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 Material Information
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 13, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33284795
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System ID: UF00028405:00199
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PUBLISHED I IN THE EDUCATIONAL AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF NORTH FLORIDA


VOL. LIX No. 1 II 1 Return Postage Guaranteed'CARSON'S NOVEMBER isth. 1959 :Madison, Florida Price |Qc Yearly Subscription $3.75; Delayed Renewals ?4.Xi(






NOW SNIPPING FURNITURE





i CARSON'S OF :MADISON, Inc., newest industry in :Madi- I
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,t'i I I son, the educational, agricultural and industrial center of I
' I North Florida, has shipped its first van load of furniture! I

t'I I On this page are ten snapshots of the interior of Carson's :I f .

plant, in which is produced a lovely line of upholstered I \ '.

I furniture. Production of the Madison plant will be'I I .
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sold in Florida at first, and in other nearby states later, b.
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Mr Charles Stout, manager, said this week. _

$250,000 PAYROLL WITH FULL CREW
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qrw The 500-foot long plant. presently employing 25, will have

I I 100 to 125 employees some time in 1960, according to

w present plans, and will have a payroll of a quarter million

dollars. Gross sales of the factory _are estimated to be

one million annually when in full production.
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\s Carson Stout, of High Point, N. C.,. is president of the !

parent company, Carson's of High Point, which operates I

several factories in North Carolina and Georgia. I


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Y x x Nov Randell were up for a weekend visit with
II RoweJr of Madison sits at
Mr and Mrs Fred Wilsky and chil-
Madison County legislator's desk in .
I house of representatives chambers, dren. I I
[ where he attended a practical legal CORRECTION |I
education institute last week. The In last week's issue I wrote that

j fix"e-day course is conducted for Mr and Mrs David Williams had

I young. lawyers by the Junior Bar I moved to Lee. It should have been
n..a. v rg Section of The Florida Bar. Rowe David Rutherford. Sorry for this
r i will; be sworn in to The Florida ,
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F y I error j|
'f p tt( Bar Friday in impressive supreme Mr Dalton Mercer accompaniedMrs
I court ceremonies for those whopassed
Mercer and Shelba Mercer to
1 M recent state bar exams. He
2 f v Yr 'i3 a graduate of Cumberland University Jacksonville Monday. Shelba and

i I law school. his mother are to stay over fora

""' :m A I IK few days in a hospital for a

a y yA. Boy Scout DriveWednesday medical checkup.Mr .
and Mrs A E Ragans wentto II

Adel Sunday for a few days I
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Nov. 18The
visit with their mother, Mrs Ivey :

,R r a fi; annual Bo>" Scout financial and other relatives.Mr I JM l _

I dme will get underway next G L Brown spent a few

Wednesday morning, Nov. 18, at I days the past week with Mr and ,; %
730 with a breakfast at the' Mrs Dick Williams of Capps. I r W
Woman's I' __
Club.
Mr and Mrs L L McMullen have: -
The local steering committee is 5
just about completed a two room
composed of C P Kelly, Henry
addition to' their home and have '
1 Messer, T J Beggs 3rd, R H Rowe,
Jr. C Schnitker and Wm. Burton repainted inside and outside of the ,:
Clark. house in white. They plan to re. :
} r3'va The is work the floors at a later date. .
L goal $2500. -r'-
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hf Scouting needs your generous MULE RUN OVER
d support to enrich its program Mr S E Whitty's mule got out

E through camping, community ser- of the pasture Sunday and was
vice and training in self-reliance run over by the train. Another'I C

skills; and to reach more boys mule belonging to someone else I .11:. ..

through more cub packs, scout was with it, but it made the cross -S
troops and explorer units. r
ing without harm. I
a Last year the financial Investment Ea i
in Mr Hubert Rowe spent last week t n
Scouting enabled the movement -
< to reach 20% more boys. here with his parents, Mr and Mrs I

Five thousand boys in the Su- R Rowe. His friends are glad to|
wannee River Area Council need learn that he is doing nicely from l'

jour help.SERIOUSLY. an injured foot. f

Mr and Mrs Sol Payne haveI I
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I HURT IN moved to their new building on :

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Charles Ezell of Gainesville,
W A Mickler has opened up busi- I Ii
brother of I I i
Mrs S A Kinsey Jr, of
I Madison received serious head injuries ness in the station vacated by. i!

in an automobile accident the Paynes. :

last Friday night near Ocala. Mr
> fell is at Monroe Memorial Hospital MADISON REO DEVILS
i ; Ocala, where he continues ina DOWNED BY LIVE OAK

critical condition. Perry Higgs, I:
of Ocala, a passenger in the car Live Oak came to town last Friday
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with Mr Ezell, was also hospitalized night and shook the Madison
for injuries.Mr Red Devils fromthe winner's''

Ezell! has a. wife and three perch by downing them 20-3. ;,
children: in Gainesville. t Th first half of the hard-fought'' Y A.fi

I The accident occurred when Mr struggle ended 0-0. In the third 'Ifs'F
czell rounded a curve and losti and fourth periods Lave Oak halfback -I',
control of his car. Skinner broke loose for three
touchdowns.The ,
Mrs, Harvey Hawkins is spendingsome loss was Madison's secondin
I time in Baltimore, where three weeks and leaves the Red

she Is visiting her sister. .' Devils with a 4-3-1 season record.
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666 ALL ENTERTAINMENT r'4
Saturday, November 14 Je NOTICES

DOUBLE FEATURE (regardless of sponsor) U
THE TRUE STORY OF JESSE
Q ALL NOTICES OF MONEY-
JAMES, in cinemaScope and De- RAISING PROJECTS 5

Luxe color, starring Robert Wagner, Luncheon ComplimentsBride (regardless of sponsor) f
Jeffrey Hunter, Hope Lange, Agnes )
lloorehcad The story that packs a MADISON ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE : : Y
tvallop Action and adventure rides Elect ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY
DRIVEINTHEATREOpen KIND
the range with the James boys.
THE PAGANS, starring Helene every night Children under 12 (regardless of organization)

Remy, Pierre Cressoy. A swashbuckling (in cars) always free. Miss Jenobel Zipperer, whose Prices are reasonable. Rising pro-
tempestuous story of IGtfi engagement to Robert Andrews has duction costs force us to omit ALL
century Rome. Pillage and murderin BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 P. M. been announced, was'complimentedwith FREE ADVERTISING.THE .
a lovely luncheon Saturday
SHOW STARTS 7:00
The Spanish Sack of ancient ENTERPRISERECORDERSPEAKS
given by three hostesses at the
Rome. Cartoon.SundayMonday PROGRAM
home of Mrs V M Folsom. Hos- ON THORNWELLDr
November 15, 16 Friday-Saturday, November 13, 14
tesses with Mrs Folsom were her L Ross Lynn of Tallahassee,
THE BLUE ANGEL, in cinema- -i
DOUBLE FEATUR, daughter Miss Anne Folsom and part
time supply pastor of the
Scope and DeLuxe color, starring The best friend
THE YOUNG LAND, Pat Wayne.
Curt Jurgens, May Britt. She turned Mrs J P Morrow. This was the local Presbyterian church while the ,
first of a series of lovely parties church is
without a regular
STOPOVER Robert
TOKYO
the heads and hearts of men everywhere pas.
This one was willing to Wagner, Joan Collins. planned for this popular bride elect. tor, gave a glowing report at the your budget ever had Ice
Arrangements of daisy chrysan-
give. up everything for the girl service Sunday morning on Thorn- ...- .-
S tmday-Monday, November 15, 16 themums centered the dining table well Orphanage at Clinton S C "
an '
With the golden hair. Cartoon.
Now have theulsuran protection need t/
23 PACES TO BAKER STREET, and vantage points in the room. institution which he headed for you can you .: .:
Tues-Wed November 17, 18
DOUBLE FEATURE fan Johnson, Vera Miles. Included in the twelve guests many years. |and budget the payments.Our plan allows you to pay .

THE MAN IN THE NET, starring Tues-Wed-Thurs, Nor. 17, 18, 19 present the honoree were Mrs, Mrs Zipperer Irene Andrews, motherof This coming Sunday Rev CharlesV for coverages on your home car... business, by

AJan Ladd, Carolyn Jones. Tre- AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER mother of the prospective bride- duct Echols the morning of Tallahassee service.will, con- the mQnlh. Call us and well arrange a plan for you.
mendous marital drama. Alive and
Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr.
groom, and three K D sorority sisters -
dead she made his life a tragedy from FSU. Miss Gail Robertsof
untilBreathtaking story of a MEETS DEATH IN AUTO MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY
Tampa, Miss Rhoda Arnold of
wilful wife and a falsely accused GARDENCIRCLES ACCIDENTMiss
kusband. Lake City, and Miss Polly Clark of

Monti cello. Sarah E Pearson 18 108 W. Pinckney Telephone HU 3-6250
THE VAMPIRE'S GHOST star- daughter .
The three course luncheon was of Mr and Mrs
ring John Abbot Peggy Stewart.A Mrs Jack Wade and Mrs J C Barney Pearson _
spine-tingling story Cartoon. Register were co-hostesses to the served received buffet gifts of style.silver The and honoree chinain of Mayo, Fla, died in St. Vincent's Reprtitntlng fa Hartford Fire Insuring> Cofofrafty Group.. :

Thursday-Friday, November 19, 20 Azalea Circle of the Garden Club her pattern from the hostesses. hospital, Jacksonville, Sun-
DOUBLE FEATURE Thursday morning at Mrs Wade's day of injuries received in an
FACE OF A FUGITIVE in Lakeside home. There were 22 automobile accident near Mayo Mrs W H Williamson visited her Dr and Mrs A P Edgerly returned -

Eastman color, starring Fred Mac- members present. Mrs J A Davis Friday night. Miss Pearson was a daughter, Mrs A B Ware, and Mr I. Monday from a weekend -

Murray, Lin McCarthy, Dorothy chairman, introduced Mrs 0 R \Weaver-Painter student of North Florida Junior Ware in Branford Sunday. I,visit in Albany, Ga with relatives.

Green From the quivering peaks of Hamrick who had charge of the College at Madison. r 1

suspense to the shivering base of program on Thanksgiving arrange- Engagement Funeral arrangements were in
jour spine-the chase for the face ments. Lovely arrangements char- charge of the Joe E Burns Funeral

is on. Danger shadowed every step acteristic of the season featured the Home of Perry.

he took as he dosed the trap relentlessly uses of fruits, berries, autumn Services were held at Air Line
on himself. foliage and dried materials. MrsS Mr and Mrs Horace Walton Weaver: Baptist church near Mayo at 2:30 .

THE MAN INSIDE, starring Jack H Moore Mrs H E McArthurand of Cherry Lake, Florida p. m Wednesday. The Rev Mr FOR SALE -

Pa'ance Anita Ekberg. Rare suspense Mrs J C Burnette assisted with announce the engagement and Combee officiated.
races across two continents. the program. At the business session -I approaching marriageof Miss Herma Lou Hooper, of
'The diamond and the woman- plans were made and committees I their daughter Mayo also a student of NFJC, and METHODIST PARSONAGE

both irrestible and both on a hot appointed to handle the Pamelia Josephineto occupant of the car with Miss Pear- BUILDING CHAP

trial. CartoonDividend booth at the Bazaar. son was hospitalized in a Perry TO BE MOVED FROM TI MB
PRESENT
Mrs W B Clark entertained the Gerald Eugene Painter, son of hospital for scalp injuries. LOCATION.
LAND NOT FOR
SALE
I Camellia Circle with 18 members, Mrs Louie Brant, of Gibson City Miss Pearson's death was the first

AnnouncementInvestors Mrs C D Tomlinson was a new Illinois. in the College personnel since the Let us have your bid on or before Johi

member. Plans were made for the The wedding will take place opening of the College in September 7 p. m., November 16, 1959. Robert

Christmas Bazaar to be held this December 27 1959 at 3 p. m. in i 1958. '. io Sheale
Stock Fund Inc 57th Saturday, Nov. 14 at the Court the Cherry Lake Baptist church. :::,- Place bids with: dieted

consecutive dividend. The directors, House. Mrs W B Selph, bazaar No invitations are being sent, bu ALL VISCOSE RUGS JB DAVIS, SR. JAMES SALE, JR. Grand

of Investors Stock Fund, Inc declared chairman, announced plans for the friends and relatives of the coupleare ., .'",,,'- JOHN WARING fully

a regular dividend of eight bazaar. invited. At ;7 or on bo
and threequarters cents ((8c) Mrs W B Selman presented a Eagle'sReg .' MAILBOX 294 Mon

per share derived from net investment most attractive program on Wrap MADISON, FLORIDA says tof
I Gifts. With materials Listen for Anniversary
ping Christmas
Eagle's $1.00 79c Mad
income received by the (The committee reserves the right ."'.
at hand Mrs Selman demonstratedthe V -.
fund. This dividend will be pay to reject any or all bids). '
able October 30, 1959 to Shareholders art of artistic package wrapping g, last minute *' \4 .-
I of record at the close o f making rosettes and bows and of t ( Reg $1 L98 $1.79
securing parcel with tape and
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dividend business The directors on October also 29 declared, 195&- a ribbons Four hostesses for safe mailing.entertained the.'* specials: on WMAF Reg $7.98 $$5.79 I

of thirty cents ((30e) per .
Dogwood Circle at the home of
share derived from realized security -
Mrs A E Fraleigh and Mrs J G
profits, also payable on Oct o-
Ashley. Serving with them were
t 30, 1959 to shareholders o f
Mrs T C Merchant Jr, and Mrs
record October 29, 1959. .;
Turner Davis.
fcVILBUR G RUTHERFORD Zonelanager
Plans for the bazaar were made
Madison, Fla. 11-lt-cl
and committees appointed. Mrs R

U Row eave a Dro ram on horti-
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- The hostesses served coffee to
rid !Mrs\ E B Wilson of Box 276
twenty members. f 10-PC. BEDROOM GROUP
tadison, Fla. has been assigned to
fompany A, 9th Battalion, 2nd 1
DRESSER & MIRROR
raining Regiment at Fort Jackn Friends are glad R C Horne has .
> S C, for eight weeks of basic recovered from his recent illnessat : BOOKCASE BED -. ..

bat training. the local hospital CHESTINNERSPRING MATTRESS,

Nnr' 169 95 BOX SPRING
[Mr and Mrs Harry 0 Nicholson! .
2 PILLOWS
Richmond, Ind, are occupying the .
CHYCOURT 2 VANITY LAMPS
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luroll Dickey home until the
\ckejs rS 1 BEDSPREAD
return from Nashville,
Inn. where they are taking special arm t
(past several weeks)
lurses Tommie Riggins, reckless driving,

THE CIRCUIT COURT, 3rd 5100 fire.Arthur U

)ICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA McNeil, disorderly conduct -
AND FOR MADISON COUNTY. $33 or thirty days.

CHANCERY. Annie Belle Griffin, drunkenness

ievie\e Suma Ford, Plaintiffvs. 525 bond estreated. ; i U
Albert Roberson, disorderly con .ft.
lam Thurman Ford, Defendant. duct, $35 bond estreated. is.J

DIVORCE Chesterfield Griffin, drunkenness,
: William Thurman Ford Box $.5 bond estreated.

Blowing Rock, North Carolina.ou Fulton Clark, drunkenness, $25 .
> are hereby notified that a fine.Billie 1 'YF
of Complaint for Divorce has H Alexander reckless driv-

filed against you, and you are ing, $25 bond estreated.

ired to serve a copy of your Albert .Roberson, disorderly conduct -
icr or Pleading to the Bill ofplaint $35 bond estreated.

] on the Plaintiffs At- James Watkins, reckless driving, 1"I
y Ernest M Page Jr whose ad- $25 bond estreated.

;is MadisonFlorida, and file thenai Charles Young driving while intoxicated -

answer or Pleading in thee $100 bond estreated.
of the Clerk of the Circuit William Quincy Tammour, speed-
it m and for Madison County ing, $15 fine.

Ida on or before the 30th day of Joe Flowers, driving without license -

}mber A. D. 1959. If you fail $25 bond estreated. .
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so, Decree Pro Confesso will Mamie Haynes, disorderly con-
' tered against you for the relief duct, $25 bond estreated.

[nded in the Bill of Complaint. Sidney Williams, reckless driving "....;:.,..., ., LL
Enterprise-Recorder is here- $25 bond estreated. .' .
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ignated as the newspaper in Albert Roberson, driving without .;.
said order shall be published license, $25 bond estreated. ii -

I a week for four consecutiveness Lethorn Lang, using open profanity. : $" -

$25 bond estreated. : .

| my hand and official Samuel Herring Jr, speeding, $25 i: ; ," .
's 28th day of October, A. D. bond estreated. -
Leonard Roberson drunkenness '
.s ,
E M. LESLIE, Clerk Cir- $25 bond estreated. .. FURNITURE .
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9-4t- hhAppliances Lou Annie Moore, indecent exposure ; .. .,
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2- ears 'Dimes' Posfer Girl_ CHERRY LAKE NEWSLt .- A

and Mrs Bill Channell and :

baby daughter of Turner A F B -'nE ITJNG ...../ l fTS

, Albany, Ga were guests of Mr and, ; ( ; ... ... .... .. .
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BAPTIST CHURCH REVIVAL

< Y The Revival at the Cherry Lake

. .. "" Baptist Church begins November16th : IHJWforCAridlnnl

I and continues through Nov

: i 22nd every night at 7:30 o'clock.

f Rev I R Hobby of Fitzgerald,

I II II I Ga will be the speaket and there To take a prized place under the tree. private ..

I will be special music. Everyone is
invited. life pretties with the loveliest ways of pampering her.,

1 ACCIDENT AND DEATHIt They're delicacies of lace and'loveliness, just as "

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s was a shock to Cherry Lake she likes her slips, pettis, pajamas and gowns, ti '
Community when Mr C Peeler

Burnett fell from a ladder Oct yet they're so sturdy for long wear .

