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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: December 18, 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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Mr and Mrs Wray Webb gave a
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four sons and their families Sundayat Priest Warehouse and

KENNEDY' Mrand Mrs Jeff Macaragesnew
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SEN. TURNER DAVIS INTRODUCING BAILEY NFJC CHOIR DIRECTED BY BOB I J
home in Yellow Pine Heights. Stewart StoreBurglarized

NFJC FACULTY PARTYThe NEW RESIDENTSMr CHRISTMAS PARTIESThe Centering the table was a large
HOSPITAL NEWS'
cake decorated with the family

and Mrs Ray Leach and tree that held each name. All
daughter Janice moved this week Madison County Memorial
North Florida Junior College gathered around the table and sang
from Pompano Beach to Madison Hospital staffoill have their
i Happy Birthday, after which a'delicious -
with
faculty entertained a Admitted: Marcus Cherry, Mrs and are residing on the Mayo
I high- Christmas party Friday night Dec Christmas style dinner was Some time Monday night the
Christmas party Friday night at the Beulah Ann Cone, Girl Stokes
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way in the Harvey Greene house. I
18 at 7 o'clock in the school cafe- served. Van H Priest Company warehousewas ;
Art Center. Forty guests enjoyedthe I Mrs Mabel Newsome, Mrs Mary Mr Leach is pharmacist at Roberts
torium. Present Mr and Mrs Denus broken into at a front side
Hammock were
delightful evening of group Mrs Ada Tully, Herschel Drug Store.FATHER .
singing of Christmas Carols led by Lee, Mrs Ruth Gilliam, Mrs Opal The annual Christmas dance will Macarages and Mr and Mrs W L window, the safe pried open and

Robert Kennedy, and square dancing Moore, Frank Kybart, Mrs Kath- be held Saturday night at the Marchel and son of Tallahassee; an undetermined quantity of goods
leen McCullough, Mrs Lou Annie OF MRS HITCHCOCKDIES Country Club beginning at 9.. Star- Mr and Mrs Jack' Macarages and stolen. Not much money was
Dr John Sands, dean of NFJC
host.Decorations Rigdon, David Harris, Mrs Leila lighters will furnish music.: daughter Susan and son Jack Jr, stolen. It was reported on the

was acting Gibson. I The Baptist Sunday school entertained .- ,.and Mr and Mrs J B Howze and streets that about 55000 worth of
in the Christmas Nathan Enoch Funeral services forIr Jesse
Discharged Williams
: the'younga children goods taken
son of Jacksonville; and Mr and were ; however, Mr
motif included a beautiful lighted C Hearn, father of Mrs C \V
Albert Gentry, Mrs Ada Hitchcock ,
through the junior group with a I Mrs_ G L Macarages and four chil- Priest said he did not ,know the
tree about which an exchange of I Tully, Marcus Cherry, Mrs Mary were held Sunday at Cedar I
I Christmas party Tuesday afternoonand Starke value of the missing articles. A.
dren of
Creek Church
gifts took place. Lyons and baby Mrs Pearl Stokes, near Abbeville. .Ga. I
Dr Sanis: showed colored mOieI I Roy Dean, Mrs Nobie Milligan, Mr and Mrs Hitchcock and Mr the Presbyterian children had Other guests were Mr and Mrs large quantity of pocket watches I

films of the new college buildings Mrs Bessie Cowart, Mrs Edith I' A A Trulove went to Abbeville to their party and tree Thursday I Roy Bronson and Mrs Godwin.Dr wrist watches, flashlights and flash- I

dedicated, members of th? Tyre, Mrs Rachel McNally, Mrs attend the funeral. afternoon. light batteries, watch bands, razor j
recently Ada Tully, Mrs Beulah Cone and COLORED t Local school room parties will beheld i Henry Broadstreet Jr, 34 of blades, perfume sets, hose and .
PATIENTS
staff and student body. and baby, Mrs Lottie Stokely. I this Friday pm at Woman's Branford, Fla, was held in ,$3500 alarm clocks was among the loot. :
Refreshments of fruit! SOUl'cream BABY Admitted: Done Cruraity, Mary
CONE
I Club. NFJC. dance Thursday night : bail in New York Monday after he Sunday night Edgar Stewart's
cake, nuts and coffee were Mr and Mrs Jesse Cone of Deloris Reeves, Dora Presley, Bobby I
served. I Route 3, Greenville, announce thebirth I Gamble, Lena Laster, Mary Young I!Dec 17 Junior Woman's Club dance i! had waived a hearing on a chargeof store was burglarized. The safe
and Mary Ann Glover. Friday night; Metal Products I felonious assault Dr Broadstreetwas here was torn up also and several
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I December 10.BABY. Dismissed: Dorothy Jean Aikens,I dinner and dance Saturday night. I charged with having taken his hundred dollars stolen. A quantityof

Help Fight TB HAMMOCK I Mary Reeves, Lenord Robinson,1 I son, Thomas 2, from the child's pants and 'cigarettes was stolen

Mr and Mrs Roland Hammock of Dora Presley, Ida Williams, Ed Mr and Mrs P K Rowell Miss mother, from whom he was sepa- and also, it was said, a ham that

Route 3, Valdosta, announce the Nesbit, Bobby Gamble. Helen Rowell and Mrs I Z Hughey rated, as she was about to boarda Mr Stewart was saving for Christ
& $y& birth of a baby boy. Dee. 12. He 'Born to Mary Young, Dec 13, spent 'last week end in Macon Ga. ship for Germany and to have

wH weighed 6 Ibs and 2% ozs.BABY a baby girl weighing 6 Ibs and 7 with Mr and Mrs Paul Rowell and put the child into his automobile mas.No arrests had been made at
'l959 MOORE Eugene Davis. They were joined
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&5S ozs.Born and driven from the pier, causing this writing; however, officers had
Born to Mr and Mrs Roy Mooreof to Mary Ann Glover, Dec there for the visit by Mr and Mrs
Use Christmas Seals I Route 3 Greenville, Dec 12, a 13 a baby boy weighing 7 Ibs and Bates Scoggins Jr of Spartanburg, II a policeman to jump to one side to picked up three or four personafor

baby girL She weighed 7 Ibs. loz. S C. avoid being run down. investigation. .

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IF YOU'VE ALREADY MAILED YOUR GIFT =
Buy and Use Those Sent You .. fO*SEALS SENT YOU IN YUr NOVEMIEX MUCH n wN

Please mail your contribution to:

IRS. BELL NEWSOME Get your Wilhold non-toxic double "Gone to get a cuppa
Woman's\ Club Honors
PASSES AT 80 YEARS plated GLITTER for Christmas
decoration at the Enterprise- Coffee at Towne Square

NFJC and, School Recorder in Gold, Green, White "
Mrs Bell'New-some, 80 died early and Bronze. Inn now open all night!
Faculties Saturday morning at Madison ,

Bounty Memorial Hospital after an Mrs Mae Childern is still a patient : :
xtended! illness. She was a life- at Archbold hospital, where MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER zt
!-- 1 cng resident of Madison County she has been under treatment for Miss Diane Henderson bride-elecl
md a member t>l the Macedonia of Donald Wilson, was complimentedwith
The faculties of the NorthFlori- several weeks.
Baptist church. She was the widowf a miscellaneous shower Friday -
da Junior College,
Madison High
the late Vard Newsome. -
ight, given by Mrs Ben Williams -
and Elementary schools were Services were held at 3 p. m. COMPLETE LINE and Mrs W C Hawkins at Package gives
honored with a beautiful Christmastea :Sunday in the Chaptel of the T J Mrs Hawkins' Cherry Lake home. Our 1-Policy"
given Thursday afternoon by Beggs Jr Funeral Home and interment The Christmas motif prevailed in
the Woman's Club in the Club followed in Macedonia FLOOR TILESAND tool!
House. the decorations of ,red and white lots of coverage,
The Rev you
cemetery. Larry Lafferty arrangements of pyracantha and
Elaborate decorations in the audi- and: Rev James Barber officiated.Mrs .
burnedin
camellias and red candies list of coverage,
a long
economical plan gives you
torium and This ,
lounge centered around
Vernon Ragans, and
organist Mrs Williams
bronze candelabra.
The Christmas motif. A huge swagof Miss Emily Burnett, Miss Sircy CABINET TOPS poured punch and Mrs D W Barnes, for your home,including fire...theft..liability..wind*,
cunninRhamia tied with a bow Rowe andVilb r Rutherford, Miss Sally Wilson and Mrs Billy $torm..smoke..falling objects..hail..glass breakage 1
of red ribbon adorned the vestibule rendered a program of music. Barrs served cookies, nuts and This protection. and more, with one policy
entrance and decorated and lighted Survivors include four daughters, witha t..explosion. .
entertained
Howerton Co. chips. Guests were
trees were placed at either side Mrs J L Bullard Madison; MrsC Supply game contest and Miss Penny t...one premium.Call us for details.
of the steps to the stage. The coffee H Pickels, Palatka, Mrs E E Sloan,, Weaver received the prize. The
table in the lounge was covered Cooledge, Ga, and Mrs R C Alfordof honoree was presented with a cor-
with a green lace cloth over red MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY
t Tallahassee; one sister, Mrs
satin. the Arnie Medders, Dalton' Mercer ..and sage by the hostesses. ,
Centering table was
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Berta Newsome of Moultrie, Ga
five branched silver candelabra J C Lyons. Honorary Messrs H E 1
five grandchildren and two great t McArthur Carl Burnett, MV Aluminum screens acid frames $3V. fill r
holding red candles rising from a Pinckney: Telephone 3-6250( ,
mound of red carnatioins. Garlandsof grandchildren.Active Cherry Sr, Sam Lamb, AlbenVil- cost less than wood. .
Mess
burfordi, pine&cedar with Christmas Shelton Williams pallbearers, Marcus were Cherry',i I hams and Gerald Blanton. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. I Representing the Hartford Fire Insurance_ Company Groups I!
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balls& red carnations inter- .
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spersed reached from the center to the JI''
four corners of the table. At one end .
of the table was the silver service
and at the other end a silver tray

nets.sandwiches Silver compotes, small held cakes crystal-and Plymouth. sales per dealer up 49% over last

bed grapefruit peel in the Christ- '
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mas adorned colors.the mantel.Similar decorations production increased to meet demand !

Mrs T C Coody, president of the year. I
club, poured, and received guests '
informally with Dr and Mrs Mau- -

shall Burch Hamilton Cornelius.,, and Mrs Mr W and Turner Mrs a Your:: dealer has awide selection rightnow! I

Davis welcomed guests at the door. .
Hostes s' entertaining were MrsJ I ic.
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LV) he decoration and re- '
freshments chairman, Mrs F E l'I l-
Naughton Mrs R C Dickinson, MrsJ
d Ashley Mrs A P Edgerly, Mrs
Leila Gibson Mrs James Conway,
:Mrs M Wooley, Mrs S H* Moore, : I
Mrs R II Rowe and Miss Ethel
Kowe. II
Mrs' R C Horne arranged a pro-
gram of Christmas music for the
entertainment of the 170 guests Nk I
which included the NFJC Glee Club
directed by Robert Kennedy, and
Miss Gayle Hamilton accompanist.A .
special feature was a trio of
voices, Misses Gayle, Nancy and
Bonnie Hamilton singing "Winter
Wonder Land Their mother Mrs
Marshall Hamilton was a'ccompanist. 1 .
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Commerce Cherry Lake met Lodge at Gordon last Thursday Ashley's the, 'model. the colors. ... you want. There's no need to wait for YOUR new Solid Pl1 mouth
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barbecue supper
chicken
night for a t '
femor and of paraty.the, new This members party was of the in Yes, the big news right now is that you don't hare to wait for your why owners are so pleased with the solid,quiet ride that Plymouth's

Club and of the winning team during Plymouth. Your dealer7 has a wide selection for you to choose from. construction gives. With tne tight feeling of the whole car. With

the recent membership drive.of ,And the kind of buy that will save you money. the easy way it handles, steers and parks. And, above all, with the.
Captain
thelosing Jaycee winning Wayne team Weger complimented the A trial drive will show you why Plymouth is so popular and new gas-saving economy of Plymouth engines! -

team who were the hosts at

the party for their efforts duringthe rA Chrysler-engineered product, buiU a new solid tray to give you sown saasjachon. .
contest, and expressed: his team'sand
the guests' appreciation for the SOLID PLY1YIOUT : 1960
magnificent party in their honor. !
Appropriaate door prizes were
awarded during the party.

Davis Jaycee was National among the Director many -prominent Ben- RAGANS MOTOR CO.

guests presentThe .:
party was planned and directed ; ;
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Miss Helen
Hughey a portrait neckline with satin in-1!
serts. The delicately molded waist
Becomes Bride of was attached to a voluminous skirt
and a matching jacket with crown I FRIGIDAIREMobile 'I Q ,
collar completed her becoming i I
Albert WeaverThe ensemble. Her veil of illusion was I Dishwasher!
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attached to a headpiece of tiny No costly) installation
feathers scattered with seed pearls. Fully automatic! ..,' .
home of the Reverend and She carried a white Bible adorned
Mrs E L Mixon in Gwen Lake with an orchid. \
Estates, Lake City, was the setting For her daughter's wedding Mrs, NO MORE DEFROSTING EVER
for the impressive candelight cere- Hughey chose a royal blue dress
mony for the marriage of Miss with black accessories. She wore a Because there's never any frost to defrost .
Helen Hughey and Albert \Vca.cr.Saturday corsage of white chrysanthemums.Mrs .
evening, November 28, Weaver, mother of the bride-
FORMERLY $17.93 NOW
at 8:30. groom, chose a dress of floral wool ,
Miss Hughey is the only daughter ,jersey with black accessories. Rer
of Mr and Mrs G Calvin was of white' chrysanthemums. -
corsage .
Hughey of Lake City, and is the -- l. SEE THE NEW FRIGIDAIRE

granddaughter of Mr and Mrs J B A reception was held after the
Hughey, Sr of Madison, and of Mr ceremony in the Mixon home. The 1960, WASHER $1495
and Mrs J T Killingsworth Sr of bride's table was overlaid with a ,
Pinetta. white lace cloth and was centered -
The bridegroom is the son of wjtjh the three tiered wedding; -
Mrs Walter Weaver of Lake City, cake. Mrs Jackie Brannon cut the
and the late 1IrVeaver.. cake and Miss Ida Margaret Williams -
The double ring ceremony was served punch. Occasional Tables Lamps. Rugs

performed by the Rev E L Mixon, The bride chose a cream wool .' 1 5-PIECE
in a setting of twin arrangements dress made on sheath lines for her
of white gladioli against a back- wedding trip complemented by black
ground of palms. Shedding a soft accessories. Her corsage was a I
glow over the scene were lighted white orchid. 4 1
in branched candelabra. i
tapers Miss Hughey was graduatedfrom
Nuptial music was rendered by Madison High School in 1953,
Mrs Mixon. and attended Business school in
The bride was given in marriageby Tallahassee. After completing her I

her father. Robert Weaver, education, she moved to Lake City, For Children Gym Sets
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brother of the bridegroom, servedas with her parents. For the past five r-. r ,
best man. years she has been employed by I
The bride's only attendant was Wilson Life Insurance Co. Rocky Horses Rockers
Mrs Peggy Turman,- who served as 1 from ,
matron of honor. She wore a ballerina -i Mr Weaver graduated '
I School in Lake City. FurnitureSELECT
Columbia High Baby
length dress of soft pink wool I
Alter service in the Navy, he returned -
with a matching bandeau and enteredthe
to Lake City and
carried a nosegay of deep pink .
carnations.The grocery business.Mr r2 NOW AND USE
bride chose a ballerina and Mrs Weaver will residein U]

length dress of nylon organza over Lake City.FUELMORE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN

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We are equipped to give you Quick Service. L H THUR- I 'tot I 8@ Mr and Mrs A G Herring will' Gardner 'nd son, Mke of Tallahassee -

MAN and OTIS BROWN are standing by for your service 9S \ STOP BY KELLY'S have as guests for Christmas and, al (flr: and Mrs 4 G Herring .1
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the holidays their children and
grandchildren, Mr and Mrs Jack' Jr and baby of Jacksonville.

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INC. and :Mrs Jerry Roden Sr, ol f\\KELLY ..
Pisgah, Ala announce the engage
ment and approaching marriage ol rl I
SHELL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
their daughter, THE
Miss Kathryn Rodenof Mrs D F Burnett is spending ;
Monticello Florida, several days this week in Ocala I
to v.ith Mr and Mrs Farris Bryant

Richard R Brownof 1 and daughters.

.. Madison, Florida, son of Mr ?iidMrs -x- I AMOUSSTORE.
-- Mrs T C McNally is convalescingat F
I C M Brown of Evergreen, Ala
home after a ten days' illness
I Mrs Kirby Reichmann returned' The wedding will take place
at Madison County Memorial hospitaL -
Four 1954 FordsSanta's home Friday from Bethesda, Md,' Tuesday, December 22, at 4-30
where she had been with her ,
son o'clock in the afternoon, in the .
Nat Norfleet, who is under treat-
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Baptist Church, Pisgah, Ala. I "
Specials ment, there. -x- All friends and relatives- are in-. 1958 Ford 2-door, For- .

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brideelet"is a graduate of dimatic radio A-I with i
HARDEE MOTOR CO. spend Christmas in Jacksonville with The condition your
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr Auburn College, Auburn, Ala with
an4} Mrs Sam Bundrick. the bachelor's degree in Home heater $1495 :

..- -- Economics.' She is presently a CS 40ISCHARGE
member ''of the faculty of Jefferson ;
TRADE AT HARDEE MOTOR CO.
ON County High School at Monticello.Mr .
>ows ; Jim's Bay Station Brown graduated from State CARD!
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I 0 r CHURCH CHOIRS PRESENT specials
CHRISTMAS MUSICA
PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLES
program of beautiful Christmas s
t 'music was presented Sunday evening Presbyterian circles met Monday,
F I at the' Methodist church by the Dec 7.Circle.
:Methodist and Presbyterian church No. 1 met with Mrs J G
Refreshment Service choirs. directed by Robert A Ashley. with twelve members at-.. R.T
Kenndy, and with Mrs Dale M tending. Mrs Frank Paterson presided -

?/' We are catering to special Leslie organist. and Mrs A JI Armstrong
I 4.fH Soloists were Miss Toni Jean moderated: the Bible study on
; ,'L events either large or small. I
Wells, Mrs Gordon Ashley, Miss Shepherd of the flock. llrsV T t
: r Give us a call for your child- I Ann Folsom, the
sopranos; Mrs E P Hollingsworth gave program on
; ren's parties or any other Sanders Jr and :Mrs James Copeland annuities and relief. Plans were E.
S events where Coca-Cola would\ I contraltos. Donald Loper, bass, made for donations to the Christ-
make the occasion. more en- and A L Hughes, tenor. !mas baskets, mission Haven and

I ,.., i joyable. No additional cost for The soprano solo Jesu Bambino I overseas relief. A dessert course with
by Mrs N G Erneston, of Talla- coffee and salted nuts was served.
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I this service just give us a
3 b hassee, with violin accompaniment lIrsV G Sheldon presided over
f ; ring at Phone HU 3-2263. by Mr Erneston was an additional I I the meeting of Circle No 2 at the c
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I feature. church lounge. Eight members were

, Madison CocaColaBottling I The program included Silent present. Mrs Harry Nicholson was
Night, Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring moderator of the Bible lesson
Co. I Glory To God In The Highest, Let Shepherd of the flock. Plans for
All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence. 0 :Christmas donations were made at
3c ,Come All Ye Faithful, assisted: by !this time. 'Miouernnie
the junior choir; Jesu Bambino, Mrs John Dovjak was hostess to ,
\Send Forth Thy"Spirit; Wonder Circle No 3 with ten members I

s as Wander; Hark! Hark, My present. Mrs Beasley Cole con-
: w I Soul, and Hallelujah from the ; ducted the business session. MrsT
44, Messiah. C Merchant gave the Bible lesson -
Voices making up the chorus were and Mrs Charles Knox led the
-. r- Mrs N G Erneston Mrs Roger joy gift program on relief to aged
d Asbury, Mrs W T Davis, Mrs J P ministers.

