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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 15, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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PUBLISHED IN THE EDUCATIONAL AGRICULTURAL AN'p. INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF NORTH FLORIDA 'It


VOL. LIX No. 20 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY JANUARY lath i960 Madison Florida Pdee ]QC Yearly Subscription $3.75 ; Delayed Renewals *4.0tt

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A G (Fish) Herring and C (Boogie) Schnitker. Mr ., 1t- \

Herring is now vice-president and: cashier. Mr. Schnitkeris ,..
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:" 5i Bank when it opened in 1931. He was elected assist- .

ant cashier Jan. 15, 1932 and cashier on Jan 22, 1943. t A n

tj j / He is a member of the Rotary Gab and :Methodist church. .'

jI'I".', : ; J& He is married to the former Allee Vann. Their twd children : I

,;: are A G Jr in Jacksonville and Mrs Jack Gardner of i

Tallahassee. They have"two grandchildren :*-.t '.,
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s b ., Bank at Madison in June.. 1947 as a .teller.. In 1951 he :

Ni' joined the Air Force and served four'years. In 1955 he I., ( ,

tr e M 1d "5 : returned to the Florida Bank as',assistant cashier in the \ ;"," .

r L & D department. :In Jan( 1959 Jie, was ,promoted\ to..! ": Ii.... ,
assistant vice-president He istmarriecl '!OthQ.f'orm'El\.c: $ ,: _
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f' ''' Dr Oscar Beck was presented ,
{ <' port of thisvtars: campaign -and
with a certificate of appreciation
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-.. for his fine work as County Chair* Beck then showed a Marchof ;
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Mr and Mrs A J Mintoa of Jacksonville Kay. 1960, primary election ;wtt OAK'11ILL NEWS FOR SCHOOL BOARD }t

f t l spent the week end with be open every day* in .the officeof a
Mr and 'Mrs Frank the Supervisor of Registration .
Rutherford,and !t' # DISTRICT NO. 2
through January, February and 't
family. Sw Mr and Mrs J L Revels recently MADISON COUNTY FLORIDA i
,, Mr M E Whitty of Jacksonville March.If '. -4 R t'J J returned from a vacation trip that I have discharged my duties to>
name Saturday night for- Mi overrnight your registered in 1958 or F ,took in large portions of the U S, the best of my abilities in an
visit with ttr and. ,Mr* S E' since, you are OK for voting and w beginning with Ft Myers. They then honest progressive and economicalway.
do not have to
a 'Whitty. reregister '1" drove their car to Jacksonville and Our children's interests and

Mrs N B Ponder entered! the ARTHUR E. RAGANSSupervisor left it to climb aboard a planefor betterment have always been upper

Madison County 'hospital Sunday of Registration. Charlotte N C Levittown, Pa most in my mind and efforts. I
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,night, seriously ill. She has been in < and Aurora, HI. via Chicago. They hereby solicit your vote and sup.

,bad health for several months KOREAN WOMAN. TO \, visited friends In all these places. port in the :May 1960 Democratic

3 Mr and Mrs Leslie Williams and SPEAK THERE b Welcome home, Jess and EtheL primaries for re-election as your
: |daughter Betty and Leslie Jr of s Mr and Mrs Martin Reaves and School Board Member from District
Mrs :Induld Pahk born In Koreaof \ '
e; "Plant City were dinner guests Sun family of Lee were dinner guests Two.
;;1 ,day of Mr and Mrs John Hodnett a confuciunist father and 1: a Sunday of Mr and Mrs Wilborn Sincerely

:.and family Byddhist mother but converted to Reaves. l .RUSS DUGAN .

Mr and Mrs R L, Williams, Miss Christianity at a very early age Joe Keeling son of Mr and Mrs! \
Rada Williams and Cary went to will be guest speaker at both services Vlllle Keeling, underwent surgery BAND PARENTS

Gainesville Sunday for a visit with Sunday Jan 17, at the First Saturday at Pine View General. We

i f. llr and Mrs Howard Williams. Methodist church. Mrs Pahk ,re- wish. him a speedy recovery Band Parents will meet next
,r *:Rev and Mrs Curtis McMullen of ceived her early training in Christian Miss Anne Hall spent Sunday Monday evening at 7 o'clock in the

Mayo: came Tuesday for a visit with I Missionary schools in Korea with Mr and Mrs Belton Buchanan Band Hall. ., : '
:Mr and Mrs R W McMullen and l and later she came to America 'to and family. Also visiting them durIng -
their son Robert who had study at Wesleyan She holds I
ito get the day were Mr and Mrs
:been In the ]Madison County hose the distinction of having been the Clarence Buchanan and Mr and Mrs FOR SUPERVISOR OF

pltal for medical treatment. first Korean .woman in 4000 years Bernard Cox and family. REGISTRATION: I '

The Rev EV McDougal, Mrs to write a book in the English. Mrs R P Buchanan. Mrs Bobby -
Louis Searcy and Mrs A E Ragans language: combinations I respectfully announce that 1 am -
One of the country's top twin-Steinway concert: Buchananand Mrs R L Crafton
attended the District Conference in Rev Paul 'Touchton, pastor says a candidate for the) office of Super
Stecher and Horowitz will be presented as the next number in attended JH D Council Friday Mrs
Monticello Monday.Mr her testimony will be a great challenge visor of Registration of Madison
the North Florida Junior College Artist Series on Tuesday, Jan- lobby Buchanan was appointed
.. and Mrs WUlard Davis and to the continuation of Chris County subject to the Democratic
19 at 8:15 P. it The concert will be held at the Madison Council Health and Safety Chairman
son Frank were business visitorsin tian Missions. .; uary for this primaries In May 1960. I promise;
Woman Club. year. honest conscientious and courteous'I' .
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Live Oak Monday. Enroute. they
Mr and Mrs Bill Fourakers and
stopped over in Lee for a visit with FOR SUPERVISOR Nine years ago this past Jane. Melvin Stecher and Norman Shirley and Mrs R L Crafton spent service to all if you elect me to

relatives.Mr Elsewhere in this issue W B Horowitz became Stecher and Horowitz, duo-pianists. Each hada Saturday{ on Toms Creek fishIng. this office. I earnestly solicit your

Leon McMullen & having a (Bailey) Wynn is announcing his highly creditable list of symphony and solo performances; ifr Crafton spent the day near vote and support.

room added to his new home. When randidacy for Supervisor of Regis- neither had reached the age of 20. there deer hunting. Still no deer Sincerely

it is completed his'sister and.brother-1 tration. Mr Wynn is the second i Solidly grounded In the classics: ardent end intensive studentsof and no fish either. But we did see I,. t W. B. (BAILEY) WYNN

''In-law, Mr and Mrs Madison Albrit candidate to throw his hat both their Instrument and "literature. Stecher and Horo- a coal black fox squirrel a deer stressed the urgent need to accelerate -

ton, will make their home, with him. county into ring. Russ Dugan witz are youthfully open-minded, and mindful of today's taste. wallow an Indian mound the old the work with our prayers

.. had previously the political announced for reelection Their pairing of virtuosity and versatility Is evident In the Turner bridge site and some Interesting and offerings while we have the

BASKETBALL GAME is stretch of their repertoire the scope' of their activities. fossils. opportunity. During the business
for School Board and WMU of Pinetta First Baptist met session Mrs Morrison was
following
J ... The Stecher and Horowitz first became known to the
I '.:-,... < .. ,'", .. A'......'':' the first ,announced ","candidate. name at the church Monday night for elected assistant secretary. Plans
"" _public when the featured engagement
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4 young menerne
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ArkariaaiTravelers ------- Cuba : WMU Rally
dAD'11g1r1J Service Mrs T T completed for
; team .the ------------- loyal on were f
will playa'Greenville Claude Wilson of Houston Texas at the Radio: GUy Music Hall. They gave: a total of 84 per-* Y forrison,k,assisted by several mem- to be held here Jan. 18. We regret

town team in basketball ,next enroute on a tour of South Florida formances that famous hall where the names of so many; of hers, presented an inspiring re- I Mrs W L Wyritt was unable. to
today's most noted artists became household words. sums work in Cuba. She I of illness!
'Tuesday night in GNe1 vUJe., visited relatives here this week. ,,a of Baptist be present on account ..


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PAGE TWO THE :EXTERPRISE-RECORDEE, MADISON FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 15th, I960 *

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Lkdies'; & Children'sAT 54 On All Materials

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'h REG. 98c to $1 98
rFORTUNET: -' DATE BOOK STORY-BOOK P 4 tia .
Wash 'N Wear Prints, cotton satin. ,.

JpressesSldrtsSweatersBlouses Lady and Gingham. Wainsutta- '-;

Voile, 5-J.ln Woven Treasures .
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I The devout ffcroar to take vp the areai oo fke mast path share .. r f. PER
: > s ;' :' m Roman centurion once hal to draft a worker to kelp the sine
ding Jesus with bis tordetu (Jordan) NOW .
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AND OTHER ITEMS REDUCED I. Mrs D B Fox of Jacksonville is Mrs Minnie Moore of Lee is recovering REG. 89 and.98c.' ;

visiting relatives here. satisfactorily at the local. : .
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hospital following surgery on Monday .
Dotted Swiss Indianhead EVergl laze
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THE SALE CONTINUES SATURDAY -x- prints Sport Denim.

Mrs Neal Law has a position 4S

JAMARYm with the Madison Coca-Cola Bottling ," C
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\ "SHOP. FOR,' QUALITY AT LOWER PRICES' .- ".., '. .'
TOP.; f 'j NOW
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; IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY.IN REG. 59c to 98c : .
9 toaPhone CHANCERY.T M 4 1'-
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a ze Gflbreatb. Plaintiff. ,
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WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS' .4 Alice English fcflbreath. Defendant *. Batiste, Bro, dclOth.; %21 4 :;.

Insurant DIVORCETO ..,
/.r HU 3-8799 Madison, Florida in : Alice nglish GUbreaUi. '...,,"....... ., \,. #f'. PER YD C
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whose ra1dtnce.and addre* are !; o'V' 4.' '
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You ,are hereby notified that a .
Don't let your friendly, Over the years your Farm Bull of Complaint for Divorce has :.

s1Iiarge courteous competitors do all Bureau Insurance Companies been filed against you, and you are
have pioneered in providing protection
the advertising! Dial The E-R, and benefits for farmers required to serve a copy of your .,
throat their Farm Bureau In Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
A slight charge is made fort BU 3-6361, and say, "Gimme uranc* policies. I complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney .

,. A ALL ENTERTAINMENT!. wf&d, Mrs Wilson." Now, with more than .540,* R E Cowart whose addressis
OOO potictca in force Farm
NOTICES Bureau Insurant Companies your Madison: Florida and file the 'WWWWRRAi
l (regardless of sponsor) ', NOTICE TO ALL'NEWHOMUTEADER8n are the latjett group of insure original answer or Pleading in the

ALL NOTICES OF MONEY. : anc companies in the world office of the Clerk of the Circuit Jumbo Hamburgers 30c GOLF ASSOCIATION'
RAISING PROJECTS writing insurance designed: for Court in and for Madison County ENTERTAINS S
and ranchers. Choicest of Steaks and Sea
I regardless of sponsor) All new home owners are required farmers With assets of over$360,000* Florida on or before the 9th day of -

:'m ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE under the law to file an applicationwith <.OO. your Farm Bureau Insurance February, A. D; 1960. If you fail: Foods at WHITE TOP The Women's Golf Association

.., t ,'- ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY this office for your Home Companies provide you to do so, Decree Pro Confesso will DRIVE-IN on U S No; .63, entertained women golfers 'from
< KIND stead Exemption before' April 1st with insurance of financial be entered against you for the relief Live Oak and Quincy at a game
All Homesteaders who receivedthe soundness. 4 south of Madtton f3&chPRESBYTERIAN ; and lUncheon' the Madison
(regardless of organization) consider insurance demanded in the Bill of Complaint. Friday at
When .
exemption for 1959 will receive you it's The, Enterprise-Recorder is here- Country Club. .
good
Prices reasonable. Rising pro for your own needs a
are ALL an application card for your re- idea to talk with your local by designated as the newspaper in WOMEN Mrs A P Edgerly and :Mrs C W
duction costs force us to ;lvoaalt newal and return \ >/ ,; Cantey luncheon hostesses and
so please sign Farm Bureau Insurance afent. which saId order shall be published were
IREE ADVERTISING: ...:: the card by mall to this. office be once a week for, four consecutive At the Presbyterian women of served chicken tetrazini vegetables,

I f THE ENTERPRtsE-JW.CQRJDt? fore April 1st. Southern' Farm Bircji weeks. '. the church meeting; Monday afterJ J I salad German chocolate cake and

& f i H. ., Please nuke your return to this ,I" Witness my hand. ,and &pfflciJ noon a program on the coffee. S '
1 Candidates-- Panliaodling 'office before April Istsfor; intangible seal this 6th day of January A. D, work of the r churchmras i I"G itflhalf: w ere awarded to a

;Voters ca 1't shako you down and personal .property. for the Insurance Co. (SEAL) presented by 1.trs'T C Gibson. Mrs number SftisJtors't" \ for best scores.
,year 1960. : DALE M. LESLIE; Clerk Or- John Dovjak. Mrs 1 M DuRant f; _
:when you talk to 'em in' an E-R A. H. ARMSTRONG, ,. .. KERMIT HORNE cult Court. Mrs Walter Harris and Mrs T C B tEl", LOSES
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,/Ad.; .1 Tax Assessor Madison County.Breeden's BOX 38 HU 3-6665 1960. .,, jJ"" Merchant Jr. Mrs George Gandy was -

:MADISON, FLORIDA g,4t-d1 leader and read the scripture.Mrs Madison High School's B basketball .
Sale continues through : DuRant presided over the team lost an overtime game to

Jan 23rd. 'See this week's ad in theE State Bank,No. 54 business session wheif the' budget Florida High last Friday night 50

iHdJear Tires $12.95' -R for the new specials. REPORT OF CONDITION OF for this year was adopted: to 44. Butch Baker was high man

'. for Madison with 17 points while
BANK OF GREENVILLE .
S 670 15 'AD-Weather tttbe-1 MOTHER OF LOCAt..MAN DIES Charles Lolley was top for the
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of Greenville in the State of Florida at the close of fcsiness'on December Mrs Edwin E Hadden accompaniedher
winners with 12. .
and Hr .
plus tax recaffaUe s. .vRev y._
I 31* 1959. daughter, Mrs Charles Campbell .
Eddie Green ae,73: brother of 1
I ASSETS to.her home in Kissimmee last

lESSER Wiley of Green Haflaatea of mason Cafety, ,,died ft resident Jan.I'I Cash balances with other banks. Including; \.Urd%S \ Saturday for a short visit. >Methodist Paul District Touchton'Conference attended in a

reserve balances, and cash items In Monticello MondayRadiator
'12 at Ho1JYwNt.8 Services will be process of collection **' \ "', 1U 415,04908 ,,'
Battery i fire Ct. held 3 FrMay in Corinth G-E Appliances
: at p m United States Government obligations, direct Repairing'McWILLIAMS
Interment '
Church ear Jasper. and guaranteed 847,395.00
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"; will be .In Co iW5|Cemetery. Loans and discounts (including 136.45 overdrafts) 604.682.63TOTAL I Howerton Supply Co.CAMPING GARAGE;

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,. individuals LIABILITIESDemand '' | EQUIPMENT I I

: .Patterson-Jones deposits of part
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S and corporations! \662.906,42
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Time deposits of: individuals, partnerships
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S ..... and corporations : ... .. 677,51133: Pup Tents . $5.95 6-Piece Aluminum
i Mess Kits .. $1.98
Complete with poles &
Deposits of United States Government including

January Shoe CLearance postal savings, $*" 5- 9,22L.c4Deposlta.of peg

States and political subdivisions%, .. 247,207.94 Genuine
', Army New .Army Folding
Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc,) _<"A .1,507.53'!Jo"" Canteens ...u.. 9Sc Shovel' . $1.98
TOTAL DEPOSITS $$1,698,356.63;
th.t'p..p. '. With Covers With Cases7x7Wall
; Other liabilities / ::: ..' 10,$58.56
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TOTAL LIABILITIES ;, $i609.245.24; Packs . . $1.49
r.: J.-? !!, t Tents .. .. $14.95

