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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 30, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PUBLISHED IN THE EDUCATIONAL AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF NORTH FLORIDA


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SEARS ROEBUCK :MANAGER MRELLIS. of the Talla- I II I I

hassee store presents trophy to winners of the recent II I l I

area dairy how held in Madison. Left to right they are : I s :, Y y p

,, DELBERT BLAIR, WALTER BROWN RONNIE I I Ii i

r. GUINN, CAROL HENDERSON, and BRENDA BLAIR. I!

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I ELECTION NEXT TUESDAYAn LEE NEWS I' \ NOTESSunday 1 1I I I 1I I


;n
.A' election will be held next afternoon about three I

thirty Dr Peele held
a baptism
Tuesday to determine whether the I
service -a t the Lee Methodist
rt constitutional amendment rela-

tive to reapportionment will church, to baptize Sylvia Allison I

be ratified or rejected. At the Williams\daughter of the Rev and J

same time and places the regular Mrs Zeb Williams, and Dan CarrolJr ]

RAGAS MOTOR COMPANY shows its 1960 Plymouthsand school trustee and millage election and MIchael Anthony Mauldin,. ELZIE MAY of VICKERS BIPLEMENT COMPANY ,

I Chryslers. MRS. HENRY RAGANS is seated in the will be held. Separate: tickets sons of Mind Mrs Dan Mauldm. local RAMRLER dealer, shows two models of his famous

Plymouih Fury and stands beside the Chrysler. i will be. used for the two elections.A Only a smalL. group attended this. compact car. (E-R Photo)
c I" .. .. service but.f tas'very .1 .
(E-R Pho.s, copy of the reapportionment sweet and --- -----

: .',.. !. v ,'amendment election ticket is as inspiring. Their grandparents, Mr: Points Out DrivingHazards BOB BLASTS OFF
;:1 .. BEGIN "TEACHING Bob Lay leaves today fe
Workshop Contract INTERN .. I and Mrs J H Bates, and Mr and '
r FSU students beginning eight follows. : Mrs B F Blanton quick tour of Cape Canaveral {v h
stood
at the altar
SAMPLE BALLOT of UPI ,
weeks of intern teaching are Jo a group Newsme .
with them.
TIle State Cabinet Tuesday Littleton who will teach in Eliza- SPECIAL ELECTION -
beth Ccbb Madison County, Florida Miss Annell Ragans spent the EXHIBIT IN TENT r
awarded Guardian Steel Products a Jr high! school, Tallahassee NO. 2
55,301 contract to build a workshop and Laurie DuVal, who PRECINCT NO. week end in Greenville guest of Highway Safety Director Tony

in connection with restorationof will, teach in Taylor County high PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL Miss Loise Harper.Mr Graham was guest speaker at the Those attending the North

the old Drew Mansion at Ella- School, Perry. and Mrs John Sellers and Lions' Club meeting here Tuesday Florida Fair will find the Madison
AMENDMENTMark
ville. children of Jacksonville camo Sunday and gave an interesting discussion County exhibit set up by County

In other action the Cabinet appointed Mrs T C Merchant Jr and Mrs a cross (X) in the square at for a short visit with the B F illustrated with screen pictures" of Agents Hamrick and Paulk in Tent

Henry Dorsett of Perry to I I J M DuRant are guests of Mrs the RIGHT for the Amendment or Blantcns.Mr Perception of Driving Hazards. The No. 2.

the North Florida Junior College 'Fount May Jr in Quincy while against the Amendment.CONSTITUTIONAL Bobby Whit'y of Marianna piitures showed, each, one or more
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advisory committee. there to attend:: the Presbyterial AMENDMENT unexpected driving hazards and the
spent the week end in Gainesville director would discuss with the \
meeting of Presbyterian church ARTICLE VII REPRESENTATION- Voting Places 1
and Orlando. They returned here members the best ways to handle
Mrs C E Fulton was one of the women. APPORTIONMENT
I Saturday for a overnight visit with them. Graham pointed out that headon -
Garden Club group on the trip to -x- A proposed amendment to Article
Chattahoochee 'last Thursday for Eddie Musser was among those I his parents, Mr and Mrs J B collisions were to be avoided Voting places for the election
VII of the Florida Constitution relating -
even at the November
the therapy program.x attending the Homecoming game Whitty. expense of almost any 3rd in the Madison pre
in Gainesville to apportionment in the other risk. Driving at a speed too cincts are as follows:
-- Saturday. The Rev Zeb Williams went to I
Mrs Raymond B Harris, of Jack- -?.- Senate and House of Representatives Palatka afternoon great for one to be able to stop in NO. Agricultural building.
Sunday to
sonville, arrived Tuesday for a Mr Woodrow Gibson attended the providing: (a) that the State attend the required distance or time should No. 1-A-West side of Court
I the Christian working school. an House.
several days' visit with her sister, II, football game in Gainesville Sat- shall be apportioned into forty-four emergency develop was pointed
I He returned home Thursday. out as chief: of No.
a cause accidents. 2-East
i side of Court
Mrs C H Itains urday. i senatorial: districts, that there shall 1 House.
Mr and Mrs J H Bates accompanied No. 2-A-Lesion Hall.
be only Senator for each district
." one Mrs Williams and baby SERVICES FOR WALLACE A. E. RAGANS Supervisor ot
no district shall be composed
Registratio'i.
home Saturday night. They returned ALBRITTONThe
I ot more than three counties,
: : to Spartanburg, S C, Sunday Rev Lorace Cothron and ElderV
that vacancies created the
by reap
I
afternoon. \ C Stanaland officiated at the
portionment shall be filled in the funeral Madison-Perry Trainiag
services at 3 m Tuesday j
p.
general election in November I960 The friends of Mr W V Godwin a. Midway !
Baptist Church fo
and providing terms; (b) that the I are glad that he is able! to return Wallace Albritton. who died Sur:. j t i School Starts
home from taking treatment in the Sunday
House of Representatives shall be day in a Gainesville Fla, hospital '
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Madison county hospital and is Mr and Mrs Norman Howard, Mr.:
apportioned as follows-five representatives I
doing nicely. Mellous Moore and Mrs Lorac'- The Madison-Perry
for the most populous area Methodist -
Mrs L A Lamb is having her Cothron
comprised a quartet sing- Training School I
will be held
county, four for each of the two
mother, Mrs B D Outzs, visit with ing Sweet Hour of Prayer. November 1-15 in the First Metho-
next more populous counties, three
her for a few days. Pall bearers: Messrs Franklin dist Church '
beginning
with
a.. representatives for each of the six' a
Stokes, Enoch Williams, Theo Webb program '
V I' The Halloween Carnival at the at 2:45 p m in the sanc-
{next more populous counties, two
R3)'ffiondVilliams, Amon Tuton, tuary. Courses to be studied
local school Saturday night was arC'The
representatives for each of the Ernest Terry Colin Bell, Clifford use of the Bible with Children

fourteen next more populous "just grand" in every way. The Webb Edgar Wyiiams, Tom Howard, by Mrs Buelah Dsrr.ni; Home-
pageant directed by Mrs Carolyn William Dickey: and Jordon.
counties and one representativefor Sidney end Church Working Together, by
Rowe was a great feature with all T J
Home
Beggs Jr Funeral in
each of the remaining counties; Rev Alfred Melton and the Use
the girls displaying their talents,
charge.
| of the Bible with
f (c that the first apportionmentof Young People
.. .,_ each legislative house shall bin e and holding the people spell bound.In | by the Rev John Davenport. It is
all they netted about $-100. Mrs T M Howerton has returned |( the first time that a school of this I

v. l accordance with statute designating Mr Charles Godwin was called to her home m Asheville N C. kind has been held here.

r1 ,:"'::. .;> senatorial districts and representation here last week due to the illnessof after a visit here. Rev Zeb Williams is Dean.
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in the house adopted at his father, MrV V Godwin. w -

the 1959 session of the legislature, Mrs Lulia Bell of Gainesville, also

the next apportionment of the came to.see Mr Godwin.

,1 Senate shall be at the regular Mr and Mrs Coker of Greenvilleare

ice', session of 1971. the next apportionment here making plans to move
T
A. of the House of Representatives their household goods to Greenville

shall be at the regular session where they are making their home.

in 1961 based on the 1960 FederalCensus w a -
i and decenially thereafterthe convened, the governor or the

Legislature shall reapportionits Legislature may recess the Legislature -

to! a future date or may -adjourn -
representation; (d) that shouldthe
J i the Legislature sine die; ; (e >
legislature fail to reapportionthe
that newly created counties shall
representation in the Legislature
have representative in the house

I at any regular session as required -:, and be part of such adjoining senatorial -

------z- the Governor or the Legis- district as the Legislature shall 4m
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I I lature itself shall call the Leg i determine until succeeding reap-

lature into extraordinary sessionwithin portionment.FOR

30 days after 'adjournment;

,. C. VERNON RAGANS local Studebaker dealer proudly j':after period of sixty days from THE AMENDMENT | i I JOE BEVAN of HARDEE MOTOR CO. stands besideMERCURY'S

shows spacious 1960 LARK station and 4-dr sedan.
wagon 4 date the extraordinary session is AGAINST THE AMENDMENT. I : entrant in the 1960 auto sweepstakes.

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29TH ANNIVERSARY SALE




% \ $? i LADIES LADIES MEN'S LONG AND SLEEVE BOYS'
FIRST QUALITY
p SWEATERSLUXURIOUS

NYLONS SPORT.SHIRTS '
f'' 9 + BANLON ;
t andTEXTURED
& : ORLON Flannel or wash 'n wear
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J broadcloth in popular I
r ; Top everything you own with
I ii ff our mock-fashioned Sweater-Set prints and woven plaids.
P a in the Kitten-Soft wonder yam Boys Sizes: 6 to 16
that won't stretch or shrinkdries Men's Sizes: S-M-L-XL

'Y P quickly and never pills. Our Regular $1.98 & $2.98
( ftf* I1kkT \ MISSES SIZES 34 to 40
t Sheer Full-Fashioned
OUR REGULAR 98c PR. 2 For
CARDIGANSLIPOVER



.Y \T $379 2Pair s3oo

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MEN'S S-T-R-E-T-C-H MEN'S ARGYLESOCKS MEN'S LARGE WHITEHandkerchiefs

SOCKS '. .

; $279 OUR REGULAR 69c OUR REGULAR 69c OUR REGULAR 15c EACH

2 Pre $1.00 2 Pr. $1.00 $1.00 Doz.I I

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BULKY SUPERORLON LADIES FLANNEL SUPERFORMSWEATERS

I GOW NS BRAS r:

1 SLEEVE CARDIGAN LONG SLEEVES Floating Action
MISSES SIZES S-M-L Sizes 34 to 48 2-Way StraplessOr
Or Padded
REGULAR $6.98 $2.49 VALUE
OUR REGULAR $1.00S79

sits lightly i onthe

$ $169 79t.t shoulders of thexifian


in the MellowloomsuitThere's

CHILDREN'S COTTON KNIT, :. GIRLS SCHOOLDRESSES
; ..... a great new flannel to add _.
PANTIESSizes .
fie- distinction to your wardrobe this fall. Imported f* -2-
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2 to 12 ;; MELLOWLOOM, tailored by Style.Mart,

Regular 29c WASH 'N WEAR PLAIDSGINGHAMS ... _. ,._. / is a fine WORSTED flannel
EO ChO AND PRINTS I "-' .'
t which means a more gracious drape,a
SOur $ Sizes 3 to 14
Regular $1.98 & $2.98 fineness of weave plus longer wear and
r. -'" / the ability to release wrinkles.' \


REVERSIBLE / Lc $ 79 t
WORTH $65.00 AND 75.00
JACKETSFOR ; !
'' Our Regular $40 95 & $59.95
BOYS AND GIRLS
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SIZES 3 TO 12 Regular $2.98 & $3.98

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BOY'S BEST GRADE BOYS' IVY OKLAHOMA KID
BOYS' LONG SLEEVE
IVY PANTS PANTSSanforized Western Jeans Jx
p /' SPORT SHIRTS
"BLUE BELL" 10-Oz. SANFORIZED
SIZES 6 to 16
Polished Cotton-Sizes Tapered Legs OUR REGULAR $1.39 Coarse Weave Denim

: 6 to 18 Sizes 8 to 16 Friday and Saturday Only SIZES 6 to 16

OUR REGULAR $3.98 REGULAR $298 REGULAR $1.98


$ 2 79 $150.1 39 I $129

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i DOO-DADS "' LADIES' COVERS ARMY TWILL SOCKSSTRETCH
WORK SUITS
Styles In Assorted Prints AND PRESS MIT SETS STRETCH HEEL AND TOE
SKIRTS I
OUR REGULAR $1.98 KHAKI SIZES 6 TO 10i
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1 79 r SHIRT-6-oz. twill 4 Pr. $1 00
$ Flap Pocket I
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Fine Quality Imported
BOYS'"RUGGEDOXFORDS Woven InREGULAR Italy. $1 I 59. Sizes, 14 to .17 I

All Wool Tweeds, $2.69
SIZES 22 TO 30 I
FIRST QUALITY
Sturdy Leather Uppers I OUR $4.98 TROUSERS-8.2-oz. tW.11J
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Foam-Crepe: Soles WASH CLOTH Q Re-inforced Croch
SIZES 8! to 3 and Pockets ,j
OUR REGULAR 15c Sizes 28 to 40
REGULAR $4.98 $ 3 99 $2.89 Use Your CHARGE Option PLAN :

ft 11- 9 30-days with no service

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FEATURING SENSATIONAL SAVINGS!
noun
cxace STOCK YOUR PANTRY AND SAVE AT SETZER S-FOOD FAIR p '

p JEWEL OR VEGETOLE 'LIBBY'S GARDEN PEAS 3 tag o
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7 7 SHOR NIN6 (I c tT

tat LIBBY'S VIENNA SAUSAGE 2'Ud i
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WITH $500

FOOD.ORDER TOMATO JUICE 4 A 99c .*Q.*

USB)5 TA..5TY R
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U OR COLONIAL SUGAR CURED Fruit Cocktail 4 c s

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FARMER GRAYTHICK W\ u Ja it.I 8ft.OW. N 314 39c
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WESTERN LEAN AND MlTV B REA K F A S T Rcscdclo or LI5BYS GOLDEN

PORK B A CON Sliced Halves OR peaches 3 ;;: r 79cCHOPS




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LADY FAIR Buttermilk or Sweet MilkBISCUITS FARMER GRAY FARMER GRAY FIRM i
PURE PORK SKINLESSSAUSACE RIPE TOMATOES LB. 19c
II WIENERS i Pumpkin I
: HOT OR MILD 12 Oz c
I 3 I-1b 79 PkgBEST 39f 49C 39 HeAD ,
Rolls :PIES VALUE : LETTUCE 2 FOR 29c
3 CANS 25f PSO Delicious Sit GRADEBR'FAST i
BOW>GVM \
WHITE BACON
READYOLEO ':.. 3 9< lb 29 ICED ORANGE FUDGE'CUPCAK I '
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SLICED HAMBURGER OR HOT DOG ALL PURPOSEAPPLES FLA. JUICYORANGES
CHEDDAR DAISY I I LONCHORN MAYFAIR I I CAUGHT FRESH Mullet 2 us 25' (ROLLS : 8 19t I.
CHEESE \ CHEESE I I43c Il6 I FRESH CAUGHT FLORIDA'S OWN I PLAIN OR SUGARED
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Phone Office HU 3-6481

Children's Nite-aires Ladies' Artemis Residence HU 3-6481, Madison
MADISON, FLORIDA
BEDROOM SHOES O LINGERIE
"'" FOR SALE: 100
Girls' acre farm in
Toadies and Girl'sf size 7-14 TI
Cherry Lake area. Good 3 bedroom
a ,) SKIRTS AND SWEATERSladies' Q CAR COATS house, near schools, churches and
r store. On paved road. Good
Children's dirt.
I .. latest ._ Corduroy ,r Only $13,500.
m DRESSES-COATS, I OVERALLS-DRESSES _
," Need listings on 17 small and
We Give S A H Green Stamp : medium size farms. Have prospects.

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Use Our Lay-A-Way, .. : Black Rye $3.60 '- .' .
per bu. CLIFFORD LESLIE, Pin-.
etta Florida. 9-tf-ch \

FOR SALE: Duo-Therm oil burner
7AeA1ayS4opPhone heater. Apply ROBERTS DRUG
STORE, Madison. 9-lt-ch .;

HU 3-6750 :Madison Florida
FOR SALE: Baldwin Grand piano.
Like new. Call HUnter 3-6355.
9-lt-ch
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Wayne Welter Jewelers
Pecans
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WATCH CRYSTAL \ CHERRY'S FEED STORELEE.


REPLACED! FLORIDA

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GUARANTEED LOWEST EXCLUSIVE DEALER FRANCHISEBe t .
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PRICES 7001W
your own boss, $8,000 to
$10,000 yearly profit
carry o eomplct t elec.l m ac SUC contacting
lion of all style crystals and 4t. dairymen in Madison area repre-

the y can b. fitted to yowr .: \ s senting leading dairy equipment "
watch almost immediately manufacturer. Minimum investment.
secured by inventory. Opportunity to FOR SALE
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Such rtpair it backed by ,. 'wrMOkntiaCFtttEa
our written guarantee. Ex s TOR "Do I think you'll get the house pointed own your own business. For per-
.pert service en all watch s p. tOC1ttt Cvutr>t>U. before fall? The*depends on what sonal interview write BOX E. H. S. METHODIST PARSONAGE
and ?.. wAiCM RYST+tttl. c-o The Enterprise-Recorder, Madi- BUILDINGTO
jewelry repairs. ,c < kind of foil you have in mind! son, Florida. 9-It-pd
NATIONAL SAffff COUNCIl BE MOVED FROM PRESENT
COME IN AND REGISTER FOR FREE WATCH Listen for LOCATION. LAND NOT FOR SALE
Eagle's Anni--
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Let us have your bid on or before
last minute 7 p. m., November 16, 1959.
ALL VISCOSE RUGS versary
Place bids with:

WAYNE/W.: WEGER At Eagle's specials on WMAF J B DAVIS JOHN SR.WARINGor JAMES SALE, JR..