Morrow, Miss Ann Folsom, Mrs The hostess served' a variety of
Paul Tpuchton, Mrs R C Home lovely Christmas cookies and can
:Mrs Marvin Reeves, Mrs Charles. dies and coffee.
Knox, Misses Gayle and Nancy

__ ____ n Hamilton, Mrs Gordon Ashley Mrs UPHOLSTERY SHOP
James Copeland, Miss Toni Jean
Turpentine & Rosin Wells, Mrs E P Sanders Jr, WaIler Louis Hames is operating an up- i
Whitlock, Donald Loper, Dr Ben holstery shop at 104 E Rutledge
Turkey Shoot
O Mercer, E P Sanders: Jr. Gordon street just east of Lazarus' store.
U. S.
Factors, Inc. Ashley, Ben Mainor, A L Hughes, Edwin L Hines of Elizabethton,
Sat Dec 19 T J Beggs III, Calvin Bodenstein Tenn is working with him. V. S. Gov't Gra
Cypress Street At Ga. & Fla., R. R. Carroll Blalock and Harry Culin,

Phone CH 2-3760 Valdosta, CaT and the junior choir. SPEAKS ON WCTVC YOUNG
& R On Cypress St. At Ga. & Fla. R. R. 1:30: P. M.

Disappearing Stairway __________ __ ea. 15.95 Roy Dean of Gainesville, travel- Farris Bryant, of Ocala, who
i ing salesman for the Upjohn Medical is cxp3cted to be in the race for BroilerYOUNG
4x8x1-4- Inter. Plywood _.____ ____ pc. 2.85 Cherry Lake Crossroads Co was stricken Wednesday Governor next year, was a speaker S
4 8 3-4 Inte 6.95 morning in his room at a local Sunday afternoon on WCTV from
x x Plywood .___z_____ pc.
Sponsored hotel. He was moved from the Tallahassee.
2-4 x 3-2 Window Unit ____-------- ea. 10.50 by local hospital to the University of

2-8 x 4.6 Window Unit __-_*______ ea. 12.35 Cherry Lake: Florida ville Friday.Medical Center at Gaines- Readers -oyour Tom T

SJieelrock 4 x 8 x 3-8" ____________ pc. 1.35

Full Thick Rock Wool ______ ____ thous. 57.00 I American Lesion'- TOY TOWN now open at i Christmas t Shopping

215 Lb. Asphalt Shingles _________ sq. 5.60 I Madison Home Center ; with E-R advertisers! YoungLARGE

15 or 30 lb. Felt roll 2.00 ,
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Cement, Portland _ ___ ______ sx. 1.25 I REPORTS, AND JOY GIFT '' ) r;,<.3 JZI ,
PROGRAM II' ?G @' v G <;j) G P\\
Magnolia Mortar Mix ___ ___ __ sx. 1.10 Q BLUESTONE EMM

4x9x1-2 Celetox SHEATHING m. 63.00 Annual reports of the- meeting of : Turkey Roaster
Presbyterian women Monday afternoon -
FREE PARKING FAST LOADING showed much work accom-

QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALAT plished I' during the year. Besides :.wM 1-r'N"! : : JJJ <
the local expenses over $1100 was : .H.o H. LYKE COOKED RE,
LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES contributed to benevolent causes of

r & R On Cypress St. At Ga. & Fla. R. R. the assembly.Mrs $ v0, S ; BONE
R S Williams presented the 6 Ka
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Jumbo Choicest Hamburgers of Steaks and 39c.Sea\ Readers do your in which she stressed the need: of I Picnic
I retired ministers and their families
Foods at WHITE TOP and dependents. Scripture reading'
1 ChristmasShoppingwith .
DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, II was from Luke 820.. 'I I
south of :Madison. 3-lt-ch : Mrs T C :Merchant Jr receiveda .' '
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vote of thanks for her work as : I
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North Florida Junior College's Mrs T F Hay will go to Ft new president: announced Prov I
basketball team defeated the Lake I Pierce next week to spend Christmas 16:3: as her theme for the new year. i
City All Stars here Monday night and the holidays with her The circle chairmen, Mrs Jack t 312 ..l .:..
66 to 55. Gerald Lord posted 23 I: son and family, Mr and Mrs W T Wade Mrs T C Merchant Jr and -
points, and Curtis Koon 19, for I I: Hdy and Rosalind and Martha. Mrs A H Armstrong, read the roll II D fJ..1 ,Tf
the winners, while Ed Goss threw! of circle members for next 'ear. -- ,
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City. for the afternoon when fruit NAIQ f fI Ci" .J. I:. _-/Ii r ,
cake and coffee were served. Love- PURE
ORWOOD -
extras $1195 SAUSAGEAzalea
ly Chrismas decorations includeda PORK OR
Corn $1.15 in Jasper basket of Christmas balls and
HARDEE MOTOR CO. greenery and large Christmas can- I Il z d Tasty AH, *>:1,__*" JK:

I dles on the table covered with a I"e
: t a s Franks 2 79FOR
v Jl2.GJ& JKLGlV JJg.2'.IbZ J .Ii /J j / .I1;:- green cloth. : ub 1 Balbg

SEE US FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS NEEDS A/2c James L Hawkins, Clinton- --1N 1r SI ,
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Sherman Air Base, Okla, has been / 1 83dOdEt
Apples, Oranges, Tangerines, Kumquats, Candies, Nuts selected to represent his detachmentin

TRY SOME OF OUR GOOD GA. RED SWEET' POTATOESWE the Clinton-Sherman Air Force Prigs YOUR TURKE' )RP';.'
Base as Airman of the month. Federd
HAVE ANOTHER LOAD AT -S ARROW tai
Since his assignment to this detachment -I s SSHOYSTEFRESH
$2.00 PER BU, THIS WEEK just two and one-half 3 95 a

WE BUY YOUR PECANS IN ANY QUANTITYSee months ago, Airman Hawkins has C IT O T '
progressed exceptionally well in his CAUGHT d 11 A. 1 .
us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT- new line of work. He has acquiredthe 1r
VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS knowledge of his organizationat r r

LARD C.ll1iSSEEDS rapid rate. r
A/2c Hawkins is the son of Mr 'ITA'BLE
SPEIGHTS CERTIFIED TOBACCO SEED i and lIrsV C Hawkins of Cherry S 5

DOWFUME MC-2 FOR BED TREATMENTSEE Lake. He is a graduate of Cherry
Lake Junior High and Madison $1095
US FOR SYRIJP JUGS-WIMBERLY'S NEW CANE SYRUPURLES&soNS High Schools. also 17-JEWEL ELGINS from IU .... -- ... ",
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Nothing Better for Christmas than an Horace Stephenson Jeweler Extra Fancy RedAPP M.

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SOUTH GEORGIA'S LEADING CASTLE PARK VALDOSTA, GA.
Buy on E-Z Pay Plan JEWELER COR. BROAD & JACKSON .

PhONE: HU3-239S, Messer Battery & Tire DOWNTOWN VALDOSTA THOMASVILLE, GA. 2.; 3 LB BAG

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FRESH PUREBologna WITH THE PURCHASE OF,2 PKGS
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FANO GREEN 2 PKGS 2 5c f LAYER CAKES15MIXED RED MARASCHINO

SALAD J j jr CHERRIES I0fAR02 29 t .
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, ESCAROLE HEAD C _. f) DEL PICKLES $ 29f ,
RY FRESH SALAD 9 FRESH BAKED LEMON OR COCONUT J
j ENDIVE HEAD MERINGUE PIES REG 49t RED CROSS TOP QUALITY
I I C VALUE 39 PAPER NAPKINS 80 1O* '

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CAMPING EQUIPMENT We are.pleased to announce the opening
of a new office in

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING ,
6-Piece Aluminum
Pup Tents.. $5.95
Complete with poles & bless Kits $1.98 MIAMI 32, FLORIDA

pegs
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Genuine Army New Army Folding ffective January 2, 1960:

Canteens ..... .. 98c Shovels .. .. $1.98 P?
.' With Covers With Cases MR. GEORGE N. SHAW look %

form'rtf Director of finance of ffce tiff of Miami and a .
Army 7 x 7 Wall poll Prettdenf of N.. Municipal Finance Oflicwf Attocfofa'o. l1 !"

Packs . .. $1.49 Tents. . $14.95 of fhe United Stole o.d Conodo. t'

Complete With Straps Complete With Poles and will join our organization as Vice Presidentand ,

PegS Manager of our Florida OperationsAs f -
Army Type CamP

Hatchets . $1.39 Shoulder
Pack .. ... .. $1.49
financial consultants to municipalities and other Govern.mental
5 x 7 Wall Machetes . $1.98 units throughout the nation,we welcome inquiries about"
Tents . $12.9: With Case our uniquely complete and completely independent services.

Complete With Poles and

Pegs Jungle WAINWRIGHT & RAMSEY Inc. YSS
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Hammocks $9.95
Field Packs $2.98 Consultants on Municipal Finance ... ,
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Sleeping Genuine Army BagS $4.98 )Air Mattresses $2.98 .Best, tr /_ ._ l .


Scout Knives 98c fly I 1957 Ford station wagon -; gilt$' .f 4. .
'I Bayonets . $2.98

Navy 'r New Mosquito radio, heater, overHARDEE -I Ii i yet!

Hammocks $6.9a Bars .. . $2.98
11. drive, $1295

Stern Camp rwH ,!rJ

Cook Stoves 98c l Blankets . $2.98 4 I I MOTOR CO. + J 9"r


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FREE! ARMY HELMET WITH PURCHASE : ,k
Pine Trees 4I
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SOUTHERN SALVAGE CO.
Your Madison County Forest Fire
Prevention Committee says Pine I' .
111. South Ashley St. Valdosta, Ga. t Trees Planted today provides cash ,

income for the future. The Com-
mittee has available on a rental Make Your Christmas Shopping a Pleasure and SAVE

basis, a treeplanter. The planter and
TOY TOWN now open at! EAGLE will Wrap your Christ dropper may be rented for $2.00 I With the One-Stop Convenience of the

mas Gift FREE and Hold per thousand on old fields or $2.50
per thousand for planting to be'
Madison Home Center Until CHRISTMAS EVEBOJf
done in the woods. MADISON DRUG STORE
l' 1 For further information contact
George N Shaw, well-known in a member of the committee or
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR municipal finance circles for many county ranger V A Webb or county
MRS LULA ANDERSONFuneral years and formerly Director of Fi- farm forester Albert Lundy. 15-2t-cl 10% OFF ON CASH PURCHASES OF CHRISTMAS
nance of the City of Miami, Fla., GIFTS
will join the municipal; financial
services for Mrs Lula
Anderson consulting firm of Wainwright & Mrs T F Hay is convalescing at $ 20% OFF ON CHRISTMAS CARDS
69, were held at 2
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p. Ramsey Inc., as a vice-president, home after being under treatmentthe
Saturday at Midway Baptist church, effecti\' Jan. 2, 1960, J Basil Ram- past week at Archbold hos- A FREE GIFT WRAPPINGFOR
and interment was in Midway ceme. "
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rs chairman, announced today. p
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tery with the T J Beggs Jr Funeral
Home in charge. The Rev Lorace ital.Tell THE LADIES FOR THE MEN

Cothron Survivors officiated.are her husband, L AI I I I I I i Three 1955 Fords; take 'em you saw it in GIFTS MAX FACTOR BY: O GIFTS MAX FACTOR BY: \

Anderson, two sons, Presley, of
Lee, and Leslie of Tallahassee; one your pick. your Home Town Gazette REVLON OLD SPICE
daughter, Mrs Leola Thomas of I I COTY YARDLEY

Tampa; two sisters, Mrs Mamie ; HARDEE MOTOR CO. The E-R. YARDLEY S
Merritt, Lee, and Mrs Eva Sapp, I i I I -
(fib I*right I BILLFOLDS
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Tampa; grandchildren and three I I
great grandchildren.Active Tens silver$2530Dancial kdohen U5.50 NOTICENotice o JEWELRY TRAVEL KITS

pallbearers: Messrs Ernest flowers$21.03 I -- JEWELRY BOXESV
that the following described lands in the .
is hereby given
Terry, Joe Phillips, Elvy Rogers, i
Clinton Anderson, Kermit Thomas City of Madison, Florida or so much thereof as will be necessary to I I. MANICURE SETS e CIGARETTE LIGHTERS
and Colin Bell. ( f/WIU 4 GlU pay the amount due for taxes of 1958 herein set opposite to the BILLFOLDS
same, together with; cost of suchat sale and advertising, will be sold "'
Honorary: Messrs Gene Phillips,
Public auction on Monday. the 4th day of January, A. D. 1960, at WATCHES FOR THE CHILDREN
John Williams, Ed Barrs, Norman
Howard, Gordon Ragans and Jim REED & BARTON the Hour of 12 o'clock noon, at the City Hall door, City of Madison e TOYS

Thomas. County of Madison, State of Florida. GAMES
STERLING Description Name Amount
PUZZLES
Blk 28 Town of Madison, Lot Q

Readers do $8400 up No 180 ...._...................................._..... Cruce and Iacone $221.00Joe $ STUFFED ANIMALS
your BIk 8, Fraleigh Smith S/D North '
Prices are for 4pc.settings 50 ft of Lot No. -8 ................ & Gussie Williams 5.00, -: NORRIS CANDY FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY -
ChristmasShoppingwith i : knife, fork, tea Elk 13 .Fraleigh Smith SID S'.fe
spoon and salad fork. of Lots 1 & .2 .............._..._..._.._ Theodore Warren 21.00 Also, baby's needs and toys, plus many other beautifuland
E-R advertisers! Fed. tax incl. Easy terms. Blk 18 Fraleigh Smith SID Lot useful gifts to choose from

No. 8 ................._..................._..._..... Est. Anna Latimore 15.00 Enjoy the refreshments from our fountain while you shop
WE STOCK ALL MAJOR
Bryant Field S/D Lot 21 .........._ Annie Frederick 850
STERLING SILVER LINESGIRARDIN 22 In 9e, Part of NEU of SE 4

Mrs W T Hollingsworth visited Reed DB 87 PG 180 ....._..._... Leatha Cook 3.00 Madison Drug StoreHU 3-2300
Mr and Mrs Wm Tomlinson and A Pope S/D Lots 129 & 130 O L & Dorthy Jackson 32.50
children in Tallahassee Sunday and Clastic Its 25.00 Moseley Addition, Part of Lot No. .
Monday. lost CaKodi J25.SO I 5 Recd DB 33 PG 221 ................ Willie Williams 8.00 rU* truuuuUm mtUtFtlWUmr W
Tie Diamond fettira$29.50 I
27 In 9e Part of NW i of NWtt
CMGG14'XX7i i' q. C>hgCSS C I conv. by Sallie Bevil .................... Mary Elizabeth Moore 3.00 Mr and Mrs C 0 Rabon and sons,' O 1
rilYom' Blk A Plant Addition Lot 12 ........ Lillie Mae Davis 2.50 Harris Wade and Jimmy, of Wildwood -, Chr. t mas 00601(118. S.IX
Plenty RollFastv Blk C Plant Addition Lots 8, 9, 10 Joe and Mary Graham 3.50 will arrive next week to1';
Blk D, Plant Addition Lot 21 Gertrude Joseph et al 2.50 spend Christmas with Mrs Rabon's,! 1956 Fords all good
BicyclesREADY Blk F, Plant Addition Lot 9BIk Donnie DeLaughter 2.50 parents, Mr and Mrs Alex \Vade'l ,
h H, Plant Addition Lot 10 Mamie Williams 2.50 --x-
FOR CHRISTMASBuy I 27 1 n 9 e Part of NW4, of Mr and Mrs Waring Wyche and I and priced to sell.ilARDEE ,
on E-Z Pay Plan NWH bounded of North by grandson Dub Wyche were guests
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Messer Battery & Tire Bunker St on East by lot No. of Mr and Mrs J B Mulcahy in I MOTOR CO.
11 Moseley Addition, on West Jacksonville over the week end.
by old colored lot, &on South .
Company by lot 16 Moseley Addition.v Est of Peter McKInney 23.00
Blk A Vickers S/D Lot No. 13 CIemia Bradley 250
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I Blk A Vickers SID Lot No. 20 James: Barfield 250 TOBACCOGROWERS
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S S"' 27 In 9e Part of S?fc of NWtt _

ia Reed Pg 331 ...._...___......................... Willie McCray& Perry Oliver 3.00J
28 In 9e Part of NEtt, reed DE SEE US FOR .

WJAvE4&NEWe 81 PG 40 ..........._..._......._...._.... .. B DeLaughter 3.00 i .. .
e JEWELERSFor \ Blk B Hal Stoy SID Lot No. 9. !

& 10 u......._..........._...._....................... Letha M Brown 3.00
G e Elk F Hal Stop S/D Lot 4 .--.. John Miller ,2.50 SEED ALL VARIETIES SEED BED" COVERS
.dl ;;: 'T .
BJk G Hal Stoy SID 50 x 100
SILVER CHINA
CRYSTAL
ft in NE Cor of --..-.. Newt Demps 4 3.00 GAS & PLASTIC COVERS: FERTILIZER
+ DIAMONDS JEWELRY Elk H Hal Stoy SID Lots 27 & 28 Willie & Emma Lee Mitchell 350
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EXPERT REPAIRING Blk H Hal Stoy S/D Lot 12 ? Gussie Mae Johnson 2.50
CRYSTAL CLEAR oavCUTTACK Blk H Hal Stoy SID Lot 6 ........ Sam H Mitchell 2.50 -
,SEW ex SEAL 264
HUNDREDS OF USES uaR Blk H Hal Stay S/D Lot No. 9 Nellie Mae Buggs 250 Vickers Implement
INDOORS &OUTDOORS ra se..e.as NATIONALBRIDAL B1k1JL&WLTokeSDLots

w e.-. .. wr..asc-nwao. No. 3, 4, 5 .......-..-.-.--..-.- Est Annie Whittle 11.00
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Elk 2 J L& W L Tooke S7D

SERVICETALDOSTAGA. U>ts tfo. 5 & 6 ..-............-.....- Billy] & Rachel Benjamin 4.00 .
/ Blk. 2 J L& W L Tooke SID Company

A Lot No. 7 ..........-..-- Milton Bell 3.00 j
,Blk 6 Tooke SID Lot No. 10 Bolden Gallon 250 I
Howerton
Supply Co. Phone HU 3-3391 Madison, Florida
Sit No. Patterson Blk 6 Tooke S/D Lot No. 9 Peter Buggs 2.50 I

S. Duval St. Madison, Fla. ALEX H. SMITH, Tax Collector, City of Madison. I IJCo..i
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COOKIES FOR CHRISTMAS

You saw it in Newsweek Pumpkin Pie Mincemeat Pie Fruit Cakes

it. the AT WE SPECIALIZE IN ,
now we've got .
Wedding Birthday and Party Cakes
sensational I Half-Scale .

