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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 29, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
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PUBLISHED IN THE EDUCATIONAL AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF NORTH FLORIDA


VOL. LEX No. 22 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY JANUARY 29, 1960 Madison, Florida Price lOc Yearly Subscription $3.75 ; Delayed Renewals i4.

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Registration Nitice 13* A. L. (Rooster) Leggett, Jr. CHERRY LAKE NEWS The polio radio auction netted NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

Birthday Party I I $777.77. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
BABY SURLES N
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The registration books for the Miss ,. Mr and Mrs' Bobby Surles of i NOTICE is hereby given that the .
Lynda Hendry daughter of Annual Train
May, 1960, primary election will dyattville are announdng the Ride undersigned intend to register with
be open every day in the office Mr and Mrs Bill Mack Hendry, birth of a baby boy Jan 21st at : the Clerk of the Circuit Court of

of the Supervisor of Registration observed he thirteenth birthday the Pine View hospital in Valdosta. !. The Playhouse Kindergarten chil Madison County, Florida the fictitious ,

through January, February, and with a dance Monday night at the The little fellow weighed 7 Ibs. 9 dren took their annual train ride name of CAVE'S FEED <&<
:JIarch. I Legion Home with seventy-five ozs. and has been named Robert Friday. Jan. 22. to Greenville on FARM SUPPLY under which the

If you registered In 1958 or quests enjoying the occasion with ,rsr rare. Montford Surles Jr. lie Is the the SAL. This was the completion undersigned are engaged in the City
since you are OK for voting and her. grand. an of Mr and Mrs J J Cozart of the kiddies Unit study on trans of Madison Madison County, Flori
and Mr and Mrs J I Suites of portation. da. That
'do not have to re-register. Balloons and the names of the owners
ARTHUR E. RAGANS gay streamers in "'ft Cherry Lake Luncheon was served at fhe Playhouse of CAVE'S FEED & FARM SUP
Supervisor of Registration. colorful array fell from the ceiling, T Glenn Smith of the U S Air Force by the teacher, Mrs Frances PLY and their respective interests

""r 19-Thrt March-ch and a beautiful white birthday was enroute home when his automobile Sanders, before the group left on therein are as follows:'

cake was lettered Happy Birthday ....,,r caught on fire near Lee 'the noon train. They were accora- W M Cave, Jr Madison. Florida
Lynda. White candles and pink last Saturday The fire was quickly palled by Mrs Sanders and a num- 52%. '

LEENEWSNOTES rosebuds completed the table extinguished. Damage to the car ber Playhouse mothers. Others W R Cave, Madison, Florida 48%.
r decorations. A streamer with the was about $SO. Glenn Is the son of motored to Greenville to bring the W M CAVE. JR.,
RussfD Smith and is attending youngsters home. Twenty-three W
I R CAVE
Mr and Mrs L J Cherry left greeting Happy Birthday Lynda I school near Orlando. children enJoyed the trip. As partners trading and doing

Sunday for Atlanta to attend a spanned'one end of the hall, and A, Family night will be held Mon. business under the firm name and

:,5 Uiree day meeting of the poultry blue and pink boy and girl dolls, day, Feb 1st. at Cherry Lake Baptist GREAT BOOKS DISCUSSION style of CAVE'S FEED & FARM
butterflies and
birds were evidentin church. GROUP MEETS SUPPLY. 22.4 t-ch-H&M
association. children
Their Jimmy. Mrs Roffe her
the decorations throughout Larry has visiting
Carson and Joe Ann, will visit FOR REPRESENTATIVEPictured three Mrs Henry J Blaskk. Regional
I Music for dancing 'was furnishedby sisters Floyd Breeden Director THE WEATHER
r- their grand-parents, .Rev and Mrs Hi fl and juke box. Refreshments above is A L (Rooster) Mrs George Brown and Mrs James of the' Suwannee River

H L Boyd, at Lake Butler while of cakes, nuts and punch Leggett, Jr. of Greenville who is Arnold all of Louisville Kentucky. Regional Library, sponsored a -

they are away. were served campaigning for State Representative The four sisters Wednesday to Great Books Discussion Groupmeeting Week ending Jan 26th
from Madison County in the vacation in Miami
.Mr John-King was rushed to
I Assisting Mr and Mrs Hendry in Democratic Monday evening In the In.'C Min. Rt.
May 1960. "
the local hospital last Thursday primaries. CIVIC CLUB
North
Florida se
afternoon for entertaining 'were Mrs George (Paid political advH) Saturday night a weiner roast Junior College Wednesday 3-t .09
an emergency ope library Thursday 46
ration. Last that Hendry Mrs Martha Sale Mrs and skating free will be held at ZT .OQ I
reports were I Chandler Rains Jr and Mrs J T CARD i the auditorium. Cherry Lake civic Twenty or more members of .the Friday 54 26 ..00s..t
he was doing nicely. His children OFJHANKSWords
college and 41' .00)
Brinson. i club will also Include a membership community gatheredto 22

notified visited him Mr as King soon was as feeling they were fair I Lynda' wore on this occasion a drive. consides the organization of a v. 59 21 .00 I
cannot the reading and discussion with 5; 27 .00
making preparations to attend a i short dance frock of green taffeta. convey appre- group
She received atlon we feel for the many ex- w Howard C Wills Jr of Memphis Th ; G8 3o. ro
lovely gifts.LrCT'CITY'S
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funeral, when taken UL many BaptistVltU will meet Monday / -',
pressions of kindness and concern Term a representative of tie ----
Mrs W S McCullough returnedto a:. nv at 10 o'clock February 1st //
which have been extended to us National Foundation as leader and Total .00
her. home In Jacksonville Satunlay :; : FORWARD in the Educational Building for the 7
MARCH during Dale's Illness. monthly mission program and busi! moderator. / Rainfall week ending Jan 23rd
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from week's visit with I
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her sister, Mrs Ola .Mercer. Mrs,I I' ( y.i The J B Hinton Family nest .1 As introduction into the '..oper- .. at Gibson Tower 0.70 in. Lovett

Flossie Chandler gill stay with her t C/U' VI .> .'. of" tee Florida aUons of group study and discussion .. Tower 0.40 in, Aucilla Tower,i 0..50

for a' few days. Power Corpun.: ion gave an Interesting r ltrVms Introduced the, in, Sinclair Tower 0.60, in, tMMill
v IF J IN \ e d". Declaration of Independence which Creek Tower 0.50 in. Madison
Rev andjtfrs Curtis McMullen! arid informative address at w W I

t are announcing the arrival of a i the .,Lions' Qub' meeting Tuesday Ai,,." .ti the group avidly discussed pro ancon d, forestry headquarters., A5&! Lnj t .

babytoyborn' Wednesday,. Jtn.20th. .I on the ,forward march of electri tlit.-- for two hours.. The discussionswere I Sun rises, Jan 29th/7 t4 antj sep* "A

..He has "bceiunamed.;Rjty7rion4"William I city.Ne njL .*t .... r most 'colorful in Instance, 6:06 pm. tCV' .o'

Dvth' are= doing" : spoke "brilftt"' "?' nomasEdlsonVgreat .. and revealed a wide diversity ol I Moon sets Jan 29t1v 7:56: pm.

.. ..... 11 -*.. lriJ1< work in'the filld "in ; thought, schooling.' and. personalbackground High tide Jan 29th at St Marks

connection with National 'Electric but reached no conclusion .. light 3:35 pm. .
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"OAK HILL NEWSALLENTAYLOR Week next month and also told f due to the sophistry of .,: t'

of his own company's humble beginnings the Experienced moderator. MEN'S CLUBS ENTERTAINED

In s.i' Petersburg when the CURED OF CANCER CURED OF GANG The group was scheduled to r i

street lights were shut off during meet again Wednesday evening to The Men's dub. of the' "Rocky

At 12:30 noon Jan 23 In the moonlight nights. consider organization and for Springs Methodist church enter-

baptist' parsonage Shirley Anne] The speaker listed many achievements discussion of Plato's! Apology-Crito. tained a countywide meeting of

Allen and David Taylor were in the electric world during Methodist Men's Clubs Tuesday

quitely united In Holy Matrimonyby recent years and envisioned many SPEAKS ON GOVERNMENT AT night at the Rocky Springs church.
Claude DuvaL president of the
CLUB MEETINGHon
Rev Lamar Wynn "of Pinetta. gre&ter advances. In the new de '
club
local introduced the speaker,
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Ralph E Odum assistant At.
bride in dark
The was lovely a William
B Smith
of Monticello
cade.He torney General of Tallahassee
was
blue suit Her 8ttendanyere Mr warned against greater who. Is Tallahassee District lay
speaker at the. Club
and Mrs Paul B ,.EJlington ,J& ,at government: rcontrol.of> theutili ;- .,. Weonesday.gust In his talk Rotary he broughtthe' leader. He spoke of the duties of '

whose home a delicious. luncheonwas ties and said that control by the club up to date on current the laymen of the church. Rev E

served later and the bride government of transportation the CURED OF CANCER CURED OF CANCER happenings in the State government I W McDougalrpastor! of the Lee
and. groom left for parts of South utilities medical practice and the He also'gave a brief resumeof Methodist church; was a guest.
short I various I The women: ,of the church with
Florida for a honeymoon, press would lead to a socialistic persons ofMadison
i Urs M E Dietrich acting chairmanfor
where County who had .contributed
then return to Tampa,. they ,state. to
help create the of the WSCSfc served a bountiful
type government
both .
are employed.We Horace Williams appointed
was
of baked ham. salads, hot'rblscuitS.
supper
we have in this State. He reviewed
all wish them a long and as club representative on the advisory several suits brought before his cake and coffee.

