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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: December 4, 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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I November 12, 1939 Help Fig t.Bh
Formal OpeningCeremonies :
Mrs Julian Gibson
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at NFJC \i I Dear Madison: Mrs, Florida Gibson: t tJi

__ I I'm greatly honored to serve as ,, \ .
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your National Chairman for the 1959.emu5IMAS 6'RIm G5.1959Use

The formal opening ceremonies\ 19n9;' Christmas Seal Campaign-and I
Seals
for the new Library and Science a.'r crateful for the chance to help Christmas

buildings on the campus of the i > make this year's drive another

North Florida Junior College will pennant winner.
take place Sunday, December 6, Capt ani Mrs Charlie Peek!
p Even before named Chair-
\ being
beginning at 3 p. m. The settingfor Fleming and three children of Fort
iI I had idea of
good
man a
the formal exercises will be pretty Benning, Ga, spent Thanksgiving
l; :.. how much the Seals in the
under the west end of mean
the patio 4ttr n" E.'.Y' x FS and the weekend here with their
the Science building. The simple fight on TB. More than 10,000 uncle and aunts, Mr and Mrs
will be witha people wrote at the hospital
ceremonies highlighted me
4 Leonard Peek and Mrs C E Fultonat
brief address by the Honorable 9 c after the '58 World Series-they
Cherry Lake.
Thomas Bailey, State Superintendent aid they were rooting for ma,
of Public Instruction. Mr Van -x-
4 and many of them add red something -
II Priest, Chairman of the NFJC .jk
MrVi11 Cole of Jacksonville
likeVe're taking extra
Advisory Committee, will act as I
Master of Ceremonies, and Mr iTmstmas Seals this year. Red, to conducted services at the Presbyterian -

I Griffin Bishop, Superintendent of I h Ip fight this awful disease." church Sunday morning and

Public Instruction, will present the i There's nothing they could have brought an inspiring message on

golden master key to the buildingsto a .p b R done that would have made ne Going The Second Mile. This com

Dr Marshall Hamilton, President happier! ing Sunday morning the Rev Mr

of the College. Music will be' since becoming Campaign Chair- Watkins of Darien, Ga, will hold

furnished by the NFJC chorus. : man, I've learned a good deal services.Mr .
..
Following the formal ceremonies w
I about how TB associations operate
nn open house will make it possible :; -x-
especially about our of raising
for the parents of the students way and Mrs T J Beggs Jr entertained
and interested citizens to inspect i] funds. I think it's great! spending members of their family at

the facilities. Members of the Stud-I I ---.. h_ I Christmas Seal letters right into :
Thanksgiving dinner. Among the
ent Senate and other organizationson TOO HOT TO HOLD-Board members watch Madison the home gives us the chance to I Winter
guests were Dr and Mrs W E -
the Campus will serve as guides Recreation Center Mortgage burn recently at Lanier ask everyone to help fight TB-and I
and hosts for the occasion. Re- and children, John, Mary Aileen
freshments will be served in the Field. Part of blaze can be seen at bottom of photo. A theres no high-pressuring of any- William Ashley and Barbara of

patio of the Library building.The few of the Board members caught by the camera are one.Even Ocala; Mr and Mrs Ralph Reddick

President has extended an Buster Christmas, Buddy Smith, Mrs Gordon Williams though my restricted acti- and children, Walt, Beth and Frank

invitation to all to attend the oc Jimmy Cooke, Mrs Carrie Armstrong, and J C Burnette. vity schedule permits only limited lin of Jacksonville; Mrs J H Kin-

casion. About. $23,000 was raised locally. (E-R Photo) travel, I want you to know that termister and sons, Johnny, Sammyand
I'm in this ball game all the way.
.The Clerk instructed Crill, of Gainesville; Mr and
was to ad- "TEXAS BOB" IN ORLANDO
THANKSGIVING SERVICES Proceedings of I'll be writing again during the
County
vertise for a new motor grader. "Texas Bob" Lay, disc jockey and Mrs Crill Merryday and son Dana.
The Board passed the necessary Campaign. Tallahassee; and T J Beggs in,

Union Thanksgiving services were CommissionersMADISON resolution on motion of Hon. Cole- manager this week of in WMAF Orlando spent two days theF1oi Sincerely, Ashley Beggs and sons, Appie and

held in the Presbyterian church man Richardson seconded by Hon attending Red Schoendienst Kyle; Mrs H C Merryday, Sen and

I here last Thursday, with Rev Paul!: Grover C Cone for participation a Association of Broadcasters Mrs W T Davis Mr and Mrs Carl
Thanksgiving in the which opened with a dinner meet-
the County
Touchton bringing Indigent Hospitalization Mr and Mrs W S Cooper Sr, and! Karstedt and children Mary Helen
goodness of God FLORIDA Program. This resolution will ing Tuesday evening. Speaker was I
the
message on Mr and Mrs Walter Cooper Jr and and Bill and Messrs A A Trulove
heart on the part appear in further detail in these H/arold Fellows* President of the :
and a thankful December 2 daughter Jackie Thursday and Curtis Koon.
1959 minutes at a later date. National Association of Broadcasters. spent
of men. The Board of County Commis- There being no further business of the and Friday in Jacksonville, guestsof
Purpose
Other numbers on the program. sioners of Madison County, Fla., the meeting adjourned. pow-wow was Capt and Mrs Edwin Cooperand i.
included organ music by Mr Waller met this day in regular session. ELZIE KING, Acting Chairman to fraternize with candidates, also son. Smokey SaytiUnttead

Whitlock, congregational singing, The acting chairman, Hon Elzie ATTEST: rans, and: political hopefuls.Mr .
-x-
King, called the meeting to order DALE M. LESLIE flJ.fA ALONG
prayer by Dr John Sands, responsive Clerk.HOUSEWARMING Guest of Mrs S P Griffin for
and +illaT! St' 1how
opened the meeting with a wm
reading led by Dr Oscar Beck, Hon and Mrs G E Christmas had I!Thanksgiving dinner and: the weekend -
prayer. D VV Chason was ab
Scripture reading and offertory PARTY as guests at a family Thanksgivingdinner I were her sister, Mrs Ida Sim- NfYf1R F Si

prayer by Rev James T Barber, sent.Hon Albert Mickler, Mayor of Rev and Mrs Hazel Woodardwere I Mrs Christmas' parents, Mr I mons of Tallahassee, and F A I

and solo by Mrs M G Erneston. the Town of Lee, and Hon J H complimented with a housewarming and Mrs I E Estes of Valdosta, Crittenden and two granddaughters,

Mr T C Merchant Sr presided at Phillips, Councilman of the Townof i party Monday night at. and her sister, Mrs Paul Hjort, and Laura and Janet, of Thomasville.x .

the meeting and gave the benediction Lee, asked the Board to pa\ej i their new Lakeside home, given by three children of Thomasville.
the street running East and Weston the faculty of the Madison Elemen- -x- -x-

the North side of the Seaboard'!I tary School. Misses Roberta and Mary Ellen Florence Hill of Jacksonville -

I Airline Railroad through "the Town i Fifteen members of the faculty Selman and Wylie Selman of the was the guest of Miss Bennie

Mrs Kathleen B Wynn and Mrs of Lee. They stated that the Town; arrived with a delicious home- U of F spent Thanksgiving holi- F Wilder the first of this week.x .
Pierce of Lee would furnish the materials made fruit cake which they served .
Josephine Brown of Fort days at their home here.x
for this Board with coffee. Their gift to Mr and -
project. The agreed
spent the past weekend here with -
their mother, Mrs Rhoda Wilson to do this work, provided the Townof I 1.1rsVoodard was a handsome table Mrs Colon C Wells and three Mr and Mrs E Wilson of Madi-
lamp.
Lee secures the necessary right- and Mrs Bryan Wilson of Jacksonville
and brother Ernest. They also children, Terry Ken and Ginger, son

visited their sister, Mrs R N Boden-i of-way.The Board inspected and approvedthe Miss Connie Pepera of FSU spent went to Atlanta and spent the spent the weekend at Fort
holidays with Dr and Jackson, S C visiting Bryan Wilson I cazapfirw can ea...
stein, and their uncle, Mr E B I bills for the month of November the Thanksgiving holidays at her Thanksgiving forwt fir... B. carttoUI
Henderson. i home here. t !Mrs John H Richardson. I who is stationed there. ... ;






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SALE: Large Duo-Therm fuel! I II Your Dollars Buy More At ,

Heater, complete fittings $35.
Saturday December 5 HU 3-6284, GORDON

DOUBLE LAND OF FEATURE THE PHARAOHS, in HLEY, Madisan. 14-2t-ch I EAGLE will- \Vapr Christ- Your Christmas Gift I

cnemaScope and warner color, star- SALE: One registered Here-
ring Jack Hawkins, Joan Collins. bull, 4 yrs. old. Proven I mas Gift FREE and Hold

One of the mightiest screen projects sire. N C GIBSON, Tele- Until CHRISTMAS EVE
in motion picture history. HU' 3-6790. 14-lt-ch i Store

Filmed in Egypt with a tremendous ,
SALE: One young bird dog. 11EVEATHEI\ {
cast. The story of the terrifying
roign of Khufu-king of kings. Open every night TERRY., Pinetta, Fla.
(in cars) 14-2t-pd .
MASTERSON OF KANSAS in Max. Min Rf. ; Shop Early ;
Technicolor, starring George Montgomery BOX OFFICE OP RENT: One new 3-bedroom Week ending December 1st, 1959 ,
Nancy Gates. Bat Master- SHOW on Cherry Lake with all Wednesday 63 42 T
son was all the law Dodge City \' and fishing privil Thursday 73 43 ..00Friday FOR ,
had. The toughest lawman that Available Jan. 1. 78 53 .23'
ever went up against a lynch mob.A Friday-Saturday, large house on Range Street Saturday 67 39 .05 j! '
ganman turned lawman in the TARZAN'S Madison. Available Jan. 1. Sunday 46 29 .00 !, ChristmasAT
days of the killers. Cartoon. VENTURE ( i 0 McDONALD. Rt. 1, Pinetta, Monday 50 23 .00! .
Gordon. 14-3t-ch Tuesday .58 28 00 < 1
Sunday-Monday December 6, 7 TOTAL -
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THE
GOLDEN
THE NUN'S STORY, in Technicolor Glitter at the E-R. Rainfall month of November 0.70 i :
starring Audrey Hepburn, COMEDY. All Star j Green, White Bronze non- inches. Rainfall Jan 1st to Dec 1st, ,' n
Peter Finch. Kathryn C Hulme's toc tSundayMonday double plated will hold. 1959, 63.35 inches. I
'
best-selling novel springs to life on Rainfall week eending Nov 28th
the screen. The story of the beautiful SCANDAL IN : Experienced person to at Gibson Tower 1.00 in, Lovett )

young girl who dedicated her Technicolor, Sophie in house a>d care for in- Tower 1.70 in' Aucilla Tower 1.1 10
life to God but was later com- in. Sinclair Tower 1.10 in, Mill
pelled to return to the outside Cartoon. mother. Care of patient is: Creek Tower 3.40 in, Madison: forestry -r1 r1I and relax
duty. HARVEY RYE, Box I
world. Vividly filmed in Europe Tues-Wed-Thurs I I headquarters 0.55 in.
and in the Belgian Congo. THREE FACES Greenville, Fla. 14-lt-pd I, Sun rises Dec 4th 7.16 am, sets '
Cartoon. '' 5.31 pm.Moon I;; during the last minute
Tuesday-Wednesday December 8, 9 screens and frames
DOUBLE FEATURE EAGLE wilt\ Wrap I sets 10.28 pm Dec 4th.
less than wood. I Moon in constellation of Capri-
THE GIRL CAN'T HELP IT
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mas Gift FREE \ SUPPLY CO. : cornus Dec 4th. RUSH
in cinemascope and DeLuxe color,
Until \ High tide Dec 4th at St Marks
starring Tom Ewell, Jayne :Mans- .
field. This girl has everything. She YULE DECORATION light 5:49 pm.

really can't help it. It's natural. Mrs Edna Smith
James J Towles prominent Taylor -
What a build! What a story! Whata I Gregg Schafier, of Annual Yule' Decorations County cattleman, was killed Lay-A-Way

film. the holiday weekend by the Madison Garden I Tuesday when his tractor toppled

HONG KONG Mrs Lewis Welch will again be one of Madi- over on him.
AFFAIR starring
I A Gift A
Jack Kelly, May Wynn. A picture of -x- attractive holiday features.! -x- r Day ;
action in the seething orintal city competitors for the prizes HOME DESTROYED BY FIRE >'

..oi mystery Cartoon.ThursdayFriday Mr Larry Welch register with Mrs.J C i*
spent the holiday Phone HU 32571by At 1:00 p. m. Tuesday fire completely 1 Til Christmas!
December 10, 11 destroyed the foreman's j<
his parents, Mr and 18, and lights must be on '
DOUBLE FEATUREA home the ASC farm and 4
on three )
PRIVATE'S AFFAIR, in Welch. 6:30 to 9:30 each evening be) one half miles south of Madison \ YOU CAN

cinemascope and DeLuxe color Dec 18 through Dec 25. Origin of the fire was not determined '
starring Sal Mineo, Christine Carere, for everall decorations will
but supposedly was attri- CHARGE ;;
Gary Crosby. This fun fest is an>'- Closing Out 1st, $12.50.. and 2nd. $7.50'1 buted to the heating system. The -
body's affair. Working with the door prize will be $5. Dis structure was completely ablaze
army's raw recruit a private's affair tinues at will not be competitive if pro- when the Madison Fire Department Your Christmas Purchases And Pay Next Year I
became a top secret. arrived at the scene. Aside rom a
help is used. I
few of furniture, nothingwas
pieces
TEENAGERS FROM OUTER Florida Power Corporation. AT EAGLE
i and Girls saved.
SPACE starring David Love, Dawn of the prize. Foreman Emil Artz, Mrs Artz
Anderson. It's teen time in outer and their three children escaped SANTA'S GIFT HEADQUARTERS
outer space as teenage gang invade College Ave. and Mrs A I Rowe and Mrs unharmed.The I
earth with a horrible monster, as ,

they threaten to wipe out entire Fla.Christmas of Arcadia Murphy were and guests daughter of We will hold Gift for until Christmas
human race. Cartoon. see, I I't Brotherhood of the Greenville -' your you
I J A Brady and Mr and Mrs -
I Baptist Church is planning a

-V- J ,** *Ga."T Breeden during the Thanks-I Laymen's Week-end Revival for ; Eve. Free gift wrapping
;
; Holidays.'i December 11, 12,13. There will be :4 ..

