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 Material Information
Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1959
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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PUBLISHED IN THE EDUCATIONAL AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF NORTH FLORIDA 1


VOL. LIX I1l0. 15 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11th 1939: Madison, Florida pnceQC\ Yearly Subscription $3.75 ; Delayed Renewals $4.0e.








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I SUPT. BISHOP GIVES KEY TO PRESIDENT HAMILTON I II II

NOTICE THREE OF FAMILY
New
ManagerRichard LOSE LIVES IN. FIRE
No Fireworks-

Mrs J B Mills niece
of Earl
Shear of :Miami is the I
A meeting of Madison Recreation Selling or Shooting- new plant Manager of Precisionware, Payne, professor of English at

Center, Inc., will be held at the .... Inc. Don Loftis is business manager. NFJC and two of her five childrenwere

Court House this Friday evening, burned to death when fire

Dec 11th, at 7:30 o'clock. All new The law prohibiting: the- setting- or Pine Trees destroyed their home at Flat Lick,

and old officers are especially re- shooting of fireworks in the Countyof Ky, Tuesday night, Dec 8th. The
Madison and the City of Madi-
quested to be present, and the pub- family had retired for the night in
will be
son enforced. Kindly abide
lic generally is cordially invited. by the law.SHERIFF'S. the upstairs of the home when the
Your Madison C&unty Forest Fire
J M. DuRANT, President : OFFICE and POLICE Prevention Committee Pine fire broke out. The children who

15-lt-ch DEPARTMENT, City of Madison. Trees Planted today provides says cash lost their lives were boys, ages 3

and 5.Mr .
15-2t-ch income for the future. The Committee -

has. available on a rental Mills the husband and father
Bookmobile I
ScheduleWEEK
basis, a treeplanter The planter and was shot and killed in May of

z. dropper may be rented for $2.00 1958 while making an arrest for

LEE NEWS NOTES per thousand on old fields or $2.50 the police department at Flat Lick.

OF DECEMBER 14 I per thousand for planting to be

THURSD, DECEMBER 17 done in the woods.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE:.
11:20-11:45 St Regis Nurseries For further information contact
12:003:00 Lee School BY JOHN ROBERT WEED I Mr and Mrs J H. Williams Sr a member of the committee or By Clerk of Circuit Court'
had as guests Thanksgiving Mr NOTICE is hereby given that
day
BABY HITCHCOCK
V A Webb
3:053:30 Lee Post Office county ranger or county
and Mrs J H Williams 'the DaleM Leslie
Jr Miss undersigned,
farm forester Albert 15-2t-ch
FRIDAY DECEMBER 18 The Lundy.
4 formal dedication of the I Annette Williams, Mr and Mrs Jack Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Gregory
Mark
10:00-10:15 Hopewell Hitchcock six
Science building and the Librarywas Williams and children Mrs Jim Madison County, Florida, will on
,
10:30-10:45 Moseley Hall weeks old of
held last Sunday afternoon: at son Mr and Mrs Howard and two SOUTH GEORGIA TOPS the 22nd day of December, 1959
11:00-11:15 Sirmans rJ2 13 Pm. '-": Charles Hitchcock of Clyattville, children and NORm FLORIDA during the ,legal hours of sale, at
00- 1:15 Matfson Library t'- Becky and Billy Kagel all of Jack. ', i
......< -.- The occasion was opened by the Ga, died in a Valdosta hospital sonville. % the front door of the Courthouse of

NFJC Singers under the directionof Monday night. Besides his parents ,(by R L Trammel, Sports Ed. of Madison County, in tHe City of

Dr Kennedy This was.followedby I he is survived by one brother, Mr and Mrs Billy McMullen and Trailblazer) I Madison, Florida, offer for sale and
ROTARY CLUBGuest baby of Jacksonville came Friday sell at public outcry to the highestand
I Charles D Jr the paternal grandparents In their second basketball game
a greeting from
Priest, chairman Mr Van H I Mr and Mrs CV Hitch- night for a weekend visit with rela- of the season, the Southern Sentinels -I best bidder for cash, the following -
college advisory tives and described sit-
friends. property
down
cock went in defeat at the
of Madison and the maternal i
council. The invocation -was given uated in Madison County, Florida
speaker at the Rotary Club Mrs Clarence Lamb of Winter hands of South Ga. North Florida -
grandparents Mr.
by Dr John and Mrs J T
Wednesday was Mr E G Waitesof Davenports pastor I Wells of Madison. Funeral services Haven was a recent guest of Mrs got the first shot and missed. i to-wit: '
the Regional Housing Authority, First Methodist church, Perry. Lula Lamb. South Georgia returned the ball and I W1of SWof Section 33
The two were held Wednesday at 2 pm at and all of WJ 2 of Section 31, lying
t made
nearly first
hundred the two of the 1
points
guests
from Graceville, Fla. He spoke on Miss Eunice Williams
T J Beggs Jr Funeral Home with and Mrs North and East of Madison. Flori-
the national housing bill that was were welcomed by Mr Marcus game, South Georgia scores until I II
I interment in Oak Edna Slaughter went to Palatka da, and Thomasville Public Road,
Ridge
in 1937. He out that Cherry, chairman Madison county cemetery. they are ahead 6-0. North 1
pointed I
passed
low income housing has many benefits Board of Public instruction. The Rev F S Berger conducted the i the fifth Sunday for a visit with I Florida took the first time out of all lying and being in Township 3
last rites. Wayne Slaughter. They also visited the North i North, Range 8 East, containing
Florida back
in that it aids in elimination or.ju'enile Honorable Thomas D Bailey, state game. comes I
Mrs J N Durham I 154 acres, more or less;
and other and family, of and gives the South Georgia team a I.;.
delinquency i Superintendent of Public Instruc- All of NW I of NWU that lies
Blountstown from Monday 'til'good fight, and comes within three'
itself of
avail
crimes. Any city can tion, was introduced by SenatorW ,MRS BLANTON PASSESIN South and West of Madison and
of the victors. South
j Thursday.Mr points The
this* housing when the city's offi-. Turner Davis. Mr Griffin Bishop, MIAMI I Lovett public road and being in
Georgia team again got tough and
cers wish to undertake the program. I 0 Edmund Rowe and four of 3 North
Madison County Superintendent of the half ended with South Georgia 1 Section 31, Township ,
Other visitors were Paul Ragans this children, Don, Randy, Jeff and I 8 20 acres
Range East, containing
Public Instruction Mrs I I
presented the Ellis M Blantbn of Miami 33 North Florida 19.
V Folsom and high
and Mayor M Peggy, of Talbotton. Georgia, I more or less:
key to Dr passed I In the second halfthe South
Burl Marshall Hamilton, away .Sunday night in
school students Jimmy HierSj a came for a week end visit with 1 1951 Chevrolet sedan, 4 door
O'Quinn and Ronald Mandziara.The President of North Florida Junior Miami hospital after a brief illness. I Mrs Georgia team gave the Southern. Engine No. JAD80268;
R Rowe.
Sentinels The first
Beating.
club made plans for the College. She was a native of Georgia, but a part 1 1 Ford Tractor, Serial No.
Mr J D Cates of Ga
Cooledge, of the second half, the South GeorgiA -
Christmas season at this time. Following the presentation of the had been in Miami since 1933. Survivors SN243369,
I was among the out of town guests team got ahead by twenty-three I II
key the Library and Science build- I include her husband and one 1 set distributors and planters for
attending services here Sundayat I points, but the Southern Sentinels
CAR BADLY DAMAGED ings were opened for inspection.The sister, Mrs Merl Messick Miami. the Methodist church. came back to give the Georgia Ford tractor,

faculty and students' acted as Funeral services were held Thursday Mr and Mrs Colan McMullen of boys. a good fight. The game ends 1 cultivator for Ford for tractor.Ford
harrow
hosts and I 1 2-section
guides for the visitors.
at 2 pm in Corinth Primitive with South Georgia 72 North
E P Sanders Jr's Chevrolet sedan I The public seemed very pleasedat Baptist church and interment Fernandina came Saturday for an Florida 54. tractor, ,

was badly damaged Monday nighton what they saw.: Many kind remarks -i in Corinth cemetery with the T was'i J over night visit with his mother, High Point men for the game for 1 1 2-horse riding cultivator
Mrs Vallie McMullen. wagon,
the highway between Madison were overheard concerningthe North Florida were Curtis Koon
I i Beggs Jr Funeral bale in charge j 1 2-horse turning- plow
and Valdosta about one mile south architecture and the general Mr Albert Campbell was called I and Jerry Lord, each with 19 points.
.
The last rites fertilizer distributor
II were conductedby 1 Cole
of Valdosta. Mr Sanders was returning lay-out plan.However > to Vero Beach Tuesday of last Bodenstein scored 6 points. For the
I 1 Cole planter,
I Elder Charles C Carrin, a week to be with his is South team Drew Hamil-
father who Georgia ,
business to
trip the proudest
from of
a group nephew and Elder W C Stanaland. I 1 Oliver turn plow,
Savannah, when about midnight he II people at the dedication were the'I seriously ill. Mrs Campbell left ton made 27 points, and- Allen Carroll 2 Buckeye tobacco.cookers,

apparently fell asleep and lost con- NFJC Students them selves. They BROTHER DIES IN FERNANDINAJ Sunday morning to be with. her 15 points. All misc. small farm tOOts;

trol of the car, which overturned. took: pride in showing their parents husband. pursuant to the *final decree of

He escaped injury.GREENVILLE and friends the new spacious I Ronald Pitts, 45, died last Mr and Mrs Marcus Cherry and NFJC CHOSEN FOR foreclosure entered on December 8,
Wednesday in FLAJUCO CONVENTION 1959, in a case pending in the Cir
classrooms and modern laboratory Fernandina Beach, sons had as luncheon guests Sun-
cuit Court of the Third Judicial Cir
facilities. after suffering a heart attack. He day, Mr and Mrs Therrel Hall of
cuit of Florida in Chancery, the styleof
BAPTIST CHURCH The mammoth new library with was the brother of Mrs Ben Wil- Jacksonville.Mr North Florida Junior College has -
which is
NEWS its ever increasing volumes teas a.. liams Sr of Cherry Lake. and Mrs L J Cherry and been chosen as the next site of the Monticello Production Credit Association -

center of attraction for Other survivors include his wife children Flajuco Press Convention. The
Greenville the NFJC Jimmie, Carson and Jo a corporation, Plaintiffvs
The Brotherhood of the students. Mrs Lois Vernon Pitts* and three An, spent Thanksgiving at a family school won the convention bid over

Baptist Church is sponsoringa Dec 6 was a memorable day for children, also two brothers Prestos dinner in Lake Butler, guests of the University of Florida at the C W Jarvis, individually and as

Laymen's Week-End Revival for all people connected with the Pitts of Cocoa, and Keffe Pitts the Rev and Mrs H L Boyd. recent meeting of the organizationat Executor of the Will of Alice

three days Dec 11-12-13. This is avery Junior College. of Bradenton, and his father, J H Mr ana Mrs Edward Whitty and 'Pensacola Junior College. Eudora Jarvis, deceased, and his

unusual revival, as it is under- ... Pitts* also of Bradenton. children went to Jacksonville This is one of the largest organi- wife, Lucille E Jarvis, Defendants

taken by the men of the church. Services were held Friday, Dec I I Saturday for an overnight visit zations in the state. The school as WITNESS my hand and the

The visiting speaker will be Mr COTTON REFERENDUM ANNOUN6ED 4 in Fernandina Beach with burial !I with Miss Lillie Claud. They also well as the city of Madison is very official seal of said Court this 8th

Russell r Tarr, president of Tarr's COMMITTEES in Sunset Hill "-cemetery. I'visited the Calton Whittys in Bald- fortunate in getting this convention. day of December, 1959.
DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk of the
Industries, a Tampa business man, According to John Weed, Vice- County,
of Madison
I win.Mr Circuit Court
and Mr Robert W Service, also of Committees- farmers who will Madison friends will regret to' and Mrs C C Brannan were President of Flajuco, this will take Florida. .

Tampa. These two -business men be responsible for conducting the learn that Mrs J Meek Clark, of guests of Mr and Mrs Clark Bran- quite a bit of planning and NFJC R C HORNE and WM. Mc-

will lead the services and work cotton marketing quota referendum::; Jacksonville* who was dismissed nan and son of Jacksonville for will need the co-operation of theo CHESNEY, Attorneys for Plaintiff.

with the Brotherhood in an effortto throughout the county December from St Vincent's recently afteran I several days.: They reported a entire school and the people of (SEAL)

Christ. extended illness, is back at the 15-lt-ch H & McC
reach men for 15 have been announcArrangements grand trip. Madison. I
I .
There will be only four services have been com- hospital for further treatment. Her Mr and Mrs Gene Byington of :

Friday, 7:30 pmv Saturday,. 7:30 pleted for establishing polling mother, Mrs R V Dial, and sisters Savannah came for a 'weekend visit I
11:00 am and in all Mrs James Conway and Mrs Al- with Mr and Mrs The Cherry Lake community Florida Forest ServiceMadison
pm, and Sunday, places of Madison County's _Amon Tuten and Christmas Tree and program will

7:30 pml 5 cotton-growing communities. fled Patton, went to Jacksonville other relatives.Mr \ be held in the School auditorium County Wildfire Reportfor
Tuesday to be at her bedside.x .
l The community polling places} and Mrs C H Clark of Michi- Thursday, December 17 at 730 p. m. November, 1959.

Greenville __.___ District Five Office gan were guests Monday of her., -x- Four (4) fires 6.9 acres.
Included
in the
Help Fight TB Lee _______..__.__..._ Voting House group representing brother in law and sister, Mr and i The young women of the _Wilna Fires January 1, through November -
the Madison
Madison __..____.._m Court House Presbyterian Mrs N B Ponder. I Phillips Circle of the Methodist 30 1959 Thirty-three (33)

ft Pinetta ______. Old Supply Store Church at the Youth Rally in Tallahassee church presented the orogram fires, 164.7 acres.

.II sr.t :!E Sirmans _______ Clements Store last Friday and Saturdaywere Monday at the meeting of theend Fires January 1 through November

.. I Miss Toni Jean Wells, Miss The choirs of the Methodist t I WSCS. Relocated Chinese Christians 30 195S Thirty-two (32) fires

t Gail Coffee Miss Beverly Gibson, Presbyterian Churches will present: the given by 126.0 acres.
was
>9 5 At GS.1959 Advertisers, please let us have .... : program
I Jimmy Copeland and Freddy a program of Christmas 'music at t: .MiS.Mack Primm, Mrs Carl Sew-

Use Christmas Seals your December 18 ad copy by Hughes. Mrs Julian Gibson ac- the First Methodist Church Sunday r I ell, Mrs Robert Lay and Mrs E P Best Hamburgers in Town

Monday, Dec. 14. Thanks E-R.. .j mpanied the ,group. evening at 7:30 o'dock. All invited.. Sanders Jr. White Top Drive-in Man. .








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IF YOU'VE ALREADY MAILED YOUR GIFT .
Buy and Use Those Sent You .. FOR:SEALS THANK SENT YOU IN VCXY NOVEMBER MUCH # :
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Please mall your contribution fo: an.r .

EAGLE will Christmas -- one to get a cuppa x ; .
Wrap your w i"I i"- Out Sale ; .
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Gift FREE and Hold I TRADE ATJim's Closing continues -
Coffee at Towne Square
Until CHRISTMAS EVE
StationBAPTIST
Bay French
at Shop "
Circles of the Methodist Woman's Inn, now open al! night!

Society will meet Monday Dec 14. and Girls Only on E.
The Nencie Bevan Circle with MrsJ MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER
J Newman, the Helen Parramore CIRCLES -"*. "
Circle with Mrs R V Dial and the College Ave., Tallahassee Miss Samantha Clark, whose{"engagement f

Hadden-Morrow Circle with Mrs WMU Circles of"First Baptist to Leonard Beckner was

C C Matheny; and the Janie Paul Church will meet Monday,. Dec 14thas Fla. recently announced for Dec 18, at !
Circle will meet at 10:00 a mMon3y follows, No 1. with Mrs W E Pine Level Baptist Church, wds 1VUESBOROr
with Mrs John Henry I McCain, at 10 a m. complimented with a miscellaneous ,
Plant. No 2 with Mrs J E Hardee at HOSPITAL NEWSAdmitted I shower, Saturday evening Dec 5th ".
3pm. No 3 with Mrs J A Davis, at the home of Mrs Harry Lepper.. SHOES FOR MEN
at 10 a m. No 4, meets Dec 28th Hostesses with Mrs Lepper were
Closing Out Sale con- announced later. : Mrs Genevieve Williams I Mrs Frank Toole, and Mrs W L
meeting place The Penny Loafer. craftedto
Mrs Lottie Mae Stokely, '
Olive, of Dowling Park.
Nita McCullough Circle will meetat fit.They're .
smooth
insure
Mrs Barbara Hathcock, Mrs Hazel
tinues at French Shop the church Dec 21st, at 730p Fox, Turner Holton, Mrs Lottie Rooms open to guests; were decorated tops in comfort and
m with covered dish. Hollister Mrs Pearle Stokes, Mrs in the holiday motif. The long wear. and they're
and Girls Only on E. Donna Zipperer, Mrs Edith Tyre, honoree received many beautiful priced to peas! &-AvaiIable
Get your Wilhold non-toxic double Baby Williams, Miss Alva Gaston, and useful gifts. Her gift from the in black and corona brown.
Christmas :Mrs Mary Lyons, Mrs Nobie Milli- hostesses was china in her p ttelt1.
GLITTER for
Ave. Tallahassee plated
College gan, Mrs Bessie Cowart, Tommy Coffee and cake were served.
decoration at the Enterprise-
Marren, Mrs Rachel McNally.
Fla. Recorder, in Gold, Green, White Discharged: Mrs James Barber -
and Brcnze. Mrs Bernice Bodenstein and baby, COMPLETE LINE
Mr S K Driggers, William Till-

"..-.. -..:..",.;# "' ..A'w" _"- -5I r.- ,., ............... Clinton man Mrs, Mary Lottie Taylor Hollister, Vallie, Joseph Mc- FLOOR TILESAND

Mulen, Mrs Hazel Fox, Clifford
Ajer, Mrs Genevieve Williams, Mrs
Barbara Hathcock and baby, Miss
Christmas Sale Gladys Williams, Turner Holton, CABINET TOPSHowerton -
Mrs Mrie Childress.
BABY WILLIAMSMr .
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and Mrs Enoch Williams of Supply Co.
--- Imported Woolensfrom Lee; Fla., announce the birth of ababy J
"boy. Dec. 2. He weighed 7 --7r- --.---
lbs and 4 ozs.BABY. ,
Italy, woven by master HATHCOCKMr
I craftsmen and Mrs Henry Hathcock of I "I} don't CareVhat he
Rout 3, Madison announce the
birth of a baby girl, Dec 3. She
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60"wide $2.95 yd. weighed 7 Ibs. and 13/fe ozs.

