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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: November 6, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
REAPPORTIONMENT I

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AMENDMENT LOSES and answers are compiled by Law-

rence E Hendricks, Manager of the
Valdosta office of the Social Security -

OVERSTATE Administration. Mr Hendricks invites -

readers to mail their questionsto

him at P. O. Box 918 Valdosta,
COUNTY VOTES FOR .
AMENDMENT
) Georgia. Please do not send jour inquiries -
IN LIGHT TURNOUTThe J to the Recorder).

4 QUESTION: My husband is
proposed constituticnal amendment drawing disability benefits at the

adding six Senators and eight age of 59. Am I entitled to wife's

Representatives was defeated Tuesday benefits? I am 56 and unable to

by a majority of approximately hold a job.ANSWER.

thirtyseventhousand.. The lower t : Since you are under

East Coast voted heavily againstthe .n 62, you cannot qualify for wife's

proposal A light vote generally ...___m.m___'__ __ benefits on your husband's ac:-
I count. I assume you do not now
was cast. GAME TONIGHT I Il
HOMECOMING
MilS RED DEVILS SET FOR have any minor or disabled children.If .

Madison County gave a ajntv: you do and they are entitled to

of 64 for the amen- WOMAN'S SOCIETY MEETS Chapter RoomDedicated I benefits, might if
-I Hoboes In Name OBIy Christmas MailingsPostmaster you qualify they
son county voted for The a i\n are in your care. This is the only

ment. but Hamilton, Suwannec way a woman under 62 can qualify
Mrs Howard StudstHI, president, /
Lafayette and Taylor Voted against on her disabled husband's account.
in-, charge of the monthly
was pro-
it. "'- I (A short editorial) Blalock urges postal v The law refers to these as "mother's
Monday of the :Methodist ..
The adiso ty- vote byprecincts The Madison .High School Bard patr;..s to make their mailings in Woman gram Society of Christian Ser benefits."

-was as 'ws: I members ''are'making 'Tike hoboes 1 accordance with the following schedule Many members of the Alpha Tau QUESTION: My cook is now 62

Precinct 'For Against, for a few weeks-but don't be to assure delivery by Christ- vice.Mrs Marshall Hamilton presentedthe Omega Fraternity will gather in years old. She and I have paid social -

fooled by appearances. These ho- mas: Atlanta Sunday, Nov", for the security taxes on her wages
Madison 1 49 18 topics and participants. Those
boes are not like the thousands of For OVERSEA Destinations dedication of the new chapter roomt since coverage for domestics beganin
ijadison 1-A 41 23 giving the studies of the six foreign
similar winter visitors to Florida :Mail: at once Emory University, which has 1951. Can she get social secujity -
b countries in which the church is
son 2. ? 74* 37 who live off the land and spend For ALASKA & HA\VAII-Not been built by John W Vann, former now, and if she does, must she

M 9TQn-.. 2-A 33 21 much of their time bumming free later than November 30. represented were Mrs R C Horne, national president of the fraternity, quit working for me?
:Mrs Colin Wells Mrs Ben S War-
No Creek 33 42 meals, etc. They are out WORK For other DISTANT STATES- in memory of his parents, the late ANSWER: She can receive benefits -
Mrs Touchton, Mrs A
MoseLHall 4 11 and EARN money for the many Before December 10. ing, Paul Mr and Mrs Russell F Vann of but does not have to stop work.A .
F Harrison and Mrs E F Dickin-
GreeovflL 5 \ 42 14 needs of the band. Merely call the For LOCAL DELIVERY-By Madison, Fla. beneficiary can earn as much as

GreenVlA 39 19 school and ask for a band hobo to December 20. son. Robert F Whitaker, assistant to $1200 a year and still be "retired" r

Hamb 5 19 come work for you. Parcels may be marked "Do the president of Emory University, under the social security law.

12 27 In an era when the art of pan- Not Open Until Christmas." Miss Lizzie Mays of Monticellowas will preside, Young Debbie Vann, QUESTION: Must I sell my farm

Cherry rae'eL handling is widespread in more thana A letter may be enclosed in a the week end guest of :Mrs daughter of Lt and Mrs Russell F to qualify for social security retirement -

Withlacooc | 10 34 few organizations and begging parcel when parcel is enJorsed to Emmie Mays Howerton and Mr C Vann III of Fort Stewart, Ga, will benefits?

Tuten 5 11 keeps pace with inflation, it is that effect and proper postage is P Kelly unveil the bronze plate on the door ANSWER: No In fact you can

Hickstown 1 8 rather refreshing-and newsworthywe paid. -x- of the chapter room honoring her continue to operate it. If, however,

Macedonia 16 16 believe-to see an organization Christmas Cards may be mailed Mr and Mrs William Oliver attended greatgrandparents.Martin jour farm profits are over $1200

Winquepin 5 1 holding out its collective palm fora for 3c if unsealed and containingno the wedding atVhite Myers Jr worthy master i for the year, you will lose some

Absentees 5 3'Tota13 wash rag, hoe, or lawnmower writing other than signature. Springs, Saturday p. m. of Miss of the Emory chapter, will accept of your social security checks forth
instead of handout. (Junior). However 4c cardsif Ann Snell and Mr Frances Dees.
374 310 a use stamp on a silver Key from John W Vann. 'I (' year. If your profits are over
you wish to enclose written The ceremony was held in the First Following'.the ceremony the active $2080, you will lose all checks for

message, or if you wish the assurance Baptist church chapter and trustees and out-of-town the year if you are active on the

AuthorityOrganized that the card, if necessary, guests including alumni and their I farm throughout the year.
The Great Emergency will be forwarded or returned. I wives
HEARTH ACHES and family of the donor, will QUESTION: My neighbor was
Patrons are urged to: 4 be entertained at an open house. denied social! security benefits be-

Remains Unsolved The organizational meeting of the 1. Make separate bundles of I Among the guests will be two cause he didn't have enough "quar-

Madison County Industrial Develop- I.OCAL AND OUT OF TOWN mail. i former national presidents, the ters of coverage." How does
a per-
ment Authority was held Thursday 2. Make large mailings as early: Very Rev J Milton Richardson, son know how much time he needsto
night October 29. in the day as possible. DO NOT: Dean of Christ Church Cathedral I
(A short editorial) qualify for social security at
The great emergency proclaimed Officers elected were A L Leggett WAIT UNTIL 5 O'CLOCK. Houston, Texas, now worthy grand I retirement?

Jr chairman; James Stanley, 3. Use ZONE NUMBERS, when chaplain of Alpha Tau Omega, and I ANSWER i
earlier by the 1939 Legislature was : It depends on your
faced by about TWENTY PERCENT vice chairman at large; RV Mil- known, on addresses to the larger:1 Col John M Mac Gregor of New age. Our Booklet No. 35 has a

of Florida's voters Tuesdayand ncr, secretary. cities. York City. Also attending will be chart that shows how to figure it
Members of the Board chosen C L S Raby, of Philadelphia,
of for
when the small amount I yourself. I am sending you
election dust was blown away the were T F Livingston James Har- Randell H Rowe Jr is attending national ritual counselor of the fra- one of these free booklets.
dee GV Lewis, Peter Stern and ternity.
people decided there was no emergency the course in Tallahassee for young
Robert Searcy. The .family attending will be Mr
after all. members of the State Bar Association -
More than a few thousand dollars this week. j Vann's sister, Mrs Tom Sherrardof Miss Edna Plant of Atlanta who

wasted just to Abbeville, S C and his brother has been the guest of Mr and MrsL
needlessly
were pay Mrs A J I
the costs of the election ballots, etcThe Oakes, of Tallahassee, -1[ Russell F Vann Jr, of Melbourne, B Crandell left Wednesday to
whole thing could have been sister of Mr Fred Mickler, con Mr and Mrs Julian Gibson and I Fla, his nephew, Lt Russell F visit relatives in Gainesville.x .
tinues ill at the University of daughter Miss Beverly Gibson, and Vann III of Fort Stewart and their
November without the I i
held next Florida Hospital, Gainesville, where Mr and Mrs Harvey Greene ando -x-
families-
enormous extra expense. However, she has been a patient for son Tommy attended the Snell- Just because I waxed the floors ii Rev Cesar M Benitez of Rio
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who cares about expenses? weeks. Mr and don't hove to SPIKESr Feo, Cuba will arrive fora
Mrs Mickler visited Dees wedding at White Springs, you wear Monday
Actually, there wasn't much to I her Sunday Saturday. NATIONAL lAff fy COUNCIL I Pinetta PTA Nets $620The visit with the Rev and Mrs Paul
favored the amend- ,
vote on. If you --
-- --, Touchton, and with his son, Orman
ment you were increasing the total i iPt' I Benitez, a student here. The Rev

number of legislators without giving recent Pinetta PTA Carnival Benitez will preach at the Methodist

more than a token of more rep- made a net profit of $620.02. This church here Sunday, Nov. 15.

resentation for the populous areas sum was divided equally between

ol the state If you voted againstthe the PTA and the schooL HEARTH ACHES

amendment you voted to per- A number of patrons contributedto I .

petuate an illogical, unfair and 4 the successful supper and ten .
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1912-type representation upon a Valdosta and two Madison business: ji

1960 state, one of the fastestgrowing a. houses chipped in on the booths. 1 v.
in the country. Junior 1 4

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Mr and Mrs Carroll Blalock left

Remain Thursday for aisit in Augusta, i iI
Stores To Open :
Ga with their son and family, the I
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Clarence Blalockg, and Mr and
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It was unanimously agreed at the :1 Mrs M S Overby.x. -maygJ : ]

August 10th meeting of the Madison 'I G_ -
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Merchants Association that tea. Y Mr and Mrs George Gandy wentto = J
C Savannah Tuesday where Mr S-J
stores would remain open for business S; ry v j i
November z V ; Gandy joined his ship after spending -
on Armistice Day, J
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'-" ... weeks home.x J"If .
seven
llth. AI ,vY "';'; :T s ;'": \ yi at
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FRESH STYLING AND ROOMY INTERIORS characterize the Edsel for 1960. Mr and Mrs Vernon Ragans and

Mrs Birdie Mae James has bought The Ranger four-door sedan above, is one of seven low cost models which also include .. children, Mr and Mrs Steve Sheffield

the Moseley house from 'Mrs Del- a two and four-door hardtop: twe-door sedan, convertible and two Villager station' Miss Zula Jones and Mrs Oma you' deat(lika HM Hey 1

ton Brock and Mrs Ira Hall, and wagons. Wide tread design with' extra long springs assure a smooth, stable ride. EdaeiY: Harris attended the funeral of Mr
I'
with the Home her family has moved into tux and standard V-3 engines operate efficiently and economically oa regular gasoiiaa.: .wee Homer Jones in Jacksonville' last buy you,;pit My UII soT,



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TWO THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, ,MADISON FLORIDA FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 6th, 1959
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Il FIXTURES STOCK OF GOODS G-E Appliances f.7ot


AUCTIONOWNER Howerton Supply Co. 005C


Saturday, November 7 : Mr. B. Swain t Je 666
THE DEEP SIX, in Warnercolor HOMECOMING NOVEMBER 13
starring Alan Ladd, Dianne Foster TIME: Thursday, November 12th at 2:00 P. M.
The thundering story of a fighting MHS homecoming is November WOMAN'S CLUB PROGRAM
destroyer on an eventful tour of PLACE: Swain's Grocery & Market located intersection of Ga. 94 13. NOT NOVEMBER 6, as statedon -
duty during World War IL A storyof & Bay Tree Road near River Bridge, Valdosta Ga. The High- page 1.Outoftown. At a luncheon meeting at 12
action and danger on the high MADISON way Dept. is taking Mr. Swain's property and we will sell at noon next Thursday Xov 12 the
seas-plus a beautiful romance be- DRIVEINTHEATREOpen AUCTION the Store Fixtures and Stock of Goods. relatives and friends Department of American Homes

tween a Naval gunnery officer end night Children under 12 lasted are some of the items for sale: One 8 ft. Warren Meat here Tuesday to attend the funeral will present a program by Cornelius. Mrs 0-
every R Hamrick and Mrs Burch
a lovely feminine advertising execu- (in cars) always free. Case, 2 pair Stimson Electric Scales, 1 Meat Block, meat cleaver, services for Mr Peeler Burnett included Hostesses will be Mrs A P
tive. knives etc. One Electric meat slicer, electric. steak cubing his brother Mr J D Bur- Edgerly and Mrs J C Register and
BORN RECKLESS, starring BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 P. M machine, one electric meat grinder, 1 Bird Model 22 electric nett, and daughter Mrs Moddest, of committee.
Mamie Van Doren Jeff Richards. SHOW STARTS 7:00 meat saw, one 4ft Warren Vegetable case, one 8 ft Warren Cousineau, of Keuka, Fla Mr and
Exciting tuneful and rough riding PROGRAM vegetable cooler, one 10 ft electric drink box one 10 ft electric Mrs W D Gray, and Rev and Mrs
rodeo drama on a colorful rodeo Friday, Saturday, November 6, 7 Beer Box. Several cases and lots of shelving. Four Fluorescent O J Steverson of Tallahassee; Mrs Navaco aluminum

elJ cuit. Cartoon.StmdayMonday. DOUBLE FEATURE lights, 2 grocery carts, 2 cash registers, one adding machine, 3 Alex Johnson of Monticello; Mr

November 8, 9 THE TALL MEN, Clark Gable Gas heaters, 1 walk-in meat cooler, tables, chairs, stools, fans & and Mrs Dale Burnett and Mr and jalousies

ASK ANY GIRL, in cinemascopeand THE H. MAN.SundayMonday many boxes of GROCERIES. Terms CASH. Mrs Dozier Burnett of Greenville;
I
Metrocolor, starring David sale on premises. Mrs J H Sale and daughter of i Howerton Supply Co
Kiven Shirley MacLaine. Sparkling November 8, 9BOTTOM HUGHES REAL, ESTATE & AUCTION COMPANY Valdosta, and many others. i
comedy-and the cutest in many a OF THE BOTTLE, Valdosta, Georgia
romantic moon. Research man finds I Van Johnson, Ruth Roman. 1

rew facts on why gentlemen pre- Tues-Wed-Thurs, Nov. '10, 11, 12 I Phone Cherry 2-5744 204 E. Hill Ave.
fer girls-and so SHE proves HER DOUBLE FEATUREA -
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facts, too, with fjgures. Cartoon. MAX CALLED PETER ;; ,, :: &

Ti-es-Wed, November 10, 11 Richard Todd. LEE NEWS I NOTES AIT VISCOSE RUGS ,;

COUBLE FEATURE THE BLACK ORCHID, Anthony
ESCORT WEST, starring Victor Quinn. At Eagle's : 4w-
Mature, Elaine Stewart. Rebel on Mr and Mrs .
C C Brannan had
a rampage. He rode escort in the Presbyterian Circles for their week end guests Mr and fz ; !
mightiest westward surge that ever Mrs Clark Brannan and son, and a Reg $1.00 79c / I
confronted him. High arrows, desert Presbyterian Circle No. 1 met sister of Mrs Clark Brannan's of
heat and women's hunger sur- Monday afternoon with Mrs W T Jacksonville
,
Monday Mr and Mrs Reg $1.98 $1.79 M.
rcunded him. Hollingsworth at the church lounge. Edward Brannan of Foley came fora

STEP DOTO TERROR, star Eleven members were present. Mrs visit with them. w'v_
ring Charles Drake, Colleen Miller. Berta Paterson presided over the Mr and Mrs Ellis M Blanton Reg $7.98 $5.79
Suddenly the shadows of violence business meeting when plans were have returned to their home in Mi-
made for Christmas gift to Mission ami from
hung over a happy home. He took a recent visit with MrsJ ,
Haven. B Rains, and Miss Vesta Blanton.Mr Fraleigh-Ashley
refuge in the arms of the motherhe
Mrs T C Gibson gave the Bible and Mrs Bob Adams returned
loved to escape a murderouspast. z On Veteran's Day, a salute
lesson The Christian's Inevitable home last week from a pleasant I
.
Was he really a killer She Putting Up BuildingThe
had to know even though the Suffering. Mrs B Williams pre- visit in Clover, S. C. guests of to the veterans of our
sented the Stewardship program. Mr and Mrs Boyce Faulkner; and ?
answer could mean death. An ad- i .
Fraleigh-Ashley Truck
The hostess served cocoanut cake other relatives, and old friends. & ,
venture in suspense. Cartoon. Tractor Co. is putting up a 50 x : armed forces who served
and coffee. Mrs Audrey Williams has returned I ,, ,
Thursday-Friday, November 12, 13 Mrs Dan Griffin entertained home from an extended visit 100 ft block building on the corner
COUBLE FEATURE Circle No. 2 with eleven members with her son-in-law anI daughter, of East Livingston street and Rocky freedom's cause.
THE GUNFIGHT AT DODGE attending, including the president, Mr and Mrs Allen Davis of Bald- Ford road to which, when com-
CITY, in cinemaScope and DeLuxe Mrs T C Merchant Jr. Mrs Kirby pleted, they will move their office
color, starring Joel McCrea, Julie I Reichmann presided and was moderator win.Mr and Mrs David Williamsand and work shop. The new quarters ., '" y On Veteran's Day, oil
Adams. Torn between loyalty to i of the Bible lesson, The Christian's children have moved to our will give them more than twice the
his office and honest justice, a gun- t Inevitable Suffering Mrs little town. We hope they will en- floor space of their present loca- t r,Y honor and homage to
man turned lawman in the lawless Griffin served cake and coffee joy their stay with us. tion on Base and Horry streets. ;
west. The most famed gunfight oC during the social hour. The men came back Monday to. x s those gallant patriots
them all-the one that cracked the Mrs J 0 Cooke Jr entertained finish the work on the Depot. When i SINGING CONVENTIONThe
old west wide open. I Circle No. 3 with seven members finished it will be equipped with Lowndes County Singing who gave their lives
attending. Mrs Beasley Cole presided lights and water, they state.
JUKE BOX RHYTHM, star i and gave the program on Miss ClaraAnn McMullen of convention will meet at the Mt security and I
ring Jo Morrow, Karin Booth. It'sa Zion Methodist Church about 9
I I Stewardship. Mrs John Dovjak was Mayo came for a night's visit with
regal riot as the Princess takes leader of the Bible study The Chris- her grand parents, Mr and Mrs R miles southwest of Valdosta on liberty that h ours.
New York by storm She's rockin'in tian's Inevitable Suffering. W McMullen Monday. Sunday Nov 8 at 11 o'clock.Mr .
royal rhythm to a juke box Plans for Thanksgiving and I

jamboree. Cartoon. Christmas were discussed during the I II Screens built order and Mrs Henry tf- W' lOCk .
I to Florida Bank
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business meeting. and baby son, Henry, of Macon, at MadisonMember
The hostess served cocoanut Ga, visited Mr Warnock's
I cake and coffee. Howerton Co. I mother : Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationAnd
SAFE BITS Supply I Mrs Laura Warnock, here last Friday -
I : and Saturda.v Florida National Group of Banks

FOREST HISTORY REPOSITORY

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University of Florida today be- ja
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when Albert Ernest at Jackson-

: ville, vice president of St Regis
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of recognition of the Forest
I History Foundation to Dr RV DRESSER & MIRROR !