-x- four servicesFriday night and\ {., .
SERVICE MANEUVER Saturday night at 7:30 and two f
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Sunday at 11:00 am and 7:30 pm. ;; 4. "
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Florida Forest Service All invited. I -

Forest Service and pri- TOY TOWN now open at I TRADE AT"

industry are holding a com- G-E Appliances I '
Imported training maneuver in the Madison Home Center : Jim's Bay Station

: central, abvoe portion Ellaville of and Madison west I Howerton Supply Co. i I
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from Italy, woven
river.
of 67 men are participa-
along with the normal fire "I don't Care What he

60"wide $ equipment they operate. ,I
Forest Service personnel

rl in Tweeds and i ten countries extending from gives me-as long as it j

Apalachicola River to the Su-

I Botany River plus Suwannee: 1

are. involved in the training comes fromBertha :

i values to $7.49 in
training session began at

i Dec 1 with Madison County;.
Reduced being called. A gradual build-

a I men and equipment has Cooke

m $4.95 and $ place.

206 W. College Ave. Phone 2-8229
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a $1.98 value FLOOR TILESAND Nardis Slacks 8.95 up > Genuine leather jackets $59. up

t? Keek-Suede, $25 fitted or boxy
and zipper
I Shorts and matching shirts %f

J Evening gloves evening bags
Fendleton skirts and sweaters $
$1.49 *
CABINET TOPS to match 't Furtrimmed evening coats 59.95

t4,' Earring trees 1.00
72" Co. Costume jewelry $1 up t
owe on Supply
For That Special ', Piay shoes 4.00

Leotards in blue, beige, black, j| .
for skirts *
red and brown J Nylon blouses 5.95 up
Occasion *

$2.69 SmoJtey Says: Berkshire and Hanes hose 1. up 3 5 Genuine leather bags 17.95.. up
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Wool 3.95 ..
scarves
.i Crepes-Satins Bulky sweaters, cardigans and

Washable DID YOU.KNOW.. slipovers Pure silk scarves, water
I Ga i Taffeta-Nets i 1 .. f t repellent, 3.95
Cashmere sweaters
' \ Full-Allover Lace Plain and Gown and robe sets by Rogers
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Cashmere coats 100. and up- 25.00
Brocades-Chiffons
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I. In Plain & Printed Colors 98c yd red, beige, black and honey \$ Cultured pearls, one, two or

three strand, 3.00
up
! GIFT SUGGESTIONS-CHRISTMAS PATTERN PRENENt I Jeweled sweaters, all colors, |
"' FORESt sizes 34-46 iC j Wool stoles, black, navy, red

: HEAD, LACE TABLECLOTHS, LINEN FIRES \ and white, 5,95Wool

l .Banlon sweaters. Slipovers 3.95; j
SHEETS, TOWEL SETS PILLOW CASE | jersey fitted or boxy oats
I Cardigans 5.95 $\ $19.95 up
ELECTRIC BLANKETS, SPREADS j
THQtt) ARE PRECKtiy 12 DIFFERENT PAjama and Robe Sets, nylon \j Russian dyed squirrel stoles and
WX OFKOa tags rWC UWTO SXTfS.
$
Dunn Fabic or cotton f j} jackets
Trees are useful in many many Fur collars 6.95 up.
hostess $
"aYI! Pleue protect them! Lounging or pajamas

Across velvet fitfed pants and drip-dry | Pendle coats and sports clothes
from Courthouse
Square, Quitman, 32c Ib. for Seedling
matching blouses, 10.95 up i Fur trimmed suits
Pecans in any quantity. J. I. t r

r .. ,, ._ SURLES, Madison, Fla. 13-lt-ch Short or long housecoats 5.95 up $ Mink Stoles'PAGE .


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main: open on Wednesday and AT

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Christmas beginning December 9th
flAVbt and 10th. 14ltchCONSTRUCTION sensational Half-Scalo

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Jim Cruce- 82 died in Perry early Howerton Supply Co. Replica -

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ONLY $39.95Without Chest OAI HILL !NEWS Closing Out Sale con-I SEE- OUR LATEST I j i'

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Mrs R C Taylor and daughter-
A complete service of quality silverware-16 Teaspoons tinues at French Shop
Mrs Jeanette Cheney, of Jackson-
8 Knives,8 Forks, 8 Place Spoons,8 Salad
Forks, 1 Butter Knife, 1 Sugar Spoon. Knives have ville and Mr and Mrs Calvin
hollow handles with mirror stainless forged blades Buchanan and son Jerry were and Girls Only on E.
I; and serrated edges that stay sharp.
dinner guests Saturday of Mr and
ll I'i Choose Your Pattern. &
Mrs R P Buchanan.Mr College Ave., Tallahassee eoL&
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children of Quitman visited Mr Fla.WELCOME.
and Bobby Buchanan Saturday.Mrs ,
Betha Buchanan was dismissed f
HOME PARTY
from Pineview hospital LADIES' COATS CHILDREN'S
Friday. She is recuperating nicely The Hickory Grove MYF recently -
after and is to
recent glad
surgery entertained Mr and Mrs Dwaine
be back home. $6.98 $4.59
Williams with a WelcomeHomeparty
Mr Talmage Bland entered Bap-
and shower in the church
tist Hospital: in Jacksonville Monday -
Tndt nurU d Qonl*UtUMadison About
friends andrelatives
annex. forty
for surgery. He was accom- CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR $ SHOES FOR THE FAMILY
attended.The
panied by Mrs Bland, who will I honorees received many @ LADIES' PAJAMAS FLANNEL OR KNIT
Jewelers visit Mr and Mrs James Youmans .
lovely gifts and Dwaine
l was congratulated -
when she is away from the hos- 0 MEN'S FLANNEL AND SWEAT SHIRTSMany j
for having brought such
pital. Mrs Glenda Jackson, Mrsj I i
PHONE HU 3-2540 t ja I lovely bride home with him from other needed items at i
Gene Bland and Rev Hicks visited I
212 S. Range, Madison, FloridaA England.The i ii
him Tuesday. Mrs Rufus Sullivanis
I I couple will be leaving soon
I spending this week at the Bland for Orlando where Dwaine will S. H. HADDEN & COMPANYMADISON
home while they are away.
be stationed in the Air Force. j
41 N Mr and Mrs J B Hinton are at FLORIDAMr ji i
the bedside of their daughter Dale
who is seriously ill in a Jacksonville I
and Mrs Ernest Houseman of "- "- "'

BUWD DATE TOO OFTEUTORUS Mr hospital.and Mrs Calvin Gaston en- RepossessionsRepossessions Orlando en route from visiting Mrs I EAGLE will Wrap your Christmas -
OUT TO BC DUMB, We're of the Houseman's mother, Mrs Dudley
TOO/ proud tertained with a fish fry Saturday Gift FREE and Hold
I night A bountiful supper of fish, Spain, at Douglas, Ga were guests Until CHRISTMAS EVE

fact that we can give hushpuppies, salads pickles olives. Monday of their aunt, Miss Whittle "- '-
cake, cookies coffee and tea was Dickinson and Mrs Roger Asbury, and Mr and Mrs R C Dickinson.
served to thirty friends and tel-, 1959-Pacer-maker 40' x 8 2 br
best service in ....
you tives. : ?, -<- r '
1958-Magnolia 45 x 16 2 brw. I
Byron Ellington, son of Mr and
the Auto Parts line. Mrs Paul Ellington, underwent a washer TOBACCO GROWERS 1 f i
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:: Madison County hospital. SEE
; Have US FOR
your repairman Miss Cheryl Gaston returned to 1953-Travelite 30' x 8' 1 br

St Augustine Sunday after spend- PICK UP PAYMENTSKELLER'S i
5cz: call us f o your needs. ing the holidays with her parents.
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R L Crafton, Mrs Bill
Fourakers and Shirley, Miss Mabel GAS & PLASTIC COVERS FERTILIZER
Reaves, Mr I E Reaves, Mr and HOMES

Mrs J Walker and children, Mrs 4
Carol Evers and baby Cathy and
PERRY FLORIDA
I Mr Bernard Cox and children at- Vickers Implement

I AUTO PARTS Inc. ,tended the cane grinding at Messrs 14-3t-ch

-.t .t' >'Oo."' ;.....- "V" ; -- -, ,- ,..< Gordon and Jesse Huggins, Thanksgiving ;i:1-: -_ ._ _- _

____ _"_ _: : { (: ilsiijiJES.: afternoon. Company i

'__ "P.ICKNfY 5T. MADISONiJ_ Pho 'HUA '222l"I EAGLE will Wrap your Christmas TOY TOWN now open at

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Nothing Better for Christmas than an- Miss Joyce- Littleton of FSU was i I ,
{I at home for the Thank givl'.ig I Closing Out Sale continues 39W ;
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RCATVBuy {I holidays with her parents Mr and
Mrs Frank Littleton. Mrs Victoria I I at French Shop MA4OU
on E-Z Pay Plan Jackson and daughters Amanda and
f Messer & Tire Rose Marie Kinsey of Jacksonvillewere I
Battery ,
also holiday guests of the' and Girls Only on E. COLDlN 0.fIj
I Littletons.

CompanyMr -x- College Ave., Tallahassee CHID PLAIN FlOUn
Pat Cantey Jr of FSU was the
and Mrs Maxwell Hadden guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Fla.
had as guests for Thanksgiving Mrs Pat Cantey for the Thanksgivingholidays. ,
Hadden's sister, Mrs Evelyn Lines, II I
and two daughters, Jean and Helen,
NEW BOOKS
of Tallahassee. Jumbo Hamburgers 30c. II One hundred and fifty new books
Choicest of Steaks and Sea were received the past week at the
Foods at WHITE TOP Madison Public Library and are Bertha Cooke
Corn in
$1.15 Jasper DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, now ready for distributing.
south of :Madison. 3-lt-ch The collection includes new fiction 206 W. College Ave.,
At N l 1t t1t7 t4 vl t V for adults and youth, histories,I
fine arts, games* social arts reli- Tallahassee, Fla.
II gion morals, and ten volumesof
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science. Mrs Alfred Patton arrived Tuesday -I TOY TOWN now open at Py&C- ? -jj-*)
from Linden, Ind, for a month's

FUEL- MORE FUEL Joseph COLORED Williamson DEATHS, age 77 visitith. her mother.Irs R VDial. Madison Home Center '- ;3 K.

passed away in the Madison county -x- I CARRY A COMP
hospital Friday, November 27th, 1-- Wildner and chil- FRUIT CA
after Mrs M L Walker has been confined and Winnie Tallahassee I 6cr
an extended illness. Life long Dickey of j ,
GASOLINE 0 KEROSENE Q TRACTOR FUEL citizen -Madison County and a to her home with laryngitis I were guests of Mr and MrsS : :
member of Pineland Missionary for the past week. A Smith, Thanksgiving day. :
6 DIESEL FUEL FOR HOME AND TRACTOR USE i Baptist Church. He is sunived by I I I BEANSAPPLE
his wife; Josie B Williamson of
We are equipped to give you Quick Service. L H THUR- Madison; two daughters, Daisy cC00
Carter of Lovett and Eloise Williamson
MAN and OTIS BROWN are standing: by for your service Li'
of Boyten Beach, Fla, one sister -
of Perry. TIN0BROWNING
Funeral services will be held Sun- .
day, December 6th at 1 pm at
New Canaan Missionary Baptist l
Church at Loveett. Burial will follow -
FYNE-TASTE
in Concord Cemetery with ,

d4. Clifford Stallworth manager of
ALLIS-CHALMERg TRACTGRS1NC. Beggs Colored Funeral Home, in PUMPKI
charge of arrangements.Gussie .

Mobley, age 69, passed ,,, ...
C. '
.a away in the Madison County hos- : -
SHELL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS pital Sunday, November 29th, afteran
extended illness. She was born YAMSPRESERV
1 in Madison County and was a mem-
ber of Mt Zion A M: E Church of
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Cherry Lake. She is survived by ::
even daughters, Rosa Lee Thomas,
Mamie Buggs, Mary Alice Alexanderand
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Eloise Gaines, all of Madison; .
WE HAVE PLENTY FRESH ORANGES, BANANAS, APPLES, Marie Mobley and Lelia Mobley,

GRAPEFRUIT, TANGERINES, NUTS both of Orlando, and Ernestine
PERMANENT
Merrill of Philadelphia; six sons, NORDIC
B J Mobley of Madison Linton
Try some of our GoodPotatoes Ga. Red Sweet and Tommy Mobley, both *of Orlando 0 ANTIFRSCOTTON
Willie D Mobley of Tampa ,
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Burton I
Mobley Jr of Ft Lauder-
dale and Vanester Mobley of Pom- OUR LEADER, SturC) '_'f. {
pano; 46 grandchildren and 5 great
grandchildren and a number of
Just a Little Better $2.00 per bushel
nieces, nephews and other relatives. SHOT GUNS
Onion Sets Garden Seed Funeral services will be held
Sunday: December 6th, I
3:30
at p m
PAYING 35c PER LB. FOR PECANSSee REGULAR OR MENTHOL 1
in Mt Zion A M E Church at ORDER TODAY!
Cherry Lake. Burial will follow in
Mt Zion cemetery with Beggs AERO-SK
us for your: FEEDSGROCERIESFRUITVEGETABLES Colored Funeral Home in charge.


AND OTHER NEEDS Closing Out Sale continues PEACHES'i ':


at French Shop I .

LES&SONSu and Girls Only on E.II I


PH 1 HU 3.2395 College Ave., Tallahassee .


Fla. Madison, Floda .
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FOOD UB.COFFEE 4.9c

BAilE-RITE MAXWELL HOUSE CAN. i: ::

ORVEGET01S OR SETZER'SPUNCH
uit Drink
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:$5.00:; or morfc RAG
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IE t:11S.1m1D: MATERIALS__ cri1 1\ .- .- '--.-- .-c-' ",'- -" --...-",",',_'_- -, __ .u__ ." "" : : i
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s Sugar Cured, Smoked Slab Tropico, Delicious Sliced i
' BREAKFAST
229c; ', BACON LB 250 BACON

PllJSlAfilSilMFARMER GRADE QUCKFtOZEN MIXEDNECKB9NES
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'12 OZPKG PARTS
CANS 303 25C : GRAY FRANKS 39c
BLUE RIBBON ALL PORK
4 a SMOKED SAUSAGE 1 LB. CAE!O.L1c p FEET,

! 225c ej. [TV-Jfc.T'ffeW ::

LADY FAIR BUTTERMILK l OR SWEET MILK FRESH CAUGHT MED'UM' WINTER' GARDEN
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ES 20 Igz45c' =' BISCUITS HEADLESS READYTOFRYWHITING R I M Sip LB 49c 9 MEAT CHICKEN PIES e ::

EZE GALLON FULL $195 "-' 3 CANS 29 I I 2 us 29c FF DELUXE RO=
I da, KRAFTS MILD AGEDCHEESE QUICK FROZEN RED PERCHFILLETS ORANGE
In Ring Hanger :8-' LB 43c 2 LBS 69t JUICE 4
REG 49c
UP VALUE 69* -I COLORED TABLE READY OLEO 2 >

I A V E VALUE 8% 59c FRESH FLORIDA, .
;ICED OR HALVES SOFT, MOIST, LUSCIOUS =. .
GRAPEc = ,
--. SPANISH REG 5 C Y--
35
z BAR CAKE VALUED FRUIT EA ..