30th at his home and died as a so easy to wash, with no ironing. i

$ result of the accident Sunday Nov
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1st in the hospital. Mr Burnett 1 J

known better to all as Uncle I

Peek, was 87 years old, a clerkin tiyc--
BREEDEN'SFASHION
the Cherry Lake Methodist

Church for 65 years, and until

his death was active in all religiousand
Mary Beth Pyron, 2, daughterof \SETZER
Mr. and Mrs. James T. civic affairs. & GIFT SHOP .

r Pyron of Florence Ala., has Six from Cherry Lake attendedthe _
A just been chosen national Officers' and Leaders' Con- SHOPPING CENTER .1
poster girl for the New Marchof
Dimes 1S$0 campaign in ference at New Home Baptist Madison, Florida -

i January. Her picture will ap- Church Monday night. Rev and Phone HU 3-6850 ti r
pear on millions of posters "S.Ff
i ..X (above), canisters and coin Mrs Collins attended the State FLOREE TATE BREEDEN : : ''

3 collectors in every town and Baptist Convention at Tallahassee Owner-Manager \ : aGO
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village of the country symbolizing -
the New March of Monday night.

Dimes attack on crippling birth LORD'S ACRE ---
defects, arthritis and polio, diseases The Lord's Acre Day will be ob- I FATHER DIES IN VALDOSTAMr FREE FREE FREE
that affect one in every E
four U. S. families. Mary Beta served at the Cherry Lake Metho- r Friday and Saturday last 2 daysto

was born with an open spine dist Church Sunday Nov 22nd with register for the 17 J BULOVA

and water on the brain. Medical dinner on the grounds for Cherry BY KELLY'SFOR Leonard L Parrish, 72, of WRIST WATCH at Wayne WEGER
science knows no way of Howell, Ga, father of. Mrs Charles JEWELER, MADISON- Award at
helping' her. Hope lies in scientific Lake and Rocky Springs churches.
research supported by YOUR WATCH REPAIRING Knox, of Madison, died Friday in I 5 P. M.
WELCOME'Mr
NEW FAMILIES
the New March of Dimes.Mary Courteous Service a Valdosta hospital after an illness -
Beth is a sunny, affectionate and Mrs William Taylor and of two days. Funeral ser-

child and loves to ride hec family and Mr and Mrs Bill, Outstanding Values vices were held at 4 p. m. Saturdayat CARD OF THANKS
walking horse (left). Her
new
Come in and See Us
Macedonia church
Mitchell and family are new residents Baptist rear
brother 4 Is
Tommy a AO>;
mal child. 4 I at Cherry Lake. Carolyn I KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP. Mayday, Ga, with burial in the -

------ c:t Burch cemetery.: W e wa's: h to e.press our t h"auks
Mitchell and Ray Taylor entered MADISON
JAYCEE NEWS STORK SHOWERMrs i I Mr Parrish was born and spentall and: deepest appreciation to our
the Cherry Lake School.WEAVERPAINTER.
Aubrey Blanton Mrs Lillie I.PfJll j his life at Howell. He was connected many friends for their kindness

with Southern Railway for and sympathy during the recent
The Madison Jaycees recently Lee Nobles and Mrs Lee BishopJr
Mr and Mrs Horace Weaverare HOMER JONES PASSES and father,
many years was postmaster at illness and death of our
In the fill-
held an election resulting were co-hostesses at a stork
announcing the engagementand Howell for thirty years. He was a Mr Peeler Burnett, with a special
ing of vice-president vacancy by shower Thursday evening at the
approaching marriage of their Homer D Jones, age 60, died veteran of WcrldVar I. thank you to the doctors, nurses

joe Stafford. At the same election, GI'.envilIeVoman's Club compli- daughter, Pa'melia' Josephine, to suddenly of a heart attack in Survivors include his wife, three and blood donors.

Al Hofflander- was selected as the menting Mrs Tommy Cone. Gerald Eugene Painter Dec 27th, Jacksonville Oct 29th. daughters, Mrs Louis Raulerson, of MR and 1IRSV T BURNETT.

new .treasurer.It I Autumn flowers and pyracantha : Funeral services were held Hay low, Ga, Mrs James W Simp-
3 Lake
at Cherry Baptist
was decided that the 'organization .berries- were used in profusion pm Saturday Oct 31st in the chapelof son, of Howell, and Mrs Knox, BABY JORDAN
Church.
would have programs at I in the reception room. Hardage and Scns Funeral two- brothers, T J Parrish, Charleston t i _'>' .

some of the meetings at the discretion I Baby dolls storks and other appropriate The engagement and approaching Home with Rev R D Ingle and and Vig'al! Parrish of Tampa, Mrs tmdVMrsE&arence S Jordanare
I marriage of Miss Florence Diane and eight grandchildren.Mrs .
of the program chairman,] decorations were used with Wil- Rev Barber of Berca Baptist aimoubcing, the arrival of a
Randall Rowe who was appointed I a pink and .,blue motif in the refreshment Henderson and Donald Carl
j son has been announced for Sun- Church conducting services.Mr 7 pound 6 oz baby girl November -
where cookies
at that tim'e. room ,I Jones was born in Anniston, 7 at the Moody Field Hospital.The .
and Mrs Nor-
4 Pinet- Jim
nuts, cupcakes, coffee and drinks day, Dec 20th pm, at the Ragans
The Club recognized the need 1926 to "Madison named
were served. I ta Methodist Church. Ala and in moved man Ragans and little son, Rpnnie little lady has been
for better seating at the football from where he moved to
A pink and blue basket con CIVIC CLUB of Tallahassee were Saturday{ Mary Ann.
stadium, and resolved to take appropriate Jacksonville and resided 17 of Mr
years. Mrs R J She is the granddaughter
tained the many gifts. The Cherry Lake Civic Club met and Sunday guests of
steps to improve the He was an active member of of Lee. and Mrs Sydney Jordan of Lee
I Interesting contests were played, in regular session at the Cherry Pickles and Jean They
present inadequate facilities. Berea Baptist Church and a cabinet and Mrs Alice Harrell of Madison
Resolution and appropriate prizes were Lake Dining Room Tuesday night, also had as dinner guests Sunday'Mr
The Chapter adopted: a
for maker. and little son and the great-granddaughter of
awarded. primarily to get squared away Norman Ragans
stating that the Madison Survivors are his wife, MabelP Hunter Harrell of
and Mrs
Mrs John Roenbeck assisted in Tonny of Tallahassee; Mr and Mrs Mr :

Merchants Association and all caring for the guests. 1 1960.Mr Walter L Roberts, President Jones; one son, Alvin Jones of Andrew McLeod of Perry; Mr and Cherry Lake and Mr and MrsG

places of business in Madison of the Club, nresided and I Gainesville; one daughter, Mrs Mrs Did Emith and two children R McClamma and Mrs Susan

county should close their placesof Montezze Williams; one step-son. d- and I II I of Lee. Mary Ann is also
WOMEN OF KOREA SUBJECTOF several items of interest to the I Mr Mrs Dorman Pickles Terry
business on Veterans' Day. Billy Freeman and 2 grandchildren -I of
discussed ; and Miss Betty J Carter the great-great-granddaughter
HOPEWELL WMU entire Community was three boys I I
Jaycee National Director Ben of Jacksonville; two daugh- Mrs Manda French.
acid one of the most importantwas .
Davis and State Director Randell Women of Korea was the sub- ters, Mrs Juanita Ragans and I
the change in the yearly fees
Rowe attended the Junior Chamberof ject presented by the members of Mrs Frances Sheffield and four

Commerce District II caucus the WMU of Hopewell Baptist I (or dues) The fee now is $5.00 grand-children; two sisters, Mrs
Award
church Tuesday night, November 10, I per year per family, and must be I Win Top 4-H Achievement I I
last week in Ocala. The caucus Oma Harris and Miss Zula Jones,
in the church. Mrs Jack Wynn I paid in advance by December 1,
was highlighted by an inspirational and one brother, L D Jones, all
and i
presided the meeting was opened to be eligible for membership and
address by National Director Davis with by Mrs Albert of Madison.
a Kelly.
prayer to vote in the club. This is a very

The Madison report related that :Mrs Marie Hughen, program chair- good organization and every resident .

since the District II caucus previous man, presented the program along of Cherry Lake should supportit. DIES IN GREENVILLEJack

to this one the Madison Club I with Mrs Albert Kelly Mrs Jack Meetings are held each monthon Ethridge, age 71, died A
Wynn, and Mrs Kate Kelly. Saturday night in Greenville at the
had
second and all
There was no old business and the I Tuesday night home of his niece, Mrs Delia Brown.

1.* Rehabilitated Jaycee Playground new business concerned setting a are urged to attend.IF He was a veteran of World War I. rw

No 2. "goal for the Lottie Moon Christmas WE BELIEVE IN SOMETHING, He was a native of Alabama, but

2. Completed a Radio Day Project. Offering. The meeting was dismissed THEN SUPPORT IT. had been living in Greenville since .

3. Installed a $750.00 electric Football I with a prayer from Mrs 1950. > /5 ;

Scoreboard that was the Marie Hughen. SPEAKS AT P.T.A. Survivors, besides Mrs Brown.

gift of Stanley Williams. The WMU will meet at 5:30 p. \ ore two brothers.- Jim- Ethndge, of

4. Actively participated: in a Get ni. November 19, in the Hopewell'church I Dr Milton Carothers, Dean of I Colt, Ark, and Tom Ethridge, ofPensacola i i t

Out the Vote Campaign. to study the Mission Study I Florida State University graduate and a sister, Mrs .Dolly i I
school at the
oook By AH Means. A talk will was guest speaker Dowling of Attalla, Ala. I ?
5. Provided for the sale of Boat I meeting Tuesday evening in the cafe- I I
Graveside services held at
be given by Mrs Albert Kelly and were
Registration Numbers to the torium of the Madison Parent- ,
supper will be served at 7:00 p. m.1 3 p. m. Monday in Hensey ceme- I
'public. Teacher Association. I tery three miles west of Greenville I

6. Distributed the track and field MRS SHERROD HOSTESSThe I Advantages of our larger universities I Elders Blanton and W C Stanaland' Barbara Lattimer Arnold LasotaA

equipment recently awarded to and colleges was the subject officiated, and T J Beggs, Jr pair of teenagers are Florida's top state winners for "all-round acKieve-

the Club to the Madison School, Lee Lilla! Warren Circle of the of the address. Dr Carothers Funeral Home was in charge. ment" in the nation-wide 4-H program. Eighteen-year-old Barbara Lattimer of
School. Greenville Baptist church met Nov. pointed out the advantage of Active pallbearers were Messrs Largo, will receive the Ford Motor award of an espente paid Co-wirner trip to is the Arnold 38thNational I
4-H Club Congress in Chicago. Nov. 29-Dec. 3.
with Mrs W L Sherrod. MrsJ
Little League Baseball Team, 10th Junior College graduates over Steve Roberson, Raymond O'Quinn, Lasota. 17. of Ocala. Both will receive a certificate of honor. The announcementcomes
and the Town Basketball Team, It Scarboro was in charge of the those with less preparation in I George Handley, GV :Martin Sr, from the State Extension office.

and program:; assisted by Mrs E \VHlP.Dey entering the larger institutions of I J A Mills and Ralph Blount. As state winners, each will be A 4-H'er for eight years, co-
and Mrs Perlie Roath. ;
I eligible for one of the 12 national winner Lasota was 1958 state
7. Promulgated a new set of bylaws Thanksgiving baskets were planned. ,learning.Mrs Ford $400 college scholar project
Judge and Mrs M G Rowe, of champion in the poultry
for the Club. Next meeting will be held in the Carothers was among the Daytona Beach, are expected this ships, and the "top girl-top boy" ahd attended the Chicago con-
of Mrs Hazel Wood. visitors introduced. There was a awards of silverware given by tal-
Another speaker at the caucus home week end for a visit with Judge the President of the United gress. This year his poultry

was Jaycee State President Herb, good attendance. and Mrs R H Rowe.x States. ents won him the Nathan Mayo
NEW HOME CONFERENCE $100 scholarship for being high
Stephens. Now a freshman at Florida
Club'sjudging
Eight churches of the Middle I ROTARY CLUB Mr and Mrs R S Williams III of State .University, Hiss Lattimer individual on his the Star Tampa 4-H State
Florida Baptist Association were I IS -a .-H sewing ana name improvement team at
LAYMAN'S DAY MESSAGE I the Officers and I At the Rotary Club meeting Ocala were guests of relatives specialist with 33 Fair. He also picked up honors

represented at Wednesday Rev Cesar Benitez was here during the weekend.Mr projects and 88 ribbons to her for best exhibit at the fair, and
Dr John E San\ was guest', Leaders Conference held at New I guest speaker and gave a most credit, along with another set of was chosen Marion county lead-

speaker at the Layman's Day I Home Church Monday. night with I interesting talk. He has been with and Mrs John Dovjak were ribbons to show for her numer- ership winner. t'
I J8 present Mr Horace Weaver was ous exhibits and demonstrations An officer of his local 4-H Club
Service Sunday morning at the I the Board of Methodist Missions in I
in charge of the program. pleasantly surprised last Tuesday in nine years as a 4H'er.Her six Lasota served as 1958-
years
: *
First Methodist Church. --- Cuba for seventeen years. At the i afternoon when Mr and Mrs Her- main 4}{ activity, how- 59 vice president of both the

What Are The Qualifications fora WILNA PHILLIPS CIRCLE conclusion of his address he was man Toepper and Mr and Mrs ever, has been leadership. A county and the district clubs. He
presented with the Rotary book Turner beloved friendsof junior leader of her own Largo leader and assistant
Efficient Minister the Raymond junior
Truly was Mrs Cleon Hiers entertained the Jolly Pals 4-H Club for the past served as
Seven Paths To Peace, by Rotary Lyons Illinois stopped to visit leader of the Star club
subject for his message, the high Wilna Phillips Circle Tuesday after- four years she served as officer
of which were cheerfulness, noon with eight members present. President H E McArthur. with them. The day being both of the club four times is a former three years, and is now leader- of
points devotional Guests of the club were three Mr Toepper's andIr Turner's president of the Plnellas the Befleview 4-H Club. '
Sewell the
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Ability to speak, an understandingof Mrs Carl gave high school seniors Sonny Arnold, I birthdays, they entertained Mr and County 4-H'Club, and was vice An honor student senior at
the Scriptures, of I on the Home and Familyand president of the State 4-H Council Weir High School, Lasota
power Lake 1
and
Bob the Alan Beck Ricky Dean.. Mrs Dovjak at dinner at the Madi-
language, sure of his topic, a' good Mrs Lay taught 1 for 1958-59. was chosen to represent his
Restaurant in celebration of the
I survey lesson the topic being Keep- son During her presidency, the 'school at Boys State. He lettered
memory, a good voice and the ing The Peace. Friends will be glad to know 1 event. Mr and Mrs Toepper and Largo club won the District Coop in football and basketball, .and
know Mrs James T Barber is convalescing and Mrs night award,and last year she
judgment to when to stop. During the social hour the hos- that Mr Turner were over Camp is now serving as president

At ,tbe evening, service a filmstrip I tess served spice cake with whippedcream at home after a week's guests at Johnson's Motel and left was" chosen from Piaell&s)most county outstanding the student body

God of The Hills, was shown salted nuts and 'coffee. illness at the local hospital.r the next day for southern Florida. p !..a__t'r'_ : $-": ,
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LET US SOLVE YOUR Friday and Saturday last 2 daysto \

WINTER HEATING PROBLEMS (by Herb Wadsworth) WRIST JEWELER register WATCH, for MADISON-Award the at Wayne 17 J BULOVA WEGER at SMITH DRUG STORE .

