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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 27, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOL. LIXNo. 13 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27th 1959 Madison[ Florida Price lOc Yearly Subscription $3.75 ; Delayed Renewals 4.00 i iy


w WYCHE IN AA BALL!

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Jimmy Wyche of Madison, local ,

boy on ; the way up to the worldof vj-I _

baseball, signed this week as

w manager of the Mobile, Alabama

Club for 1960, which is class AA

ball.Jimmy's I A"
<,' salary is comfortably in- : 'J_'. .
to 5 figures for 11 months, plus .
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sizable fringe benefits.
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.B fa His many local friends expecthis
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I I; I next jump to be into the .A

... I majors. Ina year and a half,
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..<"'\...1. I I Wyche has jumped from a class D

> .;. ;: Ii ball club to the AA Circuit.

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t. ., I CARD OF THANKSThe

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I loved ones of Mrs S R Cone ..YF.
MHS HOMECOMING QUEEN LINDA BETH SMITH E. Robert Langley I
wish to express heir heartfelt
I
waves gaily to the big crowd watching last week's District Rotary Governor E. thanks aid appreciation for the

par!!-. in downtown Madison. (E-R Photo). I ROBERT LANGLEY will pay an|prayers kindness and sympathy

official visit to the Madison Rotary
of a baby boy, Nov 20. lie weighed shown during the illness and
HOSPITAL\ NEWS I \ Club on December 2. .
9 lbs. death of our loved one, Our loss ,
Mr Langley is an Oldsmobile is Heaven's ...__.__.._._.._...._ ...._.._-_..-
BABY LITTLETONMr gain.

Admissions: Mrs Frances Johns, and Mrs W C Littleton of 'dealer in Jacksonville, and activein May God bless each one. CLAUDE HART JR., of J B DAVIS, Inc., pilots the :

Joyce Dixon, Pamela Blue civic, business, sports,and Rotary S R MODEL T replica in the r I
I Route 2, Madison announce the CONE and family. big Homecoming parade last

.rs Nellie Bartlnm, Mrs" Emma birth of a baby girl, Nov 21. She activities. week. (E-R Photo).

r Mintzer, Mrs Jobonie Brannon, Mr I weighed 7 lbs 7 ozs. "* '" ATTENDED FUNERAL, OF AUNT RECORD

Jim Bunting, Eddie Musser Mrs BABY MORGANMr LAND DEALS ATTENDANCE Help Fight TB r .i' III

Joyce Williams, W D Webb, Mrs I and Mrs Jasper Morgan, of J L Bullard and son, Johnny, at- The first NFJC Artist! Series

Marie Lawson, Mrs Lorena Kelly, Jasper, Fla conounce: the birth of Melville Henderson to J P Pur- tended the funeral Tuesday of Mr attraction drew a record attend-

Mrs Frances Hughey, Mrs Gen-!1 I I a baby girl Nov 21, at the local nell, Lot 9, Blk 50 Greenville Investment Dullard's aunt, Mrs M E Johnson, ance Monday_ evening for the twoplays. 4 $li&

dyle Littleton, Arthur Albrittonand I hospital. Co lands, Town of Green- held at Altha, Fla Mrs Johnny The Proposal and The Village -

Luther llarrell. I I BABY KELLY ville. who was 83 years of age, died Wooing. 1959.'mu5La.t\S >hSWWXSWUWW\AS\/WtJ 6'RHTlKG5'1959Use

Discharged: Paul Sevor, Rufus I I Born to Mr and Mrs Thomas i Jamie M Brock and husband and Sunday night in Blountstown. Many visitors were noted from
Christmas Seals
Bridges, James Stutts, Mrs Ruth i Edward Kelly of Madison Route Mary M Hall and husband to Birdie -I .r .. .. Monticello. Jasper, White Springs,
Payne, Pr.-nela Blue, Mrs Nellie I 2, on Nov 22st a baby boy weigh- Mae James, Wiz of SW14 of ivir ana Mrs J L. liuiiard enter- Lave Oak and Mayo.

Bartlam Mrs Margaret Gramling,i ing 6 lbs and 3 ozs. Blk 64, Town of Madison. tained with a family Thanksgivingdinner I ----

Eddie Musser, Mrs Johnnie Bran- COLORED PATIENTS Broadus Willoughby to RebeccaS Sunday at their home. Johnny'Burnette of Missis AIr.._and Mrs Winford Dixon ac- /

non and baby, W N Blair, Jim I Admitted: Eleck Timmon, Jesse McCray. 50 ft x 168.56 ft in Guests included Mrs Dullard's Southern College, is here to/spend I I companiei" DY '1i ug ers.'

Bunting, Mrs Frances Johns, Mrs Aiken, Damascus Wyche, GussieMobley original Lot 11, Milltown S/D. aunt, Mrs G B Newsome, of Moul- he Thanksgiving vacation/ with Saundra and Brenda, attended:

Joyce Dixon and baby, John Georgia Williams, Byrd E B Wilson and wife to Gillis trie, Ga; her brother-in-law and I his parents, Mr and Mrs ;J C Bur-:I I the wedding of her brother, Virgil

Truszkewski and Mrs Joyce Mobley. Jones and fife Lot *14, Second sister, Mr and Mrs E E Sloan, and lette. .' Henry Jr, in Colquitt Ga, Friday.

Williams. Dislharged: Herbert Tinsley and Addn to their daughters, Miss Jean Sloan,
Edgewood S/D, Sec 16,I
BABY BRANNON Georgia Williams. Damascus Wyche,, Tp1N, R9 E. I and Mrs Ben Hegwood, Mr Heg-I"I"I Teenage Foursome Wins Top State
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Born to Mrs Johnnie Branncn on deceased. Kathleen B Leslie Allyne L wood and two sons.. '] ? of Moul- I

Nov 18 a baby girl weighing 6 lbs Dice trie, and Mr nd''lIrs Raleigh
Agnes L Buie, Annie B
and 6 Tuten and Pickels of West Palm Beach. 4-H Project Honors Plus Chicago Trip

ozs.BABY WILLIAMS Chitlms Ablaze Buckeye Cellulose Nimmie L O'Neill to -x- .- .,.... KT, .. .>"' ... -" I
Corporation, Mr and Mrs James Moncrief Four boys have received top winning squad at the northwest
Born to Mr and Mrs Johnny lands in Tp 1 S, R 8 E. state 4-H recognition for superior Florida tractor clinic.
Williams of Route 2, Madison on The local fire department was J T Tippett and N N have as guests for Thanksgiving achievement in the electric, President and junior leader of
Tippettand and the weekend Mr Moncriefs tractor beef and swine projects. the Pine Level 4-H Club, Woodruff -
Nov 20, a baby girl. Mother and rousted out of headquarters Sun- wife to C P Kelly, NW'4' ofSVl They will havd an allexpensetrip has found that 4-H can be
parents, Mr and Mrs
baby were transferred to Tallahassee cry afternoon to drench a blazeI ,, Sec 18, Tp 1 N, R 10 E. James A to the 38th National 4-H profitable as well as enjoyable. .
Memorial Hospital. just below the SAL depot. It merchantable timber Moncrief, of Talladega, Ala. Mr I Congress in Chicago, which He plans to finance his college
I reserved for and Mrs Moncrief will be hosts to opens November 29 at the Con education with money earned
BABY PHILLIPSMr seems someone? was cooking a wash. six months. rad Hilton hotel. Announcement from his projects.

and Mrs Clarence PhillipsJr ,'' pit of chitterlings, left unattended, Fagan Lumber Company to A R forty guests at a buffet dinner I He will be the guest of the
Friday night honoring their American 011 Co., donor of his
of Madison: announce the birth i'' and a blaze c'evelopd.' Davis 3 acres in TP 1 N. guests.x :
--- __ __ n ____ ----8 trip.Fifteenyear old
Claude Gibba
TB PLAYS Mr and Mrs Ashley Beggs and I ..1.1i of Pensacola, began his 4-H beef
NO F FAVORITES U.
THE WORLD OF I Mrs Bill Cave returned Mcnday; i ... '. heifer.project Now four years he has ago eight with registered one
r from spending the weekend in Atlanta !
.. Aberdeen Angus
You may have heard that TB gets Mr and Mrs Beggs visited!I ...' which have netted approximately cows ...
its
I'SPDNSDREDBYE stranglehold mostly among the Mrs Beggs' sister sad Mr and Mrs 4 $2500, according to his 4-H record -
underprivileged. But case records I '.. kj book.
show TB can strike .Nat Norfleet, and Mrs Cave visited I He has been president of the .
anyone, any Jacky Strickland John Woodruffof
where. That's because .Mr and Mrs Buck Roberts at Fort Pine Forest 4-H Club four years
everyone with the winners was made by the and last year was elected president
; undiscovered TB is a potential McPherson. University of Florida Cooperative of the Escambia County 4-H
uu-u source of infection. -x- Extension Service. Council. A sophomore at Tate

I r ImFI The man ot the next desk, the Mrs C D Tomlinson has as a Jacky Strickland 16,of Gaines- High School he has been leaderin
9 ville, admits that he was not par his class.E. .
s .ti woman next in line at the super- guest this week her sister, Mrs ticularly interested when he first I. DuPont de Nemours &

1' l' sne aw market check-out counter, the teen- Perry Swindell, of Ray City, Ga began his 4-H electric project. Co. Is donor of his trip to the 4-H
I
ager holding But in short time this his
= on to the adjacent a was Congress.
IttT wv FFAPAPER Mrs
Tomlinson and Mrs
f Swindell
CO.at strap in the bus-these may be favorite. Seven years ago, Lester Bell
!R harboring the deadly TB .bacillus. spent Wednesday with relatives in He hag given demonstrationsat 17. of Reddick showed his first
the University of Florida Agricultural barrow. He has been winning top
Tallahassee.
r tI Any of them may have active TB, They will be guests of Fair annual meetingsof ,
unaware that he is spreading the Mr. anti: Mrs John P Tomlinson at the Clay County Coup and at f
cLsease.l Thanksgiving Day family dinner. local club meetings. Recently, he
Christmas gave an electric demonstrationon
Seal funds
? used
are -x- television, and his demonstration
i ,' MOSS FORESTS THAN ACT 00 6PON50CED SCHOOL IN to protect you and yours from this I I Arriving Thursday morning to be squad merited first prize at
I evc-rpresent danger of tuberculosis. the "Kollege of Electrical Knowl
r' THE SOUTH BY THE PULP guests of Airs H C
r ,;, }' AND PAPER INDUSTRY! Your Christmas Seal money helps Merryday for edge".
, r, r. to inform people about TB itself j the weekend: and to attend the President and junior leader of
and about the Beggs Thanksgiving family dinner the Alachua county Electric 4-H
need to have tuber
/ Club Jacky is also the leader in
f, .. culin tests and chest X-rays. Christmas will be Mr and Mrs John Henry two other clubs. His Chicago trip Claude Gibbs"ter Bell
! Seals help to get active cases i Hiatermister and three sons, will be provided by the Westinghouse -
L into TB hospitals j out of them I Johnny, Sam and Crill, and Mrs Foundation.A awards for his 4-H achievementsIn
again, cured I senior at Jay High School, the swine program every year
a f i il Christmas Seals are II I J H Hir-termister. Sr all of Gaines John Woodruff, 17, Is an experton since.In .
behind the search for better drugs, ville. the maintenance and operation 1956, he began plantingcorn
1H for methods of prevention.You of a tractor. Cleaning the and peanuts to help feed his
) SchaC have received a letter con-I -x- air filter daily and making certain hogs. Last year he raised 17 bar-
. 'e45 taining Christmas Seals from I Mrs Turner Davis and Mrs Crill that all safety shields are In rows and 16 gilts. The Installa-
your place, lengthens the life of a tion of electricity In the barn and
:Madison Merryday spent Tuesday in Jacksonville
: County TB Association.
tractor, according to young construction of a hog breederfor
J1 I A COOPERATIVE EFFORT BETWEEN Send in your Christmas Seal contribution visiting Mrs Helen Marks :Woodruff. the new pigs were additional
I PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND THE PULP AND EXPECT( OJOANCfc> BY today, and use those I who has been ill for a week at StVincent's Last year this capable 4-Wer accomplishments during the last
WtR NDUSTOY-FSOM THESE \ Seals on piece of Christmas won the state tractor driving contest year,he reports.
CONSERVATION FOCE5TERS every
I OUTDOOT LABtfCATOttES WILL COME i Hospital. Mrs Davis, Mrs for which he was awarded a Lester has served as presidentof
\ AlANY OF TDMOeGDWS> ( TREE 61VE5 THIS PHASE SEAL MEANING CF A SCFl00i TO .'S mail you send out, as a reminder T J Beggs Jr and Mrs H C Merry- trip to the Eastern Seaboard the Marion county 4-H Coun-
to others to protect themselves-II contest and 4 piece of luggageto cfl and the Reddick 4-H Club.
I FARMEk'SM0CuLTUIlAL FSOSRAM/ and automatically you and yours day visited Mrs Marks at the hos- take alone Darin the sanvttr The Moorman Manufacturing Co..
I --against tuberculosis. pital last Friday. U WM I Beater of th. will prorid his Cfcleaco trip.



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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27th.. 1959 t
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.7l! "Too Late To Classify"! Turkey Shoot .

Lake i
Cherry Cross Roads

Broadus Wiiloughby Sponsored by Look Look Look!