CINNAMONKING Delicious iced PKGSOF C FRESH CRISP LA '
2 2 5
Y{'VIlS' 6 Lettuce VOCADOFIRV
,, e ': SIZE, SLICED
WHITE BREAD 2 LOAVES 20 OZ 39 PEARS

dg STICK Brown'N Serve BREADHX Tasty Seeded- French o' 23 2: FOR 2 9 C 2 FOR 2'1c

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WESTERN AUTO STORE IN MADISON ,




Gifts for the Entire Family-Westinghouse and Wizard Appliances-Zenith &TruTone T-Y



i Shop Early Use Our Lay-A-Way Plan


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1J' tinues at French Shop ABOUT MOREINSURANCE We Have A Complete Line Of Tobacco


and Girls Only on E. ?

Seed Bed Materials

College Ave., Tallahassee -


Selman's SundriesDO Fla."HOSPITAL. K #f Q COKER'S & SPEIGHTS SEED


Q PLASTIC & REGULAR BED

YOUR SHOPPING WHERE YOU GET THE BEST NEWS COVERS .

VARIETY OF ANY STORE ITS SIZE IN MADISONAlso Admission: Miss Lorena Anderson -

Personal Guidance if Needed Eugene Wilder, Mrs Nellie PLANT BED FERTILIZER

Bartlam, Mrs Emma Jean Boat .
MEN AND WOMEN'S\ ELECTRIC BLANKETS right, Mrs Bertie Williams, Miss $ APPLIANCES }

ELECTRIC RAZORS, FOR :MEN AND WOMEN Gladys Williams, Samuel K Drig- 1 e*

gers, Mrs Mary Ann Wetherington .
A ALL KINDS OF GAMES AND A VARIETY OF TOYS TO
Albert Kinsey, of Greenville,
SELECT FROM-COSMETIC SETS-STAINLESS STEEJL,. Mrs James Barber, Miss Rachel FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGEMADISON

SILVERWARE-BILLFOLDS Wynn, Donald Holton, Mrs Bernice

FILMS TIMEX Bodenstein Mrs Valley McMullenMrs
A CAMERAS CAMERA SUPPLIES FLORIDA
WATCHES-ALL KINDS OF CLOCKS Ada Tully, Henry Thomas, Mrs
Marie Childress, Albert Gentry.

9 BEST COSTUME JEWELRY SELECTIQNS e Discharges: Mrs Glcndyle Little- ---- ,
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Radios, Record Records Players-, A Christmas large supply Cards of the Latest Miss ton and Gladys baby,Williams Mrs Frances, Arthur Hughes Al-, t 'I' "'" TOY TOWN now open at Wc HAv/e NEWIv -


HERE: britton, W D Webb, Mrs Lorena _. ......... ..u J Madison Home Center I
$ SCHRAFFT BOX CANDY DEALER 0 Kelly and baby, Mrs Marie Lawson,

Stanley Braswell, Eugene Wilder, .,
We also have Good Eats for your stomach as well as
Mrs Faye Phillips Hershel Lee, C. E. QUICK
Good Fountain Drinks or Coffee Reading Materialat I ( I GFLEX'OfL
all times Sidney Jordan, Mrs Nellie Bartlam CARDOF1ILIINISIi Ii I II
HO 3-6168 BOX 292 i
Mrs Emma Jean Boatright and I 79Jy_
IF YOU NEED MEDICINE SEE US TRY US 0Selman's baby Albert Kinsey, Miss Rachel MADISON. FLORIDA We wish to express our thanks CRYSTAL CLEAR *

Wynn. Donald Holton,. Miss Lorena and deepest appreciation to our ,. 0 HUNDREDS CUT TACK! ,SEW Of USES or SEAL 264

-' .- -- Anderson, Mrs Mary Wetheringtonand ADAPT*A*PLAN many friends for their kindness INDOORS A OUTDOORS ed..otc.
SundriesMADISON baby, Luther Harrell, Mrs and sympathy during the recent / ta.ww star tawNd tTwrwncfontueaows to.ttl

r-- Bertie Williams. Thli Gulf Lift agent can ten you death of our father. Dessie Thomp- :
--I BABY BOATRIGHTMr bow with Adapt A-Ylan. your la- kins. |
FLORIDA I sumacs Is adaptable. For e. I
I and Mrs John Boatright of ample a family Income plan can Ollie Thompkins and Family
Route 3.. Valdosta Ga, announcethe also provide substantial retire
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birth ment income. Give hia a call: EAGLE will Wrap your Christmas -,: Howerton Supply Co.
Brown and of a baby girl, Nov 25.
Mr and Mrs Doyle todayl
FREE
Gift and Hold
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The 6 lbs 7 I
and
:Miss LaVerne Brown spent the GOODYEAR TIRESJIM'S baby weighed ozs. __ ._ -_ r-__ S. Ducal St. Madison; Fla.
BABY WETHERINGTONMr -r Until CHRISTMAS EVE I i
Thanksgiving holidays with rela- __ __
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BAY STATION and Mrs L H Wetherington,
Fontotocs Miss.
tvics near
i of Pinetta, announce the birth of a
U. S. 90 EAST, MADISON I baby boyNov 25. He weighed I : I Ilit

I coni1osingOutSa1e 5 lbs and 11ozs.BABY : t ATTt

BODENSTEINMr i : : .A

I i! tinues at French Shop plated Get jour GLITTER Wilhold non-toxic for Christmas double and Mrs John Bodenstein, of : .

Madison announce the birth of a
I decoration at the Enterprise- I
and Girls Only on E. Recorder in Gold, Green, White baby girl, born Nov 28. She weighed
8 lbs and 11% ozs.COLORED .

College Ave. Tallahassee and Brcnze.EAGLE PATIENTS '' "r a ref ,

will Wrap your Christ Admitted: William McCain, James -4 EX+ rt

mas Gift FREE and Hold Mobley, Joseph Williamson. William P t h > : r t! s
Fla. Until CHRISTMAS\ EVE Tillman. James Townsend, Dorothy ; : Over Our Door Widows

I.. -- Jean Aikens. i: A F Dollars IIt} Tofts, -

',. -_ r-._ '",_.: -'--" -r.,: ___- p _q ._ --. =__ .: _- Discharged: Eleck Timmons,
Georgia Williams- William McCain, o ""p

CAMPING EQUIPMENT Jesse Aikens.
Born to Alexander and Leola 'is lwn
1 1N
Bonner of Madison a baby boy on
Pup Tents . $5.95 6-Piece Aluminum Nov 28. The baby weighed 7 lbs Q

Complete with poles & Mess Kits $1.98 and 6Vi ozs.Deceased .
>a i ii
pegs : Joseph Williamson and N_

Gussie Mobley. .' f
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Genuine Army New Army Folding FO.. J owvpottk : j j1r

Canteens ..... 98c Shovels . $1.98 ,._"....,1 '.
RAMBLER SALES a, u d t
With Covers With Cases .
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BREAK RECORDS \ cki .it:

Rambler retail sales in the first Tk. youHere'
Army 7 x 7 Wan inside vJeW o l our Urge***** PiAVra.1 1.f

Packs . . $1.49 Tents. . $14.95 20 days of November surpassed the cook- .a't s Bee an the IDOW outride,.y ou'd.\, -think-"'it ie.r was F1es.i1 talen tn i ,, d
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. Complete With Straps Complete With Poles and total for the entire month of No- H.f.ttaid.r wormer.What doesD.t bawIS avisibk u"g-" barrier between ou home ( .,,
Pegs vember last year, it was announced w--- tacked over our we have used the same i
Army Type Camp today by Roy Abernethy, vicepresident and winter.This u it the t.o. aecotd 1aat at least year too Yeats more1'bat ,,.C t ;
Hatchets $1.39 Shoulder of automotive distributionand Y6 :-trill'Wee:p 0:; about i15 s yea to protect t he the spy of I

Pack . . $1.49 marketing of American Motors rI 6f+'r the me.ns boule acaiDst drafta.Wean leave our (urnittue play area on for the -

5 x 1 Wan Machetes . $1.98 Corporation.The and provide Barrie pt

Tents . $12.9:; With Case 20-day sales total rose to ()fI F\JfJ- V11"t: 1IGtes': i -t
I" tiw.e.ea; _.,,
Complete With Poles and 22.017 Ramblers, compared with '\" bnmeSapiDlit.mter-.tflt't", Htwint chMpnf< Pegs Jungle 21J394 in all of November, 1958, -Qjelf rovaL" r.8de:' lefl .I. D. Higbie
rsti app
enlh
Hammocks $9.95. yOd bavl my + "'hi In,.A tf.,,'1 dor flcrOCjg .*txM trey
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Abernethy said. In the second 10- -- ..1. flu cocoa*OB "'eezrw" Ieq ml so* m s'c.
Field Packs $2.98 -'..fI.'Y"... lid |i..B.fan otrj ted a>keeps tM
day period of the month, sales! _tAG'I tIItr "'1tlftaJ a vuria 7trtY e.,,' a get M
.&.-.. ; JIa BCaf ad ley.W.r ':014 IIIso4I.tar It"4ICL"W.
Genuine Arm ySleeping Air amounted to 12,294compared with! \\r- I
Mattresses $2.98 Sf -- .... "
BagS $4.98 8.196 a year ago. As a mid-mcnth I S '., I
sales period, it is topped only by I \ / :
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Scout Knives 98c Army the 12562 delivered in the June ..tp.1\.S --
Bayonets . $2.98 WL.JfJ.1.
lI:9. "
11-20 period of 1958. I 110 +
Navy Rambler sales so far in the i I
New Mosquito
Hammocks $6.90) Bars. . $2.98 calendar year total 330-027, more i A :: l :; =

than double the 164.393 sold in the r _
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Sterno _
Camp comparable period of last year. < ,
_SHAnERPROO\ .
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Cook Stoves 98c "Ourliy cgroonlw..watftG..if' !
Blankets $2.98
Abernethy pointed out that salesin I t t. for n.II.- bod keen -.Mch a r.t te.f not l.hsVe" '
all of 1958 totaled 199,236 Ram-' f itR.ld 0.n.iii.....\ any lION Mra.cold K. Khmp draft.en..the w*.floor, ,"
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toy
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FREE! ARMY HELlIETVITH PURCHASEOF Easy T Do..ln xpitshr Too! i / .. Ua. ..co.ere .
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THERE IS OMIT .... ..
For a Rambler car see Edgar i MIa rie iCOia ttt tau ack asw Ie HAIK'rt
ANY CAMPING ITEM! \ r A ONE FLEX-O GLASS so tad w rlea:; rxt IIIt tKVe PC Ie -.trAr
Faircloth at Vickers Implement Co., tsitts ; ".' '\ ...... I r w-r Ir...c-...51 .atcks tot tart ltd parti JUT m,t a finOOnt i Oa rater':'ma*fat rt :. rro
rAtt{ ..
Madison (advt) { SMGRS w..w'.t.q..r h.d..n d n a eitri loam w4 da.b lilt.rebdw a..e II.
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SOUTHERN SALVAGE CO. t ssfp6t a 11.aie......Ma i.M-f._mq lilt II,.....*tt.."c-a. texl tt.aibe,. ne coin au.Mb e adr N sow eclat adr

EAGLE will Wrap your Christ-
111 South Ashley St. Valdosta, Ga. mas Gift FREE and Hold t t e vr

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, r LEE I NEVS'\ I 01'ESMr 0 a o'e

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and Charles Godwin and

JI children of West Palm Beach came R GET READY FOR CHRISTMAS ,
I during the Thanksgiving holidaysfor I
f I a visit with Mr and Mrs W V'
Godwin and other relatives. Give yourself or the Ladies in your familyAGiftofBeauty -

Mrs Vallie McMullin entered the

1 .f A rt. a vsi Madison County hospital Saturday.Last .
report was that she was
.doing nlicely.
r., Mrs R L Moore has returned 7 $7.50 PERMANENTS $5.00
. from a week's visit with her daughter -

I For The Ladies t hatchee., Mrs Ruth Hembree. at Stein- t. VA ,.I.d Jf Also Specials Permanents on other


1 Mrs Caulley Copeland and son,I g L'fel

fi ? : Nylon Negligee & Gown Sets, Flannel Robe & I Cliefton of Cross City visited her PHONE HU 3-6200 FOR APPOINTMENTS
t i Pajama Sets, Fancy & Plain Knit Sweaters, parents, Mr and Mrs R Rowe, during -
l Bouffant Pettislips, Pajamas in Capri & Clam the holidays.Mr BYRON BEAUTY SALON

J Digger styles, Wool Jackets in .Navy, Red, and Mrs Albert Campbell I Idays'
White & Charcoal, Buttersoft Leather Coats & returned home Sunday from a ten
visit with Mr and Mrs J A I MRS. MYRTLE MILLIRON
Jackets, Quilted Robes in Nylon & Cotton,
MISS MELBA SELPH. j 1
Jewelry, Panties, Hose, Scarfs, Stoles, Gloves, Campbell and Mr and Mrs Irones i '
Senior
Campbell and son Mike in Vero, Operators
Scuffs & Slippers with Foam insoles
!I Madison, Florida
Beach.
Items %
Personalized :Mascot Gift
Mrs Ruby Breare of Mayo spent I.. 1. ? '
Thanksgiving day here with Mrs .
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For The Men ,
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} : ,,4 Vallie McMullen. I l 1\- \ \ --.-
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Sportsman Travel Lite Set in Leather I children and Miss Annette Williams -' EAGLE will Wrap your Christ-
i 1 I and children and Miss Annette -;I'mas Gift FREE and Hold yNfRE'SCHARSE
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Williams, of Jacksonville were EVE I ?
Case, Sportsman Pre-Electric Shave 'I spending Thanksgiving day with Until CHRISTMAS

,Mr and Mrs J H Williams.The SING
ASSOCIATIONAL CAROL
I Lotion, Cologne, Talac! & Shaving La'tJi7 Rev W 0 McMulIen of -
Mayo will be guest speaker here The Middle Florida Baptist As-

J I lion, Manicure Sets in Leather Case, next church.Sunday at the Methodist sociational Carol Sing will be held
Sunday afternoon Dec 6, at 3:00p
Tie & Cuff Link Sets Clothes Brush Mr and Mrs J B Golden and m with the Macedonia Baptist .
family of Atlanta are here on a Church.
All churches and choirs I

Tm-1: & Manicure Set Combination, Personalized visitwith tin enroute Mr to and Jacksonville Mrs J ,C where Mar- invited. II

I they will I
make their hame.
S: ; Mascot Gift Items. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Sherwin \Williams "Gone to get a cuppa I i

Paint Coffee at Towne Square !
Florida Statutes I
For Boys For Girls s: IN THE COURT OF THE COTNTY \
i I JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY, Bryan Electric Co. Inn al! night!" j jG'J i iI iI I
ages 1 to 14 ages 1 to 7Sweaters fir'Sweaters I I FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.In now open I