Reg $1.00 79c COLLEGE PRESIDENT SPEAKSON MAIL TO BOX 294
COCK=-KELLV LIBRARY MADISON FLORIDAThe

$1.98 ( committee reserves the right
Reg $1.79
Guest speaker at the Rotary Club
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Madison, Florida to reject any or .all bids)
Wednesday was Dr Guy Atkinson,
Reg $7.98 $5.79 President of Norman Park College,
who spoke on the Cocke-Kelly

Memorial Library at the College
which is dedicated to preservingtwo
ideals Belief in God and the I I
TALBOTT PAINTAND Today is White TopDrivein's
RESTORATION OF DREW American Way of Life. He reported New residents at the Walker .
MANSION NEARRestoration the ground work completedon 72 x 90 Blankets Apartments on West Dade street fare
2nd Anniver the library which is named for Bill Land of Mayo, Billy Ray \]
WALLPAPER CO.AT Past National Legion CommanderEarl $3.99 j Hill, of Branford and Don Cloyceof
of the historic man- Cocke and the late Captain Perry, NFJC students. '
CASTLE PARK sary. sion home of Gov. George F Drewat Colin P Kelly. In his address the -s-
VALDOSTA GA. Ellaville is about to begin in speaker pointed out that the ideals ($5.98 Value) Mr and Mrs Wayne Coody of
earnest. On Tuesday the State the Library fosters are diametri- Maxville were guests of his mother, ,1
free parking Cabinet approved the awarding of cally opposed to Communism, and EAGLE'SMr Mrs J T Wells, and Mr Wells, .dur-
a bid by Florida Board of Parks he stated that while the leaders of ing the week end.
Rte have a complete line of Dwuskin MHS STUDENT COUNCIL SPEAKS and Historical Memorials for $3,301'|communistic China were educatedin I'

Wallpaper and 1500 colors of Paintsto for construction of a workshop and London, Paris and Berlin schoolsof Hershell Isbell, of Valdosta
select from. This week is another one of those the West, did not absorb cash for
warehouse at the mansion site to they spent this week here visiting his Highest prices
busy, and full of the usual
events Guardian Steel Products Inc. the principles of cherishing human parents, Mr and Mrs W E Isbell.
that occur annually around Oct. 31,
The rights.
Park Board also has called
plus a few extras. for bids, to be received by Nov. 3, Past District Governor of RotaryJ PecansCHERRY'S
Mr Ed Massey and children and First of all, on Thursday, Oct 29, for installation of a 300 foot well, C Gissendower of Chattahoocheewas Screens built to orderHowerton
Mr and Mrs Buster Jarvis visited the PTA presents its Annual Hallowe'en Rotarian and other
pump, tank and water system. a visiting ; FEED STORE
Mrs :Massey at Baptist Memorial Carnival.On The 1959 Legislature appropriated guests were Dr Lee Henderson; Co. ; I
Hospital in Jacksonville Sunday. Friday, October 30, Madison $2b,500 over the next two years for and Mr Lee Turner, both of Tallahassee Supply LEE, FLORIDA
Mr Harold Bland also visited Mrs \s Lowndes County High School. restoration purposes. A $15,000 appropriation ; and Messrs C P Kelly and
Massey Monday. Friends will be Support the team by seeing the provided by the 1957 Bobby Williams of Madison. Four
glad to know she is improving. game and making our .football Legislature was lost when the bien- Seniors of MHS who were guests
boys feel that we are for them nium ended June 30. were Buddy Ragans, Charles Arm-
one hundred *per cent. Following, The mansion is approximately 18 strong, Randell Buchanan and
Navaco aluminum the Junior Class will sponsor a miles east of Madison on U S' 90 Freddy Hicks. t
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dance "Hallowe'en Hide-away. near the Suwannee River Park. I .
S All in all, this is an extremely What makes it important is that itI : -. -: 'n __ __ :
jalousies busy week but we are enjoying i it I I f.
was a social and political center in l

Howerton Supply Co. I -aren't Carmen we Buckhalt? Corresponding the petbagger Democratic government overthrow after of car-the Smith-Corona adding! r 1

Secretary MHS Student Council. Civil War.A .
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WIN $25 PRIZE block Wednesday minor on south on accident the Range third about street business noon involved !and cash registers.

a 1949 Chevrolet sedan All -WeatherOnly
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driven by Mrs J J Newman: and a
1957 Convertible driven by Mr
Bill Walker. In backing out into : Enterprise-Recorder
the traffice lane, the Chevrolet was I
struck by the Convertible headod I
0 l1rValker's -', 6,70 x 15 tube.
south. Approximate damage to - -- typ
'_ -""..- ,__ n.' ,' _,j at plus tax andrecappable
\ car was $150, and to _" _.. I tire
Mrs Newman's $15. No one was
I hurt and no charges were made. I Mrs Walter Williams spent last I
I week at Longwood, Fla, with her Size 6.00,1 Sts older Size 10,15 ft s most Size 7.60,15 Sts many
models of Plymouth, pre,1957 modes
sister-in-law, Mrs Hubert Rowe, I Fad, Ooevro/et/ Nash, Dodge, IvKk, Nosh of, Chrysler recent,DeSoto mod.ls,8uick of,
I r HEARTH ACHES while visiting her brother, Mr I Studebaker e Olds Hudson,Mercury,Pontiac, Olds,Hudson Mercury.
I I Rowevho is a patient at Orange I Packard
I .l :i Memorial hospital, Orlando, under $ 195 485 $1625

i treatment for fractures for his feet
1 : and ankles sustained in an 85 ft blackwall tube-type
plus tax and recappable tire
: fall from a scaffolding while at
3 I work. Mr Rowe is now able to be
: up and about the hospital on GOOOJiE4RMORE
j crutches. She also visited with her

By naming the new and exclusive dining room and lounge niece Fay Rowe little seven
at the CHUCK WAGON This room will be open Friday, I I months' old daughter, of Mr and PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND
Mrs Rowe, who is seriously ill at
October 30th.
Fx, Seminole Memorial Hospital, San-

1 Write your selection of a name, put in an envelope, and YELLOW PINE

: leave at the Chuck Wagon Winner will be announced 714ctJI forToday
, November 15th. is White lopDriveIn's .
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Open 6 P. M. Til? Never a cover charge-Minimum $1.50 TRUCK STOP
"I 1 wish you'd speak to Junior. 2nd Anniver-

CHICKEN I're told him a dozen times to
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r specials on WMAF,

:We Buy in Small or Large Quantities at Top Prices Court

HILLCREST DAIRY BAR

Try some of our Ga. Red Sweet PotatoesJust Cleo Pulens-Jr, no valid driver's ENTERED BY THIEVESThe PIANOS

license, $25 or thirty days. Hillcrest Dairy Bar at Madi- _
a Little Better By The Lb. or Bushel Bonds
estreateas follows J B
: son West End was entered some
New And Used
Day, Sid Dabos, Janie Freeman, R '
time Sunday night and the juke
CABBAGE AND ONION PLANTSONION B Haynes, Harold Hicks, Dickson
W box broken open and $25.00, ap-
Milligan, Willie Lee Sullivan Jr,
Lloyd Harold Johnson, Dennis Mar- proximately, stolen. The thief or BEAUTIFUL NEW SPINET PIANOS
SETS FRESH GARDEN SEED tin, Issac Edward Taylor, Loren thieves tried to force open the Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry FinishesAS

Alvis Woods, Jack Cherry, AdolphT cigarette machine, but failed. The
See us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT- Estel Jr, Jack Herbert Price, theft was discovered about 7:30 LITTLE AS $4.50 PER WEEK ;.

James J.IVea'er, Sammy Lee am Monday. AFTER SMALL DOWN PAYMEN!
VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDSJ.LSURLES&SONS Franklin, Robert R Gibbs, Ann Lee
Sheriff Moore said Vcnson B
Cabe, Willie McCray, Eugene Ty- Just Received a Shipment of
Watson, white, age 30, was appre
son, Walter Wallace Lockstead, CLEAN, RECONDITIONED PRACTICE PIANOS:
hended
Charles William Mynard, Russel early Monday morning attempting -
Leon Treptow, Nicholas Joseph to get a stalled old model Guaranteed Reasonable Terms

Tucci, Rosa Lee Randall, Richard I Chevrolet station wagon started,
Arthur Harris, Tom Watson Allen across the street in front of Hill-
108 S. Horry, Phone HU 3-2395, Madison Fla. MATHIS&YOUMANSCO."Everything
Jr. Charles Clifton Floyd, Columbus crest. The man was taken up on .
Givens, Isiah Humphrey, William a drunkenness charge, and is held

...," ............ ................................ ...,...,............ .................... Pearson Tuten, Franklin D pending report of finger print in- in :Music Since 1907"
-- -- Yarbrough, David Ray Ragans, vestigation. CASTLE PARK, VALDOSTA, GA. PHONE CH 4-2813
JI1IIMIIM... Louis Alden Stannard, Ralph LoernGrunwaldt
72 90 Blankets
x Harry Marion Herbert,

October SpecialsAT $5.98 Value Lee Jackson, Jessie Eugene Medley Highest cash prices for J
Clara McDonald, Lonne Thomp- FOX GO-BOY CARTS ALL VISCOSE RUGS
$3.99EAGLE'S kins, Otto Doyle Copeland, HowardI
Fullwood, James Lewis, Tye Massey Pecans HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. At Eagle'sReg
Carl Lambert Meyer, ClintonT
Shearer, Charles Deleve Short,
Thigpen'sGulf CHERRY'S FEED STORELEE
Osby Thomas, Elmer Braxton Milli- Mr and Mrs Burch Cornelius and $1.00 79cson

UNICEF DRIVE gan, Amos Alan Stevens, Willie FLORIDA Bill spent the week end at
Service Weatherspoon, Wayne E Carpenter, Winter Park visiting their daughter $1.98
The young people of the Methodist Rosa Clark, Simp Johnson, Edward Catherineho is a freshman Reg $1.79
On U S 90 :Madison, Florida Youth Fellowship will be con- Serrano M D, William Earl StovallJr FATHER PASSES IN at Rollins College.

HU 3-9942 ducting a drive for the children of John Walter, Tylon Clyde Johnson JACKSONVILLEHomer Reg $7.98 $5.79
J B DeLaughter, Troy C
CAR LUBRICATION . 75c the world on Halloween instead of .I Maddox, McKinley Cheshire Jr,' D Jones, of Jacksonville, See Eagle's big anniversary -
, tricking and treating. I John Galuszka, William A Howell, died suddenly Thursday morningof Sen and Mrs Turner Davis were
UNICEF is the United Nations Edward J 1 the Legislators and their
BATTERY CHARGE 50c Marsh, Elizabeth Ann a heart attack, at his home. He among
International ;ChiTdrenT Emergency Roberts, John Henderson (and i ad two wives attending Homecoming at
,00 was the father of Mrs C Vernon on
TIRE. REPAIR . . 50c Fund. All monies that the; young capias ordered issued), John A page University of Florida during the
Ragans, of this city and a for- weekend.
Henderson and ordered
( capias
people collect on Halloween will go
CAR WASH . .. . 75c for giving milk and other foods to issued), James Walter Flinchum, mer Madisonian. Precisionware Kitchen Cabinets G-E Electric Ranges
Oscar James Moore, James Brown, Survivors are his wife: one son,
Come in today. See how good underprivileged children around the Edwin Bert Miller, James Delbert Alvin Jones, of Gainesville; and HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. t
world. In some areas of the world
our service really is Gary, James Langford Wilcox, three daughters, Mrs Ragans and
this money is used to give shots
Issac Arnold Jr (2)), John Henry Mrs Steve Sheffield, of Madison

...IIdII... for fore,prevention when these of young disease.people There-of 'ordered Jones, Lee issued Barfield, Ivan(and:Glenwood capias and Mrs. Ray L Williams, of Jacksonville BIG CERTIFIED SEED BAG

COODYCARTERMr the Methodist Church knock on I Stacy (and capias ordered issued),
your door, be assured that the James Brown (and capias ordered Mr and Mrs Ragans went to
money is to be spent wisely andwell. issued), James Robinson, William be with the family and to attend GUESSING CONTEST!
and Mrs Jim Carter of Max.
You will know these Metho- Alfred Zipperer. funeral services.

yule their, Fla.daughter announce Bernice the to marriageof dist young people by their armbands James Allen Simmons, assault THE BIGGEST BAG OF CERTIFIED SEEDIN
WayneA
and battery,
Coody, son of Mrs J T Wellof swill and identification them'' workers tags which for Frank Wilson sentence, drunkenness withheld.and Today is White TopDriveIn's THE WORLD!
identify as
Madison and the late J A Coody, open profanity, $25 or thirty dayson
UNICEF. GUESS ITS WEIGHT AND WIN A PRIZE
on October 23rd in Green Cot* first count, sentence withheldon
Springs.Mr Co Chairman for this event are second count. 2nd Anniver-

Dolores Wadkins and Johnny Plant. Hardy Cambric, drunkenness, $25or *
Coody is with the State Road QUALITY *
" Nancy Hamilton is president of the thirty days.
Department, located in Maxville,
Margaret Myers Wvant, driving
where he and his bride plan to group. without license, Sentence withheld i';,sary.

!f build a home.Today 11 as: defendant presented valid out !
I of state driver's
licence. Paul Jackson! drunkenness $25:;
t is White Top WELL DRILLING I thirty J C days.William Hutto. drunken-ess, $:5 or or thirty da).

Allen B Keene, selling beer on
t Drive-in's 2d Anniver AND REPAIRING Robert Harrell, speeding Sunday, $100 or three months.
LITTLETON WELL DRILLERSR $25 or thirty days. Xorrel Winston Truluck, speeding,
K C Washington, CPA
driving while
i 2, Madison, Fla sentence withheld.
sary. license revoked. $2:> fine and todays n John Henry Mathis, driving on
i in jail, and in default of payment wrong side of road, continued for
, of fine, an additional ten day's. term.
I John W Currie, worthless check,
Edward Brown, speeding, bond
entered plea of nolo .
centendere.Lonnie
cstreature set aside and defendant
Pickles, driving without sentenced to fine of $25 or thirty
Ir I license, sentence withheld. days. Also, driving while intoxicated

r FUEL MORE FUEL or Jessie thirty James days.; Lane, speeding, $25 and ,defendant bond estreature sentenced set to aside fine MARKETING PURCHASING

, Harding Warren Sheffield, driving of $100 or sixty days anddriver's Qt
on wrong side of roadway. $2:) license revoked for three tJKe
t
or thirty days. months.

George Branch Freeman Sr, Lee Barfield,
tI driving while licensere'oked. INSTRUCTIONS:
I reckless driving (willful and wan .
Bond estreature set aside,
GASOLINE e KEROSENE Q TRACTOR FUEL ton), $50 or ninety days, to run and defendant sentenced to fine I Go by your local Cooperative Service Agency and:

!1 9 DIESEL FUEL FOR HOME AND TRACTOR USE' concurrently sentence. with Circuit Court of $25 and ten days in jail, and in 1. Guess the weight of the bag of seed to the nearest 3i poa iu2.
default of payment of said fine, i 2. Enteru: guess on one of the blank cards along with your
i Julia Mae McDonald, possessionof an additional ten days. name and address and drop card in box. -

We are equipped to give you Quick Service. L H THUR- moonshine approximately whiskey one and home gallon brew of, proper Leonard turn,Hoyt continued Thurman for term.James .im II 3. In fecky the winners..event of ties, a drawing will be held to determine


MAN and OTIS BROWN are standing by for your service $100 Charlie or four Mae months.Dobson, possessionof verdict of Owen not McMulIen guilty. speeding'l 4. You do not have to be present at weighing to win. i.

less than one gallon of moon
Samuel Thomas,
shine NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER CONTEST
whiskey, $100 or four months. intoxicating liquors, $25 or sixty

Also shine unlawful whiskey, $100 possession or four of months.moon days.J .P Tomlinson, worthless check, Weighing and Prize Awarding Saturday

Ferrell Dave Thomas, driving i sentence withheld.

J.B. ALLIS-CHALMERS TRACTORS without Chesterfield docket.license Griffin, placed, drunkenness upon absentee ,I held.sixty Lester daysin Register jail,, sentence drunkenness with-, OCTOBER: 31st AT 4:00: P M.