Saturday, November 28 REALTOR CHERRY LAKE

DOUBLE FEATU- F7Yi -,... __ Phone Office HU 3.6481 AMERICAN LEGIQN Old Methodist i Parsonage is com 1

7 FIEND: WHO \V A LlQD I [ Residence HU 3-6481, Madison THURS., NOV. 26 -
THE WEST, in cinemaScope, star- MADISON, FLORIDA ing down. Must clear lot within
ring Hugh O'Brian Stephen Mc- beginning at 3:30 p. m.
Nally Linda Cristal. Suspenseful FOR SALE 30 days. Will move ground floor
D L Weeks of Windem
was
V thriller against a new background. MADISON One 2 bedroom house close in reasonable distance and remodel to
the guest of Mr and Mrs J 0 Wadea
See what a broke and desperate $100.00 down, balance like rent.
,-n_ n does after a series of set- DRIVE-IN-THEATRE HOME AND INCOME few days this week. suit purchaser. Wonderful opportunity -

tacks on his ranch. Open every night Children under 12 One triplex, good condition- Mrs John Federowich was dismissed -

(in cars) always free. Edgewood S/D, $1500 cash, balance last Wednesday from Pine- for prospective home owner, or
ISLAND OF LOST WOMEN,
monthly like rent. view hospital, where she underwenteye for
rental
I units.
starring Jeff Richards, Diana Jer- BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 P. M. FOR RENT I

gens. Their atomic scientist father I SHOW STARTS 7:00 One 3 bedroom house $:>s month. surgery recently.x See Paul B (Til) Williamson
hated men. They loved the first one PROGRAM -
One 2 story
frame house
they met. He could not hide three closein Miss Bennie F Wilder will have i
$35.00 month. PAUL B. WILLIAMSON I
Friday-Saturday, November 27, 28
beautiful daughters on an island as tier guest next week Miss
DOUBLE FEATURE ,
while he worked. Cartoon. FOR SALE: Six used house trailersin Florence Hill of Jacksonville.
DESERT DESPERADOES, with good condition, some like new. Enterprises
Sunday-Monday, November 29, 30 Yvonne DeCarlo.
Small down and
payment move
IT STARTED WITH A KISS, in Lions Club Mop and
cinemaScope and Metrocolor, star- TEXAS LADY, (Technicolor), in. ROGERS TRAILER SALES, IiU 3-6781 MADISON, FLA.
with Claudette Colbert. U S 90 East, Phone HU 3-6555.
ring Debbie Reynolds, Glenn Ford.
11-tf-ch Broom
Sale Nov. 30
I's a joy ride all the way. En- Sunday-Monday, N.hrember 29, 30 :
tertainment to satisfy any appetite.A LOSER TAKE ALL (Technicolor) FOR SALE: One milk cow. One
real fun-fest spiced with hilarious with Glynnis Johns and Rosanna horse for work or riding. EDGAR
confusion Cartoon.TuesdayWednesday. liossi. BLAIR, Rt 2. Madison, Fla.13ltch _I _


December. 1, 2 Tdes-Wed-Thurs, December 1, 2, 3
DOUBLE FEATURE SHANE (Technicolor) with Alan FOR RENT: To a couple. Up-
DAY OF THE OUTLAW, starring Ladd and Jack Pallance. stairs apartment with dinette and

Robert Ryan, Burl Ives, Tina kitchenette, private bath and
threatenedby shower. Apply MRS M L AFTER
Louise. A cattle empire Mr and Mrs Wilbur Thomas of THANKSGIVING
seven vicious outlaws who gave WALKER, 115 W Dade street.
no mercy. Lake Wales were visitors here Phone HU 36243. 13-tf-ch
Tuesday to attend the funeral of

NEW ORLEANS AFTER DARK, Mrs Thomas' mother, Mrs Tem- FOR RENT: Downstairs apartmentto
Starring Stacy Harris, Ellen Moore. pie Webb. permanent couple, private bath
Dolls, dollars and dope inside New and private entrance. MRS M L
Orleans Murder stalked a hunt WALKER, 115 W Dade Street.
that wrecked a dope ring. Cartoon. Phone HU 3-6243. 12-tf-ch
LEE NEWS NOTESMr Clearance SaleBegins

Thursday-Friday, December 3, 4 WANTED TO HIREVe have
DOUBLE FEATURE openings for two men in our
HORRORS OF THE BLACK Sales Department which pay top
and Mrs J B Whitty, Mr and
MUSEUM, in cinemaScope and | remunerations, paid vacations,
Eastman color, starring Michael Mrs Marcus Cherry and two sons and ideal working conditions for

Cough, June Cunningham. Crimes Allen and Douglas and Mr and the right men. Sales experience

strike London, baffling Scotland Mrs Raymond Mercer and two children helpful but not necessary.

Yard. A story well presented, with Ramona and Frank of Lee, Apply JOSEPH BEVAN, HAR- Nov.
Friday 27th
interest reaching new heights that Mr Bobby Whitty of Marianna, Mr DEE MOTOR CO. 122tchNO

will long be remembered.THE and Mrs T C Gamble and two children HUNTING on my place.

HEADLESS GHOST, star- Susan and Kathy, of Orlando, HENRY MESSER. 12-2t-ch

Ting Richard Lyon, Josephine and Benny Whitty of U of F met FURNISHED Apartment for rent

Ittake. Head-hunting teenagers lost at the home of :Mr and Mrs Carl at 928 S. Range St. MRS G 0

in a haunted castle. Spine-tingling Turlington and family Sunday, fora PURVIS, HU 3-6408. 10-2t-ch
entertainment that's different in joint visit in their home in

action and story. Cartoon. Gainesville. This was a very happy Paying 32c lb. for Seedling /

occasion. All their children were Pecans in any quantity. J. I. "-

Evimude Motors |there to do their part to make SURLES, :Madison, Fla. 13-lt-ch

it a pleasant day. -

Bryan Electric Co.NEWS. Mr and Mrs Thomas Moore and HANSON NEWSNEW

son will have as guests for the aTOJOAF

I Thanksgiving holidays his parents, ARRIVALSMr

OAK HILL Mr and Mrs D-C Mo6re of Anda and Mrs Billy Littleton are

lusia, Ala. !the proud parents of a baby girl
Oak Hill II D Club met for the
The Lee school boys and girls born Saturday Nov 21, weight 7
November:: meeting Monday at' the
will their first basketball
play
withtwel'c lbs 7 ozs, named Jennifer 'Kay.
Crafton
home of Mrs R L
members present. After the game in Pinetta Tuesday, Dec, Mr and Mrs T E Kelly are the ...

usual business session a demon- 1st. Help them make it their best proud parents of a baby boy, born

of the season. Sunday, Nov 22. The man
young
stration was given by Mrs Howard
Mr and Mrs W Wheeler and has been named Thomas Edward ONMen'sLadies'Children's
Coody covering a buckle and some
family of Atlanta were visiting Mr Kelly H.
pointers on makng: a professional
and Mrs H J Brown Saturday.Mr Mr and Mrs John Ball and fami-
__-- ". looking belt. A long awaited\ demonstration -
John Johnson of Jacksonville
'. cake decorating ly and Mrs Thompson of Valdosta
on
jwasgiven
was visiting friends here dinner of Rev and
were guests
by"KrFs "f"T "Srorrlson and
Monday: night. Mrs E L Gurr Sunday.
Mrs Howard Coody. Two cakes
] Mr and Mrs Clifford Ragans of Mrs Delbert Williamson and two

were decorated using techniques Cocoa came for a week end visit children are spending the week with
studied at recent training meet-
a with Mr any Mrs Waldron C her parents, Mr and Mrs B F
ing with Mr Charles Stone as in- j
end
Annell
,Ragans. Orolyn Joycestayed Davis, before moving to Gaines-
structor. This was cue of the most for week's { *
over a
popular of the .ear.1 "Ue_: ..... "'.
programs Mr LaRue Tippette of Cocoa was *
MrsV Ham-
Jjnrr-r of
Brownies, chips and punch was, up for a week end visit with his L.
served during the social hour. parents, Mr and Mrs N N Tippette. burg is visiting her parents, Mr
I and Mrs S P Odom, and brother- Famous
Mrs Betha Buchanan is improv- A/C David 0 Stokes of the Brands Of
in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs
ing from a recent operation in Turner Air Base, Albany, Ga and
Billy Littleton.
the Pineview hospital.Mr I Miss Helen Stokes of Jacksonvillewere BASSGIBSONMr

and Mrs Harley Pennington I week eni: guests of their
I Nick Gibson and Mrs Nora
of.Valdosta. visited Mrs Lilla parents, Mr and Mrs Frank_ Stokes.
Bass united in
were marriage
Craltcn Sunday afternoon. Richard Allen of Jacksonvillecame
afternoon at 3:00 o'clockin
Miss Cheryl Gaston is spendingthe Saturday for an overnightvisit Sunday
the home of the Rev A
holidays with her Mr groom. MerchandiseCome
parents ; with his grandfather, Mrs
and Mrs Calvin Gaston. Mrs C C I Asa Williams, and Mr and MrsR M Rowe performed the ceremony.A .
reception was held after the
Crafton accompanied Mrs Gaston M Moore.
I wedding in the home.A .
to St Augustine Wednesday to j Mr and Mrs Willie Sevor and
book study was held in the
bring her home. baby left Saturday for Jackson-
home of Mrs T H Meeks Thursday -
ville to make their home for a
Mr and Mrs Beasley Cole haveas I afternoon, Nov 19, by Pine

Will guests Cole this and week Mr and of Mrs i few months.Mr and Mrs. L A Almand, and GroveV A also 1\1 met U. Thursday The IntermediateG afternoonin Early for best selections
son Billy Jacksonville -
Nancy, and Steve visited relativesin the home of Mrs R D Davis. j jDon't
and Mr and Mrs Harry
.
Sanford during the week end.LARRY forget church services at
Drake and baby of Panama City. I
Mr Will Cole will preach at the -- Pine Grove every Sunday. All I

Presbyterian church Sunday morn I, C PHILLIPS collections and offerings taken into I

ing. I the church Sunday will go on the I Buy for Christmas

I Larry C Phillips, infant son ofMr pastorium debt. Everybody welcome.I i Giving

Miss America Shop and Car- : and Mrs Clarence Phillips Jr Five new members came into the i

michaers Store for Men and Boys! of Madison died early Tuesday church by letter at the Sunday

of Quitman Ga. advertised aCcarance morning at Madison County morning service last Sunday.
Sale in this week's E-R I Memorial Hospital.
I Services were held at 10 a m HEAR INTERNATIONAL

i: Wednesday at the T J Beggs Jr, ROTARY PRESIDENT Miss America ShopCarmichael's

Funeral Home with the Rev Leon
New Homes t II E Arthur president of the

; Godwin officiating. Interment was I Madison::: Rotary Club, and P S

I i i: in Redland cemetery near Clyatt-|,Cantey- Burch Cornelius and T J
We us Xo. 1 ,
flooring No.1 '
j \'meith the T J Beggs Jr Funeral Beggs ni Rotarians
1 siding, 5 sills. 2x8 floor joists. j went to
sills ant: floor joists termite treated Home in charge. (' Gainesville last Thursday and Shop
I I Survivors are the parents, and:
termite shields J over all bases OurI I I,heard an address by Harold
two and three-bedroom homes are two small sisters, Janice and Ann Thomas, of Auckland, New Zealand -

.- same price as those that use Xo. 2 II Phillips, of Madison; the. maternal. ,,: International president of .

lUMber and 3 sills_Write grandparents, Mr and Mrs Emory i:Rotary.Mr .
f
for Men and
SPARKS BEST HOMES Speer of Valdosta, and paternal!I Thomas, who is on a tour Boys

Matson, Florida I grandparents, Mr and Mrs Clarence of America was the guest of the

. I Phillips Sr of Clyattville. Gainesville Rotary Club.

i Appliances' "Building Bridges of Friendship"is QUITMAN GA.
G-E Screens built to order the theme of Mr Thomas' message ,

to American Rotarians, em-

' Howerton Supply Co. HowertonSupply Co. phasizing the importance of. inter-

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coaw oo some speeine ;JOB oet ethan
cotton (3) manufacturers
SEE OUR LATESTc4 have regarded the coarse of supply
as being too insecure since it was
determined by governmental edict SMITH DRUG STORE

rather than by supply and demand
in two of these instances research
has helped and_aD help 3-6
PHONE HU L62 for
much more prices can be low- Prescription Pickup
ered by reducing production costs
and cotton properties can be developed
And Serviceir
Delivery
to prevent synthetics from
offering any better performances.
6y U nrs Just Look'

Look what has already been
LADIES' COATS CHILDREN'S How would yon like a garmentthat done new insecticides let us
would never need washing, control (but unfortunately not
cleaning or pressing it wouldbe eliminate) the boll weevil. there
$6.98 $4.59 water repellent, flame resistant are chemical treatments for weed
and would wear 10 times as longas control that greatly reduce production -
/ any fabric known today t t costs and of course there is
0 CHILDREN'S UNDER\VEAR. SHOES FOR THE FAMILY that may be cotton clothes a few the mechanical cotton picker .
years front now in fact some micronaire measurements have entered -
LADIES' PAJAMAS FLANNEL OR KNIT of these qualities have already the trading picture in recent
.. been developed by research. years to help better determine spin-
MEN'S FLANNEL AND SWEAT SHIRTS Searches are going on now to ning qualities. a new bale opener -
Improve "wash-and-wear cottons is on the market that can save ;
Many other needed items at and within three years "wash-and- mills up to $1 per bale and a Gifts For Children Gifts For Men

I wear" will be improved 100 percent granular carding process has been
and probably double its market -. developed that will further increase Romper Room Toys
S. a HADDEN & COMPANY I already it is utilizing 800-I II mill efficiency., Complete Baby Dept. Wallets ,
I 000 bales of cotton annually} that
MADISON, FLORIDA would not be used otherwise finer At consumer water repellent level there fabrics are new. Sets
Gifts For WomenShaving
think what may happen when t- new cotton bandages with superior I
,search develops some treatment to elasticity and clinging power Movie Cameras & Projectors
cause dirt to just slide off a shirt Tussey CosmeticsDorothy
and many other ,!qualities are add
adds another treatment that
and
ing to cotton's attractiveness. Gray Cosmetics Polaroid Cameras
the shirt the
TO SELL THE BIG makes odorproof
peak of cotton sales isn't even-in With all this happening to cotton Coty Cosmetics
sight yet if research is given a there isn't much room for pessimism Costume Jewelry Kodak Cameras
proper, chance. if its production is given
Lost Markets the benefits of continuing researchand
Cotton has lost markets for three its marketing is given the Shop For All The Family AtSMITH
MADISONCOUNTY reasons: (1) the support price has freedom to meet competition and
I been held too high (2) synthetics consumer demands without govern
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Damascus A Wyche, age 74, of
CONSTRUCTIONNew MADISON FLORIDADan
Cherry Lake died in the Madison ,
County hospital Tuesday Nov 17,
after a brief illness. He Was a life- and Remodeling :
long citizen of Madison County, Walker, who has been living Mrs L G Sheffield and Miss Ruth
! end a member of Mt Zion AME Howerton Co. the past several years in Tampa,II j Sheffield spent several days last
Methodist church No.1. Before his'I Supply has come back to Madison and is I Iveek in Pearson, Ga. visiting Rev.
, illness he was Quarterly Secretary II onnected with HiUrreM Han'v' 1! and MrPaul Barrett and family.
i of the Pallbearers Society for more I
than thirty )'ears. He was engagedin
farming most of his life. i
I' Survivors are his wife, Annie Mae