BABY STOKES gives me-as long as it r
in Tweeds and Plaids Born to Mr and Mrs Lamar F
Stokes yOf Lee, Fla, on Dec 6, a I
Botany Woolens baby girl. She weighed 4 lbs and ,'
fromBertha -
i 7 3i ozs. comes
BABY LYONS
values to $7.49 in 60" width Mr and Mrs Roland Lyons of
Route 1, Mayo, Fla, announce the r
l birth of a baby boy. born Dec. 6.
Reduced to Cooke
He weighed ?T Ibs and 9 ozs.
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COLORED PATIENTS .
Admitted: Baby Boy Bonner,
$4.95 and $5.95 yJl Herbert Tinsley, Clinton Joseph, 206 W; College Ave. Phone 2-8229 _
Bobbie Gamble, Lizzie Dixon, Ed w _
L) Nesbit Eloise Herring, Rutha Lewis,I TALLAHASSEE, FLA." -: 5- -
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Bobby Discharges Gamble: Leola James Bonner Townsend, Richard ,- Nardis Slacks 8.95 up j Genuine leather jackets $59. up

$1.98 value with pattern Solomon, Eloise Herring and Heek-Suede $25 fitted or boxy
shirts !!
Shorts and matching ,
and zipper included baby, Baby Boy Bonner, Herbert *
Tinsley and Lizzie Dixon. Evening gloves, eveningbags
sweaters
Fendleton skirts and
Born to Thomas and Elouise Her- Furtrimmed evening coats 59.95
$1.49 ring on Dec 3, a baby boy weighing to match < r
5 Ibs and 8 ozs. ", Earring trees 1.00Piay
Costume jewelry $1 up ,
72" Felt I > shoes 4.00
55 For That Special TOY.TOWNnowopenatMadison Leotards in blue, beige, black, j,

for skirts, jackets, etc red and brown. f Nylon blouses 5.95 up

Occasion Home CenterMrs .Berkshire and Hanes hose 1. up 4 i Genuine leather bags 17.95 up
$2.69 yd
Wool scarves 3.95Pure
Carroll Smith of Tallahassee Bulky sweaters, cardigans and .
Crepes-Satins spent Friday here the guest of; slipovers silk scarves, water
Washable Corduroy Mrs Fred Hardee. Mrs Smith is 4 repellent, 3.95
Taffeta-Nets
.i now a hostess at The Grove in Tallahassee -
which was recently restored Cashmere sweaters. Gown and robe sets by Rogers
.t Full-Allover Lace Plain and Printed colors and opened to tourists. Cashmere coats 100. and up-' 25.00

i.I. Brocades-Chiffons EAGLE will Wrap your Christ- red, beige, black and honey Cultured pearls, one, two or

In Plain & Printed Colors 98cyd Bias Gift FREE and Hold > three strand, 3.00 up ,.
Jeweled sweaters, all colors,
GIFT SUGGESTIONS-CHRISTMAS PATTERN INDIAN- Until CHRISTMAS EVE ," sizes 3446.: ,: -., -- : .. Wool. .. stoles, black, navy, .red
and white, 5.95Wool
Mrs Elmer Fisher and Mrs LuC
HEAD. LACE TABLECLOTHS, LINEN TABLECLOTHS, Gardner attended the Burnett- Banlon sweaters. Slipovers 3.95; : >.. jersey fitted or boxy coats,

; SHEETS, TOWEL SETS, PILLOW CASE SETS, Daniels wedding at the First Bap- Cardigans 5.95 : $19.95 up
Sunday I
tist church, at Quitman ;
ELECTRIC BLANKETS, SPREADS, CURTAINS afternoon, and the reception which Pajama and Robe Sets, nylon : Russian dyed squirrel stoles and
f followed. Mr Leon Burnett, the :
Mrs or cotton .... jackets .
of
brindegroom is a nephew
Fabric Fisher. -. I > Fur collars 6.95 J.lP. ._
: Dunn Shop. lounging or hostess pajamas, :, t .:
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and
Pendle coats sports
y .velvet fitted pants and dripdryf.
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-- Courthouse Square, Quitman, Ga.' .. G-E Appliances "" trimmed suits :* f" .
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I WEATHERWeek tended "M" night at Macedonia
Monday night. Because there's never any frost to defrost
Mr S P Odom visited Mr Paul / .. -
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Snow at Monticello Sunday e%en- '
Max Min Rf. _. FORMERLY $17.95 NOW
Wednesday 64 36 .00 ing.Rev
Thursday 54 39 .00 and Mrs E L Gurr and fami-
Friday 67' 35 .00 ly had Mrs Gurr's parents Mr and SEE THE NEW FRIGIDAIRE $
Saturday 71 45 .00 Mrs Roy Holman, of Leslie Ga ,
Sunday ,55 42 .15 visiting them a short while Sunday. ,;' 1960 WASHER 1495
Monday 54 29 .00. Around 60 attended the Home _
Tuesday 61 30 .00 Demonstration Family night at Mr .
and Mrs W 0 Raines' Saturday
Total .15. night.
No rainfall at any of the forestry Mr T W- Bailey of Lake City, Occasional Tables Lamps Russ
towers week ending Dec 5th. Mrs W H Bailey of Blue Springsand
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Sunrises Dec 11th 7:22 am, sets Mrs Jackie Strickland and i 5-PIECE
5:33 pm.Moon two children of Pinetta were visit-
sets Dec 11th 4:06 am. ing Mrs Hula Odom here Thursday. RATTANGROUP
Moon in constellation of Aries !

Dec High llth.tide Dec '12th at St Marks Tell 'em you saw i in

light 12:29 am.

FreeFriedlander's. Gas! See your Home Town Gazette For Children: Gym Sets,


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oof December 4. The shower was
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held in the home of Mrs Vandalah I
Thompson in Pinetta. The hostesses,j I COATS BY BETTY ROSE S SUITS BY SEWELL

SMM 5/11 & I) Miss Janie Wiglesworth and Miss I 8 SWEATERS BY BOBBIE BROOKS .. .CAR COATS ,.
Mary Well Washington led the
: Widths: D I IE I I Q ROBE & PAJAMA SETS PERRY COMO SWEATERS
entertainment with number of
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to-be opened her many gifts after i DRESSES GOOD BRANDS 0 STRETCH SOX-TIES f"

Th the entertainment. Refreshments of I $ HOSE BY HUMMING BIRD ROBE & PAJAMA SETS. '.
: ; $24.95 then punch served., sandwiches and cookies were CHILDREN'S DRESSES BYPEACHES AND PRAM SUITS FOR CHILDREN "

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".;Y? FULLY IXSULATEO .*RAWMiSe! LACES Miami where they are spending 10:00 O'CLOCK. COME IN AND SHOP WITH US!
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Passions :flare, tempers/ Maze as a The first chapter program was, GREENVILLE BOY AIRMANOF definitely qualified himself for
maze of evidence revals .Anatomy{Suwanee RiverJWJior held in the cafetorium with President THE MONTH more responsible positions in the

tomy of a Murder. Cartoon. I, Gardner as guest speaker. He future.
College stated that by the term of 1962 he Airman Kinsey always presents
T.ues.Wed., December *$, 46 expected more than 400 students The 1605th ABW Accountingand himself in a military manner.Vhether .
DOUBLE FEATURE 1 to be attending SRJC. He also said finance office nominates A 2-c
\ in military or civilian attire
VIKING WOMAN AXD THE. we hope to be in the new buildings Howard W Kinsey, AF 14658329for
SlttU1: ay, Decen&er 12 SEA SERPENT for the first he is always clean, neat, and
starring Jlbby Dal- The enrollment iy the term of 1960-61. Airman of the month. Airman
DOUBLE: FEATURE ton .Susan Cabot, Brad Jackson' semester at the Suwannee River The Business Club of the Suwannee Kinsey arrived at his present station very well groomed. At the finance
"THE SHERira1
OF FRACTURED 'Richard Devon. who stood Junior' about CO students. with members of
Women CoUefe is River Jr. College held their counter he deals
six months immediatelyafter
J1W, starring. l Henneth Moore Jayneairnistteia. by .their men no matter what happened -I There are forty-four full time stud- Xirst meeting on Dec. 1. completing ago the accounting' all ranks and his pleasing person-
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never been A sure thriller. An..adventurespectacle. entr and Steen part time students. Josephine Matthews was elected and excellent attitude help
farther west tiarn the west end of The counties and finance 30 school. He demon- ality
participating are :president; the other officers are: which this office
A j. sell the service
London. 'British gent meets awestern :Madison leading with forty-four strated good potential at the school
Vice President, Austin Johnson,
ghrL WOW! "Never have EHE- ASTOUNDING SHE MON- I Taylor sax; Jefferson five, Suwannee and was rewarded at graduationwith strives to give.
Thomas Asst.
:Secretary, Evylyn ,
thrills 'romance :and laughter been SER: starring Jeanne Tatura, Without reservation Airman Kin-
four and Hamilton one. :Secretary, "Ernestine McDaniel, a promotion to A 2-c.
'so expertly 'bfeaded. pert Clark. She was:: at creature Airman of the
ivam beyond the stars. She was I Student Council officers electedare Treasurer, Rosa Bellamy, Chaplain, Airman Kinsey is a clerk in the sey is nominated- as '

IRIOT IN JttJVENILE PRISON coil, deadly and beautiful-and her : Willie Peacock, Business Manager, Military. Pay Station. He has displayed month.
starring Jerome Thor, Marcia Han- loach meant death. Cartoon. I Willie Dixion Jr, President; Tffl- Ola) Johnson Historian, Shellie an outstanding knowledgeof Capt S A Kniffen

Person. They thought they were man Peek, Vice President; Joan Johnson, Reporter, Clora McFar- the many facts and problems Accounting and Finance officer
tough 'untilthe right man came Thursday-Friday! December 17, 18 Milton, Secretary; Gladys High- land, _Advisor, C Washington.Since with Relatives and friends of Airman
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to the area along
;,long Youth on -a rampage, rain= .JOHN PAUL JONES Jn TechniIeeWr. ] tower. AssL Secretary; Willie Pea- every person connected with I pay Kinsey are very proud of his fine
for 'rights denied them. A tension- starring Robert Stack, MarisaI! cock, Treasurer> ; Ola Johnson Reporter the club uses some type of machine I an eagerness to continually improve record. He is the spn of Mr and
He has all
'I his work. performed
packed drama -of love and hate in The sweepheg! ; :and Cencas Alexander,I which has a key whether it is a I of Greenville andis
a juvenile 'prieoa. Cartoon. America's: first nail thero. Exciting Business Manager. I typewriter adding machine, etc the I duties assigned to him in exceptional Mrs Jeff Kinsey
sand turbulent as !She sea itself. Joan! Hilton of Greenville was club was given the name 'Key I I ,' manner with only a minimum a graduate of Greenville high.
fiunduMonday,December T3, 14 Sailing triumphantly onto Americas elected Miss Suwannee River Junior i. boarders." I of supervision required, due to his school.
ANATOMY iQF A MURDER, screens, the pnnud, action- College and attendants were Annie I initiative and foresight. He has always -
starring James Stewart Lee Re- padked story of John :iPaul Jones. Ruth Glanton of Perry, and Jose- !I performed his mission to
midc, Kathryn Grant. The I I .
perfect CaJ DOn. phine Matthews of Greenville.The .
of
I the best interest of the Air Force. Mr and Mrs George Hollister
cast brings the perfect courtroom frrst big social affair of the !Best Hamburgers in Town
,Without order or direction he has Jacksonville spent the week end
novel :to 'blazing life on the screen. I year was :held in the Madison
Drive-in Man.
Top
All! the world loved the book Now 1 WAITRESS WAD Training. School's cafetorium re I I White [I assumed duties and responsibility I here with Mr and Mrs Frank

aH the world Mull cheer the film. WHITE TDP I cently. beyond regular assignment and has Graham and family.

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i GIFTS FOR THE WOMEN GIFTS FOR THE MEN

I Invites You to do Your Christmas Shopping with themCLOTHING COSMETICS ROBES LINGERIEBy
Pyrex-Beauty 'V Black & Decker
are. Milkmaid By Carousel By Laros & Faerie
Wearever-Libby Glass ti Out Door Grills GLOVES
J FOR BOYS AND GIRLS PERFUMES HOSIERYBy
West Bend x \ Weller Tools-Barwan .
Fownes
By Lubin By Berkshire

0 INFANTS THRU PRE-TEENS 0 BLOUSES SWEATERS JEWELRY
GIFTS FOR THE KIDDIES ,

Use our Lay-A-Way Charge Account C & S COLLARS, SCARFS, STOLES, HANDBAGS
I or Charge Plate :WAGONS, BIKES, TRICYCLES, FOOTBALLS, BASKETBALL


Free,Gift Wrapping-Castle Park Shopping Center SETS, TRACTORS; AIR GUNS >_ La Rue's

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) 0 ASSORTED BRANDS, SELECT YOUR CHOICE ONE OF THE LARGEST SELECTIONS IN TOWN

IN WALNUT, MAHOGANY, CHERRYAfter Hooby Craft e Evinrude Motors

Complete Photo Shop Cameras & Supplies ,_ PRICED $1.99 to $6.99
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I small down ) as low ss $19.95 month.MAThS : Fishing Tackle '

&t Sporting Goods BrowningWinchesterRemington r
YOUMANS'Phone Lambretta Motor Scooters Guns : Shoes for the Entire Family *:*'


Cherry 4-2813 THE SPORTS CENTERP.. PATTERSON JONES

Free Christmas Wrapped and Delivered to suit Customer _. '
"k-. .) CASTLE PARK HWY U S 41 !NORTH .;, At Castle Park Shopping Cenler} -7TALBOTT"
Any Hour Christmas EveCastle .
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' -' Gifts for Infants, Boys years. .

l' COOKIES FOR CHRISTMAS ... :; < Value $49.95 You do not have to be present to win.

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I WE SPECIALIZE IN :.. ;...:.. .,.: t;,;: Irenes Tots-To-Teen >: Doc. 23rd-WCTV .4:30-5:00 on Popeye Theatre .

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NeddingBirthday and ,
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I HOLIDAY ,i /I 1 1. 498 ;: = Gift .

lovely silk-look blouseby
DRESSES f' FOR MEN
Ship'n Shore SLACKS
Lovely; lavish I It gives your suits a"costume"look...adds elegance to yOutsJcirts..leets 7 .'.
That hold their
wonderful onl luxury-soft Surraire an p
beauties in a Everfast*combed cotton, tailored. J (
beautifully The French crease and
multitude of I collar converts...the three-quarter sleeves have new cut-away t 1
I fabrics,colors ", i cuffs.Muted colorings.So sudsablel Sjzes 30 to 38. tr I / resist wrinkles.
for every occasion Many new casual. Ship Shore blouse,too..from 2.98 r ryYifY Handsomely
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every age ; Tailored
See our t.J.I. ,-' 1 OPAQUE NYLON TRICOT 1 yYC f By "HUBBARD
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Festive Fashions l /

S '. Lavished SLIPS With Lined t r $898
.: $798 Nylon Lace I
2 $6.95 Value : Sizes 32 to 40 !
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Mock Give her majestyLINGERIE Our Reg. $2.98 and '
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'j:.:;;: I STORK SHOWERThe !

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AI. CIIIiIST1 'Gg 'TS .S. ... I church were hostesses to a 4
: stork shower last Friday night, at
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I the Bland.church, honoring Mrs. Stanley 0 $7.50 PERMANENTS $5.00

I Decorations were seasonal, and' ,t Also "Specials on other
For The Ladies sandwiches cake and coffee were
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L ,.., ''.'I.l' ,.. .. _. -.- "" The honoree received.many lovely \ ...... .f'f .. rHf .-,." j .
IL\ Nylon Negligee & Gown Sets, Flannel Robe,& gifts and the hostesses presented PHONE HU 3-6200 FOR APPOINTMENTS
s Pajama Sets, Fancy & Plain Knit Sweaters, her with a corsage.

Bouffant Pettislips, Pajamas in Capri,& Clam g j BYRON BEAUTY SALONMRS.
Digger styles, Wool Jackets in Navy, Red, I TOY TOWN now open at .
White & Charcoal, Buttersoft Leather Coats.&
Jackets, Quilted Robes in Nylon & Cotton, Madison Home Center MISS. MYRTLE MELBA MILLIRON
Jewelry, Panties, Hose, Scarfs, Stoles, Gloves, SELPH
Scuffs & Slippers with Foam insoles NAT NORFLEET IMPROVESNat Senior Operators 4j
Personalized l ascot Gift Items i ,& Madison, Florida I
Norfleet is improving at the
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: Sportsman Travel Lite Set: in Leather I and since Mrs his Kirby admission.Reichman Mrs who Norfleet accompanied -i "" HUU""HI" GOODYEAR

him are still at his bed- EAGLE will Wrap your Christ- TIRES

Case, Sportsman Pre-Electric Shave side.VOTERS "BE KIND TO mas Until Gift CHRISTMAS FREE and EVE Hold JIM'S BAY STATION


{. Lotion, Cologne, Talac & Shaving Lotion CANDIDATES nearly here. Cheer, SEASON"up all the is I ,unnnn_ .. U. S. 90 EAST. MADISON _

Manicure Sets in Leather Case, -- boys, they'll feel let down soon
enough.Mrs .
Tie & Cuff Link Sets; Clothes Brush Julia Smith-Bevan, recentlyof .

I Tallahassee .spent the past week
& Manicure Set Combination Personalized end here. She was en route to
Orlando to reside, having accepteda

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Boys ChristmasShoppingwith i so natural for Spring..Wesboro's ; :. .:y ;: 0I
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ages ages 1 to 14Sweaters M". 1:'
equally light on the foot. .: <"-i.:: ;:
Scarfs Sweaters, Scarfs E-R advertisers! You'll see these and .a g.
Shirts, T-Shirts Blouses, T-Shirts many more styles atTHEY oI E.
Suits, Jewelry :
Bouffants, Panties -
Pajamas, Slacks Slips, Jewelry Card of ThanksWe I .
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!, ., Cowboy Outfits Raincoats, Gowns wish to thank Dr DuRant, TiF ,
y ;\: Jackets, Caps White Fur Muffs \ the hospital staff and everyone for SPRING IN
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of sympathy and for the YOUR STEP
For Infants Most EverythingTHESE beautiful flowers received during the : t
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passing of our beloved son, and
brother Little Larry. May God
ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE MANY bless each one. I
ITEMS FOR YOUR SELECTION. COME IN, MR and MRS CLARENCE:
BROWSE AROUND AND SEE FOR YOUR- J PHILLIPS and DAUGHTERS.
SELF. WE WILL BE OPEN EACH WEEKDAY [ vs; { I

-; UNTIL AFTER CHRISTMAS. ,, Tell 'em you saw it in

STORE HOURS 8:30 A. M. TO 6:00 P. M. <; lf. s I
Il" Home Town Gazette -
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FASHION & GIFT SHOP 0 J Johnson and son Bonny, "-
Located in the Setzer Shopping Center cf Jacksonville have returned to
FLOREE T. BREEDEN ,:MADISON, FLORIDA their home after a two weeks' visit
Owner-Manager Phone HU 3-6850 here with Mr and Mrs Clarence 1118080J'
Phillips and daughters. .

GREENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL IN
NATIONAL TALENT SEARCH SHOES FOf;flpl

I Greenville High School has been I .
\ Closing Out Sale continues Navaco aluminum Closing Out Sale continues selected to. participate in PROJECT
j TALENT, a national inventory of
at French Shop aptitudes ad abilities of high school : l.-- ,
French -
at Shop jalousies students, conducted by the University -

I. and Girls Only on E. Howerton Supply Co. and Girls .Only 03 E.I j is one high of Of approximately schools Pittsburg: selected L one Greenville ci thousand an- I t

College Ave. Tallahas equal probability basis as bein3 a'
College Ave., Tallahassee EAGLE will Wrap your Christi ., cross-section1! representation of i
the secondary schools of the y r
;; Fla. mas Gift FREE and Hold i see, Fla. Sixteen Florida schools are natiol1.//
I: Until CHRISTMAS EVE in the project.
Project Talent is the first scien-
III THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD tifically planned national inventoryof
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR human talents. Grades nine
!: MADSON COUNTY. FLORIDA. through twelve are included in the
Stump Bros. survey which will require the admin. Selman's SundriesDO
In re: Petition of Leo A Almand istration of a battery of tests in!
For the Adoption of Nancy Eliza- March 1960 covering 2000 test
beth Anderson A Minor. I items in twenty four different I YOUR SHOPPING WHERE YOU GET THE BEST
-NOTICE BY PUGLICATION OF areas of testing. The students who
CASH & CARRY VARIETY OF ANY; STORE
PETITION FOR ADOPTION take these tests are to be followedup ITS SIZE IN MADISONAlso
TO: JOE ANDERSON, whose ad-I for a period of twenty years in Personal Guidance if Needed
dress is unknown. order to relate the findings of
r Ga. & Fla. Freight Whse ADOPTIONYou I the.tests to the occupations, hob- MEN AND WOMEN'S ELECTRIC BLANKETS
are hereby notifieed that a: bies, interests and activities of
ELECTRIC
RAZORS
I FOR MEN AND WOMEN
petition has been filed in the above
these students throughout the period.
316 S. Patterson Street : Phone CH 2-5566
styled court by Leo A Almand for ALL KINDS OF
GAMES AND
A VARIETY OF TOYS TO
VALDOSTA, GEORGIA. the adoption of Nancy Elizabeth Mrs J D Walker of Ft Myers, in i SELECT FROM-COSMETIC SETS-STAINLESS: STEEL,
Anderson, minor, and '
a you are re- home ;
for the paperTite3
' 1/4x4x8 Interior Plywood : .St. $ 3:00: quired to serve a copy of your renewing I don't want to miss a single COpy. 'I SILVERWARE-BILLFOLDS
,;. 3/4x4x8 Interior Plywood St. 7.25 answer or objections to show cause I f $ CAMERAS CAMERA SUPPLIES FILMS TIMEX

,. .'.' :.2-4 x 3-2 Window Unit Ea. 10.93If' why granted said on petition the attorneys should not of the be I LISTEN! for those red-1 WATCHES-ALL KINDS OF CLOCKS

Z$ x 4-6 Window Unit Ea. ',12.85 petitioner, W T Davis and FrankA BEST COSTUME
Q JEWELRY
, Graham Jr, Madison, Florida, and SELECTIONS
J DuPont Professional House Paint Gal. 4.35 hot EAGLE Dep't. Store
Sheet Rock 3/8x4x8 St. 1.38 Tile the original in the office of Radios, Record Players, A large supply of the' Latest
the Clerk of
the Circuit Court
, Full Thick Rock Wool M 59.00 Madison County Florida on or be- :I specials on WMAF!11! Records Christmas Cards

2-0x6-8 Flush Door Mahogany Ea 4.90 ore the 11th day of January, 1960. 3 SCHRAFFT BOX CANDY DEALER HERE $
I :: Herein fail not or a decree pro
. 2-6x6-8 Flush Door Mahogany Ea. 5.50" confesso will be entered against you. Out'Sale We also have Good Eats for your stomach as well as .
:.. 215 lb. Thick Butt Shingles Sq. 5.85 Witness my hand and the seal Closing continues Good Fountain Drinks or Coffee Reading Materialat
, of said County in Madison, Florida,
4 ALL THESE AND MANY MORE MATERIALS AT all times
; this 1st day of December, 1959. at French Shop
, DALE M. LESLIE,. Clerk of the IF YOU NEED MEDICINE SEE US TRY US $4 '
Ii: V y Wholesale Prices Circuit Court. -
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and Girls ( E.
.g ;d < By: Jane W Baker, Deputy Clerk. My .on

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PAGE EIGHT ..

&wyy\ftj\j\ft n1tftfifi J.F
Mrs Richard Stringfellow of

; Look for EAGLE'S Washington visited Mr Stringfellow Fefreshment Service

the weekend.at Towne Square Inn during PRIES T'S TOYTOWNAS

Christmas Sale Ad on John Merritt, who has been sicka We are catering to special

month, is up and about now. events either large or small. I
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At'VAYS-VAN H PRIEST CO. is prepared to serve your CHRISTMAS wantS For
child-
Page Six. Best Hamburgers in Town? Give us a call for your THIRTY-FIVE years this firm has been on the job, bringing into their store the finest

White Top Drive-In, Man. ren's parties or any other assortment. of TOYS, DOLLS, GIFTS, :DECORATIONS, CARDS and WRAPPING MATERIAL.
'OA000O'O"t
I 3 :G.dA I events where Coca-Cola would
-, '. JUST A FEW OFTHEMANY' ITEMS!
-- make the occasion more en- -

joyable. No additional cost for o ,DAISY CUB AIRRIFLE . . . 4.93

; this service just give us a WYATT EARP HOLSTER SET. . 2.98

,, Phone HU 3-2263.
I- ring at GOLD LUGER CAP PISTOL. .:It. ...98

:. peep in; lace, tnr '.-- Madison CocaColaBottling I RADIO TOT RED WAGONS .. .:.:. .'. 2.29

Thunder Jet Large Wagon .. .. .. 9.98

I our. dramatic. >< Co. i TRICYCLE, 10" WHEELS .. .. ... 7.98
Jg21L7 '
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,\ 11" CLOTH HEAD DRUMS . . .98

sheath slip ; : i OFFICIAL SIZE FOOT BALL . 1.98
CHARGED WITH IMPROPER

PASSING OFFICIAL SIZE BASKET BALL . 1.98
1 1P
by 11" DRESSED GIRL DOLL . . 98
i Raymond McNair Cochrane, 26, of \
Tallahassee was charged with improper BLANKET BABY DOLL . . . 1.98
passing as the result of a .
i car-truck accident on US 90 in 17" VINYL DOLL, VERY PRETTY 2.98

front of Brown's garage in Green- 20;' FINE BRIDE DOLL . .. . 4.98
ville last Thursday morning at

10:20 o'clock. 11%" TINY TEARS DOLL .. . 6.98
4 Trooper Peavy reported that
$$8.95 --' Brown, driving a Proctor& Gamble GIANT LIFE SIZE.DOLL . .. . 15.98

-- i 1959 Chevrolet attempted 1959 to GMC pass, PLUSH BEAR, VINYL NOSE .. . 1.98
in a no-passing zone, a

2-ton truck driven by Ralph Moral PANDA, CUDDLY & SOFT . . 2.98
Hart of Live Oak and owned by

the Dixie Lily Milling Co. of Willis- 30 PIECE TEA SET, ALCMINUM .. 1.98

There's all the
ton.The truck, headed west, was turn- .K- nl CHILDS RATTAN CHAIR . . 2.98
of handmade ,
elegance 1 ing south, and Cochrane's car
lingerie in this struck it on the bumper. r- FOLDING DOLL CARRIAGE . . t 2.98

,wonderfully! wearable, Damage to the car was estimatedat BOXED PILLOW CASE GIFT SET 1.98
eminently tubbable"Dylon :. $200 and to' the truck. $100. No
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tricot slip. The one was hurt.FIXING BOXED TOWEL GIFT SETS . ... 1.93

beautiful bodice and deep, \ MEN'S TIE AND SOCK SETS . .. 1.69
hemline of 1 UP PLAYGROUND .
deep goS er" S L
BOXED CHERRIES DELICIOUS .
lace are lined for I --- 49 i
The Madison Jaycees have under-
opacity. Sizes 32 to 42 taken as a service project rejuvenation 1 POUND MINIATURE CHOCOLATES .79

in a fabulous A of the Madison playgroundjust

paletto of cdor*. west of.the Copeland Gas Com- ENJOY YOUR SHOPPING
... pany. The swings have been put in
first class condition and the fence
replacement has been started \ SHOP WITH PRIEST'S where CHRISTMAS shopping is a pleasure.We I
Various business houses have
contributed lumber, paint, posts, will be glad to LAY AWAY for you now.
boards nails fencing etc. for the
work; however lumber for two fence
sides is still needed as well as VAH H. PRIEST CON

MARTHA'S any usable playground.equipment .

(swings, merry-go-round, slides, mrumrumru'. uuuuuU iF 'r.. c..g' UUlru .fW-tlW-.tl"
l l' W' u
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see-saws, etc). Additional persons: l w l LEI
who would like to help should see JUNIOR WOMEN'S PLANS
JOE STAFFORD, HU 3-2275, or Mrs Robert Lay, president, an- 'Too Late To Classify"Broadus CARD OF THANKS
201 N. Patterson St.
Valdosta, Ga. 36646.
JIM HARDEE, HU nounces the following Christmas
activities for the Junior Woman's
Club next week, including the An- WilloughbyREALTOR
ANEW WAY TO SHOP nual Christmas banquet Monday, We wish to thank all our friendsfor

_)ec. 14, at 7:30, at Hotel Madison their many kindnesses to us
dining room; Wednesday Dec. Phone Office HU 3-6481 during the illhess and hospitalization -
the Junior Women Residence HU 3-6481 Madison of Durward Smith.
7 m.
16, at p.
',. IN VALDOSTA! will give a TV program over MADISON, FLORIDA Sincerely,
'
;- ,. Channel 10,, entitled the Madison FOR SALE .DURWARD SMITH and Family.
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5 Wonder Club; on Friday night Dec
\
I One 2 bedroom house close in
18 will be the Annual Christmas
: FJOO.OO down, balance like rent.
THE BRAND, NEW ." Ball at the Woman's Club
.. ..r....... HOME AND INCOME
One triplex, good condition-
Edgewood S/D, $1500 cash, balance
FRIEDLANDER'SSTORE i Going
monthly like rent.
One 3 bedroom, 2-bath house.
I t > f17N'r Large lot, close in. $2500 down, 1
balance 5% mortgage. ffunting

:: o. MIRACLE One 3 bedroom FOR RENT house $55 month.

T ( : .. One 2 story frame house, close ?.
"J :, : I I, in, $35.00. month.

'':.. : : FOR SALE:Duncan phyfe sofa and I' tiAdd
: : | a china cabinet. MARJORIE
S S : ROBERTS Roberts
Drug Store,
.. ,-' 0- AT I Madison. 15-lt-ch i iI
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FORT SALE: AB 110 Oats. Germi-

: nation 94% purity, 99%. Late experiment -
::4'\ FRIEDLANDER'SSHOPPlNG CENTER statioin variety for graz- to the fun, and

.. ing; no pests. CARL SMITH, Rt 2, keep posted on the weather,
I I i v !' : I Madison. 15-1 t-pd traffic, and news.
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-H: Offers You FOR RENT or FOR SALE: 5-room

house, modern conveniences, withI
V I carport, 6 acres land. MRS K.

MIRACULOUS LOW PRICES smstt DEMBINSKI, Rt. 3, Madison,

. '. '... ONLY FIRST QUALITY .. Florida. 15-lt-pd
: _! AN ADVENTURE IN SHOPPING-& SAVING! FOUND: 'Jewelry initials UJMNS.If .

: 9 I GIFT ITEMS FROM THE US AND. MANY FOREIGN you want em," see LETHA Mc-
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LANDS! :::. KINNEY near Book Room and
6 PIECE GOODS AND MATERIALS. FOR YOUR SEWING .. pay for ad. 15-2t-ch I
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t NEEDS! WAITRESSlVANTEDWHITE
0 DOLLS AND BABY TOYS TO FULFILL YOURCHILD'S TOPNOTICE I
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DREAMS! '. 1'- 4 va*:

$ HOME FURNISHINGS TO SUIT THE MOST\ DISCRIMINATE \ CHANNELMASTEB ,
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-"- ', 6 USEFUL GIFT ITEMS FOR :BOYS AND MEN!
EXQUISITE DIAMOND RINGS
t The undersigned cleaners will be -
Diamonds never gracedmore closed Friday and Saturday', Dec. TRANSISTOR
Be Our Guest! beautiful rings than 25 and 26.MADISON.
these! Our brilliant CLEANERS Portable Radio

collection includes simpleS MICKLER'S LAUNDRY .... .
INVITE YOURSELF TO AN ADVENTURE. .' designs for the young girl QUALITY CLEANERS 101 *SO

IN SHOPPING! I : ...rare,custom-type ..ICMCI Uo.- ii
: mountings for the woman. CHRISTMAS PROGRAM :=.91 d s 1 I ,
... .WE WILL PAY YOUR GASOLINE BILL FROM THE of fashion.AU priced fordowntoearth Ikw.dstw.Ne.-
value. bn.ke6d.ti1.ihc
MADISON AREA TO VALDOSTA AND BACK WITH -- C1L j.
First graders of Madison County -
PURCHASE OF $10.00 OR MORE UPON PRESENTATION Training School are presentinga =. = b,1. $4995

> OF THIS AD! DECEMBER 11th & 12th ONLY. -' Christmas program in the cafe- a.papwi.f..

tonum, Wednesday night Dec 16, ..
,
Budget Terms Tiny...Featherweight.
7:30. Come
at out and hear them.
YOU WILL FIND HUNDREDS OF SENSATIONAL VALUES Cash Charge Sponsors: Eliza T McGhee, chmm, Plays Clearly Wherever It Goes

THAT WILL MAKE YOUR TRIP MORE THAN WORTHWHILE! :'- Christine McKinny Marie Camp- A 3 lb. Fruit Cake FREE I
YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH THE NEW EXPERIENCE OS' beU and 0 S Seabrooks, principal.Mrs .

SHOPPING THE FRIEDLANDER'S MIRACLEf "STORE WAY- .4c I
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FRIEDLANDERS SHOPPING CENTER Free 3-lb. Fruit Cake ardina Beach came Thursday to
: .. spend Christmas holidays with her
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BY DR. KENNETH J, FOREMAN

Bible) aterlal: Acts 9:32 through 11:18.
Devotional Beading: John 10916.


. ( Not ImpossibleLesson


for December IS, 1959:

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fJ EVERY CHURCH that Is really
actively looking for new
members. These members can be
_. gained in two ways, one bad, one
good. The bad way is sometimes
called "sheep-stealing;" a diction-
ary word for it is "proselyting."
The church that practices this

I never goes after non-Christians, it .... jL..
is not truly evan- ... ..
.. gelistic; it gets ...
its members' f

from existing .
churches chiefly !, .

by slander, assur- i } .' .... .
ing these people .."
that the churchto eu./llf M :'/w,}.. '., 4r. ,,iln
which they be- y .. im. x
long is not really "
Christian.
One such Dr. Foreman .;A,. .
church recently had the light turn
ed on it. Of its more than 100 members -
every one had been proselytedfrom ..
other denominations; and in :,rhbnr'
a year's time not one new member I
had been actually been won to
Christ.
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The truly evangelistic church, on II
the contrary, while it does, like all
churches, welcome people from
other denominations, nevertheless I
puts its main drive into winning ,

people who have not been Chris- ,....
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tians before.

Fottlblts and Impowiblis .'
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The evangelistic church In short .. ..;a. .. w.
is interested in conversion first of ..
All. But for many such churches,
even good ones, the list of pros- I'
pects is a list of "possibles."
There are persons in the communt- "
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who -- - .- -' -
ity are impossible, so far as
that church is concerned. _-----dlli 'T'

Now if the Bible teaches anything < C-e-R'- O-t- ALL .
it teaches that there are no :_ ALL CHURCHThe

really impossible cases.To be more Church is factor on earth for

which precise we about as Christians it, there are haw no a cases right -- ___ ........ 'r r;::7.t .' the building of character and good citizenship.'

to label "impossible.'Thebook* of Not one of these, certainly! .They're here today, gone tomorrow It is storehouse of spiritual values. Without a
Acts tells a number of stories Church neither democracy civilization
about conversions which we today Wed gladly 1. I lend our names to a timeless 1 peak like Everest.- not to a strong
would can survive. There are four sound reasons why
think unlikely. The
story of the Roman very army officer heap of shifting sands rolling before the desert wind every person should attend services regularly and

named Cornelius is a case in point. support the Church. They are: (1)I For his
t E...,'. Mia Of course we have to identify ourselves with many a transitoryidea own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For i

It took a vision from heaven to I and institution. We are busy most of our days just trying to the sake of his community and nation. (4) For
convince Simon Peter that God I
"'J wanted him even to speak with keep up with this ever-changing world I the sake of the Church itself, which needs his
f I this Cornelius. Certainly under moral and material support. Plan to go to

h... normal circumstances Peter would I But our deeper self gropes for the Eternal! church regularly and read your Bible daily.
have crossed the street to avoid _
him. For Cornelius was an officerin
the Roman army of occupation. God understands this yearning. He breathed it into our souls. Day Book Chapter Verses

All during the time covered by the Sunday Matthew 7 24-29 .
4 Gospels and Acts,Palestine was an And God answers it: In Christ! In Scripture! In the voice of a Monday Psalms 90' 1-2
occupied country.The underground
was active, and eventually broke .neighbor inviting you and your family to Church. TueSda Isaiah 64' 4
loose in a ruinous rebellion. The Wednesday John 10 27-30

Romans had to keep an army and A voice crying in the wilderness across the shifting sands Thursday Genesis 1 6-28 J
permanent military installations Friday John 10 14-16
all over the place, to hold down of the TRUTH and LIFE that are ETERNAL. Saturday John 3 46-17.
rioters and restless people. Christian .
congregations (as we now call

them) at that time were made up .Copyright 1959,Kiitttt A entirely of Jewish converts, and f

you may be sure no such congregation ,. ,. r- S
would have regarded an :
officer of the Army of Occupation
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Despised Raw

Worse than this, 'the more religious '" .... :.. .:.......:.:.. .
a Jew was, the more he : J .. -. : ....:...._._.._...,....:.:....__......_x..r,1n: ,:,.....:.. :...:::.:.._ "_.____.,.. _:_.:.,..,.._.h_. _.. .._._.m_ __
looked down on all non-Jews. We

.. have race prejudice in America: These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week, Sponsored by the Following Individuals and
but it is hardly anything com- ,.
pared to the prejudice the ancient Establishments:
Jew had against the nonJewishraces.
It made no difference how . e _r; . arr.rzBJ
important or wealthy the foreigner
might be. The mere fact that he
MADISON DRUG STORE BUDDY SMITH
v WESTERN AUTO STORE
was foreign marked him as un :
touchable. There are many ': DUNN FURNITURE CO. .
churches in America today one- The Recall Store HARDWAREMadison. J. J. S ale.'Owner

race churches like those in early Phone HU 3-2300 Madison MADISON FLA.
Fla. Florida Phone HU 3-2385. Madison. Fla. '
days, who would definitely cross .
off from their list of prospects a .- Phone HU 3-2340
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person of another race. ,- -.x. .