happy wedding"" ffR-- committee for the business office concerning integration of 1

Mr J T Bland was visited last men's conferences Mart Moormanof J schools, that came from Etcambia. ATTEND GOLTOURNAMENT

Wednesday by his daughter Mrs the,. Forestry,Service FMvisi !;Dade and Hillsborough counties.Mr .
Thurman Jackson: and two -grandchildren tor. Odum related that the At. In Ocala this week end participating -

Renee and Wade Mrs -- .w tot 1.ceneral.s office was foundedon In ,the Golf Tournament at the

Jackson also visited Mr and Mrs the Common Law, and that, due Country Club there are Dr' J M
R Terry while in our 'community. SHORT COURSE IN INCOME. CURE* OF CANCER CURED OF CANCER to the many decisions that were DuRant Frank Cantey, T L Fra-
TAXATION leigh and sons. Theodore, John Ed
1 daily; made the office work had
Air Bland Is still confined to his .
# become specialized. His specialty is and..Ashley Frlelgn. Mrs DuRant
4 ted. A free abort in Fe4ert! in matters and Mrs T L Fraleigh accompanied
course pertaining to schools.
Mr and Mrs R L Crafton are There atld a mfflion of them! Untold number of. the player
Taxation is again being offered The address was one of a series
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on an extended visit to several tbeo fltea aM..... acfeally qwe their Km to being
under sponsorship of the MadP presented at the cub on the
,
points of South Florida.. ton Junior Chamber of Commerce hfrfituisjisi they oSfafriod from UM Americaa subject of Government. POLIO BENEFIT .
.
Mrs La Hunt is ,slowly Improving. C .. -
De and the Adult Education Program oer giiatty. Student guests from' the Senior
We hope -to see her able class of Madison High School included The Woman's Club sponsored a
I to be out when this weatherwarms I of the Madison County scbo i&s i'icbtlac.eer k ear IjiiiiHflHv Ws lane all Miss Louise Brown. Miss La- benefit party Wednesday afternoon

up. 1 There will also be a course offered kinds of ...--.t: pesters; exhiWU; film. verne Brown, MUs Joan Barker and which netted '$27.80 for the Folio'"
in Greenville for those who would Hiss Rabble! Cruce. Tom Morgan of March of Dimes. 't '.
... -te -Jnlfrii totem bird-hiKing
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find ,It inconvenient to come to
Tallahassee and Mel Lues of Valdosta -
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Malison. All those in Greenvillewho dtfie..... R i were also guests MAGGIE LEE SMITH "

AreiteJIirKsFive interested can J, DKaney "1 .. .
;. are : may They're bee for OK SB year office, your dub,.at ", ,
FINALLY TOPPED
Principal of Greenville PTA meets nu-d1utth socials, your ; Maggie Lee Smith, age 5L of
Madison County residents, all High School for more Information. Greenville at' her
comity oaater. They're aH designed to alert .' passed away
colored, were wrested Saturday The first meeting in Madison 'After winning ten straight games
morning charged with violating will be held Tuesday evening 7ou, your family**d yoer friends to facts ztbout'toer and' leading ten points at half timeIn January home very 24th.suddenly She was Sunday a life night long*

liquor laws.Working February 2; at 7:30 in the North < which caa seta the difference between the eleventh Madison High resident of Greenville.

t.I with Sheriff :Moore In Florida Junior College Library. life and death. SchooTs basketball team lost to She Is survived by her husband
making the roundup were J C Perry" here Tuesday night 67 ,to
The class will meet for two hours
Gen-ell, Carl B Dinkins. Claude G pdt or write the Unit of the American Cancer 64, Robert Taylor accounted for Robert Smith of Greenville: one
,
McDonald and Gentry James all of each Tuesday and Thursday evening Society oetJwt you. If* stocked with amrmmW 26 points for the winners whileDoM son, J C Demps of Greenville; her
the Department lor about three weeks.At mother Matilda. Johnson of Greenville
State Beverage 1 t l'0 tf". threw 17 for' Madison i
rv .. Floyd
Liberia Waters and Charlie :Mae I the end of the regular three # ; one aister-in-law, Ora Lee;

:Dcbson were charged with selling week course a special course for .: Demps of Greenville and nine
taxpaidi skey in a dry county. fanners will 2>e offered, but the Perry also won thea" game grandchildren

Also arrested was Julia..**** Mc, basic course taust be,completed- I In '. 52 to.. ,.31 ." Funeral services will be held

':.'. ', TDonald, far possession 'of' mooaahineand order to take the fanrt course' .'jAl .;,... .-. ..... ,tHT: : ,? ". : ...... Sunday? January 31st at 3 pm In
CONTINUES"
'for selling tax-paid wfctokey, in HoffUnder an ,tnstroctor::.at : < : ...: .SALE. .... the New Chapel Missionary. Baptist
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;I a dry "Bounty.Thectoer ..: "Ei. / :c: :..-..::.: ':'
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.. : North Florida Junior : ofieflsJ .. : ;, : : : Church. Interment will follow
two..e.n-ested'wefe gajre i. : : -: .. Tkq I.Seoeond, Anniversary Sale atthe :
f:: MeeMl and'.S( "'I lseiaa. .a Junior Chamber- 0 f. Commerceawnher. w:*'"! ... ... ..<... :" :....' :..: .... :", HipShop.wlf. continue.-through in the Newc. Zton,,cemetery with :-
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possessionn of taz- -'; '"sty>l+i a Tree; W'""no cl ";e'larthe; aewrseM1' !.' -,. : the public to can in daring the Beggs "Colored: ? taeral'',fHomewcharge. JD'. 0'

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-7l- AH VALENTINE, CANDIDATESExpress suggestion .for WE. HAVE : '',. 'I i

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your )love and devotion for the ii

voters with an E-R ad. ; t


Saturday, January 30 MADISON LADIES INDUCTED ; .
DOUBLE FEATURE INTO COLONIAL. DAMES OF ,

ULYSSES In Technicolor, starring XVII CENTURYThe ...- .

Kirk Douglas, Anthony Quinn,
Rossana Podesta. There never ..wasa new chapter recently organized MOVES t
man like Ulysses. Loved by all in Tallahassee of Colonial

women, hated by most men. Adventure .; Dames of 'XVII Century were proud I tI
after adventure for ten to have three Madisonlans as I

I long years made a man long for charter members of four through
home and his beautiful wife Nathaniel Dickinson founder of t

Hadley. Mass.. and whose grandson "
To Our
TEN DAYS TO TULARA star- a"2s :
Jonathan Dickinson, was founder
ring Sterling Hayden Grace Ray '
and first president of Princeton
manhunt that froze the
The
nor
tropics with terror. From the fear-- University. Nathaniel Dickinson "
their immigrant ancestor, came to NEW BUILDING f
capped Andes: to the treacherous '
America in 1930 from Cambridge. ,
jungle-lands they trekked by air.
England, and settled In Massachu
and on foot to capture Mexico'smost setts. I 0'f1IEVALDOSTAHIGIIWAY j
wanted killer. Cartoon.
These four ladies as charter

Sunday-Monday Jan.' 31, Feb. 1 members are Miss Whittle Dickinson .
THE FIVE PENNIES, In vista- and Mrs Charles Hembree, of
Vision and technicolor, starring Madison, Mrs Frank O'Kclly of -j

Danny Ka>e, Barbara ,Bel G t' des, Tallahassee, and Mrs Ernest Houseman
. Bob Crosby, Louis Armstrong. The recenty of DcLand, grand- ,, f Across from Metal Product) \ i

tender of tragic public daughter of the late Mrs $ R
warm story a '
and
to
invite come see us. I
you
life. Relive the exciting, happy Whaley of Ocala, Fla, through their
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yet sad moments of one of the na- ,Dickinson line. Watch for our formal opening soon! \. .

tion's top music men. Cartoon. I Mrs Robert McClure: of Tallahassee. -
whom We still claim as a
Tiies-Wed, February: 3 Madisonlan, went In on her story, FRALEIGHASHLEYT&T .
DOUBLE FEATURE line through the eminent Dr. Stoyof .,
NEVER STEAL* ANYTHING colonial fame. rL.)

SMALL, in cinemaScope and Eastman Fifteen ladies were inducted Into '
color, starring James Cagney, COMPANY : ;
\ this new Chapter, fifth in the State, '.
Shirley Jones. Entertaining comedy. at a delightful luncheon Monday. : ]
Cagney as like 'him-in hilarious -
you January 25 at the Floridan Hotel HU 3-2241 VALDOSTA HIGHWAY MADISON, FLA.
action. A double dose of laughsas
by the State President Mrs Smithof 1
double swings PLENTY OF FREE PARKING 1J
a prize crosser St Petersburg, assisted by the J -
into action-and breaks hearts and
' State Registrar of MiamiMrs
jaws at the same time. J G Kellum of Tallahassee, Camellia HE McArthur, Mrs J C Bumcttc. out the afternoon anal: evening. adding to the beauty of the dis- J
Show Event
ROCK, PRETTY BABY, starring was made president and through ; and Mrs R C Home. Among the out of ,town visitors camellias and greenery on the

sal Minco, John Saxon, Fay Wray.When her responsibility for its organize* RED RIBBONS were Mr and Mrs Jack White of front door, and an epergne of pinkto

a hot combo gets into a cool lion, was accorded the honor of Of Garden Club Year Red Ribbon "inners.Irs J J Live Oak; Mrs Carl Spooner; Mrs rose shaded camellias and pink

situation, it's crazy, man, crazy. naming the chapter. She was informed Conway, Mrs D F Burnett, Mrs R F HolHngsworth and Mrs S candles on, the coffee table in the
Fun for all-short 'n' talL Its it is the custom to name the
Jacobs of Quincy; Mrs Colquitt lounge. The mantel held arrangements
Ann Mcrryday, Jimmy Sullivan I
Chapter for an early ancestor of the
the rockin'est, rollin'est, coolest organizing president therefore pie Horticulture and artistic displaywere Mrs Leila M Gibson Mrs C S Harrison, Mrs Claud Harrison, and I of pink and rose camellias
craziest It's the most. Cartoon.
new Chapter Is named for Mrs unhampered by the unsea- Blatock, Mrs Kirby Rcichmann Mrs S A Phelps, of Quitman; Mrs I and gtadfoil.