Scarfs Scarfs ..it'f' 1- re: Estate of Dessie Thompkins '
Shirts, T-Shirts Blouses, T-Shirts I I Deceased.TO I
ALL CREDITORS AND PER-
Suits, Jewelry Bouffants Pantie
s a SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -
Pajamas, Slacks Slips, Jewelry AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
I : .. Cowboy Outfits Raincoats, Gowns You and each of ;you are hereby yy n'Yo.
otified and required to present any
c Jackets, Caps White Fur Muffs
J claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of Dessie Thompkins, deceased -
For Infants Most EverythingTHESE late of said County, to the
p County Judge of Madison County,
ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE MANY Florida at his office in the court
house of said County at Madison, We take pride in giving an all-round banking service. !
ITEMS FOR YOUR SELECTION. COME IN, '- --
Florida, within calendar i I
BROWSE AROUND AND SEE FOR YOURSELF r rf months from the time eight of the first Trust.., Funds.i ,. Checking Accounts, Savings -Accounts, :

,., .' EU ItLA BE OPEN :liEEK r iyF : publication of this notice. Each Safety Deposit Boxes, Traveler's in
<. :,:,,]..v:; DAY E R .-,. claim or demand shall be in writing Checks-anything .
l *" b and shall state the place of the Banking Line.
,1 J: l. 1 STORE HOURS -.8:30: A. M. TO 6:00 P. M. ;/ C'efr-. <; iBREEDEN'S residence and post office addressof
:Uo <'''', ,::1 f;+ fj
f ; the claimant, and shall be swornto
DROP IN AND SEE US
-/ ,. "t..t.n( S/::" by the claimant, his agent or
:Hiii.Closing attorney, and any such claim or
demand not so filed shall be void I
/s/ OLLIE C THOMPKINS,
FASHION & GIFT SHOP As administrator of the Estate of Florida Bank at Madison
Located in the Setzer Shopping Center Dessie Thompkins, Deceased. i
_. FLOREE T. BREEDEN MADISON, FLORIDA First publication 12 4, 1939. Member Federal=: Deposit Insurance CorporationAnd

Owner-Manager Phone HU 3-6850 14-4t-ch OCT Florida National Group of. Banks
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i C Davis Turner former Madison BROTHER DIES
Out Sale l I :
con-I business man was stricken by a I ,
I heart attack and died during a Mrs Ruth Millinor and Mrs
tinues at French Shop meeting of the Rotary Club at Henry Ragans were called to Craw- For TheReUpholster
I Marianna Wednesday. fordville Monday by the death of

and Girls Only on E.I Mr Turner was owner of a store Mrs Milliner's broth, Ani.cvE:
!here in the twenties. Tully age 77 which occurred at CHRISTMASHOLIDAYS
Forsythe Memorial hospital: Tallahassee -
College Ave., Tallahassee EAGLE will Wrap your Christ- I following an extended ill-

mas Gift FREE and Hold ness.
Fla. i i
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I II THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD
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JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
MADSON COUNTY, FLORIDA.

'\ Stump Bros0CASH i In re: Petition_of Leo A Almand
: For the Adoption of Nancy Eliza- Now
beth: Anderson, A Minor. ,
NOTICE BY PUGLJCATION OF
, & CARRY PETITION FOR ADOPTIONTO At The Factory By Factory-Trained ExpertsANY
: JOE ANDERSON, whose ad-
dress is unknown.
ADOPTIONYou 2 Pc. SOFA BED SUITE
Ga. & Fla. Whse
Freight
are hereby notifieed that a .
petition has been filed in the above --
styled court by Leo A Almand for As Low As
316 S. Patterson Street : Phone CH 2-5566 .
,! the adoption of Nancy Elizabeth
VALDOSTA, GEORGIA Anderson, a minor, and you are required -
to serve a copy of your
1/4x4x8 Interior Plywood .. .. .. .. ... St. $ 3.00 answer or objections to show cause $69.95.

3/4x4x8 Interior Plywood ..;. .... St. 7.25 why said petition shpuld not be

2-4 x 3-2 Window Unit .. . .. .. .. .. Ea. 10.95 petitioner granted on W the T Davis attorneys and of Frank the

2-8 x 4-6 Window Unit .. .. ...... .. .... Ea 12.85 A Graham Jr. Madison, Florida, and: EASY TERMS
DuPont Professional House Paint ...... Gal. 4.35 file the original in the office of.

Sheet Rock 3/8x4x8 . .. .. .. St. 1.38 Madison the Clerk County of the Florida Circuit, on or Court be-,i i Includes all labor and materials, retying springs, touch-op oil

Full Thick Rock Wool . .. ... .. .. M 50.00 ore the 11th day of January, I960. Finish, Tightening frame, re-padding, fabric and upholstering:
20x6-S Flush Door Mahogany ...... .. Ea. 4.90 Herein fail not or a decree pro'

2-6x6-8 Flush Door Mahogany. .. .. .. .. Ea. 5.50 confesso will be entered against >ou.! ALL WORK GUARANTEEDCome
Witness my hand and the seal
215 Ib. Thick Butt Shingles . . . Sq. 5.85 of said County in Madison, Florida,
this 1st day of December, 1959. by our store- and see our large selection of fabrics cJ ...
THESE AND MANY MORE MATERIALS AT
t ALL---.- Circuit DALE Court.M. LESLIE, Clerk of the call and we will have a representative bring them for you*

Wholesale Prices By: Jane W Baker, Deputy Clerk. selection
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Mr and Mrs Charles Reese of ... --" y

IjjJJW.J.1JI1 BaptistCircles TOYTOWNjiowopenai{ >> Johnstown, Pa, came Monday fora
several days visit with their son- Plenty Roll-Fast
... Madison Home Center in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs
i.i Circle No. 1 of First Baptist Robert Mickler and children. They BicyclesREADY
::::: ; : church met Monday a. m. with Mrs will leave the last of this week .
; Ef:2T' t R B Bryan, with ten members HONORING VISITORSMr for their winter home in Orlando FOR CHRISTMASBuy
I f- pI icsent. Mrs M D :Minter gave the lut will return here to spend Christ- on E-Z Pay Plan
I devotional, Missions in the New and 'Mrs James Moncrief en- mas with the Micklers.
griT Testament, Luke 9: 1-3; Luke 10: tertained forty guests at an infor- Messer Battery & Tire
:::::::: ;; : 1-4; Matt 10: 6-10. Coffee and
4a.x. mal supper party Friday evening SCHWINN BICYCLES
cookies were served .
complimenting Mr Moncrief's Company
ii'i.I.:1. Circle No. 2 met with Mrs Paul parents Franchised Dealers & Service
McClune with nine members present Mr and Mrs James A Mon- HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.I .
: Mrs Hoyt Haynes gave the crief, of Talladega, Ala. I ,..
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j a monthly mission magazine. camellias in arrangements introduced -
(4; .. Hostess served sandwiches, cookies the seasonal motif in the Middle Florida Baptist
=: and coffee. living room. A silver tray of red
Circle No. 3 met with Mrs Shelton -
and white camellias centered the
Williams, with ten members ASSOCIATIONAL TRAINING UNION
aqua damask covered dining table
present. Mrs .T M Raines gave the
where a variety of hors d'ouevres,
circle Hostess
served coffee
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program.
Our l-Policy" Package gives and cookies. sandwiches, coffee and cake were

Circle No. 4 met with Mrs Vernon served.
.. Ragans. Mrs Johnnie Smith, chairman Included among the guests were
toO
lots of
you coverage, presided, and part of a new the North Florida Junior College M NIGHTDecember
mission book, By All Means was faculty and other friends.Mr .
this economical plan gives you a long list of coverages given. Hostess served peach pie, Sunday
and Mrs Moncrief left
for your home,including fire...theft...liability..wind4torm..smoke..falling -: ice cream and coffee. to return to their home.
objects..hail..glass breakage, Nita McCullough Circle met with
Mrs Jack Collins with thirteen
r..explosion.This protection and more, with one policyu members present. Miss IreneVil- REMEMBER! 7th, 1959

i._4.premiunt.Call l l1S for details. Iiams, chairman, presided and the
circle finished a mission book. Holy "The Magic Touch" will be pro- MOBILIZATION MEETING OF CHURCHES
Spirit in Missions. Hostess served duced by the Junior Ciass of Madi-

MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY fruit cake, nuts and coffee. son High School in the high school At Macedonia ChurchBeginning

auditorium. Friday night December
4 8 o'clock. See this hilarious
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;u 03 W. Pinckney, Telephone HU 3-625r( ) at at 7:30 P. M.
Com $1.15 in Jasper 3-act comedy! I

Representing the Hartford.fire Insurance Company Group" Admission: 50c and $1.00.14-lt-ch EVERYONE WELCOMEFURNITURE


,1960 PLANTING AFFECTS
FUTURE COTTON ALLOTMENTHow ,
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recent legislation affects the iEV -, ..: ,-".. .:>:$""
determination of farm cotton allot- ,. > <" '.;; :a..I
our ments for future years was ex- .
plained today by John Cone, Chair- i '
ANNIVERSARYas
SECOND man, County Agricultural Stabilization 'C"
managers of and Conservation.For J
1961 and future years, according .
to the Chairman, the new
Yellow Pine Cafeyour
A.\-W. .
law requires that, in determiningfarm I 1t 4 *
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cotton allotments the farm ..-;;,- 'N-
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are invited to come see Us cotton allotment for the precedingyear ,:. .::n ,;::.
and enjoy our famous shall be used as the "base"if
at least 75 percent of the farm
95c ANNIVERSARY DINNERsame allotment for that year was plantedto
cotton or regarded as planted to
( price- as on week days) cotton. Therefore, the acreage CH 2-1515 128 N. Patterson Valdosta Ga

planted to cotton or regarded as ,
Mr & Mrs Jake Milligan planted on a farm for 1960 must j
be at least 75 percent of the regular

(ChoiceA the) farm entire allotment allotment to as I preserve abase Free Delivery You can get_ it with credit at Dowlings

THANKSGIVING DINNER for 1961.


More than one hundred twenty- FAMILY DINNERMr

live members and visitors attendedthe

Annual Thanksgiving dinnerat and Mrs J P Johnson had as :
the Country Club Thursday even- guests at a family dinner Thanks- :
giving their son, Ken Johnson, of
ing.The golden autumn colors were Marion Military Institute, Mr and
Mrs Joe Bevan and son, Jimmy x -
evident in the arrangement of yellow -
Eevan, of Georgia Tech, Mrs J J
chryysanthemums and silver Newman, Miss Audrey Newman,
candelabra holding yellow candleson Mrs C L Geiger: Miss Lilla John- "Y i, '
the buffet table. Huge bakedturke.s son and Rev Paul T ouchton. L .. -
baked hams and all the
trimmings were served buffet style.
Smokey Says:

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The faculties of NFJC and Madison MORE PEOK V/OULP/ BE.
High and Elementary Schools CAREFUL WITH FIRE.!
will be honored at the Christmas I I rF

tea given by the Madison Woman's '
Club at 4 pm.. next Thursday, II ; : : ,: ,
Dec 10th. The entertainment feature -I w
will be a musical provided by
:Mrs R C Home, chairman of entertainment -
Mrs J Wyche is chair- I "
man, and l\Irs.. C Dickinson, co- ,,< ;- 4a ,5 5.s
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children were guests of relatives in Y 0 5 w N r.Jam. .% i4E
College Ave., Tallahassee -, Birmingham Ala. over the Thanks- (
giving holidays They attended the
Fla. wedding of Mrs Weger's niece while .'. .'
there.

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of Charming Early American. six k

Notice To FarmersWe
We invite home makers to

come in and let us show you i .
buy Yellow Ear Corn the r H

year around this quality furniture. You'll i f fi

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Bible Material: Acts 9:10-31. '
Deyotlonal Beading: Colossians 31217.
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FIFTEEN thousand, nine hun- ; :
persons decidedfor q
Christ when Billy Graham was
down in New Zealand last"spring." U k
(It was fall down there.) What will
happen to those 15,000 new con- ,$ ir AYv
verts? What has happened to con- ,
verts in other Billy Graham meet- i f
ings? The answer to that question
depends on the
converts them: I wv

selves; but it de- 7' N.YP .
pends also a I v r F I' -
great deal on a .
what other
tians do Chris-I 1r
Billy
said "After the

obstetricianthe t t'1
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birth of a baby is important good :
news; but suppose from that mo- :
ment everybody forgets the baby
and nobody does a single thing for J
him? In that case the baby mightas
well never have been born. (
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, Paul was a new convert I ,.
once. The church of the ages owes } o tA
much to him, but we also owe a .
great debt to some people without
whose help Paul would hardly have
become the great apostle and missionary -
that he was.
He was very eager to get back
to Jerusalem where he had built
up his career as an antiChristian.He .
risked his life, in fact, to get
back there. He knew that the most
I effective place to give a good wit-
ness is just where you have madea
bad witness in times past. It is

much easier to go to a strange -
I place for a complete new start, ,_"" =."-- : '. -- -' : ?&::

. than to make the new start in the

old surroundings. But Paul seldom THE CHURCH FOR ALL ,
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took the easiest waY; and so we
find him back in Jerusalem a ALL FOR THE CHURCH
lonely man. For not a Christian .;w: .. .... .'. I
there wou'd speak to him. He was The Church is tIle greatest factor on earth for

known at & bloodthirsty and implacable the building of character and good citizenship.Whatdo .
enemy of all Christians. '/ you think of that firstnlghtat.*. Reform School? It is a storehouse of spiritual value Without a
WhenlieTJegan speaking Christ
instead of against him the Christians of the world outside, dark and crisp, and the guys who hang strong Church neither democracy nor civilization

l were shocked and afraid. All around the drug store! can survive. There are four sound reasons, why
but one man, Barnabas. He took and
'I this new convert and introducedhim of kids and cops, laws and judges, courtrooms and cells themorbid every person should attend services regularly
to the church leaders support the Church. They are: (1)I For his
as a adventures of the )last I lagging n\onth.
fellow-Christian. And when they own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For
of the home from which came and what it might have
got acquainted with the man Paul, 0. you the sake of his community and nation. (4) For
things began to be di1ferent.That's been !
the first the sake of the Church itself which needs his
can do with new thing converts a Christian :just I And you think of God of days.when church bells fang and moral and material support. Plan to go to

get acquainted. Do you have evan- other kids went to Sunday School .. .and you had to l be quiet so youdidn't church regularly and! read your Bible daily.
gelistic services in your church or -
wake !
parents
community? And if so, what arethe your : Verses
new Christians to you? Mere .- of times when you might have prayed 7. but you didn't know Day nook' Chapter
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statistics, just a list of ? Or Psalms 38 6-9,21
names how and no one around you seemed t'! Sunday
are they really people? If all the Monday Proverbs 16 28-33
new converts mean to the older of questions you once asked about God but Dad was busy, Tuesday Psalms 142 LT .
Christians is statistics then that's Wednesday Acts 26 9-15
all they'll ever be, statistics. And and Mom hadn time to explain. Thursday Psalms 5 1-4
-- Matthew 7 7-12
in the end, statistics of missing The first night In 0 Reform School -= what-a tragic place I for-a boy Saturday Friday Psalms 119 a1-9 -

I persons.New converts are often more to be confronted with those vital spiritual issues- which- wise parents
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scared than they like to admit. CanI should have faced in their children's infancy.. '

hold out? they ask themselvesover Yf
and over. They have not yet Copyright 1959,Keiiftr Ad".Serr/ce.Strasbur,. Virgin!*
discovered that it is not a questionof -
their holding on, but of God's.