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MODE T J.B.1 ALUtf TRACTORS :

INC.
JUNIOR WOMEN HAVE FORMER BAND DIRECTOR
RepliedHELL CHRISTMAS BANQUETThe DIES IN MOULTRIE 'Ii
PKTROLKUU PRODUCTS
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Wheelbase Junior Woman's Club held Gerald B Hazzard, 37, former
their annual .Christmas banquet, director of the Madison High
3 HP Monday night at the Madison. School band, died in Moultrie, Gs

Et1gIt10 This 1910 Model T Replica will thrill Restaurant. Places were laid for. last Thursday of a cerebral hemorr
A y forty guests including sponsors hage enroute to a Moultrie hospital
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former members now living away from his home. He was band
and other Christmas visitors. Atone director at Moultrie High Schoolat

youngsters up to 80 years old. end of the long table was a the time of his death.
beautiful Christmas tree and Mr Hazzard is survived by his

centering the table and: down its wife and a daughter, Petra ot
4Vbr at. length were red candles in' silver Moultrie and three brothers in

i Stop by DAVIS SERVICE STATION today to holders and garlands of holly. A Pennsylvania.Burial .
four course turkey dinner with was in Vidalia, Ga Satur

accessories including ambrosia, cake day.
and coffee was.served.

learn the full details of how receive Entertainment consisted of group
you may Tell 'em saw it in
RUNS AND HANDLES LIKE A REAL CARl! singing of Christmas carols with you

rI .. ......... Mrs Vernon Ragan organ accom-
TW. Ii Ifool..-Mod.i 7 I*tM d.ff0M of kids and grow ups
ft t. shown. Sof.touftd-toltdly buitf.. it will ... heM two odvit $'"! from \ panist. your Home Town Gazette -
i eftCI rv99 d movldtd Ftb.rGlo body. MKtonicol brak** Forward. Mtrtrol., 1m is Model I T free f l'' Visitors included Mrs T F Livingston -
fw.rwsnph. Red spoked ......., bran colored headlamp Normal sped up I* II .. club Mrs Harry Drakeof
ER.Mrs
sponsor The
; Nod de.lgftecl lor highway n.. but oUnty ol fun on paved w os. .... .
Panama City, Mrs Jim Harvey

.. of Lake City, Mrs Don Taylor of
Tallahassee Mrs Vernon Ragans, Charles Knox and Mrs Bill
EAGLE will Wrap :your Christmas VOTERS -' "BE KIND TO
I Mrs Don Loftis, Ulrs Ben Davis..Caw
Gift FREE and ;Hold CANDIDATES SEASON" is

Br Until CHRISTMAS EVE nearly here. Cheer up all the

Stump os. BRIDE-ELECT FETED boys, they'll feel let down soon

enough.Mrs .
Gordon Williams' Lakeside
CASH & CARRY home was the setting Friday night TAKES POST Notice To FarmersWe '
for
a charming party complimenting _
Miss Jenobel Zipperer, bride- William Carroll
Lamb has been

I 3i6's. Ca. & Fla. Freight Whse elect Mrs Williams of the season.were Hostesses Mrs Julian with Wesconnett called as minister Baptist Church.of music He by is buy Yellow Ear Corn the

Gibson and Mrs R D Baker. a naative of Madison at'I' :nded :year around
Patterson Street Phone CH 2- 566 A color note of pink and green in Norman Baptist College, Norman ,

VALDOSTA GEORGIA the livinig room prevailed in the Park, Ga, and is a graduate of Price Now Is
,
of
arrangements pink poinsettias and Florida State University. During

1/4 x 4 x 8 Interior Plywood .. .. . St. $ 3.00 Christmas greenery. The colors of his Norman College daays he sang bushel
$1.15
3/4x4x8 Interior Plywood . .. . St. 7.23 were white emphasized and green in with the dining the use room of "in from South 1957 Georgia to 1959 revivals, was minister aand then of per

2-4 x 3-2 Window Unit . . . . Ea. 10.95: white camellias in the center armusic at Ocean Park Baptist church, picker picked .

2-8 x 4-6 Window Unit . . . .' Ea. 12.85 rangement and silver candelabra Jacksonville Beach. Lamb will lead

DuPont Professional House Paint .. Gale 4.35 holding Mrs A green B Zipperer candles., mother of in the choir service and of people carols of and the church candle J. A MITCHELL ..

Sheet Rock 3/8 x 4 x 8 _ ._ _ St. 1.38 the hooree, poured and serving lighting a Dec 20 at 7:45 p. m.

Full Thick Rock Wool . _ __ . M 59.00 chicken salad sadwiches, small cakes .
and mints Miss Sheryl Williams -
2-0 x 6-8 Flush Door Mahogany _ :. Ea. 4.90 Miss were Wanda Williams, Miss Readers do your Milling CompanyJASPER

2-6 x 6-8 Flush Door Mahogany _. . Ea. 5.50 Brenda Baker and Miss Beverly FLA.

215 lb. Thick Butt Shingles . . Sq. 5.85 Gibson. Forty guests spent a delightful ChristmasShoppingwith t
evening writing recipes for a
ALL THESE AND MANY MORE MATERIALS AT book presented to the honoree. .
The hostesses presented her with E-R advertisers,!

Wholesale Prices I gifts of silver. and corning ware. SF



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Petition of Leo A Almand
re: /
For the Adoption of Nancy ElizabEth 'specials '\WMAF 0 'c MAS

NOTICE Anderson BY PUBLICATION A Minor. OF on : pi4yrON H R 1ST .

PETITION FOR ADOPTIONTO .
i JAYCEES SPONSOR
: JOE ANDERSON, whose ad- TIME
dress is unknown. TAX COURSEThe .

ADOPTIONYou .
are hereby notified that a Madison: Jaycees met last t
petition has been filed in the above b
Friday at the Madison Restaurantand
styled court by Leo A Almand for % '
/ the adoption of Nancy Elizabeth enjoyed a splendid fried chicken The tree, the silver bells :s m-
dinner. the busiess
During session T
-'" Anderson a minor, and you are required Al Hofflander that \ I h
announced a !
to serve a copy of your free Jaycee sponsored Federal Tax bols of the Christmas spirit wmchpervades
objections to show cause
answer or Course would be held beginning in
j' said petition should not be
why January Randell Rowe Jr made a American homes during
the attorneys of the
granted on
i allocated from
motion that funds be
W T Davis and Frank I -[
petitioner the treasury for proper advertisement L this holiday season. At this time .
A Graham Jr, Madison, Florida, and I -
of the course in the local
file the original in the office of newspaper and other advertising: especially,Woodmen of the World
the Clerk of the Circuit Court facilities. Fi
Madison County Florida, on or be-
Charlie Quick, Chairman of the Life "The
Insurance
fore the 11th day of January, 1960. Society,
Turkey Shoot committee, announcedthat
Herein fail not or a decree pro i
confesso will be entered against you. a turkey shoot would be held Family Fraternity proud to
December 17, and that the Thanksgiving -
Witness my hand and the seal -' ,
I of said Court in Madison, Florida I I Shoot was a success and j have contributed fraternity and
(
enjoyed by all. Chairman Quick .__ j
of December, 1959. I / _
this 1st day I. _
for the
stated that the proceeds \
Circuit DALE Court.M. LESLIE Clerk of the I shoot were earmarked for the North j1\ // fellowship, as well as security and
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Florida Junior College ScholarshipFund. t3ias
By: Jane W Baker, Deputy 14.4tchFGEAGLE Clerk. I peace of mind which is enjoyed

I Randell Rowe, Jr, Chairman of, .
the Membership Party committee, by thousands of families all across
will Wrap your Christmas reported that he had available a WOODMEN THE OF WORLD
Gift FREE and Hold financial report of the recent mem- the United States who make up
Until CHRISTMAS EVE bership party. LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETYHOME

I Navaco aluminum OFFICE: 1701 FARNAM STREET OMAHA !. NEBRASKA membership. ,

GOODYEAR TIRES I
Gordon Selman, Field Representative '. '
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jalousies "t
JIM S BAY STATION .
.'- .. SELMAN'S SUNDRIES RANGE STREET MADISON, FLORIDA -J'e.: '. ; 0 ,

U. S. 90 EAST MADISON Howerton.Supply Co. : '",."'. w,J.L .f'.-_"-- ...... i. ? : ::i/: /.o /. ": .' < ,
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favorite girl more than lovely / l t -'

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md we have a world of them

,: wispy lingerie, evening ,'

' ; gowns, furs, pajamas and ever :; l,. Free Parking ti <

i so many more. Come in tomor- .
f from
'I .. W12 row and choose leisurely from
vast assortments you'll be t' Free Gift WrappingPhone \ "

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COMPLIMENTED:: AT SHOWER .. LAND DEALS S
I ;LISTEN! for those red-

Mrs Elmer Fisher was hostess -

Thursday r:;::; ?t her home when Jack Seago and wife to Vaudie hot EAGLE Dep't. Store To Our Employees:

She complimented Mrs Bobby Cope- Seago, 120 acres in Sees 3 and 4,
land with a stork: shower. Tp2NR8E.
specials WMAF !
lovely arrangements of fall Alberta DeLaughter to Mary Ann on Woodworker's Union has asked the National

flowers were placed in the rooms DeLaughter undivided jnterest in Labor Relation Board for an election to find out if you
opened to twenty-eight guests. The Lot 9, Blk F, Plant's Addn to Town MISCELLANEOUS SHOWERMrs want that union to represent you. The union is required

honoree recent many attractive of Madison. to submit the cards signed by employees to the boArd.
Cherry Provau to Larrie J. James D Vickers and Miss
End useful its Cake squares. Then the board asks the company for the names of its J
Cherry and wife, 16 U acres in N s Shirley Davis entertained with a
Salted; nuts, mats and coffee were employees which we have prepared and intend to submit
I' of NE% of SE%, Sec 10, Tp 1 S, miscellaneous shower Friday nightat
gerved. R 10 E. l I- to the board. The names submitted by the company are
the Vickers home complimenting -
I --- -- -- -- checked against the cards signed by the employees and
Miss Melba Selph of Cherry
if there are thirty percent signed up the board will con.
Lake. Vases of rosesadorned the
: duct a hearing. The board will probably order an election
rooms to guests. Fruit cake,
open
within the next few weeks or few months.In .
nuts and coffee were served. The
honoree received many beautiful this election YQU will have a chance to votej for.

gifts. The hostesses presented her or against the union. .

with china in her pattern. We want you to know how we feel about this matter:

WE HOPE YOU WILL VOTE NO VOTE AGAINSTTHE ,
TOY TOWN now open at UNION!

There are some things that we think you should know
Madison Home Center about this election and your rights. Maybe you have been .

----- told that if you do not vote for the union you will lose
HONORED WITH SHOWER your job. THIS IS NOT TRUE. No employee will be

.. discharged now or at any time in the future for refusingto
join the union and refusing to for .
Miss Penny Weaver, bride-elect, pay money unneces-
1. was honored with a lovely miscellaneous sary dues.

t shower Thursday evening And remember this, the union can cost you a lot
given by Mrs R Williams Jr ani more than dues alone.

Mrs G E Christmas, at the Williams We cannot promise you anything to get you to vote .
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'_ J' home. Forty guests were invited. against the union because this is against the law. But
'
} The holiday motif was emphasized the union can and will promise you anything to vote for

wr \ i. throughout the party rooms it. It is not against the law for the union to promise

and the dining table held a red :you higher wages or anything else even though the union
and white Christmas tree.' is not able to get you higher wages.

; 4 The honoree was assisted by Miss The union
organizer probably will NOT tell you this,
Vivian Prine, who will be maid of but it is TRUE: The union cannot raise your wages,

\ ; honor in the wedding, in opening cannot change ANY working conditions, cannot tell the .

the many attractive gifts.A I company who to hire or who to fire. The union can't '

delicious dessert course was make the company do any of these things-they will only

f served by the hostesses. I be done when the company is willing to do so.

HERE'S HO\V THE UNION CAN COST YOU YOUR .
VOTERS "BE KIND TO
JOB: If the union makes demands that the company

--- -.....--:- CANDIDATES SEASON" is cannot or will not agree to the union usually calls the

Say Merry Christmas nearly here. Cheer up all the employees out on ,strike. In the event of such a strike

with Electrical GiftELECTRIC boys, they'll feel let down soon the company intends to continue operating this plant
an enough and can lawfully and would be forced to hire replacementsto

take your jobs and you may then lawfully be dis
FRY PAN HAIR DRYER ATTENDS MEDICO-LEGAL charged. Will the union get you another good job? Will

FOOD MIXER CAN OPENER INSTITUTE the union pay you while you are out on strike? The union

not only will not pay your salary while you are out on
Randell H Rowe, Jr, local
CCI7EEMAKER: KNIFE SHARPENER at-I strike, you cannot get Unemployment Compensation while
torney, attended the statewide .
P REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER DISHWASHER I cal-Legal Institute held last weekend you are on strike. Your pay stops when you go on strike!

in Jacksonville. The Institute Has the union told you about these things?

WAFFLE BAKER STEAM AND DRY IRON k j I was: sponsored by the Continuing Think twice before you vote for the union.
Legal Education Committee of ,the
TOASTER JUICER Florida Bar Association, and was We, the management of Southern Plywoods, Inc., like

BLENDER POPCORN POPPER designed to further inform Florida to deal with you directly and not through out-of-town
lawyers of the latest medical and strangers. We do not want these strangers trying to
legal aspects of personal Injury
DEEP FAT FRYER RANGE tell you what to do and trying to tell us how to run our
suits and settlement of litigation
ROTISSERIE AUTOMATIC SAUCE PAN relative to damage cases. plant. .
The instruction was given by
ELECTRIC BAKER VIBRATOR prominent physicians and lawyers

who are recognized as outstanding HERN PL YWO I
STEREO-HIFI TELEVISION SET experts throughout the state and

AIR CONDITIONER READING LAMP nation.
JULIUS J STERN, President i
WASHER.DRYER SEWING MACHINE Readers do your .
December 11, 1959

VACUUM CLEANER CLOCK-RADIO ChristmasShoppingwith i .
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WAXER-POLISHER PROJECTORTAPE EAGLE will Wrap your Christ- Mrs A E Fralegh: and Mrs J ( I. Miss Sissy Wade and Miss Nancy '

I E-R advertisers! mas Gift FREE and Hold I Ashley spent the week end us '' students at Agnes Scott
Ocala, guests of Mr and Mrs R S College will arr:-.-e home today I'I''Smith
RECORDER ELECTRIC TOYS Until CHRISTMAS EVE
Williams III who have .
recent!: to spend the Christmas holidays
I
COUNTY COURTBill -- -
SHAVER VAPORIZER COLORED DEATH moved into their new home. with their families.
'
Mary} Jane Smith: age 93 lifelong
Guthrie, drunkenness, $25
HEATING PAD ELECTRIC BLANKET resident of Madison, pa.sed
or Bobby thirty Lee days.Guthrie, drunkenness, away at her home Friday, Decem- i COLUMBIA GLASS & PAINT CO. I
ber 11th, after extended ill
LAWN MOWER POST LANTERN $24 or thirty days. an :
ness. She was a irenuer; of the S. Marion a+.. Lake City Florida
Richard E Padgett, speeding sent-
St. James Missionary: Baptist church. '
GARAGE DOOR OPENER POWER TOOLS
ence withheld. She is survived by five grandchil- A\\"NINGVINDOVS: COMPLETE W/SCREENS i J

EAGLE will Wrap your Christ-i men; Eliza Hawes, Sammie Williams AND GLASS

I' mas Gift FREE and Hold and Edward Jimmy Riley all of' 19 1/8 x 26 7/8 . . . . . . . $12.66 ri
Madison, Haynes of Lake-
OTHER Until CHRISTMAS EVE I land and Willie George Bullock of i 37 x 38 3/4 . . . . : . . . $17.45
FOR
J L Sims left Bartpw. 10 great grandchildren and 37 x 50 5/8 . . . . . . . . $21.20
Mrs Monday to
ELECTRICAL GIFT SUGGESTIONS, I Jl great great grand children. 18" x 68" PLATE GLASS DOOR !MIRRORS $19.90
spend a few days in Lake City '
SEE YOUR APPLIANCE DEALER! Funeral services will be held
with her daughter, Miss Ruth Sims. Sunday December 20th, at 3 p. min Jalousie Windows & Doors, Glass Sliding Doors,
Miss Sims will celebrate her birthday the St James Missionary Baptist : Shower Doors
while her mother is there. church. Burial will follow in Oak '
Miss Sims will arrive home Satur-. Ridge cemetery with Clifford Stall HOUSE PAINT UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED

day to spend the holidays. worth, manager of Beggs colored Outside White Mildew resistant $4.43 per Gal. I
funeral home, in charge.
Inside Latex, all colors $3.91 per Gal.
.
IL I f 1956 Buick, 1-owner VOTERS "BE KIND TO ALL PRICES CASH AND CARRY


R car, $995 I CANDIDATES nearly here. Cheer SEASON"up all the is COLUMBIA GLASS & PAINT CO.