I 1 your "l : '" t ..: Complete With.; Straps Complete With, Poles and
r > : CAPITAL. +ACaCO UNTB Pegs,
: r. ,' 32009.00 Army Type Camp
'. Capital < j 4
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: ; -( Surplus S ? \ +200000.00 Hatchets ... $1.39 Shoulder .

rlUtfl'i '.' Undivided proflti\. ( *: r i.8S1.S7 Pack :. . $1.49

: a '... .:..A i 5x7 Wall : Machetes .. $1.98
: : TOTAL CAPITAL 'ACCOUNTS 1,8$1..51 Tents :: $12.9oComplete >> With Case

With Poles and

.:' i DRASTIC I' TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL5.. ACCQUNTS $1,867,126.81. Pegs' JungleHammocks
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;'" ., Field Packs $2.98 '
This bank's capital consist of: .
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value $32,000.001 Air
Common stock with total par of, Genuine ArmySleeping -
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Mattresses $2.98
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M-C MOlt Bags $4.93,
ON SHOES Assets .ledged or assigned'to: secure liabilities and forvy; .
visrr STORE AND SAVE MONEY .. Army
other purposes I. 707500.00. Scout Knlrcs. 98c .
.... $2.98
,,' r- FOR THE ENTIRE FA IILYx', % s I; T. P. McLeod, Jr.. Cashier, of the above-named bank. do' solemnly Bayonets

i', (SWEAR-AFFIRM) that the above statement is true, and that It fully Navy New Mosquito
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and correctly represents the true state of the several matters herein Hammocks. ".: $6.95.. Bars, ?. .,.. $2.98 .
and f best of knowledge and bell f.-, '.1 : : .. .**
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ft.4- ;, f* -, .*.--* ,... Correct. Attest: s Cook Stoves 98c Blankets .. $:
: *- '. .-w:' REAMS .... J -:.. f Z :1.. 9C ..} _. _. : -98. I
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; r 1'. : 'ALDOSTA, PA and I Hereby certify that I am not an officer of this bank.
Valdosta Ca.
111 South Ashley St. ,
1. .';+. ,'. 'fIJ'. My commission: expires July 5th 1961.
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JANUARY 15th j& ., '1.0
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SHOWER"FOR. BRIDE-EIECt: '. .. :. '.
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Evelyn :
a We wish to express our deepestand 1'MREADINGT.Y '
elect was honored with a shower sincere appreciation to our .
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Tuesday night: it;'.home of MrsMargery i friends and relatives jar their kind &' ,

Roberts arid Mrs Tootsie deeds, contributions and other expressions -; .,

Day. Forty guests were present lor "of love shown during the,

the occasion and enjoyed the Illness and death of our beloved .... .. .
husband and father. i
played.Decorations.
games THE C N. JOHNSON FAMILY '
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of African violets .. .. '

and camellias were placed at vantage NFJC REGISTRATION ADS IN THEy ,

points. ,. ---- ., .
The linen covered table via .:All, .students planning to enter

centered with a white heartshapedcake North Florida Junior College for the

trimmed with pastel first time should inform the College .
as early in advance as possible. J
Small cakes were served also
The date for registration for the
with pastel icings with nuts, sand- 1960 Spring Semester Is 25. ';' S. :
January ..
wiches and coffee by the hostessesand .The Registrar's office Is in the ',4 : ., ,

co-hostesses,, Mrs .Frances Tri-County Co-op building. .
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Miss Albritton was assisted in Mrs Art Bradley of Jasper came .

opening her many lovely gifts by Monday for a visit with her son- :. ,

Mrs Moncrief and Mrs Martha in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs .
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Sale. James L'Sullivan, and new baby, .. .
Miss Albritton's marriage to James L Jr. Mrs Sullivan and baby' ""', .. "

Raymond Pinkard will be an- are now at their "nome on South .. : .

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S Mrs T C Merchant Jr entertained BIG DOINGS ABOUT 0 TO BREAK officers over Florida and neigh
27th Class Rent i.
:, her bridge club last Wednesdaywith boring states have been most activeof

l luncheon honoring Mrs late in piecing together evidence
A big burglary ring with operations
+ Frank Graham who Is leaving to that will prove astounding. ,
: ''Mr and Mrs Howard Studctill make Tampa her home. Mrs over Florida and other
entertained a number of the Madison states, and In which some of Madison 0 1 1COc!eoc 0 IOCO 0
; High School class of 1933 Fri.day Robert Mkkler was s> visitor county's burglaries may have

;:. (Except ft Kta Tickets AntI .MeMy) night of last week. Those at. playing with the members. Mrs been involved, Is about to be RaatorRepaingC,

:: tending were in addition to the Graham Wheeler won high score broken frojn indications at this

1'" II hosts Mr and Mrs Dick Baker, Mr prize and Mrs' Graham' was presented Sheriff Moore of this kWnilfiHS GARAGE
: fefitl"Mrs Jack Wade, Mr and Mrs with i farewell gift from writing.
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:. Sheriff Parrish, -of Polk ..
i..ft. y 'Bill Smith, Miss Thursa Williams, the club county '" '
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11- SMITH" CORONAStandard ,., I Miss ElIse DeLoach, Mr and Mrs county "" "''''
I Pete Noegel of Miami, and Mr and Mrs F E Naughton was hostessto

Mrs T C Merchant, Jr. her bridge club Wednesday with Bank No 383 .

Delicious refreshments were one visitor Mrs Ashley Beggs playIng REPORT OF CONDITION OF
served. A wonderful time was had .
with the members. Club BANK AT MADISON
prizes FLORIDA .
by:the group recounting a numberof .1"
Typewriters : amusing episodes of 27 years ago. were won by Mrs J 0 Cooke Jr of Madison !In the State of Florida! at the close of business. on December, .
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and Mrs ,John Maultsby. Luncheon, '
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31, 1959.) < a t ...
: FLYING TO MEXICOMr was served on arrival of the guests.x .i ASSETS .... .
o', .. Cash, balances with other banks including .
.. balances and cash Items in .
reserve ;
#" -: ... .., Machines ...:: and Mrs Stanley Williamsleft Guests from Madison attending process of collection ,". 't.r 323,175.91UDlted \!! .
S ..'., f./Adding .. "_" Thursday on an air trip to a. dinner party Saturday evening Government direct -, .* '.
States obligations :
.'. Mexico. City along with several given, by Mr and Mrs William : : "
: and 1,728,750.00Obligations
other Coca-Cola Bottlers whose Tomlinson at theirhome In Tallahassee guaranteed '
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and 4 613811.19
of States political subdivisions /
plants had outstanding records in were :Mr and Mrs W B -
Loans and discounts (including $ None overdrafts) 1234025.59

And Cash Registers 1959., -, Clark, Mr' and Mrs C'". E Russell, Bank premises owned' $1000.00, fnrnltare and. ', ,.:.... .. .
Kr and MrsG8rdon AsHey, Miss ...
. NINE MILLION A MONTH Phillis Parramore and Dr .Jack fixtures*$11,619.48 v. .. .. 12,619.43
Other assets 13.473112t
Brinson. Abc attending were Mr :

Bob Lay was guest speaker at and Mrs J L StadstQl of Panama .
the Rotary Cub meeting Wednes- I TOTAL ASSETS r i $3,925,855.89

Underwood & Smith day and brought an interesting report ,Qty. LIABILITIES -
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+. Demand of Individuals
r 051 the big missile Installationat ----- deposits | partnership, >% ,
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f' Cape Canaveral. He said that 1"= 0T0 =! MAIDS and corporations f 1,799,382.69!

formerly some of the operationswere Time deposits of 'individuals, partnerships .'

: Corona PortableTypewriters called by reporters failures and corporations .. 898,344.28Deposits

:;...; eten though they accomplished of United States Government (Including ,. '
postal savings) Y 102,406.40
what they were designed to do,
:1 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 493,845.27
officials the
and so later the at
Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 192,022.03.
.r Cape adopted a policy of admitting Speed h VillainIn TOTAL DEPOSITS $3,486,000.67Other '
newsman and so long as It was not .
liabilities *' ,.. 66,809.00
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of the operation. He said that the a 1 Ii ;
B, Mardaa f.lmuosBode. TOTAL LIABILITIES! $3,542,809.f .6'4
Installation has roll of nine Ctmriumt 'I
a pay Softer
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: : > 7* CAPITAL ACCOUNTS] .
: Metal And Wood million dollars 'a month. NEW YORK-R wend oa-j Capital't' 1 ,:. :- :';<; ir ; 100000.00

+ Visitors included Rotarian Nor believable bat speeding it the Surplus: 150,000.00
number cuxtiiuituiy viol.tion *
Protsman of Live Oak, Bill ass
: man '
1 ia serious tr**** accidents Undivided profits fI 46,125.28
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:; Stokes and Robert Andrews of ia larft ronfsctad titfe*. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital 86920.9
Uadison, and four Madison High of thf.e .
1 Office FmiNtwe Sftocty per coot sot \
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School students: Joan Brown, izTvoivc pcdntnam.Tfch TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUN'fS. 383046.22
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Susan McCoy SuEDen! Seals and U th.v.4 .,StMbca P.
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-.w Dew. lfew York fa ...
This bank's capital consists: of:. --
.r dae e..e Dstfk.etsemtdtiler t
: .T : WITH BREAKING ht the world. Mars tkmm Common stock with total par value of .$100,000.00 .
: + UNDERWOOD t INTO SCHOOL BUILDING. two mllUoa.. carm.... It* erawded MEMORANDA' ,

stress Dr'AaxmlIC' Assets '
pledged or assigned to secure liabilities andfbr.
Joseph F Provan was arrested to 0 L.a.txwr -
r r 1I Kennedy. UM nest two primeCJIIUM other purposes 984,000.00
Sheriff Moore
: : at,Lee Saturday by ct motet vcfaidc accidcntaia I. A. G. Herring as Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly, .

BURROUGHS ,: and Policeman Sever and charged a burn city an; FoQowinc too. (SWEAR-AFFIRM) that the above statement Is true, and that it' fully
Into the Lee doichr behind the car ahead.ad
broken
with having
> tiart to yWd the debt ot /' ,and correctly represents the true state of the several matters hereto
last night -
school buDding Thursday W1'. i contained and set forth, to the beat of nry knowledge and'bed
with Intent to commit petit larceny. 'lay pisses .c M ate amcTcA '. A. G. HERRING, .
ti t Bond was set at $500 which by the latozicitad drirtf. ,I
AnOII
AIM tivlMMf'ADDINfi' Correct Attest
.. ... .... of bad not been given at this writing ccmAoettd too, be Mid by.In oar a aftty recent ejoca study* .**. 'l. L/BRINSON-- : *,. -*> J

; ":-. ,I. '\ -. tips oeperttoeot fat cooperation I : J. M. DuRANT ;
; Charles Tibbals who received w*L UM chkf medicml oaainw
GIBSON
T. C.
." to In tractor-. w. leaned that half of the drfr- .
MACHINES head Injury a
,,. serious I'N0 were killed inctaatlyor Director '
'" t. acddent Monday night on the & A wiihin boon after "
auto 24 aaaccident *
State of Florida, County of Madison :
vader tbecaeeoCelcQboL bike ,
Perry road about six miles sooth were
out of coma Sworn to and subscribed before me this, llth day of January I960,

S of Wednesday Madison at came the local hospital _-La&a.l ti ai.sxa.Irteoskatelt 1.... ...... r.'ry-i.,. tad I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of? this, bank

OFFICE SUPPLIES and recognized members of bramD la tte tom eocordinr to the PATSY H SANDERSON, Notary Public

+ ,. His 'condition Is now considered tiiniMlumi: r meet pedeetziea Notary Public State of Florida at large. My Commission Expires ,

favorable. 'He received BO ac:P.Af.cats: most occor noo-icdcxtiiaa between 5 andS ao December 10, 1962 Bonded by American Surety Co. of N. Y. '

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PAGE FOUR THE ENTEPBL2E-RE RDE; MADISOJ/. FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY istn, i960

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VISTAS TOWARD YESTERDAY mind! that the Suwannee was an H D COUNCILThe

important navigable waterway In i ,

iEarly.Heavy Industry In Madison those days, open to ships as far highlight of Madison County
County up as the "Second Mineral Spring," Senior H D' Council meeting Jan

now White Springs. The river was 8 was the impressive candlelight Installation
toed naturally both In securing:
I in this or of new officers with Mrs
Very few people area
supplies and In transporting products '
Florida know that an Important from Industrial Ellaville. I Harry Cochran f Installing officer.

heavy Industry once flourished in CURTAINSThe Those installed were Mrs Audrey 5Jft1SON

Madison County. This heavy Industry saw mill and factory and, McCullough. ,Pres; Mrs Hattie [

consisted of the manufacture of with them, the population of EHa, Seals. V Pros; Mrs R, L Crafton,!
railroads of
for the I
freight cars
vile flourished throughout >ttfe Sect; Mrs Annie McClune Tress
Florida. The plant was located In
1880's and the early 'ears.ot-*e '
Ellaville in the 1880's. This Indus- ) Mrs A Gentry, able outgoing president
the old
1890's. Near the close of
try was in full swing at Ellaville in century, with the timber supply was presented with a post
the years during which the large the wheels. of president pin. Concluding this
drastically depleted,
saw and planing mills there were lovely; ceremony each officer was
industry, first slackening in pace,
owned and operated by L Budd and came one day to a final stop. Many presented with a corsage. For Another Week

Son. The car plant was owned by of the people moved elsewhere and, .. Mrs John Thlgpen. gave the. de-

Blaine Brothers, with headquartersIn gradually, the site of this* mighty votional, using Deut UUas.

Huntington, Pennsylvania.The enterprise was re-captured by the text and Mrs Seals led. In prayer. I

an important town of population Ellaville in center 1885 was of dense this lonely forest locale Today,will the find visitor only to The treasurer's report showed THRU SATURDAY, JAN. 23'AT

council in good financial condit .
for
North Florida. Census figures .
scattered reminders of a former ( '11
Madison County that' year show day, 'a few broken bricks) and, here Ion Reports from Health and Safe- .. 'S
that Greenville had a population of and there, rusty pieces of the old ty chmn reminded us that walking : !