A Good MaeFurthermore I : .

if any member of I.'.
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the Jerusalem church had got near biESSER J. B. DAVIS, Inc.
enough to this Roman officer to INSURANCE
CO.1IORROW QUALITY CLEANERS
BATTERY & TIRE
know something about him per- Madison Flonda
sonally, it would have come out _AGENCY
'MADISON, FLORIDA When your clothes are not becoming
that he ;I
was already a very good .y.a d'ISO" Florida .
man. Possibly even better than to you they should be
some of the Christians.:He was a AI REGISTER'S AUTO SERVICE
charitable, prayerful man. quite coming to US Phone HU 3-2255
Phone
HU
3-6450 Pis.
Madison
unlike the run-of-mine Roman sol ,
dier. It might have been said BRYAN ELECTRIC. CO. ,,
"Here Is a good citizen he doesn't FRALEIGHASHLEYTRUCK .
need us. Let's concentrate on real Wiring and Repair-Appliances
sinners.Talking to a man like Cor- .. & TRACTOR CO. CAN rEY MOTOR CO. CHERRY'S "66" SERVICE .
nelius about 'salvation' would get MADISON, FLORIDA STATION
nowhere. But God saw otherwise.The ''III I S Phone HU .3-2241, Madison Fla. Madison. Florida
man Cornelius was good; but Madison, Fla
no human goodness is good-enough
to earn God's grace. What Simon

Peter had Cornelius needed: Christ 00 o a 999 rBBA.tm
the Savior and the Holy Spirit.
' Cornelius brought much with him;
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. E TEN THE ENTERPRESE-RECOKDER, MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER 11th, 1959

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or C H Brannen. -ONE BU 'WORTH" writes:
LISTEN! for those red- Corene Studstill plaintiff, vs "I want $1.00 worth of the
C W Jarvis and wife and The Jimmy Wjche, head ramrod of "finest publication in the South." I
GIVE NORGE APPLIANCES hot EAGLE Dep't. Store.I I United States of Americaforeclo- the Mobile Bears pro baseball team. Namely, The E-R."
sure of mortgage. The property
REFRIGERATORS, STOVES. 'aSHERSHOME I I Lots 2 and 3, Blk 28, Town of
: FREEZERS specials on \VMAF\ Lo\ett ordered sold Dec 7, 1939 I Something New for MadisonCOMPLETE
:, i i ---- --- :to satisfy said mortgage, if sum!

1st Payment Due February 15th, 1960 CIRCUIT COURT of Adoption 731.10 not of Evelyn paid. Frances Tid- BUILDING SERVICEIf

well England by Nicholas Walter
QUITMAN ELECTRIC CO. Gossman authorized and decreed. you need help in building or I
Carroll Edward Welch, entering
without breaking. Placed on pro- planning or NEW or USEDBUILDING
Mrs A G Paul of Lake City,
,
ELECTRIC PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
& HEATING
baticn for five years and instructedto
spent last week here visiting her MATERIALS-We have
FIXTURES, APPLIANCES, LAMPS, TELEVISION pay cost of the proceedings.K mother, and sister, Mrs A E Fra- it.
C Washingtonunlawful pos-
RADIOS HOME REMODELING & FINANCING session of moonshine whiskey still, leigh and Mrs J G Ashley.
Let us WRECK YOUR HOUSE! .
Johnnie Bowen, Phone 4551, Quitman, Ga. two years in state prison.
State Road Department and Madi- 1

son Lewis County et al petitioners defendants. vs Ordered GV Goodyear Tires $12.95 PAUL B. WILLIAMSON, ,

that expert witnesses be paid at

New HomesWe Are your brakes safe? trial$75 per of day case for and testimony payments given taxedas in 670 plus x 15 tax, All-Weather and recappable tube-type tire. Enterprises ::1

use No.; 1 flooring, No. 1 costs to petitioner, as follows: KU 3-6781 MADISON, FLA.
siding, 5 s Us, 2 x 8 floor joists. if not drive in today to \V B Davis Jr, 2 days at $75r total MESSER
sills and floor joists termite treated, $150. Paul D Bird- 2 days at $75 PAUL WILLIAMSON ROBERT H. WILLIAMSONOwner
termite sh elds over all bases. Our total $150. James R Hayden, 1 dayat Associate
two and three-bedroom homes are Battery & Tire Co.
McWILLIAMS GARAGE $75. total $75. Court finds no MRS. MARTHA WILLIAMSON. Seocreta1'TreasurerMAKE
same price as those that use No.2'' authority for authorizing paymentas
lumber and 3 sillsAVrite !
expert witnesses for L L, Sever
SPARKS BEST HOMES
Madison, Florida

YOUR HOLIDAY

BAPTIST CHOIR TO PRESENTTHE

NATIVITYA _. '-.. .i

Christmas: Cantata, The Nativity .
will be given at the First Baptist -

at 7:30.Church, Sunday night Dec 20th SING WITH I CO.KE ;

This Cantata: "The Nativity" is
for chorus of mixed voices and .
REG.u.s.PAT,OFF,
solos. The first part deals with the )

Prophecy which tells of the people ..........
that walked in darkness and have
seen a great light and to them that
dwell in the shadow, upon them
hath the light shined and unto us
a child is given and He shall be

Father called wonderful.the Prince The of Peace.Everlasting I If.,,.,.,' ...-::..:. .. ., .

The second part tells of the jour- .'..:
ney to Bethlehem. In this scene we '
remember that the people were required '.'
to go to Bethlehem, that the i :. .
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people should be taxed. Joseph told
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from Rome and Mary said that
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was weary with child. At the end ;I w ;
of this part they were assured that -
the Lord was their shepherd and ,
they would not want. c'I
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Part three brings out in a musical ti 'I
way the story of the Shepherds ;
IIf how they were in the same i ij

country- keeping watch over the }' y.. 'rM ,
fields and lo the angel of the Lord
came upon them and they were sore
afraid for I bring you good tidingof j' Cj Q : N iMva
great joy. They were assureda \I j JL
Savior is to be born unto them i
this day in the city of David which
Ss called Christ the Lord.
Part 4 the Manger lullaby a a
very beautiful musical story of the
Christ born in Bethlehem in a : ..
manger with no crib for his bed. l
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Part 5 is a trio featuring the .jJ I
story of the three f wise men how % 1 ; J
they traveled from the East to \ ""i' I
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seek the new born King. \Vhen /A1 fa "-.' :-
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they see him they were told that P r ;
Herod the King had planned evil jj j
against the child, but they would
return another way. ,
Part 6 is'erY stirring chorus D a o ,,
"Glory of God in the Highest" > cL J
During this chorus some of the :'-"
most beloved Christmas Carols are .:,,;. ,.':.I: : : :'::" "...
featured such as "Oh, Come lets :': : ;'II': '

adore Him", and "0 Holy Night", ... .$ ,.-,.-"
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the Cantata You will tear again : ;:: : '' .r' .
of God in the Highest" :
"Glory : ,: f.
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Peace on earth good will to men "If' ..
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with a'f)' colorful eight fold ......
COn.I.a Oi** me COC.-COCA coanwi coc-C.U..O cou-' lumen.H.O(
A-men.

\ THE McGUIRE SISTERS PAUSE FOR ICE-COLD COCA-COLA

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\ hot EAGLE Dep't. Store I BE REALLY REFRESH Take a tip from the famous singing McGuire .


: specials on WMAF Sisters. .wrap up your entertaining plans beautifully. .with plenty of ice-cold Coca-Cola.

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Smith-Corona adding
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cold 1 crisp taste of Coke! Keep plenty :f ljL.f 1N
cash A
registers. Rf.y
0 Coke on hand from now until 1960

The

your parties will "sing"vith Coke!
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CHRISTMAS PROGRAMWade LIGHTING I Tell 'em yon saw it inl iIi LOOK FOR



your Home Town Gazette n JY.
Wilfong, lighting expert
the Florida Power Corporationwas _
for
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speaker at the annual Gar- The E-R.
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den Club luncheon at the Woman'sClub
last Thursday. Mr Wilfong
illustrated his talk on Christmas Tommy Warren, 24, working on :T i r
line pole north of Greenville -
Home Decorations with colored a power .. )
fell Monday when the pole
effects for both the ex-
lighting
collapsed. He is under treatmentat
terior and interior of the home. MCM: hospital. .

Many beautiful slides shown were i ,w'

applicable to both the modest and VOTERS "BE KIND TO a..

more pretentious homes. He was CANDIDATES SEASON" is

assisted in making the display by nearly here. Cheer up all the I __p. M Shoes For Women-

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Mrs Wilfong and Mrs Emaline + i a
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boys, they'll feel let down soon
Carpenter, home service adviser for fir ..
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-enough. AT
FPC. A number of prizes were ,
given to the guests. f

Mrs J A Davis introduced the LISTEN! for those red- ,, ,
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speaker, and Mrs Paul Touchton $" ;>

gave the invocation.The ; :.! NOTICE TO CREDITORS .......
Camellia Circle served a hot EAGLE Dep't. Store I .: :i ; 1 O; - - -
f, EAGLE will Wrap Christmas
turkey luncheon with salad,. caKe { j Florida StatutesIN your
f fI
Gift FREE and Hold
and coffee at to fi THE COURT OF
noon sixty-five THE COTNTY
guests. Centering the buffet table specials on WMAF i 1 JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY, Until CHRISTMAS EVE
FLORIDA, .
IN PROBATE.In
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was a beautiful miniature Christ- : ( .
<. re: Estate of Dessie Thompkins, vvvvvxvvvvvvvvvvvvvxvwwoamonths -
mas tree. Prior to the Mrs R H I
program I i4 ':,, Deceased.TO from the time of the first
Out-of-town guests included Mrs Rowe gave a brief summary of the ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS I publication of this notice. Each
Robert L Simpson of Bermuda. District Garden Club meeting in .;. HAVING CLAIMS OR DE- claim or demand shall be in writing -
Miss Mary J&ne Merrrtt, of Atlanta Jasper. She announced the invitation ., MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: and shall state the place of
Mrs N Jordan Akridge of Cocoa of the Madison Club to have i ir You and each of you are hereby residence and post office address ,
> otified and required to present any of the claimant, and shall be sworn
Mrs A G Paul of Lake City the 1960 District meeting was ac I claims and
demands which you, or I to by the claimant, his agent or
and Mrs Wilfong of St Petersburg. cepted. I either of you, may have against the i attorney, and any such claim or

-.....' r;: ;: ii'. estate of Dessie Thompkins, deceased -. demand not so filed shall be void.s .
fi:' : j ', Y i r: }titl (r. t : rM. .;'Vo',' ". late of said County, to the / OLLIE C THOMPKINS,
.- .-- -'*'- TT; : ,.:4 County Judge of Madison County, As administratrix of the Estate oT
Florida, at his office in the court Dessie Thompkins, Deceased.
house of said County at Madison, First publication 12 4, 1939.
r Florida, within eight calendar I 14-lt-ch OCT
Proposal" Lilac Time' ----- -
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MRS WALTER CLARENCE COPELAND III, the former Seed .Bed Materials
MISS FRANCES STEWART, is pictured above in her
wedding gown. Mr and Mrs Copeland are living in Tal-

lahassee. $ COKER'S & SPEIGHTS SEED
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HIGH QUALITYat hot EAGLE Dep't. Store ChristmasShoppingwith i t
low cost I 0 PLANT BED FERTILIZER [ !

with l WMAF\ E-R
specials on !. advertisers! % APPLIANCES .. 4

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JUNIOR CLASS PRESENTS PLAY I Mrs James Rawlinson of :Mam-

The Madison high school junior ing, S C* i:> here for aisit with
L class presented their play, a three-:her sister Mrs A F Harrison. I FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE
act comedy. The Magic Touch, ,i -- -- -

Friday night in the auditorium to i TOY TOWN\ now open at
an appreciative audience. The plot I MADISON, FLORIDA
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A 50-PIECE b dealt with the transformation of
r Madison Home Center
SERVICE : the
daughter of the house, playedby I
FOR 8ONLY Nell Norfleet- from a football- \

49.95 playing tomboy to a most feminine
ONE NEW DIMENSION CAR
Hondtom Cheat Included young lady. Many hilarious situ-
ations developed with the bumblingof
ONLY $39.95Without Chtit father Russell Long and humor PRESENTS PROOF-
injected by football player Arnold
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Kramer. All were well cast and
Service includes all these pieces-16 Teaspoons, PROVEN ECONOMY PROVEN VALUE. 1.
played their well.
parts Gayle
8 Knives, 8 Forks, 8 Place Spoons, 8 Salad Forks,
1 Butter Knife, 1 Sugar Spoon. MoU-used spoons Jones played the mother; teacher .
end forks have an extra overlay of silver ot the was Latrelle Vickers; helpers in)
wearing point. the home, Judy Allen, Ollie Can
YlJJi THAT BYSTUDEBAKER
.Trad-mrk.1 0..1.14. non and Donald Kir.c;. D. Davis
had the romantic lead and h3 and _
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Louis Oliver were other:: football, More than 50,000 owners have driven The Lark o\"er"750 million' ,
players Beverly Br'soi: : : was the .
; I miles. Happy owners report fewer service jobs, lower nice charges
Madison Jewelers other ingenue; Sarah Taylor,
Martha Fielder and Betty Ann lower insurance and operating costs, more mileage on regular gas.
Wood were club ladies staging the Used in more than 1,000 fleets. Here's the record: The Lark saves up to'
PHONE HU 3-2540
212 S. Range, :Madison, Florida1Iiz1't1t fashion: show, Jimmy Bunting was 33.3% on gas bills (that's lOt a gallon!) and cuts maintenance bills up to
technician and models were Kath- 23% ("e\ery 4th service job free"). 3 Proven high in trade-in value

ryn Morrow, Nancy Hamilton" -trade reports show Lark resale prices above average in its price group.,.
Helen Sue Wright and Delorise ::> SEE SIX STUNNING STYLES AT OUR STUDEBAKER DEALER'S.

i Id. Wadkins. COMPARE LARK PRICES...INCLUDING: THE LOWEST-PRICED
The technical crew included Margaret V.$. MADE CO: ERTIBLES: HARDTOPS AND DOOR V-8 WAGONS.
Kelly, Bennie Roso Stewart.

IP LOVE IS A StOEET Think of it!1 One of Mary Kay Burnette, Gene Mc-
DREAM MARRIAGE IS THE Clamma. Bennie Harris Danny

ALARM CLOCK/ Thomas, Helen ,
the neatest, completes Wright Nancy
Hamilton, Marie Mathis, Arnold r
Auto Parts linesin Haire* Charles Waters, Milton S

Roberts, Ronald Bass, Pat Lau- .
the country. Don't rance, Patricia Ezell, John Blair,
Lester Taylor. Janie WebbChar- .. .
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lette Bell, Robbie Webb, Judy _
delay-Have your repairman Littleton Mary Washington, Kath- I 9 .

ryn Morrow.
in to-
come
The class presented gifts to the 4
Mrs Louise Browning
sponsors
day and for him-
see Mrs Ashley Hardee and Prof

::.. self.II Orvis Day.
2.07c .

J>Irs J M DuRant and two sons

.have returned: from a. visit in "Sf9 cn3 drive The LARK at TOUR STUDEBAKER DEALER'S today

Columbia. C, with her sister, .
!Mrs Allan Mustard.TCONSTRUCTION. .

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CHERRY LAKE NEWS GOLDEN ANNIVERSARYMr I LOW DOWN PAYMENT BANK FINANCINGTHEMUSICBOX


---- FAMILY DINNERA and Mrs James Oscar McDonald -I I
family dinner for
Kindly pull over to the curb. will observe their Golden
When buying your i Our newsboys have instructionsto ing Rev was and enjoyed Mrs J at R the ThanksgiV-1 Wedding Anniversary at their. I Phone: 6601 Quitman, Ga.
STAY OUT of the streets, and Tuesday 1 home in Cherry Lake Sunday after-i!
night.
EaR from Newsboys we will appreciate your cooperating Guests present were: Mr & Mrs..1 noon, December 20th, between the I I ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
with us AND THEM for hours of three and five o'clock.
Geo Burnett, Jr and children Suzanne ,
THEIR ;:
SAFETY. Thank you very No invitations are being sent out
and Bubba, and Mrs Harold VISITORS COMPLIMENTED
much. Mrs W T
locally, but all friends are cordially I Hollingsworth joined
Bland and children, Mike and i
invited to Mrs i, her sisters Mrs J M Gilchrist
come. Robert of of
Langley. Jacksonville
Please DO NOT park in the Sharon all of Cherry Lake. -
street and make your newsboy nn FOX GO-BOY CARTS Out of town guests included Mrs Please omit gifts. a visitor in the city with,I phrey Chattahoochee of Tampa and in Mrs Chattahoochee BV lIum-
out into the street to make a sale HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. Julia Black, mother of Mrs Collins Mr Langley, District Governor of:
the
I Mrs II Folk and Mrs C Hartoz The Fire Department was called Rotary, was honored with a dinner cola,past where week for a trip to Pensa-
and Steve, all of Denmark, S C, and I I lout at 2:15 Wednesday to the Sin-I party Tuesday evening at Hotel brother and they visited their
family, Mr
and Mrs
Mr and 1IrsVigfield and children'I clair Service Station, corner Base Madison Restaurant, given by the Frank McPherson
of Rhode Island. I and Washington, where a lighted Madison Rotary Club with Mrs H and children.
SUWANNEE RIVER Visitors for Thanksgiving of Mr cigarette caused a flareup as gas i E McArthur acting hostess. Other I I _
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and Mrs Bill Selph and Melba was being pumped. There was no Rc,tar .anns enjoying the party included Guests were seated for the three
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Mr damage to property.Precisionware Mrs T J Beggs JrIrs I.
Selph were and Mrs Bob Geraldof course menu at one long table
Birmingham. Kitchen Cabinets Frank Graham, Mrs Griffin Bishop,
Capt Charles Peek Mrs Ernest Page Mrs C E Russell j centered with a bowl of red
JUNIOR COLLEGE three daughters of Ft Fleming Rucker, and Ala HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. I I I and Mrs Gordon Ashley Jr. camellias.

visited week. Mr and 'Mrs L L Peek last .


BROTHER PASSES Here a/e/Ae LOWEST-PRICED PICKUPS
Mrs George Shaw left Tuesday to _
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Robert Collins, who died of a heart of the leading'makes

attack Monday. She was accom- .. ..
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Donald, Gordon and R L CollinsJr. .. +.u
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Pompano Funeral Beach services, Wednesday.were held at r-- TI\.u.\ o\\\)\li .

BROTHER PASSES

FLA. Mrs B N Williams was called to ,j(Jf_]itel! !r"' 'of.s _......... ..as aas. Y 011 mi mop\ ext
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death of her brother Ronald Pitts. ,( II( p1cY0Ds1o 316121
? $3111 labkpekw \
Mr Albert Gentry is a patient in co m \\S ctVr'o
the Madison County hospital. a..ei!Atn.S IR \ keslS."Mnmy.JV.eM tomeldlnl -
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OFFERING THE FOLLOWING 5 .
ODOM-DAY VOWS TO BE { ? wW

:i. TWO-YEAR STUDY PROGRAMS: SPOKEN DECEMBER 20 :

i Columbus, Mississippi Mr and
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Mrs Ralph F Odom of ColumbusAir J_
1. General Courses "_ with Certified Economy
: College Force Base announce the en- 't
t gagement of their daughter, Toni to 1960
.1 Here is economy you can count on...economy backed
Mr James Winton of Mr
Day, son
by the Certified tests of leading independent automotive
2. Pre-Business Education
Course and Mrs Anderson Day of Greenville -
engineers
Florida. FO R D @
Certified gas savings! New tests verify the gas savingSTRU
The couple will bemarried December ,
of Ford's modern Six-the engine that averaged 25%
3. Pre-Engineering Course 20 at two m. in the
p.
C KS more mpg in Economy Showdown U.S.A.!
Columbus Air Force Base Chapel.
Certified durability! Tests of key truck parts showed,.
Miss Odom is 1959 graduateof
a for example,23.6%greater frame rigidity.
4. Pre-Law Course Stephen D Lee High School and
is a former member of Girls' Leader- Certified lowest prices(See the actual price comparisons,
plus all the economy test results. Come in and see the
ship Association of Arizona and
5. Pre-Medical Course Job's Daughters, OES. She is Certified Economy Book.
presently employed at the Lowndes
County Sheriff's office.