I Patrick, research professor in the BOOKCASE BED i

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ROTARY CLUBSenator ALL VISCOSE RUGS Mr and Mrs Fred Joseph of The wedding will take place in Music Since 1907"

Valdosta Georgia Sunday December 20, at four CASTLE PARK, VALDOSTA, GA. PHONE CH 4-2813
At Eagle'sReg announce the engagement of their o'clock in the afternoon, in the
daughter Pinetta Methodist church.
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Turner Davis was guest Florence Diane Hendersonto and friends of the
relatives
All
speaker at the Rotary Club Wednescray $1;JO 79c couple are invited to the ceremony, Have you joined the I FOX GO-BOY CARTS
when he discussed the prob- Donald Carl Wilsonson '
lem of state re-apportionment which Reg $1.98 $1.79 of Mr and Mrs Wallace E and to the reception t<1 be held NFJC Artist Series As- HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
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comes up every ten years under the Wilson of Cherry Lake, Florida immediately after. I

esting state representation constitution.facets of the and How problem other it affectsour inter-in I Reg $7.98 $5.79Wayne i 'Too Late To Classify"I sociation? Call HU 3- Revival ServicesCherry

We Are Happy to Announce
North and South Florida, were
2288 for detail
Weger Jeweler, in the
points brought out.
FOR SALE 1947 4-dr
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Guests of the club were four Special Silver ad states come in Mr. Edgar Faircloth good running condition, $160 Lake Baptist church Nov.
high school seniors: James Everett, and register for the watch to be IN HOSPITAL
cash only. DUNN FURX. CO. 16-22, 1959.Evangelist.
Allen Wood, Joe Adams and _Howard given away Nov 14th. is now connected with
102tchHOUSE
Donaldson. Other visitors were Mr L L Parrish, father of Mrs RcI R Hobby of
G-E Electric Ranges
Frank Davis of Madison and Ro- Nita Knox, is reported to have Fitzgerald, Ga.
tarian Lloyd Turner,kof Tallahassee. .HOWERTpN,. SUPPLY*-- .. CO- Vickers Implement Co. FOR RENT: 2-bedroom, suffered a heart attack Tuesdayand Rev J R Collins, pastor.
available
December 1st. Kitchen
10-2t-ch
is in the Valdosta hospital. Everyone is welcome.
"- awxsxxxxs Madison, FloridaAs furnished, fuel oil heater, attic
fan, vent m blinds. Two blocks
Sales Manager and he from Post Office. Contact La-
PecansWe MOYNE HANCOCK after 5:00at SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.
invites his friends and customers HUnter 32377. 10-tf-ch ,
; in to see him.
109 S. PATTERSON STREET
FOR RENT: Upstairs apartment to
Buy in Small or Large Quantities at Top Prices permanent couple. Dinette and VALDOSTA, GEORGIA
kitchenette, private bath and

Try some of our Ga. Red Sweet PotatoesJust her Mrs bridge Henry club Messer Tuesday was hostess afternoon to shower.115 Dade MRS St., HU M 3-6243.L WALKER 10-tf-ch, Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course
with tables
two of memoers enjoy-

a Little Better By The Lb. or Bushel ing Mrs the W T game.Davis Mrs were J Wyche awarded high and FURNISHED Apartment for rentat New Machines $69.50 and up

and. second high score prizes. 902 S. Range St. MRS G 0
i CABBAGE AND ONION PLANTS PURVIS, IIU 3-6408. 10-2t-ch
VALDOSTA CH 4-2304 COLLECT
CALL
Listen for Eagle's Anni--
LOST 3-j"ear-old male bird dog,
1 ONION SETS FRESH GARDEN SEED : Service in 24 Hours
white with some lemon color on
last minute head and car name Geep. Last
versary
Eye! See us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT- : seen at Madison PTA Carnival

; VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS specials on WMAF I Wearing collar with P K Rowell
name thereon. Reward for returnto

;) of -- P K ROWELL, Box 213,
TEN MILLS AND SAME phones HU 3-6157 and HU 3-6111.
. J. I. SURLES & SONS TRUSTEES VOTEDIn Madison, Fla. 10-lt-ch


Caught up at our place on Lake 1F
the school district election
i 108 S. Horry, Phone HU 3-2393: Madison Fla. Tuesday, the same ten mill lewas I Rachel one boar hog. Owner
identify and pay for this ad, M
voted and the same trustees. V.

t cxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxaFUEL ...,. "" .....,..,q. Eugene Mugge, J H Phillips and PARRISH. 10-3t-pd
Ben Waring, were elected. ,
Exclusive Chain Link Fence Dealer-
The ten mill evly was recom-
1 mended by the School Board and ship available full or part time.
was therefore the only millage levy Very little capital required. For 1vi I

printed on the ticket. However, a complete information call collect 3AW ither.
blank line permitted the elector to Elgin 3-3981, Jacksonville, Fla. i
1i MORE FUEL tote for any less millage desired. 102tpdNO

i 33ft electors voted for 10 mills, S Hunting, No Fishing, No Tres-
for 8 mills, 3 for 5 mills, 3 for 4 passing on my farm. WALTER Only
mills, 3 for 2 mills, 1 for 1 mill, CONE, Greenville, Fla. 10-6t-pd j
and 1 for 0' mills. 670x15 tube.typl I
I The present trustees had no EntertainedMrs plus tax andrecappable tire
0 GASOLINE Q KEROSENE TRACTOR FUEL printed opposition although blank Cheerleaders
II I lines were on the ticket in case \
Q DIESEL FUEL FOR HOME AND TRACTOR USE the elector might desire others. Six 60016 fits: older Size 7.10x13 fit* most Siz 7.60.15 fin IIIOftY1IIOd.1.
of Plymouth, pre-1957 models of r.cnl model of
Mugge received 394 votes, Phillips Gordon Williams and Mrs Ford Ctovroltt Nosh Dodge, Buick, Nash, Chrysler DcSolo Buick
3S6 and Waring 423, with several Cleon Hiers were co-hostesses at a StudebG1er Olds Hudson,Mercury Pontiac Olds Packard,Hudson, AWcvrr.
I We are equipped to give you Quick Service. L H THUR- scattering votes cast. supper party last Friday evening at *
I I the Williams' Lakeside home honoring $1195 $1485 $1625
i MAN and OTIS BROWN are standing by for your service the Valdosta and Madison S
CARD OF
t THANKSWe
! Cheerleaders and their sponsors *backwall! tube-type plus tax and recappable tire
to the football game held later

I IJ felt thanks wish and to appreciation express our to heart our, in prior the evening.The ,
i twenty young lady guests GOODfiE4RMORE
i J many friends for their kind ex-I twelve from Valdosta and eight
pressions of sympathy and for the fried
served
, from Madison were a
J.B. many beautiful flowers and cardsat chicken supper with cake and iced PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND .
,I ttie time of the death of our {
ALU3-CHALMERS TRACTORS tea in the basement game room. 1
loved one Homer D Jones. Wanda Williams and Miss
INC. Mrs Mable P Jones, wife, of, Miss
of the
Barbara Hiers, daughters YELLOW PINE
I Jacksonville; sisters Mrs Oma Har- hostesses, assisted with the hos
ris and Miss Zula Jones and his
SHELL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS pitalities. ;
children.

1, Listen to U of F andMHSgamesoverWMAF,I II I Betty Bevis has recuperated and .y- TRUCK STOPHU

I returned to school after a toasOec-

I tomy at Pineview General hospital, 3-2277 MADISON FLORIDA
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I I REVERSIBLE
LJ1.4 LADIES
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!I ( ? ; Lct SWEATERSLUXURIOUS FOR JACKETS BOYS AND GIRLS c r DRESSES GIRLS SCHOOL

II I / SIZES 3 TO 12
LUXURIOUS BANLON
WASH
i t 'N 'N WEAR PLAIDS
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j TEXTURED ORLON
! .,, # $198 1 Sizes 3 to 14
I w vK Top everything you own with Regular $1.98 & $2.98 ,
R, our mock-fashioned Sweater-Set
j! 6 J ; in the Kitten-Soft wonder yarn

jI I that won't stretch or shrinkdries

I 1. quickly and never pills. CHILDREN'S COTTON KNIT /J\ $179PANTIES I

I! :. I ''t' MISS:: SIZES 34 to 40CARDIGAN

! 4' G Sizes 2 to 12sur x
;.:n '. TN Regular 29c Each


I + ; $379 $100 f1! RI28i98$


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SLIPOVER BULKY SUPER -ORLON LADIES FLANNELSWEATERS SUPERFORM

4

GOW NS BRASFloating

;: 3 SLEEVE CARDIGAN LONG SLEEVES Action
: $279 MISSES SIZES S-M-L Sizes 34 to 48 2-Way Padded StraplessOr
OUR REGULAR $6.98 $2.49 VALUE
OUR REGULAR $1.0079c
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OKLAHOMA KID BOYS' ARGYLE $ 5 79

Western Jeans SOCKSSTRETCH $169

HEEL AND TOE
10-Oz. SANFORIZED
SIZES 6 TO 10J
Coarse Weave Denim MEN'S S-T-R-E-T-C-H MEN'S ARGYLE MEN'S LARGE WHITEHandkerchiefs
.4 4 Pr. $LOO
SIZES 6 to 16 SOCKS SOCKS

t REGULAR $1.98 BOYS' RUGGED OUR REGULAR 69c OUR REGULAR 15c EACH

OXFORDS 2 Pr. $ .OcO20URp;. $1.00 $1.00 Doz.

Sturdy Leather Uppers I

$129BOYS' Foam-Crepe Soles
SIZES 81 to 3 IRONING BOARDCOVERS


$3791: ;k LADIES' AND PRESS MIT SETS

LONG SLEEVE S ; SKIRTS OUR REGULAR $1.98


SPORT SHIRTS BOY'S BEST GRADE 4 $159Use
,
i ?.y Fin uality Imported
Woven In Italy.
\ IVY PANTS
Flannel or wash 'n wear All Wool Tweeds,

broadcloth in popular I + "BLUE BELL" ; SIZES 2? TO 3,0
._ OUR REGULAR $4.98
prints and woven plaids. Polished Cotton Sizes

Boys Sizes: 6 to 16 '
6 to18 v
Men's Sizes: S-M-L-XL ?
OUR REGULAR $3.98 $ 99
Our Regular $1.98 & $2.98 3 your Option

4+

2 For$300r $ 279 30-days CHARGE with no PLAN service

charge or take up to 4
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Mrs Paul Speh, of Tallahassee, Vann. Mrs Carroll, the daughter of WEEK OF PRAYER OAK HILL NEWS Sunday.Mr .
and mother Mrs Charlie Carroll, of the late Col and Mrs Henry Mc- Lee CarnivalThe I E Heaves spent the day
Jacksonville, were visitors here Call, lived here about forty years The Annual Week of Prayer program Mrs J L Davis was called to with Mr and Mrs Paul Reaves at
Tuesday, with Mr and Mrs AV ago. was observed last Tuesdayand Jacksonville Saturday to the bedside the home of Gordon and Jessie
of her daughter-in-law 1trsRa'IDond Huggins Lake Park Sunday.Mr .
near
Lee School observed the Wednesday by the women of
Hughey. and Mrs Carol Lehman and
the First Methodist church.
Halloween season with an entertain
LET US SOLVE YOUR ment which featured the selectionof The "Secret Of His Presence" Graveside rites were held at Mt. children visited them.
Horeb for the infant of Mr and W M U of Pinetta Baptist church
was the subject of the devotionalon
a Carnival Queen, Miss Marie
WINTER HEATING PROBLEMS \Velch, daughter of Mr and Mrs Tuesday presented by Mrs J C Mrs Raymond Hughey Tuesday at met Monday night for the regular
Leon Welch, from the Lee Junior Burnette, Mrs Pat Millinor and ten o'clock., with Rev \V L Wynn monthly mission program.
High School), and Miss Kathy Allen, Mrs Paul Touchton. A finger lunch conducting.Mrs Mrs Edgar Blair, Mr and lfrsV
daughter of Mr and Mrs Willie and coffee was served at the noon Jim Coggins, Misses Dorthyand L Wynn attended a state Training
Allen, as Elementary School Prin- quiet hour. Sissie Brown also Mr and Mrs Union meeting at Gainesville Tues-
....... Herbert Hughes and child While visited Betty
cess. Runners-up in the Junior High "On Send Forth .To make All I spent day. there they
l contest for Queen were Miss Vivian Lands Thine Own" was the theme the day with Mrs Calvin Gaston Blair and Helen Crafton.
Hicks and Miss Udean Colvin, and: Wednesday's program led by
in the Elementary School for Mrs Fred Mickler. Talks on the
Princess were Judy Searcy and church's work in foreign fields were i I
Monteze Thomas. given by Mrs A F Harrison, Mrs Take Your Coffee Break at
Other Junior High contestantswere Marshall Hamilton, MisS Beatrice
Edith Dryden, Marie Bell, Griffin The work in Home Mission
Wanda Welch, Kathryn Thomas fields was presented by Mrs CV
and Sharon Waters. Elementary Hiers, Mrs J P Johnson, Mrs Evelyn TOWNE SQUARE INN
"Wheather" it be Gas or Oil centralized and cooling school contestants included Barbara I Taylor. An altar service and offering -
systems combination.We Crcssley, Sandra Miller, Becky close.brought the program to a TIMES SQUARE CORNER OF MADISON
Flowers, Connie Rigdon, Pamela
also represent the World's largest manufacturer of Beasley, Juanita Webb, Nancy I ENJOY OUR BUSINESS NOON HOUR
Heat Pumps which is the TYPHOON HEAT PUMP, Wilisky and Vicki Alderman. LAYMEN'S DAY
heating in the winter all The supper booths and, games
and cooling in the summer, in Luncheon SpecialsNFJC
were sponsored by the PTA with a
unit. Dr John Sands
one deep-freeze for the tafetorium as will deliver the
its objective. The supper consistedof morning message at the Methodist
chicken church Sunday, which is Laymen's STUDENTS ARE HERE!
and
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE pilau spaghetti as Day.
its main courses. The proceedsmore
than. met the objective.Mr Rev and Mrs Paul Touchton will They enjoy our exclusive dining room
CALL HU 3-2385 FOR FREE ESTIMATEJ. be at High Springs, Sunday for.the :Morning Noon I
Homecoming at the Methodist Night

J. SALE, JR., Owner :Madison, Florida dna, Beach and Mrs were Ira week Hall end of Fernan-guestsof church former, where pastor,Mr will Touchton preach,'I#the:a Phone HU 3-9731 Madison, ,Florida

Mr and Mrs Delton Brock. Homecoming sermon.

