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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: January 1, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PUBLISHED IN THE EDUCATIONAL AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF NORTH FLORIDA


,"VOL. LQ{ No. 18 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY JANUARY 1st. 1960 Madison, Florida price ]0C Yearly Subscription $3.75; Delayed Renewals HOfl



Ordination of Earl Davis f' Y Tommy Roberts Dies

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Earl Davis was ordained to the ." si ': in Traffic AccidentJohn
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work of the Gospel Ministry fast ..,,. ."l ,>vg 10,

Sunday morning at the First Bap- :..tf ,
tist church at the request of the 1f Thomas (Tommy) Roberts,
Cassia Baptist church, which Earl is: .t sl\ year-old son of Mr and Mrs II

now serving as pastor. Rev DO.. E Roberts of Cherry Lake was instantly "-
Alderman Tallahassee brought the t killed Monday afternoon

ordination sermon; Rev James' 'T I when he dashed into the highwayIn
,
( Barber brought the charge Jo the t front of his home and was
candidate and church; Mr Edwin t ? truck by a passing motorist.
B Browning made the presentationof 7 : .' Sheriff Moore said the accident

the Bible, and Mr S A KinseyJr happened on the Cherry Lake-

made the ordaining prayer. -LL Greenville highway, when James
r Following the laying on of hands ',: David Howard, 20, of Madison, was

by the ordaining Council, the hand + ti passing the home in a Ford car
of fellowship was extended to Rev r r J/ and did not see the child in timeto

Davis. Rev Davis is the son of Mr stop. The brakes were appliedbut
and Mrs E C Davis, of Madison. :)' not in time to avoid the tragedy.

Earl Is a senior at Stetson University Deputy Ed Porter assisted in- the
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and serves as president ,jO> :$-: estimation. No charges were

the Stetson Ministerial Association.! tn,, ..;. made. ,

.1,.-. Survivors besides the parents are
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ENTERTAIN CHRISTMAS DAY \ -t '-, and sister, Libby of Cherry Lake,

_____ '1" ; and his maternal grandmother Mrs

Mr and Mrs Mellous Moore entertained Lester Shea of Greenville.
Services were held at 3
p. m.
with a turkey dinner and
Wednesday in Harmony Baptist
Christmas Christmas .
family tree on .
church with the Rev Jimmy Hard-
day at their home
country
4 wick
,. officiating. Interment was in
near Lee Those present for the 'J Harmony cemetery with the T JBoggs

happy occasion were Mr and Mrs :. .."'" Jr Funeral Home in charge.
T
,. Dean ,M Brown, Mr and Mrs Raymond t' ... i> .1ft tS ; Tommy was a member of the

Brown Mr and Mrs ...Henry ': I 1 t' 1st grade of Cherry Lake Elementary
Humphrey Madison* Mrs Ruth ( it School and of the Sunbeams of

Hembree and daughter Linda Beth $ ... _.:JJJlSJi! Baptist church
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of Steinhatchee t Cadet( James I -- ; ,. -:Ji.4.r ., .' : .
;... a ... ,. __. '... "TO SERVE AS MARCH OP
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-- Mellous Hembree.. ,Harlengen, AFB, :': V; l:, DIMES DIRECTOR

Harlengen, Texas; Mr :and Mrs .' f,, -
Albert L Campbell and Mrs R L. *N7Jq1R .. { : Mrs Chas Knox of Madison will
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Moore, Lee; and Mr Asa. "Williams, w w, .. _': ; ,," serve as campaign director of Mad-
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Mr Gordon Malloy of Chattanooga Ii .. t, lion County's New March of Dimes
Tenn; and Miss Shandra Jones ', ,,. ... She will head an organization of

of Cross City were also guests: .. volunteer' workers who will seek

All members of the R L Moore funds in January for The Nationalo'oundaUon's
: d } broad-scale
family were present except one "' .,)/; attack on
a \ ..
defects
'" arthritis and polio. These
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granddaughter Mrs Bobble Jean O nward" : ."':'* three cripplers according to the
with her family andfupward / ;
Patterson, who
J 'fiSfs ? .'i' campaign director, affect one in
lives In Las Cruces, New Mexico. S every four U S' famines.

"For conquering these ,cripplers
into a boundless future .. The National Foundation will use
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the same weapons used so SUe tlS-
j A 3 Burnett QuitmanBiesAt81 ,.
r4 r uly in the polio fight. These
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M a zooms the bright New" Year! As weapons are research patient aid,

and training for more professional
disease fighters."

: you "go along.for.the ride," 't Mrs Knox hasP been associatedwith
.
J A (Lonnie) Burnett $1, died '! ,. the National Foundation since

# Sunday night In the Brooks County! U_ ; .. 19S6. She was campaign director
Hospital after n week's Illness. .' may you experience happiness and ; for the' March of Dimes In 196G

Mr Burnett and his wife had and 1957. In 1958 sbI8S appointed -

celebrated their golden wedding Chapter Chairnuui fr MM-

t anniversary In 1950. success that are strictly) "out of this world i son,,County and has served fax hat
Ho was a member of the Quit- . "' ..."\ capacity since that time.
*
man Methodist church, and owner

and operator of the Burnett cotton' '. may cherished hopes be fulfilled, STUDENT SERVICE
Quitman. Mr Burnett was anative "' .
gin at !; fl '1J; '
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of Madison County, but had "..oil., V ./ ....;f". .en ':' ,Student Night was observed afthe
in Quitman since 1918.. First church
been living and Baptist Sunday
He Is survived by his wife Mrs ,. -'". r yourrosiest r' dreams come true! night with students having the entire -

Annie 'Lucas Burnett one daucn-- evening service in charge.

tar. Mrs R E Cowart of Madison J, ... / : .. Tommie Green NFJC, read the
three sons' A F Burnett, Jennings, o : Scripture and led in prayer. Miss

j C Burnett, Madison, and KB -, "L' .A.,.rI. ',:. < hUt Ethel Moore' Tift College, sang
\ Burnett Valdosta; one sister Miss i : w r Gave My Life For Thee. Testl-
Burnett .and one 'brother, D : mimes Miss Florida
Agnes were given by
t Burnett Jr both of Madison.: ; S : .: c '' Davis, Mercer University, Miss Mary

Twelve grand children\ and five / ,:;;,,; -Ii :: ,; it i,.t.,,;; '., Ellen Seiman, U of F, and Miss
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survive.Funeral "t '
:great-grand children also .: ) Rosemary Clark, Agnes Scott College -
services were held Monday 7 ,
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afternoon in the Quitman .. .. Rev Earl Davis Stetson Univer
-r. _thodist rVmwh. with the Rev rEllis .4' the entitled
.u ----- tf1"A BJdV to PRESBYTERIAN SERVICESDr city brought message ,
and burial OAK HILL NEWS Mrs LHU Crafton returned to her Mrs was happY
:Miller presiding Be Thou An Example.
Hill cemetery. home here after a two weeks' visit have members"or"the' Tate family R T Wallace of Thomasville
followed in Oak Miss Sandra McLeod and Miss
relatives attending the with her daughter Mr H L Peantagton with her Christmas day including wfil hold services at the Presbyterian
Madison Mr and Mrs and Emily Burnett, NFJC, assisted with
funeral included Mr and Mr J C Johnny Defore in Valdesta. Mrs- Laura .Mrs H R Smith and children and church here this coming the music Larry MeWflJtems,

Burnette and family, Mr and Mrs family of Macon, Mr and Mrs Lewis also returned to her how Mr and Mrs Shaffer and son ofQoitman Sunday morning. at which time the Hinds Junior College rendered

D F Burnett, Miss Agnes Burnett, Raymond Hughey and Teressa of in Mayo after a*visit with them. ; Mr and Mrs Lewis Wekfe Cbmnwnkm service will be ob- special music at the piano for the

Mr and Mrs R E Cowart Mrs Mary Jacksonville--; Mr and Mrs Cecil Mrs Bud Murray spent two days I and family, Mr and firs Sara sen cd.: I orr rtory.

Ann Baumgarten and daughter.Included Crafton and family were dinner with bar steer Mrs Bdjar. Blair I Breeder, Mrs George Hendrr and Dr Oscar Beck conducted the All college students and senfera
'Other relatives attending guests of lit and Mrs J L Davis In High School were recognized.
Cowart Mrs during the holidays Howard and Arnie Tate all of raoffchu services Dec 20th and
Mr and Mrs Stanton Christmas day.Mr .
son, John Mr and I Mrs Mildred Cox and friend Madison' and Mr and Mrs Gene Pre J C Moore of NFJC the services -

Mrs John Thomas Lucas and Lucas and Mr and Grady Woodcock and sons .I spent the holidays here with rela- Harris and family, who have gone Dee 27th the Christmas Ihm Hadden Dies
Clarence and Lester arrived Dee .
Mrs Orin Lucas, all of Jacksonville; tives. to San Diego. Cattf where Mr mum being theme of each

Mrs Wiliams and Mr and MrsI 26 lor a several days visit with Mr and Mrs J Bland and Mrs Harris will be stationed. Mrs Brady, addr--. Of Gunshot Wound :

'': Bradford Burnett of Valdosta; Mr his sister Mrs Davis. ANte' Bland visited Mr and Mrs who is 89 is most 'nm kable in The gels recently extended a

and Mrs A, F Burnett of Jennings Mr Ralph Howard of Cocoa, Mr Talmage+ Bland this weekend. that she Is alert has all her facul; *afeaeus call to RevR- E Watkins -
Cheney and and Mrs. Colman Raines and '
I and Mr and Mrs Pope son rand Mrs Gene Bland spent ties. Jr oC Darien, Ga, to be its Edwin Madden, 59, well kn0wn
'-*' family of Gainesville. of Jasper Mr- and Mrs Ross Christmas day with his parents.Mr -- local business man. died Wednesday -
;. Arnold and family of Dixie Ga shot Inhis
from
of morning a pistol
110dnett and and Mrs Don Gregol Carroll Lamb: of Jacksonville
I bin and Mrs Otis visited Mr and Mrs_ R-P Buchanan! weeks : head above the right ear. Hewas
t Sanderson and son Tampa are spending two spent Christmas here with hisparents WINS CAR ; :
Mrs Robert and Mr and Mrs Bobby Buchanan and 1 'If- found near his home.
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Mr and Mrs Ran Terry :. f
with
Sand went to Fitzgerald Ga, Saturday ,-Mr. and Mrs Sam Lamb. --- No' inquest was held.
relatives.Mr Ab Townsend the winner of
.
wedding ofVir other was funeral
Sunday to attend the Mr and Mrs Jim Reaves 'and family 'and Mr and Mrs PaulRcavw At press time Wednesday,
Miss and Mrs J D Agner, and the sma, replica of the Model' plans were incomplete. His widow
niece -
r Mrs Hodnetfs i daughter Ann Mr and Mrs ?VHMm Si Reaves spent some time with Mr_ J B Davis Ine
Ito*. Charles "" children,and Mr and Mrs Ferd given away at one son, one daughter, and several
*"gmU-Mae TUttle, took Reaves"and c ns: Atr and Mrs and two children were dinner I E Reaves Christmas: day. ... place of business Christmas eve. grandchildren survive.x .

Stringfellow. The ceremony church Bill Fourakers and Shirley; Mr I guests of Mr and Mrs WHborn Mr and Mrs Jack Chamberlainand -

place in Central Methodist In the E Reaves and Miss Mabel Reaves Raves Saturday.Mr daughter spent several days before Mr E V (Gene) Fisher and Mr Mrs Allene Smith of Lake Park;

and: the reception followed were dinner guests of Mr and MrsR and Mrs Martin Reaves and Christmas with Mr and Mrs Tom GUmore of Tallahassee were Ga, was a guest of Mr and Mrs R

.church parlors. L Crafton Christmas day. Lon Terry. guests of the P K Rowells Monday. C Home during Christmas. .


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''j PAGE TWO THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER. MADISON,. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 1st, 1960
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Mr and Mrs Donald Browning Guests of Mrs Jeanette Jones for
. and children. Chip and ,Cherrie, of the holidays were her son-in-law -
Warner Robins, Ga, spent the holidays and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ray it's 1rM ,man!
with Mr Browning's parents, Williams, and twp children her o ,

" Mr Cherry and Lake.Mrs Little A D Miss Browning Cherrie of brother mother,, W Mrs A Coral Wright Wright of Jacksonville her- rr&ooT'"th at js i N I' The clock strikes-twelve, m ,

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and her son and daughterinlaw ,)
; Browning spent three weeks here Mr and Mrs Alvin Jones of "
I the visiting holidays.her grandparents T before Gainesville. ; -VOTERS-: "BE KIND TO Don't let your friendly, all its seconds, minutes* and

._ .. h h . CANDIDATES SEASON" Is courteous competitors do all .. '
{,: "" N N" -. -,,' .- --- : '. hours add up to a wonderful
nearly here. Cheer up all the the advertising! Dial The.E-R,

boys, they'll feel let down soon HU 3-6361, and say, "Gimmean year for you
. enough. ad, Mrs Wilson."
SEE
: Mrs Bessie Grecnstein Is a '
CARD OF THANKSWe
{ ":" :' patient at The Isle Of. Rest at t
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? Mrs Dorsey's. home In MonticellaMr MORROW INSURANCE
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; ''' ; : and Mrs Ceo F Day of Lake
l thanks to the people of Madison 108 W. Pinckney, Telephone AGENCYl'
Como spent the, holidays with Mrs ,
Thai"(Of i [CNKIPIISMECWtKR who with were clothing so wonderful and other In helpingus giftsat I Z Hughey and Eugene Davis.. Reprtientlng the Hartford Fire Insurance :
niiUSMEO W W OUCATKWAl.AHCVUUBAl AND IHOUSTnAf:CWTW.V HOST*ftOKlO*
the time our home burned.*

.- Sincerely t -
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.,- a.. EMIL ARTZ and FAMILY }APPI'NSW

', FOR Don't let your friendly, INVITATION TO BID '
I
: .. courteous competitors do all I
,t ._ the advertising! Dial The E-R, Sealed bidsmlY received by
,,.f the City of Madison Florida up to
1 *?** HU 3-6361, and say, "Gimme 12 noon January 5th, 1960, for
an ad, Mrs \Wilson. furnishing one Police Interceptor
High Class Printing Ijj1L! four-door automobile. Specifications
+ dew Mrs Hyem Kramer arrived home i can be obtained at the City
Sunday from Baptist Memorial Manager's office.
b 1 I Hospital, Jacksonville, where she JESSE HUGHEY City Manager.
1\Jeark I underwent surgery two weeks ago. Dec 24, Jan. 1
\
H Of All Kinds' ?4w She Is now convalescing nicely,
';. __ friends will be glad to know. H
1960 \\4h4 :
'J;, (Except Bolita Tickets And Money) ;!i: "J(
:1 BEST
: WISHES S'
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In most 1959has THE
. SMITH CORONA'Standard To all we have served respects S JflJEWS.
+ ben a kind year to this
during the '
past year c
community.How.asaHeYYeardawnsjefs / 4JYEARl(
and all those we hope'to \
serve in the coming hope we
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Typewriters have the courage to meet 96d ,,
year we extend our best d
challenze! of tomorrow.
wishes for 1960.

Madison Cleaners
Dr.FLBushPINETTA
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Machines EMMA AND LARRY PINSON
Adding : \ FLA. Ph. UU 3-6424.. Madison >

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Theaourgass turns on f
And Cash Registers the daring another year and it's
part
year was appreciated -
.. time to extend best
,- "::"" ;: the greatly. In wishes for the coming
new year we hope
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: will year
you remember tu.

. ''' +, Underwood & Smith '." .' 1..., Vickers. Implement Co. Bryan Electric Co.r

MADISON FLORIDA MADISON, FLORIDA

Corona PortableTypewriters 4 : ..
Don't JIM TONEY HOMES
Settle for Less: See our Model Home $1095
Than a Jim Toney Waldo, Fla. 12 Miles and
We Finance for South of Starke on
10 Years. U. S. Route 301 up

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*,> No Money Down

No Charge For Travel

+ Metal And Wood Anywhere in Fla. f

oWe ,. i Same Low Price
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Office Furniture use 2 x 8 for We will furnish material
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\ .1 \ floor framing, not for you to build.
\ 2 x 6's.Ve use 2 x 6's We do repair work and
for ceiling framing finish houses that have
\, / not 2 x 4's been started.

For a Jim Dandy; See Jim Toney

: + UNDERWOOD, <', Block or .Frame .
--
r 's MODEL HOME AND OFFICE AT WALDO, 12 MILES
BURROUGHS : HAPPY SOUTH OF STARKE ON U. S. ROUTE 301. CALL, WRITE\
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: OR COME SEE TONEY BEFORE YOU BUY ANY HOME.
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NEW YEAR YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED. YOUR CREDIT IS
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GOOD AT JIM TONEYS.
Odhner OPEN FROM 8:00 A. M. UNTIL 8:00 P. M.
R.C. Allen And CALL COLLECT
Hearty New Years greeting{ to our friends

; and many patrons. We thank you sincerely; BRUCE EDWARDS JIM TONEY HOMES...