'I i I boys, they'll feel let down soon #'
Lake Florida
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Bible Material: Luke 2.8-14; Acts 11:19-
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Devotion Reading: Isaiah 927. THEST Z'


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pHRlSTMAS TIME Is giving ? \
'. -.J time; but not all "giving" Is
'J Christian. When a man at a race
,; track drops a quarter Into the Sal
vatlon Army lassie's tambourine,
that isn't giving, it's only a tip to
, Lady Luck. When you give something CHRISTMAS 'rt
1. to your Aunt Ginny although I
\ you hate to do it, I ti I .. tI
but you know t J
your cousin is I I
going to send her i
something, and j a OF
you hate to of-
fend the old lady, I
I that isn't giving,
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it's just protect- : k
ing your Inter- I e ..' 1 ii'i

sats when-- van :. ALL .l f. ;
have a "secret Dr. Foreman
pal" and you put a present for her ii
I (or him) under a tree, knowingthat ..- IL
your s.p. will have one there f : ,
for you, that isn't giving, it's a : ,
' game of swapping. When you give I
away an old garment that .you
'. don't want to be seen in any more, :1
that Isn't giving, It's Just cleaningout :
fl' your closet. :

V Tray Giving

The grace of Christmas is Christian -
giving. When Is giving Christian
? When it costs the giver
,something,when it Is worth giving,
. and when the one who is to receiveit -c:
really needs It. I might save up ;, I
my money and spend a lot of it on II
a set of plumber's tools for Aunt I
Ginny, that present would cost me
something but Aunt Ginny would a
have no earthly use for it. While .
it's fresh In our minds it would
hurt none of us to go over bur
Christmas shopping list for 1959 ".THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
and see how much of it was Chris- ALL FOR THE CHURCHThe

tian. Church is the greatest factor on earth for Mommy said that this year I could help trim the tree, if I'd be very
All the same, giving is the ,
the special grace, of Christmas.grace It II IIis the building of character and good citizenship. careful. The ornaments are so shiny and bright,' and it's such fun to

a fitting way to celebrate God'setreatest It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a 'idecide where to put them. .
gift to us. It was about
I' strong Church. neither democracy nor civilizationcan I
three Christ centuries that the after Christian the birth church of survive. There are four sound reasons why Mommy let me help fix our little creche, too. I put in the figure I

set a definite date for his birthday. every person should attend services regularly and l of the Christ Child and He looked so pretty all sort of pink and I
Once begun, the church never gave support the Church. They are: (1) For his ,

" up this.custom..But. the.essence of_ I own sake. (2) For children sake. (3) For gold, I

Christmas is not Santa Claus, not t the sake of his community and nation. (4) For We fixed the creche first because Mommy said that we must always -
the tree nor the yule ,
mistletoe, nor the lights log nor in the the I the sake of the Church itself, which needs his remember that Christmas is, first of all, the Christ Child's

windows, charming as all these I moral and material support. Plan to go to birthday. When we finish trimming the tree, Mommy is going to read I
.may be. The essence of ChristmasIs church regularly and read Bible daily.
the grace of Christmas and tho I I your us the story about the first Christmas about the shepherds and

grace of Christmas is Giving. ._ the angels about the Wise Men and their star about the little
Not Always Things Day Book Chapter Verses
Jesus, born in Bethlehem, in a manger.
Most of us think of gifts as -'
Sunday Isaiah 4 2 -
things, things scales that weigh some Monday Luke 2 7-11 Mommy told I me the story before but she says that this year I'm
thing on the things that
can be put Into a pretty box and Tuesday Luke 2 12-16 big enough to stay .up with the rest and hear her read it. And, of course mi
be wrapped up. Sometimes the best Wednesday Luke 2 17-21 '11. I
we Church, and Mommy says I can carry my fur muff.
present may not be a thing of that Thursday Matthew 2,. 1-6 -
kind at all. Our Bible story from Friday Matthew i 10.15 I think this is going to be the .best ChnstmasJ've! ever hadl
Acts is as much Christmas
I a storyas Saturday Luke 46-55 ,.. ", I
the one from Luke for both
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have to do with Giving. The story .,
In Luke tells of God's gift to us. I
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First we see the Christians at Antioch I
J.
. giving the good news to that I
city. Since Christians had then no i
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prestige whatever and were few in
number, their "speaking to the \ Copyright 9Sf,tteitttt Mr.s.iee,Strttburt..V 1( I

Greeks" must have been personal A .1'sAlhr+ k'.wtii. ,
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conversations, not public sermons. RVR.yy .'/ "':;:,::"".'.'.']'.I::"->"r.;"::::::>: <-<,>>::%r-; ,j.w'l.ffi'f /,:.,. "","',r..j-,, : '".,,y... ,!"',;'..', ;
They shared their faith, and that
was the best gift of all. Faith can- .
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not be wrapped in a package and .4ii..4:
it weighs nothing on the parcel
post scales. But it is more valuable These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week, Sponsored by the Following Individuals antI ;
than any parcel that was Insured
this or any Christmas. Establishments:
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At Oar Doors e e e e e e .H .H .HWW .. N e .
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Our Christmas-grace story from I
Acts also tells of a different kind MADISON DRUG STORE BUDDY SMITHHARDWARE WESTERN AUTO STORE :
of giving, which was Christian too.
There are times and occasions The Rexall Store DUNN FURNITURE CO. !
j. j.
Sale Jr., Owner
when the "spiritual" gift Is not the
l thing. Saint James saw this clearly. Phone HU 3-2300. Madison, Fla. Madison.! Florida Phone HU 3-2385, Madison. Fla. MADISON, FLA.
He raises the question with some
Phone HU
one who has Just sent a needy case -. 3-2340
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away, with a blessing but with an I
empty basket "Go in peace," this t .. .. .-..
person had said, "be warmed and
fed. If any one should ask him MESSER
whether he gave that poor widow J. B. DAVIS, In c.

anything, he would have said, "Of BATTERY & TIRE CO.1IORROW INSURANCEAGENCY QUALITY CLEANERS
course. I gave her my blessing, Madison, Florida
didn't I? I expressed my earnest .
MADISON, FLORIDA When
your clothes
Madison Florida are not beREGISTER'S
prayer that she would find warmth
and a square mea!."" "But you SERVICEcoming to you they should roe .
didn't give her any firewood or AUTO
groceries" "No-I gave some- Phone HU 3-6450 Madison Fla. coming to us Phone HU 3-2255
thing much better because it was .
spiritual: a benediction." 0 non- .. BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. FRALEIGHASHLEYTRUCK .
sense! James says such a man's .
"faith" Is dead. John a spiritual "".:.. Wiring and Repair-Appliances & TRACTOR CO. CANTEY MOTOR CO.CHERRY'S "66" SERVICE
.
man If ever one lived, wonders if :- STATION .
MADISON FLORIDA _
such a man has the love of God Madison, Florida
Phone HU 3-2241 Madison. Fla. -
in him at all. Spiritual gifts are Madison Fla.
I the beat gifts-but if they go along
with material selfishness, they are
not gifts at all. A benediction may
be an expression of the grace of . e . . rBSA_
Christmas; but so may a sack of
I potatoes. A Christmas gift is one
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fish, crabs, Florida lobsters and
TOY TOWN
is I now open at
shrimp. Tarpon fishing a
it's !
1iNTRPll1SC-RCOllDEH. favorite sport, and game and Madison Home Center p : 1rostiee man

fish attract sportsmen from all
h+auiu0 m HMUJMWSU AUCULTURAI AIID WOUSTBIAI UMTU Of oatn Fl.CIlu.t. ROOT
MADISON FLORIDA over the nation. Tourists are rO$t. BEER"tl a t.

Telephone HU 3-6361 111 S E. SHELBY ST. an important contribution to i fdinutes of the Board of ,
Published Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance
Weekly.
the and at I
county's economy,
Per Year
Renewals $4.00
Delayed Public InstructionNovember
Punta Gorda a mile-long I GREENVILLE OVERCOMES and Ctfcil Sistrunk scored 13 points

Advertising Rates Made Known on Application stretch of concrete and steel, I 19, 1939 JASPER I each for the winners, while Fortner
Greenville High School's basketball accounted for 18 points for Jasper.
The Board
met in
_ Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June part Qf. a former highway j regular ses-
sion on the above date with the team defeated Jasper last Friday I Jasper girls the same night edged I
25.. 1908, under Act of March 8. 1879. bridge, extends out into the II .
I following members present: Messrs. night 49 to 37. Luther Pickets I the Greenville girls 36 to 33.Wr
deepest waters of the harbor William H Bailey, Marcus W Cherryand
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT, JR. I
T P McLeod.:
and makes an admirable fishing The meeting was
AND ASSOCIATES
pier. Peppers, tomatoes, cucum-; called to order by the chairman _
Mr Cherry.
MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 bers, squash, cabbage, egg The secretary gave a detailed re- 2'1
NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 plants and watermelons are port of fire damage at Madison

CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908T. shipped in carload lots during Training School, and that repair THE TPOCBLE wrrrt mosr\
work had been completed. The /lJOME J IS THEIR TROr16tE
C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. the trucking season. Leading total amount of damage to this wrrH mosr metf. > You'll praise cur store
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C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor staple crops are field peas and building was $4,093.12. Proof of

MRS. A. W. V.A NN, City Editor forage crops. Oranges and loss in the amount of 4093.12 has r to the skies when yourrepairman
been filed with the insurance com-
MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager grapefruit are grown commer- pany for payment.The .

cially, and other citrus fruits, chairman conducted an informal 1. sees our

sides to the question, and thE bananas, mangoes, papayas, discussion of Change Order
Well In StrideThe and. No. 2 concerning the library and
drug companies will bring ui p:I coconuts, strawberries, science buildings at North Florida -" complete line of Auto

pre-Christmas activity the cost of research, promotioi L other semi-tropical fruits are Junior College. Formal action on ,

fs well in stride now, and will and one thing and another. grown. Gladioli are grown commercially -:. the Change Order will. be taken at Parts. Have him come
the December meeting.The
dogged too, wit and the raising of
increase in tempo until They are l Board discussed needed repairs -
Christmas Eve passes. We had taxes and restrictions every. beef cattle is a big industry. at the Cherry Lake School. A in without
I
a good shower Saturday morn- time they turn around, as al]1 l The county was formed in motion was offered by Mr McLeod .-4 delay.

ing, which slowed things somewhat of us in business are, but still]t 1921 from the southwestern I seconded secretary by ,Mr Mr Bailey R R,Dugan instructingthe and:

but then the sky cleared the testimony makes it quite e section of old DeSoto county Mr William Bailey to inspect con

and people were busy again. It clear that they have been taking and was named for Charlotte I. ditions of this school and make a

seems that we are beginning advantage of us. If the Bay Harbor. Next week, Citrus I recommendation necessary to repairs the Board; motion concerning

our Christmas activity earlier people who use their products county. I carried.

than we used to begin, and per were reasonably well off and There being no further business, r AUTO PARTS Inc.
LISTEN! for those red- the Board ,
adjourned.
haps that is better, though we could buy them or leave them -
s/MARCUS W CHERRY, JR. Chrm, Auto, Truclc. : and Farm:Trdctor Parts -
will be last- alone as they might wish, per- '
there
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minute rush just as well as haps it would not be so bad;; hot EAGLE Dep't. Store GRIFFIN BISHOP, Secretary. __JPIKN: [ ":STM ;Ft ;' PlibiteP'HW3-2221:

heretofore. There are more of but their customers are those specials onVMAF Corn $1.15 in Jasper LIVE OAK, FLA., PH. FO 2-2329; QUTTMAN GA., PR 4401
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us now, though, than formerly. that are sick, many of them

The country is growing in short of funds even, if not -

population, Florida is growing I destitute, and charging them -

much faster even than the unduly high prices is unfor- .

country as a whole, and Madison -I givable. Excessive prices, of a See The Amazing Display of Lovely

county, traditionally rather virtual monopoly and shutting
4iL GREEN STAMP MERCHANDISE in the
conservative, with its new colleges -I off production, as in the case

and its new industries is of the'recent steel strike, are

growing too. In fact, the world I among the things that tend to
I
is growing even to the extent turn people, however reluctant,,

that some want to take our tax I more towards the idea of the 49tGreen Stamp

money to teach people to keep socialist state.Acclaimed.

human beings from coming in- ,

to being, on the allegation that
I A King
world production cannot sup

port the world population. And President Eisenhower had a Mobile .Store r

this in face of the fact that I great time in India, where he

only a quarter of a century was acclaimed a king, or even .

ago the United States govern greater, even though several 1

ment paid people to plow up British papers say he wasn'tso _

their cotton and toss little I hot with the Indian Parlia- > f4h; ::) f .. '!"' 1; O { }

pigs into the river and in the ment. Be that as it may, he '.'w.. .,u. '" .. ." '_" <<..'r". ." *, :. ,:'. ..f.uy.::"':.." "
past few years under the high- j did hear the plaudits of :::. ':::'Y "'.<':" 'Jtf;>=:;!:;J("'><*:-: :::" + 1'I: ff'' ;::fJj
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sounding of soil bank ; ,'#',,8. ,:>> N.liill. jf.3J.. >>,). ,i. .,.. E. ..., .
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has paid people to sit down and'! one time, according to the UPI, h': ". .: 1...: ,Y :::" + : S. T ,. : 5J/!: t ;;..li' .
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which said that he received ; 'f'! la '
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Eat All You TakeFood anyone in India, including the >SGr >> _.
late Mahatma\ Gandhi whom
is however viewed'I
the writer considers one of the }
'world-wide, a stupendous prob-
i greatest men who ever lived. t
loin. It is said-and have
we millions of
From the teeming
ro doubt the statement is : left Sun-
: India, the President j
correct that in India where
t
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I day for Tehran, where heavy
President Eisenhower recently ;, skies over the whitecapped1S.000foot

visited, there are large numbers peaks of the Elburz r i I

of people, perhaps run- mountains threatened snow and
ning into the millions who do1
s
bitter cold; however, the re- .
not know what it is ever to be
to
ception there was as
Have had a full stomach i
.j I warm as the weather was cold.
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Naturally, in the President's : Next stop was to be Athens, Don't miss seeing this "store-on-wheels" attractively arranged to show you the vast collection of high- :
talks with Prime Minister\ ;, .
i and ultimately Paris, where it quality S & H Green Stamp merchandise. Courteous attendents will be on hand to answer your questions
Nehru food important1topic
was an
possible a sour note mightbe
of discussion. And even I was General about America's oldest, best known savings plan. The plan that redeems more stamps than all other plans
i sounded, following
in our own country, where we I Twining's remarks of a few combined. The whole family will enjay this unique "Store On Wheels." It will be open for your inspection.

like to think we have so much, ![ days ago.CreatFish.

everybody doesn't have enough I!

to eat. Instances of malnutri- .
CountyCharlotte WINN-DIXIE Food
tion are reported from time to :( StoreThursday

time, and some could be found i I county, located in

even in our own county. Regardless : the southwestern part of the

of one's financial ability -, state, is about a fifth largerin and Friday

we dp not believe a single I area than Madison\ county SAVE q r

bit of food should be wasted. but has a population only a
I December 17 18
"\Ve. like the advertisement that I little more than a third that ,

some smorgasbord-style restau- : of Madison county. Counting its 12 NOON
I
rant published, Take all you frontage both on Charlotte Harbor .
TILL CLOSING TIME
want, come back for more as Bay and on the Gulf oJ Ltyr c

often as you wish, but eat all Mexico, it has one of the
The "store-on-wheels" is designed to assist customers -
you take.Those I longest coast lines in the state' who live more than 20 miles away from a redemption -

and Punta Gorda, the count! center. Select your merchandise from the

That Are SickFrom seat, has one of the largest harbors gifts on display-then place your order with one of

in Florida. The county if s the attendents who will be ready to serve you.
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testimony that came noted primarily for its higlfish
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out before the congressional production, both cbmmef: 00 D St O1 Don't Miss This Opportunity

committee, it seems that at I cial and. sports. It is one of th -
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least some of the big drug; leading commercial fishin =

-companies have been hijackingus. i I centers in the state and mar i 1

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your list fashion jewelry.
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CHRISTMAS SPECIAL SILVERPLATE % beads simulated pearls radiant"gems"
$9.95 SET TRAY $21.95 I
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creamer set $12.50 TRANSISTOR RADIOS rosary A '
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PROGRAM tory of scouting, the scout oath which will be on a much more ex- arrives Monday to spend the holidays r
with her mother, Mrs T (
Scoutmaster Jim Hardee and and aims, activities of the local tensive scale this year.
Boy Scouts Freddie Hughes, Jimmy troop and needs of the local Scout In addition to distributing bas- Coody.--.
Davis and Dwayne Norris gave hut at the recreation center. At kets to needy families the Club

the program at the Lion's Club present the boys are meeting at :: to have a Santa Claus on Corn $1.15 in Jasper service that
meeting Tuesday. The Club for the Armory on South Range street. the streets handing out candy, gum,
years has sponsored the troop here. Dr Harrison made a report on etc.voted. insures the

best reception


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CH 2-1515 128 N. Patterson Valdosta, Ga -GOLDEN and Mrs ANNIVERSARYMr James Oscar McDonald When buying your

will observe their Golden

Free Delivery You it with credit at Dowlings Wedding Anniversary at their E-R from Newsboys .
can get 1 \ home in Cherry Lake Sunday after- Please
DO
NOT
,0> ( park in the
noon, December 20th, between the
hours of three and five o'clock. street and make your newsboy run
out into the street to make a sale.
No invitations
are being sent out
Kindly pull over to the
curb.
locally, but all friehds are cordially -
Our
newsboys have instructions
Please invited omit to come. I to STAY OUT of the streets, and
: gifts.
;Ft
:'.. we will appreciate your co-operat
ing with us AND THEM for
i MISS MARSDEN, MR HENRY THEIR
SAFETY. Thank
you very
tI t .<. TAKE VOWS much.
1 i'yd Mt :
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The First Church of the Nazarene .....

'. ,. in Kissimmee, was the settingfor EAGLE will Wrap your Christ-
r the marriage of Miss Judy mas Gift FREE and Hold
s Marsden, daughter of Mr and Mrs Until CHRISTMAS EVE

Doer Marsden of Winter Park and "........... ....,
Carey Henry of Orlando, son of
Mr and Mrs Virgil Henry of Madison NOTICE TO CREDITORS
at 2:30 p m Dec 5 with the
pastor, Rev Fred Toms, officiatingat Florida StatutesIN
M TIlE COURT OF TIlE COUNTY
the double ring ceremony.Mrs .
JUDGE MADISON COUNTY
Joyce: Purvis was Matronof FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.
honor and only attendant. She In re: Estate of John Milton Blount.
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',tl11 a x "y'tp wore a ballerina length gown of Deceased.
light blue chiffon over net and TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS -
/) taffeta and carried pink carnations. I HAVING CLAIMS OR DE-
4Y w 2 I S/Sgt Virgil Henry was his MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
You and each of you are hereby
: brother's best man.
I, The bride was given in marriageby notified and required to present
claims and demands ,
any which you
her father. She chose a white 1 or either of you, may have against
1I 1- embroidered chiffon gown with a j the estate of John Milton Blount,
scalloped hemline. Her fingertip deceased, late of said County, to
.. veU+ was attached to a crown of the County Judge of Madison County -
.N, seed pearls and white sequins and Florida, at his office in the
she carried a white Bible topped court house of said County at
m da with American beauty red. rose Madison, Florida, within eight calendar -
: buds. months from the time of the
;
I first publication thlb notice.
\ oft
! The couple left immediately after
Each claim or demand shall be in
I .. ,Y < the ceremony on a wedding tripto writing and shall state the placeof
South Florida. residence and post office address -
.r- The bride chose a royal blue of the claimant. and shall be
o- wool suit with black accessores for I sworn to by the claimant, iJs agent
a her going away suit' with the rosebuds or attorney, and any such claim or
Bowling's has a good selection from her bridal bouquet. After I demand not so filed shall be void.
sRALPH N BLOUNT, As administrator -
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their trip they will make their
,., S of Charming Early American. i of the Estate of John
I home at 1219-lSth Street, Or- Milton Blount deceased.First .
s : a${ We invite home makers tow lando. publication December 4, 1959.
b

I _ k, come in and let us show you

I. ? R -. .. this quality furniture. You'll .

be pleased with the modest
j! TIMBER WANTED!
I prices and convenient terms.r '
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of quantity; selective cutting orS
i' t -: Patterson, Valdosta, Ga. and whole tracts. Please call ADEL.
! GEORGIA 7161 or 7501, COLLECT,
; ti : see these lovely groupings as or write

r .S 1 _- : .,r- __ __ : wen as browse through and DEL-COOK TIMBER CO. -

Ii' see the many other items of P. O. Box 439

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FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK Brought To You Weekly By Home Center
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:. \\. AN IMPORTANT-BIG- -GAME 'I JAR Howard S tu d till
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i VSKLMSP SPECIES IN FLORIDA BUCK ....IIIIIMI.III'
:I DEER MAV BE HUNTED L,_ I 1
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!t DEER ARE FOUND THRUOUT Lumber CI December Specials .
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..,.AM\AWjML FLORIDA FROM THE FORESTSIN : ( : AT
: .. THE NORTH' -' -

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'. DEER! j or/h EVERGLAW I ELMORE WILLIAMS of Lee do Thigpen'sGulf
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PIS ; SOUT- nsvi a you read the Fisherman Calendar? ServiceOn
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f '! r /m 1 U S 90 Madison, Florida :i

HU 3-9942
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l -- FOR THE WEEK DECEMBER 20 THRU DECEMBER 27 .
CAR LUBRICATION $1.00 i
t BUCKS SHED -
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.4 t !' AND GROW .-, Time for rICh Dar, Tells Wt+ea Fish Bite Best" BATTERY CHARGE .. 75c
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/ ANEW SET!