'.. $25 or thirty days. Also, assault
Itv c. (Continued next week)
and battery, placed on absentee Wevill buy your Pecans in any quantity
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docket. COME IN AND ENTER THE CONTEST
SHELL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Liberia Waters, unlawful sale of Listen for Eagle's Anniversary
intoxicating liquors and unlawful
I possession of intoxicating liquors'
last minute FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE
. with intent to sell in Madison : ._ _.
'. -- County, Fla. $100 or four monthson

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Take Your Coffee Break i
ad on two. at 1
page Mr and Mrs A L Davis and

family of St. Augustine were visiting -
\VOODAI1D SHOW NEW AD COPY THERAPY TRIP Mr and Mrs W A Davis dur-
Saturday, October 31 I ing the week end. TOWNE SQUARE INNTIMES j
DOUBLE FEATURE
II The Madison Garden Club's Annual Mrs Idell Tuten and daughter
MAN OF THE WEST, in cinema- Edna and Mr and Mrs
Cary Tuten
I Therapy trip to the State
Scope and DeLuxe color, starring I II SQUARE CORNER OF MADISON \
of Madison
baby
Hospital took place last Thursday and were visiting
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whole Gary Cooper life could Julie be destroyed London. His unless MADISON I'I' with about twenty club members, :Mrs Lula Odom here Sunday after ENJOY OUR BUSINESS NOON HOUR 1
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and ten entertainers making the
he worked fast. A noon.Mr
crazed
DRIVEINTHEATREOpen '.. and Mrs Marcus Morrison
killer held the power of life or trip.Mrs Sunday with Mrs Luncheon Specials
spent Morrison's 1
death in his hands. every night Children under 12 Leila M Gibson, and Mrs S
I mother in Boston, Ga.
(in cars always free. II Moore, presented the program
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WOLF LAUSEN, starring Barry 1 assisted by Mrs R H Rowe. Mrs Mary Warren of St. Augustine !
Sullivan Peter Graves Gita Hall. BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30. P. M. : Mrs James Groover of the is visiting Mrs ,Jonie Meeks NFJC STUDENTS ARE HERE! \

Jack London's famous story hits the SHOW STARTS 7:00 f, Camellia Circle displaced] a. lovely) and' other relatives] here. .. ..-: -. I
screen with impact and rough i PROGRAM ". I arrangement of daisy-chrysanthe 3Irs Jeanette Martin spent a -. | They enjoy our exclusive dining room i
;;; portion of last week here with her .
adventure. They hated him-.but mums. .* Morning Noon
couldn't kill him. Romance and Friday &. Saturday, October 30, 31 I Seven members of LaMoynesDancing : grandmother, Mrs Lula Odom. Night <,
the School with Mrs Albert Pine Grove WMU will meet in Phone HU 3-9731 j
mutiny on high seas. Cartoon. DOUBLE FEATURE Madison, Florida ,
Coody accompanist, gave a delightful the 'home of Mrs E L Gurr Thurs- .
Sunday-Monday, November 1, 2 -GUNMEN FROM LAREDOand program. Giving; solo and ballet day, Nov. 5, at 2:30. # ,

HERCULES, in Eastman color. ',1" features were Terry Ragans, June
starring Steve Reeves, Sylva Kos- and Johnny Gibson, Becky Davis, FIRST BETHLEHEM Miss Catherine Sutton returned
'
HARRY BLACK AND THE 72 90 Blankets I
cina. Immense and immortal was Peggy Clark and Fran Bishop. MISSIONARY BAPTIST Sunday night from Jacksonville I x
Hercules strength-Lake the world TIGER. Bonnie Hamilton sang several ASSOCIATION where she spent several days with
and the gods to whom he belonged.The her sister, Mrs Edward Massey, of I
Sun-Mon-Tues November 1, 2, 3 selections! with accompaniment by 1 $3.99 ,
most fabulous figure in all THAT NAUGHTY GIRL (Technicolor her mother, Mrs Marshall Hamil The 92nd Annual Session of the Cherry Lake. Mrs Massey is a
mythology played by Steve Reeves, Brigett Bordot. T ton. Cookies and punch were First Bethlehem] Missionary Bap- patient at Baptist Memorial Hospital i
"Mr Universe" in a role which 'j served to 325 patients. tist Association was held with the ) following surgery for a hip ($5.98VaIue)
November 4, 5 fracture sustained in automobile i
takes advantage of his strength and Wed-Thurs, Club members making the trip New Shiloh Missionary Baptist an
courage. Cartoon.Tuesda'yWednesday. DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs Leila M Gibson, Mrs S accident Tuesday night of last week. EAGLE'SMrs
were Church Oct 6 through Oct 11.
HIGH SCHOOL BIG SHOTT I Friends will be glad to learn that f I II
H Moore Mrs R H Rowe, Mrs Van Rev J C Miller is pastor.
November 3, 4 BIRD GANG. Mrs Massey's condition is satis
THE LAST HURRAH, starring II Priest Mrs L C Glass, Mrs A This was the greatest session of
Spencer Tracy, Dianne Foster. A COUNTY RANKS HIGH IN H Hemphill Mrs M Wooley}', Mrs all times. The spirit ran high and j factory.'C J M Pafford had as her
fast-disappearing political era in its COLLEGE ENROLLMENT J G Ashley, Mrs J A Davis, Mrs the election of officers was good Ga- -- guest several) days the past week
joyous last hurrah. Everybodyloved John Dovjak, Mrs Mack Primm and spirit-filled. Mrs Joe of West Palm f her brother, Mr Carl D Smith of

Skeffington, and he loved a Figures compiled by the State Mrs BenS Waring, Mrs J C Burn- Officers are as follows)] : Rev J F Beach arrived Tuesday on a week's Ft Lauderdale. Miss Josie Smith of
good fight. Cartoon.ThursdayFriday Department of Education show ette, M' s Jack Wade, Mrs Turner Mjers, Madison Moderator; RevR visit with her mother Mrs 'Marie I Tallahassee joined her brother and
that more students in the white Davis, Mrs Marshall Hamilton, Mrs Junious, Monticello, 1st Vice- Wadsworth. sister here for a week end visit. I

.November 5, 6 schools in Madison county entered Thomas Bouland and Mrs James Moderator; Rev A E Isaac, Quincy, -x- -x- {
Mr and Mrs Bill Smith were Mr and Mrs Cecil Sullivan and
DOUBLE FEATURE Groover.CIRCUITKOURT. I
their first term in college in the. 2nd Vice-Moderator; Rev E S Gar-
week end guests of Mr Horace son Billy the week end in
THE WILD AND THE INNOCENT ret, Tallahassee, Recording Secre- spent
fall of 1958 than graduated from Zetrouer in Gainesville while there I Gainesville) the football l
in cinemaScope and East tary; Rev F R Irvine, Madison, attending
man color, starring Audie Murphy. high school in June of that year. Corresponding Secretary; Rev D H for the football game. i game and other festivities.

Joanne Dru, Sandra Dee. Small- As a general thing many students Haney, Madison. Treasurer; RevC
town boy meets dance hall girl. I discontinue their schooling.'after K Steele Tallahassee, Bible Er-
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See what happened when he made graduating from high school; I In the condemnation suit of positor; Rev S R Bright, Tallahassee -I

ha first visit to the big city. The however, in the cases of Manatee I.. State Road Department and Madi- chairman of the Executive WINTERLHEAjrnGVPROBLEMS

adventure of two young innocents county, which ranked highest, in I I son County vs GV Lewis et al, Board.

when the west was young. the state and Madison county, I\he jury last Wednesday made The business was dispatchedwith

SHAKE, RATTLE AND ROCK, which ranked next highest, there I I the following awards: speed and precision and the

starring Touch Connors, Lisa Gaje. were more first year college students -.GV Lewis and wife ........ $6399.00 program closed the second Sunday
.I i Bertie Knowles and husband.... night. Everyone departed filled
M -
Fats Domino with a good supporting than high school graduates. .
with the spirit of brotherly love. FOI'L
I
cast of top talents. The bop- Quite probably the establishment 'I 10,000.00
Rev J F Myers, ModeratorRev
pmgest jam session you've ever.of the North Florida Junior College i Audrey T Aman and wife $2843.40 -. SAFTV Wi.WLUL
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seen. Cartoon had do with I:!!J E Aman and wife ........ $2180.00'Henry F Irvine, Cor Secretaryypd
here much to '
j advLW ,
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I Madison County's high enrollment.The I' C Lewis Jr and wife $7000.001' I audWARM1

NEW PHARMACIST AT figures show Manatee county' Edna Nevvberne. Bryan .... $8:;53.00 i _

ROBERTS DRUG STORES I with a 117.53 f/r enrollment in 1958: 'I Edna Newberne Bryan ........ $75.00 I II E Isbell, pharmacist at
r Rcberts Drug Store, is retiring to
Sherrod and wife ..$3760.00 N--
Madison with 102.38, Pinellas Harry
I reside in Valdosta He has been
Ray Leach, of Pompano Beach, with 85.72: %, and thesefollowed I Harry Sherrod and wife.... $3500.00 connected local

is the new pharmacist at Roberts by Palm Beach, St Johns, Dade ,Bessie G Hornesby ....--...... 114.00 with the Mr pharmacyfor and Mrs
about :c\en
Diug Store filling the vacancy Putnam, Escambia, Santa Rosa I Bessie G Hornesby ........ $2500.00 Isbell will leave years the last of this "Wheather" it be Gas or Oil contralized and cooling
made by the retirement ofV E
I Richter and wife$700.00 systems combination.
Arthur
Sarasota and on down the line of \\eek.
Isbell, Mrs Leach and small daughter Clara Belle Hornesby ........ 410.00Audrey -x- !
will arrive shortly to join Mr counties. j I'Ve also represent the World's largest manufacturer of
T Aman and wife $200.00
Leach Mrs Robert Lay, president of the j Heat Pumps which is the TYPHOON HEAT PUMP,

UNICEF DRIVE I Also above$50 plus items 10rfto for attorney's each of I Junior Woman's Club, Mrs Peter i heating in the winter and cooling in the summer, all in
Mrs Frank Fleming of Abbeville, the Shea, Mrs Al Fiori and lJrsV T | one unit.
S C, was the guest last Wednesdayof The Youth of the Firss Metho- fees.Case Holton] Jr, attended the Annual
Mrs J J Newman. Mrs Fleming, dist Church invite the young peopleof of J B Tindell. et al, plain Fall meeting of District 3 FFVVC in I

the former Miss Lois Linder, was I the community to join in the tiffs, vs Leon Westerhouse, defendant Monticello Thursday. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORECALL
a resident of Madison thirty years United Nations International Chil.dren's damages $10,000.00. First ----- ---- ------

I defense stated in defendant'sanswer See anniver-
Emergency Fund Drive Eagle'ssary big HU 3-2385: FOR FREE ESTIMATE
a&o.ALL which will start Methodist Fellowship denied.

t VISCOSE RUGS I Saturday Building Oct 31. at 8:00 p m vs James A C Saunders Ashle and McCall Julian, plaintiff Moore,,\ ad on page two. J. J. SALE, JR., Owner :Madison\ Florida

defendants. Dismissed with preju- -
At I
: Eagle'sReg Mrs J P Johnson, Miss Alice Sims, dice to plaintiff. -
and Mrs Edith Bevan, of Tallahassee MEET THE FIRST ONE

: $1.00 79c spent last week in North
Carolina, South Carolina and Vir- COUNTYCOURTEmma
TO RAISE THE ROOF
ginia. They visited Asheville and .
; Reg $1.98 $1.79 Highlands, N C, Richmond and -
Jean Bevel), drunkenness,
homes in the
scenic plantation .
Reg $7.98 $5.79 I Jamestown vicinity;, and Charleston, $25 or thirty days.
S. C. J P Suggs. unlawful sale of intoxicating LOVE THAT flJBUDEBAKER

I liquors in Madison

County, Fla, $100 or four months; .
Here's dimension in convertibles-exclusive. of
Intoxicatin lour new only one
of
also, possession
.. HUNTING SEASONOPENS liquors with intent to sell in Madi its kind-newest, nattiest, neatest vet! >" Small enough for alert easy

son County, Fla, sentence withheld maneuveragilitv; full fi\e passenger seating capacity; loads of trunk room 1

SOON Lougene Mayhue, drunkenness ,, Gay, new, tasteful styling, unique design-and solidly built to deliver

$25 or thirty days; also, resisting top dependability Power it with the stepped-up economy six engineor

BUY YOUR HUNTING NEEDS HERE! officer without violence to persor The Lark V-8 (most economical eight in last Mobilgas Economy Run)

of officer, $50 or sixty days. and have the looks of the < Smart
}ou performance as pert as car sensible
Bernice Cooks, driving without t spirited-sturdy ? This is the one you've got to see and try this
Camouflage Suits license, $25 or thirty da>'s.
}ear. Do it nowOt! CHOICE OF SIX STUNNING STM.ESPROXENBY
Cornelius Cooks, permitting unauthorized

? Hunting Jackets person to drive, $25 01 r 750 MILLION OWXR.DRI"LIILES..

N thirty days. .....
CONVERTietE SHOWN $2621 $-f Q7fi Trs.sponata. rod t- wane an4
Hunting Boots James Carl Campbell, possessing SEDANS PRICES START AT IUI U ass ctt-er at'u P'.,ntr labe'ed en every car

cancelled driver's license sentence

T Hunting Vests ithheld.

I ;; Hercules Campbell, possessing can
!
; (J1jf Hunting Bags celled driver's license sentence

withheld.
I Game Carriers Arthur Edwards, driving whilelicense arr w

revoked $25 and ten days:I .
g -a Shell BeltsHunting
: ol f i.
in jail; in default of payment I

fine, an additional ten days. i I ti
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Shells, Cartridges LAND DEALSRoy .


11 Shot Guns, Rifles :
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Davis to J B Davis, un -

.- Hunting Packs divided interest in Lots 4 and 5

I I 1 Blk 23, Greenville Investment Cc>>
' Shot Gun Cases l
.- lands in Town of Greenville les:;
'I = i
-....;. 3 Boot Sox parts sold to Orvis Day. ii i
I I Madison Industries to Thoma!: i See it now-at YOUR STtDEBAKER DEALER'S
I Calvin Stout, individually and a-s I

trustee, the property known as th e
I Southern Salvage Co. furniture factory inVest Madison

I C. VERNON HAGANS

ARMY-NAVY GOODS- (PAWN SHOP) Miss Billie Jean Coody wa!s

taken back to Tallahassee Memorial -
i" VALDOSTA, GEORGIA 111 SOUTH ASHLEY fIT.I Hospital Wednesday; for furthei

i LI days treatment at ,home.after spending severa 1 Cor. Bade and Buval Streets Madison, Florida

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I Ii G-E Appliances Cemetery Cleaning Mrs her A bridge H Armstrong club Thursday was hostessto afternoon. '54 Ford 2-door $495 i

FARM MACHINERYAUCTION Arrangements of Queen Anne'slace

i- i Howerton Supply Co.TES AT EBENEZER and the daisy-chrysanthemums living room where decorated two-i: HARDEE MOTOR CO

Thursday Nov. 5th. there will bea I
tables of players enjoyed threeoppressions.
) IN GAINESVILLE cemetery cleaning at Ebene2C-i:: When scores were
cemetery in Hamburg. All welcome '' Billie Beggs of Emory University
IOSPITAL totaled the club prize went to Mrs
Come prepared to spend the day! i spent the weekend here. ;
S W S Cooper Sr, and theisitor's
9-lt-pJ prize to Mrs James Conway.x .
OWNER: Mr. Dayton Exeretts, Valdosta, Ga Wallace Albritton, age 33. of Lee, \Y1NG-HINMAN MARRIAGE listen
for Anni--
Led: Eagle's
'. TIME: Saturday October 31st, 10:00 A. M. Sunday afternoon in a Gaines- -x-
rue, Fla, Hospital. He was a life- ANNOUNCEDMr and Mrs John Maultsby, new-
PLACE Sale On Premises
: I ongr citizen of Madison County, residents here were welcomed as last minute
( Listed are some of the pieces of machinery to be sold: Inter- End a member of the Midway Bap- and Mrs Ralph H Hinman Jr. new members of the First Methodic versary

national Farmall M. Tractor, ((1952), International Farmall II. t ist church. I of 67CO West 13th Avenue Hialeah l church Sunday morning. Mr I

3 point hitch with cultivators, planters, fertilizer attachment and Survivors are his wife, one daugher Fia. have announced the marriage I JIauItby is connected with Florida I specials on WMAF

spare parts. International Farmall 140 Tractor (1959) with 3 1 Emma Letreal two sons, An- of their daughter, Frances Kathyrn, I Pl>woods at Greenville.

r point hitch, fertilizer attachment and cultivators, 16" International ;el and Paul Albritton all of Lee; to Albert SaJr'wardVing Jr, son of m .

3 bottom turning plow (Hydraulic Control, T Tandem Disc, t hree brothers Acie, of Callahan, Mr and Mrs Albert Say'rsard Wing '
International 45 T Baler and rake International 2 row mounted then, of Tampa, and Olen of Lee; of Ocala Florida. The wedding I

Corn Snapper, 1 Hammer Mill (Power take off), 6 Disc Tiller, t wo sisters, Miss Goldie Albritton, took place Tuesday, September
if Lee, and Mrs Christine Jenkins twenty-second in Miami I rntl
! 2 trailers (4 wheel), 1 Trailer (2 wheel, T mowing machine,
it' Green Cove Springs. Also sur- Mrs Wing is a graduate of Miami -
1959: Chev. Vz ton pickup V-8 less than 10,000 miles 100 ton ,
riving are five uncles, Walter i Senior High School, and of f
Coastal Bermuda Hay and many other items too numerous to ;rown, of Lee, John Brown of Barry College with the degree of \ r

mention. l rtayo, Joe Albritton of Madison, Bachelor of Liberal Arts and is a

r You set the price. TERMS, Cash. Johnny Albritton of Perry and I member of the National Thespian I

This equipment is in top condition. :May be inspected at Ulen Powell of Thomasville; and : Society.Mr .
Dayton Everetts' Farm. t,hree aunts, Mrs Mary Sheppard of Wing is k graduate of Lake You won't ;7
'J r I Gainesville, Mrs Ethel Wilcox of Wales High School, where he was a
t Clearwater and Mrs Ivy Tracy of member of the Key Club. He attended -
.
HUGHES REAL ESTATE I Ir Jrlando. the University of Florida believe it. (
Funeral services were held at for two years, and the Universityof
I! p. m. Tuesday in the Midway I Oklahoma one year, and was
& AUCTION COMPANY kiptist church. Interment was in I graduated from Florida Southern until it's on

l Kidway cemetery with the T J i College Lakeland, in June 1959
VALDOSTA, GEORGIA 1 3eggs Jr Funeral Home in charge. with B S degree. He is a memberof your foot !

Kappa Alpha Order.
Telephone CH 2-5744 204 East Hill Ave.
Mr Wing is the grandson of Mr
'March Of Dimeseeting Wecouldn't
and Mrs Albert W Vann of Madi-
son. begin

'57 Ford 2-door $1395 ALL VISCOSE RUGS I IEagle's to describe the comfort.

