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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 22, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. LIXNo. 21 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY JANUAHY a iwo Madison, Florida Price I Oc Yearly Subscription $3.75; Delayed Renewals ;4. ,

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Registration NiticeThe LEENEWSNOTES ORANGE DESSERT CONTEST THE'WEATIIER COLLECE NORTH FLORIDA PRESENTS JUNIOR SECONDOF County Court

ARTIST SERIES
\ The second annual All-Florida '
registration books for theMay Jessie McCall
petit larceny, $50
Orange Dessert Contest, cosponsored Week ending Jan 19th Stecher
and
1960, primary election: will Horowitz Duo- or ninety days and must make full
be open, ,every day in the officeof Mrs Joe Miller and children by the Florida Citrus Com, MaL Min IU Pianists the second of the North restitution of in amount of
the Supervisor'of Registration Mary Ann. and Philip have returned -' mission and the Florida Power Wednesday 77.54 .o0 Florida Junior College Artist $21.00... money

through ,January February, and 'I home from a visit with Corporation in this area Is now Thursday; 80 61 .00 cries, were
presented in
I friends m Griffin Atl.nta. concert Sara Wilson, drunkenness $:5
and
under Emaline Friday .77 60 T
March.
way, according to :
:. I Tuesday night at the :Madison
Mr and'Mn C G of Selma or thirty days.Walter .
Hendry -
If in 1r'or
you registered : Carpenter FPC home adviser here. Saturday 66.u.00 Woman's Club.
,Since OK for voting ..ndt' Ala and Mrs B D Ouzts ofMonUcello Rudolph Knoll speeding
.. you are I Entry blanks 'are available. at Sunday 70 42 XO The highly artistic and
were recent guests of Mr cultural $25 or thirty days.
!o' ..I1oth ve to re-register. ,
TpC office, supermarkets and Monday 63 52 .63
your
ARTHUR E. RAGANS and Mr L A 9 Lamb. program included the outstanding Mary Ellen; Gillard Alexander
Supervisor of Rel: tration. Mr Bobby Whitty of Mariannacame appliance stores. They deadline for J' 5234.00 contributions of the music mute"rsof permitting unauthorized to
over for a week end visit entries is Feb 15. 'Employees land person
19-Thru March-ch the world. From the opening drive, ,$Z .
I with his parents, Mr and :Mrs J B' members of their families': are4 ot Total A1a1 number Organ Fugue in G minor"by or thirty days.

CHERRY LAKE NEWS I Whitty. eligible to enter the contestjThe raueek ,ending January Bach Dorothy Westmore driving without

Mr Ellis M Blanton of Miami is contest grew out :of "the 16th atJXucDla: Tower OJO in; none finale Iedn1koft. to the grand license, $23 or thirty days.
for a'vlslt. with Mrs "Hungarian Rapsody No 2" William.: while
up : J B Rains Orange Cake Contest originated ai tkejcther*. Gillyard driving
(Liszt), the appreciative audience
MARCH OF DIMES and Miss Vestal l Blanton. intoxicated $100 or ninety days
several years ago by FPC.xbe' Sun rises Jan 22nd 7:32 am sets
The Mother's March for the Polio Mrs John Mercer entered the 559 was enraptured with the performance and drivers license revoked for
final will be held In
State pox.Moon
Fund at Cherry Lake will be Thurs- ,Madison "County Memorial hospitalSunday of these artists. three' months.
rises Jan 22nd 1:34 am.Moon .
Winter Haven, March 31April L
day Jan 28th. Mrs Sue Wiatt is for a medical checkup.Mrs In Included in the charming reper- Orena Hudson drunkenness, $25
constellation of Libra
First will be the appliancesfor
R L Moore is expected to prize toire were selections from Mozart:
chairman.
return home this undergoing allelectrickitchen second Jan 22nd. or sixty days.
week from an ; the
Students of the Cherry Lake : and'two old favorite Lullaby, by Rosa Lee Randall assault and bat..
surgery at the Madison hos prize an electric washer-dryer, com- Look for the, moon Brahms
the Lover and
School are participating,: in the pital. Her friends are-glad to learn ttnatUm; and third prize a portable I; bright planets close together in the Granados; the Nightingale tery, $30 or ninety days.

:.March of Dimes. that she gotal
Cherry Lake H D Club met at Mrs J H Williams 'Srwent* jto receive an electric range. I High tide Jan 22nd at St Marks hand. Rachmaninoff, and Tcherep- $25 and thirty days and In defaultof

the home of Mrs John Thigpen last Jacksonville last week for few light 8:34 amt nin, Poulenc.. payment of fine, an additional

week with a good attendance. days' visit with her children Mr and Mrs Billy McMullen. 'and The delightful interpretationgiven thirty days.Baptist.

A covered dish luncheon was -enjoyed MORE BUILDINAT LEE eon of Jacksonville came Friday the Masters by the artists

by the, group & *election of More building going up In our fQr a week end visit with the L L MISS CONNIFF PASSES brought rounds of applause to
little town ')Ir. and Mrs Sidney McMollens and the Zack Andrewscs. which they responded with encores. .
officers was held Brotherhood
Jordon are '-building on road 90 Mr and Mrs Nicholson have returned A social hour followed the con-
Mrs :Mary Crosby was elected Mr and Mrs Clayton Webb just from short visit to their Miss Pattie Mae 'Connlff 45, of cert when members of the .college -
president. Mrs Louise Wells vice. north of the Baptist church Mr home in Indiana They-were called .
Aucflla died and funeral
I Sunday faculty: and the Artist Series association The Brotherhood. of the FirstBaptist
pres, Mrs John Thigpen, sect'y-treas and Mrs Pete Allen ana Mr and there due to the death of two oftheir ,
Methodist Brotherhood meets Jan Mrs David Rutherford on the Blue I I friends. services\ were held Wednesday afternoon acted as hosts. church met Tuesday even
at the WUkins funeral. home ing in the Education Building fort
26th for county wide at the Rocky Springs) road going ,.north. This Mr Tom Dixon .spent a portion of. Centering the punch table in 'the

1| .Springs church. looks good for we don't know of A N J f last week In Jacksonville with rola-'I in Montlcello, with interment following lounge were .pink camellias aiu- w andprogYam.CVernon e regular monthly. supper meeting; .. :

.. .., -"I C .._. We. n sChurch.. '_better community_ .. ...... 4 ,. _..to.._ make_ a....home,_ tires "?-" --- '- -t I, in- Elizabeth. .-cemetery. -w peach silver* blossoms, arranged on -a< Ragans, president pre
:
candelabra holding lighted
recently purchased"3 peautlfulpiano. I I sided.i The program Included a de
Mr Sam Winters' 'generous tapers. The silver punch bowl was notional;I and a 'tape recorded ser

contribution to the fun1 L enabledthe placed at one end. Mrs L C Bruner mon by Dr Charles Allen of Atlanta

purchase of this much needed and Mrs J D Kaney poured. Mrs who Is preaching this week
Rowe BoWen and Mrs Waring in Quitman.
instrument.
Circle No. 1 of the WMU served
Jr assisting hostesses
Wyche were
Sunday Jan 10th Mr J C Moore
a bountiful supper of country fried
. of 'Madison conducted all servicesat \ steak salad mashed potatoes and

the church. Mrs Moore. also. fatfended : 1 gravy, string beans apple pie a la
aU' services: : ; apt.I ) ITYCOURT mode and coffee.

Sunday night Jan 10th a special Circle members serving were Mrs

hymn was sung by George Shawl C T ''McWllllams Mrs R B Bryan

Bob Milner and. Donald Wilson, f I (past several weeks) Mrs M D Mtfter and Mrs W M

Mrs Milner was pianist I Roosevelt Humphrey, indecent exposure Wynn.

Rev J R CoU1ni:and his wife re- $25 bond estreated. ,

turned last Friday after a weeks 'C NOJ"S* wA reckless Vera Mae Tfce.found speeding and of *
, visit In Virginia and the;Carolina driving, guilty Mn:Kei A: Ed wards

speeding only, $25 fine. ... .. .. .. .
f .. Airs Larry Boffe. and tMr*,J>oU % .. :. P- << John 'U nry/ Tice 'disorderly corf- f' r--- J

: Burnett are convalescing at their .ft"ilJ"l.ED duct. $25 bond estreated. Mr and Mrs, John Ed Chubby)

borne James McNair Jr. possession oi Edwards of Holly Hill Fla. are the

Mrs C E Buckhalt is visiting; alcoholic beverages -for purpose of parents of a baby boy weighing S
SIGNALS
" her mother and other relativesMiami. ',In sale, $100 bond estreated.Ztbede lbs and, 1 oz., He was .named John
? r. Martin, reckless driving. Keith.
. the .r 52$ bond estreated. The baby is the grandson of
Work has started to improve CAPE
; Kelly Ghent. public drunkenness Mr Georgia Edwards who left
school and lake
: entrances to the her grand
$23 or thirty days. Wednesday to visIt\ new
" roads. The community appreciates
SAFETYSIGNALS Carroll Edward Welch, speeding., son.
all concerned in this ImprovementPTA
U fine.
" $
r
t :Meeting on Thursday night Grace West Wilson causing an TONY CLEMONS PASSESTony

. Jan 21st. Monday and Tuesiay accident $25 bond entreated t

: Jan 25.26 are Evaluation Days with James ftlllledge, permitting minors demons a well known

no classes at the scnooL to patronize a pool room $25 citizen of Madison county, died

Mid-term exams this week In all bond estreated. Thursday night Jan. 14, at the
classes. N E Stephens, driving while intoxicated I local hospital.

"!r Mr Norman Howard attended and no driver's license, Services were held at 2 p m _
$100 or thirty days. Tuesday Jan. 19.: from the New
t, .the Clerks Moderator Conference. Franklin J. Bowden, reckless drtv Chapel Baptist church with the
ij .at Jacksonville Tuesday. He also lug $25 bond estreated..
I .1 pastor,officiating. Burial followed at
I f 1 visited his daughter, Miss Carolyn T Leo Pkkels.: driving without license Oak Ridge cemetery with Tillman

Howard. $25 fine. St James Funeral I Home in charge. t ..
" Baptist M F Associational S S Duke Thomas public drunkenness. Survivors Include seven sons andtwo .

v Meeting was held at Midway Church $32. QT or thirty days. .daughter,
, .Monday nightith' a good Wendell Brooks, unlawful em-
ployment of minors. $50 fine. ,
attendance. Rev Cecil Hicks pre NO. 9
drunkenness,
Della Jones public .. -
sided.
$25 bond estreated.
t. Madison High School's basketball
reckless
Jimmy Martin Agner.

a HERNDON. ,SHEFFIELD You can do tin ftiifs to guard yourself against cancer: Have an annual health checfcup. driving. $25 bond estreated. team won its ninth straight victory
bete Tuesday night over-

t. / Sheffield, daughter of Bert yeroeif to the seven danger signals that could mean cancer: turning Lake City 71 to 44. Joe
Miss Ruth
'; Mrs L G Sheffield and the late Mr IJ\ND\ DEALS Adams and Donnie Floyd led the
1. Unusual bleeding or discharge 29 and 25
. 'Sheffield end James Norman Herndon victory procession with

were married Tuesday after- 2. Alwpwtfiidefiingin I + points respectively.
Jan. 5th Tallahassee. Fla. Madison B team also won 53 to
noon. and
W Simmons
G Sever to J C
the toast etsexh!
Mrs Herndon is a graduate of J GC' r4 21. withButch Baker accountingfor
wee two acres in NWKof NW 3t,
Iadison High Scnool Abraham 1 A ire tint fees not heal :Sec 9. TP2S.R6E.M 12 of the 53.
Baldwin College In Tifton. Ga. and

-.. also a graduate of Georgia State .A._ In ...,or w.Mer wms. S Letchworth and wife to AUDREY NEWMAN CIRCLE: ..

College for Women to :31Ue. MBJeife -"'IE- M h A Walter McGuire: and Arlene K .
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CL with a B S Mrs Marcus Cherry Mrs
..I"th past five years the.has. tint : '; 'II .J << NFa kjt k _IwiK Lot 20, BIk 23. Greenville Investment mond Mercer were hostesses to the

. : Home Economics at the Irwteton.WHiaason Ga. : 'f l lpfB In 9 wHT 8T fR9Mr CANCER Go's lands Town of Green- Audrey Newman Circle Monday

.. .County High School in ., oJ. ..,. : night in Fellowship Hall with eight;
Is ..the'.en' of :Mr > Ilk.Cullen
4Mr Herndon 1 f W Howard and wile to tem members.
and Mrs Walter B- Henrfon of ,.3 B PPW* IPI.H Mi hie IWwSj| SOCIETY Anna Elizabeth Stewart. certain Miss Alice Sims introduced the

'PiJle L He attended and serred the four schools years of ., 1I'IIIIt t; i iM.6iyt MiA IAtc7i/M1: I lands In Sees 5 and 6, Tp 2 N, program which concluded the cur-
.
this county
rent study. Mrs Cherry brought tog
11the Air Force. Sir AJcharge : =-.1 .... -Jtl. R8E. climax! the interesting study in her

from service be hai ,''n. : 1J f, J.f_ L R Woodard and.wile* 'to Wfl- presentation of this timely and informative -

I ., connectedUepartaverrt with the Madison PoHeetheir : t ltam''L.1f'iSi and wife, tot 10, course. The evening was

B k C Jsrdaa-Unes SID Town of spent informally and cake a la mode,
The t'o a wW ... 11I.- :Mailrom. nuts and coffee were serred.

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PAGE TWO \ THE ENTERPRISE-EEOORDER.... MADISON,... FLORIDA FRIDAY.- JANUARY'22, 1960 .

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Saturday DOUBLE- FEATURE January 23 READING : .


RODAN, the flying monster. In ,I
Technicolor. The ancient legends of t '
the Orient in direct conflict with, I ...

.. present-day atomics. Thundering out i MADISON ,
of the far-distant past-a super- '
sonic creature no weapon could DRIVE-IN-THEATRE ADS IN THE .

destroy. BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 P. M. .

THUNDER ROAD, 'starring Robert Show Starts 7:00 P. M. '

Mitchum ,Sandra Knight. 'The PROGRAM .' ; ,.
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whjpporwill sang a lonely song-- : <, '
and his life would be short. A .
Friday-SatUrtiay, Jan. 22, 23
,
man of fire and ice. A life that DOUBLE FEATURE .. "N'..> ... .
was wild and free. He broke the WOMAN OBSESSED in Technicolor '=. .';.......,...
". law but was true to the code of with Susan Hayward and ,I -' ;.,/' ,
the hills. Cartoon.8undayMonday Stephen Boyd.TARAWA .

January 24, 25 BEACHHEAD will- ". ER '
BUT NOT FOR ME", starring Kerwin Mathews and Julie Adams. #J ;: k
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Clark Gable Carroll Baker. Delightful / '. ", .
comedy about a May- Sunday.Monday, January 24, 25 .. f
December love in bloom to chase DOUBLE FEATURE #
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your. blues away. A riot of laughter FIRE DOWN BELOW in Tech- ,: \: ....
from beginning to end. Car- nicolor with RITA HAYWORTH : ; ;, rJ _A\
toon. and ROBERT MITCHUM plus UNWED ,
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MOTHER. ; ...
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Tuesday-Wednesday, January 26, 27, 'yi

LONELY Clift HEARTS Robert, starring Ryan i 'Tee Late To Classify" '" .: .
Montgomery : .. IN I ... ... trl ,'
Dolores Hart Myrna Loy. Un ',. .. .
faithfulness-How it affects the: .. ." : -- (' .
For Sale f OF.
,Jives of a number of people. Got a Hay :u '"

problem with your love life Then 1 ." j, /) ./'..: ,

by all means see Miss Lonely Coastal Bermuda Hay $30.00 ton .. ; >'<,," ...: r

hearts. Cartoon. Good Peavine Hay $40.00 .ion ;f,," r <<
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28, 29 FRED TUSHBANT., contact Cave's t, \ .-tfi ;, ..... .,... ,
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Thursday-Friday January .. '1"I( ... .. ... .. .. .
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DOUBLE FEATURE Feed Store, HU 3-6616,. Madison. .... ; ; .,. fj ) "" I.' '

THE OREGON TRAIL in cine- t 21.lt-ch: 1960 tJf.-( :t. .,..''' 01' : ,". .... 11/1.. ....

maScope Fred and MacMurray DeLuxe, color Nina, Ship-starring FOR SALE: ,Nicely located 'home to : .. ...-. .....I....".. .. It! ,,'. ''rI'.'",AI.- .....,..,1. _..tl.t.:"'.VUJ! .;. .."Jit-., '. I

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neat: ValdoJta highway, close to J 'tT' ,;
,man, Gloria Talbot. The action- /'''.., .. .. .;. ; "
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MOORE Phone \ U.
Madison JESSE : : *:1 "tt
packed drama of the way the West .. .-- .: : : ; .
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HU 36898. 21-2t-ch : Ii ./ : .
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was won; Adventure romanceIn ., .
the wild unconquered West FOR RENT: Garage apartment With All .. y ." 0 \\\ .. .... ,- ,
To ,
Keep Up i ''' # :
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LITTLE RASCALS VARIETIES.A College students only? 'tour boys. : t 1 ) '1'... .., .. : ,') : l ": .
Contact MRS HAZEL WEST, HU !
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full-length feature. A fun-fest 3-C762 after 6 p. m. 21-tf-ch J I'F-: ;"" > 'i\
tory-spiced with. hilarious con Those Advertised Bargains! .: ..
fusion. Cartoon. LOST: Blonde Mexican Chihuahua ... \ I
I dog. Finder please contact the

., :\ JENKINS home at Cherry Lake.