Thursday-Friday, February 4, 5 Kellum's early ancestor Meetingswill sonal cold of the past week In the Mrs J L SulK' ri, Mrs T C GIbson Mrs Pete Stern and Mrs Dan Cha-1------------

DOUBLE FEATURE be held three times a year. Camellia Show Thursday at the Mrs J Brllardee, Mrs R E son Greenville; Mrs Janis. of i Radiator

THE MAN WHO COULD CHEAT KEEP UP--WITH POLITICS Woman's Club sponsored by the Watson, Mrs T L Fraleigh, Mrs Tallahassee; and Mrs T S Bras- Repairing'McWILUAMS

"DEATH in Technicolor, starring Azalea Circle of the Madison Gar J C Bamctte, Lavcrnc Brown, well of Monticello.Decorations .
Anton Diffring, Hazel Court, Chris- IN THE E-R i
den Club. in the auditorium
His Miss Ethel Rowe, Mrs Jack Wade; I GARAGEWe've
topher Lee. terrifying secret,
hilt hideous obsession made him Mrs W T Davis was hostess at -As You Like U"111 the themeof Mrs James Hardee, Mrs J L Brin play were a beautiful swag; of

the man who cheated death. bridge Saturday afternoon honoring the Artistic Arrangement feature -son, Mrs R C Dickinson, Mrs T C 1.Ift.--!! er;:...;,.-..;.:....:..;.;..-...;;;:='._ ___ _._ _._______ ____.
her guest, Mrs Charles Phillips of(| of the show which gave a McNally. Mrs R H Rowe Mrs H; ,
THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE starring ,Tallahassee. Guests were Mrs S AI I diversity of individuality to the E McArthur. Mrs A E Frafefen.'
; Burt Lancaster, Kirk Dou Smith and members of the bridge(display that included. :ff' picture Mrs Carl Karstedt gone ALL OUT to

lax, Janette Scott. Bernard Shaw'swisest club of which Mrs Phillips was a frames and modem* old''.*fashioned
and wittiest *play about member before moving to Tallahassee. -I and novice arrangement. One YELLOW RIBBONS
Americans: on the march to free Mrs R H Rowe received club Mrs J B llardee, Mrs Kirby
camellia, at least, was a compulsion
, dom. A real fun-fest in times of high score prize and Mrs Phillips Refchmann l : Mrs D F Burnett, MrsT .0"11.
In each'arrangement.. Awardswere -
.. old. Cartoon. and Mrs Smith were 'Presented with I* Fraleigh, Mrs J C Burnettej
HONORED .ON BIRTHDAYMrs gifts. The hostess' rob a dessert of made visitors.by popular write-In Mrs Leila M Gibson Mrs R E .

vote Watson Mrs. Ann ,Merryday, Mrs
James J Sale Jr was honored Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in Mrs M C Wooley's picture frame
Ashley Hardce, Mrs T C Gibson, FOR OUR2nNNIVERSARYSE
with a luncheon Saturday at Madi- G-in bun 40c.WHITE arrangement won 1st prize, and L
Mrs James Conway. Mrs J Brin-
son hotel restaurant on the occasion also the over-all prize of best '
of her '''birthday anniversary. 'Host TOP DRIVER show. son, Mrs C S BUlock. Mrs S P
in the
esses were'members of the honoree's arrangement Griffin Mrs Benjamin Davis, Mrs .
0 R lUmrick's picture -
Sewing Club. Mrs Sale received NEW HOUSES Mrs Van H Priest Miss Ethel Rowe
lovely gifts from the members. Two houses are under constructIon : frame won 2nd prize and Mrs Pat and Miss Alice Sims. DRESSES SKIRTS BLOUSES, PEDAL PUSHERS SWEATERS,

in Lakeside and are being built .Milliner won 3rd prize. WHITE RIBBONS PAJAMAS, BOY'S SHIRTS AND PANTS '
Georgia Red Sweet Potato seed of Moultrie. ARRANGEMENTS
Williams
Mr NOVICE
by
Mrs C S Btateck Mrs D F Bur- 0 ALL WHITER MERCHANDISE REDUCED

., $1.50 bushel See KEEP UP WITH POLITICS Mrs Audrey Coggins McKay won nett. Mrs Leila M Gibson, MrsJ f

'.E-R 1st prize In novice arrangements. ; B IZardee Mrs R C Dickinson ONE GROUP) OF ONE
INTHE GROUP OFT
ElaeMay; : V : Mrs Bill Cave 2nd prize and MrsB and Mrs Frances Scruggs.

at Vickers ,Implement Co. Sale at'Wayne's G Wyche. 3rd prize. DOOR PRIZES 0 BOY'S BLUE JEANS
.. .. \ n n
.. OLD FASHIONER. Winning. the door prizes, which; e w, S S, E S ,cmLrs PETAL PUSHERS
ARRANGEMENTSMrs consisted purchase:
"t of spray jobs,
p Sale 1st prize In
James won $1.00 EACH
Mrs orders and fertilizers donated by' You Make Us an Offer
old fashioned arrangements;
local business houses were J D
T C Coody, 2nd prize, and Mrs Jr Wailer WhUkxk Mrs,
Scruggs
I F R'EEl! Leila M Gibson. 3rd prize. M Walker, Miss Mary Fortner All Sales Cash & Final'

.r MODERN ARRANGEMENTS and Mrs T C McNall,. ',
rs & II Green
Stamps not given on Sale Item ,.
, (Opportunity To Mrs Robert Mickler won 1st Out-of-town judges were Mrs

prize for modern arrangements; Ashley McLeod of' Valdosta Mrs .

I Mrs Paul Ragans, 2nd prize, and \V.yneV1seman of Adel Ga. ,and

SAVEiOLLARS Mrs C S Blalock 3rd prize. Mrs R C Welsh' t aUahassee. --:7: ze Jlay Shop

s. HORTICULTURE EXHIBITThe Mrs J A Davis; .chairman" the

i horticulture exhibits were Azalea Circle and cu-d vncmbers,
a'! Judged by outofJudges.. and'Mrs S II Moore, president of the The Friendly Shop

; ; ;!! Jimmy Sullivan won the tri Garden, dub, ,and their sponsoring PHONE HU 3-6730 MADISON SLORIDA

color ribbon hnr best flower In committees acted as hostesses and:.

the show, a Villc de Nantes. served coffee in the lounge through \Rt >> -
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k Other exhibits in the Court of = - --

Honor, .of best flowers In theexhibit

winning blue ribbons werea
A free short ,course on tax form preparation to be given White Empress exhibited by

under Madison 'Count 'Adult Education program sponsored Mrs Leila M Gibson: a Dr 'nnsI -

by Madison Jaycees, with A E HOFFLANDER, Mrs J' L Brinson; a 'Simeon, ,

instructor. and a Mrs. Charles Cobb, Mrs s4j&1Ur44c5

WHEN 7:30 9:30 Pi.I, TUESDAYS & TIIURSDAY' Clara Btefcck; a, Frances 0 ilfCteBfthan -
Mrs T C Gibbon: Blood
WHERE? 'NFJG LIBRARY :
I erf4 China, Mrs Kirby Reichmann : H
WHO? ALL INTERESTED PERSONS. and .'Lady Jane Cray, Mrs ; J .B ; .

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If Mrs T C Gibson won most jlue ... ", ) .

ribbons in the horticulture dis:,

" a: play. : Rambler and GMC Trucks'

I Sen W T Davis" noncompctitlvc "

\ ':WE ARE NOW' PREPARED TO exhibit of more than 150 varietieswas ,

most 'outstanding, as was ,ajsfc . ,. GOOD CLEAN USED CARSMERCURY .

I an exhibit of more than 100 v.rie-; J : 0 1 .

r .ties by Mrs T S Braswell of Monti- t.PJj: '"'f 1933 RENAULT '
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Car Tires 1.." .lm ,
c Small and Foreign ;
Re-cap 'cello.: and an attractive display radio, heater heater" eJee:9"; ', ,:' .
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Laden Brothers' Green
from :
195S FORD STATION
Enterprises at Cherry L., o l&i PONTIAC "
WELL AS ALL OTHER SIZES WAGON-v.s, auto trans.heaterGood i
AS
Blue ribbon winners In the horticulture heater, std traits. .
CkanVVagoun
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exhibit Mr T Ibwn

.' Don't throw the tire away;, bring it to us' Bill Brovnxplrs, C S Blalock.- tin EDGAR FAIRCLOTH SALES MANAGER SArs"See- him before you trade"

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VaHosta C stedt -Mrs K>/>XY Burnett Xn Vickers Co. Inc.'
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"PAGE FOUR .