150 people; Lee, 100; Madison machinery. However, If he be Imaginative was ,fun as well as relaxing and

1,000; Moseley Hall 250; West. he may hear, perchancethe good for us. Also be careful about rl :

Farm, 65; while Ellaville, second splash of logs, in the,WIthla disposing of used razor blades. !
in Madison County,: ,
town
largest BREEDENS'FASHION
coochee, the buzz of saws, the ringof Mrs Bobby Buchanan reported re- .
-boosted 800 people. The town was:
blast
and the distant
hammers'
owned almost exclusively by the modeling of her home. 4-H Christmas -
of a river steamer coming up the
was reported a huge
Buck interests. party
for rich
Suwannee cargo.
Ellaville was first settled around LESSONS: FROM a THE PAST success with 100 attending. Five ;

1870. It was located on the line of Many are skeptical as to the clubs reported cake decorating & GIFT SHOP

the Florida Railway and Navigation value of looking back towards:, the demonstrations carried out Local

Company. Some of the institutions days which "have filed into the obligation concerning National HD

shown in 1885, were three general Irretrievable past. However, a great visit to Florida was decided. Located In The Setzer Shopping Center Madison Florida

stores, a school, two churches, a man has said, "They who take no Mrs Almon Zipperer remindedus :
steam saw mill, a car factory, a
themselves
of find
thought ,the
past may
machine shop, a cane mill, a Western of these important dates: Stock ,
The devel-
without future.
Union Telegraph Company Of- opmental history a of Madison Countyis Show and Sale with H D Council 33ft to 401 OFF

ice a Post Office, a Masonic Lodge, a very valuable part of Its cultural handling food concession as usual
an Oddfellows Hall, and a Fire Hall heritage. This history shouldbe Feb 29 March 1. Food and Nu-

for "Suwannee Fire Group Number accurately ferreted but, skillfully trition School beginning March 4,

i. One. and beautifully written, widely running each Friday night 'til '
I Mr Wantcn S Webb, publisher of ALL WINTER
MERCHANDISE
published, and faithfully preserved. husbands
"Webb's Historical, Industrial, and I April 8. Everyone Including
Biographical Florida" says In referring Besides, there comes across the Invited. State Council and
and oVer lesson
years, over gain, a "
"The car Short Course July 18-22.
to this period
from all the really great buildersof
factory here Is an Important enter- Madison County and North Chairmen for new year were

prise and It Is building freight cars Florida. These meet and women appointed as follows: Mrs Bernice ladies

very extensively" for the Florida spent no time in'vain-glorious and Catledge. Clothing; Mrs Louise Misses & Ladies : LADIES HATS
notes
Railroads. Mr Webb also chauvinistic: "boosting. They addressed Wells, Food and Nutrition Mrs

0 that the town received mall each their talents, time, and wills Bobby Buchanan, Health and Safety -

day except Sunday. Ellaville was to creating something about whichto ; Mrs Rena Cochran Home Im- Dresses in Regular Coats 33% OFF Values From 10.95 to 22.95 ,
economically dependent, almost en-
boast. They believed in the profound Smith .
tirely, upon the large steam sawmills and wisdom provement; Mrs Catherine ,

and the freight car industry.At attributed. to Ralph ever-pertinent Waldo Emerson, Home Industries and Marketing; & Half Sizes2forlSaIe NOW $5.00 EACH

one time' housing was provided Mrs Wanda Brown and Mrs Annie
'If a man can write a letter poem.prt.am ,
by the lumber company for a better sermon, or build McClune, Recreation; Mrs PhWp'Smith Values From 6.95 to 10.95

four-hundred employees along with a t better mousetrap than his"neighbor 4-H; Mrs John Thlgpen/ .

their families. It Is estimated that though he build- his house.,In family Life; Mrs Louise Vkkers,
This Special begins Friday NOW EACH
more the value than of one-half capital investments million dollars.was the wilderness, the world Hvill make" Civil Defense; Reporter, Mrs R L morning, Jan 15, and runs $3.00

a well-beaten path to his door. Crafton, Mrs Lois Hughey is dele- > .
thru
The ,lumber-producing industry -EDWIN B. BROWNING Jan 23.
owned 150,000 acres of choice tim- gate to State council with Mrs
ber lands. The large general store Ruth Reams alternate. Roll call Buy 6ne at the regular JEWELRY4OOFF

did more than $100,000.00 in business PRIZE WINNERS ATCOUNTRY showed seven clubs representedwith price and get a free one of
CLUB LADIES' GOLF
annually. attendance of about twenty- the same value.

TRAGEDY AND RESURGENCE' Winners in ;- Ladles"t' Golf five. A covered dish lunch concluded AH Girls & BoysClothing
Stark tragedy stalked the plant
on games last Friday at the Country the program of business.
July 7 1884. The Industrial Installation
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" Club when the Madison Ladies' and fellowship. Ladies'SlipsWhite
d troyed by'a
was completely
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Golf Association was host to Quincy
disastrous fire. probab'ly the '
;restored and Live Oak lady are''an .
plant was-nerer-quite as: big golfers GREENVILLE LOSES .BY ... and Black SWEATERSLadies .
nounced. : "
) ONE POINT f {

tiestroyed. to!Low Mrs Gross Clemma for the Gay,\4sltorstent of Quincy, -.-;-- Were 8.98 NOW Girls & Boys, 33% OFF

rapid.. / Within a relatively short and low putts was won by Mrs Greenville High School's basketball ,

time, the mills were producing 30 Helen Griffin of Quincy. Mrs Nell team lost a thriller to' Monti-
million feet of lumber each ALL 33 OFF Excellent Values
year $5.98 %
won Madison
Cantey low gross for cello Tuesday night by one point,
which out and
much of was cured _
and low putts was won by Mrs
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mills. 39 to 40. Bunky Scruggs was top
the
then processed by planing
At one time the car ''factory had Alice Williams on a draw. scorer for Monticello with 14 .. ,

orders for 400 box and flat cars. :Madison pro, Jesse' Watson, presented points while Roy Kinsey accountedfor These are but a few of the wonderful bargains you! will find when
tye# prizes of the day, and
Those who have written of Ella- of 17 points for Greenville you visit our store during the next 8 days. Come in and see for
those won during the month.
ville in this period were careful to De mber. yourself. You will be glad you did.

point out that the municipality, Mrs J W Chason And Mrs Joe ALL SALES CASH AND FINAL

though. something of a boom town, levan won the balls during December. County.C.irt
"had! no saloon and, consequently, ,
119' idlers or disorderly It, --, .
persons. The next monthly luncheon will ENTERTAINS HOMEMAKERS airs 'J"L entertained her
Candidates Wyche
Randall Choice speeding Panhandling
Is noted that under the headquarters Doctor
be held the first Friday In February. .
CLASS bridge club Tuesday afternoons with
of the fire department were two charges $25 or thirty dayson Voters can't shake you downwhen I
" located spaces and furniture fora two tables of players,, Camelliaswere
each charge.
: talk to 'em in an E-R '
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club room, a library; and bUUardS.t MADISON WINS 7th STRAIGHT Wilson Coleman. driving :Mrs C T MCWilltarns: and Miss. used to decorate the Jivingroom -
Lake '
, Y'. Logs for the saw mill, later made ."-'.... without license. $25 or thirty days. 'Ad.: > 9 s 4v.... Thorsa WilliamsvenTeraJne"d he where guesfwere entertained

. into lumber much of which was r improper tag, Homemakers Class of the Baptist Club high and second high
,
Madison High School's basketball Leo Douglas Lynn
shipped to New York and, even,
Sunday School Monday evening at score prizes were awarded to Mrs
foreign ports, were floated down team won its seventh straight $25 or thirty days Methodist Circles
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Mrs McWilliams home with -12 T C Merchant and Mrs ,C S Bla
, the Withlacoochee River. :Just. above game Tuesday night defeating Harvey E Rye, permitting unauthorized .-
the confluence of the Withlacoo Branford 91 to 69. Donnle Floyd minor to'drive sentence members present. lock.; Delicious, refreshments. ..::.'were-S
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Ghee and Suwannee was built a racked up 35 points fox1 the winners withheld. Mrs Paul McCune, president, served.informally.. '

kind of pontoon bridge to Impound while J T Kilpatrick was top for West Blue .driving without Mrs R C Dickinson entertainedthe conducted the business and MrsL I

_ the logs until they could, be pro BrariordVIth 22. license, $25 or thirty days Helen Parramore Circle Mon C Bruner, teacher, was among The hostesses served

cessed. 'Obviously,' the car factory H Pinson. stopping on highway. day afternoon with 12 members, the guests. The evening was spent cake, nuts and coffee.
Madison also won'the" T
'". secured 'much of Its materials'fromthe .. girls' game withheld. .. and the chairman,. Mrs J C Burnette.presiding. _ _ t _ _ _ _ I Ir
q saw mills It should be kept In 45 to 28. ... sentence .! Mrs Carroll Blalock read

'r the Upper Room devotional and MrsL I

C Glass gave a New Year's WE BUY YOUR PECANS IN ANY QUANTITY

.181 BULLS 181 spiritual life thought Mrs J B Davis

: : gave the last lesson in the current.

I,"; 4 study on the United Nations. At
:. the business session plans were See Us For Red Bliss Seed Irish Potatoes

t' made for the February church activi 1 .
:: OCALA BULL SALE ties. The hostess served a congealed .!f \ : ., ''p&- '
., fruit salad with coffee. :';"'s ,. .. '
course
, ,< t. fI" Mrs D P Sanders Sr entertained TRY SOME-- OF. OUR. GOOD'GA.- ':RED SWEET POTATOESSee


: ; : i Juury I! 1M 12 Noon .., members the Hadden-Morrow Mrs Howard Circle Studctill.prefcten with 10. for your: FEEDS -:GROCERIES- RUTT- .

t&t -, of WSCS, and Mrs R D us '* -: J
... .. 1 I Baker were visitors. Mrs C C Ma- :* : 't., .? ., '..

: :. ; GREATEST. BULL SALE EVER &ELD IN FLORIDA p theny read the daily Upper Roomdevotional VEGETABLES* AND OTHER NEEDS
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SEEDS
.64 HEREFORD'BULL54' LARD t
.. "' ." life thought An. Invitation by Dr .
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, '. : ,' '"'-. 71 ANGUS BULLS '-... "' ,'/ t Glen James was read by :Mrs A tfv' \ B* a & r ,
.' / < is .:NiN 'c1NdSYRUP
.... W Vann. Women In the United SEE L
',;' __ : .. {" l(? 1 27 SHORTHORN BULLS : Hr U4t' .. s- '\ r
4 .. t : Nations was the topic of the"stUdy 1 1' v. "
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t S.I -, 2 CHARBRAY BULLS .. -' 1<1 j of the world. The hostess e; t! .'
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; 1'<'1 '/. / 1 SANTA GERTRUDI3 BULL .-- ...' served a chicken salad course, nut .., I
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, cake ancj coffee.
f. ,, .. r: 'V '4*.. : 1 CHAROLAIS BULL '. .'. '*.* Mrs A P Edgerly entertained the I

,. .. 'r'.', ., # : Nude Bevan Circle with 12 URLESsoNSHU3Z395
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members and Mrs J P Johnson
1SOUlffiASTERN ..
: GRADED AND SIFTED BEFORE THE SALE- .' :
......... tw, .".... ... ;'i'-.1" chairman presiding Mrs J J New-
.IV. : : .. .. man read the Upper Room devotional
I, ;JoO" -" : LIVESTOCK PAW I .- t: and Miss Beatrice Griffin

.., .. .,.t "< .. ....I... i study* leader Introduced the new j
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SZ \ Spring study of Methodism at workin I
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ROAD TOLL
Cheerleaders )Irs B N Gross Mrs C C Wells
The Majorettes and and
Wiling Repair
CLEARANCE I SALE will conduct Road Toll for the and Pn; K Stokes leave Sunday to i

Teenagers March of Dimes Saturday attend the Furniture Market at
Electric Co.
**,. : Jan 16. at the traffic light High Point N C. Bryan

.. Range and Base streets.
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Saturday, January 16 Q; ALL WOOLENS FLANNELS

DOUBLE. FEATURE .
THE LIGHT IN THE ''FOREST, N. H. A. NEWS ; : s
Feat CORDUROYS 0 WINTER I The N H A'ers held their monthly f
In Technicolor, starring Parker, NEW HOMES
Joanne Dru, Wendell Corey. Tan COTTONS meeting Wednesdap morning Jan
6, In the cafeteria with the
between loyalty for We wfefe, uary )
..... MADISON president Rosa L Glee In charge. "' r
for thewho" .
love
parents and
BEGINS FRIDAY The followingcommittees gave reports :. WOULD YOU BUILD A NEW HOME ON
raised him-two: youag peeik DKJVE.IN:THAntgBox SALE .
; the by-laws, degree, financial YOUR LOT OR
are! caught in a wild twit of fata. ., ACRE? !
OFFICE OPENS 6:30 P. Jl and project. NP- HONEY DOWN CHECB THESE! .(
THAT KIND bF WOMAN, *** Show Starts 7.-00 P. M. JANUARY 15diRnbs The project committee told of the of''t' ., : .' I

tint Sophia Loren, Tab Buster box) given to the family that was ;' :5 SILLS. NOT 3 t ** :?

She was the kind of woman that PROGRAM burned out in November; and about \ No. 1 FLOORING NOT No." 2 '.
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could love everyone until the right the Christmas tree. sent to Madison : .
15 16 ;No. 1 SIDING NOT No. :2; fH
guy came along. She had security Friday-Saturday, January Fabric Step County hospital. *

but longed for genuine lore. A, war- DOUBLE FEATURE Interesting highlight of the Dis- ", ,* FLOOR JOISTS NOT 2xS <&* !
RETURN OF THE FLY with
time with all the angles. Car &A'd"auSarE
story trict meeting held in Blountstown
toon.Sunday.Mon'day. Vincent' Price.ALL1GATORI. MADISON, FLORIDA ALL SILLS and FLOOR JOISTS "
number those
were given by a of
: PEOPLE with Lon attending. SAME PRICE AS OTHERS THAT USE No.' 2 MATERIALAND
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i THE YOUNG PHILADELPHIANS Chaney. Color Cartoon. I Plans were made for chaptermembers j THREE SILLS
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Jo 'State .I. :
starring Paul' Newman 17-18 Jumbo Hamburgers SOc.! ; Write
Sunday-Monday January '
February 5, at Tampa.
Barbara Rush, Diane Brewster. The
DOUBLE FEATUREHOLIDAY Choicest of Steaks and Seal Ten will receive their .
girls ;
that cracked civet society -
upper ,
story Best Homes
: wide open. Young love detoured FOR LOVERS'with Foods at WHITE TOP feather weight degree; and two the Sparks
Clifton Webb and Jane Wyman.
advanced degree in the near future. '
on Philadelphia's main line DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, MADISON FLORIDA
and they were caught in the clutches GIDEON OF SCOTLAND YARD south of Madison. 3-lt-ch Adviser Marybell James, ;.
Reporter: Julia M Thorapkinf
of responsibility to family name. Color Cartoon. '
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ANNA LUCASTA, starring Classify"i "!" .. tiit., "' t" YS ,
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Igram, Frederick' O'Neal. Top entertainers 'j

in a famous stage hit AVON CALLING .: .The Citizens' Bank of Perry :; <

. : brought to the screen with all its ;". : ( :, .
; vigor. She was loved by many and Good income for women over '

despised by her own family. The 30 who will work and learn. .. .1 .
girl they are all talking'tabout We train you. Write AVON, .<1\'' ..

Box 3103 MSS, Tallahassee. j ,' ., 'If '"(<. "
DESTINATION 60,000 starring '
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daring top secret the: Jet-not unknown story in conquest of man of Pure Bred: Bulls for Sale. One : .'. '_ : ;.: : Statement of Condition ( .: : '

space. Brahma five years old weighing approximately t f J\ ,> ., -' ., 1.. .
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Herefords four old '- r'
good one years ,:
HOUND-DOG MAN, In cinema- and one two years ,old. All these .\? .....' .. t : .:"} 'I "" '" .,. ', '. ,.;;.:. .
Scope and DeLuxe color, starring bulls very gentle and proven A .!I' :, 1. };3', ", ,
the famous Fabian and 'Carol Lyn- ) "d. .,; "', .
breeders. ADAM WEISZ, R 3, .
f: iDecemBer 31 1959 '
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been waiting for. A story that'swarm ....*., ""H ... "' .. ;"
with entertainment. First FQR RENT:. New 3-bedroom house .' oj.."'h' V. .:..-. Y, i "
Pat and Lake conveniences .. ... '"f"\ '! .. '
Elvis, then Boone now Fad on Cherry all- 1It' ,'" } Qt. .. 'r'J

.titan, the singing sensation of phone and fishing rights. Also ... -. :.,, ... ; f :,. :: t. }.... : t. .: 'Z' '
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Haleey, Yvonne Lh e. He left tenant; available around February .p --' -< t.. '%, '," ,....., 8" ".1 :; ASSETSlisKfAnd ,,t"1'1oi" ,.

crowded and wouldn't face his fears. 1st J 0 MdbONALD, Pinetta, .! ;; '.; 'j-. "'/I..1 "'.. .' ". i'';+ ,
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Speed ruled his life and caused Fla. 200.3t-ch I, .. .1 ", ..,. ., / l" .I. ., ,." '. t,. .. ,\, .
his death. The violent story ef a # .I"! .. '\....' ;Jf> <.'" '.' ,! '\ .. of*:"' I. ., "if" t!'

/ life that couldn't catch, up,,;.with FOR RENT: Twohouse In .. r "! ", Due<1' Frcin .J" .''ftt.* : 1 '''' : .fJt. TT
I' itself. Cartoon. Lakeside. HOWARD STUDSTXLL, l" Banks _____. 443195826U "" ,,,"_" ,1'1;(".

