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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 8, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. LIX N10. 19 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY, JANUARY sin. i960 Madison,, Florida pri, JQC Yearly Subscription $3.75 ; Delayed Renewals HOO ,



PROCEEDINGS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' January Madison, 11960 Florida. New- Manager of New, Agent of .... 0 .J ,; N FOR SCHOOL- BOARD Registration Notice }

I Mr Ed I
Pugh, Vice-President,
I Standard Oil Co. DISTRICT NO; 2," .'
Finance Wells :
Madison. Florida 'COLUMBIA Fur.nilure'I' MADISON COUNTY FLORIDA 1 The registration books for the ;

January 6, 1960 '-'" BROADCASTING'. \..' '''' I have discharged my duties to May 1960, primary election will
SYSTEM the best of my abilities in an be Qpen every day in the office .;
The Board of County Commissioners New York, N, Y. 4 Y honest progressive and economical tit the Supervisor of Registration

of Madison County, Dear" Ed: way. Our children's Interests, and thrqugh January, February and ".
Florida met this date, in regular First 'm betterment March.If .
.1 let : congratulate you x have always,been uppermost ,
session. The, Chairman, Hon W G on your .appointment as a v-p for r in my mind and efforts., you registered 'in 1938 or .

v Rutherford, called. the meeting to CBS.. I meant to write several hereby soHdt year vote and support since you are OK for voting and '1

order.' All member were present weeks ago when I first read aboutIt Ti. In the May. 1960 Democratic do not have to re-register. :

r The Chairman opened the. !?e tIng ,in the..alumni. magazine. .a primaries for re-election as< your ARTHUR E. RAGANS ,4'
School Board Member from Dis- Supervisor of Registration.
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with a prayer. Your v medium of+ entertaInment '
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trict Two. 'Thru March-chi j
:: r The Board approved the.1. bonds and Advertising: is sir the headlines l _, a ,
t 1 of Hon R R Dugan and?Hon Wm today lor whal Sincerely.
: ,seems to me rela- RUSS DUGAN MARCH OF DIMES QUEEN
i ? H Bailey, Jr members'of the school tively minor reasons, the ricgcc } .!,j
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i. 1. board In the amount of $. ,OOO.OO medicine quiz shows, various forms + tr ., ROTAIY.CLUB Miss Robbie Cruce was chosen as .

if' >. ...1each... of. payola; etc.< r ,.: 'a-s b 4 r the teen agers' March of Dimes ;;

lf',; 'f!. The Board approved '. and signed While the merits and demerits of e r; ---' Queen in the contest Just held.

r the annual .report for the fiscal" rlggM, abovs'and, payola may be Runners-up were Miss Nell Ragans
1 :year 19581959. argued* for*quite'a while, and still e ea u Guest speaker at the Rotary Club and Miss Susan McCoy

'. '* On ,motion by 'Hon Grover. C not decision reached, It seems to Wednesday Was Highway Patrol Mrs Charles R Stout Is sponsor-

<=One, 'Beamed by Hon ElzieKIng* me., that the, most important thinghas h x Tjnocper Tony Graham, -who spoke for Teen agers For The March of '",

theit Board agreed to authorise the not ve% '\been investigated at .--. and showed slides on visual per Dimes for the 1960 campaign.
how
ception and It'
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applies to .
y Stale Road Department to construct &lL I refer to the; unending streamof BiIISt&kesP C. T. McWflfiams Jr. safety. The interesting films origi- ..

}. concrete sidewalks In front. crime and* violence which the nated at the New York University

I of the,library and visual aid ba-Sdii CBS-TV system and all others also, C T McWiniamx, Jr, of Madison School of Safety Education and Covered Dish SupperThe

ings on the campus of North are pouring into the! minds of ourchlldaro W (Bill) Stokes, formerly of has been appointed Agent of Standard represent the most recent studiesIn i\\

I Florida Junior College and fttr-. f hours every day. Mur- Tallahassee where he was district Oil Co. for Madison County, that field. Members the Club ) '

.... ther to authorize the State Head der, iayh'aaeorted acts of sales manager of GMAC for 11 effective Jan 1 participated In the discussion. families of the Madison {J:
!, ,: years, is now manager of Wells Mr McWUllams has friends Guests Included Dr Joan H County Farm Bureau enjoyed .:: '
: many a : .
Department to use secondary reed violence,! crime:: .and'''Vex, plus aUvarla.Uons \:
Furniture Co, 'of Madison The Moorman of Gainesville covered dish :l \
'the throughout the County who, win Messrs supper Tuesday even ,j
monies for this Construction to of vulgarity dominatethe Company is being incorporated wish .him success*'In business. Wilbur Rutherford and Bill Stokesof ing at the Lee Junior High School. .

amount. of approximately _.06. tel:"'tfslon. screens. My three and Mr Stokes will have an interest Madison and high school students. David Smith, president, assisted

.This motion passed' UMMbMMiir.; young, i.irl -.who watch television Philip Sims Donnia, Rutherford and by Charles Suns, supervisor of ASC

ABoard[ Intends to,-tease .. dally-will come to believe that ; Mr Stokes' family consists" of 'hisWUe RMS DBS*i First Tommy- Pepera. presented a program' assisted bY

Cherry Lake bathing beech for a murder and crime of, all! sorts are Edith and their three children: I .. the locaTOstJ boys) 011- the activi

period of twenty )"earL'.The Ceuaty oatual tMflfa and that alcoholism Mary Gall, 8: BUy, S;:and Carol, 4. ':!i:. :lmtmct r Office BIRTHDAY t pARTY ; ties and practices of..the group. ---". ..;
The Stoked ire Methodist} ; ,,A. boontifu tuppair wa served;
rip
to family
Attorney was instructed draw te a steel :way of MKfc uBffl "' ** i
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, rf->) rSloks 1t'i Mon. Then $lea Dogan, School 'Board Member Ted Sandeo, five years old on and an enjoyabe evening of fellowship '
the, t .-rt., .r: ,"'ur mt be wit ** '+* y** mss. w ." : ,
1.I} th .the..... .. "".. ....... acheol, church and home.iorct aeirtt are living temporarily In the Ward from District Two, is .announcing welner December-: .,& celebrated with a.. followed. ?... ..... ... cYOUNG' I
home Jbn' East but will far roast on Monday Dee 23. .. .. .,' *
'At the requeit of Meiefi. 7 the things they aer dafiy, foroeleral move in ,this reeks issue reelection at the home of his parents Mr and ; ,

Davis and Pat :Canter/the Beard hours on the T-V screen. Ihortiy to" the Frank Graham to that position, Mrs E, J> Sanders Jr. Guests were ADULTS HAVE SUPPEJt )
rMence SL I
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agreed to grade an emergency landing e uaaesirable qualities attrl- interested on In meeting Hayne! the 'people of ,He It the first candidate to, announce the little boys cousins: and spent err. 'J E

strip about wto miles wet of baled .above to T-V". apply our this; section W sooa at possible. publicly for office. .. the afternoon playing with Ted's The young adults of the First a'

Madison on the Cantey property. movies. magazines, and 'newspapers Mrs Row-en Wells and Mrs 'Virginia new electric train. The chocolate Methodist Church entertained wittt .)

"This Itrlp",1s to be open to the pub to varying de Brest.4' The quest fora Gross will continue in- the BUYS INTEREST ;i birthday cake was decorated with a covered dish supper Tuesday night J

lic. \ fast buck has -a tendency to remove business. *" < Leroy Morris has bought the Christmas candies and was topped. at Fellowship HalL Mr Robert "}
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The Board had advertise forbids ..,the ordinary standards of 1 I interest of his former partner, Mrs candies with five, nuts red candles and cold Weiners drinks; cake Kennedy and Mrs Mack Primm were

on one motor grader irittt...( 'a deep wv.. .J. Frances: Gossnun in the Madison served. Ted received were nice the committee in charge, anti'ests .

trade-In allowance on one tWMS You are the only! person 'In T-V 'Kenneth Studstill bas.returned to Jewelers, and'l( now cote owner.Raymond many $ included forty of the younger .;

.. motor grader. The' followlag bids wham I know so I thought I would the University of North Carolina Pinkard formerly with gifts.Mr and Mrs Sanders were assisted married couples, and others. ,

were received: write .you. Please use your good in- following a holiday visit at Us the City, will be connected with by t :Mrs Frederick Mickler of Jasper After supper Informal entertainment *

Florida Georgia Tractor .Company: ffetfwe to call a halt to some of borne here. the business. I in entertaining the guests I and games were enjoyed. .

1 New Gallon Model 118 ,diesel the fBtfa .your boys. are peddling I 'V .

powered motor grader, 125 b P, Into oar homes.. <* '

with International model U-5M Noofloas to say .I m,.:not surprised ""'
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diesel engine, 'hydraulic'powered at your rapid rise in the ... ., Cripplers ThatStrike 1 in Every 4 U. S. Families

shiftable mold board Net, .to business world. It wad obVIous .. -
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County- $13,100.00 ( This incloses. nearly twenty years ago. The New March of Dimes to prevent crippling-- diseases .}

one year warranty) Cordially and Sincerely : affects
directly in four
one every U. S.famdtesr,
Labmno Machinery Company: I T C .Merchant Jr., : .1 The ,
1 New Caterpillar .Diesel No '12 114 targets are: birth defects, arthritis and polio. The-
i weapons are the same used '
grader. 115 h.-p. Net to weapons so effectively
County motor -$15,317.00 (This Include. j January 5, 10. in the polio fight: research, patient aid, training, for
[ Mr T C :Merchant, Jr, Editor
more badly needed professionals to disease. '
two year warranty.) I ( fight
Florida
Madison.
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Florida Equipment Company: : The Madison JE iterpriseRecorderDear .abW ::

1 New Model 10-D Huber Warco, ., Tom r :'? ti
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125 h p motor grader: Net ter. .Many thanks for your .letter of ,
) Ito
County-$13,145.00 ; t January 1st It .was. good hearing.
Construction Equipment e
Adams from after
you so many years.
'. Company: Your comments about television .
I New Adams, Model 440} motor ,4r N t .
1 l must be takenvery seriously, and d
iw grader, 115 h p. Net to County- for this reason i'am sending your

f.: 514,985.00. letter to the appropriate officials of ..
f All the above bids are on file in the CBS Television Network Division rr.n 'J
'. The Board voted
,i "i the Clerk's office. for their consideration. \
unanimously to accept the low bid With 'best )
:' ". all wishes for a happy -
; of Florlda.-Georgia Tractor Com leewr.Year. I amCordially BJrth defects pet J-ytarcU Moo/ Huttfl la a cast of Baylor Ho*. ,
of S13AOO.OO. ''Pllol, Dallas, Tunas.
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... pany, in the amount' T yours, ,

with a one year warranty. '. Ned|1t '--- -- ...,.. .- .-- --- I .
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Board submitted the names oil" r .' .. .of .. '
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for the County Court and Circuit t ,..I'f ...;.,.r'."..' '''," .,.::"r.c..,'. .,.".. ti"r :<"\...:. ,.:. rRhavnratald'

.Court Jury Boxes for ,the year BABY SULLIVAN t .:.. ,.' ,.4. .I ...r.,4ir. +3
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in fulL >'Mr and Mrs James L Sullivan 1:
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There being no further business, &,8ROunce'the. birth. .of.a son Thursday -" i ,4r 4__

i the meeting adjourned. morning at the local ,hoseiIThe I 1

l Attest baby weighed; 7 Ibs and-"lO'ozs.f 1. .. "

Dale M Leslie, Clerk .-, .H.; .' .. ,.,

Wilbur G Rutherford C&drman r. "+ HANNAH' McKINNEY"DIES. ** i .

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DUGAN *NAMED CHAIRMAN .' ,I3emrah McKhmey, a Iife4ongeltteea t r
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OF SCHOOL Tuesday i' ,
: of Madison, died : 4 / \
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R R Dugan was naaaed:; chatepan :fen :-5th :*t the 1$cal' hospltol 7'''* .rijj ..;;;

of the School Board ',Weday:, .' S r\1v 1'Sre" three brothers,' JoeAlexander ., .. "
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He :suceeeds'srMarcus:'"Cherry.: ;w H' l 'oi Madison,, .James'aa ii ,,\ ,

Bailey was named t\'tee-chairiBaiu'i 71 Ctie Alexander of DuMeiion.'liu,a d' ,. i'J .
Approv&i :was made of 3** -ihlhost: of nephews l :>>.nd'nlec t s: ,''

1*ans for the shower and .dte tngt .. : ';Services will be held at Damas .. .. "'"; :' :: ;:t- -t.

room facilities .t NFJC. I Io viteptist Church Sunday Jan '".t I ;. f L1;. :{ ..:. :
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Preliminary fetches of the' ctMb: iiv..2' p m and burial will jf oldak t., 'I! ". '

building plans for lass rooms if and Fa J. +v".x,m;+' ''Ridge;",mnetery./;:Till: :l"":, "",. arthritis tortures 3-yeoV-oW Diana Kim Kilberg, here- 1\\

science :1>Building f-j the S-Suwannee> 'I man 3. t' nd"'Jamei Funeral'"Home in Polio paralyzed 5-yeer-WcT Sfephen'Ye; during the Des shown getting treatment from o physical therapist at Stanford
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River Junior ,. '',",.. / clues epidemic ef 1959 and kept hIm la oa iron! 'rng.C Omrcnt Hospital for Crippled Childna Palo
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r, LEE NEWS-NOTES CARD OF THANKSWe OAK HILL NEWS MRS.GREENVILLE BYRD PASSESIN ::1

Mr and Mrs Dennett M Blanton -
Mrs Callie L Byrd wife of R-P
and Arthur of Longwood spent wish to thank R L Crafton, Harry Crafton and .1
son our many
of Greenville died 2
Byrd, Jan: f
a portion of last week here with friends for their kindness and Bill Fourakerf spent New Year's In a West Florida Hospital at the ; COM!

Mrs J B Rain and Miss Vesta sla pathy. May God' richest-bless- day near Fargo deer hunting. No age of 72 years. She was a nativeof
B1'anton. ings be with you always. Alabama, but had lived in Greenville ,

. The Rev E W McDougal attended CULLEN HOWARD and FAMILY. deer.Mr and Mrs John E Brantley of for about 25 years

; a church meeting In. St Petersburg. I Jacksonville spent New Year's eve Services were ,held at 2 p. m.
, Tuesday. i Mr and Mrs R F SIrmon and son and day with Mrs R L Grafton and Monday in the chapel of the T J '
" f Mr and Mrs E J WhItfield of Johnny have returned home to other relatives.Mr Beg Jr Funeral Home at Madison ON :
here for a Mobile Ala. after; a two weeks visit The Rev Paul Hendry of :1
Jacksonville stopped
and Mrs 0 E Davis of West
with their parents Mr and Mrs Perry, and the Rev J B BcnefleH
short while Friday morning enroute J A Diamond of Madison. Florida arrived Jan.1 to spend the of Macon, Ga officiated, and inter t
" to Perry to attend the funeral I of I weekend with his father J L Davis ment was In Evergreen cemetery,

a brother. NOTICE TO CREDITORS :Mr and Mrs Davis entertained Greenville. t '. .
Mr 'Clete Tuten returned home I Florida-Statutes them Sunday with a family dinner. Active pallbearers included MessrsW IN

Sunday from a visit with relatives IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Mr and Mrs Cecil Crafton end B Wynn Lawrence Newman. Sr. ,

In Jacksonville and Miami. He 'I JUDGE. MADISON COUNTY, family were among those present.Mr Norman Newman Marcus Day t
states that he had a wonderful trip. :FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. and Mrs Tkra Gregol returned Clarence Thlgpen, Luther Norris

Mr Ellis 'M Blanton returned to I la re: Estate of E :E Hadden, Sr, to Tampa Monday after and Elsie and J A Lane. ,
Survivors include her "husband .j
In Miami last week from Deceased ; TOONjJ w
his home spending the holidays with Mr and |lx: sons, Rollin, Leeaburg. Herbert
with Mrs J B Rains TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER
a visit here Mrs Ran Terry. They plan to re- H. and Wilbur P., both of JacklomllJe. -
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS

and Miss Vesta Blanton. turn in the near future and begin R E, LaBeDe. Joseph E. .
1" AGAINST 'SAID ESTATE
Mr Albert Campbell spent the : construction of their new home In Warner Robbins, Ga and Paul. J
You and
each of hereby
. yon are :
New Year's holidays with hisplm1tJ notified and required to present the community. Live Oak; four sisters, Mrs Leila .

: In Vero. Beach. He reported any claims 'and demands which you, Jerry Bland returned, to Mississippi McAllister and Mrs Mary Kirk- ,
land, both of Auburndale Mrs Alto
they doing nicely. or either of you may have against Sunday after spending the holidays ,
Mr ,anXiMrssA: ; E \Ragans wentto the estate of E E Hadden Sr, here with his parents Mr and Claudia Hammock Kelly Gx. cer1I1e Columbus and Ga Mrs Fri-Sat Jan 8 and 9 Only Two DaysWWj
ten
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Adel Ga last,Wednesday for a deceased, late o( said County,. to !tin J T Bland. /. a.ltlJ grandchildren, and fire oJ
,.' few days' v sit witty Mrs Zula Ivey the County Judge.* of :Madison COunty : and. !Irs1 I Reaves have .chndre great-grand-. Pi jwi
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Florida, ,at 'his oiBce &> the *; \.4-
and otherrelratives.Mr ;begun construction oftheir newhome -
court house of said County at
.. Jacksonville and Mrs came Jacl for a Floyd weekend of Madison Florida, within eight cal- : .near' that of his father I EReaves. Visiting Mr and Mrs J H Phillips This coupon and 40c entitles i
endar months from the time of the
., visit, with Mr and Mrs John Hod- first publication of this notice. Visiting I E Reaves over the ar Henry of Lee during the holidays I you to ONE DOZEN HOLE-IN
were Mr and Mrs A M Norrisof
nett and ,Joe. Each claim or demand shall be In weekend were "Mr and Mrs Silas I ONE DOUGHNUTS, REG\ 60c
Mrs Clyde Sutton has her grandson writing, and shall ,state the placeof Reaves and family, Mrs Harold: Jasper, Mr and Mrs Albert
'I'Bruce, of Jacksonville, spending residence and post office ad- Sprenkle and baby of Valdosta. Mr Norris and son of Rock Hill, South I .
.. some time with ber. dress pf the claimant, and shall be Mrs Martin Reaves and family 1 Carolina Buddy "Norris of Jasper, I
and
.: sworn to by the claimant his agentor Reaves. Mr and Mrs Jack Black and sons
< and DNature otr and Mrs Paul
attorney, and any such claim or and Mrs Herbert Hunter of Genoa
Dr Harry Nevel, former health demand not so filed shall be void. Notes-The tobacco beds and Mrs Myrtle Lloyd and Paul of HILLCREST DAIRY BAR
officer here, was a visitor! in the ALMA SHAW HARDEN are blooming, out with white Lake city
city 'Tuesday. Dr Nevel is now As Administratrix cum testamento covers and did you know peach,

health officer In, Columbia, Hamilton 'annexo Sr. deceased.of the estate of E.. E Hadden plum and dogwood buds tare swellng and Mrs-Leon xMr Strickland of West U. S. 90 :.
" with ? Mother Nature better i caution Panama
and Gilchrist counties, City spent the holidays
First publication January; 8th 1960.
headquarters In Lake City. 19-4t : covered for tricky weather Therain visited other relatives in Madison

' '. C New Year's Day was much county.CONSERVATION- .. .. -- ,
Appreciated by those ,planting pines,

I us well as gardeners.TO A I

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ATTEND MERCHANDISE
SHOW ,' (by L C Bruotr. I
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\ .' (Son Conservation Service) I
I \ '. *J J Sale Jr of Madison owner Sod-base rotation was studied: on !
f11K*' i Y and ,operator of the Western Auto the farm of Herbert Fulford of I
\ w Associate Store here for the past Greenville Florida by 16 workersof

I 20 years will attend a Western the Soil Conservation Service last
Auto Merchandise Show at Jacksonville Tuesday.: The area was seeded to
January 10th and llth. He Pensacola bahia in"1952 and grazed

will be accompanied by Mrs Sale until November 1958, The last of

r 4'Oz14vE' and Sam Breeden. November Mr Fulford cut the bahla
"My wife and I really enjoy attending !
sod two with large harrow
a
IIIIiIMrkAal/glNt tNls tAiclAillr thee shows," Mr Sale ways .
before fuming the A few --- --- ------- -
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product information clinics designed -days .before planting watermelons .
to help us serve our customers he harrowed the ten acres again. CIRCLE. MEETINGS TO ENTERTAIN DISTRICT

. better and formulate our sellIng The rows were laid off with a -

('1 iplans for the coming year. tractor using two discs to open the Prestyterian Circle No I met Next Tuesday at 7:30 p m the
16 BIG SHOWS IN THE U S'furrows and two discs to cover the Monday with the chairman, Mrs :Madison Junior Woman's Club will

Mr Sale explained that the Jacksonville fertilizer. By using this method of Jack Wade with nine- members Including be ',hosts to lire Clubs of District

merchandise show is one planting the watermelons were the president Mrs J M DuRant Three at a Work Shop to be held
"' MIM/iItf.. I iIr.lIl1afll. of 16 which will be held in Jan j
Jt 99 s VL easily cultivated: with the tractor. present. at the Woman's Club. The District .