CHILDREN'S : KEEP UP ,WITH POLITICSIN
Four 5TransistorPORTABLE .. MEN'S BELTS
STRETCH SOXWere THE E-R
RADIOSLeatherette ,
HEALTH sizes 28-40; were 8Sc, NOW 69c
33c NOW 25c Georgia. Red Sweet Potato seed,
Case, with battery. \ st\ : I ; Madison Home Center
$1.50 bushel. See
29.95, NOW 18.88Madisea I .
WERE '"\ "TOPICS 0- Madison Home CenterBAPTIST

HerneAzaleaFestival Center h\\\ EIzieMay BAND PARENTS. =

CIRCLES -
,t A Seme a Y.M Donor trf Mesa... ': at Vickers Implement Co.'Student Band Parents met Monday night.
i YMT TloritfB Local Mc Kl Medial Aswcmtan.Soonr a.d''raw. Circle No 1 met with Mrs Van Jan. 18, In the Band Hall for the

: "* II Priest Monday am with 8 mem- Evaluation regular business meeting. The annual .
WHAT IS PAIN? : discussed
MADISON ( bers present. Mrs R B Bryan awards banquet was
gave
,-to- Pain Ins been explained as devotional I .. and date set for Ma)". Next meetingof
a Spiritual
DRIVE-1N-THEATRE. :The Palatka,Jr Chamber of Commerce the qukknt tray of educatingman and Mrs J on. Hope- 'Monday' and -ruemy''ere Stu. the group will be Monday night
A Hargrove
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in objective knowledge. gave a program
February 15: when the ElementarySchool
BOX OFFICE OPENS 6>>:30 'P. M. announces the 14th Annual Certainly pain is the body's way on'Reaching Rural Churches dent Evaluation days In the Madi- band will perform.

Show starts 7:00,, ,R.. M. Azalea Festival will' beheld February of transmitting urgent information In Baptist work son schools. During the two days :
25-28, 1960. The Azalea Festival that something is wrong- while students were enjoying a
PROGRAM Pain informs .s the band is oa Hostess served coffee tea and
:. is sponsored annually by the a hot store, the leg is broken, toasted sandwiches. brief respite,, teachers .wete busy Pinetta was admitted -
Bass
Robert .of
Palatka JayCees and U held in the food is incompatible and Circle No 2 met with Mrs J J evaluating their past accomplishments Tallahassee hospital
to the
Crlday-Saturday, January 29, JO the beautiful Ravine Gardens at that a nights orer-indmlgtoee is Conway. with 10 members and future prospects for
costly presentMrs Tuesday.
VOUBLE FEATURE Palatka, Florida. The Ravine Gardens Pain perception is presumably I! E MeArthur gathe opening the second semester which began
HORSE David Laddin
THE SAD were built In 1932, and have the same for all people although Mrs Wednesday Jan 27. The evaluation .
Technicolor prayer. Hoyt Haynes was
the reaction differs. In the pro-
of Americas also establishes the schools'ratings
been recognized as one ceasing of a pain perception, In charge of the program, which
THE LITTLE SAVAGE Pedro most beautiful and naturalistic factors of the tndrrkfoars total was Reaching the Rural Churchesin ._ Radiator Repairing
Armendarez, Robert Palmer. Color Gardens. experience are brought into ----
Cartoon. I play. There are his put encounters Baptist work -
---- with pain and his present Hostess" sen"l"dI sandwiches, cake BED SPREADS McWILUAMS r / GARAGE
San. Jan. 31, Mon. February 1 I TimEE ONLY ELECTRIC attitude toward it, his mood, and coffee. .
DOUBLE FEATURE emotional status judgment and 14 only were 3.49, Nd\V 2"50Centei
MASSAGE PILLOWS presence: or absence of anxiety. Mrs T M Raines, with Mrs W B "
PARADISE LAGOON in Technl- Fortunately for humans, there Rites as co-hostess entertained Madison Home --,--- --
color with Kenith Moore. are limits to pain perception. Sale at Wayne's
Reg. 8.49; NOW 455 circle No 3 with members prcseut. .
For instance, when two or more ..__ __ .
CAMP ON BLOOD ISLAND. pain sources are acting sunnUtaneously lire T M Raines gavethe > .uu. .
Home Center <
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Color Cartoon. the more intense devotional and Mrs J C Moore u' "

" Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday source monopolizes the percep gave the program. Reaching Baptist
-1 tion. Apparently this is nature's
CLOSEDOne 1I I way of protecting the individual Rural Churches. Hostesses -
from being overwhelmed by an served coffee, cookies and candy.B SEE
Only PERFECTION i unbearable large pain made op W S drcle met with Mrs \VU'
of many small ones. Rarely, too, ,
OIL;: HEATER 65.00 is pain constant in intensity over Selman' and Mrs C L Tadlock \\c.,:

I a protracted period. Chemical at the Selman home with 13 ,mem- ,
and mechanical factors
are major
Heats & rooms, WAS 129. S reasons for variations in bers present and two visitors.
intensity. Mrs J T Barber was In charge
Madison Home Center Man does not experience pals of the program and showed a
beyond his endurance. Pain, for number of slides on Cuba. The 1V&ThENTtllPfl1St-RCOllDER
example generally is worse at
night when one is in bed and hostesses served .fruitcake, nuts MMHW m 14 IMCAJKMAl. AHMWUMM AIIO MMiTUAt UNIU Of <08W 1168)0%
Pipnesrsin away from distractions of the and coffee. *
I da/'* activities. It is pain that
informs us something is wrong.
t Insurance This disrupting sensation is the Reg. 1.49 Children's

I ancient the physician reason for and the is existenceof still the STRETCH TIGHTS $1.00 ', ;' FOR. ,
I 1 for Farmers "
for (
common cause consulting : .- "
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Over the years your Farm ,
Bureau Insurance Companieshave
1 I pioneered in providing pro.iecUon SCHEDULE IN .
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and benefits for farmers MADISON COUNTY

through policies.their Farm Bureau Insurance I ..- Slight_Charge + High Class PrintingOf

Now. with more than 2 500. (2' Bookmobiles)
000 policies in fora your farmBureau Bookmobile No. 1 A slight charge is made r for:

the largest Insurance group Compamesar. of intur- THURSDAY lit & 3rd) % ALL ENTERTAINMENT' '
w.Cl once companies in the world 10:15 11:30-'Cherry Lake School NOTICES : All Kinds -

writing insurance designed' for 11:35 12:00-Browning Station (regardless of sponsorVA i.. ,,. .' ...
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farmers and ranchers. 12:30 1245-Lovett *- ALL NOTICES OF MONEY- ..o i":
With assets of over$360.000. 1:16 *> 3:15-Greenville School I RAISING PROJECTS t:*.''.. _. '
Bureau In Bolita Tickets And ) \
tutla '00000. your Farm flee. ", (Except Money k-; .
; aurance Companies provide you 3:20 3:45 Greenville Post Of (regardless of sponsor)
SI"
,, ..ith. insurance of financial :THURSDAY (1st & 3rd) .ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE ''J \tt. .' .
souncbieu. < Bookmobile No. 2 f.t. .
ABOUT MEETINGS. OF ANT
20 itZii
WWHNT When you consider insuraoc:
10:00 10:15r-Uamon -
KIND "'
:" A.1 for..,."yefBc. record for idea your to own talk needs with,your it's a food peal 10:30 1235-Pinetta School (regardless of organization)_ + .
1:00.l. : Pinetta Post Office g SMITH CORONA
Tramftf v'est .W eseerds Irate Farm Bureau Insurance meat. Prices are'reasonable. Rising production .
.. ... ... tawl THURSDAY. (2nd & 4th)
"rpb r ysse' costs force us to omit ALL.
........' ewe.-4...,eg.a.. Southern Farm Bureau Bookmobile No. 2,11:45SL FREE ADVERTISING. .
; .... ef J7J.at,.. t/st f fibre...., 1J:20 Rejgis Nursery .
'rtWomd willi'..... w 1M... 12:00 > School THE ENTERPRISERECORDERDon't
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the f tM
'read era w w0.Nr c. Is ts/srisdsd, hsoraoce Co. 3:05, 3:30-Lee Post.Off ice. let your friendly, Standard Typewriters '

.... ..a4; ..1s end decd Ie FRIDAY (2nd It.Ith) do all) ,
Ii'. ..... the lit $.. asr6f KERMIT HORNE Bookmobile No. 1 courteous competitors .
.pq Q.....S w.IML .. BOX 38 HU 3-6665 10:00 10:15-HopewelL the advertising! Dial The E-R, I -

1fT'f MADISON, FLORIDA 10:30, 10:45-Moseley Hall. HU 3-6?nil, and say/4Gimme
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\ ,HIIB .. 0' $3 Evinrude Motors 12:00 1: -Madison Library. an ad, Mrs Wilson." Adding Machines : '

', Madison County Library open
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,- IIiEt.al.rw.. FrIday BOY SCOUT WEEK FEB. 7 TO 13 _
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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
"' Whereas February 8, 1960, is the
Electric Co.CODiPJ.ETE CLOSED
Bryan and Saturday 1 to.
THE E-R .
roth anniversary of the founding"of

the Boy Scoots of America as a
Thursday.FOSTORIA program for all boys and : And Cash Registers

