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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: November 20, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
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PUBLISHED IN THE EDUCATIONAL AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF NORTH FLORIDA


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Club \Women Hear A number of Canadian geeese are wintering at the Mac "\ brethren and have taken up with Mac's white domestic ENTERPRISERECORDERSWEET

Howerton ranch north of :Madison. Two of them, one geese. (E-R PHOTO)

Story Of Spode ChinaMrs at right end of photo, have left their brown-feathered I I SIXTEEN PARTY


THANKSGIVING SERVICE Miss Helen Rowell, daughter of
',
I LEE NEWS NOTES Mr and Mrs P K Rowell, celebrated

0 R Hamrlck: and Mrs Burch Union Thanksgiving services will with a Sweet Sixteen Party last
Cornelius presented an interesting i' Saturday
night at theVoman.s
I be held at 10:00 a m next Thurs- aYxG ,
program on Spode China, entitled a +: Club. One hundred forty guests of

History and Tour of Spode, at the day, Thanksgiving Day, at the Mr and Mrs Junior: Lamb and th p High School set enjoyed the

Woman's Club Thanksgiving lunch- Presbyterian Church. The Rev son Ricky of Jacksonville were semi-formal dance. Several out-of-

eon Thursday in the Club House. Paul Touchton will bring the z recent visitors of Mr and Mrs L A town visitors made up the number.

The history of the china was givenby message. I' Lamb. Mr and Mrs Rowell, Sir and MrsD

a film tour shown oy Mrs A C x Sq H Mays Jr and Mr and Mrs
Um.: A complete table setting of the Mr and Mrs H J Brown and MrsJ Adam Weisz assisted thebung
MADISON
beautiful product was on displayby I TO DROPS MONTICELLO HOMECOMINGGAME T Miller were visitors in Jacksonville hostess in entertaining her guests.

courtesy of Crandell's. Thursday. The elaborate decorations suggestive -

Decorations of fruit, berries and Monticello's football team Mr and Mrs A 0 Jackson of of autumn and the Thanksgiving
gave a
autumn foliage spilling from a wrturn to Madison High School's Miami were recent guests of MrsJ season transformed the large
cornucopia, and the delicious turkey B Rains auditorium and lounge into bowerof
homecoming festivities last Friday and Miss Vesta Blanton. a
menu with date cake added the loveliness.
night when they overcame the f. Paul Sevor and Kenneth
necessary Thanksgiving emphasis. S pa A sweetgum tree, ablaze with
home boys 39 to 7 before N +
JVIrs A P Edgerly and Mrs J C probablythe aA z. T + Williams had a wreck on road 90
largest crowd of fans autumn foliage, and urns of dogwood
ever as-
about
Register and committee were in I a mile east of Lee Saturday
sembled on the local football field on the stage made an appro-
charge of hospitalities. Four new The Jefferson county boys were l r a night. Both were hurt, and were priate setting for a huge center

member were Mrs C D Tomlinson, just too much for the locals; they 'It. ,. carried to the Madison Hospital.Mr ccrncopia made of graduated rufflesof
Mrs James Conway, Miss Agnes
i have an extra good team this year and Mrs B F Blanton went brown from which flowed an
Burnett and Mrs lC Wooley.
and they not only won the game over to Live Oak Sunday afternoonfor abundance of fruits, vegetables and

Friday night, but with it won the l M.a a'isit with Mr' and Mrs berries. Similar arrangements of

.North Florida Conference champion ; 4e4ti I Henry Lc:: ?:. Mrs Long is seriously sv\eetfum and berries were used
COTTON FARM ALLOTMENTS hip. at vintage: points about the room
ill
cut showed seine
TO BE SET Madison kicked off to start the signs of and an urn'of red berries
being a little better.
game and Monticello did not turn "I brightened the vestibule. Dried arrangements -
the ball loose until they had reached 'I Mr and Mrs A E Raga.ns and : in brass adorned the

Cotton acreage allotments for pay dirt. Fullback Don Watson and mother, Mrs Julia Ivey, went over mantel and occasional tables in

the 1960 upland: crop are now Halfback Harvey Reams scored two I I to Tallahassee Monday. While there the lounge.

being established for all the eligi- touchdowns each for the winners, they were guests of Mr and Mrs An embroidered Irish linen cloth

ble farms in Madison County, according with Thompson and Hudson getting. I Dorsey Young and family.Mr covered the refreshment table centered
WILL
SANDY AND MARGERY MacDANIEL
'the other two.Quarterback. and Mrs with the lovely birthday cake
to Chas F Sims, County Ellis M Blanton of

Office Manager, Agricultural Stabi- Floyd saved Madi-I NFJC ARTIST SERIES helpless male is doomed to defeat. Miami came for a few days' visit decorated in red and white and
son from shutout with I I encircled with red '
a a 52yardrun OPENS NOVEMBER 23 chrysanthemums -
liazation and Conservation Office. I As a curtain raises to "A Village with Mrs J B Rains and Miss Ves-
and
in the final minute of play. The lettered with Sweet
Notices of the allotments will be North Florida Junior College Wooing," the Players will offer a ta Blantcn. I Sixteen. Crystal candelabra holding
Artist Association will
mailed to farm operators well in MINOR AUTO ACCIDENT its concert season when The Village open I short comedy based on a play by Mr M E Whitty of Jacksonvillecame I white tapers had bouquets of mums

advance of the December 15 -referendum Anton Chekhov. "The Proposal," like Saturday for an overnightvisit tied with red ribbons at the bases.
Players, a professional
on 1960-crop cotton A minor trU-accident seven I l companynow Shaw's play, concerns itself with a with Mr and Mrs J B Whitty The honoree was lovely in a semi-
its sixth
on tour, will
present
marketing quotas. miles south of Madison on S R George Bernard Shaw's one-act wooing, but one of a very dif and other relatives. formal gown ot Happiness red
53 ferent nature. Set on a farm in the transparent taffeta with which she
Monday involved Rambler
a comedy, "A Village Wooing," at Mrs L J Cherry, Mrs MariePark .
driven Midwestern United States. "ThProposal" e wore a wrist corsage of white car-
by Tom Riley O'Steen of
Mrs W M Goza of Clearwaterand The MadisonVoman's Club Monday Miss Ethlene Williams, andMrs
reminds us once again nations tied with ribbons to match
Quitman, and a pickup-truck driven
Mrs S J Henderson Sr of Palm '
November 23 at 8:15 p. m. James Williams
that "the course of true love, etc were among her
gown.
by Russell Williams of Lee.
Harbor spent last week end with ..
In three
I scenes, the first set on those attending the mission
study !
Mr and Mrs Jesse Hughey. Deputy Portersaid the accident board a pleasure ship and the remaining I
happened when the Rambler at- Other programs to be presented of children work in TallahasseeSaturday. CAR ACCIDENT'
two in an English village
by the North Florida Junior College I'
tempted to pass the truck. Damage I store, Shaw has authored an ac
Miss Ella Armstrong left Sat- to the Rambler was estimated at count of a most unusual "wooing." Artist Series Association in Mr and Mrs C J Jones of Atlanta -I A A Trulove, driving his 1958

urday for Greenville, S C to visit $150, and to the truck, $50. No I It has been classed as a comedy of clude: Stecher and Horowitz, Duo- came for a weekend visit Plymouth sedan in Thomasville
there for several weeks. made. pianists on Tuesday 19 about 4 m. Sunday involved
relatives case was I the sexes, written in a relaxed andwarm January ; with Mr and Mrs L A Almond p. was
National Grass Roots Opera in Die in a traffic accident in which his '
vein. This does not mean, and family.
.:' \f: .y..:' for Fledermaus (in English) on Wednesday automobile was about completely
however that the acid-bite
Mr and Mrs
which the playwright is so well February 24; Florida State R Williams and wrecked, but he escaped injury.
In University: Singers, a 70 voice choral son Gary accompanied Mrs Maud The second car involved was a
known, is completely absent.
deed, it might be more accurate to group, on Thursday, April 7. All Newsome and Mrs Alice Driggersto 1952 Dodge driven by Mrs Har-

call it a battle of the sexes-one performances will be held in the Brooksville Sunday. Mrs Dri g- wood, who also escaped injury. The

more incident in the eternal war- Madison Woman's Club beginningat gers had been visiting here for I Dodge received a bent front fender

in which, of course, the hopeless, 8:15 p. m. some time. Mrs Newsome will and other minor damage to the
front. No made.
charges were
visit with
relatives for several

Z GARDEN CLUB BAZAAR weeks before returning home.
Mrs Frank Graham, Mrs J Lit
COUNTKOURT The Methodists observed theLord's Brinson and Mrs J P Tomlinson
}?1 Mrs E M Page, Jr general chair-
..ira I acre-or harvesting day Sun spent Wednesday at Cedar Keys I
man of the Garden Club Bazaar, _
day. They finished the debt on the attending the annual meeting of I
reported $89.64 net from the sale B G Wyche, killing migratory church with a good balances\ Mrs District 3 Episcopal Women. Mrs
of food, and an added $159.85 revenue
birds, $150
or sixty days. Tomlinson is District President.
from the three individual booths Pliney James \VilJiarns'agrancy, Touchton gave a wonderful message -

.i zV where plants utility articles, nuts, $2;) or thirty days. at the morning service, which

candies and cakes were sold. Lester Register, drunkenness, defendant was appreciated: so much. Mr Ben HOSPITAL NEWS\ l
The Dogwood Circle with a net Mainor '
Ft delivered to state hospitaland was guest speaker at the

of $75.85 led in the booth sales. ordered that sentence run concurrently evening service, which was very

with length of time there. good. The church was blessed by Admissions: John Chadick Mrs
Bernard Demons Ethel Drake, Miss Gladys Wil-[
NORFLEET IN HOSPITALNat driving while their services.:
intoxicated lams' Mrs Margaret Gramling Mrs
$100
or
sixty: days Mr and
Mrs
I and driver's license I Prentiss Cherry Annie Sircy, Mrs Mary Agner, W
i revoked for
Norfleet ill last
was stricken spent last week in Jefferson, Ga
three M McCullough, Cecil Bigots, Clifford
months.
Pictured above are two snapshots by Rev Zeb I drug Saturday store at and his job taken in to an Georgia Atlanta Janie Freeman, drunkenness. $23 on business. Ayer, Mrs Cubie Morgan, Her-

I Williams of the recent Lee PTA Carnival. Baptist Hospital I or sixty days. shel Lee, Paul Sever, Kenneth
Mary Ella Williams, Mrs Ruth Payne, Rufus
Savage, drunkenness, SISTER
OF LOCAL
I / ", .,< '.;.;;._.s:. ", : $25 or three months. MAN DIES Bridges, W N Blair, James Stutts,
": >' : : i Baby Girl Morgan, Sidney Jordan
:. Duke Thomas, open profanity
,
t ] -- '.' .' --, Funeral services for Mrs Annie] John Truszhowski.
$25 sixty .
L or days.Glenn
: fl' Childers Blair, 82, long time resident -
i Walker, drunkenness, 25 ischarges: Mrs James Barber,
1
; .. I or thirty days of Brooks County who died Mrs Jean Zipperer, Mrs Ethel Drake,
Friday in Clearwater, Fla. were John Chadick, Vernon Adams, Mrs

J --- held Sunday in Quitman. Burialwas :Mary Agner, Mrs Mozelle Reel,

MINOR ACCIDENT in Pine Grove cemetery near George Hall, Mrs Annie Sircy, Mrs
5h1
p, Madison. Eunice Cone, Mrs Cubie Morgan

1 A minor accident at noon Tuesday The rites were conducted Oy Cljde Walker, Kenneth Williams,

+ on North Range Street, just the Rev Nevel Childers and the Rev Mrs Rosa Albritton, Cecil Ragansand

. north of the traffic light involved Graham Bowen. W'M McCullough.

I a 1959 Chevrolet driven by John Survivors include' daughter Miss BABY MORGAN

e 0 Elam of Monticello, and -a 1956 Nell Blair, Clearwater, two sons, Mr and Mrs Curtis Morgan of

i.I ie Chevrolet driven by Mrs Annie G Hunter Blair, and Olin B1a'of ', Route 3, Jasper, Fla, announce the

I, R f .I Bell Payne of Madison. Police Chi Qaitman, and four brothers, J V birth of a baby girl Nov. 14, weigh-

, Cherry said Mr .E1a n's car was Childers Tampa: Roy Childers, A tbig two Ibs and I1/*' ozs.

I struck by Mrs Payne's car as he [ lama, Jack Childers, Seattle, Wash, COLORED PATIENTS

rte was backing out into the traffic and A ,B Childers Madison Fla. Discharged: Leroy Rob .loa.

, lane. There was Ji' estimated $7' Mrs Blair was a member of thetnion Vivian Groover, Baby Thomas trans

damage to each car. No charges ]Baptist church of Brooks
ferred
GREENVILLE' FOO'rliALL I to Gainesville; Janie Washington -
HIGH TEAM: .
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TILL DEATH DO US PART body took part in the activities be- FOOD SCARCE liberated the next morning."I .
cause there was little else to do," guess we learned to appreciate I! Slight. ChargeA
The following feature story about she said. Food became more scarce as the freedom and a good meal more

the marriage of Mr and Mrs Carroll LOVE STEPS IN war continued. After the first year, than anything else," Mr Dickey
the prisoners were fortunate to I concluded. The didn't hesi-
Dickey appeared in a recent issue couple slight charge is made for
:
of the Peabody Post, Peabody Col- And then love stepped in at the, get any meat in their "stew. Both tate a second when asked how long
ALL
Saturday, November 21 lege paper in Nashville, Tenn., point of a scalpel. Carroll was ad' Mr and Mrs Dickey weighed about they. had been imprisoned-three ENTERTAINMENTNOTICES

i DOUBLE FEATURE where Mr and Mrs Dickey are in milted to the infirmary where Wilma 100 pounds when they were Tiber j years, one month one week and
i SIERRA BARON, in cinemascopeand school for a time. was nursing, and she assistedthe aled. To provide more variety to one day. After their first child (regardless of sponsor)

; DeLuxe color, starring Brian COUPLE MARRY IN doctor who lanced an infected their meager diet, the Dickeys were was born, they attempted to buy .> ALb NOTICES OF MONEY-

Keith, Rita Gam, Mala Powers. A PRISON CAMP boil on Carroll's arm. the first to start a garden. After insurance for him and were refused RAISING PROJECTS
saga of the west, packed with ex- By RICHARD PALMOREIt After their first meeting Carroll gathering tomato and pumpkin because their marriage was (regardless of sponsor)

I' citing action, rugged adventure, was hard for Wilma Park to | was a frequent visitor, complaining seeds and corn, they dried them in not recognized in the U S. Not ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE
tantalizing romance. He terrorizeda believe that marriage could come of "slide" burns received while the sun. Later the seeds were having legal evidence of the ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY

whole town to regain his land. out of such utter confusion, but i playing baseball. The couple soon planted and soon produced tasty marriage they later remarried in KIND .

t ROCCO there she stood, wearing a lovely became engaged. results. Carroll's hometown of Cairo, Ga. (regardless of organization)
JOHNNY
Colleen, starring A white wedding dress as she ex- Since a diamond ring wasn't During the imprisonment Philip- During the ceremony their child, Prices are reasonable. Rising pro-
Stephen McCally, Gray.
between changed vows with Carroll Dickey. available. Carroll fashioned the en- pine guerrilla forces kept the camp Charles, rolled off the davinport and duction costs force us to omit ALL
of love and loyalty
story The ceremony, performed by five gagement ring out of an expertrifleman's informed on local news. Messageswere was introduced as "their" child. The FREE ADVERTISING.THE .
father and son. The picture with a
minister friends, recalled memoriesof badge. A friend gave smuggled into the camp as minister never did quite understandthe ENTERPRISE-RECORDER
heart. Cartoon.SundayMonday
happier days for the many kim: a piece of gold quartz whichhe natives unloaded supplies for the situation.