I
The Madison Red Devils fought 5 P. J.LDOUBLE

the Live Suwannee Oak through High a scoreless Bulldogs and of FUNERAL IN FAMILY PHONE HU 3-6262 for Prescription Pickup

even first half before suffering a Mrs Charles Seibert, of Los Angeles
SAFETY I three touchdown onslaught in the the former Mrs Dora Ruter, And Delivery Service
I second half last Friday night, 206.It of Madison, and sister of Miss
and WARMtn was the fifteenth game in a Haffye Hays, of Greenville, had a

I coloful rivalry between the two double funeral in her family, Sat- Away
schools which dates back to 1941. urday, Oct. 31: that of her son, d tay

-- 9n Live Oak had won nine and Madi- Charles Seibert Jr, who died following .
son had won' three of the 14 games an operation, and her son- ,1tlL

"Wheather" it be Gas or Oil centralized and cooling played while two ended in ties. I. inlawV M Sheumaker, husband
of Dora Marie Seibert Sheumaker,
systems combination.We :Both clubs were hampered by
who passed away following an extended -
the rain and cold
throughout the
also represent the World's largest manufacturer of illness. Mrs Seibert is remembered -
contest with :Madison fumbling here the older residents -
by
Heat Pumps which is the TYPHOON HEAT PUMP,
after taking the kickoff and driving as the widow of the late Dr
heating in the winter and cooling in the summer, all in
from their 40 down to the Live Ruter.
one unit.
Oak 25 and the Bulldogs recover

ing. Live Oak moved the ball out .
Gifts For Children Gifts For Men
Rev James T Barber spent Wednesday -
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORECALL to the Madison 47 where they too and Thursday in Tallahassee -

fumbled and Right Half :Maury attending the Florida Baptist Romper Room Toys

HU 3-2385 FOR FREE ESTIMATEJ. Blalock recovered for Madison.A i Convention. Complete Baby Dept. Wallets
kicking game ensued throughthe I

J. SALE, JR., Owner :Madison\ Florida remainder of the second I Gifts For Women Shaving Sets

-- quarter with the Live Oak team I GOODYEAR TIRESJIM'S
I :Movie Cameras & Projectors
FREE FREE FREE mustering a drive early in the Tussey CosmeticsDorothy

Every$1. Friday and Saturday last 2 daysto second quarter which carried from!I I BAY STATION Gray Cosmetics Polaroid Cameras

you give .j, register for the 17 J BULOVA the Madison 47 down to the three r
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for this. WRIST WATCH at'Wayne WEGER where the Red Devils put up a U. S. 90 EAST, MADISON Coty Cosmetics
Kodak Cameras
JEWELER, MADISON Award Costume Jewelry
rI. at magnificent goal line stand as they
: 5 P. M.
would not allow the Bulldogs to

>. Does move a foot. 15-yards. Hurst then tossed to Shop For All The Family At

I. : thts! Christmas Mailing; With Blalock teaming with Skinner in the left flat who went
Quarterback Donnie Floyd and behind great blocking down the

i 1 Fullback -Billy Rutherford, the Red left sdelines 61-yards to score. SMITH DRUG STORE

Devils pushed out from their end Hurst again added the extra point. ,
:
I Postmaster Blalock urges postal of the field to move in 12 plays to With Floyd leading the way, the .
patrons to make their in .
:1' \ accordance with the following mailings sche- the Suwannee where the sqtJad. Red Devils moved back upfield :MADISON, FLORIDA
dule to lost the ball on downs. after the kickoff from their own
assure delivery by Christmas
.' : The ball exchanged hands againas 25 to reach the Live Oak 37 before i
.
I For OVERSEA Destinations the half came to an end. losing the ball. Live Oak took over I ---
please car send and ran out the clock. I Mr and Mrs Crill Merryday and Mrs T F I lay was a visitor In
Mail In the second half, the Bulldogsused
at
I once.
I $1-p.r packag to feed Play was surprisingly swift for son Dana of Tallahassee spent Live Oak Wednesday and Thursdaywith -
abroad. For ALASKA & HAWAIINotlater their 195 fullback, Sherrill I
\I --hungry..._ people than November 30. Skinner to grind out yardage after the wet field which slowed down I several days this week with Mrs her brother-in-law and sister
For other DISTANT STATES-. kickoff in both offenses somewhat. H C Merryday. I Mr and Mrs Joe Hill Smith.
CARS Food CruwtfTNew taking the and moving I
Before December 10.
York 16, N. Y., or nine plays to score from their 48.
For LOCAL DELIVERY-By
f. your local CARE offFiccet., December 20. I Skinner cracked over the middle
from the one for the score. Live .
I
Parcels may be marked "Do
Oak Quarterback Earl Hurst's NEWEST
t Not Open Until Christmas." .
MISS THOMAS ANDMR II kick was blocked and Live Oak led
BUIE FETED A letter may be enclosed in a is
f. parcel when parcel is endorsed to I 60.The
Red Devils came chargingback FASTEST
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that effect and proper postage is
paid. 1 with the ball taking- the

Mr and Mrs J B Davis Jr's Christmas Cards may be mailed kickoff and moving relentlessly

_ borne was the setting at 7:00 for 3c if unsealed and containingno downfield to score. Taking the ball PORT ABLETYPEWRITER

I o'clock Saturday evening for a writing other than signature. on their own 45 after the kickoff w

supper party given by Mr andJ. However, use 4c stamp on cardsif the Red Devils send Rutherford r<
Mrs Davis and Mr and Mrs Raymond you wish to enclose a written around left end where he was hit
or if you wish the as-
J. Brown complimenting Miss message for a one yard loss before Blalock
surance that the card, if necessary, .'
Tempia Jean Thomas and Mr Pat will be forwarded or returned. could get three over the middle. IN THEWORLD e } IJ

t Buie, whose wedding will taker Patrons are urged to: Blalock tried the middle again for J Y
t place Saturday evening at the 1. Make separate bundles of two but Madison was panelized i

ar home of Mr and Mrs Joe H LOCAL AND OUT OF TOWN mail. five yards. I .
Thomas. 2. Make large mailings as early The Red Devils got a big break: '

The rooms were decorated with in the day as possible. DO NOT when Floyd was slopped after a.. -*- '
WAIT UNTIL 5 O'CLOCK. '
arrangements of autumn flowers two yard pickup around: left. end I
3. Use ZONE NUMBERS, when
and a three course buffet supper as Live Oak was penalized 15
known on addresses to the larger
was served with dessert of apple cities. yards. I

pie a-la-mode. Other friends joined I Right Half Johnny Williams i evetiiEt

the party after supper for games. slanted around right end for four
The honorees received as gifts I Listen to U of F and and Blalock followed good blocking -

from their hosts a place setting to get seven yards in two EASY

of china in their pattern, and a I MHS games over WMAF plays for a first on the Live Oak

blanket. 31. End Tom Plant got three on an

., .. ---. end around and Blalock moved ---- TERMS
, ", ". >> ,: play
close to a first with a five yard
YEARS AHEAD FROM
dash around left end. He then hit

I PecansWe over tackle for three for the firstto ANY ANGLE / NEW2j

put the ball on the 20. -
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Floyd was thrown for a three <' ;:: -; : -- .

yard loss after Blalock three .' IN STYLE..SPEED..SPIRIT
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Buy in Small or Large Quantities at Top Prices got -- '-:1" i -. .,.. "
and then the ace back found End ...- '
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Jim Bunting in the clear near the '-,- -' __ ,,/ Here's a portable that's ALL NEW inside
NU U '
Try some of our Ga. Red Sweet PotatoesJust goal line to his right and hit him --r.- --' I and out! Galaxie gives better typing with less

with a perfect scoring aerial which effort than ever before. Trace its modern lines.

a Little Better By The Lb. or Bushel covered 20-yards. Blalock's try for Try its responsive touch. You'll see why the

the extra point was no good andit Smith-Corona Calaxie is everything you ever
SUGAR CANE was a _tie ball game. wanted in a portable.

Swinner put the Bulldogs right

ONION SETS FRESH GARDEN SEED back out ahead after the kickoffwas I '

returned to the LiT Oak 40.

See' us for your FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT- Hitting over right tackle, the big + FREE: from Smith-Corona .
back found running mom as he I with every Smith-Corona portable. A

VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDSURLESiSONS weaved to his left and dashed 60- I :2. complete touch typing course .' on

yards to score. He then rammed r records!
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into the line for the extra point r-- 2395 VALUE

and Live Oak led 13-6.

J. i A defensive contest then ensuedas ..
I the ball changed three times

with neither team able to mustera 4
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their own 49 after Madison failedto THE E-R

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It's time to do your OAK( HILL NEWSMrs FARM CENSUS-QUESTIONAIRES


.: .. Christmas Shopping at Questionnaires for the 1959 Cen- lr'

Lilla Crafton hasreturned sus of Agriculture are now in the

.t Eagle's. !I to her home after visiting her mail and will be in the hands of
daughter, Mrs H L
Pennington, in
local farmers within a few days,
...,t. Valdosta for two weeks.
6 NEWMANAGEMENT it has been announced by Field
Mrs J L Davis returned Saturday +
,,- AT Birthday Parties at after spending several days-Director Thomas W :McWhirter of i BAR
Census Bureau's: regional office at
THESinclair with her son and daughter-in-law,
V PlayhouseDub Mr and Mrs Raymond Hughey, in at Atlanta.

Jacksonville.Mrs .

Stationcorner Howard Coody received word by willing hands made the dust fly

r f ( of Base & Washington) Wyche, son of Mr and Mrs Friday: of the illness of her brotherMr and.the work was soon done. Mr and Mrs Ben S Waring left
} Waring Wyche Sheldon Newbern, at Auburn- Mr and :Mrs Don Gregol of Wednesday
Jr
celebrated to
his spend several daysat
MADISON, FLORIDA fifth birthday October dale. He is in a hospital there, butvas Tampa spent the week end herewith
22 the West
at
Palm Beach on a business
Playhouse a little better at last reports. her sister, Mrs Ran Terry.
invited to stop by and Kindergarten. Guests included
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You trip. Mrs H
are The M Waring accompanied
cemetery cleaning Mt
the wee at :Miss Shirley Ann Allen and Mr
pupils of the Kin-
See Us dergarten and relatives.. Mr and Horeb was a complete success Dave Taylor spent the weekend them as far as Crescent

8 Mrs Wyche and Mrs J L Sullivan, Saturday with a great many helping. with Mrs Louise Ellington.Did City where she will make a
I Dub's Great-grandmother and Mrs Lawn mowers, rakes, baskets, you know the wild-geese are several weeks' visit with Mr and
Sanders pitchforks and other tools wielded flying over on their way south? Mrs R A Toney and children.
I assisted with the
hospitalities.
Nelson Herndon & Eustace Kelley Dub received
many nice gifts.
WANT MORE FOR V UR
Favors to the small guests were MONEY. .

PROPRIETORSPhone horns. Cup cakes and ice cream
were served
HU 3-6121 Madison, Florida
DURLIE SIMS HAS PARTY

Durlie Sims, five-year-old daughter -

of Mr and Mrs Carl Sims, celebrated -

It's time to do MHS Student CouncilThe her birthday October 30 6
your with a party at the Playhouse. !
lOQ 1ff
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Christmas usual confusion that accom Kindergarten friends and others : !
Shopping made the
aEagle's. panies Homecoming week has finally up guest list. The Halloween o -

enveloped MHS, and will certainly I' motif was evident in the
I
; games and cakes iced with chocolate nJhklDium low PiieOR
those leave who a long-lasting have so memoryto actively {' and decorated with pumpkins. 11I

Ice cream was served with the cakes
participated in the preparations and
Greenville American who will participate in the festivities Favors were whistles, and Durlie

that will begin with the Snake received many lovely gifts. Mrs I -
Sims and Mrs Sanders NfJQ/EIQINItNINIJ/
Dance Thursday, November 12 assisted.
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PARTY
AT
Legion Post 131 HOTEL MADISONMrs S
and continue through Friday, November
0 .. .. ,
J McNeil entertained witha :ot ..
13.Following.
children's party on the ;;-- I' t I. .
afternoon

Veteran's day this year came on day, at 6:00 the P.Snake M., Dance everyone Thurs i is of November 10, at Hotel Madison --1 !i fl 'I U'
private dining
Wednesday; but Wednesday night is invited to attend the traditional room complimenting :
church night so the Post observedthe "bonfire" held at the bowl behind i her" small daughter, Ronda Jean, : ,/ !

The day observance on Monday took night the form Nov of 9. the The school.festivities will continue on day.on the Guests occasion included of her fourth the birth-little F' r Il\d\ ''L j I

dinner with the people of the
a party Woman's Friday at 2:30: P M with the tradi- Playhouse Kindergarten Jtl i :
Auxiliary. It was a covered dish tional parade, introducing a medium and others. The beautiful \" f{, :i.t f

dinner. I would not attempt to never before tried by :MHS-floats. birthday cake was elaborately deco- :- >. i: .. \ ,
tell the bill-of-fare. They had almost This is being sponsored by the rated and topped with four candles. t: 1. ;... ..!-t ;
everything from chicken to Fruit punch, cookies, ice cream and
Student Council, who is offering
cake of many kinds. The only thing a cake were served and favors were

that I can think of that was not I prize classes to and the clubs best in float.the high All of school the] I, reindeer: and suckers, Ronda Jean .. fj HEAVY LOOK TEXTURED lite II',

there is shrimp, which no one received many lovely gifts. Special
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brought. After the dinner short I have been invited to enter a float. guests assisting Mrs McNeil were DRAW DRAPES -

speeches were made by W D Keis, the Of festivities course, the is reason our Homecoming for all of I Mrs Charlene Raker, Mrs Betty !"t. .r'.PRINT 2 .;. -..... ..Q.i2 -:;: : n
the chaplain and William Scruggs, Southwell, and Mrs Frances Sand- ; :
game; with Monticello, Friday night.I. : .: .--' Corded, broken stripes thread through
who was a visitor from. the Monti- ers. .
cello] Post. wish to remind you your support J! J: (.:. the white background; pink, copper or I

Each group had a short business is needed to retain the I .- :,--4 beige print is highlighted in 'gold'. Reg .Ia' .

Cession in different rooms. "school spirit" that is necessary Methodist Circles .,. Finely tailored with pinch-pleated tops, < .
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A D Reams Jr Post Commander I if our boys are to play their I -.. -- -.__ .J._ 't# ,y .P, deep bottom hems and blind-stitching.

presided at the Post meeting when .best._ game and are__ -. (,."01&1 g nut: on 4.4 -
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several: items were consider "- Mrs C L Geiger entertained the ...... : I Single width((45" at top), 90".( .... do part in ;; ... ..., "
So your ping .
: It was are (1. I Nencie Bevan Circle Monday after- : : Double width((100"pj$3" 11.98 fong !
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them defeat Tigers, noon with eleven members. MrsJ 45" wido .
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attend the game and "CHEER"for B Hardee opened the program Ii. : << top), long 14.98 '
tionsor a boy to Boys' State, which ivatfttrlSHEER
': your team, the Madison Red I with and Miss Beatrice
Is held in Tallahassee soon after the prayer, r r QAi
Close of school for summer vaca- Devils. Griffin read the Upper Room devotional -
BARKC'1J
The Student Council, on behalf ;
tion. A committee was appointedto z.cid a lesson from the PRINTED SAILCLOTH &
of the student body, sends a very ,
propose objectives of activitiesfor mission study Contemporary Man .
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cordial invitation to the Alumni ; Igy'
the Post. The committee is and the United Nations. Mrs J P 1'I CAFES..MATCHING VALANCES 'i
of Madison High School to attend h
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Spradley, Brown and Brannan. all Homecoming activities.Ve ho,)e'j: Johnson, chairman, presided and tr .Kti., ". I a 4 .
After a social good time the 'plans were' made for the Decem- Made to sell for 1.98 fo 2.49 .
YOU have a very pleasant Home HE
party disbanded and all returned coming. 'I ber church activities. The hostess Two lovely prints: a sailcloth pro rA __I

home. CARMEN BUCKHALT, Publicity served fruit cake with whipped vincial and a barkcloth modern... "sdt'b"1tEds I
Reported by W D KEIS, Chaplain cream and coffee. + x;
Chairman, MHS Student Council. each with its own valance .both \t
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-- Mrs J C Burnett was hostess to t in wonderful color-combinations to 166 !E 9 t1,i '
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the Helen Parramore Circle with r..j
JOHN W DUTTON PASSES go with every decor. Come early! $ .'
UONS'CLUB thirteen members. Mrs D F Burn- ? --'f 'ilN t: I IL;' g g
ett read the Upper Room devotional, l. ... j
Elsewhere in this issue appears ,. : J. .
the usual legal notice relative to The program at the Lions' Club and Mrs L C Glass gave a '=I! I :. !

the estate of John W Dutton, who meeting Tuesday was given by T spiritual life thought on Mothers. "I 'Ii'i.. .. iI l
died in the hospital in Thomasville C Merchant Sr, who spoke on I.Irs J B Davis gave a most interesting 1f 1
Oct. 26th. Fifty Years An Editor. Visitors lesson from the Fall Mission

Mr Dutton lived in the south were Messrs Gordon Brock and Study. The hostess served pumpkinpie !- .. ..; 5ASY-CARE, REVERSE .

west part of the county near La-:. Phil Hoche. The Club announced with whipped cream and coffee. TWIST DACRON''t 1td0 REDS
plans for holding its annual broomand'
mont, and had many friends in
this section, as well as elsewhere, mop sale Monday, Nov. 30th. BIRTHDAY DINNER
who were grieved to learn of his Mr and Mrs C E Jones entertained 3 : Stronger,sturdier weave holds its shape 1

passing. He was a widely-traveled Durward Smith underwent major with a dinner party at their ; v- < : longer, has all the filmy sheerness andeasycarewaysofDacron.Wash'nhang

man and had many interesting surgery Tuesday at the VeteransHospital home in Greenville, Wednesday 451l St"to.g R.g.4J9
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stories of his experiences of earlier at Lake City. Reports Oct 28, the occasion was honoring little or no ironing. 5 bottom hems.
days. from the hospital
Wednesday
the birthdays of Mr Jones and his
Survivors include a son, Herbert morning were that Mr Smith's con 5 114 6s" LONG, Rtg. 2J4 e.27 I 97
of Tampa and a daughter, Mrs dition was satisfactory. Mrs Smithis sister, Mrs Georgia Home of 72", 81", W" IONC Rtg.2.? .2.47 pair
Marie Dutton Gawkowski, of Clearwater at the hospital with her hus Cherry Lake. Otheer guests in-
bandWIN' cluded Mr Jones Jr and Mrs J B

Bird of Greenville and Mr Jim

Toole of Quitman, Ga. .

$25 PRIZE The bountiful menu consisted of BUCKS COUNTY DINNERWARE Reg. 3.98 t tr -
turkey and all that goes with it,
and a huge birthday cake topped % 16-piece Starter Set Early American scenes :!
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with candles. The honorees received &: fired under yellow glaze, colors won't fade. 317 ,

many nice gifts. 4 each: dinner plates, cups, saucers, fruits.

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Home's birthday was Oct.
2f, and Mr Jones' Sept 7. ,STAINLESS STEEL FLATWARE . Reg. 4.98 :'
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0 S I r'4\ 21-piece Set' Never-polish Pendant pattern

I THE WEATHER :"\ by a famous maker, won't rust, stain tarnish. 397

I '\ 6 each: soup spoons, teaspoons, knives, forks.
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!I Week ending November 10th, 1959 S 15:LB. ENAMELED ROASTERS I 1I.. Reg. T.79

1 1i I Max Min R(, '- Good cooks prefer enameled porcelain roaster 43
i i Wednesday 83 57 .00 I
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I I Thursday 87 64 .00 with self-basting cover, built-in Tree-Well. i

Friday 75 50 .03 .
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1tttlma i Sunday 63 44 .00

i II Monday f 66 41 .0 0 GRANT'S VALDOSTA

Tuesday _tj 69 39 .00


--. 1 I TOTAL .o 5 OPEN EVERY THURSDAY'TIL M.s 1.-

By naming the new And exclusive dining room and lounge No rainfal week ending Nov 7th .
at any of .the forestry towers.
at the CHUCK WAGON This room is NOW OPEN.
Sun rises Nov 13th 6:59 am, EVERYFRIDAYNIGHT'TIL9PLM./ '

Write your selection of a name, put in an envelope, and 5:37; pimMoon v _
sets Nov. 13th 5:18 am. I

leave November at the 15th.Chuck Wagon. Winner will be announced Nov Moon 13th in constellation of Pisces Free Parking Always :


High tide Nov 13th at St Marks
Open 6 P. M. Til l? Never a cover charge-Minimum. $1.50 light 12:53 am. .