TWO WOMEN KILLED IN
built right Into this -
HARDEE MOTOR CO.IIOSPll'AL At CRASH AT BUCKVILLEMrs
Mr and Mrs Charles Knox will smartly tailored, medium
[eave this morning for New Orleans::
Hazel H Purvis, 48, of Tal- heeled pump.Soft
to attend
Reg $1.00 79c the Southeastern Regional
NEWS\ Pre-campaign meeting for the New lahassee and Miss Carol Lombard, and flexible with

1960 March of Dimes. Mrs Knoxis 13, of Blloxi, Miss, were killed Naturazerfscombination!(
Reg $1.98 $1.79 Chapter Chairman of the Madi- Sunday at Buckvijle when a tractor-
truck the last
trailer ran stop sign
Admitted: Mrs Arrie Belle ron County Chapter and will be

Daughtry, Mrs Ethel Revels Walter Reg $7.98 5.79 Campaign Director of the 1969 there into and the the side Purvis of the car truck.skidded that Insures

Godwin, Mrs Hazel Latner, March of Dimes here. heel-huggin3.
Mrs Purvis' husband also in the
Frank Hanson Mrs Eddie Bunt- The new program has broadenedto '
car, was only slightly hurt. toe free fit. .
include all crippling diseases
Mrs Louise S P
ing. Davenport Gunter Retires
rem. Willard D Picklesimer, 37, of
H'ndryV B Wynn Miss Arminta such; as birth defects, arthritis and SIZES 4J,4 TO 10
Tampa, driver of the truck, was
DeLoach, Mrs Nellie Moore. Dawson [polio. charged with running a stop sign AAAA TO B
VA With 35 Years
Rutherford Henry Thompson, and improper driver's license.
Mrs Mary Bell, Mrs |VIary E MRS MARGARET STEWARTMrs

Hitchcock, Mrs Maxine Albritton, Servicefrom CHATTAHOOCHEE
Mrs Christine Smith Margaret Agnes Stewart, 64, I
Discharged: John Henry King, widow of James B Stewart, a I $13.95
Jimmy Stewart, Ronnie Anderson former senator of Nassau County, Chattahoochee's football team
( Lake City Reporter)
Sharon Howard, Mrs Ethel Revel I died last Thursday at her home at won an easy victory over Green- Black Calf
Hubert Gunter e
E was born in
I Frank Hanson transferred to E'ernandina Beach. She was the ville High in Greenville last Friday -
Canton, Georgia. He moved to Lake Black !
of 32 7. Halfback Shelby Sue e
Gainesville hospital, Mrs Hazel mother of Mrs Byron McNallv night to
in and ,
City 1923. has resided here
Latner : and oaby. Walter Godwin, Tampa, daughter-in-law of Mrs T racked up twenty points for the
since that time. In February of
TVinn__n___. Rutherford. Mrs ArriePaughtry 1S25: he became associated with C McNally of Madison.St winners, with Bevis and Bartlett
: Henry Thompson, S P adding the other twelve. Leaven-
the VA Hospital and has worked
llendry. Baby Boy Bell transferredto Mary's Episcopal church hada worth made Greenville's lone touch-
here
continuously since that date
Gainesville hospital. parish supper last Thursday2ening down following a 67-jard drive
a until his retirement.
recent For
BABY LATNER in the Parish House dining and Kaney kicked the extra point. MISS AMERICA SHOP
the last 15 years he has been a
Mrs' Bobby A bountiful covered dish
Born to Mr and Nursing Assistant in the Operatin room.
Latner of Madison, Fla a baby boy Suite. menu was served the congregation Miss Anne Folsom of FSl' wasa : Ql T IAN. GEORGIA
Oct. 22. He weighed 9 lbs and 5 Dr J B Brirson Jr, via1a VIsitor. week end visitor here
Mr Gunter stated that he has
o?:. assisted in thousands of operations
BABY ALBRITTONMr or all kinds. He stated that one
and Mrs Olen Albritton of operation lasted for 11 hours, in
Ice. Fla announce the birth of a which 40 pints of blood were con-
son. Oct 26. He weighed 9 Ibs. sumed in the procedure. One of

BABY BELL his jobs was to see that surgical
Born to Mr and Mrs Vernon
instruments were sterile and in
Foil of Lee, Fla, a baby boy Oct order. He states that if one could
26. He weighed 9 lbs and 1 oz. stretch these instruments that he

COLORED PATIENTS had handled during the period of 1 ii)-P( BEDROOM GROUP
Admitted: Evelyn White, Bertha service in a straight line they 1

Woodson. Fred Montine. Jesse Aiken. just might reach almost around 1,. nREERlIRROR:: :
Discharged: Lula Scott, Evelyn the world. He says that lie enjoyed RC'KCASE BED
White and baby. Bertha Woodson the work immensely and : CHEST

and baby, Fred Montins, Jesse liked to work.ith the patients.In ; r r> INXERSPRIXG MATTRESS

Aiken. RORNS fact, many patients used to I' \ $1 69 95 g BOX SPRING
NEWLY write letters to him after their 2 PILLOWS
Born to Evelyn White of Madison discharge from the hospital. 2 VANITY LAMPS

a baby boy Oct 20. He weighed His military service. began in tw s f1 BEDSPREAD

71os and 7 ozs. April 1P4J and extended to April,
Born to Bertha Woodson, of 1945. He was aboard a Navy supply -
Fla., on Oct 20, a baby
Greenville. sick
% ship with a very large
g.rl;. She weighed 8 Ibs and 8 ozs. bay. One of his duties was to
Clara McQuay on Oct 26,
to
Born administer hypodermics to many
a baby boy. He weighed 5bs.. 1 sailors for immunization shots. He

and 8 oz. has "given the needle," as he \

says, to thousands and thousands y : .,
of "white caps." :
72 90 Blankets
x After his discharge he returnedto
Lake City and took up his duties I' ,

$3.99 once again at the VA HospitaL -

Hubert, as he is called by
his friends has been very active in t, .S v / sx
($5.98 Value) Lake City in athletics, particularly

dealing with Softball, in the capacityof I

EAGLE'S player and umpire. He is married
to the former Lois Rowe ,of Ma<}i- 0 i \J

son.' They have a daughter Sybil, E
and a son Joe. Mr and Mrs Gunterare k

Garden Circles Meet members of the Southside r.i .
Baptist Church. Mr Gunter's plans

for the future are some what uncertain i

Garden Circles will meet at but certainly he does not

10:00 a. m. Thursday, Nov 5th, expect to sit down and do nothing.
with the following hostesses. Azalea He says he is going to participatein

Circle with Mrs Jack Wade some of the recreation activities .,

and Mrs J C Register. The program offered around herein Lake City
Thanksgiving Decorations, to and wishes his cohorts at the VA .

given, by Mrs 0 R Hamrick.Camellia Hospital many years of happy ser -I' T -

Circle, Mrs W B Clark; vice. I

Program, Wrapping Christmas -
hostess.
Packages by Mrs Buford Sel- MORE BQOKS
Dogwood Circle, Mrs J G .

man. Sr hostess. Program, report Mr Blasick of the regional library ;
.
Ashley Chattahoochee Therapy trip I was over Tuesday afternoonand .
Plans on for Christmas Bazaar. brought another supply of -

and new books, consisting of new FURNITURE i
novels and children's books, for
Conwav and .
Mr and Mrs James the local library.Mr .
were visitors in Tampa
James
two son daYS the past week. and Mrs L L Parrish of New ,
Smyrna Beach will arrive today tt
.
spend several days with the child -
'55 Ford pickup $695 ren of Mr and .Mrs Charles Knoj

while they are on a trip to New ; 128' N. Patterson Valdosta Ga CH 2-1515

HARDEE MOTOR CO. Orleans. Mr and Mrs Parrish arc ,;"H .;: :,,: ., J .

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: ... M\ : ( : r 1
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J1'l I NEW
"t'r
., .. MANAGEMENT AT !
S. Leach
Ray
i BROOKS COUNTY FAIR QUITMAN, GA. THESinclair


i SEE OUR EXHIBIT BOOTH REGISTERED PHARMACIST AS Station I i


1I ..t.', (corner of Base & Washington)
I Visit Our StoreWE Manager r of Prescription Department 0 ..'J MADISON, FLORIDA

PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED You are invited to stop by and

HAVE NS\V & USED See Usg 1

RUGS HU 3-6121 Madison Fla. \
fURNITURE, APPLIANCES, TELEVISIONS Phone ,

Let us outfit your home from the Attic Fan on Terms or Cash .

WE SERVICE REFRIGERATION, TELEVISION, UPHOLSTERYAll Nelson Herndon & Eustace Kelley
I
Listen for Eagle's Anniversary 1

this and more too at Visit ToylandAT PROPRIETORS
last minute I Phone HU 3-6121 Madison, Florida y

WARMACK'SAcross specials on WMAFVISIT ,1

Auto Store Jumbo Hamburg 30c rtn.n.I1.nnJ1.n..nnJ1.w; {
street from Court House Western IN FLORIDA Choicest of Steaks and Sea

AND ALABAMAMr Foods at WHITE TOP SUNDAY DINNER 1

Phone 2911 Quitman, Ga. :Madison, Florida Mr and and Mrs Mrs Charles G B Mathews Hill J rand left DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, ;i I

Shop early and use Monday morning for Fort Devens, south of Madison. 3-lt-ch 95c

Mass, where the men are stationedin 1
FINE
.,,- See the U S Army, after visitingG ACRE PEAS
Eagle's big anniversary Our Lay-A-Way Plan Some of the finest improved acre
YOU'LL COME TO B's mother and sister, Mrs peas we have seen passed through Turkey and Dressing "
ad Lydia and Edna Hill and Agnes' Madison Friday and Saturday en
CHERRY LAKE SCHOOLHallowe' on page two. parents, Mr and Mrs Bert Holton, route to the Live Oak freezer- 3 VEGETABLES
and family here in Madison.
They
canning plant. The peas, unusuallywell SALAD
also visited Charles' parents in filled out, were grown by
Western ROLLS OR MUFFINS
.
en Carnival Cancer Society WorkersMadison Alabama. We wish them the best Audley Janis of Nankin. He has TEA OR COFFEE
of luck on their way back. forty acres in peas and employeda
i FRIDAY OCTOBER 30th County women are joining crew of sixty in picking the DESSERT
AT SCHOOL AUDITORIUMFOOD forces with volunteers all over the Associate twelve thousand pounds Friday and
DAILY PLATE LUNCHES 75c
county in helping the American Stbre" Leonard Hicks returns today to several more thousand pounds on
BOOTH OPENS AT 6 P. M. Cancer Society to learn new waysof San Jose, Calif. from a visit here Saturday.

Games, Booths, Food saving lives, in a nation-wide with his parents Mr and Mrs Jack YELLOW PINE
study of Hicks. G-E
cancer.
AppliancesHowerton
f- Fun for all ages
Mrs Ben Pfeil chairman and MrsA -x- CAFE
T. A.
P.
Sponsored by the
H Smilh, co-chairman, of the Mr and Mrs Van II Priest attended Supply Co.

local volunteers, and their workers .. Homecoming and the Flori- UtIUUWf J
"V". .. __- .?"" da-LSU football game in Gainesville -
aim to contact
Mr and Mrs G S Martin Sr of approximately sixty BAND PARENTS CHANGE the past week end. - ,
families within the
next two weeks
Jacksonville, and son, G S MartinJr MEETING NIGHT
of U of F, were weekend guestsof with questionnaires involving per- THEVEATHER See___ the Patented SIEGLER now' dt]
sonal habits, details
of
Mrs Martin's parents, Mr and family back-
Mrs B M Williams. The Martins ground, eating habits and kinds of The regular meeting night for
Western Auto Associate StorePhone
fats and meats eaten, how has
attended Homecoming and the many the Band Parents Association Week ending Oct 27th
Florida LSU football game before cups of coffee. tea and other liquidsper been changed to the third Mon- Max. Min RI. lID 3-2385 Madison. Florida

leaving Gainesville for Madison. day etc. day night in each month. Hour of Wednesday 73 67 .99 .

Martin Jr, plays a trombone In All information is strictly con- the meetings is to stay at 7:30. Thursday 73 67 .04 Let us show you how y the University band.x fidential and will be forwarded, un- Other business discussed at the Friday 79 65 .08 ... A
... .....:.. : : ,
,
opened to the office
of Dr E recent meeting were the final plans Saturday 77 55 .20 .
Mr and Mrs CV Barber spent Cuyler Hammond director of for the Hobo days that are to be Sunday 68 49 .00
last week in Jacksonville visiting statistical research for the American the major fund raising projectfor Monday 77 48 .00 riu14Mffi
their son and daughter and their Cancer Society in New York City. the current year. President Tuesday 83 56 .00 ;
families Mr and Mrs Wallace Bar- Some of the questions asked may James Copeland appointed Mrs .

ber and sons, and Mr and Mrs JV seem irrelevant to the average per Nettie Chason publicity chairmanfor Total 1.31 : w ,
Cox and daughter, Deedee. Mr and son, but there is a reason for ask- the event and Mrs Alice Rainfall week ending Oct 24that
Mrs Barber will leave Nov 8 for ing each one since it has been Williams finance chairman. Gibson Tower 1.60 in, Lovett ?
Woodlands, Calif, where they will definitely established that death Tower 2.80 in, Aucilla Tower 2.40
spend the winter mouths with their rates from cancer vary greatly SCHWINN BICYCLES in Sinclair Tower 1.70 in. Mill r _

son and daughter-in-law, Mr and among people of different races Franchised Dealers & Service Creek Tower 1J.O in, Madison y _
Mrs Charles Barber and family. ant1 religions. as well as geographicareas. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. forestry headquarters 1.35 in. __

Sun rises Oct 30th 6:48 am, sets __ _
JAYCEES DONATE TO 5:47 pm.Moon .

Goodyear Tires $12.95 Mr and Mrs Paul Ragans attended BOY SCOUTS rises Oct 30th 5:11 am. 'F-
the Southern Shorthorn con- Moon in constellation of Virgo -1
The Madison Junior Chamber of
.. vention in Camilla, Ga,.last Thurs- Oct 30th.
a --- '670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type, Commerce voted at a luncheon recently -
day. High tide Oct 30th at St Marks
-x- to support the Boy Scout i
plus tax and recappable tire. light 12:52 pm.
Annual Finance Campaign.The .
FMX GUESSING CONTESTThe
I
MESSER Thanksgiving Jaycee Turkey IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 3rd I
Shoot will be held Thursday, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
Farmers Mutual Exchange November 19, beginning at 2 p m IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY.IN .
Battery & Tire Co. Guessing Contest on the biggest bag Project will be used to provide a CHANCERY.
of seed in the world will continue
scholarship to the North Florida Genevieve Suma Ford Plaintiffvs.
through Saturday until 4 p. m. Vel'll
AIR Olt CONr GIVES
Junior RO
College.The -
_C-. William Thurman Ford, Defendant.
Madison JCs in the in-
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Building MateriLargest ;d Of AD Kinds! terest actively of participating good government in a GET are 642: Blowing William Rock Thurman, North Ford Carolina.Box IIPII FIIIIIIII'at

THE VOTE project. You are hereby notified that a

Stock of Good 1[Used Building Materials in G-E Refrigerators Bill been of filed Complaint against you for, and Divorce you has are the turn of a dial// / '

South Georgia Dr North Florida HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. required to serve a copy of your ....
Answer of Pleading to the Bill of Imagine! Turning Just GK&,
Complaint on the Plaintiffs At-
i 100 Used Bath Tubs 1500 Doors 72 x 90 Blankets torrey Ernest M Page Jr whose ad-, Home dial on Heater the new feeds Siegle the,

50 Electric & Gas Water 20,000 ft of Electric Wire, dross Madison.Florida,and file the exact amount of oil into tha'
v All Sizes original answer or Pleading in the burner,fans the fire with the
it i Heaters $3.99 office of the Clerk of the Circuit exact amount of air; then
2,000 Ibs Plumbers Lead 75 Lavatories Court in and *T Madison County synchronizes the blower,
$5 /98 Value) Florida on or before the 30th day of .. speed to give you perfect
V-Crimp & Corrugated Metal 2500 Windowsall ( November A. D. 1959._ If you fail SUPER Floor Heat! The:
150 Good Commodes kinds and all sizes to do so. Decree Pro Confesso will new Sieglermatic Control"-
'*
EAGLE'SMr be entered against you for the relief U System means even,erea' .
2500 Light Fixtures 10,000 ft. Moulding fuel sayjgsby .
demanded in the BUI of Complaint.The asffunng ?
1500 Switch and Plug-in Boxes 50,000 ft. 1x3, 1x4, and 1x6 Enterprise-Recorder is here- awstfeconptnieal In fact ;a:Siegler fire pays alwa$ I"
and Mrs Burnett Jr the in '
Flooring George by designated as newspaper itself :
150 Kitchen Sinks, all kinds and children and Mrs J R Collins which said order shall be publishedonce
Pipe Fittings 5000 ft Door & Window Casing of Cheny Lake have returned home, a week for four consecutive MONEY BACK"GUARANTEE
from Denmark, S C, where the weeks.
All kinds of Fuse & Braker 6500 ft 1x6 Square Edge Siding visited relatives. They were ac Witness my hand and official }

1 Boxes Front Porch Columns, All Sizes, companied home by Mrs Collins' seal this 28th day of October, A. D. I
:. to 20 ft. high mother, Mrs Black, who .will visit 1959. a
up
ALL SIZES OF LUMBER
the Rev and Mrs Collins. at their DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk Circuit ., .z' x-4.
.1' a
10,000 ft Pipe, Galvanized 30,000 ft. Beaded Ceiling Cherry Lake home.GOODYEAR. Court. ,
.I SEAL
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Black & Cast Iron .
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J I WE REMODEL, REPAIR, RE-ROOF, RE-SIDE' .: TIRESJIM'S VISCOSE RUGS

No down payment and up to 5 years to pay BAY STATION Al Eagle'sReg JHf $PP) / .

U. S. 90 EAST, :MADISON ,

PAUL B. (TILL) WILLIAMSON dba $1.00 79c Western Auto Associate Store


SOUTH GEORGIA FENCE & CONSTRUCTION CO. See Eagle's big anniver- Reg $1.98 $1.79 J. J. SALE, JR, Owner

217 W. Jordan St. Phone HU 3-6785 Madison, Florida 108-110 E. Pinckney St. Phone HU 3-2385

sary ad on page two. Reg $7.98 $5.79 I Madison Floridar
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Bible Material: Acts 4.32 through 5:16. .
Dervtioaal Beading: I John 41121. .


Fellowship of ?, r. ;TT

; .. ,

Lesson for November 1, 1959THE ......., -

.
<; ;
CHURCH is never called .j:' I
"fellowship of believers" In
1 .
; the New Testament, but It Is often -
called that, nowadays by Chris' -
I tians. There is a good reason for

,the name. The early church was j ....; ,a.A .
I a fellowship of believers. This .J.Jr
r means as the record shows us, that .JI I
I the early Christians I
.
, were of j

, "one heart and i. .
soul." This does
.,
not mean that

they thought .
alike"for the' 7Ir\1 .
writer carefully of avoids Acts i \ .

saying they were "
nt one mind.They

were united not Dr. Foremanin ... .. ... .
opinions but In their faith. They j.IIIr: ; > > i r
were believers-in rather than be- = I

lievers-about. A perfectly unanimous .'
church, all holding the iden- "
tical opinions in the identical way .
would not be a Christian church, I. :
.
but a congregation of parrots. Be- ..

lief is more than opinion; and in ., ..
this broader sense the church is> ."
indeed a fellowship of believers.