",.+ ).,.;... I Phone' 8277. 21-lt-ch D on't let your friendly, = tC Q Q f
F. A L (Rooster) Leggett
courteous competitors do all ,

1956 Chevrolet 4 dr, the advertising I Dial The E-R, Jr. Announces For We've gone ALL< *OUT toI
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.. HU 3-6361, and say,' "Gimme

Intone & Heater $995 an .ad, Mrs WilsonNO." ."". Stale RepresentativeA

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HARDEE MOTOR CO.
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,* L (Rooster) Leggett Jr., of
A WATER DOG Greenville, is announcing his candidacy : -I ..
I Madton? High School's'basketball today for State Represent FOR OVR
Pionsexs Russell BodcWeln ibroufctl.-6 team, rode'' to its eighth successive the from Madison County. Mr -

the newspaper office Wednesdaya victory, with no defeats, tat Fri Leggett is presently serving his 2nIyERSARY SALE a
in Insurance small fourfooted animal five or day night, overcoming Jennings 51 second term as Mayor of Greenrille. .

six inches long, with spotted skin, to, 28. Billy Rutherford threw 21 lIe is president,of the Madison .-.--

for Farmsrs which he dug out of the ground. points for the winners and Fred Worshipful County Master Development of Authority Greenville, DRESSES. SKIRTS BLOUSES PEDAL PUSHERS SWEATERS,

The animal is not so often seen Hicks 16, while Loyd Weathering- Lodge No. 28 F & A M, and President PAJAMAS, $OY'S SHIRTS AND PANTS -"

Over the years your Farm but Is probably familiar to some ton garnered 16 for the losers. of the Brotherhood of the O ALL WINTER MERCHANDISE REDUCED $
Bureau Insurance Companies of our readers. Our ,animal editor Madison also won the girls' game Greenville Baptist Church lie also

have tection pioneered and benefits in providing for farmers pro called him a water dog.. which is 28 to 11. teaches Suod*>t School class. He ONE GROUP OF ONE GROUP OFT

through their Farm Bureau !.. one of the salamanders of the ,- U rice-president of the Madison
aurance policies, class. He likes damp DANCE.NEXT MONDAY County Cancer Society. .
amphibian BOrS BLUE JEANS
Now. with more than %,.500OO His father A. L. (Rooster) \
policies in force Farm places, so he was turned' loose.He It. GIRL'S
J- RES PETAL
your S E S PUSHERS
Bureau Insurance Companies is not poisonous or otherwise Dr and Mrs Marshall Hamilton Leggett, Sr., who is Justice of the .
are the largest,group of insurance dangerous. Peace District No.5.' Madison ; EACHfJ'
companies in the world are giving a dance in honor" of theirdaughter. County His grandfather was the You Us an Offer $1:00

I writing insurance designed. for Sale 'at Wayne'sMrs Nancy, at .the Country late State Senator, ,C>, L Leggett t j t :

.-j-' .farmers With assets and ranchers.of over$360.000,.. .' Club'?next. Monday 'tugfe!* from 8 who represented Madison County in ; tAlt Sales Cash & Fmalj
4 f-000.00. your Farm Bureau In. W* A' Davis of Pinetta returned to IL,;-AH high school studentsare the Legislature. it : ,
.. __ Companies Mr- Lexgtttt is married to the r t .
aurance provide you
fIJ' "Invited.*
L* both Saturday after a on' _
with insurance of financial former Resell Parker of Fold ; Green Stamps not given Sale x
several weeks' visit with her daughter
oundnesa. Their two children are Susan, 9 v1:2AeJ1a--SAo. ,
When consider insurance Lactic B Johnson, entertained the "
you family
Mrs A B Sharratts, and '
for own need, U', a good months and Nancy, 9 years.
your SRJC faculty and other school .personnel t
idea to talk with your local at Toccoa,. GaT Mr Leggett, who Is 33. was edu-
Farm Bureau Insurance agent. recently' with a buffet supper. cated in the Greenville public :
A fried chicken menu was served > :
KEEP UP WITH POLITICS schools .and at Florida State Uni .
Southern Farm BureauInsurance I IN THE E.R KEEP UP WITH POLITICSIN versity.! lIi'served 28 months in *- 't'-t.. '. The Friendly ShopPHONE .
the AIr Force during World War II.
THE ERGE
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I Georgia Red Sweet Potato seed, 14 of which were in the Far East HU 3-6730 MADISON, SLOIUDA
Co. lIe Is employed by Florida Ply
$1.5o bushel. See Appliances woods In Greenville.. et
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t ,". KERMIT HORNE ,Leggett plans a house-to-house
Elzie May for' the post-and solicits
campaign
BOX 38 HU 3-6C63 Howerton' Supply Co. Jumbo Hamburgers SOc. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 3rd
.... I your vote and support in the Demo-
MADISON, FLORIDA at Vickers Implement Co. cratic May primaries. Choicest of Steaks and Sea JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.
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<" IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY.IN .
(paid pol. adv't). Foods at WHITE TOP CHANCERY

.... REARRANGING STORE- DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, J T E Gilbreath, Plaintiff.

- south of Madison. 3--1 t-ch vs.
t Alice Gilbreath, Defendant
English
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8 The PrteH store on Range and DIVORCETO
Pinekney streets is being extensively MET O TST.MEN'S CLUB
f I : Alice English GUbreath
>'I" rcarran e Lattd converted. In-' ** n" .
I those residence and address are
) to a setf-service stare. .J I "B W McDotical l, new ptltorfll.J..ft unknown. "
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\ 5 Georgia Red Sweet Potato seed, :. Jethodtet: Church was r You are hereby notified that a

4TYSWT $1.50 bushel: See guest speaker at the Methodist,, 0111 of GompbMnt for Divorce has
I been filed against and are
Men's Club melting Tuesday night. : you you
FizieMay I "No Good Thing Will I \Vlthhold" required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
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was the topie of the irnpiratlonttl I
at Vickers Implement Co. talk. which emphasizedthe complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
4' \. I : R E Cowart whose address
Rambler and GMC Trucks SPEAKS ON-NEW MARCH .'seek.goodness him firsti of God to, those .who: is Madison Florida and file the

I origin* answer or Pleading in the
,.. Mm Van H Priest was guest The Haddcn-MorroMC! le.er. ,office of the Clerk of the Circuit
f.....:. Ih : speaker at the Rotary Clubmeet.. .ved a country style, JOpper' of 'Madison
.: : G D'CLAN r; USED CARS .... ,: I,Court in and for County.
:: ,, '" .. lag Wednesday and made an argent sausage, buttered grits.;aalad hot JTorida4on or before the 9th day of
,4 ,:.. .' : 1938: RENAULT pie for the New March. !of Dimes r"biseu4t wltbxcountry syrup and I February A. D. 1960. If you fail

.n"5i1MERCURY: ffa. program, which is fighting all crippling "coffee.W to do so. Decree Pro Confesso will
heater clean "
.. diseases, arthritis birth detects for the relief
entered
4: : ** be against you
,:radio heater *fr M. and James Ragans a
and polio. She quoted HtaUsti- demanded In the Bill of Complaint
STATION
:.( ... '. 0 1955 FORD musical duo furnished guitar ,and .
,., .>: .1934 POl't7uc'. 'WACON-V-8, auto transheater /** ." f clans that one out of sixteen babies ', The Enterprise-Recorder fa, hereby
.. beatex std. trans. i i is born with .significant birth defects. vocal music. ..: designated as. the newspaper in
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EDGAR FAIRCLOTH .. ]156 Ford FairIIe .
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: Vickers Implement Go.; Inc.Ytur Tallahassee and, three MRS students I (SEAL) I
:< Misses Joy Gossman. Sandra. DALE M. LESLIE Clerk Circuit
Ulm., .and 'Billy West,t $1095 Court.

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I % LBRITTON-PINKARD.' NELLIE MAE McCRAY Jumbo Hamburgers.. 30c. I Georgia.. Red Sweet Potato seed. '
1958 Fwi Y-8 Mr FBI Chief} Writes I'
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NUPTIALS SATURDAY 1 Choicest of Steaks and Sea f $1.50 bushel See .j.jr

OYetiiYe I& H Nellie Iu'lcCra\ are .72, of Foods at WHITE TOP r EJzieMay '.
In double at
a ring ceremony $1e5 '
: DRIVE-IN U S No. 53 I Iat
9 p.. m .saturday, January 16th at U S DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE Greenville passed away at her on .
the home of the Rev .and Mrs HARDEE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION home January 18th. after a 'rief south of Madison. 3-lt-ch Vickers Impjement Co.. .' :
MOTOR CO. WASHINGTON 25, D. C .
Austin Kelly, 'Miss Evelyn 'At illness. She was a member of the *>CAPTIST CIRCLES I ASSOCIATIONAL *.T-' '*
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MUSIC
button daughter of Mr and Mrs New Chapel Missionary Baptist (

Joe Albritton became the bride of &t..'WANNEE..... .__RIVER._ ...._JUNlOR January L 1960 Church put Heroine, and secretary Baptist WMU circle No I, willmeet FESTIVAL .V* .'
Raymond PInkard. The"'ReV"'"Kelly COLLEGE' '' JO ALL LAW' ," ENFORCEMENTbFFICIALS and mother of the New Chapel in the Educational: Building '
officiated.The : Church. She attended BekUng Monday AM at 10 o'clock January An Associational Musk Fesltvajuwas
The Moral of America are bealeged held Sunday afternoon In'thef ,:
bridegroom Is the son of Ur Registration Dales for SecondSemester Holmes College in Jacksonville.She 23th, 1960.
today lay *n unprincipled Madison
and Mrs J B Pinkard.Mr are January 23 and 25, force which will spare nq home or Is survived by two daughters, Circle No 2 will meet with MrsJ ,. from Baptist Greenville.t Church with .
and Mrs Alfred Plnkard 196a. 'The ,officewill' be opened communby in Its quest for illicit Phoebe Mae 'Slplln of Pompano J Conway at her home at 3 groups
brother and sisterin-law of the from 9.-00 A-M to 4:00 P M' profits. Beach and Willie Mae Bellamy of o'clock: pm Monday Jan, 23th. and Elizabeth Church choirs parti-

bridegroom attended the couple Spcctel Masses for teachers will J Jo I am peaking el the unquestionably -(Greenville; one son., David McCrajr, Circle No 3 will meet with Mrs cipating. Each choir supplied Its
Other,guests' included the bride's be organized upon request. base individuals who spread.obscene 1! of West Palm Bcach; one sister T M Raines and Mrs W' B Raines own accompanist.The '
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parents. Mr and Mrs Albritton Sr, literature across our land Matilda Johnson Greenville: fivegrandchildren 10 o'clock am Monday January 25th: Rev Julian T Maddox of
her sister, Miss Jamie Albritton, Registration at Suwannee River through the means of films, decks, Elmore Bellamy, In the home of Mrs T M Raines. Greenville was in charge and.. ..
and Mrs Austin Kelly Junior College Jan 25. and 26, of playing cards, photographs, Nellie Mae Hill. David Jerome BWC will meet with 1.11'1V B awards were made for best per-
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The bride chose a two piece 9 am to 4 pm. "comIc": books salacious magazines.paperbacked McCray Vickie Ann and Paul Mc- Selman and Mrs C L Tadlock at formance. Those making B averages
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and
book other pornographlc -
tallorjpd suit of light blue wool 61"i. products.* These forms or Cray. and four great grandchildren. the home of Mrs Selman Monday will compete at. the February FesU'a1 -

with matching accessories aha( Silver Springs. They are at homein obscenity Indeed threaten the moratlty evening at 7:33 o'clock January in Perry.Candidates
black velvet hat with short veil. their new home on the Troy of our Nation and Its richest I Funeral services will be held 23th. Panhandling-
She wore a corsage of whit$ car Road. ; treasure--our young people. Sunday Jan 24th. at 3 p m In the Voters can't shake down
nations. Refreshments were served Mr. Pinkard is salesman with While oar schools churches and I New Chapel Missionary Baptist with Clifford Stallworth of Beggs you
after the ce mony. Madison Jewelers and 3Irs. Pinkard youth organizations conscientiously Church in Greenville. Intermentwill Colored Funeral home In charge when you talk to 'em' in an E-R
strive to improve the morals and follow In New Zion cemetery of arrangements. Ad.
Later In the evening :Mr and Mrs .will continue: with Rdberts DrugStore thinking of our Juvenile citizens
Pinkard left on 'a wedding trip to : .
the
forces of evil are working on r\
...-.-- '- L other side of the fence to contamI-
au", -" -- rd. v,.'".. ... .. t'.f" .". I all hold decent The
that
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most disgusting part of ,this as-
caUlt is that our youth Is sub- t
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.. jected to lurid exhibitions of obscenity ,
\,.' ; SEEti&SfesS'. .. In many of the places where '

...'". :.;. :':.1* ': .. they Despite seek! the clean splendid entertainment public service Sale No\v You Can : '

t f" ft'Ddtted.dally by the over, .'.:. *. ... ... ..
whelming majority of advertisingand /

entertainment executives,, a fa Progress .Save Now!
small group of opportunists ..inthese r LA .
fp Industries are degrading .

01 America and its youth Our young ,-' .. : ,
people are literally bombarded with '
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t vulgar motion picture advertisements o "
Ink\ .,, ''!'" .,.
certain
some newspapers; u3 I
movies have too often made ... ) ,a "
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good on provocative ;
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the advertisements; and profanity :, "
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ingredients: of more and more screenofferings. 4 '. < :iJf'f)1 ....
A few television producers .' ,
too. sometimes break throughthe .. "
+ High Class Printing Veil of decency as if some of I Store-Wide Great Mid-Winter r ,
them were trying to see Just how I
much the public will stand. Recently
we have seen considerable
<. :. publicity concerning certain elements I

Of All Kinds' in this medium who have j
sacrificed scruples on the altar of
monetary gain.
lot It. It Is also a grievous fact that
(Except Tickets And -
Money) "
drugstores and "sweepshops, pleasant cL1nNcI
meeting places for past generations
now display publications !
which a few years' ago would have ,'. '
a place in only the bawdiest of 1 I

+ SMITH CORONA gathering decay places., tolerated These by signs adults ofmoral : ..' ...,.

cannot help but debase the thinking -
of our impresslonbie teen-

agers. Vet, while they are impressionable
$Standard Typewriters American youths are
remarkably wise In recognizing Vi
pseudo-plety In adults and the sham SAVE C '

or a society morality.In which. condones: declining .

1957 there were nearly eight ,
Adding Machines forcible rapes per 100.000 inhahi- .
tltnts' in the 'UnIted States. InlSf -
58 this figure Increased ten and
one half percent a forcible rape

And Cash Registers occurring truly shocking every and 36 shameful minutes! state This UI/U

of affairs is made emore deplorable UP T
by the knowledge that sex "
Times and obscene and vulgar ..
literature often go hand in hand.
The time for half-hearted oblique
Underwood & action against dealers in depravity
Smith. < ""
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despicable trade reap S500 millionyear '
this diabolical busines is v {

Corona PortableTypewriters costing a the Nation much mare' than ." ,'. 0 On 4 ...':-.:,.J;, ,

I1neIt is robbing our country .':'I. ".p" .", ... t
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of decency-it Is a seedbed I \! : : '
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for delinquency among juveniles LADIES CHILDREN'WE k :
end depravity among all ages. If : MENS r .
,, Americans
." : we are to _" -e morally. J' '
.*.. f- must It'8rdtithID themselvesfor
of
the answers to these questions
Have local governing authorities Investigated #

Metal And Wood pgainst smut to salesmen ensure in that their communities laws -Ladies- .

enough Iii I ,
+ are strong ( DRESSES % 't. :$ :
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the public outcry of tufficient i 0'
strength to impress locaf judges COATS .
with the need of defending morality ,' SUITS .
Office Furniture by sentencing filth purveyors to SHOES ;
maximum terms Are community I
and civic groups cooperating with e SKIRTS, BAGS; ETC. w" :
Irw enforcement authorities infighting i
this debasing bHght? -Men's- : H I
f. And4aboal1are good citizens I

UNDERWOOD; teaching their youngsters SUITS ;
+ habits and beliefs which will be as %
armor against the tainted temptations SPORT COATS | "...'. .
of muck mercryints DRESS PANTS .f

BURROUGHS Very truly yours. : HATS, SHIRTS 'ETC: -
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ADDING MACHINES ;, was guest speaker at the Lions r .
cas.r
dub meeting Tuesday and brought +

I an Inspiring message on the topic MISS AMERICA SHOP & CARMICHAEL'SQmtaan
Change which tie said was going
on always and was good or not so

OFFICE SUPPLIES good according to the viewpoint : :.." G -, .-",.",:w,:,..(,,,,,-'. ..
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The beautiful Garden of Gethsemane, where Christ prayed i MilS H. drkk h. t AT .
I during the last few hours of his life, Is lovingly tended by monks A teen-age girl and boy who "
It was here that Jesus realized the sacrifice he must make to j bare von many honors In ..It '
redeem mankind from sin.. .Jordan) activities hare been named 1)59 -
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Candidates Panhandling I Mrs J McC Tharin and Mrs Leroy public speaking program tinder

Voters can't shake you ,down Joyner of Jacksonville are the direction of the CoopenUre .
quests this week of Mrs W B Davis Extension Service.
when you talk'to 'em in an E-R and Miss Florida Davis. They came I, They are Barbara Ann Head !
rick 17, daughter of ),fro and
Tuesday to attend the funeral' MrsJohn S. Hendrick of Jasper FASHION & GIFT SHOP
Ad.Mrs services of Mrs Marie M Harb)'. .and Allen Polk.15.son of Mr.and
W P Knight of Amcricus I Other out-of-town relatives here to I )tra. Talmadge Polk of Trenton.
Ca. was the guest of Mr and Mrs. attend the services and have returned Both bare been 4.11 club members .
T C Merchant for the Artist Series i home were Mr Joyner, Mr Barbara for four Ann jears.was victorious Located In The Seizer Shopping Center Madison, Florida

Concert Tuesday night. and Mrs Dan Vaden and Mr and with -What 4-H Means to '')Ie."
Mrs Dan Vaden Jr of Jacksonville, the speech with whkh she bu
'I and Mr and Mrs H D Williams won county and district contests.
1956 Buick 2 dr HT.
33H to OFFon
: and three children of Tampa. councIL She If president of the county 40H

As winner In the girls'dlrlsion ,
One owner $1095 she received a certificate of merit
and a JS-plece set of silver from
Mrs Ed Scanlan Is 111 at Tallahassee I
; '. the Pure OH Co.
HARDEE MOTOR CO. lemorial Hospital, where Polk master of ceremonies for I
she entercdf|for treatment Tuesday. -t special dab events took state I I: ALL WINTER MERCHANDISE
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Wildlife Through Soil Conservation
.- In addition to hit conservation -
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H > : Interests'he has workedon
eight other 4-H programs this

,. year.lug As contest winner. he In has the received public speak a certificate I I Misses & ladies I Ladies All Weather\ LADIES HATS

of merit and wrist watch

Business Opportunity, from Pure OIL Dresses in Regular I Coats 33% OFF Values From 10.95 tcr 22.95


NOTICE TO CREDITORS & Half Sizes2forlSaIe NOW $5.00 EACH

Florida StatutesIN

Inc. THE COURT OF THE COUNTY I Values From 6.95 to 10.95
Massey-Fergttson: JUDGE, MADISON COUNT,
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE
In re: Estate of Carlton E Croom This Special begins Fridaymorning NOW $3.00 EACH
Deceased. Jan 13: and runs
MANUFACTURERS\ OF THE WORLD-FAMOUS ,
TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER- thru Jan. 23.