,: Whereas, The Boy "-Scout program ,
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t ... has affcct d.the tives.of ..
, : ,:. CLJUR-ANG&..-- -.w 'robsters,* sfcamIrons, deep well '33500.000 boys- and meat and.' now
d. jrti cookers; Reg. 1753 NOW 9.95: :has an active enroJlmeJIA: i more

!; \ENTIRE STOCK OF. Madison Home Centerw. than 5.000.000 of wWral.. _are. Smith
,:# n ,.active locally and 4.; + Underwood &
"-:.' ALL AND WINTER I Whereas The movement now observes '
> its gulden i an&versary and
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J. SPRADLEY DIES AT HOME seeks to motivate all leaden< tot

LADIES I rthtr and rreatereffort on be- Corona Portable

,t' half of youth under the theme For '
W J Spradley age 63 of Green. God and Country" and
.i : &: r, vflle. RFD died at his home at '\"hereascThe .Boy Scouts of .
: : Harmony early Wednesday morn America if great 'force for trainfec
ing. He was "a l1fedt1zen .of youth in right character and good :;' Typewriters
'\ Madison County, a Veteran of citizenship, will 'bold Its fit # : ,

tI World War I, charter member of National Jamboree 1t.Colora ,. .
Madison Post No. 68 American Legion Spring Colorado, this July: r a
I and amember of the Harmony jbtow therefore. I V M FoJs 1I.j I "
Baptist church. Mayor of the City of Madlaoin '

H Survivors are six daughter, Mrs I the state'of Florida do hereby proclaim I Metal And Wood1Office '
DRESS SHOES Wilburn DaVis of Greenville, Mrs the week' of February 7 to + ,
Sam Henderson and Mrs H H II: 13 as Boy Scout Week.I .

Walker: of South Bay Fla. Mrs do urge our citizens to xeeognlze -

Stanley Goodman of Columbus, Ga the patriotic service being performed : Furniture
Mrs Cnarlie O'Quinn of Ihnerglades, fcc our community by volunteer
Values To $14.95strEnfs Fla. and Miss Gwendolyii Spradley Scout leaders; to express

of Chattahoochee; three sons JamesE their appreciation of the religious ,
1 Spradlo' Gill ...LtV J,I I bodies, school organizations, veterans '
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( ; ,. Spradley, Jr. of Fort.91Okla.1\ I as-'sdaticns fraternal groups \
and Dillard Spradley of*SoUtH Bay and service clubs,tfhlch sponsor ourCyb UNDERWOOD
s .' LEATHERS Fla. and 16 crandchildrerl Packs Boy" Scout troops and ; + .
Explorer units and'help the Qty .- ,
ALL COLORS # Services will be held at 3 p. m. .
6 S .
Friday at the graveside in Harmonyeftnejery cf Madison, Fla to be represented t.
,41 : '
AAA-B\WIDTHS with the Rev T A Good adequately at the great national : '" J
I1 man officiating; and Mr Gftrbett, Scout jamboree this summer. BURROUGHS :\

Sfe to 10Biy r.. I IJ [organist and a chorus rendering Iii testimony whereof J haveheretmto ,
nnm. liUUty rites conducted, by signed my name and
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honor" *fain caused the seal of ,the *City of
Field
guard
an Moody
J Jfi. AYE pl nl.i;; ., ''AriII! .-tonclu e the servk Maditett'F1* *d be s.ftted.this.23
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Sereral Odhner
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R.C. Allen
} Active pallbears wit be the day & Jariuary.' 19601 -' :. : ; : And
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honor guard and member; ofAmerican :: ,:f'?t. LSbiiy Mayor.
SHOES r.
SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL ALL THESE
1 Legion Post No. 68) will
ARE SOLD be honorary pallbearers. The T J Gyer : : "
Bars Jr Fnnera Home is In charge : ijs12.95tubetype: -.. ADDING MACHINES

of,...arrangements.THKEE+ 67p x 15, AD- ,

.N ,:SHOP :?\ : ONLY SeTtJBETEI110f1'1ADIQS plus tax and reeappable tire. I

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,' i :ed/t Pays To Boy Yew 8Mes'"' I ** + OFFICE SUPPLIES'J i

:f Phone CH 26844VALDOS were 1955, NOW Ii88 ti- BIeryT Ct. -. 'o ... '

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: HALF PRICE! :I Ii

HEN'SWORK f ELECTRIC BLANKETS
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: SALE PANTS, were 2.89 r
*, NOW 35 j I S only Featherwarnx, full size.
sALEDorothy WORK SHIRTS were 2.69. WERE 2..95. NOW 1248

Khaki NOW and 2.25 TanHome Madisnr Home .i Center. '


Gray CHIIIe'1ies Mat& Center
s8n Messrs A i! Armstrong and A L.' e

Hughes attended the DIstrict ;f

Hormone H d .. ..J meeting of the Presbyterian Men
Cream : "
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) ''''4' : .f. .If t'. .j : Cwroty Court of the Church in Tallahassee Monday .
nIghL The meeting was addressed :
;u: l .1 .. $2.50 size,,:NOW $1.25size ,
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5 by Dr Ernest T Thompson,* I' ,
re.

Dry Skin Qeaiser; r.:; .. Elbert Simmons driving while of moderator the church.of. the General: Assembly, !.r I '. .

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Intoxicated,
.... $100 or sixty days. Also I
: I.. '$2.25 NOW $1.25 driving without license, sen KEEP UP WITH POLITICS
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'f! tence'withheld) until Court has been r
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t $ 00 size, NOW ..$2.00 notified that \'ehlclehas been I IN THE E-RIOSEANDSHEEfS I ; :

.< '"' flue!. Also, leaving scene of an ac-
Salon Cold Cream t' : cident (unattended vehicle), sentence t r at.

withheld until Court has Ss

size NOW been notified vehicle has been fixed. Rose Fair Hose, reg 49c-83c pr,
$2.25 $1.25 of the Cross marks the place where .
Frank J Hammock, failure to and PEPPERELL Sheets with The Chapel of the Raising
size NOW the crosses of Jesus and the two thieves stood. On this spot In his .
$4.00 $2.00 pillow SAVE 2)4A(
cases
yield ( .
right-of-way through highway .
j .. last irony, Christ compassionately pardoned the thief. (Jordan),
) $23 or ten days. Madison Home Center fi
Edwin Marshall Warren speed-
Special Dry < Skin fixture.iwu .. lug $25 or thirty days. ______u_._ __

9 .. : $4.00* tize, NOW $2.00 wnUamVUUams, hunting without
license, $2L30 or thirty days .
John Herman Bodenstein failureto ,.

ONLY AT-- .:'i ;" : \' : obey stop sign sentence with '. ; ..'M t t.- ". :A r ifI'

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: f 2' held.Henry Kendrick, .drunkenness,

r' $25 or thirty days. You Can
Sale' Now J
Smith Drug StoreS Ned Johnson, possession bf moon- : .

shine whiskey, $100 or ninety days. :: O ,I''s ;

& H GREENj; STAMPS*ON ABOVE Bobby Adams worthless check, .
Madison, FloridaSPARTUS $14 fine and pay full restitution of I fa Progress .. :; 'Sa e Now! ,

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of $41.37 or ..
u checks In amount .
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HEADQUARTERS withheld.
CAMERA ,OUTFITS'' I and Three
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Bonds estreated as : .

3 only, including camera, flash FOR MAJOR AP-Daniel Williams, William F Agnew, .

attachment film, bulbs, batteries, Paul Lee. Blige, 'Albert R Colbunv -
carrying case. WERE 29.95, PLIANCES. WESTERN Eugene Calkins. Bobby J Kend- <
NOW 9.88 rick (3K Louis William Kirk,

Winston W Reynolds James Walker ,. .
Madison ''\., "
Home CenterRev AUTO. .. .11anelVl11iatns., Charles f j ;.t' '

Young, Andrew Carter, Joseph Lee .
Mack (2)))>, William; Audley Ivey,
and Mrs Paul Touchton}!rand N F C WINS
Mrs Al Fiori'and Jimmy Hart J T* :... .. larry Alexander Branch Willie Store-Wide Great Mid-Winter

dee attended an area Scout Recognition With a score of 67 to 36 the Tooke.
Dock Falrcloth and Lessle Lee
dinner Tuesday night in the North Florida Junior College beat
1Falrcloih,. drunkenne. As to Dock
Suwannee'Room at FSU. A. rum the Forest Rangers School of Lake I
"alrcloth, $25 or thirty days. As.to i
bcr of awards were made .at. the CitTtl in a basketball game played
Leslie Lee Faircloth. $25 bond es-
tIme ;I In;nnne High School gymnasium treated.

111 Wednesday night.John ;; Bonds estreated as follows: HI-
Giant Jumbo, .HamburgersinGin , 1 "
'. .: ". ram Lamb, John Walter, Mary
bun 40c.WHITE .
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ernigan. Rex Arthur Crosby, a ,
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TOP DRIVE-IN & obi Wynn, son of- Mr and
\ ,Mrs J 'L Wynn of Madison has Charles Young (2)), William Morris "

9 -ONLY-:-DAMASK accepted a position on the faculty Brown, Charles Richard Clark,
ofjMos Point Central High School, Ned Johnson.
mm: CLOTH .SETSwith Moss Point Mississippi, as an Eng. (continued next week)
ish teacher. Mr Wynn will receivethe
8 napkins, cloth size 60x90 Bachelor of Arts degree In Candidates Panhandling
Inches; napkins 16-ln square, May from Mississippi College, Clinton .
Voters can't shake down ,
Were 19.85, NOW 4.95 you '
Illiss '
1 .. when you talk to 'em in an E-R .
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I ''Dimes'. Opens First BirthDefects. Center II .