/ \ y ,OF ANTI.ER5- SUN MCN TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN TIRE REPAIR .. ... .. 75c
A (EACH YEAR 20 21 I 22 23 I 24 I 25 I 26 I 27
POE AGE OF DEER )I8)4De -S -= 1 YJ CAR WASH .. .. .. 1.00
t ? Silt ', \ IS JUDGED r 4:56 5:42 6:29 7:16 8:06 8:59 9:54 1054
AWN AND BY CONDITION AM AM AM: AM Ail AM AM AM: ANTI-FREEZE installed $2.75
OF TEETH NOT
I I BY NUMBER
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OF ANTLER* Blacker_ the Fish Setter the Day for Fishing 1 Let us service your car or truck
\ POINT s \ cI during the holidays

I t AVERAGE FLORIDA /IIIIRT

HOWARD STUDSTILL
l WRIThTA1LEYDEER. i
WANTS NEWS FROM HOME
THE DOE FAWNS HIPES.Hg"J *ss- STANDS 32" TO 36 HIGH AT Nat Norfleet, who is undergoing
YOUKie
WHEN DANGER IS NEAR IF THE SHOULDER*WEI6HS 55 TO 125 IBS. LUMBER COMPANY treatment in Bethesda, Md, gets
vVOU FIND ONE DONer'8CTH The E-R it,
weekly enjoys reading
.MA '\ WlJ.RE-.URN. FLORIDA (SAME AND FRESH,
=- WATER FISH COMMISSION HU :S-6106 MADISON, FLORIDA and would like to receive letters
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Clinical Center, 13th floor, room
COMPLETE PEST CONTROL 215E, Bethesda, Maryland.
GIFTS ?1.00 UP THINKING


I. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. j ABOUT MOREINSURANCE BURKE FREE EXTERMINATING INSPECTION CO. LISTEN! for those red-

.109 S. PATTERSON STREET
VALDOSTA, GEORGIA ? JACK BURKE, JR., Entomoiogist hot EAGLE Dep't. Storespecials

111 East Green St.,
Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course
I ICALL Phone 293JPERRY onPrecisionware WMAF !

New Machines $59.50 and up FLORIDAWe

Kitchen Cabinets
exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and
VALDOSTA CH 4-2304 COLLECT /
Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
Service in 24 Hours i'

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J. I NAVACO AWNINGS i Expense-paid trip for gO.farm couples: !:

MOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY
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SPORTING NEEDS Christmas Program ; bya l

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Q EVINRUDE MOTORS i And Pageant BIG

CAMERAS & SUPPLIES sr at-ai--
FISHING TACKLE The annual Joy Gift programand
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Christmas pageant will be givenat
BROWNING WINCHESTER the Presbyterian church Sunday i
GUNS BEMUbA'I
REMINGTON afternoon December 20 at 5:30 ; ,
HOBBY CRAFT dock, directed oy Mrs W F I
Brown. The choir will assist with II
COMPLETE PHOTO SHOP I
special music. All arc invited. .
SPORTING GOODSLAMBRETTA Mr andMrs Harry Drake and '-" HOLIDAy
_. MOTOR baby of Panama City are spending 1
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SCOOTERS several weeks here with Mr and C. E. QUICK /
Mrs Beasley Cole. .
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THE SPORT CENTERCastle LISTEN! for those red- MADISON. FLORIDA In February, 1960, 20 winning '

Park Shopping Center couples in the Allis-Chalmers '

VALDOSTA, GA. hot EAGLE Dep't. Store ADAPT-A-PLAN. Fall Purchase Contest will va-

This Gulf Life agent can tell you cation hi balmy Bermuda and
specials WMAF how. with A .
Plan
on Is Adapt adaptable.- For your example touxanc visit fabulous New York City.
a family Income plan can
also provide substantial retirement ;
I. !Doom.. Give him a call Contest is easy to enter- i..., t

THE YIELD IS UpON J SAVING AT today: by doing part of ;your spring w
B BBQC nBBBBE2SZ2&5 33S9BB "
t equipment buying now
Mrs Charls Pelote of Atlantic
VALDOSTA FEDERAL Beach was the guest of Mrs A E:
Fraleigh and Mrs J G Ashley a Real opportunity to win- + i
J ANNOUNCING- few days this week. entr'f .1 M

Chalmers customers whose -

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the year 7 e /i : ., .1.i 6.-5- (1

I II E-R advertisers! E.ir
i II BE A WINNER! Plan to .

I I II Pfc Harry E (Sonny) Cason son],I join the other winning couples r
I of Mr & Mrs J W Cason of Cherry
for a week of fun and -
Lake will arrive home Dec. 23rd to sun. i
I 4pAnticipated: spend the Christmas holidays. Pfc SEE US FOR THE DETAILS x .
Cason is
serving with the 68th
II I dividend rate on insured Engr. Co. Parts Depot in RIGHT AWAY! r.
II I savings payable December 31, 1959 Schwartzein: Gennany.CONSTRUCTION.

I, FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST Cealtd_ ivlfaf to ftdbral. liott end local low*.
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I I II THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON Howerton Supply Co. (Inane*row.dim.pwctctt of lam totfipmynf.

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The New. Mr and Mrs Bob Sawyer of Port- i
land Oregon are guests of Mr andMrs ALLCHALME
E F Dickinson. They will also uus aums .
visit in South Florida before re- -.. SALES AND RYICJW
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acre in NEU of SWU, Sec 3, Tp
II LANDDEAIS; l 1NR6E.

Joseph P Hurley, Bishop of the Something New for MadisonCOMPLETE
GIVE NORGE APPLIANCES I
Diocese of St Augustine to Catholic
Burse Endowment Fund Inc, 44
REFRIGERATORS, STOVES. WASHERS Nettie Gaskin and Virginia John-I acres in Sec 24 and 25, Tp 1 N, BUILDING SERVICE ;
HOME FREEZERS son to T B Moore and wife quitclaim R9E.B .
deed to 120 acres in Sec 27,I If you need help in building or
C Daniels Thelma Hazel

1st Payment Due February 15th, 1960 Tp2NR7E.C E Petree and wife to George i Heines and hasband to William. Bruce planning or NE'V'or USED .
Daniels, Doris Dean Daniels, and
Shaw and wife 57 acres in Cherry BUILDING MATERIALS-We have
Maxie Cljde Daniels, approximately
QUTTMAN ELECTRIC CO. Lake Farms project I 18? acres in Sec 1 and 2, Tp 2 N, it. .
A T Gibson to Newport Indust-! R 10 E an undivided % interestto .. .
ELECTRIC PLUMBING & HEATING Co.'I ries Company resinous pine stumps!. each party.Goodyear. Let us WRECK YOUR HOUSE!
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on 220 acres in Tp 1 S, R 10 E,
FIXTURES, APPLIANCES, LAMPS, TELEVISION Raymond L Norris to John L .
Martin and wife two acres in $12.951
PAUL B. WILLIAMSON
P RADIOS HOME REMODELING & FINANCING Cherry Lake Farms.J Tires ,

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Johnnie Bowen, Phone 4551, Quitman, Ga. L Sullivan and wife to James I
Teford Sullivan: 4664/5 acres in 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type, EnterprisesIiU
Sec 22Tp2NFt8E. plus tax and recappable tire. ,
3-6781 MADISON, FLA.
i J L Sullivan and wife to W C

i Sullivan 345 acres in Tp 1 S, Rs I MESSER
New HomesWe G-E AppliancesHowerton 10 ani 11 E. I PAUL B. WILLIAMSON ROBERT H. WILLIAMSONOwner

JoeVilliams and wife to Madison Associate
No. 1 flooring, No. 1 Battery & lire Co.
use Supply Finance Company Lot 30, Blk B, MRS. MARTHA WILLIAMSON. SecretaryTreasurerdisappointSanta
siding, 6 sills, 2x8 floor joists. '
Bills and floor joists termite treated, Vickers Addn.
Our B&P Inc to John F Scott V -l I
all
termite shields over bases.
two and three-bedroom homes arefame
price as those that use No. 2
lumber and 3 sills.Write
! Don't !
SPARKS BEST HOMES
Madison, Florida


EASTERN STAR HIGH OFFICIAL .
HONORED AT GREENVILLEA

covered dish supper honored
national chapter officers and: com-
mittee members Saturday night,
when the Greenville chapter, Orderof

the Eastern Star, entertained. -, u.., -
Honored were: Mrs Mamie Lander Y a 1.;, 3. .r
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past worthy grand secretaryof
the general grand chapter and
past grand matron of the grand
chapter of Florida; George Hastings :
right worthy associate grand a.
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patron of the general grand chap-
ter and past grand patron of the .n
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grand Chapter of Colorado; Mrs
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Marion Neeb, worthy grand Mar- .
tha of the general grand chapter .x .- 4 ,4
and general chairman of the
triennial session of general grand

chapter in Miami Beach in 1961 ..
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and past grand matron of Florida:

Mrs Esther Bush, chairman of the %f
Pusan Children's Charity Hospitalin
Korea and past grand matron ofAhe
grand chapter of Florida.
Other past grand matrons pre-
sent were Mrs Thelma Hastingspast
grand matron of the grand
chapter of Colorado; Mrs Ethel .j
Haynes, Mrs Esther Bush and Mrs 4 y'"

Lena Bird of the Grand. Chapterof
Florida. 'I Y C.
Grand chapter officers present :': .
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included Mrs Emmalu Brown, .
grand conductress, Mrs Adele Ct .:
Robertson, Past Grand Martha, and

Mrs Ha Bowers Grand Instructor, f :. +;
District 6, as well as many worthy
matrons, worthy patrons, past r 4 a
matrons ani past patrons. Mrs

Rosa Leggctt Associate matron 4h..: .. .
presided over this special meeting
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when two candidates Mrs Lavada t :

Rudd and Mr Frazer Rudd, were a
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initiated.
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Christmas greenery and red \_- :
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Madison High School's basketball vco.no.T .
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team overcame Monticello here .
last Friday night 49 to 36. Floyd .
paced the winners with 14 points
.while Adams added 13 points, also BE REALLY REFRESHED The odgo1 e man'sad a long trip,"and

for the winners.In .
the preliminary game the from the North Pole to the South Seas, nothing is so refreshing as the cold crisp taste

Madison juniors also won 48 to 33.
Barry Groover scored ten of Madi- of Coca-Cola. It's as bright and bracing

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1: 'FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1959 THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA PAGE FIFTEEN"

i 1i i JOHN W WADSWORTH CITY COMMISSION rized to secure bids for a new G-E Electric Ranges '

:, 14 PROCEEDINGS patrol car.There HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.
'. being'no further business, _
.l Registered SurveyorPhone the Commission approved the bills

I HU 3-2372 MADISON, FLORIDA for payment and adjourned Are your brakes safe?

[ MADISON. FLORIDA December 1, 1959 V M FOLSOM, MAYOR


I I ;.. with The the Commission following met present this: J date L ATTEST ALEX H: SMITH, CLERK I If not, drive in today to

Brinson, V M Folsom, and Van H I

RepossessionsRepossessions Priest. FOX G0B0CARTS: I
411
I W. B. Davis Jr. Minutes of the previous meeting HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. McWILUAMS GARAGESelman's

Just about half the adult popu- were approved

! REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: lation shave every day; the A committee from the Madison I

ACREAGE FARMS other half use lipstick. Why not Training School PTA appeared before -
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL supply them and other good 1959-Pacermaker 40' x 8' 2 br. the Commission and requested
and cosmetics needs?
grooming
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL the City to pick up trash and cans
1958-Magnolia 45' x 10' 2 br
APPRAISALS Write today. AVON, Box 3103,
once a week at the
The
w. washer school.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE MSS, Tallahassee, Fla.
Commission took no action but
TITLE INSURANCE " ,###" " ," ,,. 1957 Cardonial 50' x 8' 3 br
stated that they would take the
112 West Base Street
MADISON. FLORIDA FOUND: Jewelry initials UJMNS.If 1953-Travelite 30' x 8' 1 br matter into consideration.The n

Phone HU 3-6277 you want em, see LETHA Mc- following letter was received
PICK UP PAYMENTS
Room and
KINNEY Book
near
from the
Southeastern Telephone

Broadus pay for ad. 15-2t-ch KELLER'S MOBILE Company: SundriesDO

WilloughbyREALTOR November 30, 1959

City of Madison

Phone Office HU 3-6481 HOMES Madison, Florida YOUR SHOPPING WHERE YOU GET THE BEST

Residence HU 3-6481, Madison Attention: City Clerk VARIETY OF ANY STORE ITS SIZE IN MADISONAlso

MADISON, FLORIDA -, PERRY, FLORIDA Gentlemen: Personal Guidance if Needed

As you know we remit monthlyto
FOR SALE repairing done by set "doctors"We 14-3t-ch the City a subscribers' City Tax MEN ANDVOMEN'S ELECTRIC BLANKETS

One 2 bedroom house close in ,
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$'00.00 down, balance like rent. ,- - --- collected from the telephone sub- ELECTRIC RAZORS, FOR MEN AND WOMEN
HOME AND INCOME ,, scribers. Due to the refund of rates
One triplex, good condition- covering the period from May 1958 ALL KINDS OF GAMES AND A VARIETY OF TOYS TO

Edgewood S/D, $1500 cash, balance J. M. LASHLEY through August 1959 we have over- SELECT FROM COSMETIC SETS-STAINLESS STEEL,

monthly like rent. paid the City $1,894.09 on tax SILVERWARE-BILLFOLDS

One 3 bedroom, 2-bath house. Phone FO 2-1580 collected from subscribers.We .
Large lot, close in. $2500 down, LIVE OAK, FLA. would appreciate you ad- 0 CAMERAS CAMERA SUPPLIES FILMS TIMEX
balance 5% mortgage. WATCHES-ALL KINDS OF CLOCKS
L..sJ RT. 1, BOX 210 vising us how you woud like this

FOR RENT v PAINTING & WALL PAPER refund due Southeastern Telephone 6 BEST COSTUME JEWELRY
SELECTIQNS 9
One 3 bedroom house $55: month.
HANGING .
know how to diagnose your <
in,One$35.00 2 story month.frame house, close TV's ills and cure 'em fast Company to Yours be very handled.truly, Radios, Record Players, A large supply of the Latest

QUITMAN First Baptist Church O J Knox Jr Records Christmas Cards

FOR SALE: Duncan phyfe sofa anda Division Auditor 6 SCHRAFFT BOX CANDY DEALER HERE *

ROBERTS china cabinet., Roberts Drug MARJORIE Store, TELEVISION SERVICE Cantata SundayMuch The Commission OJKsb referred the We also have Good Eats for your stomach as well as

Madison. 15-lt-ch Good Fountain Drinks Coffee Materialat
or Reading
401 E Stevens St. matter to the City Attorney for
interest is shown in all times
FOR SALE: AB 110 Oats. Germi- We RepairRecordPlayersAutomobile being ,I ruling.
the cantata, 'The Nativity" to be
nation 94% purity, 99%. Late experiment RadiosA presented on Sunday evening, in The Commission approved thee IF YOU NEED :MEDICINE SEE US TRY US 0Selman's
statioin variety for graz- Few Choice SelectionsIN installation of a new street light
ing; no pests. CARL SMITH, Rt 2, USED TV SETS First Baptist Church by the com; at the NW Corner of Range and
bined choirs of that church and ol
Work satisfaction
Madison. 15-It-pd guaranteed
PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE the Park Avenue Methodist Churchof Rutledge Streets. I Sundries
FOR SALE: Large 30 in. wood OUR WAY OF SAYING Valdosta. The ensemble will consist The Commission authorized an

heater, nearly like new good con- "THANK YOU" of 40 voices, led by a group ol f: expenditure of $200.00 for Christ-I

dition, $23. Reason for sale, put- Phone 9481 Quitman, Ga. outstanding soloists from several]i mas lights. MADISON, FLORIDA

ting in oil heat. MRS SADIE Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers Valdosta churches. The City Manager was autho-

MAE THIGPEN, Greenville, Fla., The_cantata_ will be directed by
2 miles west on U S 90 15-lt-pd Alva Willaford.h regular director of
J. D.
ScruggsFORESTER the Madison Baptist Choir, and the
FOR SALE One registered Angus
: organist will be James Dasher, UNmQ UAL ED
bull- or will trade for one polled SURVEYOR composer of the cantata.

Hereford bull. SAMPALA FARM, REGISTERED. The part of Mary will be sung 7'
Ph. HU 3G188MADISON.
R 3, Greenville, Fla 15=tf-ch by Mrs Maurine Dugger while
FLA. Joseph will be sung by Paul Fis.her.1 I I l
FOR SALE: Six used house trailersin LIVE STOCK AUCTION director of the Park Avenue Choir.'I

good condition, some like new. SELL your cattle and hogs in our The role of the Inn-Keeper will be .
Small down payment and move sung by Lt. Wayne Knapp, of
auction each Monday. Sales start at
in. ROGERS TRAILER SALES, 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK Moody Field, while the InnKeeper'swife

U S 90 East, Phone HU 36555. YARDS, Monticello. Fla 3-tf-ch will be portrayed by Mrs CENERAL.ELECTRICSUPER
11-tf-ch Henry Hall. The part of the Angel

will be sung by Mrs Thomas Sex-
FOR SALE: One young bird dog.
and other solo will be
ton, parts
GARY TERRY. Pinetta, Fla.
TALBOTT PAINTAND taken by Mrs Betty Webb and
14-2t-pd Harris Dukes. AUTOMATIC

BEFORE SELLING your timberor The public is cordially invited to

timber land, please see me. \Ve attend this brilliant program on
WALLPAPER CO.AT .
are also interested in buying a Sunday evening.Inverness
limited amount of pine-hardwood
pulpwood delivered by truck to CASTLE PARK Girl Wins -

Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. VALDOSTA, GA. r .?

See write L.or P. call GIBSON free parkingWe State Bake-Off cl.R A N G E

Rt. 3, Madison Florida have a complete line of Dwoskla .
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 Wallpaper and 1500 colors of Paintsto
select from. Come in and seethe I Louise Brown, Madison high 1 OVEN anMINUTE
FOR RENT or FOR SALE: 5-room
Colorobot Machine operate. school girl, was one of six finalistsin
house, modern conveniences, with I the Florida Power Corporation'sannual .
6 land. MRS K. TIMER
carport, acres Cherry Pie Baking Contest
DEMBINSKI, Rt. 3, Madison, t I
For your grinding and mix- at the bake-off {i.n St Petersburg
Florida. 15-lt-pd
earlier this month.As Automatically Turns Oven On
ing on your farm, call WEST
One 3-bedroom champion: of her school and
FOR RENT: new .
house, on Cherry Lake, with all END MILLING COMPANY, of FPC's entire Northern division, -' and Off :while you're away.or

conveniences and fishing privil Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 Louise was accompanied to St. busy. Accurately Times Intervals

eges. Available Jan. 1. collect. Petersburg by FPC Home Service .
One large house on Range Streetin Adviser Mrs Emaline Carpenter. w from One to 60 Minutes
Madison. Available Jan. 1. She received a study lamp as.a division -
J 0 McDONALDS. 1, Pinetta, LISTEN! for {those red-I winner.