I SONS'' HAVING AGAINST CLAIMS SAID ESTATE OR DEMANDS 'I Buy one at the regular r JEWELRY40OFFAD

FERGUSON' SYSTEM TRACTORS You died' each of you tore )hereby ins e /
notified
and required to present same value.
any claims and .demands \filch ,you
AD Girls &
'., '. t.. or either of you. may have atratast Boys
AND '. .tM estate of Carlton ECroom, ladies' Slips
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deceased Iate'rofr'oid: "
... : .J.. ._ .., : ,; .,; to the 'County* Judge of Madison County,|i] Clojhing
County Florida at his office In the White and Black SWEATERS
'MASSEY-HARRB COMBINES court house of said County at"'I I

..t r : Madison,.. Florida within eight'', Were 8.98 NOW Ladies Girls & Boys 33% OFF

: "'.t,'11 ........ : calendar months from the time ori; ,
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of residence and post office ad:'
dress of the claimant and shall be'',: .
Franchise Available sworn to by the claimant, his agent| These are but a few of the wonderful bargains you will find when
or his attorney, and any such you visit our store Come In and see for yourself. You will be
claim not so filed shall be void I glad you did.
JULIA CROOM PROCTOR as I
ALL SALES CASH AND FINAL
FOR :MADISON, FLA. Executrix of the Last Will and I
Testament of Carlton E Croom, de
ceased. .--.- -- _._-
Contact W. W. Wiggins, District Manager, P. O. Box 1583, First publication January 22. 1960.j itaLYCOSbtUNION AND The Rev James Barber S A Kin-
Jr. and Schnitker
Ocala, Fla., or Branch Manager Massey-Ferguson, Inc., 1957 Chevrolet I 4 dr I Reword for Revue I Ia.r. ST.PARISH MARY'SThe '' SUPPER AT !f sey have been attending Claymore the Tri-State

Chamblee, Ga.;<"for: Dealer Details.: lI l Training Union Clinic in Tallahassee -
I Ione I
this week as representatives
..... I nice Rev Father Douglas of Tai' of the church
First Baptist
fI/.1 -J s; ... ,. ''.. ..,j;,I.. .. owner, $1295,1; i lahassec administered! Holy- Communion ,
..... at St Mary's Episcopal
HARDEE MOTOR Church Wednesday evening and
followed the service with a sermon. 1952 'Ford 4 dr Good
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After the services the congregation. -
New and super! From Super Suel! served supper in the Parish $195
House with members of the Guildas transportation

-! TttrazinI hostesses., salads A dessert menu of and chicken coffee I HARDEE.MOTOR CO.

\, was served.

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BAR : Fw erA ANY QUANTITY
\ 8L Petersburg Junior College
freshman Norma Aaa fnQer.is.
A Super Good t. was earned winner of Florida's .
10. '' See Us For. Red Bliss Seed Irish PotatoesTRY
I Special...Only top 19S award la the 4-H dress '
rtro program. She ts the blonde
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daacbter of )Zr. and Mrs. 8. R.FnHtr. .
Enjoy the dcEjU of rtfmiuaj peppermint comlnnrf
] Ml Sixth Avenue 8. W.
SOME OF OUR GOOD GA. RED SWEET POTATOES
wife aellD1 Super Sot 1cc Cram. AH Is eeLriomtlN' Largo.Anaouncemtat.
coated with nouriihlni cbocohte ... and cooes oa a of the award
;x., was made by Miss Asa Thompson Set us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES FRUIT-
r. stick far **y etiaj. Buy ttrtral.Trot the fsmDy soC acting state girls '4-H club
t.11rith &!i b* 10/ super ntoe. ITs ml food food! agent Florida State University. ,
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A 4-H m mbr eight year. *. VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS
Miss Fuller modeled her prtxe- \ '
*I winning formal gown'-&ereatloa LARD CANS SEEDS -4
of tangerine lace aad net- t the
"animal dress rime daring Ua.Uth .
National 4-H. dab Congress SEE US FOR WIMBERLY'S NEW CANE SYRUP
: la Chicago.Mis F.k r
S'ue. I roller's expense-paid trip
to the coBgretv wa provided by
Simplicity Patters Co,lac.

CARP: NAMED ASSISTANT TO U LES
ICE CROWl ..n ROTC COMMANDER J.I. soNs
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Cadet Major C D Earp Jr of
a nu3-z3 s
has been
Greenville selected as one
af the officers to assist Battle
5wpr Sut let CrtanIfa
Group Commander J T Mann of the
ban,COMI,.,...:. -pW&1 .Awt.Manrd.Tidoaemon. Army ROTC for the Spring semes.ler -
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LADY AiR' CUTTERMILK OR SWEET MILK TABLE READY
f.. /O/S Biscuits 3 uNS 25'C 0 L E 0'2us25c '

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i WESSON $ 49 Hickory( Ranch No. 1 Qwwrw I
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: CAN OSCAR MAYER BACON SQUARES 18 .
2 LARGE BOXES 4'gc c :t: :HAWIC SMOKED HAM HOCKS I
NECKBONES
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PORK FEET 2 LBS
LIMIT 2 WITH :
MAWS ;;
$5.00 FOOD ORDER PEAC /
I LI Grade "A". FRYER BACKS 2 B X 29c'-

4 Fyne Taste, Quality' JeliC81eeEVAPORATED /} 5EA FOODS {

q c OlD FASHIONED ZE1Yt < .
,FRESH
t 1 TALL Smoked Sausage .CAUGHT SHRIMP, 4 1

;I' : MILK 5 FOOD WITH' CA ORDER mooNS 2 U BAG 79 LB80Z 59 :

PSC TOP QUALITY SLICED FRESH
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BOLOGNA IU 49'BLUE *
OYSTERS 'cu 59'QUICK
! CYPRESS GARDENS REFRESHING CYPRESS GARDENS NOURISHING

{I- Orange DRINK 229c PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT DRINK I % 19 C SLL RIBBON.CHEESE HIGH QUALITY PKC 25' COD FROZEN FILLETS 39' ., .

I STARKIST CHUNK STYLE. !': .. \
TUNAFISH2 G;49'' &1eJv./JPfil/s IFKOZftf?00l 'fruiBG-Vegefabre$ : "
WALDORF FINE' QUALITY '
I' DELICIOUS I WHITE CAKE TOPPED WINTER GARDEN TEMPTING FRESH PICKED -
TOILET REG I ICED CHOCOLATE FUDGE OR :\
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I SCOTTS TISSUE PAPER'f ROLLS SIZE '9'I FUDGE .IGI6oisU, FRUIT I Pole Beans 2-29. '. .

Towel&flolder5r; ; BAR REG?5VALUE 25 Cl FRESH CRiSP .
SCOTTIES l SOFT AND STRONG CAKE '
Lee Sift P I E C
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LADY FAIR SLICED ENRICHED I FANCY RED JVTCiiNiUOri29e
PEANUT C White' read 39' ::i0i,[ :
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HUBEROID THICK BUTT SHEET ROCK, $46.00 'G ,

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SHINGLES $6.15 '
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. ROSALIND. HUTCHINSON KEEP UP WITH POLITICS CONSERVATION

HOMEMAKER OF TOMORROW IN THE E-R I -
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The 1960 Betty Crocker Homemaker BIRTHDAY PARTY (by L C Bruocr.:
of Tomorrow in Madison (Soil Conservation Service)

high school is senior Rosalind
Mrs James Williams entertained
Hutch Inson.
the Playhouse Kindergarten class The Supervisors, of the Madison
She received the highest COre >.
recently with a birthday party in Soil Conservation District are sponsoring .
In a 50-minute written'.examination honor of her daughter, Cindy. their sixth annual speaking
and at.
knowledge
on homemaking senior The beautiful. birthday cake was I I contest again this year on the subject
titudes taken by graduating
iced in pale blue and decorated How Soil and Water ,Conservation -
girls. She will receive an award
t ""Homeis with pink. Favors of balloons and ,. affects: the Urban Population .
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the slogan
pin representing: HfN
presented each
coloring books were .
where the heart is". Her examination
and refreshments of birthday Is to boy
paper will be submitted for guest The contest open 'any S
competition with other high school cake, salted nuts and punch werestr'ed. or girl enrolled in the Madison M }
Cindy received. many nice County High School system. The
winners to name the state Betty .
gifts. winner of the local contest wui
Crocker Homermaker of Tomorrow. '' "
Homemaker oil Tomorrow Attending, besides the kindergarten compete with, nine other' district
Each state
will receive a' '$l. 00 children, were Douglas and winners in the area contest to be
educational: Jo Ann Cherry and Tommy Bland. held in Lake'City the last of April
and
scholarship an .
with entertaining were the contest
Assisting The winner of area -
trip April 2329. The tour drill Include a to
New York City and Colonial Mrs Frances! Sanders, Mrs Willie will speak at the State Super

Wllliamsburg -and will culminatewith Glen Pinson and Mrs Lame Cherry visors' Meeting to be held in Jacksonville

the American Table Banquet Georgia Red Sweet Potato seed, In September.The .
local contest
winner of the
In Washington, DC on April 28, bushel. See.
$1.50
of $23.00
will receive a prize ;
Homemaker -
All-American
where the
second place $15.00. third $1230'
,of Tomorrow will be announced EIzieMay '
The runner-up in each Fourth $10.00, fifth $7.50 and sixth .. --,.-. NEWTON,' IOWA-J J Sale of Western Auto Associate, .

state will receive a 5500 scholar at Vickers Implement c,. '$5.00. The area winner ofthe Madison, was among more than 80 Maytajr dealer repre-: t;; ,
speaking contest will receive $40.00; Florida making the -; ;
from South Carolina and
the school ot each state sentatives .
ship
; 1956 Terd Pickup second $25.00 and third $15.00. The with official -:!u ;
r winner' will be given a set of the trip to Newton aboard a chartered airplane .
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receive $150.00, ;
State winner will Jack ohvilfe-the distri-
Encyclopcadia Br tann ca. of Maytag East Coat company
second place $'25.00, third $50X0 While in Newton <
Deluxe cab $895 \ butor which serves the two-state area. *

Registration at Suwannee River and all other' contestants $25.00 .". .... the dealers weye introduced to l\Inytag's new Single Control .

Junior College Jan 25, and 26, HARDEE MOTOR CO : eacli.L : ,1, ',", -, All-Fabn'.automatic' washer and combination wash- < ,'
Students who arc interested Indeveloping r in addition to tours of i
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included
9 am to 4 pm. 'J'S1; speaking ability t er-dryer. Their stay ;
J their
.. l Maytag production facilities, a visit to the appliancefirm's
knowledge of natural resources
COMPLETE : and ; new headquarters building.. I

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CLEARANCE : George Craflddl of Lutz In t: "

... '.". THE FABULOUS FIFTIESTO newing fee the home paper \\ 'l'e-I I Slight Charge Radiator Repairing

\ I BE ON TV JAN 31 I surely enjoy the paper and don't
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'J.."' want to miss a eGp)'. I McWILLIAMS GARAGE

AND WINTERDRESS A slight charge Is made, for:
In ink age of automation, outer Sale at Wayne'sRegistration I
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'apace rocketry and power politics,I II at Sewamee River NOTICES 7C aCKx C X1 L SxSS7t.. .
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:. the TV spectacular has spread;i Junior College Jan 25 and 26, (regardless of rpdnsor) Sal& at Wayne's
eagled the field eci completely that i
1"C 9 am to 4 pm.Goodyear. A ALL NOTICES OF MONEY-
to outdistance its, contemporaries i '
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: a show of this type must try for I' Tires $12.95) i I (regardless of sponsor) BabyEdwardsr.)

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a new dimension. tUbe-type.j l. ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE .

... ,Glittering stars and' handsome, 670 x 15, All-Weather ,I ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY 1. .
b production once served to guarantee plus tax and recappable tire. KIND
Mr and. Mrs Eugene Edwards ale
success.:: But today only the (regardless of organliatton)
the proud of gffl
parents a batty
TV :'special that fairly electrifiesits MESSER Prices are reasonable. Rising pro bern 115 a. m. Wednesday!' an.SO. .
audience by inventive techniques dt dloa cats force us to omit ALL at Madison County MerrwfelHwpitaJ.

and fresh point of view. promises & lire I FREE ADVERTISING. I She weighed 6 MM and
SHOES .Battery\ CO.u :
to win favorable response. ?.,.. THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER 9V.. oat .
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now planning tie General. Pace-Setters in 4-H Cooking Demonstrations Ti ;.i1 '

CBS-TV special for January .
Electric I .. .
Values la $14.95tEl 31 at 7:30 pm over "Channel G'The : '-1 F y -- 7";' .7 t ,,,.1

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COLORS';1'S; talked about In the corridors of t .

5 the industry long after its air"date.; 1
AAA-B WIDTHS Fifties '.Me:. Mo;..tt. ?.h-h. "tty Cdrol ..."., J.ra.e.Fot..r i I
-The Fabulous willfbe \ .A. ..
,.t ), .. 'JI t lentos Coedee York v. D..r1 T.rr.I r

i.3W1.... to 10.',,," ". ,.[ x..,.... concerned with of the the most decade significant in 'the: /' Tk. Coop rmtlT. ExtensionBaTTles Cornell Are., Orlando, took top }and rice president of the County*
,' 'I' developments aaaoaaccs six Florida lodlrldoal bonors la the bread 4-H Club. She l. a junior laLakeview
;5o'-S arts and sciences and the humani !- "winners: who bar taken 1955koaors demonstration contest with her High School.

.SAYEIBayScTtralPars J! : .: ta two 4-H project*- "ch< :' .
; : to a documentary. No Important ..1. :.";"lood bread* deDonstraUoas.detaoiutrmtloiu Lad dairy U janlor leader of the Winter and junior leader of br 4-H .:.'
<. Park DetUrettn 4-H Cfeta ,club, la a high school: sophomore. .
WILL'CONTINUE ;
SALE : UNTIL ALL THESE SHOES area of frontpape: news! .t. Doral county claims two of '
Tb. other Orange Individual state winner of the
county -
these state winners. repreeentaUrea
They art t
will (ignored, but
50's I
ARE .SOLD the
1 during Patricia IS. and Antoinette form the winning dairy food demonstration 1* r
the character of each event will: (Tony: Flchtner. 11, Jackson- team la the dairy foods demon Jestanna Terrell. 11. of Edgar ?.. .
J' determine how'It is to be'presented d Tin sUttr They won the bread stration. Them Betty Carol She featured -Vegetable With
H dcnxmttratkra contest by pre- York. II and Beverly Van De- a Cheese Sauce" la her dairy .
be"no btr .
JOAN SHOP < There will editorialfeinjr. | .F', paring Ticsaes StriesseJ. ODe mark IS. both of Winter Garden foods demonstration. A Melrose
there will"be' a resolute point of of the mda of Many Lands.'* Their demonstration TheKnjfr High school graduate she la
view.Registration. Doth: are members of tb. Haa- 0....." fe&tIlM.tbe use secretary of Melrose 4-H Ciao
... dana Poor Leaf clover 4-H O... of cheese la each coarse of a Each bread demonstrationwinner !
"Where It Pays To Bay Your SfeoeT ,,.l 'J, Patricia Ja Tie president and. meal "fit for you, u well as....,..aMlsa receive a $SO U. S. sar
Suwasiriee RherJunior 0 .';Tony secretary.Orsacc 1dtt,- lags bond from Standard Brands '
Phone CH 2-6844 at county provides torae+ ';: Tetk- b presldtat...a&d Inc.Hacb dairy foods demonstralloawinner .
111 N. Patterson St., VALDOSTA,...GA.W .. College:>> J"-9: .: and ?. *?. ;ot'tbe 1t&1e.4IemoutnUcna wiz,:; shtor.lead.r--the-JMBafa receive a 19-Jewel
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OUR CUSTOMERSSERVICE GETSAWNG '
Beginning. TODAY, Jan. 22,*we are offering you SAVINGS ;

of from 25tt to:50% OFF regular retail prices. on, -
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.'' 'diamopds. Watches, Jewelry Luggage;.., .. ,China, Stereo, s-

( : :: .t. ecord layers I: : and Gift items. The TIME IS NOW #

lI%: ,.':'THE PLACE' WAYNE.. W. WE. GER'S, Madison.;,Flori- I.

da."c' list here some of our specials. Come"in and'.

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BEAUTIFUL ELGIN $135 15-diamond Princess" Ung'
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4.95 value .-.-- ,.'.':..,:.:\|3.45 Iing.;; $61.93. ,d. liP'' "..... 1

t ,15.95 value. ._. ......./.V'9.95: $150 dinner ring $75.00. Many gift Items at half price. ,BIRTHSTONE RINGS /30* ,
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.r. '..I $24.75 double heart Friendship :'1
SOME PATTERNS OF CHINA OFF. Including opals, pearls, \

1 $160 21-jewel 14-caiat j white Ring k (one genuine diamond) i ARE BEING CLOSED OUT AT onyx, and birthstones for every

'i rod]! 4-diamond Lady El inWrist $ 4.95. t' I' ,"., -'HALF PRICE t \ '. ::<,t.J month.

I .. Watch' : .
., $ 5.90 41 Admiral 4-speed stereo record !
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'.'.'- CHANNELMASTER player, 89.95. Regularly sells.
Ladies' and Men's FIN
i for $129.95 elsewhere. -
TRANSISTOR RADIOS
LARGE ASSORTMENT MEb"S.f
i LEAVE TOWN- \VITH SA I... JE\VELRY 30% OFF regular
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: AND LADIES' WATCHES, i '
r -,SONITE LUGGAGE AT 40*
N t. 59.95 model .......,,./.JgW *-_ retail price.WATCH .
. ,' :i.ALL: NEW, TO GO AT HALF .i, .....4. ... q ;. > __ fit FFIU!!! .
.'. 49.95 model .......... 3931 ,
i PRICE. Were $75, $69.50, and/, \19.95- model.....:,_,...1..."""..(.'... .64. COSTUME JEWELRY AT BANDS for men and

'" i "H1 i W -: i XP4HXVA I T HALF PRICE
t $ 2"GO. F ladies. Y'ALL GET 'EM FOR

I. ..:.1., ,. TRANSISTOR ," r ...'. .FREE, FREE FREE.....; ;., I :HALF PRICE. ',*.
t DIAMONDS> .One-fifth carat ((20-point) 'dm* J ;
RADIOS mond, to be given'aivay Jan. ', I'
1; 1 J $45< diamond solitaire .'$29.95 Only. 3 left. To. .go jt I at. onlylaboveYcostj lOw SO. Full cut, fine color.'RegisterCANDIDATES Many items are on- sale BELOW

. I $Gu./diamond solitaire .42,..-)n)5: '"if1.l 0.\ ," NOW., COST. .