Now put a man who half-distrusts .... _. .. .. :: a.. .. .
himself in the midst of people who rG:: ;i;..A::. { :;';::<.;::2 :>;;:J ::: :i i;;; ;M k1 i: ;ii !rdtj1_!r. &M::* i:',t;:;:;': tliJ w4;;t r 21Ib::;: :::;;:in; .v.wrn jpw
have no faith in him just waiting .
like buzzards for him to fall so they
can pick his reputation to the bone, I i
and you start him off against ter-
rific odds. New converts need all

the It is encouragement nothing short they of cruel can get.for These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week, Sponsored by the Following Individuals and

people who profess to be Christians Establishments:
to act and talk as if they
were betting on failure for any new . 9_
Christian. Furthermore, we may . .
note that good practical Barnabas
did not keep his confidence in MADISON DRUG STORE BUDDY SMITHWESTERN AUTO STORE
young Paul to himself.He took him DUNN FURNITURE CO.
personally to the leading Christians -' i The Rexall Store HARDWARE J: J. Sale, Jr. Owner
of the city. I ... .,- MADISON, FLA. .
Phone HU 3-230< Madison, Fla. Madison Florida Phone HU 3-2385. Madison Fla. .
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A Job : Phone HU 3-2340 .
Paul was a tentmaker, not as a i.
hobby but as a job for pay. Perhaps -- '
he worked at that trade in I H\ ,
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Jerusalem. But whether he did or '
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not, the job that really interested
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him was an opportunity to witnessfor J. B. DAVIS, Inc.Madison ..
Christ. He preached and he debated BATTERY & TIRE CO.lIORROW INSURANCEAGENCY QUALITY CLEANERS
around Jerusalem, and we Florida .
be sure he would not have When
may MADISON, FLORIDA your clothes are not be
been given an opportunity to do Madison FloridaFRALEIGHASHLEY
this if the Apostles had not approved coming to you they should becoming
In short, to put it into .- :', REGISTER'S AUTO SERVICE
to us Phone HU 3-2255 ,
modern terms, they gave him a job Phone HU 3-6450 Madison Fla. !
in the church. Not that he was paid ,
. for it; but the point is the church BRYAN ELECTRIC. s,
S encouraged him to speak for =
Christ to his talents thinker and
use as Wiring Repair-Appliances "
',' CANTEY MOTOR CO.Madison f CHERRY'S 66" SERVICE
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and speaker and debater on behalfof TRUCK & TRACTOR CO.
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Jesus. The most weakening !MADISON, FLORIDA STATION
thing older Christians can do fora .;'. Phone. 'HU, 3-22J1 Madison. Fla. Florida .
new one is to throttle him down '- Madison Fla.lU .
to choke off his enthusiasm. The
best thing older Christians can'do

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....MIIM.....I. UNIVERSITY HONORS to investigate and reveal conditions I!I _I Smith Guests and of Mr and Mrs Carlton
family at Thanksgiving
ROBERT McCLURE JR. in the community and to make
recommendations. dinner were Mr and Mrs William
appropriate S Tires $12.95
1 December Specials McClure pointed out that historically Smith and baby of Perry, and Mr Goodyear
Democrat GO BY KELLY'SFOR Mrs W L Gaston, Mr and
(From Tallahassee ) the grand jury served as a and 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type,
AT J Robert McClure Jr of Tallahassee protector of the people by acting Mrs Ben Pfeil and son, Mr and plus tax and recappable tire.
junior in the University of!I as a guard against governmental YOUR WATCH REPAIRING Mrs A B Zipperer, .Miss Jenobel
Florida Law School, has been oppression.. It could also issue pre- Courteous Service Zipperer and Robert Andrews.x .
Thigpen'sGulf elected president of Blue Key I sentments commenting on matters of -x- MESSER
Outstanding Values
honorary service fraternity at the public interest. and Mrs Neil Webb and
University.He "Notwithstanding this deep-seated Come in and See Us daughter Diane of Gainesville were Battery & Tire Co.
Service succeeds Tommy Henderson, tradition" he noted "the modern KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP guests Saturday of Mr and Mrs
also of Tallahassee. McClure is the and Jenobel
weight of authority has curbed the MADISONlaw. A B Zipperer Miss
of Asst Atty Gen. and Mrs
On U S 90 Madison, Florida son Robert McClure. activity of grand juries when the Zipperer. I
: bounds of propriety were exceeded, .
t McClure served as presi-
HU 3-9942 Young and has restricted the scope of 4
dent and vice president of the i
Free Pickup and Delivery Service student body before entering mili- presentments."A
absent subsequent "It, provides the witha
tary service. He is a member of presentment a citizenry
CAR LUBRICATION $1.00 the University Hall of Fame for indictment may result in remedial recourse for correcting
service to student government. the inequity of holding one up for criminal as well as non-criminal
BATTERY CHARGE . 75c McClure is the author of an public condemnation while simul- conditions." a
article "Grand Jury Presentments: taneously denying him a forum for McClure expressed approval: of 7' 7 I
TIRE REPAIR . . 75c Protection of the Vindicated which retort, so that he is able neitherto judicial feeling that is moving
appears in the current issue of the rebut nor to mitigate the harsh toward limiting breadth of the presentments FOR CHRISTMAS
CAR WASH . :. 1.00 University Law Review.He effects of unjust criticism the and eliminating unwarranted -
Pie Mincemeat Pie Fruit Cakes
contends that a grand jury possible injury that can be inflictedby criticism of specific in- Pumpkin -
'ANTI-FREEZE installed $2.75 presentment, a term generally applied grand jury reports must be dividuals. WE SPECIALIZE IN
to an accusation not amount- carefully considered and weighed "Under present procedure," he Wedding Birthday and Party Cakes
Let us service your car or truck ing to an indictment, should remain against the desirability of having concluded "when the chastised

during the holidaysBUlIBIHHIHEf secret until the court of last resort an informed public." finally takes stock of his vindicated PARK CENTER BAKERY
acts on its propriety. DESIRABLE INFLUENCEThe position, he may have little left
LONG DISPUTE writer stated that generallythe with which to rebuild the house
The article reviews the long dispute grand jury presentment pro- that has been suddenly turned into 414 E. Park Ave; Valdosta, Ga. Phone CH 2-0577
over power of a grand jury vides a desirable lay influence in the glass by wrongful criticism."

NOTICE TO CREDITORS .

Florida StatutesIN
THE COURT OF THE COUNTY -

JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY, S. .
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.In .; COMPANY COMING.

Deceased.TO re: Estate. of John Milton Blount. .. ,. .; -

ALL CREDITORS AND PER- (
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -

You and AGAINST each of SAID you are ESTATE hereby: :

:notified and required to present STOCK UP. ON COKE !
any claims and demands which you, ;
or either of you, may have againstthe .
estate of John Milton Blount :
Reg.U.S.Pat Off
deceased, late of said County, to
the County Judge of Madison Coun- : \. .
ty, Florida, at his office in the cor nt 0 IM*.tut COCA-COU_PAn "tau-eou"..o 'coup we tivtnttt'.AO(......
court house of said County at K.
Madison, Florida, within eight cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication of thJi: notice.
Each claim or demand shall be in
writing, and shall state the placeof
residence and post office ad-
dress of the claimant and shall be
sworn to by the claimant, his agentor
attorney, and any such claim or lS
demand not s') filed shall be void.s .
/ RALPH N BLOUNT, As administrator ::1 '
of the Estate of John

Milton Blount, deceased. .. 1-'r:
First publication December 4, 1959.

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... fix our flats i that we enjoy today are acv ,these are ours to enjoy as long
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... listen to our troubles
; proportion to the; ..,number of people community to support them.
Every dollar that leaves this community
... serve in committees t'" Schoolschurches, doctors, electric helps to move somebody out.

... guide our footsteps ... power, stocks of foods medicines,I Every. dollar. that is spent here, helps'to
and clothing, trained technicians to bring more people in. --
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TIMBER WANTED! service that

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Any pine timber for sale, regardless insures the
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whole tracts. Please call ADEL' I best reception
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I SERIOUSLY ILL IN DOWN PAYMENT BANK FINANCINGTHEMUSICBOX
JACKSONVILLE HOSPITALDale Every$1 ;:

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Hinton, six-year-old daughter for this ."*/.
Kindly pull over to the curb. of Mr and Mrs J B Hinton, of I .
When buying your Our newsboys have instructionsto Pinetta is seriously ill at St. -Vin Phone: 6601 Quitman, Ga.
STAY OUT of the streets, and cent's Hospital, Jacksonville follow-
E-R from Newsboys we will appreciate your cooperating ing surgery last Thursday. Mrs Does ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
with us AND THEM for Hinton was Miss Bobbie Lee Caulk, this! _.
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r I I THEIR SAFETY Thank you verymuch a former Madisonian.Mr NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN -- County, Florida, at his office in the
THE COURT OF THE COUNTY court house of said County at
Please DO NOT in the and Mrs Gene Studstill and fi. JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY, Madison, Florida, within eight
park two children, Lee and Sharon, of FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.In calendar! months from the time of
street and make your newsboy nn FOX GO-BOY CARTS =
out into the street to make a sale.' HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. Jacksonville, were guests of MrsJ re: Estate of Miami Jane Donnelly. the first publication of this notice.
L Studstill for Thanksgiving. Mr I Deceased.TO Each claim or demand shall be in
and Mrs J L Studstill Jr and childI I ALL CREDITORS AND PER- writing, and shall state the place
ren of Panama City were also J N SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS of residence and post office ad-
guests of Mrs Studstill and Mr please care send AGAINST SAID ESTATE: dress of the claimant, and shall be
and Mrs Van H Priest.x $1-per-package, to feed You and each of you are hereby sworn to by the claimant: his agentor

SUWANNEE RIVER hungry..... .people abroad. notified and required to presentany his attorney, and any such
HAS MAJOR SURGERYMr i claims and demands which you, claim not so filed shall be void
CARE Food Crusade- or either of you, may have againstthe INES TERRY, As executrix of
L W Groover underwent New York 16, N. Y., or estate of Miami Jane Donnelly, the Last Will and Testament of
JUNIOR COLLEGE :major surgery Wednesday morning, your l local-CARE office., deceased, late of said County, Miami Jane Donnelly, deceased.
sov. 25, in Tallahassee Memorial to the County Judge of Madison ll-4t-pd

hospital for removal of kidney and If'
kidney stone. He withstood ,the "ITS WONDERfUU
operation well is doing nicely ands *1TS LIKE ENTERING "?0 D SURE MAKES
FOR NEGRO STUDENTS expected home this week. One *- A NEW WORIW IT MORE FOOUSH THIS TO YEARCNow' PAY
of his daughters, Mrs W H Morgan :
and a son, E L Groover, both 1
of Jacksonville, joined members of y ,at I
the family here to be with him
at the hospital.
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OFFERING THE FOLLOWING i ful Christmas lights a-glitter on
the streets. Theygivc; one a feeeling
of warmth and cheer and that the I
TWO-YEAR STUDY PROGRAMS: I Christmas spirit is aglow in all ; ; you ve _

hearts. FOrtD-The Finest Forts off Lifetime!
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1. General College Courses Mrs S H Moore spent Thanks- seen In style, in space in scat, in savings I
giving at Fort McPherson Ga with nothing's as new as Ford for 1960. What t
her son-in-law and daughter Mr styling! Never before a car so beautifully
2. Pre-Business Education Course and Mrs Buck Roberts. everything ., proportioned. What comfort! More people-

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room easier entry-no "dogleg" in the

PASSES MRS PALLIE IN JACKSONVILLEMrs HOLDER You're looking at the greatest change In doorway greatest vsibility ever. And
3. Pre-Engineering Course what a ride! Solid and. secure with newS ; -
automobiles in a generatIOn Come to our
Wide-Tread Design.THUNOERBIRDWoycT. _
Pallie Holder, 83, of Lee
'shourooms and enter a wonderful o world
died Thursday night in a Jacksonville .
4. Pre-Law Course hospital. She was a nativeof 'oj power,performance,fashion and luxury. '
*MOIl Wanted Carl
Hamilton county but was a 'And see the greatest choice, the widest range
resident of Madison county for Who said the Thunderbird couldn't be made
5. Pre-Medical Course thirty years and a member of of prices ever offered by any dealer. i f finer Here is the ultimate in driving luxury

Beulah Baptist church. .. with automatic soft top or sleek hard top
Surviving are three daughters with optional sliding; sun roof. Every styling
6. Pre-Nursing Course Mrs Joe Voyles of Live Oak, Mrs
detail is perfected .and with blazing Thunderbird i
Oscar Hurst of. Jacksonville, and
Mrs Hubert Nevels of V.-8 power it "iust beats an)thing." \
Pompano;
7.. Terminal Courses (Trades) will and two sons, Fred, of Lee andJ I II
I C of Pompano.
Services were held Friday after- ) i
be offered as demands justify.For noon in Beulah Baptist church east FORDS i
of Lee, with interment in Beulah '
cemetery. The Rev John R Collins ,-
Further Information, Write: officiated. FALCON-7 Htw-tne Ford COME ENTER A-WONDERFUL; ;

Music was presented by Rev and NEW WORLD OF FORDS
.What a life in our new Falcon! It's the easiest car in
REGISTRAR Mrs I T Carter and Mr Hubert
Burnett, and T J Beggs Jr Funeral .the world to own-so easy to steer, brake and park. AT AMERICA'S FIRS i
JENYETHEL N. MERRITTOR Home was in charge of arrange And its up front engine gives you the power you need {tCO'MPLETE AUTOMOBILE DEALER'S
ments. t for U.S.A. driving! Everything about this lively 6-,
Active pallbeareers were Messrs. passenger Falcon makes it the No. 1 fun-car to drive.
Leroy Alderman V T Alderman,
Cleon Hurst, A G Bell Ernest Bell
PRESIDENT and L B Voyles.
-x- HARDEE MOTOR CO.

JAMES J. GARDENER Mrs T C McNally and Mr and I

BOX 772, MADISON, FLORIDA i Mrs ing and Tom the Martin week spent end in Thanksgiv-Lakeland, Corner Base & Hancock Streets, Madison, Ha. ;

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CONSTRUCTION ;

FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK COBLES Brought To You Weekly By I New and Remodeling i iI

I I n a I Howerlon Supply Co.