MARKET Wyche, of Cherry Lake; nephews, NEWEST ,
Rufus Tompkins and!; Samuel Wyche, Q
Madison, and James Alexander of
J Jacksonville; three nieces, Lula FASTEST
Mae Tompkins of Philadelphia, i
i L USE Hallie Mae Clark and Ellen Stewart -

of New York. PORTABLE
I Services will be held Sunday,
Nov 29, at 2:30 p. m. at Mt Zion rw
i Radio & Newspaper AME church No, 1, Cherry Lake TYPEWRITER '
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with burial in Mt Zion cemetery.Rev : 0
i E J Evans will officiate. Clif- Wry r.M.. : iea ;
ford Stallworth of the T J BeggsJr IN THEWORLD
L Colored Funeral Home in charge. t i
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Funeral services for Howard Bell !
will be held Sunda. !:3() p m. at .
Mt. Nebo church, Hamburg. Clifford '. J J
Stallworth, of T J Beggs, Jr. -* J
WMAFI Colored Funeral Hem? in charge
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Miss Jenobel Zipperer was the
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inspiration for a linen shower Tues- 1
ON YOUR DIAL '
I day evening aat 7:30 o'clock, at the
home of Mrs H D Roberts. Hostesseswith

Mrs Roberts were Mrs Maxie EASY
Jones and llrsValter Williams. e>Ey
! THE MADISON The Fall shades of bronze and
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arrangement of chrysanthemumsThe i
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! EnterpriseRecorderYOUR held similar arrangements.The ANY ANGLE i iI I
honoree received many / NEW .
I ceautiful and useful gifts. She was Yo ,> ;. :
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! Esther May and Mrs Rhoden Day. ,:': ,:, >_ :." IN STYLE..SPEED..SPIRIT
\. The Two Local Advertising Media The hostesses served a dessert : ,'i-' '; : t. > .' !

course of coffee and cake. They _I'';'::'. .0 I Here's a portable that's ALL NEW inside I

! Cooperating To Promote presented linen. the honoree with giftsof and out! Galaxie gives better typing with less :

I effort than ever before. Trace its modern lines. :

Mr* Try its responsive touch. You'll see why the
and Mrs Bobbe: Ragans and
YOUR BUSINESSMr baby daughter Vivian and Miss Sara Smith.Corona Galaxie is everything you. ever
i Millinor of Orlando came Wednesday wanted in a portable.
I II to spend Thanksgiving with
Mr and Mrs Henry Ragans, and
I and Mrs Pat M'lhnor and i iI DESSIE THOMPKINSDessie :Miss Millinor's mother, Mrs Ruth is

I daughter, Francine, and son, Rick I l Millinor. Miss Jean Ramans, of Atlanta FREE: from Smith-Corona .
are spending Thanksgiving in Monti- Thompkins, a well known is expected Friday for a I with Smith-Corona
' cello with Mrs Millinor's parents, farmer of the Cherry Lake section week end visit with her parents every portable. A
" Mr and Mrs D H Mays. died Tuesday night, Nov 24. and Philip Ragans of FSU is also .,m- complete touch typing course on
i Mrs J M Richardson of Ma>odan, Funeral services will be held Sunday here for the Thanksgiving holidays.x .----J records! e 95
. N. C., has arrived for a several Nov 29, at 4 p. m. at Mr -x- I 23 VALUEL
i I f weeks' visit with her soninlawand Zion No. 2. He is survived by his and Mrs T C Gibson are having -
daughter, Mr and Mrs Ira wife, his father, and several sons their living and dining rooms ..
Blair at Cherry Lake.x and daughters. Tillman and James enlarged and other work done at .
Funeral Home in charge. their home on East Rutledge St. '
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Dick McNeal of Pearson Ga spent home Wednesday from the hospitalin .THEE-R
. of Mrs L Ga was the guest of Mrs H D I
guests
Tuesday here as Thomasville, where she had beena
t G Sheffield and Miss Ruth Sheffield. Oxford several days this week. patient.

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Baying for insurance protection by the month Vertle's Beauty SalonPHONE FLA.

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Now you can pay for insurance on your home, MADISON FLORIDA I ISAPPBELL

,. Tar the month. Get the protection
4 .. or business by NUPTIALS IN LEE I,
need and budget the payments. Call us and BAPTIST CHURCH I
you i SPEAK WEDDING VOWS Slight ChargeA

Wll arrange your monthly payment plan.' The Lee Baptist Church was the!!

scene Saturday afternoon, Novem- Last Friday evening at 7 30 the

ber 7, for the wedding of Miss home of Mr and Mrs Douglas slight charge is made for:
MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY Ann Bell, daughter of Mrs Eunice Chambers Jr of Colquitt, Ga was 0 ALL ENTERTAINMENT

Bell, of Lee, and Dozier Sapp, son the setting for the marriage of NOTICES

108 W. Pinckney, Telephone HU 3-6250 ) of the Rev and Mrs Dozier Sappof Miss Mary Alice Widner and (regardless of sponsor)
Madison. The Rev I T Carter S/Sgt Virgil Henry Jr. : $ ALL NOTICES OF MONEY- a

Representing the Hartford Fire Insurance Company Group( performed the ceremony. Miss An improvised altar of white RAISING PROJECTS
Bonnie Williams, organist, and mums was placed before the living (regardless of sponsor)

Claymore Schnitker, vocalist, pre- room mantle, where vows were ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE
BABY PHILLIPSA Jumbo Hamburgers 30c. sented a program of wedding music. spoken. ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY

Choicest of Steaks and Sea Miss Charlotte Bell, sister of the Leon Dawson played I Love you KIND
(regardless of organization)
A little boy, Larry Clarence, was Foods at WHITE TOP bride, was maid-of-honor, and Miss Truly and Bless This House.
born to Mr and Mrs Clarence DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53 Mary Grace Sapp, the bridegroom'ssister Wanda Hillis was maidofhonorand Prices are reasonable. Rising pro-
duction costs force us to omit ALL
Phillips of 312 N Horry St at the was bride's-maid. They wore only attendant She chose a ADVERTISING.THE .
south of FREE
Madison 3-lt-ch
local hospital last Mrs
Friday night. similarly fashioned gowns of nylonnet Heaven blue wool shantung suit ENTERPRISERECORDERNEW
Phillips' sister, Mrs 0 J Johnson, CIRCUIT COURT over taffeta. Miss Bell chose with winter white accessories. Her
and little son Bennie, of Jacksonville
light blue, and carried a colonial flowers were white mums tied with SEATS BEING INSTALLED
are here the Phillips
visiting
family for a few days Dennis Hall Cambridge, probation bouquet of pink carnations. Miss pink satin ribbon.
terminated.Mr Sapp's gown was in a shade of Virgil Henry Sr acted as his Work is in progress this week on '
pink and her Colonial bouquet wasa son's bearer. installation of new seats in the pM
F E Bergman of Tallahassee A
;_ contrasting shade of blue. The lovely bride chose a suit of court room. The new folding type
conducted services at the Presby-
LOVELY BRIDE imported winter white embroideredfaille chairs will completely replace the
terian church here Sunday morning I
GO BY KELLY'SFOR and brough an inspiring ad- The bride chose a formal gownof with white accessories. Her! old ones, an improvement greatly
I dress on the parable of the Rich chantilly lace over bridal satin. flowers were white mums tied: needed.
YOUR WATCH REPAIRING I F ol. The rounded length skirt was with white satin ribbon.

Courteous ServiceOutstanding made of tiers of lace ruffles, and Mrs Widner, mother of the bride ARMOUR'SVEGETOL
Values Mr and Mrs Joseph Bird are expecting the fitted bodice featured a bateau was dressed in gray with black Navaco aluminum

Come in and See Us as guests for ThanksgivingMrs neckline and long sleeves fitted at accessories.
KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP Bird's sister and family, Mr the wrists and ending in points. Mrs Henry, mother of the bride jalousies SHORTENIN*
and Mrs Nathan A Byrd and two She carried a shower bouquet of groom, chose navy with white ac-

MADISON I I sons Robin and Allen, of Alexandra white carnations and fuji mums. cessories, her flowers were red rose Howerton Supply Co. 3 LB
Q W La. Mrs Bell chose for her daugh- buds. CAN
---- ter's wedding a Navy crepeith Rev Leon Dawscn performed the J

white trim, and a corsage of yel wedding in the presence of the Damascus, Ga High school. ..
low roses. familes and close friends. A re-l S/Sgt Virgil Henry Jr was .

Mrs Sapp, mother of the bride- ception was laid with a pink graduated at Damascus, Ga High
groom, wore Navy sheer with I cloth and the beautiful threetieredwedd I School, and attended college for
FUELMORE FUEL matching accessories, and a cor g cake was topped with a Electronic and:: jet cogeering in I

sage of yellow roses. minature, bride and groom stand- Texas. He has been with the U S
/ Charles Sapp was his brother's ing in an arch of satin and pearl I Sr Force 13 years, during the v_ .. ..
best man. Ushers were V T Alderman flowers. Mrs Douglas ChambersSr. Korean conflict and served three LIMIT-I WITH

and Charles Tibbals. Donnie Cut the wedding cake rcid Mrs;1 and one half years in Europe. He 55.00 FOOD ORDESTARKIST
GASOLINE 0 KEROSENE $ TRACTOR FUEL Bell and Larry Alderman lighted Douglas Chambers J rand John I is stationed at Turner Air Force

the candles.A I Base Ga.
Whitaker served. Albany
6 DIESEL FUEL FOR HOME AND TRACTOR USE '
G Bell gave his sister ir Mrs Henry is the youngest. After spending some time with
marriage. daughter of Mrs Levi Widner and l their guests they left on a brief
We are equipped to give yoU' Quick Service. L H THUR-
RECEPTION the late 1trVidner of Colquitt,,I honeymoon to points of interest
MAN and OTIS BROWN are standing by for your service Immediately following the sere. Ga. She received her education ai: I in Georgia.
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,church parlors. The bride's table, I It

covered with an imported linen ,0HUNnNf
cloth, was centered with the three
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tiered wedding cake topped. with a
miniature bride and bridegroom.
Crystal candelabra holding white
J.B tapers flanked:: the cake. Punch l SA hp0

ALLIS-CHALMERS TRACTORS bowls were placed on separate pAi ESS1N

ING tables. r
Mrs Clifford Jordan and Mrs ,

: SHELL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Charles Sapp cut the cake. Pouring A
punch were Mrs Jackie Carroll, z
Miss Imogene Bass and Miss Tern 0
pie Jean Thomas. Miss Carol Evans )

kept: the bride's book. Tj
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trip to South Florida later in S
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$ 9 Valdosta hospital. He was taken

there Nov 20 and Mrs Chason is AI

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FRE-MAR LUSC0L
E McArthur, Burch Cornelius, ji.

'WE HAVE PLENTY FRESH ORANGES, BANANAS, APPLES, Pat Cantey and Tommy Beggs L. PURPLEAMERICAN .
formed a party of Madison Rotarians -
GRAPEFRUIT, TANGERINES, NUTS and SUGAR CANE who whent to Gainesvillelast BEAU-
Thursday to attend a meetingin
honor of International President !
of Ga. Red Sweet Potatoes Harold T Thomas of Auckland, PORK & B
Try some our New Zealand. President Thomas is SHOT GUNS
BROWNING
4 on a trip visiting the various clubsin SOUTHERN M/6 J
Just a Little Better By The Lb. or Bushel the organization. There are
10.300 clubs in 114 countries.x GRITS
Onion Sets-Cabbage PImtsGarden Seed -x- ORDER TODAY! or i ar

Paul Touchton left Wednesday ,
to spend Thanksgiving in Fart .
See us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT-
Lauderdale with her brother and

VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDSURLES&SQNS sister-in-law, Dr and Mrs Lance esern

Webb. Dr Webb, who is pastor of; ..
the Methodist Church in Columbus,
Ohio, is in South Florida recuper-! Associate

ating from serious operation.x Store
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DeFunick Springs spent Sunday
PHONE HU 3-2395
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Hill. Thef were k on a trip to ; \i
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ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON. FLORIDA Danz ec'rrvrE .. .
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BUYS TOOKE BLOCKJ
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0 McDonald the past week
bought the four houses comprisir. Take
24'You The Family
; Block 43 in the city of. Madison -
from the Tooke estate. The
E bloc:, u bounded by Range street OUT FORThanksgiving
on the west, :Macon street on the
north, Shelby street on the east and DinnerYELLOW
Bunker street on the south. The
consideration was $25,000.

saw it in Newsweek. AT :
Mrs T L Fraleigh had as a
now wove got it. the AT' guest over the week end her aunt. PINE !
Mrs W H Fort of Quincy.x .
sensational I Half-Seel -x-
CAFE
and Mrs W E Ward and
1110r children attended the funeral of
Mrs M E Johnson in Altha Tues- WHERE YOU GET A .
day afternoon. Mrs Ward is a
, MODEL d'Q' e eun.t nuerae.rI niece of Mrs Johnson's. TURKEY DINNER


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BAKERY SPECIALSThe + High Class Printing!
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Park Avenue Bakery at Thanksgiving ,
Approaching MarriageMr
Castle Park, Valdosta, Ga is adver
tising their home made, tasty pies
and Mrs Clyde Smithof and special orders for Christmasand
Jasper, Fla. other occasions. CH AR IF? Of All KindsExcept


announce the engagement and THEVEA'fHElt\ .
: : ( Bolita Tickets And
t approaching marriage of their daughter Week ending: Nov 24th L ::... .' Money)
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Mr James E Price Friday 75 43 .00 '<.:. l t.:
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1 p Sunday 77 51 .00 6ltGone Standard
The marriage will be performed Saturday December 19th. Monday 72 55 .00 Typewriters

at 4 pm in the Jasper Church of God, Jasper, Florida.No Tuesday 75 62 .34 to get a cuppa ,

invitations will be issued but all friends are cordially
invited. Total .36 Coffee at Towne Square :
Rainfall week ending Nov 21st Adding MachinesAnd

at Gibson Tower none Lovett "
x .. x wwwMMMMMMMMN'.MMM Tower 0.10 in, Aucilla Tower None, Inn, now open al! night!