STEAK SEA FOOD CHICKEN Frank Underwood is giving the \

outside of the Winn-Dixie :tore''a S-
: re-painting this week. ll N, PATTERSON ST. VALDOSTA GEORGIA


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_..... .., 13th, 1959 ';: THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER.. MADISON, FLORIDA: PAGE SEVEICl'
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K Its time to do your I : .

3 tones of fashion l
on. ( Christmas Shopping

I (e QL&( : f._ Eagle's. ail i iJunior fUEL MORE FUEL


drip-dry broadcloth blouses:7./

Woman's Club I

Bright-touched white blouses one with # GASOLINE e KEROSENE e TRACTOR FUEL t
roll-up sleeves end tab trim :each ': ;-\
a different tone of the same color .. the The Junior Woman's;; Club met 0 DIESEL FUEL FOR HOME AND TRACTOR USE .

other blouse with a peter pan collar and Monday night at the Club House t
3 tone edged pocket flaps.Sizes 7 to"1ST" jJf with thirty members and three We are equipped to give you Quick Service. L H THUR-

Tab blouse :. .' $3.98.. 0 new Mrs members Andy ,Sheffield Mrs. Charles and Stout Miss, MAN and OTIS BROWN are standing by for your service

Peter pan collar blouse $3.98. : .:,", i Josephine Beard. ,<.
F''A..i'a"- ."; '" .... < \ Safety Officer Tony Graham of i
+ ;.; the State Highway Patrol was

a the guest speaker and told interest-
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- s"- Ni ingly of the new safety measures .

\ ., I o hi being put into operation to pre- / JALUSCHALMERS .
f'd vent motor accidents and reduce J.B. r
t .-:; 1Ia. the appalling death rate in the TRAGT00.INC.

A state. .
At the business meeting the I

Club voted to take as special pro-

;ArPI jects this year the Crippled Chil- SHELL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

dren's Clinic and the Easter Seal i '.
Sale. The Club also voted to discontinue -I
sponsorship of the Brownie

i Scouts.
Hostesses were Mrs Mack Primm,
Mrs Robert Williams and Mrs W

)! A cakes Barfield.were served.Coffee and small BIRTHDAY PARTY Turkey Shoot J

Sallie, Scanlan was hostess to
PASSES IN TALLAHASSEEMrs a group of her friends at a party
:4 1 Alma Tharpe Ott, 78 of Saturday, celebrating her ninth -
7 .?i) tb- r.' Tallahassee, aunt of Mrs Dale birthday, given at her home. Mrs A turkey shoot will oe held at
Scanlan and Mrs E J Harris
assisted the GORDON BASS
Leslie of this city, died at her home FARM on
there Wednesday. the young hostess with enter- Troy Road, Madison, beginning 2
Services were held Sunday at the taining. P. M. Thursday, Nov 19th. 11-lt-pd
The handsome cake
First Baptist church the pastor, birthday
MARTHA :
with nine candles
topped
was placed
the Rev Dr Harold G Smith offi- Wertheim Germany (AHTNC) ---
a-top a music box in the center of
ciating. Burial was in Oakland Army M/Sgt Ovelmo F Goodman,
.yr
208 N. Patterson St. the dining table and as guests
cemetery.Mrs I whose wife Lunie lives in Greenville
entered, the tune Happy Birthday
i- ________%_____/ _- VALDOSTA, GEORGIAGED Thursday Leslie to be went with to Tallahassee her sister,,], rang out from the cake and guests Fla, recently participatedwith
-I- the 99th Transportation De-
joined in singing.
Mrs Carl Ingram, and was joined!
Mr Hot chocolate and cake were tachment in a large-scale command
Sunday by Leslie to attend the
WITH UNLAWFUL thorities that some 16 cords of services. served. Sally received many lovely post exercise in Germany. Goodman
It's time do
R CUTTING pulpwood and upward of 20,000 to your Mrs Ott a native of Georgia, had gifts. an assistant shop foreman in '
y board feet of saw logs had been lived in Tallahassee since 1921 the detachment in Wertheim, ..
cut from her land northeast of Christmas SPARK IGNITES LEAVESON
Shopping at t She was a retired employe of the entered the Army in 1940 and
0 = P Herndon of Tallahassee, Monticello. State Road Department and mem ROOF arrived
overseas on this tour of
Dixon of Lamont and W W bcr of the First Baptist church. The Fire Department was called ...
of Monticello have been in- Eagle's. Survivors include one brother at 2 p. m. Saturday to the B G duty last May.Screens .. II, .
by the Jefferson County Navaco aluminum Benjamin C Tharpe of Columbia, Wyche home on North Horry street,
Jury on a charge of unlaw- S C; three nieces Mrs Leslie Mad- where a S'aall roof fire was gain-
tting timber. and are out jalousies HILL-KEELING ison, Mrs Ingram, Tallahassee, and :ng headway. The fire originated built to order
d ENGAGEMENT\ Miss Josephine Tharpe of Ithaca from a spark from the chimney
ay's. Tallahassee Democrat N Y; and'a nephew, Walker Tharpe I which ignited leaves in a valley. Howerton Supply Co.
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Christine Millinor Howerton Co of .
at Mrs Supply Airs Lydia Hill of Madison announces Tallahassee. The damage was minor.
son county reported au
- the engagement of her .
daughter, Miss Edna Jewell Hill, Trust the World's Largest Builder of Compact Cars
to Mr Richard Keeling, son of Mr .
; COATS & SUITS and Mrs Ervin Keeling of Pinetta. to Give You Widest Choice, Lowest Prices -i _
The wedding will be December 4th

BY RICEMOR ._ in Valdosta, Ga.IIosiiTAL.
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M It :. H.
i Admissions: Mrs Pearl Williams : 1 '", .1
Mrs Ruby Williams Mrs Mae Dell x : :.. D
Webb Max Walker, R 0 Latham,

Mrs Freida Barber, Mrs Rosa Al- ..- ..-
4 I britton, Mrs Mozelle Reel, Miss '. It :.. -, -

% Jean Zipperer, Clyde Walker,
George HaltDischarged
: Mrs Marilyn Faye { Ji i

Y Yt Saluter, George Tudor, Mrs Ome-
i lia Harris and baby, Mrs Alice I960 Rambler American
Andrews, of Greenville Mrs Pearl '.2-Door Deluxe Sedan ? .
Pickles, Mrs Dorothea Dear transferred .. -

-1' f to Tallahassee Hospital, R '

O Latham, R C Home, Mrs Ruby 1960 :;
Williams J C Sealey, Mrs Mae .
Bell Webb and baby, Mark Hitch- A
cock, Max Walker. ; .
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BABY WEBB Rambler American' s.
Mr and. Mrs James Webb of

Route 1, Madison, announced the

birth of a baby girl. Nov 5. She I r ..... :. ... .. ; 1"

; weighed COLORED 8 lbs. PATIENTS .,. $ .9 o-- {1,, -;:n,. .

Admissions: Leroy Robinson, FredHolmes 17 5itto, Fa< :.Ooor SedaII Jo! :
pictUr@: above+ ;
1 Emma Jane Carter, Ruby :
Barfield Richard Solomon '
Ruby '
Thomas, Ida Lee Lewis and Vivian : -- :.. ;, ,: "
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(by )of all American ;
'.,.., Discharged: Johnny Givens, Fred cars*, the 100-inch wheelbase i
Holmes Ruby Barfield and baby, Rambler American is 1960's most

Rossie Johnson, lassie Branch wanted economy car. Save on gas ,:-,1.
Annie Lofton, Emma Carter and with the all-time Mobilgas Economy :
Ida Lee Lewis. Run king. Get highest resale value Jw,

Born to Ruby Barfield of Greenville when you trade. Full family room. -

Fla a'baby boy on Nov 6. Shortest turning, easiest parking. '- ;,
He weighed 5 lbs and 8 ozs. And Rambler backed by ten years Brand new for 'M-RamMer $f l and 25 billion owner-driven American 4-DoocDeta t> Sedan lOrI960
Born to Ida Lee Lewis on Nov Go Rambler miles. .. / .;.;:.... \ .
now. .drive the New
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a baby boy weighing 6 Ibs and Standard of Basic Excellence in
11* ozs.FORMER. t :
automobiles today. .
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ea.secI en comparnoa of inufjctortrj' _.
'. MADISON MAN SBgested factory deEvtrctf prices. _-;
BADLY HURTJ _

Williams former Mayor of
Tallahassee and a former Madison
ter. > YOUR RAMBLER
,:, county man, was badly hurt in an ...
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... automobile collision Sunday in Tal- DOLLAR IS A ; ,,-1:
:. Rambler American Detail ,.
lahassee at the intersection of BIGGER DOLLAR. Stated WajM easiest to 52020. -
:::. .:"; Park avenue and Macomb street tan tad park. Big carp area. .;. .
He suffered a broken pelvis and a s.msw..... .
:.F price It ICetIosIaa.W'1SCOIISiI..State aed local ftta if aey,1atoe #
two broken ribs and possibly inter- .mac ana evtrttitt trramujwu.wfcttwia tae and optimal eWupmeaf octal ..
nal injuries. Mrs Williams and ... '.{0.!!&
IF- Select Yours Now : ;., ..: were their less daughter seriously, also injured.in the car, See Rambler for 'GO -The Most Imitated Car In AmericaCOIINCII -

"USE OUR LAY-A-WAY PLAN -. -> ri't,.. Mrs Williams was driving the
car. Driver of the other car, RobertI. VICKERS
LaRue'sCASTLE Gaines, also of Tallahassee was IMPLEMENT
charged with driving with defective
brakes and with reckless driving

PARK. VALDOSTA, GA. by running an accident.a red light and_ causing 317 South Range Street S r. .ter:

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'Too late To Classify"

Pecans Wanted i uE? Goodyear '..
FOR SALE: Florida black rye seed, ..
:All varieties in any quantity. Top good germination. Re-cleaned and 670 x 15, -
cash prices. new sacks. $3.25 per bushel. WILLIAM plus tax and
COLLINS, Rt 3 Madison,
Walter\ B. CunninghamLocated < iG Florida. 11-lt-pd I :

i FOR SALE: Seed Cane.: EDGAR
at Taxi Stand across from
Bus Station and Post Office KING, Cherry Lake. 11-2t-pd: Battery & ,

. Phone 9551, Quitman, Ga. WANTED
: Lady for part time workin
doctor's office, preferably with
I DISTRICT MEETING HERE experience. Reply, stating experience NEW
I 'Gone to get a cuppa to DOCTOR, c-o Enter-
District 3, Florida Federationof prise-Recorder, Madison, Fla. The Rev R D 1

Garden Clubs, will meet in Coffee at Towne SquareInn 11-2t-ch the First .
Madison in the Fall of 1960. WANTED: Housekeeper to live in Tallahassee
home and care for semi-invalid the Madison
now al! night! widow. Contact MRS.V
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open of the church \
Are your brakes safe? COLLINS, Rt. 3, Madison. in an impressive

Mr and Mrs Walter Williamsand 11-lt-pd
chose his
If not, drive in today to son, Walter III of Charleston, FREE FREE .- FREE 12th chapter as of I

! S C were weekend guests of Mr Friday and Saturday last 2 daysto Mrs Dwight
McWILLIAMS GARAGE: Williams' parents. Mr and Mrs register for the 17 J BULOVA President, of
Walter E Williams WRIST WATCH at \Va -WEGER visitor at the ;j

.. -. ., JEWELER MADISON-Award at ...ithduties 4&-IU,. : :....:_.uu..: r .
5 P. M.WANTED. ,
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TO BUY EAR CORN. explained.

Will pay $1.00 per bushel and During the 1

haul it, or $1.05 delivered. ducted by the 1 f
: SEE. HENRY MESSER. 11-2t-ch. Merchant Jr
the Presbyterial
LOST: One male bird dog, age 3
Mrs J M
I years, weight approximately 75 Ragans, Mrs John
pounds, color solid white 'except I Reichmann. SHOT GUNS
.. ... Kirby
;< -..mr-- right ear and eye orange color Plans were
::i-.' .t and left ear orange color with
shower of gifts
orange color spot in forehead. TODAY!
1ft
ryus w NURPRIS-RfCOROR Name JEEP. Got out of my pen missionaries on
Monday. Dec 14,
flUlII./SiltO \ 2 weeks ago today. I will give
will be made and Y&O
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$10 reward for informaticn lead-
don will give the
ing to whereabouts of the above
in the study of
dog. P K ROWELL. P O Box 213,
day Dec 1 was
FOR Madison, Fla, phones HU 36157or church clean-up I

HU 36111.1l2tch.. mann spoke II

NOTICE TO FARMERS: We buy gram topic of I
yellow ear corn the year around. and older people.
Price now is $1.10 per bushel, Mrs Harry 0
+ High Class Printing picker picked.J visitor.

A MITCHELL MILLING CO. : : I

JASPER, FLA. ll-2t-ch. ;

Madison, Florida
Mrs S H Moore
Of All KindsExcept HANSONNEWSPine I Hadden-Morrow .

afternoon with 14 SCHWINN BICYCLES
visitor. Mrs Pat r I
( Bolita Tickets And Money) Grove W M S Royal Service Franchised Dealer & Service
\ Upper Room
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO-
program was held at the Jack
W Williamson
pastorium with Mrs E L Gurr of
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thought on the Guests Sunday: of Mr and MrsN
SMITH CORONA Thursday afternoon, November. 5. was
+ The importance of P Dean were Mrs Dean's
Mrs Gurr had charge of the pro- father Mr J P Davis, and her sisters -
to the of
gram and led the devotional, which economy Miss Kathleen Davis and Mrs
the underlying: Wray I
was very good. Several members Ervin A Clayton and Mr Clayton
Standard Typewriters had interesting parts on the pro- lesson presented by all of Dawson Ga. \
gram. den from the
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Mr and Mrs B F Davis and son temporary Man Jumbo Ha b'urgers'.

Joe, Miss Sandra Raines, Mr and Nations. was Choicest of Steaks and Sea
Mrs S P Odom and son and Mr Matheny was a Foods at "WHITETOP
Adding Machines an absence of .
; and Mrs
Billy Littleton and son I
hospital. The fish- DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53,
were visiting Mr and Mrs Cleo
made cake and I I south of Madison. 3-lt-ch
Phillips at Madison Sunday.:
Mrs Vernon Adams had her

And Cash Registers mother from Georgia visiting her

two days last week. L i iY
Rev and Mrs E L Gurr and

family attended the funeral of
one of Mrs Gurr's uncles near

'I Americus, Ga. Tuesday afternoon.He .
Underwood & Smith
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passed away suddenly Sunday: f.WodbrI .
They have our deepest sympathy.Mrs .

Delbert Williamson and two
Corona PortableTypewriters children, Debbie and Keith, of C
Moody Field spent the weekend
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it to Ford to sweep Hut annoying windshield pillar sloping/ hood reveals road tfcaa you vs em sees bebrt. New Wide I
Mrs B F Davis. forward,out of your way. No mort bumped knees Anile windshield rives you up to IJ%greater{tau"'".Wider anstt of wao* I
Hanson H D Club met in the or snagged hose! through rear window,too. .,. .

home of Mrs W L Collins Jr Monday
afternoon. with twelve present. x ,xa 1 "JE..3

Mrs T H Meeks gave the devotional -

Plans were discussed for
the: December meeting. The annual

+ Metal And Wood Christmas party will be held in the
home of Mr and Mrs B 0 Raines t

Dec 5 with a covered dish supper.

Office Furniture r
: EARLY MORNING ACCIDENT

WRECKS CADILLAC & TRUCKA ..........hares pIeMJ....w-araM4 space!V.i jet op to S EM a chU CM toad the few*,flunks to KB
inches inns shoulder room, lachts: more kip room u dM 1960 Fords.Posture. lees level! The trunk sill to perfectly placed..
traffic accident within the city perfect,sating rnakM lo ,- limits of Greenville at 5:30 a. m. middle Us as mack comfort as tile rest.tkMks to>>fuH-Mittk seat pwttiit supply of luggage!*Ford Is built tor people'

.UNDERWOOD Tuesday, involving a 1958 Cadillac

+ sedan Trucking and a truck Line, of resulted the M in R andR the Nothing fits you like a Ford !

hospitalization of three persons and
extensive damage to both vehicles.
Trooper Kilpatrick, who made the
BURROUGHS investigation said the Cadillac was

headed east, and the truck, west
when they crashed at a curve.
Damage to each car was estimated

Remington Clary at from $800 to 51,000. I ; :: ...c
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John E Chadick Jr of Mobile, ;
Ala, driver of the Cadillac, and Mr
and Mrs Foster 'W Drake, of Mo-
bile, owners of the car were hospitalized -
R.( Allen And Odhner for injuries at the local From toy point of view from every point of value-The Finest FORDS
hospital Mr Chadick: for possible Fords of a Lifetime. No other cars for '60 are so completely,
internal injuries. Other occupantsof wonderfully new! More news! There'll be three completely I8a Fovea-n,neat f.-III".u.h.w
the Cadillac Emmitt A Con- new kinds of Ford cars-a Ford to fit every family-all
under roof. Come in and make choice! fALCOlt11Ietile!
our your ?
nell Jr of Jacksonville, and Ernest
ADDING MACHINES .tins. TWmOUBlKD-n wares Mod VanUtf Cart
Douglas, of Mobile, escaped. with
';I slight injury and shock. STEP INTO A BIG. WIPE WONDERFUL WORLD Of COMFORT AT YOUR ONLY COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE DEALERS F.D.A.F.I' .