A birth defects study ,
center, the first 'of its kind
designed to combine clinical .

treatment with research .
and teaching, has just been
officially opened at Columbus ,, r
Ohio. It is supported

by funds from the New .. i.j
March of Dimes, which is

.now engaged in its January 'i4'' j.IOHi
campaign for contributions ,
to fight three major era:. ..
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pling diseases including v .

besides birth defects, arthritis '
and polio. On Hi:
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birth defects are the biggest .....
;unmet childhood medical problem
in the United States today. .
There are more than 600 different
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'' kinds of sulfifinatlons birth defects, or"congenital as Parents are taught to etv home care to children with birth defects LADIES MENS CHILDREN WEAR i

/'theyarecalled Wf 4Ioctors.'The" at 'M Columbus Oiildr.,,'. Hospital firth Dtfcds Study Canter, : ,
'range all the*+y'Iran harelip uppoi1d by New March of Dues funds. Hr doctor oxamlo f '.
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-nd clubfoot IP Vital retarda Jackie You, 3, born with hydroctphalits, commonly know os ,

.' tion.Some 25tfiii, American! "wotr on the brain," while parents get Inctrvction. .
p babies are bwtt..iih year with "
"1.one: or moN'-.mcant. birth .- 4r : Ladies ;
defecti;,.aaft jWt half of fefe :
:.. number;*** dbooaed to a lItIJk. -' '
Mtioiif-atoest DRESSBS ..
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:;J 'time of or crip -I :f $I
a infants H '
pling.About. M.WO ecb COATS
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year are Btlllborn because of .
these..ekt1 ,,or die' within x < SUITS Y
the ftMt month *t life. Medieal a 4 SHOES ,
cdeAMfJts yet'Jtu few clues '.
to tfee+causes of these disorder SKIRTS, BAGS, ETC.
that >e eurbiev Mrlfa: aDd
theiearejewknown methods .
of prevention. )' Lt -Men's-- ...

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The study eentN Colum--
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represents .the beginning
of.-the! New Maws .of Dime DRESS PANTS r yiv,1
attempt to solve":medical, HATS SHIRTS ETC.'ALL t
problem that hs heretofore It i i.d ,
been largely neglected 'by re .
search. It is a pcaMena that has J
lor .ctnturiM iwta .shrouded ... l kIreft s--.
in .tM..t. 8ft .pen ;.;,._, two .tn tf>+Irf. M. *nRO Canal k .si. +ct tin rS "
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',::r!Iitgn "'f1th a ... hat ihi link Defects Stwfy:CMar, Jvst e* n.q. f.rt1.J. ;
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of rtdHd pe medical prof essioorts.ents ..... .. Dims fends wII M wed !. sup tUs baby. Itwertf .' .' .. ,. -L ;HI' _: .. '.-.'J : .... : .
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w|IMB .firea hare' against cri f UB( polio. treatment, teaching dad studyat rliG/
fcliMited. by bewildering grief -the Columbus Birth Defect,
and b *rtbrefc foUowtor. !a 8wa CM Be Bdfe Study Center aDd others the MISS AMERICA SHOP & CARMICKAEL'S
birth of a inatfonned d 2. ". ,CedMn major birth defects) March of Dims hopes to eUbliih *-, ,
I 'Boll "- .-- 'tinier on the brain and support, it is be-' ..
... 'ef 1M aatf Bayed that '
neoN dram new knowfedf will'
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\ Broiler Business


.Attention, Tobacco Farmers!, CrowinglnArea ""-

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We now have in our warehouse _r
Hamrick,
Rudy County Agent
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1. Complete line of 'FUNGICIDES for tobacco plant One half million broilers were
sold from farms in this area during
\ bed diseases. 1959 and indications are that the

local broiler industry, still In 1U EVERYTHING MUST GO!!
2. INSTANT VIGORO (water soluble fertilizer) for Infancy, will continue to grow in ., ,
.tobacco beds and transplanting. : the future. Broker contracts in thii
i program have been made between
3. Soil fum' gants. i Larrie Cherry at Lee and several

producers counties.in Madison and neighboring ::: TWO DAYS ONLY

Local commercial broiler producers

SWIFT: & CO. =: :I in 1959 were R D Evans, Lee; Frank ,

.. Davis, Rt 3, Madison, ; Leslie )Ic- o". FRIDAY AND SATURDAY : (
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Call, Lee: Dewey Driggers, Lee; and f'
Willie Allen, Lee.
WAREHOUSE'co All of the Madison County producers

fed about the same numberof JANI 29 and 30 >
WARING WYCHE & SONS birds in 1959, averaging about I
30,000 broilers each. Four houses of S
:MADISON, FLORIDA broilers are marketed each year and I

l 10 the average brood requires about nine EVERYTHING :MARKED DOWN!! HUNDREDS OF OTHER SPECIALS!III.!! .LOOK FOR.
I weeks from baby chick to finished
broiler. OTHER SUPER SPECIALS IN THIS PAPER!!! ALL SALES CASH AND FINALIII

Candidates Panhandling TayIor-AIIen Marriage The ben single house in 195: QUANTITIES LIMITED!!!!
Voters can't .shake down
you
was a brood of 6500: which was ..
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:when you talk to 'em in an E-R I marketed in 9 weeks at an averageweight REVELL MODEL TOYS, ._
Ad. Mrs L Ellington. of Pinctla I of 3.78 pounds with a 2.15 S
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announces the marriage of her niece.j conversion rate (pounds of feed PLANES, BOATS, AUTOS

MOTHER DIES IN NASHVILLEMrs Miss Shirley Anne Allen to Daid'Taylor. required to produce a pound of ETC. .. .. .. . . .

r The Rev Lamar Wynn performed -' broUer) This house was raised by SOFT CUDDLY ANIMALS, ; .
Cynthia Carter, mother of the ceremony at the Baptist Frank Davis R D Evans showed
Mrs F M Salter, of Cherry Lake parsonage in Pinetta Fla, Sat the best profit per bird duringthe REG 1.98-6.95 .. . ..;. ': \ -
died Tuesday in a hospital in Nashville urday, January '23, 1960 last >ear.. About eight cents TOYS AND GAMES REG. 8&4: '. .:: J
Tenn., after' an extended ill- The couple had as their only attendants profit bird is the average net .
ness. Funeral services took place Mr and Mrs Paul Ellington -! at the per present time which necessitates "J.95' .. . .. .. ..... :; .

there Thursday. Mrs Salter left I' cousins of the bride. quantity for a worthwhile 29c: -39c-19c f ,m. ..

here two weeks ago to be with her I The bride chose for her wedding profit. It should also be mentionedthat BABY RUBBER PANTS .. < .
mother in her last illness and is a modish blue suit of wool and the houses are deaned out '-
expected home during tl'e weekend. silk, black accessories and carnation only once each year and the litteris 1.89-2.98 BOYS' DUNGAREESTWO

corsage.A spread on fields that need the. ONLY G-E FULL SIZE
VALENTINE for
suggestion reception followed Immediatelyafter fertilizer.All .
;ALL CANDIDATES -Express the ceremony in the home of of the local produced broilersare ELECTRIC BLANKETS, REG.

,your love and devotion for the I the bride's cousins Mr and Mrs processed in Jacksonville. 29.95 . . .. .. . .. .
Paul Ellington, where a four course Mr Cherry feels that this project -
TWO ONLY REMINGTON '
with E-R I
voters an ad.
dinner was served. Decorations in will increase in scope and
the rooms were arrangements of reports that four new houses, all ROLLECTRIC RAZORS, REG. \0

NOTICE TO CREDITORS white chrysanthemums. The three outside Madison County, are be- 34.60 .. . .. .. ... .
tiered wedding cake flanked with ing built now. The size of the
Florida StatutesIN candelabra centered the 'oride's broiler operation here is designedto 4 ONLY 7-JEWEL HAND

THE COURT OF THE COUNTY table and was served with punch. supplement the yearly farm WIND FOLDING TRAVEL

JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY, Mr and Mrs Taylor left later in Income and the production cycleIs CLOCK. 7.95 REG. .. ... ... I
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.In the evening on a wedding trip to so arranged that the housescan
re: Estate of Carlton E Croom, South Florida. They will reside in be left vacant during the LADIES' PEDAL PUSHERS,

Deceased Tampa. busiest season. SLIM JIMS, SLACKS SLACK

TO ALL CREDITORS AND 'PERSONS SETS, STRETCH PANTIES
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS I
AGAINST SAID ESTATE: CARDOFTHANKS, 11t1 j.yParty BLOUSES, JERSEYS, BABY

You and each of you ,are hereby DOLL PAJAMAS .. .. .. .. ..

notified and required to present We wish our deep appreciation ONE EACH 69.95 G-E R-l
to
express '
;Miss Nancy' Hasnilton, daughter
any claims and demands which: you, ,
or either of :you, may have against to all our friends, for I Df Dry and Mnt Marshall Hamil AND 59.95 G-E C-6 VACUUM
the beautiful floral offerings, ex .
the estate 'of Carlton' E' "'Croom, pression of sympath :"and all 'the..ton Celebrated .lIer' seventeenth CLEANERS .. .. .. .. . .' .1. r
deceased: ,late\of\ald County, birthday ''Mlti a 't\dance Monday .W"ELtCI'RIC
our'be
lost of -
at tne time ot( the ROOM HEATERS
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to the County'Judge of, "Madison eLf the ,
DtaiylMargaret night County aub. More 2
County, Florida athltott: : e in the .'loved wife' & sister' 'Mary'Jdargare1, than pnfiifndrtd\guSts! enjoyedthe REG. 5.95-29.95 .- . .. .. .. 3f
'*' sister ?
court house' 'tr 'lsaia's-County"'at wife and ; l .
occasion. ALL HARDWARE TOOLS, -- : 5
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Madison Florida, within eight Ponder. We pray God's richest
1 calendar months from the time of blessing on each of you. The Club house was beautifully PLASTIC WARE, GLASSWARE ..