Sinclair Tower 0.10 in, Mill Creek

Tower 0.10 in, Madison forestry VALDOSTA PARADEOF Cash Registers

YOU ARE INVITED TOa Ct666 headquarters None. VALUESThe ,
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Sun rises Nov 27th 7:11 am, sets

5:32 pm.Moon business men of Valdosta are
SPECIAL MEETING on: rises Nov 27th 3:55 am. advertising a Parade of Values for
Moon in constellation of Libra Friday and Saturday of this week.
SWINE HEALTHThis ROSSIE JOHNSON Nov 27th. Banners in the stores indicate Underwood & Smith
Funeral services for Rossie Johnson their participation in this after
High tide Nov 27th at St Marks
meeting will be held at 7:30, who died at her home Sunday Thanksgiving Parade of Sales event.
here at the store WEDNESDAY morning, Nov. 22, will be held; light 11:32 am. The public is invited. The stores
NIGHT, DECEMBER 2, 1959 Sunday, Nov 29, at 2 p. m. at Mt will be open until 9 p. m. Friday Corona
PortableTypewriters
THE FARMERS MUTUAL Moriah Baptist church. Interment FROM THE FOOTLIGHTSby night as well asSaturday night.
EXCHANGE will follow at1t Horeb cemetery ( E R'Schlotthauer)

with Tillman and James Funeral Monday evening, Nov 23, the BROOM AND MOP SALE
I An EXPERT on the control of Home in charge. Village Players presented two one
Animal Diseases will be here to Baby Vivian Annette Groover The
Lions' Club
act comedies: Proposal by The at their meet-
show you how you can SAVE Vivian Annette Groover, two _
Tuesday made for ,
ing
Anton Chekov and The Village arrangements
MONEY AND ANIMALS that get months old daughter of Lee and
Bernard Shaw. their annual broom and mop sale
Wooing by George
sick: on farm. Vivian Groover, route
your died en to which
I will take place this coming
the local hospital Wednesday night, The program was presented at the
Monday night beginning at 7 0'-
Itelreshments will be served and
Madison Woman's
Club.
Nov. 18. Services held Thursday -
were
Door Prizes given away. I ID. afternoon Nov. 19 at St. The Proposal was a charming but clock. Members will canvass the Metal And
i town for sales, proceeds from which + WoodOffice
and obvious vehicle" about
Matthews cemetery. Tillman a :young man will go towards the Club's charitable -
M. BROWN Manager James Funeral Home in charge. !and woman who want to get work.
!married but can't quarrelinglong
stop Simon Kinsey was in charge of
The Groover Tractor Company is enough to bring up the sub the program, which took the formof Furniture
FARMERS MUTUAL making an addition to its building
ject. The maid's father intervenes an enjoyable little play entitled
m East Base street. and engineers a proposal. Although The First Thanksgiving Day, put
.... _. by children of the Fifth Grade,
EXCHANGE E't-C" ""' &::;;II"' unpretentious, The Proposal servedto on
Section 2, of the local elementary
TRADE ATJim's set the mood and act as an ex
Madison, Florida school.
1 cellent foil for the Village Wooing.In .
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The Village Wooing a talkative cock, Dana French Christy Worthington -
I: .w.w.w.w.. w.wwwww. English woman, while on a luxury Cowles Tomlinson, Susie ,

W"--MW'--MMMMMMM.I i--------- cruise, is attracted by a gruff, Hitchcock, Junior Webb, Suzanne
i, closemouthedTiter of guide- Knox, Thomas Norris, Edwin Bla-
books. He regards her as a blithering lock, Lynda Webb, Johnny Mc-
Visit Our female. In three scenes the Daniel, Randi Ashley, Harvey Smith, BURROUGHS
Claire Cooke Bill Karstedt, Anne ,
English lass changes her guide-
Mitchell, Edward Odom, Teddy
p BETtER8GGER / book author into an altogether Sauls. Louis Ziarko, Uvcda Eads,
AE agreeable shop-keeper and husbandto Bonnie! Oliver, Patricia Studstill, Remington Clarv
be.The .. Cindy Welch, Stevie Medlin Andy ,
t+ players themselves were Corrie, Tommy Yarbrough and Fred
professionals with much ability. :Bass. Mr and Mrs Hazel Woodard
Will Sandy does an amicable dia-I af-Sisted, :Mrs Charles Knox decorsted -
lect without obvious effort. David the stage, and :Mrs Edward R.CQ Allen And Odhner
Worthington helped with the music
I Novak is a convincing "nice young .
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E;. Shop Early and Use Our Lay-A-Way Plan. compelled like whips,to this fling reporter her lines would rut} SCO::;William or thirty Meads days.Mello, speeding. ADDING MACHINES,


have enjoyed her rather overdoneperformance. Misses Judy and Florida Davis is

. Western Auto Associate Store Mercer University are spending
As whole the program was very Thanksgiving here with their parents -

, J. J. SALE JR.. Owner satisfactory and' I give The Village Mr and Mrs W B Davis Jr.x + OFFICE SUPPLIES
Players credit for presenting an -
108-110 E. Pinckney St. Phone HU 3-2383 of
John Ed and Ashley Fraleigh
show in of such
entertaining spite ....
FSU vat home for the Thanksgiving -
! Madison, Florida are
i ir obstacles as absence of stage-
holidays with Mr and Mrs
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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27th, 1959 .I.

mobile. Glowing premanufacture the county, which has a delightful visited by the sea captain who Miss Sissy Wade of Agnes Scott
reports of the Edsel were climate, but truck was the city's first postmaster.One College is here to spend the I

The_. imDR given out, but somehow the farming, gladioli blossoms, of the oldest orange grovesin Thanksgiving holidays with her
parents, Mr and Mrs J 0 \Vtde.
1gL fihi iaWgMK.AigipKTYRA4 AM MMSTOAi s CUTM Qf MtfTI H08JO* new car did not meet the public cattle raising, citrus, boat build- the state is located in the

MADISON, FLORIDA demand that was expected, ing, sawmills, forest products, county. Next week, Broward Are brakes safe?
Telephone] HU 3-6361 111 S E. SHELBY ST'. for sales were disappointingly commercial fishing, and commercial -I County. your
Published Weekly Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advanci e low.- Perhaps there was not production of sand and

Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Yea::r room for the car in the Ford rock are all important indus-I SCHWINN BICYCLES- / If not drive In today to

Advertising Rated Made Known on ApplicationEntered line, and of course when such tries. Almost every major air-
Franchised! Dealers & Service
at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June a condition prevails and cannotbe craft manufacturer and elec- McWILLIAMS GARAGE }
25. 1908, under Act of March 8, 1879. adjusted, the only thing to tronics firm is represented in HOWERTON SUPPLY CO-
do is to -stop.FastGrowing. the county in connection with
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, 1;. C. MERCHANT\ JR.
AND ASSOCIATES I the guided missile program. A Middle Florida Baptist i
boat works, building Army fibre

:MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 CountyBrevard glass boats is located in the .

NEW. ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 .county, located. on ccunty. The leading agricultural ASSOCIATIONAL TRAINING UNION
CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908T. I
the central East Coast of Florida -I enterprise is citrus fruit; well

C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. is one of the fastest- over a million citrus trees were I

C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor growing counties in the state. reported in the county in 1954-

MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor Its area is almost twice as 5J>. Tomatoes, corn and water- M

MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager great as that of :Madison melons are also grown exten- NIGHTDecember

County and its population, sively. Among the principal

Time Fettled; there is a plenty oJ f though not so many years ago towns (or cities) are Titusvillethe
Thanksgiving trouble yet: China and India, less than ours, is now about ( county seat), Melbourne,
Cuba for another, Cocoa, Eau Gallie and Cocoa 7th 1959
for one thing, :, five times or more as great. ,
AgainComes Panama for another; but al t The location of the Missile Beach.: The county was named
MOBILIZATION
MEETING OF CHURCHES S SAt
Thanksgiving time least the East Berlin and West t Testing Center at Cape Canav- for Theodore Washington Bre

again. Well every day shouldbe Berlin matter, prqbably unsolvable erai, along with Patrick Air vard, Florida State Comptroller, # Macedonia Church

Thanksgiving day and it is at present, Is beingheld Force Base, has been an important 1853-1861. Titusville was named

with some, though many of 'us in abeyance, and by and l factor in the county's for Colonel Henry T Titus, and Beginning at 7:30 P. M. .

forgetbut by general con- by; some solution may we hope phenomenal growth. Tourism is Melbourne was named for Melbourne -

sent we have set apart the will come for it. a great source of income for Australia, the last port EVERYONE WELCOME
fourth Thursday in November -

;(or is it the last Thursday of
the month when the fourth and On Progress Road -

the last are different 1)) as the' Our country is running alongat ,t J

special day for Thanksgiving.[ a high degree of prosperity e a\

President Roosevelt some years in spite of the long steel strike,
ago tried to change and for awhile I though it is making the mis-

did change ThanksgivingDay take of operating on a deficit << .af.alC""i

as he did change so many I and increasing rather than decreasing .
other things, not all of them the astronomical na- FURNITURE "
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for the best, and made it a tional debt. The state of Florida .:.. -it .{c *

week earlier than usual. How- on the whole, is up and t. ,
while the earlier date of- -, -
ever coming, and growing in popu-
fered some advantages, there lation by leaps and bounds even

was so much clamor for the to the extent that it is predicted -

traditional! date that the country -I we will, following the CH 2-1515 128 N. Patterson Valdosta, Ga

reverted to the long-time census next year, have half as
dale of observance. During this many again Congressmen as we

confusion we recall that one now have. Even Madison coun- Free Delivery You can get it with credit at Dowlings

year we had what we called in ty, which has been among the

these parts the Georgia more slowly growing counties,
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Thanksgiving and the Florida
or even losing population in
Thanksgiving, the latter beingcne I some censuses, seems to be on iI
week later than the former. the progress road, what with

Also] we have had here dif- the new industries that have .J
ferences in the hour of Thanksgiving ,;- .
and two new colleges. : :: .
come our '. .... : : i
church services, very

early Thursday morning, even ,{

the preceding Wednesday Kind And Helpful To All : a it .<;+T ,. ;

night, and the traditional ten Then there are a world of $k .!. A 4., ,,..,. 3t
o'clock Thursday morning service t "
natural and material things 1 1.A' ;
the last named of which i
that we have or to which we
\ve have been using again in [
have access and may enjoy.
mere recent ;years, and which
The rain falls on the just andO
we believe is the best hour of
:l the Unjust, and the sun and
the three mentioned. However,
the moon and the stars shine
the particular day and the
I for us all. The flowers, the
particular hour are not nearlyso %
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:f 9
I birds, the trees: these the
important as is the spiritof
poorest amongst us may enjoyas : fA ,j
the season.
well as the richest. Jobs [ i
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art:' plentiful, for the most of A
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Wit! Mixed ReactioTI us, at least, one of the troubles : 4 4 4f
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As always, Thanksgiving I gotten into the habit of want- -

comes, taking Us all in all, with ing more and more for less and : ,t'

mixed reactions. We live in I less work. We have wonderful ...
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world of joy and sorrow, illness if not .', ;/ "" < : '. d ,
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a ; means of transportation .," .. ...
and health, prosperityand I in cars that we own ourselves, d # .,',-
adversity, tranquility and then by bus, train, plane or ;
fear love and hate, life and $ i0t' 1 : _
otherwise. We have good means : ;<; ; JJ ,
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death. For many of us the of communication: by word of I .'... /i. "" ;'< < :'$' '/t!,'"...,, ,",," ''?I'v' :fl-.7.,. "/'" .
.. .. .... v. .::. > : ,::.:' : :. t 2 : "''' '<' > : : ;. j':' +,;:, : /Jr'
lines have fallen in pleasant I mouth, local and long distance .k.a a;, :yr. V ".: ; ;:::\:;:...> < ;

places; fcr others the going has I telephone, radio, TV, the goV-

been rough, and right now in ernment mail service, which, t

our own little community: there though it went up on us last Bowling's has a good selection i ;
I .",
are homes threatened by the reasonable .
,
is still very d
year of Charming Early American. t'
Grim Reaper. the newspapers, magazines, ,'' .'' ,, 'or;
Looks, etc. We have friends and We. invite home makers to. /lit : .; ;.

Held In AbeyanceWe may ioved have. ones faith and in we God have and or in come in and .let us show you r. ..,.. .. r i

should think-in fact, IIJs watchful care. In fact, we this quality furniture. You'll ( .

we practically know-that in have access to so many good be pleased with the modest ,
rIMY homes over the land I things that we should minimizethe
there is joy and thanksgiving little things that at times prices and convenient terms.

that after a long and unneces- vex us and try to be kind and Visit our store, 128 North : i t
sary period of idleness the helpful to all.
Patterson Valdosta Ga. and f _,
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steel mills are running again <. ?
i and the worker is back on the Edsel Discontinued these lovely groupings as y a k' isee

yob; and even though in this 1'
field the future is cloudy, today What came as quite a shock I well as browse through and *

at least, is fine. And off to many who had not followed see the many other items of r rr
r more importance even than closely events in the automobile r
th&jjteel negotiations, the war world was announcementlast Furniture and Home Furnishings I

tension in the world is less week that the Ford Motor we offer. No obligation.PAGE .

than it was a year ago. Oh, we Company was discontinuing
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Devotional Beading: Romans 5:6-11.