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SUPER PEps I 85I 5 tj

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HOUSE BAG C C pNSIN j
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PKCS O
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LIMIT-I WITH $5QO FOOD ORDER LIMIT-4 WITH$5.00 FOOD ORDER C :
1..R. g! . Libby 5 GoldenNo'
BLUE RIBBON U. S. GOOD sue o. HAVESNs'' c g-
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I: ; RIB STEAK LB .79c : \ \ t \\ B t 1R S VGNSI

I I ROUND ORSIRLOIN I \ .; 4 CANS
I I I S T E A K LB 89 I fIU\\, COCKTAIL'

: FRESH GROUND BEEF 3 LBS 149 : BpRT LUSCIOUS' ETT PEARS\ 4 i s


: PLATE STEW BEEF LB 29c : ;" \ UBBYS RICH

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j1 BREAKFAST BACON 2 BOX79c \ \ $ jUICE

LEAN & MEATY

[' BEA : : S P,. Ar:(; IIBS_ IB[L 49 6i Jd
1,i t Fair llutMmiik or Sv\eot Milk to.STY SUGAR CURED S.V.01FDSLAB FRESH CAUGHTShrimp U .L'- V
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BISCUITS BACON LB 29C LB 59, .

3 CANS 29c KSMO.SAOSAGEta49c Mullet FRESH 2 LBS 25 CRACKERS 12 BOX OZ 2 5 e '
1 BLUE RIBBON SHARP .
MELLOW AGE
I, AGED CHEESE.I CHEESE I RIBBON PURE PORK FRESH DAILY ': R1'[S.-'p : :'It::0',Q IJ.t;.-'g- - .1
80z Lb i iv 12 OZ I _,, "
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l I II[FLORIDA ORANGES 5 LB BAG 29c ci I I

II I I:DELICIOUS APPLES 2 LBS 29c:
PICTSWEET. TASTY FROZEN ICED, FRESH BAKEDCINNAMON CHOCOLATE COVERED FANCY
.GREEN BEANS Large I I FLORIDA AVOCADOSGRAPEFRUIT EACH lOcI
CherriesCOLCATPS 49
BUTTER BEANS $1 00 8 Box
.CUT CORN 6 PKGS BUN, OF 25C ECO.SIZE I I 7DA I EACH 5c1I
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VALUE 49
FROZEN. ToothpasteSHAMPOO
PICTSWEET TENDER I I
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and lIrsV A Davis and
Mr and Mrs B F Davis visited Mrs vi i

.I. iI. : ..t .1N. 41JIG.'. ..1../LVMSN/ Theo Sunday.Mr Matthews. at Hazelhurst, Ga. To take a prized place under the tree. private ,+

and Mrs Billy Littleton and life pretties with the loveliest ways of pampering her., ;

son, Mike spent Sunday in the They're delicacies of lace and loveliness, just as .
Hamburg community with Mr and
The best friend Mrs VV L Collins, Jr. she likes her slips, pettis pajamas and gowns, 4 '

Several from here attended the for .
yet they're so sturdy long wear.
North Florida Fair at Tallahassee
your budget ever had Saturday.Mrs so easy to wash with no ironing.
Lula Odom spent Saturday
Nand ow you can have the insurance protection you need with Mrs Keavie Smith at Madi- f

budget the payments.Our plan allows you to pay son.Mr
Vernon Adams is in Madison
for coverages on your home. car. business, by Hospital. Friends wish him a BREEDEN'Si

the month Call us and we'll arrange a plan for you. speedy recovery. .
Mrs V 0 Doyle and daughter,

MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY Jan here of with Jacksonville relatives. spent Sunday- FASHION & GIH SHOP

Mr and Mrs Cleo Phillips and
3-625r daughter, Bunnie of Madison visited SETZER SHOPPING CENTER
108 W. Pinckney, Telephone HU (
Mr and Mrs S P Odom a Madison, Florida <'
short while Sunday afternoon.Mr Phone HU 3-6850 .
Representing the Hartford fire Iiwufince Company Group and Mrs Arthur Baker and
four children of Valdosta were FLOREE TATE BREEDENOwner.Manager ?'
supper guests of Rev and Mrs E L .\ t 1
Rev E D Evans, of Jacksonville,
Listen for Anni--Gurr Monday night.
Eagle's
was the guest of Mr and Mrs Van
H Priest while here business I
on a
WMU of First Baptist church Mrs Emma Carter returned home
visit to the church this week. He m. WAYNE WEGER, JEWELER Sunday from ALL VISCOSE RUGS
versary last minute met at the church Monday a. at a two weeks' visit
left Thursday for California, Washington
10 o'clock. Attendance was above with her son-in-law and daughter,
and Canada. average. Mrs 0 R Hamrick pre- Mr and Mrs Earl Hardee in

I HEARTH ACHES I specials on WMAF sided sented, the and mission Mrs Frank program Davis assistedby pre Save up to Gainesville.and their daughter Mr and Susan Mrs Hardee accom- At Eagle's

JorG,, wi;. Mrs H B Dinkins, Mrs H E pan.'d Mrs Carter home and were
Next :Monday night, Nov 9, at McArthur and Mrs W S Cooper Sr. luncheon guests of their aunt, MrsJ Reg $1.00 79c
7:]? o'clock there will be a Loyalty -x- $3000 B Hardee.
Supper in the Education Buildingat
the First Baptist church. The NEW BOOKS
$1.98 $1.79eg
Reg
purpose is part of the forward program Basic Setof G-E Automatic Washers -
I of finance subscribed to the
A number of, mysteries and class
annual budget of the church, which HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
r1S, is $36,000 this year. ics have been received by the EIGHT $7.98 $5.79
Madison library.
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1 Have you joined the COUNTY COURT PLACE SETTINGS'


ro NFJC Artist Series As- Joe Lewis r-Pryor, permitting r -

unauthorized person to drive, $25 .t .'.:fG FOR SALE
'Tour mother is starting the cor sociation! ? Calf HU 3- or thirty days.; .
out in the garage. I dosed the George Edward Spater, insufficient -'
door so she wouldn't get cold. I IF 12288 for details. brakes, $35 or thirty days. METHODIST BUILDINGTO PARSONAGE
NATIONAl SAFETY COUNCIL Albert McQuay, drunkenness, $25or
thirty days. BE MOVED FROM PRESENT

Dozier Balloon, improper passing, : .. ... LOCATION. LAND NOT FOR SALE
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fife -
: I $25 or thirty days. 9 ieus \
have bid
your on or before
Angelo Costa, improper passingon 7 p. m., November 16, 1959. I
( hill), $25 or thirty days.
Hayes Alexander, improper tag, Place bids with:
I J B DAVIS, SR. JAMES SALE, JR.
$25 or thirty days. alI JOHN WARINGor
Gaston Robinson, permitting unauthorized -
to drive, $35 or
person
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MAIL TO BOX 294
thirty days. MADISON, FLORIDA '
Lr John W Currie, worthless check,
restitutionof (The committee reserves the rightto
i $25 fine and make full
reject any or all bids).
check in amount of $11.87, and
at defendant's request that I
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sheriff deduct an additional $12.14to
II cover account due J P Johnson,

I and in default of payment of fine I rI
a and full restitution of check, thirty
I days. f
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.$ J..<: driving .
Ivan Glennwood Stacy I A A
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revoked, M 0jP
while license suspended or
M
'? PONTIAC' g.OQO,000TH V-8 ENGINE cleared: final assembly $25 and ten days, and in defaultof %
today at the" Division's; modern production facilities in Pontiac, payment of fine, an additionalten 1 ? Guaranteed I
Mich, and Was checked into storage alongside endless racks of I SINCE''1898'
other V-8's aVaiting assembly with new 1960 Pontiacs. The days. Good Housekeeping)
power plant, as is routine with all Pontiac V-8's, under- Nicky M Tsacrios, driving with-
examination on the test stand before its release out license, case dismissed when Savings from $20.00 to
In its 1955 model Pontiac introduced its first valid drivers : qS A OYERiISEs O lytE
defendant presented $30.00 depending on
Ilestone with eight model variations and two horsepower
180 and 200. Today the Division offers the V-8 to 20 license. your pattern choice. Set ,. ,tlilEN
v
with eight different horsepower ratings ranging includes all the basic '" 1 SCAMPS

[ to 318. pieces at once to serve 8 ,,", .c l ...
--- -- G-E Appliances people graciously. all -"
wonderful savings over GOOD HOUSEKEEPING

WIN $25 PRIZE Howerton Supply Co. Wonderful open stock savings purchases.alsoon .t.. Wij ,

Basic Sets for 4 or 12
; ? 44e
......II11.... people. Choice of many
lovely patterns. I?
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November SpecialsAT BUDGET TERMS Performance of America's

0 Register for Free Watch to be .
Only Nationwide Plan
given away November 14thWAYNjdE9ER Stamp

Thigpen'sGulf
Now, GOOD HOUSEKEEPING has added its '

seal of approval to that of more than 23 million i
ServiceOn
American families-including many thousands here

U S 90 :Madison, Florida in Florida-who save S&H Green Stamps. :

HU 3-9942 Rev E B Evans, of Jacksonville, Florida housewives enthusiastically approve
1I consultant to the Architectural Department S&H Green Stamps because they get something extra
Free Pickup and Delivery Service
of the Southern Baptist
in quality merchandise without paying a penny more
CAR LUBRICATION .. 75c Convention, spoke at the prayer for what they buy. ,
meeting service at the Baptist

BATTERY CHARGE .. 50c church here Wednesday evening. Pick up a free copy of the beautiful 1959 S&H
By naming the new and exclusive dining room and loungeat with After the service Mr Evans met I Green Stamp Ideabook greatest ever published ,
. . 50c the Deacons to discuss the
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the CHUCK WAGON. This room is NOW OPEN. TIRE REPAIR I future building plans of the church, at any store or service station that gives S&H

Write your selection of a name" put in an envelope, and CAR WASH . . .. .75c which include a new pastorium and I Green Stamps and see the famous brand-name
facilities.
I educational products available to at
at the be announced now you
leave Chuck Wagon :Winner will
Come in today. See how good no added cost.S .
November, 15th. | our service really is f Are your brakes safe?

Open 6 P. M. Til? Never a'cover djargeMmimum $1.50STEk

t }' _...11111111111Irecisionware If not, drive in today to "

SEA FOOD CfflCKEN P HOWERTON Kitchen SUPPLY Cabinets CO. WILLIAMS\ GARAGE


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about the same merchandise you'd get any
Which you can answer "yes" if you always where else PLUS the enjoyment of these .
: buy from the business people right here at other things that your money pays for.
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I home. Where you live. i
When you buy anywhere else you get merchandise
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Wherever you buy, part of your money goes to ONLY. And your home community is
i t build and to keep up the community in which a little poorer because you carried off part of

"I :- you spend. To support schools, churches, civic its resources. And the many things other than. I'

J 1 projects to pay the people who work in that goods that your money pays for are left for .
: community and to provide better business and somebody else to enjoy while they wait for j

job opportunities for those who live there. you to return and give them some more.;
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RAGANS MOTOR CO. HOLTON'S, Inc. WAYNE W. WEGER, Jeweler

THE ECONOMY STORE THE VAN H. PRIEST CO. MICKLER'S LAUNDRY

DAYLIGHT DEP'T STORE MADISON HOME CENTER
.(. GROOVER TRACTOR CO.

. MADISON CLEANERS EAGLE DEPT STORE
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, WELLS FURNITURE CO. RADIO STATION WMAF 1
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DUNN FURNITURE CO. WESTERN AUTO STORE
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SCHWINN BICYCLES
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HOWERTON MOVE TO LAKE SUPPLY CITY CO. I e a

GIVEN AWAY
The many friends of Mr and Mrs DEC. 24

James F Harvey regret: their mov-
ing to Lake City Thursday. Mr
Harvey, who has been Planting ,
A Service ot t our Doctor ot Med+ane. I
Technician with the Forestry Ser- Your Local Mo'.cal! soom, and the
vice here for about two years has Florida. Medical Association. I
been promoted to Farm Foresterfor FACTS ABOUT RABIES
Columbia and surrounding Who said when dog bites man You saw it in Newsweek .
, counties. Mrs Harvey was active that's not news? As a matterof '"
AT
In the Junior Woman's Club and man fact,, when the news a mad becomes dog bitesa ex- now we've got it the .'

Methodist church. tremely important to the man. sensational Half-Scale :
Not all persons bitten by a rabid
animal develop rabies. But if / r
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Mr and Mrs Howell Edwards are they do they will die unless i9io H;
occupying their attractive new brick treatment is begun soon enough. '
in Lake- And it must be given unless it
home recently completed can be proved that the animalis MODEL T J.B.
side. not rabid.
ALUS-CHALMERS TRACTORS
The proof is obtained not by
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 3rd examining the dog's brain but I
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA by keeping the animal under Replica
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY.IN observation. If the animal is
healthy ten days after the bite,
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CHANCERY. SHELL PETROLEUM oucTa
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the possibility that rabies could
Genevieve Suma Ford, Plaintiffvs. have been transmitted is climi. 50"Wheelbase
nated. It is important to secure
William Thurman Ford, Defendant. such proof for after a bite unless
DIVORCETO the proof is available, the 3 HP
treatment must be given and it

642: Blowing William Rock Thurman North Ford Carolina.Box is without long and danger.expensive When and the animal not Engine P This 1910 Model T Replica will thrill

You are hereby notified that a is definitely rabid, admini-
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has ration of daily doses of vaccine -
;
for a period of 14 days is
: been filed against you, and you are indicated.
required to serve a copy of your Rabies vaccine is expected to
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of produce an active immunityeven youngsters up to 80 years old. ,
Complaint on the Plaintiff's At- after rabies has been introduced .
torney Ernest M Page Jr whose address into the human body
through the animal bite. This
is Madlson.Florida, and file the
time is based the
relationship on
I original answer or Pleading in the disease's long incubation period Stop by DAVIS SERVICE STATION today to
office of the Clerk of the Circuit and the assumption that inten-
Court in and for Madison County, sive active immunization will
before the 30th day of produce an immunity rapidly
Florida on or
enough to catch up with the
November A. D. 1959. If you fail developing infection. Thus the
' to do so, Decree Pro Confesso will infection would be overcome by RUNS AND HANDLES LIKE A REAL CAR! learn the full details of how you may receive t
be entered against you for the relief immunization before the virus
has had time to invade -d This bolF-wol. MoM T U I** drfaM of kids and yewa-vps wh.e.wi
demanded in the Bill of Complaint. destroy vital centers of < It .. town.. Sof-ovnd-folkNr built, it will .... hovl two odvft Steel torn
; The Enterprise-Recorder is here- nervous system. oed rv99d MovU FiWClou body iUcfcanfeal brokn. Forward novtral,
;, by designated as the newspaper in Recently it has been shov I ....... Red ipokoa wh*.l brow colored kooatompk Normal tpod lip to 10 this Model I T f free'!'f!
which said order shall be publishedonce that proper methods of centre. ..... Not .....9'1 for highway ..... but DIeM, of fvft on povwJ areas, .-eo
combined with area-wide va f"-
for four consecutive
week
a
cination of dogs can effectively:
\\eelvS. eliminate canine rabies from an
Witness my hand and official area. However in a number of .
seal this 28th day of October, A. D. states-including Floridarabidfoxes
Miscellaneous ShowerMiss
skunks and bats
are a
1959.DALE source of infection. While thereare Goodyear TIres $12.95
M. LESLIE, Clerk Cir- only about ted fatalities a Ii
cuit Court. year from rabies in the United Tempie Jean Thomas, whose
(SEAL) States it is one of the most marriage to Pat Buie will take 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type,,
9-4t-ch agonizing and frightening formsof
place, November 12, was complimented I
death known to man. plus tax and recappable tire.
with a lovely miscellaneous
BABY STOKES shower on Tuesday at 7:30 p. m.
( A.5' ':,f NEWMANAGEMENT
GOODYEAR TIRESJIM'S given by Mrs Robert Evans and MESSER
A/l-c and Mrs David. 0 Stokesof Miss Carol Evans at theirs home al AT
West Palm Beach Fla. announcethe Lee. Twenty guests included Mrs THESinclair
BAY STATION Battery & TIre Co.
birth of a baby girl born Nov. Joe H Thomas, mother of the bride
- 3 weighing: lbs. 13 ozs. They elect, and Mrs C Miller Buie motherof
- U. S. 90 EAST, MADISON named her Judy Lyn. Mr David the prospective bridegroom. Station

Stokes is the son of l\Ir and Mrs Autumn flowers were used to GETS FOOTBALL HONORS
Frank Stokes of Lee Fla. decorate the rooms and refresh- >!i,J (corner: V>f Base & Washington)

consisted "* .. ?,% MADISON, FLORIDA
ments of a dessert course Donnie Floyd got the vote for .. .<#' _
coffee and cold drinks. The honoree
Big Bend Back of the week for his You invited.to and
stop by
received many beautiful and useful ; are .
COATS & SUITS performance in the Madison Red See Us
Devils' 21-7
gifts.Guests triumph over Valdosta-
were entertained with Lowndes County High, last Friday
BY RICEMOR games. Prize winners were Miss night. The 6-1 180 pound Floyd
Emogene Bass and Mrs Buie. scored all three of his team's touch-

downs and picked up well over Nelson Herndon & Eustace KelleyPROPRIETORS
HONORED AT COFFEE three-fourths of the Red Devils'
Mrs Charlie Groover and Mrs rushing yardage.Mr .
W A Barfield were hostessesat

a lovely coffee Wednesday morn- Broadus Willoughby has Phone HU 3-6121 Madison, Florida
ing at the Groover
home
honoringMrs
moved from the Moseley house to
James F Harvey who left
his house he recently built in .
Thursday to make her home in Lakeside. Mrs Elizabeth Lind of St. Peters-
Jumbo Hamburg 30c.
I.ake City. Madisoman
burg a former and
About twenty guests enjoyed the Mr and Mrs Peter Bolkinstein, Choicest of Steaks and Sea

f ,delightful affair. G-E Appliances also of St Petersburg were week Foods at WHITE TOP,
Rooms opened to guests were end visitors in the city. While here
DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53,
i decorated in Autumn flowers and HowertonSupplyCo. they visited Mrs S P Griffin. Mrs
t berries and foliage. The refresh- M Bunting Jr, and Mrs R H Rowe. south of :Madison. 3-lt-ch
ment table covered with a linen --
cloth held a centerpiece of flowersin

shades of yellow, balanced by
lighted candles and lIrsV A Bar-
. : ) field poured coffee. Cookies, mints
; and nuts were served.