ADDING MACHINES, and hope the year will bring you good luck P. 0. Box 1273. P. 0. Box 368

and much happiness.0 We are always at your"" Trenton, Fla. : ... Waldo, Fla.

.service. .'- Phone HO 3-2179 ', Phone KO-SZ781&

r' + OFFICE SUPPLIES 1960 If you are Rich,,,if you are poor. .

.. -; ." ._- .- 1HE; &RECOROR.. ., I a:.Spend.:. .your Money. where- you are sure.:.;'
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Don't let your friendly i FAMILY DINNER 4L !

courteous competitors do all ifNHf1 ,
Mrs E J Harris entertained witha 'I
the advertising Dial The E-R, family dinner Saturday nightGuests

HU 3.6361r and say, "Gimmean included Mr and Mrs C 0 r-
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ad, Mrs Wilson." Rabon and two sons, Harris And cmu I
Jimmy, of Wildwood, Mr and Mrs
\ PRECISIONWARE ENTERTAINS /
James Price of Valdosta* and Mrs i
Mattie Price.
Sixty employees of Predsionware A
were entertained by the company i
Pioneers Mr and Mrs R L McLane had as
at1' dinner the evening "of Dec 23 s 2s
in the private dining room at the guests Christmas their children 3sa4
in,,!nlUfancefQfrmniis Chuck Wapon.MEDITERRANEAN. Mr and Mrs Hoyt Ragans of Perry ? 1I F
and.Mr.and Mrs LaVaughn Has

kell and son Leslie of Madison; "'.... .
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also Mr McLane's mother, Mrs "
Benny third
T: VY11l na. signalman f
Over the Farm N S McLane his brother4n-Lw
year your class Greenville, Fla is serving AJfett
Bureau Durance Companies aboard the and sister. Mr and Mrs Fred '- '"' !
have pioneered in providing protection attack aircraft carrier Durrance and daughter Clara of Time finis oaf on th* 1j
USS
and benefit for farmer Saratoga operating with the 'far
through their Farm Bureau I. U S Sixth Fleet in the Mediter Lake Park; Ga and Mr and Mrs eli year at it muttt ,
turance polide Chester Atwell of Miami.Don't but we take the time,
Now with more than 2,900. ranean. '. I
000( policies in force,'your Farm -x- to with yon well in 6 'friends
Bureau Insurance Companiesare CHARGED WITH BREAKINGAND let your friendly the year ahead. 1 To our we
of
bur-
the larceci'grpup I
ance companies in ',the ,world ENTERING I courteous competitors do al May the Nev .send gratings forSidney :

writing farmer insurance and rancher designed for Four juvenikz+members of the the advertising I Dial The E-R, Parker Texaco Service Year bring a. .

( With aaeeU of over 9360.000* HU 3-6361, and say, "Gimmean you lots ofhappInessl
student body of Madison
,000.00.your Farm Bureau In- Training MADISON, FLORIDA
surance Companies provide you School, are held in custody in ad, Mrs "WUson. .
with insurance of financial connection with the recent burg. r

I undneu.I When you. consider insurance lay of Madison Training SchoolCaen ZEST UAPp1Y
for your own needs,it'*a rood $103 was stolen. .I HAPPY J 1960
idea to talk with',your local 1 1N

Farm Bureau Insurance_ayent.Swiifcern Mr 'and Mrs T F Livingston NEW ) YEA oFALL ,

Farm Btreau went *to Tampa Christmas afternoon

to visit Mrs Livingston's 19 60 ....
parents for several days.
Insurance, C 1910
Mr and Mrs A W Vann returned .1

KERMIT HORNE Sunday night from Ocala where
they spent Christmas with their
BOX 38 HU 3-6665
son-in-law and daughter. Mr and
.MADISON,. FLORIDAMr .
Mrs Albert S Wing. Other holiday S. L'zz5J
guests of the Wings at Hotel
and Mrs Jerry Elllston and Marlon were Mrs F L Wing of r
daughter Toni of Waycross, CAt 'Tampa Mr and Mrs Sayward t7 '
came Sunday for a weekend visit Wing of Miami, and John Wingof

with the Rev and Mrs James T the University of Florida. .. .
Barber and family. -x:- '
: Mr and Mrs Alex H Wade :Jr We hope 1960 will be
.... 'and daughter, Miss Caroline Wade, a happy and prosper Hertt to the Neudfcar

. of'Atlanta, were guests Sunday and oat year for all of our and friends who gave FISHERREFRIGERATION.
Monday of Mr and Mrs A H WadeSr. many fritndt and good ut their loyal support McLeodSERVICE
They left Tuesday for PortOrange. neighbors .daring 1959. Happy RADIO TV
visit W&de's AND ELECTRIC SERVICEPh. STATION .
Mrs
to New Year to all
parents, Mr and 'Mrs Crane. HU 3-6405, Madison Greenville Florida ..
Cities Service Bulk
,f Mac's Furniture ,' 11t
0 0D STATION JACK: WADE .
Ph. HU 3-6505, Madison
&ApplianceCo. .'

MADISON, FLORIDA
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With the New Year just beginning ''' -,

we want to wish you a
wonderful '601! May it bring 4I
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you the best of everything! I
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We hope the New Year VWe

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T our many friends everywhere
we send the warmestof lovely beauty, like a I
greetings for the New candle in a darkened I Just a brief message wish .
Year. Best of luck always. ing each and every one of .. .
Little Baby '60 is swinging in room..bright and gold. you happiness and pros : a

at midnight, when we hope you Williams InsvuceGENERAL en and warm j. perity during the New Year.
all will begin a wonderful New <.

year! .' ..* .- Agency JACK WOODWARD'S Ttflman & James join you in welcoming the New Year.

r w PINEITA GARAGE ,. _._ To all our friends we send greetings and .. .

Van H Priest Company Box 373 INSURANCE Ph HU 3-6270 Phone HU 3-24,3 Funeral HomeWkfwpctljcNctoYcor. our thanks for your patronage. Best wishes -;-"*,.r:,.4. .

MADISON FLORIDA MADISON. FLA. everyone for the New Year.

f BILL HENDRY'S AUTO COMPANYPHONE

HU 3-6767. MADISON, FLORIDA


.S HAPPY Turpentine & Rosin '

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HAPPY bring you and yours all Factors Inc.
the good things of cur ,

wonderful world./ Cypress Street At Ga. & Fla., R. R.
NEW YEAR
Phone CH 2-3760 Valdosta, Ga.

'" T & R On Cypress St. At Ga. & Fla. R. R.

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Disappearing Stairway ______________ ea. 15.95 .

Ring fa the MW! Rifle eat the oM! 4 x 8 x 1-4 Inter. Plywood __________ pc. 2.85
We tope aQ have a great New
yen 4x8x3-4 Inter. Plywood __________ pc. 6.95
,A .... ,.. 19&@. tad! thanks for yew
II ..". ..'. ,'.!' fine this .' 2-4 x 3-2 Window Unit ____________ ea. 10.50
1. ; .. sfwrt past year.

Sr. toO, .............- _- 2-8 x 4-6 Window Unit ____________ ea. 12.35

,'.::--0.,.-. Yeas SLeetrock 4 x 8 x 3-8" ________-'___ pc. 1.35
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LEE NEWS I l NOTES HANSON NEWS I WF Morrow Dies RUBY HOUSEMr ANNIVERSARYOPEN Glen BROTHER-INLAW Thomas brotherin DIES-law of ;.; .t 9

and Mrs Van H Priest cele- F E Naughton : ,
bIlled their Ruby Wedding Anal.versary his oicd suddenly at ,..wi
1 In TallahasseeWilliam with open house Monday home In Jacksonville Christmas

Mr and Mrs R C Sundie and Rev and Mrs B L Gurr and A evening at their Lakeside home. Day ,

daughter, ..Priscilla; Taf Miami, JUr family spent Christmas at Ameri- One hundred twenty-five guests )
,. and Mrs M F Minter of Eau Gal- cus and Leslie, Ga. with their F Morrow Sr, G4 clerk called during: the hours. IN WEDDING ; .

lie, Mr knd :Mrs Clark Brannan parents.Mr with the State Road Departmentfor Arrangements of red carnations Mrs John Wan&*was' matronof ". 1 Ir

and son Ronald of Jacksonville and and Mrs Jim Newbcrry and the past ten years died Monday and red camellias were used to honor in the wedlfag Of Miss t.

Mr and: Mrs Edward Brannan and three children of Charleston SCand night In a Tallahassee hospkal decorate the living room where Barbara Lee Simmons and
Mr and Mrs S K Anderson and Mr and Mrs Priest received guests Barry
after Illness tfU%
children long in the
two Becky and Jim, of a First Christian church
of Hollywood were visiting Assisting In receiving
family Informally-
Mr :Morrow born in Madi-
Perry spent Christmas here with was Sunday afternoonin
Mrs Ruby Littleton and family were Mrs R C Home, Mrs S L Tallahasseeand
their parents, Mr and (Mrs C C son and lived here until 1939, when 1IrV.ring was
I here during the Christmas holidays Brothers, ,Mrs H E McArthur, Mrs an usher.
fcrannan. This was the first time Mrs Drew Woods and daughter he moved to Tallahassee He was' Marshall Hamilton, Mrs W S r 1

A eight years that the entire and grandson of Fort Worth Texas;, a member of Trinity Methodist Cooper and Mrs H D Oxford. BABY ROWELLMr

family had been together. have been visiting her parents, Mrj" Church and Jackson L)dge No 1, A color note of white and green ani Mrs Robert Rowell of :$"

Ronald Brannan stayed over fora and Mrs Drew Hughey. F & A M, Tallahassee. was used in ,the dining room. Centering Jrlando announce the arrival ofa ( I vK ref!

longer visit with his grandparents Mr and Mrs Archie Shcrritts and Survivors are his wife Mrs Mary i the dining table was an arrangement baby boy December 29th. I t b

and with his uncle* and three children of Toccoa Ga, spent Kathleen Morrow of Tallahassee; of Imura camellias and The young man has
family of Perry. Mr and' Mrs the past week here with Mr. and two sons, William F Morrow Jr of mums In a silver bowl with Craig GorHck been named :
Rouell.
Mrs W A Davis. branched silver candelabra holding He is the
Edward Brannan entertained (the Tallahassee, and Richard -A Morrow grandson '
Mr and Mrs Steve. Thompson white lighted tapers. An epergneon of Mr and Mrs P K '
family at their home in Perry and family of Jacksonville have with the U, S Air Force in the buffet also held an arrange- Rowell of M4d sen. _. '. htswaE

Saturday.Mrs been visiting Mr and Airs Mv' C Germany; three daughters, Mrs J ment of Imura camellias and white ..
Cleo'.Hamrick and B W I Herring and family.Mr A Brown, of Tallahassee, Mrs Joe mums '. _

had as guests during the holidaysS I and Mrs S P Odom and Kelly of St Petersburg and Mrs Mrs W B Clark. Mrs C E Russell Mrs James Johnson and ; .. .

F C and Mrs Elbert R Hamridc son and Mr and Mrs B F Davis and J H Chance1 of :Tallahassee; 15 Mrs J L Studstill and JJUs children of Milledgeville. Ga, attended ,- ,

of Fort Bending Ga; Mr Charles family spent Christmas Day with grandchildren two brothers, J P Rosemary Clark poured Misses the funeral of Mr C E Co

Lee of Clemson, S C, and Miss Mrs J B Phillips at Madison. Morrow and S Guy Morrow, both Vonnie Studstill and Betsy Harrison Croom S"ndayr Croom had
JLorine Reams of ,Valdosta Mrs Alice Bonds of ,Tallahassee. of Madison; and four sirters, MrsR assisted in the dining room. made his home with them for some '
was visiting Mr and Mrs E T. Gib- j
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time.Mr
Mr and Mrs Clifford Ragans of son Sunday.' -s' ',' L :Millinor and Mrs Fred Mick and Mrs Paul Kowell and

Cocoa came for., a visit with his Mr and s Mrs Johnny% Hall and ler of Madison, Mrs Edward ThEvEATHERWeek daughter Renee spent the holidays .
parents, Mr and Mrs Waldron C family of Largo and mother, Mrs Bishop of Audlla, and :Mrs A R here utth Sir and Mrs P K

Ragans and Annell and Carlyle Brooks of Branford were visiting :Morrow ofAlford.. Rowell and In.Branford with Mrs '.",
All- went over to Blountstown Mr and Mrs R D Davis a short Funeral services were held at 3 ending December 29th 1953 Row ell's parents Mr and Mrs M

Saturday for a visit with Mr and while Saturday afternoon.Mr p m Thursday in Trinity Metho Max.. Mlri lit Bernardo. ?
Mrs Jack Sale. Shelton Davis of Jacksonville dist church with interment in Oak- Wednesday 57 39 .00 Miss Julia Bouland Is visiting
Christmas here with his Thursday54 45 .00 friends In Ashburn Ga. this
spent week.
Mr and Mrs Robert Bowen and land: cemetery Tallahassee. The
parents, Mr and Mrs B F Davis. Friday 69. 48 .03 Mr and Mrs Ladell Brothers and ('
son, Matthew of Mississippi came Rev Dr Glenn C Janus officiated, .
daughter
of
50 .00 Orlando
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Jt Mr and Mrs Reuben Rowell ;and Saturday are guests of
for a few days visit during the family of South Carolina spent the and nephews acted as pallbearers Sunday 78. 54 .00 Mr and Mrs S L Brothers ,for the: ;, -

.holidays with Mr and Mrs James holidays here with relatives. Airman Richard A Morrow flew Monday 74 55 ..21Tuesday holidays.Mr ..... <

Bowen and Mr and Mrs Rufus Mr T W Bailey of Lake City from Garmany for the services. : 64 42 .00 and Mrs George Burnet -:'": Sullivan. J \ spent Friday here with his grand- Also his nephew, J P Morrow Jr "' accompanied Mrs James Johnson :: "\ just

Mr and Mrs, Charles" Bell ,,and mother, Mrs Lula Odom. j o Camp LeJeune N C..came Tues, Total{ 4 i .::24 and sons to their home in Milled ge 3 '" t!'
three children, : Don Wanda, and Mr and Mrs B 1'':" Davis "*anj dap nIg>1t. \ -i- \fc Rainfall week ending 'Dec 26th at I ville Gaf Tuesday. ; + .

Douglas of .,Jacksonville, Mr and family were visiting Mr and Mrs .... ibson Toyer Lovett f' Mr Frank ty E: :;
Delbert Williamson and family.at Tower Non, Auctlla, Tower None,.' Co.r
Mrs Willard Davis and children of spent the Christmas
holiday in
Gainesville, Sunday .w : JSlnclalr Towers0.05 In, Mill Creek;
.Greenville and Mr and Mrs,Frank- A Christmas program was" held HOSPITAL NEWS Tower 0.10 M. Madison 'forestry Jacksonville,, where they visited .
Bell of Orlando were among those i at .Pine Grove church Wednesday headquarters (X05 in. Mrs Victoria Pepera and family.Mr _
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visiting Mrs Mamie Bell and other night of last week. After Santa Sun rises Jan 1st 7:32 am. sets and Mrs Drew Hughey had I. '

... _,. relatives here during the Christmas Claus gave ,out the gifts a turkey Admissions: Pete Allen, Mrs 5:43 pm.Mcon .I as guests for the holidays their ,.., holidays supper was served. Ruth McReynolds, Mrs :Mary Burn- : sets Jan 1st 9:05 pm. : daughter, Mrs Audrey Wood of ',' .

( }!r and Mrs Ernest Bell and Mr and Mrs E E Bridges of ham, Max Walker James W Maca- Moon In constellation of Caprf- i Austin, Texas, their granddaughter.' :, .-

Hialeah were visiting: Mrs Lula rages, Joseph' Hammock, :Mrs cornus Jan. 1st I Frances Lewis of Houston, Texas ,.....:.I,
children of Lakeland were guests .
tide. Jan 1st at St Marks and their great-grandson ...
High
James
Odom a short while Saturday. Eunice Rowell, :Mrs Connie Hardee, '
of Mrs Eunice Bell and children light 4:41 pm. D3'as, of Ft Worth, Texas. ;
Warren Jackie
Tommy Brown CHINATOWN EXTRA FANCY
the holidays.
during Mr and Mrs Leonard Walker of
Mr and Mrs J H Williams Sr Mrs Eddie Bunting, Mrs Jessie Alachua and daughter Eleanor of LONG
MONS' CLUB Williams, Lamar Roy. CARDOFTHANKS Jacksonville RICE'G
spent Christmas in Jacksonvillewith Mr and Mrs W H
Mr and Mrs Jack Williams Discharged: Ray Koke, Mrs Sowell, Valdosta and Mr and Mrs RAJ N
-- Frances and Mrs We wish to show our appreciation E W
Baggett Smith
baby of
Macedonia
and family.Mr spent T ,.
DELUXE Limit w.$5XCOOKING
Miss Toni Jean Wells for all FF -
was guest those many kind .expressions Christmas
Charles Godwin 1 Leila Gibson, Pete Allen, Mrs : day with their parents;
and Mrs speaker Tuesday at the Lions' Club of
sympathy shown us Mr and Mrs
Drew
Eloise Rutherford and baby Tommy Hughey.x .
and two children of West Palm meeting and brought an Interesting during the anxious days of illness 01!