November 22, 23 prisoners who watched. ground into some semblance ofa Japanese. Slips of paper might be The Dickeys' permanent residenceis

NORTH BY NORTHWEST, in Carroll and Wilma Dickey had diamond shape and mounted it. hidden in a sack of sugar or slipped in Madison Fla. They now have

vistaVision and Technicolor, starring become engaged during the Christ- He later made the wedding rings into a slit banana. three children: Charles, 13, Wilma- Shop Early for Giftsat

Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint. An mas of 1942, a year after they out of centavo coins that he poundedinto When the camp radio stopped rie 11; and Roy 9. While Mrs

entertaining experience in mirth, were interned in the Japanese shape. playing, the Japanese asked Dickey is studying nursing, her The May ShopIN
murder and mayhem. Suspense at concentration camp at Baguio, N. GOWN FROM SAKS "Sparks," a Navy radio technician husband is enrolled at the Auto
its funniest and Hitchcock at his Luzon, in the Philippines. The to fix it. He insisted that he had Diesel College here in Nashville. MADISON, FLORIDAWe

best Cartoon. Japanese had not encouraged Recalling the unusual wedding to tune into American stations in The family now resides in the Gift Wrap--Give S & H Stamps
.. marriages, and permission was delayed ceremony, Mrs Dickey said "It's order to adjust the wave lengths, Veterans' Village, Unit 28.
., Tues-Wed, November 24, 25 for a year before they finally funny how many useless items a and he would listen to station KGEI,

.. DOUBLE FEATURE i consented to the wedding. However person will store when in dangerof San Francisco, and get the latest
BATTLE HYMN, in cinemascopeand the Japanese commander, a losing all one owns. I wore a news reports.
Technicolor, starring Rock Hud- man of culture provided a memor- Saks Fifth Avenue wedding gown
Bombers were now making daily
son, Martha Hjer. The moving able setting with bouquets of orange that evening, and Carroll borroweda
story of Colonel Dean Hess, who blossoms and flowers his men had Navy blue dress coat and white raids on Manila in the latter

learned there are many ways in cut from the surrounding fields and pants. Somebody found some ribbon months of 1944 when an order came MORE FUELs
through to move the prisoners into
\vbich a man can serve God. Guilt gardens.For and another girl brought out a.
and unrest plagued a minister the city. "The only time our morale
a brief moment it was possibleto bride-and-groom figure that had
turned fighter pilot.APPOINTMENT really dipped was the day we saw
forget the war and the fact thatit been the center piece for her
WITH A still might be years before they wedding cake. Not to be outdone, an American plane shot out'of
liberated, if they survived the a Russian chef baked a 3-layer formation by anti-aircraft fire. It
SHADOW, in cinemascope, starring were
was a terrible sight to watch GASOLINE Q KEROSENE TRACTOR FUELs
George Nader, Joanna Moore. Sus- privations of imprisonment. Their cake made from about every ingre-
said Mr Dickey.U .
pense with a different beat-terror love would provide a strong bondto dient he could scrape together. Such DIESEL FUEL FOR HOME AND TRACTOR USE
\vith, a different twist. He was endure the hardships of the things as rice flour, cassava (simi- S TANKS BRING FREEDOMOn
marked for death unless he could months to come. lar to potato), bananas instead of the evening of Feb 3, the Jap-
shake his shadow.The. police trap Had the war not come, Wilma eggs and brown sugar were used." anese camp interpreter came to tell We are equipped to give you Quick Service. L H THUR-
enrolled fora The Dickeys said it turned out to the prisoners that "the Japanesewere
that backfired. Cartoon. Park Dickey, presently MAN and OTIS BROWN are standing by for service
year of study in Public Health be quite good.HONEYMOON. sorry but they would haveto your
Thursday-Friday, November 26, 27 Nursing at Peabody College, might PICNIC leave us to the mercy of the
THE HORSE SOLDIERS, in DeLuxe have continued her plans of medical The so-called honeymoon was a Americans." They were retreatingto

color, starring John Wayne, missionary work in China. The picnic lunch outside the concentration the hills where they would set

William Holden, Constance Towers. daughter of missionary parents, and camp for a day. Even this up a defense line. By the grape-
The U S Cavalry in action. Their born in Thailand, Wilma had in small treat was a calculated favor. vine the prisoners had learned of

mission was a secret that could tended to go to Chinese language The Japanese had played up the the coming invasion, and 'one of

win the war. Their conflict a rage school in Peking, China, but the wedding for propaganda reasons, but the America missionaries who spoke
that could lose it. The most daring school was moved to Baguio when the "honeymoon" would soon be Japanese said, "You better go now." J.B.

exploit of the civil war be- Peking was threatened by Japanese over. Two weeks later, two men Outside, the ground rumbled.The CtiPJ L 1 ALLISCHALMERTRACTORS
comes the most brilliant epic of the occupation.. There she started her escaped from the camp and the interpreter left but returnedin
.
vest Cartoon. studies of mandarin, the main dialect thoughtful commander who had a few minutes with a look of

of Chinese, in September, furnished the flowers for the garden dismay on his face.

; -- :=.. -- "- 1941. On Dec 8, Pearl Harbor was wedding was immediately relieved "I can't go now," he said quietly. SHELL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
bombed. Baguio was soon de- of duty. "There is tank out the gate."

'56 Pontiac 4-door station clared an open city, and the mili- Mr Dickey recalled that two for- While he had been apologizingfor

tary troops moved out, leaving a mer missionary prisoners went to the Japanese retreat, U S tanks
large civilian population who Japan to testify at the war trials on had been landed and pushed throughthe

wagon 1 owner awaited the arrival of Japanese behalf of this same commander who city before many Japanese

troons.- had treated them so well. troops escaped. The prisoners were
"'lA05 NO CHANCE TO GET OUT -

I I Some people who had come to

Bguio to play golf for the day
HARDEE MOTOR CO. never had a chance t o return home.

The Japanese moved into the town

the evening of Dec 27 and quickly
2.'t::' ':;; =-.Jt- __":__ K herded the 375 civilians into the

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 3rd American school. Children were

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLomDA, separated from their mothers, and ,NN I

IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY.IN husbands were separated from their 0 10-PC. BEDROOM GROUP
x.
CHANCERY. wives. This was only the beginningof

Genevieve Suma Ford, Plaintiffvs. many devious methods used by -, DRESSER & MIRROR
the Japanese to break the spirit
BOOKCASE BED
and morale of the prisoners. : -.
William Thurman Ford, Defendant. CHESTINNERSPRING ,
Meanwhile, the man who was
DIVORCETO t, c MATTRESS
William Thurman Ford Box later destined to become Wilma's i 95 CD
: P' : 169 It BOX SPRING
husband, was prowling the streetsas
642 Blowing Rock, North Carolina. t ) 2 PILLOWS
I a lookout for the remaining
You are hereby notified that a r f 2 VANITY LAMPS
Bill of Divorce native forces. Troop movementswere rt
Complaint for has 11 1 BEDSPREAD

been filed against you, and you are reported via a hidden tele-
required to serve a copy of your I phone in the hills. Carroll went N M. t I
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of undetected until Dec 29, looking the
Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney part of a Spaniard with his dusky I

Ernest M Page Jr whose addross complexion, but he was finally discovered \ s .
.
and taken prisoner. Before t Y
is Madison.Florida, and file the
the war, Carroll had sen..edwith
originai answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit the TJ S Army in the Philippines I
Court in and for Madison County from 1938 to 1941, and had : LL'

Florida on or before the 30th day of been discharged there, taking a
November A. D. 1959. If you. fail job as a shift boss at a gold mine. x t
"The climate was very similar to -, a ?"rr
,to do so Decree Pro Confesso will
ours in the States, and I really likedit
;be entered against you for the relief i Sw
demanded in the Bill of Complaint. there. I met some American '.
{, The Enterprise-Recorder is here- miners who made me a good job 4 d )

by designated as the newspaper in offer, so I stayed," Mr Dickey

which said order shall be publishedonce said. "The gold mines weren't very .,
a week for four consecuth'eJVeeks. important to the Japanese, out ,t o: IIIJ ; .3J.{
the guerrilla forces later sabotagedthe '
copper mines. Actually, the
I' "Witness my hand and official
seal this 28th day of October, A. D. Japanese were more interested in
the modern machinery, and had it

1959.DALE shipped back to Japan," he added. : y6
Circuit
M. LESLIE, Clerk k
In June, 1942, the group was
Court. I moved to Camp Holmes, 8 miles
(SEAL)
94tchAVEAteNEW from Baguio. The prison popula-
tion was mostly educated personsof

many professionsanthropologists

biologists, missionaries, doctors
and many others.
"The general educational back-

v ground of the prisoners was one
G Q big factor in our staying healthy & '

mentally alert throughout the imprisonment -
:
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She .
said Mrs Dickey.
described how the prisoners had .

CRYSTAL CLEAR o" organized their compound into a

CUT,TACK.SEW or SEAL 'Z64S community with an elected mayor; FURNITURE .
HUNDREDS OF USES each man and woman had a taskto
INDOORS A OUTDOORS ... t
do. tt
"After the Japanese decided we

:Q1 weren't dangerous, they allowedus t
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S1 to have Saturday night pro- 1
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grams. We heard speeches from i j I

men in different professions, had 1
Howerton Supply Co. entertainment, gave the IMessiah'' !
,and performed the play "Our Town"from 128 N. Patterson Valdosta, Ga CH 2-1515

S. Duval St Madison, Fla. memory. Of course every I
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Calvin Gibson and Mrs Nora Timmons and Jesse Aikins,
U. S. 90 EAST, MADISON Bass. The groom's age is given at colored, were hospitalized locally PHONE HU 3-6262 for Prescription Pickup
I 85 and the bride's at 78. Beth havea from injuries received in a truck
host of friends in the county. accident at 10 a. m. Wednesday, TALKS ON CAPECANAVERAL And Delivery Service
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driver of the truck, escaped injury.
I I' Sheriff Moore said King was Bob Lay gave an interesting ad-
CAREFUL ON THE"FIRING" dress at the Lions' Club meeting
making a left turn into a side
Tuesday on the big missile center
road when the brakes failed and
and operations at Cape CanaveralHe
the car overturned.The .
was one of those visiting the
ton and a half 1959 Ford
LINE! center recently, and reported it
truck, damaged to the extent of
Durward very instructive. He said that experiments -
$400, belonged to Geo.
there that might seema
f' I Smith. failure to the layman, often gave
The injured men were passengersin
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desired, and these he termed
"successful failures." He reporteda
BABY DIES INQUEST great time at the cape. --
BEING HELD Ferd Naughton reported on attendance -' Gifts For Children Gifts For Men
last Saturday night at
Mary Maggie Scott, nine monthsold the Governor's Conference in Tal- Romper Room Toys
colored baby of Greenvilledied lahassee. The next state conventionis Complete Baby Dept. Wallets
Monday, and a coroner's jury to be held in Miami, and he saida
was empaneled by Justice Leg- big program was planned. Shaving Sets
gett to inquire into the cause of Perfect attendance pins for the Gifts For Women
the child's death. The child's mother, past!; year were awarded to a Movie Cameras & Projectors
Maggie Scott, was reported to have number of the members. Tussey CosmeticsDorothy
left the home south of Greenville Gray Cosmetics Polaroid Cameras
to take the baby to the Doctor in I Coty Cosmetics
Monticello, but that she did not I CHERRY LAKE SCHOOLA Kodak Cameras ,
go to the Doctor. Costume Jewelry

Mr and Mrs Henry Ragans will at dental Cherry survey Lake was School.held Friday Shop For All The Family At

have as guests for the Thanksgiving Mrs :Mary :McLeod nutritional
holidays their sons, Philip Ra consultant, conducted a program on
gans of FSU and Mr and Mrs health habits.

i| You'RE ASKING FOR 1ROU6LE WHEN YOB : Bob.Jy: Ragans and baby of Orlando. Mrs Bertha Pinson of Madison SMITH DRUGSTOREMADISON
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HERALDS Dressed in their formal gowns,
the Queen and attendants presented -
a lovely picture. The Queen
FLORIDA&e centering carried a bouquet of red roses, and
Queen, her attendants carried nosegays of
antici- white carnations.
football Festivities started with a Snake
Dance and bonfire, Thursday night,
', ( parade and terminated with a dance in the .
Too bad cafetorium sponsored by the Senior HAK
39- class following the game.
ardor of Homecoming activities were under
the direction of the Student Council -
Hi John Mercer, president; Gayle

history of the of Jones Cherry, Coordinator sponsor. and Mrs Lucille VEGETOLSHORTEN

Judges of the floats were: Mayor
the Pep Folsom, Orvis Day, Opal Argen- .
the school bright, Arlene Norris, Curry Merchant -'
Car, Jr, James Stanley and Wayne
,Weger.
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being Courteous ServiceOutstanding

Look who's by Values JCA
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KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP
Are two heads better than one? took MADISON
for. deciding on a savings audi- 0
and.wife talk it over The SETZER'S OR FYNE-
each and football I .
.pay4ay open a THE 1959 CHRISTMAS SEAL RICH FLAVORED! FU]
help, too. with interest were Jo
: escorted The blessedness of giving is the
; Helen Sue pictorial theme as well as the INSTCOF
BANK OF by spirit of this year's ChristmasSeal
: 10th campaign. On cneSeal, a
:MEMBER OF FEDERAL
little girl in a red snowsuit and
<< Williams
grade, es, green mittens scatters crumbs for
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GREENVILLE, corted by Charles Wells. the birds. On the other, a small
boy in a green jacket and a red
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hat holds out a nut to a squirreL
\. Both Seals carry the familiar red GIANT
double-barred cross, symbol of the
In The Family Fraternity; dedicated work of TB associations 60Z
all over the country. M.aWITH.
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These Symbols. 'The open-handed children on
$5 00
the 1959 Christmas Seals are rightin
Y the spirit of Christmas," said FOOD ORDER
1 Mrs Julian Gibson, Christmas Seal
'_ -2 BOYS:
FOR MEN AND
._ Chairman of the Madison CountyTB
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i Association. "It is our hope
that this holiday season will arousein PEACHESPICKLH
.. e others, too, the same warm,
4 'FOR WOMEN AM CJRLS generous response to a great need.
:
"Funds contributed for Christ-
mas Seals," Mrs Gibson continued"
Represent the sum total of seven decaJes of are used" to find those who don't

.- fellowship,aid to the stricken,relief to the destitute know they are ill with tuberculosis,
t 1p1 to protect others from infection, MINCE
r consolation to the bereaved, companionship to help TB sufferers get well and
return to a normal life, to support
_. ___ for the aged, education and guidance for research into better ways of coping
with this dreadful disease." STUFFED
youth, and safe, sound,legal reserve tile insurance The 1959 Christmas Seal was designed -

All this and more by a young Southern artist,
for members.
protection -
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A "F I: a mil : add up to "The Family Fraternity," that is Katherine her LaBruce education Rowe.and art She train received GREEN Gl/

Y Society. ing in Charleston, South Carolina,
Woodmen of the World Life Insurance
and Richmond, Virginia. After a
period in New York and work for ORANGEBARTLETT
II-i.-re; S f p1ECT/0ti "T/it Family Froltrnify". greeting card companies, Mrs Rowe
returned to Virginia where she
f.. A WOODMEN & WORLD. lives with her husband and three
children and does free-lance work,

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"This year," Mrs Gibson said,
go
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L'hanks contributions so that more
money can be put into urgently
needed medical research. Not only POSWEET
< ZAN, Field Rep. must we continue the activitiesthat SWEET
THE TRADITIONAL BIRD FOR THE Selman Sundries Range Street Madison, Fla. have already resulted in so
HU 3-6389 much progress in the war against .
Business Phone: HU 3-3505 Home Phone:
FEAST OF THANKSGIVING IS A SYMBOL tuberculosis, but we must increasethe (
intensity of tljis fight.
REPRESENTING THE SUM TOTAL OF