W ft.II.LJ.1fWlIC......,-4.", v"1I J. ..,'. /I.."".. ......&......1&,11I- uary for more throughout than 3,600 the United home-owned States Mr Fulford said The vines were MnV G Sheldon taught the includes clubs of Tallahassee Live }

.... .. ... ..... .a andloperated Western Auto Mao real deep and I made at least one- Bible, study. Christ the Unifying Oak and Perry. Mrs Brody Hams I
date Stores. : third more watermelons on this Center in Personal Experience, and: of LIve Oak District director and

-- wV "We're looking forward to seeing bahla sod than was made on other the program on Christian Edu MrsL Mary Clark of Tampa, State
brand-new power mowers appli- land with the same treatment." cation was given by Mrs Dan Grit Junior Director will be visitors and
ances automotive supplies and The area was harrowed this fall fin. After the business session the speakers. '

thousands of other items. These and seeded to rye for winter crop hostess served coconut cake, salted Mrs Robert Lay. president of
shows are really a mirror of modern to be grazed some & then turned nuts and coffee. I the local Club who succeeds Mrs
day American life all in one exhibition !
: hall." Mr Sale noted. for tobacco and corn. Mrs T C Merchant Jr, chairman, Harris as District Director, will
t A good way to handle grass sod was hostess to Circle No 2 with preside. The regular monthly meetIng -

Hi F > WFs r W jj B* Holiday guests of Mr and Mrs R is to prepare the land in early falL twelve members present. : scheduled for Monday night

r r 1 J ii tx l J L L Bodenstein and Mr and Mrs John seed it with blue lupine or some Mrs T C Gibson presented the ''Is cancelled for the District meeting

p pw....... 3odenstein and daughter Debbie In- other winter legume* turn the Bible Study on Christ the Unify- :
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cluded Mr and Mrs Lee King of winter legume In the spring for ing Center In Personal Experience

1MfJ.,60", _1 Leesburr. Georgia; Mr sal Mrs corn, :or other crops. and Mrs Charles Knox gave the i Sgt and Mrs Ishara Latner and

R F Slrman and son Johnny of Mr' B S Waring, whose dairy program on Christian Education two daughters returned to Ft Gordon
\ ItIJlMfi"' ''.JII1I'I Mobile Alabama; Mr and Mrs Wilbur farm is on the Cherry Lake road Sandwiches cookies: and coffee after spending the'holidays '.

'1 IIMYt.r7 Selph and daughter Charlotte;, ,has harrowed the pasture Northof were served. with Mr and Mrs Colon Bell and I,
i his .milking parlor and seededit Mrs H Armstrong chairmanof Mrs Loney Lather and other rela
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.t spending! Christmas Day with the legumes grown on the soil increase circle. Mrs W T HolUngsworth the hostess served coconut cake

lI..iIIlw. : family were Mr and Mrs J A its organic matter' makesit taught the Bible lesson,'Christ the ,salted nuts and) ff ee. 1 1l.

/1&.tJlJIXIIIf HHf* Ju2 1-- .. Diamond and Mr and Mrs J L easier to .work ,and increase Its Unifying Center in Personal Experience. l.. Twelve members and one visitor
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Y A "DIES IN LIVE OAK 3e: 3: 3e0 3e
Whyllave RePuI Mrs Ida Hamilton Kent 84, died ,

in Live Oak Wednesday and Fune-

0Ladies' library System? ral ,services were held in the .

Methodist church in- that dty

I yesterday afternoon with burial

following in Corinth cemetery
It is utterly Impossible for a south of Lee.1drs' -
small community to provide ade-
Kent
is suniby ft son,
quate library: service for all its "
Artis,* of Jacksonville *two sisters,
people. A small community simply ..., '"
: two grandchildren, two greatgrand.chlldrenr -;
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& Children'sShoes lacks the resources.

But when a small communitygoes [ On All I Materials ;:
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into- partnetshJp: with a larger Mr and' Mrs Carl Sims entertained

community* 'or many communities, the Sims family on Christ
at 1-2 Price the benefits of cooperation now In. mas. Dinner guests Included Mr r NOW

S L Townsend chairman of the and n'W C Copeland Jr and Mr :fREG. 98c: to $1:98: '
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Gilchrist 'County Library Board and Mr W C Copeland HI of Tallahassee 7 I
.FORTUNEr == DATE BOOK STORY BOOK and also vice-president! of the Su-, Miss. Alice Sims Mr and
4- Mrs Howard Studstill also Mrs 'W Wash 'N Wear Prints cotton satin
: River Regional Library, .e?
wannee
: Reetoced M Prescott and Mr Mack Sims. of Lady and Gingham Wainsutta.
Other heMs
Many says in praise of the regional library Valdosta. ,
: Voile, 34-in Woven TreaSures.
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system. C'o
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J> "' service is the modern mass production

method which provides a ,. 1.; .. .. r
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mimimum of cost. REG. 89 r
and'98c'Dett
1t investment T H Greene sr et al to J E Sheffield
Phone HU 3-6750 Madison, Florida requires lea capital turpentine lease for four 4S
unit or library. Reducedcost
per
.' .L for wholesale purchase of books years on 3,140 acres. d Swiss, I Indknhead Everglaze ,'

.., "V. -'N.M '_,, and supplies. Book circulation be- W A Mickler and wife to Clayton prints Sport Denim.
Webb and wife, 185 ft x 75 ft '
J tween all libraries in the region Increases C
In NEtt of NEIL Sec 10, Tp 1 S,
variety. Local Administrativevoice YD. ,
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I. and privilege, with most of -
I'TTiE C M Buie and wife to Patrick 't ,. ..
the administrative responsibjlity '
Buie and wife Lots 7 and.20f.Mill- -, NOW .
handled: by experts at the regional
town S/D. S '
icadquarters. Cordell Franklin Ferrell Sr to REG.59cto98ci; >,
Regional library "operation Is n .
'- Gladys Euretha Ferrell Bass, 51.5
demonstration of the motto that,
ft x 100 ft in NEU of SEU, Sec Butcher. "Linen Organdies. Stiffen- ,
in Unity there is Strength. "
( I Suwannee River Regional Library 7, Tp 2 K R .10 E. ings, Batiste Broadcloth..
'TW c1TpI1sE-IgoIDcR Orena Smith Pafford and-Josie
received its second bookmobile on C

,' f'VaJIID' II Till (OIICIJIOI&A&.. RKUUYRAI/ ANt Wf'ttRl. CWTM,OT WIM ILOR1 A I Nov 15th and put it into operatic E Smith to Carl D Smith; their PER YD.twftftftRRiaj .
undivided\ two-thirds interest in
v'.. the next week There are seven
in Ntt of SEU, Sec 30,
w.,. .1- ..0z counties in the region and Madison ten acres "

: County'reports the response Tp1NIt10K "
r L F Kelly and wife to Fred T
FOR ,to the bookmobile has been excellent -
Kelly, 62 ft x 97 ft on Hong ,
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Obie E Williams and: wife to
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,. ), ..,. I Hart and Clay Tomlinson, ban Martha S Cooper, 70 acres in Sec1 ,I

\ S returned to Peabody 'College in 15, Tp 1 S, R 10 E, tobacco allotment v

.' .T+ ,'High Class Printing 'J Nashville holidays: ,at Tenn.their after home spending here.MEafNere >the. Sarah reserved Fraleigh Ashley to John \ GIRLS-CIRCLE HOSTS ON NEW YEAR'S EVE ,

Gordon Ashley and wife, ,134 ft xal
The
Presbyterian Girls' Circle
lfrand lfrsV C Copeland Jr
Mi ft in Blk 4, Town of Madison
: ,! 'met Tuesday night at 7:00In the were, hosts at their annual formal
? Wflmer T Cone Sr and wife to
Of All /Kinds ; church parlor. We elected officers New Year's ,eve dinner when they
John Frank'Scott., three acres: less
UMTS as follows: ChaIrmaj Mrs Harris entertained a group of friertdS'whIch

'- '. .] certain amount. In NEU l. SWtt, eo..ch lrnan-Shirley Merchant, Sec- have gathered through the years to
i Sec3Tp1NR6K watch the New Year In.

(Except BoKtcr:,Tkkets AntljMmtey. ) .,, r. ; Mary Cain to' Tobe Cajnf: and Ann dYe Harriet Ragans, Gandy Treasurer-Harriet was hostess.Gah-. I Camellias and other. seasonal

\ ",. *' *; ........ Linda Cain et ux, one acre in Annv Ragans, w ''flowers were arranged throughoutthe
rd NWU 'of SWU, Sec 16, Tp ;$ N, home for the51 ..occasion. The
,*ri %f: ;! Secretary dining table !was with
Centered a.
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., J:' .t .. j'I Aa1a&l BItk R7Rosalto' Russell\ and husband\ to t lovely arrangement of pink camellias
SMITH CORONA A disease with a misleading, # and the buffet held similar
: ..name Is now costing farmers a Edith M Wlntenburg and/or; HarryB Me and Mrs J.-H Phillies and decoration and silver candelabrawith a

... .heavy price in lost milt prodx e-* Wintcnburg. Lot 18.. Lakeside Henry visited: relatives fix Jasper lighted candles.A .

lion.The Terrace. and Lake City during the holidays. turkey dinner was served. ,.
r disease is caned TmUk ,' .
: t fever," although there is no 0 11 t '

Standard ,Typewritersi; r ...fever Involved. Unfortunately t S
; problem strikes most often to .. ,
the years of highest milk pro.
4 to 9 ".,
dacUon. when cows are ;: b' '
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lag period of highest prodctsoa. r Nl /

,: :: Typewriters '. the To dlseue add to resembles the eomr-llrattnns another t

;: ketosis. Bothvdis- :
r cattle problem. t.1rf .'
} eases are likely to strike at cah '
lag time both have similar symptoms. -

'.. ,- Yet the treatment for the.f j
two is quite different 00 ,. ;
: 'i ? 1 : Signs of*""-* fever may tncmde "\ rr, ..J.
Metal Wood '
And .
; + either dullness or excitement.,. I1 a "
.possible spasms in the htod legs .'

or a sUgcering gait' Finally" ,k. .
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,, e' t r',4'After' the cow goes down. heath :
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] erlnarian can get ,
.: .; '\ ,I. ,.. 'f yphn i very quickly. If treat k y Ae .
'f (
be eaoughTrecover = L e ; j
meet can ,1
c; YU7.4ramatleJ I.,
; Is often ;
,. i UNDERWOOD A cow which appeared on tte'v I
;"verge of death may be back oa""MCher ,
feet within a few honrs aftatment. Fl M '

: Today's vetertnartane t4 :
I use intravenoos: mjectksu 04i
I BURROUGHS these cases. ;
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: Can a farmer do any&ing I '0. I

.. j M help when a caw, goes dowat,y .\ .
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: R Allen t:And 'OtttmerADIMNC 4 f under observatiaa.: becaos i 1' _.... ... .' i
.q} ,. 9 may :tejare herself in trying tal'' ;.; ., 0 < i..1 f ffJ
y .. .. ,
",: .. l... ........ J.1 get back: on her |eet;, or she m ; L f / 4.j '1' I
develop hloatjprofraijx <, Jcit'touch the keys ma perfect letter electrically.
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: ... .. >J:, ... j;'1b: Cti jilt present, reeeareb offers '1 ..' 'if;:. c e35) 1{ i opwJl ta ._ .. g.e..
w tome promise for '.e fntare.Howeves .

:: -" ; be plctere II vwQy .. '
better fcn a few rears Ka. At o .- .'.... "fI'III". : ,

'I ooa tfene 80 per net of slue cows ;..
+ : ,
ttrlcJem by taSk fever+ weeM .e.New.wlih 0' : THE "ER0 '
,pFFIcEs1PPLIEsd: mo3cra .etiraia:r et t! 1 ;,
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\ MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST Suwannee. I' River Junior College '
Slight
701 South Range January 5, 1960 Charge
Sunday Bible Study 10:00 A. M.
\f" Whereas the health problems of Lord's Supper and Registration for new students r

birth defects and arthritis are of Edification ._.._.___ 11:00 A. M. will be held January 21. 22 and 25. A slight charge Is made for:
great concern to the families of Sunday Evening Service 7 x30 P. M. Registration for students in at* 0 ALL ENTERTAINMENT
and
our community '
Wednesday Evening tendance during first semester will NOTICES
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Whereas polio is continuing
problem because a insufficient .Services ? ..- 7:30 P. M. be January 23, I960. I (regardless of sponsor)
A ALL NOTICES OF MONEY-
numbers of our citizens have been
RAISING PROJECTS "
protected by the Salk vaccine and Jumbo: Hamburgers SOc. e
(regardless of sponsor)
er Whereas The National Foundation Goodyear Tires $12.95 !
"I which financed the Salk vaccine Choicest of Steaks and Sea: 0 ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE

has added birth defects and Foods at WHITE TOP I 670 x 15, AU-Weather, tube-type; ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY
arthritis to its work in the polio DRIVE-IN U S. No. plus tax and recappable tire. KIND ,
on 63t
field and, (regardless of organization)
r : Whereas this vital work affecting south of Madison. 3-lt-ch Prices are reasonable. Rising production :

/ one family In lour is supported entirely MESSER costs force us to omit All
R yk by the New March,of Dimes March of'Dimes Month and urge FREE ADVERTISING.THE .

to prevent crippling diseases, everyone to support this tremendously Battery & Tire Co. ENTERPRISE-RECORDERS
r-13&I : V '1 Therefore, I, V M Folsom. Mayorof Important cause to the full ;
q }Madison do hereby proclaim est extent. Sale R.'Miclder's!
the month of January 1960, as New V. M. FOLSOM Mayor of Madison
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The Five Blind Boys, National known Gospel Singers will

I appear at the Saint James ,Missionary Baptist Church Qn January DANAMRUtVER : j
21., Tickets will be sold. Adults 1.00 in advance; $1.25 at the

door. Children SOc In advance, 75c at the door RUGS
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OPERATION OPERATION
BIRTHDAY PARTY I ..

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Hand Ashley, daughter of Mr .
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and Mrs J Ashley Jr. celebratedher /' HEAVY NYLON VISCOSE
eleventh birthday with a party ;
Saturday, Jan 2nd Ten young 4 r
.
friends enjoyed. the occasion with LUSTEROUS, LASTING AND liNT. FREE (l \i.,

her. GuestS*'enjoyed a lunch with ; .> FULLY ROLLER COATED NON-SKID BACKS t .

the birthday cake at Hillcrest Frtptrct r..n.fcrAnerltM .tl*. f rABlaal + .> MATCHING COLORS AND DESIGNS IN ALL SIZES- -,. o,. .
Dairy Bar. After lunch the party lleaa aWe ..
attended the movies at Woodard's are hearing lots about REGULAR $1.00 REGULAR $2.93 REGULAR $3.982V
"stress" thete days, and the troubles ,
Theatre. Randi received numerous
I' nice gifts. it causes 'among human' 'x 36" 27"x48" 30" x 60"
.. beings. i SHEETSTHE
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., Strange AS It may seem cows .
Mr and Mrs J L Graham Jr of '
suffer from stress, too. Despite .
Tallahassee were New Year's guests j WORLD'S BEST REGARDLESS OF PRICE"
their placid appearance, they are ,
cf Mr and M? Frank Graham subject to terrific stress at certain 88 C $188 $288
WHITE MusliN
WHITE
MUSLIN
times in'their lives. And this can'' .I
} lead to sickness: and to real losses :. 72x99
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for the cattle owner. 81x99
Tips: on Touring One stress disease, known as' ",
ketosis, strikes particularly bard J
S Carol/Lane at ,calving time and immediately '
/ all the : $168 $178 '
afterward. Worst of for
Women' Travel/ Avlhotify' SCATTER RUGS .
\ farmer, it Is most likely to occur' '
Winter Driving Tips during the years when cews5: {
I should reach their highest& pro.; OUR REGULAR $1.00 EACH'
I find fewer lactation ... .. .' ...!I J
Every year women duction after, the. second <.<, ..II
'who pay they are timid about winter period. PILLOW .CASES ti".qFor :fl
driving. They make it easier by .
. taking these tips from professionals.When 11 '
you start on a snow-packed 2 $1 00 ,
surface, get.the "Xeel of the, road. I << ..<.lf'
Away*'from other cars, _try your r- WHIMUSLIN."rrrI" \ \ .1.1I
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: ,r time for fcetods disease v ;

The farmer who wants'to guard ::
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Bfabut'losses "from this disease ;
should keep watch for certain
\. 1\t) Ir'.s iTo -;'. ,iirnnUnc signs. Some cows may\,' : ',,- .s ,
become excitable. Others may beMIRe -Jr -
/ stop on an S Icy surface, pump depressed. All such cows ', :ri .
the brakes-don't rid them. If you wffl show a drop in milk produc t "STAR GLOW"
do skid, follow your natural reflexes J Hon, and fail la condition. ,.
LUREX
ALL VISCOSE HOBNAIL ,
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-turn the steering wheel in the the OFASHIONABLE t
direction of the skid.Don't When this happens taperj j OUR REGULAR $4.98-$3.88 OR .
tent thing is to have sick animals I
t ahead too taflrtte.closely!Following is 'always the dan car s checked immediately so they can VISCOSE, 1.-.. 1ICJII
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Keep your front window(and your little: lost time as possible. Fortunately LUXURIOUS RAYON AND ACRILAN OUR REGULAR $3.98
Bead) dear by opening the car's side the "lactation" form of EXTRA HEAVY : KING SIZE 72x90 .
vent Go easy on the heater;a warm ketosis can be cleared up rapidly. :, ELECTRONIC HEIRLOOMSPREADS
car can make you drowsy. Veterinarians now use special $5.98 VALUE$3.88 OR2For$750 $'.88 or
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winter tips: carry a bar of type* of injection some directly
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additional weight over the rear
wheels rives added traction, and may start showing signs of recovery OUR REGULAR $6.93 5.88 OR .
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help! >>you out of slick spots. ,3aeat In another form complicated 2For$501CANNON
:' To melt icy ipots on your drive. ketosis.a different approach 2 For $10 "
tray,try a mixture of calcium chloride it seeded, and the underlying
E and salt. The combination leas the eue has to be determined be-
advantages of both chemicals and 'Jere treatment can start
alone.is more effective than either o&e used Cettfci owners of themselves '

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ward off the ketosis .
lips to help
wipe off the chrome with dry ek>Uu ,
This keeps chemicals from 'pitting problem These include: '; EXTRA HEAVY ,
the finishT Protect cows against strew contftloas .:; .-'

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Your hand brake can freeae. With hay tad roughage: bring cows ?i? 6IJ1A "WI
automatic transiniaeioM, leave fte :up to maximum crate feeding *i < BATH"
ear in"park." ooo *s possible after calving; .,
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HOSPITAL NEWS I VOWS SPOKEN HONORED FOR SAFETY I

The Woman's Guild of St Mary's IF YOUR CLOTMH& CATCHES FIRE
r Episcopal Church met Mohday Local employees of Florida Power ,
night with Mrs J L Brinson. The Cherry Lae Baptist church Corporation were presented safety
Admissions: Marcus Morrison, Mrs wax the setting,! 3 pm Sunday, honor certificates at ,the company's SMOTHER THOSE
Freda Deas, Terry Lee Tuten, :Mrs Mrs T F Livingston was elected December 27, for the marriage of annual safety dinner meeting held
president to succeed Mrs Frank Miss Pamella Weaver and
Josephine
C W Hitchcock, Mrs ,Ruth Gllliam; January 5 atVoman's Club in
: Graham, wha will go to Tampa Gerald Eugene Painter. i Monticello; according to C R Watson FLAMES
Mrs Thomasina Oliver Mrs Bessie :
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.I.. shortly to reside; Mrs Lamar Smith The bride is the daughter of Mr I FPC manager here !_
Moon, Bonnie June Harris Mrs
l was chosen vice-president, Mrs Ed and Mrs Horace Walton Weaver of During the past year, Florida
Annie Sir y, Mr Otis Creamer, Cherry Lake. The bridegroom is Power had
Scanlan secretary, and Mrs E J employees a good safety
Mrs Marie Hancock, Robert Barber the of Mrs Louie Brandt of
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; Harris was reelected treasurer. year, according to H B McMahan,
Mrs Annie Thomas, Mrs Gladys Plans were made for a parish Gibson City Illinois. safety director for the company ( (
Herndon and Mr Carl Webb. Mr Weaver gave his daughter in who reported that the employees',
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marriage and T Bland was
i. Discharges: Mr Lamar Roy, Harold accident prevention record was about
The hostess
served delicious the best ,
Bonnie Harris, ,Tommy Warren, man. two times better than the national
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homemade cake 'and coffee.. The Reverends Carlton F Mann avenge. Also, during 1959. Florida
Mrs I
Annie Sircy Mrs Connie Har-
t 4 and John R Collins officiated at Power employees for the third
dee, Mr Carl Webb Mrs Eddie
( i the double ring ceremony. Wedding
MADISON DEFEATS PERRY time in the history of the company
t' Bunting t Mn '" Bessie Moon,+ Mrs. music was offered by Mrs George surpassed a million manhours
Eunice R well : XT frank.. Madison Pfih Schpor$ basketball Prune and Miss Phyllis
JECybart Team pianist, worked without a lost-time accident
; Robert Barber M$* Jessie WllUams. defeated Perry'Tuesday nightin Howard soloist '
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Perry 72 to 65. Donnie :Floyd
.:- BABV OL1VER Vows were spoken before a background : The. longest record honored was
I : Mr and Mrs'* 11rim Oliver, of scored 36 points for the s'i inners, of magnolia and palms that of Daniel S Griffin who has (17"kt' 1j4 ( 'f1 I
while Danny Franklin accounted for against which stood a large basketof a safety record of 12 years with ,
:Madison, announce the birth of ,a # II
.. son, Jan 1st. The baby weighed! 27 for Per7 yr. white gladioli and mums. At the company. Others honored were ? :; & t
altar satin
the center of the was a Charles R Watson and Maxle F
8 lbs and 10H oza.COLORED Tookes, Mary Williams and baby, and lace pillow on .which the, Jones, 11 years; and DelphIneHiYnes.