,,', office phone HU 3106; residence ." \ S. Government Bonds ________ 1 ,45 1 .948.33 'Mr .:- V" 'V 1,'
NEEDS 20-tf ch
AIR FORCE 3* HU 3-6630. "
AVIATION CADETS .\: Other Securities JJL 9,549.31 k'..
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LOST: Mixed-breed puppy. 4 moLold. ; f : : :- ': :

shaggy, white tan ears. Call Loans JL .. '.1: .. .775,977.16 '
Master Sergeant Benny F Williams HU 36219. 20-lt-pd -.j1 : -- : ...> :

local Air Force Recruiter: : Furniture& Fixtures tC. 't'
: __ .. _. 32,174.83 "\
announced today that the Air Force STRAYED-Small whiteface bull ... .. ". a ... ', ."
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f-. is seeking applications: for the Aviation calf from my place 4 miles southeast Banking J House li.lot, ,_iIIt_...::5L.; 70,653.77 : <

Cadet Training Program. If of Pinetta. Reward. E M .., ,1 .

,. one is between the ages of 19 and EVERETT, Rt 1, Pinetta, Fla. 7 t I Other Assets -- -- -- f- -- -- __ 2,1 ,8.39 kr : :

26%, single, and has a high 'school ; ., ;. ...'..
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this training. College students can QUEEN TO BE CROWNED V < ':' ** tit .,' '.:) ,41.
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training upon graduation from col- Miss Robbie Cruce will be ..

I leg*. : Crowned Queen of the Teenagers .' .. '..',;k

'.. Upon Cadet graduation Program from the'the cadet Aviation is at a dance Friday evening Jan 22, I Deposits __ __ __ __ _. __ __ $2,462,690.48 '; 'It

commissioned Second Lieutenant at the MIlS cafetorium given for ,\; l 1 tr'7' -.
a -Capital ... )() "
of Dimes.Candidates -:"': -- -- -- 170tp.OO'Surplus '. '
the March # :
with monthlp income of $436.00. t .J.... : **
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Fore more information about this i'P >r ,..#...... ", ".*'. .0.' t., '0) I *.. ....:- .? 1..n&Jl -- --65,000.00 .
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program the Air and Force other, contact Sergeant Voters can't shake 'yoU. down! j : U.c vided Profits .1 AiL .|,36,441.39 ,>'1r '.

Williams Lake 8258 or inan E-R .. :." .'.
at Cherry when you talk to 'em Reserves hr. I' "
call him in Valdosta, at Cherry 2- ; -- -- -- -i .r 8,424.22 ... .
Ad. "

2296. "I ; ; Interest Collected Not Earned ,____ 43,883.96. .
r' COLLEGE'S FIRST PRACTICAL J .. *" '\-' '. '
'l frs Floree Breeden leaves Satur- NURSING CLASS TO BEGINV.. ., > ,, TOTAL UABIUTIES ..
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day for Atlanta to attend the IN MARCH ., / \ ., ..
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OF INTENTION "
JSOTICE /
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Xotlce TO U DISSOLVE bcreby given CORPORATIONS under me provtelocui has of North announced Florida that Junior plans for College the in hours Only; ,

. of Section W6.3. PtorW Licensed Practlqal Nursing Program \J."i\\Changes Friday
Statute. 19S3, to each of the cefpo-
College have
at the been
ration listed below. the same beiac ,. !
incorporated under the lairs or Plorltia. completed and the first class will .
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and accordlr to ttoe' record of report March 7th 1960. The LPN tJ''t' '
tale Secretary of State. eacdl and every Nursing Program consists of a I
cuctx corporation 9p *n delinquent
tot three (3)) year or man In carefully prepared educational Open9aau. o. 2p.n'i.'VV"
:. faze filing of reports and p&'IB&Zlof training period to prepare selected 1 .
ttoe pron.toa& of 'Section .
taxes under students for the caring of the sick .

608.98. M7 odds 4toe provljtoas statutes.of 1963.said under the supervision of the physician 4V V : :. : 'J.. ... \. V '!" V .

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section ,..r.fIi" -
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.. subject to dissolution and that the program will be located hi the ..1Ii' ",.s 'r",,; r \ '<1: 'o' ."'t, j j',:" ,'<. ,..: .- .

" yublicaticm tare .(3) fcnonths sash M4., after erety date.WMb of coupbratSon this-. upstairs of-tlle'ON Hospital Build- .. c". .. .--, \, ."' \' ", ,. '. 41t.' "4!: ) .. -, ;, ""1. ,. ,. fI" t,d'0 \ r' .. ,'.

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,and fM be taxes due -wadestbe County Memorial Hospital in Madison 3C1J I d g' --' '
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of Section- .&.. TI evUa tor
Statutes orta1ona, 19M. ,*4B ._ MrtgitA t a,1* and the Suwaanee County Hospital .m t Ap. <
of.; Ooreroor of tlM '...., et'r........ *Ka" > in live, ()ak.4 \ '

win chills OlaMtTte Proms.M 084---.. *' M. *. Tbe r'.eamse' will* Hguire12 2 _\) ;l : Yk :
time
.'leamea c..w. r monRu"to eeripiek, and 'will JtI lade *
DW.MRIE PIA'W00r1O opOaAi 16 weeks of' else oom Instruction Dmc WMiw 9 to 7
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," sfcown-. 'ao I!to' e be,listed loealed.W .eor 'ewrles' Mrs period classes Will meet from 8:45-' 1 he Citizens Ba f kof i?

W2rfT sm!WHO oa oaB.. Dbettunto H.=ir. t h a v e SO5 Monday tlwugh Friday *t the : nry
set _y hand cad oaustflito +. OW Hospital in Madison. During

Great Seal of the Mate eCI Aerie tile clinical periods, students are on ,
l' *. to be atfUeed M'+ (fftiilissiipe.tbe .
Capital title tt. 9fid day .< -JenBary duty in the Hdtfrftal 8 hours a day, .. "Owi ed by the Community it Serves"V .
" ,- A. D. J0K 5; days .a; w ek. Every effort will d .... ... _' r ,*". ; Vjk ?. 'Jf< "' .,"" \ V ":
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kY Don't let your friendly, CHARLES TIBBALS f

Sportfcg GM& courteous competitors do ail INJURED IN TRACTOR. I

the advertising! Dial The E-R, CAR ACCIDENT After
Electric. Ct. _
Bryan ,
HU 3-6361, and, say, "Gimme .

an ad, Mrs Wilson." Charles Tibbals 18, son of Mr .,
: and Mrs C H Tibbals of the Hope- 41 .

Surprise Birtbday Party MADISON ENTERTAINS well community, was seriously In- .f ..4. "
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DISTRICT JUNIORS : Yes taken inventory and find that have
dent on Highway 14 about six we have our we we

The home of Mr and Mrs C W miles south of Madison at 7 p. m. some odd pieces of clothing, some winter coats and jackets
It was Junior Night at the Mad
Hiers was the setting Sunday, Jan. Monday. and some odd pairs of Shoes. We don't need these, but you .
IOn'oman's Club Tuesday
10th fcr a surprise birthday party; night Deputy Ed Porter who with
honoring Mr Hiers' mother, Mrs P E when the Madison Junior Woman's Sheriff Moore and Trooper Peavy .. "i'>might, so please come by, and see i we can fit you, at .

Wen of Jacksonville in observance; Club entertained the Juniors of made the invesigation, said Henry tt; : tremendous savings.THE .

of her 76th birthday. Ten of Mrs: District 3 at their annual meeting. I Thomas McLung of Waycross, Ga

Hiers' eleven children her 21 grandchildren I Visiting delegates were from the was charged with following too

and one greatgrandchildtogether clubs in Tallahassee, Live Oak closely behind another vehicle. SALE IS ON"
with husbands and wivesof .*", The accident occurred when the .
the children made a total of and Perry. new 1960 Oldsmobile driven by .'

43 attending the happy occasion. Speakers were Mrs Joseph dark Mr McLung south on the Perry ... .. I-
A huge heart-shaped three tiered of Tampa, State Junior Director, road crashed into the rear of the 'I ;
birthday cake centered the lunch and Mrs Brody Harris of Live tractor driven by young Tibbals Ladies Dresses ": RAGK. = ofChildren's "

eon table and was cut and served Oak, Junior Director of District 3. going in the same direction. The .
with the bountiful covered dish ors Clark emphasized the im- impact threw Tibbals out of the
luncheon. The honoree received of promoting projects driver's seat and his bead struck Jackets
portance 7.98'f
many beautiful and useful gifts. suitable to the individuality of the pavement causing concussion 9.98 Dresses NOW : (
Guests Included Miss Maizie Hiers from which he remained in a coma 1
Mrs Pete Franza, Mr & Mrs Ben- club members. at the local hospital untIl the next I NOW ONLY $1.00 each

nie Matthews and children Mr and 3.Irs Robert Lay, president of morning. The tractor was badly NOW 4.98 ,1.

Mrs Thomas Hiers and son, Felton, Madison Juniors, gave the addressof damaged.C 7.98 Dresses
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Mr and Mrs Johnny Woods and welcome. < H :Tfobals. the young man's

daughter, and the' honoree, Mrs Mrs Van H Priest Mrs T F father, said;Charles had taken the SPECIAL Men & Boy's JacketsALL
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Hiers Sr, all of Jacksonville; Mr Livingston, and Mrs T C Coody tractor out' to go t trJ"i the aid .of a ..

and Mrs P E Biers, Jr, and child were introduced as special guests.A car that had bogged down Jh the REDUCED
ren, Mr and Mrs W R Henry and social hour with coffee and mud on a side road with a party of I Rack Dresses 2.98

. children, Mr and Mrs L S.Hiers lady fishermen that had sent to SUCH VALUES
and children, Mr and Mrs Leroy dessert* brought the evening to a his. home for help. *$ 1

Carter and children, and Mr and close. FUty members and s *#t..dele. JI :' ;Latest .reports' from thin hospita COATS *. "' ..cIv
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Mrs K W fliers, and daughter all gates attended.THANK:, were that young Tibbals was show w 12.98 FOR 8.65
.- of Valdosta. in? improvement The driver of the I .

One daughter, Mrs Jim Arnold, COD EVERY MORNING Oldsmobile escaped injury, but the I '

of Pinetta was unable to attend due I I The .folJoquntation was "Carr was badly damaged.} ,'.. Reduced 331.3% WfOR 5.98
to illness. t J Hardee ,,,;
given to us by Mrs ,JZ ..
Barbara Nancy, Becky and Sonny Mew, and Mrs William Tomiinson ,
I and contains pertinent >points that
Hiers, children of Mr and Mrs C W aid in the development. of .d{a.ractel' entertained Madison friends 29.98 Coats. 19.98 498: :FOR 15"1 3.33

Hiers assisted with entertaining .y .t- a dinner party.,.Saturday evening now, __ I 1 j
the visitors. ; > at. their \-ely'DeW hoarse in Tallahassee f "*
morning when ; "ipfc
Thank God every .is .
: Those attending from here ,
WILNA PHILLIPS CIRCLE you get up that you ha something 19.98 Coals Now 13.32 i
to do which must be done, were Miss Phlllls Parramore, Dr

Mrs Bill Cave entertained the whether you like It or not. Being Jack Brinson Mr and Mrs Wm B TABLE ,
forced to do Clark Mr and Mrs C E Russell 12.98 Coats ,Now 8.65
Wilna Phillips circle Tuesday. forced to work, and
Mrs C W Hiers opened the meeting your best, will breed in you temperance and Mr and Mrs Gordon Ashley.x i Odd Merchandise !i
and all others Reduced
with devotional reading on self-control, diligence, 1 + ,
Mrs J G Ashley was hostess, to
the Good Samaritan. The Mission -t
of will content and a
strength; accordingly
study Contemporary Man and the hundred other virtues which the her bridge luncheon 8't her home. .. SPECIAL VALUESdome
United Nations was given by Mrs Seasonal flowers were arranged/ In ( '
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Mack Prlmm. Oil and Water In the Idle will never know. the rooms :.ppened guests. Visitors

economy of man' and nations was Charles Kingsley playing with the memberi were SPECIAL ONLADIES'COAT 1 Sweaters 69c
\t the theme of the study. The hostess: 181&1875
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Mrs J 0 Wade and Mrs A G
served cake and coffee. I
TIRES'S.BAYSTA1 Lake !rnV P ,
GOODYEAR Jr of City. Knlgty SUITS

t'.,- Mr and Mrs C T McWilliams spent of Americas Ga was a luncheon Flannel Shirts 1.00(} & up
' ?luncheon
Tuesday on, business, trip to Jack.' (*'% #0 guest. 4 delicious course
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. .,1 : '''' 'i't'\ ". Voters can't shake HOPEWELL WMS LAND DEALS !
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u..' ".,: : ,' : when you talk /enrin E-R #'" .'I .1 I Stevens to Howard B
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,;" ', .<., : ; .' t the Florida Bank at Malison .. Ad. f .:... mrr The .inonthly"meeung of WMS K1ser and wife Lots 10 and 11.
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a row followed by discussion led
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group J P Morrow Jr of the U S
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; "ifr'; e- against no defeats in .tonight's
/ Mrs Loaella Lamb. of Marines left Tuesday for Camp Le
1 w \...... !I;1t1" basketball by Members

4 f ..:. ,:. \" 't...;.. !I.. .: 'of, .. .!:'t.- l'"I'. .. ."' i lio. 11: ,.4 .. Bradford 9169.game winning T from the group which included Mrs Albert Jeune here N C with after his a parents 14 days'Mr vacation and-
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." : Danny Floyd Of Madison had Kelly Mrs Kathleen Lamb, Mrs J P Morrow. He1' will spend
: j\\?{ a T big night, scoring 35 points J. Mrs Jewel Walker, Mrs Louella I this week end at the U S Medical
4 Kflpatrick, with 22, Jet the pace Center at Bethesda. Md. visitingMr
fy'I G.Jlerring for Branford. Lamb, Mrs Jack Wynn, and Mrs
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"Are We Free?" up there In the .
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doesn't. The question does not 4.. : a
mean Are Americans free? or,Are
readers of this
colunfh free? t, c \it S.

about The question Christians.is _. : ; \J .

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Free from what? ,
Christians are ,YYf Y +
certainly free
from terror in the ...;.:'

t presence of qod. Dr. ForemanWe ei

are free from the burden bf u .... ,
guilt We are Tree (or have a rightto

be) from anxiety and worry, ? YAy t .. < .
and especially from the fear of tf, t h i'4 3' .
death. But that Is not'tbe question I ,./. .,i f'n tdA L .. ,
we mean. To get down to brass, ., y' .. ,r r
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tacks our question is this: Is a ( .:.. t
Christian free from the law of God, : :. 4; .'
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especially from God's.Law as made \
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decide on this question.The way :
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was this:. The first Christian ;
churches you remember were ,, '. : 3 t .,,) '
made up almost exclusively oi .t. I .