6. Pre-Nursing Course Mr Day graduated from Greenville (!)
High School of Greenville, '
Fla with the class of '54. Before t SAVE

7. Terminal Courses (Trades) will attended entering Florida the U State S Air University.Force he ClPtO$156 42

After a honeymoon trip the couple

be offered as demands justify. will Ga. make their home in Valdosta CO-urab'$31.4210:::FaC irsPrICed x.100, Fw "...

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: LIONS' CLUB prq ena t m See mou.1Ctu"e' _

REGISTRAR At the Lions Club meeting Tues- .
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i BtMd m 1 ttM twrtu*rf IM MatMatafcto .
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day $358.50 worth of brooms and 1uwe1d1r1f1 IYtr6Grd.l
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mtt met*mttHt F./er111am.b1.wcMd.le
JENYETHEL N. MERRITT I mops were reported sold in th a.i....r.l.aoeu.. 1M c.II.. ..t 1M MIIMo /
campaign Monday night, with additional tft...MiaM*M MOM*.Imt fa***I*f A. FM1- (714 JiiJ# -/ AhkHNY ,#
sales to be made this week. t w lret JSU.:/.re,Dmam.(**MotM Ca.pr%, /f.- _- /I f.OJLf.

ORPRESIDENT I Putting up the Christmas lightswas
discussed, and it was agreedthat
I the lighting area would bebecome
! HARDEE MOTOR CO.
JAMES J. GARDENER ,I expanded available. as funds should o

!''l Finishing work on the Boy Scout
BOX 772,, MADISON| FLORIDA [ hut was also discussed. An active Corner Base & Hancock Streets, Madison, Ha. ,
Scoutmaster was reported by the
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WILDERNESS AREAS THE'fl' -:- ; APPROVE PLANS
BLACK BEAR MAY SE .
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AREPROTECTED
A t THE BEAR OTIS PEAVY do you read the struction of the Administration
.. i. '.HAS FIVE// Building for the housing of all

i', O. TOES ON 'W/" LAW'I = 0 0 Fisherman Calendar? administrative officers, and three

{ 'I' .BACH FOOT. T ql, /LiSN temporary class rooms.
I ..- TRACK OF ."" s art t Also approved were master plans
uP' HIND FOOTRESEMBLES IMES for Phase 1 construction of the Su-
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FOOT- f I
science laboratory.Mr .

j Time for Each Dar, 'Tens When Fish Bite Best"
I .-: r LEAVE and Mrs John F Collette had

t cuBS SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN as guests for Thanksgiving their
f 1N THEWOODS ) 13 14 I 15 I 16 I 17 I 18 I 19 I 20 children and. grandchildren John
A } ) >e.. >e >e >G I F Collette., and Mr and Mrs
L 7:55 8:42 9:26 10:11 10:55 11:30 12:25 1:11 Jimmy Wadsworth and three child .
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'IrFlORIDA PM\ PM PM PM PM PM AM AM ren of Jacksonville. Mrs J P Kin-

1d -- !sey of Pinctta visiting her daughter

LARGEST' Biccker the Fish Setter tea Ccy ter rIii.g: ; : Mrs Collette. this week for
-- I..AND ANIMAL.G 1 several days and will leave the
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LACRT BEAR HOWARD STUDSTILLLUMBER daughter, Mrs Roy Cone.

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I 400L8SLQR MORE COMPANY Tuesday for their new homeat
I Moultrie- Ga where the Rev Mr

\ ... FLORIDA:GAME AND....FRESH WATER -FISH -COMt 4TSSir HU 3-:6106 :MADISON, FLORIDA Murphy will 'be rector of St John's
Episcopal Church. Their many

_\Toi1icon.__: ___u _frionflc_._u__. rAirrrit_-0-__ tr-- lo--<-?f-> this_____
-I estimable family after their year's

COMPLETE PEST CONTROLFREE I CHEERLEADERS ENTERTAINED!I Wilbur D Day, seaman, USN, I II Mr and Mrs JI- Surles had all I residence here.TALBOH.
son and orother of Mr and Mrs their children and their families for

INSPECTION The Madison Cheerleaders enter-I Wilbur Day and daughter Sharon Thanksgiving and the holidays, in-
taineed the Thomasville Cheer- of Fellsmere, grandson of Mrs H 0 cluding Mr and Mrs J E Swift and
BURKE EXTERMINATING CO. leaders and their sponsors with I Thompson and Mrs Joe Day of children, Michael, Jonathan and PAINTAND
_ a Greenville, returned to San Diego, Brien; Mr and Mrs Henry Sands
supper at Madison
Hotel Restau- Calif. November 24, after a seven 'and daughter Sharon; and Mr and
0 JACK BURKE, JR., Entomoiogist rant Wednesday evening. The boun- months tour of duty with the U S Mrs Glenn Surles and children,

$ 111 East Green St., tiful menu consisted of fried chic- Seventh Fleet in the Western I Glenn Jr and Kendall, all of Tallahassee WALLPAPER CO.AT .
ken potatoes au gratin, butter beans Pacific. i ; Mr and Mrs Thomas Surles

0 Phone 293JPERRY pear salad, hot rolls, tea and cherry -y- I and children, Susie, Tommy and CASTLE PARK
cobbler. Mr and Mrs John Federowich I Nancy of Cherry Lake and Mr and VALDOSTA, GA. I
FLORIDA Mrs Bobby Surles of Valdosta.Appliances .
After the football game Miss returned Saturday from a two free parkingWe

\Ye exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and Wanda Williams invited the Madison weeks visit in Jacksonville with

Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc. cheerleaders to her home for. Mr and Mrs John Bochnia. Friendsare G-E have a complete line of Dwoskla
a sumber glad to know Mrs Federowich Wallpaper and 1500 colors of Palntl
party.
m- is recovering satisfactorily from Howerton Supply Co. to select; from. ,

i MISS MARY BRANNEN DIES recent eye surgery. I
( AT GREENVILLE Mr and Mrs Frank Graham and

SPORTING NEEDS Miss Mary Brannen, age 84, of three at children Fort Gaines spent Ga the, where past weekend they I Expense-paid, trip for 20 farm couples !:

Greenville, passed away at her visited Mr Graham's brother and
home there Tuesday night, aftera sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs John
0 EVINRUDE MOTORS\ brief illness. She was a nativeof Graham. .
Taylor County but had"beenliving Dkk
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in Greenville since 1922. She HAPPY FISHING FOR CHIEF .
0 FISHING TACKLE was a member of the Greenville QUARTERMASTER GIBSON BIG
0 BROWNING WINCHESTER Church of Christ.
REMINGTON GUNS She is survived by one brother, l
Andrew Brannen, of Statesboro, Stanford University, California.
0 HOBBY CRAFT Gu, and a number of nieces and (FHTNC) -- Chief Quartermaster

0 COMPLETE PHOTO SHOP nephews. Harvey B Gibson. USN=, was trans- BERMUDA : '

0 SPORTING GOODS Funeral services were held at 2 ferred to the Fleet Reserve in a .
0 LAMBRETTA MOTOR p. m. Thursday in the Chapel of colorful ceremony at Stanford r ri-

SCOOTERS the T J Beggs Jr Funeral Home in NROTC Unit, Stanford, California
Madison, and interment followed in i '
after serving 26 years in the Navy.
Fellowship cemetery near Sirmans. HOLIDAY
THE SPORT CENTERCastle The Rev Julian Maddox and the During the ceremonies in connection ;
with Mr
Rev Harold Johnson of Greenville Gibson's retirement, the
officiated and a quartet rendered Midshipman Battalion was inspectedby .
Park Shopping Center
music. Active pallbearers were Chief Gibson and later paraded 1 Z"
VALDOSTA, GA. nephews.Mr in his honor. Mr Gibson In
was pre- February, 1960, 20 winning ,
sented with a cake
wishing him
couples in the Allis-Chalmers '
Raymond Lanning of CherryLake "happy fishing" and given a fishing i
is a patient at Moody Field reel as a present from the NROTC Fall Purchase Contest will vacation

NAVACO AWNINGS Hospital. lIe entered there Wednes Staff. Mr Gibson has served in in balmy Bermuda and '
HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY day after suffering an attackof
illness at his home. every aircraft type ship from submarineto visit fabulous New York City. .;, 4 <'
carrier a? wall :1<:: n l"' '
forming several tours- I SA % .
of shore duty I 4
in the Far East. He has been sta- Contest is easy to entpr ,. 11

THE YIELD IS UpON| SAVING AT tioned at Stanford University for by doing part of your spring

the past three years as the assis- equipment buying now" "':"
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tant to the.Engineering and Navi- id.ft
VALDOSTA
FEDERAL gation instructor. Mr. Gibson is ... .
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presently employed at the Stanford Real opportunity to win- .; >.. ... ...
ANNOUNCING- Research Institute and plans to entries are limited to Allis- _
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continue to make his home : _' ;
at 430 Chalmers customers whose }. ..
Vine Street in Sunnyvale- Cali- .""' .... / ...._ ..... :
:{jff fornia. buying qualifies them between
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I Chief September 25 and --> Gibson teen d
is the son of Mr of r= "'Tth "

U:4VtiiiL and Mrs Nicholas C Gibson of year ....- : ,,... /;/.;., _, _=__:.
Madison Fla f. .7i. <<
.-. and husband of the : ,:-s ,
former Miss Wilma Stone of Yaki- BE A WINNER '
Plan to .
ma, Wash ... "
join the other winning couplesfor

CARD OF THANKS a week of fun and sun. F

.: SEE US FOR THE DETAILS ..

Anticipated dividend rate on insured 'j RIGHT AWAY!
I wish
to express my deep appreciation -
savings payable December 31, 1959
and thanks to my many
FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST friends for the visits, flowers and CeaUd svlfc to faierof. dot end loco Jowl. '..

-' OFFICE HOURS cards during my stay in the hos-
pital. May GoJ: bless you all.
MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM MRS. JOHN FEDEROWICHS Ask in obewf lh.Af/ii>Cfcafm,rs pros to

THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON t1lwR.roes_lime] pvrtal..1 farm eqlllpm.n'_
Sgt and Mrs D L Browningand

The New two children of Warner -
Robins, Ga have retuined home
Ai&lSgHALMHfiAN
after spending the past week here
ryb arss
visiting Mrs Browning's mother, SAUl UB.WCEALLISCHALMCRS
'Mrs Maxie Jones. Clayton Jonesof

FSU was also here to spend the .

Thanksgiving holidays with his

Saving & Loan Association mother and sister and family. TRACTORS .

115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA. INC.

The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You, Small Corn $1.15 in Jasper __

Enough To Know You -I .. SHELL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS _
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IN ARMY Miss Charlotte Woodward, of .c...
I I He was enlisted in a group ceremony -I Pinetta, a student at Sullins Col-'I
at Jacksonville and left the I lege, Bristol Va, spent the Thanks- Corn $1.15..in Jasper
Green Stamps Edward L Sims of Route 1, same day for eight weeks basic giving holida.sith her room, ,
Jinettavas enlisted into the Reguar I Miss ClC Ca
ca.Mcan mate Betty Boyd at
k military training at Fort Jackson
Army December 1st for a special boro.. Va. Miss Woodward \vaynes-I'football game. Miss Woodward will
::: S C, near Columbia. After graduation -
:; assignment to the Army Security Boyd spent Thanksgiving arrive home Dee 16 to pend the-
Agency, Sgt Leist. Army Recruitern he will be given a brief leave I .
Richmond attending the William i Christmas holidays with her parents
help you \\ 'J : i Yaldosta training. I And Mary and Richmond College Mr and Mrs Jack Woodward.
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said.DAYLIGHT OEP'T. STORE

400 0

Madison Florida
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Offers for Christmas and Afterwards a big selection of Merchan-

I at Christmas S&H Green time.Stamps are Santa's best helpers dise at popular prices. Visit our store during December and choose

Visit your nearest S&H Green Stamp redemption your needs at a price you can afford to pay! Gifts Wrapped Free!
center and see the truly wonderful selection -

; lector's of quality books.gifts you Toys can for get your with tots.your Fine filled tools col, Shoes by Freeman I. Men's Work Oxfords i Cowboy Boots by ACME:' Men's Rubber Hip Boots

wallets and other gifts to delight Dad. Hostess Top qualityYour e's .t by Endicott-Johnson & Bambo I for little girls and big men US Rubber Co
by $14.95
accessories, jewelry, watches, and lots of other worth $4.95 to $7.95 I IBoys' ---- !
FORCHRISTMASGlFfSMen's
beautiful and useful presents for the whole family. $12.95 to $18.95 Others
t And many more that you'll also find pictured II $11.95 & $12.95
: and described in the wonderful S&H Green Stamp Oxfords Billfolds

i Ideabook. You can get your copy free at stores White Boots & I Knee Boots 4.95 & 5.95
J that give extra values in S&H Green.. Stamps. 5 to 8 . . . $4.95 and Loafers $2.95 $3.95
..... J". '"" 9 to 3 . . . $6.95 Black or Brown, sizes 3 to G,, Belts & I -- -- -- ----
Big 4 to 10 . . . $7.95 Price Range $1.00 $1.50 Plastic Window

Little Girls & Boy's $4.95 to $7.95Big Neckties $1,1.50 2.50 I II Curtains 98c pr.

Oxfords and Loafers Variety Socks $1.49 $1.95 I Washable, will not crack
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-- sizes 10 to 3 New Shipment

LISTEN! for those red TOY TOWN now open at $2.95 &X3.95 Jackets Boxed Towels Upholstery Leatherfor
..... Sheepskin, quilted and flannel
; Madison Home Center others from lined $1.39 & $1.95 furniture and can

hot EAGLE Dep't. Store I 2.49 to 6.95A Boys Jackets $2.49 yd.


specials on \WMAF I County CourtJohn Variety of Styles $3.49 to $9.95Men's Boxed Handkerchiefsfor Bed Ticking

Henry Harris, possession, of Men's Shoes I ladies 49c-69c-89c ii i I 5 1-3 ounce . . . 49c
THINKING moonshine whiskey: $100 or ninety EndicottJohnson Jackets i [flen's Boxed Initialled : 8 ounce . . . . T9c

days.Willie James Anderson.-vagrancy, $6.95 to $10.95Sundial $6.95'to $24.95 I Window Shades
$25 or thirty days. ::: Handkerchiefs Box of
ABOUT MORE Frank Joseph Martin, vagrancy,, --- Come in and see if we have 3 feet wide . . . 79c
$25 or thirty days. Shoes one you like, no obligationMen's 3 for $125 and 6 feet long . .. 98c

INSURANCE? $15 Harry or thirty Lee Hickson days. Jr, speeding,, Black: Brown, Plain & Blucher PLASTIC . . . $1.89
style-some extra wide. Suits Boxed PillowcasesMr White, Green, Ecru
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DIES AFTER EXTENDED Good Values One Tableful
ILLNESS 0'" Priced at 8,95 to 12.95 and Mrs-His & Hers
$24.95 to $55.00some Children's Sweaters
$1.98 & $2.39
William M Matthews-: 76 died Men's Sundial
stouts includedMen's
Friday in a West Florida hospital
$1.29 to $3.95
Work ShoesLeather
after an extended illness. He wasa
lifelong resident of Madison, anda Soles Wool Trousers Sheets by Bibb ----
member of the church of Jesus Ladies Sweaters
Christ of Latter Day Saints. $10.95Endicott Priced $9.95 to $14.95Men's 81 x 99 guaranteed for 4 years
Services were held at 1 pm Sunday -
% $1.98 Orion 3955.95
I in the Chapel of the T J BeggsJr I
Johnson
n Funeral Home with Elder E R RaincoatsStarting PASTEL SHEETS . $2.79' ;
Sweaters
I Twin
der Carryl Freeman, Elder C officiating.E Russell Intermentwas and El- Work ShoesPlain with the low price PERCALE SHEETS $3.39 Ladies

.... .. in Oak Ridge cemetery. Active toe, Compo Soles 22.95Boy's 180 thread count sizes 81 x 108 $6.95Men's

.'.1.. .........::;:;: ,:....:/t'....",.. pallbearers. Floyd Favors, Robert $x.95 $1.98 to _
'1'. :, >,; < : ::' ......,....",. George Williams, Hazel Malon blue deniumDungarees SweatersBy
,: : '.'::.:."'.'. s. and Red Dais.SUrh'ors Bambo, Plain Toe cork sole All Colors
.. :.. .'I '\ :."'.:" '.'...';.:. j. are five daughtersMrs ,. 695. Other Brands priced from BlanketsBy Brentwood
: .': Glover Mathis and Mrs Luca:; sizes to 16 Purrey $8.95 to $14.95MEN'S
.t:_::. ....-..-..--:-:':.-."..-.j Alvarez, both of Miami, Mrs J I $3.95 to $9.95 Chatham-72 by 90 ___
Priced $1.79
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Hughey Jr of Madison. Mrs WN upmen's : PULLOVER
Rudd Jr of Aucilla, and Mrs Free $10.95
C. E. Hunting Clothes for
QUICK Blair of Jacksonville Beach; fou Sweaters $3.95 to $6.95
sons, Ernest, of Madison D J, More Dungarees keeps you warm like a kitten
HO 3-6168 BOX 292
head City. N CLucas, of U J; Boys assorted colorMen's

MADISON. FLORIDA Army, Ft Bensiing, Ga and II I) PANTS . . .. $5.95 $2.49 to $3.69We Electric Blankets
of Toledo. Ohio; one sister Mr:; White Shirts
ADAPT-A-PLAN. Mary Matthews of Stuart, Fla; II.) JACKETS . . $5.95
grandchildren and 11 great-grand Handle the Following Priced Right By Wing . . . $3.35
Ttl sop Gull with lif Adapt-A-Plan.* agent can your tell yon la- children. For Men brands of WORK CLOTHES- I \VashVear . . $125Men's

finance: Is adaptable. For s. BELTS . . . .
ample, a family Income plan can $1.39 I Lee Levy Wranglers
also proride substantial reth.* VESTS . . . $4.95 up I Sheet t BlanketsWhite I Robes
dent todayl income. Ore JWp. a call Corn $1.15TOBACCOGROWERS in Jasper COATS . $8.95 to $9.9i: Washington Dickys 70 x 84 . . $1.98
I I Plaids 70 x 84 . . $1.98 $5:95 to $10.95
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$1.39 to $2.95Ladies Men's Shorts Athletic( Men's House Shoes Children's Dresses

Big Variety Shirts & Tea Shirtsmade $2.00 to $5.00 98c to $5,95

,SEE US FOR House Shoes by Fruit-of-the-Loom
Hanes, Otis & Ezee-goo c<3 Ladies Bed Jackets
brands at regular prices OIL CLOTH
SEED-ALL VARIETIES SEED BED COVERS $1.45 to $2.39
$2.98
45 in. width . . 79c yd
:Many, many styles of . .
GAS & PLASTIC COVERS FERTILIZER 54 in. width 98c yd.
Men's Flannel Shirts Ladies' Shoes *: 6ovms $1.98 !
Plastic Cloth

Vickers Implement $2.95 by Block various sizes 54 in. Fancy . 59c_ yd. Slips $1.98 to $3.95

$2.49 to $5.95_ 54 in. plain eo ,49c yd.