"';",, PATIENTS and James Mobley. couple knelt. 5.
\ Admissions: Mary Collins, Ruby Born to Mary and Willie Lee Miss Vivian Prine, cousin of the A highlight of the meeting was

Henry Hannah McKinney, Emma Collins of Madison a baby girl, Jan bride, wal maid of honor. The the showing of a new safety movie,
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Tookes, ,Mamie: Richardson.: 14% ozs. Weaver, sister of the bride, and Followed by .a short talk by Mcilahan. DoN'T RUI- PROP TO THE HOQR ANt

; Discharges. : Talton' Sherman, Till. Born to Mamie Richardson Dec Miss Emogene maid of Singletary.The honor was. attired in to the.Increased He pointed tempo out of the that times due ROLL INTO A #U6 OR BLANKET j KElp

man Pinesett, Mamie Richardson 29th a baby boy, weighing 6 Ibs blue taffeta dress fashioned with I
a and the fast of the com-
growth IT TIGHT AROUND NECK TO PROTECT
,* and baby, Judson 'Smith, Octavious''Linda j I aadlO, 01.I fitted bodice and short pleated pany, accident prevention is more

-J skirt The bridesmaids' dresses were difficult and more important than FACE HAIR AND LUNGS
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maid of honor'sin ,. ,
: : Identical with the ever before, and he called upon
Now Linda Cqn Wear peach colored taffeta. They
the FPC employees to put forth
carried bouquets of mums. every effort in promoting safety on I
The lovely bride chose candlelight and off the Job.
; ,Pretty Yuletide Shoes satin for her formal gown.

, The! gown featured an empire waistline
,:,. with a bodice of chantilly .THE: WEATHER Sale af R. Miclder's! I Methodist Circles will meet II
lace The bateau neckline was appli- .. Monday Jan 10The Janie Paul
+ qued with seed pearls, and the ----_. ._---- i;Circle with Mrs ,Marshall Hamil 1l
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t i.* .... straight fronted skirt fell into son : Week ending Jan 5th MOVE TO GAINESVILLEMr ton; Nencie Bevan Circle with Mrs l|

4 G it //I I'F pleats which formed a short train. Max Min. Rt and Mrs W C Byrd are "mov A P Edgerly, Hadden-Morrow Circle

Her finger tip veil of illusion vas Wednesday 65 40 .00; ing to Gainesville Flaw where Mr with Mrs E P Sanders Sr and
0. attached to a satin band. Lace 54 35 .00
Thursday I CJrc with Mrs
Byrd will be manager of the new Helen Parramore e
t border flowers of were the veil applfqued She carried on the a Friday ,52 4$ .63: claims division of Hartford ACcident R C Dickinson, all at 4 pm. .
'HA 69 49 :SB;
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1'< bouquet of white mums centered and Indemnity Co to open
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with a white orchid, Sunday 69 there. They have lived in West
t f Mrs Weaver, mother of the bride. Monday 53 ,33 .00 Palm Beach for the past three The Wilna Phillips Circle will

.; .' 9Y sand wore a street length dress of dusty Tuesday 60 50 .02 years. Mr Byrd is' the son of Mr meet at 3:30 Tuesday with Mrs

'I'" rose |ace Her accessories: were ... and Mrs D C Byrd of Greenville. Bill Cave.
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Ushers were Wesley Prine cousinof Gibson Tower 2JO in Aucttla Tower t

:; the bride, .and Lamar Car 238 in. Sinclair Tower 2.55 in,
mkheaL SEE US FOR YOUR NEED
.ite ,' 1 Immediately following the ceremony Mill Creek Tower 1.70 In, Madlsou .
IVI forestry headquarters 1.91 in.
the brldepar ms enter
t Y in Rainfall for December L23 in. '
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tained with a reception .
church fellowship halL Rainfall for 1959 by months: Apples, Oranges Tangerines, Kumquats, Candies. Nuts

The bride's table covered witha Month ', Inches Tins t SOME OF OUR GOOD GA. RED SWEET POTATOES, ',

'. hand crochet table cloth, was January &HFebruary ...i
0 centered with a tiered: wedding ; 7-93 WE HAVE ANOTHER LOAD AT ;

I Ica i: then .. Linda now cake which was flanked with candelabra March ---_.-- 10.45 $2.00 PER BU, THIS WEEK < '

:, Six-year-old: : Linda, Breete treatment and study center. tied with moms. < 3-60 '
\ 4 Columbus Ohio; hat been Linda'began a series of surgical Mrs Harold Blind cut the wed April -:- WE BUT YOUR PECANS IN ANY QUANTITY ? f
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WI' rippled from birth. abe suffered operaUoM. 'treateeattwad + ding cake. Mrs Sam Sale, assistedby May -. <" :. -r. ,
:.1( IrMa. a birth. deicer. ,. a exercises t* atrenftbea the: Misses Linda Lou Leggett, Betty -,-! r 6.":: .n J. "'. 10 See:us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT-. ;;' .f
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whkfc wkm. :af muscles she Mill iwd ta her
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VEGETABLES OTHER NEEDS
AND 'if
.;r Side ere east ei WMfy 1C MMMC .ec. T aJ'.r Sapp and Ruthle Hawkins poured July. ,
; bern in.lice IMtetf ...tat>, _' jMeds eventide punch. Miss Faye Terry kept the August ....;. 3.69September LARD CANS SEEDS -
...; Wheft LiMa was oW ..... tM..1-; =i ahe Bride's Book. ., 3.68
-:"F ,walk, rtte'pouki mttbe .......! tUl.i........, At ,After the reception Mr and Mrs 8.40 SPEIGHTS CERTIFIED TOBACCO SEED.. .
't'r. > 'j'" wMito t aidop ( Meet i at the Columbus cantor ... October -- : .,
f. i..a.. !IB ... hit.4fMt aaatwsre that she may aoaa 31ee = .. Painter left on a wedding trip The November .-.. ...-----:< 'i70 DOWFUME MC-2 FOR BED TREATMENT ,
i-.; Ii".. I '...... 1t 1.II'ft tbeftL., ,t1 l TJ bride wore for traveling a teal blue Decembttf 1 1.28
.... ,WWaIa' BOt" vwr7i I what driifhts Linda ...1. II wool two piece dre* with brown : SEE US FOR SYRUP JUGS-WXMBERLY-S NEW. CANE..,|YRUPURLES&SONS
. :*y foe a little girl who was I that like other >Uttte lice and beige! accessories. Her corsage ,,
t otiMrwiM -&hfttopae', into. ; era DOW wearhe &1.63Sari' }ill"
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'.. was the orchid front her boo
real iMMtlf.OKiidhy New 1 1eioarCdBa March I Jan 8th 734 am, sets
'wttfa 'ia47aauaryj: till, it, quet. On their return they: are at uses ,
birth dcfwlc, known sjjMfcant I r: armed at three jnajor. home at 511 North Bony Street 5:47 pra. .. '
as a a slboirssa gagk .. 254 am. "
: Moon sets Jan 8th : J.I.
:. .: "', often teot a lifetime, of. crip- aDd .polio In to birth Madison. :
wt ..the o e mIn detlctsw It II eehmsWd aM Out of town wedding guests were Moon in constellation of Aries ., J
a ='s ewe. 'h r hometown, one out of every fopr Aawdfamiliet Mr and Mrs J R Ward. Mrs John Jan 8th. ',.. ,
'' i at the Columbia ChUdren's qUI te ateted by. McCalL Mr and Mrs W P Car- High tide Jan 8th at St Marks nu3-ups rI
l' HoyiKl, new Maltr M wpt- tMIt diIIorde 'I. Linda's per. # '
cialTy dMifiiHi to. iMtt. birth. MW towand' bealttyr* *MMWM! mkheal and family. Perry.: Fla. Mrs-lit** 11:30: pm. .
4efeCtI Wril Mats tCr rat ".. mt' symbeii the heldfr Ida J Farnen. grandmother of the .
.....-t et fee Mew [mv ,=. of bride Mr and 'Mrs John PrIne OBrien, Fla, Mrs: C F Mann,*Day

DiIies IMP*..l'hwU&:! ,fer ailM.s ti Mr and Mrs George .Prine. DaY, torn Beach, Fla andMr, and Mrs O ocevarssasva A t A frrves Aav as4. Pr
.j\ the werW's... ; ... ,, .... !!!!!.". Mrs<" Ralph Evans, .Ta2eweBTenw| I
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CHERRY LAKE NEWS SPEAKS ON BRAINWASHING ,

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Edward Hunter, author and :
CIVIC CLUB MEETING
world traveler, spoke at the Lions' ::3
January 12th the Cherry Lake
Club meeting Tuesday on Brainwashing
Civic Club will meet at the school
as practiced in Communist
Mrs Anna Belle Latner of California
China. He said that the technique \
Is visiting Mr and Mrs
consisted of a 'softening period .
up
Jack Johns and her sister Mrs P
and then indoctrination, and followed

21 Wiggins. hunger, fatigue. tenseness, .
School opened for regular classes
I atrocity, etc. He placed great valuein :
Monday, January 4th.
prayer and characterized our
Rev and Mrs J R Collins are
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I visiting relatives in the Carolinas
church. He had words of praise for

this week. Norman Park Junior College, by :
Mr J C Moore of Madison will
II whose president, Dr Elliott he was 1
: conduct services at the CherryHake ;

Baptist Church Sunday Jan charge introduced.of the Paul program.A Ragans. was In :

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10th. All are urged to hear : ; :
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The community extends sympathy : : .
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Burnett- & Mr Turley, president of the Moul- .. ToKeiJpWkhAll c .
Roberts: also the family
I trie LWs Club, Jimmy..Hardee. J '
Mrs Robert Prine.
be. P Johnson Griffin Bishop, Wiley Advertised Bargain
A Study Course cm Timothy Those !
r Baptist. Slrmon,. and Dr Marshall Hamil :
gan Sunday night at the D .' '
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Roffe underwent surgery -
Mrs Larry
I Williams were received .as new .. .
I at the Madison County hospital WRECK ON VALDOSTA 'J '" I
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Mr and Mrs Archie Sherritts and Frank Hammock of Ptaetta was

and daughter' Cindy, pf Demopolis, family returned home Wednesday charged with failing to yield right-

:MISSIONARY WORK IN AFRICA Ala, who have been here for a after a week's visit here with relatives. ol-way, and with driving with Invalid -
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of-U- holiday titan with Airs Jones' They were accompanied home license la connection with a

I The Role Christian African parents hMi and Mrs Otis. JIodnett, by Mrs Sherritts' mother Irs W A traffic accident Monday on the l+:

Woman was the topic of the home. Davis Valdosta highway one and our {
left Wednesday to return
missionary program .at the meetMethodist- Mrs Mr T W Bailey of Lake City half miles south of Plnetta.
Ing Monday:. of the The/* were accompanied by spent the week end here with his The accident happened when Mr
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Odom.
Hammock 1955
driving
Society at to. Fellowship a Pickup
'Women's s
Sanderson,'who will visit them fora Mr and Mrs Delbert Williamson
truck entered the
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Beatrice week.!Mr and Mn/R H Sanderson and two children of Gainesvillewere side road and crashed headon e
Griffin was
: Miss pro will go to Dernopo lis the last visiting Mr and Mrs B F Into a 1959 Ford sedan driven north

gram chairman and introduced the of this week for a visit with the Davis 'during the week end. by Mrs Inez- Smith of Lee. A

I topic with 'a story of Methodist' Joneses_ and accompany Mrs .Hod ,Misses Mary Inez and Pat Nutt Trooper KUpatrick who made the

; work In Africa. \. nett and Sandy home of Tallahassee were visiting their investigation estimated damage to -

i Mrs Sherod Owens gave a' paper, I mother, Mrs Mary Bush, during the the Ford 5250, and to the truck $50. _

on A Visit to Lodja in the Belgium Miss Barbara Naughton, returned holidays.Mr Mrs. Smith's mother, a passenger ? ; ;.
S P Odom and four "" '*"
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offered by
Congo J i Music" was to Marquette University, in the Ford. received a bruise on 7Th."Si abd ; '
Sunday. who work for Life of Ga. InsuranceCo. : ,Ecoh-O-MUer taxicab is a vehicle carefully
l "Marshall Hamilton andthe group Ii Iir where she is a Senior and will entertained 'their wives with a the head. Others escaped injury. designed front the ground up to fit the requirementsof

r sang More Love To Thee. and .Fad steak the taxi Industry Specially designed doors end
i it graduate, next month supper at Cherry Lake New I roomy;) .
I Naughton Jr went back to J G M C Year's evening. Present besides Mr Mrs Mitchell Wynn spent last .. interior permit safe, easy entrance without removing hats., .

t Mr and Mrs Cleo McClamma and after spending the holidays with and Mrs Odom were Mr and Mrs week In Palstka visiting Mr and Tho Econ-0 -Miler: for 1960 Is available with either a.)\ ,, ,
sons visited his brother S E Mc ; Paul Snow and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Mrs 3V Wynn. She was accompanied sfxqllnder; or' V-8 engine. .. .
I Clamma and family at Atlanta last their parents, Mr and Mrs F E Hudson of Monticello Mr and Mrs hone by Mr and ,Mrs Kenneth

week. <* Naughton. Richard Brown of Madison and Singletary. .,t
TV-* .. -...g.*"* '" *
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} Plnetta. -,.....( t' 'LUNCHEON. *,' r hood'7president' "presided over the

Mr W A Davis left Wednesdayof : .. meeting with more than 75 present.
I I TRfAlblWlTEHagHtemw.paiggTO last week for a visit with his Mrs Van H Priest and Mrs W B The Middle Florida Baptist Associational Rev Lorace Cothern, pastor of the
and Clark entertained with a luncheon
son daughter-in-law Mr and Brotherhood was enter-
Midway Baptist Church, brought ft
Mrs A L Davis, at St Augustine. Thursday at Mrs Priest's home tained by the Brotherhood of the
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a..t Mrs Lula Pritchard of Qyattvllle complimenting Mrs Ashley Fra- C Vernon very inspiring message.
church.
\ ... '... Is visiting Mrs T H Meeks. leigh .The fifteen guests Included First Baptist The Brotherhood voted to have

t w. ...tBt.0oMAlntyfIil1i' the college. set at home for the Ragans, president of the' local Ladies' Night at the July meeting;
J ,.. holidays. Brotherhood with an excellent

: ree.v RV' la*'ICAlt. NEW YEAR'S EVE SUPPER White camellias and mums were Committee prepared a delicious which will be held at the Cherry .

(1 tAU.">Itln+\i""'" t Dt4YgR PtM used to decorate the dining room chicken supper for the occasion. W Lake Baptist Church.
Mr and Mrs Donald C Wilson of .
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NOwf 10 1 f\N4 eNB.AIaM ., Cherry Lake entertained 20 guests luncheon was served. Hors d ouevrcs

!rom the family with a supper on and tomato cocktails were servedIn I It
Of WP P SMiIA Ail .
arc#(2 ktbURt New Year's eve at their home. the Florida Room. INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT FLORIDA

+ OfAtLE1.t W The bountiful supper was served The hostesses presented the honoree

ftJIf.IfC 01..... buffet style and the fellowship enjoyed with gifts of silver.

pt 1H5 A !1.'iH6 4ft7r with the passing of an old Mrs J J Sale Jr, mother of the ..
fHI i5T erases tltlr.6 f Ic ,
f honoree Mrs S L Brothers, of
into the
9fielO. bGlWTartdTta year new.
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GO 016 v.tt;pSTiAJ.I+IOtIi61L Mr and Mrs ,W I McCullough: Panama City. Mrs C E Russell and
Mrs J G Ashley were among the

"t4tUL. 1. spent part of last week visitingfriends guests. : ..

and relatives at Dunedin Members of the college: set present r ; 9 ; Cic

'-:- al, -- tl"" I II' Clearwater, Palm Harbor, and Included Misses Nancy Smith

\..tt.wlJtJt 1II'ftJ". .Safety Harbor. Among those visited and Cissy Wade of Agnes Scott
: Francine Milliner of FSU. Rosa
'"fl1 t't6. were Mr and Mrs G W McCullough
Mr and Mrs J N Nixon. Mr and Mabel Waring, South: Georgia College
00001ilE Hart Tomlinson of Peabody,
'. II Mrs Jack Harris and Mr and Mrs
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Barbara Naughton of Marquette

I tytttkt, tl.. G B Brown and family. University, and Gail Hamilton, of
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i NIIM&MoII, : Mr and Mrs A C Ulm and family

M had u guests Sunday December, GREENVILLE WINS EASILY a !

R tsar ,Mr and Mrs W I McCullough: ; Mr -

I .....vMM.cI !and Mrs Pete Ulm, Ray and An- Greenville High School's> basket-

w1Is.. 'IW tlNWIf/. -TMa !nelle Ubn of MIcccsukee: Mr and baIl team easily defeated Salem .

I Mrs Kenneth Wheeler Linda Marl Tuesday night 62 to 38. Roy Wn-

I 'lyn Peggy and Ken Wheeler of sey wu high scorer for Greenville __

Tbornasville, Ga; Mr'and Mrs Noah with 21 points, while Hade Drawdy _
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: ; !StanfUl, Bill Stanfffl and Mr Jack was top for Salem- with 14.

i __; Stanffil of Cairo Ga Mrs Hugh Greenville's B team also won .

''I Rushing of the University of Ga, but by a closer margin 22 to 18. .

,Athens; Mrs Ralph Roddenberry

t !and daughter Martha of Cairo, Mr Holiday guests of Mr and Mrs .!; t

M I and :Mrs Julian Ubn of Cairo Mr J L Bunting and family and Mr SAIUNGroo .