Jews. They were brought up on i'4 :
their Scriptures, our Old Testament .
and they took it seriously ,. ... Ell'') ,tt" ii-:
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as the Word of God. They found .. \ "
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a mere Ten Commandments 'f :: '(' "- I
but at least Six Hundred 4
Thirteen Commandments. It may ;, : .r THE CHURCH FOR ALL '
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have been a chore to try to abide A"' ALL FOR THE CHURCH
by all these laws spread out over '' .
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The Church the factor earth for
pages and pages of Leviticus,Numbers : : ?i .{4 u greatest on

and Deuteronomy. But there :.... .. 'f", J.-..,.'. ". 2 .. the building of character and good cineasl( .p. (
the laws were, .and. conscientious* It 9 is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a ,
ex-Jews who ,became ChrUtlans t
Church. neither democracy. civilization
strong nor ,,
brought these laws
right along
with them. ,' JUfctriea a fe&d ct beflslvCaSy ', c Vj '"Y : can survive. There are four sound reasons why ,

Now when Paul and Barnabas '; .;. .. '>. 'f' ... every person should attend! services regularly and f
ei f Q0QC bells, CHSHKc_ D JlOy BCoGGl HIs.sIeigh btu . : ;
the Church. They Cl I) For hts
i WIGt out -pt thir evaagtlisi support are: ,
I'tours, the .churches titty sttrtea .. ., a etttmtry where Frce4e frem tjnuajr diets own sale. (2) For his chiWrtns sale. (3)\For.

were made up for the.most+ put -- the sale of his community 'nation. (4) For r
freedom ana
I)of non-Jew, and most of these :. 3sile eJAsinrlccjaoie of speeck as co "ters broadcaat the"jfewiitey '

':people tat* BoU w&trnr' 'a ,, : ..... \ bets thg-efreedom ef the pre s. Afid the begs, .. the sale of the Church itself which needs1 his ;
about the OM Testament, moral aad material support. Plan to' ga 'to'
1 i ',1' wkelitei':tfcey fee the mtsieal aimed freer a otfcefars spire, or tic dbg
The JeruMfem Christi*** kept church regularly and read your Bible daily.
.ending metseagen to UMM 'MW.Gentile :' 1 ..,. ..... ,-lC ek or. tn1l1free.eaolrdigieL ; .
Christ!** group t*** '" > .. '" Day Book Chapter Verses
to y I them thyr Jlyr:>w.,aet .CTaiM:: Ltia.s '''.IT.8at the hid are efe to jJL xJjfliJe, thaw doors, we oat Psalms r
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i.because tlans at aB.they tHy.*.fe4at' kept...the se*kwof 4 -- -' .' e Hie: liiittiiel TOT that rineklc eve h *rt.PHi tUs atop.a e. \We Monday Galatians 5 1 ; :

Cod in every detail The Geatlle .find etomtfk mi coarage' to toee. the smlninni i ffc ge, Omr ahh, fcopc tad Tuesday II Corinthians 3 17 11' .. .
:ChrMians said,Oh but we are free Wednesday Hebrews 10 22-25
"'IMI".tMe"J renewed asd
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from the law. The Jtwltfe:Cfcristians .. ; Thursday John 14 13f '
KId No mania ever free from dill awde sosls.lit's Friday Luke '12 6-9
the law. So there at lt had to fee 1""' '' ..............* Saturday Psalms 92 1-4 '
a great church meeting to decide ,s: '"f aeeept the fnTitatJoB of.Ore beSs to TMte a&d.wofsfcj p," and go

who was right There wu a high -
to cbwck regikrljr. ,
debate and.finally.an agreement. .:
Scholars do not Lf'r *nderstane .
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was sent out as a decree to al 6brl1"'It",TAttr Mr.StnItt, irsJ, g,VA.o. .


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was: What do you have to do to be

do a Christian to be saved? What? The do Ttm.Jerusalem have to ,. """ .'f _. _:__._'___._ ___..__ .._ __ __ -._ .. __

church had been saying You have
to do a great deal to b* saved You These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week, Sponsored by the Following Individuals and
have to be an avowed keeper of Ilh .1 1
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had a higher view. Essentially it :.. ., ."'IKADISOr /' '.. . '

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w: Is saved by grace-that is, by a ( DRUG STORE BUDDY SMITH WESTERN AUTO
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r Fret l Fro. Jliwyj ,..... To Stm The Recall StorePh HARDWARE J. J. Sale Jr., 0w'D.. FURNITURE CO.;,

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r The question was settled there :HU x'3.23OOFit.': Madtton< Florida Phone HU 3-2383. FLA.
in that great CouncIL But it kept .'. \ k .C
I i coming up and Paul had to write o ,. '... --"' .. HU 3-2340 .....:'.
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God will come, to my rescue (for ,. -tV: tint': .... j. : J. B. DAVIS; .
that is what"save" )?There MORROW INSURANCE d -
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A.ATrERY: & TIRE co. /
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One is that every jingle law in the MADisON FLORIDA )
Old Testament is binding on each Madison. Florida clothes are not be
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Christian. It is keeping these laws .
they should be
.. that saves us really.In short ..
saves us provided ve are: goodenough. .. Phone HU 3-2255'
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The other wtang answer 'f'Q
is that God saves us regardless, ?BRYAN ELECTRIC.. CO.. FRALEIGH-ASHLEY
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can go do as we please. We can't Wiring. -." and' Repair-AppUances, .. TRUCK & TRACTOR CO. CANTEY MOTOR. "66" SERVICE :
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possibly go wrong if we have been MADISON, FLORIDA 1

caved. The right answer is always Phone HU 3-224L Madison Fla. Madison. Florida
this: God saves us because he is i : % *,**
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good not because we are; and having '" ,

I been saved, keeping his laws is ,. ,A: :. : ,'. -'
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I!H ':' bors. Reaches, plums, satuma ?N EDUCATIONAL T-V GROUP
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r: : : oranges, pears figs, strawberries -
Dr John E Sandra Dean of NFJC ft's !
f"f"'f De .. N PIIS{':I UIIHI blackberries and grapesare is on the campus of the University 1rostieman
grown in the county, and of Florida today, tomorrow and .
Muvtt M m ,'MttmmMi otn*....
s. 1 tfKtutM MB OTCTVMI euro I lOOT
.. '; .MAD ON. FLORIDA pecans, walnuts, hickory nuts Saturday representative as the to NFJC the Florida institutional Educational LI ,, ".II'.EE ."Oat} is

f" J*Telephone HU 3-6361 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. and chinquapins are grown in Television Commission Dr.
; Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance commercial quantities. The to- .Sands states that educational television i
t. .. .. Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year at NFJC and the counties it
: \ bacco auction markets at Lake Library NotesHave Rtt
serves in the Suwannee River basin I
Advertising Bates Made Known, on Application City, the county seat, bring in area is in the intermediate stages.
f than two and half mil The decision STOP BY KELLY'S
biggest
more a I to make at
,; Emend at the Ma&cea Pdft Office M eeond-cla matter JUDe ; you visited the :Madison
the time J the location of
}' ; ll. 1903 under Act of March 8; 18'79. lion dollars a year. Lumber and the present TV tower for* transmitting County Library recently Since we FOR MENS & LADIES
naval stores$ are an important became a part of the Suwannee
Video
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, Tr C. MERCHANT, .JR. Tapes for the 6-county area. River Regional Library hundredsof
of income for the coun-
AND ASSOCIATES source new books have been added to :Watches $19.95-$26.95
ty and a forestry school, the CARON ANN HOLTONMr the Madison County Library.

1 J' MADISON RECORDER< ,ESTABLISHED 1865 only one of its kind in the .. The Library is now open EVERY I

.. I I.' NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901'"' \ state, is located at Lake City. and Mrs. H T Holton/Jr an- DAY on Thursday.from 1 TO 5 except dosed ,KELLY WATCH REPAIR

," I. CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 Pine, oak, hickory, gum and nococe the .birth of a daughter; Come and see for yourself the

]fT T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and Publisher magnolia are the principal the Caron Madison Ann. on County Dec.Memorial 20. 1959 Hospital at- many County new Library.books available at the l

l! T. C. MERCHANT, JIL, Kanagiag Editor woods. Tourists going through The young lady weighed 8. _

,MRS. A. W. VANN City Editor *dd to the county's income as pounds, Ieounces.. .

do also several smaller manufacturing -x-
MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager
.. HeAa1gt1rizinut
t. concerns and the Mrs Howard Studstill. president
of the Methodist Woman's Society,
veterans hospital. Columbia MIT: J B Davis District President '
:( Sky Spectacle Great Race For county was formed in 1832 and and Dr Marshall HamjUton, District '
Steward attended a business }
tamed for Colum
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Christopher
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Those who get up early '
; Ourselves meeting of the District in Monti- .
the morning, at least just before -' bus. An Indian, Chief Alia- cello Monday. .

.\ day, now can see a very, Those who take the capitalist -I pattah, known as Alligator -x- u1inE 'Ian .

beautiful sight in the southeastern -i view of the strike blame the: Boy by the white settlers, livedin Capt W F Morrow Jr. who was ,

;4. sky. The two bright' workers by Madison county! the county and Lake City called here from Cologne, Germany '
tMt.9We jOl/I/JOfItI11t
by the recent death of his father. rgrvrnAI
planets, Venus and Jupiter, standards they were already i was once known as Alligator, \\' F Morrow, Sr of Tallahassee : \ 1f. I

v '(Venus is the very bright one) I getting princely wages for I in the chiefs honor. Next week, left the past week for New York : -

aTe out there, as is also another the long turmoil, but we can Dade county. City where be left by plane for / '
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his post In the U S Array in Ger- \
bright object, either the planet I hardly say that they "were I many. While here wth: his mother R 1.t

11tIirs or the star Antares. (We. sinners above all the Ca ilae- Frank Webb DiesJacksonville In and family In Tallahassee he was t r1rr I i

will have to- check a little I ans" when so many others are the guest of his aunts, Mrj 'Fred ,,. f' ] '"
Mlckler and Mrs R L Milliner at
further on that). Venus and doing the same thing. When the the Mkkler home at a family sup .. (

.r Jupiter will get closer. as the State of Florida pays a man Frank Wardlaw Webb, a native per party. ; ,?

; ". mornings go by, and then on $17,000 a year to be the chief and former resident of Madison, -x- '. -

4' the 25th of this month the architect, and engineer of a died 'Sunday In a hospital in Jack- Mr and Mrs B M Smith of
will enter the picture and grand year-round frolic at the aonrttle, after being In ill health Plant City and Mr and Mrs C 0 .' You dd fie 1 tot ofti
moon for some time, and funeral services Bingham and daughter Barbara and : ... inone on your shopping next Christm3S.ll yon
;; the two bright planets and thef' University of Florida and paysa were held in the S A Kyle Chapel son, Frasier of !Mobile Ala., re >buY> all year at progressive stores and service sta.,

moon, all close together, will Jacksonville'lawyer $25,000 to In that city Wednesday afternoon turned home the past week after ,a lions that feature low prices and give extra values

t':' present a spectacle long to be defend a number of prison with there.interment in Oaklawn cemetery holiday visit with- Mrs- R L MillInor.x Jn S&H Green Stamps.

4 1 remembered. If 'Interested, bet guards charged with violating Mr Webb traveled for a drug Mrs G L Morrow left last week ; With your filled books of stamps,you can get

sure to watch for it. Venus is federal law and the United bouse in his earlier manhood and for Fort Bliss, Texas where she is all kinds .of beautiful and useful gifts for your

r so bright that. it can be seen State government pays untold later moved to Valdosta, where he the guest for an extended visit with family and friends' at S&H Green Stamp redemp.

,. ,? t.. in day time if one knows just millions of dollars out to people I Co.was and head still of the later Mashburn was Secretary Drug Morrow her son Jr.and Mrs family Morrow CWO and Leonard chil tion centers.. Or if you live'more than 20 mile

'where to look-the writer has ] for idling their land, then of the Valdosta Chamber of Com dren. The" Leonard Morrow family from art S&H Green Stamp redemption center,

tl i. so seen it. A few years ago we can understand the workings -.tot r spent the holidays here.x d', $ott.can*redeem:your stamps by mail.
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1 I' all five of the 'bright planets: of the minds of the. steel i Twenty-eight years ago be movedto -. < .a So, start$:saving S&H GREEN STAMPS
Jacksonville and was presidentof Mr and Mrs W S teasleof< : ,
j Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter boys. Ve are all, Jt seems- well, I' the Southern Drug Company for Columbia Term are spending a,few now for your 1960 Christmas gifts.You'Jtbc .
dollars ahead when do!
1"k and Saturn, could be seen at a great many of us, at any rate twentyfive years prior' to' his' retirement days here. you
1-- He was an honorary life -xMr -
in western -out in great for ourselves -
time the a race
4. the same member of the National Wholesale and Mrs Leon Mason of '
t sky, but. this will not be true and the devil take the Drug Association and the State Jacksonville were holiday guests FLORIDA D1VJSICNT

for a good many years. hindmost-and that does not Pharmaceutical Association and their grandmother, Mrs R L '..Mintnor. h Sp rry and Hutchin on Company
1-1'again. chairman for twelve years of the Mr )Mason who is w'4h tJ 1101 Flcrkja A t. *i t ffM( FU.
will bode L too well for the future.
A total eclipse of the moon Jacksonville
Coast Guard is at the
South Atlantic Drug Club. He.vas UT. HINSOW (>MI AN [* l-ific t ; take place in the early morning a member of the South Jackson- Naval Base.

:. of March 13th this year.; Per- ville Presbyterian church and of the

;. t Rotary Club.Survivors .
sons who are interested can PotSimmerhIThe :
include his wife. Mrs.
", find a good bit of this. kind of political pot Pna, !? now Anise Moir Webb, a sister. Mrs W

informatibn in the. almanacs begun to simmer, and. within a M Cora, of Clearwater a brother.PoPe .
that the drug stores here give 1 ixrilng. M Webb, of New Smyrna; arid
I few more trio{ tha will be several nieces and nephews. '. !li

... away around Christmas and Beasley, who long ago announced '
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New Year's and some of them 'DRivEOR W' 't -
that he [would 'be START .
are avail awe rble.yet., That's. where NEW. .CHURCHES -.. ti
bowed
Governor i in 1961 has
"Operations. Milk.Bottle". is, the
some informatio '
j: get of our- n, out of the big race-a wise soubriquet of the new Methodistmovement w..

.as well as from various books decision, we should l tj i,say although 16 provide fund to build .
''-and of course one of the best new churches In the fast Browing. '
'' the itch to run! will still \:
5r to out areas of the State of Florida!
f
.get
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ways < a Person ,
be there. Burns C lton and .
Griffin Bishop 'ha1rman..,oCr ,the a iii.
and look t for himself t *
l' Dickinson .have ,ifopnally come roov ement \a.the First .Methodist
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few: days, HcCarty frame in !for the four local zones: Mrs r1L .

,:Ends As Expected few days, McCarty came in awhile Carroll Blaloclc. zone 1; Mrs J B SMITHCORONAELECTRIC :

; lonk 'back, an d Belser and :Davis tone 2 f')In Joe.Be'\"n. tone
strike finally
steel
The
3, and
Mrs
Marshall Hamilton
zone
have been inJfor:
Downs
someprospects
ended as might have been ex" 41: PORTABLE

;i" pected, with still higher wages ime. The other : The project is to be financed bya

for the steel I .'workers. The Bryant, David'"and Johnson, Ic a meal contribution by its
have .pledges to be, dropped into the
will to come on in shortly,
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the settle-
other co nary of i milk bottle.

Y 9.anent higher prices for ,steel, cr stay out. Belser is singing a IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, ,-i3 rd ; ,
'1 will South Florida tune on reapportionment 'f) ;311llfTr '
has not come yet, but it JUDICIAL cmcurr OB FLORIDA -

.... ; come aft.4.this fall's.election. now, but we didn't IN AND FOR MADISON COn.
f: 'i' consider him that way when "IN CHANCERY.
Vice" resident Nixon ge.ts'good a
pSt T E Gilbreath Plaintiff. .
bit of glory out of the the Legislature was in session. .I vs. J

.' settlement( and prestige which :Out of the nine men mentioned Alice English Gilbreath, Defendant rd
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c_will be of help to him in the above we look for about six TO: Alice DIVORCE English '. GUbreadCwhose : "'... Ww
to the eachthatis
:upcoming presidential. >cam-, pay $1125 residence and address are oA h
the acid test; it does not unknown. E I .
pnign unless the Democrats can A T ,
/ have cost much to run until qualifying You are Hereby notified that a s o -' ;
prove that they could
x : and Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
deadline X
comes- we
settled the strike in -a b tnyrather been filed against you, and you are C. AV .
would be more inclined to think B C CI
required to of
serve a
\ a difficult assignment copy y'omlAnswer
that the number if different or Bill of ,
we should think. What Pleading to, the
complaint on the Plaintiffs Atorney -
Would be five rather than
amounts is
the whole thing : R E Cbwart whose address
another round of inflation, seven. And in our own county, is Madison, Florida, and file,the ,
rumblings have already begun original answer in the -'
or Pleading -
dollar little
;with the losing a -
with one candidate in print and office of the Clerk of the Circuit .'-- / -
more respect and our goodi: being -] Court in and for Madison County. 'trirt1. '
others straining at the leash.
just a little more priced out Florida on or before the 9th day of ._ -
I 'of the world market, and the February, A. D. 1960. If you fall j,
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to do so. Decree Pro Confesso will t :
shoe pinching on those 'who1 Site tf Forestry be entered against you for the relief ,I IJ
cannot Inflate along with the demanded in the BUI of Complaint 'I 1

ethers. If the steel companies, Columbia county, second The Enterprise-Recorder Is hereby Just touch the keys and you get perfect letters electrical) :

with the good profits they are county east of;'Madison county, .which designated said order as shall the newspaper be publishedonce in Many, many features of the electric office typewriter, yet still t

said to have enjoyed, had willingly is a little bit larger in area a week for four consecutive compact and easy to carry in its handsome Holiday carrying case. ,:

\! reduced their steel prices than, our county and almost a weeks.
they have obviated the third greater in population. Its Witness my band and official
might sea! this 6th day of January, A. D. '
\long strike; but such a procedure primary economic resource is (SEAL)
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as this \7x>uld hardly have fanning, the chief crops being DALE SL LESLIE, Clerk Circuit THE E-R '

been characteristic' of Planet I corn, tobacco, cabbage, cantaloupes 1960.Court. .