Royce Joyner, of Tallahassee,
driver of the truck was unhurt. '

Trooper Kilpatrick said no case, HARDEE MUOR co.
+ OFfiCE SUPPLIES had been made.

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G-E Appliances

Corner Base & Hancock Streets, Madison, Ha.
Howerton Supply Co. I. :
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Bible Material: Acts 6 through 7. > .( ". SOCIETYWORLDWIDE : ;
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T HAS OFTEN been dangerousto NOVEMBER a
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a Christian. This should \ Psalms . ... 103: 1-22
not be a surprise to any one who 27 .Psalms .. ..i.. 23: 1-6 .
knows the story of Jesus. He him- 28 .Psalms ... ... 46: 1-U
self said that if a man wanted to 29 Advent Sunday ;:: ..,: .
be his follower he would have to Acts .. . ... 9: 1-9
w take up a cross every day. Chris 30 ..Romans .. ... 5: 1-21 .5
'1 tians nowadays often wear crosses

I as jewelry, .but,what Jesus meant I : DECEMBER
was no trinket
Indeed, in his 1 Romans .. .... 8: 1-d ;, .
2 .Romans .. ... 8:18-39
time nobody 3 .Romans ... 12: 1-21 ;, "
would have 4 .1 Corinthians .13: 1-13
dreamed of mak- 5 .Acts . ... 9:10-31 .
ing an ornamentin 6 Sunday

the shape of a ... .Matthew .. .. 5: 1-16 -r
cross. (Did you 7 .Matthew .... .. 5:17-32 E
ever see a neck- 3 8 .Matthew .... 5:33-48'
lace watch- 9 .Matthew '.. . 6: 1-15 ? '
or
1 10 .Matthew . 6:16-34 y. I
chain with -
a tiny .'Foreman s 11 .Matthew .. 7: 1.12 '
atDr.
electric chair 12 .Matthew . 7:13-28 ;.-' Ii
tacked?) A cross always meantone 13 Universal Bible Sunday Nw. ro r "

thing: a horrible death. Nota .Acts . .. ... 10:30-48 .
death by accident, not a suicide, 14 Isaiah ... ... .. 9: 2-7'...". ., ... ;cI I
but a death by court order or mob 15 .Isaiah! .. .. 11: 1-9 M' ;. <.
violence a form of death inflicted 16 .Isaiah ... .. .... 35: 1-10 .
only on the worst criminals, enemies I 17 .Isaiah! .. .... 40: 1-11 ... : y
E
of You will have to 18 .Isaiah .... .... 42: 1-13 :. >
society. 19 .Acts ... .. ..11:19-30 be considered a criminal Jesus 20 Sunday ./

said in effect, you will have to be Luke .. ...., 2: 1-20 r4 I r
prepared literally to be executedas 21 ..Isaiah .. .... ... 53: 1-12 i
a criminal, if you are going to 22 .Isaiah ..... .. 55: 1-13 !
follow in my footsteps. 23 .Isaiah. ......... 61: 1-11 !
24 ..Jeremiah .... .. 31:31-37 II
p Ptoplt Don Die for Opinions 25 Christmas .
Most Christians throughout the ..Matthew ..... 2: 1-12 '' :I
centuries have not been called on II II I I

to be actually killed for their faith. American Bible '
Jesus did not mean that only those Society
who die a martyr's death can be
New York 22 N. Y. I II
considered Christians. Still in almost I Ii i

every age of Christianity, I
I
there have been martyrs. First, in
the long list is a man named Ste- .
phen whose story is told in Acts.A .
brilliant scholar, a convincing !

debater he proved to be so goodat THE CHURCH FOR ALL :=: ;
how Christian '
showing right
ALL FOR THE CHURCH :
faith is, that his enemies decidedthe
only way to stop him was to The Church is the greatest factor on earth for i

arrest him. Perhaps they did not the building of character and good citizenship. !

mean to kill him; but kill him they It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a l1'ro11 the dawn of human history, man has gazed with awe

did.strangest in what lynchings is surely in history.one of For the strong Church neither democracy nor civilizationcan and fascination across the horizon. What secrets are burled in the I

the men who stoned Stephen to survive. There are four sound reasons why sea's vast bosom and what strange lands and peoples and adventures
death were not a mob acting with- I
every person should attend services regularly and are out there beyond the sunset?
out knowledge of the court. They .
support the Church. They are: (1)\ For his
members of the court itself.
:were Now. some one might ask why own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For The unknown has always presented a mystery and a challenge I

Stephen was stubborn. Why the sake of his community and nation. (4)) For to mankind. Many have faced it with fear and shrinking. OthersI

couldn't he agree with the majority the sake of the Church itself which needs his have accepted its challenge and have opened up new vistas of hu
? (In that court he was a minority .
of One.) Why couldn't he at moral and material support. Plan to go to man knowledge.

least keep his opinions to himself 'lurch regularly and read your Bible daily. -

If opinions Christianity of course were Stephen a matter could of 'L \ Those who live and search in the Everlasting Light, His Holy

1 2 have kept his to himself. But Ta i j Book Chapter Verses Word, need have no fear of what lies beyond the oceans of water,

I people don't die for opinions. They Sunday Genesis 1 14-18 the oceans of human experience, or the oceans of human thought'

\ die tion for does convictions.not go down And to the a convic-utter- /Tuesday Monday John Psalms 118 1 27..529 For the I land and- the sea areGod's__ and__H. rules 1 in the kingdom

1 most depths of a man's mind and Wednesday Luke 1 76-79 of men..
soul unless he is willing to die for it.Chrl.st1anlty Thursday Matthew 5 13-16 ,
Friday Psalms 119 104-106
is not a matter of
Saturday Revelation 22 3-5
opinions that can easily be
I changed. It is a matter of people
who have convictions which change
their whole lives, so that their
lives are expressions of their con
victions. They will lose life rather Copyright 1959. Keiiter Adr.Service.Strtsburf V*.

than surrender. ) irTi -_

Martyrs In Our Tina
.
The roll of those who have died 5.5- 5 -z/ 555 .................- S. ____ S____SS.5 ,.,
for their Christian faith is a long
one. It is not finished, and it has
grown much longer in our time.

The writer of these lines has wor- I._ ........ .++....:C. shipped in a "refugee" congregation -

Every in member Korea, of a it martyr is a native church.of These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week Sponsored by the Following Individuals and '.

north Korea who left home to Establishments '
:
come to south Korea, a strange I'

either land to-him to and begin not life too hospitable again in . ,. . .. p .A.A>>.v .v I

poverty but in Christian freedom.
Not only that, but almost every MADISON DRUG STORE BUDDY SMITHHABDWARE WESTERN AUTO STORE '
member of that congregation has DUNN FURNITURE CO.
lost some relative, murdered by The Restore J. J. Sale Jr., Owner
communist orders. MADISON
FLA.
Centuries ago the church used to Phone HU 3.2300 Madison, Fla. )Madison Florida Phone HU 3-2385, Madison Fla. ..

.. distinguish between "red" and Phone HU 3-2340 I

"white" martyrs. The first kind __ .... I
sealed their testimony in blood. ... '. 'r I
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The second kind were not killed ,
but, being always ready to die, suf- V
fered for their faith in other ways, MESSER -
J. a. DAVIS, Inc.Madison I
perhaps long continued. All honorto .
martyrs tf both kinds. Most of BATTERY & TIRE CO.IIORROW INSURANCE QUALITY. CLEANERS .
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the foreign missionaries, or "fra AGENCY" Florida ,
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ternal workers" as they are often MADISON, FLORIDA When your clothes are not becoming .
Florida
called, live as white martyrs. Beyond Madison .
comforts of to you they should beCANTEY I
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REGISTER'S AUTO SERVICE
home away from most of their coming to US Phone HU 3-2255' i
families exposed daily to contagion Phone HU 3-6450 Madison, Fla. !
surrounded by a world so I
I depressing that many missionaries' BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. FRALEIGHASHLEYTRUCK ;
i
r minds have given way under the I

strain, overworked and too seldom Wiring and Repair-Appliances ) & TRACTOR CO. MOTOR CO.Madison. .' CHERRY'S "66" SERVICE ..- J
reinforced nevertheless live
they ,. MADISON, FLORIDA STATION
I rejoicing. Every one has heard of
Florida
:; Phone HU 3-2241. Madison. Fla. ,
the young missionaries who were '
Madison Fla. -
. murdered by those Amazon Indians -
c Their widows are carryingon
! their unfinished work today.The

I wives have not been killed; butt . 9 e rA !2 . -. rB BBm H i i
who shall say. they are not ecpiaDy
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though not so brilliant as the 1 Friends are glad to see "Mrs A G-E Automatic Washers

I TV represented him-was aI I T Gibson out after a several weeks I I I
When HOWERTON SUPPLY CO3PAIJ
the time hetias you are.... .
TdThTBPRISCllCOllDtheuabrct pitiable figure by illness in a Jacksonville hoap:tal
through with the committee ---
r tut IMKAIiOMAL.AfifiCUlTUBAl AM* IftMSTUAl OftTU V. MTH OOSIOA building
last week. \
MADISON, FLORIDA grilling Making
Telephone HU 3-6361 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. more in a ;year than most ,
Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance people hereabouts are able to ,
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year i
accumulate in a lifetime, he has

Advertising Rates Made Known on Application lost his jobs, and, greater still, I

the confidence had in
i Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June people
him. He would have done fine i
'I 26. 1908 under Act of March 8, 1879. on .-
the program in a strictly honest
OWNERS T. C. MERCHANT 1'. MERCHANT JR.
T : C. way, much better than most of

AND ASSOCIATES us, for he has had exceptional l a new building! x

:MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 opportunities and availed him-

NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 self of them, but he was suckedin Protect the value ol your !I W ither&
CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 by unscrupulous promotersfor new building or your present
farm dwelling with proper and
T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and Publisher no good reason that we can adequate fire insurance protec 95

T. C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor see. Indeed, it seems to us that ,tion.Remember Only
the Farm Bureau
the would have beenso
MRS. A. W. YAWN City Editor program
Insurance Company offers you 6.70. 15 tub, .fcpf
MRS W. $. WILSON, Advertising Manager much more fun if it had fire and extended coverage pro A put rt app&ICe tax and tire*/
been on the up and up, as tection on your new construction

posed the amendment will get they tried to make us believeit building.while you are actually Sts. <-,00.-16 fits- eU.rmecUU Size 71015 fits most Size 7.60>U Its
Out Of This WorldOur benefit though not was, for it would have had See your local Farm Bureau of Plymowth, p pr1937, nod(It ofDodge recent. MocUls woof of
some enormous raH Chevrolet. Hash ftukk. Nosh Chrysler.D3ocstuk*,
more participants and the Agent now and make certain Stv W>ok.f Olds.M.rcvry,Pontioc, Old,.Mudrp4 M< first rather cool spell of from their
position. that you are properly insured_ Hudson Packard .
the season came during the Governor Collins, who spearheaded questions would necessarilyhave against any and all losses *
through a Farm Bureau Fire $1195 $1485 $1625blackwall
been more in the of
then itwas the for range
week end, but even campaign the end Extended Coverage insu. :- .
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not so cold as the fore- amendment while other advocates the viewers' own knowledge.We Vince policy, tube-type plus tax and recappable tire

casts said it would be. A cold were rather shy, doubt- can see how people mightbe
less lost crooked if it were to their Southern Farm Bureau
wind Friday made it seem some prestige as .a GOOO'iE4RMORE
profit, but we cannot see why
cold and those who were watching result of the way the vote
the football games in the went. Many of his former they would want to be crooked Insurance Co. PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND
supporters on the lower East when, as it appears to us, there
vain, and with our side losing KERMIT HORNEBOX
Coast must have felt that I was no quid pro quo.
too, were probably a little cold 38 HU 3-6665 YELLOW PINE
while they were expecting a MADISON FLORIDA
ml: uncomfortable but the .
thermometer failed to dip into cake from him he was offer- Much Less EvilBe ." " ,,," ," ," ,,,,,,,,,,

the thirties. Saturday morning ing them only a biscuit. Fail- this it however G-E Appliances I
as may, ,
ure of the proposed amendment TRUCK STOP
registered 42, Sunday morning the evil that the cruel hoax
throws the reapportionment
44 and Monday morning 40%. has done to us is nothing like Howerton Supply Co. i
question again into the lap of
There may have been a little the evil that the showing of HU 3-2277 MADISON, FLORIDA
the 1961 Legislature, when we .
frost Monday. We notice the scenes of horror and violence --
will have a new Governor and
Japan plum trees around town on the TV is doing to us along
at least several new legislators.
arc now in full bloom, and we Perhaps then, but keep your with similar and much more pro- the patented

love their fragrance as much fingers crossed, they may nounced scenes in the movies,
of other flower, together with the glorificationof
as that any come to some agreement.
even of the orange. A few drink and lurid details of Uu SIEGLERFB

at Silver crime carried in so many of
years ago we were
Back To The MillsThe our newspapers "and magazinesfor
Springs) where in the park area n
the that there is Y
money
'
large number of Japan plum High Court held, the
in it.
We cannot have these.
trees, in the bloom season, and latter part of last week, that 4*
things constantly brought be-
the fragrance of the blooms the steel workers must go backto ;,. i '
fore us without our being affected -
was almost out of this world. the mills for the eighty-day
by them, and the more
Perhaps] this winter we may cooling off period. That doesn't
thoughtful people of this country f r" !1 !
not have enough hard cold to mean that the issue has been i are waking up more and !

settled and doesn't insure thatit .. e4iq f
kill the little plums, though more to the danger involved. i, M.a

this often happens. will be settled. A good partof The Postmaster-General is do- ,

these eighty days will be ing his best to clean up the
taken up in getting the mills

Not Such An EmergencyThe into full production, and then unchaste through the material mails, and going the

when the eighty days are up wI
reapportionment emer- other media of communicationneed
the strike may be on again.
gency wasn't such an emergency constant surveillance by
after all; or at least the We had some doubt that the the ones in authority in those t ti i

people didn't think so, judging Court would order the men fields.
back to work but then -
the
from the way they voted and

failed to vote. The present public: welfare comes ahead ofeverything .I Wonderful HarborBay :

constitutional provision had else and a great I

served for the past thirtyfiveyears government cannot afford to county, located in the

and there was nothing sit down and be paralyzed in- western part of the state on a suA.

definitely because mill owner the Gulf of Mexico is of
the matter with it now except I one .. I
that the Legislature wasn't z nd employee cannot agree. I the newer counties of Florida,

abiding by it. It could have Wages of mill workers are rePorted having been formed from Washington z

swung on without any trouble to average better than county in 1913, and at

until the general election in three dollars an hour and to a the same time is one of the 1 _. .

1960 when we would have been great many Madison county fastest-growing. It has an area

going to the polls any way and people that would seem mighty about a fifth larger than Madison \ builtmBLOWER POURS 2 TIMES MORE HEAT OVER
high. But that isn't the whole and
the money spent on this special county a population
election could have been save story. The mill owners have about four times as great. The THE FLOOR than ever before!

made big profits too, and they county was named for St. An-
Don't go through another winter with cold Boors.Don't .
should have given the public drews Bay, on which it is
Takes Men let an ordinary heater with no Inner Heat
RunningPeople some of the benefit in reduc- situated. There is a wonderful
Tubes or built-in Blower System continue to
: frequently will not ing the price of steel. So if the harbor at Panama City, and waste your money by overheating your ceilings.

\ote just on an issueusuallyit push comes to the shove, as the city already is a great Start saving and discover the comfort of amazing

takes some men running to the saying goes, and the gov- shipping center. Tourists, com- I SUPER Floor Heat. Siegler gives you all the comfort ,

get out the vote. Many\ doubtless ernment requires the employeeto mercial fishing, diversified in- of a furnace, without costly pipes and registersto
work, the government will dustry, the big Tyndall Field
did not understand j just install. The furnace-volume blower on a patented -
chat the proposed amendment also limit the mill owner's pro. and Navy Mine Defense Lab- 1 new Siegler pulls all the air in an average

called for, many others didn't fit. Those two actions would ratory, and the big Internat- size home through the Inner Heat Tubes, three

care, many in the big counties put us then, to that extent, ional paper mill are some of / times an hour! Every Siegler heater is completely

didn't think the amendmentwent into a police state, which is the county's chief sources cf automatic and is constructed of heavy duty cast

far enough, while others not a desirable one, but at income. Principal farm crops, iron for a lifetime of service and economy.

in the smaller counties probably least more bearable than no mainly non-commercial, areco'rn a, MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

didn't want it to go that state at all. The trouble is velvet beans, peanuts,

far and there are a. great that the country, on the whole, sweet potatoes, sugar cane, SfiFEII

many people who are opposed has gone wild, wanting more field peas, cabbage and water-

to changing the constitutionany and more and more, and the melons. Satsuma oranges,

way unless' they can be government itself has been an..grapes, and pecans are planted 8&pp 1

shown; beyond the peradventureof offender in the procedure by and poultry raising and the : ,

a doubt that it is desirableto spending more and more and raising of purebred cattle and f I Ij j

do so. more and taxing more and hogs are extensive. More than PATENTED FORCED-AIR

more and more. three fourths of the land in SAVINGS!