A 1M, 1L Mi I and Mrs Graham Mobley, Rebecca, and Mrs John Henry Plant Stalnaker andfamily .G" ti" iYiC'lpOd'1itF1crida.ni i md major events CD' ; '
Shelton
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,, 'Ii -- Sharon, and Don Mobley of Whig- and three were children Bad. Bill and ".. the M1am3-Naaaau Race, the Bermuda Race the St. Peters} .,
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i : 7M/f'a MK.TthI/M6MMK MI. 'e tG Georgia Southern College: States- Mrs Ragan Parish and Mr and at Miami draw tremendously wide attention Tampa. ,

boro, Ga, and Mr I and Susan Ulm Michael L Winter tournaments are held, and the interest art t s3a
G._wce awwl Ulm, Martha Lane children, Jeff .and, | r '
sr .eadhtrd to the Melbourne 1 CJuT! .
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.. 'Too' Late Ti"Classify""FOR

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SALE: Good house Cor S. After ,
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lorry & Macon Sts. Only $8,950.00.Wffl&ughby _

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:Saturday, January 9 .o,R. !
r .DOUBLE FEATURE Broadus

RAW WIND IN EDEN, In Eastman 1 .

:: color, starring Esther ,Williams REALTOR Yes, we have taken our inventory, and we find that we have
: Jeff Chandler. Raw wind Phone Office HU 3-6481
I some odd pieces of clothing, some winter coats and jackets
romance, rugged life and .death on Residence HU 3-6481. Madison
-tthe rocks of a small, inaccessible DRIVEINTHEATREMADISON MADISON, FLORIDA ?. and some odd pairs of Shoes. We don't need these, but you

"y island. .: AUCTION SALE > a; : might, so please come by, and see if we can fit you, at

: THE FASTEST GUN ALIVE, BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 "P. M. tremendous Y savings. I

.. .. -starring Glenn Ford, Jeanne""Cram Show S'arts 7:00 P.M. General farm equipment from
'lie rode Into Cross Creek with a the Preston B Bird farm at Driftoa,
,chip on his shoulder. His hands were PROGRAM three miles south of Monticello, on Sale Begins Friday Jan. 8th 9'o! lock

lightning fast but his heart was Saturday. Jan. 16th starting .at
-cold with fear. Cartoon. .Friday-Saturday, January 8, 9 10 o'clock am. .
t A PRIVATE'S AFFAIR, So 2 John Deere Tractors%" -<
JSunday-Monday, January 10, 11 Mimeo, Gary Crosby. Fertilizer Distributors;;... I 1 RACK .
A HOLE IN THE HEAD, in De- Grain Drill : : OFChildren's
Ladies Dresses
'Luxe color, starring Frank Sinatra, THE WORRIORS. technicolor, Corn Picker. .
'Edward G Robinson, Eleanor Parker. Errol Flynn.Sunday.Monday. Planter & Fertilizer=Distributor.

He hact, a hole In his bead, but January 10-11 '. 3 Farm Wagons. "-R, Jackets

.. "lie really loved his' son. A merry NEVER LOVE A STRANGER, Peanut Weeder. 9.98 Dresses NOW 7.98
comedy about life in fabulous Ml-
John Disc Harrow.J'
Barrymore, Jr.
I anal, involving some Florida characters Hammer Mill. ""VI: *' I NOW ONLY $1.00 each
lovable and Cer- ANNAPOLIS STORY Techni '' v'
otherwise Mower. .. .*
I ** 7,98 Dresses NOW 4.98 11
I loon. iTuesday.Wednesday color. 3 Corn Elevators. .

12, 13 CLOSED TUES-WED-THURS. And many other pieces of miscellaneous '
: January
SPECIAL Men & JacketsALL
THE JAYHAWKERS In vista- farm equipment. Boy's
Vision and Technicolorstarring; Wallace L Pickels, ENFA 519- 7- May be inspected prior to sale

Jeff: Chandler, Fess Parker, Nicole 90, Submarine Base, New London, at the Bird farm. 19-2t-ch :Rack Dresses 2.98 REDUCED

llaurey.\ Terror rode the night inpredvil Conn, ,arrived home Christmas Day PEANUT SALE ". .
war Kansas. A historic to spend his 10 day leave with ,,'1Y SUCH VALUES

story of vicious struggle for controlof his mother, sister and brother, Mrs As a project for the March*Of .
Kansas,One man wanted power,' Russell Pickels, Jean and Mr and Dimes Teenagers money raking LADIES COATS 12.98 FOR 8.65

L ?\ ..another revenge the woman only Airs Dorman Pickels and family of campaign they will be on the streets
: freedom, love and tenderness. Action
' t Lee, and Mr and Mrs EV Smith next Saturday selling peanuts and
,{ ,and intrigue hit the screen'.with balloons. 8.98 FOR' 5.98
' /powerful Impact CartOOn.. Jr and family of Madison Rt 1. Reduced 331-3% ,
; He left Jan 2nd for his new as- MEN WANTED

i/ ,,nTliursday-Friday, January 14, 15 signment: USS, Kitty Wake (AS ATTENTION 4.98 FOR 3.33

t 1' \.4 SHAKE HANDS WITH THE R 13)), Norfolk, Va. Lyndon sayi 29.98 Coats now 19.98 .. .
T3EVIL, starring I Cagney, Don Our Personnel Representative a
. Murray, Dana Wynter.. Romance the Navy is fine.x. wm be In this area in the near
' mingles with violence in the dra-, future to Interview a limited num- etc,
tnatic struggle for Irish Independ- Miss Gallic Coody of Jacksonville ber of men for the Electronic: Field. 19.38 Coats Now 13.32

ence. Forced to fight In a war spent the holidays here with We prefer men with no experiencein
.that wasn't his-the humane story her sister, Mrs C H Ra1ns.I the field as we have-our own 1 TABLE '

3 iCartoon.r please write address ,
name
Odd Merchandise
r I i occupation, working hours and phone all others' Reduced

COUNTY COURT' Tips Touring! number to Box 570: Madison 19ltpdMiss Fit l>n+accordingly SPECIAL VALUES


: Henry Clayton Rhodes, assault .
ycWomen's "' : Gloria Brown of Jacksonville -
-and battery, $25 .thirty days;; TroyItatfyYowCarfMWMr/+ '
or IfJt in renewing for the home SPECIAL ONLAMES'COAT'SDITS. 1
I 't- J. paper for another year \\TitesWeaU Some Sweaters 69c

i! Hiss Emogene Lamb spent the If yog aye oygt..[..>of yomai"an look forward to the day'wben
; ,Christmas through New.Year's. ,.s hasp a heewieid,ialag, )'OtIJlI..it the E-R comes to our bouse. We S
i 1tolt.1 a y''wlth' her pa*cuts, Mr and lOrap a sae....teo.Hem' : read it and mall it to other mem- X .Flannel Shirts LOO& up
Mrs Bill Lamb' Miens Lamb left seme flips JBSWJ good going I bers of the family living away '
"k 'Monday for Tallahassee where she ter yovr ever this related i from home. So you see we really Take Your Size of
, Hare it cheated ...... LIlt year, get our money's worth. Good luck out
State Comp
Is employed In the a.teray of J eo oc Mrs Aoved
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troller's office. that e j, cmt ...T .VS aeedcd ro.* Mr Wilson, and Happy New Year ,r' See Special Prices on
..... uUtesfasy1y '
Tks.mrrey HB
.....Ich S *g'ti tires.Nne toaU"x- 4"' aUttt 38 for 1498 "
Don't lit y frteiily, ----. sjeef wlBelHej* "vl.,{ ( V All Other ;Sweaters
courteous competitors do all 'flits mirror!.... AIII I1'-- J Mr and Mrs C J Brinson and REGARDLESS OP PRICE .f \ .
family of Bainbridge, Ga wereiNew
the advertising! Dial The E-R, Tease guests of Mr and Mrs Elmer .. !.. r ,

HU 3-6361, and Bay, "Gtene Fisher -. 1...'- ,, .
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.;n ad; Mrs Wflaon." -x- .y ,
The Store. !
cii4 Economy ,
Mrs H C Merryday has returned .
", from a several weeks' visit'with :

her sister. Mrs Helen Harks: in l
J MADISON FLORIDA
rt.. I- Jacksonville. -x- i_ (


Mr and Mrs Charles Noegel and'oung Don't let your friendly, -'
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.1 son of Miami art guests ofMr courteous ..
competitors do al rr ____ ..
1 and Mrs Van H Priest this the wsr
advertising Dial The E-R
'W& fS,the Me8f VAldet ESe week. ,
fen la A1b1a11y.N.reported that HU 3-6361, and say, "Gimme
Mart W of the yelIcles; Inspected an ad, Mrs Wilson."
lor BMcba&lcal fitaeas required repair 1 I Ieradjttstmeatl .

..,. -Be aunt tor lease the radiator sndthe 'Mr and Mrs Forrest s." and
rest of the cooling system cx.amiaed. |1iis'on'Tdtiflng| t |
doggish circulation caa daughter Toni! of Jacksonville and
cause the motor to overheat,wastinrantifreeze. : | BBMB/Coro/fx7n.MM.MMJYfomiftTrenl Mrs Ann Lasseter and Mrs Archie
.Have the radiator drained
and flashed before new antHreesais ,Aotkwtythrbtmes Colvin and two children of Valdosta = ,.
ti put in. J t were guests of their mother

.. ...... -- How's the generator The fabric belt Gift fw Des and grandmother Mrs J T Killings
belt
should be tight, the
10. On this marble slab, now bt I fresh, and the generator brushes ia Women who do ChrJstmis'sic worth, last week.
She*Church of the Holy Sepel- rood shape. Unless the generator j nr can ret ideas for the motorists : -x- I
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.JAre, the body of Christ was does its job, night driving and the co A thdr: I&tr from these for items: The Department of Conservation I-
map measure computing
takes from use of heater and defroster can exhaust .
It
when was
rid the battery. exact distances between towns so W111 present a program at the
J ;tiMtfOfifiS. It was to this spot that matter how winding the road 1 cot
Keep the battery foIL In winter, Woman's dub coffee at 10 a m
t to release the ron the wheel
tbejAnsTtl came it works extra hard.Have the water i .little over the root
;;: Master from the bonds of death. checked every two weeks,at least. 4 I ; selected and the mileage is colder next Thursday.IN
If your car has water Jets for ; Utedantomatically. '
cleaning the'windshield make aura
THE cmcurr COURT, 3rd
and full the supply contains an alcohol
Christ's life was bard water JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF
1 it might freeze. FLORIDA.
but it served to solution.Otherwise
-'oft coffering Finally, have the heater and defroster IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY. ,
to falter, moremeaningful
'light the way will
ch ckecL Any Shell dealer IN CHANCERY.T .
existence for mani -
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"richer life after be clad to make sure your car is E Gilbreath, Plaintiff. .
to
kind and a ready for winter. ---
tBeath. It is uiMkrstaaiaBle>> that .vs.
:the inhabitants of Jordan,where GOODYEAR TIRES Alice English GToreath: : Defendant

,,. lure these a wonders humble took.pride place that,these nur- JIM'S BAY STATION r.4fJ : Alice DIVORCETO English Gllbreath

Vuiages and hills witnessed,, the Jr. whose! residence and address are
marvelous works of the Christ. MADISON 4
U. S. 90 EAST. unknown.
You are hereby notified that a iff we could say a prayer with pictures... : I
a DID of Complaint for Divorce has '"
'..A travel iron In a leather case. been filed against you. and you are .
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For m bit more add a compact required to serve a copy of your no words could: say our prayer as well as the small

laundry kit containing folding Answer or Pleading to the Bill of face of two-year-old Mary Beth Pyron. i I

)container anger*, clothes for soap pins 11ab.s.I and. a plastic complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney : This lovely child -shown here with her mother- l

rI ;. Travel slippers that fold into minatcMnr R E Cowart whose addressis ,'*was born with a crippling defect of the spine.Slje is;one.
Y t case.Great for motel stops, Madison Florida and file. the '. I: '.of the 250,000 American babies born each year wiujon&i .t 'I

they'll also be most welcome wmla original answer or Pleading. the r : :: enital malformations.Think of it!'-one out of every\let:,
; office of the Clerk of the Circuit $; '
American: babies! ,
ct A flaahlig&t with metal bracket-
t cn its head that holds 4 different Court in and for Madison County. JHCf I
the 9th of } :bThrthe Much o! Dimes you helped science= I
screwdrivers. This is great for any Florida on or before day .
e t ; !small emergency repairs at night or February A. D. 1960. If you fail Bud.....tile. way to stop crippling By.polio. JI*"* !
,.. in dark corners of the car.The light to do so. Decree Pro Conf esso will /' Now-the NEW Marcb5of Dimes wffl! eljKpnce
4 throw s beam on whatever you'refixing. '
be entered against you for the relief find the way to stop crippaog birth defects-the<< tragedy \I,
: I An fmmera1mr beater that 1a demanded In the Bill of ,Complaint no one has wanted to}See t .
into the dgarette lighter THe Enterprise-Recorder is hereby "
Great for instant coffee,tea. warming the in By giving to the NEW March of Dimesjou eralielpsave
designated as newspaper
.'.I u'y canned soup or the baby's bottle America's children from birth defects, Just as they
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\$ which said order shall be published 1
1 1t -i.D while enroate. are being saved today from crippling by polio. |
r I A travel lode for motel doors once a week for four consecutive: .. r .
and/or drawers. It comes ia two weeks. r
parts,can be adapted for almost any Witness my hand and official u _
situation to protect valuables. sea! this 6th daY'of January. A. D. 1
A coffee maker that plugs intdthetiter 1i
I receptade. This is for folks (SEAL) -. ..- ,. i O E
"Vbo are tired of instant coffee. DALE n LESLIE, Clerk. CIrcuit j. 1F : "Tprl .D
2. 'The: Grotto of the.'Nativity, S4n the Church of the Nativity, 4 Finally,how about a springwoundrazor Court.* .' y ,
darks the stable fcefctei'ibe' Inn In which there was no room. ,for sprucing: : up in the ear or" I
The fourteen-polnte star en Ute'Soor marks the manger In which fat the motel? It looks and performs.. )[1. .

.-Holy-Infant was jkc tIt11, swaddlinc' .clones.. (,Jordan... ,,:".) I?;;l Ifceja jlectric-rascr,, 'J 9.( "
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.' -Jtl-Tiot a registered pharmacist.of sell ,.;1 rtYnY"' 1ttf\1: Y'1 n JJ ... WE
both make allying out
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:is interested in the money and .:. "i' "X-. -,' ;;: 1 : ; (.\ .. 1"J..ia I .
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) ity's health. The :

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has stiff examination to pass a r;; .} I t.} .. ';"jt .'" '\ '.". '
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pharmacist spent years studying it. '" .i 'A; 1C >> '. _, ____, '._
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preacher is not,as a rule,a church r>' ; .. ( '

g man. They both are religious professionals ." T .', ",, ,
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by the Gospel" as Paul put It. But J' .. ". 'I

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chiefly interested in the money in the; the people churchman of f! '-, !to :; JfA ,{ '. : k ', \'-\ :: .. .. I J"N I"

the church. The churchman a / > : .. ( "
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: The 'fly-by-nlghter is irresponsible ;-.. ., :1".1 r f AI: .. '1-\." '-\ : ..<) .

; the churchman has been ., '. ..:;* L;;l ,: r.. t j.r-.... .to: I.io<. ., '

stiffly examined, and has spent ', '. "-
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t-'f'1JtIecessfUl"evangelist*' whb'eTer 1 .. ". '" ,
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lived. But he never thought his '
duty was done when he had simply :';

preached somewhere. Saint Paul THE CHURCH FOR ALL -

was a traveling preacher, but no ALL FOR THE CHURCH. Most of us take hymns for' granted-until the 'eager
fly-by-nlghter. He, had a sep* of 4
Tire Church is the factor earth for'
greatest
responsibility for the Christians "t( on : And .
whom he had converted: He knew tit o building o) character and good atirauh'p. then have the (
we to grope fpr right answer 1
that just getting people convertedand It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a f.: ,
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Is like then a doing doctor no more who about would them specialize strong' Church neither democracy nor civilization It isn't that God prefers singing to other kinds.of worm,

in delivering babies but -, can survive. There are four sound reasons why ship. We know He concerned with sincerity, not melody.

would not care what ,they ate, every person should attend services regularly and I:1 .':

drank*,baby or,wot is*a. after sickly that.baby'A, and negated a support the Church. They are (1) For his And we don't 'sing SImply because. .we, are happy., In;

neglected; Christian ifl a. sickly I < own sake. (2) For his children's sale (3) For trouble and sorrow_we' have. turned to .a favorite hymn,.for- .
Christian.The' beat place for babies the sake of I his community and nation. (4) For '. f.
strength. '
is in a good home; and the best .. .. . r the sake of the Church itself, hkh needs his .,* ,

place with: other for growing growing' Christians Christians to, moral and material support. Plan to go to. Nor do we' sing in Church merely because we like.,tasing. '.

namely in a church. Strong '. : ; church regularly ttd read your Bible daily. That would seem self-centered sort of worship... '
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churches make strong Christians. : Day Book Chapter Verses -, .

What MntC A WWTMI. !Meat!. [- Sunday P Gal Yes 100 1-5 We sing because sacred music has beauty, feelinrev.;. _

Paul knew all this, Indeed, we Monday Joshua 24 14 It is faith in
; erence. a fitting expression of our God. And: _
0 may ay.tha.l this method of work'demonstrated .
that this is true.He :' Tuesday Wednesday Psalm Psalms .34.86 14.9-11 we sing because the message: of a hymn reaches the'soul '

knew him If he'the left Christians weak churches would also behind .; ', Thursday EpheSians s 19-20 of the singer and...Jthe-heartjof.his >neighbor' as_well__as,:..th.e,

be weak Friday Colossians[ 3 15-16 WIt; thrpneofGodv '

The recipe'for a strong church 1 Saturday Revelation 7 9-10 ., .
baa not changed since P .U1'. Um .'; .', > b ''

Three foundation-stones for astrong '.- :'::. .. :,, : 'r.I
church are mentioned. in ... ..... :0.,''1' S... f" !?' ..t .,< .iii.
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preaching. Paul had preached In v, 'Cii7P1iU. tlW;hui/tn iiiikt'Si"n-V-. '.: I .
these churches before; they had '. .
heard the gospel. But they needed 7t --
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further help. ," ,
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talk? Certainly if the talk to .

right. If the preaching in a church ;.', ',....-:w"Sc .0':,. '",1. ,, .... .' '

to faithful to the Word of God, and r .. -
if the preacher to trained to preach,
instead of being a fuzzy-minded These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week Sponsored by the Following Individuals andEstablishments

Christian who likes to talk the .. '
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OrginlzftH and WenMp .MADISON DRUG STORE' r BUDDY SMiHARDWARE' WESTERN AUTO STORE .'
Another foundation for a strong DUNN FURNITURE 'CO.

church to organized leadership. A The RexaU Store J. J. Sale. Jr., Owner : ':' w p
church to not a mere collection of !' I. ..f
Christians, a religious mass-meet 1\ ;.',**, Phone" .HU- 3-230Q. Madison Fla. K.dt F1orlda.l' Pbone HU: 3-23SS1 .Madison Fla. MADISON. FLA. \ ... .
ing. ,It to, or should be, a power la .. : '.1 Mt .' Phone HtJ 3-2340 '
Its responsibilitiesto :
its community. ;
its members and through its ; > .. j.. ,> ...'" .
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Pan preached and organlsed/but -f BATTEItY i a TIRE. .'CO--t' ''...''''' ,. AGENCY -- -,t. iCadisoa. Florida 1 "; r
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\ ; : oRDER.-KADISON. FLORIDA: FRIDAY. JANUARY 8th. I9OJ '
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;}:; ;. in with his candidacy, not* sc' ins, and other truck crops. The!Tap' Chairmen

much in the press as by word t seafood industry in the county

'. The" fSl Ntm1is1-IOIDI of mouth, though we da not t; v.-us fifth in the state in 1956, Appointed .' eoCARDOFTIIANKS
think it will be so great a fac. and there are many fine:
AlarV 11II fiI1GA011A1.MBKMIWMi NIl MKTtMt CWTBI 0 MBia MOM*
''.'- ', : MADISON. FLORIDA tor as it was in Al Smith'srace ranches stocked with purebred -

::: iI Telephone HU 3-6361 I 111 S. 1:, SHELBY ST. thirty-two years ago. And! cattle. One of the last large Kathryn Morrow of Madison a

:, Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance while it does not belong in I stands of cypress in the United senior at Madison High School will
1 Renewals $4.00 Per Year head the Teen Age Program (Tap)
Delayed
the campaign, it is quite possible States is located in the county of Madison County's New Marchof

,' Advertising Rates Made Known on Application that the position of Senator:. and the county's Umber represents Dimes for 1960 it was announced

r Entered at the Madison Post Office as iecond-clast matter Jun Kennedy's church on the questIon one of its most valuable today by Mrs Charles

Yr:' 25. 1908 under Act of March 8. 1279ay of population and reproduction resources. Collier county was Knox campaign director.her'
i Directly assisting will be
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,. which we consider,, created in 1923 from Lee
ay,: OWNERS: T. C. .MERCHANT, T. C. ,,MERCHANT, m.l county Johnny Plant Gayle Jones and -
AND ASSOCIATES scripturally: and biologically, the: and was named for.the late John Mercer,. Mrs Charles Stout is We would like ta thank our

:" correct one, will, when the Barron CoDier. Originally Indian adult adviser for the teen-age, pro friends and neighbors for their '

;( ,MADISON 'RECORDER, ESTABLISHED '1865 weather gets warm and the territory, it was in Collier gram'' and invites all teen-agers to wonderful kindnesses and devotion

i 1. ANEW ENTERPRISE: ESTABLISHED 1901 issues become hot, be thrust county that the Indians made Join In the fight for the new marchof given at the time of our recent !