Givers I -

Is this all? It might be all, if
Christian faith were the dead sort t 1 It' \ r r 5. ..
of thing some people think it is. .
But faith, as we see it in the lives
of New Testament Christians,
never appears by itself. We read

that these believers worked out a .. \ ../f.' .
scheme to eliminate poverty b
among them. The scheme did not .J..M.

work, for we know that some years .
later collections were being taken I "
i up for the benefit of the Jerusalem f -

church. But all the same, nobody- THE C4HURCH FOR ALL .

to especially that church no apostle-arose, "All your concern to say ALL FOR THE CHURCH This is make-believe tying a bundle to a stick and pretending. /

with people's property and their The Church is the greatest factor on earth for .
to set forth upon a great journey. HI.lively 1 ].ttl.imagination glows 1 .
living conditions is off the Chris- the building of character and good citizenship.It '
tian beam. It is out of our line, it is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a as he thinks of all the things that will happen on his adventure. Maybe,

know is not how a Christian's other people business live. Reli-to strong Church neither democracy nor civilization right around that bend in the road, he'll run smack into a big browncan

gion is belief, it is not distribution survive. There are four sound reasons why bear .
of worldly ood3." There its littled3nb .
should attend services regularly and
t
tBS3Some musFhave talked ." eve,person And because that a "scary" idea, he takes off his hat, puts down
the Church. (I For his
that way because some talk that support They are: )
way today. But the church of those own'Sake (2) For his children's sake. (3) For his bundle, and contents himself with playing blocks in the middle

days did find it their business to the sake of his community and nation. (4) For of the living room floor. Yes it's fun to make-believe. But onlythe

see to it that no one suffered want. sake of the Church itself which needs his when you can do it right in the safety of your own home !

In an American.: city of near- moral and material support. Plan to go to .
ly half a million people there are church regularly l and read your Bible daily._ Home, just now, IS his place. In it, he feels wonderful sense of

many early churches.this year The city decided government that- j ,' security, basking in his parents' love, knowing by instinct that they are

they could no longer help people Day .Book C1upter.Verses. there to help and guide-him. At night when he kneels to say his prayers,

who were was unemployed.that many The families consequence Sunday :Philippians 1 18-19 ..his mother tells him the beautiful story of Christ. She is preparing him '

drifted closer and closer to star- Tuesday Monday Philz Luke PP lane 13 4 22-30 12-13 for the day"when he will go to Church School I, when he will become part
vation. There effort
was to
enlist all the city's an churches to Thursday Wednesday Job.Colossians 11 4 18-19 2-4 of the Church. She knows that, during his life, when he actually sets

help feed these helpless people; but Friday Matthew 19 13-15 forth upon journeys, the Church will be his home, and that it will help
barely half the churches made any Saturday Romans 11 L 33-36 _
contribution or showed any inter- protect and. guide him when she cannot. .:.
These count '
est. themselves as"be- r. :
lieving" churches but what. do
they believe? .L -,

Doers Copyright 1959:-Keister Adv. Service, Stratburj. V..J" i

Every church congregation is a
Fellowship of Listeners or (if that

is expecting too much) a FellowI I ... ........ .
ship of Hearers. Thy all hear
readings from the tame Bible

week after week. But the Bible: is .*....
not merely a book to be listenedto. :. ;;.. :.:. ... ..:.i %:f.:.? a -
It is not only a book to be
believed either. It is book
a to be .\
done Jesus drew his line not '
.
between fearers and believers but These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week, Sponsored by the Following; Individuals and
between hearers and doers. That
early church not only distributedfood Establishments:
and clothing they distributed I
health. They did not simply acceptthe i . r; .v MN-(,N(/NON N y1 G . .11. r; .v.v = A
presence of -dIsease and deformities -

; they were challenged MADISON DRUG STORE BUDDY SMITHHARDWARE
WESTERN AUTO STORE
by such tragedies, they did what .
they could and it was very great DUNN FURNITURE CO.
deal to relieve and to do away The Rexall Store ;. J. J. Sale Jr., Owner

with them. In short, this first Phone HU 3-2300 Madison Fla. Madison Florida Phone.. HU 3-2385, Madison. Fin.MADISON FLA.
church was a Fellowship of Doers. '
., Phone HU 3-2340
All churches are fellowships of T .. .:
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people who pray. But a peculiar .A.' : : .
feature of that early Jerusalem .4
church was that those who be- :. : .::: __i: .-
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longed to prayed together. Thatis
l1IESSER ..r, "
they offered the same .. B. DAVIS
prayer i.: t. ; Inc.Madison .
together. We do not have to sup- >; : .- BATTERY,& TIRE CO. MORROW INSURANCE : .* QUALITY CLEANERS

pose that the prayer in Acts 4 -'!.-_ i AGENCY Florida -4
beginning "Sovereign Lord" was MADISON, FLORIDA When your clothes are not becoming .
literally spoken in unison by the v. -. Madison. Florida :
whole collection of believers. But .. : to you =:.. they should beREGISTER'S :
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was the prayer: of every one there. .:.."-"4* Phone HU 3-6450 Madison Fla..CANTEY .
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congregation do it, or do they let +t>'" MADISON.f FLORIDA : :: 3 ?,. .- l' y
him pray along while they think Fla. Madison STATION .....
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I at our finger tips the area of \ ,

Alachua county, but it is somewhat i

The Vudz -R aDD though not very much, Roofing, Siding, Re-Modeling ;

w......... wrNww.AttCVUVfiAt AM MMilfe GIIra 9 MBM FUMUM greater than_ that of Madison :

MADISON. FLORIDATelephone county, and its population is Gulf Life New Additions i
HU 3-6361 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. about five times as great. ADAPT. i

Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance County seat and principal city I II
Per Year PLAN No down I !
Renewals $4.00
Delayed in the county is Gainesville, payment and up to 5 years to pay : 1 j
Advertising Rates Made Known on ApplicationEntered Fits your LARGEST STOCK
although High Springs is a changingneeds OF GOOD USED BUILDING !

at the Madison Post Office as seeaid<1aa matter June sizable small city and Alachua,i :MATERIALS i:i

26. 1908, under Act of March 8, 1879. Waldo, New berry, Hawthorn, I

Micanopy and Archer are good-I PAUL B. (TILL) WILLIAMSON !
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, 7'. C. MERCHANT, JR. 5ied towns. Perhaps the great- dba
AND ASSOCIATES
est single step forward in the SOUTH GEORGIA FENCE AND CONSTRUCTION CO. i

MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 county was the establishmentof The retirement plan you 217 W. Jordan $t. Phone HU 3-6785 j

NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 the University of Florida at buy for tomorrow can MADISON, FLORIDA
CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908T. Gainesville and the university's help meet today's needs I

.thanks to the : I II
C. MERCJHANT, Editor and Publisher.._ remarkable. growth' has been a ,
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Adapt-A-Plan.
T. C. MERCHANT JR. Managing Editor -: great factor in the county's exclusive I
Ask your Gulf Lif 1 used 50 Dodge housetrailer r --
MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor progress. For the most part reyreaentative.Gulf. Pecans WantedAll

MRS. W. WILSON, Advertising _Manager. Alachua has been a general tractorHARDEE $
farming county. Considerable $295.00
varieties in
any quantity. Top ]
Gainesville who discussed the corn is grown there and much MOTOR cash prices. \
Great Gathering Place CO. I ,
i matter was that the proposed tobacco, with a thriving to- II ,
Walter
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Well, Gainesville was the I reapportionment amendment bacco market at High Springs. Mr and Mrs-R--C--Blair- have returned -i Cunningham {

great gathering place the past i ould be adopted. Few seem We doubt that much cotton, i if to their home inVest Palm 'Located at Taxi Stand across from J

:1 week end, what with U.niver-I to be satisfied with it; how- any, is grown in Alachua coun- Life B -ach after spending a two weeks' Bus Station and Post Office
vacation here with Mrs Jesse Phone 9557: Quitman, Ga
i' sity of Florida homecoming, a I ever, those who favor it claim ty, although years ago there Hughey and family and with his| ( .
football game that pitted the I that it is better than the present were busy cotton gins in Alachua A INSURANC8 brother, E S Blair in Monticello ) -

1 Florida team against the No. 11 I arrangement, while others and Gainesville and probably ., COMPANY I i CONSTRUCTIONNew

1. team in the country and that! who oppose it say they will other places in the county. G-E Automatic Washers l and

drew the largest attendanceever 1'I never get a fair reapportionment Formerly there was a large) O. C. KIRKLAND Superintendent HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. Remodeling

46,000, at a football gamein I if it carries. If it i is acreage of tung oil trees ang Ph. HU MADISON 3-2551, P.FLORIDA O. Box V 292 I I Howerton Supply Co.

North Florida, and, as is adopted, there will be six new further back still, before the "

always the case at such a Senate seats and those coun great freezes of 1894 and 1895,

gathering, a large and varied ties that would get a Senatorto many oranges were grown i in Are your brakes safe?

assortment of candidates and themselves would probably the county, especially around
I would-be candidates. For a big I tote for the measure. Similarly Micanopy. Phosphate was form If not, drive in today toMcWIUJAMS IJ

election is just around the but to a less degree, counties erly mined in the western
I GARAGE
coiner, only a few days more getting greater membership I'art of the -county, around !I

than six months away. in the House of Representatives Newberry. The county is one as''
Mr and Mrs W S Cooper had II
might be expectedto of the leaders in I
the
state
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I guests during the week end Capt. I I
vote for it, although it number of cattle, near the top and Mrs Edvm H Cooper and son I II
McCarty RunningTop
would not really matter how in hogs and pigs, and in other I and Mrs Edwin H Cooper and son

spot of course in the political much one body of the Legisla livestock and livestock products, Edwin Jr of Jacksonville. They came
S Friday en route to Gainesville to attend -
field is the Governor'sseat ture was weighted a certain including dairy products.. It i is I U of F Homecoming and the

and the hopefuls were way so long as the other body one of the leaders in forest Florida- S U football game. Edwin

there too. Besides this, all the was contra-weighted. Our pain- products and production of Jr remained here with his grandparents -
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cabinet offices are up for elec- cipal objection to the amend I pulQwood and saw timber, i is
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tion and two of them are wide ment has been that it would a large producer of vegetables, and {rs-A G Herring are II J

open) and then comes the big put fourteen more officeholders and ranks high in watermelonproduction. having the interior of their West

year string of county candi- on us, with their secretaries Next week, Baker Bunker street home modernized and I I
decorated.
If it's insuranceprotection
dates. Principal development expenses, mileage another d county. planned
I
the past week in the about to perquisites. .
I Highest Cash Prices
boil over Governor's contest Mrs Dora Conoley, of Tampa, is you want. ...
vas the resignation of JohndeCal.ty here for an extended visit with her
Greater Than Other
niece, Mrs T C Nally.x For Pecans
} younger brother of we are the people to see. It's a regular part of

former Governor Dan McCarty, TwoSome : Mr and Mrs Jesse Hughey Je'' CHERRY'S FEED STORE our service to provide you with all the help you needin
as Circuit Judge and his all .4t Wednesday for Pensacola, where choosing a well planned insurance program for

but formally announced candidacy break in the steel strike the they Florida will attend the meeting of LEE., FLORIDA your home, car, and business. Call us for friendly,
League of --
Municipalities -- -- ---- --
for Governor. He is running appeared this week when the Mr and Mrs Nat Norfleet and efficient serviceMORROW,.
no doubt about that, and kaiser Steel Co. announced it !sons Nat and Alike, of Atlanta,

he must be considered. He will would sign a separate agree Are your brakes safe?! were. visitors here over the weekend INSURANCE AGENCY

certainly get some of the ment. The strike at this writ-

strength that put his brotherin ing is 103 days old and untold I If no drive in today to! '56 .Ford pickup $795 3-62.Or
eight years ago, but the losses, probably also suffering, 108 W. Pinckney, Telephone HURtpMIMlng )

lapse of years sometimes makes have resulted. Places like Madi McWIlliAMS GARAGE:I I HARDEE MOTOR CO. the Hartford Fire Insurance Company Group

a great difference. However, son would think that the steel .
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John McCaity is said to be a wages were already good; however I 1 1Y F k-

much better vote-getter than we can understand how r F t

was his brother Dan. the workers might feel if they .-

-- thought the companies were. j
too much oi' the profit GOBLIN
getting TiME
Pay-Time The Test t 4VO.V'f'
from the i industry. All 1 of us b W 1 .

Others almost sure to run for understand that there are two i ,--. OR ANY TIME't

Governor and they cannot parties to the arrangement: F

wait much longer to come out the companies on the one hand 1 fo N ._ .- : .

include Bryant, who has the and the workers on-the' other.: : -

momentum gained in a not bad There is,however a third party 1 :v t ft's gieatfo be a/am/lyl
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race four years ago; Carlton, to this situation, greater than i .t
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a present State Senator and either of the other two or both

son of a former Governor; of the other two, and that is 7/Arz7' ,

Dud Dickinson, a State Sena- the general public. The public
Who only the-kids
tor; Ted David, former House cannot continue always to be ic says enjoy

Speaker; Tom Beasley, two- the goat; it .is long ufferm r, :t t i'. tr.. If f' Halloween? This happy time is

time Speaker of the House; and but it will not forever standbring /" for the whole family. Trick or

possibly some others, including hijacked. whenever labor V' / /' .- treaters inspire the delight of

:Mayor Burns of Jacksonville) wants more and then. capital ', living that a truly happy.family
'
raid Senate President Johnson wants more. There is a limit, 1
: i ; t ; \ / can appreciate and enjoy. Call it
of Quincy. Senator Belser of somewhere. "
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Bonifay has already announced I kV what you will. "family fellow

and is pursuing his campaign,t University A Great n ship" or "love of family living."

with some stumps in the way.I

We will not consider Mr Downs,! Factor Men, women, boys and girls enrolled
I <\
who he : under "The Family Fra
says is running, a ... .
candidate until he puts the qualification -,, Last week we finished our -----_., ternity's" banner know these

money down on the J little series on the various I joys by participating in our ever-
barrel head. You see it's very: states of the Union. We trust -
expanding
fraternal
easy to announce and to pledge that they were interesting, and : program
and to talk and all such as I some may have clipped them \ : ,( and community service.! They

! that; it is when pay-time out and put them into their WOODMEN OF W.LD' "' also know the-security of the .

.; I comes. that the would-be. candidate scrap books for ready reference.Now .I : ... THE < protection of safe, sound, legal Ofl!

must put up' or shut .up. it is our plan, if we can LIFE' INSURANCE SOCIETY. i reserve life insurance.! Our Society
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\ I get the desired information, to HOME OFFICE' : 1708 FARNAM STREET OMAHA 2. NEBRASKA also provides outstanding .. I..'
run a series on the counties of ; : "
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It Will "
Say Pass 't. :
fraternal "plus benefits such
Florida, and we will start with as ?..t. -, '.

L:'" ,,The papers say that the _Alachua, _the first on the I listdonotvhave GORDON SELMAN, Field Rep. free assistance, of up to $1,000 to'; ,. ( ..
.- Consensus. of those:gathered 11 in 'a phabetically, We S r. .SEL1AN.'S' SUNDRIES} NG *tTREET .>< I Ii. '. \ BUSINESS PHONE: HU 3-3505 HOME PHONE: HU 3-6S89 afflicted ...' t. : 0'
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1960 Solid Plymouth Offers {. .. .,,, _.' .<, ';'' tI t-
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:r Economy In 24 Model Lineup : !