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I KEEP' t UP WITH POLITICS" t_. ;' Sale at Wayne's oj'o |f" AUTO, ACCIDENTAn "''"" KEEP UP WITH POLITICS
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LEGGETT RUNS Eft'
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automobile! accident Saturday put your best face forward with mwv .1 .t
." FOR REPRESENTATIVE night on State Road'5S a half mile an official No-Phool Foto.
Andrea Coffee A L (Rooster) Leggett, Jr of south of Greenville involved a 1934 Ordinary mug Shot 2.00 I COFFEE CRUSADERS

, ,.... .. Grecmllle ,has*tossed his hat into Plymouth sedan driven by Miss CANDIDATE SPECIAL 3.00 _
. It'. .. the ring tpr( State Representative THE E-R. iU 3-6361
Delta Arnold Brown, and a 1936 ; i
, Mr and Mrs Ray Cottec arc the from Madison County. His formal
- of born announcement elsewhere In Plymouth sedan driven by Dan FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
:proud parents a 'baby girl appears .
11:45 a'm. Wednesday, Jan. 20. this issue. lie Is the first to 'Willie Cone, both of Grccmitlc.I' I respectfully'announce that I
at Madison County Memorial hOSe announce for this position. I'Both cars were headed north. am a candidate for State Representative i b nr ,
I pital. She weighed 7 Ibs. arid 54 oz* Trooper Joe Peavy said the I from Madison County,!
-and was named Andrea. Registration at Suwannee River Brown' car coning over a hiU subject to the Democratic primariesIn
r ------ -------- Junior College 25 and 26,
\. Jan struck the Cone ear in the rear as May, 1960. If you elect me to I
I'!' Sale at Wayne's 9 am to' 4 pnx it attempted to pull off the road this position. I will serve you,

I The Cone car turned over and was honestly, soberly and capably to I
damaged to the t extent,of $600. the best of my ability. I will It'reat.I
Damage to Miss B -n.s.car was I ly appreciate your vote and sup' w

! SUW ANN 5100. port.
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Miss Louise Bush of Greenville, Sincerely.
a pas engrr in Miss Brown's car A L (ROOSTER) LEGGETT JR.

suffered abrasions and head lace Registration at Suwannee River i

rations and F II Blackburn apassenger Junior College Jan 25 and 26, .
I JUNIOR COLLEGEFOR with Mr Cone, receiveda 9 am to 4 pm.Radiator. '
shoulder Injury. Both were Hyra Waldo (center), New York food authority and authorof
I treated at the local hospital and numerous cookbooks receives her membership card In the
I RepairingMcWilliAMS I 'Ltafuc of Honest Coffee Lovers from medieval knight atxt'Iadyinwaltinf.
released. The League has launched a modern-day
, NEGRO STUDENTS Miss Brown was chartddth I crusade for better coffee in the United States. Its motto .fr
GARAGE --......... ."
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OFFERING THE FOLLOWING j I 6OLRVALUES


t I TWO-YEAR STUDY PROGRAMS: ,



r 1. General '(College: Courses I II I q IN QUALITY AND FEATURES -r.. .


, 2. Prd-lusiness Ed( c.tien. Curse I .,"'

t i : GENERAL ELECTRIC ,

3. Pre-Engineering Course I .


4. Pre-Law Course I '


5. Pre-Mcilkol Course I FILTER-FLO O



6. rCorse AUTOMATIC WASHER


7. TermiMl l Courses (tniles) will a .w.r. ,,.. ..... .. # I Jr!!
7 A Tr-Wash Cycfct r JUttwtoi 3-ZoM WWI cues-
** Dwnp-Ory Sftn lams toy Cues tea dy!h kwT '.-:'
be offered as demands j rstify.For $1 199 '..
I e T..tH&t... .Wf afcri aM Water Sow faints- <+
'I rdfflfk tntni Sprlitsu-W.fJ Sf..Jt s .or ,
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PACE EIGHT ... '* : TIC 1ENTEnPRISF-JUCRDER. MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 22. 1960J .

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J FOR SCHOOL BOARD MRS N B PONDER PASSESIN S ". I II
LOCAL HOSPITAL
Mrs N B Ponder, age ?2, of Lee! WE HAVE
DISTRICT NO. 2 .
: died Tuesday morning In the Madison ,
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'MADISON COUNTY. FLQRUJA> ,
t County Memorial Hospital after I .
I have discharged my duties U an extended illness. She was a "ti
Ijthe ,best of my abilities In ar I native of Pennsylvania but had Ji"edat .I
honest, progressive and economical] :
Lee since! 1945. She was a
way. Our children's interests and member of the Lutheran church.
betterment have always been uppermost : She is survived oy her husbandand .
& In my mind andefforts. 11 pne sister Mrs Charles Clark MOVED
\ Thereby solicit your vote and support of Ft. Lauderdale.
in the May, 1960 Democratic I Funeral service were held at 3
primaries for re-election rout I
Thursday In the Lee Metho
p. m.
School Board Member from' Div
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dist church. The pastor, the Rei "
trict Two. .
F* \V McDougai officiated; and in-
Sincerely
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RUSS DUGAN ferment followed in Stonewall ceme i To ,Our
tery with the T J Beggs Jr. Funeral
I Home in charge.Pallbearers .
FOR SUPERVISOR OF Included Messn '
REGISTRATION Emory Jackson Hinton Jackson NEW BUILDING

Walter Jackson, Sharon Blapton
I respectfully announce that I am Eddie Flowers, J B Jackson, S E %
''a candidate for the office of Supervisor -I Whitty, A E Ragans Leslie Me-: ON THE
of Registration of Madison Mullen, R W McMullen, Larrie
County subject to the Democratic:' Cherry and Mellous Moore.
primaries in May, 1960. I promise VALDOSTA HIGHWAY JII'' 'A ifr
honest, conscientious and courteous I .. -- -
service to all if you elect me to MrotticeHo Stock Yards \
this office. I earnestly solicit your (Across from Metal Products)
vote and support. Market Report, January 18, 1960 '
Sincerely, Trading active. Slaughter steers and invite you to come see us.

W. B. (BAILEY, WYNNMr heifers and cows steady to strong. Watch for our formal opening soon! N.. K
Slaughter calves scarce. Stocker

and Mrs Sam Breeden returned steers, heifers and cows fully steady. .
Monday night from Atlanta, Calves strong to $1.00 higher. FRALEIGH-ASHLEY ; :
where they attended the Southeastern Slaughter steersstandard : '.
and Gift 52050 22.00
held Glassware the Municipal Auditoriumand Show Utility $19.10 .. 20.00, ; ;: ;
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Biltmore Hotel They were No. 1 Hogs 180 .--200. ,51236, T & T COMPANY ; : /i
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joined in Atlanta by Mrs Brecden' 200 240 $1219; :

brother-in-law and sister, Mr and' 'HU 3-2241 VALDOSTA :HIGHWAY' ilASlSON, FLA. \ .J :", "l1"
t Mrs W B McGinnis, who also at 1955 F.rJ4& 6 C j1 ." \ "
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tended the show.: PLENTY OF FREE PARKING. -. (-" ...........
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Mrs' B W Brinson of Commerce R&H1S95HARM Don't let 'your friendly,, 1955 denifet .. .0' ''''' .....
Ca. is the guest of her son and Pickup
daughter-In-law Mr and Mrs Ward- : MOTOR CO. courteous competitors do al _u ; 1

,law Brinson. the advertising Dial The) E-R,, Real nice "$695. '
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I I"$ HU 3-6361, and say, "Gimmean FREE!
We Have Most P.fd&r Sizes Of ad, Mrs Wilson." HARDEE MOTOR CO.



TRACTOR TIRES ,OAK HILL NEWS JARVIS-CASON VOWS SPOKEN Opportunity To

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Friday evening at 8 p m in the :
Mr and Mrs J L Davis had aj
visitors a short while Jan. 10 Mi Concord Missionary Baptist Church,
and Mrs J D Agner and family In a candlelight ceremony: Miss
Mr: and Mrs Lon Terry spent Juanita Jarvis and Pee Henry !
the day Sunday with Mr and ,)Irsl Edward Cason were united in
r 2&WEEKS Lee Anderson of Crawfordvillc. I marriage, with the Rev'Billy

Mr and Mrs Jim Reaves )Irs Southerland of Jacksonville officiating.

James Bradford and son. Rev and The bride Is the. daughterof A,2
Te PAY Mrs W L Wynn Mr and Mrs Paul Mr I
I And Mrs D SV. Janis of
II Reaves, Mrs Carol Lehman, and
I Jimmy, Messrs Gordon and Jessie Lovett and the jrroora: the son of on tax form preparation .to be given

I Huggins spent a short while with Mr and Sirs JV CaJon of Cherry under Madison County Adult Education program, sponsored

Mr I E Ream Sunday. I Lake. ... by Madison Jaycees, with A E HOFFLANDER,
....,: ., ." I Miss Anne Hall of CJ8ttvUlebrideelect Rev Virgil Lovctt pastor' of instructor.
of .late January was Concord was pianist and Mrs Virgil
fr.jr. honored with a miscellaneous showerin McIIarguet soloist, sang Be WHEN? 7:30 9:30 PM, TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS'
the home of Mrs R P Buchanan LIBRARY ;
cause and The Lords Prayer. The WHERE? NFJC
t Jan. 8. Mrs Bernice Morrison led In bride PERSONS. fe
was given In marriage by WHO ALL INTERESTED ,
several appropriate contests. Thelovely
her father and had her 2 1960 HHOSP1TE
young honoree was assistedby as only STARTS FEBRUARY -
her mothe '. Mrs Hall and Mn attendant Mrs Helen Karchaske
tr.. 1 Betty Walker opening her gifts.Refirshmenta Christian. George E Cason browner -
of ,cookies, chips and of the groom, served as best man. NEWS\ Candidates Pan"ndJing
I 't I. cold drinks were served to conclude DonnIe Surles and James D,,Howard I Voters can't shake you! down

( this happy occasion. About twenty. were ushers. & when you talk to 'em in/an E-R
GOOD. EAR t five attended. The matron of honor wore street Ad. "

: .> ...:...t .. -4 ..... Mrs R P Buchanan had as visitor length dress of beige nylon wtthmatching Admissions: Joe H Thomas, Mrs ,
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Jan. 7 Mrs Marie Clayton of Mary Wanner Jay Davis. W L
accessories and pink
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I..... LIW'fIllllY'PIICES "..' Parrj&an4r&lrsColon. ..: cwt ern of carnation'corsage. ** Gistoo, Mlss Margaret Kelly, -Mrs' Preparing For Census "
MKw nl Fort Pierce.: LaMoyne Hancock. :Mrs Zettie Wil
'. : 1 Miss Josephine Jones state Baptist The lovely bride wore a dress of llama BUI Brown (white child).
I A .. worker from Jacksonville Navy blue wool and carried )Irs Sue Hunter Michael Roy 'Hum Preparations hate begun for tak-
'1 ftSTW.......... :-..i f' XMLVHMMt*'-**', '>brought the meisa a Jan. 18 when prayer book with white carnations. phrey, Mrs Ola Mercer. Mrs Missouri tee -of the big ten-year census over 'j

I I cetMt..Am.rlu..t.. : .... .ip WMU of Plnetta first Baptist Vows were spoken In front of Fox. Oscar Webb, Mn JudyEdards the country. A district office to
Tub.IGN, ttowl Jt' M 6 church were host to AssocUtkmslVMU an altar banked with greeneryand and Robin Peavy. serve Madison and fourteen other
"INKb"" VaM"trlert 15 \ Rally. Mrs A Gentry pre placed on either side were DIsdw1edWUam West Robert counties has been established at
1 i t. TIre Safe : $ sided. A clever skit was used to large candelabra. A large stand oi. McMullen George Jewel, Mn 120: SE First Avenue GainesTllle,
I. d 6.7D x 15 S2L75 .a .. bring reports* from fundamental gladioli and centered theattractive I Kathleen Fisher, Harvey Colvin Jr with Frank C Whkldon as district
7.10x15 2340 .. 179115 chairmen. After the bountiful lunch pom pons Franklin D Merrrtt Jerry supervisor. He will direct a force ,
conferences were held on various arrangements. Buchanan. Mrs Ruth Gllliam. Mrs of 14 crew leaders and 219 census
7.60 x 15 .2S.9S2L7S phases of the work. An open forum Mrs Jarvis mother of the bride, Mary Wanner, Jay Dam Mrs inkers.
+7.50 x 14 .a....u $n.95 was held for questions and answers. chose a dress of light blue with Yvonne Smith and baby. Miss Marcaret Taking the 1960 census nationallywill
8.00 x 14 23.80 Attendance was 125. white and black accessories ana Kelly, William Brown Jr, Joe require' the services of 160.000

., 8.50x14 25.9S Mr and Mrs H L Penlngton spent. pink carnation corsage.: H Thomas, Oscar Webb, Mrs Zettie enumerator*. 10,000 crew leaden
plus tax and recappable tire"TurnpikeProvcd" 9m *! a short while Sunday with Mr and I Mrs Cason. mother of the groom, Williams! Mrs LaMoyne Hancock. and 400 district supervisors.
i' "'tlU $1415 Mrs Cecil Crafton. Mrs Ullt Graf was dressed In medium blue wit W L Gaston and Michael Humph An advance census report form .
.:.' 3-T All. ton returned to Valdosta for a visit! rey will be mailed all households prior
; 1 black accessories and pink carnation -
\: Mrs Stacy Delahunt is Improving BABY WANNER to the start of the census so that
remark *
't Weathers, one of the most Slat $1625 after a recent. Illness we are happy : corsage. Born to Mr and Mrs Robert E I he family can assemble Informatloa,
1:, able tire values we can offer the UI.1I to report. I Immediately following the ceremony Wanner of :Madison January 13 a and expedite the work of thecensus

bwdget-mlnded motorist! a reception was held In the baby boy. He weighed 5 Ibs. taker.
FLORENCE E WILSON PASSES Educational: Building Serving punch BABY HUNTER
.J.lMl..ut- .>l&$ Las .rl f tn.N4Z. firs GOODYEAR TIRES
I and cake squares were: :Mn Mr and Mn JR Hunter. of
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.: reductions still lel'ecfl': A and M University Sunday night,, Mrs Clyde Howard and Mrs Emmett baby boy Jan. 16. He weighed SIbs
Sweeping January 17. at 11 o'clock. She was : Suria. and 2 ou.COLORED. U. S. 90 EAST. MADISON-
.. the daughter of Roscoe and Rathi PATIENTS
Mrs Dott Bumette. sister of the
Ge.-fiEMt Mae Wilson. I Admissions: Tony demons. Richard both Woods Hattie Homes.
Service will be held Sunday 2 groom' cut the cake. Lan Ella Mae Smith Alex I Deceased: Baby Boy Wanner,
S NYLONSAFETY p m. Jan. 24 from the New Mrs Sherry Norris also the Washington Retha Mae LewtJ.t (white).
<8> Canaan Baptist church with the groom's sister kept the bride'sbook Dismissed: Gladys Joseph. Eliza-' Deceased Tony demons (colored).

ALL-WEATNEI pastor In charge. Burial will bett .
1 S Concord cemetery with Tillmaxi Oat of town guests included, Mn
C James Funeral Home in chargeof Helen Karthaike Christian and

arrangements.Mn children cad Sirs Lucille Bean of TO '
PREPARED
WE ARE NOW .
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Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs Al Wilson -
of Charleston J'
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a.otwsr of Uve ,Oak, Mr and Mrs S A
> tJM S C came the past week for a
best -hi1ll(}N1tire value' visit with, her son-in-law and Wilson, Sr of Quitman. :Mr and MnGeorse and Car Tires '
The "M Sulks Washington D C Re-cap. Small Foreign )
.{'the market. All sao are daughter, Dr and Mrs Julian
oer ; Iris and .
DuRant and d draI. She will be and Mrs Southerland

)" :'!W local.M ..< ......... .... here until February 1st. daughter a of short Jacksonville.After wedding trip the AS WELL AS ALL OTHER SIZES :

'MOiE"nor 'MOi ONI...1IM.s 1957 Firi hick wa- 'groom returned to Germany, where

S THAN ON ANY OHM 1 NOl he is stationed with the U S Army. .. Doa't tiroW the tire away brfnj tt to us
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w Oreririre rail The bride Is remaining with herparents "
g.", to complete her Senior c

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$J25 L Herton Mrs T F'HaJ", and Mrs Ec I N PattftlCaJ, .t". Ph<'W; ;{ .
....,-l....'' '._.t... ifIIIIRtP" -.-.- ,:-..-,'"..-' ..L'..I ... .. C D TbmBason' attended: "the u '

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CHRISTIAN religion did ;-.- 0 ti 42 \ .
bunt Into the world as a 1Jzt
brand-new set of ideas. Christians

were not then-*nd right Christians ,. -..',,' .
are not now Just the same \
people with new ideas.A man does,
.not become a Christian by belter?
*lng.something on Sunday that-he i
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on to doingbecoming.! Something : '
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In the book of Acts we have I '. I
glimpses of the changes that come
Into life that God has touched.The
writer of Acts was not a philos
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opher or a theologian be was a I
doctor, he was interested in symp '
toms. In his 'story of Paula first -
visit to the little city of Phllippi. 1i.t :-, r
he gives ua the symptoms of being -
a Christian. First there was this R $W4 '; : ay n

woman, Lydia.. Women had more, ... "
freedom in the Greek world than in \. ?-.-

the Jewish' world. This lady was R _,t, f \ 1" "'.... .
a business woman an Independent "v, .. ,
merchant, presumably successful IS
for she owned a house large enoughto -- !r.
hold a number of house guests. :,'f P
You might have thought Lydia did -I rr' ,
not need to be converted.She attended ,
meeting, she was a
prayer FOR -ALL .
worshiper of God. But she wasn't THE CHURCH
already a Christian though she ALL FOR THE CHURCHThe

was on the way.This good woman .
Church is the greatest factor on earth for. I'
we read, "opened her heart" to
what Paul was saying. We know the building of character and good citizenship. I.

that Paul would be telling the story Soap became a part of his dally: l life long before he understood its It a a storehouse spiritual value. Without.,, ,

.already of Jesus believed This God, this in-whom God she Lydia already .-. use. He's still more concerned with its bubbles than its cleansing prop. strong Church neither democracy norciyiliution' .

worshiped had actually r ; erties-but he knows soap is mighty important. can survive. There are four sound reasons why ,
come to earth,lived suffered, died every person should attend services regularly) andstupcod .

risen again. In the person and the r his bath he old the Church, They sire: (1) For his
And
life of Jesus. Paul would certainly no one ever thought of postponing until was ',
sate. For his I children's .al,. (3) For
owa ,(2)
make decisions for himself I .
be saying that Christ died for us enough to Foal
tote. sate of his community and nation. (4)
..,We don't know for certain what
the the Church itself which needs bis
Paul said,but do know this good .
we
Wise parents never postpone a child's religious training. Long be ukeand
praying woman.opened her heart. material support. Plan to go to ,
Just as simple as that. Now she ," fore' he is able to reason, he heeds the character-building. and guidance' curds regularly aid read yoor Bible daily.J

was not a wicked person.. ..The in .
of the-Church. Christianity should become important to him his daily
change God wrought in her was not i r Day Book Chapter Verses
bad-to-good it was good-to-better. experience before its truths can be fully grasped by his mind. ." '
Sunday Proverbs 22 6a
:Sa tit yThen 'Hebrews. 22-25\
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We fortunate that churches to instill vital Monday .
equipped a
are
we have the strange little are our Tuesday Psalms. 119 73 ""
story of the poor slave girl who Christian faith in the youngest child. Fortunate is the boy or girl whose Wednesday Luke 2 27P .