Only A Biscuit the county is in commercial HAS HOME HEATER i I
forests. In addition to the big
More Fun If On
Certainly the result of the paper mill, shirt, chemical
election will have an influenceon cement, mattress, furniture, Come in for a FREE hot demonstration!
Up And Up .
the political races, especially boat, canned oil and insecticide .

that of Governor, next Charles Van Doren, whiz factories are. included in local J WESTERN. AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE

spring, and we think those boy of the TV, brilliant and industries. Next week;'

potential candidates who op- smart nevertheless even ford county. Brnd-I 108-110 E. PINCKNEY ST. PHONE HU 3-2385 MADISON, FLORIDA.I. 1 I


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I It's time to do your I If

U Im mm( TALBOTT PAINTAND Christmas Shopping at I I INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT FLORIDA____

qP
OF COMMERCE \JOJ1UUmrr-: WALLPAPER CO.AT Eagle's. a.Ai 3. r

I I ''',/.... CASTLE PARK Dr and Mrs Richard Plant ,and -J: -I!:
I jOL / .. VALDOSTA, GA. two daughters. Rachel and Rebeccaof
I free parkingWe Darlington, S C, spent the ( .J
week end here visiting Dr Plant's

1 have a complete line of Dwoskln mother Mrs C M Plant, and his x ___
father who has '
h Wallpaper and 1500 colors of Paintsto been ill at the f V
select from. local hospital for some timeMr
# it and Mrs Albert Plant and four s-
children, Albert Jr, Clarence H, >.
D Ann and James Porter of
t rQ7AcD ffAS'AMERlc.4'$11RST Mr and Mrs J R Nunnelley of Gainesville, also spent Sunday here L
I[!ITfM OF WOZT.TOR MANY mrwwmDtTAlUDACCOflN7"NaATlDNST1IJetWlSTO'RE. Lexington Ky, came Sunday fora visiting Mrs Plant, and Mr Plantat M
& m mi TOfAcco in mfltfllSH week's visit with their son-in- the hospital.
'OR worn INDIAN WAS mCF tAMtUASf WAS Iff- law and daughter Dr and Mrs -x- .
irtMlDl MIS unmet mID"JOYFUU mns our of'w Marshall Hamilton. Mr and Mrs Jesse Hughey and
Mr and Mrs C T McWilliams spent
A 1S.1 ttWOH ANNUAL LIVESTOCK
'VRKm litmus. MIWIed D London D 1m the weekend in Jacksonville and
G-E Appliances attended the Georgia-Florida football There are 1,000,000 acres of improved pastures valued at
; ONCE Su *AsTFW game $30,000,000 in Florida and this land supports cattle valued at
$75,000,000. Recent income from livestock and livestock pro .
UFO CMI'I Howerton Supply Co. ducts for one year exceeded 90000000. The annual income
Transistor Radios from production of hogs is around 19000000. Poultry and eggs
t produce amounts to$20,000,000 and Florida dairies produce ao
.. ... income of around 12000.000 per year.
wJNCOMF TO FAKJUfKf IN Precisionware Kitchen Cabinets
". --- toss.Sort*DtUb.ton.ttkwtoti Bryan Electric Co.
., a..d ,,R Wom Tu lweocat Cdtanlt HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
I 1IAE ST All OM 2DOCOD 18.STATES-DNIF A un .
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Christmas Shopping at November SpecialsAT


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JURY INDICTS PETERS

I A Brooks County grand jury ServiceOn Continues Nov. 14thMen's
last Friday indicted Joe Peters Through Saturday
J of Quitman on a charge of assault U S 90 :Madison\ Florida
with intent to murder E P HU 3-9942
Terry Saturday Oct 31st. Peters
.i is said to have stabbed Terry in Free Pickup and Delivery Service
the head, neck, hand and back t ft. Suits
.
with two knives which he pickedup CAR LUBRICATION ... f5c I

which in the the two hardware men were store partncrs. in- BATTERY CHARGE.. 50c: ; Ladies' Coats-:,

argument. The between attack the followed two over an TIRE REPAIR .. .. .. 5QC I t WIDE ASSORTMENT

business matters. CAR WASH . .. . 75c H" COMPLETE SIZE RANGE WINTER COATS ,

WAYNE WEGER, JEWELER Come in today. See how good. 10% CASHMERE 90% WOOL *
34 to 46
our service really is sizes 8 to 18

Save up to ..............., Trouser Alterations included S Beige, Blue, Red, Gray



$3000Basic- Carrabelle's CARRABELLE football. WINS team de- r5 $9700$1H688. -

Setof feated Greenville High School .
last Friday night 13 to 6. Halfback .
EIGHT Martin Ranallo scored for
Carrabelle in the first period and
5 PIECEPLACE Quarterback Jerry Murray added

SEnIN'GSI the another extra touchdown point for and the winnersin kicked Lk I L SPRING TOPPERS $9.88
the
second
quarter. GreenvilIe's .
lone touchdown came in Pastels, Sizes 10 to 16LADIES'
the third quarter when Quater-
back Johnny Letchworth scored
from the three-yard; line following -
.* '-" .' a fifteen-yard penalty against Fall Fabrics
-- -- = Carrabelle for roughing. I


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YDS. 3 YDS.
Edward B 2 YDS
Wilson Jr son of Mr
and Mrs E B Wilson of Box GOWNS v '
$1. $1.]
276 Madison, Fla. has been as- $1.
signed to Company A 9th Battalion -
i iI 2nd Training Regiment at
Fort Jackson. S C for eight Sizes Medium and Large Values 49c Values 69c
I to yd prints to yd. Fine Values to $1 and more
weeks of basic combat training.

, Pink, Blue, Mint & Maize some drip drys.-.. all count Prints BroadGinghams and blended
I .. colorfast and colorful cloth, striped and solid
It t I .;J"" 1' materials, solids galore
T-- -- -
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II outing drip
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i Smith-Corona adding dry materials.
I

, I Machines, typetvriters ChenilleSpreads ; .
I Blankets
and cash
! I Ii registers.

i I II SOLIDS STRIPES PRINTS
I The

, Satin Bound NYLON RAYON. '

I! : EnterpriseRecorderfmm r S POLY BAGGED ORLON Porn Poms & Corduroys: SHEETS $1.99

. RAYON White & Colors ,
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I I I nsFsy

; your Savings$30.00 pattern from depending choice.$20.00 Set on to I HEARTH ACHES i $3 .99 j I I 2 for $5.00 2 42 FOR x 38'fc' $1.00

: includes all the basic -
;. pieces at once to serve 8
' people graciously. ..all L Lsavings

:I'', ,open otwonderful stock purchases.over- '

Wonderful savings also B. C MOORE & SONSINCORPORATED
on Basic Sets for 4 or 12 :

,!' people.lovely Choice';patterns.of many 0"Your .


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Register for Free Watch to be I k BUY FROM MOORE AND SAVE MORE

given away November 14th
fmm mmmmmmmi*** mfjaipmmmm A
mother is starting the car Quitman Georgia
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: AT J Welch I
Sr of West Palm
Christmas Shopping at Miss Sarah E Pearson, NFJC stud- Beach, in
renewing for the home
ent of Mayo, died Sunday in Jack-
Western Auto Store ,
writes
( I sonville from injuries she sustained .paper that he reckons it is
Eagle's.DECEMBER cold up here. His letter came our
;. : Friday night in an auto accident I
: Madison\ Floridai near Mayo. first day of cold weather.

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1, 1959 SET FOR I
i Our Lay-A-Way Plan COST-SHARES REQUESTING 1960 ACP CAMPING EQUIPMENTPup


Tents . $5.95 6-Piece Aluminum
Requeests for cost-sharing under Complete with poles & Mess Kits $1.98 I
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the 1960 Agricultural Conservation pegs
Program will be accepted beginning I .
.z ruire
December 1, 1959, according to Chas' Canteens Genuine Army..... .. 98c Shovels New Army. .Folding. $1.98
F Sims. ASC County Office Manager.
With Covers With
Mr Sims advises that the county Cases
dw'I.i. ACP program is now being devel- Army 7x7 Wall
oped and that the county develop- '. Packs .. .. $1.49 Tents. .. $14.95
ment group will make a joint an- a m pV;: Complete With Straps Complete With Poles and
nouncement of the practices included *,.x ia Pegs
in the county program by November Army Type Camp
15.SUWANNEE. Hatchets . $1.39 Shoulder
Pack . . $1.49
5x7 Wall :Machetes $1.98
Tents .. .. $12.93Complete
The family:.. favorite With Poles and With Case
I_ RIVER Pegs Jungle
Hammocks $9.95
For P EnjoymentMr Field Packs $2.98

II.aIIA.. A. "AI" Genuine Army Air.. ._._
nagS .tIattresses. v Z.
Sleeping $4.98
JUNIUKULLt t Mr and Mrs Wm B Clark and Miss
and Mrg T F Livingston spon-
Rosemary Clark of Agnes Scott Col- A'01y
sored an informal dance for NFJC Scout Knives 98c
lege will have as their guest for Bayonets .. $2.98
students Wednesday evening at the
FOR NEGRO STUDENTS Parish House at St Mary's. About Thanksgiving Bill Steifel of Emory I Navy New Mosquito
forty guests attended. Sandwiches, University. Hammocks .. $6.95 Bars. .. .. $2.98
cake, coffee and cold drinks were
served. Sterno Camp
Pecans Wanted Cook Stoves .. 9Sc Blankets $Z.98

IN
FORT JACKSON, S C, Nov 5, All varieties in any quantity. Top FREE! ARMY HELMET WITH PURCHASEOF
5ft-Pvt Julian L Tuten, son of Mr cash prices.
ANY CAMPING ITEM!
MADISON FLA. and Mrs Frank Buford Tuten, Madison -
Walter B.
- Fla. has been assigned to Company CunninghamLocated
SOUTHERN SALVAGE CO.
B, 1 Battalion 1 Training Regiment at Taxi Stand across from
at Fort Jackson, S C, for eight Bus Station! and Post Office 111 South Ashley St. Valdosta, Ga.
weeks of basic combat ttraining. Phone 9551, Quitman, Ga.
OFFERING THE FOLLOWING


t.:t TWO-YEAR STUDY PROGRAMS: EXERCISE YOU CAN WITHOUT. .


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Exercise may be fun-but not on washday! So why'not dry your
be f for just pennies a washday I...... ,\
offered as demands justify. clothes the easy, electric way. There's no bending or stretching-no
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For Further Information, Write: E heavy clothes. baskets to carry. Automatically" for. just pennies 4-a

REGISTRAR week, your clothes dry just the way you like them best. You'll find
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JENYETHEL N. MERRITTOR ." 4; .' special bargains being offered by your dealer during the big i Electric
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Dryer Festival, so see him today. Buy now, and take the work out
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FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK Brought To You Weekly By I It
COBLEan, ABOUT MOREINSURANCE t


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JACK WOODWARD, of Pinetta do

THINK OF
EVERY GUN 9.1 r you read the Fishermans Calendar? 1

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DON'T Ji / jH.LL CHAMBER FOR THE WEEK NOVEMBER 15 THRU NOVEMBER 22
%MEgNE ELSE 5., ; OF YOU EVERY HANDLE GUN TO .
t Time for Each Day, 7.U. Whe. Fish Bite Best"S
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SEE WHETHER

-- \T, OR\ HOT LOADED_ SUN 15 I MON 16 I iTo I WED 18 I THU 19 I FRI 20 I SAT 21 I SUN 22 \

LOAD 2JG )8 >e r Ie >e-
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ONLY WHEN e J I Blacker the FISh BeHer the Day for Fishing 1 :
HUNT I N G / '- I
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SA.fILJ; GUM HOWARD C. E. QUICK
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FLORIDA GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION LUMBER COMPANYHU I

ADAPT*PLAN I
3-6106 MADISON\ FLORIDA

i Til Gulf Life agent can: : tell you
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now. with Adapt-A-Plan", your In*
'- -- --- ,- turanc Is adaptable. for et-
GIBSON IN GERMANY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Mrs John Federowich entered ample a family income plan call I
Pineview CARD OF THANKSWe also provide substantial retirement i
hospital
Tuesday for
Florida StatutesIN eye NAVACO AWNINGS \ income. Or hIm. a caD !
WILDFLECKEN GERMANY THE COURT OF THE COUNTY !surgery., fOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY t today! i
(AHTNO-Army Sgt James C Gib- 'JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY FLO- -x-
son, 21, son of Mr and Mrs EmoryT RIDA, IN PROBATE.In wish to thank everyone for
Gibson Route 2, Madison, Fla. re: Estate of John W Dutton, JUNIOR TEAM WINS their many acts of kindness, sympathy COMPLETE PEST CONTROLFREE
Is participating in a five-week large Deceased.TO II shown, and for the beautiful
scale field training exercise with the ALL CREDITORS AND PER- Tuesday Nov. 3the MHS Junior flowers, during the illness and deathof INSPECTION
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -
3d Armored Division in Wildflecken AGAINST SAID ESTATE: football played the Jennings team our beloved husband and father, BURKE EXTERMINATING CO.
The training is scheduledto Wallace Albritton. God bless
Germany. May
You and each of you are hereby here. Madison won with a score or
end Nov 20. each one of you. I
notified and to 137.
required presentany
JACK BURKE
JR. ;
leeder in THE Entomologist
Sgt Gibson a squad claims and demands which you, ALBRITTON FAMILY
Headquarters Company of the divi or either of you, may have againstthe 0 111 East Green St.,
sion's 52d Infantry in Friedberg, estate of John W Dutton, deceased -
Phone
It's time to do e 293JPERRY
entered the Army in September 1956 late of said County, to the CONSTRUCTIONNew your
and arrived overseas in April 1957. County Judge of Madison County, and FLORIDAWe
Madison High Florida, at his office in the court Remodeling Christmas Shopping at
The School.Sgt.His attended wife, Barbel, is with house of said County at Madison, H werton Supply Co. exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and
Florida, within eight calendar Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc.
him in Germany. months from the time of the first Eagle's.
publication of this notice. Each u
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claim or demand shall be in writ- I
ing, and shall state the place of I .
I SPORTING NEEDS i'residence and post office addressof -
the claimant, and shall be swornto -
by the claimant, his agent,: or J:
g EVINRUDE MOTORS attorney and any such claim or WHAT DOES THE 1JUUW. HAVE
$ CAMERAS & SUPPLIES demand not so filed shall be void.
I FISHING TACKLE HERBERT DUTTON, as executorof

.9 9 BROWNING WINCHESTER JohnV the Last Dutton Will, deceased.and Testament of THAT THE OTHERS DO NOT ?

REMINGTON GUNS First publication November 13th,
1959. ll-4t-pd .
_ HOBBY CRAFT ,- Jf
0 COMPLETE PHOTO SHOP EXCLUSIVE DEALER FRANCHISEBe JT HAS SIX BODY STYLES: New convertible, drive, the engine loafs at cruising speed, cuts your
0 SPORTING GOODS new 4-door and 2-door station wagon, hardtop, 4* gas bill even more.Which one suiu you best?The I
,$ LAMBRETTA MOTOR door\ and 2-door sedan! Seven sophisticated colon. ,. Lark offers this choice-plus a .selection of 7 axle
SCOOTERS your own boss, $8,000 to Handsome interiors appointed in distinctive pleated ratios-the others do nod! i'
$10,000 yearly profit contacting vinyls or cloths. Nobody else has them. Why IT HAS MANY UNUSUAL FEATURES: i
THE SPORT CENTERCastle senting dairymen leading in Madison dairy area equipment repre- settle for less? J.j- Reclining seats that make into beds front seat

manufacturer. Minimum investment.i I IT HAS A POWERFUL, THRIFTY V-8 OR headrests, hillholder, Twin Traction (for driving i
Park Shopping Center secured by inventory. Opportunity to SUPER ECONOMICAL "6": The Lark V-8 through snow, sand, ice or mud), air conditioning,
VALDOSTA GA. own your own business. For personal topped all other eights in last year's Mobilgas 4-barrel carburetor and dual exhausts...many, i ii
interview write BOX E. H. S. Economy Run. Have your cake and eat it, too.The many more. None of the others have this wide i'
coo The Enterprise-Recorder, Madi- V-8 Lark (costs just a little more than the "6") variety of options from which to choose.
Florida. 9-lt-pd
son
offers all the advantages of new dimension cars IT HAS PROVEN PERFORMANCE WITHOUT 0 I i
plus potent performance matched to economy. RECOURSE TO EXPERIMENTAL !
The '"six offers spirited performance with greater RUNS: 130,000 Lark owners have driven a total of :
THE YIELD Is UpON SAVING AT fuel economy. Why be limited? Choose with The 'O\-er 750 million miles under every conceivable !
Lark! (Important! The Lark: couplet safety with road and weather condition. Result }is:'nolbTrgi"
ower...J,-8 brakes are biggest in field.) to iron out, no "hidden" mechanical faults..no ,
VALDOSTA FEDERAL IT HAS CHOICE OF THREE TERRIFIC problems for new owners. Dealers and service menIRANSMISSIONS

ANNOUNCING- : Automatic, three-speed stick everywhere know The Lark. Studebaker-Packard f
shift, three-speed stick with overdrive. Lark automatic corporate records clearly show that Lark service and i
transmission has a full range of speeds. Lark maintenance costs are one third of the automobile I''

.,.t......r/ three-speed synchromesh is smooth,and,with overindustry average. How can you go wrong on that?
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COMPARE LARK PRICES..TNCLUDIXC THE LOt1TST PRICED
U.S.MADE CONVERTIBLES HARDTOPS AND 4-DOOR V-8 WAGONS



Anticipated dividend rate on insured 1j w Ji .
savings payable December 31, 1959 ,

FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST -,

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MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM _____ $

THURSDAYS. AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON 1 a kee ,


The New .