Beach spent part of the Christmas report on the NFJC newspaper, the Warren, James Macarages, Mrs and the dark hours of our recent ,: -,
holidays here with Mr and Mrs W Timuquana Trailblazer. From a Burnham an:! baby, Joseph Hammock bereavement Guests of Mr and Mrs R E
V Godwin and other relatives.Mr small mimeograph edition with a Mrs Ruth McReynolds. CHARLES and MARY ELIZABETH Cowart during the holidays were AMERICAN BEAUTY OR FRE;

and Mrs S E Whitty had skeleton staff, the young lady re- BABY BURNHAM HITCHCOCK Mr and Mrs Pope Cheney and children -

their children and grandchildren, ported its increase to a several page Mr and Mrs Rodney Burnham of of Gainesville, and Mr and Tomato JuicOcean :

and Mrs Ola Mercer as dinner offset publication. She also said Route 1, Lee announce the birthof Miss Joyce Littleton left Sunday Mrs Stanton Cowart of Jackson-

guests Sunday.Mr that the state junior college news- a baby girl Dec 22. She weighed for New Orleans where she will ville. Spray Strained or Whole
paper association would meet with Mr and Mrs Frank Vickers of
Hubert Rowe 6 Ibs and 8 4 ozs. ... .- .be the guest of Miss Elsa Claverie Sauce
and Mrs and Valdosta .
NFJC here in February.. are spending New ,Year's J..... r.' .. Cranberry
children and Mrs Caulley Copeland J L Studstill of Panama City BABY MCREYNOLDS and family. While I there Miss Little with Mrs J VIckers and- Mr and )
and son came during the holiday for was a visitor. Mr and Mrs 0 M MCRcynold ton *will attend'Ihe Harlequins' Mrs E M May. Garden Peas Libby'

.. a visit with..Mr and Mrs 'R' Rowe. ,.... _. of Madison announce the birth ofa New Year's Ball and also see the Rev and Mrs Henry Langfordand Tasty
.. of
Mr and Mrs Colen McMulJen FIRE WEDNESDAYFire baby bore Dec-22. He weighed Sugar Bowl game. Miss Claverie, three sons of Chatham Va, who Fyne-Tastil

Fernandina came Saturday for an 6 Ibs and 5 ozs. will return with Miss Littleton to spent Christmas here with Mrs C Green beans CutANCHOVIES
overnight visit with his mother, 27. I visit A Langford and Mr and Mrs J B
broke out in a house ;occupied Deaths: Hershel Lee, Dec before she returns to Stephens Importe
Mrs Value McMullen. Davis and family, left to
Sunday
COLORED PATIENTS Columbus Missouri-
by Mary Bryant, colored, College in
McMullen and visit Mrs Langford's relatives in Flat or
and Mrs Billy
Mr In. Edgerly Quarters about 10:10a Admitted: William McCain, Mary. Mrs R C Home arid Mrs H D Mobile

son Teddy of Jacksonville came m Wednesday Children playingIn Frances Martin, Agustus Brown, Oxford entertained at a' lovely Mr Elzic May and'daughter Cissy Sweet Potatoes Yam t,
here and
relatives
for visit with Tem
a an open fire apparently had set Sherman Talton Mary Williams. I luncheon Saturday at the Horns visited Mr May's mother in Forrest;
at Hickory Grove Billy returned fire to a window shade which Discharges: Rutha Lewis Una! home: honoring Mrs D B Torn Mist during Christmas.Mr m 1 Fre-Mar, Chut

home Christmas afternoon. Debris burned into the framing. Damagewas Lasiter, William.cCaJn. Mary guest of :Mrs J L Wyche, and Miss and Mrs L E Hewett and limaisnstylc> Light MeLek

and baby stayed over for a longer limited to the one room, and Frances Martin and Augustus Mary- Catherine Goody, guest of children of Savannah spent Christmas

visiLMr no one was injured. The house Brown. .. Mrs T C Coody. Christmas decorations here with Mr and Mrs Gordon Boiled Peanuts Zest

Tom Kent of Pensacola cameOV&l' belonged to Miss Whittle Dickin Born to Mary Williams, Dec 28, were used in the rooms Williams. ,. t 1 MARTI
for a short visit with relatives weighing 6 lbs and: George Thomas a former Mad .
son a baby girl and on the luncheon table. A delicious 5-;
has
the holidays.A senian. bought the Russell i Stuffed Olives
during -
6& ozs.. ,. menu was served.Mrs Vann home B
that had been moved
fresh coat of paint is being tor of the Methodist church will
A E Fraleigh and Mrs J G out near the Thomasville and Quit- WESTFIELD" RED MARASCHIN
to the inside walls o'f the fill his first appointment here
applied
FIRE ALARM TUESDAY Ashley entertained members o.f man road forks north of town. 1
Post Office, by Mr Arthur Williams.Mr Sunday. He plans to move Thurs CHERRIESCakeMix
their family at a Christmas dinnsr. and he and his family will make II lFyneBake
and Mrs Frank Stokes had day.Mrs The Fire Department calledto :: Guests were Mr and Mrs A G their home here again.

as guests during the Christmas Edward Whitty and children, the home of Sammie .,mlth and Paul Jr and son Alexander of Lake :Mr and Mrs C E Petree Sr have .' White YelIoa I
Miss Helen Stokes, of and niece Susan Whitty, and Mrs .returned from Food
holidays wife;! in Owen Subdivision 9:10m'lF Qtf. Mr and )11'& R S Williams Richmond Va after Spice 0
Jacksonville Mr and Mrs David Cleo Hamrick went t6 Jacksonville spending the Christmas holidays B e
a y when the- stove pipe fit Ocala and Mr and Mrs T L JUMBO PIES =
Stokes and daughter of Albany Tuesday on business and to visit had fallen off the heater and with their son and daughter-in-law, .
Fraleigh and family. Mr and :Mrs C E Petree Jr. Eddie
Mr and Mrs Clarence Miss L B Claud.
Georgia. smoke was pouring into the room. Miss Rosemary Clark left Tues- Petree, who attended school here EDUCATOR CRAX11I (
and children of Lakeland: Mrs Clyde Sutton had as guests
Smith
There was no fire damage but con- day for White Plains. N Y for a now holds a position with the Sea- .
:Mr and Mrs Alfred Pinkard of during tho holidays Mr and :Mrs siderable smoke caused inconvenience. holiday visit with Bill Steiffel of board R R as laboratory technician.

Madison. Also Mr and Mrst Edgar .J R Newton and. children of Jacksorv1Ue e Emory University, and his. parents, Recent activities- of thieves in ..

Stokes and family Mr aB Mrs ; Mr Juid Mrs DewittGreen" Jfriand, .Mrs SttiffeL ,. 1 the area include breaking open ofa Jr'

.'I.... ,Dewey Drlggcrs spent Christmas' -7' ;and: children of Lakeland / | Dr. and Mrs N Jordan Akridge air.t>Claude 'Ktfly of,.:..Hartford,, Jool4) organ at "fit* local Jook' joint I.: ; : ''I
Day with them. \'1 ].: ? ,Mr and Mrs Prentice Cherry'hadfor and three tons Chip, Mike and CoKUlaed'; : Monday .to spend .a' and burglary at. Ibiady .- Grover CHOCK FULL OF THE ? \EST I

Mr and Mrs L A Lamb "hadas their guests Christmas, Me. and Philip of Cocoa who 'were here few --week here' with Turf broth:r, store. .

... guests during the holidays:>lr .,ud. ..MrsrJoho: :JH: !McMullen and. sonsIrvan for the holidays with Dr and'Mrs Mr C P Kelly,- and relatives'. and Charles Wynn' -.t 3.r of...3Pfc Ft; Dix} ': /oh= APPLE PIES

Mrs Junior Lamb, son >Rickyiof and Johnny.- \ 3 J :qmw iK left -Monday for a friends. + s.? N J spent the holiday week .with .

F.' Jacksonville. Mr and Mrs Royc Mr and Mrs S K Driggers had trip to OkefenokeeSwamp.. They his father, Charlie Wynn k. I
of the GOODYEAR TIRESMS ;, teed Fudge Choc t Lemon
r, Outz of Monticello and her mother ,guests during the Christmas holidays will return the latter part Mrs R S Williams Jr entera Chec I
' j .. Outz of Madison and Monti- Mr and Mrs Joe Russell and week and leave for their "home in ;.y BOSTON
,. .. Mrs, Cocoa. Baby. Helen Jane remainedhere BAY STATION rained with a family dinner party l (
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THE ENTERPRlSEJlECbEDER,*.MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY. 1st, 1960"
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Zipperer-Aidrews Notice Is hereby given that NOTICE the following described lands In the-

CUy of Madison,, Florida or so much thereof as will be' necessary to "

Marriage S.JcfM zd pay the amount due for taxes of 1958 herein set opposite to the-
same, together with cost of such sale and advertising, will be sold \
at Public auction on Monday, the 4th day of January, A. D. 1960 at ;
Saturday; January 2 Swday the Hour of 12 o'clock noon at the City Hall door, City of Madison. i :
DOUBLE FEATURE w. wS7' County of Madison, State of Florida. >:)
THE MATING GAME, In cinema Description Name Amount '
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Scope and Jr1 trocoIor, starring The First Methodist church was BIk 28 Town of Madison Lot
Debbie Reynolds, Tony Randall. The the setting at 6 p. m. Sunday December No 180 _u Cruce and lacone $221.00
number one comedy of the 'year. 27, for the marriage of BIk 8, Fraleigh Smith S/D North ;.

The proper boy meets forward girL Miss: Jenobel Smith ZJppercr and 50 ft of Lot No, '8 w...... .., Joe & Gussie Williams. 5:00:. ?
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They made hey! hey! She was the i Luther Robert Andrews.The Bile 13 Fraleigh Smith S/D Stt ..,.. '

farmer's daughter who really knew bride Is the daughter of Mr of Lots 1 & 2 ...... ___ Theodore Warren t:. 21.00
her oat4SHOOTOUT, and Mrs Azetl Britton Zipperer. of BIk 18 Fraleigh Smith SID Lot r'

I Madison, while the bridegroom Is No. 8 ___....__._...--. Est. Anna Latimore J1.: 15.00
AT MEDICINE the son of Mrs Irene B Andrews Bryant Field S/D Lot 21 --.:. Annie Frederick 830: ( .
BEND, starring Randolph Scott of Madison and the late Mr -L R 22 In 9e, Part of NE i ot SEU t ..
Angle Dickinson. He believed in an Andre & Reed DB 87 PG 180 Leatha Cook 3.00
eye for an eye 'and a bullet for a Mr Zipperer gave his daughter In Pope S/D Lots 129 & 130 0 L & Dorthy Jackson 32.50 ,
tullet A frock coat, a black hat marriage, and William T Beggs of :Moseley Addition Part of Lot No. '

and a gunbelt full of vengeance Emory University acted as best 5 Reed DB 33 PG 221 -_-. .... wL!a Williams M 8.00 !
he ruled the town of Medicine Bend. 1/i 'ff man.The 27 In 9e Part of NWtt of NWK .. ,

Cartoon. Reverend Paul Touchton cony. by Sallie Bell ...- :Mary+ Elizabeth Moore ; 3.o't

Sunday-Monday, January 3, 4 officiated the double ring cere BUt A Plant Addition Lot 12 Lillie Mae Davis 2.50 .' 1
IT HAPPENED TO JANE In 1jtK'Y- mony. Wedding musk was offeredby BIk C Plant Addition Lots 8, 9, 10 Joe and Mary Graham '" 3.50

Eastman color, starring Doris Day, Mrs Dale M Leslie organist and BIk D, Plant Addition Lot 21 Gertrude Joseph et al '. 2.60 .,.y '
Jack Lemmon Ernie Kovacs. The Miss Jean Ragans, cousin of the BIk F, Plant Addition Lot 9 DonnIe DeLaughter "' 2.50 \

happiest girl In the world, clawed bridegroom soloist BIk H, Plant Addition Lot 10 Manila Williams 2.50
her way to lore Vs. the meanest Cl ...ristNiio I '" Vows were spoken before a background t HI 27 1 n 9 e Part of' NWU of ;!, .
man In the world. A battle guaran- = '''' of holly and magnolia NWU bounded of North by ,,1
teed to be the year's top laugh YearpHtl against which stood in relief baskets h Bunker St. on East by lot No.' .
riot Cartoon.Tuesday.Wednesda". -" of red gladioli and camellias f/bPl 11 :Moseley Addition:, on West '.
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and candelabra holding red candles. by old colored lot, &: on South
January 5, 6 .i. wr to ,yom'alL The choir and altar rails were I'r .*' 1960 by lot 16 Moseley Addition. Est of Peter McKInney 23.00
DOUBLE FEATURE j 'GtHKI J..k banked with holly and at the center: BIk A VIckers SID Lot No. 13 Clemia Bradley 2.50
GIANT FROM THE UNKNOWN of the altar rail was a drapery of .r Blk A Vickers S/D Lot No. 20 James Barfield 2.50
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starring Edward Kemmer, Sally .' white satin and a satin and lace 27 In 9e Part of S% of NWU
Fraser. It came from another worldto pillow on which the couple knelt Reed P* 331 _. .-_ Willie McCray & Perry Oliver 3.00
terrorize the lives of hundreds.A 2! .. frr the benediction. I 28 In 9e Part of NEK reed DB

chill and shock a minute. Mrs Edward Thomhlll m of '- 81 PG 40 .. J B DeLaughter 3.00
Durham, N C cousin of the bride Thanks for Elk B'Hal Stoy S/D Lot No. 9

SHE DEMONS, starring Tod Grif was her matron 'Of honor,' Bridesmaids & 10 ...*-....... ... .-"._.,...-...-, Letha M Brown 3.00
fin, Len Tana. Cartoon. were Mrs Buck Roberts of your patronage BIk F Hal Stoy S/D Lot 4 John :Miner 2.50

Atlanta, Miss Barbara 'Naughton, Blk G Hal Stoy S/D 50 x 100 '
Thursday-Friday, January 7, 8 Miss Anne Folsom and Miss,'Catherine during they ft In NE Cor of ._w......_ Newt Demps 3.00
DOUBLE FEATURE s Smith of Madison; MIa Gail past year.C..Yernon. BIk H Hal Stoy S/D Lots 27 & 28 Willie & Emma Lee Mitchell 3.50
YELLOWSTONE KELLY In Roberts, of Tampa and Miss Rhoda Elk H Hal Stoy S/D Lot 12 Gussie! Mae Johnson 2.50
Technicolor, starring Clint Walker, Arnold of Lake City, sorority sisters But H Hal Stoy S/D Lot 6 Sam H Mitchell I 2.50
Andra Martin, Ray Danton. The a t of the bride. BIt H Hal Stoy S/D Lot No. 9 Nellie Mae Buggs 2.50
love of one woman saved an" entire The attendants were similarly BIk 1 J L& W L Tooke SID

regiment. Power-packed! Arrow- gowned in emerald green ,velveteen Lots No. 3, 4, 5 Est Annie Whittle 11.00
fast! Wild In war and tame In fashioned with ratted bodices and --4./ BIk 2JL & W L Tooke S/D f '

romance. Loved by two white men f 2 tf short bouffant skirts; trimmed In a Lott No.' 5 & 6 ... .. -.. .. Billy & Rachel Benjamin 4.00
and two Indians-she chose and lighter shade of green satin. Bows Blk 2JL & W L Tooke S/D ,

conquered. We wish all our Madison County of the satin were attached to !' Lot No. 7 ...._.. _-i____ ___ Milton Bell 3.00
starring Gregg friends and customers Happy New pointed necklines In the back and BIk 6 Tooke S/D Lot No. 10 Bolden Gallon 2.50
SET LARK
REBEL STUD EBAKZR
THE Beat Year. fell to the hemline. They carried BIk 6 Tooke S/D Lot No. 9 Peter Buggs 2.50
Crowley. Ph. HU 3-6323 Madison "
Palmer Kathleen red lighted candles set in trailing ALEX H. SMITH Tax Collector, City of M.idison.
niks In action. They rebelled against B C Mure &. ivy.