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I The 'I960 Plymouth is the strongest, quietest, fastestaaeelerattng .' A GOOD WAY TO BREAK THE Have repairman-
ant} most economical operating car in / S ICE l.UmA PRETPf GIRL IS your
Plymouth's history*. It features unified body and frame TO PUT IT 110 A HtEa 6ALL.
structure and completely new styling for this economy come down to our
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champion. >
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Harry E. Chesehrough, vice-president of Chrysler Corporation store if you're looking
and general manager of locks all doors when the enginfc is a .
f the Plymouth- De SoloValiant,started. : ., :. i for something in
Division says the" 1960 Plymouth .
"creates new standards for its Another valuable safety feature ..L: !
price class on any basis on which;is the Tour-light emergency warn. the way of Auto Parts.
you can compare automobiles." I'ing flasher system. Whenever a .;... I
car must be stopped on a high. "
Plymouth's styling: and sturdy I way a flick of an instrument Remember thate
construction, CneseLrough said,ipaot'l switch starts all front and )..
"should have special appeal to rear turn indicator signals flashing .
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people whose basic interest is in continuously ,and, ,simultaneously have everything fine t
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solid value. ..". ,
as a warning to other drivers. I
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J. ENGINESTwo 20t in the Auto Parts line.
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lI AUTOMATIC'IVELSEATS '\\-t'-\' ''''','\,:'\, ," \'\\''\ ...' ..
completely new enginesare Swivel seats introduced by .
I added in the 1960 Plymouth
!Plymouth last year, are automatic
line of six engines,each of unique!v for 1960. Optional on Fury
different design and each developed -.and Sport Suburban models. the
to fulfill a specific require new seat swings out to meet you
ment. The 30-D.Economy Six!when the door is opened, and it aooTasIt'sFrostie.3
with 145 horsepower is introducedfor awing back out of the way when -.
drivers who require maximumfuel the door is closed. AUTO PARTS, Inc.
The SonoRamic Commando
savings. ,
V-8 with 330 horsepower, J ,Auto. Truck and Form Tractor,Parts]
which brings ram induction toasscngetcars PLYMOUTIlOFFERS 'MACHINE:SHOP:S-RVIC-
foe the first time.is J CjN Y: 5t'M,-' iso t/tr: ., Phon Jii(13: 22if _
primarily a "performance 3. LINESFor
engine characteristics.with outstanding acceleration 1960,Plymouth offers l- LIVE OAK. FLA.. PH. FO 2-2329; Ql'ITMAN, GA., PH. 4401
21 models in three lines of J
cars'(Savoy, Belvedere and -----
UNIBOUY CONSTRUCTIONFor
Fury) and three lines of I
1960, the Plymouth body station wagons (Deluxe [ HEARTH ACHES

single and frame, unified are structure integrated, locked into a Custom). and Sport Suburban A Real l Taste Treat ... Goodyear Tires $12.95

together by more than 5,000 weld
The design afford many advantages Follotcing are models 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type

and apace in terms efficiency.of both The strength cars" are available SAVOY in each line: Could Laos Civil War Start plus tax and recappable tire.

easier to get into and out of, and D
seat heights" have been raised for %"loor-door sedan sedan (6(6 &&: 8)8) World War Three ? ? ? ? MESSER
more comfort. The absence of I
connecting" bolts and braces not BELVEDERE u. \ b '
only lends strength but eliminatesrattles. 2-door sedan (6 &: 8) (Overflow from the Trailblazer) Battery & Tire Co. .
& BY JESSE SLOCUM Economy
4-door sedan (6 : 8) 56 Ford 2-door -
2- TRANSMISSIONS FURY I being torn apart by a civil war g1 y I II II I
6 I
Plymouth offers four transmissions 4-door sedan (6 &: 8) could be the starting point for World $795 Miss Christine Millinor of F S U
two manual transmissions 2-door htp (8) War Three. Laos is a country in the was the weekend guest of her

TorqueFhte and a push PowerFlite button and traM-a Convertible 4-door htp (8)(8) ] Indochina area in Southeastern Asia HARDEE MOTOR CO.Mrs ... parents Mr and: Mrs Pat Millinor.
with of little
a population a overa
misgion. DELUXE SUBURBAN
million Laos constitutional "Whot do mean-1 burn
2-door (6 &: 8) people. is a you you
NEW SAFETY FEATURES 4-door, 6-paas. (6 & 8) monarchy and is a member of J VVyche was joined here up? Keep on smoking in bedond Miss Audrey Newman and MrsJ
There is an imposing list of r CUSTOM SUBURBAN the French Union.. The capital is Thursday by her sister, Mrs D B you'll manage it by yourself J Newman were visitors lit
other features which Plymouth is 4-door, 6-pass. (6 &: 8) Vientiane. Torn of Jacksonville, for a week- NAUONAI SAftTV COUNCIL Gainesville Friday and Saturday.
introducing for 1960. 4-door, 9-pass. (8) Laos became a constitutional mon- end visit with relatives in Atlanta.

One of the outstanding safety SPORT SUBURBAN archy in:1947 and in 1949,was granted -
devices to be developed in years 4-door, 6pass. (8)*- limited independence as a mem
.. is the new Sar -T-Matic Door
4-door, .
Lock which 9-paa (8) ber of the French Union. At the end a
system, automatically
of the Indochina War in 1954, France 'l!
-------.--- - ---'- .. the independ 1 -
& -, gave ence. country complete. ;" OTHERS BOAST ABOUT "HOLDING" THE PRICE LINE

The rebels who started the civil J100K WHAT'S HAPPENING AT HOMETOWN MOTORS
war ot too long ago are sup-
DID YOU KNOVHILLCREST ported by the communists in North
S J Vietnam. The weapons are actually

DAIRY BAR coming from Red China, and Russia.
:
NOW OFFERS As you remember, the Russians sup-
ported the Red Chinese in the civil
CURB SERVICE? v war in China, which they won in 1949, Mercury Lowers

: and the Russians also supported the
North Korean Reds in the Korean

-i: War in 1950, and lasted to 1953.
In the Korean War, Russia troops
| didn't fight, but American troops .
did. The same thing is happening in
j 1 Laos today! The Russians are supplying -
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SURE !
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weapons for the rebels in
THISNOW ; '[ Laos. In 1955, government forces in rlces
I'| Laos put down a rebellion led by

:: &RMy T j j the communists.
c 3 ![ This is just one of the ways RusI -
I I sin plans to conquer the world. They *
Says 1' send special trained men to the countries -

M YY i of the world, large .and small

So These men start trouble, by getting
E E.w 1 j} the native of the different countries than $135

r t tM i to revolt against their government. more
i They fill their heads of how good the .
T communists are to the people, etc. I
.,* : The results of these trained men 4f Bated manufacturer'*tuggeited delivered price
for a Monterey 2-door Sedan.1960. 1959. "
came when Vice President Nixon visited -
South America. The people of
/ : different countries in South America I f

threw eggs and other things!
at the Vice President. This same
thing is happening in Laos today,
these trained men have the people in
Northeast Laos revolting against their
CURB SERVICEAT government. .

If things get too bad down: there,
I the United States will probably send

troops to help the Laos Royal Army
fight the communists. If this hap
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pens, and Red China enters the war,
... > .. n
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they would surely pull the Soviet
h. .- No "numbers game" this. We can actually sell you a
"'. ..' .,'' .... ... '. ," > .'.", Union into the war. This' would mean r
.. :., .< :' ...,. .y. ; : 'T' ., < ':.i" that all the free nations of the world :_, brand-new Mercury Monterey 2-door Sedan for just
"l'i 1 would enter the war, and this would '
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> $72 more than you'd for the best of the "low- .
:,\ H' pay
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,.": :\, .. ... ....... -/ \ cause World War Three. j-
y It was a wonder that Russia didn't price name" cars with comparable equipment includ- !

get into the Korean War and that
ing automatic transmission heater-defroster and
the Atomic bomb wasn't dropped on .. ,
any of the Korean cities. WILL IT ; radio! $72that's alland we'll put you in the best-
BELLY IN LAOS? I have given the "
facts, and all we can do is waft and t. built, best-looking, best-riding car on the road. Come
.y. ,, ..' ..' . .. ;' ": ,,y- "1 '
{ ': < $ ; see what happens. in
"' ,: on today_and see what we mean.- l ,
If World War Three did start in l

.. : ",," > ; "' Laos it would be an Atomic War,,,
.' .. and cause the destruction of the

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27 by Food Fair Stores, Inc. for T.
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and r.g:. .. :: .
warehousing distribution cen- ;:+; : ;wk:;: Q
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ters in the country at EdgeworthAve. ''::... .
and Commonwealth St., Jack-
scm ille. Situated on a 53/i acre ,
site the development will represent .- r. .a: ,. y4 $: Y. sIfhY'' 'rY'inn,

a total investment in land, n n.. : ? ... .
buildings and equipment in excess '
of $4,000,000.City .
and county officials joined .
with officers of the Setzer Divisionof '
f
Food Fair Stores in the spade-
turning ceremonies at 11 a. m.
Company officials were led by Henry
Kramer president, and Samuel
Miller, executive vice president, iA\
respectively of the Setzer Division.
The one-story warehouse will
cover some 343,000 square feet of rfr
space, the equivalent of seven foot A
ball playing fields. The facility is
designed to serve Setzer Stores and
Food Fair supermarkets throughout :
.centra] and. porthern Florida and
Southern Georgia. +t': Mir
In addition to the warehouse, a
two-story office building with total :
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floor space of 26,000 square feet ; ? rU ,.-
will be built in the center, as well ___ Q
US garage and maintenance facili -
ties. '*ff5..1 .w---'
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In all, the center will spread over $< MW u L k4 d; :tfs
eight acres of the 532 site. :
About two-thirds of the ware- r tr ). #.$4. Ii
house space will be devoted to .
storage of some 10,000 different
nor.-refrigerated items -groceries,
health and beauty aids,- housewaresand .
soft goods. The remainder will t I
be refrigerated. for storage of I It
meat, dairy: delicatessen produce,
frozen food and seafood.
Frozen food facilities company
officials said, will be the most
modern in Jacksonville, encompassing "
VAIY
half a million cubic feet wherea I rr
constant temperature of five degrees :4Yh 4A
below zero will] be maintained.The ::1
produce section will include {) _
more than an acre of floor space

devoted banana to ripening pre-packaging rooms. and seven f.Stiti.r: 1 I I 14: i I y i I :

The latest materials handling :yx $
techniques and equipment will be
used to insure speedy handling of
merchandise and preservation of ,
C.2 ,
quality and freshness, according to
MrKramer.. f'

The new Food Fair warehouse r _
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: .wbK n Yav.ro Yab4 iif -- r.N w..y
will have facilities for unloading of p TT : : rr
33 railroad cars under cover and _

80 truck bays. ,
The building will be of pre- .drlr!
stressed, pre-cast Concrete walls,
steel and gypsum roof.
The distribution center is expected -
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to be completed in its entirety -
late in 1960. It is expected the
warehouse will be in operation by ,:
mid-jear 1960. _

Plans were drawn by Kasoff .. .. .. ",_. -.,,- -- : .... .. .,., .:.:
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Phi la. The food chain will super-
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serve Whitlow Construction'as by is general area general work contractors.contractor.superintendent.will be-James performed KING SIZE COKE HAS MORE FOR YOU :.


Food Fair Stores is the nation's ......ra OF?.
sixth largest retail food chain, anda
pioneer in the supermarket concept -

Last week it marked the open- :. .,. : ,; : .' I.'" Get. value, lift, refreshment, too!
ing of its 400th market in a nine- I
state chain serving the eastern Be really refreshed. always buy Coke! ,
Florida.seaboard from Connecticut to I'


ville The area firm in Aug.entered 1958 the through Jackson-the GET SEVERAL CARTONS FOR YOUR HALLOWEEN PARTY !

acquisition of the chain of Setzer KING REGULAR

Super Stores. At that time, it announced I
plans for a $25 million
expansion program in Florida. a .:BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE CO CA COLA COMPANY BY MADISON COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANYa
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, SportslNitlTRandy Ir CONSTRUCTIONNew WMU of First Baptist Church
reading a recent article I was The home of Henry Flemings in SPORTING NEEDS will meet at the church Monday
WITH RANDY impressed by a reference someone the Pinch settlement was completely and Remodeling a. m. at 10 o'clock November 2nd,
r made to one of the great biblical pat- destroyed by fire Sunday night, Oct for: the monthly] mission program
Well, we are off to another big yearat riarchs as being "half as old as 18th, while he was away. Origin of Howerton Supply Co. e EVINRUDE MOTORS md business.
NFJC, all of us have had a long time", a ripe old age indeed. the fire is unknown. Everything in I e CAMERAS & SUPPLIES -x--
summer and are ready to get backto the large house burned up. Atlantic Coast (FHTNC) Gilbert
How old is time? We have thoughtof 0 FISHING TACKLE
the old grind. There was no sportsat I i l M Thomas, airman apprentice, USN
NFJC last year, but we are plan- time as the bearded old patriarchwho 0 BROWNINGVIN ESTER sot; of Mr and Mrs Melvin Thomas
with his ever-ready sickle severs COMPLETE PEST CONTROLFREE
ning on having a basketball team REMINGTON GUNS of Route 1, Lee, is serving aboard
the life string of one individual and anti-submarine aircraft carrier
this year. Some of the boys are he
planning on staying at Madison during waits calmly and methodically for INSPECTION 0 HOBBY CRAFT JSS[ Randolph operating with the
' the basketball season There are that moment when the next-and the BURKE EXTERMINATING CO. & COMPLETE PHOTO SHOP IT. S. Second Fleet off the Atlantic
t four periods of physical education next life cord will be severed. Yet 0 SPORTING GOODS coast.
. this There than nine- never have we thought of the old
year. are more $ LAMBRETTA MOTOR
ty boys participating in physical edu- patriarch's age. Q JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist SCOOTERS Your Frame CAN BEa
cation. Mr. Thompson, the instructor Surely there are other things than
the 111 East Green St., flattering accessory
is really rought on calesthemics. time itself which last through
Calesthemics is the first thing thatis ages. Individuals come and go Phone 2934PERRY THE SPORT CENTERCastle Hundreds to Choose From
done when the boys arrive at phy- across life's stage, but ideas and TRADE WHERE THEY ARE
sical education. After calestemics is ideals live on....Patience, kindness, FLORIDAWe Park Shopping Center MADE
loyalty, truth, worthy ambition, de exterminate Roaches Ants Termites Fleas and
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Thompson says the best way to swim \otion-these are nobler Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc. Valdosta Ga. CH 4-0534
fast is to get in a race. We have that urge man on to vaster
been racing up and down the pool issues. These live on and on through
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every since we started swimming.
Some of the best swimmers in physi- Education is a great force in'im I
cal education are: Richard Whitfield, plementing life's ideals. Our own S.'
Marvin Strickland, Jimmy Ferns, institution travels a new orbit in the 9 .
I Jerry Coker, Billy Ray Hill, Bubba great outer space of learning. The
f Green, Ben Mainer, and Don Colys.To students of this institution have called .:, w ,
wind up the swimming, everybody I themselves Sentinels and Trailblazers. a5 Iyj 7bn ,le :
had to float for about 30 minutes. Sentinels to guard and preservethe 6esti /
During swimming some of the boys great ideals of the ages and, in 9 ye
show real talent for diving, some of implementing these ideals, to blaze Q ryr
these are: Bobo Santee, Wayne Long, new trails of life, trails through which
Tommy Green, Mike O'Steen. Time may afford a richer more abun-
Some of the activities that will be dant life.
t pursued after swimming are: handball A. J. Hargrove

tennis, golf, horseshoe, archery,
I volleyball, softball, touch football and
track. Basketball practice will start NAVACO AWNINGS r
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SCHOOL NOTICE OF DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION TAX Joint Session Of Annual Staff And I Clean, Wholesome Ads

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; -- Newspaper Staff Of N. F. J. C. Center-Hill, Florida -

: Pursuant to the provisions of -- October 21, 1959
i -, Chapter 23,726 Laws of Florida -- Mr T C Merchant Sr: )
: and other applicable ,provisions of (Overflow from Trailblazer) chosen as Most Dependable during Dear Mr Merchant, I have enjoyed .
I the Laws of Florida regular biennial We are now at the beginning of a I his senior year Malcome is very Interested reading the "Home TownPaper"

!' school elections are hereby ordered new year of college and the time to I In sports especially football. for the past year or more. i ,,
Iii-ld in Special Tax School District elect new officers to the Student He also enjoys hunting and reading. It was a farewell gift ,to me from 1 I II &
'I number 1 (which includes the entire Council has arrived. We feel that it' Last year Malcome was the Taylor Bessie when she left for Japan. I I I _/
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County- of Madison under present is important for the voters to know all'I County representative to the Student have often thought of writing to 4LtbUpprRmoo =

Laws) on November 3, 1959. The i about the people that they will be Council. He has also been active in let you, Curry, and Mrs Vann THE UDDER BOOM NASHVtUt TENNESSEE

cinct elections will] be held at each pre- voting for, so at this time I would I the B. S. U. while_ he has been herein know I appreciated reading everything I -... _._1.- 1 .SBiU'MJM' .. .!.U'
voting center
(as used for like to introduce you to the candidatesfor N. F. J. C. Malcome is in favor ofa in the paper. I pass it on I

primary the" following and general duly appointed elections) with- the office of President of the Student wider sports program' here in" N. F. now to a dear old lady who used READ ROMANS 2::12-1 J J 6 will fade out little by little andlea.e 1

to hold said elections: personnel Council; Mr. Ben Mainor, Mr. J. C. to Mrs live out near Midway School, I Herein do I exercise myself, to you in the dark and withouta
Tommie Green is in his ( Katherine Hicks). She has Your
PRECINCT NO. MADISON Malcome Page and Mr. Tommie presently i have always a conscience of offence guide. \\hole life depends
lived
Rev James T Barber, Clerk. Greene. second year at N. F. J. C. and is a not 1 21. in Madison County since toward God. and toward men. (Acts on your heeding this inner voice."

Frances Sanders, Mrs Lois Raines, Ben Mainor is presently in his sophomore. He is taking business Of course there 24:16). Parker then added: "No event in

Mrs Paul McClune. second year at N. F. J. C. and' is a courses to prepare himself for a ca- names in the are news many, but unfamiliar I- The conscience may be defined as my life has made so deep"and last-

PRECINCT NO. 1-A MADISON sophomore. He is interested hi agri- reer in forestry. After graduation am always glad when I see the whisper of God sounding ing an impression on me.

James D Scruggs, Jr, Clerk. Mrs culture and plans to major in some from NFJC he plans to continuehis name I know, and just to know a down the aisles of the souL" x x PRAYER: 0 God. grant, we be-
Joe Bevan, Sirs W P Ellis, Mrs phase of it. He has not yet decided education at the University of they are still living. Theodore Parker tells us that as seech Thee' that the blood of Jesus

Georgia Edwards. where he will continue his education: Georgia. Tommie was born in Madison After reading your editorial of a boy of four he found a turtle on Christ may purge us of our sins.