.told fortune Today they would. e t begin his religious training in> their chufch/8 Nursery) or BeThundaT Luke 2 46-49
, end her to a psychiatric hospital.In .rents Friday Deuteronomy 6 6-8
the language of that day, when ginners' Department. Saturday Mark 10 13.16r
Paul spoke to her the evil spirit ,, .. .
came out of her.Now this girl was r i
not bad, she was weak.She was no
better than a trained seal a thingto iv. q- .

make dishonest money from with.God She t..f.hftIII1!', AI..Smtcr. v.. .'.. i .. ., ,' ,
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hating him she very likely hated I7
the sort of life she had to live. -
What we know about her is that
the change which came over her

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her masters, no longer '
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by an uncanny spirit. She was a These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week. Sponsored by the Following Individuals and

human being in her own right.The Establishments .
change Christ made in her was not :
wicked-to-good, but weak-to- .
atrong, mental sickness to mental . . . '

health. sub-human to human. r" t
'MADISON DRUG STORE BUDDY S3IITHHARDWARE WESTERN AUTO STORE .
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Finally we have the story of the The Rexall Store J. J. Sale Jr., Owner .. ,
Jailer In that same city. Here was ".. 1 MADISON FLA.' .!f'"
%genuine bad-to-good change.You Phone HU 3-2300. Madison Ha.MESSER I iladiwn Florida Phone HU 3-23S3.: Madison. FU. .
would probably have said there '" Phone HU 3-2340 :-.j :ui ..
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was Just no use hoping for anything '", "v,

good to come into his life. '. :..... ..,. ,. ':.:"iiJ" L I ..
He was a man brutalized by his ;t. .. .. ;
occupation a man who made his ., l' '' ,c.,'.. -' .. -c.-"':; : if

people.living by Paul being himself cruel had to(so helpless far as .. *?.. ."b\ J. B. DAVIS me. ; ,';n ,;'"

we read) made no effort to convert : MORROW INSURANCE QUALITY CLEANERS. TIRE co.
BATTERY & Madison. Florida ....
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him. But from the moment ,, AGENCY "
aid to him. "Believe". something MADISON, FLORIDA. ". 1dad1scm.'F1orida" When your clothes are not be-: ',
amazing happened In that man.It '"
U a mistake to expect that when 1 II .r. REGISTER'S' AUTO SERVICE ***** to *1 they' should be' t" {

you have faith something is going : HU ,3-2255
coming'to u* Phone ;
to happen to you.It may,or it may Phone. HU 3-6450 Madison Fla. '
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not What is certain if you are '

really converted is that somethingis BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. ...--FRALEIGH-ASHLEY J !. ,'
going to happen in you. We do *. SERVICE t: .
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faster than ever. We do STATION.
know money the slave-girl was out MADISON, FLORIDA ? I" Madison. Florida .
poor '\ .. Phone HU 3-2241, Madisoa. FU. TlaL *- ...-t
of a job-and so was the jailer, .' .. Madison.. .
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power of God. In'one person that ..
power took' a woman farther along . . .. .
the road she was traveling; in
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of degradation to dignity; in an-
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area in the state three times i BAPTIST CIRCLES ,

the size of Madison\ county, and I WMU Qrcl-N; I, met in I II I ... THFp
has a population fifty timesor '
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Thelbisv. R SEpR I December with Mrs W E McCain.: .
AM Mm ftftttft more ,that of our county.Its Six members present Mrs Van H

MADISON. FLORIDA 1957 population is given by .Priest presided and Mrs A J Har- -,,-- -
Telephone HU 3-6361 111 S E. SHELBY ST. the state department of agriculture I grove gave a beautiful mission .,.trh '

Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance" as 829,000, and Its win- I program, using candles, one of the '.".'. ",' I.a.Is '
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per tear symbols of the Christmas season. : '. '. n
ter population would run well : .
Advertising Rates Made Known on Application between one and two million.It frult Mrs ake McCain served sandwiches 'f!' \ :
divinity candy and ,
Emend at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter Jun is perhaps the most cosmo- coffee. ...t

!6. 1908. under Act of March 8, 1879. politan county in the state and Mrs J A Davis was hostess to JOINTHEMOTllERS'lglctr
its reputation is world-wide. circle 3 with seven members present
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT T. C. MERCHANT, JR.
Vacationists represent the Mrs Messer and Mrs J C
AND ASSOCIATES Moore gave the prescribed Christ MARCH
county's main, but by no means
mas program. Hostess served
MADISON RECORDER ESTABLISHED 1865 of income and
the only, source cookies and coffee. '
:- NEW ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED 1901CONSOLIDATED there are all sorts of attractionsfor Nlta McCullough circle met THURSDAY JAN 28
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; JUNE 25, 1908T.
the visitor: modern hotels, at the church Monday Dee, 21.

C. MERCHANT, Editor and Publisher amusement and recreation centers Thirteen members were present.

MERCHANT JR. Managingr Editor swimming golf, tennis, A mission program was given.
T. C. ,- ,
MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor I polo, fishing, boating, yachting, and Hostess coffee served fruit-cake nuts IIfE t MARCH OF DIME

MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. ". cruising, ,bathing, horseback

riding, boat racing, dog racing, POLIO PRdGRAM
sioner. And the Madison county horse racing, the international -
Spring In JanuaryWeather talked around : Mrs T C Merchant Jr was acting KURE,
races are being tennis tournament, the Orange I Japan (FHTNC -RobertE
chairman of the Conservation
conditions over the more too, with formal announcements Bowl football games. Name it, gram at the Woman's. Club coffee pro Abbott seaman apprentice. USN.

country have not been ideal drifting in. and Dade County' and' Miami Saturday morning at the Club serving ship USS aboard Snohomish the tank County landing with STOP BY KELLY'S

,since New Year's, but around have it. Besides the large tourist House. the U S Seventh Fleet In the
FOR MENS &
here we have had many per- IkeehARow industry, the county has agrowing Conservation of Health, featured I I Western Pacific spent the Christ- LADIES

fect days, and the cold that was variety of manufactures about the March of Dimes for mas holidays in Kure. Japan, entertaining
Florida is looming rather polio campaign now in progress, Watches $19.95-$26.95
.promised for the week end. did : clothing, mattresses, children from that city's
large in the national political was the theme of the program. orphanages. Christmas day was
either or, at any tents, awnings, sails, baskets,
not come ; Mrs Van H Priest gave a splendid -
Vice- aboard the where the
witness spent ship
picture too, as
rate, only mildly. A few of the President Nixon's visit to the crates', veneer, furniture, wagons talk in which the appalling children were given presents and KELLY WATCH REPAIR
shrubs and auto and truck bodies, statistics of polio and congenital
earlier-flowering treated to a dinner with all the"trimm1ngs"
last week. Nixon had a
state arthritis were revealed and the part
fabricated steel products,
put out and,' boats, .
have already
trees big reception in Gainesville, the March of Dimes program operates
blocks, brooms, septic
cold weather now paving
unless some I the preponderantly for its relief.
will have: a.. not now tanks, caskets, fertilizer, lamp Dr Oscar A Beck gave! a film 1
we
intervenes, Southern town it used to be, "
of spring shades, chemicals, radios,' medIcine recording with accompanying lea ( i"
evidences
Dumber of and in much more cosmopolitan .
I paint, hosietry, window ture on the National Polio situ. r
In, ,,January.NhieOrTeiFot. and much larger Miami shades products, food ation. Mrs J B Davis opened the r
While Florida is still strongly paper program with a devotional. r
products, limerock plants, plan- ( .
"; Democratic so far as state -
mills brick kilns and concrete
ing Charles TIbbals who received '
offices are concerned, it is quite .
building material, glass, serious injuries in a recent auto-
Governor Iw doubtful nationally. President clay and leather products. The tractor accident continues to 1m. Jj
Eisenhower and the Republicans prove under treatment at the local
county is also fast becoming'fashion a
January brings .not. only the carried the state the two most hospital
center. Farming is im- -x-
a promise of spring, but It brings recent times, and Nixon, although portantwith tomatoes, beans, Dr Charles Allen of Atlanta is / 0
also, this year the big quad- he must figure it is a holding a series of evangelistic services -
potatoes, oranges grapefruit,
rennial political campaigns. tougher job this year, wants in Quitman this week at the
Bryant and David came formally to make it three in a row in ,limes, lemons, avocados, man- Methodist Church. Get your entry blanks at your D I +

into the Governor's race 1960. II goes, papayas, bananas, guavas -Y BMMr' Florida Power Corp. Office
and kumquats grown. Baby and Mrs L B Crandell left
leaving Supermarket or
last Saturday, thus South Saturday for a several days visit
only'one major potential candidate $1920 For Shaved I chicks are exported to In Atlanta to attend the Southeastern Appliance Dealers '26
America. Beef and dairy cattle Glassware and gift Show. o
The fjgffiffijffi
Johnson, on the fence. _
raising is important and S this Aria by'
writers say Johnson pons ore in
political
Heads.
". '<>-f# commercial fishing is major
a
i FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION) .
probably will come in; still, we Radiator Repairing
have our doubts. If the water January is more than politics industry. In addition ,to its and

looked too cold for Beasley, time though. A great many of train, bus and ship travel and McWILUAMS GARAGE FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION

who had hie heart set for so us had to rustle around to commerce, the county is a I -.- ." .' .-, -
send in 'a hefty third quarter great air transportation center,
long on the race, we can hardly I
and Miami is the principal
see how it would seem much income tax payment the other

warmer for Johnson. Bill Hen- day, and before the month is Latin-American aerial gateway

drix says he 'is going to run, out we must send in social Sixty airlines serve the term

for Governor but unless he I security taxes, withholdingtaxes 1 mud with a landing or takeoff d Ar

: unemployment"taxes and every one and a half minutes.
can make a much better show
I The University of Miami: is located
ing than he did before; it sales taxes The governmentand
would seem .prudent': that he 1 the state together are making at Coral Gables and the

save his money. As things it ,progressively harder for county ,has a ,modern public

stand now, we 'have nine ,announced ,business people to stay in busi- school system along with many
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candidates for Gover-, ness, what with air.the free private schools D de'county was

nor" and if Johnson-. comes. in, (practically free as to",, sales formed in .1836,.but It was not

we will have ten.Ve doubt tax). bookkeeping work theyare until 1894 that a Mrs Tuttle

seriously, however. if more putting on." them and the sent a bouquet of fresh orange professional typing with the exciting

than six or ws'seven,' ,if indeed additional tax ,bites they* keep blossoms to Henry M; Flagler,

that many, really qualify: and .' taking out of them. Now'President then freezing in the North, and SMITHCORONAELECTRICx .

if they should! all qualify, only I Eisenhower, wants to ron Flagler began to push"hIs rail y

about half of them would i 1 I I Our postage charges'up still road southward. The railroadreached -

actually be serious contenders. more and to bite us a little I :Miami in 1896, and the PORTABLE

I deeper on. our gasoline although -J great boom began. The county.

Mien the postage', rate was named for Major,Francis

Other, Races. I went from 3c to 4c the Treas- L Dade, who was massacred;

Of course, we have* "other. ury wasn't benefited since the with his command at the start ,

state offices to fill besides that increase was more than used i I of the second Seminole Indian _

of Governor.,All the Cabinet: up by increased salaries. Per-j I War. Next.week, DeSoto coun- _

places are upt.for election, and j jiaps people would take these '

two of them, Secretary of I additional loads with better I ty.Rutherford

State and Commissioner of';grace if they did not, see so I To Run ,

Agriculture wide much of their tax
are open. money poorly y w J yX F
Doyle Conner of Starke, has spent Some American sold- For ReelectionWilbur

announced, as was expected, iers shaved the heads of two -
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:for Commissioner of Agriculture women of disrepute out in Korea \ Rutherford stated Tuesday N1 v AN

and will doubtless make a the other day and now the that he was going to run for reelection '- ..

strong race, as will also our government gives the womenin His formal as County Commissioner:, AI r

"Pinetta-born boy, Hancock. Several recompense $960 each of our aooo In announcement this newspaper.will appear -

have been considering run' tax money. And here at home

fling for Secretary of State and the State of Florida agrees to LEASE STROUD HOTEL ___ __
we believe we read that one pay $25,000 of our_tax moneyto (taahalia LIII. Th fcs/
Mrs Lee. Of Tallahassee
prospective candidate had sold, an attorney to defend some has leased the Stroud Hotel of __ '- (
'or at least mortgaged, his home prison guards' when it has *\\n ** Hancock, and moved prJ-

in order to get up money to other lawyers on the pay roll there the past week: Mrs Hancock _

make the race-a very unwise for year-round service at half stated she Mill leave shortly for10nesb0r0. .

risk, we should think. Laird, that sum and less. Ark for an extended Just touch the keys and you get perfect letters e,1ectrlca1Jy. t ".
visit with
her
over at Panama City, is In this in-law, Mr anti son Mrs Buck and daughter-Hancock' Many jnany features of the electric office typewriter yet still i : .

race. and McMullen of Live' first fc FkiiUThe compact and easj to carry In its handsome Holiday carrying case. ,;. ,,
Oak, who has many friends in I Ralph Morrow Westmoreland V .,T.
this section, has been publicized column this week discusses baby son of Mr and Mrs George "

as a possible contender. Jim Dade county, by far the WestmoreUiyi of Tallahassee, was .

Blanton of St. Augustine, a largest, population-wise, and baptized Sunday morning at the -l
I Methodist church. Mr an:} Mrs J P THE ERf
is richest county in the state. The
former Madison boy, trying, Morrow the baby's grandparents,

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BEN DAVIS FOR JAYCEE AL HOFFLANOER TO TEACH order to take the farm course. Candidates-Strew your name

PRESIDENT FREE INCOME TAX COURSE I' Al Hofflander an instructor at all around the county with E-R
\ A free short course in Federal North Florida. Junior College anda
cards cir-
campaign posters,
The Madison Jaycees met last Income Taxation will be offered by Junior Chamber of Commerce
the Madison Junior Chamber of culars. Be sure to say some-
Friday and were honored by the member will be the instructor.
iht Presence of Ben Davis, National Commerce under the adult education There is no charge for the course thing nice.about yourself, even .

I' Director of the Junior Chamber of program of the Madison and the materials will be furnished. if no one ejse will.
Commerce. Davis who Is a longtime county schools. i
member of. the Madison The first meeting will be held J

Chapter. has brought much prestigeand Tuesday evening, February 2, at
recognition to the Madison 7:30 In the North Florida Junior

Club through his extensive achievements College library. The class will meet :
while serving In for two hours each Tuesday and
many capacities
Thursday evening for about three Notice To Farmers
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with the Jaycee state and ,,.,. .
national organizations. Ben, with weeks. '
his typical sincerity and undying The course will) cover .all phasesof e'i

enthusiasm for the Jaycee: cause, personal Income tax returns We, buy Yellow Ear Corn {
POke briefly starting with the simplest forms around .
concerning the goalsof year .,,
the Jaycee organization and and no previous experience or .
technical Is requIred.The ... .
knowledge .
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announced his candidacy
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far the '. J '
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class will be ;
office of State President of the co-educational. "
B.s -for-y ur-t..e$ I Florida Jaycees. Ben PIeD moved, The basic course was prepared :' $1.15 bushel :
and the motion was unanimously and approved by the Internal per ,

Our Home Protection Package gives you fire, theft carried: that the Cub endorse and Revenue Service. While the courseis picker picked .

and liability insurance on your home with ont poli&' support Ben Davis for State Presi designed to help you fill out ... .. a r" :
your Tax Returns and bring you t :r 1
... It .-.or give; dent.Al ,
one premium. may save you.moK
-Flori reported that Mr C P up to date on the new laws, which J. A. MITCHELL
you more coverage than separate policies...or both. Kelly had provided Jaycee Awardto can possibly save you money: an

Call us to learn more about.this! acka eplaf! be known as the Captain Colin introduction will be made to business .
.. ,P Kelly, Jr Memorial Award This and personal planning for lax /1. Milling Company : .J

'j ; I U to be an annual award to be purposes record keeping, and otherproblems. ', .
given to the 6 Jayte-es who aecnmu- JASPER, FLA. .
MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY ''I late the most points for Jaycee At the end of the regular three '1

activity: under a system originated week course a special course for

108 W. Pinckney, Telephone HU 3.6250f I by Mr Ftort farmers will be offered but the .. .. 1ttt ..
The Jaycees will help with the basic course must be completed in ,
Rtpnttottng the Hartford fcrt fewurtace Company. Group" I drive for donation of blood to the ---

Madison County hospitaL The hospital .
is very low in its supply of 'r r 11azrsA
Mr J L McLeod and family of BABY JOHNSON o
auiw d 1fNLAA cAs ,
.' blood Bank and if -
in the Blood ,
Holly ay.p six ortrrtf
Hill ,
write In renewing their s.ca K r ss r s c t ,
pCt it +W N w AM
paper: Keep our paper coming Mr and Mrs Jack E Johnson 01 an emergency arose It would be a uw a"" uwtntdt:.
we've got to have the news from Dade City Fla announce' the arrivalof difficult to obtain an adequate

home. Don't want to miss a copy a baby girl, January 5th weighing supply for transfusions. drive
Everything In Holly Hill and Day- 8 IDS. She has been named will take place Monday, January
tona is fine.Don't Karen Christina Johnson. She is 18, from 1 until 8 o'clock and
the grand-daughter of Mr and Mrs everyone is asked by the Jayceesto

let your friendly, I Walter Herndon of Madison. come to the Madison County .