SDade and drive The LARK at YOUR STUDEBAKER DEALER'S today! .
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SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. ,

Roberts Drug Store

109 S. PATTERSON STREET


I VALDOSTA, GEORGIA Announces the Appointment of

Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course


PIANOSNew !I New Machines $69.50 and up S. Ray LeachREGISTERED


And Used
CALL VALDOSTA CH 4-2304( COLLECT PHARMACIST AS

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BEAUTIFUL NEW SPINET PIANOS Service in 24 Hours Manager of Prescription DepartmentPRESCRIPTIONS

:Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry Finishes
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AS LITTLE AS $4.50 PER WEEK I son, requested the Clerk CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
Proceedings of CountyCommissioners to put
AFTER SMALL DOWN PAYMENT him on record as withdrawing .
Phone HU 3-6121
his name from the letter dated Madison Fla.
Just Received a Shipment of September 28. 1959, to the County ,

CLEAN, RECONDITIONED PRACTICE PIANOS Road Superintendent Mr Cary,
Lamb. This letter instructed Mr
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MADISON, FLORIDA
... staces was he to do Miss Ethel Hopkins has
i November 4, 1959 the work with ALL VISCOSE RUGS returned i
County Road equipment on from a month's.isit Washington, !
The Board of County Commis-
I. MATHIS&YOUMANSCO."Everything sioners of Madison County, Florida, any wise private directed property unless other- At Eagle'sReg D C, with her niece, Miss Elizabeth I
j' i met this day In regular session. by this Board in Hopkins. She also visited Mr and ;
1 in Music Since. 1907" The Chairman, Hon D W Chason, Special or Regular session. airs Jack Hopkins in Jacksonville !j
The
ICI CASTLE PARK, VALDOSTA, GA. PHONE CH 4-2813 called the meeting to order. All the Suwannee Board was River informed 'oy $1.00 79c en route home.Electric. i:
I Regional
members were present. Hon W G ii
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Library that
Rutherford opened the meeting a grant amounting
to $7,094.63 would be given to Reg $1.98.$1.79 i
with a
I prayer. Blankets
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ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Miss McDaniel is a graduate of The Board, having advertised this Board to be spent in con- '
r Quitman High School and Mr for bids on petroleum products, junction with the new library $7.98 $5.79 II'
Mr and Mrs J H McDaniel of Burnett graduated from Greenville the following bids were received program. These .monies are to be Reg Bryan Electric Co.
received from the State
and from
Quitman announce the engagementof High School. and opened: I
their daughter, Mary 'Sue to Mr Burnett is employed at Pure Oil Company: Regular gaso- the cities of Madison and Green- t
ville. The Board I
Arthur Leon Burnett son of Mr i Cooper Chevrolet Company in line $ .227 per gallon; No2 had previouslyset
Monticello, Fla and Miss Mc diesel fuel .146 PurolH up in their budget for 1959-
per gallon
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and Mrs D Y Burnett, of Green- 60 $3,500.00 for the library
Daniel is presently employed; at D Motor oil-bulk .56 per gallon; pro-
ville, Florida. gram. The Board instructed
National Bank in the
the Citizens Gear oil .15 per pound; Chassis
Sue and Leon will be united in Clerk to increase this item to
Quitman. grease .16 per pound ((35 lb. pail); TIMBER WANTED!
marriage on the afternoon of Sunday After a short wedding trip the Diesel motor oil-bulk .56 per gal- 10594.63, so as to include the
December 6th, at three couple will make their home in lon. $7.094.63 that is especially ear-
marked for, this
o'clock, at the First Baptist Churchin Monticello. Sinclair Refining Company Regu- There being no program.further busi- Any pine timber for sale, regard-
Quitman. No invitations are lar gasoline .2136 per gallon; No. 2 less of quantity; selective cutting or
the
lmllltll II lllm\llllll\ ness meeting adjourned.D
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whole tracts. Please call ADEL.
Diesel fuel .1273 gallon Sin-
being sent but. friends and relatives per ; W Chason, Chairman ...
clair GEORGIA, 7161 or 7501, COLLECT,
I are invited. FOX GO-BOY CARTS Super Tanol-bulk .69 per gal- Attest: Dale M Leslie Clerk
len; Gear Oil .14 per pound (120 or writeDELCOOK
Miss McDaniel and Mr Bur I HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
lb pail); Chassis grease .1175 per

nett from graduated Norman in College the same last June class j, umoo i! Il Ili llmlll II IIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIllimmlmmlllllllmllllIIm!i.! mh Diesel pound; motor(120 oil .69 pound per gallon.pail); Are your brakes safe? TIMBER CO.

Standard Oil Company: Regu- P. O. Box 499

lar gasoline -2167 per gallon; No. ADEL GEOHGIA
If not drive in today to I
2 diesel fuel .1337 per gallon; Mol : ,
iloil bulk .90 per gallon; Gear oil I
.1588 per pound; Chassis' grease GARAGE'
A 6000 lOA* TO LEARN THE We don'tvant to .1588 per pound Diesel motor oil- MILLIAMS ;

VALUE OF mOPEY) JS TO iR'l bulk .56 per gallon.
BORROWINGSOME. pester your repairman Orange State Oil Company: Regu-
lar gasoline. 2169 per gallon; No. x ens e- aid trip for 20 farm couples j

but if he's looking 2 diesel fuel .132 per gallon; Prem-
ium motor oil (KM .80 per gallon;
0 ,
l 1 for anything in Gear oil .175 per pound; Chassis
: grease .13 per pound (35 Ib pail);
: Diesel motor oil .70 per gallon.
the of Auto Parts,
way I
I The bids were awarded as follows BIG

have him come toTour :
V
s- Pure Oil Company: Purol H. D.
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::zzT::: motor oilbulk56 per gallon. 4
store. Don't delay- Sinclair Refining Company: Regular "'

gasoline 2136 per gallon. No. BERMUDA ;;" I
\ have him come in today 2 diesel fuel .1273 per gallon; Gear

oil .14 per pound (120 Ib pail). -- )oo ,.
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(2JD3 Standard Oil Company: Diesel : ,
i motor oil .56 per gallon.
Orange State Oil Company: HOLIjAY- !
ii Chassis grease .13 per pound ((35

i lb. pail). s
The Board having advertised forbids
i I on pressure treated creosote
iJ J I lumber, the following bids were '
In
February, 1960, 20 winning )
rr AUTO PARTS, Inc. I received and opened:
" Farmers Mutual Exchange of couples in the Allis-Chalmers '
__ __ -,.-: i.Jt' iJj.ndJ' { racio J! r.ts: ':f Madison, Inc: 4 x 10 x 12' & 16' Fall Purchase Contest will f
vacation
; fM.CHiN SHOP)tRVC(.
rough $16750 per MBM; 2 x 6 x
I _J ic-KNEY: 'MADISON- ,'FiJf.LPh: n .Hlt3.f222t; : $. 12' & 16' rough $152.50 per MBM; in balmy Bermuda and '

LIVE OAK, FLA., PH. FO 2-2329; QUITMAN, GA., PH. 4401 S x 8 x 12' rough $172.50 per M BM visit. fabulous New York City._ '
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x 12' & 16 rough $167.50 per M Contest is easy to enter-

I B M; 2 x 6 x 12' & 16' rough by doing part of your spring ; J 1
Iii6uTYM1TEMI&AT" 152.50 per M B M, 8 x 8 x 12' "
: rough 172.50 per M B M. equipment buying now. x

Brown Wood Preserving Company f ={
4 x 10 x 12' & 16' rough Real
opportunity to win-
SAVE YOUR I4OMEp / 18u.00 per M B M; 2 x 6 x 12' &
entries are limited to Alli Ma-N l
16' rough 155.00 per M B M; 8 x 8 : -V J
\ 12' rough 170.00 per M B M. Chalmers customers whose y = V
All bids were awarded to Farmers I
Mutual Exchange of Madison buying qualifies them between '

Inc.The September 25 and the end of I
p Board had advertised for V. V -: I
the
year.
bids on three junk automobiles to ; ,, 5V 4 f
be sold by the Board. The following -
bids were submitted: BE A WINNER! Plan to I

i Bobby J Brown $55.; George .
join the other
atiV winning couples .
Ragans $50; Tony's Junk Yard $30. ; j
The bid submitted by Bobby J for a week of fun and sun.

\1k/) Brown was accepted.The SEE US FOR THE DETAILS .. ., ,41 / V f'
Board requested that the 7V:
legal counsel for the Board, Hon RIGHT AWAY! ,, -V '
\V T Davis, consult with members '
of: the Madison County Develop- l'
Contest ; (
lulled to federal state and local laws.
merit: Authority and draw up an
t d1r1 advertisement for bids on old
Negro school property located in
s 3>Ic tfl do"Ito'AHit-Chotmtn flan to I
the Southwest section of the City
of Madison. This was done at the finance jrowMmt pvrcnast of form eqvjpmtnf.ALUSCHALMERS.

.;!g3 request of Mr James Stanley and t
__ 1_ -j Mr T F Livingston as members cl

the Madison County Development t V
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A } I Livingston asked the Board to V Ijl IjlJAL
1rpRTJ!+ Ry'p! ;! f)1' I make available $2000.00 for this [$ AND SERVICE

SPRINKLE) ON A (JI? AS flR/"lI. I I needed authority,immediately.$500.00 of The which Board is J

S OTH&! 4fr.OlIrQIJIt.itj. Ki stated that they had no item i in "
the budget to cover this proposed .,> J
TRACTORSSHELL J-:
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1'OME 'YANOV/ expenditure. They stated that they
would make this money available tNC. tl: J
/ provided the legal aspects coul
be worked out and provided that ]
iI9 funds were available.The V : :. PETROLEUM PRODUCTS ,

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A A Christmas Shopping at E-Rfrom Newsboys Don'l Throw That Slick



I t i Eagle's. Please DO NOT park in the

, street and make your newsboy iv'j Tire !
out into the street to make a scJe.Kindly : away

I Jimmy Stroud pull over to the curb.
I Our newsboys have instructionsto

STAY OUT of the streets, and
l W. B. Davis Jr. FURNISHED Apartment for rent Outstanding Citizen we will appreciate your cooperating BRING IT TO THE
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at 902 S. Range St. MRS G 0 with us AND THEM for

REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: PURVIS, HU 3-6408. 10-2t-ch in TennesseeMr THEIR SAFETY. Thank you verymuch.

ACREAGE FARMS WANTED: Some nice, soft, clean North Florida Recapping Company ;'
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL rags. No buttons or woolens. THE
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL and Mrs J B Davis, who
ENTERPRISERECORDER.WANTED .
APPRAISALS recently visited their son Albert Thank You On U. S. 90, opposite Ragans Motor Co.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE : Settled white woman to Davis, at his school, Southwestern

TITLE INSURANCE live in--care of house and 2 University in Memphis, Tennessee Madison, Fla.

112 West Base Street school age children. Pleasant and have the following report to maketo

I MADISON. FLORIDA quiet surroundings. Write Book- the people of Madison County I wish to take this method of and get new tire service out of it

Phone HU 3-6277 keeper, 520 W. Brevard St, Tal- concerning a native of our community thanking each and every one of .

lahassee, Fla. 11-3t-pd who is making an outstand- you who had any part in my com-

Broadus WilloughbyREALTOR LOST ing name for himself in the state fort, convenience, and recovery WE ALSO HAVE RE-CAP TIRES FOR SALE
: 3-year-old male bird dog, of Tennessee.It Madison
during my recent stay in
white with some lemon color on
gives us a pleasure to knowof County Memorial Hospital. Thanksto

Phone Office HU 3-6481 head and ear, name Geep. Last men born and reared in our the doctors and nurses for their They will give you all the Tread Service A New Tire
seen at Madison PTA Carnival.
Residence HU 3-6181, Madison town who achieve success in their medical treatment and care for me
MADISON, FLORIDA Wearing collar with .P K Rowell chosen fields. Such is the case with and even for the little extra kind will, or more, and at much less cost
name thereon. Reward for returnto Stroud
Jimmy
who left Madison
deeds, cheery smiles and "Helios"and
{j' FOR SALE P K ROWELL, Box 213, approximately twenty five years words of encouragement whichI Yours for tire conservation
phones HU 3-6157 and HU 3-6111,
ago and since has settled in
WEST BASE STREET recognized as being over and be-
Madison, Fla. 10-lt-ch Memphis, and has devoted We
Your little ones can skip safelyto his yond their regular line of duty. NORTH FLORIDA RECAPPING eQCONSTRUCTION
for the sake of Christ to the salvation -
school from this house. Lot LOST
: Nika press wire sleeving and moralsin Then also my special thanks to
extends north through the block. tool, similar to 12-in bolt cutter. the human strengthening of all the hospital staff; the new ad- .

$2500 Large, down.spacious, central heat. Only Reward for return to telephone Many of us are race.acquainted with ministrator, the office girls, the

Company. 11-lt-pd his mother, Mrs Ollie Stroud, a technicians, the dietitian, the Grey

FOR SALE: Florida Black Rye $3.50 TAKEN UP: At my place Friday, life-time citizen of Lee, and thoseof Ladies, the custodian, the maids,
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etta, Florida. 9-tf-ch have same by paying costs. D E Jimmy when he attended Thanks for all of your visits,

HOWELL S. Range St., Madison, Madison High School. We count letters, cards, flowers, kind thoughtsand
FOR SALE: Dairy fertilizer oak
two' Fla. 8-3t-ch with pride the effort he made to inquiries, and your prayers.
and pine wood, and fuel
Tires
obtain an education. Riding a My special thanks to the faculty Goodyear $12.95
oil heaters. MACK HADDEN, Caught Lake New: and Remodeling
up at our place on
motorcycle eight miles twice a day of the Pinetta School for their
3-6293 Madison, Fla. 8-4t-ch
HU Rachel
boar
one hog. Owner
from the Stroud home in Lee to patience, understanding, and their
identify and for this ad, M Howerton Co.Mrs 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type
pay
Supply
FOR SALE: Tobacco shade poles PARRISH. Madison makes quite a contrast constant assurance to me that I .

and fence posts. JESSE STAL- 10-3t-pd with today's custom of transporting had nothing to worry about. plus tax and recappable tire. .

VEY, 104 Peach St., HOMER- Exclusive Chain Link Fence Dealer- school children in modern Thanks to the members of my

VILLE, GA., Phone HU 7-2117. ship available full or part time. busses. family and others who kept me W S Cooper entertainedher I .

6-5t-pd Very little capital required. For Today Jimmy's business is God's provided with the little necessities bridge club Thursday with two MESSER
complete information call collect business, and the manner in which which the hospital doesn't provide.In .
FOR SALE: Florida Black Rye tables of players. The club prize I '
Elgin 3-3981, Jacksonville, Fla.102tpd. II he performs his work is most sig- other words, "Thanks to everybody & Tire Co.
and AB110 Oats. High germination. -
nificant. Jimmy Stroud is an evan- for everything." May God was won by Mrs A H Armstrong, Battery
CARL SMITH, Rt. 2, Madi-
I gelist and has founded the Memphis richly bless you all.Sincerely and the visitor's prize by Mrs
son, Fla. 9-lt-pd. NO Hunting, No Fishing, No Tres- Union Mission, an interdenominational James Conway. The hostess served I L

passing on my farm. WALTER organization for the rescue dessert I
FOR SALE: AB 110 Oats. High ALVA GASTON. a course. 4
CONE, Greenville, Fla. 10-6t-pd -
germination. HOWARD HUGHEY, and rehabilitation of alcoholics, --

Rt. 3, Madison, Fla. 10-4t-ch narcotic addicts, and for those who (
,
,.. have lost direction and purposein No low-price field for: me ,
FOR SALE: Allis-Chalmers B Tr.lCtor life. A neatly printed sign out-
NOW IS THE TIME
Setter almost
Tobacco new.
side the downtown Poplar Street "
Priced right. HARRIS McLEOD. Sell TV advertised AVON headquarters reads: "If you haven'ta just $36 '
Route 2 Madison, Fla. ll-lt-p Christmas gifts and cosmetics.We friend in the world, you'll find worebuys

train you. Write AVON, one here." Needless to say, his
FOR SALE: 2 Large Lots, 2 houses, *
Box 3103, Tallahassee, Fla. purpose is well known throughout
1 rented furnished f 2 'good wells, a960Mercuiy
Memphis and the midSouth.The .
opposite church and furniture
houses
Mission Headquarters
factory, \k mile South of Val- .
BARGAIN MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHENwith the offices, a chapel for nightly .
dosta, Ga. on 41 Hwy.
G-E appliances and PRE- services, dining room and spacious
MRS R E VARNER, S Highway
CISIONWAKE CABINETS. Up kitchen, and dormitory for homeless -
41, Phone CH 2-6835, Valdosta, k
to 5 years to pay. Call or write men who desire a warm meal,
Ga. 11-lt-pd
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. IIU a soft bed and a better way of .. '
FOR SALE: 1947 Buick 4-dr sedan 3-6681 Madison. Fla. 7-tf-ch life through Christ. A current work -
_
good running condition, $160 LIVE STOCK AUCTION project sponsored by the Mission, i
cash! only. DUNN FURN. CO.102tch. and which is carried on by the # ia
SELL your cattle and hogs In our
men in the Mission is that of build
auction each Monday. Sales start at
ing, selling and maintaining advertisement -
1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK
f benches. The revenue
QUITMAN YARDS, Monticello, Fla. 3-tf-ch
from these, benches, visible allover o

the Memphis area, helps to

TELEVISION SERVICE SiXjnsor other projects and in a : :.: -. --
GIRARDIN JEWELERSFor \
snail way helps pay the twenty
401 E Stevens St employees of the Mission. Jimmyis

We Repair ery anxious to place several of ,

Record-Plarers-AutomobHe: RadiosA these benches in his old home town
SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL -
Few Choice SelectionsIN with local business men sponsoringthe
USED TV SETS DIAMONDS, JEWELRY ads. <

Work guaranteed satisfaction EXPERT REPAIRING The Youth for Christ Auditoriumin 1

PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE which giant weekly youth rallies 6 a. >. KDA4
OUR WAY OF SAYING MEMBERSNATIONAL are held and the Beale Street Mission -

f "THANK YOU" : for Negroes are among the
Ga. Jl s other departments of the Mission.
Phone 9481 Quitman, = BRIDAL
The most recent development is
4
Charles Rogers
Buddy Tillman SERVICE
called! CAVALRY COLONY, a

BEFORE SELLING your timberor farm of fifty acres just outside

timber land please see me. We 1VALDOSTA GA. Memphis. The Colony is used*for .built Letter .

are also interested in buying a rehabilitation and offers many opportunities .

limited amount of pine-hardwood for farming, building
pulpwood delivered by truck to 303 No. Patterson and stock raising. The newly completed than ever

Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. building houses twenty-five.