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la the four Gospels, \
what event Is the most importantof
all those described in the New :
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Testament Most intelligent Christians t''m'
would probably agree on one
event If it had '' '
particular not happened -
nearly half the New Test- : ."
ament books could not have been :1c f iy

not written.happened If it had \

over a quarter of v:. ; .
the pages of the

New Testament '",.:.:.:..:'
would be blank.If : u., _
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it had not hap-
pened, Christianity :
might well : I

have died by .
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strangulation.For ,
there were Dr. Foreman

many who wanted to strangle it
in its cradle and except for one I

man they might have succeeded. :: r f
Why, Saint Paul happened, to be '
sure! He himself never would sayit r ;
"happened" and we do not mean II I II

that it was a happen-so a chance a
occurrence. He believed to his dying -
day that God planned it, and .
we may well believe he was right. I d
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Confronted With Christ a, aF >
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Saints do not become saints over
night. But they have to start some- \
where, somehow. The amazing ,. T l l'x
thing about Paul is that he did an .
absolute about-face after a cer-
tain day near the city of Damascusin ::4! $sk ... I
Syria. He was to put it in one II.
word, converted. That means in 4. v I.I I.
still plainer English,turned around
faced backward from the way the I
person was going. started in the I
opposite direction.It .
is quite a mistake to think
that unless you are converted justas I
Saint Paul was converted you THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
haven't been converted at all. Thatis s THE
ALL FOR CHURCHThe
as silly as saying that if you

haven't married a girl exactly like Church is the greatest factor on earth for
my wife you aren't really married.As .
Saint Paul was a unique char- the building of character and good citizenship. We go back to the old homestead, the old home town. Perhaps we

acter any way you look at him his It is a.storehouse! spiritual. values. Without a have long anticipated that visit, but now we find that the changes are
conversion would be unique too.
Further his situation was decidedly strong Church neither democracy civilization so disillusioning that we don't care whether we ever return. We meet 1 I

a strange one. He was a can survive. There are four sound reasons why a friend of years gone by and hardly recognize him. He too has changed. I

professional religious man en- every person should attend services regularly and We compare the face reflected from our mirror with old photographssupport
gaged in wholesale murder. He the Church. They are (1)I ) For his
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and realize that, without knowing it, we have changed. We try to use a 1
was a man who belonged to one
own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3)) For of to discover that it is out of date.
of the strictest religious sects of map yester-year only I
the sake of his community and nation. (4) For
that or any other era, and yet en- I
gaged in trying to smash up people the sake of the Church itself which needs his I
who I We shudder a little as we wonder if there is anything that remains
better
were actually than he moral and material support. Plan to go to !
was. He was a man who was passionately I the same.
church regularly and read Bible daily.
devoted to serving God, your I

spending his time making life mis- The Church tells us that there is. Through the centuries it is the
erable (when he could not actually Day Chapter Verses
kill them) for persons who understood Boo. one institution which points to the unchanging God, "the same yester- : II
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God better than he did. Chris-

A man like that, you would Tuesday Daniel 2 20-23 tian congregation seeks to lead men to the one great Certainty, which I
think, is not likely to have a "conventional" -
or average religious ex- Thursday Wednesday Hebrews Hebrews 13 1 6-8 9-12 is God. That is why you will want to start attending church regularly., !

I' perience. Budding Saint Pauls Friday Psalms 115 16-18 Here is peace. Here is assurance. -
since his time may have had some- Saturday Psalms 1 1-6
what similar conversions; but John

. I Doe usually has the John: Doe type .
I of conversion. ,_ Copyright 1959 Keisler Ar/r.Service,Sttasbutf.Virtfnl*

, Confronted With Christ F I
For all that while much in the I

circumstances of Paul's conversionto ; ., -,,

( use a name he did not actually -- ___... ...:'!'.._ _'h !;,- -:--"_ ..._A_... ,' ..,.._-=. r' .. .
bear till some time later) was peculiar -
bizarre or awe-inspiring as
you might think it, still basicallyit

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in it. First of all, it was confronting
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'miracle in Christ Paul's It case.was The a kind miracle of These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week, Sponsored by the Following Individuals and

,may not be so spectacular in other Establishments
:
'cases but Christ Is always thereat

the beginning of every really O 0 arJ
Christian life. It may be a Confucian e a e e f

scholar reading a Bible for
the first time; it may be an artist MADISON DRUG STORE BUDDY SMITH WESTERN AUTO STORE ..
attracted by a picture of the Last DUNN FURNITURE CO.
Supper; it may be a French agnostic The Recall Store HARDWARE J. J. Sale Jr., Owner
seeing Christ in his wife's I
character; or a middle-aged man Phone 'HU' 3-23 00. Madison, Fla. Madison Florida Phone- HU 3-2385, Madison Fla. MADISON, FLA. .

remembering one day how his Phone HU 3-2340
mother used to pray. Somehow or -.
'
other all conversion is based on -

this meeting between an .individualand 'I .
Christ.

) !iESSE R -S
The First Two Question J. B. DAVIS, Inc

, Years later Paul told the storyof BATTERY & TIRE CO.lIORROW\ INSURANCE QUALITY CLEANERS
his conversion, to some people AGENCY Madison, Florida
I who at the moment were bent on MADISON, FLORIDA When your clothes are not be.Madison ,
killing him. He added somethingto FloridaFRALEIGHASHLEY .
the story told in Acts (the best coming to you they should becoming
manuscripts). He relates two questions REGISTER'S AUTO SERVICE
to us Phone HU 32255CHERRY'S
not one which he asked in Phone HU 3-6450 Madison, Fla.CANTEY .
that great and awesome hour near
Damascus. The first question: BRYAN ELECTRIC CO.
"Who art Thou Lord" and the
p second "What will Wiring and Repair-Appliances
one: you have "
t ne to do?" (See Acts 22.) ont TRUCK & TRACTOR CO. MOTOR CO.Madison. 66" SERVICE
those two questions hung all his MADISON, FLORIDA STATION
I future life. Note three things here: .. Phone HU 3-224L Madison. Fla. Florida ._
I he put his questions now to the Madison, Fla.
highest Authority; he wanted to I
J ]mow all about Jesus; and he put

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BAND PARENTS CLASS VISITS E-R I Mr and Mrs R C Dickinson will
B N Gross left Tuesday for! son-in-law and daughter. Mr ant I WNE R I
A meeting of Band Parents was have as guests at a family
Pcnnsauken N J, where she isspending (Mrs W E Vaughan-Lloyd, and tw<)I
held A The Office Practice Class, twenty-
last Monday night in the Band R CIE.a Thanksgiving dinner Miss Whittle
Thanksgiving with her I I children.
four Seniors of the Com-
Room with the president, James young Dickinson, Mrs Roger Asbury, Mr
Copeland, presiding. mercial Department of Madison and Mrs James Hardee and four
Band Director Fansler announced !High School, chaperoned by their sons, and Mr and Mrs Charles
ONE cxoUPLADIES' tentative plans for a Band concertto I teacher, Mrs Arlene Norris visited Hembree and three children.
be held Thursday night Dec 10, I Madison's newspaper. The Enter-
in the Band Room when the band !prise Recorder plant, Monday
will serve refreshments. I The purpose of the visit was to group through the plant explainingthe
observe the plant in operation, operations of the linotypes,
COATS CAMP LEJEUNE N C (FHTNC) learn of the machinery and materials presses, folders etc. Editing, proofreading -
Marine Lance Cpl James p MorrowJr used in turning out a news advertising and the many

son of Mr and Mrs J P MorrowSr Gone to get a cuppa paper.T intricacies of the editorial office

Madison, Fla, participated in C Merchant Jr showed the i were explained.

REG. $39.95 AND $45-00 "Tralex 4-59", an amphibious train- Coffee at Towne Square
ing'exercise involving units of the

Second Marine Division at Camp PATI'ERSONJONES
! FRIDAY SATURDAY ONLY Lejeune, N C. Inn, now open all night!

Parade of Values
Sandhofen, Germany (AHTNQ

Army Sgt James Wright, recently NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
qualified as expert in firing the BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Thanksgiving Specials
4.2 inch mortar while assigned to Notice is hereby given that the
the 8th Infantry Division in Ger- undersigned Dale M Leslie, Clerkof .If
3300MARTHA5S many. Circuit Court of Madison County -
Florida, will on the 7th day Rhythm Step
Miss Gayle Hamilton spent the of December, 1959, at 11:00 o'-
clock a. m. at the Western Front DESIGNERPUMPS
weekend .
in Gainesville, guest of
Door of the Madison County Court-
Miss Mary Ellen Long at the house, in the City of Madison,
Alpha Omicron Pi house, and attended Florida, offer for sale and sell at
the U of F FSU football pubic outcry to the highest and BLACK SUEDEHi
game. best bidder for cash, the following
-x- described property situated in Mad- and lo heels

Dr Elise Duval, of Tallahassee, ison County, Florida to-wit: Regular $14.95
the Lots 2 and 3, in Block 28 of
was guest Sunday of Dr and
the Town of Lovett, Florida, according '
Mrs Marshall Hamilton. 2 DAY SPECIAL -
I to map or plat of said
-x- : Town recorded in Deed Book S, at
Roy Milliron and Tommy and :1 page 230 of the public records in $12.00 #=
Bubber Greene attended the football the office of the Clerk of the Cir-

208 N. Patterson Valdosta Ga. > game Saturday in Gainesvilleand cuit Court of Madison County, r
were guests at the K A house. Florida pursuant to the final decree -
-x- of foreclosure entered in a
Kirby Reichmann and Misses Ray case pending in said Court, the
and Nell Norfleet visited Mr and style of which is
Mrs Nat Norfleet in Atlanta over I CORENE STUDSTILL Plaintiffvs.

the weekend. Mrs Reichmann returned .
AFfER THANKSGIVINGSPECIALS
C W JARVIS and LUCILE JARVIS,
home with them Sunday.x \
his wife, and THE UNITED OUR REGULAR
STATES OF AMERICA, Defend
Mrs Raymond Ross and Mrs $10.99 BLACK SUEDEPUMPS
Frank Hahn of Philadelphia are ants.This sale shall be subject to the \
here at the bedside of their sister right of redemption of the Defendant -
Mrs Joe Mintzer, who is a THE UNITED STATES OF \
patient at the local hospital. AMERICA, as prescribed by Title Hi and lo heels
28, U. S. Code, Sec. 2410 (c).
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Miss Ethel Hopkins and MrsS WITNESS my hand and the \ \ 2 DAY SPECIAL
2 DAYS ONLY FRIDAY & SATURDAYA A Smith spent Saturday in Lake official seal of said Court, this 23rd
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City, visiting Durward Smith at day of November, 1959.
DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk of the \ $10.00
the Veterans' Hospital. .
Circuit Court of Madison County,, S
FABULOUS, Florida.
ERNEST M. PAGE, JR., Madi-
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t THINNEST. son, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff. 'l
SHOE EVENT world's 11-27-ch EMP

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Regularly Priced to $19.95CAPR1CS ...from
Goodyear Tires $12.95
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$7950
670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type,
plus tax and recappable tire.
PattersonJonesValdosta

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BUIE-THOMAS NUPTIALS featured a short fitted jacket with
Mrs Wray Webb has returned Howze, who was ill at Baptist
SOLEMNIZED white fur collar and three quarter
from spending a week in Jackson-I Memorial Hospital. Mrs Howze is I
length sleeves. Her hat, shoes and
NORGE APPLIANCES gloves were royal blue. She carrieda ville with her daughter, Mrs J B now convalescing at her homet 1
Miss Temple Jean Thomas
bouquet of white carnations on
daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe H
WASHERS
REFRIGERATORS, STOVES
a white Bible.
Thomas, of Madison, became the
HOME FREEZERS Mrs Thomas, mother of the Dz"'h q (
bride of Eugene Patrick Buie at

1st Payment Due February 15th 1960 a pretty ceremony at the bride's !dress bride, and wore rose a pink blue carnation crepe sheath cor The of
home at seven o'clock Thursday, I jury composed
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evening Nov 12. The Rev James sage.Mrs THE
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I Buie, the bridegroom's THAT'S NOT ALWAYS TRUEr
QUTTMAN ELECTRIC CO. Barber performed the ceremony. mother, chose aqua and black I LOP A ,JOKE our satisfied customers
The bridegroom is the. son of
I printed silk, black accessories and
Mr and Mrs C Miller Buie of '!has reached a verdict:
ELECTRIC, PLUMBING & HEATING CONTRACTORS Madison. corsage of pale pink carnations.A .

FIXTURES APPLIANCES, LAMPS, TELEVISION, Vows were spoken at an altar guests reception was held for immediately seventy-five following for everything fine in
arranged in front of the living ; t
RADIOS HOME REMODELING & FINANCING the ceremony. The tieredbride's
room mantel. Ferns and palms the Auto Parts line,
a
cake was placed at one
Johnnie Bowen, Phone 4551, Quitman, Ga. made a pretty background for a I J I
end of the table, and at the other
basket of white mums and gladioli
I flanked with branched candelabra! end was the crystal punch bowl. I you should have your
Candelabra holding lighted candles
J Dr N Jordan Akridge and three holding white tapers.
with a bouquet of fuji mums and repairman come to our
I sons, Chip, Mike and Philip, of I i The bride was given in marriageby centeredthe
Carnations at the base
Cocoa, came Wednesday to spend! Tires her father, and had as her maid- ..
Goodyear $12.95 table. -i store.
Thanksgiving with Dr and Mrs J J of-honor and only attendant Miss I 2
Mr and Mrs Buie left later in
Conway, and Mrs Akridge and Carol Evans. ,
baby, who have been here for an 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type,' Leslie Buie, of Jacksonville, was the evening on a wedding trip to ""
extended visit with Dr and Mrs plus tax and recappable tire. his brother's best man and carry- West Florida.

Conway. Dr and Mrs Akridge and ing the ring on a satin pillow was
MESSER bride. Friends regret to know that MrsS
children will leave Friday for Larry Thomas brother of the
B Algeo of Greenville is seriously -
The maid-of-honor chose an
their home in Cocoa.x
avocado sheer woolen sheath dress ill at Archbold Hospital. She
Battery & Tire Co. I AUTO PARTS, Inc.
entered there last Monday. .
designed with three quarter sleeves. .
Mrs James Hardee San- -
and son ., u' :rtu l( :Ia"ifJra r.P irt I
Her hat and accessories were brown >
dy spent the weekend'in Tampa -- MACHiN i'SHOP. iRV, ,
visiting the Peter 0 Knights and and bronze she carried feathered a tailored nosegayof G-E y :: :pj KNE'\fsTMADISON\ : ,FLAiPho_ HU 3-2221: : .
mums. AppliancesCo.
other relatives.
Miss Ethel Hopkins has as
The bride was modishly attiredin LIVE OAK, FLA., PH. FO 2-2329; QUITMAN, GA., PH. 4401
_- -___rt' f Thanksgiving guests and for the a white woolen suit which / 1_
remainder of the weekend Miss
Margaret Stewart and Mrs Jeanette
Smith-Corona adding
. Lowry of Tampa.