'CQNSOLmA'J: D, JUNE 25, 1908 into the campaign. If one is their last stand in Florida. A Dimes.As bereavement
I f TAP Chairmen they will lead Sylvia Von Tilley Prine 1"
I A T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and Publisher interested in pursuing this Seminole Indian reservation is Madison's young pecole in a fundraising And Family.

: T. C. MERCHANT, JR. :Managing Editor question further, he might read maintained in the eastern part drive to support the National -

I x MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor the article by Edith Johnson in of the county and "mound defects Foundation's attack on birth Lt Comdr Mary Coody left Thurs "'

r MRS. W -E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. :Monday's Jacksonville Times- builders who inhabited the section major cripplers.arthritis and polio, three day for Memphis, Tenn where she

I Union. She says that,Red China before the dawn of history has been transferred to the Naval x

again. For this rektoring of envisions a population of 800 left many shell and earth Air Base, after two years on a
Back To Work And service ship in MedUerannean and
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what was a dead loss the state million ten years hence and mounds. Next week, Columbia New ResidentsMr Caribbean waters. Her mother,. Mrs

:: To Fuss grabbed off quite a number of the implications in that stn County.. T C Goody, accompanied her as far I

I dollars in sales tax, and, to, ment coincfde with what thER e and Mrs T W Stokes and as Atlanta.

The holidays are all over, the compound the misery, the rent editor wrote home from two children of Tallahassee are new

football bowl games have been ers, who caused the fire, unintentionally Russia last summer, seeing the Rehearsal SupperMr residents here. Mr Stokes Is manager Slight Charge :

'{ played '(and, as we predicted a it is true, beat great number of wide-awake and Mn Albert R Williams of Wells Furniture Co. Theyare !

;M few weeks ago, the Jacksonville us out of the last month's rent. Orientals there, that the Ori entertained the Kellum-Clark wed- West residing Range in St.the Ward home on A slight charge-is made for I
dink :
game was one of the best. Other people who have rented ent would take a greater and party at their home Saturday ALL ENTERTAINMENT

If that Georgia Tech player 'houses probably understand this greater part 'in world affairsin First evening Baptist before rehearsal at the .S NOTICES j
Church with a buffet Mr and Mrs R H >Brazelton of \
I had managed to hold on to procedure. Well, the sales lax the future.Great supper a three course menu Scottsboro. Ala were holiday guestsof I (regardless of sponsor) ,
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that long pass that touched Ijis calls for a cent or two here or was served. The rooms were their son-in-law and daughter 9 ALL NOTICES PROJECTS OF MONEYRAISING '

fingers in the last minute of a nickel there, frequently a prettily decorated with poinsettias Mr and Mrs Harold Gross and chil (regardless of sponsor) t
Feat dren. Mr and Mrs Gross and Mr \\1
StraddIittg and camellia Mr
Tech might have small that people do not and Mrs Roy ALL
i the game figure Walnwright, Mrs and Mrs Brazelton toured St Augustine 0 NOTICES IN ADVANCE I"
snatched victory out of de- consider enough to grumble Besides Senator Kennedy,Senator and lira Sam Lamb Kenneth Burnett and points on the East ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY
assisted with KIND
feat), the town lights are about, but sometimes it runs Humphrey of Minnesota is, hospitalities. Coast during the holidays.x (regardless of organization) (,
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down, and so it is time for all into larger amounts. We had to already in the race,although' he, Out-of town guests Included the Donald Redd of Lake City spent Prices are reasonable. Rising production i

of us. who are going to do so buy fifteen dollars of repair will not do much in this part bridegroom's parents Mr and Mrs the Christmas holidays here with costs force us to omit ALL .;

to get back to work. And, sinceit material the other day, so the of the country. Senator Johnson -' J B Clark.'and his brother and his grandmother, Mrs Robert FREE ADVERTISING. J
sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs Walter Pickles of Rt. 1, Madison. THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER |il
is income tax paying time state gets forty-five cents additional of Texas is considered a Clark all
of Tallahassee.Mr .
again and the government began from that transaction. potential candidate, and perhaps

last Friday to take an the likeliest of those and Mn William Tomlinson! 'n '
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additional bite out of us for mentioned to win Southern and two children, Don and Ann of : 11PiflJ4 tb .
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social security, maybe it is time Make Up Tie DifferenceWe support. The Merry Go Round Tallahassee; spent New Year's holl lift. .l

to fuss about the high taxes Understand that it takes threw a body hook into him, days here with Mr and.Mrs W T t mas
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Hofflngsworth lfrtS
and Mrs C D Tom- i..JI '
that dog 115 and, with so much '
money to run a government be Monday. Senator Symington of llnson. I ir. t

of it wastejL We say this good- it city. state. federal I, or what Missouri, has frequently been: ... .. t.>' : Qnbiults Iau ; .

naturedly, but we say it\ truly." And -we certainly know that mentioned and twicedefeatedAdlai SAYS REA WILLING. TO'JHELPP.ROV1DE 'rAIf ? Z) 1r 'I-i'. )
.Stevenson must not be ; :
there are benefits from government TELEPHONE. SERVICE ,

-many of them; we must counted. out yet. Any candidate t1 --
An Exception for President the Democratic Dear Mr Merchant, : ag4goibAQf'te
not lose sight of that fact. At on : 1
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And when we speak of the the same time we want that side, in order to get both rm sorry to I failed to .get thii information ;$

high taxes, we do not mean to money ,spent carefully, and we North and South, however, is the Christmas you rush before kept me now pretty but fXlIM! ;; 1 :

include the City of Madison ad were not happy to read in the going to have to do, or at least busy and I neglected to do It. I "

.valorem tax, statements of daily papers the other day that I attempt, a great feat of straddling The Telephone Committee of the : '. P-L f: '

'whfch; property owners received Governor Collins and Attorney- and(pussyfooting. ..,.. Madison County Farm Bureau, .rJ r-.
other and General Ervin in Jackson- *"-" composed of myself, R E Cowart '
the day, were
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:which, by the way, must be ville to see about getting a A Shoo-In and Christmas Kelly and Bailey had with met us Mr before M ;: :? \!

paid this month in order to get lawyer to defend the recentlyfederallyindicted A Abrams Field Representative- -of- :: ,... \
On the If I
Republican side Vice-
;the 4% discount. We must try prison guards I REA who Is the person who approves -
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President Nixon Y all ofd t11'& 1 tot of I
to be fair, so we must say that and were figuring on an. at- whether one loans for REA financed Christmas It I'
money on shopping next yen
the amount of this tax seems torney's fee of about, $25,000.In likes it or not, appears a shoo- Telephone systems In this area. buy all year your,progressive stores and service stations .
I n. Governor Rockefeller We can now say with assurance I
very reasonable. However, this the first place, we do not waslladvised that REA Is willing and able to that feature low prices and give extra values
admission is not invitationto that it is the when he said he ia S&K Green.
an sec taxpayers'business offer financial assistance to Southeastern Stamps. I

them to raise it next time. to, defend the guards; would not take a Vice-president Telephone Company or any ; i With your filled books of stamps,you can get

The City of course, has other and in the second place, granting nomination and we think Senaor other company who is willing to a ? nH kinds -of beautiful and useful gifts for,your I I

sources of revenue. including that it is the taxpayers' ( Kennedy made a mistake provide telephone service to all the 1 family and friends,at S&H Green Stamp redemption

the water rate, which they business to do so, we feel quite when he said he would not people In Madison County who-, centers.. Or if you live more than 20 miles
have Vice-president It would want the service. We also find that from an S&H Green Stamp redemption center,
raised recently, and the'utility'taxr sure that there are enoughmen there Is no difference In rates '
have been enough for him to you rcdecmpourstamps by mail.
which they also increasedon already in the established Under this program regardless of I
several of us. Some of the state legal department that say that he was not runningfor the distance a person lives from So, start saving&&K GREEN STAMPS ,

utility tax, however, must be ore .of them could be assignedto anything but President'inettaBorn the central exchange.: We? found now for your 1960 Christmas ,gifts.You'll I
that be dollars ahead when do! I
comparable rates in nefghbor- you
paid back on what the tele- the guards' defense at prac-

phone company overcharged us 'tically no extra'expense to the [ Candidate is Ing about counties$4.40 for 8 month party service \
per includingtax
:fir several months. We do I state. Also the other day theState with an Installation of FLORIDA jD IVISI O NTh I
charge
In
J our own state a Pinetta- I Sp ray and Hutchinson Company
mean to include the government Cabinet "reluctantly" $3.00.
born boy now living in SouthFlorida
income tax, should starton ,agreed to pay one of the officials We have been assured of the.
Which. Central: hAh. mm...... r, of...
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Abramsand
a person less tharia at U of F a salary much
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for Commissioner of Agricul- of Mr Foreman the Acting Ad. ':
thousand dollars per exemptionand higher than that cohtemplated
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tune His name is Buster Hancock minlstrator Washington..
at not more than ten per by; the Legislature because To this
end
we haVe
written a
] and indications are that
cent in the lowest bracket.'.. And President Reitz or someone else he will make a good race. letter to the President of South. W.l GIrG '
We do mean to include at least over there had told him the eastern Telephone Company in
certain of the' sales i Lincoln. Nebraska, asking him to -
phases state salary would be that. Whether
LING SING IS ONE PEN !
fix -cteJ. jf1,L.J., willingly or reluctantly done, First Discovery Of Oil his present Board this of offer Directors of assistance at the earliest to- GUARAHTEE.tOrTH LIFETIME Here. ycu are, folk]! ;,. "

however, it is the taxpayerswho convenience and to One 'of the I
give
.. In State us a neatest,
are making up the differ- definite answer as to whether hij .
Taxed If Yw Work'Or : ence. ", Collier county is one of the company is willing to accept this completest l lines .of I
assistance and begin negotiations
: Buy t :southernmost Florida counties with REA for the purpose of es Auto Parts in theiLLkw.
&miiINEITiSi.d end the second largest in'area tablishing rural telephone service \ ,
A few years ago we added in the state. Its population is to Madison County. country is ,in our store.t

io our newspaper force a fine, Well, with that out of our a little less than Madison f might add that we would like

gentleman who was deaf and system 'now, let's 1'0.to the CCl ntTa, but its area is three to have each person in Madison t Have your repairman

dumb. This mai\ had no family, biggest' political event of the times as great and its assessed county who wants a telephone to in and
address a post card to the Telephone i. seer he'llagree.
therefore only one exemption,; week, which is Senator Ken valuation more than twice as Committee Madison County

and the government \look from nedy's formal announcement asa much as Madison's. It was the Farm Bureau Madison Florida .

this handicapped man nearly candidate for the Democratic scene of the first discovery of and give the following Information;

five dollars a week and thego'enunent nomination for President. This oil in Florida and there are Their name and mailing address

and the state together was, no news, it is true, for several flowing wells In the the approximate: distance! 'from :

took from us ,nearly Kennedy has been running for county. Lumber, truck farm- Madison to their home and on what I
road they live or in what com
two dollars a week more.;for months s but the announcement fug, commercial fishing, ranch- munity.As .
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giving him a job. A few years I did pinpoint his candidacy. He ing, tourists, and oil are im- soon as we bear from thehead AUTO PARTS I Inc. j
ago the.writer suffered from a f is considered the front runner portant industries. A third of office or Southeastern and ,

a fire at 'one of his nmong the Democrats, thoughhe the county's acreage is de- get their decision the Committee Auto, Truck and farm,Tractor Parts I
will meet again and further', MACHINE $HOP SERVICfPiCKNgYST
small houses and it cost a is far from a .convention .ro ted to farm landsand. : tomatoes news.concerning this problem.SlnretelY. haves ..'* MADISON_HA, PridnHtf3: 222!
good littlebit to build'the house majority, at 'present Senator cucumbers, squash, .
: LIVE OAK FLA., PH. FO 2.2329; QUIT IAN, GJU PlL I
back.,. so ;it '.could. be lived in.,Kennedy's- religion will:a. 'be. mixed-- ',beans, potatoes, peppersf; mel- .* Bob i- l 4401. .1

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STOP BY KELLY'S I 7oto

PHOTOS FOR CANDIDATES Miss Carol Alice Vann. daughterof
FOR MENS & LADIES
AIr and Mrs Tea-Shower
Russell Franklin CiBlefi66
Whether you're running for dogcatcher -
Vann Jr of Melbourne, became
constable or Governor, :
you'll need plenty of photographs Watches $19.95$26.95KELLY the bride of William Harley Ford Compliments Bride .
of yourself. of Orlando In a ceremony, 3 p.

You'll find the, famous E-R NO- m. Sunday Dec. :27 in the First Mr and Mrs J L Christmas had J
Methodist
1 FHOOL PHOTOS perfect for every WATCH REPAIR ceremony Church was performed Melbourne.by The the Mrs Ashley Fraleigh was complimented as holiday guests Mrs W W Huffman

occasion. ., Rev 0 V Hitchcock. with a charming tea- and Miss Ruby Horton. of

ORDINARY MUG SHOTS $200CANDIDATE'S The bridegroom is the son of Mrs shower Wednesday given by three acksonville.
SPECIAL'- hostesses at the country home of
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teeeeewsecwseeeeCURED Everrett M KImberlin of Orlando
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.: Mrs Leila M Gibson Hostesses with P'
PHOTOS $3.00 and Mr Wm H Ford of Arcadia. Mrs W Knight was a visitor I It
I (This $3.00-deal makes you look The bride's grandparent were Mrs Gibson were Mrs Joe McCain here this week with Mrs H D Oxford *
ten years younger, brings out your 1 the late Mr and Mrs Russell F and Mrs S L Brothers. About one t enroute to Americus Ga froma
human warmth and affection for all Vnn Sr of Madison She is a hundred guests called. during the two-weeks trip to New York.
voters before the election and graduate of Melbourne High School hours. ,
hints at a trace of statesmanship. and Is -attcndlnc Florida StateUniversity Arrangements .of white -eladioli. Jumbo Hamburgers 30c __.
It costs slightly more than the mums. and pink and white camellias
where he Is a pledge of Choicest of Steaks' and Sea
12.00'package, ;but well "worth If).* 4 Alpha Zi Delta. The bridegroomwill were used to decorate the
Foods at WHITE TOP
rooms and to center the tea table
Remember Candidates,
in the graduate in June 1960 from
1960 election, put your BEST FACE. OF CANCER Florku State University, where he at either end of which were tea r DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53,
;' ,;l FORWARD with a famous. E-R i Is treasurer of Apha Tau Omega services with Mrs A E Fraleigh south of Madison. 3- t-cli
Mrs J G Ashley. Mrs V M Folsom.
KO-PHOOL FOTO. fraternity. They are home
at at
1516 Mrs VV T Davis Mrs Jack Wade Miss Mary Jewel Touchton returned -
;: Mahan Drive Tallahassee
Dial HU 3-6361, THE ENTERPRISERECORDER -
Mrs Ben S Waring and Mrs Van
.' since 1865, w The bride wa given in marriage II Priest pouring. Assisting the Sunday to. resume her
and say, "GIMME A CANDIDATE'S by her father and had as her studies at High Point College afters
hostesses Mrs
were A P Edgerly,
:.SPECIAL FOTO I WANT TO WIN / 4::; only attendant her sister-in-law, Mrs LaMoyne Hancock Mrs C E: spending the holidays here.x .,
THE ELECTION"Sale Mrs Russell F Vann III of Fort
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Stewart Fulton. Mrs J 0 Wade and Mrs Pat
Ga. She wore a straight Mlllinor. Chicken salad in timbals. Miss Miriam Acosta left Monday,
BRED CANCEl line figured silk
I of amber and
QF bronze with Herno"ers cheese squares, small cakes nuts and to resume her studies at Andrew
copper roses.
mints were served. College CuthberJ, Ga., after spend
I were cembidyum orchids, The honoree received many lovely Ing the holidays here. ,
and her beadress was a black bow
gifts. Her gifts from the hostesses
at R. Hickk's! SCHWINN BICYCLES with face YelL were crystal and flat silver in Don't let your friendly,
The bride wore R K I
an original
courteous do all
Franchised Dealers &: Service her pattern and a silver tray. competitors
r sheath of ivory brocade satin with ... .
CO. the advertising! Dial The E-R "- '
HOWERTON SUPPLY ,
FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRIGGSSTRATTON ______________________________ aIi with matching rhinestone bolero buttons.jacket Her fastened hat Mrs JV Loper has as 'guests HU 3-6361, and say, "Gimme
MOTORS Mr and Mrs Charles Knox and was of ivory moire silk and during the holidays her daughterand "
CURED OF CANCERThere sequins an ad, Mrs Wilson.
10 per cent Down Payment three daughters were visitors in I With HlCrt V.' fl. Sh... nrrl...wl a .erill'.... ..:, granddaughter Mrs Charles :
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purse
are a million of ]I white orchid and a Brussclls lace' ronvllle.them home Mrs Sunday Loper for accompanied a visit. Sale at R. Mickler's!
them! Untold numbers of I handkcrch'ef tvh.ch belonged to her I II
Dont! JIM TONEY HOMES these patcrsal grandmother. I
$1095and men and women actually I
Settle for Less See our Model Home The bridegroom's best
Than a Jim Toney Waldo, Fla. \ 12 Wes. owe their lives to man was ., ,
J James Bentley of Orlando. ?.,;,; t '''io1i,
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We Finance for South of Starke on information they obtained The bride's father and mother ,.. '
10 Years. U. S. Route 301 up ,from the American Cancer entertained with a reception In the (? .

Society. church parlors. The bride's table If""
SEE US No Meaey Down was covered with an imported embroidered 44: ; I "
t Fighting cancer is our bus linen and lace cloth, and
AA'; N. Charge Per Travel iness.We have all kinds oft was centered with the bride's cake. .
4\w\ 'fl
Mr and Mrs Ford their ,.
ARYWHre in Ffcu 'ammunition; : posters; exhibits spent % ;
honeymoon on the Florida East
; film strips;casy-to-- Coast. "
Qf a/f 1 ,SaMe Lew Price understand folders; hard; I \ .

hitting, dramatic films.They're .
We use 2x8 for We will furnish materialfloor Cuban Minister Speak:
framing not for you to build. \ free for use in your

2 x 6',. We use 2 x 6', We do repair work and office, your club, at your At MeMst Church I f'
for ceiling framing finish houses that have PTAmeeting'OUrchutthsocials .
not 2 x 4's been started.
,your community
\ Per Jw r6rrile center. They're all de Miss Marie Olmo, a native of ,
See Jaa :
Dft&dy TeaeyBbck _
a
'.>7; ,. ;. .... I Madrid, Spain, now In charge of
signed to alert
you, your three Methodist Circuits and 'lush .

', '. ; ; ...,!;" r lamify and your friend to schools In Cuba spoke at ;I the .0
MODEL HOME AND OFFICE AT WALDO 12 MILES fact about cancer which Methodist church here Sunday nightof .