LOVELY BRIDE
/ good society but there was a limit .' r. Rtbert Stating CHARGED WITH TRAFFIC i"h ,
The bride closer r
QUTTMAN GEORGIA.. lovely candlelight VIOLATION

.,.. Cartoon. d \. .- VISITING a INI.sTERrf 7' I (: The round satin neckline for her and formal cuffs gown.of L f Citizen Passes }I" ".. **' l..M. LASHLEY' .

the long sleeves ,
ASSISTS WITNESSES tapered were appli- Phone FO 2.1580
$ qued with and beads from Elbert Simmons white
4! 'f pearls 1 Robert was I
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Bunting 85 OAK, FLA.
o died at '"
--- ; her maternal grandmother's wedding charged with drunken driving
1 kU home here Dec. 26 In his sleepwith RT. 1, BOX 210 I
The local Congregation: of Jeho gown. A long torso effect was no apparent former illness. lie driving without license and leavingthe PAINTING & WALL PAPERHANGING
vah's Witnesses Is being assisted satin created by a Into narrow band of leas a Ufe long resident here and scene of an accident in a series
woven
unpressed pleats
this member of of Madison's of minor traffic accidents
week by their visiting minister, and one oldest Christ
I the bouffant skirt flowed intoa
Mr Francis R Eldridge, special I cathedral families. mas night about 7:30.
train. Her
fingertipveil Mrs I Z
representative' of the' Watchtower of Illusion was attached to Mr Bunting was a pioneer oilman Simmons, in a Mercury sedan Hughey entertained" ata
a of this section and Christmas dinner at her home
society. Juliet cap appliqued with the same represented struck a parked sedan in front of
} the Standard Oil Co here for Christmas day. Those Included
Hugh Hancock local present -
presiding
small beads and pearls. Lace and Charley Groover's home in Lakeside
F minister, explained that the steppedup many years before and during the Mr and Mrs Jesse HugheyMr
pearl also
appliques
bordered the causing $::50 damage, or more
activities call for'a change In veil. She carried a bouquet of early days of the automobile In and then continuing four blocks and Mrs P K Rowell, Miss
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dustry. He
also
advertised meetings The Service Happiness roses Her only ornamentwas was engaged In Helen Rowell, Mr and Mrs Howard
farming during his long For struck a pickup truck doing about
and Ministry School programs were a diamond lavaliere, a gift; of career. Hughey and daughter Rachel Ann
held Tuesday evening tead of the the past number of years he had $20 damage to the truck. Damage
bridegroom
Mrs T C McNally,, Eugene Davis
Friday but there will be a special Mrs lived retired to, the Mercury he was driving was
Zipperer, the bride's mother
and Mr and Mrs F of
George Day
/1: Survivors are his wife Mrs Edwina
i ) program for everyone Saturday wore a street length dress of moss :$150.00Mr
evening at 8:00 Carroll Bunting of Madison Lake Como.
p. m. green satin designed with tightly- -
4 r / I The public ,Bible lecture at the i fitted bodice with bustle .effect of and one brother, Charles A BuntIng -
kingdom hall 118 North : of Fort Myers. Also numberof and Mrs E V (Gene) Fisherof
h 1 Orange the same material- In back, and a
Street for 3:00 p. m. Sunday ,will tight bracelet length sleeves. Her nieces and :nephews survive. Tallahassee and Mr and :Mrs It's HOLTON'S for
.As we IMMChl161! we SlY be given by Mr Eldridge on the accessories were matching and her Services were held at 10 .. m. Marion Parker main Miss Pat Par-

!. thank yw for ywrvaMftttiwagewdstwrtfa subject, "Walking Wisely in a corsage was brown orchids. Funeral Monday Home In the T J Beggs Jr ker were luncheon guests of Mr beautiful and appreciated -
Wicked World." Mrs Andrews mother of the bride' Ridge with burial in Oak and Mrs P K Rowell and Miss I

groom, wore red chantilly lace over cemetery. Helen Rowell Tuesday of last
The Rev James T Barber gifts

\ R _: iag the past "".,...J' 'Mr John Wpod, of Jacksonville ,talletaith in drape satin effect cummerbund in back. ending She ated.offered.Organ, meditation music offici was week. 1 i

all of you hWYIltw Y ear. .spent several days last week with wore white orchid matching:: accessories, arid a ; Active pallbearers: Messrs A H

Mr Mrs P K Rowell corsage. Smith T '
-and and Miss F U.lngstonV11Ue Pin- -

-- Vertle's Beauty Salon Helen Rowell. His parents, Mr and Ushers Ashley were, Beggs Thomas and A John T Gibson BeggsIII son.E Ball Smith, Maury Blalodc. J CAMPING EQUIPMENT

Mrs W C Wood were guests of of Madison, Vince Fechtal of Lees- Stanley, Dr John Sands and
Charles
t SETZER SHOPPING CENTER the Rowells Wednesday and were burg, Dr Albert Cline Jr of Can- Groover.
Honorary Pup Tents ... $5.95 6-Ptece Aluminum
MADISON FLORIDA accompanied home by John. ten: N C and Bobby Ragans, Or- : Messrs W T Goody. T
ando.. C Merchant Sr.. J E Cott1nvhJtm_ Complete with poles Mess Kits ? $1.98
A H Armstrong; B G Waring I
"' Immediately following the ceremony Edgar pegs i
the bride's parents enter- Stewart Walter Shaw Henry
tained with a reception in Methodist Burnett A B O ldres, Jim Beggs Genuine Army New Army Folding

4 'I. Fellowship HalL W E McCain and Bill Raines. Canteens _, 98c Shovels .. .. $1.98

The bride's table COeredith WIth Covers WIth Cases

:.. an imported linen cloth inserted with CHILD CRITICALLY INJURED
I handmade lace was centered with Army 7 x 7 Wall

I .v- the tiered wedding cake, flanked by Jackie Samuel r Packs .... .. $1.49 Tents .. .. $14.95
silver candelabra Brown, age 4, '
entwined with Complete With StrapS
Complete WIth Poles and
son of Mr and Mrs J S Brown of
white camellias and slyer foliage .... Pegs
Small tulle Christmas trees completed Madison was seriously Injured Sat Army TXpc CamP

let's eeiebr rate the I xrml'; iffta the decorations. The tea about 4:15 p m when he dashed Hatchets .. $1.39 Shoulder

.. table held a silver candelabra deco Into SR 368 South Second street.In Pack .. .. $1.49
S iliv New Ytlr wM It88t W IIIIC rated with white camellias, garlands -' front of his home and was l5 x 7 Wall Machetes
. $1.98
: tt IIN'miy b..t.1ritINIc. Al ribbon of silver foliage and' red struck by a passing car. The driverof Tents .. $12.9 With Case

., the car was Joseph Randell Complete With Poles and
Miss Polly Clark, of Monticello. : colored of Greenville. Pegs
f sorority sister of the bride, cut the I Jungle
wedding cake. Pouring Russian tea I The little boy received a fractured Hammocks $9. 5
rx Field Packs $2.98
thigh skull injury and
Internal
at ,a side table were Mrs Ashley
} Beggs Mrs Bill Cane Mrs Randell injuries and Is In the local Genuine ArmySleeping AIr

Gaston, Mrs Carlton Smith, Mrs hospital In critical condition. BagS $4.98 Mattresses .. $2.98 ,
Guy Morrow and Mrs S A Smith. Randell was charged with driving -
Hiss Paula Roberts of Jacksonville
with improper brakes.
Scout Knives 98c
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kept the bride's book. Hostesseswere Bayonets ... $2.98
Mrs F E Naughton Mrs Ben In their!. new home east of Madison.Out .
{ .- 1 PfeiL and Mrs S H Moore. Misses: of town relative attendingthe Navy New MosqWtD

I 4. :i CIndy Gibson Fran Harrison and wedding Included Dr and Mrs Hammocks .. $ .9S Bars. .. .... $2.98
Becky Davis passed mints, and Albert P Cline Sr, and Dr and
serving were Misses Elizabeth Smith, Mrs A P dine Jr of Canton N C Stern Camp

Yandne Miliinor. Nancy Smith. Me_ and Mrs T N Toms. Mrs John Cook Stoves 9& Blankets ... $2.98
Betsy Harrison Mrs Ashley Fra- Hurst, and Mrs, John McCarthy; of
Leigh. Misses Rosa Mabel Waring Miami, Mrs Porter E Plant Sr.
and Betty Bevis. and son Mr Porter Plant of Arlington FREE ARMY HELMET WITH PURCHASEOF
Later In the evening Mr, and Mrs Va, Mr and Mrs W M Burton
Andrews left on a wedding trip. of Coral Gables Mr and Mrs D ANY CAMPING ITEM!

The bride wore for traveling a N Webb'and Miss Diane Wefcb of
i.v. .. beige wool suit with box jacket Gainesville Mr and Mrs Paul SOUTHERN SALVAGE CO.

: IRENE'S DmSSIIf. : and white trim .matching acces- Roberts and daughters. Paula and
: .. I cries and green' feather hat Her Susan and son Eddie of Jacksonville 111 South Ashley St. Valdosta Ga.

!:; ,t MADISON, FLORIDA I corsage was Happiness roses. On and Mr and Mrs Buck Roberts
." r their return they will be at home of Atlanta

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Jumbo Hamburgers 3Dc.
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Choicest of Steaks and Sea I

Foods at WHITE TOP COBLES Brought To You Weekly By

DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK '
south of ''Madison. '3-lteh e
'U'E Howard Studsiill
1 DUCK IDENTIFICATION' IS IMPORTANT
NOTICE 'TO -ALL NEW PUCK TO DUCK HUNTERS THIS YEAR-
HOMESTEADERS: DUE TO A POOR NESTING SEASON .
All new home owners are required HVN/"G 1 ONLY ONE [NOT ONE OF EACH] Lumber Co.
under the law to file an application OF THE FOLLOWING DUCKS MAYBE (
with this office for ,your ? 'p S INCLUDED THE DAILY BAG t' ".
Homestead Exemption before April] J LIMIT OF DUCKS PER HUNTER -

1stAll GRAY BODVBLACK DOZIER'.. ,
Homesteaders who received -' CHEST RUSN-RED HEAP, ost Y o0 "
the exemption for 1959 will receive ROUND 'WHITE o w you read the Fisherman Calendar;
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an application card for your renewal REDOMl w BODY -

so please sign find return (HEAD 7. __- Male (LONG aImt .
the card by mail to this office before VSLOPlNtf /',
April 1st f PROFILE s ,3r
*1 Male u CALENDAR
.cOBLE'S FISHERMAN'S
Please make your return to this .,
office before April 1st for intangible ->> / t. fOR THI WEEK JAN. 3 THRU JAN. 10
and personal property for the REDHEAD TAN HEAP
year 1960. r .. T... foilda om-r.m w.. n e lite ..;-
A H Armstrong, GRAY eovy,,,, Female

Tax Assessor Madison County. GINYAS6Atk SUN MON FRI SAT SUN
3 I 4 I Se I who I THUj 8 I 9 I 10

I Mr and Mrs Henry Warnock and of a : t.\S:::::> 922 =:> =::: tI::
eASE eat 6:35 1:07 1:52 4:22 10:08 10:51
baby of Macon, Ga, and Mr and
AMP I Female 'Ii' PM PM P1rI PM Pl\t PM PM PM
Mrs H B Warnock of Panacea
RING GR.AV- SMALL, '
spent Christmas here with their .
AROUND 8 BODY DUCKY I Blacker MM Fish B tftr tM Day for Flshlag I
f mother, Mrs H D Warnock. Mrs eve
Warnock's son-in-law and daughter WHITISH PARK
I Mr and Mrs Everett Flournoyand oopy I
son Henry of Macon are expected DUCK SEASON OPENS WITH WHCHEEKS rE Mjfc HOWARD STUDST1LL
I for a weekend visit. 12 NOON KOVBMBER ,30

EWDSa25uN5EtJANUARYZUlDY DtJJe
CHRISTMAS DINNER LUMBER COMPANY '.
Mr & Mrs Stevie Sheffield were FLORIDA GAME ,
,ANp FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION
hosts at a family dinner Christmas -
HU :S-6106 MADISON, FLORIDA
Day. Guests were Mrs Jeannette ,
: Jones and Mr and Mrs Vernon
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Ragans and three children of _
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Madison, Mrs Coral Wright W A FOLEY LAWN 1.IOWERSbRlGGSSTRATTON :Mr and :Airs Guy :Morrow were SCHWINN BICYCLES Mr and Mrs J A Bentley spent
I Wright Mr and Mrs Ray Williams MOTORS hosts at a family Christmas dinner.I Franchised Dealers & Service the holiday In Jacksonville with Willis Recording Studio

I and two children of Jacksonville 10 per cent Down Payment Guests Included :Mr and :Mrs HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. Mr and: Mrs L M Buie. Other -
j and Mr and Mrs Alvin Jones of HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. James Wadsworth and family of guests for the family Christmas Ted Willis Is opening a Professional
I Gainesville. Tallahassee; Mr and Mrs Julian nor Mr and Mrs J P Morrow, Mrs dinner were Mr J D Burnett of Tape and Disc recording
Thompson and children Florala Marie Wadsworth and Mr John Keuka, Mrs A''J'.Cousanleu of In- studio at his home, also music for
Ala; :Mrs R L Milliner Bob :Milti-,Wadfworth.We terlachen and Mr and Mrs W D dances and programs. Radio repairs

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I. ';, C-C( it will be a prosperous,and bappy 0111 ftrj ll.Thanh ,- ,

I j .",,.",, ....- to all our good friends for .X With you we welcome i I960 and hipS.... -r:'-

I "." ,,,..... your wonderful patronage during the past year.. continue ,' .
we to merit
your good will an <
! Best wishes to all our friends in the Madison County area. valued .. ..-, "
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BOX 509, :MADISON, FLA. MARTHA'SVALDOSTA JP JOHNSON "j 1
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I Fall and Summer Suits



T 1 TJ C.95: to HALF 16.95 PRICE .-' I Ijackets I




j i 1-I \\1 0.95 to 16.95, 3.99 & 12.99 \. I.



Pants, 3.99, 5.49r 9.99 '

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Shirts, 2.99, 3.89,429; ; .


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: The Store For Men .

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S ... ,; f."-, Too Late Tt Classify" Carlton E Croom I PASSES IN QUITMAND

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; NOT'ICES: S J Rhodes 34 of the Ochlawilla
:: ; Broadus WflfeflgBby Dies At 84 community died last Wednesday
6t666
.. I night in the hospital in Quitmaii

My ranch, 2 miles Sof. Madison, has been posted against' Phone REALTOR Office HU 3-6481 Carlton E Croom, 84, died in aMiUedgeville. S Saturday'and funeral afternoon services at the were Redland held

Residence HU 3-6481. MadisonMADI80N Ga hospital Friday
trespassing and hunting, and I have run notices in -this : FLORIDA: Dee 25. He was' formerly a resident DIES IN LOCAL HOSPITAL Baptist church near Clyattville.Mr .

of Cherry Lake, but had been Rhodes is survived by his
newspaper forbidding hunting on same. These overlooked wife and two
bargains were daughters, his parents
Hershel 54 of
living In Milledgeville for several Thomas Lee ,
However, this past week end a. valuable bull was killed.. in 1S59.! Will you be the smart, years. Monticello. died Dec 27, in Madi- and a brother all of Ochlawilla.
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buyer In I960 .
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; For. "this reason, I wilLbe forced to. prosecute trespassers One 2-br house, large lot; near. During his active career Mr son County Memorial Hospital.
,3 s 1" *'.%:y .f W. .* schools; only $SOO down. I Croom was engaged in the railroad Survivors are his wife, Mrs Tommy Matheny, 11 year old
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i on same, day or night. .v r" .'W : One good, large 2-bath "'oust, business and made his :home in Susie Mae Lee; a half-brother, son of Mr and Mrs C C Matheny

., near schools 2 lots. Five percent Waycross and in FiFgerala for Alfred Duncan, of MontieeUo, anda undergoes, a tonsileetomy this
S : mortgage. Reasonable down f.pay1. I many years.Sen1cci half-sister, Mrs Lynn Perry of Thursday Plnevtew' Hospital.
Henry Messer I went x I were held at 2 p m Miami I. Mr and 'Mjs S .D Medlin and
: Home and income. Duplex near
;t .. postofflce. Very reasonably* rIced. S.onday in the Cherry Lake Metho- Services were held at 3:30 p m I children, Bessie Stevie, and Annette
!:" dist Church. The Tufftfay at Wilkins Funeral Home
I. Several farms and businesses for pastor, the Rev spent Christmas in Raleigh
:.... sale. .. '. C B Davis. officiated assisted by in Monticello, and interment was I IIln I IN C, with Mr Medlin's mother. ,
COLORED DEATH the Rev John R Collins and the Ebenezer cemetery. i Ludle Medlin.