Florida. l4-3t-ch Miss Janet R Shelton. of Inver-
ness won the State bake-off and
I Christmas Glitter at the E-R.I hot EAGLE Dep't. Store:t' will represent Florida in the

Gold Green, White Bronze, non- National Cherry Pie Baking Contest -

toxic, double plated, will hold. specials o\VMAF\ in Chicago next February.
J Winner of that event. sponsored by
WANTED: One farm work horse; Red Institute,
the National Cherry
NOTICE OF BIDS
also wagon. Write LOWELL will receive a $500 college scholar- New No Cook Top
Notice is hereby given that the Drip
ODOM, Rt 1, Mayo, Fla. 16-lt-pd D C,
Board of County Commissioners of ship, a trip Washington J-310. '
WANTED: Some nice, soft, clean Madison County, Florida, will accept and a Hotpoint electric range. Pushbutton Surface Controls

rags. No buttons or woolens. THE bid on one motor grader as fol- Removable Oven Door for Cleaning EaseS189OO

ENTERPRISE-RECORDER. lows: CARD OF THANKS
KITCHEN One new diesel powered motor
MODERNIZE YOUR
grader, not less than 115 n. p., 13x
and PRE-
with G-E appliances
24 eight ply tires, not less than
CISIONW ARE CABINETS. Up I wish to express my deep ap-
23,000 lbs gross weight, tandem
to 5 years to pay. Call or write preciation and thanks to my many
I drive, steel cab with wind-
open
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. HU friends for the visits, flowers and
shield, mufflers, 12 ft. mold board,
3-6681, Madison. Fla. 7-tf-ch I! cards during my stay in the hos-
I with and without power shiftable pital.I .
NO Hunting, No Fishing, No TreS-! mold board, power booster steering, i
especially want to thank the
farm. WALTER standard transmission.
passing on my
Doctors and Hospital Staff at the
CONE Greenville, Fla. 1O-Gt-pd I A trade-in allowance must be
for their
Madison County Hospital F
made on one used A-C AD45. !
BANKFarm !I These bids will be opened at kindness and help while at the
FEDERAL LAND
I hospital. May God bless you all.
9:00 a. m. January 6, 1960. All
MRS. JAKE MILLIGAN HOWERTON CO1
Timber ranch Loans bids must be in prior to that time. --- SUPPLY
The Board reserves the right to
Low InterestSEE
Long Terms reject any and all bids.

THE REPRESENTATIVE AT DALE M. LESLIE Clerk Boardof Corn in
$1.15ch Jasper

THE EVERY MADISON TUESDAY COURT MORNING.HOUSF II County County, Florida.Commissioners Madison- :I South Duval St. $1 Phone HU 3-6681Madison, Fla.


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-- CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES I -

J. preaching CHURCH service every Sunday CHURCH-' Book Study 118 :N.Wednesday Orange St.7:30 p. m. Memo To CandidatesThe I Minutes of the Board of

WE WELCOME YOU A preaching Service every Sunday Service Meeting: Friday 7:30 p. m.
.
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m, morning Ministry School: Friday 8:30 p. m. Public Instruction

2nd and 4th'Sundays 7:30 p. m 1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. Bible lecture: Sunday 3:00 p. m.'
Watchtower Study: 1960 political campaign is I
School each
Sunday
2nd and 4th 11:00 m.
Sundays a.
close at hand, and The Enterprise-
Sunday at 10:00 a. in School Sunday. Sunday 4:15 p. m.
Sunday every Recorder like
would
to volunteerits
Prayer Service each 8:00 m 1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. Jumbo Hamburgers many services to all concerned. MADISON COUNTY. FLORIDA I

Wednesday p. 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. in. Choicest of Steaks and Sea Briefly, they are: December 2, 1959
Family Night covered Family Night Covered Dish Supper The Board met in regular session on
1. POLITICAL
dish Friday Foods at WHITE TOP ANNOUNCE-
supper
the above date with all members
Friday night after second Sunday MENTS. Let the deer know
7:30 mWoman's people
before 1st Sunday p.
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 present. The meeting was called to

Christian Service Woman's Society of Christian Ser- south of Madison. 3-lt-ch official E-R political announcement order by the chairman, Mr Cherry,

r meets Thursday after vice meets on Monday night after which runs every week as long as and opened with prayer by Mr
SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW
1st Sunday 8:00 p. methodist third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. you're in the race. McLeod.Dr .
M A F
Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meets 2. POLITICAL PRINTING. You'll. Marshall Hamilton, Presidentof fLAYOt 13AOED

alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on 7:30 7:55 A. M News Gospel Music need plenty of campaign cards, leaf-I North Florida Junior College, YEARS

i! Springs Tuesday after Tuesday after the 4th Sunday 8:00 Baptist Hour lets, and placards promoting your presented for approval the revised
virtues to the voters who read.
8:00 IN WOOD
i 4th Sunday p. a 8:00 1959-60 school
m. termA
p. 8:30 Gospel Music budget for the
3: POLITICAL ADVERTISING.Since .
1st Wednesday -'
Official Board meets The Official Board meets each 9:00 Revival Time 1865 your hometown gazettehas motion was made by Mr McLeod Pe-psl-Coi
numbered month
each even Bottling Company
service. month following the supper on 9:30 Gospel Concert proclaimed the virtue and denied seconded by Mr Smith, approvingthis Pn 171. Peril Fla.SlightCharge.
titer
Commission prayer Education meets, Family Night. 10:00 News the lie about a long succes- budget and instructing the

1st Wednesday on each odd numbered: P. K. 'ROWELI, S. S. Supt. 10:05 Sunday Serenade sion of office seekers. Keep the secretary to forward same to lion.
10:45 Prelude to Worship I
month after prayer service. :MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE, Treas. tradition going in 1960. Thomas D Bailey, State Superin- .

JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt., C. B. DAVIS PASTOR 11:00 12:00 News Morning Worship 4. RENTAL SERVICE. The E-R I tendent of Education, for final approval _
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maintains a batch of those famous
SURLES HARRY M
THOMAS The motion was carried.
12:15 Afternoon Melodies
Used-Good typewriters (for writing
COCHRAN, Asst's.C. LEE METHODIST CHURCH 1255 News notes Revised 'preliminary '1>lans for A slight charge is made for:
friendly to your supporters)
B. DAVIS, Pastor. I Preaching Every Sunday.1st 1:00 .Afternoon Melodies and Adding Machines which are the administration building and O ALL ENTERTAINMENT

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH and 3rd Sundays 1:30 Afternoon Melodic helpful in totaling promises from physical education facilities for NOTICES

GREENVILLE. FLA. .-11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. 1:40 Serenade In Blue voters and keeping up with your North Florida Junior College were (regardless of sponsor)

Sunday School _._ 10:00 A. M, 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. 1:55 News free handouts. Remember, all expenses reviewed by the Board. A motion I 0 ALL NOTICES OF MONEY-

Horning Worship 11:00 A. M. Sunday School Every :2:00 Hour o? Decision should be accounted for. made by Mr Bailey secondedby RAISING PROJECTS
Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M, Sunday 10:00 a. m. 2:30 Musical Sunday 5. NO PHOOL FOTOS. Guaranteed was these (regardless of sponsor)
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M: Methodist Youth Fellowship I 2:55 News to make you look like a Mr Smith to approve & ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE
Prayer Meeting Wed.' 7:30 P. M _. 6:00 p. m 3:00 Musical Sunday statesman.G. plans and forward same to the ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY
BOB SEARCY, Sunday School Su Pt. 3:55 News SYMPATHETIC EAR. Along Architect's Section, State Depart- KIND

HANSON METHODIST CHURCH 4:00 Hit Parade with accepting printing orders and ment of Education, for final ap (regardless of organization)

reaching Services every First PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 4:55 News paid political ads we listen to all proval. The Board authorized the) Prices are reasonable. Rising
pro-
5:00 Music At Sundown candidates' complaints about the shower and
of the
construction
and Third Sunday 11:00 a. m. duction costs force us to omit .LL
5:30 Headlines & Weather dirty politics of opponents, the pan- facilities a day
and 7:00 p. m. dressing room on FREE: ADVERTISING.THE .
Schoot Sunday Preaching every Sunday CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE handling of the constituents, and receipt of final
Sunday every labor basis upon
10:30 a. m. Sunday School _, 10:00 A. M. 5:33 Sign Off anything the candidate wishes to Mr Emil Ball, Archi- ENTERPRISE-RECORDER
Family Night Saturday before Morning Worship ___ 11:00 A. M. PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO say about the general situation. drawings by

6:00 m, However, there is no FREE AD- Baby Keeling
Every second Sunday p. Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P.M.: tect.The revised budget for Suwannee
REV. C M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor Evening Services ........ 7:30 P. M. VICE department.
r Prayer Meeting Wednesday Daily Program ScheduleWMAF 7. ELECTION NIGHT. Congratu- River Junior College was pre- Mr and Mrs Herman Keeling of

HOPEWELLBAPTIST CHURCH Evening ........_.....:...._. 7:00 P. M. lations, commiserations, headache sented. Motion was made by Mr Gainesville are the parents of a
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. W B SEALS, S S Superintendent 1230 ON YOUR DIAL remedies and tranquilizers. Smith, seconded by Mr Bailey, to baby boy born Nov 27, Named

Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M J ARTHUR CRUCE, Training Union 6:00 A.M. Sign On 8. AFTER ELECTION. Re- this budget and forwardsame Michael Herman Jr. Mrs Keelingwill
approve
Union 6:30 P. M. 6:02Fla.. Farm Hr. of
Baptist Training duced rates for losers' messages be remembered here as Miss
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M.ldweek Director. 6:25 World & State News great appreciation and willingnessto to Hon Thomas D Bailey, Juanita Arnold. The baby is a

Prayer: Service 7:30 P. M. ERNEST GURR, Minister 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour cooperate with the winners together State Suprintendent of Education,I great grandchild of Mr and Mrs

Brotherhood last Thursdayof 6:45 Rudy Hamrick, with an assurance of no ill for final approval. Elmore Pridgeon.

each month at __ 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO (Mon. Wed. FrL) will to the thousands who voted The master plan for Suwannee

W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 6:55 World News against them. Sounds realistic, River Junior College was presentedto

Evelene Kelley Circle 7:00 State News doesn't it? Regular rates to winners. and reviewed by the Board A Tell 'em you saw it in

3rd Thursday ___ 2:30 P. M. Come Worship With Us 7:05 Coffee With Ray Kindly let us know how we may motion was made by Mr Bailey,

V. L. SINGLETARY, S. S. Supt Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 7:45 World News serve you with our 8-point Candi- seconded by Mr Smith, to approve Home Town Ga-
'ALBERT KELLEY B.T.U. Director Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. 7:50 State News date Package Deal, listed above your
this and forward the
REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN, Pastor Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. 7:55 Weather News briefly. plan same to

Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. 8:00 Coffee with Ray Very sincerely, State Department of Education, zette-ITie E-R.
WELCOME TO Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. gOO Morning Devotions THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER Architect's Section, for final ap-
CHURCH
OLIVE BAPTIST
MT. Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 9:15 Musical Interlude proval.
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.:
Jack Pickles __ S. S. Supt. 9:30 Music Unlimited The following letter was received
Morning Worship ___ 11:00 A. M.: '
!rL Sun Andrews B. T. U. Director 10:00 News from Mr Jimmy Graham, Directorof Tires
Training Union ...__ 630 P. T Beach On Goodyear $12.95
10:05 Music Unlimited
REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS Pastor Keaton
Evening Worship _.___ 7:30 P. !rL Administration & Finance Division -
10:30r Music Unlimited
Prayer Meeting _.._ 7:30 P. :M. State Department of Edu-i 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type
CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 11.00IT Music Unlimited
First Gulf plus tax and recappable tire.
cation
Church Business Meeting CHURCH 11:15 Public Service The :

Wednesday night of each month. 11:30 Record Session November 23, 1959 :
Brotherhood and W. M. U. SecondThursday World Mr Griffin Bishop, Superintendent MESSER
of each month. Preaching Services every Sunday '12:00 News Water front lots priced from
night Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes Board of Public Instruction
Preaching Services Every Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 12:30 Talk Of The Town $995. 10% down, balance to I Madison County I Battery & Tire Co.

Come Worship With Pastor Us. Sunday School every Sunday at 12:40' Uncle Ned suit. Safe, clean bathing beach,I Madison, Florida

REV. DOZIER SAPP. 10:00 A. I M. 12:45 State News good fishing and hunting, just t; Dear Griffin: I,

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. 12:50 _' Farm News for Beach Home, has
the spot your Dr Moorer requested that Fred i
T. CARTER Pastor Prayer Meeting every Wednesday.; 12:55 T? Weather News I
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< "REV. I. Sunday. at 7:30 P. 111.Brotherhood 1:00 "'W Hillbilly Hit Parade or week-end Retreat at a price! Turner work with us in making a I $200.00. A motion was made by Mr
Services every Ii
Sunday School __'_ 10:00 a. m.I first Thursday every 1:55 'SI* News unequalled any place on the! study of your administrative staff. McLeod, seconded by Mr Dugan,

Morning Worship __ 11:00 a. m. month at 7'& P. M. 2:00 '"*r*- Gospel Time coast. 20 mi. S. W. of Perry I have contacted Mr Turner and authorizing the necessary repairsas

Training Union ___ 7:00 p. m. Everybody Welcome. 2:30 Public Service we have both agreed that it will recommended to be made; motion
EeningVorship _.__ 8:00 p. m.I REV. J. R. COLLINS: Pastor. 2:45 '*" Afternoon Melodies_ ______ on Hwy. S361 (soon to be completed be impossible for us to get to this carried.

Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 p. m. 2:55Vorld- & State News south via Steinhatchee) before sometime in the new year. The Board authorized a minor
MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST 3:00 '? Afternoon Melodies
r"MQSELEY HALL BAPTIST 701 South Range 3:45 ;- Public Service Come see us, or write P. O..1 I will communicate with you after change in the A T Gramling bus J

1 CHURCH I Bible Study __ 10OO.a. M. 4:00 T News Box 301, Perry, Florida.46tpd the first of the year on a mutually run as recommended by Mr Jesse

REV. JACK LAMB Pastor Lord's Supper and 4:05 1* Request Parade agreeable date. I Brown, upon motion by Mr McLeod,

B. R. Sapp Chairman Board of Edification ........... 11:00 A. M. 4:55 r World & State News Cordially yours, seconded by Mr Smith, and carried.A

Deacons. Bible Study __ 7:00 P. M. 5:00 Request Parade 30c. s/J L Graham, Director motion was made by Mr Smith,

Billy Bailey BTU Director Preaching 7:30 P. M 5:45 Sports Highlights Jumbo Hamburg Administration & Finance instruting the secretary to con- ,

Leroy Cruse Associate. Director Ladies' Class Thursdays 6:00 World News Choicest of Steaks and Sea DivisionA : tact the'Farm Forester and request

Leroy Cruse ._ S. S. Supt NEW HOPEFUL 6:15 Twilight Tunes i' Foods at. WHITE TOP motion was offered by Mr him to make: a recommendation .to j

Miss Merle Bass __ Song Leader MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 6:55 News DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, 'Bailey, seconded by Mr Dugan. requesting the Board concerning the disposalof

Mrs Juanita Cruse Pianist Services every first and third,i 7:00 Sign Off south of Madison. 31bchAre Mr Graham and Dr Moorerto certain timber on the North
PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO
Sunday School 10:00 A. M Sundays at 11 a. m., and 8:00 p. m.' CHANGEVITHOUT NOTICE cancel the survey requested; Florida: Junior College site. Motion '

Morning Worship _._ 11:00 A. M.Trnming Sunday School every Sunday 10:00a. motion was carried. I was seconded by Mr Dugan and

Union __ 7:00 P. M. mrraining brakes safe? Bids for supplying fireproof doors arried. 'I
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Union every :Sunday; 7:00p. AppliancesHowerton your
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. m. for Madison High School and Green- Chairman and vice-chairman for

Prayer Meeting Wed 7:30 P. M. REV.> W. r. BYCBOFT Pastor If drive in villee High School were canvassedas :i the year 1960 were unanimously r
not today to J
Co.
Just as I am without one plea.I BAPTIST CHURCH Supply follows: chosen upon motion made by Mr

come Regardless of your clothes BEULAH Welcomes You Builders Products Company, d, seconded by Mr Smith,
rand
condition. Whether cotton. Home- Services Every Sunday WAKE UPRARIN' HcWUlAHS GARAGE supplying all doors and carried; Chairman, Mr R R

spun. You are welcome in our REV CARL V. IVEY Pastor I materials as specified 51.188.00,, Dugan; Vice-Chairman, Mr William

church service. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. TO GO Bond-Howell Lumber Company Bailey.

OF GOD Morning Worship _... 11:00 A. M. Georgia .,A for supplying all doors and Applications for pupil assign-
:MADISON CHURCH
... 10:00 A. M. Choir Practice 6:00 P. M. Without Nagging BackacheNow necessary materials as specified,, ment and reassignment were reviewed -
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Sunday School M. 1 You can get the fast relief yon
Union __ 6:30 P. PLATE GLASS .,
$1,098.00Motion the
__ 11:00 A. M. Training need from nagging backache. headache and acted upon by
Worship
Morning ..._ 7:30 P. M. that often
Worship and muscular aches and pains
Evening Worshln ____ 7:30 P. M Evening P. M.SEVENTHDAY cause restless nights and miserable tired- was made by Mr Bailey=,, Board. .
7:30 A I
Youth Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. Prayer Meeting, Wed. out come feelings.on with overexertion When these or discomforts stress and Company seconded by Mr Smith, to award l. Financial statements for grades

REV. B. B. BRICKLEY. PastorL. ADVENTIST strain Another-you disturbance want relief may-be want mild it bladder fast I GLASS the bid to Bond-Howell Lumbei 1-12, North Florida & Suwannee
CHURCH food and Company in the amount of $1,098.K. reviewed by
D. S. SERVICE irritation following wrong /GLASS BLOCK River Jr. Colleges were
often restless uncomfortable
Saturday at Mad- drink setting up a -
Services every lowest and best bid motior
feeling. as ; l the BoardBills
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF MIRRORS
ison American Legion Hall. Doan's Pills work fast in S separate x was carried. reviewed and ordered
LATTER DAY SAINTS Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. ways: 1. b.lpeedJ'pain-reliering actionto t" were
ease torment of nagging backache Mr William Bailey and Mr R R
Sunday School .____ 10:00 a. m. Church Service at 3 p. m. headaches, muscular aches and pains 215 W. Savannah Ave. paid
__ 11:00 t. by soothing effect on bladder irrita Dugan submitted a report concern. There being no further business -
Sacrament M-r: i-"* a. m. E WILLIS, S S Supt tion. 3. by mild diuretic action tending Phone: CHERRY 2-5285..
Relief Society and Priesthood ,time HAROLD YATES Pastor Tele- to increase output of the It miles of Valdesta. Georgia ing necessary repairs at Chem, the Board adjourned.
announced Sacra- kidney tabes. Lake' School requested by th( ATTEST .
and place as Everyone Welcome! Enjoy a good nighfc sleep and the as : .
nrnt Meeting. phone HU 36517. same happy relief millions have for over FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRIGGSSTRATTON Board. The recommendation authorized s/Griffin Bishop
M yeas New. large sine saves money. I
ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN Get Doan's PiUs today IDOAN'S MOTORS necessary repairs to the soutJporch ]1 Secretary

LEGION HALLE. FREE-Touch-typing course with 10 per cent Down Payment of the Cherry Lake building, s/Marcus W Cherry, Jr

JUDGE. R CARRYL ROAD CHERRY Branch Pres.LAKE every typewriter SMITH-CORONA at The E-B. portable PILLS- n: BOWEBTON SUPPLY CO., I hut to exceed_ an expenditure o,f Chairmanf





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loo Late To Classify UAK.( HILL mm l '
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FOR SALE: Some repossessed
Oak Hill H D Club held its
house trailers in good condition.
Christmas party in the home of MrsCalvin
Prices range from $;SOO Pick
up.
Gaston Dec 14 with fifteen
\ and move in today! I i
's up payments
Da rby { members and two visitors present.
We Trade for ANYTHING OF : Mrs C C Crafton gave the devotionaland
; ". -- VALUE! Also, two electric refrigerators Mrs W L Wynn led in prayer.
) one an AMANA used Mrs T T Morrison led the games
? only 30 days; one Frigidaire used II for the social hour. Trays were
9 Ladies' Shoes $ 3 months. These are going at a fixed for eight shut-ins.
O : SACRIFICE. I Delicious holiday refreshments
I were served. The group will meet
__ DO"IVL WANTED TO TRADE House with Tommy Hammock in January,
... et.ef" trajler payments for boat motor Mrs Laura Lewis of Mayo arrived
,') and trailer. Friday on aisit with relatives

._ J ':" : ROGERS TRAILER SALES, here and in Valdosta.
: .l"' .'..: .* 1 U S 90 East, Phone. HU 3-6555. Byron Ellington is back in school
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Mrs Lura Coody is improving
FOR SALE: Used Singer Sew- friends will be glad to hear.

t ing machine in console cabinet -

$35.00. A. L. HUGHES, Hear! Bob Lay tell you
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Ph. HU 36964Iadison, Fla. !