Men's Sport ShirtsBy -r+ Men's PajamasBy

Company Wing & Block Boy's Sport Shirts $1.91 3 Boys & Girl's Pajamas Wings .
dI
Phone HU 3-3391 Madison, Florida $2.95! to $4:!95 Ey Carnegie Fancy -broadcloth Flannels an $1.98 $3.95 to $6.75

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I EAGLE will Wrap your Christ- : .

L Repossessions mas Until Gift CHRISTMAS FREE and EVE Hold LISTEN! for those red-



Repossessions YULE DECORATIONThe hot EAGLE Dep't. Store i


tfttlfterflz 1959-Pacermaker 40' x 8* 2 br. Annual Yule Decorations, 1

1958-Magnolia 45' x 10' 2 br, sponsored by the Madison Garden I specials on WMAF RO 5
Club will again be one of Madi-
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w. washer son's attractive holiday features. I ,.,, :

W. B. Davis, Jr. LADIES 1957-Cardonial 50' x 8' 3 br All competitors for the prizes ..
should register with Mrs J C
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: AVON COSMETICS has a week- 1953-Travelite 30' x 8' 1 br Register, Phone HU 3-2571 by

ACREACE. FARMS ly earning plan. Full or part PICK UP PAYMENTS Dec 18,. and lights must be on HUNTING SEASON '
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL i
time. consideration
Special from 6:30 to 9:30 each evening be-
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL given women over 35. WRITE
APPRAISALS KELLER'S MOBILE ginning Dec 18 through Dec 25. NOW OPEN
AVON, Box 3103 Tallahassee.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Prizes for everall decorations will
TITLE INSURANCE " ," ,." ," ." ," be1st, $12.50,. and 2nd. 750. BUY YOUR HUNTING NEEDS HERE!

112 West Base Street HOMES Prettiest door prize will be $5. Dis-

MADISON. FLORIDA plays will not be competitive if pro-
Phone HU 3-6277 PERRY, FLORIDA fessional help is used. Camouflage Suits

14-3t-ch The Florida Power Corporationis
FOR SALE: Large 30 In. wood donor of the prize. Hunting Jackets
heater nearly like new, good condition -
repairing done by set "doctors"We
$23. Reason for sale, put- NORTH FLORIDA JUNIOR Hunting Boots
ting in oil heat. MRS SADIE NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN
s
MAE THIGPEN, Greenville, Fla., COLLEGE THE COURT OF THE COUNTY '
Vests
Hunting
15-lt-pd 1959-1960 Basketball Roster JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY
2 miles west on U S 90 ,
Name HT WT Age Class FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.In .

FOR SALE: One registered Angus Gerald Lord 6'1" 155 19 F re: Estate of Miami Jane Donnelly. Hunting Bags
Curtis Koon 5'9" 145 18 F I Deceased.TO .
bull- or will trade for one polled
F Game Carriers
Hereford bull. SAMPALA FARM Richard"Taylor 5'6" 145 18 F ALL CREDITORS AND PER- ..

R 3, Greenville, Fla 15-tf-ch Charles Musgrove 6'3" 175 21F SONS HAVING AGAINST CLAIMS SAID ESTATE OR DEMANDS :- ga{T Shell BeltsHunting

You and each of you are hereby ...
Calvin Bodenstein 62" 160 20 S .
FOR SALE: Six used house trailers know how to diagnose )"ourTV's notified and required to presentany Caps
in good condition, some like new. ills and cure 'em fast Donald Cloys 6' 170 19 S claims and demands which you, ...
and Russell Smith 6'1" 185 19 S or either of you, have
Small down payment move may againstthe Shells Cartridges
in ROGERS TRAILER SALES, QUITMAN Remer Hutchinson 5'11" 165 18 F estate of Miami Jane Donnelly ,

US* 90 East, Phone HU 3-6555. Herbert Hart 61" 175 18 F deceased late ofi said County, Shot
Guns Rifles
11-tf-ch TELEVISION SERVICE TEAM NAME 'Sentinels to the County Judge of Madison r.- \ ,
Florida, his ,,
SCHOOL COLORS Gray and Red County at office in the '
court house of said County at Hunting Packs
401 E Stevens St.
FOR SALE: One registered Here- COACH Louis C Thompson
Madison, Florida
within eight l P
ford bull, 4 yrs. old., Proven We Repair HOME GAMES Madison High calendar months from the time of Shot Gun Cases
RadiosA
Record-Players-Automobile
herd sire. N C GIBSON, Tele- School Gymnasium. j the first
publication of this notice.
Few Choice SelectionsIN .
HU 3-6790. 14lt'chFOR c'J .r
phone
USED TV SETS Each claim or demand shall be in ---- ;r- Boot Sox
STORES TO REMAIN OPENAt and shall
writing state the
placeof
SALE: One young bird dog. Work guaranteed satisfaction
November 24th meeting of residence
and post office ad-
PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE
CARY TERRY Pinetta, Fla.
WAY OF SAYING the Madison Merchants Associationit dress of the claimant, and shall be
OUR Southern Salvage Co.
14.2t-pd "THANK YOU" was agreed that stores of the sworn to by the claimant his agentor .

BEFORE SELLING timberor Phone 9481 Quitman, Ga. participating members would re- his attorney, and any such
your claim not so filed shall be void. ARMY-NAVY GOODS- (PAWN SHOP)
timber land please see me. We I Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers main open on Wednesday and INES TERRY, As executrix of

are also interested in buying a I I Thursday afternoons until after the Last Will and Testament of VALDOSTA, GEORGIA 111 SOUTH ASHLEY ST.
limited amount of pine-hardwood LIVE STOCK AUCTION Christmas, beginning December 9th Miami Jane Donnelly, deceased.
I pulpwood delivered by truck to SELL your cattle and hogs in our and 10th. 14-lt-ch I II ll-4t-pd ,
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. auction each Monday. Sales start at I
SeeTHe or call 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK I
L. P. GIBSONRt. YARDS, Monticello, Fla. 3-tf-ch' LANOEAIS
3, Madison, Florida

Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 Elbert Rodgers and wife to NOW AT HOWERTON'SGENERALELECTRICL

FOR RENT: One new 3-bedroom GIRARDIN JEWELERSFor G C Rodgers and wife, quit claim

rI house, on Cherry Lake with all deed to certain lots in Blk B,

conveniences-, and fishing privil Quarles S/D.

eges. Available Jan. 1. SILVER CHINA, CRYSTAL T C Gibson and wife to Jeff
,
) Street ,
One in large Madison.house Available on Range Jan. 1. I DIAMONDS, JEWELRY Macarages and wife, 110 ft x 175 ft

J 0 McDONALDRt.. 1, Pinetta, EXPERT REPAIRING in lellow Pine Heights S/D.
r H C Lewis and wife to G W
, Florida. 14-3t-ch
, MEMBERS' Lewis, 80 acres in Sec 18. Tp 2 S,
1' Christmas Glitter at'tl1e E-R. oN R6E.

Gold Green White, Bronze, nontoxic IBS NATIONALs John Henry Phillips to Newport

double plated, will hold. BRIDAL Industries Company, resinous pine
SERVICEVALDOSTAGA.
stumps on 480 acres in Tps 1 and

WANTED: Experienced person to 2 S, Rs 10 and 11 E.

live in house and care for in- Hcary C Shackleford and wifeto

valid mother. Care of patient is Frank R Shackleford and wife, \
only duty. HARVEY RYE, Box 303 No. Patterson Lots 143 and 144, Cherry Lake \

673. Greenville, Fla. 14-lt-pd Farms Project S/D 4, less four ULTRA-

For grinding and mix- acres.
;your
WANTED: Some nice, soft, clean Helen Ciesielski and Bernice
rags. No buttons or woolens. THE ing on your farm, call WEST Pawlowicz to Clementine Ziarko HEW,
ENTERPRISE-RECORDER. i END MILLING COMPANY, SUM
and Irene V Ziarko, 2.02 acres in VISION
MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHEN: Ii Qaitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 NWU of Sec 33, Tp 1 N, R 10 E. I SIlH0UE1TE'STYLING
with G-E appliances and PRE- collect Harriet L Wiggins to Harry
CISIONWARE CABINETS. Up Joseph Davis and wife, part ol
to 5 years to pay. Call or write I LISTEN NE i of SW%, sec 23 Tp 1 N, R
for those red-
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. IIU I I 9 E, together with tools and shop
3-6681 Madison. Fla. 7-tf-ch in metal said .
equipment building on

NO Hunting, No Fishing No Tres-. hot EAGLE Dep't. Store: lands.V TV

passing on my farm. WALTER L Turlington and wife to Steve

CONE Greenville, Fla. 10-Ct-pd specials on WMAF\ Robinson ani Olie Robinson. 11 Vz!

acres in NWU of Section 17, Tp

FEDERAL LAND BANK NOTICE OF BIDS 1S.H7E. .
1
Vaudie Seago to Jack Seago and

' Farm Timber Kanch Loans Notice is hereby given that the wife. 120 acres in Sees 3 and 4, Tp
Board of County Commissioners ol 2 N, R 8 E. life estate reserved. *: S '
\ Long Terms Low Interest ft : t.:dP :EQr'Et. ,
Madison County, Florida, will accept Roy M Smith and wife to RobertL MODEL 21 T 3419
' SEE THE REPRESENTATIVE AT bids on one motor grader as fol Bembry and wife, 193, 41 ft x :v S,l ,rrie c S'ntro: [ MATCHING BASEOPTIONAL
MADISON COURT HOUSEEVERY lows -
THE -
\ : 424, 98 ft x 200 ft x 475.90 ft inSEU - --- -
TUESDAY MORNING. One new diesel powered motorI
of NEU, Sec 11. Tp 1 S, R
grader, not less than 115 h. p.. 13 e Bright-As-Life big picture on new wide angle;
10
E.
I x 24 eight ply tires, not less th a I
JOHNW.WADSWORTliRegistered 23,000 lbs gross weight, nMinnie Sale to J I Surles, Unit .110 aluminized picture tube. I
78, S/D 2, Cherry Lake Farms I
drive open steel cab with wind
Surveyor shield, mufflers 12 ft. mold board I Project.R High powered new chassis with full i

I with and without power shiftable L Dickens to Ines Terry, qui!t power i
Phone HU 3-2372 mold board, power booster steering, claim deed to 75 acres in Tp 2 N! :
MADISON. FLORIDA standard transmission.A R9E. transformer. 95

-. trade-in allowance must be Yellow Pine Inc to Royce E Tuten S Front i
J. D. ScruggsFORESTER made on one used A-C AD45. and wife. Lot 9, Yellow Pine S/D.
These bids will be opened at
M S Letchworth and wife to Mrs
9:00 a. m. January 6, 1960. All : I
\ bids Ruth Day Lot 19 and West half .
SURVEYORPh. must be in prior to that time.
- REGISTERED Ph. HU 36186MADISON The Board reserves the right to, of Lot 20, Greenville Investment im -

,- FLA reject any and all bids. Co lands, Town of Greenville.
, DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk Boardof Broadus Willoughby to Mason
" County Commissioners Madison Tice and wife- 100 ft x 168.56 ft
r County, Florida. 15-2t-ch in original Lot 11, Milltown S/D.


I'I'J.. Phone M. LASHLEY FO 21580LIVE LISTEN! for those red- S/D.Stallwortlu Mrs A E Lot Fraleigh 7, Blk BD to, Mickel Lucile HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.South .


. OAK, FLA. hot EAGLE Dep't. Store Broaius Willoughby to Eugene
RT. 1, BOX 210 'I Smith and wife, 50 ft x 168.56 ft

I PAINTING & WALL PAPERHANGING specials on WMAF ,town in original S/D. Lots 11 and 12Mill- Duval St. $ Phone HU 3-6681 $ Madison, Fla. c(


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CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES

j CHURCH CHURCH I I 118 N. Orange St.
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Memo To CandidatesThe
A preaching service every Sunday Eook Study: Wednesday 7:30 p. m.

\WELCOME YOU A preaching Service every Sunday Service Meeting: Friday 7:30 p. m. Goodyear Tires $12.95

1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. morning1st Ministry School: Friday 8:30 p. m.

2nd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. Bible lecture: Sunday 3:00 p. m. 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type, f

Sunday School each'Sunday 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. Watchtower' Study: 1960 political campaign is plus tax and recappable tire.
close at hand, and The
at 10:00 a. m. Sunday School Sunday. Sunday 4:15 p. m. Enterprise-
Service each every Recorder would like to volunteerits
Prayer MESSER
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m.
Wednesday 8:00 p. m. JumboHamburgers30cChoicest many services to all concerned. ,
2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. of Steaks and Sea Briefly, they
covered are:
Family dish supper Night, Friday Family Night Covered Dish Supper I Foods at WHITE TOP 1. POLITICAL ANNOUNCE- Battery & Tire Co. GINGER ALI

before l.t Sunday 7:30 p. m Fiiday night after second Sunday MENTS. Let the deer people know
Woman's Society of every month promptly at 7:00 p. m. DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, your hat's in the ring with an FLAVOR AGED

Christian Service; Woman's Society of Christian Ser- south of Madison. 3-lt-ch official E-R political announcement

meets Thursday after vice meets on Monday night after SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW which runs every week as long as CITY OFFICIALS ENTERTAIN 4 YEARSIN

third at 7:30 you're in the race. SCHOOL BOY PATROL
1st Sunday 8:00. p. m. Sunday p. m. M A F
Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meets 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music 2. POLITICAL PRINTING. You'll WOODPepsiCola

alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on 7:55 News need plenty of campaign cards, leaf-. Madison city officials entertained

Springs Tuesday after Tuesday after the 4th Sunday 8:00 Baptist Hour lets, and placards promoting your I. the School Boy Patrol with a fish
virtues to the voters >who read.
:, 4th Sunday 8:00 p. M 8:00 p. m. 8:30 Gospel Music fry Tuesday evening at the Legion
3 POLITICAL ADVERTISING.Since .
Official Board meets 1st Wed- The Official Board meets each 9:00 Revival Time : 1865 hometown Home Quantities of fried fish,
nesday each even numbered month 9:30 Gospel Concert your gazettehas
month following the on hssh-puppies cold drinks and hot
service. supper proclaimed the virtue and denied -
after prayer 10:00 News Co.
Commission on Education meets Family Night 10:05 Sunday Serenade the lie about a long succes- coffee were served. Bottling

1f Wednesday each odd numbered P. B. ROWELL, S. S. Supt. 10:45 Prelude to Worship sion of office seekers. Keep the Tony Graham Highway Safety PERRY, FLORIDA

month after prayer service. MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE Treas.C. 11:00 Morning Worship tradition going in 1960. Officer entertained the group witha

JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt., B. DAVIS, PASTORLEE 12:00 News 4. RENTAL SERVICE. The E-R I film on traffic safety, and
maintains a batch of those famous Slight ChargeA
SURLES HARRY M.
THOMAS 12:15 Afternoon Melodies numerous games furnished further
Used-Good typewriters (for writing
COCHRAN, Asst's.C. METHODIST CHURCH 12:55 News entertainment. _
friendly notes to your supporters)
B. DAVIS, Pastor. Preaching Every Sunday.. 1:00 Afternoon Melodies and Adding Machines which are Acting as hosts were Chief of slight charge is made for:

\ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1st and 3rd Sundays 1:30 Afternoon Melodies helpful in totaling promises from Police Herman Cherry, Deputy ALL ENTERTAINMENT
_.. 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. 1:40 Serenade In Blue
George Porter
NOTICES
and
.. GREENVILLE FLA. voters keeping up with your City manager
;! Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. 1:55 News free handouts. Remember, all expenses Hughey and Police officer Herndon. (regardless of sponsor)'
Sunday School Every 2:00 Hour 0: Decision
A. M. should be accounted for. Guests included ALL NOTICES OF MONEY-
Morning Worship 11:00 Sunday _..._.....,.._ 10:00 a. m. 2:30 Musical Sunday NO PHOOL Guaran- Alex H Smith 0
FOTOS.
Course 6:45 P. M. 5. Griffin RAISING PROJECTS
Baptist Training Bishop, Burch Cornelius,
Methodist
Youth Fellowship 2:55 News
Evening Worship __ 7:30 P. M. ___.._._ _.._.... 6:00 p. m 3:00 Musical Sunday statesman.teed to make you look like a and T C Merchant Jr. (regardless of sponsor)
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P.M ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE
ZEB WILLIAMS, Pastor 3:55 News C. SYMPATHETIC EAR. Along

HANSON METHODIST CHURCH BOB SEARCY Sunday School Supt. 4:00 Hit Parade with accepting printing orders and BIRTHDAY PARTY KIND ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY

Services First 4:55 News ads listen to all
Preaching every paid political we
of
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(regardless organization
and Third Sunday 11:00 a. m. PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 5:00 Music At Sundown candidates' complaints about the
and 7:00 p. m. 5:30 Headliner & Weather dirty politics of opponents, the pan- Miss Sheryl Williams celebratedher Prices are reasonable. Rising pro-
5:33 Sign Off and fourteenth birthday with a duction costs force us to omit ALL
Sunday School every Sunday Preaching every Sunday handling of the constituents,
10:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO anything the candidate wishes to slumber party Tuesday night at FREE ADVERTISING.THE .

Family Night Saturday before CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE ?, say about the general situation. her lakeside home. Invited were ENTERPRISERECORDERDISTRICT
Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M.
Every second Sunday 6:00 p. m. However, there is no FREE AD- eleven of her young friends.