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PAGE SIX FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 9OfTi. 19,19
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THE'VEATHER When buying
SEE OUR LATEST ,. your I
Week ending November 17th, 1959
Max blip Rf. E-R from Newsboys .
Wednesday _.. 70 48 .00 1 I
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i II I Thursday -75 53 .00
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i Friday 79 55 .00
Saturday 79 60 .00 i Please DO NOT park in the
OM C Sunday 78 57 .00 street and make your newsboy na
Monday 67 58 .00 out into the street to make a saJe.
Tuesday 67 57 T Kindly pull over to the curb.
B Our newsboys have instructionsto
TOTAL T STAY OUT of the streets, and
No. rainfall! week ending Nov we will appreciate your co-cperat- LLc
LADIES' COATS CHILDREN'SCHILDREN'S 14th at any of the forestry towers. ing with us AND THEM for
Sun rises Nov 20th 7:05 am, sets THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very 1,
5:34: pm.Moon much.
$6.98 $4.59 I rises Nov 20th 10:05 pm.
Moon in constellation of Cancer
Nov 20th. I M smKOMf
e UNDERWEAR 0 SHOES FOR THE FAMILY, High tide Nov 20th at St Marks J
light 5:03 am. a>
LADIES' PAJAMAS FLANNEL OR KNIT
Goodyear Tires $12.95 W
Rev H R Gladney of West Virginia -
MEN'S FLANNEL AND SWEAT'SHIRTSMany
a former pastor of the Madi-
,
other needed items at son Presbyterian church is spending 670 x 15, All-Weather tube-type, Turkey Dinner $1.00with
several days here with Mr and
Mrs Theodore Gibson and other plus tax and recappable tire.
S. H. HADDEN & COMPANY i friends. all the trimmings

MESSER Special dessert homemade pie.
MADISON, FLORIDA '
55 Chevrolet 4-door

Battery & Tire Co.
Madison RestaurantFhone
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HU 3-2246 Madison, Fla.LI.D'N' .
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Gift Wrap-Give S & H Stamps

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PARSONAGE SELLS FOR $300 CHERRY LAKE NEWS

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The Methodist parsonage build-
ing has been sold to Til Williamson Mr E B Williams fell early Sat-
for $300. The Rev and Mrs urday morning at his home and -- I
Paul Touchton plan to vacate the fractured his left hip. He is a 120 S. Monroe St.
parsonage Monday and move to patient at Archbold hospital.
the Vann house across from Fellowship Bruce Williams of Miami spent Tallahassee FlaALLWOOL
Hall. several days with his father at the ,
hospital: :: and visited his mother at

Mr and Mrs Virgil Henry Sr. home. .
will leave Friday morning to attend Lord's Acre Day will be observedat fl.
the wedding of their son, S-Sgt the Methodist church Sunday. (
Virgil Henry Jr. They will be accompanied REVIVALThe
by their daughter Mrs Revival at the Baptist church
"Winford Dixon and two daughters, continues through Sunday. Services I II
Saundra and Brenda. have been well attended. Rev I R
Hobby is bringing the inspiring

'54 Chevrolet pickup messages.
Monday night a boys' trio com-
posed of Dan Thigpen Mike Bland,
new paint good condition and Richard Milner sang Kneel at
the Cross accompanied by Connie
Shaw at the piano. I
$495 Tuesday night the Juniors sang, %1\\ _.K
directed by Mrs Weaver.
J HARDEE MOTOR CO. WMU in charge Wednesday
night and Brotherhood Thursday
night's music.

Every$1 : Mr and Mrs John Hershbergerof I I

you give cp. : Camden S C, came last week
for this .'. for a visit with their soninlawarid
1 l Maultsby.daughter Mr and Mrs John g v 1

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Does GETS WRIST WATCH

this! ," Steve Stout was awarded the SUITS $10.00 COATS $8.90 ]

beautiful Bulova wrist watch Saturday -
night at Wayne W Weger Junior Sizes 7 to 15 Values To $19.95-
Jewelers. Young Stout is the son -
of Mr and Mrs Charles Stout. Sizes 8 to 18
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INTERESTING- FACTS ABOUT FLORIDA e' ALL-NYLON i

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: State Song_...}fSwanee V9. 1 PANTIES 50c
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1 '1 \'\ Reg $1.00 pair; Sizes 5, 6, 7,

(OLD FOLKS AT HOME) \ 9, 10. White only
BY Jj I J JI

STEPHEN FOSTER b d \ ,

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Designated by House Concurrent Resolution No. 29, I CHILDREN'S NEW FALL
NEW FALL
Pants
Legislature 1905 I Training I
NEW FALL Dresses one-third Dresses, one-third j
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Way down de Swanee Ribber; 0 3 pairs $1.00
upon
COATS $25.00 off regular price !
Far, far away.Dere's off regular price 0. :
who heart is turningDere's t3bir
my ; Reg. 69c Value-LImIt 3 pairs,
wha de old folks stay. -. Fabulous Values fabrics Cottons, silks, wool and orlon Specially selected group. New i i

All up and down de whole creation Usually found in Coats to $50 combinations! styles, new fabrics I please -
Sadly 1 roam, i
Still longing for de old plantation, J
And for de old folks at hom. Entire Stock of Misses' Women's and Children's Wear Reduced 20 70SWEATERS i

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All de world sad and dreary,
am COATS $ SUITS DRESSES SKIRTS BLOUSES 0 I
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Eb-rywhere roam;
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Oh, darkeys, how my heart grows Weary,
Far from de old folks at ho'me


LINDENJS
STATE SONG

,The beloved folk melody Swanee River or Old Folks At Hdffie, -.4
.was written by Stephen Foster, and it is generally accepted that\
:Foster chose the name without having seen the river. However,
old residents say that he was a visitor in EUaville and Columbus, :
:'an old town in Suwannee County in the 1850's,a year before the 120 S. Monroe Tallahassee, Florida
ong was published. On October 4, 1950, Florida... -dedicated i *
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PLAYS N O FAVORITES


p pI I I You may have heard that TB gets

MADISON its stranglehold mostly among the You saw it in Newsweek .
underprivileged. But case records AT
DRIVEINTHEATREOpen show TB can strike anyone, anywhere owwe'vegof it. the .
every night Children under 12 That's because everyone with
I (in cars) always free. undiscovered TB is a potential sensational Half-Scale
source of infection.
BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 P. M.
The man ot the next desk, the 1910 _
SHOW STARTS 7:00 woman next in line at the super-

i PROGRAM market check-out counter, the teen- T

Friday-Saturday, November 20, 21 ager holding on to the adjacent MODEL s AllE1lt Llt11 4!
, CANYON RIVER (color) Joel Mc- strap in the bus-these may be INt.
Crea. harboring the deadly TB bacillus. Replica
r. Any of them may have active TB,
RAINS OF RANCHIPUR (color) unaware that he is spreading the 7 HILL FCTROUCUM
Lana Turner, Richard Burton. Plus disease.
Cartoon. Christmas Seal funds are usedto scrWheelbase

protect and from this
you yours
Sunday Monday, November 22, 23
everpresent danger of tuberculosis.Your .
THE BLUE DENIM Marsha 3 HPIngtne
Christmas Seal money helpsto a
Hunt, Carol Lynley. Plus Cartoon. aw wb
inform people about TB itself This 1910 Model T
will
Tues-Wed-Thurs., Nov. 24, 25, 26 and about the need to have tuber- Replica
DOUBLE FEATURE"GO culin tests and chest X-rays. Christ-

JOHNNY GO", Allan Freed. mas Seals help to get active cases
into TB hospitals-and out of them
{ FIRST TRAVELING SALES- again, cured. Christmas Seals are youngsters to 80 old.
LADY (color) Joan Davis. Plus behind the search for better drugs, up years
Cartoon. for methods of prevention.

You' have received a letter con- ,. ,

for Giftsat taining Christmas Seals from your l' Stop by DAVIS SERVICE STATION
Shop Early Madison County TB Association.Send .
in your Christmas Seal con-

The May ShopIN tribution today, and use those
Seals on every piece of Christmas
MADISON, FLORIDAWe mail you send out, as a reminder learn the full details of how
others themselvesand LIKE A REAL CARl! you
GiftVrapGi'e S & H Stamps, to to protect RUNS AND HANDLES
*
automatically, you and yours TWi holf-soot. Mod. 1 !. It. delight of kM and grownwfcwtwr
--against tuberculosis. It I. tho_. Sofe-ftMfKi-totbflr built, It will .*.m heM two odwh. Sf..! *....
CARD OF THANKSThe I fib rGku body. M. Sonlcnl brakM. Forward MUrol "
eM rugged MOulded this Model I T free f
Screens built to order rtvtr*. led spoked w......*. brow colored lodtomp. Normal pttd .p to 10 ..
family of the late Charlie .tc
mph. Not dttlancd for highway VM. but oltnty of fun Oft payee ortoi.
Williams who passed into the

Great Beyond on Oct. 9th, extend Howerton Supply Co.
sincere gratitude to their many --

relatives, friends and neighbors for 'Too Late To Classify"FOR
their kind deeds, untiring service, BIRTHDAY PARTY Get Set Visit Our
words of consolation and devout
Mrs Charles Stout was hostess at house trailersin
1 Your flowers SALE: Six used
prayers.brought rays of sunshine lovely into our a lovely children's party Wednes- For Holidays good condition, some like new.
eSHAMPOOS
home. day afternoon at the Madison Hotel Small down payment and move
grief-stricken I Dining Room honoring her daught in. ROGERS TRAILEII SALES, A JD
Rev E J Evans who delivered the
main Eulogy, Rev Thomas B Desue, fifth Sherry who celebrated her .. U S 90 East, Phone IIU 35555.: L 8/GGER HU32395"t"
birthday anniversary. f'
Rev H Hampton of Allen Chapel 6. } 11-tf-ch
Fifteen
young guests were present -
and entire staffof '
AME church the
at the party. Winning prizes for I :' FOR RENT: Downstairs apartmentto
James Funeral Home, extenda
we '
I 1\' bath
pinning the tail on the dog and permanent couple, private
special word of thanks. May rutting clothes pins in a bottle and private entrance. MRS M L

our Heavenly Father bestow blessings were Lamar Roy and Stuart Bevis. ; : : .' WALKER, 115, W Dade Street.
upon each of you. Favors were singing toy tops and :: Phone HU 3-6243. 12-tf-ch
Bertha Williams, wife; Jesse balloons. :: : ; .; .
Williams, son; Beulah Brown, t: WANTED TO::: HIREVe have
The lovely white and pink birth- and
Shop Use
Early Our
Frances Maddox, Margaret Durden, day cake was topped with five ; openings for two men in our -
daughters and family.Mr white candles. Cake, ice cream and Sales Department which pay top
vacations,
punch were served. remunerations, paid
and Mrs Kirby Reichmann, Assisting Mrs Stout in entertain- :' and ideal working conditions for Western Auto Associate
the right men. Sales experience
Mrs Fred Mickler and Mrs E P. ing were her son Steve and Misses

Sanders Jr were called to Atlanta II I SusanVcger, and Charlotte Mick- SETS helpful but not necessary. J. J. SALE, JR., Owner
Apply JOSEPH BEVAN, HAR-
Saturday night by the sudden ill- k-r and Mrs C II Watson.
1Q8-110 E. Pinckney St.
122tchNO Phone
LATEST HAIR STYLINGVertle's DEE MOTOR CO.
received attractive
Sherry
ness of Nat Norfleet. Mr Reich- many
mann and Mrs Sanders returned gifts. T C Merchant Jr took pic- I HUNTING on my place. Madison, Florida

home Monday and Mrs Mickler and I tures of the happy group. Beauty Salon I HENRY MESSER. 122tchI I

bits Reichmann remained there to. --
be with Mr and Mrs Norfleet and OLD MAN RODGERS BACK PHONE HU 3-6230 FURNISHED Apartment for rent Man\ Drowns In
chidren. Mr Norfleet is in Georgia MADISON, FLORIDA at 902 S. Range St. MRS G 0 G-E
Faptist hospital. Mr G C Rodgers, affectionately PURVIS, HU 3-6408. 10-2t-ch

.known as "old man" Rodgers by his SCOUT DRIVE ON! Georgia PondWillie

large number of friends, has returned The Boy Scouts finances campaign LAND DEALSK
G-E Appliances from 10 months in Lakeland .
began Wednesday morning B
Aikens, colored, aged
D Hitchcock to Madison Stock
and is house trailersat
now peddling with' breakfast for workers at the about 35, of I
a Cherry Lake, was
Sees
Farms, Inc, certain lands in
Co. his old stand east of Madison.Mr .
Howerton drowned
Supply Tuesday in a pond theJ
Club 7:30.
Womans at 23 and 33, Tp 2 N, R 9 E. on
When a worker calls on you this Beatrice Aikins Thomas to 0 McDonald farm in Brooks
and Mrs Lee King of Vienna, County, Georgia, just north of the Mr and
week and next, invest in the youthof Arthur Ambrose, 110 acres in Tp
Christmas MailingsPostmaster Ga, and Mr and Mrs R F Sirmon 2NR9E. Florida line. adding a
Madison and this
and: Johnny of Mobile, Ala., have area.
son Broadus Willoughby to A C Davis Aikens and Dennis Tice, colored, bath to their
Blalock urges postal recently returned from a vacation and wife, 100 ft Jc 168.56 ft in were fishing in the pond when Tice
patrons to make their mailings in hip to the Great Smoky Mountains Mrs Hyem Kramer was one of Original Lot 12, Milltown S7D. Sec got out into deep water and went '
accordance with the following schedule Their week's visit included many the hostesses at the annual Hadas- 27Tp1NH9E. down. Aikens went to his rescue 56

to assure delivery by Christ- interesting sights along the way; wh donor dinner Sunday in Val- A C Davis and wife to Broadus and was unable to swim out.
mas: among them Mammoth Caves near Officers from Madison were called
has
dosta. Hadassah organization \\iiloughby, 50 ft x 168.56 ft in
For OVERSEA Destinations Bowling Green Ky. and the Grand cheated mother-child clinics, welfare Original: Lot 12, Milltown S/D. anJ with others from nearby Cherry
Mail at once. Ole Opry in Nashville Tenn. stations and medical centers in Broadus Willoughby to Eddie Lake applied resuscitation with

For ALASKA & HAWAII Not -, Isreal and contributes to the many James Haynes and wife, 100 ft x no avail. The body was turned
later than November 30. causes there. 1H8.56 ft in Original Lots 12 and I ever to Brooks .County Officers.