- Machines typewriters Mr and Mrs-x-Elmer Fisher and

son Butch are spending Thanks-
and cash registers. giving in Jacksonville with their Y ALDOST A'S
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Fashionable dress and casual styles.Many with

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expansion bands, simulated alligator,leather,
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Any pine timber for sale, regardless insures the
of quantity; selective cutting or Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course
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whole tracts. Please call ADEL. I best
I reception
GEORGIA 7161 or 7501, COLLECTi9jr
,_ write New Machines $59.50 and up
1 Prompt T-V Repair Service
DEL-COOK TIMBER CO. I CALL VALDOSTA CH 4-2304 COLLECT

P. O. Box 499 Service in 24 Hours J
ADEL GEORGIA I New & Used T-Y Sets
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Kindly pull over to the curb. I at The May ShopIN
When buying your! Our newsboys have instructions i Phone: 6601 Quitman, Ga.
to C STAY OUT of the streets, and MADISON, FLORIDAWe
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
E-R fromNewsboys we' will appreciate your cooperating Gift Wrap-Give S & H Stamps Does
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THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN County, Florida, at his office-- in- the-
luch. THE COURT OF THE COUNTY court house of said County at
Please DO NOT park in the THINKING JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY Madison, Florida, within eight
street and make your newsboy run FOX GO-BOY CARTS .
FLORIDA IN PROBATE.In oilendar months from the time ut
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out into the street to make a sale. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.SUWANNEE I re: Estate of Miami Jane Donnelly. the first publication of this notk, ,
Deceased.TO Each claim or demand shall be in
ABOUT MOREINSURANCE I ',.... ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS writing, and shall state the plans
-- HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -of residence and post office ad-
? care send AGAINST SAID ESTATE: dress of the claimant, and shall h.-
RIVER $1-per-package, to feed You and each of you are hereby sworn to by the claimant, his agent;
hungry people abroad. notified and required to presentany or his attorney, and any !.ul"h
I '- claims and demands which you, claim not so filed shaH be void.
CARE Food Cnisadr or either of you, may have againstthe INES TERRY, As executrix New York 16, N. Y., or estate of Miami Jane Donnelly, the Last Will and Testament tit
JUNIOR COLLEGE your local CARE office deceased:: late of said County, Miami Jane Donnelly, deceased.
to the County Judge of Madison 11-4t-pd

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FOR NEGRO STUDENTS {

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budgeteers and two-car families. Cuts fuel bills,maintenance, insurance,

TWO-YEAR STUDY PROGRAMS: i.- _. and repairs f Already chosen by more than 1000 fleet and taxi owners.
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Records show: operating and maintenance costs 19%less with The Lark.
C. E. QUICK
1. General College Courses } ,'" If money matters, here's the mostest for the least-at your local
HO 3-6168 BOX 292
Studebaker Dealer's YOUR CHOICE OF SIX STUNNING STYLES
Pre-Business Education Course :MADISON. FLORIDA
2.
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ADAPTAPLAN.TUa COMPARE LARK PRICES..INCLUDING THE LOWEST-PRICED U.S.
3. Pre-Engineering Course MADE'CONVERTIBLES, HARDTOPS, AND 4-DOOR V-8 WAGONS.
Gulf life agent can: ten you
Low with Adapi-A-Plan. your toftwanc -
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FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK COBLE'S Brought You Weekly By New and Remodeling 3
pn,
Howerton Supply Co.

HowardTo Studstill

Minutes of the Board of


Pow l v Lumber Co. Public InstructionNovember ,

3, 1959
The Board met in special ses-
GROVER CONE, of Greenville, do sion on the above date with all j
THINK OF oo members present. The purpose of
EVERY GUN TIU WHINFI* a you read the Rshermans Calendar the meeting was to convass the I

AS A LOADED ,C' Hm* returns District for Election.the Special Tax School
GUN /
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by the chairman, 2 Mr< Cherry and

CHECK THE COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR the following tabulatioon was made:
Eugene Mugge 394J
TAKESOMEONE -
DON'T SHELL CHAMBER FOR THE WEEK NOVEMBER 29 THRU DECEMBER 6 H Phillips 3S6IJ
ELSE s
r OF EVERY GUN Waring 423J

WORD s .. YOU HANDLE TO Time for Each Pay, "Tens When Fish Bite Best"SEE II Plant 1
WHETHER W C Copeland Jr 1W

ITS LOADED SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN B Ezell 1 1 1TALBOTT

,. LOAD. OR NOT 29 [ 30 I 1 I 2 I 3 I 4 I 5 I 6 S M E P Whitty Tuten 1 1

6:11 6:58 7:46 8:3-1 9:25 10:18 11:15 12:13 Jack Woodward 2
YOUR GUN AM AM AM AM AM AM AM PM Four other names were written
in, receiving one vote each; how-
ONLY WHEN ever, the last name only was recorded -
J6 \ I Blacker the Fish Setter the Dcy for Ihhing
HUNTING/ I and to avoid misinterpretation -
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UNLOAD from the public record.

1-10 Ttff'Lf} IN YOUR CAR YOUR AT GUN HOME* HOW ARB 'TUDSTiLLLUMBER 10 S 5 Mills mills mills 333 8 3

AT CAMP
? v 4 mills 1
FLORIDA. AMS AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION COMPANYHU 2 mills 2
0 mills 3

3-6106 MADISON, FLORIDA There being no further business,
the Board adjourned.s
,' MARCUS CHERRY Chrm.
ATTEST:
sl GRIFFIN BISIIOP. Secretary

COMPLETE PEST CONTROL Minutes of the Board of you to be are commended handling this and fire it is loss our is

opinion that to go ahead with the
FREE INSPECTION Public InstructionNovember
repairs to the building and the PAINTAND
BURKE EXTERMINATING CO. furnace, keeping an account of
4, 1959 labor and parts as you are doing,
The Board met in regular ses- is the only way for us to accurately
JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist sion on the above date with the determine the extent of damage. As WALLPAPER CO.AT .
[following members present: Messrs soon as the extent of damage is
Q 111 East Green St., .William> II Bailey R R Dugan T determined, we then will accept a CASTLE PARK
0 Phone 293JPERRY P McLeod, and A H Smith; absent: proof of loss and send it to the VALDOSTA, GA.
Mr Marcus W Cherry. The meeting interested insurance company for
FLORIDAWe was called to order by the vice- their consideration.Very viewed by the Board. free parkingWe

Roaches Ants Termites Fleas and chairman, Mr Dugan and opened truly yours, There being no further business, of Dwoskln
exterminate: with prayer by Mr Bishop. s/ Alan L Sanders, Adjuster.I the Board adjourned. have a complete line
Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc. The annual meeting of School Financial statements for grades S.' MARCUS W CHERRY Chrm. Wallpaper and 1500 colors of Paintsto
Board Members and Superintendents 1-12, North Florida and Suwannee ATTEST: select from.
rn for the State cf Florida was called River Junior Colleges were re s'GRIFFIN BISHOP Secretary
Precisionware Kitchen Cabinets to the attention of the Board, to be

I SPORTING NEEDS HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. I! and fceld 10.in Motion Jacksonville was offered November by Mr 9 Exp ens e-paid trip for 2O farm couples: !

McLeod, seconded by Mr Bailey,

MOTORS Minutes of the Board of William authorizing Bailey the Mr Superintendent Alex Smith, and Mr .
EVJNRUDE
0 meeting. The motion was carried.
g CAMERAS & SUPPLIES Public Instruction Mr T P McLeod to attend this
$ FISHING TACKLE Audit report for the Pinetta BIG* y.
9 BROWNING WINCHESTER Junior High School was received
MADISON FLORIDA and reviewed by the Board.A .
REMINGTON GUNS October 15, 1959 maternity leave of absence for
$ HOBBY CRAFTS The Board met in regular session ore year was requested by Earlean
COMPLETE PHOTO SHOPS on the above date with the Corbin, librarian at Madison County BERMUDA-1.J e.
following members present: Messrs Training School. Leave of absence -
SPORTING GOODS Marcus W Cherry William Bailey, was granted upon motion by -
9 LAMBRETTA MOTOR and T P McLeod. The meeting was Mr McLeod, seconded by Mr Smith S
SCOOTERS called to order by the chairman according to existing Board polio
Mr Cherry.A covering leave; motion was carried. HOLIDAY
brief study was conducted of The following letter was presentedto
THE SPORT CENTER overall expenditures in various the Board relative to the fillingof i i
p4 areas of the budget for a three the position above: > ->' -

Castle Park Shopping Center year period. Comparisons were also November 3, 1S59 -
made of expenditures in budget Board of Public Instruction In February, 1960, 20 winning i .. '
VALDOSTA, GA. arras with other counties in Florida. Madison, Florida
couples in the Allis-Chalmers '
I There being no further businessthe Gentlemen:
Board adjourned. It is respectfully recommendedthat Fall Purchase Contest will va
MARCUS W CHERRY Chrm. the vacancy at Madison Training .
cation in balmy Bermuda and
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NAVACO AWNINGS ATTEST: School be filled by using Jeny-
I HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY I s/GRIFFIN BISHOP Secretary. ethel Merritt Registrar, and Mar- visit fabulous New York City._ ..
garet Battle, Librarn at Su.van-
nee River Junior College on a half I l .
i time basis. Contest is easy to enter- .

THE YIELD IS UpON SAVING AT This will allow the Board to paya by doing part of your spring
proportionate part of salaries: from "
grades 1-12 and receive services of equipment buying now

I VALDOSTA FEDERAL two competent people. This divisionof
duties will not jeopardize services Real opportunity to t. '
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level.
ANNOUNCING- at sincerely the college yours entries are limited to Allis-1 ."..a.:r ;. I

i s/Griffin Bishop, Superintendent.A Chalmers customers whose

.<.:.JJ.:::.:.:<.::.<.:J1t .'. Bailey motion seconded was byIr offered McLeod by Mr, buying qualifies them between .. ..- .,. ..; ,..
t i : instructing the secretary to writea September 25 and the end of ..
to the Board of Public;
letter '
the
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year wV
Instruction of Taylor County Florida '
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requesting a discontinuance of
bus service by Taylor County buses BE A WINNER! Plan to

carried.ii.to Madison County; motion was join the other winning couplesfor

The following letter was received a week of fun and sun. J//\/ \ .
; from Mr Alan L Sanders,. Insurance ;
SEE US FOR THE DETAILS
Adjuster, concerning the recent -
Anticipated dividend rate on insured fire damage at Madison Training RIGHT AWAY! ,: ,n.

savings payable December 31, 1959 School:
1959
October 20,
EARN FROM r'UE FIRST sulfc to.fooVol, riot and local lows.
FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th Mr Griffin Bishop, Supt. traolf i.
Public Instruction Madison County -
OFFICE HOURS "
Madison, Florida
MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM Dear Mr Bishop: I Ask in obowf Iht"Afft-Cfiofmm plea fa
Since we were in Madison last finance your time purchase of farm quipmenf.
THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON in
Bank
week we stopped by the
Greenville on our way back to I
The New Tallahassee. Mr McLeod at the
Ikjik requested that we make some ALIHALMERS
statement in writing, authorizing the r aar.as
repairs to the school building that SALES AND SERVICE
recently sustained the fire damage,
in order that the School Board
would not be criticized in the event 0e h
auditors checked your books.
I Saving & Loan Association This sort of request actually puts ALLIS-CHALMERS TRACTORS

,t. 115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA. us on the spot in as much as we do INC.
t not have the authority to authorize
The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You, Small other
repairs to anyone's property
: : SHELL PETROLEUM ..
PRODUCTS
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I .- LEE 4-H CLUB NEWS BRIDE-ELECT FETED ON SUWANNEE RIVER GROUP Mrs R L is
did.There were two judging teams I Mother of Mrs Thomas Thanksgiving Simpson in Clearwater spending with

! from Madison County this year.. Gov Collins Thursday appointed Mr and Mrs Wilbur Allen and Mr
The Lee 4-H Club held its monthly
''I. meeting on Nov 18. One team came in tenth place and Miss Jenobel Zipperer, a popular members of the eight-county Su- DiesMrs and Mrs R L Simpson Jr, who are
Gail Woodard started with her the other in twelfth place. Of the bride-elect, was feted with two wannee River Authority. Van H in the States on vacation from
,
Temple Jane Webb 65, of
demonstration. She demonstrated on girls on the Madison County judging lovely parties the past weekend.Mrs I Priest was .appointed to represent Branford, mother of Mrs Emily Cambridge Beach, Bermuda. Mr
orange nog. She is in first year I team Sharon Waters came in Guy Morrow, Mrs Pat Milli- Madison County on the council. Thomas, of Madison, died Saturday, and Mrs Simpson Jr will accom-
food preparation. She did a very I first place and Udean Colvin came nor and Mrs Fred M.ickler.were. Aluminum screens: and frames Nov. 21, in a Live Oak hospital. pany Mrs Simpson "home Fridayfor
j good job with her demonstration. i in second place. This was the girls hostesses at a miscellaneous showerto cost less than wood. Services were held at 3 p. m. Tues- a visit. ,
first time on a judging team and forty or more guests Friday day in Corinth Primitive Baptist -x- '
I We had two girls to entertain .
l us who were taking recreation. we think they did a wonderful job. evening at the Morrow home com HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. church two miles south of Lee. Mr and Mrs Ashley Beggs spent
There will be more news in next plimenting Miss Zipperer. Burial was in the church cemetery. the weekend in Atlanta with Mr
r They took part in the meeting asa SHOWER FOR BRIDEELECTMrs Survivors are her husband, D D
month's write-up. Alba Plena Camellias were usedto and Mrs Nat Norfleet. They were
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I demonstration for their Recreation
Randell Gaston and MrsV Webb, two other daughters besides
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Sharon Waters-Reporter decorate the accompanied by Mr Fred Mickler i
! projects. They were Geraldine rooms. \ L Gaston entertained with Mrs Thomas. They are Mrs Dazella
a who returned home Sunday, ac-
j Almand and Sandy Holloway. Mrs John Wadsworth and Miss shower Saturday Seals, Clearwater, and Mrs Adel j
afternoon
at the companied by Mrs Mickler, who
Catherine Morrow assisted the Thomas, of Lake Wales brother, i
i First Geraldine taught us a game former's ; a
country home complimenting had been with the Norfleets for I
! then Sandy taught us a trick. It Sherwin Williams hostesses in entertaining and ser- Miss Zipperer. John Johnson, Jacksonville, 13 i
I took a long time, but we finally ving sandwiches, cake and coffee. were used to Lovely decorate camellias the- grandchildren.Mrs grandchildrens., and five great I ten days. -x- i 1