REV. C M. SAPPINGTON Pastor Sunday Evening Evening Services BTU-..._ 6:30 7:30 P.P. M.M. Daily Program Schedule VICE 7. ELECTION department.NIGHT. Congratu- A supper of hamburgers, potato ADDRESSES GOVERNOR ROTARY

Prayer Meeting Wednesday headache chips. baked beans, cake and cold I The meeting of the Rotary Club
lations, commiserations,
CHURCH
HOPEWELL BAPTIST Evening ....................._ 7:00 P. M. WMAF1230 ON YOUR DIAL drinks was served in the basement Wednesday featured a splendid address -
School 10:00 A. M 6:00 AJA. On remedies and tranquilizers.
Sunday W B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ Sign Re- game room. The birthday cake I by Rotary District Governor
ELECTION.
Morning Worship .__ 11:00 A. M. 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. 8. AFTER .
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union 6:25 World & State News duced rates for losers' messages of featured a color motif of pink and Robert Langley of Jacksonville.In

Evening Worship __ 7:30 P. M. Director.ERNEST 630 Fla. Farm Hour great appreciation and willingnessto .white with lettering Happy Birthday -i his informative speech he

1 Id-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. GURR, Minister 6:45 Rudy Hamrick. cooperate with the winners together Sheryl, and the candles formed traced the history of Rotary from

Brotherhood last Thursdayof -*-- .(Mon. Wed. Fri.) : with an assurance of no ill the number 14. Guests attendeda its beginning fifty-four years ago
various
the improvementsand
each month at __ 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO 6:55 World News 'I will to the thousands who voted movie at Woodard's Theatre through clubs establishedin

W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 7:00 State New against them. Sounds realistic, after supper. growth'ith countries around the
doesn't it? Regular rates to winners. many
Evelene Kelley Circle 7:05 Coffee With Ray Mr and Mrs Gordon Williamswere vvorld. The large number of clubs
2:30 P. M. Kindly let us know how we may
3rd Thursday Come Worship With Us 7:45 World News assisted in entertaining theirdaughter's gives Rotarians the opportunity to
V. L. SINGLETARY. S. S. Supt, Sunday School ._...., 10:00 A. M. 7:50 State News serve you with our 8-point Candi- and friendship
listed above friends by Mr and Mrs work for peace
'ALBERT KELLEY B.T.U. Director. Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. 7:53 Weather News date .Package Deal, Julian Gibson. without armed conflict. He stressedthe

REV; LEWIS D. HUGHEN, Pastoi Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. 8:00: Coffee with Ray briefly. .. u goal toward advancement of

WELCOME TO Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. 9:00 Morning iJevotions very sincerely, understanding, good will and peace
BAPTIST CHURCH Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. 9:15 Musical Interlude THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER A-B John M Gardner, A F through a world fellowship of
MT. OLIVE Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 9:30 Music Unlimited 24663758, Flight 40, writes from unitedin
professional men
School _.10:00 A. M. business and
Sunday Jack Pickles __._ S. S. SuptSim Lackland Air Force Base Box
News
10:00 service.
__ 11:00 A. !.L the ideal of
Worship
Morning Andrews B. T. U. Director Unlimited 1548, Texas, that he is enjoying his
Training Union ._..._.6.30 P. M 10:05 Music Keaton Beach On Visitors were Dr Herbert Kahn
new assignment with the Air Force.
REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS Pastor
10:30 Music Unlimited T C Merchant Jr,
Evening Worship __...._ 7:30 P. M. of Quitman,
Prayer Meeting ._.___.... 7:30 P.. M. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 11:00 Music Unlimited NOTICE TO CREDITORS Pete Gibson and high school stud-
Church' Business Meeting First CHURCH 11:15 Public Service The Gulf ents Sandy Hardee and George
11:30 Record Session
Wednesday night of each month. Florida StatutesIN Hendry.
Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second 12:00 World NewsNoontime THE COURT OF THE COUNTY A delicious turkey luncheon was
Preaching Services Sunday Water front lots priced from
every 12:15 P.M. Notes
Thursday night of each month. JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY, served.
Services Sunday Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 12:30 Talk Of The Town $995. 10% down, balance to FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.
Preaching Evciy Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 12:40 Uncle Ned ......iiiii..I
Come Worship With Us. suit. Safe, clean bathing beach, In re: Estate of John Milton Blount. ..
School Sunday at
Sunday every 12:45 State News Deceased.TO .
REV. DOZIER SAPP Pastor 10:00 A. M. 12:50 Farm News good fishing and hunting, just ALL CREDITORS AND PER- December Specials

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. ,,1255 Weather News the spot for your Beach Home, SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS .

REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor Prayer Meeting every Wednesday, 1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade or week-end Retreat at a price AGAINST SAID ESTATE: AT

Services every Sunday. at 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood 155 News the You and each of you are hereby

Sunday School _...---- 10:00 a. m. first Thursday every 2:00 Gospel Time unequalled any place on notified and required to presentany
Morning Worship ___ 11:00 a. m. month at 7:30 P. M- 2:30Public Service coast. 20 mi. S. W. of Perryon claims and demands which you Thigpen'sGulf

'raining Union _.._ 7:00 p. m. Everybody Welcome. 2:45 Afternoon Melodies Hwy S361 (soon to be completed or either of you, may have againstthe

Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. REV. J. R. COLLINS Pastor. 255 World & State News south via Steinhatchee). estate of John Milton Blount, Service

Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 p. m. MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST 3:00 Afternoon Melodies deceased, late of said County, to II
.. 3:45 Public Service Come see us, or write P. O.
the County Judge of Madison Coun-
MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST 701 South Range On U S 90 Madison, Florida
CHURCH Bible Study __ 10OO.M.. 4:00 News Box 301, Perry, Florida. ty, Florida, at his office In the
4:05 Request Parade house of said 39942Free
court County at HU
ftEV.: JACK LAMB PastorB. Lord's Supper and 4-6t-pd
455 World & State News
Madison Florida, within eight cal-
R. Sapp Chairman Board of Edification r 11:00 A. M.
Deacons. Bible Study ___ 7:00 p M. 5:00 Request: Parade endar months from the time of the Pickup and Delivery Service
6:45 Sports Highlights Jumbo Hamburgers 30c. first publication of tnlfi notice.
__ BTU Preaching 7:30 P. M. $1.00
Director LUBRICATION
Billy Balky CAR
6:00 World News
claim demand shall be
Ladies' Class Thursdays Choicest of Steaks and Sea Each or in ,
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Leroy Cruse Associate Director 6:15 Twilight Tunes writing, and shall state the placeof

... Leroy Cruse _. S. S. Supt NEW HOPEFUL 6:55 News' j 1 Foods at WHITE TOP residence and post office ad- BATTERY CHARGE . 75c

Kiss Merle Bass _....... Song Leader MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 7:00 Sign Off DRIVE-IN on U S No. 63, dress of the claimant, and shall be I
TIRE REPAIR . . 75c
Mrs Juanita Cruse Pianist Services every first and third PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO south of Madison. 3-lt-ch sworn to by the claimant, his agentor

School 10:00 A."M. Sundays at 11 a. m., and 8:00 p. m. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICEAppliances attorney, and any such claim or
Sunday CAR WASH . . 1.00 ,
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 demand not so filed.shall be void.s .

Training Union>> _.. 7:00 P. M. a. m. G-E Are your brakes safe? / RALPH N BLOUNT, As ad- ANTT-FREEZE installed 2.75 I
7:00)(
Training Union every Sunday ministrator of the Estate of John
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. J

Prayer Meeting Wed 7:30 P. M. p. REV.m. W. r. BTCEOrr, PaetorBEULAH Howerton Supply Co. If tint drive_ in today tn. Milton First publication Blount, deceased.December 4, 1959. Let us service your car or truck '1
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Just as I am without one plea. BAPTIST CHURCH .V-J during the holidays
G-E Electric Ranges riIiBIIuIMIuIr
I come Regardless of your clothes Welcomes You McWLLIAMS GARAGE

condition. Whether cotton Home- Services Every Sunday \ HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. I J
OH
MY
spun. You are welcome in our REV CARL V. IVEY Pastor ,

church service. :Sunday School 10:00 A. M.

Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. BACK Georgia / I
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD
6:00 P. M.
_
... Choir Practice NowACHING I You can Bet the fast relief you
Sunday School .... 10:00 A. M. /
m. P. M.
Training Union _____ 6:30 need from nagging backache headache PLATE GLASS
Horning Worship _.._ 11:00 A. M. Worship ._. .... 7:30 P. MPra.er and muscular aches and pain that often
Worship __..___ 7:30 P. M. Evening cause restless nights and miserable tired-
Evening 730 P. M.
Meeting Wed. out feelings. When these discomforts compa
Youth Service Wednesday 8:00 P.31. come on with over-exertion or stress and Y
ADVENTIST train you want relief-want it fast GLASS
REV. B. B. BRICKLEY. PastorL SEVENTH-DAY Another disturbance may be mild bladder &
CHURCH irritation following wrong food and
GLASS BLOCK
D. S. SERVICE Mad- drink-often setting up a restless uncomfortable / *
Services every Saturday at feeling. FOR CHRISTMAS
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF ison American Legion HalL Doan's Pflls work fast in I separate s MIRRORS ".
ways: L.by speedy pain-rdieTing action Pie : Fruit Cakes
LATTER DAY SAINTS Pumpkin Mincemeat Pie -
Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. to ease torment of Barring backache. .

Sunday School n_._ 10:00 a.-m. Church Service at 3 p. m. !headaches. by soothing, muscular effect on aches bladder and irrita-pains. 215 W. Savannah Are. WE SPECIALIZE IN I

Sacrament Meeting 11:00 a. m. E WILLIS, S S Supt tion. S.: by mild diuretic action tending.to Phone: CHERRY 2-5285. Oakes i
Belief Society md Priesthood time HAROLD YATES Pastor Tele- .kidney increase tubes.output of the- It miles of Valdosta. Georgia lf Wedding Birthday and Party

and prate as announced at Sacra- Everyone Welcome! Enjoy a good night's sleep and the
same happy relief million have for over FOLEY LAWN PARK CENTER BAKERY
rrwnt Meetine. phone HU .3J5517.. CO yean. Mew. Lute sit sam jnoaey.- MOWERSBRIGGS.STRATrON ,
ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN Get Doan's Pills today IDoAws MOTORS

.LEGION HALL FREE-Touch-typing course with 10 Per cent Down Payment 414 E. Park Are; Valdosta, Ga. Phone CH 20577s

B R. CARRYL. Branch Pres. every SMITH-CORONA portable PILLS HOWF SUPPLY CO. I

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KEtLYWATCHREPAIR thanks to our many friends and There's no finer gift oo finer watch than

relatives for the kindness shown us than a watch.,, a BuLOVAI.

in the death of our beloved wife A/T--

and mother, Mrs Tempie Webb. We

FAMOUSSTORE HILL NEWS want to thank all who sent flowers, .. ,
TOAK and other expressions of their love

adults of Pinetta and sympathy. May God bless each

First Baptist church were enter- of you is our prayer. tP !
tained with a social at the church Sincerely,

Dec 5. Mrs T T Morrison, pres D D Webb Mrs Joe H Thomas

in charge of recreation led in several Mrs Wilbur Thomas Mrs Curtis >Q BUlOYA DIAMOND

". clever games. Refreshments of Seals. LA PETITE
with .
your cake and tea were served at the 2 brilliant diamonds
23 jewels I ,timed to 6
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the party. Instead of
COMPLIMENTING VISITOR precision adjustments
\ GS ) c&sCHARGE the useful gift exchange a toy was with lifetime unbreakable
brought for the church nursery. mainspring.
Miss Flora Slade of Starke, was $59.50
Mrs Lura Coody and Mr and /
the weekend guest of Miss Wanda : .
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CARD! Mrs Jim Hinton are on the sick / Wkl silon d t d i dN il
Williams and on Friday night was
list this week. honored with a lovely party given Come in and see that Bulova difference
Mrs Glenda Jackson visited her
VALDOSTA, GA. by her hostess. Thirty guests were
father Mr Talmage Bland Sundayat
invited and the evening was spent
the Baptist hospital in Jackson- Ask About Free 3-lb Fruitcake

Readers do your Free Gas! SeeFriedlander's last ville..reports.He was slightly improved at with Cookies proms cold, dancing-drinks and and. hors games.d'- .

ouevres were served throughoutthe WAYNW.T&GER
Mr Gene Bland arrived at his '
ChristmasShoppingwith evening.
AdMiss home in Valdosta last week froma

year's tour of duty in the. Aleu-
Free Gas! SeeFriedlander's
E-R advertisers! Ella Armstrong returned Sun- tian Islands. He will be stationedat -

day from a visit in Greenville. S C, Panama City when he returns to MADISON, FLA.

Miss Mary Ann Merritt of Atlanta with relatives. duty. Ad

was the guest last week of The Lottie Moon Chrismas pro-

Mr and Mrs T J Beggs Jr and T J Look 0Christmas EAGLE'S gram was presented Monday and .
Beggs III.Advertisers. Wednesday nights and Thursdayp You don't need MISTLETOE .
m at Pinetta First Baptist church.
Sale Ad
please let us have on

your December: 18 ad copy by Six. Free Gas! SeeFriedlander's c *\ when you

:Monday, Dec. 14. Thanks.. E-R.I Page '
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NOTICENotice 1t' Electrically .
is hereby given that the following described lands in the RALLS-ADAMS ENGAGEMENT "
City of Madison, Florida or so much thereof as will be necessary to ANNOUNCEMENTMr ., ';
pay the amount due for taxes of 1958 herein set opposite to the
same, together with cost of such sale and ad'ertising.il1 be sold and Mrs Arthur Williams (
at Public auction on Monday the 4th day of January, A. D. 1960 at Rails Jr of Gadsden Alabama an-
the Hour of 12 o'clock noon, at the City Hall door City of Madison. nounce the engagement of their .
County of Madison State of Florida. II daughter, Diane, to Rodney Jay ..,. (::_::
Description Name Amount Adams, son of Mr and Mrs Earl
Blk 28 Town of Madison, Lot I Thomas Adams of La Crosse, Wis- .ar

No 180 ................................................ Cruce and lacone $221.00 I consin.
Blk 8, Fraleigh Smith S/D North! *
Miss Rails the
50 ft of Lot No. 8 ..._......3_ Joe & Gussie Williams 5.00 attended Universityof Y
Alabama, where she was a mem-
Blk 13 Fraleigh Smith SID Ski

of Lots 1 & 2 ..........._.....__......... 'Theodore Warren 21.00 ber of Alpha Gamma Delta social ''; .
Blk 18 Fraleigh Smith S/D Lot sorority. She is presently employedas .. .

No. 8 ...............................?.........._..... Est. Anna Latimore 15.00 an airline stewardess with Eas- r( L1c'r \
Bryant Field S/D Lot 21 ........?... Annie Frederick 8.50 tern Air Lines in Atlanta Ga. .
22 In 9e, Part of NEtt of SEU Mr Adams received his degree in (( /
Reed DB 87 PG 180 .....*...._..?.. Leatha Cook 3.00 from the of .
engineering University
Pope S/D Lots 129 & 130 0 L & Dorthy Jackson 32.50
Wisconsin, where he was a memberof XAh\tLL. YT41 .
Moseley Addition Part of Lot No. .
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Delta Tau Delta social frater-
5 Recd DB 33 PG 221 'm','"__''' Willie Williams 8.00 9 ,
27 In 9e Part of NW 1,& of NW% nity. At present he is associatedwith .

conv. by Sallie Bevil ....._..._...... Mary Elizabeth Moore 3.00 Globe Union, Inc, in Louisville .- .
Blk A Plant Addition Lot 12 _.__. Lillie Mae Davis 2.50 Kentucky.
Blk C Plant Addition Lots 8, 9, 10 Joe and Mary Graham 3.50 The wedding will be an event of
Blk D, Plant Addition Lot. 21 Gertrude Joseph et al '2.50 April, with completed plans to be

Blk F, Plant Addition Lot 9 Donnie DeLaughter 2.50 announced at a later date. Want to be a popular Santa? Then give the gift that's sure to please -
Elk H, Plant Addition Lot 10 Mamie Williams 2.50 .;
27 1 n 9 e Part of NWU of an attractive electrical appliance to bring happiness. year through. ,

NWk bounded of North by Look for EAGLE'SChristmas Your electrical appliance dealer has gift suggestions for every person-
Bunker St, on East by lot No. -
every pocketbook so gather shopping list and him a visit.
11 Moseley Addition, on West Sale Ad up your pay
by old colored lot, & on South -- on And for other helpful gift ideas be sure and pick up your free copy of the __
by lot 16 Moseley Addition. Est of Peter McKinney 23.00
Give Better booklet available .
'. Electrically now at our offices.
Six.BABY
Blk A Vickers S/D Lot No. 13 Clemia Bradley 250 Page '
Elk A Vickers S/D Lot No. 20 James Barfield 2.50 ,!: 1 -
27 In 9e Part of S!% of NW i BODENSTEINMr .

Reed Pg 331 ......................__.._ Willie McCray & Perry Oliver 3.00
28 In 9e Part of NEtt reed DB :.< FLORIDA POWER1ivCORPORATIOIVttB .
51 PG 40 ...............__......__.._._... J B DeLaughter 3.00 and Mrs John Bodenstein of V*\ V mnmmf f
Blk B Hal Stoy S/D Lot No. '9 this city proudly announce the \ ] ***& .

& 10 .-....._..............-...--......_..___._...... Letha M Brown 3.00 ,birth of a daughter Nov., 28. The
Blk F Hal stoy S/D Lot .4 '_.__ John Miller 2.50 young lady weighed in at 8 Ibs. .
Blk G Hal Stoy S/D 50 x 100 11% oz and was named Deborah --. ::

ft in NE Cor of ...--...----..__ Newt Demps .- 3.00 'Ann The baby's maternal grand- \' a few-ways to Tt, .
Blk H Hal Stoy SID Lots 27 & 28 are.lit ? ca\1y. -
Willie & Emma Lee Mitchell 3.50 parents are Mr and Mrs H J Guessof Here elecu .
Elk H Hal Stoy SD.Lot. 12 .... Gussie Mae Johnson 2.50 "iertY' ristmas_ '
Route 2, Madison and the Dishwashe!
Blk H Hal Stoy S/D Lot 6 .m.... Sam H Mitchell 250 ; say r.Yolss her ,
ableLan'P
Blk H Hal Stoy .S/D Lot No. 9 Nellie Mae Buggs 250 paternal grandparents are Mr and fry'Pan Yo erTools W a Sauce Pan, .
Blk 1 J L& W L Tooke S/D Mrs R L Bode tein of Madison. Electric Yaw Autotnatic .r

Lots No. 3, 4, 5 _____....__....._...__...... Est Annie Whittle 11.00 Blanket Record Player Lawn Mower
BartShaver.
Blk 2 J L& W L Tooke SID Tell 'em you saw it in Hair Dryer. aster 1aker watne
Lots No. 5 & 6 ___ Billy & Rachel Benjamin 4.00B1k2JL&WLTooke oee Juicer
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Lot No. 7 S/D. Milton Bell your Home Town 'GazelleThe Raiio Cock c1er Vacuutn
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Blk] 6 Tooke SID Lot No 10'Bolden Gallon 250 Steazn OeanerI?

Blk 6 Tooke S/D Lot No. 9 Peter Buggs 250 E-R. '

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Miss Jenob2l Zipperer, brideelectof
the Christma season was com-
plimenteJ by her senior K D soro-
rity sisters in the chapter houseat
F S U Friday evening with a I

Giffe V\i.for Sportsmen miscellaneous Acting hostesses shower.were Miss Gail
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Arnold of Lake City, who will be
Mom/Dad; the Childrenand' bridal attendants at the Zipperer-

Use our Easy Pay plan The Andrews honoree wedding received December many nice 27.
a Use our Lay-Away Now The Home gifts.

for 'Radios LUNCHEON
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< Mrs 0 R Hamrick's home was
for Toys for AH Ages T-V's and Appliances the setting Saturday: .for ,a charming -

..... .. ; luncheon complimenting Miss
In Jenobel Zipperer, popular bride-
elect. Mrs Dale Leslie was co-
hostess.
Setzer's Shopping The buffet table was centered
with an original Christmas arrange-
ment of fresh fruits, flowers and
Center novelties sprayed- in .the Christmas
colors. '
f F- Sixteen guests found their placesat

t f ., Madison, Florida tables in the room? open to
guests and "a three course menu
CENTERY was served.
HU 3-6627 The hostesses pave the honoree

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your December 18 ad copy by your continues I now open Chri'stmasShopping

RCATVBuy Monday, Dec 14. Thanks E-R.

on E-Z Pay .Plan Mrs and Mrs Clarence Blalock ChristmasShoppingwith I at French Shop Madison Home Center with E-R advertisers!

Messer Battery & Tire of and Augusta two sons, Ga, Clarence are weekend and guestsof Allen, : E-R advertisers! and Girls Only on E.