The honoree was surprised with OUR THANKS TO YOUThree

many guests. lovely parting gifts by the





//J rJ THE WEATHER' lucky families will be guests of the


Week ending November 3rd 1959
:
Max Min Rf. Madison Laundromat for full-course

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Wednesday 72 58 .10
t Thursday 75 62 3.83

: Friday 80 66 .02 Turkey dinner at the Chuck Wagon on

Saturday 79 66 .00
Sunday 79 66 .01
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H. : Monday 78 59 .00 Thanksgiving Day.

Tuesday 76 59 .00 .


TOTAL.Rainfall for October 8.40 in.3.96 Wash or dry your clothes at the Laundromat _:

Rainfall Jan 1st, 1959 to Nov I ..

1st.Rainfall 1959, 62.65 week ending inches. Oct 31st at this week, and read the bulletin boardjfl

Gibson Tower 4.00 in, Aucilla Tower -
4.30 in, Sinclair Tower 2.20 in,
Mill Creek Tower 1.50 in, Madison the Laundromat for details. _
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forestry headquarters 2.80 in. -. jW',
i Sun rises Nov 6th 651 am, sets ,
: 5:43 pm.Moon ,-- COIN OPERATED
sets Nov 6th 11:39 pm.

.- ., ,, Moon in constellation of Capri-
. '.F., cornus Nov 6th.
High tide Nov 6th at St. Marks
light 7:04 pm.

; MADISON LAUNDROMATSETZER'S

,,; Mr and Mrs Robert Mickler are
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' .. spending this week end in Atlanta

! Select Yours Now with Mr and Mrs Nat Norfleet IN


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USE OUR LAY-A-WAY PLAN your

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Bible Material: Acts 5:1742.Deration : ,
*! Beading: Psalm 37:30-40. I
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God First -
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Lesson for November 8, 1959"WE m

b. :

MUST OBEY God rather f
men." So said the .
Apostles long ago. It la one of the 'Y 4K rf
famed quotations from the Bible.Is .
" this just something from "Bible
times" or does it mean something

1 today"In?God We Trust" Is a motto '

everybody has seen on his money.- I Pc'Z
But how many .Y'
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2 .
t s '
people do trust in I ,

I God money more? thanin They

say that between the difference ."

North and SouthAmerica I
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is that \ r t "
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aY
the Europeanswho "\
came tosettle'South'

America came to Dr. Foreman ,

find,gold, but those who came to Y, ,
North America came to find God. .:t \k t
Is this true And if it is, could you
guess it from what North Amer- -,
icans 'spend their time
running I

after Whit Kind of Go&l1"Everybody a. T f ii-k
s : :
talkin'about heaven II 1Ii
ain't goin' there," an old "spirit-
ual" sings. You might add, "Every Ii! '
body talkin' about God ain't his .
.
real friend. With better grammarwe i w % i "
might say that there is a lot of .-+
talk about God, in magazines and
,
clubs and newspapers and even in *...__
the church, that is no more than
talk. It does not go deep and it 1 1i .5 'S .
means very little. But even whenIt i
does go deep and mean some-
thing,does it mean the right thing
We don't want to be pessimistic
about this. We don't mean to accuse THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
the whole population of being ALL FOR THE CHURCH

hypocrites. Nevertheless there is The Church is the factor earth for '
an appalling lot of loose talk (set This is the nursery- of a 1 large metropolitan hospital.I Six times a greatest on
to music sometimes) about God. the building of character and good citizenship.

"GOD FIRST" is a noble motto. A day these. precious bundles visit their happy mamas. And every night It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without
God who is not first is no God. But
"God first" is noble only if it their proud papas gape at them through the glass. Nurses watch over strong Church, neither democracy civilization :,'
means the right kind of Godorin 'i can survive There are four sound reasons why
other words the true God for, "' :them constantlyDoctors examine them daIly.r every-person---should attend services- i regularly' -anc)
the true God is the only right kind '.
of God there is. Bur' support the Church. They are: fl l ) For his I
the. statistics in tees of the police department cast a black t r-
Therefore all wrong kinds of own saKe.or his children sake (3) For
God are actually no gods at all, shadow over this innocent scene. For one of these babies> is J.D. the sake of his community.and nation. (4) For

only make-believe images carved, the sake of the Church itself which needs his
out in the minds of mistaken J.D. IS short for a juvenile delinquent. And from police records moral and material support. Plan to go tochw I"'" ,
people. For instance, if people sing
About "the Man upstairs," they and census figures we can estimate the proportion of new-born infants regularly and read your Bible daily

may God. think but they they are are not.singing God is about not who will become juvenile delinquents in ten to twenty years. The one I I

r tilling a man man.not even an enormous, sky- I factor that threatens the accuracy. of our calculations is that juvenile Day Book Chapter Verses

Rival Gods delinquency is increasing. Sunday Proverbs 17 8
Monday I Samuel 2 1-2
i It is not far wrong to say that
Tuesday Mark 4 26-29
whatever a person with all his There are just two ways to deal with the problem. One is to enlarge Wednesday Psalms 140 4-6
heart puts first, that is God for Thursday Proverbs 4 16-22
him. Religious people sing, "Praise our. jails. The other IS to give every child's spiritual well-being the same Friday Romans 7 20-25
God from whom all blessings flow." Saturday I Timothy 4 11-16
But if we may judge people's true thorough attention that this hospital gives his physical well-being.
opinions by their actions, we may ,

if have they to were conclude absolutely that some frank people aboutit Is yours a church-going family? Is yours a religious home?

would prefer another doxology. j '
,, They would have a revised version. 5 era r. pCopyri
It would be "Praise Wealth from jht 1W,K.iit.t w.Surx#,St'a.bu j. v.. ': Ste
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which all blessings flow." Not only

wealth but public opinion security .
power, success (measured by
leight of tailflns and horsepower
n the motor) may likewise be as
:Sod to those who expect all blessing -
from such things. Now a doll .. i. .
la perfectly harmless indeed it r .
may be a pretty toy, so long as it "
is only a doll. But if some one gets 1
hold of a doll and sets it up as a
and to it. that is idol-
god atry and prays it is bad. So wealth and These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week Sponsored by the Following Individuals and ;

success and security are good S
Establishments:
things; it is when they are set up -
as rivals to the true God that they -'; e e e e .'
_a rJ
become symbols of sin. . .

Loyalty Oath MADISON DRUG STORE BUDDY SMITH WESTERN AUTO STORE
We hear a good deal about loyralty
oaths. The fact is. every one The DUNN FURNITURE CO.
Rexall Store HARDWARE J. J. Sale, Jr., Owner
who is a professed Christian has '

made a public vow of loyalty to Phone HU 3-2300, Madison, Fin Phone HU MADISON FLA. ,
Madison 3-2385 Madison. Fla.
Florida
God. when he has taken his standas *
a member of the church of God. Phone HU 3-2340 .:.
Now what If that is the end of
1" <<:
it, if he is seldom if ever;seen in
the church again if he can never ''''ii

be counted on to share in any good : ].L
M ESSER
work, if, he cannot spare even a
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.LB. DAVIS, Inc.Madison .;,,
tenth of his income for the King :
dom of God then what did his BATTERY & TIRE 'CO.IIORROW INSURANCE QUALITY CLEANERS :

loyalty oath amount to? This is AGENCY FloridaREGISTER'S :
Temperance Sunday, and the essence MADISON, FLORIDA, 'Madison. FloridaFRALEIGHASHLEY ... When your clothes are not becoming ''
of the Christian I ..
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of
temperance
to you they should becoming .
sort, is living with considera- AUTO SERVICE j '
tion for others, not selfishly for t to us Phone HU 3-2255 ,.I
your own comforts. A church 'Phone HU 3-6450 Madison, Fla.CANTEY .
"member" who habitually spendson BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. 40" .
whether liquor or
luxuries ( .
) for himself. what he i'
whatever Wiring and RepairAppliancesMADISON.
sharing for the help of :. .
might be TRUCK & TRACTOR CO. MOTOR CO. CHERRY'S sSERVICESTATION
the needy (in mind, body and FLOIUDA.
spirit) through all the world Is a Phone HU 3-224L Madison Fla. Madison Florida,
member in name only. If we really
mean"God First,"we mean we in- Madison, Fla.aaaaaaaaaaaaa. .. '
God first To live for I -
tend to obey .
shows that God ta,' I j

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pulpwood and naval stores MHS HALLOWE'EN CARNIVAL =0-

county, with the by far larger

.1&1f i =(:1CofofR portion of its land in commercial Nell Norfleet was Queen and

; forests. Besides the staple Dale Walker King
of the Madison
ia i a I r 14 iBUCATlOHH.MBCUUIMAi AMp MMSTBiAi CUTU Of kOfiTN flOBlO
MADISON FLORIDA oops usually found in the secT High School Hallowe'en Carnival,, I -
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Telephone HU 3-63G1 111 S. E. SHELBY S tion the county grows con- and Judy Barber was Queen and I

Published Weekly Subscription $3.75 Per Year in AdvancE siderable beans, strawberries Orman Benitez School court King in of the the Annual Elementary -I

i Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Yea r and sweet corn, and also is the Hallowe'en celebration last Thurs-

ii i Advertising Rates :Made Known on Application location for two large nur- day night at the High School. I
! The senior school's court .
consisted er
oamb
series. The raising of poultry is
j Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June of Harry Copeland and O THE Uyt* ROOM NASMVH.U TENNESSEE

I 25. 1903, under Act of March 8, 1879. extensive. The city of Jacksonville Harriet Gandy, eighth grade; Freddy I IHE WOUD'SL MOSrjWIDEl* J SD/ DSYOIIONAL I CUIDE
in the next county east, Hughes and Nancy Hiers ninth
1! OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT, JR. affords a large and near by grade; Barry Groover and Julie THURSDAY, NOVEMBER S. as much as our means allow is
I Bouland, tenth grade; Jimmy Bunt- READ II CORINTHIANS
AND ASSOCIATES 8:7-12 what God needs in order to advance
market for Baker county pro- ing and Beverly Brinson, eleventh His
I kingdom.A .
MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 duce. A large state hospital, grade, and Sonny Arnold and Louise Assuming that earnest willingness, lad in ancient Rome said,

NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 the Northeast Mental Hospital, Brown Attendants, twelfth grade. the gift is acceptable .according to "Father, my sword is too short."
CONSOLIDATED JUNE 25 1908T. has been built in the upon the Elementary whatever a man has, and not ac- "Well, said his father "add a stepto
recently
and
; King Queen were: Russ Cave cording to what he has not. (II it." By doing for Christ as muchas
county at Macclenny. The and Pat Brown, first grade; Ben Corinthians 8:12. Weymouth)
C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. our means allow, we not only
famous Battle of Olustee, in Register and Christine Wells, sec- The Corinthian Church had voluntarily add to what we habut also help
C. MERCHANT JR. Managing Editor ond grade David Cruce and
; Peggy undertaken a collection for God give blessings to others.
MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor which Union forces headed for Clark, third grade; Frank Napoli the relief of Christians in Jeru- PRAYER: Eternal Father, forgiveus

MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising :Manager. Tallahassee were turned back, and Mary Ann Scruggs, fourth salem. Paul planned to visit Corinth for our failure to appreciatethe
grade and Ken Walker and Florence
was fought in the county. The and asked that the offering be worth to Thee of that whichwe
Coody, sixth grade. ready when he arrived.
have. Help us this day to door
with another colorful newspaper county was formed in 1861, and The Variety Show promoted by The Corinthians, however put off ( Christ as much as our means
Another Forward Step character, Major Dixon, who was named for Judge JamesM Mrs Alice Brown for the entertain- giving until they had more means allow. In the name of Him who
Baker. Next ment of the Kings, Queens, their from which to make their offering. became
The big North Florida Fair was standing at the type case week, Bay and poor that we might be
visitors
courts was held in Bu Paul assured them that if they rich. Amen.THOUGHT.
held at Tallahassee last week setting editorial just out of his county. the Auditorium and netted $110.70 gave according to that which they FOR THE DAY "Every

recorded another forward stepin head, without having written it. toward the grand total of $74933 had, the gift would be acceptableto man's life can be glorified by
net proceeds from the concessionsand
enter- But doubt if there are God. using well whatever he has."
farming
this section's we any
Elected Junior DirectorMrs PTA sponsored supper. Mrs That which we have can be of SULON G FERREE (North Caro-
prises. One of the young ex- Florida newspaper men living Ed Scanlan was chairman of the more use to Christ than we imagine. lina) World-wide Bible Reading-
hibitors was a prizewinner today who remember Major supper committee.The Our willingness to do for Christ Philemon 1-25.

v ith eighty bushels of corn to Dixon, possibly John and Dick Madison Bob Junior Lay Woman's, president Club of, was the Coney Island program, of was 1900, a in miniature a settingBy Clayton Jones, a student at FSU, a r .: a .

the acre, and of course the Pound of Cocoa and one or two elected District Junior Director of the Sea and included a senior was initiated into the Kappa Alpha STORE FRONT
many other farm products of others may remember old District 3 FFWC, at .the annual class skit Dr Fixit; Shine On Order at initiatory exercises the past Designing and Installation '
week.
meeting in Mont cello Harvest Moon, Bennie Rose Stewart;
last Thurs-
this part of the state, as well Major Butler, and we doubt if day. Mrs S C Edwards of Mayo Fast Tap by Nancy Matheny and -x- COLUMBIA GLASS & PAINT CO.
as school and home activities any of them even remember was elected Senior Director, and Judy Littleton; Make Love to Me, Mrs R F Bunting is convalescingat Lake City, Fla. Phone 1221

and other interesting programs, Peg Glaeseker, a one-legged Mrs W G Croft, Jr Mayo, District Cathy Allen; Black Cat Musical home after treatment at the . . . .
local
: Secretary. Comedy, Junior Class; Fast Tap, hospital.
and printer and than the 150 GALLONS
were properly handsomely younger MASH TAKEN
Attending from Madison were Johnny Gibson; Vocal Solo, Marie
displayed. :Madison county, as two above mentioned,. who had Mrs R C Horne Mrs Paul Touchton, Welch; Mack the Knife. Russell -
usual, had a fine exhibit, along Madison on his list as a fav- Mrs Peter F. Shea, Mrs Albert !. Long; Comedy Skit by Latin Club; Pecans Wanted Sheriff S H Moore working with
with of the other coun- orite place of call. But these Fiori, Mrs H T Holton Jr, Mrs piano solo, Jimmy Copeland; Blue:i.I State Beverage agents located a
so many Van H Priest and Mrs Lay. Moon, by the Four Teens; Say Mana All varieties in any quantity. Top moonshine liquor still late Friday
ties. It was the first one of were times of long ago. In more Mrs Priest was on the nominat- pantomime by Sophomore Class,I.I :, cash prices.WaIter OCT 30, about two miles southeastof
these Fairs that the writer recent times Charlie Helfensteinwas ing committee.Mr and the finale Twirling Routine. Sirmons. The still and equip-
missed in several publisher of the Live Oak The inclement weather Interferedwith I B. CunninghamLocated ment and 150 gallons of mash were
had years,
and "Mrs R D Davis had as the greatly anticipated cos- confiscated.
and our thoughts were there paper, and, following him, Louie guests Sunday, Mrs V 0 Doyle and tumed Halloween parade but pouring at Taxi Stand across from George Bess, colored, near whose
even if we couldn't make it \Vadsworth has been publisherfor daughter, Jan, of Jacksonville and ; rain failed to dampen the Bus Station and Post Office house the still was operated was
in the past several years. Mr and Mrs K E Burns and daughter ardor of either the participants or Phone 9557, Quitman Ga ai rested and later released on
person. Debbie, of Madison. patrons at the carnival indoors. bond.
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Great Anniversary Drags On I

The steel strike drags on, I .