SOUTH OF STARKE ON U. S. ROUTE SOL'CALL, WRITE {'can mean the difference'between her work. J. Wfeea was tie last time .' ..
.Miss Dime, who Is on a month'sfurlough y.
PR COME SEE TONEY BEFORE YOU BUY ANY HOME. life and death. Is 4 J ", :, "
the of the Rev
guest
.YOUR,GOOD AT BUSINESS JIM TONEYS.APPRECIATED. YOUR CREDIT IS :Call- or write the Unit of and Mrs Gardner at Hontlcello. 5 checked yoir ,property ?Ils.rl.C.?,f .

OPEN FROM: 8:00 A. M. UNTIL 8:00 p. M; :itbe' American Cancer Society BUY JOHNSON HOME Does your policy cover the present value-your, '
nearest It'swith
you. .
GALL COLLECT stocked ammunition Mrs T C oody.-. and daughter home? Don't take a chance ::. make sure you. ": ,

IRUCE EBWAW m TONEY HOMES r that could save your lifer Miss Mary CCoody have purchased havetheprotectlonYou need. Call us now for a.: ,
the J P Johnson home on South ,
ire 0. Belt 127* P. qtt Best 3fI Shelby St. Mr and Mrs Johnson ,, '. Complete.. Pc Insurance checkup.MORROW .,+, ,t.., ", :
and family will occupy the home II
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If you are Rich, if you are poor ..- Rev Mr :
McDougal new pastor of 'auoqdap.L '
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a : Tea mother of the bridegroom, and his FAMILY CHRISTMAS PARTY ......

,t Look for WaiterClearance 'I 1 :Cwnplnents sister, Miss Betty Fraleigh. Mrs A H Bemphlll had as guests ,,<
Greeting guests at the door were at a family reunion for the holidays i
Recent Bride Mrs W Turner Davis and Mrs Leila and Christmas dinner, Mr .'
Sale atEAGLE'S M Gibson and assisting in enter Hemphill of Bay Pines Fla., Mr
twining were Mrs A H Armstrong and Mrs O'N'eil McCullough and
Mrs J A Bentley, Mrs Joe McCain service that ;
three sons of Atlanta, 1\11' and Mrs
Mrs J J Sale Jr's home in Lakeside and Mrs R 0 Lane.
R F McCullough and sons Donald
was the setting Tuesday afternoon Seated at thetea table pouring and Terry, of Cherry Lake, Mr j: insures the X.-
s s"'s"'"
for a charming tea complimenting and serving sandwich Joafere
Archie McCullough of Jacksonville
:Mrs G A Sessions of Wabassp, her daughter, Mrs Ashley Mrs J G Ashley Mrs S L Brothers, and Mr" and Mrs James Bowers I best reception
Fraleigh a bride of ..September.The Mrs Van H Priest .
In renewing for the home paper, and Mrs Ben S Mist Lucille McCullough and Miss ,
Writes, We enjoy it very much as rooms were decorated with Waring. Serving In the dining room Eva McCullough of Madison. The
we used to live there and we enjoy pink and white gladioli mums, were Missses Linda Brothers, Martha entire family with the exception of Prompt T-V Repair Service '

It even more to hear about our camellias and narcissi. The tea Ann Waring, Brenda Baker and one son, Ernest McCullough, and ,-
old friends. table was covered with a handsomecut Sheryl Williams. One hundred :
and
family of Harrisburg, Pa,. werepresent .
work linen cloth and
was
fifty guests caned
-x- I centered with an arrangement of New & Used T-Y Sets '

Mr and Mrs O'Neil McCullough ,white gladioli and mums, and a Mr A H Hemphill returned to .,
left Monday for Columbus, Ga fora similar arrangement was used on Bay Pines Saturday, after spending G-E Appliances
visit with Mrs McCullough's the buffet Christmas here with Mrs Hemphilland LOW DOWN PAYMENTBANK FINANCING

family. Mrs :McCullough wild re- Receiving with Mrs Sale and Mrs family. Mr James Bowers' ac- Howerton Supply Co.
ceive hospitalization 'while there. Fraleigh were Mrs T L Fraleigh,! companied him. ; THE MUSIC BOX .


Phone: 6601 Quitman, Ga.

ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS

CONSTRUCTIONNew
Florida Statutes
LV THE COURT OF THE COUNTY and Remodeling

JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY Howerton Supply Co.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.In .
FURNITURE re: Estate of Virginia A. Algeo.
:).,1 .' Deceased.TO .
.. ALL CREDITORS AND PER- When buying
S yourNewsboys
'q .. SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE-
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MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: '
E-R from
.. You and each of you are hereby .
4 ... .. ; "i. ..: notified and required to present any Please DO NOT park in the

... .Cii2-1515.( ,. 128, ? .: Patterson 1y k.stai Ga claims either of and you.demands may have which against you,the or out street into and the make street your to make newsboy a ssJe.run

__ .% \ estate of Virginia A Algeo, deceased Kindly pull over to the curb. \.
late of said County, to the Our newsboys have instructionsto

: ..: Free Delivery Ywi CM get it with credit at Dewiags Florida County Judge at his of office Madison in the County courthouse we STAY will appreciate OUT of the your streets co-eperat-and

.... of said County at Madison, injT with us AND THEM for
Florida within calendar
eight
THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very
months from the time of the first
much.
.If". publication of this notice. Each
: claim or demand shall) be in writ- :

; -- ing, and shall state the place of TfflHG
residence and post office addressof .
the claimant, and shall be sworn
MOREINSURANCE
to by the claimant, his agent or PUT
attorney, and any such claim or
demand not so filed shall be void. ?
.. MURRAY LOU ANDREWS

.. STERCHI, As Executrix of the Last
t : L Will and Testament of Virginia A

\ Algeo, deceased.
t a tt ;:.: :. First publication Jan. 1, I960

INSTALLATiON OF

MASONIC OFFICERSJ
GR.
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I ." ;S :Master of Madison Lodge No. 11

lIfi.-... .,. .......... a 7 Wis F & A M, was installing officerat
Fq' #'. the installation ceremonies Mon-
4
I day night of last week in Masonic

HalL
I' a a ; J Officers Installed. for the new
6 year were: Walden Phillips, Worshipful s
-4 .x Master C H Marsh, Senior
Warden; H E Fountain, Junior
:, Warden; \A H Armstrong treasurer; a t
Otis Hodnett, secretary? Dr R E
rn A i Watson Chaplain; Ollie Barker
>mwa Senior Deacon; R L Williams,
? f i Junior Deacon; W 0 Floyd Senior
; .. y Steward; Charles Groover, Junior
4': 1-.. ', Steward; Roy Milton, Marshal, and t.
3, :\\i. 2 John 'Sevor, Tyler. -
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'. & James Oscar McDonald re-
e r 1C. E.
qt'' F, V 'i :' l ceived a twenty-five membership QUICK
w pc aMs certificate awarded by the Lodge.A tWBOX
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HO
social hour followed when, '.\ s. '
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refreshments were
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has, good selection This Ckilf III* ag*fit coa tH foo
Dow ing's a
,1' bow with! Adop} -Plan*, TOOT to
Clearance Sale atEAGLE'S uiium to adaptable. For ..
ft -i- of Charming Early American. ampi., a Jam1f IDcame plan ariaabv
pro tda sab.aatial mn-
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a 'TIMBER( WANTED! .
t prices and convenient terms.' ,q

: Visit our store, 128 North Any pine timber for tale, regard
I\. ; less of quantity; selective cutting or '
Patterson Valdosta, Ga. and. whole tracts Please call ADEC4; : 'it|>::
f GEORGIA, 7161 or 7501, COIXECxf, t'

,.' see these lovely groupings as ft ptiwrite ,. l/J r ,
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FRIDAY JANUARY 8th, 1960

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FAMILY DINNER

1 1' -ye --- COMPLETE PEST CONTROL .:.
Look for Winter
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I i .i I'1' Mr ,and Mrs Wesley Downingwere \ "
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; V hosts at a family dinner FREE INSPECTION
CO. i
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
e .. '* ,. .Clearance Sale at t tEAGL'E'S Saturday. December 26th. Guests CO. :
% t d were Mr and Mrs JV PulUam IPURKEEXTERMINATING

I 109 S. PATTERSON STREET Mr and Mrs Wllbcr Pulliam and }
t
son Jr. of Valdasta. Mr and Mrs !
t q VALDOSTA GEORGIA '.j..t;' f." :t "t Ipo James Harris and family, Mr Lundy 0.JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist

Machine Repair r Rental Sewing Course : The E-R Prints Harris, Mr and Mrs Mona Stewartand '9 111 East Green St, \ ,

daughter, Valdosta Mrs Laura Phone 293JPERRY. : .
Calvin ,9'
Downtag Mr and Mrs

Newt Macs $59.50 and'op EverIlhingexcept Downing and daughters, Arlington FLORIDAWe ,.

Ga. Mr and Mrs Louis Down- .
Inc and Phyllis. Greenville S C exterminate: Roaches, Ants Termites, Fleas and
CALL VALDOSTA CH 4-2304 COLLECT
and Rev W L. Wynn. Ticks. Mice'and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc.
Service hi 24 Hours Others visiting during the day ,

m were Mrs Earl Warner and Carolyn "-

I i Orlando ,:Mr and' Mrs Aaron BRIDE COMPLIMENTED
Webb and Mr and Mrs M C Wood-
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local funds would be pooled with ant and Carolyn. Mrs Jack Wade and Miss Sissy Smith-Corona adding;

Minutes of the B.ard.g the funds received under National Wade complimented Mrs Ashley ,

: Defense Education Act for purchasing FAMILY DINNERMr Fraleigh with a charming luncheon Machines typewriters

: -of materials elsewhere and Mrs James Harris were Saturday at the Conway Pines. ,
Public Instruction described. All materials would be 1 Sixteen guests included the college
hosts at a family dinner Christmas
deposited in I home for the holidays and: and cash registers
a common pool at the Day. Guests were Mr and Mrs set at .
Audio Visual the weds. u
Center. close relatives of newly .
J W PulUara, l1rand lIrsVes
The funds for this program would 'Downing and son Johnny, l\fr-and Among the guests were Mrs J 0 HieEnterpriseRecorder

MADISON, c UNTY. ITLORIDA'December ,consist of one dollar and twenty Mrs Wilber Pulliam and son Jr of Wade Sr and Mrs J J Sale Jr. p.

17. 1959 cents per pupil as provided for Valdosta, Mr Lundy Harris, Mr The reception-dining room was :
The Board met in regular session under the policies for Special Projects and Mrs Mona Stewart and daughter beautifully decorated with camellias
on the above date with all (Title III,* National Defense from the Conway gardens.A .
Laura of Valdosta, Mrs Lisle ,t<
members present The meeting was Education Act, plus twenty cents bolita ticketsMoney and Hudson and sons. Dorrie and Roscoe -' three course menu was served.
called to order by Mr Marcus W per pupil by the individual The hostesses presented their
and Mr and Mrs W J Bennett Mrs A Chutz and ail i iI
G son. Jay\
Cherry, chairman.The All of the materials countiC&1 and honoree with a sugar bowl in her
daughter Mrs
secretary presented the following would be housed at the Valjean. Leroy pattern of china and a lovely cor- I New Orleans came last 'Vednesday-
Pulliam and visited in the
family for ten days' visit with her parents
a
relative to special
proposal would be available for use by the' sage.
project establishment: in this area of I various schools in the participating NOTICE TO ALL NEW afternoon. Mr and Mrs E B Browning; I

Title III National Defense Educa counties upon request. Distribution HOMESTEADERS: Members of the family called Mr and Mrs Arden S Brown oCT

tion Act: r poicies would be determined by the AU new home owners are required ROTARY CLUB NOTES here by the death of Mr Edwin HIb'dden Westfield N J, spent the holidays*
PROJECT DESCRIPTION Board above described. i Wednesday Were Dr and with Mr and Mrs- Browning; aril'have
,. under the law to file an application ,
FOR THE ESTIMATED BUDGET FOR THE with this office for your Holmes Melton, president of the Mrs Eugene Hadden and two children returned home .

AUDIO VISUAL CENTER FIRST EAR Homestead Exemption before April Mayo Rotary Cub, was guest Chattanooga, Tenn, Dr and -: -
Established to Serve the Suwan- RECEIPTSNational I speaker at the 'Madison Rotary MnC C JHghby of,dermont ; and
nee River Area Defense Education 1st Club meeting, Wednesday. He spoke Mr and Mrs Glenn H Axon of Mr and Mrs W D' EeVeille off
,
PURPOSE OF THE PROJECTThe Act Funds 19,600 All Homesteaders who receivedthe I 'I mainly of the activities of his club Orlando Dr Highby and Mr and DeLand were New Year's Holiday

Audio Visual Center Project Local Co. Contributions 3,400 exemption for 1959 will receive, and Its position in the community. Mr Axen have returned home. guests of Mr and Mrs James Bud *-,,

Is designed to improve instruction .,,...... '''''. an application card 'for your re- I He presented a citation of meritto Others of the family are here for a e and Mr and Mrs R C Dickies-*
In the areas of science,mathematics,I Total available '>'Ji:;;' <' 23.000; neon; so please sign and return Curtis Koon of Mayo, who is a longer visit son.

and foreign language in the ',Clemen.! EXPENDITURESCapital the card by mail to this office before I student of NFJC, and told of his ,

,,,, tary,and secondary schools of Hamilton -i Outlay (furnishings April 1st. outstanding record in the Mayo 'r'

Jefferson, Lafayette, 1\IadiSrn.1 desk typewriter, file) 700 Please make your return to this I Schools. ....
Suwannee, and Taylor Tom LIde of
I Secretarial 1,200 Perry was a yfsltor,
office before April 1st for intangible ,1
I' through the expanded use of audio- Student Assistants 500Telephone I at was also Mr Koon.
visual materials. This project would and personal property for the
] &
postage z
serve as a multi-county cooperative penses "* ex500 year '196 I Mediterranean (FHTNCRay-

r effort In providing these materialsfor Purchase of Audio-Visual A H Armstrong, .mond 0 Milford aviation ordnanceman ,.

the improvement of instructionIn materials 20,100 Tax Assessor Madison County. second class, USN, serving with .I. '
the areas emphasized under. +: :
Fighter Squadron 62, aboard the .
Title III of the National Defense 23,000 i attack aircraft carrier USS Essex

Education Act.DESCRIPTION Estimated cost of for THOMAS-PAYNE MARRIAGEMrs :witnessed the 95,000th arrested aircraft ", .
program : tt
OF THE PROJECTThe four 'is 92000. I landing Dec 16, while the
Audio Visual Center, to be year period. Anne Bell Payne daughterof carrier accompanying the heavy :.. '
Mr
Mr Milliner and
Pat James
located on the Campus of the North before the Bout! Mr and Urs G W Albritton of I cruiser 'USS Des Moines with Presi- t ,
Stanley appeared
Florida Junior College, would (pool Madison Booster! Madison and Clyde Thomas, son of dent Eisenhower and his party 4Ii

audio visual materials for the six- representing Club and Mr the MUlmor acted at the late Mr and Mrs Sol Thomasof aboard, was en route to Tunis.x ,
county-area as a service to the instructional Lee. were united in marriage
the -
the 55 spokesman. They requested December 18th. .. -0
of Friday
:
programs
Board to give consideration to the John Vann of Atlanta .has been
schools within the area. Materialsto The marriage ceremony was per-
purchase of additional bleachers for named to the Board of Visitors of .
be housed at the Center would formed by Rev Dozier Sapp at his ," '.
the Madison School Emory
Include films filmstrips tapes, recordings High gymnasium home with Mrs Sapp as attendant.Mr Unhvertltyx '
1 models, and other audiovisual and additional supplement for : Thomas chose for her wedding f Alderman-of'.'i.Lee} ,sated V 3k Mo", "",
Mr O
athletic coaches. This matter was ,
, materials A. secretary and a inodish grey suit with black ? '
Saturday while renewing the E-R
discussed very thoroughly by the j
student Assistance'would be accessories and of ;: .
some wore a corsage. ) borne
Board and the Board pointed out that moving Into thdr'new 1
} the routinesof carnations. She if em-
employed to handle pink an c
Irish t Christmas event for
I the financial limitations for the a happy .
the Center' In distributing, ployee of the Carson Furniture Co. their r
1959-60 school budget A family. *
checking, maintaining, and storing In Madison.Mr ItJ
motion was offered by Mr McLeod -x-
materials. Thomas is employed at the
Miss Judy Davis spent Ian weekend ,'
deferring action on this matter pending ,
would be determined Lire Oak
Policy by a Sheriffs Boys Ranch at '
and
further study. The motion was in Rome. Ca. with Mr
Board of six members: Membership and the couple are now residing. InLive intern
seconded by Mr Dugan and carried. Mrs W BergwalL She begins
member *" 'VI
from
would consist of one Oak. *
There being no further businessthe teaching In Albany this week.x .
each of the participating counties, 2 : ,
Board adjourned. 0' -
appointed by the various superin i
:
tendents. MARCUS W CHERRY. JR. BRIDE'SOAIDS LUNCHEONMrs Miss: Florida Davis has returned t. .

Chairman. to Mercer University after spendIng : i
FINANCIAL SUPPORT
Financial support for this pilot ATTEST: F E Tftughton and Miss the holidays here.x .

I project would consist of both Na- */ 'GRIFFIN BISHOP Secretary Barbara Nanghton entertained the ,
Guantanamo Bay. Cuba (FHTXC) '
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bridesmaids Juncheon for Uw
tional' Defense Education money and
Dozier J Balloon. Jrstewart third 4'Ia '.'

local amount county per pupil funds,While based funds upon for an Lwk for Winter 2Ipp ants rcr-Andn.-ws at their home wedding Saturday.attend Class, USN; is serving at, the U S : li r
Naval Air Station Guantanamo i '
the counties concerned are extremely Places were laid for nine guestsat : # .
BaCub .___ .
table
the luncheon J:1idith
an
I limited it was concludedby 0"
I the superintendents concernedthat Clearance Safe atEAGLE'S imported linen cloth. Centering the

a program of such Importance table was an arrangement of .
should demand financial support white camellias and narcissi I

\ by the individual counties. The Miss Jcnobel ZJppercr. the bride- -
I: elect presented her attendants with

costume bracelets] and C8P3.to

match their gowns for the wedding.Tlic : P .

THE YIELD IS UpON J SAVING AT hostesses presented t.Jliss ..
Zipperer with a silver bread tray.
Miss Carol Naughtoh :
Mary assisted *
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o. .? ., YALDOSTA FEDERAL t t

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ANNOUNCING- .. PHILLIPS FAMILY PARTY '
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Mrs J B Phillips had all her
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children homo for Christmas. Those .
r .
r attending were Mr and Mrs 'S P .

dam and son from Hanson Mr'and t aR

i Mrs B F Davis and son Joe with

t Miss, Sandra Raines from Cherry ; ;

Lake. Mr and Mrs V L Perkins and

Alice Faye Jean, Buddy and Joetteof

Lee. and Mr and Mrs Cteo Phillips .

\ and daughter from Madison, Mr 1 I
Shelton Davis from Jacksonville; "

Mr and Mrs William Collins Jr.

Mr and Mrs W C Littleton., Jr and ix .
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children J were among her grandchildren -

r present Mr,and Mrs Henry ,
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( Sims and son Freddie were from ."
; FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST Clearwater to be there Mrs Mavis .'f' "
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OFFICE Clayton ,of, H&disoa also attended .

f .. HOURS'04h A "bountiful lunch served buffet

/l' MON.'JVESo-WED.rrL: !,I +,* .. style consisted of turkey and all ,

THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON the trimmings with a large variety ;;
of salads and other food


: The New : CHRISTMAS PARTY ,1,

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Kaiserslaatern. Germany (AHTNQ, y .r

.: Arm? Pvt Wordlaw Moore of. >4* y"r+ "'..

Greenville Fla, and other membersof .\ .
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the Seventh Army Air Reconnaissance ; ,; Z I 1 ..

Support Company helped 14.'a ,
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for the children of aa orphanage v
-115|N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA.ThefFrlendlj In'. XjJserslautenv Germany. '" 1
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*. Small of the company,contri- '''' 1. .
Association Big Eftowrh to Serve Ton q 1+ s- V .w J.A+-
..... buted. more than one hundred dollars
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.The Madison First Baptist church FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK 5llAiE AR Howard ShidstiDLumber '

was the letting at 3OOp m Sunday ,
GENERALLY ,
IDENTIFY
.. January 3, for the marriage HOW TO INHABIT r Il'I
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of Miss Lois Ann Kellum daughter ACt> fEDUCKS RIVERS I

: of Mr and Mrs Roy WaIn- LAKES C
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AND POHOS ::. ., .;.
wright, of Madison, and Harold 9';" _
Bennett Clark,, son of Mr- and MrsJ 1

J Clark, of Tallahassee. The .. TOM 84 STUDSTILL. of Greenvilledo
Rev James T Barber performed HAVE '

the ceremony.. CBRIGN1 ,. ,. D 0 you read the Fishermans Calen.