! ? ANDvucv4 REGULATIONS
RULE
(t:7I : Howard Sfudstill j

Mr and Mrs J P Morrow had as
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Q their guests several days the past

1959"6" SEASON Lumber Co. I week and for a Thanksgiving
I family dinner Sgt. J P Morrow of
;-c1 the U S Marines, Camp LeJeune N
! FOR Dl/CK SHOOTING '' C, Mr and Mrs Julian Thompson
DUCK DR MARSHALL and two children of Florala Ala,
USE ONLY SHOTGUNS HAMILTON do
I HUNTERS and Mr and Mrs George 'Westmore
NOT LARGER THAW ,
o c land and children of Tallahassee.
1O GAUGE AND AGE 16 AND OVERREMEMBERBUY iitts w you read the Fishermans Calendar
LIMITED TO A WHEN o '
3-f S HELL' A PUCK STAMP AT FISH mm* Rev Paul Touchton, Mrs Howard
I CAPACttY ANY U-S. POST .... Studstill, and Mrs J C Burnette
attended the Annual District Con-
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ference in Live Oak Monday and
r TO YOUR HUNTING I COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR Tuesday.
1', LICENSE-ANP SkSN
; FOR THE WEEK DECEMBER 6 THRU DECEMBER 13
YOUR NAME ACROSS 1 ,.
THE FACE OF IT ""(' Congressman
:: Time for Each Day, "Tells When Fish Bite Best"
i BEFORE YOU .

GO ..2"!" ISUN I MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN Speak HereCongressman
HUNTING I I I I I [
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mff 6:55 7:42 8:26 9:11 9:55 10:40 11:25 12:11PM
Matthews will speak to the public
PM PM PM PM PM PM AM I
this Friday night at the Legion
Home in Madison. All are invited
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NO MORE THAN 8 IN POSSESSrON.w. I. I The Congressman will also bo at
BAG LIMIT TO INCLUDE NOT MORE THAN : Greenville Post Office at 9 am.
2. WOOD PUCKS 1 HOODED MERGANSER AND NOr I i Madison Post Office at 1:30 pm,
MORE THAN 1. (NOT 1 EACH) OF THE FOLLOWING HOWARD STUDSTILL Pinetta Post Office at 3 pm and
REOHEAP/CANVAeACK, RUDDY PUCK Lee Post Office at 4:30 pm besides -
I making brief talks at Madison -
[ FLC'-RIDA GAME'ANt) FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION I I. LUMBER COMPANY I High School and North Florida -
Junior College, all on Friday.
December 4th.
HU 3-6106 MADISON, FLORIDA I
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COMPLETE PEST CONTROL HURT IN AUTO ACCIDENT MADISON OVERWHELMS I Miss Joan Sale of Florida South- Howerton Supply Co.

I Donald Edward Holton I CENTRAL HIGH I ern College, spent the Thanksgiving :
of Lee I holidays here
FREE INSPECTION received with her parents,
cuts and
bruises and minor! Mr and Mrs J
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BURKE EXTERMINATING lu.Q Frances chest injuries Wynn of and Jaspejr Miss Rachel I)' Madison High School's football Mr Sloan Morris Sale., of Monticello, TALBOTT PAINTAND
cuts
and
bruises and team closed out their season Wednesday was the guest Sunday of his brother
a broken foot in an'I night of last week defeating and sister-in-law, Mr and
JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist automobile accident last Friday by D Morris. Mrs D
Central High of Thomas-
night at
11:45 o'clock on the Blue WALLPAPER CO.AT
Q 111 East Green St., Springs road 3.1 miles east of Madi- ville 35 to 0. The team wound up -x- .
293JPERRY son. They with a 5-4-1 record. Mrs J B Phillips had as guests
O Phone were brought to the local CASTLE PARK
I hospital for treatment. Quarterback Donnie Floyd scored Thanksgiving day Mrs Henry Sims
VALDOSTA GA.
FLORIDA Mr Holton, driving a 1955 Ford three of Madison's touchdowns with and family of Clearwater; Mrs ,
sedan east, was taking Miss Wynn, runs of 45 43 and 44 yards respectively Fannie Malone of Day; Buddy Per- free parkingWe
I We exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and who is employed at the Chuck Wagon and shot a 22-yard pass to kins of Lee and Mr and Mrs Cleo
Ticks, :Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc. in Madison, to her home in- halfback Maury Bl}lock, who then Phillips and daughter of Madison. have a complete line of Dwoskfo
Jasper when he lost ran 23 yards for another score. Wallpaper and 1500 colors of Paints
,,, control of Precisionware Kitchen Cabinets
the car, ran off the road on the Barnes played a good defensive to select from. ,
l = -- ROTARY CLUBAt right hand side, then pulled back game for the winners. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO-

on the road and ran off on the left

;i SPORTING NEEDS hand Trooper side and Joe struck Peavy, a who culvert.investi-. I Expense-paid trip for 2O farm couples !.

) the Rotary Club meeting Wed- gated the accident, reported approximately .

r EVINRUDE MOTORS nesday, Nov 25, Attorney E M car. $600 damage to the
i Page Jr addressed the group on I
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the forthcoming election of the
FISHING TACKLE new District Governor. Principal BIG

BROVNINGVINCHESTER Burch Cornelius gave an account Basket Ball Schedule .

REMINGTON 'GUNS of the recent trip to Gainesville of ..
several Rotarians who went to hear
HOBBY CRAFT an address by International Rotary Basketball schedule of the North
COMPLETE PHOTO SHOP President Harold Thomas of Auck- Florida Junior College as so far. BERMUDA H H
land, New Zealand. arranged:
SPORTING GOODSLAMBRETTA Dec 5th St Johns Here -
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SCOOTERS Dec 12th Norman Park Here \
CARD OF THANKS Jan 8th Ocala Here HOLIDAy \:
Jan 16th St Johns
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THE SPORT CENTER Jan 28th Forest Ranger Sta. Here ,..., )
Feb 11th Norman Park There j '
Castle Park Shopping Center We wish to thank everyone .for Feb 13th Ocala There ,
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their many acts of kindness, expressions Feb 17th Forest Ranger Sta. There In
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VALDOSTA, GA. of sympathyand for the Feb 20th South Georgia There February, 1960, 20 winning 'ffr 1

beautiful flowers during the illness Feb 27th St. Leo's Here couples in the Allis-Chalmers /J '

and passing of our beloved mother, s=.-o\\ Fall Purchase Contest will va ....s....
Mrs Pallie Holder. May God bless o \y.mss : ,
NAVACO AWNINGS each one. .1r4j cation in balmy Bermuda and a"

HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY THE HOLDER FAMILY o visit fabulous New York City.
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THE YIELD IS UpON SAVING AT by doing part of your spring

: equipment buying now"
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Real opportunity to win- 2
ANNOUNCING- 1
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entries are limited to A ill s- __ 't d'

Chalmers customers whose

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rf .:: them between

, September 25 and the end of

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jfc; In addition to the Christ- ', ,4
; mastime toys there is BE A WINNER! Plan to '

our something children else that we will can far give outweigh join the other winning couples _

anything that comes in for a week of fun and sun.
a box or package present
for the future. SEE US FOR THE DETAILS

Anticipated dividend rate on insured Provide your loved ones witha RIGHT AWAY! : ; ,
fife insurance .1
program that -
savings payable December 31, J959 offers future -
4 security. It can
FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST should serve as you a be means taken of from support them CootaM hilled 'to fefarp!, state end feral IIawt, '% ,

OFFICE HOURS as a college education or saw ... ys.
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.security or J
MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM retirement. \ tit>r '
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THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON life insurance policy for your me*yivrtim.'V ..of. form egv Ln1. /
children-a gift that mil lice fora

The New lifetime. -
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115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA. INC. /

The Friendly Association Big'"Enough to Serve You, Small Callie Coody of Jacksonville
was the guest of her sister.
Enough To Know You Mrs C H Rains, for the Thanksgiving --'.' SHELL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS ,

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I caught. Dog races and auto-

mobile races are held duringthe Get Set
New for MadisonCOMPLETE
tourist seasons along with Something
1b V& ?fC NTtRPR1SRCOflDEflgRt1i !
many other recreational facili- For the HolidaysSHAMPOOS
*r IK$ C.tJ1 M1i.MSCVUMAI AW MMSIU euro Of KOBTI HMIM
MADISON. FLORIDA ties. New River, running BUILDING SERVICE

Telephone HU 3-6361 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. through the center of Ft
.... If you need help in building or
Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance Lauderdale, is only nine miles .
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year planning or NEW or USED
long and is said to be the 5-

Advertising Rates :Made Known on Application deepest river in the world for BUILDING MATERIALS-We have
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Entered at the Madison Post Office as sesond-class: matter June its length and width. Large it.

25. 1908, under Act of March 8, 1879. numbers of people from Madison -
and other .North Florida Let us WRECK YOUR HOUSE!
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T I. C. MERCHANT, JR.
counties have over the past

i AND ASSOCIATES thirty or forty years become 1. 1 PAUL B. WILLIAMSON

, Broward Countians. Ft Lauderdale ,
MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 .

i NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901.- was named for. Major Enterprises'

CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 William Lauderdale, who established -

a fort there when the SETS IiU 3-6781 MADISON, FLA.PAUL' .
T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. LATEST HAIR STYLINGVertleVpeauty

C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor country was Indian territory. WILLIAMSON ROBERT II. WILLIAMSONcY

,.. MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor I The county was named for Napoleon Salon .* \\-ner Associate

. MRS. W. WILSON, Advertising :Manager. I Bonaparte Broward,
. PHQ'_. HU 3-230 MRS|MARTHA E. WILLIAMSON, Secretary-Treasurer
i Governor of Florida from 1905 i!
MADISON, FLORIDA *
and Texas in the to 1909 and who was later',
Syracuse II I
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Cotton at Dallas Jan 1st. elected to the United States I

: November, and for that I LSU and Mississippi in the, Senate but died before he could I Navaco aluminum SAVE .

matter the whole of the early Sugar at New Orleans Jan 1st. take his seat in that body. Next I q TV
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jalousies
fall, was very kind to us this :Missouri and Georgia in the week, Calhoun county.

year so far as cold was con-I. Orange at Miami Jan 1st. H \verloll Supply ki W\(
I o.Corn .
c'rnedvith the government: Arkansas and Georgia Techin CARD OF HANKS(

t thermometer having dropped I the Gator at Jacksonville d "" CO: C sft

below forty only once; but this Jan. 2nd.
I want to thank the donors and
past week end the month went Since the state of Florida has the ones who offered their service, $1.15 in JasperMiss

.. cut with a bang. Sunday mornI I two of the big ,games, and and to those who sent cards and i

ing saw the temperature down these on succeeding days, we flowers and visits I received duringmy
I illness. Many thanks. Nancy Smith of
Scott
tn 29 and during the night look for a number of the more Agnes
MRS.
J. R.
GRAMyNGMr College spent the Thanksgivingholidays
Jack Frost made a great visit,I ardent fans to have a really here with her parents, Mr

with a plenty of ice and a low 'big j week end by taking in and Mrs E Robert Langley of and Mrs S A Smith. tiSOD

reading of 23 Monday morning. the big game at Miami Fridayand Jacksonville were guests Tuesday St0
I night and Wednesday of Mr and
Frost could be seen away u pt then hurrying up to Jack- Mrs T J Beggs Jr while Mr Lang- New QUANTITIIY RIGIHTS RESERVED
in the day in secluded spots. sonville for another big one le>, who is District Governor of HomesWe PRIICES GOOD Thru Saturday, December 5tn.

Saturday. Rotary, made his official visit to
JIIIIIIIIU! IWlllllmm IIIIII.mllrnnlh"i
the local club. use No. 1 flooring No. 1
siding, 5 sills, 2x8 floor joists. I

Attractive Thanksgiving Lights passed quietly Justice To Studies? sills termite and: shields floor joists over termite all bases.treated Our, Maxwell House ::

People over the country take two and three-bedroom homes are
here, although over the state same price as those that use No. 2 Mb. Vac
great interest in their sports.
lUMber anJ 3 sillsAVrite
deaths
accidental
twenty-two Limit =
== one Joz
Twenty-five thousand watchedthe PQk49
were listed for the four-day ; SPARKS BEST HOMES ::= 0 $5UU or l' E::
in cold weather in more Food
holiday. As might have been I game Madison, FloridaMr Order.
Jacksonville Saturday, forty B
expected, traffic accidents led I ". .... ... .. -
the list, but fires accounted thousand in Birmingham and a and Mrs James Copeland had as a ,I : \,1"11"," : ... .. ... .. : .
We are pleased to serve this
/ hundred thousand in Philadel- guests for the Thanksgiving holidaysMr
for three fatalities hunting|I i N G Erneston and AUSTEX ,
I [community and section in any and Mrs
of have
phia. Many the colleges
I three children of Boone, N C, who
accidents for two, and even i
of of which WITH 300BEANS
number ways, one is 1
put what we think is much are spending a while at FSU CHILI 29 t
drowning, that of a skin diver, with our Checking Accounts Can
overdue emphasis on their where Mr Erneston is working on
for one. Now extensive prep- Department. his PhD in music. Mrs Erneston,
football and unless the playersand PILLSBURY Plain Self-Rising
arations are already being made who is a voice teacher and choir ,
for Christmas, with the stores attaches are Teddy Nad- It is so easy to make paymentof director in Boone, was soloist at R 5.B49AG

full of Christmas articles and lers-we don't believe Teddy' obligations by check-and, the Thanksgiving service at the t

has been smeared by the TV besides, cancelled checkis Presbyterian church. The Ernestons ''' '' ... ... .",. ... ... .. .
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many of the newspapers full of disclosure (yet-we)- do not your will return to take part in ... .. j .. ." ,:'..I"" ..: I d, .' I. .. . .. .
Christmas advertising. Severalof an unquestioned receipt. the Christmas musical program to
see how they can do justice to be given Sunday evening, Dec. 13, U
the towns already have their studies, if indeed that is I And it is so easy, too, to havea in the Methodist church. SNOWDRIFT II 1
their Christmas lights burning.
Checking Account with
what they are there for. I us.
We were through Greenville ,'Drop in and make a deposit at Are your brakes safe?
) the other night and their Lb. Can
early
time during banking hoursor

display of Christmas lights is Great VegetableMarket i -any if that is not convenient, If not, drive in today to =-= 3 Limit a $5.00 one with or 49 =====s

most attractive. Broward county, in the far I,I jiist mail the deposit in. WeT more Order.Food -

---- southeastern part of the state, :T I are as near to you as your post McWILUMlS GARAGEMrs ''..... .".., . ., .. ..... ::
Games Mostly Over is, perhaps if Brevard is ex- I office box.BANK ",.. .., I 1 ....... ... ... .:....,.... .,.. ... ......... ,. ." ........ ...
W T Davis and Mrs H C LIBBY Yellow
cepted, the fastestgrowingcounty ClingPe.aches
have been spending
The Thanksgiving week end Merryday
in Florida. It has an Jacksonville with
several days in
also wound up, except for a OF GREENVILLEMember No. 2s
area almost twice that of Madison Miss Helen Marks and with Mrs 25mIllllIm1lltflrThllllllllTmflllLI ,
few scattering games this Sat- county and a population Of Federal Insurance Helen Marks who is a patient in a Can
urday, the regular football sea- hospital there.
sixteen times as great. It was Deposit Corporation ....
son. Since the University of Greenville, FloridaSmithCorona -T- :::::=:;
formed in 1215 from Palm Mrs W W Huffman and Miss
Florida team its last -
two
won =
I Beach and Dade counties. The Ruby Horton of Jacksonville were -