;' caught on how she did it. We all Paint Mrs Bill Cave and Mrs Dale Les- rooms. The honoree received: many Mrs A E Fraleigh and Mrs J G I
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,, enjoyed this part of the meeting lie assisted the honoree with her lovely gifts. Her I
gifts from the Arthur Sharp left last Ashley were guests of Mrs A G j
p and each month we will have someone Bryan Electric Co. gifts. The hostesses presented her hostess were china in her pattern. Friday for Andalusia, Ala for a Paul Jr in Lake City several days, I
to entertain us as these girls with silver in her pattern. Cake and coffee 1
I were served several: weeks' vi1itith., .. .. relatives last week.
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higher. Values to 49.98 Values to 65.00. All Wool and

All the wanted fabrics & styles Cashmere and Wool

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Fall Suits 19.90-29.90 Skirts 20( to 50% off S


Values to 49.98. Many colors Blouses 1.90 to 3.90

RAIN COATS HATS CAR COATS many fabrics. Sizes 9 to 15, I

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Plymouth, Mich, are new residents
I here. Mr Davis now owns the former J. M. LASHLEYPhone
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; :ng in Jacksonville with
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and Mrs II C Cooper, and theirfamilies.
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THANKSGIVING CHRISTMAS I I Florida t
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, REAL, ESTATE BROKERAGE: Wedding Birthday and Party Cakes
ACREAGE FARMS HUNTING SEASONNOW

BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL PARK CENTER BAKERY

ESTATES RESIDENTIAL repairing done by set "doctors" OPEN
APPRAISALS 414 E. Park Ave; Valdosta, Ga. Phone CH 2-0577
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE BUY YOUR HUNTING NEEDS HERE!
TITLE INSURANCE
112 West Base Street AGRICULTURAL CONSERVATION
MADISON. FLORIDA Electricity PROGRAMThe
Phone HU 3-6277 Camouflage Suits
County ASC Committee,
Friend
Foe
FOR SALE: Florida Black Rye $3.50 or Soil Conservation Service, Forest Jackets
.- Hunting
per bu. CLIFFORD LESLIE, Pin- Electricity, when properly used, Service, Extension Service and the ,

etta, Florida. 9-tf-ch is a great convenience. It lightsour governing body of the soil Conser-I I r Hunting Boots "

FOR SALE: Florida Black Rye homes and other buildings; it vation District jointly announce the
and AB110 Oats. High germination. We know how to diagnose yourTV's powers our radios and televisions, 1960 ACP Program. The initial Hunting Vests
CARL SMITH, Rt. 2, Madi- ills and cure 'em fast our washers and dryers, our refrigerators sign-up period is December 1

son, Fla. 9-lt-pd. and freezers, our air- through 31, 1959. Hunting Bags
-QUrfMAN conditioners and heaters, it even ,
FOR SALE: AB 110 Oats. High warms our blankets. This is a voluntary program, the

germination. HOWARD HUGHEY, TELEVISION SERVICE Improperly used-either by over- basic purpose of which is to aid Game Carriers .
Rt. 3, Madison, Fla. 10-4t-ch loading circuits or using faulty farmers in achieving necessary con

FOR SALE: Seed Cane. EDGAR: 401 E Stevens St. wiring or faulty applianceselectricity servation of our soil and water re Shell Belts {
We Repair can and does cause fires. sources.
KING Cherry Lake. ll-2t-pd
Record-Players-Automobile RadiosA One of every five fires in 1958 Those requesting cost-shares for Hunting Caps

BEFORE SELLING your timberor Few Choice SelectionsIN were from electrical causes. needed practices should think about
timber land please see me. We USED TV SETS Don't overload circuits, and don't their conservation problems and Shells, CartridgesShot
are also interested in buying a Work guaranteed satisfaction use faulty appliances or faulty for
plan meeting them before the
limited amount of pine-hardwood PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE wiring. Electric fuses are safety Guns, Rifles
devices to protect property against opening of the initial sign-up period.
pulpwood delivered by trtfck to OUR WAY OF SAYING
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. 'THANK YOU" fire from overheated wires and Hunting Packs
See, write or call Phone 9481 Quitman, Ga. ;. short circuits. Use only 15-amp Mrs Fred Sills of Atlanta is -
L. P. GIBSON Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers fuses, unless your property is visiting her daughter, Mrs JamesE T Shot Gun Cases
Rt. 3, Madison, Florida wired for heavier current. Henderson and children at the

Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 NOTICE: I have bought the GV home of his parents, Mr and MrsT ..... ... Boot Sox.
PECAN BOWL CONTESTANTS ti---
FOR RENT: A one-bedroom garage Wiggins Welding Shop on U S Z Henderson, Mrs James E Hen- .

apartment. New furniture and 90 east. Am now open for busi- Monticello, Fla.-The Monticello dersoon and three children will..

gas heat. Apply Mrs J J Newman ness and cordially solicit your Tigers, boasting an 8-1 record for sail for Germany Dec 3rd to join Southern Salvage Co.
HU 32523. 13-lt-ch I trade. H J DAVIS 13ltpdT. her husband, Sfc James E Hender-
Phone the season, will be the host team I..*
I in the Third Annual Pecan Bowl .son. I ARMY-NAVY GOODS- (PAWN SHOP)
FOR RENT: Furnished apartmentwith December 4 and -x-
contest here on
one bedroom, living room, V. ADVERTISEDT. will be matched with the always i Miss Ann Folsom of FSU is at VALDOSTA, GEORGIA 111 SOUTH ASHLEY ST.
kitchen and private bath, for home for the Thanksgiving holi-.
couple only. Also for sale: Three V. has increased the demandfor formidable Santa Fe team. days. I
fuel oil heaters. MRS E F DICKINSON AVON gifts and cosmetics. Monticello won the North Florida
Phone HU 3-2396. Make spare time pay in cash. Conference crown on November 13 4 '
6-tf-ch We train you. Write AVON, by defeating Madison 39-7. Santa i ii
Box 3103, Tallahassee, Fla. ii i
win iI i
HELP WANTED Fe also has an early-season I
over Madison and is runner-up to I

Want to make $20 or more in a Caught up at our place on Lake Stark in the Keystone Conference,
dad for part or full time route Rachel one boar hog. Owner I with a 4-4 record. For more
woik? Man or woman. Write Mc- identify and pay for this ad, M
NESS CO., Box 2766, DeSoto Sta. PARRISH. 10-3t-pd I Mrs C C Matheny and two F

Memphis 2, Tenn. 12-2t-pd I daughters, Janet and Nancy, and (r than 50 years i

WANTED: Settled white woman to JOHNW.WADSWORTHRegistered Francees Jane Plant left Wednes- Y

live inure of house and 2 day to spend Thanksgiving in Florida '
school age children. Pleasant and Tampa, guests of Mrs Matheny'ssister 1more motorists
quiet surroundings. Write Book- SurveyorPhone While
Mrs E H Strickland.
520 W. Brevard St, Tal-
keeper there Mrs Matheny will have '
a
lahassee, Fla. 11-3t-pd HU 3-2372 'L1 have driven with'Standard
MADISON. FLORIDA check-up following her recent ear!
WANTED TO BUY EAR CORN.I surgery.

Will pay $1.00 per bushel and For your grinding and mix-: -x- Oil
haul it, or $1.05 delivered. WEST' Mrs J J Newman was hostess to produ ts
ing on your farm, call
HENRY MESSER. 11-2t-ch. two tables of bridge Thursday
END MILLING COMPANY, afternoon. Guests were members of than \

BROADUS- REALTOR WILLOUGHBY->- Qditman collect. Ga. Call phone 4971 the Thursday bridge club. Mrs () )t any other Ii

Roger Asbury and Mrs James Con-
Phone, office, HU 3-6481
Phone residence. HU 3-6481 way won the high score prizes. The brand
MADISON. FLORIDA hostess served pound cake and cof I II
WANTED! GIRARDIN JEWELERSFor fee. I
Listings, on 25 small, medium, or 1
,
large farms ranches or
dairies. Have some good prospects. .

WANTED: Some nice, soft, clean SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL P.
rags. No buttons or woolens. THE DIAMONDS JEWELRY s.s".: .
ENTERPRISERECORDER.LOST EXPERT REPAIRING 44.'! ; ..JOot.... t r: i; :1

Gulf LifeADAPT -- ,"" /!"\' .,"'...,.-r,.-.. # :-0. j.t ..> '. -: .... ".t\,<,"'v''r'<;.PJ I',' : --r-...._
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: One male bird dog, age 3 y. :..-J<. "M' :... is <1\: :.s1S C .S5f .,> s: 3JaiiiliSlii
MEMBERS : "" -
years, weight approximately 75 A -" ")_. .iiifiiiHlr .......)....._uu___ __ w.: ...- .<: } .*.....-!.-:-_'
pounds,. color .solid white except NATIONALBRIDAL I PLAN mlLJS lj

right ear and eye orange color s ,
and left ear orange color with ''C 5 SERVICEVALDOSTA Fits your

orange- color spot in forehead. changingneeds

Name JEEP. Got out of my pen GA.
2 weeks ago today. I will give ,

$10 reward for information lead- 303 No. Patterson
ing whereabouts of the above

dog. P K ROWELL. PO Box 213,
iii:
Madison, Fla, phones IIU 36157or ScruggsFORESTER The retirement plan you ITANOa.O.oi, corM rur.
HU 3-6111. 112tch. ua
.buy for tomorrow can

NO Hunting, No Fishing, No Tres- REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. help meet today's needs

passing on my farm. WALTER HU 3-6186 thanks to the
CONE Greenville, Fla. 10-6t-pd MADISON FLA. exclusive AdaptAPlan.Ask .

MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHENwith ADVISORY COUNCILAt your Gulf Life
G-E appliances and PRE- representative.Gulf.
CISIONWARE CABINETS. Up a recent meeting of the
to 5 years to pay. Call or write I
Florida Board of Parks and Historic
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. HU
3-6681, MadisonFla.. 7-tf-ch Memorials, the following Madi- Youve got to be GOOD :
son County citizens were appointed
LIVE STOCK AUCTION members of the Advisory Councilfor .
SELL your cattle and hogs in our the Drew Mansion Historic 10 STAY out in front!
auction each Monday. Sales start at
1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK Memorial. .
3-tf-ch Van H Priest, Mrs R C Horne Life
YARDS, Monticello, Fla. STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Beasley. Cole, Mrs Marcus Cherry,

FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm Coleman Richardson. a INSURANCE CKENTUCKYJ
It will be the duty of the Ad- COMPANY
$
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Timber Ranch Loans visory Council to work closely with

Long Terms Low InterestSEE the Park Board in restoring and T. J. BEGGS JR., Agent
developing the Drew Mansion O. C. KIRKLAND Superintendent /
THE REPRESENTATIVE AT Plu HU 3-2551, P. O. Box 292 MADISON, FLA. So. Horry St. & SAL R. R. HU 3-2279
THE MADISON COURT HOUSE property. MADISON, FLORIDA
f EVERY TUESDAY MORNING. Work is to start soon. A R

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CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES

CHURCH CHURCH I I 118 N. Orange St. Memo To Candidates iiiiiEiiiiiiiiiiNovember : sr

A preaching service every Sunday -

WE WELCOME YOU A preaching Service every Sunday Eook Study: Wednesday 7:30 p. m..

1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. morning1st Service Meeting: Friday 730 p. m. SpecialsAT

Jnd and 4th Sundays 7:30. p. m. and 3rd Sundays 10:00)( a. m. Ministry School: Friday 8:30 p. m. The 1960 political campaign is f

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. Sunday School every Sunday. Watchtower Study: Recorder would like to volunteerits

Prayer Service each Sunday 4:15 p. m. many services to all concerned
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. In.
Wednesday 8:00 p. m. Briefly, they are: Tbigpen'sGulf
2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. Jumbo Hamburgers ?0c.
covered 1. POLITICAL ANNOUNCE-
Family Night
Family Night Covered Dish Supper CIMGEt MI
dish supper, Friday Choicest of Steaks and Sea MENTS. Let the deer people know

before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. mWoman's Friday every month night promptly after second at 7:00 Sunday p. m. Foods at WHITE TOP your hat's in the ring with an ServiceOn fAVOR AGED '"

Society of official E-R political announcement
Woman's Society of Christian Ser- DRIVE-IN U S No. 53 I
Christian Service on which runs every week as long as U S 90 Madison, Florida 4

meets Thursday after vice meets on Monday night after south of Madison. 3-lt-ch you're in the race. HU 3-9942 YEARS

1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. 2. POLITICAL PRINTING. You'l IN IV

Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meets Mr and Mrs George Hollister of need plenty of campaign cards, leaf-' Free Pickup and Delivery Service

alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on Jacksonville were guests of their lets, and placards promoting your WOOD'S

Springs Tuesday after Tuesday after the 4th_ Sunday son-in-law and daughter, Mr and virtues to the voters who read. CAR LUBRICATION . 75c i

4th Sunday 8:00 p. n 8:00 p. m. Mrs Frank Graham during the 3: POLITICAL ADVERTISING.