Edition regardless of the terrific loss

of money and the suffering in-
The Suwannee Democrat putout
volved. Not only are the steel
a great edition week be-
workers and companies out of
fore last in celebration of its
work and business, but many
7f th anniversary replete with
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other lines of business are affected -
history of the county and
by the work stoppage.
other features. Only a
many Most\ of the automobile manu-
stream of water, small as great
: facturers have had to shut
livers but immense in
go I down, and, in fact, practically
memory and song, and in the I all other businesses have been, THESE ARE SOME OF THE NUTS, BOLTS AND SCREWS THAT WERE
longings of the human heart,
or will- be, curtailed to some

and divides many their of county the people from ours and,I ex lent. Certainly if the steel NOT! PUT INTO THE BODY AND FRAME OF THE 1960 PLYMOUTH.

leople are idle, they cannot buy .
things mentioned in the edi- .
tion are quite familiar to our ill that they would have They can't loosen and rattle because they're were built out of it from the start. And they

people, especially the older ones. bought if they had been busy, not there. Instead, Chrysler engineers now won't appear later to haunt you, because this
nnd this tightening up runs car is built to stay quiet for a long, long time.
and
The articles on the steamboatsthat bring you Dura-Quiet Unibody: a body
The United .
nil down the line.
ran up and down the Su- frame thafs a single unit welded around Quiet durability is only one of the advantages
States government is one of the
wannee in the old days were 5400 times for super strength. You will feel of solid Unibody construction. You'll notice unusual -
heaviest losers since it will
,
most interesting, and the remnant and hear the difference the first mile you new comfort as well,and new handling ease..
not get the heavy income ta.xesI
of one of them, the Madi- that it would have gotten if drive the Solid Plymouth for 1960. We think this is the best built, best perforrfing *.-'

son, presumably named for our I ._ .; car in the low-price class. Try it and see
I the mills had kept running.
county, can even now be seen I Expect a pleasant new experience when you first what you think.

in the clear cool waters of Troy I try the '60 Plymouth. What happened to the '
Built a new solid way to Awe you solid aatiafact tori
Springs when the river is down. I Seems Sensible Men "car sounds you used to think were normal? I

The newspaper history mentioned -: They're gone, in the new Solid Plymouth. They SOLID PLYMOUTH 1960 .

among former editors J Could Agree A Chrysler-en'ineered product ,

E Pound, who also at times I The High Court will probably

edited papers in Madison,I i j have .ruled on the TaftHartleylaw :rt3T

Perry, Mayo, and other places;I before this paper is published -

Burr A L Bixler, minister and I ; however, we have seri-

orphanage director as well as I ous doubts that it will uphold : kV
editor and F R McCormack, T
; i it. The government can, or atleast

editor of the paper for many does, put a man into the

;years. McCormack came to Live Army and make him fight, but

Oak under' the name of Sher-I under our system, we don't

wood; he had been involved, know that it can make him

though innocent, in some work unless he wishes to do so;

tumble out in the Mid-West, that is, if he has not been con- '.. wRkV RIwNr.

and many years later, when his j victed of crime. Of course, the w

innocence was established by situation should not have to .
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the death-bed confession of the I come to this. Certainly it

guilty person, he resumed his I I seems that sensible men could !

true name. We remember himas reach an agreement in which -r _
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a fine, kindly man. Nearly all, including the public, could :

fifty years ago we had some benefit, instead of being stubborn ____ NN

trouble with our newspaper about it and causing all

press here, so loaded our forms sides to suffer.
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on the early morning Sea-
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time of automobiles and good Baker county, one of the tier

roads-and took them over to of Florida co'unties bordering HAGANS MOTORCO1. 1 1c

Live Oak where Editor McCormack Georgia, has a population about

very kindly printed half that of Madison county .

the paper for us, without and an area about sixseventhsas 700 East Base Street Madison, Fla ". J

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CountyCourt Justice, thou JUSTICE narbinger of peace,

Roofing Siding Re-Modeling Foundation of free government, d
Coyer the earth like morning dews,
Speeding, $35 or thirty days: Al-
For as the dews thou art God sent.
fred Bailey, Henry Hill Lindsay
New Additions MD, Clarence Loggons Carlton Thou art considered to be blind, -THE TROO6LE WITH TR1W* TO

Stewart Hall, Clarence Ray Jr, But if it be that thou dost see. WAKE SPEED IS THAT THERE I It'
Kenneth D Hoffmeyer, Dennis Wesley Yet rich or poor or small or great K ALWAYS some JERK AHEAD s no mistake f for
No down payment and up to 5 years to pay Alexander, Sykes T Vreden- Receive but like judgment from WHO CUAMTS TO DRIVE SEt.I 18L"f.
burgh, Donald Philip Laws Freddie J.:
LARGEST STOCK OF GOOD USED BUILDING thee. your repairman to
Lee Lamb, "
Thomas
Jefferys O'-
MATERIALS Conner, Alicia T Cutshaw, Robert Thou art the offspring of wisdom 1 I .
W>'man Slocum, George Philip Fearless, thou fearest only God; I1 come to our store for
Koonce, Philip Tuttle Williams Jr, Bold as lions, harmless as doves, >-1
PAUL B. (TILL) WILLIAMSON dba Donald McSwain Loftis, James Alex Thou seekest universal good. 1 all of |your Auto ',

Coleman, George C Lacey, Walker f
seeketh truth,
Thy keen discernment 1
SOUTH GEORGIA FENCE AND CONSTRUCTION CO. Walker Overman, Robert Lee Por- I
Regarding neither lust nor spoils;
Parts needs. For
ter, Jerry Neal Albright, Konstan- high
217 W. Jordan St. Phone HU 36785MADISON tine Smirnes. Favoritism hath no place, I a
Only the truth serves as thy foil.
FLORIDA Speeding. $25 or thirty days: 0
quality, see us.
Charles Matthew Walker, John Carl Thy powerful hand alone sustains ,,
Jones, Eugene Kennedy Nobles, Freedom and liberty entwined, O
Billy Carytnel Maxwell, A C Davis, While with true impartiality 0
Kenneth Glenn Hudson. : Thou benefitest all mankind.
Driving without license, $35 or
SAVE thirty days: Joseph Proctor, Eddie I Thy sway renders all men content 1
qT LOW JamesClark, Glen Orville Low. Who wish and strive. to do the

Improper turn, $35 or .thirty days:I right
Theodore Mobley. While men of vicious thoughts and rfSr

Obediah Jonas, alias Obediah aims AUTO
PARTS
PRICES Jones, open profanity, $35 or thirty Are thus restrained,-fearing thy Inc.
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days. might. _... : -
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Clara McDonald, open profanity, Without thy sway kingdoms would _ .... _' c: J E; ti P''SE I E. -
1)1 4iL $35 or thirty days. fall, pCkNEr, ST 'MA .ISON,FLA.. 'Phon ;HU\3 222I
d JohnVadsworth, drunkenness,
Civilization suffer dearth
,
$25 or thirty days. LIVE OAK, FLA., PH. FO 2-2329; QtTTMAN, GA., PR 4401
Green Man would descend below the brute I
William Christion, assault and I
And peace would vanish from the
battery, $25
or thirty days.
F ODST00.E5 Freddie Turner drunkenness and earth. G-E Appliances i IN OPERATION JUMP DOWN .

Stamps open profanity $50 or thirty days. Assert thyself-whate'er betide, Wiesbaden, Germany (AHTNC
William Thomas Holcomb, nodriver's Though wreathed in darkness Army Pee Wayne R Rye, son of
Howerton Co.
license, $25 or thirty days. black as night Supply Harvey E Rye Sr, Madison, Fla,
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Freddie Lee Lamb, improper Let thy opposers know by deeds recently participated with the 8th
PRICES GOOD Thru Saturday Nov. 7th. ; passing (oncoming traffic), $35 or Thou standest firm for human FORMER RESIDENT PASSES Division's 505th: Infantry in Opera-

thirty days. rights tion Jump Down in Germany.The .
Jay H Thomas, driving without Mrs Cora L Parker, 74, died last exercise, which included a
license. $25 or thirty days. Instill within us, gracious Lord,
Thursday morning at her home in parachute jump was designed to
Marvin H This truth that we might watch-
I Young no valid driver'slicense
determine the effectiveness of the
Ii Mayo after a long illness. Mrs
i ful be:
$25
or thirty days.
Pal ker formerly lived in Madison infantry under simulated combat
Ulus Balloon, improper tag, $25or The unjust live but for a while,
county, when her husband, Rev AlI conditions.
thirty days. Only the just eternally,
Parker, was of churches
pastor
Jessie Haynes, drunkenness, $35 F G GARY, 405 W Jordan St., here.
or thirty days. Madison, Fla.ENLARGING.
Besides her husband, she is survhed -
David Henderson McCommoh.im improper by two sons and two daugh- Goodyear Tires $12.95
CRISCO H passing, $35 or thirty days. BUILDING ters.

I 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type

Peeler Burnett Meets I Tully Wells is greatly enlarging T J Beggs III spent the weekend plus tax and recappable tire.
i his building on East Bast street. visiting friends in Atlanta.x .

Death In Fall From I In addition to his other work, Mr -x- MESSER
3 Lb. 49 I Wells makes boats, and the great C Horne entered the local hos-
fishing industry and consequently pital for treatment Friday, after
Can 1 ScaffoldingPeeler demands for boats has necessitatedhis suffering an attack of illness at Battery & Tire Co.
providing more room for his his home. He was improving, but
operations. still a patient at this writing. |
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Limit one with o Burnett age 87 died Sun- -- -- --
$5.00 or more day night in'Madison County 0; ... .
Food Order, Memorial where
,
Hospital he was

under when treatment he fell for from injuries a ladderat received Announcing the new low prices for

his Cherry Lake home Friday
afternoon. Mr Burnett was a lifelong
resident of Madison County, was a all 1960 Mercury Country Cruisers
member of the Cherry Lake Metho- ,
dist church, and was steward of
the Church for 65 years. only 50 than with "/ names"*
ASTOR VAC PAK Survivors are one son, Willie now more wagons ow- rice

Burnett, of Cherry Lake; one grandson -
1-Lb. Can Willie Burnett Jr of the U S

I COFFEE Limit$5.00 one or more with 49. 1-" Coast Guard, at Norfolk, Va; one

I Food Order. '" ... great-grand son and one great-
I granddaughter; one brother, J D
I GIANT Limit 1 with $5.00 or more Food Ordw. Burnett of Keuka, Fla, and one

sister, Mrs A R Johnson, of Mon-.

I CHEER 591I ticello.Services were held at 3:00 p. m. a

Tuesday in the Cherry Lake Methodist -

I church, the pastor, the Rev C
B Davis, and the Rev John Collins
,
I officiating. The church choir rendered -
music. Interment was in the
church cemetery with the T J
Beggs Jr Funeral Home in charge.
' SUNNYLAND Active pallbearers were Messrs Y'o

Bob Jenkins, Russell Wiggins, Willie
, FRESH Blair, J J Sale Jr; Thomas Surles '+cF sw

and Evans Waldrep.
Honorary pallbearers: Messrs Walter -

Jarvis, Hary Cochran, Russell ,' a
l : PORK Smith, Larry Roffe, J J Sale Sr, t ,:.
Jack Johns, Bill Raines, Drew > l.y'
Hughey, Jim Cottingham, Steve ti'.
Wiatt, Sam Sale, Carl Marsh, Ike ;:".
i HAM' Hutto and D W Barnes. ;.

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GREASE FIRES

t i U Beautiful new Iowa- iced 1960 Mercury Colony Park and Commuter Country Cruisers
i Grease fires can destroy propertyand

LB. 39 injure, scar or kill persons.To The Commuter, for example, is priced $88 lower than last year.*
t HALF or avoid grease fires in the It now costs only $1.60 more a month* than station wagons

1 WHOLE kitchen, clean the stove regularly, with "low-price names." And look at all you get:
i removing any accumulated grease
and keep grease containers away (D HANDSOME HARDTOP STYLING One side pillar replaces '"
I from the stove. three. ((2)) UNIQUE ROAD-TUNED WHEELS. Greatest ride advance -

. Grease fires must be smothered, in a generation. ((3)) RETRACTABLE REAR WINDOW. No
L to" extinguish them. liftgate, easier loading. (@) MOST USABLE CARGO SPACE. '
If a grease fire does start, first Over 101 cu. ft. (@) FRONT-FACING 3rd SEAT. Optional on aU See it now
turn off the burner, if you are cook- models.
Self-storing. No sitting backwards. Quartelity
ing with kerosene H- rs_
gas electricity or ;
We invite you to check the facts and figures today.
CENTER CUlPork then cover the burning pan with a JOur MerCllll
4 t a'.d on Manufacturer s retail delivered for 1960 Country Crwser C--uler.1hown at
price Mercury
large flat cover, or smother the left., .. _" Dullr
top I960 model of 'low-pria woeons. bclvdci federal euae: lot ond svggested
fire with ordinary baking soda or dealer preparation and bandhng charge **Based on 30 months.
Cha
s L6.6 salt. Be careful to avoid the flames. MERCURY DIVISION ,. &rD IJI '
Use a long-handled fork to lift the _
cover. EVERY MODEL

JUICY, SWEET NOW AT NEW 1960 MERCURY
MINOR AUTO ACCIDENT LOW PRICES_


Oranges 529 A minor automobile- accident about Win BUY ANY CAR UNTIL YOITVE DRIVEN m THE ROAD-TUNEP 1960 MERCURY!
: 5:00 p m Saturday, south of Lee on
the Midway road, involved a 1957
LAND .0 SUNSHINEButter Chevrolet driven by Chester L
Webb, of Lee The accident happened
when the right rear tire blew out HARDEE MOTOR CO.
591t
l- and struck the a fence car crossed post. a ditch and

State Trooper Kilpatrick said the

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GREENVILLE WINS OVER TAMPA MAN, 73, REFUTES -: =-1fll! l

CP.AWFORDVILLE RECENT LEG GRAFT AS 1st. MadisonWins Waller Whitlock was a patient f Mrs T Ii' Hay spent the lJast week

at the local hospital from last at Fort Pierce visiting her
son 1
Greenville High School's} football TAMPA, Oct. 31-A 73yearoldman Donnie Wednesday until Monday. He is now I and famih Mr and Mrs W T Hay _
Floyd scored
team turned loose a trio of hard- last night scoffed at news reports -, on rompsof convalescing at home. and Rosalind and Martha
Gulf Life 52, 51 and six yards to pace Hay I
running backs in Johnny Letch- which termed the successful .
A APTAPLAN worth, John Kanej, and Cecil Sis- grafting of a man's almost severed Madison High School's football
team I
over Lowndes
trunk who led the Pirates to a leg back intoplace an unprecedented County Highof
Valdosta here last Friday night,
27-7 win over Cravvfordville last medical feat. '

Friday night. "The same thing happened to me 277.Maury i4y.Y'
Fits Blalock added
your a of
Kaney got the majority of the 29 years ago," W B Wilcox said. PATs and pair
Billy Rutherford booted
changingneeds points, scoring twice. All four Greenville "One main artery and the back one O
) scores came on short yardage leader were all that kept my right
Bill Clanton
set the visitors'
that climaxed sustained drives leg from falling off above the up
score on an 80 yard run and Bill
The initial touchdown came when knee
Kelly accounted for the six-pointer
Letchworth and Harold Johnston Wilcox has been probation parole
by falling on a fumble in the end
blocked a Panther punt deep in supervisor for Hillsborough County I
zone. Clanton booted the point after.
Ciawfordville territory. since his recovery from the accident I
The retirement plan you Kaney went the final three yards ,

buy for tomorrow can Letchworth and Sistrunk got a Two surgeons at Castro Valley, AMATEUR RADIO OPERATORS .
help meet today's needs touchdown ap:ece. All three each Calif announced Friday they grafted -
notched a PAT. Billy J Smith's right leg back into t
Walden H Phillips, W4PBO,
thanks to the tI
Sammy Alligood scored the Craw- place three months ago after a Route 1, Box 305, Madison Fla, I
exclusive AdaptAPlan.Ask fordville TD Carl Harrell passedto metal crane hook struck and nearly has been chosen to set up an organization -ti
Gulf Life end Ronnie Surber for severed I
your the extra it The leg was held to- of Madison amateur radio : : 1
point gether by a thin strand of skin.
;epreseuiaUve.tuif'; I operators prepared to furnish or- i
I The hospital director said Smith
ganized
I emergency communications I
F would be able to walk gain withina in t'me of disaster. Mr