FOR SALE: Two bedroom block IkvV A Kelly; of Yaldosta. I Mr and Mrs R S Williams III of
Walking Wisely Minnie Lee Rhlm, age 29, of house with bath facing Cherry Waller Whitlock, organist, rendered To Our Friends Ocala were holiday guests of Mrs
Madison, passed away in a West Lake.' Fishing privileges. 'Hot meditation music and a quartet R S Williams.Jc. ..
in Florida hospital December 26th. She water heater and gas tank furnished composed of Mr and Mrs E P Mrs N Williams and two sons
a was a member of the ML Moriah See MAY I960BE I
ROBERTS GROCERYat Sanders Jr T J Beggs III, and of Frostproof are holiday guests
Missionary Baptist church. Cherry Lake or Phone 8396. .. FULL OF
Mrs Turner Davis Intermentin
Wicked World She is survived by five brothers, 18-lt-ch sang. :of her parents Mr and Mrs D D
three sisters, two aunts, and one Oak Ridge cemetery was in r Morris.. ,
WHY IS IT SO DIFFICULT? uncle, of Ft. Pierce. Horses or Mules for Sale. 4 charge of the T J Beggs Jr Funeral Rev J C Moore Sr and son, Mr

HOW CAN IT BE DONE? Funeral services will be held miles north Madison on Rocky n.mc.Suni"ors. Bob Moore of Augusta, Ga were
Thursday December 31st, at 2 p. are three daughters visitors here the pst week: with
Ford old Valdosta road. J
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Public Address By m. in Mt Morlah Missionary Bap. .Mrs Georgp F umetl. Sr. Cherry Prof J C Moor Jr and family.
tlst church .and.burial S or J C TUTEN, Rt 3 Box /
will follow
Lake. Mrs of
F. R.JELDRIDGE Claude Proctor of Valdosta Mr ted. Mrs LAme Cherry
In
Concord cemetery with Clifford 26 Madison. 1s.4 t-pd and Mr Frank Harrison, Lee.. hi4.as .holiday guests Mrs

Representative. t. of.../'Watchtower' Society. Slallworth Colored Funeral manager of Beggs Waycross. Ga; one ststtr Mrs Cfcmy's parent, Rev and Mrs
'Home in charge.
.' SUNDAY JANUARY 3, 3 E M. I Mattie Pittman, Wayerosa; one II L Boyd. and daughter Sarah of
I Mr and Mrs' Victor Matheny GIRARDIN JEWELERSFor brother. William Croom of Asheville L Lake Hatter
1 Kingdom Hall, 118 N Orange Street left Saturday for Norfolk Va for N C and a number of grandfehfldrcn Mr aM Mrs Van H Priest. had

... Madison Fla.::. the Naval headquarters after and great-grandchildren. ai holiday guests Mr and Mrs J L
I SILVER, CHINA CRYSTAL Active Stedstill and family of Panama
pallbearers E
: J Stanley
Christmas
All Kingdom-Seekers Welcome I spending with their ..j .
Free No Collection Taken Free. parents Mr and Mrs C C Math DIAMONDS JEWELRY John Wilson. Pat Milliner Guy I f. City.Vincent, FeeMet Jr o* Leesburg;
ny at Madison and Mr and : EXPERT REPAIRING Morrow Turner Dais.V T Goody
Mrs D was the week end guest of the Van
!4 )1) L Goodman at Greenville and S II Moore. And ProsperityWe If Priest family. .
'-.a Honorary: T J Bergs Jr Mart
Mr and Mrs Waring Wyche had ,,, -i:X- NATIONALBRID1L Bunting A H Armstrong J Sate I rr m -t(
as guests for Christmas dinntr Mr Rev Jam l C Moore Jr professor ", Sr ""Ulle. Burnett, Scott Wfenberijv appreciated your past (

and Mrs B G Wyche and children, of Bible .at "KFJQ preacheda SERVICE .E'ansVaJdtep,; Sam -Sale, patronage and- hope to continue STOP BY KELLY'S
:Mr and Mrs Waring W" ych E!,., Mr, fine sermon on the meaning of Carl../Burnett. .J I Surles Russell to give you the same

,.-,. and Mrs Gordon Ashley and Jcbli-: Christmas. Sunday at the Presbyterian VALDOSTAGA. Smith, Benton; Sale Raymond I service in 196 '-* FOR MENS & LADIES
dren'and Mr and Mrs U S Connor: church" His father the Rev Cowart and.5A A'Trulo\'e.

of Live Oak. who spent 'Christmas,J C Moore cave the closing! 303 No. Patterson Mr Croom had made his home Paul B. Williamson Watches $19.95-$26.95
here with the Ashley. 1 j I prayer and benedictionWishing : for the past: several years with
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r.d d And fJ.nl:$L1n L'Sf L1rl dIf L1.rl L'I LIrl....A_....1i'I_",.. 1i'I__".-.-If_i_ hU grandson-uvkw and grandda&ffMer : -
BILLY BRINSON DIES AT .; Dr and Mrs James A Enterprises i iTIL. KELLY WATCH REPAIR

FT MEADE Jahnson Jr and their four children I[ MARTHA E and PINEAPPLE r

: You aid Yews A Happy New Year at rniHedgevUle. /I I HU 3-6785 MADlSOy. FLA..t
WIlliam T (BUly) Brinson66, I Out-of-town Y:.tars tt the funeral -

rs... died Saturday afternoon in Ft fcrkiiei Mrs Beth Carpenter
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!Meade Fla, where he had recently 'Mrs Mett-i \T"Iis.:: Mrs V E Hasty -
Apples, Oranges', Tangerines, Kumquats, Candies, nuts made his home Mr Brinson was Mr Mat. !'rod..,.. Mrs Taylor

TRY SOME OF OUR GOOD GA. RED SWEET POTATOESWE born in Madison and: lived here for Davb ffcv and Mrs W A Kelly, ... "
r many years. For some time he was Mrs J C Ev !rtt. Mrs Nat Breed-
HAVE ANOTHER LOAD AT ->., engaged in the hardware business love and Mrs Willie. Dewberry of Notice'To. FarmersWe ,

$2.00 PER BU, THIS WEEK # S Jackson-111e1 Valdosta; Leonard Meadows, Jack

." WE BUY YOUR PECANS IN ANY QUANTITY Boatwright an fJrooks Robertson
-...* business for many years, and from of"Manchester.. {',aV P Groom buy Yellow Ear Cota the.

See us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT- which business he retired a. few Jr, Sarasota; Dr and Sirs Albert year around, '

S ... ', .5_ VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS months ago. Cline and family of Canton N C,
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: LARD CANS SEEDS lie is survived by his wife Mrs Mrs Toms, of Miami; Mrs E J Price Now 13 .
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Kate Brinson of Ft Meade, two FWcheL Atlanta; and Mrs Joe I
.' SPEIGHTS CERTIFIED TOBACCO SEED daughters by a former marriage, Richardson and Mrs S M Hurst, bushel
$1.15 :
DOWFUME 3IC-2 FOR BED TREATMENT Mrs Ben Arnow and Mrs Gloria Mrs Arthur Lou Mrs Ada Barnes! .' per'
Faulkner, a*son, LtV D Brinson, Miss Beth Thomas Mrs Alma Has i
,. SEE US FOR SYRUP JUGS-WIMBERLY3 NEW"CANE SYRUPURLESaSONS of Jacksonville, and several grand..dy. 'Miss Dorothy'SmltfJ and MrsC I picker picked
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I '.. and Mrs Arthur Lee Jones
J.z. moving this weric to Tampa' where and daughter Cindy of DemopoHs
I : be will be executive -vks-presxteot: Ala, ,will arrive the Utter part of naCimpany
,", a-ZSSs and general' cvwisel :fcK-,tti-FJarl- the week toteM: New Year's with ;V "" .
ffu JASPER FIA:
da ;Consumers Finance' Association .her parents, Mr and Mrs Otis *\.- ..; ." '.:.i.- ;,
the"Fred
HIs'famUy., presently located in Iloanctt

Glass hoUse on NW Hayne Mr and Mrs Charles Stout and
I street expects to join him in the children spent a few days last
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EARLES Darwin, the famous .. .:;".. .c)':";
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-7f I am ever cast adrift on a .
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ravage bland,;J hope It wlU be one \ '
Where Christian missionaries have .4

got there first.Dr.Pitt Van Dusen 'S 4, 4 5
during World War.n wrote a bookcalled

"They' Found the 'Church. r. ,
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There ,describing .
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some of the I ,
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many Sp
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troops had .
been astonished .,

to find Christians '.. .
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In the least likely t ;
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places. A youngparatrooper "J .. '
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'" In New Guinea, ": (f ... ,. r .# I. -., '
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the sound of'a'familiar Christianhymn ', a '.
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something Ihe uied to slag V
in Sunday school,, When; he made 11 S '" \ 1 rAtib
his wa/toward the sound, he ... I "
covered:not cannibals'but ex-can' I. r : j 4 .* "

nibals, now changed men because' Jfl1J1 ti ,"'..... ... t -
Christ had tome to their village. 5' /2 .


Tit-luM One of the most thrilling| Mgfot V -

this writer has seen in recent.yean justfo .
was a book, in fact two books. JO* .
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though he could read neither one! t .
t One of these was the first book of ;
any'kind printed in one of the Miao .' K'S f
languages (Mlao rhymes with a -
I'' cat's meow). Some young mission '

aries, trained in the study of primitive --. i
languages, have for the first A ; : : OU: 'I;

time in history put this Miao language _
into writing so that these 3. ..
mountain tribes, living in the borderlands .... r-w VSWV-< *y.J i.< -jSS-1- ;
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between China and Thi- "') ,./
land can learn to read,.and In time J ,

read the Bible. This new book is ". '". !,:}' .

only a primer, but it is a kind of THE CHURCH FOR ALL .. & ;' .....
toe-hold lor the Christian mission .. .. ,.... -.: -;,. 'f't!' .:' ; ,f"I('
1' I .&U.JFOR THE. ... CHURCH. k'; ,.. -, .' ..'to : ', -;::
The other book "
11. of
aries.
' the first New Testament reprint ever 1... )00 The Church is the greatest factor on earth for : -v ... ,- \. \, ( :.' : +

printed in Korean. Seventyfiveyears the building ,of character and fcood.cilueraKip. Come January first you're going to get .a presentglorious .' :"a \'; :
to be a Christian in -- -
ago It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without C '
Korea called for the death penalty.No : strong Church neither democracy nort iUutiori ; present of 365 bright, uncluttered days. '.
missionary could go there. But ..
in China this Testament was can survive. There are four sound reasons why ,
printed in the Korean language every person should attend services regularly and What r you da wfcn them IS largely up to you. Each day' of ,
and Into Korea the .
smuggled by support the Church. They are: (1 I) For his Ute year is now a blank page in' the notebook of your l life -; and;l. .
"Christian :
"Underground .
. sake. (2) For his children sate. (3) For
.... own !
I :; only fill it
Small B ilnntap Uie sake of his community and nation. (4) For you can -. ,

The story of Christian missions the sake of the Church itself which needs his ,

is long, and thrilling. The only pea moral and material support. Plan to go to Don't clutter up the first page by making a lot of useless '
ple who do not get a thrill out of it '
are the people who get no thrill out church regularly'and read your Bible daily. resolutions. Instead spend that time by going to church. 4"

of Christianity itself. A church !' : Day Book C h.. .. ... .. .. . .. ., ....., ':" .
member ,
twho 1 .
believe .
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Bays in .... .. I.. + < 4' : .
Christ but not in missions is as Sunday Psalm ,90 1-2" Turn to God the first day. of. the year, and stay with HiihiPut .. -
good as saying "I don't believe InChr1Jt. ... ,
." The; Christian religion is a Tuesday Monday Philipplans Psalms 77 2 12-13 13-14 your faith i in Him, and' in His' church.'"With His help J you

it missionary is for all religion;men everywhere, which is to it say is Wednesday John 15 10-12 can make this year the finest one you've ever lived. .

not"Amet1 in."."white".'ocd eB- t : Thursday Psalms 1 1-3 ;

tal" any more than it is Asian, yellow Friday Ephesians I 5 1-2 ..
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I or oriental. Missionaries.have Saturday Romans 1J 35-39 .

gone everywhere, that is to say 11w' .*",. .
into all sori* of places. But what *

we can foreign,missions, or world

missions, began! with, the da/when /,

two men feet out from the city of << 4 C-nr/4At liS'.KM'Ab.Strrfc.ftrttturf.V*.
Antioch headed weat. They wee v. % r ,<
the best find ablest men to that

church, they were its associate ..
pastors as' iwe would call them. rw

They hadf ,been, so to speak, Ry .:, ", '..
missionaries' in the metropolis of 'i. .
Antioch Now the church sent them 11" '

out. But the church did not 1eid .These Religions Messages are being Published Each Week Sponsored by the Fo110111n Individuals and

them until they were sure this was .- .
the will of the Holy Spirit The Establishments: + I
thought of Bending these men cameas .

J t, an inspiration, and the church .' :. . .. .. l
recognized It as such. So Paul and,
Barnabas ,became the first real"foreign
MADISON STORE BUDDY SMITHHARDWARE WESTERN AUTO STORE
Missionaries" in 'history.Tarriti DRUG ," _
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World The Rexall Store ; J. J. Sale, Jr., Owner'

"Go into all the world" Jesus !' < !Madison Ha HU FJa.MADISON, FLA;! *
Phone HU 3-2300, Madison. Florida Phone 3-23SS, Madison
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had said. There is no "here" or .

"there" for Christian. missions. If 10. <,,: .w... .. -Phone HU 3-2340
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an American Christian goes to "..:: r.. ". ,.,. .... .. .
share Christ with the Koreans, he "; .'
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,. is a "foreign" missionary; if a ,."-. "0, t '... 1"... .. #' .. .
Korean comes here for the same '.. "". ,
purpose he is a "foreign" mission j 11/ ,.L b1ESSEII ", J..n.... iVlSlnc., : .
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ary too. (That is one reason why ? : I' :MORROW INSURANCE ..
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some :churches do not speak of* BATTERY & TIRE ,CO. 1f dison. Florida.I QUALITY CLEANERS .
AGENCY ; .
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of "fraternal workers.") Preach- :MADISON FLORIDA Florida When your clothes are notb:.
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.' ing a Gospel sermon to a Spanish I 'J should 'oecomlnjr
they c
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speaking congregation in Texas. '. 4 REGISTER'S AUTO .SERVI&E mIng to you .

.. "home" missions; preaching the ".. 1. to. Phone HU 3- 450 Madison, FJa.A. to vs Phone HU #2255"

identical sermon to a congregation. .. .11. .
in-Mexico is "foreign" missions. BRYAN 'ELECTRIC >cq.Virlng .. 'FRALEIGH-AsIiLEY' ;: ,: ',4"

Its' geography that draws the lino. ...r '... '-. .' '\ ':..: p-;',. .. '. .: ,,\ ;' '.
"'There is no line really. That first "66** SERVICE
and Repair-Appliance CHERRY'S
.. TRUCK & TRACTORco.' .CAhTEYb MOTOR CO.Madison. .
.'"foreign missionary"party started ..
-"by going to the old home of Barna0 ;FIJORIDA ':,. ,' 'I .1 STATION.
-., "" S Madison Fla. Florida '.' .
bas himself,where they would have # Phone HU 3-224J, :;
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'(in' our lingo) "connections. But ,. ,- It-,... 'p":
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Places and countries may be barred "1" ," ; ; 1. $ .. -.'. .;- I ,

to But ins the, for church shorter sets or longer no limits times.for e. ". .,- a.... #:':':'1't!. _:. . '.. rsHE rEmm ,

itself. Wherever the world there

are people, there the Good News of ,
God is needed and: there Cteftsff i I

men will JoyfttUy go.