CHRISTMAS GIFTS 16ltpd5OR i about Madison Home


SHE'LL LOVE SALE, $5.00: Many up.lovely Special permanentwaves style Center red-hot weekend -

haircuts $1.00. Open on Saturdaysuntil
9 p. m. Call HU 3-6385. !
I EDWINA'S BEAUTY SHOP specials :

FOR RENT: Nice .completely fur-
nished home. Just across street Miss Rosemary Clark arrived
WHAT COULD BE FINER AND MORE south of Greenville High School I I Tuesday from Agnes Scott Collegeto
Gym. J B Davis, Phone HU 3-6601, spend the holidays at her home
here. \
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Madison. 16-lt-ch
SHOP AND SAVE ON YOUR
PRACTICAL FOR HER THAN FOR/RENT: One bed-room apart- FURNITURE BUYING FOR XMAS.
ment. Close in town. Apply MRSJ YES, AT MACS FURNITURE &
J NEWMAN, Phone HU 3-2523. APPLIANCE CO. MADISON
16-lt-ch

FOR RENT: Two furnished cot-
Genuine Alligator ;. 1 tages on Range St, two blocks
in from business district. $8.00 per
Lizard High .
week or $28 monthly. MRS OTIS
or :Medium Heels PEAVY, HU 3-6811 or HU 3-6383
In Elegant Sport Rust r i at night. FOR HER. .

By O Paradise or + &'
QUARTERLY CONFERENCE FOR CHRISTMASs
A Palizzio iiiiSheer -
MADISON, FLA., Dec 15Mt
$22.95 Zion AME church held its first
up Quarterly Conference recently with
presiding Elder S E Moses of the
Madison District presiding.The .
following officers were
elected: Secretary Susie 0 Perry;
: sheerBerkshire -, Marshal, Spencer McGee; and reporter -
Matching Handbags Eliza T McGee.
All boards reported nicely. I'
of Exquisite Style stockings Members and friends are vey

to report that Doyle Bellamyand
.. in Demand sorry
$16 95 Always Willie Cason have been ill for
.. up some time.
S $1.35 a pair ... YES! DON'T FORGET TO ASK
ABOUT YOUR FREE GIFT ON j
Daniel Green FURNITURE APPLIANCES, T-V's 1
House Slippers WHILE BUYING AT MAC'S
Nite AireHoneybugs FURNITURE & APPLIANCE CO.

A Gorgeous Array of AU BRIDGE LUNCHEON ?!

Styles and Colors. Priced From
,
The Wednesday Bridge Club en-

$2.99 up tertained with a luncheon Wednesday -
at the Woman's Club honoring ,
two members. MrS CV Cantey,
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and Mrs 0 R Hamrick, on the occasion -
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO OUR
of their birthdays.

MADISON CO. FRIENDS Places were laid for eight guestsat
/ tables in the lounge. Decorations
included a lovely Christmas motifon
...the engagement ring
the mantel. A three course
broiled chicken menu was served. of her dreams .from our
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High and low score prizes were large and varied collection.
won by Mrs J C Burnette and
49.50 to 750.00
Mrs CV Cantey. The honorees
Others 32.50 to 1500.00
I received gifts.
l- Free 3 Lb. Fruit Cake

It's HOL TON'S for WAYNE VV.VEGER


C.rJU$ : beautiful and appreciated .JewelerMADISON

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SAMSONITE
206 N. Patterson

Across from Court House
n4, LUGGAGEFOR
safe Valdosta, Georgia S ,

:g ;g :g 1 YOUR NEEDS CHRISTMAS

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COMPLIMENTED AT SHOWER SHOP AND SAVE ON YOUR, Train Case 17.95

1' APPLIANCE FURNITURE BUYS, &YES APPLIANCE ATMACS -II Listen for EAGLE'S Red Hear! Bob Lay tell you reg.

Miss Melba Selph, of Cherry CO.CARD. Hot NOW $14.95
Lake, whose marriage to Robert Specials on WMAF about Madison Home

Barrs of Quitman took place Satur- OF THANKS
REUBEN HAYNES SR. Center Ladies O'Nite 19.95
day night, was complimented witha red-hot weekend reg
miscellaneous shower last Thursday Funeral services for Reuben .
evening at the Cherry Lake We wish to express our thanks to Haynes Sr, a lifelong citizen of I specials! NOW X16.95Men's '
home of Mrs J L Sims. Mrs E C I our neighbors and friends for Madison, who died suddenly Sun-
Sapp was cohostessith Mrs I their many deeds of kindness to day night: Dec 14, will} be held
Sims. I us, at the time of the passing of Sunday, Dee 20, at Mt Zion AME Mr and Mrs CV Barber who Companion Case
The Christmas motif prevailed in our loved one Sue K Blanton. Your church. Rev E J Evans will officiate left recently to spend the winter in
kindness and generosity will be I and burial will follow in Oak Woodland Hills, Calif, with their .
the decorations, and fruit cake
nuts
I remembered always. May God bless Ridge cemetery. son and family, were in an auto- 19.95 NOW $16.95AND
and coffee were served. The honoree
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received many beautiful and ELLIS :M. BLANTONMRS ben Haynes Jr; two sisters, Susie. arrival from which Mrs Barber was ALL. OTHER CASES HAVE
useful gifts. She was assisted by, MATTIE RAINS Perry and Clara Haynes; five hospitalized for injuries for two .BEEN REDUCED
:Mrs W B Selph Gifts from the MISS VESTA BLANTON. brothers Rev L A Haynes Fulton weeks. FOR YOUR
hostesses were silver and china in Haynes, Charlie Haynes, Henry CHRISTMAS SHOPPINGI
her pattern. Your Christmas Gifts Haynes and Sevelan Haynes. -x-
Tillman and James Funeral Homein Guests of Mrs G L Morrow: Sunday -

1956 Ford pickup $795 Wrapped Free charge. S i were her sister, Mrs W A Cubage U
aEAGLE'S SHOp. AND SAVE ON YOUR of St Augustine, and her son,
APPLIANCE BUYS, YES. AT C W Morrison and daughter. Pal
HARDEE MOTOR CO.
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-VARNEDOE IN VALDOSTA C[JhristmasShoppingwith TAT PLEASE A MAN


E-R advertisers!

You Are Invited

Mrs W T Hollingsworth Mrs C ...

D Tomlinson and Mrs J M Pafford _

i Choose spent Sunday in Tallahassee, where itv
to - __ r
attended
they the Christmas pageant _
and musical program at Faith Pres- i
t / )
byterian church. Mrs Hollingsworth'sand
j THE MOST MAGNIFICENT CHRISTMAS GIFT OF ALL Mrs Toralinson's grandchildren.

Ann and Don Tomlinson sang in ..
the Junior Chorus, and Mrs Wil- J
liamson played the part of the j
: h 'R t HuppySoMions to
FURS: Angel in the pageant. Theywere
guests of Mr and Mrs William
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FROM Electric BlanketsHOLTON'S If you've got the man, we've got the answer
A t 1a to what he'd like best for Christmas I Shop
I rc our sparkling selections of gifts-to-wear. All
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k r' are the kind that men choose for themselves!


C.C: :!\/arnedoc &Ca\ LIONS' CLUBIrwin {i{ yR.C rr


1 .., C JU Of WAlDOlfA C Ulm, Madison County 4-H

r.. Club boy who has won many
l honors in club work, gave the
,
Friday and Saturday members of the Lions' Club at
their meeting Tuesday an interesting >
account of his recent trip to
the National 4-H Congress in Chi-
December 18th & 19thYou It a/ t
cago. was a'great event in the ,
life of the young speaker, who saw
and experienced many wonderful

are invited to see a magnificent selection of furs- things. Harvey Paulk, assistant county .
agent was in charge of the
stoles scarfs scarfs-coats Shown by one of
-capes- program and introduced the speaker .
the country's Leading Furriers with wide knowledge and County Forester Al Lundy was a : f'Y
visitor.
experience in furs
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Don't miss this fabulous collection of fine furs. This is
CONSERVATIONby '
one of the finest to be seen, and that includes the assured "

style of the designs, as well as the expert selection of -
( L C Brunor.

the pelts. SoiConservation: Service) Iv
The Soil Conservation Service
personnel of 12 nearby counties helda
C. C. Varnedoe & Co, training session Tuesday in the
Madison Agricultural Center on the
I use of plants in conserving our'
VALDOSTA GA.
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Soil and Water Resources.
Mr T C Maurer, farm planning
scientist from Spartanburg, South
Carolina, led the group discussionon

t : :: :.L-: .t the value of grasses, legumes, .
and crop rotations in conservingour
I soils and increasing crop pro-
Polaroid In Stock! duction.Mr .

John D Griffin area conser- 4---
vationist from Lake City, discussedthe .
conservation needs and Mr H y ,
SETS $85.70 to $135.00"NEW" B
Helms, assistant state conserva- \a
t Madison, Fla. Dec. 15, 1959 Mt Q
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WINKLIGHTS values in sound farming planning. f

SHOP AND SAVE ON YOUR
j. 3000 SPEED FILM FURNITURE BUYING FOR XMAS.
YES, AT MACS FURNITURE &
APPLIANCE CO. MADISON
D''J1 gl FLASH BULBS
Workmen are' busy this week
strengthening the supports on the
east side of the Setzer building.

0 KODAK CAMERA&FLASH There is a great natural drop In
the land there and the foundationwas "
y.1F
in danger of being undermined. y
CAMERA SETS ,./
FINE -
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Mrs B N Gross leaves Christmas "

.. FROM $10.95 UP '.. morning for Columbus, Ohio to MICKLER
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spend the holiday week with her
son-in-law and daughter, Mr and
WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS Mrs James Barnes, and her daughter -- THE STORE FOR MEN )
Miss Mary Jo Gross.
MADISON, FLORIDAYES t
tI

Smith StorePHONE Tell 'em it in
Drug you saw DON'T FORGET TO ASK
ABOUT YOUR FREE GIFT ON f

HC 3-6262 :MADISON FLORIDA your Home Town Gazette FURNITURE APPLIANCES, T-V's
WHILE BUYING AT MAC'S @ ri maWtowcm

.t -The E-R. FURNITURE & APPLIANCE CO. 't4

K s S:
AUDREY NEWMAN CIRCLEFour I

hostesses entenainea the
., lea
Audrey Newman Circle of WSCS
with a Christmas party Monday
cHthIE'STO
evening at the home of Mrs E p F <
Sanders Sr. Hostesses were Mrs R D h ., to brighten
Baker, Mrs E C Baker, Mrs Thomas the home .
3 Payne and Mrs S R Irvine.
The rooms were beautifully deco-I for gracioua
KlIJDIE COTTAGE
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rated in the Christmas motif; a ; ..gifting.

r lighted tree, glowing candles, green-
1801 THOMASVILLE RD. ery, flowers and novelties com-
bined in a beautiful and glowing .
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. effect. An exchange of gifts among
members took place and a special r
gift was given Mrs G L Morrow
who will leave Jan. 1st for El Taso,
yor.' :recue3t gdN + '.Yd. Texas, to make her home.A :4 -
short Christmas program was
I given before: the festivities began,
Mrs Tildon Norris reading the
Nativity devotional and Mrs Dale
Leslie giving a Christmas story.
Mrs Howard Studstill, president of
WSCS, and Mrs Paul Touchton were
special guests.Sandwiches .
cookies, fruit cake I
mints, chicken salad in timbals and '
POT PLANTS
coffee were served.
CUT FLOWERS
wonderlandHundreds SHOP AND SAVE ON YOUR
r- : T-V BUYING. YES, AT MACS OW'kt CHRISTMAS WREATHS
FURNITURE & APPLIANCE CO. CHRISTMAS ARRANGE.

of Gifts, priced from MADISON. MENTS AND SPRAYS

t 50c up, at Christies, Tallahas- >., Willie Cason, well known colored Phone Hu 3-2525 FRESH BALSAM

;, sees TOY CENTER for 11 barber of this city, is quite ill in MADISON, FLA. FRASER FIR, 15-30 in long
r- t+ the Veterans' hospital at Lake City.
\ years t! All presents Gift- ; f ., t: *
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Wrapped FREE! OPEN TO 9 Give Something for the

Miss Bennie F Wilder/leaves to-YES! DON'T FORGET TO ASK
EVERY NIGHT. homeHOLTON'S day for Boynton Beach where she ABOUT YOUR FREE GIFT ON

ALL WINTER DRESSES; .. ; .' win spend.Christmas, and remain
.. -. : FURNITURE APPLIANCES T.VS
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REDUCEDI.! > months wIth her
I brother-in-law and sister, Mr and"'"1"3 BUYING AT MACS
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3 only ELECTRIC CARS, 24.95 Jack in the Music Box 2.49 .

Value, for ONLY $7.95
y. Flying! Electromic Airplane 2.98
I |ft SFOTflfiH C (plus Battery $4.95) Highway Construction Set 3.98 .
Electric Trains, $9.95 to 29.95
:Electric Hot Rod Kit ... 2.98
Sock Puppets . .. ..98Steve
Small FryLineman '
Canyon Jet Helmet 2.98
o _' Lincoln Logs . . 2.98 Tool Belt .. . .98

Electric Air Boat'Kit . 2.98 Cannon Rayon-Acrilan .
... Tool Sets . . 1.984.98 12 x 84 Blankets . 3.98 \ w

Archery Sets 98* 2.98, 9.95: : Fairlane Wash 'N Wear .; __ _

,. Qc Official Size rt:JFInnnel Shirts .. .. 1.99 .

Lawn Bowling Set . 9.93: Rose Farr Hosiery 2 prs.98 .
2Yr. Guarantee .' 1st quality DuPont Nylon #
Electric Blankets ..:. 17.95 ,
Christmas Gift-Urapped- e

I STEREO Midway Pinball Machine 14.95 II .g -
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I $69.95, $79.95, $99.95, $109.95 Electric Radarscope ... 19.95 t .
Big Boom Cannon .. 9.95 Punch Bag Outfit . .' 4.98 "-
Ride it, Steer it, Shoot IT!
CHRISTMAS LIGHTS AT
Western Town, Construction ,
A BIG DISCOUNT!
11. Camp and Skyscraper Building

M .5' Sets, Each . .,. .. 5.95 Electric Radios . 19.95 up

Philco Washers, Ranges and Sunbeam Mixer .. 44.95 "
Refrigerators .
Sunbeam Toaster .. 29.95 : .- ,
A Kodak Movie, Camera 89.95 -
,. i Kodak Projector ... ... 59.95 Fostoria Toaster .. ... 9.95 r ,

q :' S'_ IJL .Brownie,Hawkeye Sunbeam Hair Dryer 2 f.9-, -.- -" dI tM __ '. .

Camera Outfit .... .. 14.95 Ronson Hair Dryer .. 1S.95
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Turkey Shoot will be held ai
1! Saul Payne's Store at Lee, Fla. 2

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i Metrocolor DOUBLE CAT OX FEATURE starring A HOT TIN Elizabeth ROOF Tay-, in i LEt l E\VS\ l 1OfES: frJLTr"JnjlJ. ('tJ of{ Mil( COMES FROM I II

lor Newman. A with
Paul, story a mW i / )
seldom-felt impact. The passions, MADISON FATHER SON BANQUETThe KEllER CLOTHING CO.
of Tennessee
people, the power
Williams' play blaze to life on the DRIVEINTHEATREOpen Annual Father and Son To Hear Him Cheer Choose Here!
Banquet of the Lee Fu
screen. every night Children under 15. chapter of VALDOSTA GA.f
(in cars always free. ture Farmers of America was held .
)
MASSACRE, in Technicolor, starring from at Christmas..
December 4, at 7 pm in the local Gifts from here win cheers men
Dana Clark, James Craig, BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 P. M
in school cafeteria. President Edgar because it's our business to know what men likel.
Marta Roth. Two men caught SHOW STARTS 7:00
the wilds of Yagui country, facing Barrs presided and Joey Johnson -.. S5S5SK SRoblee
onslaught of savagery and the PROGRAM was toastmaster. There were 1

wiles of a beautiful woman. Here Double Feature Every Night about 140 members and guest f Beautiful

!s screen-filling entertainment December 18, 19 present. I

filmed deep in Mexico. Cartoon. FACE OF A FUGITIVE Tech The program was opened with] SHOES I TIE & SOXDAD :
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Sunday-Monday, December 20, 21 nicolor with Fred McMurray, Alar the singing of America, accom
HOLIDAY FOR LOVERS, in Baxter, panied by Mrs E L Flowers.

cinemascope and DeLuxe color star- BATTLE HELL with Richarc The Invocation was by the RevI $ .9 to $19.95 $2.95 f
ring Clifton Webb, Jane Wyman with T Carter pastor of the Lee
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Todd. WILL REALLY LOVE THESE BY WEMBLEY
Carol Ljnley. Gary Crosby. An Baptist church. The opening cere

entertaining comedy drama lush December 20, 21 mony was carried out by the chap' a
with scenic highlights. A romantic ASK ANY GIRL Technicolor; ter officers. '
chase through South America. Dad'' Shirley McLaine, David Niven. Shelba Mercer gave the wel: LEATHER GLOVES SCARFS S
and Mom were no match for theirdaughters' ,
matches. Fun for the AT GUNPOINT Technicolor will come address, and response was
whole family. Cartoon. Fred McMurray. by Cecil Hicks. I FUR LINED. MILIUM LINED,* DACRON ASH AND WEAR, '
The entertainment was furnished WOOL WITH LEATHER PALM* WHITE AND PLAID A ; .
Wednesday, December 23 December 22, 23 24 i
by the tenth grade girls, Sylvia -
CHINA DOLL Victor Mature i
DOUBLE RETURN FEATURE OF THE FLY, in Smith, Vivian Hicks, Linda; $3.45 to $6.95 $2.95 .
HAUNTED HILL
HOUSE ON
Jackson and Marie Welch. They
Vincent Price.
starring
cinemascope
Price. ,
Brett Halsey. Out of the world of Vincent sang Jesus is the waymaker Yoi s a

atomic mutation it rises-with the Can't Stop Me From Dreaming,
\ dread curse of the father upon it. Hear! Bob Lay tell you and Winter Wonderland. Mrs RIPON SLIPPER SOX HICKOK BELTS _

The most monstrous creation of Janie Flowers furnished the music r
them all-the son of The Fly." about Madison Home A delicious dinner of fried chicken LEATHER, FABRIC & STRETCH"

THE ALLIGATOR PEOPLE, baby limas, butter buns $2.95 to $3.95
Starring Reverley Garland, George Center red-hot weekend creamed potatoes, congealed salad, $1.50 to $8.95
Maeready. Her honeymoon shat- ice cream, cake, coffee and iced
tered by unbelievable horror. Was tea was served. Girls serving were, "
this creature her handsome husband specials! Betty Joe Carter Linda Cook

? Cartoon. Linda Jackson, Carol Henderson, Pajamas By Manhattan Pin Collar jManhattanSOLID