I games and came through with industry, farming, and I I Iteurist -.. ,. I guests of their brother-in-law and HORMEL CANNED
and J L Christmas
. a 5-4-1 season, the clamor -- -- sister, Mr Mrs
light construction industries I for Thanksgiving.
t against Coach Woodruff will L
make the principal sources, =-
probably be eased up a little up adding == $299 3E
of income. The county frontson == ;;;;;
e even though this record can-I the Atlantic ocean and the .H..i. .m. 4
Machines Tires $12.95 please.
'. rot be classed as spectacular. beaches are a year-round typewritersand Goodyear = L..b..S..N. e.t.

i Florida State could do no better I .. .. ...,,... .. .. .. ...
than a 4-6 with its final gamea tourist attraction. All of the cash registers. 670 x 15, All-Weather tube-type -=.-........1... .. ,,, ..'. .. "'., ,....... ... ....... ,".'.. ..." '" ... .,
'I cities in the county are on or plus tax and recappable tire.
comparatively easy one, but i W-D "BRANDED" ROUND or SIRLOIN
the coast. Broward is J
its coach had already been runaway I Ii near The MESSER
a great winter vegetable county
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to a more highly paying!;
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'and beans, peppers, cucumbers, Enterprise-Recorder STEAK LB 891WD
job. Florida A & M won all I & Tire Co.
\ of i potatoes, squashes, tomatoes, Battery
ten its games and has been
lima: beans, and egg plants are
classed as the top negro college "Branded" DeliciousT.BONE
team in the country. grown for the northern mar- *
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and other citrus fruit are'. W-D "Branded" Flavorful

Big Games in Florida I grown. Cattle raising and com- GIVE NORGE APPLIANCES CHUCK ROAST 49'

Now for the bowl games. We mercial fishing are great in- u,

I the REFRIGERATORS STOVES. ....,.. .. ...., ..... ....."..... ..... ... .. ,.._. ... .
believe the one near home, in' dustries. One of largest WASHERS ......-. .... ". ....... .. .., .."... ... .." .. .. .. .
Jacksonville, is about as attractive -vegetable markets in the coun- HOME FREEZERS =
I = J. JEWELL .
GRADE "A"
as any. In additionto try is located in the county at QUICK FROZENGreen
1st Payment Due 15th 1969
the many minor bowl games, Pompano Beach. Port Ever- February ii FRYER

the big ones stack up this way: |I'glades; at Ft Lauderdale, the
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Texas Christian and Clemsonin county seat, provides facilitiesfor QUITMAN ELECTRIC CO.

the Bluebonnet at Houston large ocean-going vessels. Ii BREASTS

Dec 19.Penn. I Many light manufacturing industries ..ELECTRIC, PLUMBING & HEATING CONTRACTORS = or 2 Box lb. 99 I

; State and possibly Navyin I are located in the coun-. FIXTURES, APPLIANCES, LAMPS, TELEVISION -- THIGHS

the Liberty at Philadelphia ty. Since the county is a great =. ... .. .. .
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the Rose at Pasadena Jan 1st. many varieties of'fish are I
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i 1 Charles Tomlinson and daughter I' Bfll Bunker, who is in U S'

it's 1rosti. mat !! of Opelika, Ala. spent Thanksgiving Naval flight training at Pensacola
here with his mother Mrs C I
spent the Thanksgiving holidayshere
1i ROOT D Tomlinson, and Mr and Mrs J P'
with his Mr and Mrs
*ftMMhOi parents.
t. I'I
"ros BEER" is t Tnirlinson.t W V Bunker.

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I t .##" " " #" Corn$1.1nJasper 1 Hungry children will smile again, needy people

t W. B. >Davis> Jr. WOMEN NEED COSMETICSThere :. bless your kindness, if you join the Food Crusade.

CARE gets foods from the U.S. farm abundance
I REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: is a tremendous demandfor I --. buys other items packs units to match .

I ACREAGE FARMS AVON. We have attractive Nat Norfleet,. who has been ill needs in various countries delivers one pack.
I I BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL opening for capable women. at. Georgia Baptist Hospital Atlanta for $1 And and
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL Write 3103 Tal- Insurance i. age every you give. your name ,
Box
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AVON ,
APPRAISALS lahassee.NO was admitted to the National address go with every package, to make friends

! ABSTRACTS OF TITLE ;r Health Institute, Bethesda, Md, last across the worldl --
Thursday for further treatment. Mr sends
TITLE INSURANCE every J*| a Food
and Mrs Kirby Reichmann and Mrs
112 West Base Street Hunting, No Fishing, N.O Trespassing Crusade package
I Norfleet accompanied him and Mrs
MADISON. FLORIDA farm. WALTER
.i on my We will be happy to talk with Reichmann and Mrs Norfleet re-
Phone HU 36277Broadus CONE, Greenville, Fla. 10-6t-pd .
mained at his bedside. The Nor
t! NO HUNTING on my place. you about any of your insur- fleet children, Nat and Mike, ac-

WilloughbyREALTOR HENRY MESSER. 12-2t-ch ance problems.. In these days of companied Mrs Fred :Mickler and

inflated values, unless one has Mrs E P Sanders Jr to Madison and

Phone Office HU 3-6481 FEDERAL LAND BANK repeatedly checked on his insurance are with their grandparents here.x .

Residence HU 3-6481, Madison it is quite possible -

MADISON, FLORIDA Farm Timber Ranch Loans i that the f J
adequate insurance he Mrs C D Tomlinson accompanied

FOR SALE Long Terms Low InterestSEE had a few years ago is not adequate her son, Charles Tomlinson, Sundayto
. Opelika, Ala, for a visit there
One 2 bedroom house close Iny THE REPRESENTATIVE AT now.
I OO.OO down, balance like rentHOME THE MADISON COURT HOUSE anu in Albany Ga. for two weeks. .
Mrs Perry Swindle, who had been .A
AND INCOME EVERY TUESDAY MORNING. Call in and see us at any time
One triplex, good condition- the guest of Mrs Tomlinson last

Edgewood S/D, $1500 cash, balance week accompanied them as far as

monthly; like rent. Williams Insurance her home at Ray City, Ga.
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FOR RENT

'One 3 bedroom house $55 month. Mr C P Kelly and Mrs Emmie

One 2 story frame house. close Agency Howerton and two children Mary

in, $35.00 month. repairing done by set "doctors" GENERAL INSURANCEBox and Colin, spent Thanksgiving and
the week end in Atlanta.x .
FOR SALE: Six used house trailersin 373 Ph HU 3-6270

good condition, some like new. 6 MADISON FLA.BrideElect -

Small down payment and mo.ein. Judge R H Rowe was a visitor at

ROGERS TRAILER SALES, Daytona Beach the past week with ...----.--.-........................-....................--..... .
U S 90 East, Phone HU 3-6555. Judge and Mrs M G Rowe.
11-tf-ch Feted CARE 660 First Ave., New York 16, N. Y

milk One or your nearest CARE address I
FOR SALE: One cow.

horse for work or riding. EDGAR Mrs D D Morris-, Miss Delia Mar- J. M. LASHLEYPhone Here is $. . for the Food Crusade. .. i
BLAIR, Rt 2. Madison, .
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Fla.13ltch and Mrs W T Coody were host-
FO 2-1580 --- /
Wo know how to diagnose your esses Friday afternoon at a lovely Name .
LIVE FLA.
FOR SALE: Florida Black Rye: TV's ills and cure 'em fast tea complimenting Miss Jenobel OAK I
RT. 1, BOX 210 Address
and AB110 Oats. High germination. Zipperer, bride-elect. The Morris i
PAINTING & WALL PAPER
CARL SMITH, HI. 2, Madison QUITMAN home, open to seventy-five guests,
HANGING
Fla. 9-lt-pd. was decorated with camellias and
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gladioli in the '
living room. A ..
FOR SALE: AB 110 Oats. Highgermination. TELEVISION SERVICE beautiful arrangement of bronze !

HOWARD HUGHEY,, chrysanthemums centered the tea I IY'
3 Madison, Fla. 10-4t-ch 401 E Stevens St. -
Rt. table and two-toned mums and
We Repair
SELLING timberor double begonias were other arrange- G
BEFORE
your Record-Players-Automobile. RadiosA
ments in the The table
dining room.
timber land, please see me. We Few Choice Selections
are also interested in buying a IN USED TV SETS was overlaid with an imported
embroidered linen cloth.
limited amount of pine-hardwood; Work guaranteed satisfaction -
Mrs N Jordon Akridge of Cocoa t
pulpwood delivered by truck to PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE
loaded R R cars.: presided at the service at one end
Foley, Flt., or on OUR WAY OF SAYING
call of the table pouring coffee and .,2 .
write or
Eect "THANK YOU"
I Miss Billie Jean Coody, Misses ?'Y
L. P. GIBSONRt. : ? {
Phone 9481 Quitman, Ga.
3, Madison, Florida Catherine and Elizabeth Smith, Mrs
Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers
Lake 8363 Alex II Smith and Mrs A V With-
Phone: Cherry .
ers assisted as dining room hos
; FOR RENT: To a couple. Up- NOTICE: I have bought. thew tesses. k'in
.
stairs apartment with dinette and \Viggins Welding Shop on U S Mrs Coody greeted guests at the

kitchenette, private bath and 90 east. Am now open for busi- door and Mrs Morris and Miss

shower. Apply :MRS M L ness and' cordially solicit your Martin entertained in the living :

WALKER, 115 W Dade street. trade. H J DAVIS 13-lt-pd room and introduced guests to the s4 .
Phone HU 36243. 13-tf-ch receiving line. Receiving with the
Back 1905. when there were only 101 motor
WANTED TO HIRE: We have honoree were her mother, Mrs Azell vehicles in Florida Standard Oil's quality

/ openings for two men in our JOHNW.WADSWORTHRegistered B Zipperer, and Mrs Irene Andrews products were available wherever the motorist
I mother of the prospective chose to drive.
Sales Department which pay top

I remunerations, paid vacations, i bridegroom.The r
SurveyorPhone honoree's from the .r *
and ideal working conditions for I gift 'w. '>> :.
hostesses was the coffee pot in t.
the right men. Sales experience HU 3-2372 J ;
china. v.I
her pattern of .
helpful but not necessary. MADISON. FLORIDA BRIDGE LUNCHEON J
JOSEPH BEVAN, HAR- ,
Apply ,
Conway Pines was the setting \' !
DEE :MOTOR CO. 12-2t-ch luncheon'' .. ; : .:J
For your grinding and mix- Saturday for a bridge

FOR RENT: Furnished apartmentwith ing on your farm; call WEST complimenting Miss Zipperer given -- i. .
by Mrs S A Smith and Mrs Walter -
one bedroom living room, END :MILLING COMPANY
D
Cooper Jr. i
kitchen and private bath, for
.
Quitman Ga. Call 4971 flowers used to
couple only. Also for sale: Three phone Autumn were -: t
fuel oil heaters. MRS E F DICK- collect. decorate the reception room where
tables were laid for twelve guests. '
INSON, Phone HU 32396.
6-tf-ch Place cards were in bridal design.A .
three course luncheon was served.
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FURNISHED Apartment for rent GIRARDIN JEWELERSFor Several progressions of bridge r

at 928 S. Range St. MRS G 0 were played after lunch. Mrs Guy .

PURVIS, IIU 3-6408. 10-2t-ch Morrow and Mrs Jimmy Sullivanwon
the prizes. The honoree received I
FOR RENT. Florida's great progress in the past ;
Furnished apartment SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL of silver and china
gifts
HU 3-2532, i half-century is reflected in the increase
HOLTON, ;
Call H T -
CO.14tfch. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY from the hostesses. of its motoi vehicles to 2,076,726 in
or HOLTON FURNITURE EXPERT REPAIRINGIi Included'among the guests were 195S .. with Standard Oil's quality products

Mrs A B Zipperer, Mrs Irene An- ttttl first in popularity

WANTED: Settled white woman to MEMBERS drews, Mrs Bobbie Ragans of ae
live in-care of house and 2 : Orlando, Miss Jean Ragans of At-
NATIONAL
school age children. Pleasant and lanta and Miss Ann Folsom.of FSU.

quiet surroundings. Write Bookkeeper BRIDAL S 0 0 Times change cars change i1
520 W. Brevard St, Tallahassee SERVICEVALDOSTAGA. Mr and Mrs Van H Priest entertained !
Fla. ll-3t-pd at a family dinner Thanksgiving yet three generations of Florida Y

night at the Country Club. 0 / e e motorists have continued to award -
WANTED: Some nice, soft, clean I Guests included Mr and Mrs J L
rags. No buttons or woolens. THE Studstili and three children, Vonnie, sales leadership to the products that r

ENTERPRISERECORDER.BHHMHBMBtf. I 303 No. Patterson John Lee and Otelia of Panama Q $ g they've found >give them the most .;

City Mr and Mrs W Burton Clark
;
. for their .
and three children, William. Peggy performance money- ir

STORE and FRONT Installation J. D. Scruggs. and Liz and Mr and Mrs C E Russell Standard Oil. You've got to be good a

Designing Van and Ann Russell, of -
:
COLUMBIA GLASS & PAINT CO. FORESTER Madison, and Miss Rosemary Clark, to stay out in front!

Lake City, FlaPhone 1227 REGISTERED'SURVEYOR at home for the holidays from Agnes -.. ( .

r r r Ph. HU 3600MADISON Scott College, and a friend, "Bill QD A :f I

YOUR KITCHENwith FLA. Stiefel. of Emory University.x .
MODERNIZE
G-E appliances and PRE- -x- : STANDARD OIL COMPANY
CISIONWARE CABINETS. Up Miss Mary Ruth Kramer of the and Mrs Henry Shaffer and I 0 0 CKENTUCKY'
write University of Georgia spent the Mrs Jim Cowart and daughter of
Call or
5 to pay. itatWa I
years *
to
FTO"
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. HU Thanksgiving holidays here with Jacksonville spent Thanksgiving at by U.S. comPikdi]'
Madison. Fla7tfch I her parents, Mr and Mrs Hyem their home here. Mrs Shaffer's Public RDtM .

3-6681 Kramer. Other guests of the Kramers sister; Mrs Godwin, o/ Quincy, was '

LIVE STOCK AUCTiONS at Thanksgiving dinner were Mr their guest Thanksgiving day.x T. J. BEGGS JR. Agent .
your cattle and hogs in our and Mrs Lester Greenfield of Jack- f. .

I auction each 1tl nday. Sales start lit sonville.Valter Blankenship of I Mr and Mrs R L Prine and son MADISON FLA: So. Horry St. & SAL R. R. s HU 3-2279
1:00. MONTICELLO STOCKYARDS. Eglin Field and Mr and Mrs I Rip of Cherry Lake spent Thanksgiving -

Monticello. Fla 3-tf-c}Kramer of Cairo, Ga. ; week end at Jabow Beach. U .