I MAKES' FOOTBALL__ TEAM few months. Phillips' assignment which carries
4KI n-* m Wilcox said he received his injury the title
of Emergency Coordinator, If it's planned insurance
Lincoln University Pa.Hailing when a car skitided off a wet is to band together members of the

from Madison County Training road near Madison, Fla. amateur radio service in his com- .
School in Madison Fla., is James "I was riding with a minister
for
munity to perfect arrangements want.
I Donaldson. a 6' 2", _jupior, who named Phillips," he said. "When emergency: radio communication by protection you .
made his debut playing guard on the car went into the ditch it hams
Life in the event of natural disasters '
Lincoln's gridiron this'fall.. Despite threw me out." or other emergencies.. .' we are the people to see. It's, a regular part of
Lincoln's frustrating and continual He said a Dr Yates who ran
A {INSURANCE our service to provide you with all the help you need
losing streak, Donaldson has amasseda Yates Sanitarium at Madison, per-
., COMPANY great deal of experience.The formed the operation which saved chicken alive." '. in choosing a well planned. insurance program for

team scheduled to play St his leg. Wilcox said he remained in the your home car and business. Call us (or friendly,'
Paul's College at Lincoln's Home- "Dr Yates told me it wouldn't do hospital three months and was
O. c. KIRKLAND. Superintendent coming November 7 and the annual any good to sew the leg back on," walking again in two years. His efficient KWC.,
Ph. HU 342551 P. O. Box 292 classic with Howard UniversityNovember Wilcox said. "I told him I'd keepit right leg is slightly shorter than

MADISON, FLORIDAMr 21 at Lincoln on Rendall if he would just put it back in the other, which causes him to
Field, is hopeful that its luck might place. walk with a slight limp. "But it MORROW INSURANCEAGENCY

and Mrs Bob Lay and child- change against these two opponents "The doctor was really surprised doesn't give me any trouble," he -
ren visited friends in Live Oak when the operation was. success-f seid (
108 :
W. Pinckney, | Telephone HU 3-6250:
Sunday, and made a trip to Boy's ful He told me while I was on the He said he couldn't rememberthe

Ranch which they report most interesting i operating table that I didn't have" first name of the doctor, who
-x- 1 used 50 Dodge house enough blood left to keep" a died several years ago. RtpKWirtAt the ttwtfofd fir Insurance\ CWhpiny Oroupa


The Singer Sewing Machine Co trailer .
tractor $295.00 "
in Valdosta is advertising in the e' :
}-R, inviting the public to come,
in or use their collect telephonecall j HARDEE MOTOR CO. \.06 p

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Complete with poles & Mess Kits $1.98

pegs New Army Folding

Genuine ArmyCanteens Shovels . $1.98 f :

With Covers..... .. 98c With Cases CLOTHES DRY BETTER j5

7x7 Wall -- .,- ,

Army Tents . $14.95 :

Packs . . $1.49 Complete With Poles and A-:1. .'
> Now you can "step out on washday-do
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Complete With Straps Pegs '.
f :.nt' I Fz,-z _" your shopping or enjoy coffee with the

Army Type Camp Shoulder ___ neighbors. It's easy with a dependable

Hatchets . $1.39 Pack. . $1.49 --. ''''4.* Electric Clothes Dryer. Simply select the
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5x7 Wall Machetes . $1.98 .
Tents . $12.95; With Case f and your work is over Just load 'em

Complete With Poles and \ I and leave 'em-electricity dries your

Pegs -.a Jungle J ;; clothes perfectly rain or shine. For a
Hammocks $9.95
few hours of
cents a washday you save
Field Packs $2.98Genuine
Air \ hard work every week.

I Army Hat tresses $2.98
I Sleeping Bags $4.98 1t's Electric' Dryer Festival time so top

! Army. I' 1 ____: by and see the special values being
Scout Knives 98c . $2.98
i bayonets offered by your appliance dealer. Buy
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Hammocks $6.95 Bars. . $2.98 stole electric way!
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MADISON COUNTY 4-H EOY Baptist Circles Mr and Mrs Maurice F Bunnell, \ tldarl
WINS STATE AWARD : LAND DEALS
of St. Petersburg, were visitors CONSTRUCTION I I

with relatives here Sunday en route SPORTING NEEDSI Mrs Avis M Day, individually ands

Irwin Ulm has been named winnerof Mrs Van H Priest was hostessto from attending the Auburn-Florida New and Remodeling guardian, to Coleman Richard-
Production Circle No.1. at her home Monday football I son, 250 acres in Sees 13 and 24,
the State 4-H Corn game Saturday. Mrs Bun- Howerton Supply Co.
according toV I am. Mrs R B Bryan gave the EVINRUDE MOTORS ''I)1NR10E.
Award for 1959 nell is the former Miss Genevieve
4-H Club devotional and the program. This j CAMERAS & SUPPLIES Oscar Butler to Enoch Davis and
W Brown State Boys' Morrow former
a
Madisonian.
The Award, which is spon- was the first meeting of the new FISHING TACKLE i wife, 3 acres in SW J 4 of SWi
Aeent. North Florida Fair circles for the year. Work for the of NE',4, Sec 13. To 1 N, 119E.
sored by the e BROWNING WINCHESTER
consists of an all expense coming month was discussed. I Clanton Knowles and wife to
Association
trip to the National 4-H Hostess served coffee and toasted COMPLETE PEST CONTROL REMINGTON GUNS Archie Cone and wife, certain landn
paid held annually in sandwiches.Mrs NW'4 of Sec 20, Tp 1 N, R 7
Cluo Congress Irwin is the son of Mr Laura Warnock entertained FREE INSPECTION HOBBY CRAFT E for a homesite, with specifica-
Chicago. Circle No. 2 in her home Monday COMPLETE PHOTO SHOP ion of first option to purchase in
Route 1-
Ulm of
A C
and Lee. Mrs Irwin, along with twelve am. Mrs J J Conway, chairman, BURKE EXTERMINATING CO. SPORTING. GOODSLAMBRETTA I. (ase owners should decide to sell.
Florida boys winning state I presided and 14 members were MOTOR 1 J Cargile Jr & wife to Robert
other present. Mrs H E McArthur presented I[ Keeling and wife, Lots 1, 2, 3
4-11 awards, will attend 4-H Congress Q JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist SCOOTERS
Mrs Frank
Pin-
November 29 to Decem- the program. l md 4, King's Addn Town of
from I Davis is a new member. The hostess 111 East Green St, Jtta. -
ber 3. served delicious pouti$ cake, Broadus Willoughby to James A
Senior Phone :93JPERRY THE SPORT CENTER
A member of the Madison peanut sticks and coffee. *| e Fair and wife, Lot 13 and South
High 4-H Club, Irwin has been an Mrs Henry Messer was hostessto FLORIDAWe l ialf of Lot 14, Yellow Pine SID.
active 4-H Club member\, for six Circle No. 3, with eleven members Castle Park Shopping Center W B Hagan to Davie C Vickers,

years. His projects have includedcorn present. Mrs T M Raines gave exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and VALDOSTA, GA. certain lands in NEt"of NE!.,
production, beef steers, and the devotional and program. Hostess Sec; 29, Tp 1 NR7EinTownof
Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc.
hogs. served coffee and cookies. ;reenville.w .
In 1958 Irwin was winner of the Circle No. 4 met with Mrs J A "
State 4-H Corn Efficiency Award Smith Monday evening at her home.
with a yield of 101 bushels of corn Plans for the new year and aim M

per Irwin acre.showed the 'outh.Champ; Hostess for advancement served pumpkin were discussed.pie and '.., (Although this o is addressed to Chevrolet owners, we'd be glad to hare you read it, no matter what make you

ion single and pen of 3 barrows in coffee. MW own or plan to buy. It might well be as interesting and significant to you as to the Chevrolet owner.)

the 1955 North Florida Livestock Nita McCullough Circle met with .
Show. He has received County 4-H Mrs Dora Williams Monday evening -
award medals in field crops, meat at her home, with twelve mem- PEOPLE
animals, and swine. bus present. Mrs Myrtle MiHiron TO THE MORE THAN 16 MILLION -
Serving this year as Vice President gave two chapters of book The
of his local 4-H Club, Irwin! Holy Spirit In Missions, and Mrs WHO OWN CHEVROLET'SThe
has been an active leader in the I Freida Barber gave the program

4-H affairs. At the 1959 State Boys' from Royal Service, a monthly '.. .
4-H Short Course held at the Uni- mission magazine. The hostess served :

versity of Florida he was a County candy. I
delegate to the State Boys' 4-H NAVACO AWNINGS i 4I

Council. HOWERTON .SUPPLY COMPANYty w
Irwin is the third Madison County
boy to win the State 4-H Award in winners were; Alvin Henderson,
Com Production during the past RL 1 Lee, in 1958, and Carl Herring -
four years. Previous Madison Coun- Greenville, in 1956.
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.lftff -n first and the latest-the 1912 and the 1960 Chevrolet. The progress represented here is the result of continuing -

-. efforts to make your new Chevrolet always more beautiful, more useful and more raluable in erery respect.

You belong to the largest family of nomical, roomier, more quiet and com- proved service equipment and tech"
most
the industry's
in the automotive world. fortable,easier to handle and maneurer. niques. Maintain
owners
We hope you're proud of that. It Introduced the compact and revolutionary complete parts warehouse system.
satisfaction to Corrair. Produced a new line Finally,neither Chevrolet nor your
must give you great in choosing of Chevrolet trucks with unprecedented Chevrolet dealer has any intentionof
know that judgment
your
Chevrolet has been confirmed by so advances in efficiency cargo handling, forgetting you after you buy. To
:" other people. driver comfort and ability to get a job help keep you happy with your Chevrolet -
WJ many We know that we can hold .your done.But we have established a depart-
preference and your loyalty only by it isn't enough to design and ment new to us, and so far as we
Anticipated dividend rate on insured meeting responsibilities to you build the kinds of products you want. know new to the automobile indus
savings payable December 31, 1959 fully and completely from the day They must be built right. Solidly. try. This is the Chevrolet Departmentof .
buy Chevrolet to the day Carefully.Let Oicner Relations, whose only job is
FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST you you trade your it in. And so we'd like to us assure you of this: Cher- the coordination of Cherrolet and Chevrolet -
HOURS talk with you about our responsibilities rolet's fine reputation as a solid, well- dealer activities so that you enjoy
OFFICE as we see them, and what built, dependable product is being safe- utmost satisfaction during your entire
MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM we are doing to meet them. guarded by more checks and inspectionsand period of ownership. Through this
II Our first responsibility, we think, tests, than ever before. department, and through all the
THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON I is clear: To design and build productsthat Along with your Chevrolet dealer, other extraordinary steps we are
I' satisfy your needs and your we want you to have available the taking, Chevrolet and your Chev-
finest and most complete service
wants to the highest possible degree. rolet dealer hope to keep you a happy
The New I To that end, we have done these facilities. That is why we: Conduct member of the Chevrolet owner
I "' things for 1960: training schools for Chevrolet dealer
II Made the 1960 Chevrolet more eco- mechanics. Study and recommend im- family.. -

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Z n \ \ Woman's Society will meet next is spending Thursday and Friday I
a Monday: Janie Paul Circle with here visiting his parents Mr and

_o'O'_' WM.. Mrs A F Harrison at 10:00 a. m.; Mrs C T McWiIliams Sr. lie will
Nencie Bevan Circle with Mrs C L go to Jacksonville Saturday to attend -
I SARAH N STEEN-STATE In 1953 Sarah Helen spent a y ar : FIRST SETTLERS Geiger.Helen Parramore Circle with I a Kappa Sigma alumnus breakfast -

HOME ECONOMICS WINNER in Germany{ with her family while Mrs j C Burnette, and Hadden- and the Florida-Georgia football -
her father was on a tour of duty I*The first permanent;; white settlement was founded at StL Morrow Circle with Mrs S H Moore, game. Mr and Mrs McWiIliams I
Sarah Helen Steen 16 year old with the army from which he is now [Augustine in 1565 by Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles of Spain.) all at 4:00 p. m. Sr and Mr and Mrs Jesse Hughey
,I daughter of Mr and Mrs Morris retired. f American pioneers in Florida urged the purchase of Florida will also attend the game.
G Steen of Shady Grove is a State The Fla. delegation of 10 other I from Spain and in 1812 a Republic of Florida was organized' -x-
I 4-H Club Winner in Home Econom- girls will travel to Chicago by :',with aid from American troops. By the treaty of February 22, -):-
B G Waring has returned from
ics according to Miss Anna Mae plane. They will be accompaniedby t 1819, Spain sold Florida to the United States for $5,000,000>
overnmentj a three weeks'isit with his nieces, Mr and Mrs Waring Wyche have
Sikes State Girls 4-H Club Agentin Miss Ann Thompson Asst. State I The territory of Florida was created and ,civil ]
I Mrs Earl Shine and Mrs Mattie returned home after a three weeks'visit
Tallahassee. She will attend the Girls' 4-H Agent from Tallahassee. established]_by the act_of March 30.1822.. -
Walters and Kansas
Dale at Jacksonville in Liberty City
National 4-H Club Congress in
Only recently Sarah Helen was Beach. Mo., with Mr and Mrs M II Wheat
Chicago Nov. 29, Dec 3 as a guestof I honored by being chosen to be a SERVICES FOR INFANT Mrs Elizabeth Lind and Mr and
Montgomery Ward Co. member of the 1959 Pine Tree Mrs Peter Ballensteen of St. Peters-
Sarah Helen has entered upon her Festival Queen's court. Funeral services for Edward V burg spent the week end here and
8th year in 4-H Clubwork. She Hughey, infant son of Mr and Mrs visited with friends during their .
This is the third time
a Taylor
has completed 39 projects in 13 Raymond Hughey, of Jacksonville, stay. *
County girl has been so honored.
areas. Projects in clothing, garden- who died there Sunday were held
ing, foods, safety money manage- Two years ago a brother Morris at 10:30 a. m. Tuesday at the grave-I.I TIMBER WANTED!
was a State Corn Champion winner,
mcnt, health and steer have given side in Mount Horeb cemetery in
\ and some 6 years before Wilma
her variety in 4-H Club activity. Madison County.
TALBOH PAINTAND
She attended 4-H Camp Cherry Jean Rowell and Broward May Elk- The baby's survivors are besidesthe Any pine timber for sale, regard-
Lake for 6 years, and Short ins won similar trips to Chicago parents one sister, Teresa, of less of quantity; selective cutting or
Course in Tallahassee for 2 >'ears.i on the same kind of proposition. Jacksonville; the paternal grand- whole tracts. Please call ADEL,
She was honored by being elected Maternal grandparents are Mr parents, Mr and Mrs James L WALLPAPER CO.AT GEORGIA 7161 or 7501, COLLECT,
; 1959-60 President of the Fla. 4-H and Mrs A E Hendry of Moseley Davis, of Pinetta; the maternal or writeDELCOOK
% Club grls. Hall. grandparents, Mr and Mrs A M CASTLE PARK
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'i." Mizen of Salsbury, England, and TIMBER CO.
t:1'C' Mrs Harry Drake and son DIES IN VIRGINIAMrs the paternal great-grandparents. VALDOSTA, GA.