courteous competitors do an Hospital at that time to donateto
Miss Lizzie Mays, of Monticello,
the Blood BankOn
the advertising! Dial The E-R
Is a visitor In the city with her January 25 and 26 from 7
HU 3-6361, and say, "Gimmean niece,. Mrs "Emmie Howerton and until 10 p m the Jaycees will
ad Mrs ope-I
Wilson. children. rate the Radio Station \
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during the conducting of an auctionfor
the March of Dimes Drive.
Don't JIM TONEY HOMES merchants donated Tfe.*r>6..tciM.y Twin F I M fuJar$ *
Settle for?Less See our Model Home $$1 U:1d: Various have
Than a 'Jim,Toney Waldo, Fla. 12 Miles articles of merchandise to be H
We Finance for South of Starke. on andup auctioned and these will be delivered 0ta I oa i ,
10 Years. U. S. Route 301 by the Jaycees to the successful S. ,?a,us ra+y TessK tf
bidder. The bidden will

No Meaey Down make their bids by telephoning TA. I+rrt Ec....p 1.4., ?. ... 300 T.. l.d.
them to the radio stationSeveral
No Cbarge For Travel Committees were appointed '

''U ( AnywWre 'aFIL as follows:
Jasper Extension Committee: A
Sane Lew PriceWe T Gibson, Chairman, Gee Smith,

Charlie Quick., 1SFORD'S
We use 2x8 for will furnish material Community Development: Al
floor framing, not for you to build. / Hofflander. Chairman, Al Fiori.
2x68. We use 2 x 6's We do repair work and Project Committee: A T Gibson
finish houses that have ..
for ceiling framing
Chairman, Joe Stafford, Robert
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4'sBRUCE been started. ,
not 2 x
Andrews, Hybert Hendry, Al hot

Per aDecker Sm Da&dy See Sm Testy lander Gee Smith. '


$ '.Frame w ,' ten Vidd.of Dade Lynda City and spent Jackie three weeks John ..'i : ECONOMY TWINS 60 FOR PEANUTS

MODEL HOME AND OFFICE: AT WALDO, 12 MILES here with their grandparents, Mr .
SOUTH OF STARKE ON U. S. ROUTE SOL CALL, WRITEOR Herndon. They returned 1XtataKt ..
and Mrs Walter j We lord Dealers Invite you to ee our new Ioot<-alike, sare-aIZkc atI1 1E
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COME SEE TONEY' BEFORE YOU BUY ANY HOME. home Saturday to see their Ecooomy Twim, the Falcon and Fairlaoe 500.
YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED. YOUR CREDIT IS new sister. iBteroted in the ncw-ue compact can? Then, jfe the Falcon. e
GOOD AT JIM TONEYS. ..rGi.dyear- .. Priced: up to f 124*lei than other 6 pa cnjer an in its field, it .. '
f: E_ 1 gU!up to 30 Bales per g Doofpes 4 X30 miles between oil chanm. y .
OPEN FROM $:O' A. M. UNTIL 8:00 P. M.
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;...l .' < Want /iitiJ ccooomT? Then yooTl rant the Faulane sm. 1 '
.A CALL COLLECT: FarM Tract 'aow priced vp>>to|H2 for than last year's.Has more fende room r1S '
than ever,ptui fiaeor extras pee r.r Arf arm reds,te*sun visa,, -=-,=- '
E&WARDC '> TOY HOIKS r : cokr 4qred sceeriaf wbed,at no otra cortl t.. ',a I II
'. Goox ia far MV economy twin choke of a fifcttoe : i DeW .p,,, M........C* ..rl
P. 0. Bex 1273 P. O. fex 3H Falcon or new Fakiaae 5001HARDEE u v d, riwjiuC. ,
Large stock, priced right
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PheM HO 3-2171 r'o.aZ711': Mes ei ; .-, MOTOR CO I.

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If you are Rich. If you' are" poor' ,5
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\R I 4 Spell year Mowgr where you are'tare.JM _'Ctrier Base Si: Huctck Streets, Madison; Ek

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3HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY If you want customers every ,? ,9'O9 J f r
week in, tell I
'em
your store Jim: Blanton of St. Augustine '
; JeE.RPintsE : abou it'4zr n4-ER- ad every formerly of *tadlsonj has entered *wih.ta.epr2S3 jt our deep ap
weeit'-- I If the race for ltafroa predation to friends
II II our for their
rythj I I cr. floral offerings expressions of service that
,; ". -*- sympathy and many kindnesses ex
COLOR FILM Mr and Mrs Ta>:lor Dads of tended to us at the time -of the insures the
Valdosta were visiting Mr and Mrs 'I
loss of
oar young son. May God '
Jesse Hughey here Sunday after bless you all. best reception
: Mr H Hugh Hancock presiding noon. HOLLY ROBERTS and FAMILY
I minister of the Madison congregation -,
4 I of 'Jehovah's Witnesses announced Prompt T-Y Repair Seryice
I today that he ham arranged COMPLETE PEST CONTROL
\ I for a free showing of the .
Itt-hour color film "Divine Will FREE INSPECTION
C Y International Assembly of Jehovah's I, New & Used T-V Sets
Witnesses at Woman' Club, BURKE EXTERMINATING CO.
,1t I North Lakeshore Drive. Madison
Florida, Friday evening January LOW DOWN PAYMENT'- DANK FINANCINGTHEMUSICBOX
22, at 7:30 p. m. JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist ,

111 East Green St, ,
Candidates-Strew your name Phone 293JPERRY
c all around the. county with E-R Phone: 6601 Quitman, Ga.

except bolita tickets and campaign cards, posters, cir- FLORIDAWe .... ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
culars. Be sure to say something exterminate: Roaches, Ants, Termites, Fleas and t -

Money! nice about yourself, even I Ticks, Mice and Rata, Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc. I .
if no one else will NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I CONSTRUCTIONNew
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Florida StatutesIN
THE COURT OF THE COUNTY and Remodeling

,-.f; PLATFORM Free Delivery FLORIDA JUDGE MADISON IN PROBATE.COUNTY,' Howerton Supply Co.

la re: Estate of Virginia A. Algeo.

": TO Deceased ALL CREDITORS AND PER: When buying
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You can get it, with SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS your
t 1 ROCKER AGAINST SAID ESTATE: E-R from
You and each of you are hereby Newsboys .
notified and required to present any]
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i' 'f FURNITURE claims tnd demands which you, or Please DO NOT park In the
credit at Dowlings street and make your newsboy run
either of you. may have against the
: _. .... estate of Virginia A Algeo de- out into the street to make a sale.
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.' ;: BUY .' ... ,. ..';. ',At-. ceased late of said County, to the Kindly pull over to the curb.
-.. Our newsboys have instructions
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.'* ', -;- :,:. ,. County Judge of Madison County
the to STAY OUT of the streets, and
Florida at his office In courthouse
: we will appreciate your cooperating :
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I 1 of said County at Madison
with AND THEM for
us
'c Florida within eight calendar
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Cfl 2-1515 128 Patterson ; YaIdostaGa months from the time of the first much.THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very
publication of this notice. Each
j r claim 'or'demand ;shall be in writing -
r" and shall state the place of THINKING
residence and post office addressof
I NOT I the claimant, and shall be swornto
0 s .' by the claimant, his agent or ABOUT MOREINSURANCE
pr .x aY attorney, and any such claim or
ti r p'' demand not so filed shall be void.
;. O .V MURRAY LOU ANDREWS ?
;. STERCHI As Executrix of the Last
Will and Testament .of Virginia A
an Algeo, deceased.
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BATTERY CHARGE .... 75c
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: Sofa Bed TIRE REPAIR ........ 75c Thls'Gulf Life agent can tell
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ANTI-FREEZE installed $2.75
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1960 THE ENTERPRISEJIEOORDER, MAT/EON FLORIDA PACE THIRTEEN i k kMesoftheBoardof
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I six members will receive their post. censed Practical Nurses of Safe .. ... ... .... '
by virtue of their positions. The I ( ) That the need for the facilities G-E Appliances I: \;;::::::':::,::::'::::':...:::::..:::::'::::::::::::::: :; .::.:: ..;;; .
I last six members are to be selected described: herein was established Smith-Corona adding

Public faslruclioB by various associations. by a survey made under the Howerton Supply Co. FREE! FREE I I
The Board adopted these policies supervision of the State Departmentof Machines typewritersand

as recommended upon motion by Education (or of the Community ,
t January 6, 1960 Mr Smith, seconded by Mr Cherry, College Council) dated March' : 1959.b All-color Motion Picture

The Board met ip regular session and carried. ( ) That the proposed facilitieswill FLORIDA'S GREATEST cash registers.The "DIVINE WILL INTERNA:

t on the above date with all Bid were tabulated as.follows for be constructed according to ANNUAL ATTRACTION'TAMPA OF
:member present. The 'meeting was the purchase of necessary equip.'ment the provisions of Sections 235.24235.33 TIONAL ASSEMBLY I

I called to order by the chairman, Mr for the operation of the Licensed Florida Statutes and applicable JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES"

Russell R Dugan. and opened with Practical Nursing Program: State Board of Education
prayer by Mr Alex H Smith. Surgical Supply Company Jack. Regulations.Description. FloridaState Enterpris -Recorder Inspiring, Educational!
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Dr Marshall Hamilton. President I sonville. $1950.43 (Total bid quotation of, facilities: Crowds packed out two

.of NFJC, presented final drawingsfor excluded 27 items vf the 5 Classrooms nd'ScSence "Labora New York city stadiums.
I ; shower and dressing room facilities .items listed) tories Including: Storage, Facilities *
I at NFJC for final approval A S Aloe Company, Chambree, 5750 sq. ft. SCHWINN BICYCLES FRIDAY, JANUARY 22,

The Board reviewed the plans, and Georgia $2150.51 (Total bid quota. Library FacfflUes6000 sq. ft Franchised Dealer & Service >
I motion was made by "Mr Cherry, tion Included all items) Respectfully submitted HOWERTON.,SUPPLY CO- 7:30 P. M.

.f seconded by Mr Smith, to Approve Anderson Supply Company, Tampa James J Gardener, President Woman's Cub N. Lakeshore Dr.
these plans and forward same to $2200.00 (Total bid quotation Suwannee River Junior College BUSINESSMEN* _
'. the Architect' Section, State Department excluded 2 items) Board of Public Instruction: Mad. All persons' of good will welcome.No .

t of Education far final apProvaL Medical Supply Company, Jack. son County. If you want customers every collection taken.

sonville. $2392.18 (Total bid quota. s/Russell R Dugan Chairman. week in your 'store, tell 'em

The following policies for the tion excluded 2 Items) Audit report for Cherry Lake ...... .. .
about it in E-R '" ''' '
I I f. operation of the Licensed Practical Motion was made by Mr Bailey, I School was reviewed by the Board. an ad every C'::: : .... : : : :,,, : : :..::. .: : 1
week.
Nursing Program were presented by seconded by Mr Smith, to award the Financial statements for Grades 1.12
Dr Hamilton, including the establishment ., bid to A S Aloe Company as low and Junior Colleges were reviewedby

of a professional advisory. est aM best bid; motion carried. the Board.Applications. .
committee for the program: All other bids sere rejected. for pupil assignment

RECOMMENDED POLICIES FOR Contract document and reassignment were reviewed' and FEB.
\ as per copy THE YIELD IS UpON J SAVING AT
LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSING oa file was approved by the Boardto acted upon by the Board. Bills for 2-13 .. .

'. PROGRAM'i be executed by North Florida the 'month of December were reviewed

i Junior College, the Madison County and ordered paid. VALDOSTA FEDERAL .
Memorial Hospital and the Su There being no further business,
our first class March 7, 1960. the 'Board adjourned.
wannee County Hospital concerning Featuring
2. Course to be taught shall be I' the operation of the Licensed Practical s/Russell R Dugan Chairman ANNOUNCING-

the prescribed twelve months course. Nursing Program. This, contract s/Griffin Bishop Secretary. I I :'
as prescribed by the State Board was approved upon motion by
of Nursing and the State Board of Mr Smith, seconded by Mr McLeod NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Education.. and carried. i
3. The cost of the program shall The Board Florida StatutesIN "
approved $10.00
be $75.00. This will include a graduation fee to be Included a THE COURT OF THE COUNT !
as apart
reservation fee of $15. to be submitted of the fee JUDGE. MADISON COUNTY.FLORIDA AND HIS
schedule for Junior
with their application and I. Colleges In Madison IN PROBATE. WtuS FARGO WESTERNSHQtf i
*$60. payable at the time of regis- operating motion In re: Estate of E E Hadden, Sr,
County upon by Mr McLeod
I tration. These .fees will cover the Seconded by Mr Cherry and carried. Deceased.TO ALL. CREDITORS AND PERSONS all. tM ."."h
cost of uniforms, textbooks, and
The
Board.e
formal approvalto aid featt st
addition HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
laboratory expenses. In
the diploma to be used at ': .
AGAINST SAID ESTATE: AUTO RACES.'THIULL'SHOWS
students will be required to pro North Junior
Florida College as
:vide white shoes and stockings, a You and each of yon are hereby i
recommended Dr Marshall
by Hamilton
notified required to presentany
and
watch with a second hand and
President. 4. PARADESFLORIDA
BIG
claims and demands which you.
bandage scissors. For those completing
the course there will be a for The NFJC following project priority list or eIther of you, may have against ELECTRICAL FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST
fee of 500. was adopted according the estate of E E Hadden, Sr, EXPOSITION
graduation 4The entrance requirements to the provisions of the State Department deceased, late of said County, to ci MIDVMr OFFICE HOURS -,
of Education, survey conducted
shall be as follows: (1) The applicant the County Judge of Madison Coun-
under the of MOK-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM .
authority
the EXHIBITS
hit office in
must be at least 17 years of ty, Florida, at
age. A birth certificate Is required. 236.073 Florida Statutes, upon motion court house of said County at fFA and THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON

(2) The applicant ,must have completed by Mr McLeod. seconded by Madison, Florida, within eight calendar l6 ... 4.H EYENTS
Mr Bailey, and carried:
months from the time of the
at least the 10th grade In The New. .
Request for approval by State first publication of this notice. ART 6 CRAFTS
an accredited high school or present
Board of Education of facilities EXHIBIT
to Each claim demand shall be in r hvA
determined or
evidence of the equivalent u -
test be -provided from funds appropriated writing and shall state the place,
by an equivalency r wii
for building for Junior College address
office
of residence and post
administered by the School. A transcript
of the applicant's school recordIs under chapter 57.760 ( SB No. 753)) of the claimant and shall be .e
I Florida Statutes to by the claimant his agentor
The applicant must sworn
required. (3))
t provide two character references on State Board of Education attorney, and any such claim or Tell 'em yon,saw it in
Capitol be void.
forms furnished by the College (4) demand not so filed shall Saving & Loan Association

The applicant must be a citizen of Tallahassee Gentlemen! Florida As ALMA Administratrix SHAW HADDEN cum testamento, Home Town'' Gazette 115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA.
the United States or must have legally your
Pursuant to Chapter 57.760, Florida of the estate of E E Hadden .
annexo Association Serve You Small
Big Enough to
declared his Intention of becoming The Friendly -
and the State Boardof
Statutes I Sr. deceased.
a citizen. (5) The applicant Education Regulation relating First publication January. 8th I960. Tie E-R.. Enough To Know You '
must report for a personal thereto, the State Board of Education 19-Ct-ch !
Interview with the Director of the b hereby requested to approvethe .
Nursing Division as a part of the
projects described below for
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registration procedure. (6)) The applicant providing }building and equipmentat t.

, = must undergo a pre-entrance, the NFJC from funds appropriated .

dental and physical examination.The .' under said act. New Dollar-ring Prices New Cabs-Wider, Safer, ,

proper the blanks College will when be provided the The Board of Public Instructionof WORTH MOREBECAUSE Step Vans,Wheel Drives,many More ComfortableMany' ,
by Madison County hereby certifies: .
has been accepted light-duty models with automatic 'models are a whole 7 .
applicant: tentatively ? r'.
(a) That the need for the facilities
The transmissions are lower inches lower (without sacrificing .
the (7))
for program. .
applicant will be given a preadmission described herein was established THEY priced.' Prices: have also been road clearance), so it's easier to ,
aptitude test battery. by a survey made under the supervision reduced on all optional V8's. hop in and out of cabs. Still v Wthere's
of the State Department of
the more space inside: more
for program
5.
Applicants Education ( of the Community
will be selected by an admissions College Council or ) dated February New Torsion-Spring Suspension room for hats and hips, more

committee to be. composed of the. 1958 and March 1959.b WORK MORE Eliminate I-beam shimmy and foot room with suspended pedals. i
Director of the School and the head Cabs are safer too; new build
( ) That the proposed facilities wheel fight! With torsion
o"f the two affiliating hos, ;II makes them 67% more rigid. ,
nurses
will be constructed according to springs up front there's a
-: pitals. Selections will be made upon the provisions of Sections 235.24 brand-new, smoother 'easier
the basis of all the evidence collected 235.33 Florida Statutes and applicable handling feel behind the wheel. ".f
in accordance with entrance Chen's new torsion springs and StonS-Bflt design
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State Board of Education 41 T New rear suspensions include Plus Improvements ,
requirements. ReguJ tions.Description. are changing neJ''k4s Ideas about bow mach wide-based coil springs in most
6. There shall be a professional of facilities: > "\ ,.., work a truck can do. Last year's scaedales are light-duty models; tougher Ali Through the Line

advisory committee to make recom- Administrative Facilities 450<< ,sq,-ft,' # :.- .S 0Bt-Chnrolet tracks rUe faster orcrt&srcagb! variable-rate leaf springs in A new steering linkage system .

mendations regarding the held program.in the 4 Instructional Classrooms including. nms to get ia more trips a day! Big repair bills medium-and heavy-duty models. that cuts vibration,means better
shall be
7. Classes control. There's new V8 effi
Office 2900 ,
Space- ft
Bund sq. are co longer a probtea-Chevrolet tracks soak
upstairs of the Old Hospital 2 Business Education Classrooms ciency. Sue.Hong famous for
Ing. I 1760 ft. up punishment that Beans downline: : to other Electronically Balanced Wbeels saving: New key-turn starting..

8. Hospital clinical experience Language sq. Arts Laboratory-950 sq. makes! And trade-in fleas pot off for extra Front wheels and tires are balanced Higher, wider visibility. Talk to

shall be provided in the Madison ft. tteesasds Kies-60 Chtrnrfet tracks stay at the factory.Helps make your Chevrolet dealer about the

County Memorial Hospital and the Science Lecture Room-1850 sq. ft. ...ae ami' h..1! that new ride revolutionary! world' most advanced trucks.