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for Fanners
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possibly as high as $300,000.
The fire Was thought to have Over the years your Farm
started in Huffs Paint Store, and Bureau Insurance Companieshave
quickly spread to the other stores. pioneered in providing pro. .
F and benefits for fanners I
Other businesses in the center in- tectJoa .
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000 policies in force, Farm 4 ;"
3i Bakery, Irene's Tots to Teens;: MarLee your
ill yI e! Dress Shop, Loyselle's Hat Bureau Insurance Companies: .
+ y Shop Retail Credit Co, FrankChristian are the companies largest group in the of insurance world .When waste list time you 'f '
and Golden's Studio. writing insurance designed for *. .
Seven firemen were overcome by farmers and ranchers. .
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y smoke and were.hospitalized.: while With assets of over 360000. tell.eked'YOlf property Insurance t
000.00. Farm Bureau Insurance -
three others given your
were oxygen on
:f I the scene. with insurance Companies of provide financial you Does your policy cover the present value of your I i '.\, :

Owners of the center announcedthat soundness. home?Don't take a chance. make sure youthave ; ; .
would rebuild When consider Imurance f
begin
they Jo you
I The Five Blind Boys, Nationally known Gospel Singers will I and repair at'once. for your own needs, it's a cootf t !#J1c protection you need. Call us now for a. .: ..
appear at the Saint James Missionary Baptist Church: on 'January idea to talk with your local "
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door. Children. 50c in 'advance, 75c at the door. visiting relatives here. ''"
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NEW TESTAMENT COURSE -tr- SeItierI' Farm Bureau I
Mrs Minnie Moore of Lee is recovering MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY r
9S satisfactorily at the local .
JISlruce Co. ,
Persons may register for a course hospital following surgery on Monday
Ct666 In the New Testament Scriptures at -it- KERMIT HORNE 108 W. Pinckney, Telephone HU 3-6250 Y
the Junior College Library Roofs Mrs Neal Law has a position }
No. 1 at 7:80 p. m. Jan. 25. This' with the Madison Coca-Cola Bottling BOX 38 HU 3-6665 Rtprtunttns the Hartford.fire, ,Insurince Coftipafty Group'"
will no doubt be a very fine course, Comp nSti MADISON, FLORIDA. +, '., "fw, .111
especially helpful to church school j
Mrs Marshall Hamilton entertained teachers and others. J C Moore will \
Lhe Janie Paul Circle Monday morning be the instructor. __

F Collette with eight was members.a visitor. Mrs Mrs John A F Don't let your friendly! CI ... ..... ","'!<,..:'..,.'III.....,....', , .Harrison presided, and good social do all PRISE I PRIC 'i
lervice were given. The newEpring courteous competitors 'lit': :
reports ..' ', "I i
study on Methodism In ,the< advertising! Dial The E-R, jUUI I I I -
Utica was introduced by Mrs HU 3-6361, and say, "Gimme ;! average carbuyer7 r: .
milton who gave the first chapiter t .
an ad, Mrs Wilson. we've found, thinks Mercury costs hundreds of dollars more than it actually does. It's so .'.. : i
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Settle for Less See our Model Home $1095 J
Than a Jim Toney Waldo, Fla. 12 Miles and so little more than the l ading low-price nmne caronly$36*more for this Monterey 4-door ;>

We Finance for South of Starke on .
10 Years. U. S. Route 301 up, sedan. .No wonder Mercury sales are up more than any other car in its elder big 4S%. t f ,
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CALL COLLECT K \\1 ; TK EDT 13B ttHJrT TO' SKXT. Tab price it. \

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t more beautiful atrtiD&.1t boys a quieter ride(:1% absee
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t into membership,. .!. Fuet,7Yleia- NAV COAWNINGSJOWERTON -' Thursday January 28, from 2:30 HOWERTON SUPPLY Co. .
Bst church Sunday by letter from SUPPLY COMPANY p. rn.to8p.rn.ishe date set for
the Madison Garden Cub's Annual CIRCUIT ASSEMBLY IN
Camellia Show. WAYCROSSThe
COMPLETE PEST CONTROL "As You Like It" will be the service that
theme of the show, which gives a Watchtower Bible and Tract
FREE INSPECnON wide scope of designs for the entries Society is sponsoring a three-day Insures the6esf
and leaves much to individual circuit assembly for Jehovah's ,Witnesses .
BURKE EXTERMINATING CO. taste. However arrangements must in Wavcross, Ga January reception .
have at least one camellia, and the 15-17. .
State conflerration list must be ob- Upward of 1,000 delegates from
S JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist. sc-rred in all arrangements and displays I South Georgia and North Floridaare Prompt T-Y Repair Service

111 East Green St, i: expected to attend sessions to
"O" Out-oftown qualified judges will be held at the City Auditorium. ,
.. Phone 293JPEKBY judge the horticulture display. Arrangements According to H Hugh Hancock New & Used T-Y Sets "
FLORIDA will be judged by spoke man for the group, assemblies
popular vote, to be counted at dose of this type are held semf-

We exterminate: Roaches,,,Ants, Termites, Fleas and. of the Show. annually and the purpose is to train ,LOW DOWN PAYMENT DANK FINANCINGTHEMUSICBOX
Mrs J A Davis chairman of the Jehovah's Witnesses in their ministry 1
Pests etc. ,
Ticks, Mice and Bats, Lawn and Shrubbery ,
Azalea Circle, who are sponsoring: ; in fact, the theme set for theconvention
the show, is general chairman. is "Do the Divine Will.

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NOTICE TO r CREDITORS CONSTRUCTION i

r Florida StatutesIN
New and Remodeling
THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
JUDGE MADISON COUNTY, Howerton Supply Co. i
FLORIDA IN PROBATE. .
In re: Estate of Virginia! A. Algeo.

TO Deceased.ALL CREDITORS' AND PER When buying yourER

"-. SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS

", .:,...., AGAINST SAID ESTATE: "
from
......... Newsboys
You .
t.. 4\ .... and each of you are hereby
5 notified and to
required present any
:- Please DO NOT park In the
claims .and demands which you, or
!'CH-2":1515" \'128 ii. Patterson YaMosta! cf either estate of of you.Virginia may have A Algeo against the deceased street out into and the make street your to make newsboy a sale.run

Kindly pull over to the curb.
late of said County, to the Our newsboys have instructions I
County Judge of Madison County,
to STAY OUT of the, streets, and
,
Free Delivery You can get it with credit at Dtwfigs house Florida,of at said his County office in at the Madison court we will with appreciate us AND your THEM cooperating for-

I : t Florida within eight calendar THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very
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.' months from the time of the first much.
publication of this notice. Each
claim or demand shall be in writ-
: @A K Ing and shall state the place of THINKING
,
: residence and post office address t I
I of the claimant, and shall be sworn
; to by the claimant, his agent ,or L ABOUT MOREINSURANCE
4o e.. Lai attorney, and any such claim or
*L i demand not so filed shall be void. 1
I 4" K x MURRAY LOU ANDREWS

; r STERCHI, As Executrix of the Last .
r t 4x Will and Testament of Virginia A
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; Algeo, deceased.
} First publication! Jan. 1,' 1960
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." I Cindy Gibson daughter of Mr
hr and Mrs Julian Gibson was ill from I
\- a Wednesday until Sunday at Arch-
bold hospital She was brought
home Sunday evening and is recovering
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ANTI-FREEZE installed $2.75 how, with Adopt-ArPlon. your laUIQBO -
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Charming Early American.We Let us service your car or truck aapbi: a famfly iscom plan ace.abo .
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come in and let us show you

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PHEVENT ; CHRISTMAS. PARTYHan I I Tell 'em you saw it.in.-i ..

SINGER SEW1G MAQ0E CO. byI ; :: Germany (AHTNC)lr ,
Home Town Gazette
\: .r : Army Pfe Wordlaw Moore Route 1, your
I \ CRIPPLING Greenville) Fla. is a member of 1
I Ji' 109 S. PATTERSON:: STREET p t the 90th Transportation Detachment -The E-R.

: : which sponsored a Christmas ,
J '. : VALDOSTA, GEORGIA J : ,I I I fAD:. : for-30 members of a home for party the .

; t.'. Machine Repair Rental \6.. Sewing Course aged In Langendiebach Germany. Mrs R V Dial spent the week endIn

.. Clothing, canned goods and other Jacksonville visiting her son-in-
necessities were given to the residents law and daughter. Mr and Mrs 4
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were entertained by a male chorus at home after a recent

CALL VALDOSTA CH 4-2304 COLLECT- made up of detachment personnel. illness at St Vincents hospital. j{(

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THE COURT OF THE COUNTY ., "
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JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY: : f1J'S .

I FLORIDA IN PROBATE.. ,. ..' "
; In re: Estate of E E Hadden, Sr brilliant Effective January 1, 1960,. I "'' ,
Deceased.TO sky spectacle. reserved
ALL CREDITORS AND PER for early riser is approachIng \ have been appointed' Agent for > '
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR 'DEMANDS ? f its climax. .'. ,...., 1# r....' ..'.

AGAINST SAID'ESTATE: The two brightest planets, Jupiter 5 .5tS the Standard Oil Company for S
and Venus, are closer
coming .
You and each of you are hereby I -
notified and required to, present the and earth.closer. together as seen from Madison County, and will ap ,
The dominates .
pair already "
claims and demands which .. '
any you ,
or either of you, may have against sunrise the southeastern* sky before \ predate the continued patron: .. '.

the *estate of E E Hadden, Help birth. '," ,""Ii
Sr, I The show will be prevent crippling diseases. defects J. arthritis;" -' t" .
Its best the
deceased, late of said County to at polio. Give with ft'warm age of all of Standard's customers *
mornings of" Jan 21 and Jan. 25. now give )hearts to the new. .
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-the County Judge of Madison County 1960 March of Dimes.: ''t-r: "
On ,
Jan 21 Venus will x
Florida, at hts office fas the be appear to 4 .,. ,. ,.as well as the patrona. : -
one degree
north .
of Jupiter- y
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court house of said County at : I' .
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I little more than an apparent hairs-. of all others far. .. '. ,
Madison, Florida, within eight calendar Florida age -
months from the time of the breadth away. A crescent, moon S Bilk at MadisonMember : 1p .y h x .Y '
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first publication this notice. will Join the shining array on t? ;::4.- : '.{ '.', ::> a\Ct k'1' .
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Each claim or demand shall be In Jan. 25, moving close to both Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation STANDARD GASOLINE,.r?, "-, 'i11" r ,

writing, and shall state the placeof planets And Florida National Group of'Banks ,1 .: ( ',:'''l\' '! ''
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Venus Is .. : ,
residence and post office address the brighter of the two. --, ----- S OIL J *q-**t' 'Ys'' ''-'' r' .
of the claimant and shall be It 'can be seen In daylight if you GREENVILLE ALMOST WINS : ,: : :.
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know just Hat In The Ring? : .
where .
sworn to by the claimant, his agentor to look. However -t .< ,u', ;, ;x. F..yEL10I r "- -. ..
attorney, and any such claim or Jupiter Is a conspicuous object too ,;...a, ... If ;' ., .r .,. to:
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demand,not so filed shall be void. -brighter than any star and second Greenville High School's Basketball LUBRICANTS A: '!* ," ,
Rumors are floating around that almost 15- *
the team
ALMA SHAW HADDEN, only to moon and Venus. overcame a try .
A L Leggett Jr of Greenville is t .r ",
As Administratrix cum testamento point deficit but fell short by one :" "} ,
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planning to toss his hat Into the : when it lost Branford 62 ... f. { '
point to :... .
annexo of the estate of E E Hadden ". \
I will greatly' appreciates:
deceased.' Courses'- ring for State Representatlre from to 63 last Friday night Luther .7 ; '/ ," .
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First Sr. publication January 8th, 1960 : Madison County. Pickles with 26 points and Roy your'' business. .:''*.;f!;,t } t "V .

19-4t-ch KInsey with 20t both of the losing
team were top Individual scorersof > ;" "
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The North Florida Junior College sm th-Corona the ,,,
Is a game. : ,
TheERPriis offering night courses In the C.T.McWniIAMSJRv "-<

\ following! subjects 'for the spring Mr and Mrs G W Powell and ,\ :
; semester beginning Jan 25th and Machines, typewriters two children of Orlando and John Agent, Standard Oil Co. 'r: '; \ .
EerJlMtl ending June 4th: ,;,.. :, ,
F CbUette Jr of Jacksonville spent S St. '
Borry .
i Philosophy, Monday nights. and cash registers. NtwYear's ,here with their parents '. ". ... '' !f ..
Introduction to New Testament, Mr and Mrs John F Collette. A HU 3:2279 MADISON, FLA. *'v '.'I Lr Sf
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1 1I Monday nights.Introductory. \ -, ,' ..i"x: : ,. .., ,-
The q "t:'. .
';: nights. Spanish, Monday G-E AppliancesHowerton t- A J':"


" Glee Cub, Tuesday nights. Enterprise-Recorder I I'?* t
Art Laboratory, Tuesday nights Supply Co.I .
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European History, Thursday i .
nights. ,4if -. "
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Effective Speaking, Wednesday .

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General.Chemistry, Tuesday and "" rAy:
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I'M The above courses will be taughtin \ ... SNOWEa *j* *

the' buildings on. the NFJC campus ....' Jl .
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in Madison. Introduction to '.
blessed event for budgets >TFORD'SECONOMY
New 55 :
Testament will also be taught
r" Tuesday nights In the Public LIbrary \

Mita tickets and at Live Oak. ; .
except .
: TWINS FOR 1960

Meaey! Norfolk,. Va. (FHTNC-John L '.... S.. .... /
;Hughey, senior chief'enginemari?

USN, of Route 2, Madison, Fla, .". S *,- / 0 ... S.

The Thursday Afternoon Bridge was promoted to the present rate, *7heEconomy: Choice, of a lifetimeTwo new Fords. ..Two new low- rice fields. .. ', '
,,: Club met with Mrs A W Vann. An Dec. 16 while serving at the Naval '

extra table of guests Included Mrs Air Station, Norfolk, Va 'I., Two wonderful new,ways to goTbe. : st:* l. ''J l 1 \ S
C D Tomlinson, Mrs T C Merchant .
Sr Mrs J L Wyche and Mrs .James Are yetur brakes safe? .
Conway. Prizes were ,won by Mrs

strong Harvey and Hawkins.Mrs Conway Mrs A *H Arm If DIf, AiVe l in tiday to t\ I e ( \ 1 u

Arrangements of camellias were
used In the rooms.'A dessert course McWHJIAMS GARAGE "
with coffee was se>;veL ,
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HOSPITAL NEWS,

.1 COBLES. tOl I Brought: To You Weekly By I

I
:Admissions: Mrs Amelia Roffe
FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK SB
Master Ronald Keeling, Mr Cole Howard Studstill I I
Agner, Mrs Frances Elizabeth Sullivan
ALERT WARY ANP HARD TO BAS ;.. I If"ORInA
Mrs Kathleen Fisher Mr Wm 1I0fll YOUR dW ,
THE WILD TURKEY IS
West: Mr Phil Howard, Mrs Gladys L t
:Herndon, Rose Marie O'Quinn, Mrs MO* 1 AMONG r Lumber Co. I
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Marjorie Brown, Azel Zipperer Miss L UPLAND GAME .rBlRdS f
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Hazel Bishop, Mrs Fannie Irene .