the first publication of this notice. Sincerely, decorated with greenery and floral SPORTING GOODS, y
Each claim or demand shall be in N. B. PONDER, Husband. arrangements. Pink prevailed '
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writing, and shall state the placeof MRS. C. H, CLARK Ister. In the color motif on the refresh- 1t'. <
'residence and post office ad ment table centered with a tiered GENUINE REDWOOD PICNIC -
dress of the claimant, and shall ,be Mrs Nat Norfleet and young son, .
birthday cake flanked with can TABLES, WITH TWO J, .. I
to by the claimant, his agent Nat arrived Tuesday from Bethesda. !
sworn
and
delabra pink candles I
or his attorney, and any such I Md, where they have been spending holding I BENCHES, REG PRICED: .
claim not so filed shall be void. some time with Mr Norfleet at nosegays of Pink Perfection :':.95 FOR FIVE-FT., MN .
and camellias. Nora d. ouerres, sand: L 4' .
Center '
Health -
JULIA CROOM PROCTOR, as the Government ; \
THICK AND 29.95 FOR 6-FT \ : -
Executrix of the Last Will and will visit the Fred Mickler family wishes cookies and punch were I ; : ;'" .

Testament;, .of Carlton E Croom, de for two weeks. In the meantime served. 1H-IN THICK .. .. .. .. .. ,
ceased. Mrs Kirby Reichman 1 Is at Bethesda Music for dancing was furnishedby SUNBEAM AND HAMILTON .. 1 ,
First publication January 22 1960. spending two weeks with her son. HI FI and Juke. ,. .
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BEACH MIXERS SUNBEAM i}
Assisting Dr and Mrs Hamiltonand '*
.' I their daughter in cntcr&xUflg: AUTOMATIC COFFEE PERCOLATORS ; :,, I
: ( A : .... their guests were Mrs J D Kane)',1, TOASTMASTER .F 'F "
\ Miss Dorothy Landon Mrs T C ;1
'" :, i TOASTERS AND ESKIMO ;
;!S4 Merchant Jr Mrs R Williams Jr ,

......:............ !, 1"":,. ...-' ... and Mrs Wardlaw. Brinson I ICE CREAM FREEZERS . .II ., ". .
Miss Hamilton wore on this In-

Bus h ss. portuhityMasseyFerguson .torerting occasion a semiformalbouffant I
I dance frock of lavender
nylon. Her escort was Danny
Thomas. MADISON HOME CENTER .

ATTEND GOLDEN WEDDING

Inc. -
I Among those attending the Golden IN SETZER'S SHOPPING CENTER
Wedding anniversary of Mr and .
Mrs R A Goody; Sunday at their I --
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'VORLD-FA110US. -. home at Clyattvtlle, were Mr and!I V VALENTINE suggestion for << Kl <<
;/ MANUFACTURERS OF THE
Mrs Burton Coody of Pinetta and I ALL CANDIDATES!iresS I

j Mr and Mrs Jack Hammock and love and devotion for the l
your
family The W J Coody family Mr i 1| We Buy.Your PecansIN
voters with an E-R ad. '
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. FERGUSON SYSTEM TRACTORS and Mrs Clarence Phillips and children -I I
Mrs Arthur Bass and Mr and I
... Mrs Newton Collins and family of I i CLOTHING BURNED ANY QUANTITY
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Madison. I -
Leah Swift daughter of Mr and

ANDMASSEYHARRIS GRADUATES FROM MARQUETTEMiss ? brush Mrs Leon fire at Swift home backed Thursday into after a See Us For Red Bliss Seed Irish Potatoes

i Barbara Naughton, daughterof noon. Her coat and other clothing *w

e; ';., COMBINES Mr and Mrs F E Naughton caught fire but she received only TRYf SOME OF OUR GOOD GA.RED SWEET POTATOES
""w l1I'I from University a minor flesh bum.ATTEND ,
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I ":;-.. f. ; graduated Marquette ,**.*.'I:. I
at the mid-term graduation.Jrues. '
See us for. your: FEEDSGROCERIESFRUITVEGETABLES -,
j WEDDING .. .
HAS day. January 26 with the BS degree. < .
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Miss Naughton attended Barry '
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AND OTHER NEEDS
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Miss Pat,Dickey, of*.Jacksonville
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Mr Naughton left !last
Marquette and Wra J Nix"were married Friday LARD CANS SEEDS ,_ "'.
to attend the graduation
Saturday
i, "Fraftthise M Available I and to ocompany Miss Nfnghton in the Protestant chapel at the ,:

home. Jacksonville naval base. SEE US FOR WIMBERLVS NEW. CANE'SYRUP ._ '
The bride Is the daughter of Mr ,
tt
and Mrs Gordon Dickey of Quincy
FOR FlA. Mrs Kirby Retehmann left Sun- I
MADISON, formerly of Madison. Those attend-
day for Bethesda Md, for t
ing the wedding from here were MrsLeon
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Contact W. W.-Wiggins, District :Manager, P. 0. Box 1583, Nbrffect, at the Medical ,Center and Mrs AuJey Barker and .Mrs J I. URLES&SONS
there. Friends will be glad to learn Marie Park .
Ocala, Flavor Branch Manager Massey-Ferguson, Inc., t
\ that Nat continues to Improve.x ..
Chamblee Ga., for Dealer Details. PHQN& HU3-2395
II VALENTINE suggestion for
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Mrs Ed Scanlan returned Saturday CANDIDATES'-Express;
ALL
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devotion
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t 1 t ,, ,under treatment the past week
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HAPPENINGS IN MADISON \

: ASSOCIATION COUNTY TEACHERS CONSERVATION- :.". ,\ OYtt tu.JleAre ''' ,
i R.' MICKLER'SSTORE Jl ;
(by L C Bntoor. t.- PLA IT. i .
The organization is beautifully (Sod Conservation SerYlce) 1 ""7.'' -
carrying, out its .. :
purpose for the :
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j FOR MEN school term 1959-60. The meeting Conservation covers a lot of
Is called to order every third Monday ground. What is Soil Conservation Someone still has to pay for groceries A

Sale STARTS SATURDAY, JAN. 30 and Continues night in each month by the Soil Conservation is proper use and when your paycheck stops.., .
President. Prof E care of the land. .
R Scott It
to discuss means using
THROUGH FEBRUARY 15 All Sales Cash and Final 1t 1 iw ways of the land to ...and it's up to YOU! Gulf Life has many family
I improving the produce the
greatest
organization
protection plans with exclusive Adapt-A- ;lan features -
t Everything Half-price Up to 8.95 j to hear various groups .amounts of things most needed. to help you do the job. Ask your! Gulf Liferepresentative.
which J
have done research on per- and at the same. time protectingit .
OR BELOW! BERMUDA SHORTS 2.95
tinent matters and to hear out so It111 not lose its produc .,J

I 34.95 Summer Up to $5"00 Summer standing features help the mem- tiveness., 1- :::
bers themselves in carrying out The conservation measures used I .
SPORT COATS 14.95 I SPORT SHIRTS, 2 FOR 4050 .'
... the State motto, "Quality Teaching are being constantly improved to i GULF LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
\ -" meet different soil problems. Each Founded 1911 Home Office,Jackson. le, Florida
19.95 Summer Long Sleeve '
In November, 1939, the memberswere field or acre must be used for --- r
SPORT COATS 7.95 SPORT SHIRTS '.4 PRICE
it is WEBB ANNOUNCES FOR
well entertained by excerpts things best suited to produce, '
frorn the district meeting in Talla and protected according to its COMMISSIONERF I SEE CYPRESS
1 Heg. 3.95Ihakis Van Heusen
t hassee. These reports weregiven needs.
l & Blue Denims 1.49 DRESS SHIRTS 'h PRICE by Prof 0 B Bellamy, Pres JamesJ All measures that help keep the I GARDENS
T (Tebo) "Webb is this week
Gardener and Prof E R Scott. land productive are tools of con- ::
announcing his for
candidacy
Prof Bellamy Is District Presidentof servation. Terraces, rMK sli shs
contouring,
I P.RI ESI County Commissioner, Dist 5. 11.3.. IpZJIpl11p ..
II District ITJ. organic matter! grass; crop rota- '
I Some of the teachers at the Greenville tions fertilize. legumes shrubs, Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in
I Training school 'gave some trees, drainage if the land is too G-in bun 40c.WHITE Mrs J C Keller, of Tallahassee* -
lovely pantomimes of teachers, wet and irrigation if the land is Is visiting, her daughter, Mrs' Wray
activities during the school days too dry all of the above 'are conservation TOP DRIVE-IN Webb this week. .
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In Miniature
the part he portrayed. The Madison Soil Conservation I City
At the conclusion of the meetingthe District received 61 applications '
: HANSONWWS Ga.Mr I
i T W Bailey of Lake City host Prof F C Merritt, and his in 1959 covering 19,154 acres.! .h
I was visiting his grandmother, Mrs faculty served a repast which was Complete basic soil and water conservation M r---