Suwannee County Hospital. Physical Education Facilities (shower a
9. The proposed training program &: dressing room)-2560 sq. ft L \ .

shall of Practical be described Nursing under as the the of the Division direction I Student Respectfully'Service Center submitted-1600, sq. It.I I"" ?:CHEVROLET TRUCKS FOR '60 .0"1".'"''

NFJC and shall be I
I/Marshall
Hamilton president "-
of College authorities.It r .- _
North Florida Junior College .
is recommended that professional Board of Public Instruction .
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advisory committee of ta
Madison County.
twelve members \e appointed to .,. .... '
sRussell R Dugan ChairmanThe ''"1"J 1
make recommendations regarding following project priority list ., '""a
The
the LPN Nursing Program. for SiAvannee River Junior Collegewas 1 t.' -
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I membership shall include the following '
r adopted according to the pro- /
: visionsof the State of <
Department 1; i
of the Madison ,
1. The Administrator Education survey conducted under ..
,Hospital. ft
Memorial
County the authority of 236.073 Florida .
of the Sowcnnee
2. The Administrator Statutes, upon motion by Mr Bailey, ,
County Hospital. seconded by Mr Smith, and carried: ,

3. The Madison v', County Health Request for approval by State

Officer. Health Board of Education of facilities to ... .. .
4. The Suwannee-- County be provided from funds appropriated Fr

Officer. of Nursing of the I for building for Junior Colleges _
5 The Director -
under chapter 57-760 (S. B No.
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Madison County' Memorial" ., Hospital 753)) Florida Statutes -
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State Board of Education ,
6 The Director of Nurslng/of. the Capitol .
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Suwannee County Host****.',.. : r
Tallahassee, Florida '
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?. A representative of the'''Madi Gentlemen: .

son County Medical Society. .Pursuant to Chapter 57-760. Florida '
the SUet Set TlW ana\Stort Stow l H .
8. A representative'of. Statutes and the State Board of CMr fata; Sitoy IIBCTYdw t
\ wannee County Medical'Society. PIt Boons Ottvr Showroom wwUf A8C-lY.
Education Regulation thereto
relating ,
of the Registered '. :
9. A representative the State Board of Education Ishereby W ./ I
Nurses In *****. Cowty requested to the *.'fINOWlast delivery dealt See 'authorized :E
10. A representative..of the RegIs- projects described below approve for pro- ': ..; .," favorable your Chevrolet d@e.t.L j[

tered Nurse In Suwannee of the County."" Tiding buttling and equipment at !' .! 'J' r
11. A representative the Suwannee River Junior College :

I censed Practical Nurses of Madison. from funds appropriated under said CANTEY MOTOR COMPANY :

County act .0 i
12. A representative.otf the Ate; Board of Public: iMtrortlon '0.
It will be hatred *e tJ.1 ..... County,'ixteby certifies) l' '. "'" _. '
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PAGE FOURTEEN THE ENTERPRISEJIECORDER, MADISON, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, I960''
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KOREAN MISSIONARY HERE
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Mrs Induk-Pahk, Christian COBLE Brought To You Weekly By I II I

Missionary from Korea, was guest 802!q 1,
FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK '
speaker at both the morning and I

evening services Sunday at the Howard StadstiD ,
First Methodist Church. -
t'iALtY
She spoke interestingly of the -' BE SURE .

customs, industries, arts, literatureand
religions of her country before $ .- IT'S Lumber Co.

-and after the coming seventy-five
GAME
years ago of the first Christian OO

missionaries into Korea. BEFORE t CARL BURNETT, of Macedonia, do

Most interesting was her des 0 0 ,
cription of the change in the YOU you read the Fisherman's Calendar
National order from Confucianism GOOD l '. "SBIS; *

to Christianity, and the change in .
national life after World War n. y SHOOT
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Mrs Pahk finished her education '
Hgr'itoa. : COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR
at Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga, ,
fOR rnl WtEK JAN. 24 THRU JAN.31
and has written
her story In "Sep te-:

tember Monkey", and holds the I'1115 .. .
Time fsv Each 0'1 .11. Mia Fish lite list"
distinction of having been the first IS '9 v; :
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Korean woman in 4000 years to k' ,1 ifs/ SUN I MON TUE wm THU FRt. SAT SUN
write a book in the English lan i I I I I
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ruage. Her book is actually her \\9Tjr- w3 f f YJ JOOO:: J i

autobiography.Mrs 9:33 10:38 11:39 12:39 137 2:32 3:24 4:12AM
THIS
Pahk's pulpit talks were AM AM PM PM PM PM PM

Broadcast Sunday aver the localstation.

_t_ i I Bfedctr IfM ft* ..".,. !b. Day for rfdtfeg I
After services Sunday Mrs Paldireceived r F '

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a generous contribution for "

the continuance of her work, .and %

a number of her books were HOWARD STUDSTILL


bought.After the Sunday evening service nor( w/s

members of the Hadden-Mor. LUMBER COMPANY
FLORIDA. CAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION
row Circle honored Mrs Pahk witha
reception in Fellowship HalL HU :S-6106 MADISON, FLORIDA

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Mr and Mrs William Smith and --

'son David of Perry, were _week. FOR SUPERVISOR OF Lewis Gaston suffered an attackof Candidates Panhandling
NEED FOR COD'S WILL
I end guests of his parents, Mr and TO BE DONE REGISTRATIONDear illness Wednesday at his homeat Voters can't shake you down
Mrs Carlton Smith. \\ THt"cS'i Hamburg and has been a
friends and fellow-citizens when talk to 'em in .
"Never has any generation of patient at the local hospital for' you an E-R
mankind had greater need for God's of Madison County: I want to thank several days. I' Ad.

SlightChargeW will to be done," said James W, : each of you for your vote and support .
S Fflson District Supervisor of Je and your wonderful cooperation : -I
5- hovah's Witnesses to an audience of &:LJ :a11' while serving as your Registration .

A slight charge Is made for: 1240 persons in attendance at the : : officer. I have endeavoredat NEW HOMESWOULD

0 ALL ENTERTAINMENT meeting! in Waycross, Ga., at the all times to give you honest
culmination, of a'3-day Bible Semi
NOTICES efficient and courteous service On

(regardless of sponsor) nar torium.held at the Municipal Audi\ 1DDIN this record I earnestly solicit your YOU BUILD A NEW HOME ON

40 ALL NOTICES OF MONEY. vote and support In the 1960 May
YOUR LOT OR ACRE?
RAISING Mr Filson spoke to the group on THE
PROJECTS \ I
(regardless of sponsor) the subject, "When Is God's Will primary elections for re-election' NO'MONEY DOWN CHECK THESE
to be Done on Earth?" .MOTilERS' for Supervisor of Registration
0 ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE Over eleven residents of Madison [ Sincerely 5 SILLS NOT 3
ABOUT MEETINGS OF
KIND ANY attended the convention. The gathering MARCH ARTHUR E RAGANS NO. 1 FLOORING NOT NO. 2

(regardless of organization) one of a series which 'are \ No. 1 SIDING, NOT No. 2
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conducted twice yearly was attended TUKK OH YOU WtClUttfTTHURSDAY Mr and Mrs Wallace Barber of 2x8 FLOOR JOISTS NOT 2x6 "
Prices are reasonable. Rising production
by from
persons twenty. Jacksonville were visitors here Sunday -
costs force us to omit ALL four congregations throughout north JAIl. 2& .
'FREE ADVERTISING. at. the Atkins apartments, CREOSOTE ALL SILLS and FLOOR JOISTS '
Florida and south Georgia.
THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER where their parents, Mr and MrsC SAME. PRICE AS OTHERS THAT USE No. 2 MATERIAL

BRUSH AND GRASS FIRE JMARCij.PF W Barber had an apartment. AND THREE SILLS

----:.. THE Mr and Mrs Barber Sr, who left
The Fire Department was calledat here last fall to spend the winterat Write
Tires
Goodyear $12.95 3:15 p. m. Sunday to the vicinity DIMES Woodland Hills, Calif with an- Sparks Best Homes

G70 x 15, Weather, tube-type, of the Brick Yard Pond, where a other son, Charles Barber, and
plus tax and recappable tire. brush and grass fire was burning MRS MARIE M HARBY family will reside there and have MADISON. FLORIDA
r near the Mitchell home. The fire PASSES IN JACKSONVILLEMrs given up their Madison apartment.
was soon brought under control I

MESSERBattery&T'reCo., without property damage. Marie Moseley Harby age .
82 years, died Sunday in Jacksonville e I
Miss Francine Milliner of Florida after a two weeks' illness She
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was born in Madison, daughter of \ "
State University was the,week. '
end guest of her parents, Mr and the late Mr and Mrs B F Moseley, 'iWHATS'THE-INSIDE-STORY ON \;';.,

Mrs Pat Milliner.. and spent the greater- -pan of her S '. .
; life here. She was member of .'
COMPACT CAR ? :
QUALITY
the First Baptist church at Madi- .

son. She had been living 'In Jacksonville ...... ,! '. .
about twelve years. ,.. r ..... 1r .

Services were held at 3 p. m.Tuesday .
PattersonJonesJanuary In the Chapel of the T J F / INSIDE TUB STUDBB.fKBB. -. .
Bcggs Jr Funeral Home The pastor .3

the Rev James Barber: officiated ;.-
and Wailer Whitlock: offered r
meditation music. Interment yeas in Comparison i is thp only way to tell quality. Skeptics are especially ./.. !>

Shoe Clearance the family lot In Oak Ridge cemetery welcomed to submit The Lark to these quality tcsts.?, V" ,* *
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Active pallbearers: Messrs Dan SLAM THE DOOR-and listen to the solid sound that tells you: .'.t...":;..i+' "J.

Walker Jack Wade, II E }fe. :The Lark is quality-builL?SIT INSIDE-see how quality pays .h,
Arthur W T Davis C S Blalpck.
th.t .. \ off in fashion fresh interiors-and overall comfort thanLIFTTHEHOODexaminethe :::.
R C Dickinson, Benjamin Davis A 4 more roomy I.r ;. ..," I

"p."p." : H Armstrong Tom Martin, A U theaveragc compact car.?- : : S ''''' '
Smith: Pat MJllinor and W T 'to
your Hollingsworlh. thrifty Lark V-8 (leader in most recent obilgas{ Economy Run). t

Survivors include two sisters Economical Six. '- TEST:
engine, or the new improved Super
feat Mrs W B Davis Sr. of Madison ''
I and Mrs J McC maim of Jacksonville DRIVE The: Lark-now; proven by more: than a billion owner- ./,!

and a number of nieces and S driven miles. Compare them all for quality and price, and you'll :' :
nephews among whom are Miss
New Oi Florida Davis, Mrs Henry Messer. I love: that Lark- UALrrv-BUiLT BY TIlE QUALITY MAKER. ," ,

W B Daris Jr, and Frank Davis :' . ,:.
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., }*o all of Madison; Mrs Dan M Vaden

'DRASTIC. REDUCTIONS. OT7 and Mrs Leroy Joyner of Jacksonville ';'
and Mrs Frank ScofJeM of ;
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Washington. D C

Wet's W..eI'S ai Ckihi! Sites Out-ot-t wn relatives here to

attend the funeral included Mr and
Mrs Dan M Vadea and son DanK
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VISIT OUR STORE AND SAVE MONEY ON SHOES Vaden Jr Mr and Mrs Leroy i.
Joyner. and Mrs J McC Tharin., ',.-'t 'f
FOR THE'ENTIRE FAMILY all of Jacksonville and Mr'*and ,

..II'....;I;; Mrs H P Williams of Tampa. :z1&-, .

ANNOUNCES FOR RE-ELECTION
PattersonJonesAND
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.. ........ .. .., Supervisor of Registration ArthurE
.,. Ragans Is announcing this week :

for .reflection Mr. Racan: MJS In
.. : ,. i-vllKnaent.tMt.J.e' h+s.tried .', '
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to 1i'1 est, efTkfem sad C8I! 'I.- ;
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iou"service and Uses hU caaJdacjr '

I __LPONTOWN AND CASTLE PAItK..tKi..... j oa this record .; ; .: R VERNON RAGANS

: : VALDOCTA GA. .1 Dr and Mrs R E Waton bad at .
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guests their daughter .
..I Miss Louise Watson of App COR. DADE AND DUVAL STREETS, MADISON, FLORIDA
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,' Edith> Beraa of Talee j
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mAY, JANUARY 22, 1960 THE E'TTERPRISEJIECORDER' ,' MADISON, FLORIDA :
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: COSTUMED AS PIONEER SUB-DISTRICT '
CANDIDATESput MEETING
f WELL DRILLING .". WOMAN |

CLASSIFIED ADS your best face forward with The Madison-Taylor Sub-district
& COMPLETE an official No-Phool Foto. for Methodist youth in Madison and-.
PUMP REPAIRING
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Ordinary mug Shot 2.00 Mrs Charles Phillips costumed as Taylor counties met Monday nightat

CNDIDATESPECIAL 3.00 the Pioneer Woman, occupied a the Methodist church at Boyd. .
1 *ur Sale Littleton Well Drillers THE E-R. HU 3-6361 I p'ftc of prominence in the plo Miss Sandra Ulm. District presi

I tor'al section of Sunday's Tallahassee dent Introduced the speaker, Mrs
I I Phone HU 3-6961, Madison AUTO DemocratThe Induk Pahk. who told of her workin
ACCIO NT* '
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alVoman's Club's
Korea.
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WANTED: Some nice, soft,' dean program on Conservation of Our
W. B. Daris, Jr. rags. No buttons or woolens. THE NOTICE} An automobile accident Saturday: Historical Heritage furnished* the Others depicting eras of Tallahas
ENTERPRISE-RECORDER. night on State Road 55 a half mile cue for the dress-up event which see's history were Mrs Abner
. REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: ,south of Greenfille Involved a 1954 was a luncheon meeting Thursday Avirett Jr. pre-Civil War; Mrs J
h ACREAGE FARMS r Plymouth sedan driven ghren by members of the Department V Chapman* Seminole Indian; MrsJ
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL LOST: Mixed-breed poppy. 4 mosc Notice: is hereby given that the by Miss .
Della of Conservation. M Buck Spanish :Mrs H H HI-
i Arnold ;
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL old, shaggy, white, tan ears. Call undersigned will register with the Plymouth Brown arid a 1956 Mrs PhQBps was depicted in note, French; Mrs Darrell Clark,
APPRAISALS HU 36219. 20-lt-pd Clerk of the Circuit Court In Madison sedan driven by Dan I
Y typical pioneer costume seated in a i iladderback Colonial; Mrs R J Riebold. Con-
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE county, Florida, upon receiptof II'Willie Cone, both of Greenville. chair operating a'' federacy, and Mrs Donald S Burns
TITLE INSURANCE STRAYED-Small wbite-fac bull Both can were headed north.
; proof of publication of this I spinning wheeL Victorian.FRE.
l 112 West Base Street calf from my place 4 miles south- notice the following fictitious Trooper Joe Peavy said the "
J
MADISON. FLORIDA east 'Of Pinetta, Reward. E M name, to-wit: Brown cat coming over a hill

f Phone BU 3-6277 EVERETT, Rt 1, Pinetta, Fla. WILLIS RECORDING STUDIO truck the Cone car In the rear as .

\ 20-lt-pd under which I am engaged In It attempted to pull off the road .
FOR SALE: Good house Cor S. The .
business at 404 N E Hancock St. Cone car turned over and was .
Ilorry & Macon Sis. Only 895000. damaged :
( Madison. Fla. Nature of business to the extent of $600. :

, Broadus WHIoughby LET'S GET TOGETHERAnd is a professional tape and disc recording Damage to* Miss Brown's ear was
$ OO.
studio. Telephone HU 36827. With purchase of each Model 140 Saw at
I REALTOR talk over how you can earn HENRY T (Ted) WILLIS Owner Miss Louise Bush of Greenville, '

J Phone Office HU 3-6481 $2 to $3 an hour as our Avon Jan 1;8,15122,pd a passenger In Miss Brown's car, our regular price you will get FREE .

i Residence HU 3-6481. Madison saleslady. Write AVON, Box suffered abrasions and bead lacerations 1 Nygran FiU 'N'Joint Chain Sharpintr_$15.85 ..' '

I .MADISON, FLORIDA 3103 MSS, Tallahassee Fla. EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE and F H Blackburn .1 MtCulIoch P65 Pintail Chain-182 ........ 22.10

f i passenger with Mr Cone, receiveda (or chain to fit saw you buy) $37.95
FOR SALE: 1959 FORD RANCH Earn $5,000 to $7,600 a year. shoulder injury. Both were (Ofto good enfy ..t:*Feb. 0. awl

Wagon, 2-door, 6 cyl, Wedgewood Married men of good reputation. treated at the local hospital and

t Blue, Magic Air Heater, good Invest $2 to $5,000. Sell.famous released. STARTS FAST
tires, excellent condition. HU 321.2t..pd1t.- McCULLOCH'SONE40 in wathtr
'. 6964. brand foods. No. experience Miss Brown was charged with any

necessary. We train you. If driving while intoxicated. S DIRECT DRIVE-

t FOR SALE: Farmall Cub Tractor. interested write: Seitner Associates for smooth, fast

' with good lift cultivator, mow. repairing done by set "doctors" 448 St. James Bid;., GREENVILLE- WINS cuttingTqRTURMESTID
|I ing machine double planter. Also -
i Jacksonville, Ha. 18-2t-ch Greenville High School's basketball ,
windmill, 50 It power a bargain.
team, with Luther Pickels setting for outstanding
CARY PJNSON, S mL south off -
the with 24 defeated CHAIN SAW
pace points
dependability
Madison on No. 53.: 21-lt-pdf JOHNW.WADSWOR1HRegistered
f r Jennings Monday night 56 to
t 30. LIGHTWEIGHT
Pure Bred Bulls for Sale. One
t Surveyor Greenville girls also won the preliminary wtlghs only 18
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Brahma five years .old weighing approximately 44 to 34. Dot Borday, pounds
1600 Jbs, color white t tI Phone HU 3-2372 scored 23 points for the winners
l and outstanding conformation. Two tI I DUAL OILING *
MADISON. FLORIDA and Jane Pafford 19 for the losers.
good Heref&rds, one four years old I -SYSTEM ,
and one two yean old. All these j MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHEN ,
We know
how at cost
I to diagnose your NO 8 no tjcfra
bulls very gentle and proven TVs Ills and cure 'em fast with G-E appliances and PRE-
Breeders. ADAM WEXSZ R 3, CISIONWARE CABINETS. Up I '
Madison, Fla. 20-tf-ch() OUITMAN to 5 years to pay. Call or write I Madison High School's basketball 3 BAR SIZES
12 24*
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HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. HU team rode to its eighth successive t
FOR SALE One 'Model 40 1-row
1 3-663L Madison. Fla. 7-tf-ch victory, with no defeats last Friday
r John Deere tractor with cultivator TELEVISION SERVICE 7. EXCLUSIVE
harrow, disc plow and dis Mrs W T Goody Miss Billie Jean night overcoming Jennings 51 t McCulloch Pintail;
tributor. Reasonable. HOBSON 401 E Stevens St. Coody and Miss Della martin were to 23. Billy Rutherford threw 21 r- chain .