Mrs C Vernon Ragan, organist, WINS PATCH WXIN 0 ..."."..". dais
FISH t ,
and Carroll Lamb, vocalist, pre CALLED e SPECULUM 1 PLY in*
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sented the music. Mr Lamb sang DIRECTLYUPWARP
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Because and the Lord's Prayer,
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The bride was given in marriageby ,ti FROM THE COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR

her uncle, Albert R Williams,
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WATER
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of Madison .

Baskets of yellow gladioli and I ..--
gilded leather-leaf ferns with ccg_ to It Ttae foe Each Dar, "Tilts' Woes ray t... 8at'.

branched candelabra holding yellow -- 1 rl
candles made TIP OVER : '.', *,:: SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
forming >an arch I I I I
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TAIL UP TO r
a lovely background at the altar 'I .' t= )Ie")8)8' I
lor the wedding party. PEEP 4N MALLARD Pal Ysl AAM AM AM AM AM

Mrs Davis McGrift of Tallahassee \ /\ TYPICAL' 1054 11:42 12:30 12:52 1:18 2:06 2:53 3:40

sister of the bride, wasmatronofhonor t 4 WATER SURFACESHALLOW '

I 1, ,. and her only attendant .t FEEDER "I "I Blacker the* Fish letter the Day for Fishing I ,

She wore a full length I

gown of light gold taffeta made ", LEGS
with Empire waist and cummerbund NO' LOBE FORWARD

with wide, flat bow in back. ON HIND wN 6oDY_ ;, HOWARD STUDSTILL
s EASILY
The full skirt featured the harem TOE S
LANE
Ot4
hemline in back.. She wore a short .

'i.', .. I gold veil attached to a band of \ FLORIDA: CAMS AN' 1 LUMBER COMPANY

gold taffeta and her cascade bou- FRESH WATER rISK MMIIoN' -

al quet of bronze mums was tied with ; HU :S-6106 MADISON, FLORIDAMr 1

: talisman satin.
1
+= LOVELY BRIDE
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The bride chose pure white -
; I and Mr Wainwright entertained beige wool suit with black fur
bridal satin for her gown. The Sale at R. Miclder'sl'lair !
collar black feather hat and
portrait neckline, appliqued with I with a reception in the a

:.: Chantilly lace, was re-embroidered church parlors following the cere- corsage of orchids. f 1

with pearls and sequins, and the mony. Native greenery, yellow mums and Mrs E B Wilson and IIr ,I,,.. .. Ai'-." ',.
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x same design was repeated in the and gladioli were used to decoratethe Mr and Mrs Bill Wirnberly have John Wilson have returned from : '. I

long pointed sleeves at the wrists,' rooms. The bride's table, returned from spending the noli Clearwater. where they attendedthe S ANNOUNCEMENT : : ,

and the gored skirt which endedIn covered with a 'hand-made. Irish days with Mrs Wlmberly's family funeral :Monday of their sister- .. ; ,

a chapel train. Her veil of lace cloth, was centered with a at LaBelle. Fla. in-law, Mrs T C Wilson who died ,. 1
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fit her home there Jan. 1st. Mrs
French illusion fell to fingertip square four tiered wedding cake a. .r Wilson was the widow of T CCleveland

length from a tiara of pearls andsequims. topped with a nosegay of cattylea ( ) Wilson, a native of Effective. January 1., 1960, I, .... I
She carried a .semf-cas- orchids. Silver candelabra holding J.M.LASHLEYPhone Madison who passed the .". : j: .' '. '
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cade bouquet of white Vanda burning tapers were entwined with yttsr. 55 *

t orchids and phalleanopis with pear- lacy greenery. At one end of the FO 2.1580 -x- ... "
1 ', : the Standard Oil Company for ,
; lized leaves tied with tulle and table was placed the antique silver LIVE OAK FLA. Larry McWIlliaras returned .

':'i piqugf satin and..pearl embroidered service. Miss: Judith Burnett RT. 1, BOX 210 Saturday to Hinds Junior College Madison County, and will ap. .
PAINTING & WALL PAPER .
;f, 'ribbon. cut the cake and &trs Kenneth alter spending the holidays herewith : /

The bridegroom had as his best Burnett, Mrs Florrie Garrett and HANGING his parents, Mr and Mrs C T ". J a predate the continued patronage ,

,..., man, his brother. Walter 'Clark Miss Irene Williams poured. McWilliams. He had as his guestduring
vacation a school friend, of all of Standard's
cuu :
'" of Tallahassee Miss Fay Terry kept the.-bride
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Hubert Lee Pittman of Jackson j .
.. Davis, JLMcGrfff. : furnishing music'were : t \>. ., \
Ushers were book and }
First Madison
James Graves -Bobby-Chatham, Miss Emily' Burnett andMiss. Janice Cewty Miss. -x- ;1-1. tomers,. as.. well I as the patron, : (,;, I' .. P r. ;; .,

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all of Tallahassee.Mrs > Lamb. New Year'sBaby Mr and Mrs Alfred Patton have t age of all others for nt ; '" :
Wainwright chose a sheath Assisting hostesses were Mrs returned to their home in Linden ,

dress of light weight beige wool Carlton Burnett, Mrs Hard Davis Ind, after an extended visit with :. *

and satin featuring a fitted jacket of Tallahassee,. Mrs :Mort Bunting, Thomas Gregory Oliver, born Mrs Patton's mother, Mrs R V ,. ,"' STANDARD GASOLINE i' .
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She wore matching: accessories and Mrs T M Raines, Mrs H B Browning Friday, Jan. 1st at 5:53 a. m. at Dial -' iO / t0,1 ""

purple orchid corsage. Mrs L C'Bruner, Mrs R B Madison County Memorial Hospitalto ). '4. i. ; OIL ;" ..Vi ';" ,i '
Mr and Mrs William Oliver ... ,
was
The bridegroom's mother wore'rose Bryan Mrs H E McArthur and T'FUELOIL J-
the first baby born In Madison .. ;. v i.. .
sflk shantung, matching *accessories Mrs W C Copeland Sr, Misses :,., "*?*.'!:.. *
orchid Barber and Robye County in 1960. The baby weighed ,'..* ifW, < '; ,, .
and lavender cor- Judy :
May
Gray Touring LUBRICANTS :
Tips on -
,;n, 8 lbs and 1014 ozs. He is the ; .
w Burnett served. '
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grandson
he of and Mrs Wm. )i '
I, Mrs Albert R. Williams, the After spending a while with their McChesney, and of Mrs Hoyt Morri- ./ Corol Lon. :: a .t .

,1., bride's aunt and foster mother, guests Mr and Mrs Clark left on scn. Womt/i'i Trout Awffcor J/ I' will greatly appreciate 1
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wore blue.001 designed on fitted a wedding trip to South Florida your business, '' : '
', lines ith.satin embroidery. Her I They will reside in Tallahassee.Mrs WOMrg for Safety ... .
HOSTS AT NEW YEAR'SEVE
corsage was a lavender orchid. Clark wore for traveling aWORLD'S PARTY. Tot what can we do about trtfSetafety : I tI .
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S. don't know where to start.' C.T.McWILUAMSJR. '
Mr .and Mrg Frank Graham and we rYe. beard this from women all -. ,, .

: I BIGGEST BATHTUB ? I guests Mr and Mrs J L GrahamJr over the country daring my lecture Agent, Standard Oil Cost ".'-A.:_' .. :" ,w ;...,;ot
of Tallahassee
held open house (' \ 1 '
at the Graham home Thurstnyetcning. t's plenty that any woman r S. Harry St. t
In new industrial use of or 1t'Omt1\.IfOUP' can do. Considerthe & J
I bathtubs, an innovation in Attending the JoveJy'New1"ear" projects of the three top award HU.3-2279 ]'IADISONFLA. w'S 1
manufacturing, 1960 Ply- eve party were about forty winners in Shell OO Company's 1939 S
t.' mouth car bodies are dunked guests. Orel Lane Awards for Safety. ,
seven times in anU-corii Arrangements of camellias !t > rosive solutIons'durinl candles .
were placed in the
living- I
assembly to give cars 'p. St
I. longer, rust-free life. room. The dining' table was centered t. o'
with owl red
t. ,a of and white 1
camellias and narcissi balanced by
white lighted candles. Miss Sissy Wade and Miss' Nancy Beggs ni who is visiting friends

Coffee punch a variety of hors Smith left Sunday to return to there this week. '

'ltT' d* ouevres, buttered shrimp: ham Agnes Scott College to resume Sirs Dan Walker and daughter
biscuits and tidbits were served. studies after spending the holidaysat
:Misses Han and Greer Tomlinson their homes here. They were Liza of Tampa spent the week end

assisted In serving. .. accompanied to Atlanta by T J I here with Mr Walker


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COLORED FUNERAL '!
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WIll Hyler age 88 died at the The Women's Clumber of Corattert .. "
home of Samuel Wyche at Cherry *, Kansas City* Mo, stated a '
Safety Ubontorr oa whfihsooTerted -
b Lake December 31st: He was engaged Public Service but carrying :;
Notice To Farmers !
in fanning. six psycho-physical driver testing S f ,
He is survived by eight daughters machines. Members of the chamber ,. .,J .'
three brothers; twelve grandchildren learned bow to operate Ibep'fllnfS'

littoral Process Saturday is far cry night from bath tra And twenty great-grand and tested 01'.I. .I ty.In O.driverstkroufboat \\Ve buy Yellow Ear Corn the .

in laundry tub beside the children. Wasteoo, Ohio, the Buafneea year around .. t
kitchen range, common Funeral services: were held Moo* sad Profeadonal Women's Club. of r t ::. f ; f
lice before modern plum fine; ; ', day January 4. at 10:30 .a m. In FuHoo County orfanlted a county t I ."- t
kit Zion church: No. 2. Intermentbllowed wide Safety counciL The councilcendacttd Price Now la ,
aatomobDe safety eheetae,
l" in Jit ZIon cemetery with promoted driver education in etaMBtary -

::1t Clifford StaUworth. manager of seaoob developed a com $1.15 per bushel! S
the T J Beggs Jr Colored Funeral I yrthemtTe traffic safety protraa foryooafrten p
Home In charge: of arrangements.' ,and siranftd for flasher S picker picked :
Mffct*at dangerous intersection _.
la:MiMeapoBsth Ben Telephone i, ,"'\ {
k Dr and Mrs, N Jordan Akridge and "Woeaea's Df emirs Driyiar Club of
(0033' children have returned to IflBfieeota prorided adnlt driverJniac. A MITCHELL ; '

their home in Cocoa after an extended tt 'Thk group, eompoMd of (, .. ., ,, ..:,
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40 sapenrhory employeee throuf h- 't" ...t
visit here with Mrs Akridge'sparents. lt.. 1 : :. ,:
est the state disseminated to other 6J. .
Dr and Mrs J J : I .. \i
Conway wo ...dabs the driver know-bow ", / >> J
they bad learned la Bell's standard ".:: \
t Don't let your friendly, dririac eourM.The trainmt atttse- JAspER; ; 4 i
A courteous competitors do all Sag defensive drfrinf if designed &U4. '
boldinf Etensea. ;; .
already .
ferpenoos
Every mother knows about '
.wI ete advertising: Dial The E-B, TlMl"IIWtaof! these arofraaM hart 1l J" I 4
set tube po eWe $ in keen oottUixliac.Tate a lead tract : .. .,, :.
"! I wWcli"* 'may be balled'to HU S-SSGl* and say, "Gimme 'tkis work and bfia jvst safety :
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I r THE ENTERPRISEJIECJORDER, MADISON
I : FRIDAY, JANUARY: 8th, 1960

I ." ; CANDIDATES .-Funeral Services For I
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L : > put your best face forward with\ '
i I CLASSIFIED .ADS an official No-Phool Foto. Edwin E. Had den REPORT OF THE CONDITION

e Ordinary mug Shot 2.00 \ "

Lostbis CANDIDATE THE E-R SPECIAL', HU 3-6361. 3.00 Funeral senlccs-for Edwin E BANK OF GREENVILLE

f M*avert Madden Bl. were held last Friday
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NOTICENotice afternoon In the T. J Beggs Jr GREENVILLE, FLORIDA
Funeral Home "Hie Rev Paul
Touchton officiated and Waller
WANTED:. Some nice, soft, clew AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31st 1959
W. B. Dans Jr. Whitlock organist ,
medItation
: rags. No buttons co* woolens. THJ Is hereby given that the presented -
ENTERPRISE-RECORDER. undersigned will register with the music. Interment was in .
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE ....
: Clerk of the Circuit Court in Mad- Oak Ridge cemetery.Mr -,. ..
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BUSINESS ACREAGE INDUSTRIAL FARMS J. D. Seng son>county, Florida upon receip Hidden was the son of the ;.1'-
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r ESTATES RESIDENTIAL of proof of publication of this late Mr and Mrs S H Hadden, a RESOURCES

f.. APPRAISALS FORESTER notice, the following fictitious veteran of World War I, and a

ABSTRACTS OF TITLE .REGISTERED SURVEYOR name, to-wit: member of the First Methodist
j' Cash on hand and due from J
Ph. HU 3616MADISON.
. INSURANCE Church. He In the
TITLE WILLIS RECORDING STUDIO was engaged banks '
112 West Base Street FLA. under which I am engaged ix mercantile business at the comerof $415,049.18

MADISON. FLORIDA a; 'c ccoc o O QOo. business at 404 NE Hancock St,, West Pinckney and Harry United States Bonds 847,395.0Q $1,262,444.18
Phone HU 36277I .
Madison, Fla. Nature of business Streets for many years.
T. V. ADVERTISEDT. is a professional tape and disc recording -' Survivors are his wife, Mrs Alma Loans- (including $36.45 overdrafts) 604,682.63

BrOaduiWil liby V has Increased the demand.for studio. Telephone HU 3-6827. Shaw Hadden; one son Dr

I Avon Cosmetics. Make your HENRY T (Ted) WILLIS Owner Eugene Hadden of Chattanooga $1,867,126.81
I REALTOR .
; Phone Office HU 3.6481 spare time pay In cash. We Jan 1,8, Iff 22,pd one daughter, Mrs Charles Campbell .I -g.off' .. )\
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Residence HU 3-6481 :Madison train you. Write AVON. Box of KIssimmee; one brother, t,.-:' .
( MADISON, FLORIDA 3103.MSS. Tallahassee, Fla. EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISEEarn J Maxwell: Hadden of Madisort;

o $5,000 to $7,500 a year two sisters, Mrs. C. HIgby oldcnnont LIABILITIES '
These bargains were overlooked
and Mrs Glenn Axen .
I In 1959. Will you be the smart Married men of good reputation
of Orlando and three
buyer in 1960 : Invest $2 to $5,000. Sell famou, dren. grandchil .

One 2-br house, large lot, near brand foods. No experience
; techools, only $500 down. Active pallbearers wereMessrs Capital Stock $32,000.00 .
One good, large 2-bath house necessary.; We train you. U F E Naughton Phil Howard John Surplus 200,000.00

near schools, 2 lots. Five percent repairing done by set "doctors' interested write: Seitner Associates Hadden, James Copeland, Pat Undivided Profits ,' .,',/ 25,881.57 $257,881.57

, mortgage. Reasonable down payment 448 St. James Bid?., Milliner, James Ragans James E

Jacksonville Fla. 18-2t-c* Stanley and John Cherry. .;
near' Deposits i $1,598,356.68I
Home and income. Duplex Honorary: Messrs C T Mc I x J ...',
reasonably priced. j v'
postoffice. Very Williams, Bill Brown W T Hot : ** .
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businesses for Liabilities 10,888.56
Several farms and JOHNW.WADSWORT1Registered :
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lingsworth. William Ward, A G ., ':it ,. '1 '
sale. ... .. \,.. I ..
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Herring Jack Wade. R E Cowart, .'.H... ."'11p :"<. .
FOR SALE: One Model 40 1-row Surveyor C P Kelly, J B Davis Paul Williamson ., .' .. ,:.. ,

John Deere tractor with cultivator R H Browning, B G Wycbe. .' < V; '..,'-. .... ', .;\ ; $1,867,126.81.
harrow, disc plow and, dis \ Phone HU 3-2372 Donald Dickinson, Tom CotUn ,* )'''t.. J'"
tributor.. Reasonable. HOBSON MADISON. FLORIDA Safe Sound ,Progressive
ham E C Davis, George Hendry, .v
WILLIAMS RT 2, Madison Fla. Wo know how to diagnose )'OUrTV'I ,"tV '
MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHEN Dl' Burnett Jr, J H Calhoun ; :. BANKING .
194tpd.FOR .
Ills and cure 'em fast .
with G-E appliances and PRE- Howard StudstiU, DeWiley Wood Slpce 1905 I
SALE: Coastal Bermuda hay. QUMANTELEVISION CISIONWARE CABINETS. Uj C C Matheny, J P Morrow, Fret

Excellent quality, $30 per ton. to S yean to pay. Call or writ* fickler, Robert Micklcr, Julian

George Eager, Valdosta Ga. Phone HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. HU3468L Bentley John H Plant, Dale Lea
CH 23195. ) SERVICE Madison Fla. 7-tf-ct lie, Gordon Ashley, T L Fraleigb 3% PAID) ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSMEMBER

401 E Stevens St. For your grinding: and mixing and R H Rowe Jr.
FOR SALE: Polled Hereford bulls. I
We Repair on your farm, call WEST]
FEDERAL
Also, 10 reg. heifers. George Record-Players-Automobile Radios DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION.
Eager, Rt L Valdosta, Ga. A 'ew Choice Selections END MILLING COMPANY, Mr and Mrs Robert Mlckler: and

19-tf-ch IN USED TV SETS Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971: Mr and Mrs E P Sanders, Jr ofhere
\ and Ir and :Mrs Frederickicklert ,
Work guaranteed satisfaction collect a -----
FOR SALE: One Model B John PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE ) of Jasper, spent from HOSTS AT GAME SUPPER VISITOR COMPLIMENTED
I Deere tractor with cultivator 4- OUR WAY OF SAYING Wednesday until Sunday night In Mr and Mrs James Conway were -
1 disc tiller 'double harrow, $500. THANK YOU" Sale at R. Mickler's! Bethesda, Ud visiting Mr and Mrs! hosts at a game supper Wednesdayevening Mrs D F Burnett complimented

') E W PETERS, Rt 2, :Madison Phone 9481 Qultman Ga. Nat Norfleet They reported Nat at their home, Conway Lt Comdr. "Mary C Coody with a

Fla. 19-lt-pd Buddy Tillman Charles Roger I COIN COLLECTORS showingremarkable improvement Pines complimenting their brother- dessert canasta on Saturday even-

FOR SALE: Some repossessedhouse a after his weeks of treatment there In-law and sisters, Mr and Mrs lug at their home. Twelve guests
condition. Distribution of New March of enjoyed the evening with the honoree -
trailers In good I friends will be glad to learn.x Alfred Patton of Linden, Ind and
Prices range from $800 up. Pick GIRARWN JEWELERSFor Dimes coin collectors began this Mrs N Jordan Akridge of Cocoa. and hosts.
and move In, today Miss Coody won the top score
up payments week throughout Madison County Mr and Mrs Richard Cunningham The supper of broiled quail and prize and received a lovely china
OF as part of The National Founda wild duck dressing vegetables,
ANYTHING
i We Trade for and daughter Cynthia returned to tea pot as a guest prize.! David
VALUE! Also, two electric 'reI SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL lion's appeal to 'raise funds to prevent their home In Gainesville Thursday, salad, dessert and coffee was Lanier won the men's high score
i frigerators, one an AMAN,,:.used 3 DIAMONDS, JEWELRY crippling birth defects, arthritis after spending the holidays here served buffet. prize.

: only 30 days; one Frigidaire used. EXPERT REPAIRING and polio. with her parents, :Mr and Mrs A H Twelve guests spent the evening
3 months. These are going at a Airs Charles Knox county campaign canasta.
playing
Armstrong. They were accompanied
SACRIFICE. director, announced that more home by Mrs Armstrong and Miss Are your brakes safe?