Thursday, December 24 NATIVITY SCENE AT FIRST Vivian Hicks, Edwina Lasseter,,
DOUBLE FEATURE Jimmie McMullen, Lottie Phillips -
METHODIST CHURCH
(Show begins 1:00 o'clock in after- Sylvia Smith, Sandra Sullivan AND FANCIES i Shirts White & Stripe s

noon) Living characters and animals will Marie Welch, .and Sylvia;
THE 7th VOYAGE OF SINB D, be featured again in the Nativity Welch. The creed was given by the $4.00 to 6.95 t t
in Technicolor and dynamation, star- Scene at the First Methodist churchon I eighth grade boys Donald Waters, $5.00
ring Kerwin Mathews, KathrynGrant. the court between church anc
Eddie Ray Hale, Carroll Williams,
of the
The adventure ages-
all the screen in Fellowship Hall. Sponsors are the Joe Robinson, and Dwight Hicks SU XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXS S
for ages-sweeps Cora Ashley S S Class.
A Billy Brown the chapter accomplishments -
breathing dynamation. gave
living,
Lights and dramatization will be
spectacle. Adventure and Adviser Henry I GIVEDAD
new world in
on Monday night 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock JACKETS &
the in heart. Reams introduced the
and love for young guests. Billy;
and continue through Friday night
the hours. Dryden followed with an excellem TROUSERS GIF'I'SBYHICKOK
RED MOUNTAIN, in Technicolor, at same
starring Alan Ladd, Arthur Traffic is to move from east tcwest I supervised farming program. Next CAR COATS

Kennedy, JJzabeth Scott. The storyof on Rutledge street to avoic the chapter officers carried out the HARD WORSTED, SILICONE ALL KINDS FOR THE MOST
Quantrell, the fanatical soldier congestion and to give viewers a L ceremony of receiving honorary

and master of guerrilla warfare, better and more disinterruptecview. l members. Honorary membership in $10.95 to $19.95 LOVED MAN
who dreamed of building an empire eludes Mr Joe Stafford Mr Ceci 12.9Ni6.95:
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of treachery and violence and 'EAGLE will Wrap four Christmas Hicks and.. Mr A DReams.
wickedness. He had to
wide-open be stopped and it was no easy job ii Gift FREE and Hole The meeting adjourned with the<

outwitting Quantrell's raiders. Car- Until CHRISTMAS EVE Flag salute. R
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-HapptJ
toon. Reporter Jackie Goolsbj IGabardine and Tweed
Mrs G L Morrow will leave Jan Mrs A R Humphries entered the SWEATERS
Friday December 25WOMAN 1st to make El Paso, Texas, he]] hospital in Tallahassee Monday
OBSESSED, in cinema- home. CWO G L Morrow Jr and hi; .
Mr Humphries and her son accompanied -
Scope and DeLuxe color, starring family will arrive Dec 26th for i her. CREW, CARDIGAN & SHAWL j TOP COATSCOLLAR.
Susan Hayward, Arthur Franz, relatives and friends
visit with anc
Miss Annell Ragans was among
Stephen Boyd. Torn between her Mrs Morrow will accompany then ALL LATEST COLORS \ tr BY ALLIGATORFOR
I and her husbanda a group representing the Madison
her
..' love for son back to Texas.
romantic story of hardship and Beta club at the State Beta club THAT MAN ALIVE
strife that grows into a future of Mrs R C Home spent several day;; convention held at Hollywooc | $29.75 to $50.75
secure happiness. A love as wildas this week with her sister, Mr Florida last weekend.Mr .

the woods from which it Russell Frink, in Jacksonville. S A Kinsey has side dressed *0000*0&T *&
sprung-a hate as fierce as a his barber shop' building with as-

small boy's nightmare. Cartoon. 1955 Chevrolet pickup, bestors shingles and a fresh coal The Store Santa PrefersKELLER: I

SEASON'S GREETINGSWe of paint on the roof, making loot
wish you the full joy of the $750HARDEE almost like new. I
SEASON, together with good health I Mrs Nelson Herndon and MR
and much happiness in the coming I Clyde Walker of Madison were
I MOTOR CO.
CO.
year. guests of Mrs H J Brown Tuesday CLOTHING

Mrs LouAnna Rigdon was taker

seriously ill while at service at

the Baptist church Sunday. p Ro-

,She entered the Madison County 106 NORTH PATTERSON STREET VALDOSTA, GA. PHONE CH 2-1573
1 Memorial hospital for a medical

checkup.Mrs 3*****
C9aJ!: Waldron C Ragans visited __ u __ -__ -_
1 her mother, Mrs J C Black at Mrs Lucy Gardner will go toJacksonville I Mrs H Kramer is doing well
Listen for EAGLE'S Red
5? Monticello Tuesday. next week to spend I following surgery Monday at Baptist .
PRINCE Christmas with her son-in-law and I
Memorial Hospital, friends will
daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Hot \WMAF I I
GARDNER Hear[ Bob Lay tell you Grace. Specials on be glad to know.


REGISTRARS about Madison Home Mrs Ida Johnson and daughter, SHOP AND SAVE ON YOUR J

,"- A..AJo."'. -.;........ ...# .. Miss Louise Johnson, of Jackson- APPLIANCE BUYS, YES, AT
ville, were week end guests of Mr MACS FURNITURE & APPLIANCE -
redhotveek I
Center and Mrs H E McArthur. CO.
Christmas Specials

end specials! I

1 TABLE SHOES ................ $1.00

Six persons were drowned in the LADIES'LADIES' HATS HAND.....BAGS..... .........$139$1.98 up upLADIES' We Have4 Complete Line Of Tobacco I
Flint river at Bainbridge Sunday CORDUROY

when their outboard powered 10- JACKETS .' __ $2.98
'''''0'--''' ''-''' '''''''' ''-
foot flat-bottomed boat swampedand SUM JIMS ............................ $29S .
New concealed button tab on remov- overturned. Dead were Curtis HALF SLIPS ...._....__....-....-....... 69cLADIES' Seed Bed Materials t
able pass case closing for added $500
his children & CHILDREN'SPANTIES
Spruiell and four of
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trimness.Cowhide..Handsome His colors Gahna Polished tax and a neighbor's son, Jerry Pear- ............?'_..____._.. 29c up .

protected by son. Mrs Pearson 'mother of Jerry, HOSE SOX, SHOES FOR THE 9 COKER'S & SPEIGHTS SEED
"AN INVISIBLE STITCH..eMatching was the only one in the boat who WHOLE FAMILY -

Snap closing manage to survive.Mr C1 LDREN'S LONG SLEEVE 0 PLASTIC & REGULAR BED
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SIZES 1 TO 16 I '
KNIT SHIRTS COVERS .
Gard and
Key and Mrs Fred Mickler
98c up
$295 grandsons,. Nat Jr and Mike Nor- GIFT ITEMS *
Tax WE HAVE MANY
fleet, will leave Sunday morningfor TO SELECT FROMS.H.Hadden&Co I $ PLANT BED FERTILIZERAPPLIANCES
Bethesda, Md. to spend Christ
mas with the boys' parents Mi I .
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and Mrs Nat Norfleet, at the Medi : .
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cal Center. ___ MADISON, FLA. f

1954 Ford, F-100 panel,,r FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE I,

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WA.Y Vtr. E 9m, $395 SHOP AND SAVE ON YOUR MADISON, FLORIDA t

FURNITURE BUYING FOR XMAS..
HARDEE MOTOR CO. YES, AT MACS FURNITURE & 4 4y

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< THE ?F.R.ECnRDER.fADISO=,". FLORIDA PAGE TWENTYCMSBlouses
Y. DECEMBER: 1*. 1 J59 .
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,' _L-. 4L. ... i1c ,,: ..l. HANSON I EWS
,:' ).($ \ .I. .. ;. i E!...; m.ml, \ '. f.. ;: ... : -- \ \ Junior Women I
<.p. ;; ., '. T ?yr-- 4"C' .... 'It 1.. '

Outgiggle Outscore i Mr Sam Rollins and daughter,

Mrs Oran Vickers, of Douglas, Ga.
visited Mr and Mrs E T Gibson
Albany Nurses T-Y
on here Wednesday of last week.Mr .

Q O and J.JrsV J Bennett and
family have moved into their new
Local Jun ()Women outgiggled ,
and outscored the Albany High home.
School Mr and Mrs J L Sharp and fami-
Future Nurses Wednesdayeight
i f ly visited Mr and Mrs James Sharp
CHALK IT
on UP over WALE

I Hose Pajamasr Albany)Commercials T-V station.were interrupted!i .and day.Mr other and relatives Mrs at Perry Shacklefordand Sun-

Henry
several times for the Nurses and
r:\ :\ ,,re B\ J-'] Ttt'J'-mt & Hanes Hv :Miss Elaine two sons. Derryl and Ricky.
"Wonder Club" members to draw

Nelly Don Dresses Housecoats &: Robes f| Sips! by ''to chalk be guessed sketches by of the mystery panels.tunes The spent mother,the S Mrs P week Odom F R end Shackleford.Mr celebrated with their. his

locals won hands down 6 to 2.
Artemis Children's Children's Robes & (Girls Representing Madison were Mrsi birthday Sunday in the home of
Pajamas (H Boys .i BoO Lay club president; Mrs Wayne his son-in-law and daughter, Mr

Weger Mrs Mack Primm and Mrs and Mrs Billy Littleton.
,
Mrs. Day's;) ideal Baby Shoes $eVe I Peter Shea. All were given and daughter Mr\and of Mrs Madison Junior visited Burns Mr and and
i I took the opportunity to greet proud.
Mrs R D Davis here Sunday.
\ Give S & H Green Stamps Gift Wrap Free j I husbands and their offspring at Claire Gurr celebrated her seventh
1 home.
birthday Saturday aftenoon with a
Next Wednesday night at seven
the Junior Women tackle another party at the pastorium.

.7 ze Jfay! 'hop group of opponents on Channel 10. --

They stay on the show till they : BARRS-SELPH WEDDINGMiss
lose. :

Phone IIU 3-6750 Madison, Florida Make room for the local girls, '. :Melba Ruth Selph daughterof
Jack Paar. the late Paul G and Elma Selph.

}-------0)1'.r-----::B' ; .e. .,......--"Qf-......"..1....!.... -- ItS' ---- ._----- ,v- ::.l.--.o?1:;.' of Valdosta, and Robert M Barrs.
atu i MHS STUDENT COUNCIL SPEAKS son of Mr and Mrs A E Barrs

!. CHERRY LAKE I NEWS SHOP AND SAVE ON! YOU tl! --- of Nankin Ga. were united in
T-'" BI'YIXG YES AT MAC'S> The spirit of the approaching holiday marriage, Saturday. Dec. 12. at 8

Wear FrRNITVRE & APPLIANCE CO season is producing a very p. m. at Morven, Ga. The Rev Mr
i, Christmas Programs MADISON.THE. pleasant effect in our school Several BonnifieW performed the double
u th ,rid el The Cherry Lake school and the "
; clubs and organizations are pro- ring: ceremony. ,
To give proudly: Community Tree program were held \WEATHER"' ; moting drives in an attempt to : Mr and Mrs W B Selph. of
fee unsurpassed value j Thursday night Dec 17th in the !I!( make someone's Christmas a more Cherry Lake, brother and sister-in-
and top quality, we give auditorium. The program included I i enjoyable one. law of the bride, were the only

our confidentrecommendation : Carol] singing and Santa's visit. Week ending December 15th, 195JMax !) : At this time the Senior Class is attendants.The .
to Cherry Lake Methodist church bride attired -
Min. Rt sponsoring a very worthwhile drive'' was attractively
Christmas program will be held Wednesday 65 36 .(M()j i, by collecting clothes toys, and food : in a green wool sheath with
Tuesday, Dec 22nd at 7:30 pm. Thursday t'S; 47' .t 14 j for needy families. Let's all get in black accessories. She carried a
Cherry Lake Baptist Nativity Friday 73 48 .0*) : the Christmas Spirit and make this bouquet of carnations centered on
Pageant will Wednesday night. Saturday 70 53 ..7}1 :, drive a success: a "*h't prayer hook.
Dec 23rd 7:30 at the church ; Sunday C3 43 J)<(): i The basketball season is well under Wedding guests included Mrs A
All programs are for all in the Sunday 64 36 .W(), way once more. There will be E Barrs and Mrs W J Barrs. of

community Tuesday 67 43 .OJ> i a game this Friday night, December Nankin. Mr and Mrs Leonard Peek
i 1 Sanders-Carver Marriage Miss Shirley Davis and Mr and
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TOTAL .7 II i 18, with Greem ille.
Jack Olin Sanders and :Miss Linda I The Student Council is promoting Mrs R J limning of Cherry Lake.

Jane Carver were united in 'I Rainfall week ending Dec 12tl i j several activities of its own. One oft Mr and Mrs Bares will be at home
\\ t1t.IItS : marriage Nov 28 at High Springs, !! at Gibson Tower 050 in. Love these is a campaign: to get the students 'on South Harry Street. Madison,
Fla. : Tower 2.00 in, Aucilla Tower 2.lCJ> to join together in helping toI I upon their return from their wedding -
.._ James Hawkins Honored in. Sinclair Tower 1.95 in, Mil I ;; keep the school grounds cleaner.' trip.FATHER.
A2-c James Hawkins sun of Mr Creek Tower 0.70 in, Madison i Another is their sponsorship of a -- -- ----
and Mrs W C Hawkins was selectedto forestry headquarters 1.00 in. New Year's Eve Dance at the'' DIESFuneral services -
represent his detachment in a': for Louis L Von Tilley, 82,
Sun rises Dec 18th 7:25 am, set Woman's Club December 31. :
month's competition at Clinton- i father of Mrs R L Pain of Cherry
5:35 pm.Moon j i Carmen Buckhalt, Publicity Cbrm.I .
Sherman AFB, Okla.Brideselect rises Dec 18th 8:54 pm. I ---'- Lake. will be held Sunday after-

I Honored Moon in constellation of Cancel Miss Janice Hughen, student at noon at Beggs Funeral Home. Mr
Miss Pamela Josephine Weaverwas I I Dec 18th. Von Tilley died in his sleep Thursday -
I Toccoa Falls Schools, Toccoa Falls,
I
honored with a miscellaneous i; High tide Dec 18th at St Mark Ga arrives the morning in Knoxville, Tenn.
Saturday to spend
shower '' ,
Monday night at the Baptist lijjht 4:02 amCree1Iville I --
church with 37 present and -- i. holidays with her parents the Rev i Mr and Mrs Bill Wimberly will
presented with a corsage. and Mrs L D Hughen. She will go' to Belle Glade next week to

The recreation hall was decorated Baptist \j have as her guest a school friend : spend Christmas with Mrs Wimber-

with pine, poinsettia and pyracantha : \ Miss Rose Peterson, of London, I)"'& mother and family.

arrangements in the Christmas Church NewsThe England. i il I II -x:- -
motif. The table was covered with. I I -s- Miss Lizzie Mays of Monticellowas

i a white linen cloth and centered l! Rev Larry O'Steen. pastor of Wes- the guest of Mrs Emmie How-
LONGINES. 14K 'I"
gold case,
available in yellow cr white. with an arrangement of red candles Laymen sponsored revival I : connett Methodist church of JackI erton and Mr C P Kelly this week.
$92.50 FTIWITINAUER. I in white: candelabra and pyracantha. I, conducted in the Greenville Baptist I I scnville, is bringing the morning I --- --- -- -----
Mrs J R Collins and Mrs Harold ,, SC1IWINN BICYCLES
Steel automatic. church last week end was highlysi'ccessful. ) ,- : devotionals at 7:5: : clock each ,:
Uoisttue-shock resistant. Bland hostesses, served delicious Much was packed int)) |; day this week from the Pastor' Fnmr-rmed oaler: & Service
Sweep second hand. Exp. sandwiches, nuts, mints and cake. the three days and four services;. Study, Jacksonville T-V station.r HOWERTON SUPPLY CO-
band. $59.50 FTI Mrs Geo F Burnett, Sr poured and
,,Much witnessing was done fO --- --- -
Mrs Bill Barrs directed the inter- I I
Jesus Christ i
to men especially 11: !
esting games. the Greenville area. trck
-
Miss Weaver was assisted in open- Mr Russell C Tarr, a furnitun! "h- vU )
'G in.: her lovely gifts by Mrs IIV dealer, and Mr. Richard XV

Weaver, her mother and Miss Nel- : a ntractor, both Christian busi recess: r"
\ \
Wayne. Weaver and Miss Imogene Single- i men from Tampa did the speakinand (
I tary. led the church in an evangelistic t \
Jeweler [ Miss Henderson effort. There was one additioi F .
I Miss Diane Henderson bride-elect -,.. '
to the church.A I'
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MADISON FLA. was honored with a shower Friday beautiful Christmas Pageant t'
"
I'I night Dec llth at the home of The Story of Christmas will b '- I", \ 1-----\
Free 3 lb. Fruit Cake Mrs W C Hawkins in Cherry Lake. presented next Sunday night December

---!1 Mrs Hawkins and Mrs B NViI- 20th, at 7:30. It will t>
SHOP AND SAVE ON YOUT t Hams were hostesses for the mis- concluded with a "White Christmas
T-V! BUYING. YES AT MACS;I cellanepus shower. Miss Henderson ."

1. URNITURE & APPLIANCE CO. wa presented with a corsage. A Carol Sing will be held on th

MADISON.! Thirty guests were present with evening of December 23rd at 7:3 It"y. n,
---- -- -- Mrs Billy Bares in charge of theI on the streets of Greenville, led b;

Mrs Louse: Browning Annel I I games. the choirs of the church.
t tt.mans. LaVerne Brown, LjncU I L Decorations were in the Christ-

1 .nnson. and Sandra Ulm attendee I I mai, motif. Your Christmas Gifts
The honor* was assisted ,in
,!,u* State Beta Club Convention 11Hollywood 1,
Florida, December 1113TIlt' opening her gifts by :Mrs D W y'p
convention was held in he Barnes, Mrs B Barrs and little 'Wrapped Free at

Hollywood P;-ash Hotel. While the;, Bill Barr
The wedding will be an event of
tt ere there they attended session s! I EAGLE'S
and elected the new state officers. I Sunday, Dec 20th at the Pinetta i

M: :'dison was selected to be has1t t !I Methodist church 4 pm.The I ___. .______
the first District 7 meeting. '! Miss Selph Honored tist pastorium, in the presence ;
climax of the convention was j; : Mrs James Vickers and Miss relatives and friends.

banquet and Beta ball. :. Shirley Davis honored Miss Melba, Miss Selph is the sister of M:
'- Seph'with a miscellaneous shower j Bill Selph of Cherry Lake and resided

A A Trulove was hurt slightly i ii 1 at the Vickers home in Madisonlast I with Mr and Mrs Selph a TER

'!:e side Sunday afternoon in ai.ii.tomobile I. Friday night.Refreshments Cherry Lake.
; collision in Fitzgerald of coffee nuts and Mr and Mrs Barrs are at horn o.Touch leather

'.." traffic light changed about thfive I The honoree received 1o'elyI .
Mr Trulove started across t Ire< many involved in a wreck Monday a
intersection., The partin the otheii taifts I hostess and was presented by the 'I Ashburn Ga. when their car a $"750

.tras not hurtSiratclounger. with a piece of china in her'> another car colllided at an inter /
pier lox
pattern. i! section.: Both cars'ere consider
ChainsHOLTGN'S Barrs-Selph Marriage ably damaged but none of the thre
Miss Melba Selph of Cherry Lake,j persons involved were seriousl;:

and Mr Robert Barrs of Nankinjwere .j injured. Mrs Gossman sustained ;:a
united in marriage Saturday 1 bruised knee. No charges were tomMADISON. FLA.t'fUlJA 1 1i
{{ evening at !Morven Ga. at the &p-.[ erred fcj investrgatiEg officers. i I