For other DISTANT STATES- SherwinWilliamsPaints 13, Milltown SD.ROTARY. .
Before December 10. '
55 Chevrolet pickup
For LOCAL DELIVERY-By
December 20. { CLUB

Parcels may be marked "Do recond. engine $695
The at the Rotary Club 6
Not Open Until Christmas. Electric Co. program Tbab9t
A letter may be enclosed in a Bryan Wednesday was presented by Mrs
CO.
HARDEE MOTOR
parcel when parcel is endorsed to Walter Stembridge of Valdosta a9TLlIl
that effect and proper postage is who sang several beautiful selec-
i tions. She was accompanied by Mrs
paid.Christmas Cards may be mailed Vernon Ragans. TO R&I0lCfAND Df
for 3c if unsealed and containingno Guests included Mrs E M PageJr
writing other than signature. Kermit Horne and four high

However, use 4c stamp on cardsif school seniors Scottie Wooley, Eddie WE HAVE PLENTY FRESH ORANGES,
you wish to enclose a written Musser, John Hutchinson and Billy
message, or if you wish the as- Notice To FarmersWe Hart. Eugene C Badger of Palatka GRAPEFRUIT, TANGERINES, NUTS and

surance that the card, if necessary, was a visiting Rotarian.
will be forwarded or returned.
Patrons are urged to: buy Yellow Ear Corn the JAYNE M WASHINGTON Try some of our G a. Red
1. Make separate bundles of Funeral services for Jayne M
around
LOCAL AND OUT OF TOWN mail. year Washington, who died at Madison
Just a Little Better By The Lb.
2. Make large mailings as earlyin County Memorial Hospital, Friday,
the day as possible. DO NOTWAn' Price Now Is Nov 13, 1959, were held Sunday at Onion Sets-Cabbage Plants-
5 O'CLOCK.
UNTIL
the New Jerusalem church, Bishop J
3. Use ZONE NUMBERS, when $1.10 bushelpicker
per C Castleberry officiating. Interment
known, on addresses to the larger See us for your: FEEDS-
followed in Oak Ridge cemetery.
cities.
picked T5lman-James Funeral Home in VEGETABLES AND OTHER :

+ '49 Ford pickup $195 charge.
I Survivors include her husband, "
J. A. MITCHELL George Washington, of Madison; two

HARDEE MOTOR CO. "1 sisters and three brothers.

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-E' we GiveTHaNKS Pecans WantedAll : it's 11'$10; man !

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varieties in any quantity. Top ROOT
r cash prices. 1r'or$t. BEER"th at IS


: e ( Let us be thankful. for the freedom to worship in the Walter\ B. CunninghamLocated

at Taxi Stand across from Mr and Mrs Bob Lay and children flower girl, and Bobbie Lay th;
church of our choice. for happy. faces around the fainily's Bus Station and Post Office are spending the week end ring bearer.
Phone 9551, Quitman, Ga. at Blackshear, Ga, with Mrs Lay's -x-
i table and for the plenty that graces it parents, Mr and Mrs Dennis Harrison Dr and Mrs Frederick Micklerof
Thanksgiving and while there attended the: Jasper left Wednesday for At-
4-H MEETINGThe wedding of Mrs Lay's brother, Coleman lanta to visit Dr Mickler's brother-
for good health, good friends, good neighbors.. and Harrison, and Miss Sybil Winn, in-law, Nat Norfleet who is
r Madison County 4-H officers which took place Saturday after- seriously ill at the Georgia Bap- i

for all that we enjoy in this land of ours. meeting was held November 14 noon. Little Miss Anita Lay was tist hospital.
: in the lIadison.Couhty. Agricultural
.: Building. t
I. To show cur thanlc f ulness.'..we at.,. -.. Four gfris from the Florida:
State University 4-H Club explained CAMPING EQUIPMENTPup
tend church services>; we meet. the officers duties and

with family and friend we set obligations to them. The officers Pup Tents : $5.95 6-Piece Aluminum
were in groups as to the office
Mess Kits $1.98
Complete with poles &
c747- they held.
this day aside for Thanksgiving. pegs
Afterwards the members gathered
in the auditorium where they
Genuine Army New Army Folding
elected County 4-H officers, as Canteens ..... 98c Shovels . 51.98
p Florida Bankat follows: With Covers With Cases
Y President Jaunita Jarvis, Vice
PresidentLinda Walker, Secretaryand Army 7 x 7 Wall

Madison TreasurerWilma Jean Davis, Packs . . $1.49 Tents. . 514.95
w Council DelegateMargaret Dixon Complete With Straps Complete With Poles and

ReporterOdessa McReynolds, Pegs I
1 1A 1i Song and Recreation LeaderBrenda Army Type CamP
Blair. Hatchets . $1.39 Shoulder
Mrs Almond Zipperer and l\Ir Pack . . 51.49
i Paulk, our county agents, were in 5 x 7 Wall Machetes . $1.98
;* / charge of the meeting. Tents . $12.9: With Case t

The 4-H Christmas party was Complete With Poles and t
i discussed also. Pegs Jungle
Hammocks 59.95
We were honored to have withus I
Field Packs $2.98
Mr Grant Godwin, of Gaines-
ville; Miss Jo Ann Kelly; and Mr Genuine Army Air .
Tilly, our assistant State 4-H Sleeping BagS 54.98 Mattresses $2.98

Girls' agent; Mr Godwin is thboys' e
-- State agent. Scout Knives 9Sc Arm yBayonets I
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$2.98
VIOLATION OF RIGHTOFWAYJesse

WHERE Navy New Mosquito 1
Tires $12.951 MRS MINTZER IN HOSPITALMrs Hammocks $6.9- \
Goodyear RtIE? Bars. . $2.98
Wigelsworth, of Pinetta, )
670 xIS, All-Weather, tube-type, was charged with violation of Joseph H Mintzer was Stern Camp
plus tax and recappable tire. right of-way in a two car accidentat stricken with a sudden attack of Cook Stoves 9Sc Blankets $2.98
the intersection of West Base illness about 10:00 p. m. Tuesdayat
her country home east of Ma i-
MESSER and Parramore streets at 11:30 p.
son. She is a patient at the local
last Friday. PURCHASEOF
m ARMY HELMET WITH

Battery & Tire Co. Trooper Peavy said Wigels hospital. ANY CAMPING ITEM!
worth, driving a 1951 Chevrolet Jumbo Hamburg 30c.
Scuth on Parramore, and Peter Shea Choicest of Steaks and Sea SOUTHERN SALVAGE CO.
driving a 1059 Chevrolet west on
Base crashed at the intersection. Foods at WHITE TOP
TRAIN-AUTO automobile-train CRASHAn crash on the Damage to each car was approxi- "Gone to get a cuppa DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, 111 South Ashley St. Valdosta, Ga.

Valdosta Southern tracks at a mately $300. south of :Madison. 3-lt-ch
crossing on SR 53 four and half Miss Janie Wigdsworth, a
a --- -- -- -
Coffee Towne
miles north of Madison at 2:15 p passenger in the Wigelsworth car, at Square 1 s
m Tuesday involved a 1959) Chevrolet wa5g \'en first aid at the local
driven by Mrs Marjorie Had- hospital for slight head and leg Inn now open al! night!"
den ,
Zipperer of Pinetta and the injuries.
Valdosta Southern train.
OAK HILL NEWS
Trooper Peavy said Mrs Zipperer's
Are brakes safe?
car choked on the tracks ahead of jour
the train and she jumped to safety.
The car was badly wrecked. if not drive in today to Mrs Hampton Allen, a recent
bride was the inspiration for a
G-E Automatic Washers lovely shower Nov 13th at the j

HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. McWlLUAMS GARAGELErl home of Mrs Tommy Hammock.

Several lively games were enjoyed
before the honoree opened the
:
many lovely gifts. Assisting with

,0 ii the hospitalities were Myra, Judy, .
Debbie and Lounette Hammock,
V.
and Louvenia and Joyca Keeling.

Special guests were Mrs George

King, Mrs Libby Kry of ,Jasper
and Mrs Crawford Corbett of
Kinderlou. Joint hostesses with
Mrs Hammock were Mrs Vertle

Brinson, Mrs Bertha Hammock and
Mrs Mae Gaston.Mr ,

guNTIti&a and Mrs Eustace Blair of
Monticello visited Mr and Mrs R P
Buchanan Thursday and enjoyedthe

cane grinding.Mrs .,
I Betha Buchanan entered "rF
Pineview hospital Tuesday for sur

gery.Mr 5
and Mrs R L Crafton and bwy
,
Harry, Mr I E Reaves, Mr and
Mrs Bill Fourakres and Shirley

spent Sunday in GainesiIIeisit- As Southern GritsNo
ing Miss Helen Crafton. They also as
visited the Pat Parkers in
Micanopy.Mr .
and Mrs Edgar Blair, Gene
institution is more deeply rooted in the five Southern states we serve. Our profits are
and Joyce Blair visited
Betty
Blair in Gainesville Sunday. South than our Company. Since our founding reinvested where we make them-in the South.
v 1, ..t7hx have concentrated on serving We like to believe that the continued sales
73 ,
we
Rev and Mrs W L Wynn, Mrs years ago
b Howard Coody, Mrs Bertie Walker, the South, and only the South, with dependable leadership of our products is due to two things:
their dependable quality and 2) the fact
Jess Revels and others attended petroleum and allied products. 1) ;
several sessions of the State Bap- Our officers, directors and all members of that we are Southerners who think Southern,
tist Convention in Tallahassee last our organization are Southerners. Two-thirds act Southern and inherently observe the customs -
!week. of the Company's dividends are paid to more and courtesies which Southerners appre

BROWNING SHOT GUNS t Mrs Jesse Hughey of Madison, than 14,000 of its stockholders living in the ciate. We're proud to be "As Southern as grits."

Mrs T M Raines, Mrs Bill Raines
and sons, Mrs Blalock Raines, Mrs
ORDER TODAY! George Hunter, and Mrs W O STANDARD OIL COMPANY:

Raines of Cherry Lake visited the ( KENTUCKY )
R P Buchanan: last Tuesday after-

noon. T. J. BEGGS JR. Agent
Mr and Mrs Carey Ten, spent .

... the weekend at DeFuniak Springs;, MADISON, FLA. HU 3-2279
with Mr and Mrs Theron Terry,

and family.
Mrs W C Pulliam spent the week
4 ...' end in Marianna with her daughter out o ut t e out
J. '....- : Mrs Wayne Smith and family. .
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BY DR. KENNETH J. FOREMAN V \ J

Bible Material: Acts 8. '
Drvotional Beading: 2_Corinthians 5:14-
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The Good News J


Lesson for November 22, 1959
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TT CANNOT be said too often: 'S I
A Christianity is not an organization 'wk
it is not a creed, it is not a I' i
set of good resolutions, it is not a '. \
special kind of philosophy, it is not : k\\\ 11
ideas. It produces all these, but it
does not begin with any of them.
It beings with good news.We havea

I in first-class the story case be- It".r.
:
fore us in Acts 8.
At the turning-

' point in that a : : .
story, we are told k i ,, 7C
that Philip :'
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"opened his
mouth and I .
told him the good -
news of Jesus
It is not said that Dr. Foreman E
Philip opened his mouth and gave 4\
the stranger good advice, or con-
demned his sins, or urged him to
turn over a new leaf, or offered hima
book to read, or urged him to I
join a church. He just told the .
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.s-
--k -
good news about Jesus.
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Evangelism Is Good-News-lsai I

The church today has a tech- I
nical-sounding big word which
many Christians do not under-
stand. It is "Evangelism. Whenwe Si
hear the word, we think of saw- -
dust trails, of mass meetings, of r
Billy Graham and the Salvation 1/
Army and special services at the i
church on the corner. We think of
trained choirs and TV and teams.
o"rn
o'This
Like typical Americans, we want 11
our "evangelism" as we want
everything else, on a grand scale :

and organized to the last inch. -_--r.l-: .._ __.. IT ::
Actually, evangelism (as Billy
Graham or any good minister can
.
tell you) is a simple thing. As a THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
famous Christian leader from Cey
THE
ALL FOR CHURCHThe
lon, D. T. Niles, has said, "Evan-
gelism is one beggar telling an- Church is the greatest factor on earth for

other beggar where he can find '" the building of character and good citizenship.
'
bread. great land of ours has been blessed with the riches of It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a

do Some not believe Christian in evangelism.people say Push they the earth and with the freedoms, the rights, to enjoy them. But strong Church neither democracy civilization -

I the question with them, and you does- the mere ownership of these goods guarantee our happiness? can survive. There are four sound reasons why -

may find one or the other of two All of have person should attend services regularly and
experienced disappointment-at
t things to be true: either they don't us a finaHypossessevery
ing some much-desired article. After weeks and sometimes years of support the Church. They are: (1)I For his

' else understand they don't what really evangelism believe tsr: in looking forward to it, we find that the actual ownership i brings lit- own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For .

I Christ after all-they have no good tIe pleasure. the sake of his community and nation. (4) For
! news to tell. There is a good and a the sake of the Church itself which needs his .
bad way to run a newspaper. A Could the fault lie with the g tit itself? No, apparently it isWithin moral and material Plan
support. to to
go
critic may not like the way a par- ourselves.I Our own attitudes. our own relationships I our ownunderstanding _- ., -
titular paper is run, but thatdoesn't have certainly I much more to do with our final 1 satis church- ,.regularly! I I ..and. read. ;your S'ble'da'Jy,. .......- -- _-.;
mean that newspaper business I I
faction. -
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is bad business. ...-. ,'. :.
Philip told his good news effec- How then are we {o derive the greatest blessings from the Day Bo'ok' Chapter verses

tively, so much so that the name"evangelist" goods which have been put at our disposal? The best place to begin Sunday Genesis 8.. 20-22 ._
stuck to him.V'.l&t
is in the Church Here, in a personal search for God and our Tuesday Monday Psalms Matthew 24.19 16-22 1-10 ,

probably i .own understanding of Him, we may achieve a spiritual harmony, Wednesday Matthew 6 1921wlikh
gelism" all his life. For one thing, ,1 Thursday Mark 4 26-29 -i. .
he was a man sensitive and responsive will bie our- Jives_an_. jhose_of our fellow_. men.___. Friday.: Psalms 42 1-2 -
to the leading of the Holy SaturdayThese Psalms 51, 1415cop"rjIaj
Spirit. We first hear of him when
i I the church at Jerusalem is looking
I for men to appoint on a committee
i (Acts 6). Qualifications mentioned i
t were that the men should be "men }lJJ9ReitU AJ*.5emc ,Strt&urf.Va. ; .
I of good repute, full of the Holy .
} Spirit and of wisdom." (It would
I seem that being full of the Spirit
,.. ,.
f
j and of wisdom were not thought .w. aw.w.mi -: :-- -.v.&.S.
t of as being the very same thing.)
, At any rate, by the time the Spirit
said to "Go this chariot '
Philip join -
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Philip knew the Spirit's voice.
It is not necessary to suppose that
I the Holy Spirit always speaks or Religious Messages are being Published Each Week, Sponsored by the Following Individuals and
spoke to Philip then in a voice you
could catch on a tape recorder.The Establishments:

1 t point made is known that in the Phillip's Spirit's mind will was and . 12_ . __

f Philip knew the. difference between
Goers direction and a notionof MADISON DRUG STORE BUDDY SMITHHARDWARE WESTERN AUTO STORE
his own. How did thla man become .
DUNN FURNITURE CO.
so sensitive to the voice of -
The Rexall Store J. J. Sale Jr., Owner
God No doubt because h* hd
been obedient before. Phone HU 3-2300. Madison Fla. T Madison Florida Phone HU 3-2385 Madison, Fla. MADISON, FLA.