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Miss Diana Agner and Miss Martha Mr and Mrs C E Diekey and

HeKkrson-Wflson Wlgelsworth. Pouring were Mrs Ivy I'children of Nashville Tenn are
! spending the holidays at their home
Wgelsworth and Mrs W C Thompson
t :, Wedding and Miss Janie Wigelsworth here.

kept the bride's book. Hostesseswere
D { w Mrs Harvey Keeling and Mrs v
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r The Pinetta Methodist church was I Fred Joseph. Wedding cake punch
mints and nuts were served.
th! setting Sunday afternoon December -
j' ." v "... 20, for jibe.marriage.pf Miss I Mr and Mrs Wilson left on a
rf wedding trip to points In
; 1 rwS Florence Diane1 Henderson;- daughter Georgia.
\ : 'of Mr and Mrs Fred JtpeptL $1 pind .are now residJ t.;;;OwK
f' '. : f r ', ,' VL. **. *'* rod' !iS. 'ana Donald 'arTWiSon 1 ;rl.a'ke. 'Irs Wilson 'wore for travel- I

son of Mr and Mrs Wallace E WD* Ing a gray wool suit black accessories ,
*5n of Cherry Lake. The Rev W D and carnation corsage. .
t A ':,1 1 [ffitm. Hicks performed the double ring I WILSONHENDERSONREHEARSAL
DINNER
ceremony Miss Diana Agner, organist -
and Miss Sallie Wilson soloist Mr and Mrs Wallace E Wilson

.. sister! of the bridegroom, renderedthe entertained the WilsonHendersonbridal
\ wedding music. lIisJVtlson I party with a buffet dinner

: ,.. sang I Love You Truly, The Lord's: Saturday evening following the re-
."; .. {' t earsal, at their home
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: if. ', Prayer, and' Because. c h Cherry LaJ
.. '. "+'.;';'j.4": 1.,';. Vows were &pokenkj': be't I rTen guests were seated ata formal I i
'.'! white satin draped "1 table; laid with a linen The '
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..; ..., candled.arid standard: baskets cHwhite grilled ham, lima beans *&tatb >

, '. 'I. gladioli forming the back'! salad hor d* ouevres, mints nuts "
, ,. ground. cakes and coffee. Is making his list
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,t ; lit::1' The bride was given in marriageby i of resolutions for the New
} ly
It, *" Ave ; : r!!. her uncle Mr Harvey Keeling J : ", .Year and we have oUrs..to
e of Pinetta. She had as jeer only Mrs j 'Yfckers and Mrs Elzie ? .
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serveyoumoreefficientrydufIng
, .' .. .. 1 ... attendant, and maJd-of-honor. 11-1# May,,spent',, Christmas In *Orlando ,' the months ahead. We
, Mary''Nell Washington**,,.**'; guests. of Mr and Mrs George "
add thank
would like to our
:i. ,,'' f Mr Wilson had as Ilk best''man.his Stuart aid, .
t' .\. '' brother. Wallace F;:J.WIUon, of hmnx";' ........."1 yjoujorpur past_patronage.
.. 7ifl. the: U S Coast Guard orfoHl, Va. I 'aStiss
r. Ushers were Jimmy "ilassey' and Franses Jeanette Kelly of Amoco Service Station
F \
a wish you a bright, nappy George Cason of Cherry Lake. Dallas Texas spent Christmas here

.:' /JJ and prosperous i New Year. We Miss Washington wore a street with her parents. ,. Mr ;mdl.l Mrs: J: ARNIE MEDDERS
: '. length sheath dress of pink taffeta ".*. 1 V,
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W Kelly. // MADISON, FLORIDA
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; thank you for. youV patronage : designed with short i puff& s eev'es /1 : "
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'-io and full skirt, and a, Corsage of \, '
during 1959 and hope we can white carnations Mlss Agncrs gown

.ft \ \ have of was also of pink taffeta similarlyfahioned. R ,
; a serving '
-.' .thejpleasurjp:. youtt&MGANS Miss Wilson chose printed;
\' f f'' \:. d rl gJ ... 'Ik'in shades of wine and red. ,
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neckline and long fitted sleeves.. We hope the .'
''' The full) waltz length skirt had' 'r
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# bringyto
k, '(' MOTOR CtP1' : < \ panel of tulle ruffles! reaching' to yea
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f all oUr
friends
{ ., the hemline In back aSjd bustle b1w
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t,. 'tw ; .- CHRYSLER PLYMOVTIF'FHONE *' i of the lace at the waist. Her iinger- good fortune
, _
r HU :3-2267 MAWSON, FLO1UDA tip veil of illusion was attached to and happinessVvt
a cap of seed pearls and she carried I
Sen -: Mrtoand; and a bouquet of white carnations tied I .
; : : Slight Ckarge. : with satin on a while 4-flbfc .. '1" : bTd

The bride's mother wore a_blue-
at ) ; gray wool sheath dress-black*' accessories i''f' ,

and I : slight charge Is niade fork: and white carnation cor- .. i )' >. I (,
!Mrs > : '"* .'I.
: ) sage. 4 "1
ALL ENTERTAINMENT
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lie NOTICES Mrs Wilson, mother of the bridegroom -
chose a two piece suit of t
(regardless' of sponsor)
grey wool black accessories: and
NOTICES OF MONEY pink carnation corsage.RECEPTION= .
sincerely
RAISING PROJECTS '. "* .... .
IJ (regardless of sponsor) A reception followed immediately Y\t appreciate your.fins.Patrona8e. ..

NOTICES IN ADVANCE after the ceremony in the.home of .: .
MEETINGS OF ANY the bride* uncle and* aunt.': Mr and

: Mrs Keeling,' with Airs Joseph, as .1 o
regardless of organization) hostess. Rooms were'clecorateH with /

es"are' r&sorfabte.rnlsfng pro.. standards of white gladioli. The ) .r 4::)) .
costs force: us to omit ALL bride's table co"eredith a lace

ADVERTISING i t. .. cloth was centered with the tiered _II t.,
ENTERPRISE-RECORDER I wedding cake topped with miniature 'i ,
bride and bridegroom, arid A wreath I I BREEDEN'a
and of white rosebuds encircled: the
t. Mrs Raymond Brooke
'cake. Candelabra holding lighted
family of Perry. Mr and Mrs
FASHION AND GIFT SHOP
tapers cast a soft glow. Miss Sally
Smith, Plant City, Miss Fern Wilson cut the cake, assisted by Setzer Shopping Center, Madison Florida
Monticcllo, Mr and Mrs John ,
and son Johnny of St I

, Ga, Mr and Mrs Rodney

" and daughters Live Oak; ,
Mrs Arden Brown, West ii-

N .J, and Mr and Mrs Paul

of Gainesville were among t
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a and Mrs-x-Owen Harnage of p )

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spent Christmas here with I
10 sonin-law and daughter, 'Mr 1 1I
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rs Gene Ketring and family.. II
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of Columbia S O are .' i

/ of Dr and Mrs J M DuRant : .r. .
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(Ja kai wille'were guests of r" 4S,;
Mrs W S Cooper .for- :".!-C: '",.", I If'

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and Mrs 0 R Hamrick and
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and Mrs A V Withers of .
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:- ., V'W'.ll find you,
: and Mrs D M Louis spent
in of
the best spirits
with relatives in Dublin
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., and health and that
1 : J the days ahead will '

give you great hap

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WIN?LICHTI NG -01\,* Bible. Madonna+ and Child, .Silent! ,11rh1toly Night in f bold Only six of thf many beautiful]I) ,
NAMED \i1 '.. Star and candles and covered arf relief fa the theme. ." r decorated Madison homes were ells I.f '
overall design. The best door prize of $S.OO was ble due to failure to register f ors
t;? Register was winner offlrsfcprlle. The home Jot Mr and Mrs Ted wOn"b7 Mrs Pat Milliner. The door competition. Out-of-town judge
.. 'Stf.SjMn the Christmas Willf came In' for second prizeof of tier Lakeside home was outlined made thq decisions. '
lighting-'conie. honored by the .$'f.i10: for 'an over-all ,plan. 'This with "candles elthertsldc, and? a ;Mr .}y.B Selph was manager I IchTrgev n ,. .
Madiion'banJerf' .*Mrs Regteter thenfew&s;also religious with the wreath on'the'door'with-flood4J' hU !and prizes: were given b r r ".' ....;..' sevicetN. ,''\. ..., .,
theme was religious, displaying the lettering of the Christmas carol, playing on the scene. tho Florida Power Corporation. "
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daughter' Mrs 'VI1'Kink'Lonl r ,
4. M Perry to FrVd E Ferrell of Mad INSURANCE{ ?
son. Florida; son of the late Mrs
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Harry M Ferrell. a }A.M .
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*! 4 c A Sunday, December 20, at 3:00 p. m. \. .
.a at the home of Mr and Mrs Curtis

# P ,,c '. Blow in Montieello, Florida. The
44 fw officiating minister was the Reverend
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Ellis B Turner, pastor of the .f
first Baptist church of MontIcello.
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The couple took their vows be
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tz; + ,; r a pelms.
f4 'Y 4$ Miss Jan Hooks of Moultrie
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brother-in-law of the groom, was
bat man.

., ,. Miss Irma Jean Murphy of ,' .
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wore a pink bengaline dress with ': .

I fitted waist length jacket ,with \, ,
matching satin trim. Her flowers '\ "
ttere pink and white carnations. : \> :
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I j ja blue printed silk with black ac ._
cessories. Her flowers were white -

4 + carnations. .' E. QUICK
,,'" The bride wore a pale blue wool .
.. .," dress, with matching satin applique HU 3-6168 BOX 293
t .'' "" : 'l ..,. ,. trim and embroidered with crystal
/4.' ,,: .y: ".';.... ",'. beads. A white feather hat, black MADISON. FLORIDA
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'>.' ..',..;: groom and her dig Golf lib agent caD toll roc
corsage was white
7 a bow, wUi! Mdapt-A-Plan. your byuntac
orchid. la odoptcbZ. For o
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; R bride's table was covered _
I with a white linen cloth and featured In Madison, where the couple will

a three-tiered wedding cake reside.
?. y Cowling's has a good .selection I ornamented with wedding bells I Guests at the wedding included:
and orange blossoms Miss Kathryn Ricker Mr Frank
of Charming Early American.We Mrs Ferrell was employed. at the I Perry Mr and Mrs Hal Yates, Mrs
Moultrie National Bank Moultrie, Coy Crosby and Miss Carolyn
invite home makers to Gar Crosby of Moultrie and Mr andS
4 Mr Ferrell is engaged In business _'s Cleo Richter of Monticello.

come in and let us, show you I ..

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I. lets of quantity; selective cutting or
: ; }..Patterson, Valdpsta, KIa # and .. whole tracts. Please call ADEL,

GEORGIA. 7161 or 7501, COLLECT,
I M these lovely groupings as & write .
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; : Sticklers' MeetiIt COMPLETE rESri.fNoY: : .

t l C "J.... : Notice is hereby siren that the "FRtt INSSR yTLOTI FBURKETMA11NGCO' .
i annual stockholders,* meeting of the "

.. Florid Bnic at Madison. will be held ,- 4__ (
/ 109 s. PATTERSON'STREET 'l ;; at the,office of toe bank on Thurs .., : .
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day. January 14th, 1960, at 11:00 .. J.
: :' } VALDOSTA, GEORGIA ,. .' I o"clock..A. it* for the purpose 'ot i S JACK BURKE JR.. Entomologist

, Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course i electing; a Board of Directors for ...
: : 111 East Green St :
$ r
the ensuing year, and for the trans v
Wfr arttoa' of such other: business as y' Q Phone 293-J .
: New Madjies $55.50CALL"VAIiBOBXACH may properly come before the
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.. ;. stockholders In annual session. PERRY FLORIDA
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4-2304 .COLLECT ;H 1960 Jan71&C0 A. G. .HERRING Cashier. :!tWe. exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites Fleas' and* ..

Service In 24 Hours OPEN HOUSEMr 1YcYs.Mice: .sad latsLawn.and,, ,,,. Shrubbery'. .. Pests,,, etc. .r
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j and Mrs Richard D Baker -
..... entertained with house Tuesday FAMILY LUNCHEON .
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t feftihg. t ill their..home' when Look .for \Winter -
When buying jifr Ink: f fir Wirier I.one hundred or more guests called Miss Whittle Dickinson enter-

; 4 during the receiving hours. Clearance Sale l I- tained with a family luncheon Wed-
Rojoms were decorated' nesday at Hotel Madison dining
CIe raKe In the
E-R from
Newswys. Siieit t holiday motif with pink and gold room. Places were laid for nine-

Please 'DO' NOT park .In the colors in the living: room and red EAGLE'STO guests including Mr L A Dickinson.and
: Mr
Rufus of Jacksonville
and green In the with son
street and make your newsboy run EAGU'S"typewrites dining room
and Mrs Alfred Patton of.LindenvInd
Into the make"a sale. r the coffee table vet'edVlth an
out street to ..
GO PUERTO RICO *
TO .. Mrs R V Dial Mrs RogerAsbury '-
Imported cut work cloth and
Kindly pull over to the curb. centered
/ with Christmas Chief Master Sergeant Henry and Mr and Mrs R C Dick
formed
'a tree
I Our newsboys have instruction .
leave In
to STAY OUT of the ,streets, '.*<3 S -C of 'colored Christmas b 11s. Mrs Kane and for his Puerto family Rico will to reside. I! inson.
aiJillIaciies February
we will appreciate your, co-cperat* : rtll Sbnon KInsey poured the first hour Sgt Kane has been assigned to the
and Mrs CONSTRUCTION
ing with us AND THEM jar Burch Cornelius the
zM second Air Base there. He is one of twenty- :
THEIR SAFETY. Thank hour.
you very aM
much. : Chicken salad in timtJes, sand three Offutt Air Force Base men New and RemodelS*:
i ,.'j.J wiches and fruit served. to become the first chief master
iI i cake were
I Q4.re ter!. Assisting hostesses were Mrs C sergeants In the Air Force re Howerton Supply; Cifc I ,

". E Baker. Mrs E P Sanders Sr. cently.
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11eE.t Mrs E P Sanders Jr, Mrs George .
h Sandy and Mrs Julian Gibson.
'. Hisses Brenda Baker, Beverly :Gibson -

moe- and Sberyl Williams assisted .
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y the Country Cub were enter
t tained Tuesday afternoon with a '
Christmas tree party at the Club II v ..:

r r House. An exchange of gifts took I

place around the huge Christmas ,We're celebrating the E
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1 tree.. and. each child received ,abag New Year by thanking j

3 of candy and fruits from a realistic ,' you for your friendship.....
Santa In the person of Chuck Wat
son. Mrs Marshall Hamilton and<
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Mrs J W Chason acted as hostesses.
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.. 6 ar Marine Prt John R Marren, of ,
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.eo MADISON, FLORIDA Route 1, Box :297 Madison, Fla '.. .
recruit .Dee 21 .f .
.w completed training at '. :
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: :r .nk von, for your .h Pays 4Dividew>i Mr and Mrs-Virgil;rx- Bennett.* are ,f"I

:. 'trtany Kind expressions ', the proud paints of a- .
of confidence ter. born Dec 19 tin f.t.
The d1rect-; ,: of Valtfosta babY'daugh-1 _S. ,
has been named .
Ifs been -
during 1959. '
/ Federal Savings: f) ".,
r. '''" ''f and Loan 4V&oda* Bennett will be t.t- p if'
f a pleasure to have tion at their regular monthly, meeting Kathleen' Clayton. r.
as one of our 4+ r: .,
you held Dec 21 195 declared a .
: o. .'. .., : valued patrons. dividend for the. last half of 1959,. *1
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i for Wafer '
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:: -.1 .r per annum ,..
'' f' DUM Furniture Co. able December 31, 1959. "'

\ I960'HARDEE, :- :; Executive Manager, Wnx Lester Clearance Sale atEAGLE'S
Ph. HU 3-2340, Madison reported to the directors that the CANTEY MOTOR COMPANY .
i\\ tI association had maintained Its past .
.
l ENTERTAINS EMPLOYEES growth of averaging a half a million I ; '
Mrs H D Robert,. manager and gain In assets during each six MADISON FLORIDA ij ,(:f -w .

owner of Roberts Drug Store, entertained months period since organizing In I f', ;

the employees of the store July of 1959 Assets of Ihe associa ...i:. .
I and their wives and husbands witha tion will surpass $2.500.O .oo and "': :"
steak supper Monday'night at dividends In excess of 2000.00<< .
Hotel Madison An arrangement of will be paid to savers during the ..;; :,..
seasonal motifs centered, the table last half of the year. Lester also, h..
where guests were seated for a Pointed out that, loans on' real .
three course menu.. estate In this area totaling IS50.000U: .. "

had been made during the .same I a4 ...... .. -, -:

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Clearance Sale atEAGLE'S BANK EMPLOYEES r HONORED, ",. ,.. ..

The Florida Bank at Madison

,. I MOTOR COMPANYMADISON .. .. '. .. -, complimented Its thirteen employees !(
FLORIDA with a dinner and Chrfrtonas party:: .,
._----- Tuesday: evening In the private .

.. .. dining'room at Hotel gitli: J L Brin :' .
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'son. President, acting bast '
Uxoratons: in4* the room and
THE YIELD IS D'P.ON SAVING !,T. centering the banquet table were

in the Christmas motif. A' four '
." '' I course i iI
VALDOSTA FEDERAL ,' turkey dinner was sen-ed.11 I.
Guests received gifts from the
.:. .. phristmas tree and I
. ANNOUNCING- .: each employee I : rig'S
received In
I addition a check for a
I month's salary from the Bank. The
evening was tent Informally.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Florida Statutes .:
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IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
I JUDGE MADISON COUNTY

"FLORIDA IN PROBATE.:
In re: Estate of Virginia A. Algea

Deceased. _
.. f TO:ALL CREDI'J'QitSAND! PERSQjfe -
,:: HAVING CLAIMS OR DE- ::, ta R _

.M AItfDS AGAINST-SAID ESTATE: !,
'" ; : iYou and each of you are hereby .
notified and requirea to present any
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.FUNDS RECEIVED BY lOtti' EARN. FROM. THE FIRST claims and demands which you, or -NEW flAT(
i either of you. may have against the .
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OFFICE HOURS .- estate of Virginia A Algeo de
ceased, late of said County, to the k '
MON.-TUES..WED 9 AM TO 4 PM. County Judge of' Madison County, r (Rrettina *\.
THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON Florida, at his office In the court I t :
house of said at Madison
County ,
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Florida within eight calendar .... ; .. .,, 4 tJ, ,. .
The New. 'If!' '1. J. .. J'I"I'"
months from the time of the first t :' : "
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publication of this notice. Each i yo :
claim or demand shall be to writing :

and shall state the place of .' AArTTH sincere thanks for your good, ; .

.resIdence and Postoffice address 'A: will and patronage,_we wish you a,verjrhappy C \!
.
ot the claimant and shall be sworn I960f t
to by the claimant his agent or "._ < and prosperous New Tear; \ \.'
44 .it attorney, and any such claim or . .t I
AFIPeelathM
Saris Loaa ,
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demand not so filed shall be void. .
; 115 N. TOOMBg VALDOSTA, GA. MURRAY LOU ANDREWS. ; '
STERCHI, As Executrix of(the Last ..;.; ,- .. ,
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The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You. Small .;
Will and Testament of Virginia A FARPRSMTUEEXCHANGING. ;, .