PRECINCT NO. MADISON after graduation from N. F. J. C. I on October 28, 1938 and has beena October 16th I felt I must let his father's farm. He had pickedup Through the quickening power of

Bill Russell Clerk. Myrtice Ham- Ben was born in Eufaula, Alabama resident of this area ever since. He I I you know how much I appreciatedyour a rock and was about to break the eternal Spirit help us to be-

rick, Kathleen Hughey. Mrs Julian on August 24, 1936. He moved to attended Madison Elementary and efforts for clean, wholesome its shell when a voice within said come new creatures in Christ and
Gibson. Miami Florida and attended Miami Madison High School. During the I "It is wrong." He threw down the serve Thee, our living God. In the
PRECINCT NO. ninth and tenth he the Ads.Bessie his mother. name of Jesus Christ, who taughtus
2-A-MADISON Senior High School. While in high : grades was (Sanders) Gordy was in rock and went crying to
Isham Harris, Clerk. Eloise Wade, the Den Chief of a Cub Scout Troop. The, my home a short while last month. He asked her what told him it was to pray, "Our Father who art
school, he played on intramural in heaven...._..-Amen."
Mrs Lester Register, Mrs Mary football team. Ben received a large ummer after finishing the tenth She is looking well. wrong.As .
Jean Christmas. he to to forestry Give love to May and his she said. THOUGHT FOR THE DAY The
amount of recognition in the high grade was picked go a my re- she wiped tears,
PRECINCT NO. 3-LEE school band. He achieved the posi- camp bcause of the interest he member me to the folks I used to "Some people call it conscience Word of God and the Holyv Spirit
R M Moore Clerk. C E Donaldson, the had shown in that field. In high knqw. Sincerely Mattie Howell. but I prefer to call it the voice of sharpen the sensitivity of one's
of
tions of both second
captain
C C Erannen, John Mickler. school Tommie showed much inter- God in the soul. If you listen to it, conscience.
band and first lieutenant in the con Beshai Saed Beshai (Egypt)
PRECINCT NO.
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then it will speak clearer and clearer -
est in sports. He was on both the track
MOSELEY HALL cert band. He plays the baritone SlightCharge If World-wide Bible Reading II
and football teams for four years. and always guide you right.
horn. Ben also served the Student
Wash Johnson, Clerk. Mrs Fay on Thessalonians 2:1-17:
deaf to it, then it .
His senior year in high school he was you turn a ear
Council while he was in high school.
Tutcn, Mrs Thelma Louise Rainey, I
captain of an all conference football il\. slight charge is made for
I.lo\d Brannen. Ben came to N. F. J. C. last year :
team. While he was in high school, ALL ENTERTAINMENT
PRECINCT NO. 5-GREENVILLE and served as the out of area repre- 0
Tommie also served the Student
T S Studstill, Clerk. J A Miller, sentative to the Student Council. Ben on NOTICES
Lamar Patrick; Gerald Bishop. enjoys working with the Student Council for four years. During his -
(regardless of )
last in high school he was elect- sponsor
PRECINCT NO. 5-A GREENVILLEC Council and hopes to be able to do year ALL NOTICES OF MONEY-
II Brannen, Clerk. J D Clayton so this year.Malcome ed vice president of the senior class Q TIMBER WANTED!
and picked for Best Personality.After RAISING PROJECTS
David Byrd, Lawton Burnett. Page was also a memberof

PRECINCT NO. 6 HAMBURG the N. F. J. C. student body last graduation, Tommie attended (regardless of sponsor) Any pine timber for sale, regardless -
Lewis Gaston, Clerk. Sam Jarvis, Mercer University. While at Mercerhe Prices are reasonable. Rising selective
cutting or
year. He is studying for a degree in of quantity;
Roy Bush Albert Waldrep. law and plans to further his educa- again served on the Student Coun- production costs force us to omit whole tracts. Please call ADEL
PRECINCT NO. 7 CHERRY LAKE cil. ALL FREE ADVERTISING.
GEORGIA 7161 or 7501 COLLECT
tion at the University of Florida. ,
Jack Johns, Clerk. George Burn- THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER
Malcome born in Florida Tommie came to N. F. J. C. last or write
ett, Sr, Mrs Theda Sapp, Mrs Bob was Perry, Vice Presidentof ---
on October 22, 1940. He attended year and was elected HANSON METHODIST CHURCH
Millner. the Student Council. He was chairman DEL-COOK TIMBER CO.P.
Cabbage Grove School until he reached
PRECINCT NO. 8 PINETTABob Preaching Services every First .
Bass, Clerk. John Hadden, the eighth'grade.. lie then went to of the "Car Wash" sponsoredby and Third Sunday 11:00 a. m.
Council last For Box '499
the Student year.
M C Herring. J Arthur Cruce. Taylor County High School where he and 7:00 p. m.
PRECINCT NO. 9-TUTENIlroward graduated. While in high school, Mal the past two years, Tommie helpedto Sunday School every Sunday ADEL GEORGIA

Sever, Clerk. Mrs Mattie come was a member of both the Key coach the Madison High School B i 10:30 a. m. 1
Icy, William II Sever. Club and Beta Club. He was a memo team. lie is also a member pf the Family Night Saturday before

PRECINCT NO. 10 HIXTOWN ber of the Beta Club for three years Valdosta Racing Association and is Every second Sunday 6:00 p. ro.'

George Rykard, Clerk. Howard and served as vice president for one presently working on a car to enterin REV. C M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor

Hughey, Mrs Russell Martin, Mrs year. While in the eleventh grade he competition.

Albert McLeod. was sports editor of the school paper Tommie says that if he is electedhis Expense-paid, trip for 2O farm couples !
PRECINCT NO. 11 MACEDONIA and he was sports editor of the an- main interest will be to promote

Hugh Williams, Clerk. Dalton nual his senior year. He played football better understanding betwen the student t
Woodard, Emory Jackson J R New- .
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body and the faculty. r f I
one year in high school and was I IJr .
some. -
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PRECINCT NO. 12 WINQUEPIN Miss Ann Ross of Panama City; a tik

Willie Mathis, Clerk. Louie WebbJ I former Madisonian, was the weekend BIG
H Williams, Truman Webb. guest of Miss Connie Pepera at
Highest Cash Prices I
Board of County Commissioners FS U. -.-. ,,
:Madison County, Florida 7-lt-Ch: -

The two purposes of these elections For Pecans '54 Ford % ton panel t.: '

in accordance with Law areas BERMUDA

follows: CHERRY'S FEED STORE ,, .
L To elect three persons (each $450HARDEE

of whom must be a duly qualified
school elector as hereinafter defined l LEE, FLORIDA MOTOR CO.

) to serve as trustees of I HOLIDAY '
Special Tax School District Number

1 (the entire county) for the ensu- I S ;

irp biennium beginning January, r'
1960, and until their successors are INTERESTING: FACTS ABOUT FLORIDA ?

duly qualified. In February 1960 20 ( x
winning
2. To fix the district millage rate r ,

to be levied on the 10 mills and -.>. couples in the Allis-Chalmers j[ f4
district tax rolls in accordance with I Fall Purchase f
Contest will vacation -
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The Trustees run on a county- "I" in balmy Bermuda and .

vtlcJe basis and no two can be r- ,..' visit fabulous New York City..
elected from any one Board Mem-

ber residence district (same n 1 .s i '% 1A -' f'r 't
territory and numbers as CountyCynamissioners Contest is easy to enter-

Districts). I .n. by doing part of your spring
I In order to vote in these elec- .
tions a person must meet all the equipment buying now" '
following qualifications: 1 1I I
1. Be a legal resident of Madison -! t r
lived in the I II Real opportunity to wm-
: County (having II I
State at least one year and the I I entries are limited to Allis- -
County at least 6 months prior to Chalmers
I T Ra customers whose
the date of election). I
2. Be a registered voter on the buying qualifies them between

h\ General election Books. I September 25 and the end'Of .. ,.w J
3. Be a taxpayer on real or OF TAMPAThe
UNIVERSITY the ,,;u ,
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personal property (or both) in icor.BE 1
Madison County and hold a 1958; University was established in 1933 and occupies the former 4.

receipt for taxes paid to County Tampa Bay Hotel building. The building was designed by J. A. A V/INNER! Plan to 4' '
Tax Collector of Madison Count. Wood and completed in 1891. The twelve domed towers and
(It might be well to carry this to bulbous minarets are topped with silver crescents. There are join the other winning couples

the polls in event any question 402 rooms, music and ballrooms and a solarium.The. Universityis for a week of fun and sun.
arises). The location of the pro- co-educational.

crtv has no consequence, just since SEE US FOR THE DETAILS -J44 ,. I
it is in Madison County, Florida. hours shall apply to these elections. RIGHT AWAY! -', rt a!
The candidates (or "write-in" This covers hours polls are open J HEARTH ACHES | J

spaces) will be listed on election (7:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m.), methodsof d
tickets in five groups (one group conducting election, counting Cental f.blal E:duel, ..... m4 Loot ..... '

for each Board Member residence i ballots, etc.
district; same as County Commissioner Each manager is hereby requested -
Districts). You will vote for to call for ballot oox dur- Ask W atari fft.At1it-Cholmn pfa tofbimct t

only three (3) persons and not ing the day of Saturday, October I row ffmt-pwrdbas* 01101. .,....,. .
more than one in each of three 31, 1059, at the office of the Supervisor -
groups. If you vote for more than of Registration in the Court ':
three on the entire ticket or more House.

than one in each of three groups The County School Board shall .. ,4 ";.4'L AUIHAUIEItS < > : o ; i
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vour ticket will be void and will constitute the.final canvassing Boardto r ;- wu
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not count. determine the elected trustees. SALES AND, SERVICE -:
When your ticket is finished as The rule for.determining this is as _
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to trustees if correct it will' be as follows: : :
X's opposite three three candidates who : 1 : Ut
follows: Three The highest Ib-
candidates in three different groups live in three separate Board Menior / 1fp'5o", rHDon't /' J.B. tzz1ii ..rALUSCHALMERS ::"-" -
and two groups will have no X's Districts shall be the three TRACTORSSHELL '
know better than to
appearing. That -gives you three elected trustees for district (County you INC.

otes for three persons each one ina ; v leave a loaded weapon wherea

different group.The SI MARCUS W CHERRY JR I child can find it?" ,"
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.l, 1 1i il Registered SurveyorPhone PREPARE NOWTo Don't Throw That Slick .

t sell T.V. adrtised AVONChristmas :

J tJ HU 3-2372 I rifts and cosmetics.We .
tI MADISON. FLORIDA train you. Write AVON
Tire !
I ifjo jS< JM For your grinding and mix Box 3103 Tallahassee Fla. away

,. ing on your farm, call WEST ---iHEALTH- ..
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END MILLING COMPANY,

i: W. B. Davis, Jr. Highest Cash Prices Quitman, Ga Call phone 4971 BRING IT TO THE

collect. .

rI I REAL BUSINESS ACREAGE ESTATE INDUSTRIAL BROKERAGE FARMS: For Pecans 7 NOTICEThe i I, 1"O.P.rCS"" Al \ M- -".Ni i1ICFl oridaY1Reeap' mg Company -


ESTATES RESIDENTIAL CHERRY'S FEED STORELEE. I \ '
i APPRAISALS On U. S. 90,_opposite RAgans Motor Co.

. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE FLORIDA Board of County Commissioners -! A S.ric of Y..r Doctor 01 MH ci.e, -. Madison Fla.
TITLE INSURANCE of Madison County Florida Yaw Local Medici Society ..* *. ,
" 112 West Base Street FOR RENT: Downstairs furnished will! offer for sale to the highest I I'kriM hellcal Anod.tic&

MADISON. FLORIDA apartment and a newly furnished bidder four (4) junk automobiles as KPHTHDUA TODAY and get new tire service out of it
I Phone HU 3-6277 garage apartment. Apply MRSJ follows: Diphtheria is nearly nonexistent
1 Mercury today whereas at the
J NEWMAN, Phone HU 3-2523
1 Kaiser turn of the century, it was the WE ALSO" HAVE+RE-CAP TIRES .
I. BROADUS WILLOUGHBY 311 North Range St. 4-4t-ch 1 t atk leading cause of death in 'FOR'SALE
Chevrolet the United States. As with
REALTOR -- FOR RENT: Two ('(.tagest one 1 Ford many other, quiescent diseases,
Phone,, residence.office, HU HU 3-6481 36481UADISOK. completely furnished and one All bids *must be submitted be-i: diphtheria is still potentially a They will give you all the Tread Service 'A New Tire
PhOne FLORIDA partly furnished near my home on fore 9:00 a. m. November 4, 1959. : threat .ptot&ctive.. measures
Mange Street one block from the The bids will be opened at that :' must be maintained against it. will, or more, and at much less cost .t
From the 1910 to 1919. in
FOR SALE: Modern 3-bedroom business center. Ideal for college time. These cars will be sold as i years
New York
City alone, there
'I wasa
house. Floor furnace. One-acre lot. students. Rental $30. and $25 per junk and the buyer will not be yearly average of almost Yours for tire conservation
For quick sale. month. Contact MRS OTIS PEAVY able to obtain a title. The Board 15,000 cases of diphtheria with

One 100-acre farm, good house Phone HU 3-6811 or Night Phone reserves the right to reject any .I 1,200 deaths annually.for NORTH fLOR/DA RECAPPING CO
Diphtheria toxoid active ,
paved road, near schools and HU 3-6385. 8-lt-ch and all bids. I
immunization was introduced in
churches. Only 13500. FOR LEASE: My place of 65 DALE M. LESLIE Clerk 1922. Between 1933 and 1953 in ,
Several other farms. Board of County Commissioners.Oct the United States, the number ,
acres 6 miles north of Green- 23-2t-ch of reported cases of diphtheria I
FOR SALE: Aluminum: house Greenville-Quitman declined from 18,000 to about I II
ville
on
2,000. Since the introduction of
22 x 8 ft, fully furnished
trailer, G-E toxin-antitoxin and toxoid for i
highway. Available for 3 to AppliancesHowerton
$600 cash. 7% hp Wizard out active immunization and-later
board $50 cash. C B DAVIS 513 (> years. G H THIGPEN, antibiotics for treatment the Lee 4-H Club NewsThe G-E Appliances

NW Washington St. Madison, phone FA 2-5978 Rt 2, Box Supply Co. destructiveness of diphtheria
8-lt-pd has been further reduced. In
. Florida. 43, Sanford, Fla. 8-2t-pd 1950 there were' 410 deaths from Howerton Supply Co.
this disease in the United States .
Lee 4-H Club met Wednesday -
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FOR SALE: Dairy fertilizer oak State B. S. U. Leader I and in 1956, there were but 80. October 21. Everyone attended.At .
and two fuel In 1958 in Florida there were
and pine wood HELP WANTEDYou the beginning we were givena
r. !MACK HADDEN three deaths reported. Hoboes On
Duty
heaters. -
oil Fla. 8-4t-ch Speaks To Local ClubThe Diphtheria is an infectious demonstration by Kathryn Thomason
HU 36293.Madison. ? disease world-wide in scope and the subject. Home Improvement.She .
can become successful in Baptist Student Union is really caused by contact with a per- did a wonderful job in show-
$1.40 son who is afflicted or is a car- MHS band will stage their annual -
FOR SALE: Seminole oats forward successful ing the to set a table.
r business for yourself. Opportunitynow looking to a year. rier. There are three definite proper way Hobo
915%. No project beginning Nov.
per bushel; germination SAMPA- in Madison County. For information They are now in the process of electing control measures against diph- Then Glenda Thomas gave a 2. doing odd jobs, to raise money
noxious or other weeds. see C E HOWE 914 officers and leaders. Their sponsor theria: (1) the Schick test to demonstration on how to make
for a trip. Call the band HU
LA:' LAKE FARMS Phone HU White St. Live writeRAWLEIGH'S I determine susceptibility so that sandwiches. She also did a wonderful room,
Oak. or is Mr. J. C. Moore and pastor advisor 3-6717, for further details. A big
I 7-4t-ch: those who are susceptible can I .
3-6860. DEPT. FAJ-140-534 Mr. James T. Barber.At I be immunized without the necessity job.Officers parade will be staged Mon., Nov. 2
shade poles Memphis Tenn. their last meeting Mr. Joe: of having to do it to wero elected as follows: in the business section beginningat
FOR SALE: Tobacco Oct. 2, 16, 30, Nov. 6, 13, 20, pd Webb, the state-wide B. S. U. Secretary -I everyone; (2) toxoid to create President, Carol Henderson; Vice- 3:45 p. m. 9-lt-pd-adv't
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and fence posts. immunity and (3) antitoxin for President, Lucretia Thomas; Council -
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r VEY. 104 Peach St. HOMER- was a special guest. He spoke 4 treatment. Delegate I Geraldine Almand;
VILLE GA., Phone HU 7-2117. WANTED: Two curb girls and a concerning activities and purposes of, Widely used today is the triple Recreation Leader Edwina Lasse- '
6-5t-pd night cook. Curb service 3 p. M. the Baptist Student Union. I vaccine for prevention of ; 58 Chevrolet 2-door
Sharon
diphtheria tetanus and ter; Reporter, Waters.
to 12 p. m. at WHITE-TOP whooping -
An important event coming is the,
up cough. This vaccine is Record books were given'! out
usually -
FOR SALE: Practice piano.: See DRIVE-IN on U S 53 south of Florida Baptist Student Convention given at one to four monthsof and everyone seemed interestedwith $1495HARDEE
MRS HAZEL WEST, at Kath- Madison. 3ltchWANTED which will be held at the First Bap-.I age with booster doses one the projects. L. .
leen's Beauty Parlor or call HU tilt Church in Lakeland, Florida on year later and again at intervals This
year we are having a
3-6762 after 6 pm. 4-tf-ch I : Some nice, soft, clean October- 30-November 1. I once during the childhood.scourge of Diphtheria childhood judging team which will go to i MOTOR CO.

FOR SALE: Large electric refrigerator rags. No buttons or woolens. THE Each Baptist Student of N. F. J. C. is now under control and shouldbe Tallahassee to judge a variety of --
in good condition. Can I ENTERPRISERECORDER.WANTED is urged to become an active mem kept that way through con things. On the judging team are: I Almand were awarded a pin each.

be bought for $30. at home of I ber in B. S. U., which means applying ----+stant-------1"---vigilance.---- Udean Colvin, Delores Merritt, An-! Lucretia got a pin on Gardeningand
Sadie Mae Thigpen, two miles I TO BUY: Ear corn 85c Christianity to every phase nette Lasseter, Ruby Williams I Geraldine was given a pin on
west of Greenville on U S 90. bushel. Will haul it. HENRY and activity of your college life.jE 56 Ford 4-door loaded Lucretia Thomas, Sharon Waters, Clothing. We are very proud of
. 8-lt- )114SSER. 7-2t-ch Geraldine Almand, and Judy Searcy. these girls and we think that not
We are proud to say that our only these girls are going to get
FOR SALE: Florida Black Rye TAKEN UP: At my place Friday Electric Blankets $1095HARDEE club has 38 members. We hope to pins but others are going to work
and AB110 Oats. High germination. Oct. 16, four hogs. Owner may keep these members and each year hard for one. We'll have more newson
CARL SMITH Rt. 2, Madi have same by paying costs. D E next month's
BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. MOTOR CO. we want our club to increase. report.
son. Fla. 9-lt-pd. ROVVELL, S. Range St. Madison, Lucretria Thomas and Geraldine SHARON WATERS, Reporter
Fla. 83tchI -

QUTMAN AM NOW TAKING ORDERS for I
tobacco plants for the 1960 crop.
I
a TELEVISION SERVICE Plants being grown on Albert
Coody's shade tobacco farm.
BUDDY SMITH. 7-2t-ch
1 401 E Stevens Sl
We Repair MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHEN
Reeord-Players-Automobile RadiosA with G-E appliances and PRE-

Few Choice SelectionsIN CISIONWARE CABINETS. Up
USED TV SETS to 5 years to pay. Call or write
satisfaction HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. HU
Work guaranteed
PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE 3-6681, Madison. Fla. 7-tf-ch

OUR WAY OF SAYING LIVE STOCK AUCTION

"THANK YOU" SELL your cattle and hogs in our
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Phone 9481 Quitman Ga. auction each Monday. Sales start at I
Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK
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YARDS, Monticello, FIlL 3-tf-ch .