H. Katv HU BIbIt Phone HU 3-2340

Another reason for Philip's success
is his knowledge of his Bible.It .
I was a "rash" thing to do may- .
be, for this dusty pedestrian to I
speak to this Very Important Per- illi M E SSE R .J. B. DAVIS, Inc'
sonage in his chariot. But Philip INSURANCE '
CO.IIORROW QUALITY CLEANERS
felt he had the right to speakWhen BATTERY & TIRE Madison, Florida

he heard that official read- I ll MADISON FLORIDA .. AGENCY When your clothes are not becoming .
ing aloud (for that is what the Madison, FloridaFRALEIGHASHLEY
Greek word in verse 28 means), in 1111 to you they should be .
his dull treasurer's-report voice REGISTER'S AUTO SERVICE '
that sublime passage from Isaiah coming US Phone HU ****
53, Philip could not hold in. Do you Phone HU 3-6450 Madison Fla. ;

understand what you are reading? liii BRYAN ELECTRIC CO.
he cried. The distinguished stran-
ger was too much astonished to be Wiring and Repair-Appliances
offended. Here he was, a man of TRUCK & TRACTOR CO. CANTEY MOTOR CO.Madison CHERRY'S 66" SERVICE
wealth distinction, power; but this MADISON, FLORIDA STATION
poor hiker had something he did Phone HU 3-2241 Madison Fla. Florida
not have: he knew what the Bible -
has to say, he knew what'means. Madison. Fla. -
God used this man who had the I
one thing needful to convert a
man who had everything but what . arHJ . rBSArmRIDAY

. he needed. God can always use
those who know and love his. Word.
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of smaller industries located Madison had: a. wonderful suc- The Methodist ehurclt Cfeoir. en- "His Eye Is On The arrow'

principally at Starke. We usual cess, considering that they didn't joyed a supper patty at FellowshipHall sung in Spanish by the Rev Cesar
have enough cars with adult lead-
lythink of Bradford countyin Wednesday night following Benitez amt son Oman yxI several -
Tb fNTtRPll1SCRCOllDERNa41 choir practice. The menu consistedof
ers.The
connection with strawberries, city was divided into districts spaghetti salad with French quartet numbers b>- choir per-
00 m rill MUCtflOMt.JtffiCUlTUaAi, MID IKOUSTR1AI CWTU Of MCBTH flCBIM
and the different as-
for that has been a favorite groups dressing: chocolate cake and coffee: sonnel. T J Beggs HI \\dS general
MADISON FLORIDA signed to their various sections.
Telephone HU 3-63G1 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. crop there. Other principal \\'hen the groups returned turnedin The program included a duet chairman of hospitalities.

Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance crops include the regular farm their containers and the treats
Per Year counted then the fun came-
Delayed Renewals $4.00 were
products[ and sweet corn, peanuts -
games, good eats and Hallowe'enfur. HEATSUPTO'8ROOMSat
Advertising Rates Made Known on ApplicationEntered sugar cane, sweet and .

Irish[ potatoes, cabbage, beets, i The amount collected was almost
Post Office as second-class matter June
the
at Madison
$!00 and those not called on have
25. 1908. under Act of March 8, 1879. egg plant, peppers, cucum- said they had waited for their cost
and water- the f 4
hers, cantaloupes "treats" for UNICEF and were
C. MERCHANT T. C. :MERCHANT JR.
OWNERS: T. melons. Considerable tobacco is disappointed that the' tricksters
: AND ASSOCIATES hadn't readied them. "" .. .. --
and before
grown in the county, .
This belated congratulation to .
--
:MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 : the great freeze of 1894- those who did so well is written :

NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 95 there were a number of with the hope that we'll plan to ;

CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 Grange groves in the county join this Hallowe'en Fun Group *s ,..
next en masse.
i md people from Pennsyl- year .fJ -- sa t
many
i T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT.
vania had moved to Starke to xE
C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor Electricity -
MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor engage in orange growing and Z>, _

MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. business connected therewith. Friend or Foe l'.
Timber is probably the greatest -

industry in the county, with Electricity, when properly used, '.-''} I
A Lovely In-Between Win Or Get Fired three-fourths of its area in is a great convenience. It lights
our homes and other buildings; it
1 The cold weather that had I Indeed, many of us and forest land. Many pecans are powers our radios and televisions,

been predicted for us has not ,', that applies principally to those I grown in the county, and a our washers and dryers our refrigerators ] _.
but unreasonably large tung oil mill is located at and freezers our air- t
arrived yet (Monday noon), out of school-get conditioners and heaters, it even
it is cloudy and threateningrain worked up over the results Brooker. Prior to and during warms our blankets. i

so we may get it soon, and clamor for the firing of a World War II, a large military Improperly used-either by over- iit

though a little delayed. Last I coach who does not produce a installation, Camp Blanding, loading circuits or using faulty .'
I wiring or faulty applianceselectricity t' .
week we did get under forty I winning team, even though was located in the county. can and does cause fires. i

degrees one morning, with sometimes at least it is not thetoach's Kingsley Lake, near Starke, is One of every five fires in 1958 t .",
from electrical j __.., -
were causes.Don.t
favorite recreation The
frost one or more mornings, fault. The Universityof a place. .
circuits and don'tuse
overload ,
but on the whole the weather Georgia coach is riding high county was named for Captain faulty appliances or faulty !II' \ : 1
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has been warm for this time of i just now-and he will be much Bradford, the first Florida wiring. Electric fuses are safety .. ,v-, :;t
officer killed in the War Be- devices to protect property againstfire k
the year. And, from the facet : higher still if his team beats
wires and
from overheated
of expense, that has been good Tech next week but two or tween the States. Next week, short circuits. Use only 15-amp

for us: too cool to require three years ago, when victories Brevard County. fuses, unless your property Is

operation of a fan or air-con- were not so frequent, r wired for heavier current.
THINK ON UNICEF
'ditioner, and yet too warm there was a cry to get rid of "TRICK OR TREAT"
to require artificial heatjusta him. The FSU coach recentlyhas Mrs T C McNally entertainedthe

lovely in-between. been run away into an- Hallowe'en is past but we havea Thursday afternoon Bridge
other job paying about twiceas whole year to "Think on these Club. The refreshment course of Now gives you
things" and prepare for next year. mince pie with whipped cream and
Cane Grinding Time much as he was getting from There was a group in this town coffee and arrangements of autumn FULL HOUSE.

our tax money-and even that who had the newer and more acceptable l leaves, flowers and berries em- 1 1 HEATING

'\ A man from Jacksonville was wasn't peanuts by any means-, Trick or Treat Hallowe'en phasized the Thanksgiving season. -- .....-.-__ -

in the newspaper office the and there is quite a clamor for fun benefits and than certainly those who more have lasting come !Mrs AV Vann won the club with the miracle of

other day looking for. some of doing! away with Coach Woodruff to accept the trick of begging or prize and Miss Whittle Dickinson ffi1 : t Sl :... : f ilfv. .ds<

this county's good sugar cane over at U of F, which ing the adults threat accept of trick as "children's that unthink-fun." the visitor's prize. 1' ti PEEB! ::: ',:::: msieand 't -: ;; $"l'N i. j 1'111

syrup. Time was when this will certainly increase unless The group referred to were ST. JAMES CHURCH = U

newspaper was in the syrup Florida wins itsnext two representatives from any or all there are no- cosf/y/ pipes
business in a big way as a result games. churches who met at the First Woman's day will be observed i i imfioi -- -*.. *. _
of a subcription syrup Methodist church here at 7:30 pm, November 22 at St. James :M B bnd. registers to install! ,
planned with their who .Z"Jra church. Rev
sponsors I II Parker and
swap program, but the priceof had already prepared 10 dozen of COn- Does an ordinary heater force you to live in one bl'Iwo
gregation Perry will be '
has increased much Rather home made guests. rooms when the temperature drops? That'scause be/
syrup IntemperateWe doughnuts and gallonsof All invited to attend services the heat goes out the chimney or piles up or
more than the price of subscription chocolate-this to be their treat throughout the day. Dinner served. the ceiling. Siegler cuts this waste, cuts your fue
feel that many of us are after the visits for UNICEF (United The church has bills and
even though both begun a $1000 driveto gives you warm floors in every room ol
rather intemperate about this Nations International Children's put-up a new building. Drive your home. Why? Because only Siegler i has the
have advanced since those days. Coach business. While winning Emergency Sund) to collect for the terminates January 23. 'atented Inner |Ieat Tubes- and_built-in pjowll
And, besides, we are not making needy children of United Nations. At Sunday School Sunday the .fSystem.; Buy it on a great :- -
the quantity of syrup we the game is desirable, it is not The leaders of various groups are lesson was taken from Acts 6 and MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
the main Jhing. If the heavy adults in each car and Youth Lead- 7th chapters subject Faithful unto
used to make here. We were ers supervise the calling on homes, death. Each member of the school
school athletic be
not able to find him any new program can etc. They know that the money is gave a short talk on the lesson. Start saving by stopping in at
justified-and we do not thinkit used for health of needy children
synip when he was here, but Teaching the combined classes were
is-it must be the groundsof and the public has accepted this Store
since then some has been on Cora D Young, Dothera Delaughter, Western Auto Associate
hick with
good, healthful exercise and pleasure as a substitutefor Althreda Davis and flea, Willie
brought to town and good old the dreaded orgies we had with Martin. Rev JV Joseph, pastor.Contributed..
cane grinding time, even thoughon the teaching of earnestness witches; goblins, and worse. 108-110 East Pinckney St. Madison, Florida

alertness, good sportsmanship,
a limited scale, is with us
main and the like; and not simplyon Anyway you .

whether we win or lose .

the game. After all, if one side I
Short and look it
Early wins, the other side must lose, at .

n The: pecans seem mostly to and so if all sides are con-

have fallen already; that is, sidered, a 50-50 record wouldbe I !4 rL

if everybody's trees are like average. But let a coach do --

the writer's. We are hardly no better than that, regard- ..."
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from one tree, and not many has to work, and he is in : ""'"%", .,. ,:, .- -- ". .#' --
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back we have seen them falling effigy, figuratively buried, ) 1'... .. : -" "' _

in profusion on Thanks- having hard things said to and .

giving Day and have gathered about him, and being run away,

them on up to Christmas or so rabid are we. _

later. But this year the cropeems

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Likelt "4-' numbers a hundred miles south-

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four-fifths that of Madison -
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sembled at an athletic event county, though its area is.
than half that of :Madison. i IS more fun \
here, was at the local football less ..- .
field last Friday night. Therevns It formerly embraced Union

\ a plenty of parking space, county as well as present
It's fun to cook electrically! For no matter how much cooking you do, your kitchen
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due to the extensive paving Bradford county, and even then .
i cool! and comfortable. And because electric cooking is Homeless it's
stays
around the Ag building, and : the size of the county was much so

there was a plenty of fun, even I less than the average. However, clean-no sooty pots or pans to scrub. Best of all, the automatic time and

though the game went with a! a long contest between Starke temperature controls take the "watching "waiting" out of cooking. With

bang against the home boys. !I and Lake Butler as to which its dependable, controlled heat you can leave the kitchen and join the party.
f I should be the county seat .
\Vc may think that we emphasize town Remember, you save when you go all-electric in your kitchen. So see the new
athletics to the disparagement I "as finally resolved in 1921 by
electric ranges at your dealer's today. BUY NOW and cook better electrically!
or partial neglect of the I rcaking_two counties and letting : :

wore worth-while aspects of each town have a court I It'

educational institutions-at any i house. General farming, cattle

rotc, that's what the writer raising, lumber and navalsiores FLORIDA POWElTmcORPORATIOlV

thinks-but, even so, there is l and truck farming ,are > .. '- !

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MRS S R CONE DIES AT
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GREENVILLE HOME

i in! OPEN HOUSE : Sr of Greenville I
English November Specials Mrs S R Cone, age 53, of
; narrowjy c escaped death Thursday !
t Greenville died at her home there,
.morning of Jast week when his car
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t ,\A]: Saturday Nov 14 after an extended service that
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vras struck by a log truck.
i : "According to Trooper Kilpatrick, illness. She was born in I
I (Cottage ardens fir English was turning off Road i Grady County, Ga but had been Insures the
l U5 two add a half miles North of TlIigpen's; living in Greenville since 1931. She best
I liGreenvUle--When a log truck driven was a member of the Greenville reception
[Bower and Gift Shop, j> Odom of Madison Gulf Service Church of God.
J struck the left rear of his car, I ; Survivors her husband one
are ;
T-V Service
JI I ;JJ l'.mrERNOON, I damaging:it an estimated $800. Kil- On U S SO Madison! Florida' daughter Mrs J B Hou k, of Greenville Prompt Repair
patnck said Odom was charged
I : l .Q.v. :.22,i"}l1t)1.1) 1 TO 6 'with following too closely. HU :i3-9942 ; three sons. F B Cone, Tallahassee -
i :SIr TEnghah vwas not injured. W T Cone. Greenville andS
& Used T-V SetsLOW
New
1 iFeainring Free Pickup and Delivery Service L Cone, Monticello; fourteen

!FRACTURES HIP CAR LUBRICATION . 75c grandchildren; two sisters Mrs
II CBJB33TMASAEB&NGEMKNTS Dock Register, Jr Hahira, Ga and DOWN PAYMENT DANK FINANCINGTHEMUSICBOX
; "E 'B 'Williams of Cherry Lake BATTERY CHARGE .. 50c Mrs Iona Parker of Miami; and

I .CHRgkTMAS .IS&QR PIECESand had the 'misfortune to fracture his three brothers Norris Searboro
TIRE REPAIR .. 50c
Trtt hip at his home Saturday Haines City; Huey Scarboro, Val-
.other ChristmasRefreshments morning "when he fell at the foot dosta and Paul Scarboro of Cecil,
rfnany 6601 Ga.
CAR WASH 75c Phone: Quitman,
ol his bed. 'He was taken to a Ga.
:NoyeI tits
: trospitdl at 'Adel, Ga, for treatment, Come in today. Bee how good Services were held at 3 p m ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEEDDr
Archbold
.will be served but was transferred to Sunday in the Greenville Churchof r
> hospital for surgery and continuespatient our service really isBHIHHUlimr God. Interment in Ever-
;a there. His son, Bruce was Ben Mercer was a visitor in Jimmie Wyche spent several days
3521 &OBnLAEHLEY ST. .\ 'W'j iams 7r tJf 'Miami, was called green cemetery with T J Beggs Jr Georgia and Alabama the past I with his parents, Mr and Mrs J L I
YAJUDQSI4: GA. !to his father's bedside. Funeral Home in charge. week. Wyche, over the week end.



r DEATH Of ANFANT; H BRING HOME. CcJ.FOR


Dorothy Ann Holland 2-months-
old daughter of Mr and Mrs Lee

Holland, of Greenville died early .
Friday morning at her home A. H

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Survivors besides her parents
are several small brothers and sis
ters.

Graveside services were held at
3pm Sunday in Friendship Ceme- :

tery with T J Beggs Jr Funeral

Home in charge of arrangements.CALL .


FOR CHRISTMAS SEALSA t
telephone call to HU 3-6635 r ,.
will get Christmas Seals
mailed toOU if f
promptly you 1 2t
haven't received them in the mail. t
An effort was made by the Madison t
County TB Association to reach T
every family in the community, )
but undoubtedly some have been

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Includes" all the basic. Real hospitality puts fun in Thanksgiving just as .
pieces at once to serve 8
people graciously. ..all cranberry sauce puts zest in turkey. There's nothing more

atwondenulsavingsover'Open stock purchaser hospitable, more cheerfully friendly, than the cold crisp taste

Wonderful savings also and lively! lift of ice-cold CocaCola.Keep plenty on !
Basic Sets for 4 or 12
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS Visit ToylandAT Protein For Cattle"It \\ protein furnishing supplement good fishing make in the such Mad-a I Conservation NewsBy I I I.