I ii.,. -. EBoueII To Kew You..' ..... Algeo, deceased, I
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1 calamity that Rockefeller is greater. It Is generally considered velvet beans are also grown, as I county was formed in 1859! and

bowing out, but that does not agricultural; however, its well as some citrus fruits pecans I was named in honor of Henry

De -1--- imply any enthusiasm on our,, nearness to Jacksonville one peaches, pears plums, :Clay. The site of the second

..-... .M' b." .E "11"' .__"'" part for the'present Vlce-Presi!! town in the county. Orange and persimmons. There are five I I oldest white' settlement in
MADISON( FLORIDA dent. :Maybe the Democratswill P&rk, is only seven miles southof large dairies in-the county, one I Florida is at Middleburg and ,
Telephone HU 3-6361 111 S. EL SHELBY ST. come up with someone Jacksonville-and the estab- of them the largest privately the Methodist church there is t
;published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in AdvanceDelayed more attracting and maybe, lishment of_ the big naval base owned dairy in the state. The the oldest church building in ::

Renewals $4.00 Per Year too, they won't. at Green Cove Springs have had I many lakes in the county and ,the former Methodist Episcopal .,;

Advertising Rates Made Known on Application quite an effect upon the com the St Johns river offer fine church, South. Next week, ;
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Entered at the Madison Port Office as .eeond 36. 1908, under Act of March S, 1879. ',' BuiWili. farm crops are potatoes and tourists are attracted on this I;!
Clay county, in northwest cabbages. '.Tomatoes, peppers. account. A hosiery plant and G-E : I
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT, AppliancesHiwerton
English string beans other manufacturing
enterprisesand
Florida, has an area a little less peas, ,
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AND ASSOCIATES
than that of Madison county strawberries, watermelons, the mining of ilmenite add

MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED..IH5.;.': and a population about a fifth corn, sugar cane field.peas, and to the county's economy. The Supply Co. j
NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 ,
," ., CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 ." '1/

T. nitCIlANT: ,. Editor.a M>HblifiBer S JANUARY i

T. C.,3ERCHMPT'JR..1anagtss Editor t. )

,MRS. A. Wi VANN, City Editor ;. I : '' SALE

MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. 'WH.IT.E : 'j

1iresWd ordinary common sense, barring [ t\\

extraordinary misfortune,, ,. i; ., ;
Christmas has passed and,' usually pull us through. So 'ANAMRU VER r

as these lines are written, ware many of us have gotten the; RUGS .
now on the threshold of a idea .of wanting more money OPERATION OPERATION

new year. Indeed,' although .we for. teas work-the. government j
are publishing a little a .eM-ef taught'us that and we were not '
time this week, this copy f alow to learn, but w e will HEAVY NYLON VISCOSE i r
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the paper is dated January 1st, have abandon that attitude .
.. LUSTEROUS, LASTING AND ,LINT-FREE"I 1 I
I960. Christmas day was spent. of mind if we are to make the
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FULLY ROLLER COATED NON-SK () BACKS ,
'quietly here, with no accidentsto progress that,we should. .
,J'Pra.e MATCHING COLORS AND DESIGNS IN AU SIZES-
mar the occasion, although, .,
REGULAR $1.00 REGULAR $2.98 'REGULAR $3.98
over the state 32 accidental "
deaths were reported duringthe anl -Hipe 21" x 36" 27" x 48" 30" x 60" .' t .

Christmas week end, 22 of The outlook: for 'the coming .. .. SHEETS I- 'I
them in traffic. For the coun, is one of promise and'of .
year THE WORLD'S ; j
BEST
REGARDLESS OF PRICE-,
try as a whole, with the final hope. Our own county, with its 88 C $188 $288

dangerous two hours not re- new; colleges and its new Industries WHITE MUSLIN WHITE MUSLIN "E'
ported, there were during the added to what we already 72x99 81x99
.. 3K day holiday 434 traffic have had, should con-
fatalities; 39 deaths by fire and tinue to go forward, and our 7' '' '

<)5 deaths from miscellaneouscauses state is simply burgeoning SCATTER RUGS $16.8 $'18'

for a grand total of 538. ahead with no sign that its \. ,, ; '
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H'ogress'will.. slow. Industrially
OUR REGULAR $1.00 EACH I. .
there-is a cloud or two on the \
: DffaeiSoiuetiesThe country's economy the' steel PILLOW H'

,.. death rate 'is always a strike hasn't been settled yet-,

tragic accompaniment pf our .but, even so, a rather goodyear L2..L0Q.J CAss48c"STAR :
holidays and even when it is' for the country is antici- WHITE

net a special holiday, simply aweek pated. Certainly international-
"" end holiday, the fatality,] relations look better. This time
list is appalling. We cannot do I last year there was great ,

without the automobile, under danger over West Berlin; thereis q
our present manner of living still danger over it, but, the /\

and yet we are prone to over-' issue is not so acute. Red

look that here is a powerful in- China's expansion aspirationsare ,
strument also .of destruction if ominous, it ,is true; and of
its good condition has not been course a sword of 'Damocles

.. checked and if th.e..h 4. at the.: hangs over the headof the
wheel is not directed by a world all the, time now in. the
brain that is cool'and calm and form of nuclear warfare. But

d reasonable and careful and unaffected in spite of all of this i the 1 p
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) even to the slightest situatiqn looks better and we f.. GLOW"
have reason ,to hope that it : 1 LUREX ALL VISCOSE HOBNAIL } O
alcohol. Similarly
degree by ,
I and more certainly we knot witt'-eVen improve.: <*,+. ..' -""t-J",...,, .... OUR;. REGULAR l .$4.98-$3,88 OR FASHJONABIE VISC0Si, ',. .. ... -. ... _

I live without, fire-its control h:"' .
POMPONETTE
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fWHI :: :. LUXURIOUS RAYON AND ACRILAN 2 For $750RECTRONIC .5
in := .TIu-auP..j: V I '
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marks an epochal ; *t .. EXTRA HEAVY KING SIZE 72x9d --- '
forward march-and y yet P 'i'J :, .
so many of us, as"the 'saying l For ourselves, we must work > ,0< $5.98 VALUE$ .88 OH HEIRLOOMSPREADS t $2 o 88 or
hard live within ;, :. .
goes, literally "play with fire..,*' our means, S _

.. So we go along .boosting. .tfce. I'I F eschew unjustified creditcredit A OUR $6.98-$5.88 OR '
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stove .or hearth fire with a is good when rightly. usedasd i vJ /2 r$750
'. ....:.. have faith in ourselves." F ;;' 2For$5CANNON
with little kerosene gasoline;, 'or leave, even children worse, 'And we must have faith and!' 'fe 2 $J OO
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fire trust in God, like a Rocjkap&inst
unattended by an open ;
and which all the waves ''o l "4
matches
and scatter ciga,
adversity may beat, but ore i
rctte stumps around promis- ysGJ
will still smile through.Welder 1LIHIt12 '
cuously, or even smoke, in bed, EXTRA HEAVY '
figuring that nothing will :- !f r { ,,: '
EXTRA THIRSTY' -
happen-but it does' happen (Out S 'fff'i1A : .4r'i
sometimes. l '
Biggest political so'far
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F' in a political year now beginnIng k ; Slrftt $. FOAM PILLOWS
is the announcement that -l ,
Work The '
Key y. .
,Governor Rockefeller of New TOWELS.$4.93-$3.88. OR
What, now, of the New Year? :York will. not be a candidatefor t' :

Many of us will start it off the .Republican nomination -'S ss; -' 3 r REGULAR $1.49 '
2
Ij with a holiday-you know there for President. He :had made o HE-MANSIIE For 7502Forl50 I

.. are some mighty good football trips over a considerable part 24 x'46
Rr 4 k0. .
games over the country that of,the country and came to the ;
afternoon and another good one ncl'usiowlse1y., we think-
the next afternoon in .Jackson that the. cards were stacked y ,, Remember you cant -
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ville} -and many of us will just against him. The Republican K6y { CHARGE .
\. make a week end holiday of it. bigwigs m&stly were for Nixon I .
Everybody to his own notion, 'and they made. no bones about Use-Our 30 Day $ ,. :

of course, but the writer inr; teJli-Bg'Rockefeller so. And their' ,, CANHON-Best Quality,x ; ,; % Or,Take K. .- :
tends to work that day. Start Position is understandable. They : Months To .Pay

the new year off right, at have to uphold the Eisenhower J WASH CLOTHS ,

any rate, even iffe_ ray: ..administration if they hope 'to .:' : ,
f stumble a little before the, von again and since Nixon Js .. ?, a
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year is over And" work/;? we;cof tilt"'toeir "to 'the4'"JEisenJioweY ;: -
1 2-25
}. believe, is the key to a happy policy and philosophy they ', S .
and successful year. We have naturally are for Nixon. We do '
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FRIDAY JANUARY 1st, 1960 THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA PAGE FIFTEEN:
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I MISS BARBARA ANNE NAUGHTON CARD THANKS OPEN HOUSE t .i

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CLASSIFIED .ADS\ The Country o -Club held opcrr

To each and every one of you. house Christmas afternoon for members
'. and a large number of invitedguests.
who knew
us In
LOSt /OMfMiayed our sorrow, we :
pray that God will bless you in '
; The holiday theme was carried
; each of
your tomorrows. out in the refreshments .and deco:

} .. .. V P. j We've tried to tell you how wet rations of a Christmas tree and i E I
feel and know you understand, if garlands ofF greenery and red rib I

Iw. P we have ailed rtc sg and,?thanfc :
:B. Davis, Jr. : I,you or forgolish k your hand, ;. The table,,]; tvit t ragken cloth J .

I In soHfrow: sometimes eras .Centered with a:J.lance 'fed ,
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE vi',;' we Jorget :
PT "caiidie i UankedV= byV 4 rn "hpldprs
'to
V ACREAGE FARMS .... t show.just' how We; feel' lbnf**God tied..with. redsatirr bowsr holding
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL': in his will each time
ri Qy great mercy
I smaller candles. Gold red and green
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL repairing <
APPRAISALS j! Our loved one Is away from us. pleted the lovely effect. The coffee,
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ABSTRACTS OF TITLETTTT.E
: {but each day draws us nearer to table also held a large lighted
INSURANCE
'J the time when we shall be with candle.
112 West Base Street .
MADISON. FLORIDA : 1J'1 1- EL her and friendships will be dearer: -

Phone HU 3-6277 ):. May God bless and keep. you ;all Mr and Mrs George Hollister of I
: is our prayer. Jacksonville spent':Ihe'holidays here .
FOR SALE: Some repossessed with 'and Mrs Frank Grihatt
The family of Mrs V E 'Mr
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house trailers In good condition. -. ; .
J i : McHargueBUI :/ and children. .... ..
Ctfi Pick
Prices"fange.f> jf00.up
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up payments and In today! ; ; : i.
Waoknow. how to 'diagnose Bunker of Pensacola. is the and Mrs J L, Bullard and

j We Trade for 'ANYTHINtJ, 4' 1'V's, ills and cure 'em your fast holiday guest of hIs parents Mr children spent Christmas day at m.
electric'frlgerators .
I'' VALUE, Also; two and Mrs W Bunker.. ., '.- family reunion at Moultrie, Ga.
j one an AMANA used' QUI1MAN
only 30 days: 'one FrlgidalrT'used ..
3 months, These are going at a.
SACRIFICE. .. d'TELEVISION SERVICE
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WANTED TO TRADE -: 'House :. 401 F Stevens St. .._- '

\. trailer payments"for boat,; motor "t We Repair .. .

,, and trailer. yI Reeol'd.PIayers-AutomobUe Radios

I ROGERS TRAILER SALES, 'A Few ,Choice SelectionsIN
BIr.\ and Mrs. Ferdinand
;, U S 90 East, Phone HU 3-6555. USED TV SETS Edward Naughtonof '. ,
1i-tf-cb Work guaranteed satisfaction Madison\ Florida ..
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PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICEOUR announce., the, engagement of their daughter 1 1llisS wx ;}. .
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SALE One registered .Angus WAY OF
FOR : SAYING *\ \ *: Barbara 'f
Anne Naughton
J for polled THANK YOU" .
trade
bull- will one
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I t Hereford bull SAMPALA FARM, 9481 Quitman, Ga. c.--- j... ....*! c :i k-"

: R 3, Greenville,. ,Fla ,15tfchfc JBuddyjnilman! .Charles Rogers 'Mrr William Etoner Beggs ... 1' ..
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...1; V : LIC 'pPINIOtf. ; INTER so I"A" Din .and Mrs. Thomas John Beggs, Jr.. ,i .: ; :. .' : 0

BEFORE SELLING your tuber VfEWERS wanted for part tIme o/t n..F1Qrida 6 0 .
-*:r. : ., ,'. t I Ir "
or timber l uid,-P1: 1i 1se--see /me. We Interviewing assignment In the Miss Naughton is a senior
1 are also mferestwl' in buying'a vicinities. of Madison and Green- and at Marquette University '
a member of Theta
I Phi Alpha '
I limited amount _&( pjne-hardwoo'd i fillet '.venIng work is frequently Sorority. lUre Beggs
pulpwood delivered by' truck ltd necessary; Please write Box 183 is a senior at Emory University and a member of Alpha : ..
Tau
I Foley, Fla.,'or loaded on. R R cart.:. _Princeton;. New Jersey plating; educ7atjp Omega Fraternity. The wedding will take. place* in .

See, write ot. tall. -...'; .: Ubafc'kgroundt: experience. and bray\ .. Jfo 1
., '" ,tole l'one'' '
,. L P. .CIBSON'1. Dumber 17- t-ch +

" Rt. 3/ :Madison Florida For '"your grinding and mix- .- James Browning ofj the I Baptist -tappy'i

Phone: Cherry Like 8363 Seminary In Louise h;, Ky, was .
1. ':.' i in I 3>1( roti' r farm, call WEST the holiday guest of his Barents, ,. _.,.', \; : .'

WANTED: Some nice soft, clean END MILLING COMPANY, Mr and :Mrs 'E B Browning; Edwin N W \

"i rags. No buttons or wnolens. THE Quitman Ca. Call phone 4971'' t Browning of FSU and Mr and Mrs year

ENTERPRISE-RECORDER. ,collect. Arden Brown of Westfield N J are
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; MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHEN.' f here during the holidays and Mrs r With father. time t '\ \ ,'..-
with G-E appliances and PRE Gerard Chute and baby o( New .
Ii CISIONWARE CABINETS. Up ,we wishYou8ood .
Orleans arrived Wednesday on a -
NOTKEI
to 5 years to pay. Call or write .. I.. WISNE visit with her parents. luck and good t
j HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. HU f f.4
,3-6681 l\ladison..1a::.... 7-tf.ch P -x- health in 1960.BASSETTS.'
: Notice .;1->hereby given that the Mr and"Mrs T L Fraleigh and .

; undersigned will ,register with the Mr and Mrs J P Johnson left

;4I 4 J. D. Scruggs Clerk' of the Circuit Court In Madibon ; Wednesday to attend ttj? j Sugar, DAIRY' -. ,

t FORESTER *' .county FJqrida. upon *recep| I Bowl game.._in New Orjeani .v .!! t. ...; : ;)0';.:
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proof 'of publication of this '
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SURVEYOR ",'
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; REGISTERED t "

i 1 Ph. PU 361SSMADISON. notice, the following fictitious. .... C r : .,:. .'
$$1 FLA.f .- name, to-wlt: j ; .. .' .: '
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WILLIS RECORDING I
STUDIO/ ** ** I iTir
f JOHNW. WADSWORm under which I am engaged 'ih -: bur many local-friends, : *k'.

business at 404 N E Hancock St, who make it possible ram ',' \,: -
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Madison Fla Nature of businessIs : to have a very successful # (( IIJt : .
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1 Registered Surveyor a professional tape and disc recording .year,we send regards and / : .
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studio. Telephone HU 3-6827. best wishes for 1960.It has ) ',:.
3-2372 'It ..
Phone HU ,
: HENRY T (Ted) WILLIS Owner been a great pleasure to N '. A .
MADISON. FLORIDA' _' U. *t iif" tt/,
I Jan 1,8.1ft 22,pdFormer serve you. ,.
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LIVE STOCK AUCTION

SELL your cattle and hogs in our Wilson Auto Parts fee ; i' ..
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auction each Monday. Sales start at Resident Dies : : i1 i- .- ::

1:000" MONTICELLO STOCK YOUR NAPA DEALER .