BEFORE SELLING your timberor like little.
Were orb a ,
timber land please see me. f
also Interested in buying a GIRARDIN JEWELERS :t:',
limited amount of pine-hardwood

pulpwood delivered by truck to For j ; 4/; Some liked ot. .
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. f (
See, write or call SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL J
|_ P. GIBSON DIAMONDS JEWELRY I -
Rt. 3, Madison, Florida EXPERT
t Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 REPAIRINGIt 1 1 1 :
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MEMBERS .
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WEDNESDAY BRIDAL I J .i.l; NO WAIT! NO WORRY! NO WASTE!

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Mutual VALDOSTA GA. t /' all the hot water you need right when you need it.

R f0 PS IJ Unlike old style water heaters, there are no burners to light, .
Exchange 303 No. Patterson
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MADISON FLORIDA .. Sheating elements, electric water heaters can be safely I

FOR SALE: One acre of good J. D. ScruggsFORESTER .
cane $500. EDGAR BLAIR R 2, .Ill placed anywhere.

Madison. Fla. 8-lt-pd $f!!

ron SALE: Florida_black rye. $3.50 REGISTERED. HU 36186MADISON SURVEYORPh. J.:: "l Fast action means economy, too, so see the new electric

per bushel at farm. COLEMAN FLA. II water* heaters at your appliance dealer's or plumber's: I
RICHARDSON Rt. 2. Madison ..
t ) ( l&FOR .'. live better today. the All Electric wayl! f!
Florida. | ; FED IWID 6t BANK f ) .,.iff.. tt :. .

RENT(Fun e with one bedroom .living room,, Farm Timber' Ranch Loans 1- T, ,. J". :. ... .
and private bath, foi '
Kitchen '\ I
*couple opl>;, Also for sale; Three: Long Terms- ', Low InterestSEE' \ I : : FLORIDA P011 ER CORPORATION I.!!!' .
fllCKINSON.K REPRESENTATIVE Al
fuel'of l1hea\ep. 4rSiZ F THE f Jr" \
Phone HU 3.2396. THE; MADISON COURT HOUSF 4,;;;;iI : ;
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CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES t 'li' -

CHURCH CHURCHA 118 N. Orange St. .
A preaching service every Sunday NEED YOUR WATCH REPAIRED When buying your

WE WELCOME YOU preaching Service every Sunday Book Study: Wednesday 7:30 p. m.
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. morning1st Service Meeting: Friday 7:30 p. m. SEE KELLY WATCHMAKERAll I E-R from Newsboys .
lnd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. Repair Work Guaranteed
Ministry School: Friday 8:30 p. m. ,
and 3rd Sundays 10:00)( a. m 1GI
Sunday School each 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. Bible lecture: Sunday 3:00 p. m. GOOD USED WATCHESNew Please DO NOT park In the

Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Sunday School every Sunday. Watchtower Study: watches and bands fur that street and make your newsboy rubout

Prayer Service each 1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 Sunday 4:15 p. m. appreciated gift.KELLY'S into the street to make a stle.
8:00 m. a. m. I
Wednesday p. the curb.
2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. REPAIR SHOP. Kindly pull over to
Family Night covered have instructions
Our newsboys
Family Night Covered Dish Supper MADISON l All
dish supper, Friday Jumbo Hamburgers 30c I to STAY OUT of the streets, and
before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m.Woman's Friday night after second Sunday 1
will -
l cooperating
4 we appreciate your AGED
RAYOR
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Choicest of Steaks and
Society of every month promptly at 7:00 p. m. with us AND THEM for

Christian Service Woman's Society of Christian Service Foods at WHITE TOP THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very 4
meets Thursday after meets on Monday night after NOTICE TO CREDITORS I YEARS
DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53,, much.
3st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. FLORIDA STATUTESIN IN WOODPepsiCola
Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meets south of Madison. 3-lt-ch THE COURT OF THE COUNTY For Madison

alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY, Bouquet
after FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.In .
Tuesday
Springs Tuesday after the 4th Sunday SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW
4th Sunday 8:00 p. m. re: Estate ofV L Collins, Doctor and
8:00 p. -m. M A F People
Official Board meets 1st Wed- Deceased. ,
The Official Board meets ach 7:30 A, M. Gospel Music
nesday each even numbered. month 7:55 News TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS -

after prayer service. month following the supper on 8:00 Baptist Hour HAVING CLAIMS OR DE Hospital Staff Bottling Co.

Commission on Education' meets Family NightP. 8:30 Gospel Music MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE:

l.st Wednesday 'each odd numbered K. ROWELL, S. S. Supt 9:00 Revival Time You and each of you are hereby October 19 1959 PERRY, FLORIDACOMPLETE

month after prayer service. MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE, Treas.C. 9:30 Gospel Concert notified and required to present any Editor 9 BD MS- BjaBnBBBSCn--

JAMES SHEFFIELD', S. S. Supt.THOMAS B. DAVIS PASTOR 10:00 News claims and demands which you, or THE ENTERPRISERECORDERMadison -- s_ _- -.- .

SURLES, HARRY :M- 10:05 Sunday Serenade either of you, may have against Florida I LINE
COCHRAN Asst's.' the estate ofV L Collins de-
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LEE METHODIST CHURCH 10:45 Prelude to Worship Dear Editor:
C. B. DAVIS, Pastor. 11:00 ceased, late of said County, to the
Morning Worship I should like to take this oppor-
County Judge of Madison County, FLOOR TILES
CHURCH Preaching Every Sunday.1st 12:00 News tunity to write you regarding the
FIRST BAPTIST Florida, at his office in the court
FLA. and 3rd Sundays 12:15 Afternoon :Melodies splendid people who make up your
GREENVILLE, _...:. 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 m. 12:55 News house of said County at Madison. AND
Sunday School ..__ 10:00 A. M. p. Florida within eight calendar CityWhile
11:00 A. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays &:00 a. m. 1:00 Afternoon Melodies traveling on October llth.
Worship
Morning months from the time of the first
Baptist Training Course' 6:45 P. M. Sunday School Every 1:30 Afternoon Melodies I it was necessary for us to hos- CABINET TOPS

7:30 P. M. Sunday_....___._ 10:00 a. m. 1:40 Serenade In Blue publication of this notice. Each pitalize our young son Madison..
E'eningVorship
claim demand shall be in writing
or
P.M Methodist Youth Fellowship 1:55 News During this emergency, we were
Prayer Meeting Wei 7:30 .. .. 2:00 Hour : Decision and shall state the place of
-- -- ---- ----_ 6:00 p. m o forced to leave another infant son Howerton Supply Co.
METHODIST CHURCH ZEB 2:30 Musical Sunday residence and post office addressof
HANSON WILLIAMS Pastor : and a 7-year-old daughter in the
Preaching Services every First BOB SEARCY, Sunday School Supt 255 News the claimant, and shall be sworn lobby of the hospital. It was hard I -' I. -- .
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and Third Sunday 11:00 A. M. 3:00 Musical Sunday to by the claimant, his agent or to believe that we were strangers I 6---- __ _- _-_-- _, "_-

and 7:30 P. M. PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 3:55 News his attorney, and any such claim or since everyone there took such an

Sunday School every Sunday 4:00 Hit Parade demand not so filed shall be void. interest in our children and looked STATEMENTOF \
Preaching every Sunday MARY D COLLINS. I
10:30 A. M. 4:55 News
after them until we were able to TIllWERSHIP.: ,
Sunday School ___ L"lst111 :
10:00 A. M. As executrix of the
Family Night Saturday before 5:00 Music At Sundown send them home. I have had the I
Morning Worship 11:00 A. :M. and Testament of W L Collins de- MANAGEMENT ETC., OP
M.
Every second Sunday 4:00.P.. u 5:30 Headline & Weather I privilege of being in many towns
REST. C. M. SAPPINGTON. Pastor Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. 5:33 Sign Off ceased. but never have I come in contact The EnterpriseRecorderpublished

Evening Worship __ 8:00 P. M.: PROGRAMS SUBJECT TC I First publication October 23rd 1959 I, with persons so genuinely)" friendly. weekly at :Madison FLu,

KOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting every CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE 8-4t-pd Ii the people of your county are ua required by Acts ol Congress,

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. :M. FLORIDA HIGH.WINS all as nice ai those in your city for. Oct. 1st. 1959.

Morning Worship .....m 11:00 A. M. W B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ it certainly must be a wonderful Publisher and Editor T. C. Merchant -
6:30 P. M. place in which to live! Madiscn, Fla.
P ptist Training Union ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union Daily Program Schedule Florida High's football team de-1 :
Evening Worship ...._.___ 7:30 P. :M. We wish to commend Dr'.Goa- Managing Editor and Business
feated Madison High in Tallahassee :Manager, T. C. Merchant Jr.. Mad
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Director.ERNEST pins, the nurses and the entire hos-
GURR, Minister WMAP 1220 ON YOUR DIAL last Friday night 13 to 6 Donnie ison Fla.Owners.
Brotherhood list Thursday 6:00 A.BL On Floyd threw a 15-yard pass to pital staff who conscientiously gaveof : T. C. Merchant, T. C.
of each month at ___._ 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO 6:02 Fla.Sign Farm Hr. Johnny Plant for Madison's only their services to us. We feel Merchant Jr., Shirley Adele Merchant -

W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. :M.Evelene NEW 'HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 6:25VorId & State News counter, while Charlie Calhoun that the hospital facilities in Madison Mae Merchant Thomas Curry

Kelley Circle 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour bucked the line for one touchdownfor are a credit to your community. Merchant III, and Mary Anthony
2:30 P. Is!. would also like to thank the
we
3rd Thursday Come With Us
Worship
6:43 Rudy Hamrick. the winners and threw a 53- Merchant all cf Madison Fla.
V. L. SINGLETARY S. S. Supt. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Florida Highway Patrol who offered
(Mon. Wed. Fri.) yard pass to Jimmy Cook for an. Bondholders, mortgagees etc:
ALBERT B.T.U. Director __ their assistance while we were there.
KELLEY. Morning Worship 11:00 A. M
after .
oo 6:55 World News other. Strickland scored a point None. .
REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN Pastor My family and I shall be ever
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M.
7:00 State New touchdown. Average number of copies of each
WELCOME TO EeningV ........ 7:30 P. M. 7:05 Coffee With Ray grateful to these rvople. and thisis :Issue of this publication sold cr distributed
Mid-week Prayer Service. 7:30 P. M our way of saying "thank you"to
to paid subscribers during
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:45 World News Spain (FHTNC) Marine Acting I
brotherhood 4th 7:30 P. M. each one of thenruRespectfully preceding six months 1800.T. .
Sunday School _.....___ 10:00 A. M. Friday 7:50 State News M Sgt Oswell P Shea son of Mrs
Jack Pickles ........ S. S. Supt. )'OUrs'CLYATT C. MERCHANT
-- Shea of Greenville, Fla., and
Morning Worship ....._ 11:00 A. M. 7:55Veather News Leste
!; .I Sim Andrews .... B. T. U. Directoi of the former Miss MaryC R. POWELL. Former Sworn to and subscribed beforame
husband:
Training Union _._._ 6:30 P. M.Evenint 8:00 Coffee with Ray of St. Augustine: Florida.
: Worship 7:30 P. M. REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS PastorCHERRY 9:00- -- Morning iJevotions Softcheck of Rows Kun. fa, will Mayor this 26th day of October, H'jJ.; >

Prayer Meeting- ___ 7:30 P. M. LAKE BAPTIST 9:15 Musical Interlude celebrate the 184th birthday of the Aluminum screens and frames ADELINE L. WILSON,

Church Business Meeting First CHURCH 9:30 Music Unlimited U S Marine Corps Nov. 10 with cost less than wood.HOWERTON I I Notary Public, State of Flor: la
Wednesday night of each month. 10:00 :News; members of the Third Battalion. At Large. My Commission expires

Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second Preaching Services every Sunday 10:05 Music Unlimited Eighth Marine Regiment while visiting SUPPLY CO. November 23 19 ..2ALBRHTON "
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Thursday night of each month. Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 10:30 Music Unlimited Spain.

Preaching Services Every Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 11:00 Music Unlimited Jumbo Hamburg 30c. T
'Come Worship Wifh Us. Sunday School every Sunday at 11:15 Public Service BROS.TRACTOR -
REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor 10:00 A. M. 11.30 I Record Session Choicest of Steaks and Sea

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. 12:00 World News Foods at WHITE TOP CO.
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REV. I. T. CARTER Pastor Prayer Meeting e.eryVednesday' DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53,,
12:30 Talk Of The
at 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood Town ii
Sunday. FIFTII STREET
Services every 12:40 Uncle Ned south of Madison. 3-lt-ch
Sunday School _.........__... 10:00 a. m. first Thursday everymonth I TEL. FO 2-2331
Morning Worship ___ 11:00 a. m. at J:30: P. M. 12:45 State News YOUR MASSEYFERGUSONDEALER

'raining Union ........._ 7:00 p. m. ., E"el'"bodyVelcome.. 12:50 Farm News Keaton Beach On \
Eening"orship _m___ 8:00 p. m. REV. 'J. R. COLLINS, Pastor: 12:55Veather' News LIVE OAK, FLA.
1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade
Meeting Wed. __ 7:30 p. m
Prayer '
MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST. 1:55 News
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JMOSELEY HALL APTIST_ ., 701 South Range 2:00 Gospel Time i i. . as '
v CHURCH Bible Study __ 10OO.ltL 2:30 Public Service .

fcEV. JACK LAMB PastorS. Lord's Supper and 2:45 Afternoon Melodies i Water front lots priced from One Great Team

R. Sapp Chairman Board of Edification _,,. .- 11:00 A. M. 2:55VorJd & State News 10% down balance to :
$995. .
7:00 P. M.
Deacons. Bihe Study ___ 3:00 Afternoon Melodies

Billy Bailey....... BTU Director Preaching __ 7:30 P. M. 3:45 PubEc Service suit. Safe clean bathing beach, AmocoVhite Gas & Super Permalube Oil :

Leroy Cruse ...... Associate Director Ladies' Class _. ._.__.. Thursdays 4:00 News good fishing and hunting, just :

Leroy Cruse ....... S. S. Supt NEW HOPEFUL 4:05 Request Parade the spot for your Beach Home, '"" ,, .
4:55Vorld & State News '
Miss Merle Bass ........_ Song Leader MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 5:00 Request Parade' or week-end Retreat at a price .

Cruse .._ Pianist Services every first and third .
Mrs Juanita oo. 5:45 Sports Highlights unequalled any place on the .

Sunday School........ 10:00 A. M Sundays School at 11 a'm., and Sunday 8:00 10:00a. p. m. 6:00Vorld News coast. 20 mi. S.V.. of Perryon .

Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M. Sunday every 6:15 Twilight Tunes .
m.Training Hwy. S361 (soon to be competed .
Tmming Union ..... 7:00 P. M. 7:00 655 News
Evening Worship ...._ 8:00 P. M. Union every Sunday 7:00 Sign Off south via Steinhatchee). e tt4 i .

Prayer Meeting Wed 7:30 P. M. I. P"REV.. W. T. RYCROFT. Pastor PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO Come. see 'us, or write P. O.I .
I CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE I hill
Just as I am. without one plea.I I BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH Box 301, -PelTjFlorIda., fa

I come Regardless of your clothes Welcomes You 46tpdeof .

condition. Whether cotton, Home- Services Every Sunday OH MYNACHING. -

Spun. You are welcome in our REV CARL V. IPastor a

church service. Sunday School ._..__ 10:00 A. M. la/ '
BACK .r
lIorniVorship _... 110 AM. MEDDERS
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Choir Practice _.__ 6:00 P. M. the fast relief you GLASSd r

Sunday School .........-_ 10:00 A. M. Training Union ____.._ 6:30 P. M. need muscular from nagging aches and backache pain that headacheand often PLATE 0 I

Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A- M.! Eiening Worship _.._ 7:30 P. M. cause restless night and miserable. tired-
___..___ *P. M out feelings. When these discomfort Company
Evening Worship 7:30 7:30 P. M.
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Prayer MeetingVed. com*a with over- ertion or stress and <
Youth Service Wednesday 8OOiP., M-. .train-jroa want relief-want it fast GLASS : AMOCO STATION: j
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Another disturbance mar be mild bladder
PastorL
REV. B. B. BRICh XY. irritation following wrong food and GLASS BLOCK *
CHURCH drink-often setting op a restless uncomfortable '
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D. S. SERVICE Mad- feeling. I
Saturday at MIRRORS
Services every Doan's Pills work fast in I separate __ *
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF ison American Legion HalL ways: L. by speedy pain-rebering actionto : ARME MEDDERS Owner : I
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of backache
SAINTS m. ease torment nagging ,
LATTER DAY Sabbath School begins2 p headaches, muscular aches and pains. 215 W. Savannah Ave. ..
Sunday School ___.._... 10:00 i m. Church Service at 3 p. m. !. by soothing effect' on bladder irrita- Phone CHERRY 2-5285 4| r 4 ', '' i \ J' .
? tio*, i. by mild diuretic action tending | : No-lead AMOCO.,Tues '
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Meeting to increase: output of the 11-miles'oft I V 1JoSta.i Georgia \ .
Relief C-w+v *nd Friesth'oM '\"imeand HAROLD :YATES. :Pastor' ] Telex* kidney e Enjoy tabes.a good nighf- :*sleep.' au\ the'* _i_ ** }_ _l \ _*j ..ii f LUBRICATION' .- Yf POLISHING .j! ; ::1 1 1i

puce as announCed; !;$acrarncnt Everyone: ..Welcome! \ / same happy relief millions have for over* i : \ : : : :
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