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S. DUVAL ST., PH. HU 3-6681 MADISON FLA.

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FORESTRY CONSULTANTS TIMBER MARKETING

PROPERTIESDr

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CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES

CHURCH CHURCH I 118 N. Orange St. N Jordan Akridge and three; MRS TEMPIE WEBB

JL preaching service every Sunday Eook Study: Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Memo Candidates young sons have returned to their s

WE WELCOME YOU A preaching Service every Sunday Service Meeting: Friday 7:30 p. m. home in Cocoa after spending I Funeral services for Mrs Tempie

1st and 3rd Sundays 1100; a. m. ..morning1st Ministry School: Friday 8:30 p. m. Thanksgiving here with Dr and Jane Webb, 65, were held Tuesday

2nd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. Bible lecture: Sunday 3:00 p. m. The 1960 political campaign is Mrs J J Conway. Mrs Akridge and I Nov 24, at 3:00 p. m. in the Corinth

Sunday School each 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. Watchtower Study: close at hand, and The Enterprise- baby daughter, who have been hereon Primitive Baptist church south of
Sunday at 10:00 a, m. Sunday School every Sunday.1st Sunday 4:15 p. m. Recorder would like to volunteer an extended visit with Dr and Lee with the Rev Robert Hines .

Prayer Service each and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. JumboHamburgers30cChoicest 'its many services to all concerned. Mrs Conway, remained here for officiating. Burial was in the adjoining -

Wednesday 8:00 p. m. 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. of Steaks and Sea Briefly, they are: the Christmas holidays.x cemetery. Active pallbearerswere
Family Night covered Family Night Covered Dish Supper 1. POLITICAL ANNOUNCE- -x- I Mack Hunt Leon Hatch La-
dish Friday Foods at WHITE TOP ; MENTS. Let the deer
supper, night after second Sunday people know vaughn Sessions, Jim Severence,
before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m Friday month promptly at 7:00' p. m. DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, your hat's in the ring with an and Mrs D F Burnett have Roy Kelley and Nathan Hill.

Woman's Society of Woman's every Society of Christian Ser- south of Madison. 3-lt-ch official E-R political announcement returned from spending Thanksgiving Honorary pallbearers were: Jim-
Christian Service which runs every week as long as with Mr and Mrs Farris Bryant mie Stanley, James Sale, Enoch
after
meets Thursday after vice meets on Monday night Mr and Mrs J T Brinson and you're in the race. and daughters in Ocala.x Parker, T J Thomas, C P Pritchard
1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p, m. four children spent Thanksgivingat 2. POLITICAL PRINTING. You'll I and Dewey Driggers.Mrs .
Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meets need of
Methodist plenty cards
Gordon, Ga-.vislting Mrs Brin- campaign leaf- Webb passed away in aLive
alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on son's sister and family the Carlos lets, and placards promoting your Mrs Paul Touchton has returned I Oak Hospital Saturday, Nov.
Springs Tuesday after Tuesday after the 4th Sunday Hawthorns. virtues to the voters who read. from West Palm Beach where she 21, after a brief illness. Born in
4th Sunday 8:00 p. m 8:00 p. m. 3: POLITICAL ADVERTISING.Since spent last week with her brother Madison County, she had spent most
Official Board meets 1st Wed-I The Official Board meets each SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW 1865 your hometown gazettehas and sister-in-law, Dr and Mrs of her life here until moving to
aesday each even numbered month month following the supper on M A F proclaimed the virtue and denied -I Lance Webb of Columbus, Ohio. Branford from Lake Wales in 1949.
after prayer service. Family NightP. 7:30 A. M' Gospel Music the lie about a long succes- She was married to Mr D D Webbin
Commission on Education meets 7:55 News sion of office seekers. Keep the 1912 and was a member of the
1st Wednesday each odd numbered : B. ROWELL S. S. Supt 8:00 Baptist Hour tradition going in 1960. First Baptist church: of Branford.She .

month after prayer service. MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE. Treas. 8:30 Gospel Music 4. RENTAL SERVICE. The E-R G-E Appliancesowe is survived by her husband;

JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt.I C. B. DAVIS PASTOR 9:00 Revival Time maintains a batch of those famous D D Webb, Branford; three daughters -

THOMAS SURLES, HARRY M. 9:30 Gospel Concert Used-Good typewriters (for writing Mrs Fannie Thomas, Madison;
COCHRAN, Asst's.C. LEE METHODIST CHURCH 10:00 News friendly notes to your supporters) on Supply Co. Mrs Dazella Seals Clearwater, and

B. DAVIS, Pastor. Preaching Every Sunday.1st 10:05 Sunday Serenade and Adding Machines which are Mrs Adel Thomas, Lake Wales:
and 3rd Sundays 10:45 Prelude to Worship helpful in totaling promises from brother John Johnson. Jack-
one ;
FIRST. BAPTIST CHURCH FLA. _-_ 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. 11:00 Morning Worship voters and keeping up with your Slight ChargeA sonville; thirteen grandchildren and
GREENVILLE 2nd and.4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. 12:00: News free .handouts. Remember, all ex- five greatgrandchildren.NAMED .
Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M. Sunday School Every 12:15 Afternoon Melodies penses should be accounted for.

Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Sunday ._ 10:00 a. m. 12:55 News 5. NO PHOOL FOTOS. Guaran-
Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M Methodist Youth Fellowship 1:00 Afternoon Melodies teed to make you look like a slight charge is made for: TO STUDENT POSTS

Evening Worship 7:30' P. M. ....-..u.- .._._ -,,. 6:00 p. m 1:30 Afternoon Melodies statesman. $ ALL ENTERTAINMENT
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P.M ZEB WILLIAMS, Pastor 1:40 Serenade In Blue C. SYMPATHETIC EAR. Along NOTICES Miss Virginia Barrett, freshmanat

HANSON METHODIST CHURCH BOB SEARCY Sunday School Supt 1:55 News with accepting printing orders and (regardless of sponsor) Andrew College in Cuthbert, Ga,
Preaching Services every First 2:00 Hour 0: Decision paid political ads we listen to all Q ALL NOTICES OF MONEY- has been named Publicity chairman

and Third Sunday 11:00 a. m. PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 2:30 Musical Sunday candidates' complaints about the RAISING PROJECTS I for the Student Christian Association -
and 7:00 p. m. 2:55 News dirty politics of opponents, the pan- regardless of sponsor) Reporter for the Palateirs of

Sunday School every Sunday Preaching every Sunday 3:00 Musical Sunday handling of the constituents, andanything $ ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE Andrew and Reporter for the school
3:55 News the candidate wishes to
10:30 a. m. ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY newspaper. She is a member of the
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
4:00 Hit = about the general situation.
Parade say
Family Night Saturday before 1 KIND Vespers Committee, International
.Morning Worship ___ 11:00 A. M. 4:55 News. However, there is no FREE AD- Staff.
Every sr ond Sunday 6:00 p. m. (regardless of organization) Relations Club and Annual
REV. C M." SAPPINGTON, Pastor Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M. 5:00 Music At Sundown VICE department. MSS Barrett was Star Studentat
Evening Services ........ 7:30 P. M. 5:30 Headlines & Weather i 7. ELECTION NIGHT. Congratu- Prices are reasonable. Rising production Atkinson County High last school
Frayer MeetingVednesday lations, commiserations, headache costs force us to omit ALL
6:33 Sign Off She is the daughter of Rev
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Evening _m.m___ 7:00 P. M. PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO remedies and tranquilizers. I FEE ADVERTISING.THE 'I and year.Mrs Paul Barrett of Pearson.
10:00 A. M.
Sunday School W B SEALS S S SuPerintendentJ CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE 8. AFTER ELECTION. Re- ENTERPRISERECORDERNOTICE Ga. and granddaughter of Mrs L G
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___ 11:00 A. M.
MorningWorship. ARTHUR CRUCE, Training Union duced rates for losers' messages of Sheffield of Madison.
Faptist Training Union 6-30 P. M. great appreciation and willingnessto TO CREDITORS
Evening Worship ___ 7:30 P. M. Director.ERNEST Daily Program Schedule! cooperate with the winners together Florida StatutesL

Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. GURR, Minister WMAF 1230 ON YOUR DIAL with an assurance of no ill THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Keaton Beach On
Brotherhood last Thursday will to the thousands who voted JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY FLO-
of each month at ____ 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO 6:00 A.M. Sign On against them. Sounds realistic, RIDA, IN PROBATE.In r .
The Gulf
W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. doesn't it? Regular rates to winners. re: Estate of John W Dutton, .
6:25 World & State News I
Evelene Kelley Circle Kindly let us know how we may Deceased.TO .
3rd Thursday __ 2:30 P. M. Come Worship With Us 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour serve you with our 8-point Candi- ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS Water front lots priced from
6:45 Hamrick
V. L. SINGLETARY, S. S. Supt Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Rudy(Mon. Wed., Fri. date Package Deal, listed above HAVING CLAIMS OR DE- $995. 10% down, balance to
ALBERT KELLEY, B.T.U. Director Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. ) briefly. MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN, Pastor Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. 6:55 World News Very sincerely, You and each of you are hereby suit. Safe, clean bathing beach,

WELCOME: TO Evening Worship ..___ 7:30 P. M. 7:05 7:00 Coffee State New With: THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER notified and required to presentany good fishing and hunting, just
Ray
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. claims and demands which Beach Home
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:45 World News you, the spot for your ,
Sunday School .___ 10:00 A. M, Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 7:50 State News CONSERVATION) or either of you, may have againstthe or week-end Retreat at a price
Jack Pickles ..._ S. S. Supt estate of John W Dutton, de-
___ 11:00 A. M.
Worship 7:55 Weather News
Morning Sim Andrews B. T. U. Director ceased, late of said County to the unequalled any place on the
Training Union _._ 6:30: P. it 8:00 Coffee with Ray
Evening Worship h._.__ 7:30 P. M. REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor 9:00 Morning Devotions (by L C Bruner County Judge of Madison County, coast. 20 rni. S. W. of Perryon

Prayer Meeting ...__.__ 7:30 P. M. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 9:15 Musical Interlude (Sell Conservation Service) Florida, at his office in the court Hwy. S361 (soon to be com
Church Business Meeting First CHURCH 9:30 Music Unlimited house of said County at Madison, pleted south via Steinhatchee).
Wednesday night of each month. 10:00 News Soil maps, showing the types of Florida, within eight calendar
Brotherhood and W. MU.. Second 10:05: Music Unlimited soils and other land features, were months from the time of the first Come see us, or write P. 0.

Thursday night of each month. caching Morning Service Services 11:00 every A.Sunday M. 10:30 Music Unlimited prepared on 523 acres in the Madi- publication of this notice. Each Box 301, Perry, Florida.

Preaching Services Every Sunday Service 7:30 P. 'M. 11:00 Music Unlimited son Soil Conservation District Nov. claim or demand shall be in writ- 4-6t-pd
Come Worship With Us. Evening 11:15 Public Service IS and 20. This work was doneon ing, and shall state the place of

REV. DOZIER SAPP, Pastor 10:00 Sunday A. School M. every Sunday at 11:30 Record Session the farms of Floyd Barker, residence and post office addressof Jumbo Hamburg 30c.

12:00 World News Kermit Davenport, A J Gay, El- the claimant, and shall be sworn
CHURCH BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. Choicest Steaks and Sea
LEE BAPTIST to by the claimant, his of
12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes bert Strickland C Sutton and G agent, or
REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor Prayer Meeting. every Wednesday:, 12:30 Talk Of The Town P Keeling by C H Young, Soil attorney and any such claim or Foods at WHITE TOP

Services every Sunday. at 7:30 P. Id.Brotherhood I 12:40 Uncle Ned Scientist from the Soil Conservation demand not so filed shall be void. DRIVE-IN on U S No. '53,
School ____ 10:00 a. m. first Thursday every
Sunday HERBERT
12:45 State News Service Area Office in Lake DUTTON, as executorof
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. month At 7:30 P. M. south of :Madison. 3-lt-ch
12:50 Farm News City, Florida. the Last Will and Testament of
Union ___.__ 7:00 m. Everybody Welcome.
Training p. John W Dutton de eased.Fir'st .
1255 Weather News The soil map is used as a guidein ,
EeningVOMp 8:00 p. m. REV. J. R. COLLINS, Pastor. G-E Electric Ranges
1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade working out a complete soil publication November 13th
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 p. m MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST 1:55 News and water conservation plan on the 1939. ll-4t-pd, HOWERTON SUPPLY CO-

MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST 701 South Range 2:00 Gospel Time farm, using each acre of land aCcording r a .. s e . . . .
__ 10OO.M.. 2:30 Public its .
CHURCH Bible Study Service to capabilities.Some

REV. JACK LAMB Pastor Lord's Supper and 2:45 Afternoon Melodies of the conservation prac- : One : J
Great
B. R. Sapp Chairman Board ol Edification _...,- 11:00 A. M. 255 World & State News tices that might be used on some Team
Deacons. Bible Study ____ 7:00 P. M.i 3:00 Afternoon Melodies farms are: land leveling, improve (

Billy Bailey .-.-. BTU Director Preaching 7:30 P. M., 3:45 Public Service pasture, cover crops, terracing, con- : Amoco White Gas &
Leroy Cruse _.._ Associate Director Ladies- Class ..,.r_ Thursdays 4:00 News tour cultivation crop rotation, Super Permalube Oil :

Leroy Cruse .__. S. S. Supt NEW.HOPEFULMISSIONARY 4:05 Request Parade planting trees, wild life, woodland e -
":55 World & State News improvement, fLh ponds, fire 'a;
Miss Merle Bass __ Leader BAPTIST CHURCH _
Song
.
5:00 Request Parade breaks and any other practice that
Mrs Juanita Cruse .......... Pianist Services every rirst and third 6:45 Sports Highlights might improve the land. __ .
Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M Sundays at 11 a, m.. and 8:00 jx m. 6:00 World News .
10:00a. _
Morning Worship ?.?_ 11:00 A. M. unday School every Sunday 6:15 Twilight Tunes ,,..

Training Union __ 7:00 P. M. Training. m.Union every Sunday'700p. 655 News Are your brakes safe? : :
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. 7:00 Sign Off

Prayer Meeting- Wed 7:30 P. M: REV.m. W. T. RYCRQPT. Pastor. CHANGE PROGRAMS WITHOUT SUBJECT NOTICE TO If not drive in today to .. i .e J

JUst as I am without one plea.I BAPTIST CHURCH

come Regardless of your clothes BEULAH Welcomes You McWILUAMS GARAGE .
Plagued Day And
condition. Whether cotton. Home- Services Every Sunday I .1 ,

spun. You are welcome in our REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor .
church service. Sunday School 10:00: A. M. NightwithBiadder 0
Morning Worship 11:00 A.. M. Georgia MEDDERS
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD 6:00 P. Id.Training .
Choir Practice -u
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