Barrs, Mr Franklin Menitt, Mrs AMS }: .
Kochcll Bailey, Baby Boy Bailey, i REV PAUL TOUCHTON. of Madison I
ilr Junior Colvin, Mr George _- ,
Jew-ell,: Buddy McMullen, Mrs Minnie gpS :. 0 0 do you read the Fishermans >, ." '..
I
l Moore?< Mrs Mary M Ponder, MrsXvonne _ 9 rtlsis 0 Calendar : .
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Smith, and Charles Tibbals. nsH 3ITIT ) "I. M! : )

Discharges: Mrs Gladys Herndon, '
Mrs Annie Thomas Mr Otis Creamer

Terry Tuten, Mrs Freda Deas, h (,
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Mrs Marie Hammock, Mrs William f o I COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR ; ,

Oliver and baby, Mrs Susie FOIM WBX JAN. 17 THRU JAN. 24 I
Hitchcock, Mr Cole Agner, Ronald ,f zS" /.
Keeling,' Mr Marcus Morrison, Mrs* .
Amelia ... Time for Each Cy "T Hs Wata Fhb Bit .."
Roffe,Jackie Brown, Miss
t Faye Bishop,Mr Azell Zipperer, Rosa I STRONG, .
O'Quinn, Mrs Rochell 'Bailey, Baby LC66EP MON 'ruE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
THE TURKEY SUJ..ll I 18 I 19 I 20 21 22 23 I 24
Boy Bailey, Mrs Fannie Barrs, Mrs HOW TO CAN RON ThC COBBLER S 1
Marjorie Brown Mrs Elizabeth TELL HEN SPEEDS AT UP 'rN8 MALE 'TURKEY 1. ,. l s::. ;::JI!
Sullivan and baby, Mr Phil Howard FROM GOB BUR-- T0 lS Lt.eD 3:40 4:28 5:13 6:02 6:52 7:44 8:39 9:38
BABY SULLIVAN Su f' 15 MPH wC IIGHS AM AM Ail AM AM>, AM AM AM '
.LAtK T/PI, [ up 1s.
Mr and Mrs James L Sullivan of G""P .
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Madison, Fla, announce the birthf L g S, Blacker HM Fish Better If* Day for Fishing
< a son, Jan. 1st. He weighed

7 IDS. and, 10 ozs.BABY. i


Mr and Mrs Johnnie SMITH Smith of If* FEATERS BUAST AVUCA6KWUCMT* ,et.k HOWARD STUDSTILL
God .. .
Madison, Fla announce the birth t: vo Nett ,

of a baby girl, born Jan. 11. The 9 u
baby weighed 7 Ibs and 9 ozs.
LUMBER COMPANYHU
COLORED PATIENTS
FLORIDA' GAME AMP FRESH WATCA. FISH COMMISSION I
Admissions: Edward Brown, Hattie .
Holmes,Ira Wright, Elizabeth Woods C-6106 MADISON, FLORIDA .

I and Gladys Josephs.

Discharges: Emma Martin, Mary .
Collins and baby, William Bellamy --

Edward Brown, Ruby Henry, Ira B TEAM LOSES TO.NOTICE DIftSOLVE OF CORTOEATIONB 1XTEXTIOJI GOLF ASSOCIATION Mr and Mrs James F Bell MrsBell's parents, Mr and Mrs J A I

Wright Notk. u nMcwgit u UiMjvr vu. pro- ENTERTAINSThe; ,children had as guests Sunday I I of Jasper
vtalow Ot OvCUOtt tM JMStitute I1W1ua -
Hannah McKinney expired Madison High School'. B basketball .
*. 1953 to eMto c< UMnuous corp..I-:
team lost an overtime came to listed below UK cam bwn C Women's Golf Association
Florida High last Friday night 50 incorporated under Uu l v s oi honda > entertained women golfers from I
I CARD OP THANKSIt to 44. Butch Baker was high man a ad aooordlcff to tae record of Live Oak and Quincy! at a game

for Madison with 17 points while every. and luncheon Friday at the Madison .
is with much gratitude that for the 6Notice t1. .
Charles Lolley was top Country Club. r
quent tor three (S) jvn or more mta "- 1-1 I
thank '
we most sincerely all the .
winners with 12.PRESBYTERIAN. filing; of reports' and payment of Mrs A P Edgerly and Mrs C W h- To Farmers -Jf :
friends who so kindly sent flowers : ,
taxes tinder Uw prorwon of Section Cantey were luncheon hostesses andserved
'" and sympathy cards and telegrams 60643, Florida Statute. 1BS3. s ". ""
chicken \\t' Jj
and In many other ways gave WOMEN and that under the protlstona of said tetrazlnl Tegetables; ., .
Section 606.36, norlda Statute, 1953. salad German chocolate cake and. We buy Yellow Ear Corn the
help and sympathy to us at the "
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classed (
of tiatd corporations bare been coffee. : )
At the Presbyterian women .
time of the passing of our dear
: M subject to dissolution and thai around-
Golf balls .
one, "Reuben> Haynes. Your tender the church meeting Monday after- three (3)) months after date of tale were awarded to a year "
ministrations have meant so muchto noon a program on the woman's publication each and every auch cccp- number of visitors for best"ICOIU.. ;
In the work of the churchwas oration listed below that bta. sot in ,
work ;
in and Price Now Is .
us our time of sorrow, the meantime fUed 1U report" due t'; ,
\vo shall' feel forever grateful. presented by Mrs T C Gibson, Mrs tinder the j'. t .
and paid the lazes due Mrs Edwin E Hadden accompanied \
Susie Perry and the Haynes John Dovjak Mrs J M DuRant, provision of Section 606J3. Florid her daughter Mrs Charles Campbell I # $1 15 b us h' e I': : IIflP '
Families Mrs Walter Harris and Mrs T C Statute. 1963. will be certified to the ., per :' :.> .: t ,
to her home in Kissimmee last .
Governor of the State of Florid *tx> .
Candy was
Merchant Jr. Mrs George .
r will tsetse a Prodamatlon at that Saturday for a short visit.x picker picked 1 "
leader and read the scripture. f'. : : ,
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MADISON rfOWNS LIVE OAK time dissolving aid corporation. ; '",1
Mrs DuRant presided over the AdUon County Fit'< : t, :,1
suwAm--zz PLYWOOD CORPORATION Rev Paul Touchton attended .< .. : : ,/
Madison High School's basket- business session when the budget- a .. .. '

ball team defeated Live Oak last for. this year was adopted. It CJRJENVIU.Z U :further directed that a copy Methodist District Conference In J. --A, MITCHELL' 4. f'.: },...,;
Saturday night 76 to 63. Randall .0.- rJumbo of thlB notice be published one time Monticello, Monday.

Buchanan scored 33 points-for Madison !- Hamburgers SOc. In paper the publlibed 1terprLare-In Uadlion ecmSft": ,a.TVsrMa.n saev-. Milling Company '; ., ;

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Live Oak won the girls' game 51 DRIVE-IN on U S No. 63, Ie'my Hand and caused s.. .. J ".A:''-'' '. I ..'.?I'
to 37. south of Madison. 3-lt-ch: the Great seal of the State of TloN Ji
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I FRIDAY_ JANUARY asth, 1960- THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA PAGE CTFTEEWCLASSIFIED

I CANDIDATES--- C T CHARGED WITH FOLLOWINGTOO rear of a 58 Chrysler driven by
I CLOSELY Arthur Leltgabel of Milwaukee. The

I ADS put your best face forward with Cock 0' Walk Ranch's ;accident occurred 2 miles west of
an official No-Phool Foto. Wilson Capell Jr was charged Eridu on US 27.
Ordinary mug Shot 2.00 with following too closely Saturday Trooper Kilpatrick investigated the

Lost tourcfor CANDIDATE SPECIAL 3.00 CREAM OXROP: when his '58 -Ford- -rammed- the -accident.-There--were-- no injuries.

Safe /0r AtfrfW. THE E-R, HU 3-6361

MICENotice DOUBLE REGISTERED

'1 4 ; POLLED HEREFORDMSPERSALSALE FREF'!

L MALE HELP WANTED .
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f't .... Is hereby given that the f'r

: REAL.ESTATE 'BROKERAGE: WANTED: Contact man in this undersigned will register with the r
f ACREAGE FARMS area full time for Jim Walter Cor- Clerk of the Circuit Court In Madison { With purchase of each Model 140 Saw at .. .

.f":. BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL poration. Must hare car. Call .col- county, Florida upon receipt 220 HEAD
t ESTATES RESIDENTIAL lect CH 2-0391 or write Box 1203. of proof of publication of this our regular price you will get FREE

t'' APPRAISALS VALDOSTA. GA. 19-3kh notice the following fictitious Selling at 1 Nysran File *N* Joint Chain Sharptntr_$15.85
.;: ABSTRACTS OF TITLE WANTED loft 1 McCulloch P6S Pintail i Chain-182....... 22.10or
to-wit
: Some nice, deAD name :
/4. TTTLE INSURANCE! + rags. No buttons or woolens. THE WILLIS RECORDING STUDIO GAINESVILLELIVESTOCK ( chain to fit saw you buy $37.95
112 West Base Street ENTERPRISE-RECORDER. (Offtr,o.i wV tott ref J k.. U.IW)
under which I In
: am engaged MARKET
MADISON. FLORIDA.
Phone HU 3-6277 business at 404 NE Hancock St, STARTS FAST
J. D. Scruggs Madison, Fia Nature of''business McCULLOCH'S weather
4FOR SALE: Good house Cor S. '10:30 A. M. Saturday in any
FORESTER is a professional tape and disc recording ,
Horry & Macon StS. Only $ ,950.oo. REGISTERED SURVEYOR studio. Telephone HU 3-6827. 0 DIRECT DRIVE .

I Ph. HU 3-61S6 HENRY T (Ted) WILLIS Owner JANUARY 16 1960 for smooth, fast

Broadus Wifeuffcby MADISON FLA. Jan 1;8,lb;22.peS ONE/40 cutting

REALTOR 25 BULLS TORTURETESTEDfor
Phone Office HU 3-6481 T1 EXCLUSIVE, FRANCHISE outstandingdependability
Residence HU 3-6481, Madison Earn $5,000 to $7,500 a year. 90 Young y Brood Cows CHAIN SAW

MADISON, FLORIDA 50 Bred Open Heifers .
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Married men of good reputation.. .... LIGHTWEIGHT
FOR SALE One Model 40 1-row Invest $2 to $5,000. Sell famous 55 CALVESFor \ weighs only 18
John Deere tractor with cultiva II'' repairing: done by set "doctors' brand foods. No experience pounds
( information contact .
f dl.tributor necessary. We train you. If DUAL OILING

WILLIAMS, RT 2, Madison, Fla. interested write: Seitner Associates F. A. Cockrill Owner \ SYSTEM

194tpd.FOR 448 St James Bldg., : at no extra cost

) SALE: Coastal Bermuda hay 4We Jacksonville, Fia 18-2t-ch McINTOSH, FLA. 3 BAR SIZES
t Excellent quality, $30 per ton. .
Phones LY 1-3281 and 1-2281 12,18,24"EXCLUSIVE
George Eager, Valdosta, Ga. Phone JOHNW.WADSWOR1HRegistered
CH 23195. :
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FOR SALE: Polled Hereford bulls. McCulloch Pintail
SurveyorPhone DORA PRESLEY chain
I Also, 10 reg. heifers. George know how to diagnose your

Eager, Rt 1, Valdosta, Ga. TVs ills and cure 'em fast HU 3-2372 Dora Presley, age 56, of Madison, Prices Start $154' r ,
I 19-tf-ch MADISON FLORIDA died suddenly Saturday afternoon i at
(Qilif MAN Jan. 9th, while walking to town.
FOR SALE: One Model B John MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHEN She was born In Columbia County, Free Demonstration!
Deere tractor, with cultivator. 4- TELEVISION SERVICE with G-E appliances and PRE- but had been living In Madison NUMBER ONE See for yourself
disc tiller, double harrow. $500T. CISIONWARE CABINETS. Up over eleven years:: mil IN
W PETERS, RU 2, Madison. 401 E Stevens St. to 5 years to pay. Call or write She It survived by one son. Bookie why McCulIoch
Fia. 19-lt-pd We Repair HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. HU Bell of Madison; and one sister and I MeOvu.oOM WORLDSALES Is Number One!
Record.P1ayen-Automobne RadiosA 3-663L, Madison Fia. 7-tf-ch two brothers, all of Lake City.
""'''FOR SALE: 2-br house, with hot Few Choice Selections Funeral services were held Wed

water heater, In city limits..on IN USED TV SETS For your grinding and mixIng nesday, Jan. 13, In Plneland Baptist .
school bus route. Reasonable. nuI Work guaranteed satisfaction on your farm, call WEST church with Rev C S Slplin Howerton
3-6428 after 5 or all day Saturday. PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE END MILLING COMPANY, pastor, officiating. Interment followed Supply Company
20-lt-pd
I in Bethel cemetery at Lake
OUR WAY OF SAYING
Horses or Mules for Sale. 4 THANK YOU"Phone Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 City with Bees Colored Funeral ., MADISON FLORIDA. ...
9481 Quitman Ga. collect Home, Clifford. Sta]worth manager .' .
miles north Madison on Rocky Buddy TUlman Charles Rogers In charge:

Ford or old Valdosta road,.J 4 .. yt .
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S or : Impala Sport C bops-as rI t1ntslS InmI.C nted IIICdeb far'EO. s..n.8001 ss .a.ry..Ltcolof s.1ICtIJt."'Cotv...De Pit 800M kq ssnwrooa wwur. .
I Madison. 8-4t-pd .. ,.... ,,, .. AJC.yt- 1"
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or timber land plrase see inc. We SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL. r __ y v
are also Interested in buying a m
DIAMONDS, JEWELRY
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EXPERT
REPAIRING
pulpwood delivered by ftnick to *
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. .;;',# ..4"SI
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Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 SERVICE.

FOR'RENT: Furnished apartment.
MRS E 'F DICKINSON HU VALDOSTA GA.- 't

32396.. c' 19-tf-ch i' aU

FOR: RENT: Furnished apartmentat ,,503 No. Patterson oj, 'I"
'Bevan house. A. P. EDGER- .

L Y, HU, 36128. 19-lt-pd. r- ". ,-
UVfi STOCK AUCTION "
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WANTED"Want
HELP auction -each Monday, Sales start at -. .. t
r 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCKYARDS :fie; .

to make $20 or more a day Monticello, Fla. r
for part 'or full time route work? ; Registered Angus bulls' for sale =-T a

flan or woman. Write McNESS CO..I at all times. ...