.difference in rate of gain? The
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IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY answer is that it increased the I I
COUNTY of the cattle so that they ( L C Bruner,
JUDGE, MADISON Western Auto Store will cost you money to fail appetite i
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.In to give your cattle enough protein started eating about twice as much Soil Conservation Service)
re: Estate of :Miami Jane Donnelly. :Madison, Florida this winter," declares County hay. And the hay they ate was Four farmers, Nick
Deceased.TO Agent Rudy Hamrick. better utilized. Ray ford Everette, E C Coody II 1 1I
ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS Shop early and use "Cattle lacking in protein lose Hamrick says the amount of pro- W Wimberly, received
HAVING CLAIMS OR DE- weight and do not reproduce regu- tein needed will vary from about bream to stock their natural
MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Plan larly. They also wean smaller calves, ';! pound to about 2 pounds daily. with the last of October. The
Our
You and each 'of you are hereby Lay-A-Way which means less return to the pro- The amount will depend on the were stocked at the rate of I
notified and required to presentany ducer. Thus, one of the best investments condition and size of the animal; to 1000 bream per acre,
claims and demands which you, CELEBRATES BIRTHDAYMrs a catteman can make duringthe the stage of pregancy or lactationof on the fertility of the water.
or either of you, may have againstthe Joe F Andrews celebratedher winter is to feed his cattle the the cow; the kind, quality and spring the cooperators will I
estate of Miami Jane Donnelly, eightieth birthday at her home, extra protein supplement they need." amount of pasture; other feed available 50 to 100 small bass per acre I
deceased, late of, said County, Sunday Nov 8th. Guests who en- ; and other factors. Increase or complete the stocking of the
It is not true that
I using a pro-,
to the County Judge of Madison joyed the day with Mrs Andrews tein supplement will cause animalsto decrease the amount of protein fed II A fish pond must be stocked 4 I
County, Florida, at his office in the were her sons and daughters Mr graze less. Dr T J Cunha, of the according to how the animals rectly and with the right kinds are'I
court house of said County at Edward Andrews, five sons and five Florida Agricultural Erperiment respond to the feeding. fish if it is to provide good
Madison, Florida, within eight grandchildren and Mr and Mrs W Station, says that protein supple- Hamrick recommends that cattlemen ing quickly and continuously.A .
calendar months from 'the time of K Watts and three children of mentation actually increases the start feeding protein early in good stocking rate for i
the first publication of this notice. Jacksonville and Mr and Mrs Lamar appetite of cattle and causes themto the fall, before their cattle have and bluegill ponds is 1000 to
Each claim or demand shall be in Andrews, two children, Mr and MrsC graze more. Also, they can use lost weight and condition. Begin bluegill and 100 to 150 large I !
writing, and shall state the placeof E Sever and sons, all from the forage they eat better becauseof with 1A of2 pound of protein bass per surface acre of i
residence and post office ad- Greenville and Mr and Mrs Tommie the extra protein they are get- supplement daily and gradually in- lized ponds, or 500 bluegill 1
dress of the claimant, and shall be Henderson and two sons of Madi- crease it as the cattle need more. I 50 bass for ponds of !
sworn to by the claimant, his agentor I sen. ting.A. This recommendation means that fertility.
his attorney, and any such I good example to illustrate this you would feed protein supplement Sam H Sale, who lives I
claim not so filed shall be void Miami Jane Donnelly, deceased. point is some Florida experimentalwork longer, but would not feed as of Cherry Lake, has a small
INES TERRY, As .executrix. of I First publication November 20th conducted a few years ago. much per day as you would if structed pond furnishing I
the Last Will and Testament of 1959. ll-4t-pd Cattle which had free access to a : you waited.. By starting to feed for the family and water for ;
I rack full of low protein grass hay early, you would get more returns stock. Mrs Sale said "I never I
were losing about % pound per per unit of protein tupple- much but my boys, Larry i
day in weight. When they were ment used than by starting late Jimmy, -enjoy swimming and I
given a pound of protein supplement after the animals have already lost ing in the pond. They came I
SUWANNEE RIVER daily in addition to the grass much weight. It is much better to I the other day complaining I
hay they gained a little over around prevent weight losses than to put the trout breaking their :
per day. Why did a pound of weight back on an animal. I lines." Proper managed ponds I
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., There's nothing like a new car-and no new car like a Chetrokt. This is the 1960 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe .


OFFERING THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE SAY THESE ARE THE THINGS THEY WANT .


TWO-YEAR STUDY PROGRAMS:

I IN A CAR..and CH EVROLET for'60 comes closest to meeting every need I


1. General College Courses Interviews with thousands of car owners across the country show clearly what they like or dislike about their .

present cars and what they want most in their 1960 cars. Here's what the people tell us they want. .

2. Pre-Business Education Course and here's how Chevrolet meets their needs. / I

"Price, that's what's uppermost In my Chevrolet. You've got big, sturdy 1960 is no exception. But really, this
mind." All Impalas and Bel Airs with brakes underfoot, for example, that kind of lightness and precision you've
3. Pre-Engineering Course V8 engines are lower in price, as are last longer. As it has been for years, simply got to enjoy for yourself.
automatic transmissions and many safety is standard equipment in Chevy. i
other popular options. Also Biscaynes "u. a car you can look at and be smug I
now include as standard equipment "Let's keep upkeep down, too. More about buying it." Chevrolet for 1960 :
4. Pre-Law Course than Chevrolet for 1960 is built
conveniences formerly optional at ever leaves the low-price field far behind i
to stay on the road and out of the
extra cost. when it comes to fashion. But y you'rerepair
shop. You can tell that from its the best of I
judge styling, so take a
5. Pre-Medical Course "And how about operating economy? hushed! unruffled way of going! from good close look at Chevrolet. We warn I
the solid thank of Chevy big doors. I
And resale value"You keep right on you: you're about to fall in love
saving after you buy your favorite Of course If.you sho1lld.need service, 1
6. Course Chevrolet, too. And Chevrolet's tradiyou're always near efficient, economical And performance. Let's have a hot I
Pre-Nursing attention to needs.
tionally higher resale value means your onel"ChevysspiritedV8'shavesetthe I
you'll get more back when you trade. "1 want a car that will stand up to the standard for ultra-efficient power in I
driving I do." For proof of Chevy's American-built passenger car engines. .
7. Terminal Courses (Trades) will I "Give me plenty of good old-fashioned staying power, just spend a minute You've got a long list of performance- I'
comfort.: There's comfort .and then watching the nearest road. You'll see minded transmissions_ pick from, too.
some in this one. Chevy's long on Chevrolets traveling it than
more on
be offered as demands justify. I space, for one thing. Once you're underway any other car-e\idence-on-wheel.s of So that, friends, b what you told us i i
you'll know just how comfortable Chevrolet durability. (And that higher you want. We think: it can be summed I
Full Coil suspension makes your ride. resale value attests to it, too.) up rather well in just one word: value. :
For Further Information Write I
: "Safety-don't forget safety" You're "Me for sweet-handling car." HanGet the full story of Chevy's brand of
surrounded by safety features in a new dling's always been Chevy's forte, and value soon at your Chevrolet dealer's.
REGISTRAR

Nearest to perfection a low-priced car ever came. CHE1ROUT
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RECEIVES PROMOTION NOTICE TO CREDITORS PEANUT MARKETING Mrs G L Morrow had as her I lit( I II ample, a family Income plan can:
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J. Robert Williams, a local representative THE COURT OF THE COUNTY I Pickett and her daugnter and fami- fOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY
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Company
Insurance IN PROBATE.In that referendumon
announces a
COMPLETE PEST CONTROL
. of Associater Farnell and daughter Jane of Pin- I
to the position re: Estate of John W Dutton, marketing quotas for the 1960,
Manager to fill a vacancy in thecompany's Deceased.TO 1961, and 1962 crops of peanutswill etta. FREE INSPECTION
Heassumed -x-
J Live Oak office. ALL CREDITORS AND PER- .
be held Dec. 15, 1959.If
Mr and Mrs Paul Calhoun, of
f his new post on Monday, SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS at least two-thirds of the Gainesville, were week end guestsof BURKE EXTERMINATING CO.
I November 9. AGAINST SAID ESTATE
: growers voting in the referendum
Mrs E B Browning and Mr and
l You and each of you are hereby favor quotas, they will be in effectin .
Mrs J H Calhoun.CONSTRUCTION
JACK BURKE JR.
r notified and required to presentany each of the 3 years. If more Entomologist i
John Wing Jeff Duval, Mike claims and demands which you, than one-third of the voters oppose e 111 East Green St, I
r Eeatty, Jim Dowling and Miss or either of you, may have againstthe quotas will not be in effect Phone 293JPERRY
, Jackie Krause of the Universityof estate of John W Dutton deceased for 1960 and another referendum
{: Florida, en route to FSU* to late of said County to the would be held in I960 for the following -I I FLORIDAWe
attend the FSU-William & Mary County Judge of Madison County, 3 years.GE New and Remodeling
football game the past week end, Florida, at his office in the court Electric Ranges I Howerton Supply Co. exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and
"f' were guests Friday of Mr and house of said County at Madison, I Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc.
Mrs AV Vann.SPORTING. Florida, within eight calendar HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. I I
months from the time of the first I
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claim or demand shall be in writing i
! NEEDS and shall state the place of
residence and post office addressof
the claimant and shall be swornto
B EVINRUDE MOTORS by the claimant, his agent, or WHAT DOES THE IARKHAVETHAT
9 CAMERAS & SUPPLIES attorney, and any such claim or
TACKLE demand not so filed shall be void.
I FISHING HERBERT DUTTON, as executorof
0 BROWNING WINCHESTER the Last Will and Testament of % THE OTHERS DO NOT ?

REMINGTON GUNS John W Dutton, deceased. II :
First publication November 13th .
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COMPLETE PHOTO SHOP Mr and Mrs Carl Karstedt and i IT HAS SIX BODY STYLES: New eo vertible. drive, the engine loafs at cruising speed, cuts your f
$ SPORTING GOODS two children, Mary Helen and Bill new 4-door and 2-door station wagon, hardtop, 4. gas bills even more.Which one suits you best?The
$ LAMBRETTA MOTOR and Mrs H C Merryday spent Sun- door and 2-door sedan! Seven sophisticated colors. Lark offers this choice-plus a selection of 7 axle .
SCOOTERS day in Tallahassee, guests of Mr r Handsome interiors appointed in distinctive pleated ratios-the others do not!

and Mrs Crill Merryday- and son, vinyls or cloths. Nobody else has them. Why IT HAS MANY UNUSUAL FEATURES:

THE SPORT CENTERCastle Dana. -x- settle for less? Reclining seats that make into beds, front seat
The Rev Cesar Benitez left Sun- IT HAS A POWERFUL, THRIFTY V-8 OR headrests, hillholder, Twin Traction (for driving i
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Park Shopping Center day night for Miami en route to SUPER ECONOMICAL "6" The Lark V-8 through snow, sand,ice or mud), air conditioning
Cuba, after a visit here with the topped all other eights in last year's Mobilgas 4-barrel carburetor and dual exhausts...many, ,
VALDOSTA, GA. Rev and Mrs Paul Touchton, and Economy Run. Have your cake and eat it, too.The many more. None of the others havrtfcfr! "
his son, Oman Benitez, a student
here. V-8 Lark (costs just a little more than the "6") variety of options from which to choose.
offers all the advantages of new dimension car
IT HAS PROVEN PERFORMANCE WITHOUT -
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 fuel economy. Why be limited? Choose with The
SAVING AT over 750 million miles under every conceivableLark
11' The Lark withpowcr..V8 1
(Important couples safety
road and weather condition. Result is: no "bugs"
VALDOSTA FEDERAL ;._ brakes are biggest in field. to iron out, no "hidden" mechanical faults...no
IT HAS CHOICE OF THREE TERRIFIC problems for new owners. Dealers and service men
ANNOUNCING- (TRANSMISSIONS: Automatic, three-speed stick everywhere know The Lark. Studebaker-Packard
shift, three-speed stick with overdrive. Lark autocorporate records clearly show that Lark service and
' matic transmission has a full range of speeds. Lark maintenance: costs are one third of the automobile
l''
i. three-speed synchromesh is smooth,and,with overindustry average. How can you go wrong on that?
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LARK PRICES..INCLUDING: TIlE LOWEST PRICED
'. U.S.MADE CONVERTIBLES: ,HARDTOPS AND DOOR V-8 WAGONS
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Anticipated dividend rate on insured
savings payable December 31, 1959

FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST

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MADISON, FLORIDA"I
109 S. PATTERSON STREET
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VALDOSTA, GEORGIA
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I Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course am pleased to inform you that your establishment is now in-


I PIANOSNew II in the 1960 edition of the Duncan Hines Travel Book
I t New Machines $69.50 and up 1,1 1,1eluded

And Used ADVENTURES IN GOOD EATINGOn
CALL VALDOSTA CH 4-2304 COLLECT

BEAUTIFUL NEW SPINET PIANOS Service in 24 Hours behalf of the other members of the Duncan Hines Family and t


Mahogany, Walnut, Cherry FinishesAS r myself-A Cordial Wekome.ROY

LITTLE AS $4.50 PER WEEK TEA COMPLIMENTSBRIDE
ELECT !
AFTER SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
Mrs Edwin B Browning's home TALBOTT PAINTAND H. PARK

Just Received a Shipment of was the setting Saturday after-

CLEAN, RECONDITIONED PRACTICE PIANOS noon for the charming tea com- EditorInChiefDuncan

plimenting Miss Jenobel Zipperer, WALlPAPER CO.AT Hines Institute, Ice."
Guaranteed Reasonable Terms
whose marriage to Robert Andrews .

will take place during the CASTLE PARK

MATHIS&YOUMANSCO."Everything # Christmas season. Hostesses with VALDOSTA, GA.
Mrs Browning were Mrs Paul I
free parkingWe November 9, 1959
in Music Since 1907" Calhoun of Gainesville, Mrs Carl-

ton Smith, and Mrs Ben Pfeil. have a complete line of Dwoskln
CASTLE PARK, VALDOSTA, GA. PHONE CH 42813.IIIIIDlm..oomlmmlmWI
Rooms open to one hundred or Wallpaper and 1500 colors of Paintsto

more guests were decorated with select from.AUDREY .

: i ii colorful autumn flowers. The Guests of Mrs Frank Graham G-E
Appliances
i and children last week were Mr :
color motif in the dialing room
FOX GO-BOY CARTS p lease care white and developedwith and Mrs George Hollister of Jacksonville -
was green
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. '.hun9 r hurts beautiful arrangements of NEWMAN- CIRCLE and Ralph P Hollister of Howerton Supply Co.

11III1I1III1I11mII._ gladioli and chrysanthemums and Miss Della Martin and Mrs Tilden Pensacola.

tall white candles burning in Norris entertained the Audrey New-
The Rev and Mrs Marvin Mur- branched silver candelabra. The man Circle Monday evening at MissMlrtin's 1
phy spent Wednesday in Jacksonville -
table was covered with a hand- home. Twenty members
They went to attend funeral
white linen em- attended, Mrs A G Herring read
imported
services for their friends, the Very some the l
Reverend and Mrs Charles Mc- broidered cloth. At one end of the opening devotional and Mrs
Marcus Cherry the second lesson TIMBER WANTED!
gave -
Carven, held in St. John's CathedralThe a table the crystal punch bowl was
of the course, ContemporaryMan
Rev McGarven was Dean of placed with Mrs Carlton Smith, 1
and the United Nations. The
St John's. The rector and his wife Mrs Burch Cornelius and MrsL hostesses Any pine timber for rale, regardless -
,, assisted by Mrs D D
were victims of the recent National C Bruner pouring. of quantity; selective cutting or
Morris, served pecan pie and coffee. ,
Air Lines crash in the Gulf of whole tracts. Please call ADEL,
Receiving in the living room
Mexico near New Orleans. GEORGIA, 7161 or 7501, COLLECT, t
were the honoree and her mother, Mr and Mrs Hoke S Hughes and
write
or
Mrs Azell B Zipperer, Mrs Irene grandson, Richard Cox, of Palmetto, yDELCOOK
Tom Stubbs of Lynn Haven wasa
visitor at his old home here the Send your dollars to Andrews, mother of the prospec- Fla.H B, were Dinkins.guests last week of Mrs TIMBER CO. 1

past week. ..' send food to hungry tive bridegroom, and Miss Cathe- -x-

people. in other lands. .... rine Smith, one of the bridal at- Mrs J J Newman and Moss P. O. Box 499

N tendants. Audrey Newman spent the weekend ADEL, GEORGIA I II
$1 per' (.;11i FR. Mrs Paul Calhoun, Mrs L C in Gainesville.