Mr and Mrs Carroll Blalock Mrs Jack Woodward was a recent College Ave Tallahassee -
Company and family. Occasion of the visitis ,
guest in Quincy of Mr and MMA
birthday celebration of Mr
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minor operation in ValdostaMonday.
i recent visitors in New Orleans for &&aE.
I recent guests of their daughter, :
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Mrs T C Coody and Mrs II D: Westfield, N J. I

Oxford spent several days in At- Jumbo Hamburgers 30c. .

lanta the past week. Choicest of Steaks and Sea J
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FUEL I your December 18 ad copy by DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53,

Monday, Dec. 14. Thanks. E-R. south of :Madison. 3-lt-ch
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your Home Town Ga-:: at French Shop I

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dist and Presbyterian Churches i .
1 with a tea Sunday afternoon at "BE KIND TO
Cushion insoles, from their home. CANDIDATES SEASON" is
heel Soft and
to toe.
FOR COMFORT. shock absorbing v The rooms open en suite to about nearly here. Cheer up all the

fifty guests were decorated throughout boys, they'll feel let down soon
THEY Seamless one piece back
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in the Christmas motif includinga
enough.Mr .
CAfi'T Non-slip oil resistant tree and colored lights and I
soles and heels
; other accessories. Coffee and an'
and Mrs Robert L SimpsonJr
BE BEAT Water repellant assortments of cakes; nuts and

All sizes ., Christmas sweets were served. of Cambridge Beach Bermuda, Package gives
who visited their mother., Mrs R L Our 1-Policy"
Try a pair today they Mrs Maury Blalock assisted the
Simpson Sr the past week, left
: 1 give your feet an extra hosts in receiving..
to visit friends and rela- lots of too!
i \ lift and easy comfort on / Friday you coverage,

the heavy job. tives in Clearwater. !

OIL COOKING STOVE EXPLODESAn u This economical plan gives you a long list of coverage*

: for your home,including fire...theft...liability.wind-

oil cooking stove in the home Plenty RoD-Fast ltS otm...smoke..fallin8 objects...hail...glass breakage
of David Whittle in southwest Madi-
T $998
1 son exploded about 9:30 Friday r..explosion. This protection, and more,with one policy 1

morning resulting in considerable BicyclesREADY ....one(remiunl.Call us for details. -

damage by smoke and completeruin
FOR CHRISTMASBuy
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on E-Z Pay Plan MORROW INSURANCE ,
:.. I The Madison Fire Departmentwas AGENCY
X 1S able to save the house. Messer Battery & Tire

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CANASTA .. 128 N. I
CH 2-1515 Patterson Valdosta Ga
Miss Ann Kellum, whcse engagement -i ,
to Harold Bennett Clark!
Mrs James Conway was hostessat
a lovely bridge and canasta Tallahassee was announced by thebrideelect's Free' You it with credit
parents,. Mr and Mrs Delivery can get at Bowlings
party Friday afternoon at hercome
Roy Wainwright, was complimentedwith -
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The Pines. Bridge guests were S GI S ,.. w4 s .i; a< An dJlf,,
miscellaneous
a shower by S
members of the Thursday Club .A :V' ,<.,'.
three hostesses at the home of Mrs >5>:" "
and playing canasta were her sister -
Lucy Gardner at 8 p m Friday
Mrs Alfred Patton of Linden,
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Mrs Dick Burnett and Mrs Wayne
Dickinson and Miss Agnes. Burnett.
Burnett.
Mrs N Jordan Akridge, of Cocoa, -t..
The honoree's wedding colors of
Joined the party for tea. .
gold and yellow were evident in 45y ": ;
Mrs Roger Asbury and Mrs A W ,
the beautiful arrangements of yellow "Y. ,. .
Vann won first and second prizes
snapdragon and bronze and
:at the bridge tables, and Mrs Dial 4< ,.: a
gold chrysanthemums in the rooms .
won the canasta prize Mrs Patton II ;w .:
open in suite to forty guests,
and Mrs Akridge received beautiful -
among whom was the honoree'smother
guest prizes. Delicious straw- 4d1S M t7
Mrs Wainwright. Miss
berry salad. chicken salad sandwiches -
Emily Burnett and Mrs Pat Buie
potato chips, and coffee
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served. .
-were I numerous handsome and useful
Decorations in the rooms were .
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in the autumn colors and one
pieces of china in.her chosen pattern -
lovely arrangement was in the Chicken salad'sandwiches, .," ,

holiday design.VOTERS horsd'ouevres, cake and coffee _

"BE KIND TO were served. .

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nearly here. Cheer up all the EAGLE will Wrap your Christmas -

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Out-of-town visitors at the dedication ..
of the North Florida Junior Lake Wales are visiting their _SS- __. ., (>
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daughter, Mrs
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Thomas T Bailey. Mr and Mrs J Lee, who is ill in the local hos j., ..,.... N'. ; '

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FRIDAY! DECEMBER llth, 1959 THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA PAGE TWENTY-ONE
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'._- "!,f-""" .;;. ''"? ._.. I Willing To Give Life products, the raising of worms chief whose English name was
1 \ !' for fish bait is a major industry Blount. Next week, Charlotte

uTh IcNTIpIIs-RcornR \ President Eisenhower is in and the county is noted county.

w169.0 1104 iMAliWM&.KrK .wAN A 0 ..uwsi w CiJoTii 06 100111. f ai Pakistan as these lines are for its tupelo honey. The county -i
MADISON FLORIDA \\ritten (Tuesday: ), the third is an outstanding beef and 1 I Dr and Mrs W S Cook of Albany, i
Ga. are here for week's visit with
Telephone HU 3-6361 111 S E. SHELBY ST. country of the eleven he visits dairy cattle raising area, and Dr and Mrs A P a Edgerly. 11
Published
Weekly Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance
or. this trip, and he has received excellent'yearround pastures'I
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year I
tumultuous welcomes so have been developed. Large
EAGLE'S
Advertising Rates Made Known on Application far. He goes next to Afghanistan sawmills operate in the county,i J i Look for
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taiieitd at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June and will probably have and local mineral resources include Christmas Sale Ad on
20.: 1908, under Act of March 8, 1879. gone further by the time this clay, sand, marl and

column is published. Drew Pear- gravel. There is a large develop- I
OWl.'ERS:
: T. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT, JR. Page Six.Mrs .
AND ASSOCIATES son, the Merry Go Round man,( ment of tung oil trees in the
is already in Afghanistan and in western part of the county. The
MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 18G5; his column this morning he Dead Lakes, the Apalachicola'river ; A H Hemphill leaves today
for a visit in Atlanta with her
NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 three! times uses the expression!
the Chipola river & many:daughter-in-law. Mrs Neal McCul-
CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 ':
"JC; President Eisenhower gets I fresh-water lakes offer great lough, who is recovering from a

T. C. MERCHANT Editor and PublisherT. to Afghanistan," or words to fishing facilities. The county,, recent illness.

C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor that effect. In other words, entrance -: was named for John C Calhoun, '

MRS. A.V.. VANN. City Editor into the country is por-'i the great South Carolinian,} Wiring and Repair

MRS. \V. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. trayed as so perilous that Pear-:: and the county seat, Blounts-
I son seems to doubt that the town, was named for Indian;'! Bryan Electric Co.AAAAAAjAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ.

And Cold business, but we suppose that President will make it. We! -- -- ----
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j after they are knocked around; think the President will get"i$ : J J J J
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Frosty and cold seems to bed' so relentlessly in case their: there; however, his schedule is ,

t.'ie; usual condition of the teams do not win at least nearly -. so strenuous, to say nothing of I
weather these days with the] J all of their games they' air travel hazards as well as

thermometer dropping to 2i 'might be inclined to feel that'!, ossible danger from enemies, !i I

this (Monday) morning and ice no salary would be too high. that many are concernedandwe i

at least four days of the past Sometimes we have wondered:, share that apprehension-II

\ eek. Some cooler places in if those who have been most,, whether a man of his age who ,. ...., .'
the! county may have had ice : vociferous in wanting to get has been as sick as he has can I I look .' r;. '" .

an additional day or two. The : rid of the coaches have ever I stand up to it. We think,

cooler weather brings on more : stopped to think that they may,, though, that the President has I here!

activity, and especially with not be altogether perfect themselves considered all this too, and that

the! Christmas season approaching. They might possibly be he is willing, soldier that he is

Our town was quite busy : like the man who, after his first of all, to give his own

Saturday, and similar,. reports 'marriage, told his wife heI life if necessary to achieve the,

come from other towns-in this I would like to point out some of great r-irpose of his trip.

section. I her shortcomings, and she replied ---
I that she already knew I r'YltIP.
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them quite well, that they had
Live !
By LightThe Ii 1
kept her from getting a better We will say this, however, .
Christmas lights in the man than he. whatever else in time past we cwhest

various towns are a pleasing t!I 'I may have said critically, that:
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feature of the Christmas seaSon I the President was eminently
That Golden Stool! correct when he said before
making the surroundingsso I just gifts "
much more attractive and I leaving on his trip, that; ;
causing the human spirit to i An old negro man, said to so long as he was President our: :' !

l become more buoyant and hope- have been 112 years old, died I.; tax money would not be used l :yet.. rr

ft&'. Light drives out meanness in Louisville, Ky, the other day. in being concerned with the

and ignorance and disease and, lie was born a slave, and said limitation of population of otherI
'of the institution of slavery 1 .
f ar. Shakespeare said once ofa countries. rr
candlelight: It was a good life if you had,i' Y

"Iiow far that little candle throwsits a good master. Just eat and
And Bounds
I By Leaps
beams! sleep and play and take care
"St; shines a good deed in a naughty': of ri
a small part of a farm. i i Florida is growing by leaps
world. +
Indeed, we live by light, for: lie was deeply religious, and and bounds. Well, we knewit Ii i I

if the sunlight did not aid the in speaking of his approaching but now comes along the:I II I

plants to produce oxygen fort death and life thereaftersaid census estimate to prove it. I
we should all soon die of : "I'm just going to rest on The census bureau reports that, Make Your Christmas Shopping a Pleasure and SAVEr

suffocation. i I one of them golden stools and Florida's population grew I' With the One-Stop Convenience of the '
j be ready for the roll call. When 2,771,305 in 1950 to 4,515,000 I

1 it comes I'll do whatever tasks on July 1, 1958, or an increase

Five From Southeastern'they 1 I set me to, and then I'll of 63%. This was the second MADISON DRUG STORE

We had our various football 'go back to that golden stooland highest percentage increase i in i,

bowl teams lined up all right rest some more." the nation, exceeded only by
last week except one, which at Nevada, a much smaller statein ,t l
the time was doubtful. Ala-!I Land population, which had a GIFTS
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bama, instead of the Navy, is I|, Happier 70% increase. Florida also hada 20% OFF ON CHRISTMAS CARDS
to play in the Liberty Bowl in larger numerical increase
I He of the Old FREE GIFT WRAPPING
I'hiladelphia-and that is good. was typical than any other state except
South in its finest tradition, a :I I
Some thought that Alabama j California. The big census FOR THE LADIES FOR THE MENO

should have been invited to the time that is gone and never, !, comes in 1960, when we pre- O GIFTS BY: GIFTS BY:
Gator Bowl instead of Georgia in that particular way, to re- oict Florida will show around MAX FACTOR lIA.FACTOR:

Tech, since Alabama had a turn. Oh, it is conceivable that I; five million or better and we': I REVLON OLD SPICEYARDLEY

much better regular season some other power might make will get three or four new Con-"i COTY

record. Our part.of the country slaves of us or that the Men gressmen. The nation as a whole': YARDLEY

seems to take its football from Mars, perhaps in the, increased in population in theI : $ BILLFOLDS
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seriously, for of the fourteen space age as well as we, but i I eight years and a half approxi. JEWELRY 0 TRAVEL KITS

participants in the major bowl without our vices and with an ;t mately 15%. Four states lost i in l 9<< JEWELRY BOXES'ATCHES

games over the country, five intelligence superior to ours in population Arkansas, West Vir. @ MANICURE SETS -. 0 CIGARETTE LIGHTERS
are from our Southeastern tiiat they can live without ginia, Vermont and Mississippi.''Q BILLFOLDS
killing one another, might be ,
Conference.
I I @ WATCHES FOR THE CHILDREN
piasters and we servants. The
i' Noted For Tupelo Honey r' TOYS
fortunes of war and later ,
Not Perfect Themselves( GAMES
1 events have drastically changedthe \ Calhoun county is one of the
$ PUZZLES
! And the clamor against Coach situation with which the West Florida counties on the!
STUFFED ANIMALS
'. Woodruff over at the University old slave was familiarhelived west side of the Apalachicolariver

; of Florida finally caught; past his time-but if the with an area about four-:i NORRIS CANDY FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY -
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up with him the past week, and 1, kindness to which he so eloquently fifths that of Madison county'I Also, baby's needs and toys, plus many other beautiful
he resigned by request. We!: testified and the devotion -. and a population about half as,I and useful gifts to choose from
feel that the coaches are paid 1! which he so truly exemplified -' 'teat. Principal sources of in-'I Enjoy the refreshments from our fountain while you shop

entirely too much of the tax-' were practiced more today come are general farming, the

iK.yers' money what they and the senseless bicker- lumber industry, and livestock.'I Madison Drug StoreHU 32300r

tf'ight: get if it were a private j jugs done away with, we would Watermelons and cucumbers

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Madison High School's boy ::> '," .':.: .1' e
basketball team defeated Jennings : .
Tuesday night 54 to 17. Randell it '

iu.chanan accounted for 13 of tnt ; '
winners' points.
Madison girls also defeated Jennings -

girls 46 to 33.
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basketball games and other athleiK
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EXTRAORDINARYCHANNEL !' events, as well as general nee,,
of the two colleges and all the a
t 1 other schoos inr the count>'. If the !/ofi"'l

students should write them, it .- .,
would be good practice in their 1IattiJf

MASTER courses in English. However, please ,t"it "",-\" M:-. .. YCS-.V,,."
make them brief, though not so ( 1. ;;"" ': "" "" :4 ,
TRANSISTOR RADIO brief necessar.ly as the above arti-
cle, and get them in to the paper- HAPPY FISHING-Harvey Gibson of Madison, son ol

model no.65O6. promptly following the event. :\ Nick Gibson, is presented a cake on his }'t' .iremcnl I IIr

.. from the Navy. (See article elsewhere in this paper).
GREENVILLE AND MAYO SPLIT
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$49. : Look for EAGLE'SChristmas
Greenville High School and Lafayette -j WHITE TOP '

High of Mayo split a I I '

Superb Tone 6_'ch.eI, plus Ironlitfort 1- basketball doubleheader Tuesday i| Rev and Mrs R E Watkins Jr Sale Ad on
Full volume died*.end I night Greenville boys winning 43!!
range High r::tN..* to 39 and Mayo girls winning 53 :i, and little son of Darien Ga were
sensitivity. Actually plettx .. to 36. I I i ,visitors in the city Sunday on their : Page Six.

plays better tenet includes, carrying: bat- In the boys' contest Luther way home from Montgomery, Ala. : -- -.-- _ _
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than most top-rated cote,end Pickels was top scorer with 18 where they had been visiting MrWatkins i'
accessories.
8-transisfor radios. points for the winners, while Carolyn -!, filled the pulpit at the 'I
FREE A 3 lb. Fruit Cake Folsom accounted for 25 pointsfor 'i
morning service at the Presbyterian i\ The Way
the Mafo girls Dot Barkley
WAYNE WEGER, JEWELER made 20 points> for the Greenville I I church, topic of the message being
Creed on Calvary. I and; ,, '
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EDGES ST. JOHNS i .. .
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of Trailblaker) j Mrs Lula Anderson, 69, died this I Ij !
In thir first basketball game in ; -The ER.MRS 1 t j Thursday morning in the doctor's

the history of the school, the South- I office where she was rushed fol-
err Sentinels also gave the school lowing a heart attack.
: their first victory. The Southern I REGISTER PASSES I Survivors are her husband, L A

I Sentinels handed the Vikings of I I Anderson, two sons, one daughter. f.
". Mrs D S Register died Mondayat and two sisters. Funeral -
St Johns a close 79 to 75 defeat I arrangements
The Southern Sentinels outplayedthe her home in Perry and funeral I will be announced by T J

St. Johns team in the first I !services were held Wednesday in B(' gs Jr Funeral home.

half, at the end of which the score I the First Baptist church there.
was North Florida -JO, St. Johns 35 Besides her husband, she is survived I
three three I for EAGLE'S
During the second half, the by daughters; Look
two brothers J
sons; : T Donald
North Florida team came back and
played good ball, until the thin son of Perry and M G Donaldsonof Christmas Sale Ad
Grove and sisters on
Shady : two :
.. quarter, when they began to fall I
lIrsV H Bailey of Shady Grovead
The St Johns team was getting
toogh. High scorer for North Mrs Thetis Bailey of Hatties- I Page Six. \ 7. The "Way of the Cross" is

Florida was Jerry Lord with 29 burg Miss. hard. And so it was on that
points, followed by Curtis Koon fateful day when Jesus strug-
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with 17, and Calvin Bodenstein with Miss Eva McCullough left Sunday gled with his burden down this
Look for EAGLE'S narrow street in Old Jerusalemon
IC For the St Johns team high men ,for Tampa for a physicol check-up. the way to Calvarv. (Jordan)
were Ramond Rivers with 21, and She is recovering from a recent illness -i
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-. G Wills with 19.BEGINS Christmas Sale Ad on I,I friends wisl be glad to know.;

I COMPLIMENTING VISITOR

SENTENCE I Page Six. Free Gas! SeeFriedlander's i
Miss Flora Slade, of Starke, was
Former E B
Representative the weekend guest of Miss Wanda
.. (Shorty) Jones Monday began a COUNTY COURT Ad !
: conviction Williams, and on Friday night was
5-jear sentence following -
Robert I honored with a lovely party given
some months ago of attempted Taylor, driving without
bribery in Polk county. Mr Jones license, $25 or ten days (defendant Madison Women Golfers' Association -! by her hostess. Thirty guests were
denied the charge and appealed having been in jail for several had a luncheon at noon last : invited and the evening was spent

his case to the Court of Appeal, days). Friday at the Coutry Club. Tables with proms, dancing and games.
which last Thursday denied a new Lonie Wjche Jr, assault and vere laid for nineteen guests and a Cookies cold drinks and hon d'-

trial. He then asked fo a 30-day : battery, $25 or sixty days. three course fried chicken menu i ouevres were served throughout
reprieve to clear up his business Harley Randell drunkenness was served. Autumn flowers centered .
the tables. I the evening.Outoftown
affairs, but this was refused by $25 or thirty days.

"-1 Governor Collins. Jorge R Yinat, improper passing, WAITRESS WANTED I
t i: sentence withheld. Also speeding,
WHITE TOP visitors at the dedI- 1
CAROL SING' $25 or thirty days. I cation of the North Florida Junior :

: Middle Florida Baptist carol sing Look for EAGLE'S Tell 'em saw it in I College included Supt and Mrs
;. you Thomas D Bailey Mr and Mrs J
c Y was hed Sunday afternoon at I
.'. ;'.:. upI"Prln'1iaith 86 present. Rev C Robert McClure andfr E B
:;,; M Maddox. directed the program in I I Christmas Sale Ad on your Home Town Gazette Browning, all of. Tallahassee.
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: : which eight choirs beautiful
}'..1 Christmas carols. The sang assembly also(1 Page Six. -The E-R. WAITRESS WANTED
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