Box 2766 DeSoto Sta, Memphis 2, w .
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MEN WANTED TALBOH PAINT ; \,


Personnel ATTENTIONOur Representative A&D 1E ,.....-
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will be in this area In the near WALLPAPER CO( : J "J!
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We prefer men with no experiencein VALDOSTA ''''b'
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the field as we have our own .
training program. For personal Interview free parking: L.-- s
please write name. address, tit: .
occupation, working hours and phone We have a complete line of DwotUa Factories are trnJ..g out more new Chevrolets every day. More proud new Chevy owners ,t t'f

number. ""to Box 570. Madison 419-lt-pd, Fla. Wallpaper to select from.and 1500 Come colors In of and Paints see taking to the read. Now the time to see your dealer for fast delivery and a favorable deal! ;f1,

the Coloropot Machine: .,
operate. \. The pickings couldn't be better. All smaller transmission tunnel for more engine that won its class in the latest s \'
AUCTION SALE 18 of Chevrolet'sizzling new modelsfor foot room. Mobilgas Economy Run. *
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-" PUBLIC OPINION INTER '60 are now rolling off the assem- Pride-pleasing stria-combines good ;.. :
General farm: equipment( from Coil) springs at an 4 wheels-for the .. :
VIEWERS wanted ,for part time bly lines again-In greater numbers looks with good sense.New .
kind of silent ride
satiny
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the Preston B Bird farm at ;
interviewing than
assignments the before. Your dealer's
in ever Ecosaay Torbo-firt V8-gets expect only in the most expensive .
Montfcello,
three miles south of : on vicinities of Madison ,",t
and Green waiting with all the details,including '"
Saturday Jan. 16th, starting at ville. up to 10% more miles on a gallon. makes. .....
work Is
Evening frequently
list of
a long pluses that will prove to
10 o'clock am. necessary. Please write Box 183 Widest choke of engines and transmissions Quicker stopping Safety-Masterbrakesbuilt .
you the only way to buy a car for less ;"
2 John Deere Tractors. Princeton, New Jersey, stating edu- than this low-priced Chevy Is to buy -no other car gives you a with Chevy's ever ::1'
Fertilizer Distributor. cational background, experience and lot less choice of 24 power teams,to satisfythe faithful dependability; they deliver
a car:
Grain Drill. telephone number 173tcliGear most finicky driving foot. surer stops with less s ,
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Corn Picker. Booster Bedj by feter-with 25% HJ-Tkift 6-the '60 version of the pedal pressure. CHEVROLET .
Planter & Fertilizer Distributor.. If
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Peanut.Weeder. '
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Disc Harrow. 9' '670 x '15/'All!:Weather tube-t3 pe,t' .1 .:. Now. Jast detttervt fatoraMe deals See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer. _
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Hammer and
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be inspected prior to sale
t 1 t at theBird farm. M-2t-ch. 112 W. Base St. Madison Florida HU 3-2293

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FORESTRY CONSULTANTS-TDIBER MARKETING .


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CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES -- T
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: preaching service every Sunday '- Book Study: Wednesday 7:30 p. m.

i WE WELCOME YOU A preaching Service every Sunday Sen-ice Meeting: Friday 7:30 p. m. If not) drive in today to y M -
:Ministry School: Friday 8:30 p. nx ,
1:00&m.nd : ; morning Bible lecture: Sunday 3:00'p.. m.Watchtower HcWILLIAMS GARAGE ..; .' .
1st land 3rd Sundays 10:00.a. m. PHOTOS FOR CANDIDATES
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2nd and Sundays a. n 4:15 you're running fori dog-
10:00 a.'nPrayrr Sunday p. m.
Sunday at
Service each Sunday School every Sunday; :Mrs. Guion Sims of Jacksonville catcher, constable or Governor ,<

Wednesday 8:00 p.,tn. lit and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. Jumbo Hamburgers 30c is the guest of Mrs P J Parramore you'll need plenty' of photographs'. ', ,

Family Night covered j 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. ,m. Choicest of Steaks and Sea and other friends here this week.x of yourself. I I

dish supper, Friday Family Night Covered Dish Supper Foods at WHITE TOP] You'll find the famous E-R NO-

before 1st Sunday 7pO p. ra"Woman's Friday night after second Sunday DRIVE-IN U S No. K: Mr and Mrs Robert Lay and three FHOOb PHOTOS perfect for every
Society of )Mt.. .. every month promptly at 7:00 p. m. on children visited Mrs Lay's parents occasion.
Christian Service t*:'" *" Woman's Society of Christian Service south of aiaflisfcn. 3-lt-c Mr and Mrs Dennis Harrison at ORDINARY MUG SHOTS $2.00

I meets Thursday after meets on Monday night after Blackshcar Ga over the week end.. I''. CANDIDATES SPECIAL ..

1st Sunday J8:00. p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW PHOTOS ___.__....._.? $3.00
M A F (This $3.00-deal)( makes look I "-
Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meets you
alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on 7:30 A. M Gospel Music KA1TH ten years younger, brings out your 1
1 Springs Tuesday after the 7:55 News \, human warmth and affection for all
Tuesday after 4th Sunday .
t 4th Sunday 8:00: p. m 8:00 Baptist Hour HUTS voters before the election and
: Official Board meets 1st Wednesday .., 8:00 p. m. 8:30 Gospel :Music ,. hints at a trace of statesmanship.
each even numbered month The Official Board meets each 9:00 Revival Time It' costs slightly more than the _

< after prayer service. month following the supper on 9:30 ,Gospel Concert $200 package, but well worth it).
Education meets Family NightP. 10:00 News .1> "
Commission on : .Remember Candidates. in the
'1st Wednesday each odd numbered K. ROWELL. S. S. Supt. 10:05. Sunday Serenade ,election put your BEST FACE
10:45 Prelude to Worship rre,.... hte ),.
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service. MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE Treai -
after FORWARD
month prayer .. ed..-. r..4ua hr 4., .. with a famous ERNOPHOOL
JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt C. B, DAVIS, PASTOR 11:00 Morning Worship .aieat a.aiu FOTO.
THOMAS SURLES HARRY M. 12:00 News This Is the time of year when
Dial HU 3-6361 TIlE ENTER-
1245 Afternoon Melodies losses caused by scours can be*
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t COCHRAN, LEE METHODIST CHURCH for &stanner. PRIS -RECORDER. since 1865,
problem
1225 News corns a real >
B. DAVIS, Pastor. Preaching Every Sunday.1st 1:00 Afternoon Melodies and say, "GIMME A CANDIDATE'SSPECIAL ;:'

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH and 3rd Sundays 1:30 Afternoon Melodies Striving especially bard among FOTO, I WANTS TO.WINj' ,

GREENVILLE; FLA. 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m 1:40 Serenade In Blue newborn aDd young animals." It- ->r. THE ELECTION." .
Eunday School 10:00 A. M, 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a, m. 155 Newt affects calves, pigs, and lambsin 'f r

Horning Worship _... 11:00 A M. Sunday School Every 2:00 Hour 0: Decision one or another of its various
forms. In addition U' can attack
Baptkt! Training Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday Mn.yt a. m. 2:30 Musical Sunday
adult livestock, too. i ..
Evening Worship 730 P. M Methodist Youth Fellowship I 225 News Why does scours pose such X

Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M 6nl0p.m 3:00 Musical Sunday threat, cause such losses! One
BOB SEARCY. Sunday School Supt. 3:55 News GARDEN CLUB CIRCLES MEET NOTICE TO CREDITORS
HANSON METHODIST CHURCH reason is that it comes Ja so
4:00 Hit Parade many types.Some are contagious
Preaching Services every First Mrs H E McArthur and Mrs C W Florida StatutesIN
PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 425 News some not Some can spread like
and Third Sunday lleOO a. m. 5:00 Music At Sundown lightning. Before anything can be I Cantey entertained the Azalea I THE COURT OF THE COUNTY

and 7:00 p. m. 5:30 Headlines & Weather done one must know which KIND Circle Thursday morning at :Mrs JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY,
Sunday School everY Sunday PreachIng' every Sunday 5:33 Sign Off of scours is causing the trouble McArthur's home with eighteen FLORIDA IN PROBATE. .
10:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO aDd that of coarse means a i present In the absence of the chair In re: Estate of Dessie Thom Pte.

Family ,Night Saturday, before Morning Worship __ li:00 A. M. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE competent diagnosis has to be I man, Mrs J A Davis. Mrs S II Deceased.TO .
Every second Sunday 6:00 p. m. Sunday'Evening BTU 6:30 P. M. made.
\ REV. C M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor Evening Services ...... 7:30 P. M sided. Plans were made for the HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS

HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH. Prayer Meeting Wednesday- Daily Program Schedule ApnUal Camellia Show set for AGAINST SAID ESTATE:

Sunday School 10:00 A. M Evening _. .,. ..._..._..'7:00 P. M. Thursday, Jan. 28 at the Woman's You and each of you are hereby
morning Worship 11:00 A. J.LI W B SEALS, S S Superintendent WMAF 1230 ON YOUR DIAL I Club The hostesses served coffee. notified and required to present

Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. )L J ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union 6:00 AM. Sign On > Camellia Dogwood Circles Have any claims and demands which you,
730 P. M. 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. Joint Meet or either of you, may have againstthe
Evening Worship 6:25
Mid-week Prayer Service 730 P. H Director.ERNEST GURR, Minister World & State New The Camellia and Dogwood Circles estate of Dessie Thoirpklns,
6.30 Fla. Farm Hour
Brotherhood Ian Thursday met Jointly Thursday morning deceased, late oli said County,

.f each month at 730 P. M WELCOME TO I 6:45 Rudy Hamrick In The Education Building at the to the County Judge of Madison.
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W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. K.Evelene NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH a (Moo. Wed. Fri.) Presbyterian church with fifty or County, Florida, at his office In the
Circle '625 World News more in attendance, for an arrangement court house of said County at
Kelley 7:X3 State Kew workshop. Madison Florida, within eight
3rd Thursday 230 P: M. Come Worship With Ua .
7.-05 Coffee With Ray Miss Sarah May Love qf Quincy, calendar months from the time of
.V. L. SINGLETARY, S. S. Sat Sunday School 10:00 A. M. MSoeet
GILBERT KELLEY. B.T.U. DirectorgEV. Morning Worship ____ 11:00 A. M 7:45 World News J conducted the workshop made the first publication of this notice.
LEWIS D. HUGHEN. PalterWELCOME BsfKkt Trainiflg Union 630 P. U. 7:60 State News fatal a heavy MB cywaraataAfe several arrangements and gave Each claim or demand shall be in
Evening Worship _. 7:30 P. M. 755 Weather Newr al Mb KM efj ar.I helpful suggestions In the demonstration writing, and shall state the place
TO Midweek Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. 8:00 Ogee Rita Ray To CM owner of calves, -whUeoonT of arrangements made by of residence and post office ad-
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST HURCBsitsday Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 F. M ,9: X) Morning Devotiom aad "black scotznT poe the Circles. Each participant brought dress of the claimant, and shall be

$ School --::. 10:00 A. M. P cldes S. S. Supt 9:15 Musical Interlude A* major threat roctanateb* her own materials for the demon sworn to by the claimant his agent
Jack. )
11:00 "X K. 9:30 Music Unlimited W9 oar Ear a doohleherrelcdddhnM his and such
Morning Worship strations.At or attorney, any
Sfea Andrews ...: B. T. IT. Director .. .. .
:Draining Union ........... 630 P. M.ICvenlng REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS Pastor 10:00'Newt .a aft fte. kOn. Ta the business session plans were claim not so filed shall be void.
Worship 730 P M 10:05 Mode Vnllztited treat fbcna. mint yeCecinarianfl made for the Annual"Camellia'Show. /s/ OT.LTK C THOMPKINS, As

frreyer Meeting 7:30 P. M.Orarch CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST '10:30 Music Unlimited now slot CM method modern pies blood jopplcBMD traccfo* Mrs Carroll Blalock and Mrs T G administratrix of the Estate of

Business Meeting Flnt CttUUCH 11:00 Music Unlimited tail treatzneatc wQb eonsSdcrS)*' Bouland. Circle chairmen were actIng Dessie Thompkins. deceased.

Wednesday night of eath fnottA. 11:15 Public Service bta coecets. To belp prtvtat hostesses at the coffee, hour. First publication 12 4, 1939.11.4t .
and W. M. U. Se mt4 130 Record Session .pd
Brotherhood Preaching Service every Sunday scours, the open pea and aorse)
Thursday night of each monk Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 12:00 World News cow pUo. pbza liberal vitamin Mrs Paul Touchton and Mrs S A THIRTEENTH BIRTHDAY PARTY
trenching Services Event Suafey Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 12:15 P3L Noontime Notes .A to pregnant cows arc tea Smith are spending this week at

I Come WorsWp With Us. Sunday School every Sunday at 12:30 Talk Of The Town enwmiaded. Ormond Beach where they are attending -
REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor 10.-00 A. M. 12:40 Uncle Ned Swine raisers need to watch for CFO as representatives of Carlena Morrow daughter of Mr
12:45 State New. several type of scours baby Madison First Methodist church celebrated
BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. H. and Mrs S Guy Morrow,
i r. LEE BAPTIST CHURCH 220 Farm News pig scours (T.O.EJ. plain pig .xr her thirteenth birthday with a wiener
REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor Prayer Meeting every Wednesday 1225 Weather News court, swine dysentery, and
MADISON WINS AGAIN from 5:30 to 7:30 Saturday
'at 730 P. MeBrotherhood roast
Sunday. necrotic cfiieritis. In pig scours
Services every 1:00 BnibiQy Bit Parade
Madison High School's basketball
Sunday School ..?........ 10:00 a. m.. tost Thursday every 125 News the the to do Is discover which evening at her home Thirty guests
Worship 11:00 a. m. month at 7:30 P. M. of several factors Is responsible 'team won Its fifth straight enjoyed the occasion with the
Morning 2:00 Gospel Time last Friday night when it defeated hostess who was assisted, by
Union 7:00 p. mLrenlng Everybody Welcome. and go on from there. In some game young
'raining Worship __ 8:00 p. In.Prayer REV. J. R. COLLINS Pastor: 2:30 Public Service types, a more difficult problem Florida High of Tallahassee ) -I"I her mother, and sisters Catherine
2:45 Afternoon Melodies infectious 77 to 60. Randall Buchanan and Jean with with
7:30 is presented. They are very entertaining
Wed. m.
Meeting p. MADISON CHURCH OP CHRIST '225 World & State News and real kfflers. The chalked up 20 points and Joe Adams I I games Served with wieners were

7 MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST 701 South Range 3:00 Afternoon Melodies best professional help is impor II' 17 for the victors while Charles I cold drinks, ttrthday cake and

CHURCH Sunday Bible Study 10:00 A. M.: 3:45 Public Service tint If heavy losses arc to be I Calhoun was tops for Florida High I. candies The honoree received many

P-EV. JACK LAMB Pastor Lord's Supper and 4:00 News ,"* checked with 19. nice gifts.FUELMORE.
6. R. Scpp Chairman Board of Edification ___ 11:00 A. M. 4:05 *' Request Parade Lambs are most often affected
425 World & State News 97 a type of scours like that
Deacons. Sunday Evening Service 730 P.M. '
5:00 Request Parade which strike calves. It often "
Sin)' Bailey BTU Director Wednesday Evening 6:45: Sports Highlights strikes shortly after birth, and

Leroy: Cnue ...w. Associate Director Services .730P.M. 6:00 World News can kip within 24 hours .

Leroy Cruse ....... S. S. Supt. NEW HOPEFUL 6:15 Twilight Tunes The important point is that now "

Hiss Merle Bass ... ?... Song Leader MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 625 News likely is the to time strike when Prompt scours is action most, FUEL

Mrs Juanlta Cruse "Picket. Services every tint and third 7:00 Sign Off prompt dUfnosis. prompt treatment

Sunday School 10:00 It.. M Sundays at 11 a, m.. and 8:00 p. m PROGRAMS SUBJECT: TO these are the three things

Morning Worship '.._ 11:00 A. M. ;;UR day School every Sunday lOwtf CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE which can make the big dii .

Training Union 7.00 P. ,M. a. m.Tralnlnc Dr and Mrs J A Davis and two terence
Evening Worship :.... '8:00 P. M Union every Sunday 7:00 children visited his parents Mr Mrs C W Cantey and Mrs Bruce GASOLINE KEROSENE TRACTOR FUEL

Prayer Meeting Wed 730 P. M. *.m.-. w. r. BYc:: on. Putor ,and :Mrs J A Davis in Thomasville Bryan spent last week end hi *. DIESEL FUEL FOR HOME AND TRACTOR USE

:alas as I am. without one plea. Sunday. Jacksonville where they visited Mrs
BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH 2anteys aon-li-law and daughter,
X ,come Ttegardless-of your clothes Welcomes You We' :'givetyott Quick Service. L H THUR-
AlII the Rev and Mrs Larry OSteen and are equippedto
condition. Whether cotton, Home- Services Every Sunday PIatHtI Day
vpun. You 'are welcome In ourfcburch REV CARL V IVEY. Pastor familymi MAN and OTIS BROWN'are,:standing by for'your service

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service. Sunday School ., ...... 10:00 A. :M NtmDcf.t '.'

l MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Horning Worship _11:00 A. M. C rlia .
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Evenln Worshtn 730 P. M '
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730 P.M. &
Prayer Meeting. Wed. Ux .. ram ft* d.
Tenth Service Wednesday 8:00 P. M. .
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