I package j t'i,;r Bruner, Mrs T M Rains and Mrs
I i_. Precisionware Kitchen Cabinets 1 1Expensepaid
-*- ---- Randell Gaston received at the

Gulf Life CIt Food Crusade... front door. Assisting hostesses were HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. J I

New York 16, N. Y. Mrs Fred Mickler, Mrs Guy Mor-

A APTAPLAN % or your-local office row, Mrs 0 R Hamrick, Mrs S H trip.tor 2O farm couplers !

Here i$ my. $::. .,... Moore, Mrs W B Rains and MrsJ Ii I
A Davis.
Fits your Rome -
-- r -- Sandwiches and small cake !t
changingneeds
Address .. squares were served by Misses S
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\ Elizabeth Smith, Beverly; Gibson, 1

Sheryl Williams, Brenda Baker, BIG 1

Charlene Dotters, Janet Matheny,
FILLS' METHODIST PULPIT
Frances Jane Plant, Judy Cole and


The retirement plan you The Rev Cesar :M Benitez, of Nancy The Hiers.hostesses presented the BERMUDA .4 !

buy for tomorrow can Cuba, brought the morning messageat honoree with two beautiful piecesof ?
the First Methodist church here
help meet today's needs silver, a water pitcher and a
Sunday morning. Missions Around
.'. thanks to the The World was the theme of the bowl.

exclusive AdaptAPlan.Ask message into which the speaker introduced HOLIDAY

your Gulf Life the story of his work in HOMECOMING PARADE .
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the neighboring island. The choir MHS staged a colorful homecoming .
representative.Gulf. sang an anthem, Incline Thine Ear, day parade up town Friday __ __ "- __ J

Oh Lord, which emphasized the afternoon prior to the football G GIn
game that evening.
theme.
At the evening service colored Attractive floats by the grades i February, 1960, 20 winning i .

slides were shown of the Cuban from 7th on up, depicted Madison couples in the Allis-Chalmers '
work. Red Devils flaying the Monticello :,
Fall Purchase Contest will
The Sunday School building including Tigers in various ways; also there I vacation

Fellowship Hall is receiving were the Queen and her court and in balmy Bermuda and ,,'
a new coat of paint. other beauties occupying the floats. '
LifeINSURANCE I visit fabulous New York City.
The Beta Club, Bill Mack Hendry !
I Auto Co, and Gibson's Forestry fa.

INSURANCE Electric Co. urging (forest conservation were Contest ts easy to enter'r+
Bryan j
COMPANY among the entries. Leading off was
by doing part of spring
the school band, including the your jI
Sherwin Williams junior band, which was making its equipment buying now" r
O. C. KIRKLAND. SuperintendentPh. initial appearance. i I
HU 3-2551 P. O. Box 292 I
MADISON, FLORIDA PaintS ACCEPTS CALL TO MOULTRIE Real opportunity to win t, ->' I I

entries are limited to Allis- ;
Father Marvin Murphy, rector of Chalmers customers whose J
St. Mary's Episcopal church here,
2 tl p2: has accepted a call to St. John's buying qualifies them between ". r I

Episcopal church, Moultrie, Ga, and
September 25 and the end of '4 .
leaves here December 1st. a I
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BEHAVIOR I is SOMETIMES Could we interest you the year

DUE TO POOR HEALTH. Guests of Mr and Mrs P K Rowell ""-Rr f F

in the neatest, com- and Miss Helen Rowell over the BE A WINNER! Plan to ,.
week end and guests at MissRowell's
join the other winning couplesfor
Saturday
Sweetsixteen party -
pletest line of Auto
night were Miss Sylvania Eng- a week of fun and sun.
lish of Tallahassee and Miss Nell
Parts in town Be Hart of Mayo. SEE US FOR THE DETAILS "

-x- RIGHT AWAY!
sure to take advantage Frank Graham, Executive Vice- (
president of the Board of the Con-
Finance Association spent Coated tulfc*f. -; rtot md UaJ ..... '
of fast tele- sumers I I.ALLICHALMIIS
our the past ten days on a business
trip to Columbus and Dayton

phone service, too, on Ohio, and Lansing, Mich.SmithCorona ,- zfr.S.b.f fM A//'i-Cfiafm rs flan foflaanc

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I! I NO PERSONAL SOLICITATIONThe I KXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 'S '-


,I I Don't Throw That Slick
I Madison
f County Tuberculosis:
fI
fI I Association has in
one thing common
II repairing done by set "doctors'Wo
with
just about any other or-
ganization you can think of. Itactivities Tire I
away
cost money.
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II "The association's fight against
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tuberculosis is supported solely
: by
W. B.Davis Jr. BROADUS WILLOUGHBY Christmas Seal contributions. We BRING IT TO THE
REALTOR
depend on the money you send for
I REAL ESTATE Phone office, HU 3-6481
BROKERAGE
: Phone, residence. HU 3-6481 the Seals you got in the mail,"
ACREAGE FARMS MADISON, FLORIDA Mrs Julian Gibson, Seal Sale Chair- North Florida
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL Recapping CompanyOn
r' WANTED! man said. "And the appeal letters
ESTATES
RESIDENTIAL Listings on 25 small, medium,
or know how that
to diagnose your accompany the Christmas
J ABSTRACTS APPRAISALS large farms ranches or TVs ills and cure 'em fast. Seals are the association's silent U. S. 90, opposite Ragans Motor Co.
t OF TITLE dairies. Have some good prospects.
I TITLE INSURANCE QUff MAN ambassadors. Nobody will contact Madison, Fla.
: 112 West Base Street WANTED: Housekeeper to live in you personally. Nobody will come

J MADISON.Phone HU FLORIDA 3-6277 home .and Contact care for MRS.semiinvalidwidow. W L TELEVISION SERVICE to will your visit door selling Seals. Nobody and get new tire service out of it

COLLINS, Rt. 3, Madison. your plant or office to

Broadus Willoughby 11-lt-pd 401 We E Stevens Repair St. solicit"Whether contributions.. you contribute and 4 WE ALSO HAVE RECAP TIRES FOR SALE

I WANTED: Some nice, soft, clean Record-PJayers-Automobile how much you is a private matter
i f REALTOR No buttons RadiosA
rags. or woolens. THE Between
and
J Residence Phone Office HU 3-6481 HU 3-6481 Madison ENTERPRISERECORDER.LOST Few USED Choice TV SelectionsIN SETS Nobody looks you over your your pocketbook shoulder.So ; They :will give you all the Tread Service A New Tire

MADISON, FLORIDA : One male bird dog age 3 Work guaranteed satisfaction don't wait for someone to k will, or more, and at much less cost
years weight approximately 75 PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE bother you, because that won't
I 1 FOR SALE pounds, color solid white except OUR WAY OF SAYING appen. The Madison County TB Yours for tire conservation
WEST BASE STREET "THANK YOU"
right ear and eye orange color Association just doesn't operate
Your little ones can skip safely and left Phone 9481 Quitman, Ga. that
ear orange color with way.fhrittmrxa NORTH FLORIDi1RECAPPIVCcaWhea
to school from this house. Lot Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers _
orange color spot in forehead. Seal fnA- ..
f n.--"" *' AUiivto supportthe
extends north through the block. m
Name JEEP. Got out of my pen association's program of health
Large spacious, central heat. Only JOHNW.WADSWORTHRegistered\
,t $2500 down. 2 weeks ago today. I will give education, rehabilitation, case finding If I
$10 reward for information lead- and" research.
, FOR SALE: Florida Black Rye $3.50 ing to whereabouts of the above SurveyorPhone
bu. CLIFFORD LESLIE, Pin-
per dog. P K ROWELL. PO Box 213, Mrs Alfred Patton of Linden,
etta, Florida. 9-tf-ch HU 3-2372
t
Madison, Fla, phones HU 36157or MADISON. FLORIDA baying your 'I IntI wift arrive next week to spenda
r FOR SALE: Dairy fertilizer oak HU 3-6111. 11-2t-ch. month visiting her mother, MrsR
and pine wood, and two'fuel For and mixing Goodyear TIres
your grinding $12.95 E-R from V Dlat; Mr Patton will loin
oil heaters. MACK HADDEJJ, LOST: Nika press wire sleeving NewsboysPlease
on your farm, callVEST her here to the Christmas
spend
' HU 3-6293, Madison, Fla. 8-4t-ch tool, similar to 12-in bolt cutter. .1
Reward for return to telephone END MILLING COMPANY, 670 x 15, Air-Weather, tube-type .holidays.
FOR SALE: Florida Black Rye Company. 11-lt-pd Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 plus tax and recappable tire. DO! NOT park In the
p and AB110 Oats. High germina street and make
your newsboy run
r lion. CARL SMITH, Rt. 2, Madi- Caught up at our place on Lake collect a out into the street to make a sale.
son, Fla. 9-lt-pd. Rachel one boar hog. Owner ,.,.. MESSER Kindly pull over to the curb. CONSTRUCTIONNew
identify and pay for this ad, M Our
newsboys have instructionsto
FOR SALE: AB 110 Oats. High P.ARRISH. LADIES
10-3t-pd STAY OUT of the streets, and and Remodeling
germination. HOWARD HUGHEY, Christmas is the BIG selling Battery & Tire Co.
' Rt. 3, Madison, Fla. 10-4t-ch Exclusive Chain Link Fence Dealer- season for AVON gifts and we will appreciate your cooperating -
with us AND THEM for Howerton Supply Co.
ship available full or part time. cosmetics. Write today. AVON,
FOR SALE: Allis-Chalmers B Tractor THEIR SAFETY. Thank
Very little capital required. For Box 3103, Tallahassee, Fla. I you very
Tobacco Setter almost new. complete information call collect much.
Priced right. HARRIS McLEOD, Elgin 3-3981, Jacksonville, Fla.102tpd.I -- -
Route 2 Madison, Fla. 11-lt-pd

FOR SALE: 2 Large Lots, 2 houses, NO Hunting, No Fishing, No Trespassing -
1 rented furnished; 2 good wells, on my farm. WALTER DELICIOUS FLOUR WITH FREE 25-Ib. bag $2.39
opposite church and furniture CONE, Greenville Fla. 10-Gt-pd I OVENWARE
factory, *= mile South of Val-
NOTICE TO FARMERS: We buy
dosta, Ga. on 41 Hwy. BARGAIN
MRS R E VARNER, S Highway yellow ear corn the year around. FLAGA

I 41 Ga., Phone CH 2-6835, Valdosta 11-lt-pd, picker Price now picked.J is. $1.10 per bushel, Armour's BLACK EYE PEAS 24-oz. cello 25c


FOR SALE: 1947 Buick 4-dr sedan A MITCHELL MILLING CO. TREET __ ___ _u mh_____________________________....__12-oz. 49c FLAGA-- GREATNORTHERN-- -
good running condition, $160 JASPER, FLA. 11-2t-ch. CHOPPED HAM -__._ 12oz. 59c

cash only. DUNN FURN.102tchFt'R CO. . . .. PIG FEET ___. ___-_-_-u--__-__-_-_-_-_-__-___-__ ________9-oz. 29c BEANS'12oz- cello 15c

I STORE FRONT DASH DOG FOOD ___________________..._________________2 for 33c GERBER BABY FOODS-Strained ___ 6 for 65c
SALE: Florida black rye seed, Designing and Installation
good germination. Re-cleaned and COLUMBIA GLASS & PAINT CO. ? GERBER BABY FOODS-Chopped- 3 for 48c
new sacks. $3.25 per bushel. WILLIAM Lake City, Fla. Phone 1227 Libby' S
48 count tea bags 69c
COLLINS, Rt 3 Madison, . . . TETLEY TEA
Florida. 11-lt-pd % b. Tea45c
MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHEN FRUIT COCKTAIL 303 can 25c -
FOR SALE: Seed Cane. EDGAR with G-E appliances and PRE-
KING, Cherry Lake. ll-2t-pd CISIONWARE CABINETS. Up STAR KIST TUNA can 35c
GOLDEN CREAM CORN 303 19c
-- to 5 years to pay. Call or write can
BEFORE SELLING your timberor HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. HU
timber land, please see me. We 3-6681, Madison. Fla. 7-tf-ch GARDEN SWEET PEAS 303 can 19c
are also interested in buying a COLGATE'S SOAPS
limited amount of pine-hardwood LIVE STOCK AUCTION
pulpwood delivered by truck to SELL your cattle and hogs in our CATSUP LGE. ECONOMY 20-oz. 29c
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. auction each Monday. Sales start at SUPER SUDS large 7c off 25c
See, write or call 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK
49c
24-oz.
L. P. GIBSONRt. YARDS, Monticello Fla. 3-tf-ch BEEF STEW can
3, Madison, Florida FAB large I 34c
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 OCEAN SPRAY

FOR RENT: Furnished apartmentwith GIRARDIN JEWELERS\ CRANBERRY SAUCE can 23c FAB Giant Special 7c off 75c

one bedroom, living room,
kitchen and private bath, for For NABISCO
couple only. Also for sale: Three SILVER CHINA, CRYSTAL CAKES lb. 59c AD With China Large 37c
FOR
fuel oil heaters. MRS E F DICK- DIAMONDS, JEWELRY DICED FRUITS

INSON, Phone .HU 3-2396.. 6-tf-ch EXPERT REPAIRING BAMA--PURE A D With China Giant 87cSTRAWBERRY

HOUSE FOR RENT: 2-bedroom, PRESERVES 20-oz 49c
available December 1st. Kitchen N MEMBERS NATIONAL A D With Dinner Plate Jumbo $2.55

furnished, fuel oil heater, attic
\i fan, Venetian blinds. Two blocks BRIDAL SWANS DOWN CAKE FLOUR pkg. 39c VEL POWDER 34c
i; from Post Office. Contact La- t SERVICEVALDOSTA.GA. Large
MOYNE HANCOCK after 5:00 McCORMlCK'S

at HUnter HELP 3-2377.WANTED 10-tf-ch PURE VANILLA 1-oz. 31c VEL, LIQUID I 41c


Want to make $20 or more in a 303 No. Patterson KING COLE PEACHES 2'/ -can 25c OCTAGON LAUNDRY BAR Ik

dafor part or full time route

work' ? Man or woman. Write Mc- J. D. ScruggsFORESTER SOUTHERN FLORIENT DEODORANT 79c
i NESS CO., Box 2766, DeSoto Sta. can'23c
Memphis 2, Term. 12-2t-pd SWEET POTATOES 2 / ?G-Ic SALEPALMOLIVE

WANTED: Lady for part time workin REGISTERED SURVEYORPh.
doctor's office, preferably with HU 3.6186 SOAP 4 brs. banded 33c

experience. Reply, stating experience :MADISON, FLA. INSTANT COFFEE 6-oz. jar 69c .
to DOCTOR, c-o Enter-, gypMouou ,
prise-Recorder, Madison, Fla. FEDERAL LAND BANK
11-2t-ch TOILET SOAP 3 bars banded 45c

WANTED: Settled white woman to Farm'- Timber Ranch Loans SILVER LABEL CANDY bag 29c HAIR BRUSH DEAL -

live in-care of house and 2 Long Terms Low InterestSEE
school age children. Pleasant and
THE REPRESENTATIVE AT
quiet surroundings.Vrite Book- THE MADISON COURT HOUSE
keeper, 520 W. Brevard St, Tal- EVERY TUESDAY MOR.1ING.GE .

WANTED lahassee, TO Fla.BUY EAR ll-3t-pd CORS.I AppliancesHoverton Suwannee Food Stores

Will pay $1.00 per bushel and !

haul it, or $1.05 delivered. Supply Co. .