YARDS Registered Monticello Angus Fla.bulls for sate I II tilkissee-Hosptal: -4 MADISON FLORIDA. .. .. ,. .,,
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l *t all times.
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EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE Mrs Birdie V Livingston 78 died January SpecialsAT .: ) 't
t Earn $5,000 to$7,500 year. in a Tallahassee hospital Sunday.She ; ,

R!t Married men of good reputation; was born in Lake City and ....
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Invest $2 to $5,000. Sell famous lived most of her life in Madison 'j, .f. I
wife of the late A Livingston. She I'
foods. No experience Thigpeii'sGulf '
brand : I Ij
had been living In Tallahassee for,
f necessary. We train you, If the past nineteen ye&s. Mrs Livingston

Interested write: Seitner Associates was a long-time tnmt>cr ServiceOn

'448 St. James Bldg., of the. Baptist thus h She had manyfriends
I I here who wpre saddened to U S 90 Madison.. Florida -j: ,
Jacksonville, 'Fla. 182U"hAVON learn or her passing. ..j
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C OftlII"I Survivors include a son. Arch, ot HU 3-9942 .
OO
Tallahassee two daughters. Mrs
; Free Pickup and Delivery Service
Martha L Glass and Mrs Cecil F i..

Collins .both of Tallahassee: a sister *, CAR LUBRICATION $1.00 2} -
"Beauty Is our business: why not Mrs May Perkins, Lake City: ,

I make it yours If you are over eight grandchildren- and ten great BATTERY CHARGE . ISc 'II" '.
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30 and qualify, we train you. grandchildren .
MSS, TIRE REPAIR. .. .. 75c ciSeason's '.'
Write AVON Box 3103 Funeral services were held at 2 .. ",
Tallahassee. Fla p. m, Monday in the First Baptist '
church. Tallahassee, with the Rev CAR WASH . .. .. 1.00
.,..........._"" ",, ,:,,>,. -,, "* Harold G Sanders officiating.
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v
: Livingston family plot In Oak Greetings

TALBOTT PAINTAND Ridge cemetery Madison. The Rev Let us service your car or truck

James T Barber of Madison First rJ .0
Baptist church and the Rev *Mc: : : : ,

Sanders officiated, The T J BeggsJr .
CO. Funeral ',Home had charge of **
WALLPAPER local arrangements Mrs Alice Darts of Quincy was As tbe'old year fades, we tape this opportunity to say we
I the weekend guest of Mr and Mrs
PARK Active pallbearers included :Messrs;
AT VALDOSTA CASTLE GA. :W T Davis, T L Fraleigh, J G 'T L Frmldgh. enjoyed the priuilege( of seruing all of you in '59. Wenuisfr?


free parking ... Arhley Hardee 4' ,Jr and--Waring.Frank Cantey.t Wyche., James!! Are your brakes safe? you a. happy, prosperous New Year.

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We have a complete line of Dwuslda *

Wallpaper and 1600 colors of Pam J ,I* Morrow Jr of Camp Leeune ffrotdriveintdayte t Florida Bank at Madison

to select from. Come in and seethe ( N C, is expected for a week-

Colorobot Machine- operate., '''!1 mi,visit with his' agents, Mr and I McWfflMS I GARAGE .1' 0 f' '.: Member Federsl Deposit Insurance Corporation .' .' ,
Mrs J P brio ".,I : '
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CHERRY, LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS' METHODIST JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
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CHURCH CHURCH 118 N. Orange St. =-"" ,
-preaching service every Sunday Book Study: Wednesday 7:30 p. m.Senice : Florida Statutes t Stewart B Clayton SN, has returned I

WE WELCOME YOU A preaching Service every Sunday Meeting: Friday 7:30 p. m. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY to duty" on Bermuda, after
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. morning Ministry School: Friday 8:30 p. m. "JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY -Je spending a 30-day Thanksgiving

2nd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. 1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a, m. Bible lecture: Sunday 3:00 p. m. FLORIDA IN PROBATE.In leave at_ home with his parents

Sunday School each 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. Watchtower Study: re: Estate of Dessle Thompkins, i Mr and Mrs J J Clayton, In Perry. t.

Sunday at 10:00 a. m., Sunday School every Sunday. Sunday 4:15 p.>> m. Deceased. He expects'to be transferred to a
Prayer Service each TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER-; new duty station in March. '
1st and '3rd Sundays UOg.L m. Jumbo Ha.mburgers 30c SONS HAVING
:Wednesday 6:00 p. m. CLAIMS OR DEMANDS :
Family Night covered 2nd and '4th Sundays 10:00 a. m Choicest of Steaks and Sea AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
Family Night Covered Dish Supper !
dish Supper Friday Foods atv.w'J.t; TOP You and each of you are hereby I
Fiiday night after second Sunday notified and required to
7:30 present
before 1st Sunday p. m
Woman's, Society of r' .' every..iionth promptly at 7:00 p. m. DRIVE-IN on U S No. 63, any claims: and demands which you,

Christian Servicei Woman's Society' of Christian Service south of Madison. s..1tchI or either of you may have againstthe

f -meets Thursday after meets on Monday night after I estate of Dessie Thompkins,

1st Sunday 8:00 p. d.! third Sunday at 730 p.>> m. SUNDAY PROGRAM* SCHEDULE deceased, late of said County,
methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Mea'\Club meets W M A F to the County Judge of Madison 'LAVOI'OlD

alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music County, Florida, at his office In the 4'IAIS '.
7:55 News
court house of said County at
I Springs 1-uesday after
Tuesday after the 4th Sunday
8:00 Baptist 'Hour
I m Madison, Florida, within eight
C 4th Sunday .8:00 p. 8:00 p.' m. IN WOOD
Official Board meets lit Wed8eSday 8:30 Gospel Music calendar months from the time of
The Official Board meets each 9:00 Revival 'Time the Peptf-CoU
each even ,numbered month first publication of this notice
month following the supper on 9:30 Gospel Concert Each claim or demand shall be In Bottling Company
titer ,prayer ser !ee., Pa 171. Perry. J'la.
Commission on 'Education: meets Family Night! 10:00 News writing, and shall state the place _'1" I": -
1st Wednesday -eacb-.odd' numbered P. X. 'HOWEIA S. S. Supt. 10:05 Sunday Serenade: of residence and post office ad- SUPPER PARTY

month -after prayer service. MRS. W., W. ATLEDGE, Treas 10:45 Prelude to Worms dress of the claimant and shall be Jules, Chip. Frank and Gene DuRant -

JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Suf*. CL B'. DAVISPASTOR 11:00 Morning Worship! I sworn to by the claimant, his agentor entertained eighteen of their

THOMAS SURLES. HARRY )I. 12:00 News : his attorney, and any such young friend in the neighborhood

COCHRAN, Asst's.C. LEE METHODIST: CHURCH 12:15 Aftercoon Melodies claim not so filed shall be void. with a Christmas supper party I I

B. DAVIS, ..Pasta.FIRST '.. Preaching 1255 NewsI /s/ OLLIE C THOMPKINS, As Tuesday evening. Dr and Mrs J M
Every Sunday. 1:00 Afternoon Melodies idmlnbtratrix of the Estate of DuRant assisted their sons in enter-
1st 3rd"Sundays
BAPTIST CHURCHGREENVILLE and 1:30 Attm1oon'KeJodS I Deuce Tbompkins. deceased.
taining the young guests and in
FLA. 11:00 al m. and 7:00P. m. 1:40 Serenade In Blue First 12 4 You
publication serving the fried chicken supper have been most kind
2nd"And 4th Sundays 9:00 1959.174tpd
a m.
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 1:55 News all
with the Christmas trimmings.
during the past with
Homing Worship 11:00 A. M. Sunday'School Every 2:00 Hour o: Decision year
Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday ......,,r,....,..,, 10:00 L m. 2:30 Musical Sunday The youngsters spent the evening your patronage and w)
singing Christmas carols and
evening Worship'_ 7:30 P.,M. Meth'odlrt Youth,' Fellowship 225 News Are brakes safe? playing thank you sincerely. W4
; your games.
Grayer Meeting Wed ''7:30 P4 H i i 6:00 p.m 3:00 Musical Sunday shall attempt to serve you
BOB .SEARCY. Sunday School Supt 3:55 News to the best of our ability
HANSON METHODIST CHURCH 4:00 Hit Parade If[f wit, drive in today to Look for Winter during 1960.

reaching Services every 11ratand PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH ,(:55 News

Third Sunday. 11:00 a. m. 5:00 Music At Sundown McWILLIAMS GARAGE Gene
and 7:00 p. m. Clearance Sale atEAGLE'S Kebing
,( Preaching every Sunday 5:30 Headlines ft Weather

Sunday School'. every: Sunday 10:30 a. m. Sunday School >_?......., 10:00 A. M. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE ,

tartly Night Saturday before Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. LL 5:33 Sign Off Ben Pfeil
PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO
Every, second Sunday 6:00 p. in*. Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M. 1

KEY. C M. SAPPINGTON Pastor :Evening Services 7:30 P. M. J 1f

,Prayer Meeting Wednesday ScfceWeWMAP
Daily Program
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CHURCH
OPEWELL BAPTIST Evening ,- 7:00 P. M. I
Monday School 10:00 A. M. W B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ 1230 ON YOUR DIAL .
11:00 A.JH. \
Corning Worship ARTHUR CRUCE, Training Union 6:00: A.1L Sign On .r
6:30 P. M.
Training Union
Baptist
6:02 Fla. Farm Hr.
evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Director.ERNEST ILIWba
625 World. & State News
GURR, Minister
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M
6.30 Fla. Farm Hour
Brotherhood last Thursday
.f each mor th at 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO 6:45 Rudy Hanuick
W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. 3Cvelene NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH ....... (Mon. Wed..Fri), .. '
6:55 World News **. /
Kelley Circle Y
:Thursday -.......... 2:30 P. Kw. Come Worship With Us 7:00 State News
i.. SINGLETARY S. S. Supt Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 7:05 Coffee With Ray

IALBERT KELLEY, B.T.V. Director Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. 7:45 World News

REV LEWIS D. HUGHEN, Pastor Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. 7:50 State News
Evening Worship 7:30 P. }t. ,:55 Weather Newt

WELCOME TO Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. 8CO Coffee with Ray \
tiLS
1KT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 9:00 > Morning evoUons

Sunday School ..:..,.,.,.,... 10:00 A. M. Jack Pickles .....-....._ S. S. Supt. 9:15 % Musical Interlude
Morning Worship ..,,,.,.,. 11:00 A. M. Sun Andrews B. T. U. Director 9:30 !Music Unlimited 1
training Union 6:30 P. M.ICvenlng REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor 10:00 News .

Worship __W.7:30. Pt,M* 10:05Mode Unlimited .' .
'- Happy New
Year!We
Prayer Meeting 7:30 P. M. CHERRY. LAKE BAPTIST 10:30 'i Music Unlimited hop

Ororch Business Meeting Flnt .. CHURCH 11.-00 Music Unlimited the year ahead win be the
'
Wednesday night of each month. 11:15 'I Public Service most successful of many

Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second Preaching Services every Sunday 1120 ". Record Session and that you'll have great

Thursday night of each month Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 12:00 World News .' happiness.CHERRY'S.

t reaching Service Every Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 12:15 P3t Noontime Notes 1t

!' ..I.cor.1e Woahlp With Us. Sunday School every Sunday' at 12:30 Talk Of The Town 66

71EV. DOZIER SAPP. Patter 10:00 A. M. 12:40 Uncle Ned To each of you '
1
y. hr tt
BTU Every Sunday at 6:15: P. M. 12:45 State News SERVICE STATION we say good "
: LEE BAPTIST CHURCH *
\ Prayer Meeting every Wednesday 1250 Farm News
.REV. I. T. CARTER, P>*"tOrTlJlmlDs i at7:30P.M. 1255 t Weather News Madison, Florida, ) luck every day

every Suafey. Brotherhood first Thursday 1:00 .1 Hillbilly Hit Parade a

;0BBay School .........:.. 10:60 a, m.ffCorning month at 7:30 P. ). 'j 155 V News HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY throughout .
Worship 11:00 a. m. NAVACO AWNINGS
the
2:00 Time )
Everybody Welcome. Gospel year* .
Union ... 7:00 V--
Training m.
p. rq
L Public
2:30 Service
REV. J. R7 COLLINS Pastor f
SOc.
l
Jumbo Hamburgers
I: 'Evening Worship 8:00 p. m, T*..r;
I : 2:45 :" Afternoon Melodies
..,r.;: *rn3 Aleetiac Wed. :7:30 p.,m.3QFEt.EY'H MADISON, .CHUftCH OF CHRIST 2:55 =? World & State News Choicest of Steaks and Sea

; ALL BAPTIST 701 South! Range 3:00 ".... Afternoon Melodies Foods at WHITE TOP Western Auto Associate Store

{.; CHURCH Bible Study, __ 10:00 M. ;:3:.& 'f"!r" Public Service DRIVE-IN on U S No. 63, ,
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'f ''REV. JACK LAMB Pastor Lord' .Stripper and 4:00 New
AND PERSONNEL
:.' & 'R. Sapp .CfaaJrmaa.. Board of -Edification ....* 11:00 A. Itt 4Os' f+ Request Parade south of Madison. 3itrchG.edyear
i 3>eacons. Bible Study __ 7:00 P. W. 4:55. f World & State News

Preaching ._..,..,. 7:30 P. M 5:00 Request Parade
Billy Bailey BTU Director
Ladies' Chun,. ..; Thursdays' 1:45. Sports Highlight
Troy Cruse Associate,.Director 6:00" World ?News Tires $12.95

Leroy Cruse S. S. S NEW HOPEFUL
pt.
; 6:15 .
: 'Miss. Merle;Bass '......... Song Leader MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.Services 625 ?.News Twilight Tunes 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type. .
FUEL-MORE FUEL
plus tax and recappable tire.
'
1 Jfffrs Jaanlta Cruse ....-_ Plaolst every tirst and third 7:00 Sign Off
Sundays at 11 and 8:00
a m,
p m.
Sunday School 10:00 A. M PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO
Sunday School every Sunday 10.00a. MESSER
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. m.Training CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

i Tmhilng Union ..... 7:00 P. M. Union every bunday TtfOp. --
Battery & Tire Co.
'EvrningVonhIp 8KX: P M. m. GEAppiucesHO"lertoD GASOLINE- 9 KEROSENE TRACTOR FUEL
'Prayer Meeting Wed 7:30 P. M. REV. W. P. BYCROFT. Pastor _

, &ualas I am, without-,'one ..plea.l BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH Sappy Co. DIESEL FUEL FOR HOME AND TRACTOR USE
-
come Regardless of your clothes Welcomes You

.: Condition. Whether cotton Home- Services Every Sunday We are equipped to give you Quick Service. L H THUR-
REV CARL V. IVEY Pastor i Georgia .
prm.; You n1cc.I are. welcome In our Sunday School .__..._ 10:00 A. M. OH, MYtACHING MAN and OTIS BROWN are standing by for your servicet.LS
church
i"(! i
Morning Worship __ 11:00' A. ){. PLATE GLASSGLASS \
I. I MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Choir Practice 6:00 P. M. BACK

Sunday School .........._ 10K ,A. ''M. Training Union .__.._ 630 P. M. .... UM fart reuse yv rud Compaaq
Mornlnc Worship .__. 11OO.A. M.Evcnlnp Evening Worship ___ 7:30 P. M ms.c.iar.cn.from MUiac sad b.claebt parts;: Uwt b.sdaetr oft..
n' WorsWn ....._.._7t,10 P. M Prayer 1.teet1ngVcd.. 7:30 P. M. ate JWtJea J+rlJta...JDiMra.bIe ti.... *
i; .... Sfocth Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. ftt wn.1ftJian..o with WMa tees di.eomtorts GLASS BLOCK '
... OTTexmk. or SUCH tad
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST .tnJ. ,... .
REV. B. B. BRICKLEY. PastorL. .at ntid'-.t 11 fiat
i'a .. MIRRORS *
CHURCH AD ther 4imIftIa-.OMT W BUM Uftddrr
InttaUoa foOowlft wror* food *.4cutterm
D. S. SERVICE Services every Saturday at Madison 4rhIk..rtfta MttIac va a .. .. oa.w %J.S.c7EZ4D54
!.fartabt. .. 215 W. Sav&aotb Ave. /
,tHURCH, iOF JESUS CHRIST OF American: Legion Hall. -.Ii. : s.cHAU4ER l cj
Dori Pm Rs :
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LATTER DAY SAINTS Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. ..,.: r'bp.p..dr. psis-tie.t.g.ctfoa. I.: Lone CHERRY 2-5285. INC. I, lfJ' .
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'; Sunday, School _.._._ 10:00 a. m. Church Service at 3 p. m. h.4&eba.toi,1r MMoa a" ptta*. I < Georgia ._ Sacratwi,..,*-Mt'tin11:00a.. m; E WILLIS, S S Supt t-fcy MOtIIJac' <*<* ter kUW r Irrtt*.
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Relief Society awl Priesthood time HAROLD YATES. Pastor Tele- to lbcTiiaO. utpI of the 11 an.t.NtIi.t r TeI1emyoasawitin'pair ,SHELL PCTROUEUM, PRODUCTS
Welcome ...,.., sal. J ,..,.* rJt ..1.
Scram Everyone! -
and place as announce: at I a rood ata-t.r. chop sal the "
I.- nt Meeting phone HU 36517.FREETouchtyping. MiwprrntMmIffloMk*..for*.w
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ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN Get -
LEGION HALL course with

I. E R. CARR Branch! Fres.1 every SMITH-CORONA portable OM'S'PIls -TIle E-R /

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