' WILLIAMS, RT 2, Madison, Fla We Repair visitors In Atlanta this week. points for the winners and Fred Prices

t 19-4t-pd. Reeord-PJayers-Automobne RadiosA -IMrs :- Hicks 16, while Loyd Weathering Sicrtat $15495

FOR SALE: Coastal Bermuda hay Few Choice SelectionsIN LaMoyne Hancock Is ill at ton garnered 16 for the .losers.

Excellent quality, $30 '''per ton. USED TV SETS the local hospital where she enteredfor Madison also won the girls' game Free Demonstration!

t' George Eager, Valdosta, Ga. Phone! PROMPT Work guaranteed COURTEOUS satisfaction SERVICE treatment last Thursday. 28 to 11. 1111 i NUMBER- ONE See for yourself

CII 2-3195. OUR WAY OF SAYING INWORLD why McCulloch
A county-wide meeting of Metho-
\ FOR SALE: Polled Hereford bulls. THANK YOU" Goodyear Tires $12J5 dist Men's Clubs will be held at W.OULIOOM SALES is Number One! '

t Also 10 heifers. George Phone 9481, Qultman, Ga. Rocky Springs church Tuesday
reg.
Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers 670 x 15, All-Wealher, tube-tIP4 evening January 26. The Rocky'Springs
Valdosta Ga.
Eager, Rt 1, ,
, plus tax and recappable tire. Club will be hosts.
19 tf ch
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; FOR SALE: 2-br house, with hot, MESSER Radiator Repairing Howerton Supply Company
I GIRARDIN JEWELERSFor .
limits
t water heater In city on
school bus route. Reasonable. HU- MADISON FLORIDA
I"
Battery & Tire Co. McWILLIAMS GARAGE .
I ,3-6428 after 5 or all day Saturday.
'. 20-lt-pd SILVER, CHINA CRYSTAL : .r
DIAMONDS JEWELRY
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Horses or Mules .for ,Sale. 4 .

miles north Madison on Rocky I II EXPERT REPAIRING Compare all wagon prices of the 5 major U.S. car makers
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I Ford or old Valdosta road. J' t r

TUTEN Ht 3 Box NATION_ RAMBLER
I S or J C .
I 26: Madison; 18-4t-pd BRIDAL jf 1'a
SERVICEVALDOSTL

BEFORE SELLING your timber LOWEST

on;timber land, please see me. We
are also Interested In:buying a "I -.
limited amount of pinehardwoodpulpwood
803 No. Patterson
, delivered by truck to
t Foley, FILe or loaded on".R 'R cars. p .,

f See, write or call LIVE STOCK AUCTION | Ww1rf a 1h .
.
r L P. GIBSON ME
and in
SELL your cattle hogs our
Rt. 3, Madison, Florida -
auction each Monday Sales'start at
I, ,:, Phone:. Cherry Lake 8363 1:00.. MONTlCELLO STOCK k.4 S
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t FOR RENT One-bedroom 'f urn- YARDS, Monticello, ,Fla." I
. dished apartment,' :newly deco- Registered-Angus bulls. for sale

, :'rated and an unfurnished two- at all times. 1TALBOH

,bedroom apartment. Apply MRS
I __J J NEWMAN. 21-tf-ch wt:
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FOR RENT.: Two-bedroom house, PAINT 5 ,
close to Lake._ Water heater, gas I't

, tank, and heater furnished. Fishing AND # .

I GROCERY Lake.prMleges., Phone See 8396 ROBERTS M-X'to Cherry WALLPAPER CO.AT J .


CASTLE PARK
I FOR RENT: New 3-bedroom hous* : ..
VALDOSTA, GA.
on Cherry Lake all conveniences, A

phone and fishing rights. Also free parkingWe ,

house in Madison; ------------------ f
one 4-bedroom to suit have a complete line of Dwoxlda $345 Is enough lo pay the gasoline bill for up to t' ,1
will repair and paint Wallpaper and 1500 colors of Paints
around February 2Va years' average driving. I Rambler Prices Start At ,:F
j
available
tenant; to select from. Come in and see II I
1st. J a MCDONALD, Pineda the Colorobot Machine operate. $345 is enough to pay for automatic transmission, I I .:

,Fla. 204t.ch Weather Eye heater, Airliner reclining seat, radio, $ i '
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FOR RENT Two-bedroom house In two-lone corors.'l I ,
Lakeside. HOWARD STUDSTILL J. D. Scruggs Rambler.saving are proved: and official: lowest price by I .., ap
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office Phone HU 3-6106; residence far, based on comparison: manufacturers' suggested delivered Wts..roe t.neree MfcorMm I
HU 3-663D. 20 tfch FORESTER prices: at factory; highest resale value; most miles s.e. .Ml SW *rt redS ': .
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gallon in the Mobflgas Economy Ron.Room for aver *-- -'- -= tm -
apartment. S per ...... .. .... ..... .
FOR RENT: Furnished Ph. HU 36158MADISON. ap family of sit; high, wide doors;Single-Unit*constnic- 9I .; '1
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MRS E F DICKINSON FLJL ._ tom Deep-Dip rostproofiog. Go Rambler American! w f
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For your grinding and miring .; .*-I*
MALE HELP WANTED :
WANTED: Contact man In this on your farm, call WEST Vickers L
area full time for Jim Walter Cor END MILLING COMPANY, Implement Co. Inc.
collect ,
poration. Must hare car. 'Call Quitman Ga. Call .4971
phone
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CH 2-0391 or write Box 1203. 31: 8. RAHCE ST. \ MADISON, FLORIDA
collect
VALDOSTA. GA. 19-3t4 r
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.'. CHERRY LAKE METHOpIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JEHOVAirS WITNESSES
CHURCH CHURCH -
"JL preaching service every Sunday 1J8 N. Orange St. Phone HU 3-6355
WE WELCOME YOU MEETINGS:
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. A preaching Service every Sunday Bible Study: Wednesday 7:30 P. J.L

2nd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. morning ti Service Meeting: Friday 7:00 P. 1L
lit and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. Ministry School: Friday 8:00 P. laL
Sunday School each 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 .. a. Watchtower-Bible Study PHOTOS FOR CANDIDATES
Sunday at 10:00: a. m. Whether you're running for dog-
Sunday School every Sunday. Sunday 7:00 P, M
Prayer Service each 3rd 11:00 Seekers Welcome.No catcher, constable or Governor,
1st and Sundays a. m. Kingdom .
Wednesday 6:00 p. m. need 1
youll of
plenty photographs
2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. Collection Taken.
Family ""Night covered Family Night Covered Dish Supper ;.4< .? .,' of 'OUrSelf.
dish supper, Friday night after second Sunday Mr and Mrs Sam Breeden spent You'll find the famous E-R NO-
before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. mWoman' Friday 7:00 several days tJ week at the Style Candidates-Strew your name .FHOOL PHOTOS perfect for every
,month
promptly m.
every p.
Christian, Society Service of i h'" < Woman's Society of Christian Ser Show In Atlanta. all around the county with E-R ..:.,M occasion." .. '.

i meets'Thursday after ':' vice meets on Monday night after Jumbo Hamburgers campaign cards, posters,. cir : ORDINARY' MUG SHOTS $2.00CANDIDATE'S

1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. nv Choicest of Steaks and Sea culars. Be sure U> say some- ,. PHOTOS SPECIAL
Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meets I I $3.00 .
Rocky Foods at WHITE TOP thing nice. about yourself, even (This $3.00-deal)( makes you look
alternately with alternately with Cherry Lake on.
/ I Springs Tuesday after DRIVE-IN on U S No. $3, if no one else {ilL ten yean .younger brings out your
Tuesday after the 4th Sunday
human warmth and affection for all
) 4th.Sunday 8:00 p. m south of Madison 3-lt-ch ,
8:00 p. m. ti voters before the election and
WedBesday
Official Board meets 1st -
each even numbered month The Official Board meets each .... hints at a trace of statesmanship. ,
PROGRAM
SUNDAY SCHEDULEW "
month following the supper on .:- It costs slightly more than the
service.
after Commission prayer Education meets ,Family Nlgbt, 7:30 A. M. Gospel M A Music F $2.00 package, but well worth it).

1st Wednesday' each odd numbered P. X. ROWELL S. S. Supt. 7:55 News f Remember Candidates, In the '

month after prayer service. MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE, Treaj. 8:00 Baptist Hour t., .! 1960 election pot your BEST FACE
JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. C B. 1A; VIS. PASTOR 8:30 Gospel Music FORWARD with a famous E-R

THOMAS SURLES, HARRY M. 9:00 Revival Time .' NO-PHOOL FOTO.

COCHRAN, Asst's. LEE METHODIST CHURCH 9:30 Gospel Concert r :- Dial HU 3-6361 THE ENTER-
C. B. DAVIS, ,Pastor. i """. 10:00 News PRISE-RECORDER since! 1865,
Preaching
I Every Sunday and say.."GIMME A: CANDIDATE'S
10:05 Sunday Serenade
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH lit and 3rd Sundays
SPECIAL FOTO. WANT TO WIN
GREENVILLE FLA. ......11:00 a. In. and 7:00 p. m. 10:45 Prelude to Worship.
THE ELECTION"HUNTING
Sunday School -_ 10:00 A. M. 2nd. and 4th Sundays _. 9:00 a. m. i 11:00 Morning! Worship
Morning Worship 11* A. M. Sunday School Every 12:00 News
Baptist Training Course 6:45: P. M. Sunday 10:00 a. m. 12:15 Aftercoeo Melodies
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Evening Worship 7:30 P. M.+ Methodist Youth Fellowship 1225 News
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M 600p.m 1:00 Afternoon Melodies
BOB SEARCY. Sunday School Supt. 1:30 Afternoon Melodies .
HANSON METHODIST CHURCH 1:40 Serenade In Blue "Little strokes fell great oaks,"
Services First 125 News
flreachine every
PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH said Benjamin 'Franklin. And
and Third Sunday }1:00 a. m. 2:00 Hour 0: Decision
and 7:00 p. m. 2:30 Musical Sunday systematic saving of small

Sunday School every Sunday Preaching every Sunday 225 News amounts adds up I See' for SEASON S
10:30 a, m. Sunday School _, 10:00 A. M. I 3:00 Musical Sunday

Family Night Saturday before Morning Worship _.. ,11:00 A. M. 3:55 News yourself. NOW OPEN

Every second Sunday 6:00 p. m. Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M. 4:00 Hit Parade .

1tEV. C M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor Evening Services ....._.,, 7:30 P. M. 425 News BANK OF GREENVILLE BUY YOUR HUNTING NEEDS HERE!

BOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting Wednesday 5:00 Music At Sundown

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Evening .?.........,,. ._ 7:00 P. M. 5:30 Headline l A Weather Greenville Florida
W B SEALS S S 5:33 Off
Corning Worship 11:00 A. M. Superintendent Sign \.
Training Union 6:30 P. M. J ARTHUR CRUCE, Training Union PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO Camouflage Suits
Baptist
CHANCE WITHOUT NOTICE .
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Director. a.
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M ERNEST GURR, Minister ? Hunting Jackets

Brotherhood last Thursday Daily Program Scbedufe otO.)5GtZ666
fit each month At _, 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO Hunting Boots
WJC.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M.Evelene NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH WMAF 1230 ON YOUR DIAL t

Kelley Circle 6DO A.M. Sign On r -Hunting Vests
bed Thursday 2:30 P. M. Come Worship With Us 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr.

ST. L. SINGLETARY S. S. Supt'ALBERT Sunday ,School ____ 10:00 A. M. 6:2:5: World & State News Hunting Bags
KELLEY B.T.U. DIrector Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. 630 Fla. Farm Hour POLIO PARTY

KEY. LEWIS D. HUGHEN Pastor Baptist TraInIsc Union 6:30 P. M. 6:45 Rudy Htmridc i Game Carriers
EWolWdp, 7:30 P. M. 10 (Men. Wed. Fri.) The annual Woman's Club Polio
WELCOME TO Midweek Prayer Service 7:30 P. U. 6:55 World News Bridge Party will be held Wednes 4 ?.. Shell Belts
MT. OLIVE> BAPTIST CHURCS Brotherhood 4th Friday '7:80 P. M. 7:00 State New day, January 20, at 2:30 at the

Monday School 10:00 A. M. Jack Pickles ......... S. S. Supt. 7.-05 Coffee With Ray club house. All proceeds for Marchof
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Andrews 7:45 World New Hunting Caps
Sim B. T. U. Director Dime drive. Call Mrs James
Straining Union 60 P. bd.Evening REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor 7:50 State Newt Conway for reservations.
Worship ..,..,._ 730 P M. 7:55 Weather News Shells, Cartridges
Prayer Meeting 7:30 P. M. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 8:00 Offee with Ray Political: Announcements

Orarch Business Meeting nmWednesday' CHURCH 9.-00 Morning Devotions The regular county political announcements Shot Guns, Rifles
slight of each month. 9:15 Musical Interlude cost $10.00 and run .

Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second Preaching Services every Sunday 9:30 Musk Unlimited until the election. They are to be Hunting Packs
Thursday night of each month. Morning Service 11:00 Lilt 10:00 \ News paid for with the insertion order. F

Preaching Service Every Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. U. 10.-05 .. Music Unlimited Shot Gun Cases
L. Come Worship With Us.REV. Sunday School every Sunday at 0:30 ,. Music Unlimited Rev Lorace Cothran, moderatorand

DOZIER SAPP. Pastor 10:00 A. M 11:00 'v Music Unlimited Carl W Burnett clerk of the ._..... .: .t Boot Sox
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. 11:15 "- Public Service fiddle Florida Association attended W

REV. I. T. CARTER Pastor Prayer' Meeting every Wednesday; I 11:30 Record Session the Baptist State Moderatorand
Services Sunday. at 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood 12:00 ow World NewsNoontime Clerks Meeting, at Jackson-

Bunday School every 10:00 a. m first Thursday every 12:15 P.M Notes \Ok; January 13th. Southern Salvage Co.

Morning 'Worship _. 11:00 a. m. month at 7:30 P. M. 12:30 Talk Of The Town -

Training Union ____ 7:00 p. m. Everybody Welcome. 12:40 Uncle Ned SANDHOFEN, GERMANY ARMY-NAVY GOODS(PAWN SHOP)
Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. I REV. J. R. ', COLLINS Pastor; 12:45 State News (AAHTNC) -Army Sgt James

Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 p. m. 12:50 Farm News Wright recently participated with YALDOSTA, GEORGIA 111 SOUTH ASHLEY ST.FUELMORE .
MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST 12:55 71 Weather News the 8th Divisions 18th Infantry in s

MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST 701 South Range 1:00 "T! Hillbilly Hit Parade a Held training exercise In Germany.The .
I CHURCH Sunday Bible Study 10:00 A. M. 1:55' ** News 32-year-old soldier, son of ..
RZV. JACK LAMB Pastor xjrd's Supper and 2:00 m" Gospel Time Ira E Wright Route 1, Madison.
S. R. Sapp Chairman Board oli Edification ____w_ 11:00 A. M. 2:30 Public Service Fla 1s a IMS! graduate of Madison -

Deacons. ,Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 2:45J Afternoon Melodies Training SchoolBUSINESSMEN

Billy Bailey BTU Director Wednesday Evening i 255 t'! World & State News .

Leroy Cruse w_ Associate Director Services _. ...._...r 7:30 P. M. I 3:00 ''w' Afternoon Melodies -

Leroy Cruse ...,.. S. S. Supt. HOPEFUL 3:45 Public Service If you rant customers every

Miss Merle Bass ____ Song Leader MISSIONARY NEW BAPTIST CHURCH 4:05 4.40 rNtwS Request Parade .week In* your store, tell 'em FUEL

Mrs Jaanita 'Cruse ....-- Pianist Services every first and third ..:55 .. World & State News about it in .an E-R ad every

Sunday School nmia 10:00 A. M Sundays at 11 a. nt, and 8:00 p. m 5:00 Request Parade week.

Homing Worship 11:00 A. M. sundae School every Sunday 10 MOa. 6:45 Sports Highlights

Training Union 7.-00 P. M. m.Training 6:00 World News Candidates-Strew your name
Evening 'Worship 8:00 P. ,M. Union every Sunday 7:00 6:15 Twflight Tunes all around the county with E-R GASOLINE KEROSENE TRACTOR FUEL

Prayer Meeting Wed -730 P. M. *"_RB7.m. W. r. BTCBOTT." Pastor 7:00 655 News Sign Off campaign cards, posters, cir DIESEL FUEL FOR HOME AND TRACTOR USE

Just as I am without one plea BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH PROGRAMS SUBJECT: TO culars. Be sure to say something

T come' Regardless of your clothes Welcomes You CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE nice about yourself, even We are equipped to give you Quick Service. L H THUR-

wmdidon.tpun. You Whether are welcome cotton in Home-our REV Services CARL Every V. IVEY.Sunday Pastor OH MY it no one else. wiD. MAN and OTIS.BROWN are standing by for your services

cburch+ service. Sunday School _, 10:00 A. M. ,

\ 1+-MADISON CHURCH .COD- Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. E0rgiaPLATEXiLASS
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CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OFf Services every Saturday at 'Saar ... '.MUttc.... Q Us. __ AUL1S-CHALMCR3.TRACTORS'' ,
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Sunday School .. .._. 10:00 a. m .. MM Ufwnt e( nt=has b.dsd r ...... .
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Sacram.*n* }.f'"etl. ..:.... '1;:00 a. tnHellcf I II X. by MoUth .e.ct .. fcUJiWr irrtt*. -iI'
Society and Priesthood lime E C WILLIS. S S Supt>> tta*. .. ky mQ4 4tarMte aetta* ..... Phone: CHERRY 2-528S,, SHELl.PZTROt aurnroovcts.
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I ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN one T Tie. L.r. a&,. ..... ....... "
LEGION HALLE F REE--Touch.tYrIat course with ,r BRIGGS-STRATTON MOTORS I
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