Rick of Panama City arrived Mon- and Mrs Drew Hughey of Madison. free parkingWe P. O. Box 499 .
day to visit her parents Mr and George Keith Taylor Jr 74, The T J Beggs Jr Funeral Home
Mrs Beasley of Amelia, Va, a friend of Mrs was in charge. have a complete line of Dwoskln ADEL. GEORGIA
Cole.x- Fred A Hardee and former visitor Wallpaper and 1500 colors of Paints
:Mrs Henry Ragans Mrs John here when she was head of the to select from. I

Dovjak and Mrs Kirby Reichmann Music Department at Florida State DISTRICT GARDEN CLUB
attended the of Florida College For Women in 1909, died
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Presbjterial in Quincy Thursday. last Thursday at her home at

I I Amelia.Richard She Eggleston was the and daughter Nanny of Mrs of Hendricks District, 3 of Federation Perry, president of- E x ense- all cl trip for 2O farm couples !
- TRIPS TO CHICAGO
Florida Garden Cl bs, was presiding -
Among the 4-H boys and girls. Kennedy Hardaway. Survivors in- officer at the Annual meet
from this section winning trips to I clude her husband Judge Keith ing of the District held in Jasper
the National Taylor Jr a son, Rev Richard F
Club
Congress in last Thursday.Mrs .
Taylor of Orange; a daughter, .
Chicago Nov 29-Dec 3 Hines I
are or'Laurel C R Mays Jr of Pompano
Boyd, Greenville, agriculture; Irwin Mrs William T DuBose Beach, Mrs Melville Hall, Zephyr- BIG.
Hill N C, and
three
grandchildren. -
Ulm, Lee, corn production Dozier
; hills! and Mrs Jack Dunlap of .
Services held Amelia
were at
Hendry, Shady Grove forestry, Orange Park, were guest speakers
church and burial
Larry Carlson Live Oak, gardening; Presbyterian was en the program. The Jasper Gar- z
and Sarah Steen, Greenville, home in Hollywood cemeterySmithCorona den Club served the noon luncheon.

economics. Mrs S H Moore Mrs R H Rowe, BERMUDA
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GEORGE- BARRINGTONDIES Bouland Jr of this city attended. :
IN AUGUSTA adding : ;
MAN SHOOTS WIFE
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George W Barrington, 63, president Machines typewriters HOLIDAY-
of the Bank of Melbourne and Joe Branch colored, is held in )
Trust Company, died Tuesday of the local jail on a charge of assault Fr>'fit ,
last week ai a hospital in Augusta and cash registers.The with intent to kill with a deadly .. ,
Ga. Mr Barrington was born in weapon in the shooting of his wife,
Quitman and lived for a numberof Clessie Branch.
In February, 1960, 20 winning .. 'f y D i
years in this part of Florida before Sheriff S H Moore said the shoot- .
moving to Melbourne R couples in the Allis-Chalmers ) -
in ing occurred Sunday night, on S i
132. He leaves his wife formerly EnterpriseRecorderBuilding 14 about 100 yards south of the Fall Purchase Contest will va-
Dell Pettis of Greenville, a daughter SAL depot. The bullet from a 22 i
Glora: Armstrong, of Melbourne caliber pistol entered the Branch cation in balmy Bermuda and

and a sister, of Quitman. "" -- "_ ."___ I I woman's abdomen on the right visit fabulous New York City. 1
side. She was hospitalized in Madison .
i i County Memorial Hospital. 3C" I'

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Material Of All Kinds! i Rev Charles W Echols of Tallahassee by doing part of your spring k :

I conducted services at the equipment buying now" ;
Largest Stock of Good Used Building Materials\ in Presbyterian church Sunday morning -
Y
He brought an inspiring #I
South Georgia or North Florida message on Faith and Trust in Real opportunity to wIn- -+ i

God. entries are limited to Allis -. iI
100 Used Bath Tubs ?
1500 Doors Chalmers customers whose '"" I

; 60 Electric & Gas Water 20,000 ft of Electric Wire, WHAT'S YOUR PROBLEM? buying qualifies them between (

Heaters All Sizes September 25 and the end of y : : t

2,000 Ibs Plumbers Lead I 75 Lavatories the year. .y ,

V-Crimp & Corrugated Metal] 2500 Windowsall G w. ./'

150 Good Commodes kinds and all sizes BE A WINNER! Plan to w. a

2500 Light Fixtures I 10,000 ft. Moulding join the other winning couples :
I
1500 Switch and Plug-in Boxes 50,000 ft. 1x3, 1x4, and 1x6 for a week of fun and sun. "

150 Kitchen Sinks, all kinds Flooring s SEE US FOR THE DETAILS '..,.

Pipe Fittings 5000 ft Door & Window Casing RIGHT. AWAY!

All kinds of Fuse & Braker 6500 ft 1x6 Square Edge Siding I If it's insurance, we will be N

Boxes i I I M glad to help you. In these inflation Contort iwbj'.d to!......;.... end local tow*. S I
Front Porch Columns, All Sizes,I II
days, the dollar is not
ALL SIZES OF LUMBER1Q000 up to 20 ft. high I
what it used to be; consequently -
itl"m ci&ovf Ik*TUlit-Clialintn plan to I
ft Pipe, Galvanized 30JOOO"ft. Beaded Ceiling insurance that adequatea
was time of farm f fS
finance y9ur purchase .quipm.nl. i
Black & Cast
Iron few not be .
years ago may :

sufficient now.

WE REMODEL, REPAIR, RE-ROOF, RE-SIDE We will be happy to talk over J
ALLICHALMER &
No down your insurance problems with i .4 _
payment and up to 5 years to pay rr ,
you. No obligation, of course. I SAILS AND SERVICE 1AWS t
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PAUL B. (TILL) WILLIAMSON dba Williams Insurance.Agency .

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SOUTH GEORGIA CHALAIERS TRACTORS
FENCE
& CONSTRUCTION CO. J

217 W. Jordan St Phone HU 3-6785 Madison, Florida .-. GENERAL INSURANCE .-, S.: S -. t j

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All Visit ToylandAT Don't Throw That Slick


Admissions; : Mrs Marilyn: Faye

Saluter, Waller Whitlock, Mrs Mary

f j t2i< orl/K&ri- Western Auto Store E Margaret Hitchcock Bell Xorman, R C Howard Horne,, 11-Mrs, Tire away !'

Alice Hunsberger, Jimmy Cruce

fI Madison, Florida Peeler Burnett, Gregory Hitchcock .
George Tudor. Mrs Alice Andrews,
I W. B. Davis Jr. WANTED: Two curb girls and a Mrs Dorothea Dear, Mrs Omelia BRING IT TO THE
night cook. Curb service 3 p. m. Shop early and useLayAWay Harris J C Sealey, Vernon Adams.

I REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: to 12 p. m. at WHITE-TOP Discharges: Mrs Mary E Hitch ,
ACREAGE.FARMS. DRIVE-IN on U S 53 south of Our Plan cock, Lemual Bailey, Mrs Mar-
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL Madison. 3-lt-ch garet Sharp, Mrs Arminta De-I North Florida Recapping CompanyOn

ESTATES RESIDENTIAL loach, Mrs Mary Bell, Mrs Delia'

APPRAISALS WANTED: Some nice, soft, clean Langford, Mrs Maxine Albrittonand U. S. 90, opposite Ragans Motor Co. .
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE rags. No buttons or woolens. THE baby, Miss Louise Davenport
TITLE INSURANCE ENTERPRISERECORDER.TAKEN Mrs Eddie Bunting, Mrs Alva Gas- Madison, Fla.
112 West Base Street Western ton, W B Wynn, Mrs Christine
UP: At my place Friday, Smith and
baby, Norman
MADISON. FLORIDA Wor Howard. !
and get new tire service out of it
Oct. 16 four
Phone HU 3-6277 hogs. Owner may Mrs Margaret Bell and baby, Mrs i
have same by paying costs. D E Associate Mary Hitchcock. Jimmy Cruce, I .
ROWELL, S. Range St., Madison, Waller
Whitlock, Mrs Alice Huns-
Broadus WE ALSO HAVE RE-CAP :
WilloughbyREALTOR Fl*. 8-3t-ch berger and baby, Mrs Nellie Moore TIRES FOR SALE

," ,, and Archie Creamer.

Phone Office HU 3-6481 BABY SMITHMr They will give you all the Tread Service A New Tire -
and
Residence HU 3-6481, Madison AVON CALLINGLast Mrs James Thomas
MADISON, FLORIDA Smith of Madison announce the will, or more, and at much less cost
chance to earn $2 to $3 birth of a baby girl, Oct. 28. She
FOR SALE: 100 acre farm in hour weighed 6 Ibs and 13 ozs. Yours for tire conservation
the AVON
an way be- K..aL --- ___ _-..7J1I.1': .a'.A
Cherry Lake area. Good 3 bedroom fore Christmas. Write AVON, BABY HARRIS

house, near schools, Churches and Box 3103, Tallahassee FJa.ftJ. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAYMrs Born to Mr and Mrs Rayford ORTH FLORRECAPPIN6 C(
store. On paved road. Good dirt. Harris of Madison Nov. 2, a baby

Only $13,500.Need : ", ",.....""" .................... ....>> Marie C Wadsworth was girl weighing 7 Ibs and 6 oz. -
listings on 17 small and honoree at a birthday dinner cele- BABY HITCHCOCKMr .
medium size farms. Have prospects. MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHENwith brating her eightieth birthday at and Mrs Charles Hitchcock of T
G-E
and PRE-
appliances the home of Mr and Mrs Guy Valdosta, Ga, announce the birthof
FOR SALE Florida Black Rye $3.50 CISIONWARE CABINETS. Up .
:
Morrow Sunday Nov 1. Guests a son, Oct. 28. He weighed 5 Ibs -
per bu. CLIFFORD LESLIE, Pin- to 5 years to pay. Call or write. who and 6
enjoyed the
day with Mrs ozs OIL STOVE EXPLOSION
etta. Florida: 9-tf-ch HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. HU I SERIOUSLY HURT IN
Wadsworth were her sons and BABY BELL CAUSES DISASTROUS FIREThe
3-6681, Madison. Fla. 7-tf-ch i AUTO ACCIDENT
FOR SALE: Dairy fertilizer, oak daughters, Mr John Wadsworth, Born to Mr and Mrs Ray Bell of
and pine wood and two fuel LIVE STOCK AUCTION Madison; Mr and Mrs James B Madison Oct 29, a baby girl. She eXPOSiO-:
oil heaters. MACK HADDEN, SELL your cattle and hogs in our i Wadsworth and five children of weighed 5 lbs and 10 ozs. a kerosene i
Tallahassee: Mr and Mrs Joe G BABY HUNSBERGER cooking stove at 3:55 p. m. Sun Dorthea B Dear of 431 GrooverSt.
8-4t-ch
HU 3-6293 Madison, Fla. auction each Monday. Sales start at
I
1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK Gay, West Palm Beach, and Mr Born to Mr and Mrs W B Huns- day at the home of Sidney Williams -, Ormond Beach, Fla, is in a
FOR SALE: Tobacco shade poles YARDS, Monticello Fla. 3-tf-cb I nd Mrs Guy Morrow and three berger of Madison Route 3, Oct. in Georgetown resulted in a! serious condition at Madison County -
and fence posts. JESSE STAL- daughters of Madison.x 30, a baoy boy. He weighed 8 lbs disastrous fire that practically destroyed -i Memorial Hospital of head and
VEY 104 Peach St., HOMER- and 2 oz. the home and contents. Approximate chest injuries and lacerations as
VILLE, GA., Phone HU 7-2117. : -x- COLORED PATIENTS damage was $3,000, according the result of an automobile acci-
6-5t-pd CIRARDIN JEWELERSFor and Mrs Neal Law have moved Admissions: Jake Fifie Herbert to the Fire Chief. dent about 9:05 p. m. Sunday a
( from Lakeside to the house vacated Tinsley Doyle BellamyVilIie Police Chief George Tudor was half mile west of Lee on U S 90.
FOR SALE: Baldwin Grand piano. i by Mr and Mrs Hazel Woodard.The Morle Holmes, Janie Washington, O"ercomeith smoke and fumes Trooper Kilpatrick, who made

Like new. Call HUnter 3-6355.9-lt-ch: SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL Woodards bought the Arnot Annie Lofton, Classie Branch, and while fighting the fire and was the investigation, said Miss Dear,
r house in Lakeside and the Arnots Johnny Givens. hospitalized over night at the local who was traveling east, driving a

P FOR SALE Florida Black Rye DIAMONDS JEWELRY moved to Americus, Ga. Discharged: Baldwin Green, Clara hospital. 1957 Valkswagon, apparently ran

and AB110 Oats. High germination. EXPERT REPAIRING EXCLUSIVE DEALER FRANCHISEBe McQuay and baby Jake Fifie, off the shoulder of the road and in

CARL SMITH, Rt. 2, Madison Willie Merle Holmes, Doyle Bellamy NEW RESIDENTSMr endeavoring to get. back on the
I Fla. 9-lt-pd. MEMBERS Born to Willie Merle Holmes highway, skidded and turned over
your own boss, $8,000 to Oct. 31 two and a half times. The car was
,
NATIONALBRIDAL a baby girl. and Mrs Elmer Simmons and
FOR SALE: AB 110 Oats. High II $10,000 yearly profit contacting badly wrecked.
HOWARD HUGHEY. dairymen in Madison area repre- son, Gene, of Dahlonega, Ga, arc
j Kermination. Mr and Mrs J C Burnette and new residents here. They are pres-
Fla. I0-4t-ch( SERVICEVALDOSTAGA. senting leading dairy equipment
Rt. 3, Madison, manufacturer. Minimum investment. daughter Miss Mary Kay Burnette ently guests of his aunt Mrs T J G-E Appliances
will leave Friday to spend the Atkins, but will have permanent
I secured by inventory. Opportunity to
week end in Charleston S C, to residence in a Priest apartment. Mr
QUTTMAN own your own business. For personal visit their son, Billy a student at I Simmons is an employe of Metal Howerton Supply Co.
BOX H. S.
interview write E. the Citadel. I .
Products.
I TELEVISION I SERVICE 303 No. Patterson c-o son, The Florida.Enterprise-Recorder,9ltpdCONSTRUCTION Madi-

"irS CERTAINLY
401 E Stevens St J.D. THE MOSTBEAUTIFUL ,r
Scruggs Y ,
-' # CAR -
We RepairRecordPlayersAutomobile OF ITS SIZEI" tr
, RadiosA FORESTER ,
: -
New and
Remodeling "AND irS THE EASIEST
,
SelectionsIN SURVEYOR
Few Choice REGISTERED ,
; CAR IN THE WORLD TO OWNP.
USED TV SETS Ph. HU 3-6186 Howerton Supply Co.

Work guaranteed satisfaction MADISON, FLA.
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OUR WAY OF SAYING

"THANK YOU"Phone FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm w

9481 Quitman Gar. I1
Timber Ranch Loans -
Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers :
Long Terms Low Interest'!

BEFORE SELLING your timberor SEE THE REPRESENTATIVE AT|

timber land, please see me. We THE MADISON COURT HOUSF)
are also interested in buying a EVERY TUESDAY MORNING.' A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine ,:
limited amount of pine-hardwood I Year Local Medial Society and the -
pulpwood delivered by truck to JOHN W. WADSWORTH Florida Medical Association. 0

Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. EFFECTS OF INDUSTRIAL

See write or callL. NOISE ON HEARINGAn
P. GIBSONRt. Registered Surveyor
3, Madison, Florida observant man was George
.
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 Phone HU 3-23"2 Fosbroke, M. D., who died more FALCON the New"size Ford is
I MADISON. FLORIDA than 100 years ago. He frequently .
FOH SALE: Florida black rye: $3.50 blacksmith had occasion to stop at .A\ ieric .
shops and have his lowest-priced 6passengerThe
per bushel at farm. COLEMAN For your grinding and mix- horse shod. Dr. Fosbroke no-

RICHARDSON, Rt. 2. Madison, ing on your farm, call WEST ticed and then reported that all
7-3t-pd of the smithies he knew were "
Florida. END MILLING COMPANY, somewhat hard of hearing. This Falcon is priced up to $72 less than Up to 30 mpg. The Falcon's outstanding gas

FOR SALE: Used gas refrigerator, Qaitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 was probably the first record of its rear-engine competitor as much asS economy was pnien when a fleet of Falcons
$25. Can be seen at MADISON the injurious effect of indust:il 124 less than other American-built, so- traveled every mile of numbered Federal high- '
collect noise on hearing.Industrial called in Run, U.S.A. Another
Economy
JEWELERS. HU 3-2540. 10-lt-ch compact 6-passenger cars. And the' way savings:
I noise as a cause of Ford Falcon is the The Falcon goes up to 4000 miles betweenoil
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deafness is
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homeon
changes.
FOR SALE: New 3-bedroom world to look 4
own. these
problem. There are two Just at Falcon
ister Sunday were their son and t .
south of ,
1 acre, eight miles types of deafness conductiveand
daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs J C, superiorities: Front-mounted engine. For stability and handling
Madison near Troy Road. Com- nerve deafness. Examples the Falcon's is
Register Jr, and son of Lake City,! of conductive deafness ease six-cylinder engine
bath, kitchen sink, electric include '' mounted front. And there is of free
plete 'Beauty and The Falcon has the up plenty
who were en route to Blakely Ga, blocking of the ear canal by economy
well,
hot water heater and 4-in and such diverse means as congenital clean lines and the uncluttered good looks of heat from the Falcon's fresh-air, hot-water heating
Mr
visit relatives, and Mrs
new car shelter. BOBBY SESSIONS to and children, absence of the canal, foreign I,the glamorous 60 Fords. Diamond Lustre system, with no sacrifice of gas mileage in .
Rt 1, Madison Fla. Carlton Register bodies in the canal or impactedwax Finish never needs waxing. Galvanized structural cold-weather driving. ,_t
10-lt-pd Eddie and Deane, of Adel. Ga. in the canal. Examples of members resist rust and corrosion. Bolt-on .
nerve deafness are destruction front fenders cost less replace New luxury interiors. You'll find the same
FOR RENT: Furnished apartmentwith t HEARTH ACHES I IfY of the end-organs of hearing by easily. quality materials and taste in design as in the
bedroom, living room, injury as exemplified in the effect Seats six passengers with all their luggage. big> new Fords. Door panels are fully u hol.
one and private bath, for IJawa' I of noise the lessening of The Falcon easily seats six big adults in builr- stered. Front seat cushions are generously foam-
kitchen the acuteness of hearing due to Thick roof insulation
.b' ; for-people comfort. There's no floormountedgear padded. guards against
for sale Three ". -
couple only. Also : old age and by infection. shift to interfere with frontseatpassenger. heat and noise.
center ,
fuel oil heaters. MRS E F DICKINSON Most commonly, deafness is .
3-2396. due to infection of the middleear. Big luggage compartment in the
t HU r
Phone 6tfchFOR Sound waves entering the rear holds_over 23 cu. fa/ *Bated m manufacturer tufyetitd retail delittrtd prior
tv external ear cannot set up vibrations
furnished in the small bones of __.J"O'O .
Downstairs .
RENT: Mx"They the middle
ear if disease has -
apartment, and'a newly furnished made the bones immovable. The(i New-size 1960 FORD ,

garage apartment. Apply MRS i When this occurs no vibrations y Easiest car In the world to ownf.D.A.F. FORD I1ci/bcd: 'I
NE\V IAN, phone HU 3-2523"1 reach the endings of the audi- -
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tory nerve and sound
St. impulsesare WORLD'S MOST EXPERIENCED NEW CAR
311 North Range r not carried to the brain.