See write or callL. men and contains dining room and!
P. GIBSONRt. J. D. ScruggsFORESTER kitchen lounges, prayer room'; infirmary Howdothey

3, Madison Florida with complete dental equip-

Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. ment, and apartments for full-time doit ?

and custodian.The .
FOR SALE: Used gas refrigerator, HU 3-6186 narse
scope of the Mission is as-
S25. Can be seen at MADISON MADISON, FLA.
JEWELERS. HU 3-2540. 10-lt-ch tounding. The City of Memphis and

i the State of Tennessee recognizethe It wasn't easy, but_ iHere's
FOR SALE: New 3-bedroom homeon valuable work of Jimmy Stroud,
BANK
FEDERAL LAND ,
an automobile even better than last year's,
miles south of him
1 acre, eight and many men are referred to -
quality champion, at a much lower price. Mercury for,,
Com-
Madison near Troy Road. from all parts of the nation. Jimmy
Farm Timber Ranch Loans best-built in America todaywith Road
car
plete bath, kitchen sink, electric and his wife, Dorothy, live in a 1960the '
hot water heater and 4-in well, Long Terms Low InterestSEE prominent section of Memphis, and 6 0 Tuned wheels, de luxe interiors, superlative V-8 engines -!
BOBBY SESSIONS and and much, much more. You can't a/ford not to
new car shelter. THE REPRESENTATIVE AT their three sons, Sandy, Tommy
Rt 1, Madison, Fla. THE MADISON COURT HOUSE Mark, all attend Memphis public see this one. We'll prove it.
10-lt-pd EVERY TUESDAY MORNING. schools. Mrs Stroud also carries on *Bo.d on..-fodvr...'s wegd bow lilt price for Mercury Morterey 4docr

FOR RENT:bedroom Furnished, living apartmentwith room, JOHNW.WADSWORTHRegistered varied an active activities.part in the We.Mission the residentsof and its M E HC U RV coaiparobU Y-I powered 4-door sedan model of premium. "Iow-prie.M.V Mda.f.and ]

one
Madison County, can be proud of

couple fuel kitchen oil only.heaters.and Also private MRS for E sale bath F: DICK-,Three for Surveyor men devoted, who their like lives Jimmy to Stroud the work, have of l' COME SEE 01 QUALITY HEADQUARTERS i

of
God and for the strengthening
INSON, :Phone HU 32396.6tfch Phone HU 3-2372 His Kingdom

MADISON. FLORIDA . a aa a. -
HOUSE FOR RENT: 2-bedroom, For grinding and mixing -
December 1st. Kitchen your STORE FRONT HARDEE MOTOR CO.
available -
furnished, fuel oil heater, attic on ;your farm, call WEST Designing and Installation

Venetian blinds. Two blocks END :MILLING COMPANY,
fan.
La-: ,. COLUMBIA GLASS & PAINT CO.
from Post Office. Contact Qaitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 Lake City, Fla. Phone 1227
MOYNE HANCOCK after 5:00 collect corner Base and Hancock Streets Madison Florida

at HUnter 32377.10tfch aa aa a a a ,

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CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES

CHURCH CHURCH 118 N. Orange St. -it's
service Sunday : ss
A preaching every coo'Christmas your
NEED YOUR WATCH REPAIRED
WE WELCOME YOU -
I A preaching Service every Sunday
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. SEE KELLY WATCHMAKERAll
morning1st :Book Study: Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Shopping aEagle's.
Jnd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. Repair Work Guaranteed
and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. Service Meeting: Friday 7:30 p. m. t
Sunday School each 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. Ministry School: Friday 8:30 p. m. GOOD USED WATCHESNew

Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Sunday School every Sunday.1st Bible lecture: Sunday 3:00 p. m. watches and bands fur that .
Prayer Service each
Wednesday 8:00 p. m. and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. Watchtower Study: appreciated gift.

Family Night covered 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. Sunday 4:15 p. m. KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP.

dish supper, Friday Family Night Covered Dish Supper MADISON CIN61I All
before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m. Friday night after second Sunday Jumbo Hamburgers .Oc.

Woman's Society of every month promptly at 7:00 p. m.Woman's Choicest of Steaks and Sea 4 l1 Revival Services FAVOR AGED
Service Society of Christian Ser-
Christian
meets Thursday after vice meets on Monday night after Foods at WHITE TOP Farm Census To 4 YEARS .

1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53,

Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meets south of :Madison. 3-lt-ch Cherry Lake Baptist church, Nov. IN WOODPepsiCola

alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on Begin Soon 16-22, 1959.Evangelist.

Springs Tuesday after Tuesday after the 4th Sunday SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW Rev I R Hobby of
4th Sunday 8:00 p. m
8:00 p. m. M A F Fitzgerald, Ga.
meets 1st Wed- .
Official Board
The Official Board meets each 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music "The big 1959 Country count- Rev J R Collins pastor.
nesday each even numbered month month following the supper on 7:55 News the Agricultural Census gets Everyone is welcome. 10-2t-ch

after Commission prayer service.on Education meets Family Night 8:00 Baptist Hour started Hamrick soon reminds" County Agent Rudy Bottling Co.
8:30 area agricultural
1st Wednesday each odd numbered P. K. ROWELL, S. S. Supt. Gospel Music people "America's
most basic
9:00 Revival Time industry PERRY, FLORIDA
month after prayer service. MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE, Treas.C. 9:30 Gospel Concert I will be weighed and meas- Jumbo Hamburg 30c.
JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. DAVIS PASTORLEE
B. 10:00 News ured and probed to find out how Steaks and Sea NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Choicest of
HARRY M.
THOMAS SURLES, much FLORIDA STATUTESIN
10:05 Sunday Serenade it has grown, and in what
COCHRAN, Asst's. METHODIST CHURCH 10:45 Prelude to direction." Foods at WHITE TOP THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
Worship
Q B. DAVIS, Pastor. Preaching Every Sunday.1st 11:00 Morning Worship Let's take a look at what the DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH and 3rd Sundays 12:00 News census will do. Dr E W Cake of the south of Madison. 3-lt-ch FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.

.GREENVILLE FLA. -- 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. 12:15 Afternoon Melodies Florida Agricultural Extension Ser- In re: Estate ofV L Collins,

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. 12:55 News vice says that, generally speaking, I Deceased.
the census of Agriculture will count TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER-
Sunday School Every 1:00 Afternoon Melodies
Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. On
Beach
Keaton
Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday 10:00 a. m. I 1:30 Afternoon Melodies all ffarms and agricultural opera- SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -

Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Methodist Youth Fellowship 1:40 Serenade In Blue tions carried on in the United States AGAINST SAID ESTATE:

Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M -.-... 6:00 p. m 1:55 News during 1959.It The Gulf You and each of you are hereby
ZEB WILLIAMS, Pastor 2:00 Hour of Decision will collect information on notified and required to present any

HANSON METHODIST CHURCH BOB SEARCY Sunday School Supt. 2:30 Musical Sunday the number and size of farms, claims and demands which you, or

Preaching Services every First 2:55 News acreage and harvest of crops, live- Water front lots priced from I I either of you, may have against
and Third Sunday 11:00 a. m. PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 3:00 Musical Sunday stock production and inventories, the estate ofV L Collins, deceased -
and 7:00 p. m. 355 News selected farm facilities, selected $995. 10% down, balance to late of said County to the

Sunday School every Sunday Preaching every Sunday 4:00 Hit Parade farm expenditures farm values, and suit. Safe, clean bathing beach, County Judge of Madison County,

10:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 4:55 News mortgage debt. This informationis good fishing and hunting, just Florida, at his office In the court

Family Night Saturday before Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. 5:00 Music At Sundown to be published for counties, the spot for Beach Home, ,house of said County at Madison,
Every second Sunday 6:00 p. m. Baptist Training Union 7:00 P. M. 5:30 Headlinec & Weather states and the nation. your Florida within eight calendar
REV. C M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor Evening 5:33 Sign Off Major changes are going on in or week-end Retreat at a price months from the time of the first
Worship 8:00 P. M.
i Prayer Meeting PROGRAMS .SUBJECT TO agriculture as farm people adjustto unequalled any place on the publication of this notice. Each

HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH every CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE economic growth and progress. coast. 20 mi. S.V.. of Perryon claim or demand shall be in writing -
Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. M. The last five years there has beena of
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. !, and shall state the place
W B SEALS, S S Superintendent period of as rapid adjustment as Hwy. S361 (soon to be completed addressof
Morning Worship ._ 11:00 A. M. residence and post office
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M J ARTHUR CRUCE, Training Union ScheduleWMAF during any comparable five-year south via Steinhatchee). the claimant and shall be sworn

Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Director.ERNEST Daily Program period. Only farm by census conducting can we a nationwide ob--i. Come see us, oV write P. 0.'I to by the claimant, his agent or

Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M GURR, Minister I his attorney and anv such claim or
Florida.
301
Box
1230 ON YOUR DIAL tain a true measure of these changesand Perry, .
be'oid.
Brotherhood last Thursdayof demand not so filed shall
each month at _...._ 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO 6:00 A.M. Sign On indicate their nature Hamrick 4-6t-pd [. MARY D COLLINS,
NEW HOME BAPTIST points out. This census will be
CHURCH 6:02 Fla. Farm
Hr. Will
W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. I As executrix of the Last
6:25 World & State News conducted by the Bureau of the
Evelene Kelley Circle and Testament of W L Collins de
Census, U S Department of Com-
3rd Thursday __ 2:30 P. M. Come Worship With Us 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour ceased.

V. L. SINGLETARY, S. S. Supt. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 6:45 Rudy Hamrick, merce, in October and November. COMPLETE LINE First publication October 23rd, 1959
ALBERT KELLEY, B.T.U. Director Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. (Mon. Wed. Fri.) Farms will be visited again in 8-4t-pd

REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN, Pastor Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. 6:55 World News April, 1960, when the 18th Decennial -
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. 7:00 State New Census covering population and FLOOR TILESAND LIVE OAK WINS GAME "

WELCOME TO Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. 7:05 Coffee With Ray housing will be conducted. Live Oak's football team over

MT.' OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 7:45 World News Hamrick explains that the facts came Madison High School here last

Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M. Jack Pickles __.._.. S. S. Supt. 7:50 State News and figures serve as a basis for Friday night 20 to 6, fol'owing a

Morning Worship .._ 11:00 A. M. Sim Andrews B. T. U. Director 7:55 Weather News planning for farmers, ranchers, the CABINET TOPS scoreless first half.

Training Union ..___ 6:30 P. M REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor 8:00 Coffee with Ray U S Department of Agriculture, Fullback Sherrill Skinner scored
Evening Worship __ 7:30 P. M. 9:00 Morning Devotions State Departments of agriculture, Bunt-
Prayer Meeting __ 7:30 P. M. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 9:15 Musical Interlude state agricultural colleges, manufacturers nineteen of theisitors' points.

Church Business Meeting First CHUROH 9:30 .;; Music Unlimited and farm organizations.Facts Howerton Supply Co. ing scored on a 20-yard pass from

Wednesday night of each month. 10:00 :-." News collected during farm enumer- Floyd to save the home boys from

Brotherhood and W. ?L U. Second Preaching Services every Sunday 10:05 ,.. Music Unlimited ations are also used oy economists, -, ... .- a shutout.ALBRITfON I
Thursday night of each month. Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 10:30 T Music Unlimited radio and television broadcasters, -- - --- -

Preaching Services Every Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 11:00 ":7: Music Unlimited publishers of farm journals, newsletters -

Come Worship With Us. Sunday School every Sunday at 11:15 + Public Service and other publications; as
-
REV. DOZIER SAPP, Pastor I I 10:00 A. M. 11:30 Record Session well as the many individuals and I BROS.TRACTOR .

BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. 12:00 World News organizations whose products and
: LEE BAPTIST CHURCHi Prayer Meeting every Wednesday: 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes services support the agricultural CO.
i REV- I. T. CARTER, Pastor of. our
segment economy.
at 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood 12:30 Talk Of The Town rm
Services very Sunday. first About a week before the censusis .FIFTH
Thursday 12:40 STREET
School _____.__ 10:00 a. m. every Uncle Ned scheduled
Sunday to begin a copy of the
month at 7:30 P. M. 12:45 State News TEL. FO 2-2381
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. E'erybodyVelcome.. 12:50 *. questionaire will be mailed to each YOUR MASSEYFERGUSONDEALER
Union .._..._ 7:00 In. Farm News
Training p. rural boxholder. Voluntary assist-
REV. J. R. COLLINS PastoR 12:55
: JVeather
News I
_.__.. 8:00
Evening Worship p. m. ; ance on the part of farmers will LIVE OAK FLA.
1:00 : ,
Hillbilly Hit Parade
Prayer Meeting Wed. .__ 7:30 p. m. "T* enable the government to completethe
1:55
MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST News
.
159 Census of Agriculture
MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST 701 South 2:00 Gospel Time !
1 Range 2:30 "' with maximum accuracy at miniI I h1 . . . . . . '
CHURCH Bible Study __ 10:00) A. M. Public Service rnum cost. To answer the questions, I
PJEV. JACK LAMB PastorS. Lord's Supper and 2:45 Afternoon Melodies

R. Sapp Chairman Board of Edification _..,. -,_ 11:00 A. M. 2:55 "' World & State News you records.wi'l' The need Bureau to keep of a few Census single is : One Great TeamAmoco :

Deacons. Bible Study ____ 7:00 P. M. 3:00 Afternoon Melodies to
urging cacti farm to bring up
Billy Bailey....... BTU Director Preaching 7:30 P. M. 3:45 Public Service date t'D: rocj\l: of his harvest the
White' Gas & Permalube Oil :
Ladies' 4:00 News : Super
Leroy Cruse _._ Associate Director Class Thursdays 4:05 products sold and major farm expenses !

Leroy Cruse ....... S. S. Supt NEW HOPEFUL Request Parade so thr.o! can easily and .
.
4:55Vorld & State News ... .
Miss Merle Bass ._...._ Song Leader MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 5:00 Request Parade accurately fill out his census report .

Mrs Juanita Cruse .......... Pianist Services every lirst and third 5:45 Sports Highlights in October or r.'ovember. Ham- .

Sunday School__.._ 10:00 A. M Sundays at 11 a. m., and 8:00 p. m 6:00 World News rick declares that the record keeping .

Morning Worship ...._U 11:00 A. M. Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 6:15 Twilight Tunes for Census: purposes will also be .
worthwhile in your farm manage- .
Training Union ..... 7:00 P. M. a.m.Training 6:55 News '

Evening Worship ..__ 8:00 P. M. Union every Sunday 7:00p. 7:00 Sign Off ment .

Prayer :Meeting Wed 7:30 P. M. REV.m. W. T. BTCBOPT, Pastor PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO Aluminum screens and frames r + faa7ap/s .
.
CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE l. ftilEllli
Just as I am, without one plea.I E
BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH cost less than wood. liN .
come Regardless of clothes v. sa .
your Welcomes You HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. R
condition. Whether cotton, Home- Services Every Sunday Plagued Day And .

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

church service. Sunday School ..___ 10:00 A. M NightwithBladderDiscomfort Georgia e MEDDERS.-:
11:00 A. M.
MADL ON CHURCH OF GOD Morning Worship _

Sunday School ......__ 10:00 A. M. Choir Practice 6:00 P. M. ? PLATE GLASSficompa
6:30 P. M. o.
Morning Worship _._ 11:00 A. M. Training Union
Evening Worship __ 7:30 P. M. Unwise eating or drinking may be a
Evening Worship __ 7:30 P. M. source of mud but annoying bladder Y
Youth Service Wednesday 8:00 P. M. Prayer Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P. M. irritations-making you feel restless. < aS
tene. and uncomfortable. And if ratio GLASS AMOCO STATIONARM
REV. B. B. BRICKLEY. Pastor SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST nights with nagging backache.
headache or muscular ache and pains GLASS BLOCK *
L. D. S. SERVICE CHURCH due to orer-eiertion. strain or emotional
.
Services Saturday at Mad- upset are adding to your miserydon'twaittry MIRRORS *
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF every Doan's Piils. "
ison American Legion HalL Doan Pills act ways for speedy : MEDDERS Owner :
LATTER DAY SAINTS effecton
relief. 1-They have a soothing ,
Sabbath School begins 2 m.
p. 215 W. Savannah Ave.
bladder irritations. 2-A fast pain-
Sunday School _____._.. 10:00 a. m.
m backache.lie r
Church Service at 3 m. relieving action on nagging U
._.. p. Phone: CHERRY 2-5285. New Greater No-lead AMOCO Gas Batteries Accessories
Sacrament Meeting .... 11:00 a. m. E C WILLIS S S d ehe muscular aches and PUDa.aA ,Tires,
Supt action .
wonderfully mild diuretic Valdosta, Georgia .
Relief Society and Priesthood
time HAROLD YATES, Pastor Tele- thru the kidneys,tending to increase the LUBRICATION WASHING & POLISHING
and piace as announced at Sacra- output of the IS.miles of kidney tubes. ... r .
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Everyone So. get the same happy relief millions .
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ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN large economy sise saves money. Get
Doaa's Pills w.,1DoAN' MOTORS
LEGION HALL FREE-Touch-typing course with PHONE HU 39419 Mi
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