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i CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES 't'tj


preaching CHURCHA service every Sunday; CHURCHA 118 N.-Orange St. Memo ToCan&dai Are your brakes safe? ,

\WELCOME YOU \
preaching Service every Sunday Eook Study: Wednesday 7:30 p. m.
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m Service Meeting: Friday 7:30
morning p. m
Jnd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m Ministry School: Friday 8:30 p. m. If not drive in today to
1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. The I960 political campaign is ,
Sunday School each 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. Bible lecture: Sunday 3:00: p. m. close at hand, and The Enterprise- ,
.
Sunday at 10:00 a. m Watchtower Study: McWILUAMS\ GARAGESURPRISE
Prayer Service each Sunday School every Sunday.1st 4:15 Recorder would like volunteer 0
Sunday
and 3rd Sundays 11:00 p. m. its services to
Wednesday 8:00 p. m, a m. many all concerned.
Family Night covered 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. Jumbo Hamburg VOc. Briefly they Ire: PARTYA 4 \
dish Family Night Covered Dish Supper 1. POLITICAL ANNOUNCE- ,
supper, Friday
before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m, Friday night after second Sunday Choicest of Steaks and Sea MENTS. Let the deer people know group of about 31 friends and

Woman's Society of every month promptly at 7:00 p. m. Foods at WHITE TOP your hat's in the ring with an relatives gathered at the home of i

,- Christian Service Woman's Society of Christian Ser- DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, official E-R political announcement Mr and Mrs Jesse Hughey at Han

meets Thursday after vice meets on Monday night after which runs every week as long as son Thursday Nov. 5th for a ,

1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. south of :Madison. 3ltchMr you're in the race. regular picnic supper. j I

Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meets and Mrs George Hollister of 2. POLITICAL PRINTING. You'll The affair was held in honor of I FLAVOR
I need plenty of campaign cards, leaflets Mrs Mary Warren of St. Augustine, '
alternately with Rocky
alternately with Cherry Lake on I Jacksonville were guests of their ,
Springs Tuesday after and placards promoting your formerly of the Hanson community, AGED 4 YEARS
son-in-law
and daughter, Mr and
Tuesday after the 4th
4th Sunday 8:00 p. 9 Sunday Mrs Frank Graham the virtues to the voters who read. who was visiting Mrs T H Meeks. -
8:00 p. mThe during IN WOOD
3: POLITICAL ADVERTISING.Since .
Official Board meets 1st Wednesday -
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week end. ; ,. .
Official ; *
Board meets each 1865 your hometown gazettehas Pepsi-Cola
each even numbered month Aluminum screens and frames
after service. month following the supper on SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW proclaimed the virtue and denied Bottling Company
prayer cost less than wood. Ph 171, Perry, Fla.
Family the lie about a long succes-
Commission on Education meets Night. M A F
1 Wednesday each odd numbered P. K. ROWELL. S. S. Supt. 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music sion of office seekers. Keep the HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. 4-H DISTRICT HOG SHOW AND

month after prayer service. :MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE, Treas.C. 7:55 News tradition going in 1960. SALE OCTOBER ACTIVITIES i

JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. B. DAVIS, PASTOR 8:00: Baptist Hour 4. RENTAL SERVICE. The E-R Jumbo Hamburg 30c. Negro 4-H Boys participated in

THOMAS SURLES, HARRY M. 8:30 Gospel Music maintains a batch of those famous Choicest of Steaks and Sea the Annual Swine Show and Sale

COCHRAN, Asst's. 9:00 Revival Time Used-Good typewriters (for writing at The Monticello Stockyard Octo-
C. B. DAVIS, Pastor. LEE METHODIST CHURCH 9:30 Gospel Concert friendly notes to your supporters) Foods at WHITE TOP ber 15. The following is an out- I

Preaching Every Sunday.1st 10:00 News and Adding Machines which are DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, lay of Ribbons, Awards and Entries

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH and 3rd Sundays 10:05 Sunday Serenade helpful in totaling promises from south of Madison 3-lt-ch by counties.
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GREENVILLE, FLA. -w. -- 11:00 a m. and 7:00 p. m. 10:45 Prelude to Worship voters and keeping up with yourfree blue red white total

Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. 11:00 Morning Worship handouts. Rememoer, all expenses ribrib- rib- en-

Morning Worship ...._.. 11:00 A. M.F.:1ptist Sunday School Every 12:00 News should be accounted for. Keaton Beach On County bon bon bon tered
Training Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday _..___ 10:00 a. m. 12:15 Afternoon Melodies 5. NO PHOOL FOTOS. Guaran- Jefferson 4-H 4 9 12 25

Evening Worship ..__ 7:30 P. M. Methodist Youth Fellowship 12:55 News teed to make you look like a Jefferson NFA 0 2- 9 11
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prayer Meeting Wed 7:30 P. M --_' .._ 6:00 p. m 1:00 Afternoon Melodies statesman. The Gulf Madison 4-H 0 3 3 6
ZEB WILLIAMS, Pastor 1:30 Afternoon Melodic C. SYMPATHETIC EAR. Along Madison NFA 0 6 2 S

ILNSOIETHODIST CHURCH BOB SEARCY Sunday School Supt 1:40 Serenade In Blue with accepting printing orders and Gadsden 4-H 0 G 8 11

Preaching Services every First PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 1:55 News paid political ads we listen to all Water front lots priced from) Jackson 4-H 0 1 4 5

and Third Sunday 11:00 a. m. 2:00 Hour 0: Decision candidates' complaints about the $995. 10% down, balance to Hamilton 4-H 3 1 .1 5
and 7:00: p. m. 2:30 Musical Sunday dirty politics of opponents, the pan- I Hamilton NFA 2 0 1 3
Sunday School every Sunday Preaching every Sunday 2:55 News handling of the constituents, and suit. Safe, clean bathing beach, Greenville NFA 1 0 1 2

10:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:00: A. M 3:00 Musical Sunday anything the candidate wishes to good fishing and hunting, just Leon 4-H 4 1 2 7

Family Night Saturday before Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. 3:55 News say about the general situation. the spot for your Beach Home, -
Every second Sunday G:00 p. m. : Baptist Training Union 7:00: P. M. 4:00 Hit Parade However there is no FREE AD- Totals 14 29 43 SC
REV. C M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor or week-end Retreat at a price
VICE The Grand
Evening Worship 8:00: P. M. 4:55 News department. Champion was won
Prayer Meeting every 5:00 Music At Sundown 7. ELECTION NIGHT. Congratulations I unequalled any place on the by EV Graham, Hamilton County

HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday Evening at 7:30 P. M. 5:30 Headlines & Weather i commiserations, headache I coast. 20 mi. S.V.. of Perryon 4-H Boy and the Monticello Mill
Sunday School 10:00 A, M. remedies and Co. the :
!W 5:33 Sign Off tranquilizers. ing bought pig $25.23 per
B SEALS S361
S S Superintendent Hwy. (soon to be completed -
Morning Worship .___ 11:00 A. M. PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO S. AFTER ELECTION. Re- hundred pounds.
Paptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. J ARTHUR CRUCE, Training Union CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE duced rates for losers' messages of south- via Steinhatchee). The Reserve Champion was won

Evening Worship ..._.__ 7:30 P. M. Director. great appreciation and willingness Come see us, or write P. 0.: by Monroe Clay of Hamilton County -

Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. ERNEST GURR, Minister Daily Program ScheduleWMAF to cooperate with the winners together ,I'Box 301, Perry, Florida. and was sold to The Allen
Brotherhood last Thursday with an assurance of no ill Grocery Co. of Monticello 18.75

of each month at ......_ 7:30 P. M. NEW HOME WELCOME BAPTIST TO 1220 ON YOUR DIAL will to the thousands who voted : 4-6t-pd I per hundred pound
CHURCH
W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. 6:00 A.M. Sign On against them. Sounds realistic JUDGING TEAMS PLACED AS

Evelene Kelley Circle Come 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. doesn't it? Regular rates to winners. FOLLOWS AT THE HOG SHOW

3rd Thursday __ 2:30 P. M. Sunday School Worship With Us 6:25 World & State News Kindly let us know how we may First place-Gadsden County 4-H
V. L. SINGLETARY S. S. Supt. 10:00 A. M. 6.30 Fla. Farm serve you with our 8-point Candi- COMPLETE LINE Team; Second place-Greenville
Morning __. Hour
ALBERT KELLEY, B.T.U. Director Worship 11:00 A. M. 6:45 Hamrick date Package Deal, listed above :NFA Team; Third placeJefferson -
D. IIUGHEN Pastor Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. Rudy NFA Team Fourth
REV LEWIS County
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briefly. ;
FLOOR
Evening Worship ...__ 7:30 P. M. (Mon. Wed. Fri.) TILESAND
Very sincerely, place-Hamilton County 4-H Team;
WELCOME TO Mid-week 6:55 World News
Prayer Service 7:30 P. M.
Fifth place-Madison 4-H
THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER County
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 7:00 State News Team.

Sunday School __._ 10:00 A. M. Jack Pickles _._..-.._.. S. S. Supt. 7:05 '"r Coffee With Ray PLACING OF SHOWMANSHIP
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Morning Worship ...__ 11:00 A. M. Sim Andrews _.. B. T. U. Director 7:45 World News CABINET TOPS WINNERS AS FOLLOWS:

Training Union _u_ 6:30 P. M. REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor 7:50( State News GREENVILLE WMU 1. First Place Marion Stephens

Evening Worship _._ 7:30 P. M. 7:55 -"-." Weather News (Madison NFA).
Prayer Meeting ._.._ 7:30 P. M. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 8:00: Coffee with Ray
Second
? Place Robert
Young
9:00 "T" The General meeting of the Howerton Supply Co.
First CHURCH Morning Devotions
1 Church Business Meeting
( .
J.eon Co. 4-11)
9:15 "T Musical Interlude Greenville WMS was held Nov 3,
Wednesday night of each month. ,' 5. Third Place Monroe Clay
at the Greenville Baptist church. .
Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second Preaching Services every Sunday 9:30 Music Unlimited -
(Hamilton Co. 4-11)
Mrs Julian Maddox led the )
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Thursday night of each month. Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 10:00 T News -
Pleaching Services Every Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 10:05 v Music Unlimited gram O'Worship The King In pro-I
"* with several ladies giving parts.
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Come Worship With Us. Sunday School every Sunday at 10:30 Music Unlimited .
At the close of the program ALBRuTON BROS. -
REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor 10:00 A. M. 11:00 'rMusic Unlimited
BTU 11:15 ? Public Service Maddox presented the president,
Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M.
1 LEE BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting every Wednesday: 11:30 Record Session Mrs EV Handley a gavel guard TRACTOR CO.
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i REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor at 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood 12:00 World NewsNoontime with chain to be attached to her -

Services every Sunday. first Thursday every.1 12:15 P.M. Notes WMU pin. R9 FIFTH STREET

Sunday School __._ 10:00 a. m. month at 7:30 P. M. 12:30 Talk Of The Town Plans were made to observe the TEL. FO 2-2381

Morning Worship __ 11:00 a. m.1 EverybodyVelcome.. 12:40 f Uncle Ned Foreign Mission Week of Prayerone YOUR MASSEYFERGUSONDEALER

Training Union ___...._ 7:00 p. m. REV. J. R. COLLINS, Pastoc 12:45 State News hour each morning in the
EeningVorship _._ 8:00 p. m. 12:50 ? Farm News j church annex at 9:00 Monday thru LIVE OAK, FLA.
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 p. m. 12:55 I' Weather News Thursday and all day Friday witha
MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST ,
covered dish luncheon.
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MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST 701 South Range 1:55 Hillbilly News Hit Parade The meeting was adjourned with ,. . . . . . . .
CHURCH Bible Study ____ 10:00 A. M. 2:00 prayer. Mrs Handley served refresh- .
Time
P.EV. JACK LAMB PastorS. Lord's Supper and Gospel
in the church
annex.
ments
R. Sapp Chairman Board ol Edification _._ 11:00 A. M. 2:30 .' Public Service : One Great Team :

Deacons. -. "- Bible: Study ____ 7:00 P. M. 2:45 Afternoon Melodies i .

Billy Bailey _. BTU Director Preaching 7:30 P. M. 2:55Vorld: &: State News Clearwater (special)-Madison and
? 3:00 Afternoon Melodies : Amoco White Gas & Super Permalube Oil :
Leroy Cruse ....... Associate Director Ladies Class Thursdays 3:45: Public Service 61 other coi.ities were representedat

Leroy Cruse ._.. S. S. Supt. NEW HOPEFUL 4:00 News the 18th Annual State Convention .

Miss Merle Bass _.?.?. Song Leader MISSIONARY, BAPTIST CHURCH 4:05 Request Parade of the Florida Farm Bureau .

Mrs Juanita Cruse .__ Pianist Services every test and third 4:55 World & State News Federation which close here today. .

Sunday School ..._.... 10:00 A. M Sundays at 11 a. m., and 8:00 p. m. 5:00 Request Parade Those from ths area who

JorningVorship ........ 11:00 A. M. Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 6:45 Sports Highlights attended the three-day meeting in- .

Training Union ..... 7:00()( P. M. a, m.Training 6:00 World News cluded the following: .
Union every Sunday 7:00 6:15 Twilight Tunes of Greenville K D .
Kelly Bailey s
Evening Worship .._.. 8:00: P. M. x <.
p. m. 6:55 News of Madison Kermit
Prayer Meeting Wed 7:30 P. M. BE7. W. T. RYCHOFT, PastorBEULAH dff Hitchcock ( .
Just I 7:00PROGRAMS Horne of Madison Carl Sims of .
as am, without one plea.I SUBJECT TO
BAPTIST CHURCH of Madison
Smith
come Regardless of your clothes Welcomes You CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Madison Philip H J's .

condition. Whether cotton. Home- Services Every Sunday Owen Taylor of Greenville. .

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

church service. Sunday School ....._ 10:00 A. M. ,
Georgia : :
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. ACHING BACKNow MEDDERS
Choir Practice ..._.._ 6:00 P. M.
Sunday School ...._...__ 10:00 A. M. Training Union _.__ 6:30 P. M. You can get the fast relief too PLATE GLASSficompa .
..._ need from nagging backache, headacheand
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.
Evening Worship ___.._.. 7:30 P. M. muscular aches and pains that often '
Evening Worship ____ 7:30 P. M. cause restless eights and miserable tired. Y
Youth Service Wednesday 8:00 P. M. Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. out feelings. When these discomforts < GLASS : AMOCO STATION :
com on with over-exertion or stress and *
REV. B. B. BRICKLEY. Pastor SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST strain-you want relief-want it fut
CHURCH Another disturbance mar be mild bladder GLASS BLOCK *
L. D. S. SERVICE irritation following wrong food and 0 .. .
Services every Saturday at Mad- drink-often setting up a restless uncomfortable MIRRORS *
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF feeling. "
ison American Legion HalL Doan's Pills work fast in S separate : ARNIE MEDDERS Owner :
LATTER DAY SAINTS Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. way: 1. br speedy pain-relieving actionto 215 W. Savannah Ave. ,

Sunday School ___'m___.. 10:00 a. m. Church Service at 3 p. m. headache ease torment, muscular of nagging aches and backache pains.,
Sacrament Meeting ________ 11:00 a. m. E C WILLIS S S Supt Z. br soothing effect on bladder irrita- Phone: CHERRY2.5285, New Greater No-lead AMOCO Gas,Tires, Batteries & Accessories 9.
tion. 3. br mild diuretic action tendingto .
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Relief Society and Priesthood time HAROLD YATES Pastor Tele- increase output of the IS mile of LUBRICATION WASHING & POLISHING :
and place as announced at Sacra- Everyone. Welcome! kidney tubes. .
Enjoy a good night's sleep and the
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ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN 60 ,.ears. New large aiM saves money.
course with Get Doan's Pits today I 4 MOTORS PHONE HU 3-9419 .
LEGION HALL
10 per cent Down Payment i. .
E R. CARRYL Branch Pres. every SMITH-CORONA portable DOAN'S PILLS | s \
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