FOR LEASE: My place of 65 complete Hearing normal aids cannot hearing restore, but '

miles north of Green- when used correctly they do .
acres 6 enable the individual to main- ._ HARDEE MOTOR CO.
vile, on Greenville-Quitman tain hearing contact with the ;
Available for 3 to world around him. At the first .
highway. sign or symptom of hearin
H THIGPEN, loss a person should visit hK

phone f years.FA G 2-5978 Rt 2, Box I would said be this.a real week's shocker program!" tion physician before for the an hearing ear examina-loss in- comer Base and Hancock Streets Madison, Florida

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CHURCH CHURCH 118 N. Orange St. ,
OAK HILL !NEWS'
A. preaching service every Sunday NEED YOUR:WATCH REPAIRED

WE WELCOME YOU A preaching Service every Sunday r SEE KELLY WATCHMAKERAll JP

1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. morning Book Study: Wednesday 7:30 p. m. -

Ind and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. 1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. Service Meeting: Friday 7:30 p. m. Repair Work Guaranteed j
School each GOOD USED WATCHESNew Mr and Mrs Ernest Young of
Sunday 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. Ministry School: Friday 8:30 p. m.
Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Sunday School every Sunday. Bible lecture: Sunday 3:00 p. m. watches and bands fur that Jasper were hosts to the Hammock I
Prayer Service each 11:00 Watchtower Study: appreciated gift. gathering Oct. 25. All the childrenof ,
1st and 3rd Sundays a. m2nd I
Wednesday 8:00 p. m. Sunday 4:15 p.m. KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP. Mrs Sally Hammock were pres-
and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m.
Family Night covered ]I ent and most of the grandchildren. '
Family Night Covered Dish Supper MADISON
dish supper, Friday Jumbo Hamburg ?0c. The affair was held at the Woman's ;
before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m.Voman's Friday night after second Sunday \\ Q Club and was thoroughly enjoyedby '
\ Society of every month promptly at 7:00 p. m. Choicest of Steaks and Sea all.

Christian Service Woman's Society of Christian Ser Foods at WHITE TOP NOTICE TO CREDITORS Mr and Mrs Coleman C Raines 1 l

meets Thursday after vice meets on Monday night after FLORIDA STATUTESIN and son Coley of Jacksonville i lI
DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53 "
1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. THE COURT OF THE COUNTY spent Sunday with Mrs R P I.I FLAVOR
Methodist Men's Club meets' The Methodist Men's Club meets south of Madison. 3-lt-ch JUDGE MADISON COUNTY Buchanan and family.

alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. Mrand Mrs Bobby Buchanan spent AOED4YEAtS +a..r.r

Springs Tuesday after Tuesday after the 4th Sunday SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW In re: Estate ofV L Collins, the week end with her parents,
4th Sunday 8:00 p.: m. 8:00 p. m. M A F Deceased.TO Mr and Mrs Ross Arnold of Dixie IN WOOD

Official Board meets 1st Wednesday The Official Board meets each; 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS Ga. Pepa.1-Col4
each even numbered month 7:55 News HAVING CLAIMS Mr.and Mrs J L Davis are spend- Bottling Company
month following the supper on;. OR DE- Ph 171, PenT Fla.COTTON .
service. time with her son, Raymond
afterEprajer 8:00 Baptist Hour MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: ing some
Commission on Education meets Family Night ,. Hughey and family this week QUOTAS
8:30 Gospel Music You and each of you are hereby
1st Wednesday each odd numbered P. K. ROWELL, S. S. Supt. 9:00 Revival Time notified and required to present any in Jacksonville.Mr I

month after prayer service. MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE, Treas. 1 9:30 Gospel Concert claims and demands which you, or and Mrs Talmage Bland had iOn
JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. C. DAVIS, PASTOR Tuesday Mrs Alice Bland
visitors
B. 1 10:00 News either of have as
1I I you, may againstth October 11. the Secretary of
THOMAS SURLES HARRY M. 10:05 Serenade estate of of Falmouth and Mrs Iris De-I
Sunday W -L Collins deceased Agriculture proclaimed a national
COCHRAN.Asst's.. LEE METHODIST CHURCH 10:45 Prelude to Worship late of said County, to the Maupasant of Gainesville.Mrs marketing quota of 13,133.000 bales
C. B. DAVIS, Pastor. 11:00! Morning Worship County Judge of Madison County W L Wynn Associational j (upland) and 66,590 bales (ELS)

CHURCH Preaching Every Sunday.1st 12:00 News Florida at his office in the court Mission study chairman of Middle I and a national acreage allotmentof
FIRST BAPTIST and 3rd Sundays 12:15 Afternoon Melodies house of said County at Madison, Florida Baptist WMU, directed a I I 16 million acres for the 1960
FLA.
GREENVILLE.School __ 10:00 A. M. -..-- 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. 12:55 News Florida, within eight calendar mission study clinic for all chairmenat crop of upland cotton and 64,776

Sunday Morning Worship _._ 11:00 A. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 9OOa.m. 1:00 Afternoon Melodies months from the time of the first the First Baptist church Oct. 26 acres for 1960 crop ELS cotton.

Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday School Every 1:30 Afternoon Melodic publication of this notice. Each with twenty attending. Jchn Cone, Chairman County Agri-

Baptist Training 7:30 P. M. Sunday ____._ 10:00 a. m 1:40 Serenade In Blue claim or demand shall be in writ- 1 After the interesting study session cultural Stabilization Committee,

Evening Worship Wed. 7:30 P. M Methodist Youth Fellowship 1:55 News ing, and shall state the place of a social hour was enjoyed with said today. At the same time the

Prayer Meeting --.-. 6:00 p. m 2:00 Hour o: Decision residence and post office address Madison WMS acting as hostess. Secretary announced that for upland -

HANSON METHODIST CHURCH ZEB WILLIAMS. Pastor 2:30 Musical Sunday of the claimant, and shall be sworn Mrs Florence MacMillian and Mrs cotton alternate choice (B),

Preaching Services every First BOB SEARCY, Sunday School Supt 2:55 News to by the claimant his agent or R L Crafton attended this meeting.Mr farm allotments will be 40 percent

and Third Sunday 11:00 a. m. 3:00 Musical Sunday his attorney, and any such claim or I I E Reaves had as visitors larger than the "regular" choice

and 7:00 p. m. PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 3:55 News demand not so filed shall be void. : Sunday Mr and Mrs Jim Reavesof (A) allotments for the same farm.
Sunday School every Sunday 4:00 Hit Parade MARY D COLLINS 1 Hahira, Mr and Mrs Paul Reaves The Secretary also set December

10:30 a. m. Preaching every Sunday 4:55 News As executrix of the Last Will and Mrs Carol Lehman and Mr I 15, 1959 as the date for the referendum -

Family Night Saturday before Sunday School __ 10:00 A..L 5:00 Music At Sundown and Testament of W L Collins, de and Mrs Martin Reaves and family.Mr on both Upland and ELS

Every second Sunday 6:00 p. m. Morning Worship ?_ 11:00 A. M. 5:30 Headlines: & Weather ceased. and Mrs Don Gregol have cotton marketing quotas, which

REV. C M. SAPPINGTON Pastor Baptist Training Union 7:00'P. M. 5:33 Sign Off First publication October 23rd. 1959 returned to their home in Tampa must be approved by at least two-

Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO 8-4t-pd after spending some time with her thirds of the cotton farmers if

HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting every CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE .: sister, Mrs Ran Terry.H. thp quotas are to be in effect for
MEDITERRANEAN (FHTNC) D. MEETINGMrs
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. M. the 1960 crop.
Raymond 0 Milford, aviation ord- Rubye Davis hostessto
)Morning Worship ......_ 11:00 A. M. W B SEALS, S S Superintendent was The national acreage allotment of
nanceman second class, USN son the October meeting of Oak Hill
Union 6:30 P. M. ScheduleWMAF 16 million acres for upland cotton
Training J ARTHUR CRUCE
Baptist Training Union Daily Program
of Mr and Mrs Charles L Milford H D Club. During the business for
Evening Worship' ._.___.. 7:30 P. M. is the same as the allotment
of Route 2, Madison Fla., is serving session
given by
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Director.ERNEST good reports were 1959: but 1960 allotment for ELS
Brotherhood last Thursdayof GURR, Minister 1230 ON YOUR DIAL with Fighter Squadron 62 aboard the{ chairmen. Almon Zipperer, H D presents a decrease of approxi-

each month at ........ 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO 6:00 AJ.L Sign On the attack aircraft carrier USS agent, presented the program. Accessories mately 8.5 percent.
6:02 Fla Farm Hr. Essex operating with the U S for Your Home and
W.M.U.: Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH
6:25 World & State News Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean demonstrated how to re-bottom a
Evelene Kelley Circle I
3rd Thursday _..._..... 2:30 P. M. Come Worship With Us 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour chair. Mrs Evelyn Sutton was a

V. L. SINGLETARY, S. S. Supt Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M. 6:45 Rudy Hamrick When buying your visitor. The hostess served delicious COMPLETE LINE
(Mon. Wed. Fri.) refreshments of nut cake, chips
ALBERT KELLEY, B.T.U. Director Morning Worship .___ 11:00 A. M.
6:55 World News ritz and frosty drinks. Twelve members -
REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN Pastor Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. 7:00 State New E-R from Newsboys attended.Do FLOOR TILES

Evening Worship ._...._ 7:30 P. M.
WELCOME; TO 7:05 Coffee With Ray' you know the goldenrod
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. :M.
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:45 World News Please DO NOT park in the pennyroyal and wild aster are AND

Sunday School __..._ 10:00 A. M. Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 7:50( State News street and make your newsboy run blooming and the maples are putting -
Jack Pickles _.._.._ S. S.
Morning Worship ..._ 11:00 A. M. Supt. 7:55 Weather News out into the street to make a sale. on their lovely scarlet and gold CABINET TOPS'Supply
Sim Andrews B. T. U. Director
Training Union ..._ 6:30 P. M. 8:00: Coffee with Ray Kindly pull over to the curb. fall dress? -
REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS Pastor
Evening Worship __ .7:30 P. M. 9:00 Morning evotions Our newsboys have instructionsto

Prayer Meeting -.....--- 7:30 P. M.I CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 9:15: Musical Interlude STAY OUT of the streets, and Aluminum screens and frames Howerton Co.ALBRTCTON
Church Business Meeting First CHURCH 9:30 Music Unlimited we will appreciate your co-cperat- cost less than wood .

Wednesday night of each month.. 10:00 News in? with us AND THEM for 'HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.

Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second Preaching Services every Sunday 10:05 Music Unlimited THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very i! --

Thursday night of each month. Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 10:30 Music Unlimited much. I

Fresching Services: Every Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 11:00 Music Unlimited Jumbo Hamburgers' 30c.|
Come Worship Wife Us. Sunday School every Sunday at 11:15 Public Service :i BROS.1m' -

REV. DOZIER SAPP, Pastor 10:00 A. M. 11:30 Record Session Choicest of Steaks and Sea 1

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M.J I' 12:00 World News Foods at WHITE TOP TRACTOR CO.

JIEY. I. T. CARTER Pastor Prayer Meeting every Wednesday 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53,I
at 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood j 12:30 Talk Of The Town FIFTH STREET
Sunday.
Services every south of :Madison. 3-lt-ch
Sunday School __._.._.,._.. 10:00 a. m. first Thursday every 12:40 Uncle Ned TEL. FO 2-2381
Morning Worship .__... 11:00 a. m. month at 7:30 P. M. 12:45 State News YOUR MASSEYFERGUSONDEALER

Training Union ............ 7:00 p. m. EverybodyVelcome.. 1250 Farm News Keaton Beach On
Evening Worship _...._ 8:00 p. m. REV. J. R. COLLINS Pastor 1255 Weather News LIVE OAK, FLA.
Wed. __ 7:30 m. 1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade
Prayer Meeting p.
MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST 1:55 News The Gulf

-MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST 701 South Range 2:00: Gospel Time I e . . . . . s '
t CHURCH Bible Study __ 10:00 A. M. 2:30 Public Service .

P.EV. JACK LAMB PastorS. Lord's Supper and } 2:45 Afternoon Melodies Water front lots priced from I One Great TeamAmoco

R. Sapp Chairman Board of Edification 11:00 A. M. 2:55 World & State News I I I 10% down balance to :
Deacons. Bible Study ____ 7:00 p M. 3:00 Afternoon Melodies $995. .

Billy Bailey ._... BTU Director Preaching 7:30 P. M.Ladies' 3:45 Public Service suit. Safe, clean bathing beach,I, : White Gas & Super Permalube Oil :

Leroy Cruse _.,_ Associate Director 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, a .

Miss Merle Bass ......_ Song Leader MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 5:00 4:55 World & State News or week-end Retreat at a price .

Mrs Juanita Cruse ...._.... Pianist Services every first and third 5:45 Request Parade ulequalled any place on the :tx .
Sports Highlights
Sunday School........ 10:00 A. M Sundays at 11 a. m., and 8:00 p. m. 6:00 World W. of v a !
; School Sunday 10:00 News coast. 20 mi. S. Perryon .
Sunday
l.torningVorship ......? 11:00 A. M. every 6:15 Twilight Tunes .
a.m.fraining Hwy. S361 (soon to be completed .
Trnming Union .__ 7:00 P. M. 655 News
Union every Sunday 7:00p. via Steinhatchee .
Evening Worship ...... 8:00 P. M. 7:00 Sign Off south ) .
mREV S b .
Prayer Meeting Wed 7:30 P. M. W. T. RTCBOBT, Pastor PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO Come see us, or write P. O. r
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Just as I am, without one plea.'I BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Box 301, Perry, Florida. .

come Regardless of your clothes Welcomes- You 4-6t-pd .

condition. Whether cotton, Home- Services Every Sunday- WAKE UPRARIN'

spun. You are welcome in our REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor

church service. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Georgia
TO GO MEDDERS r
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Morning Worship _.- 11:00 A.
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Choir Practice _____ 6:00 P. 1\1.1 Without Nagging Backache PLATE GLASSI

Sunday School........... 10:00 A. M. Training Union __ 6:30 P. M. need Now from I Too nagging can get backache the fast relief headache you .

Morning Worship ".'_ 11:00 A. M. Evening Worship ...__ 7:30 P. M. .and muscular aches and pains that often A
)Evening Worship ........._ 7:30 P. M. Wed. 7:30 P. M. cause restless nights and miserable tired compa Y
Prayer Meeting, out feelings. When these discomforts
Y6uth Service Wednesday 8.-00 P. M. come on with overexertion or stress and GLASS ; : AMOCO STATION : I Ia

REV. B. B. BRICKLEY. Pastor SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Another strain-700 disturbance want relief-want may be mild ft bladder fast I GLASS BLOCK *
.. CHURCH
irritation following wrong food and -
L. D. S, SERVICE Services every Saturday at Madison drink-often setting up a restless uncomfortable MIRRORS *

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF American Legion HalL Doana Pills feeling.work fast in I separate / t ARNK MEDDEBS Owner :

LATTER DAY SAINTS Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. to wars ease: 1.torment by speedy of pain-rebering nagging backache action 215 W. Savannah Ave. :.

School __ 10:00 a. m Church Service at 3 p. m. headaches muscular aches and pains. Phone CHERRY 2-5285 r .
Sunday : ,
m."m' 2. by soothing effect on bladder irrita- New Greater No-lead AMOCO Gas,Tires, Batteries & 1
Sacrament Meeting "..... 11:00 a. m. E C WILLIS, S S Supt tion. S. by mild diuretic action tendingto Valdosta, Georgia Accessoriesr
Relief Society and Priesthood time HAROLD YATES' Pastor Tele- increase output of the 15 miles of LUBRICATION WASHING & POLISHING 1
kidney tabes. _
as announced at Sacra- Everyone Welcome! Enjoy a good night's sleep and the -
and place '
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