Official Board meets 1st Wed- The Official Board meets each week end. Since 1865 your hometown gazettehas BATTERY CHARGE . 50c

numbered month proclaimed the virtue and denied -
nesday each even
SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULE
_miCi".ft_ "'/ra SCommission.,..,1".* service. month following the supper on .W.. M A- -F the lie about a long succes- TIRE REPAIR . . 50c Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.
Family Night.P.
on Education meets 7:30 A. M. Music sion of office seekers. Keep the
1st Wednesday each odd numbered ] K. ROWELL, S. S. Supt. 7:55 News Gospel tradition going in 1960. CAR WASH . . .. 75c I PERRY, FLORIDA

month after prayer service. MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE, Treas. 8:00 Hour 4. RENTAL SERVICE. The E-R w
JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. j L. B. DAVIS PASTORLEE 8:30 Gospel Baptist Music maintains a batch of those famous Come in today. See how good CHEW MANSION

THOMAS SURLES, HARRY M. 9:00 Revival Time Used-Good typewriters (for writing our service really isIIHHH1HIIH CONTRACT AWARDED

COCHRAN, Asst's.C. METHODIST CHURCH 9:30 Gospel Concert friendly notes to your supporters) Rowe Brothers Well Drilling Co.

B. DAVIS, Pastor. Preaching Every Sunday.1st 10:00 News_> and Adding Machines which are of Tallahassee has been awardeda

and 3rd Sundays 10:05 Sunday Serenade ; helpful in totaling promises from contract for drilling a 300 foot
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH voters and keeping up with your well and installing a pump, tank
__.._._ 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. 10:45 Prelude to Worship
GREENVILLE, FLA. and water lines at the Drew Mansion -
handouts. Remember all
free ex- SMITH
FARM
2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. 11:00 Morning Worship BUREAU
Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M. penses should be accounted for. PRESIDENT at Ellaville, at a cost of 53.700.
School 12:00 News
Morning Worship ....._ 11:00 A. M. Sunday Every 5.. NO PHOOL FOTOS. Guaran- Last month, a contract for $3,301
Sunday _.._.._ 10:00 a. m. 12:15 Afternoon Melodies
Topfist Training! Course 6:45 P. M. Methodist Youth Fellowship 12:55 News teed to make you look like a was awarded to Guardian: Steel
_.__ 7:30 P. M. Madison Farm for construction of
Bureau I'roducts Inc. a
Evening Worship _._......_._____.._._ 6:00 p. m 1:00 Afternoon Melodies st a tesman. County
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M G. SYMPATHETIC EAR. Along Directors started on the new year'sprogram workshop and warehouse at the
I
ZEB WILLIAMS, Pastor 1:30 Afternoon Melodies
with accepting printing orders and I at the regular meeting mansion home of Gov George F
CHURCH BOB SEARCY, Sunday School Supt 1:40 Serenade In Blue
HANSON METHODIST paid political ads we listen to all Tuesday night Nov 17, with 8 of I Drew during the 1800s.
1:55 News
Preaching Services every First candidates' complaints about the the 11 Directors present for the The old mansion is to be re-
Third Sunday 11:00 a. m. PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 2:00 Hour o: Decision
and dirty politics of opponents, the pan- business session. Many important stored as a project of the Florida
7:00 m. 2:30 Musical Sunday
and
p. handling of the constituents, and items were discussed and action Board of Parks and Historic Monu

Sunday School every Sunday Preaching every Sunday 2:55 News anything; the candidate wishes to taken} on those most important to I ments. Rowe Brothers hope to start
3:00 Musical
Sunday
10:30 a. m.
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. say about the general situation. the entire organization as a whole. drilling in about two weeks and

Family Night Saturday before Morning Worship ___ 11:00 A. :M. 3:55 News However, there is no FREE AD- David B Smith, local Ag teacher, Guardian officials said they will
G:00 4:00 Hit Parade I
Every second Sunday p. m. VICE department. is the new President, and has be- I begin work on the warehouse Dec
SAPPINGTON, Pastor Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M. 4:55 News
REV. C M. 7. ELECTION NIGHT. Congratulations gun his term in office with sure, 7.
Evening Services ........ 7:30 P. M. 5:00 Music At Sundown I
commiserations, headache firm and determined hands. Suggestions -: When actual work on restoration
Prayer MeetingVednesday 5:30 Headline & Weathei: I

HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Evening _.._.................... .7:00 P. M.\ 5:33 Sign Off remedies and tranquilizers. and attendance are always I ol the mansion will begin is in-
School 10:00 A. M. Reduced welcomed. it is hOped it will gegin
Sunday: W B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ PROGRAMS SUBJECT TC I 8. AFTER ELECTION. I drfi .he but
Horning Worship .__._ 11:00 A. M. rates for losers' messages of about January 1st.
G:30 P. M ARTHUR CRUCE, Training Union CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE I
P.aptist Training Union great appreciation and willingness NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Evening Worship .-.__ 7:30 P. M.Midweek Director.ERNEST to cooperate with the winners together Florida StatutesIN I
Prayer Service 7:30 P. M GURR, Minister Daily Program Schedule i.,l with an assurance of no illwill THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Keaton Beach On

Brotherhood last Thursday to the thousands who voted JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY FLO-I r

of each month at ..._._ 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO WMAF 1220 ON YOUR DIAL against them. Sounds realistic, RIDA, IN PROBATE. ,: The Gulf

W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 6:00 A.M. Sign On doesn't it? Regular rates to winners. In re: Estate of John W Dutton, I
6:02 Fla. Farm Hr.
Evelene Kelley Circle Kindly let us know how we may Deceased.TO .

3rd Thursday _.._.._. 2:30 P. M. Come Worship With Us 6:25 World &. State News serve you with our 8-point Candi- ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS I Water front lots priced from

v. L. SINGLETARY, S. S. Supt.ALBERT Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M. 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour date Package Deal, listed above HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -i $995. 10% down, balance to

KELLEY, B.T.U. Director Morning Worship ._ 11:00 A. M. 6:45 Rudy Hamrick, briefly. AGAINST SAID ESTATE: I
F, (Mon. Wed. FrL;]) suit. Safe clean bathing beach,
HUGHEN, Pastor ,
REV. LEWIS D. Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. Very sincerely, You and each of you are hereby !

WELCOME TO Evening Worship ..._ 7:30 P. DI.Midweek .. 6:55Vorld News THE ENTERPRISERECORDERDIVISION notified and required to present good fishing and hunting, just
7:00 State News
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. 7:05 Coffee With Ray any claims and demands which you the spot for your Beach Home,

Sunday School ___.._ 10:00 A. M. :Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 7:45 World News CHERRY PIE or either of you, may have againstthe or week-end Retreat at a price
.,._ 11:00 A. M. Jack Pickles _.._.._ S. S. Supt. WINNERMiss estate of John W Dutton, deceased -
Worship
Morning 7:50 State News the
Training Union ...__ 6:30 P. M. Sim Andrews .... B. T. U. Director 7:55 Weather News late of said County, to the unequalled any place on

Evening Worship _.._ 7:30 P. M. REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS Pastor 8:00 Coffee with Ray Louise Brown, a member of County Judge of Madison County, coast. 20 mi. S.V.. of Perry

Prayer Meeting ______ 7:30 P. M. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 9:00 Morning Devotions the Senior Class of Madison High Florida, at his office in the court on Hwy. S361 (soon to be completed -

Church Business Meeting First CHURCH 9:15 Musical Interlude School won the Division Cherry Pie house of said County at Madison, south via Steinhatchee).

Wednesday night of each month. 9:30 Music Unlimited Contest held at the Florida Power Florida, within eight calendar I
Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second 10:00 News office in Monticello Monday, Nov. months from the time of the first Come see us, or write P. O.

Thursday night of each month. Preaching Services every Sunday 10:05 Music Unlimited! li. Miss Brown will go to St. publication of this notice. Each Box 301, Perry, Florida.

preaching Service Every Sunday Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 10:30 Music Unlimited Petersburg to participate in the claim or demand shall be in writing 4-6t-pd ,

Come Worship With Us. Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 11:00 Music Unlimited state contest December 5. The win- and shall state the place of
Sunday School every Sunday at of the state contest will repre- residence and office addressof
REV. DOZIER SAPP, Pastor 11:15 Public Service rer post Jumbo Hamburg 30c.
10:00 A. M. sent Florida in the National CherryPie the claimant and shall be sworn
11:30
Record Session
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. 12:00 World News Contest in Chicago February to by the claimant, his agent, or Choicest of Steaks and Sea I

REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor Prayer Meeting every Wednesday, 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes IS, 1960. attorney, and any such claim or Foods at WHITE TOP

Services every Sunday. at 7:30 P. 31.Brotherhood Miss Brown is one of Madison demand not so filed shall be void. DRIVE-IN U S No. 53
12:30 Talk Of The Town on ,
Sunday School _..._.-_... 10:00 a. m. first Thursday every High School's' outstanding students. HERBERT DUTTON, as executorof
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. month at 7:30 P. M. 12:40: Uncle Ned from her high scholastic' south Madison.. 3-lt-ch
Aside the Last Will and Testament of
Training Union .........._ 7:00 p. m. EverybodyVelcome.. 12:45 State News Louise is a member of the
record, John W Dutton, deceased.
_...._ 8:00 m. 12:50 Farm News G-E Electric Ranges 'I'
Evening Worship p. REV. J. R. COLLINS Pastoc 12:55Veather News Student Council, serves on the First publication November 13th,
Prayer Meeting Wed. __ 7:30 p. m staff and is a member of HOWERTON SUPPLY CO-
annual 1939. 11-4t-pd
MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST 1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade .

v--MOSELEY- HALL BAPTIST 701 South Range 1:55 News the Beta Club.Club When, and a the Sophomore FutureTeachers' ". . . . . . . ,

CHURCH .1 Bible Study ___ 10:00.-. 2:00 Gospel Time class. .
her .
P-EV. JACK LAMB Pastor Lord's Supper and 2:30 Public Service she served as president of
of Mr and Mrs One Great Team
S. R. Sapp Chairman Board of Edification _?__ 11:00 A. M. 2:45 Afternoon Melodies She is the daughter Sheis :
Rt. 1. Lee, Fla.
Deacons. Bible Study ____ 7:00 P. M. 2 5Vorld & State New!I. W M Brown church .

Billy Bailey _.?. BTU Director I Preaching 7:30 P. M.Ladies' 3:001: i Afternoon Melodies a member leader of the of Baptist the Young : Amoco White Gas & Super Permalube Oil .
and is a
:
_
Leroy Cruse _._ Associate Director Class .... Thursdays- 3:45 Public Service Union.
Training
People's J
Leroy Cruse __. S. S. Supt NEW HOPEFUL 4:05 4:00 Request News Parade Miss Brown will je accompaniedto :

Miss Merle Bass .___ Song Leader MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 4:55 World & State News St. Petersburg by Mrs Emaline :

Mrs Juanita Cruse ......__ Pianist Services every first and third 5:00 Request Parade Carpenter, home service advisor '--...... J

Sunday School ___.. 10:00 A. M Sundays at 11 a m., and 8:00 p. m. 6:45 Sports Highlights for Florida Power Corporation. --

Morning Worship ......_ 11:00 A M. 'Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 6:00 World News .

Training Union _.. 7:00 P. M. a. m.Training 7:00p. 6:15 Twilight Tunes. Are your brakes safe? t s
Union Sunday
Evening Worship .__ 8:00 P. M. every 6 55 News .

Prayer Meeting Wed 7:30 P. M. REV.m. W. T. RYCROFT, Pastor 7:00 PROGRAMS Sign SUBJECT Off TO If not drive in today to I

,
Just as I am. without one plea.
BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
I come Regardless of your clothes Welcomes You McWIlUAMS GARAGEGeorgia

condition. Whether cotton Home- Services Every Sunday I WAKE UPRARIH' I

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

church service. Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M.
TO GO MEDDERS
GOO Morning Worship ___ 11:00 A. M. r
MADISON CHURCH OF
Choir Practice _....._ 6:00 P. M. Without Nagging BackacheNow
Sunday School ..........? 10:00 A. M. P. M. 1 You can get the fast relief yon
6:30 PLATE
GLASSfi
... Training Union need from nagging backache headache
.._ 11:00
Morning Worship A. M
Evening Worship __ 7:30 P. M. and muscular ache and pins that often
Evening Worship _.______ 7:30 P. M .w cause restless night and miserable tired- A I
M.
Prayer Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P. out feelings. When these discomfort Company Q ;
Youth Service Wednesday 8:00 P. M come on with over-exertion or stress and AMOCO STATION !
REV. B. B. BRICh EY. PastorL SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST strain-you want relief-want it fast 1Another GLASS *
disturbance may be mild bladder
CHURCH irritation following wrong food and GLASS BLOCK I
SERVICE
S.
D. .
Saturday at Mad- drink-often setting up a restless uncomfortable -
Services
tHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF every Hall. feeling. MIRRORS : ARM MEBDERS Owner A
ison American Legion Doan's Pins work fast in 3 separate J i
LATTER DAY SAINTS Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. ways: 1. by speedy pain-relieving actionto ,
torment of nagging backache,
Sunday School .........-_. 10:00 a. m Church Service at 3 p. m. headache ease muscular aches and pains. 215 W. Savannah Ave. .
Sacrament Meeting ........ 11:00 a. m. E WILLIS, S S Supt f tion.:. by 3.soothing by mild effect diuretic on action bladder tendingto Irrita- Phone: CHERRY 2-5285, New Greater No-lead AMOCO Gas,Tires, Batteries & Accessories .

Belief Society and Priesthood time HAROLD YATES Pastor Tele- increase output of the 1$ miles of Valdosta Georgia 1. LUBRICATION WASHING & POLISHING I

and plate as announced at Sacrarntmt Everyone Welcome! kidney Enjoy tubes.a good night's steep and the .
Meeting. phone HU 3-6517. same happy relief millions hare for ever FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRIGGSSTRATTON i CORNER BASE & SHELBY STS. .
60 years. New. large sis saves money.Get .
ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN Doan's Pills today rDOAN'S MOTORS PHONE HU 3-9419 I
with aIaaaaaaa
LEGION HALL FREE-Touch-typing course 10 per cent .Down Payment e. .
E R. CARRYL. Branch PreS. very SMITH-CORONA portable PILLS HOWJERTON SUPPLY CO. a
The E-R. rr a e aaaa ..
fUDGE ROAD CHERRY LAKE: typewriter at J JI I






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