WANTED TO TRADE,- House NATIONALBRIDAL than 100 collectors are being placedin their
II Ella Armstrong who were
: trailer payments for boat motor stores, markets restaurants, guests until Friday afternoon. son Mr Walt and of Mrs Charleston Walter Williams, S C. spent and If not drive in today to

I and trailer. SERVICEVALISTA factories, offices, and In other locations
the holidays here with :Mr Wil
ROGERSmAILER SALES, by teen age volunteers. The Mrs B W Humphrey returned liams' parents, Mr and Mrs W E McWILLIAMS GARAGE-
U S 90 East, Phone HU,3- 555. GA. New March of Dimes drive runs Thursday to her home in Tampa Williams.
11-tf-cb through January. i Following a visit here with Mr and

for Sale. 4 303 No. Patterson The brightly-colored collectors: Mrs W T Hoilingsworth and with
Horses or Mules relatives in Gretna and ChaUahoo-'
consist of a cylinder and an attached '
miles north :Madison on Rocky card which carries a photograph chee. Sunday the Holllngsworths HUNMG SEASON
J LIVE STOCK AUCTION entertained at a turkey luncheon \ .
road.
Valdosta
i Ford or old of Mary Beth Pyron of .
SELL your cattle and hogs in ourauctIon I attended by'Mrs Humphrey, :Mr and
S or J C TUTEN, Rt 3 Box each Monday. Sales start at Florence Ala, a birth defects child Mel Bull Tomlinsoo and children of NOW OPEN

126 Madison. 18-4t-pd 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCKYARDS who symbolizes all victims of Tallahassee and Sirs C D Tomlinson ,
BUY YOUR
HUNTING
w m **Hm** Monticello, Fla. crippling. I of Madison NEEDS HERE
BEFORE SELLING your timberor Registered Angus bulls for sale I -x-
timber land please see me. We at all times.TALBOTI'. Mr' and Mrs Joseph Bird and! Mrs T F Hay returned Wednesday I

are also Interested in buying a I two children; Betsy and Joe. have from Fort Pierce, where she Camouflage Suits

limited amount of pine-hardwood returned from a 'holiday visit with! spent Chrismas with her son and
truck to
delivered by
Foley pulpwood, Fla., or loaded on R Ran, PAINTAND relatives In Phenix City. Ala. family, Mr and Mrs W T Hay. and ?- Hunting Jackets
call -x- two daughters. Roseland and 'Mar-
See, write or
U P. GIBSON Mrs S P Griffin spent Christmas tha. They accompanied her home Hunting Boots

Rt. 3. Madison Florida WALLPAPER CO. In Tallahassee with her sister, Mrs i and visited friends In Albany, and t

Phone; Cherry Lake 8363 Ida: Simmons. Mrs Hay's family at Doerun Ga, Hunting Vesb

FOR RENT: Two bedroom blockhouse AT CASTLE PARK : : ., before returning home Sunday.x .

'with bath facing Cherry VALDOSTA, GA. r Hunting Bags
Lake. Fishing privileges. Hot free parking: I Ben Mainor, a student of NFJC,
water heater and gas tank furn January Specials has returned from spending the Game CarriersHunting .

ished. See ROBERTS GROCERYat We have a complete line of DwoskSo holidays with his family in South
Cherry Lake or Phone 8396. Wallpaper and 1500 colon of Para AT Dade county and Oman Beniteze. SheD Belts

19-lt-ch to select from. Come In sand seethe an elementary student from Cuba I

FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.MRS Colorobot Machine .operate. Thigpen'sGulf where be visited his parents and CapsCariridg

E F DICKINSON, IU rand pa rents.
32396. -tf-ch PUBLIC OPINION INTERVIEWERS Service -x- Shells, ;
wanted for part time
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment Interviewing assignments in the On U S 90 Madison Florida Mrs J 0 Cooke Jr and daughter Shot GunS Rifle 'j
''at Bevan house. A. P. EDGERLY vicinities of Madison and Green- Claire and son Larry visited relatives .,... ,
HU 36128. 19-lt-pd. HU 3-9942 Greensboro, N C last week. '
frequently
rtlle. Evening work is
They returned by Gainesville Ga. H1IDtmg Packs :
Please write Box 183, 1
nece&l&r)
HELP WANTED where Larry returned to Riverside '
Princeton, New Jersey, stating edu-.
f atonal background experience and. CAR'service.. i Military Academy for the second Stet Cm Cases

want to make $20 or more a day telephone number 17-3t ch erm. .
work! -x- -.1-'. .c So
full time route ;;, -l .-
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75cTIRE ird. \ I
CHARGE .. 11'
BATTERY
CO. Jr andlaughter
or woman. Write McNESS # Mr and Mrs A G Herring '
'J.tan $12J5 *
r..v.Twes
DeSoto Sta, Memphk ,2. of Jacksonrine Wft'e .
Btu 2766 REPAIR. .*..:i/U 75c *
192tpdMALE .. V ... guests of Mr Herring's parents; fa.
7enD- If) x... 15, All-Weather. tube-tyf, J' Southern Salvage
HELP WANTED plus taX and recappable tire. CAR WASH ....MANTIFREEZE LO Kr and Mrs A G Herring Sr over .
the New Tear's holidays. : ,
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this installed $2.75 -x- ARMY-NAVY GOODSpAWN SHOP) .
In
*WANTED: Contact man lESSER PattIe Moore of R 3 Greenville .. .
full time for Jim Walter Cor- VALDOSTA GEORGIA 111 SOUTH ASHLEY ST. ::
Area Must have car.: Call color Let us BervJce your car or track la renewing for the home paper. .,4'
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CHURCH : CHURCH 118 N. Orange St. -

: .-- ** -A preaching service every Sunday Eook Study: Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Florida StatutesIN i Look for Winter
THE COURT OF THE COUNTS
,', I WE WELCOME YOU A preaching Service every Sunday Service Meeting: Friday 7:30 p. m.
f 1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. rn: Ministry School: Friday 8:30 p. m. JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY, .
Clearance
.dad and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. rat morning Bible lecture: Sunday 3:00 p. m. FLORIDA IN PROBATE.In Sale at
'?.. lit and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m Watchtower Study: re: Estate of Dessle Thompklns,, t
/.. Sxmday School each 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. Deceased.
4:15
Sunday
p. m. EAGLE'SLAND
10:00)( a. -In'i
Sunday at -
;:; Sunday School every Sunday.1st TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS -
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;'::. ... Wednesday' 6:00 p. m. 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. 'm i of Steaks and Sea AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
covered
1 T,'family dish supper JJifeht, Friday Family Night Covered Dish Sapper I Foods at WHITE TOP You and each of you are hereby CIMGIi AUruvoa DEALS
: notified and required to present
"'< before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m Friday night after second Sunday DRIVE-IN on U S No. 63, claims and demands which .you AGED -
any
7:00
month at
promptly m
':'" of every p. Wilber
: \ "Woman's Society Woman's of Christian Service .south of Madison. 8-lt-ch or either of you may have against Miller to John Glee J r'
w. Christian Service .' Society the! estate of Dessie Thompkins, 4vws Lots 8, 5. 22 and 23 Blk 51, Town
meets on Monday night after or
after Greenville
meets Thursday
>. SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULE
deceased late of.; saM County,
,: ; 1st Sunday 8:00: p.: IIi third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. WMAF to the County Judge of Madlso IN WOODPepsiCola ei F C Glass and wife to Hercules

t; t Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meet 7:30 A. M Gospel Music County, Florida, at his office i In the Powder Company, dead pine stumps

alternately with Rocky 9 alternately with Cherry Lake on 7:55 hews court house of said County at I and dead and down top wood on

.f'i. Springs Tuesday' after Tuesday after the 4th Sunday. 8:00 Baptist Hour Madison Florida within eIght 400 acres In Sec 1, Tp 1 N, R 10 E.

,,. ; 4th Sunday 8:00 p. m 8.-00 p. m. 8:30 Gospel Music calendar months from the time of Anna E Howard Stewart, James

,.,' Official Board meets, 1st Wed- ,' The Official Board meets earl I 9:00 Revisal Time the first publication of this notice Ands Stewart and James David

If ', mesda y each even numbered month month following the supper 'on I 9:30 Gospel Concert Each claim or demand shall be in Howard to Cullen W Howard,
I'
. .tter prayer service. News Bottling Co. their interest in certain lands
,... \ meets Family Night 10:00 writing and shall state the place in
, Commission on Education I0rf)5 Sunday Serenade of residence and ,post office address Sea5and6Tp2NR8Er
"tst Wednesday each odd numbered: P. K. ROWELL, S. S. Supt 10:45 Prelude to Worship of the claimant and shall be PERRY FLORIDA Dolores, L Ward and Luna Rebecca

:': ; -wonth after prayer service. I MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE Treas. 11:00 Morning Worship sworn to by the claimant, his agentor Loper to Cullen W Howard
JACKSON WILDER WEDDING
:: --., JAMES SHEFFIELD S. Supt C. B. DAVIS, PASTOR 12:00 News his. attorney, and 'any such I and wife 180 acres In Sec 6, Tp 2

'" | THOMAS SURLES, HARRY !.f.; 12:15 Altercooa Melodic claim not so filed shall be void. Miss Joyce Jacks .n;; daughter of NR8E.

:,*COCHRAN, Asst'.. LEE METHODIST CHURCH 12: 5 News /., OLLIE C THOMPKINS, As :Mr and Mrs HInton Jackson of Lee S S Baker and wife, :Mattie

?.. C. B. DAVIS___,__Pastor._ __ Preaching Every Sunday. 1:00 Afternoon Melodic* administratrix of the Estate of Florida and Charles Wilder, son Elizabeth Baker Fowler and hus

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ; 1st and 3rd Sundays 1:30 Afternoon Melodic Dente! Thompklns, deceased.: i of Hr and Mrs Wilder of Bainbridge band David H Baker and wife C

CREENVILLE. FLA. I 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 I>.m. 1:40 Serenade Xn Blue First publication 12 4, 1959. I Georgia, were united In Edwin Baker and wife and R ..D

Sunday School 10:00 'A. 'MKorning .: 2nd: and 4th,Sundays 8:00 Gila! 125 Newt 17-4t-pd ,I marriage December. 17th at the Baker and wife to Orena Smith

,I': Worship 11:00 A. M.! Sunday School Every i 2:00 Hour of Dedsloa i home of Mr and Mrs" Leroy Jackson Pafford Josie Smith and Carl D

Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. Mrcnlng Sunday -...........,.,, 10:00 a. 'm 2:30 Musical: Sunday Are brakes safe? I at 8p. m. Smith quit claim deeds to 240 acres

+ Worship 740 P. MVrayer .' :Methodist Youth. Fellowshipv 235 Newa your i A background 'ot magnolia and inTp2NR10E.
630 'm 3:)0 Musical Sunday tens with standards white Josie E Smith and Carl D Smith
+ Meeting Wed. 7:30 P.. M -- -- p. of gladioli
I BOB SEARCY Sunday School suPt. 355 News, If Bit drive i in today to and mums and white candelabra to James. M Pafford, their undivided
CHURCH 2/3 interest In certain lands In
t. HANSON METHODIST 4:00 Hit Parade j formed the setting tor the -double

r i treadling Services every' First PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 425 News icWILOAMS GARAGE ring candlelight wedding; service Sees 29 ,and 30, Tp 1 N, R 10 E.

and Third Sunday 11KJO a. 'm. 5:00 Music At Sondown conducted by Rev I T Carter.
and'7:00 p. m. 5:30 Headlinec & Weather I
r .' Preaching every SundaySundayschool : The bride was given in marriageby REHEARSAL SUPPER
.. oj&jy School every. Sunday 5:33 Sign Off ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED her father. She wore anew
;... .. .10:00, A. M. -
1. .. a.m !
.,. *- ** I'll' *JLO:30 PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO shade of green suit with black- accessories -
iffcrrilly' Night Saturday before Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. 'M CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Mrs Gene L Wyilams of Monti and carried a bouquet of Mrs Irene Andrews' home was the

: Every second Sunday 6:00 p. m.MEV. Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P, M.Evening cello announces the engagement of white carnations with pearls. setting for the AndrewsZIppererrehearsal

C JJ. SAPPINGTON PastorT1IOPEWELL Services ...... 7:30 P..:M. her daughter. Miss Gene Curtis The bride's maid-of-honor was her supper Saturday evening.

Prayer Meeting Wednesday Daily Program ScWde Williams, to Mr: William Carl Herring sltter-In-law Mrs Clifford Jackson, Hostesses with Mrs Andrews were

; BAPTIST' CHURCH Evening ...,...... .....:.,, 7:00 P..M.W son of }air and Mrs T W Herring who wore for the occasion a black Mrs J A Davis and Mrs Carl Bcvls. 1
;*U' nday School 10:00 A. M: B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ WMAF 1230 ON YOUR DIAL Greenville Rooms of the spacious country
of sheath costume trimm with rhme-
._.... 11:00 A. M. home
Horning Worship 6:00 AiL Sign On were open to 65 guests which
ARTHUR CRUCE Union at
Training Miss Williams is a sophomore
:,aptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. I in the stones. included the wedding party, families
.evening Worship 7:30 P. M.tKid..week Director.ERNEST 625 World & State News the University of Florida graduated The groom had for his best man. and out-ottown visitors Deco
Minister College of Education. She was Gordon Henderson of Madison.A .
M GURR,
Service 7:30 P.
the motif
Prayer 630 Fla. Farm Hour High rations were in holiday
from Jefferson County
reception followed the wedding
l Brotherhood last: Thursday 6:45 Rudy Hamxidc with red carnations centering the
P.>> M. WELCOME TO .. School in 1958 and attended Florida i ceremony In the Jackson home.
I .f each month at 7:30 -* ,(Mon. Wed. Fri.) Tallahassee dining table. Guests were served a
NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH State University In ;
The two-tiered wedding cake of
2:30 P. M.
.. W.M.U. Second Thursday 655 World News three course luncheon from the
tot her freshman year. white was topped with a miniature
"JEvelene Kelley Circle 7:00 State New buffet. '
ant Thursday ,,..._._.. 2:30 P. M.' Come Worship With Us 7:05 Coffee With Ray :Mr Herring was graduated from bride and groom and cut by Miss Assisting the hostesses were Mrs
GreenvUle High School In 1957 and Juanette Welch Mrs Lewis Welch
Sunday School 10.00 A. M.
S. Supt. --
T. L. SINGLETARY, S. : 7:45 World News W C Sullivan, Mrs Paul Ragans,
11:00 A. !-f. Is now hi his Junior year at the poored punch.
Director Morning Worship
ALBERT KELLEY B.T.U. 7:50 State News Mrs 0 R Hamrick and Mrs Pat
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. University Florida where he is After a honeymoon trip to Albany
*|PSV.( LEWIS D. HUGHEN, Pastor 755 Weather News Milliner of Madison and ltrsY M
Evening Worship __ 7:30, P. M. 8:00 Offee with Ray majoring in Business Administra Ga. the couple now reside at Burton Jr of Coral Gables.Stockholders' .
WELCOME "TO Mid week Prayer Service 720 P. M. floe Tallahassee where both are em
"1/1'T.. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 9:00 Morning: : Devotions A late August wedding is planned. ployed. J
9:15 Musical Interlude
dtenday School ....:...1.0:00 A. M. Jack Pickles .... ...... S. S. Supt. MeetingNotice
9:30 Music Unlimited
...Vio min Worship 11KK) A. M. Sim Andrews+ B. T. U. Director CIRCUIT COURT CONSERVATION PROGRAM
+ News
____ 650 P .. 10:00 solved Is hereby that the
r'tr+inlng Union .JrLI REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor Farmers have many of given
10:05 Music Unlimited .
Evening Worship 730 P. 14.1 -- Madison County's conservation annual stockholders' meeting of the

; 'eayer Meeting ._., ... 7:30) ,P. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 10:30 11:00 Music Music Unlimited Unlimited State Road Department and MadIson problems through work they per- Florida Bank at Madison will be heldat

;''i)urch' Business Meeting FlntWednesday CHURCH County, petitioners vs G W formed under the 1959 Agricultural the office of tne bank on Thursday
11:15 Public Service
night of each month. Lewis et al, defendants. On motion Conservation program on their individual January 14th 1960, at 11:00

Brotherhood and W. *t U. Second,' Preaching (Services every Sunday 1130 12:00 World Record News Session of defendants CaWe-B and : farms, says John Cone o'clock A. M., for the purpose of .

Thursday night of each montft. Homing Service 11:00 A. M.l 12:15 F.M. Noontime Notes Harry Sherrod, ordered that $350. Chairman of the Madison County electing a Board or Directors for

Drenching Service!! Every Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. )!. Talk be paid W Turner Wallis & Asses 'Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation the ensuing year, and for the transaction -
12:30 Of The Town
Worship With Va.' Sunday School every' Sunday at 12:40 Uncle Ned dates for engineering services performed Committee. of such other business as

tCome SAPP Pastor 10:00 A. H. 12:45 State News for said defendants In this Major conservation practices may properly come before the

BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. case. carried out included permanent stockholders in annual session.
1250 Farm News
CHURCH
I' LEE BAPTIST Pastor Prayer Meeting every Wednesdayat Weather Disabilities of non-age removed pastures wells for live stock forest A. G. HERRING Cashier. .
1255 News
REV. I. T. CARTER 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood front James David Howard.40WERTON improvement, terraces and summer Tan. 1-8-60
IKK \ HUIbllly Hit Parade
Cervices every Sunday. I first Thursday even and winter cover crops. ,
/"Sunday School ,............. 10:00 a. m.i lib t News SUPPLYCOMPANY COUNTY COURT .
month at 7:30 P. M. Through the ACP the Government
Horning Worship' 11:60 a. m. 2:00 Gospel Time NAVACO AWNINGS "
Everybody Welcome. shares with farmers the costs James Aaron Williams, failure to
.
Chaining Union ......,.... 7:00 p. m. 2:30 Public Service
COillNS. at rough highway, sentence
REV. J. R. : Pastes. SOc. of carrying out approved conservationspractices. stop
-Evehing Worship 8:00 p. m 2:45 "4 Afternoon Melodies Jumbo Hamburgers This assistance withheld..

Tfrayer.. Meeting Wed. .... 7:30 p. m. MADISON CHURCH' OF CHRIST 255 gf World & State News Choicest of Steaks and 'Sea amounts- to approximately half the Jessie Akins, drunkenness, $25 or

...7JW06ELEY HALL BAPTIST 701 South Range 3:00 "'*" Afternoon Melodies Foods at WHITE TOP cost of performing the practice. The .,thirty days.
Bible Study __ logo.A. M. 3:45 ... Public Service Curies
f;< CHURCH T INonUSNob3, :farmer'pays his half m cash, labor Mavrn Buddy driving
4.00 News DR
'TU& 7ACK IAMB' :.. Factor Lord's Supper and ,, materials, or use of 'equipment. without license. $20 or thirty days.
--Board offJDeacons. Edification .. .... 11:00 A. M. 4:05 Request Parade south of Madison. S-1t-ch -.....
S.;R. Sapp Chairman '*
w 455 World & state News
Blue Study __ 7:00 P. M. *
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preaching ,._...,,.,... 7:30 P. M. 5:00 Request Parade
'tv! Bailey BTU Director Ladles Qa+ s _,._._. Tntntdays 6:45 Sports Highlight* .
Cruse '..M.. Associate Director 6:00 World News Gtodyear Tires $1195

35croy! Cruse ,,-.., S. S. Supt 'NEW HOPEFUL 6:15 Twili&ht Tunes

MiSs Merle Bass ---1.. Song Leader MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 655 Jfews. 60x15, AU-Weather, tube-type. FUEL-MORE FUEL

'Sirs Joftntta Cruse PiaeJrtSanday Services every first and third 7:00 Sign Off plus lax and recappable tire. .
Sundays at,11'a.. RL, and 8:00 PL m PROGRAMS SUBJECT' Z'0CHAtr'GE '
Sdhool. ,........., ;ieoA.: M 10MJ
Sunday, School every Sunday WITHOUT NOTICEBtwertM ; MES'SERBtfery&tireCf.,
3t scning WOTSt1i 11OO.A. M. .
... .p a., m.Tralning .
c tWeD ..... 7... P. M.8KX ,,UaI.. every' : sunday 7: 30Sr G-E _
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