Lula Odom, Sunday.Mr enjoyed by all present.In plans were written on
1 Mr S P Odom attended an In- Gene Littleton left last week December, the members turn- 30 farms covering 6,790 acres.
r surancc meeting at Albany Wednesday for Hollywood, where he has a ed their attentions toward the Thirteen farm plans were rewritten
of last week. position. coming of the Messiah. All of the making a total of 43 far-
Mr and Mrs Delbert Williamson Junior Odom spent, Monday and members of the association as- men assisted with farm planning
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and two children of Gainesville Tuesday with his brother-in-law sembled in the spacious aditorium covering 12334 acres.
spent the week end here with Mr and sister, Mr and Mrs W L Collins of Damascus Baptist Church and Here are some random samplesof

I and Mrs B F Davis. Jo at Hamburg. entertained the citizenry with the the questions that come up. On
Mrs Nannie Harrcll, Mr and Mrs I birth of the New Born King each, the farmer makes a decisionin
W L Collins, Jr Mr and Mrs Gene Sale at Wayne'sMrs through songs, quartets, solos and the light of his own wishes and I
I Newsome, and two children Rev I readings. the technician's findings: What
ABM, Howe and Larry Gun, were Charles Dotters has been in Teacher Mildred Boyton mathe- kind of cover crops are needed for, a
the Valdosta hospitalGiant
dinner guests of Mr and Mrs W 0 matics teacher or Madison County each field? Where should sod I a,
Raines Sunday. Training School served as Narrator. water ways be located? 0.* how
r Mr and Mrs Vernon Adams and Jumbo Hamburgers in The group was skillfully directedby established,? Which fields need terraces -,
family spent from Friday until 6-in bun 40c.WHITE Prof Clarence Day science or drainage? How many
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Tuesday with relatives at Augusta,j TOP DRIVE-IN ,teacher .of the Greenville Training head of livestock should be grazed i
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School Teachers Juanita Miller on each pasture Where should iI {y, M

l and Johnson served as pianists. ponds be located if I '-i
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SlJ.1 School was the redpient of the of the five supervisors, W L Gaston -f

\ first scholarship given by this organization chairman, E Mugge, W B I' y 4 ,
to the Suwannee River Coody, Blalock Rains or Carl W H HII
Junior College. The organizationplans Burnett; The Farmers Home Administration

J 'jR) COLLEGE: to make this an annual affair ASC Office, County
: for a worthy graduate from Agent or the Madison District
either Greenville Training school Office located in the basement of

or Madison County Training School. the U S post Office, Telephone
; 'F A NEGRO STUDENTS... Teacher Rebecca Savage McCrsy, HU-3 6393. Oo. ./ the. wrI Reporter -- : if tilt fcile_>nr bi shot. ,at ,the flodda State

J JI ...., _.....", ", ,,:, _........ ales Phyllis Howard Js transferring I! rat't: kk 1-1J la Taonia.: Ta. ,'lI, O' square roOt display t..
I '... from NFJC to FSU Tallahassee lodes 2.b figs tad took 54 mea 22 years to baDe Show
I. ', Sale at Wayne's. afett I Ia'aVtWa. She .f people! at left saowi'Itr. six*.. ",1
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OFFERING THE FOLLOWING

: TWO'YEAR' little money? For example, the Monterey 4-door costs only .$36* more than top models
: PROGRAMS
( :. of ]low-price cars. Where else can you get a car so beautifully clean and trim-and,

1. General Colkge Curses for that matter, so superbly built with every car road-tested, not just spot checked. ..

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REGISTRAR djffemc orcr the low-price car buys Mercury"* O1TMERCURY ,
I V .1' more beautiful styfinf.It hop quieter ride((23% < :
JENYETHEL a: N. MERRITT 4i moe.lordalionRe.ttstahl1ib'' (7*locftt.bcl
hue), ADd extra quality. See and try 24 men. If/ .
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.I ? DIAMONDS? ;:' h 1.I i. LEAVE TOWN WITH. SAM- BIRTkSTONE ".''fclNGS, 30% .

diamdnd'' solitaire .. f' p\ : !.
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: Sob : $2 .95 Fv SONITE LUGGAGE AT Sow. 'OIoTJ. fnciudin opals, pearts, ,

25 $65 diamond solitaire, 42.95 C ,-;
$135 15-diamond Princess Ring OFFUI!!! onyx, and births ones for every

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I $149.50' 15-diamond Princess
TO Ring $99.95. ....j t ,* .;, ": ,
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Ladies' and i 1.ren's FINKJEWE&Y
$99.95 12-diamond Princess :c ,;1\ I
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BEAUTIFUL ELGIN
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.,' ,, (they ,holdloose, ,pressed vi'$24.7b double heart Priendahip '. .?p > : q

cake powder) Ring (one genuine diamond) .
WATCH BANDS: for men. and
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.. '. .' ; value .. .... :... 3.45 : fadies. Y'ALL GET 'EM FOR I
COSTUME JEWELRY AT .
:', :; value .. .. . ... 9.9- '. ... : HALF'PRICE '
: ..15-95- NXi/fl HALF PRICE fct : : .

fiR Many items are on 'sale BE-

U / tjuIqI HASTEKTRANSISTOR BULOVA TR SIsrOR.J.1tEE, FREE, FREE.:;. ; ,
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; One-fifth carat ((20-pomt( )
RADIO RADIOS dlal1any. Gift Items at .Hal! Price

mond; .to. be given ,Way Jnp..gp l\I *' PATTERNS'CHINA ..
r e- Only 3 left To go at only-10: ..u ,- .

S., SO. Full cut fine color.'Register.-ARE'BEING' CLOSED:OUT AT
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AND LADIES> \VATCHESX9.95: model ..... .....
29.33pTayer.
:; OFF ALL NEW, TO CD AT :HALF 49.95 model .......... 39.95 89.95. Regularly sells WAYNE/W.EGER

REG. 'PRIC 79.95 model. ... .. .. ..64.50 for $129.95 elsewhere .
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We Have Mast Popular Sizes Of BICYCLESOne courteous Don't let competitors your friendly do all; ,

... only 18-in Girls bike, was 26.93 the advertising! Dial The E-R,
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NOW 19.88
TRACTOR TIRES ; .4' ": ;. 't' .;'" .. Four only 24-in Boys and Girls HU 3.6361, and say, "Gimmean

:" -ot DeLuxe NOW bikes 34.88One were.42.95, ad, 1IrsVilsQn.."
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Mrs T N Lynch of Leesburg
\ only boy's 26-in bike, was Z2J93
Williams Insurance Agency is happy to announce NQ\V 22.22 spent the weekend with her daughter -
Four only 15-in Tricycles were 17.S3 Mrs E E lladden Jr her
NOW 1L8S grandchildren and Mrs E E Madden !

24_WEEKS ; that Robert Andrews Is now a member of the firm. Madison, Home: ,'Center Sr at Madison, .
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TO PAY a, As soon as repairs are completed- the Agency will T-Y-ROTO LAMP

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move its office to the corner of Base and Horry. Streetsacross DISTRICT FIVEI

respectfully announce that .1: Madison Home Center
a am a candidate for the office of
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of Madison County subject to the

j ,r1. t1 .. ., I' Democratic primaries in May I960*
.' : I promise honest, conscientious. and 4. USED
.6. .. '' courteous service to the best of.my
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A ability to all It you elect me to :
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'l. I. .this, office. I earnestly} solicit. your
\J" .rote and support. ,

Candidates =; Panhandling 'Too late To Classify"FOR I' Sincerely F T* (TeM, :) Webb' 'f 'I;" .* .%' B.

GOOD/YEAR Voters can't shake you down ,- ;
,' when you talk to 'em in an E-R FOR BOARD
SALE CHEAP: One large coal v SCHOOL .r .
; Ad. wood <; ,. .
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or circulating heater and '
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't- TIlES AT LIW, MQNEY-SAVWG PMCES one small coal heater. MRS M L DISTRICT NO. 2
HOUSE-WARM'1NG PARTY WALKER, 115 W Dade St. HU ,MADISON COUNTY. FLORIDAI
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SUPERCUSHION8wines ; 3:6243. 22ltchTO have discharged my duties to usED .
.y'MYOH CUSTOM the best of my abilities? In,., .aq .- s .a.
Me.:and Mrs J. D. fQR 1RE2 COUPLE: *Up. "
oanAan rica aMestcars' (,- ? Benigzs"R stairs honest progressive and economical
who moved )Into" \' their t newlymodernized apartment./dinette and kitchenette way. Our children's interests andbetterment .
Tubeless Nowt E1tsjC- .a prlvatt'bath and shower,
and have always been
Siadewall Vatue completely: renovated uppermost
Tire Sale Priced ..q home on Macon street In Dade.MRS HU M L 34241 WALKER, lISV In my mind and efforts. I
6.70.15 $2L75 12 s&t. ';:" ; December were surprised with a -A. 22-lt-ctf hereby solicit your vote and sup.
7.1 x 1.5. 23.80 ti 115 ,. house-warming party Tuesday evening FOR RENT Furnished apartment, port In the May 1960 Democratic CARS
,._'1. .X 15 -.2595740K14 ... given by thirty or more of comfortable and attractive. See primaries for re-election as your
School Board Member from District
MRS LARRY
PINSON at Madi.
their neighbors and friends.
---" x 14' 23.80'21.75 .sa.:i" '$11958.00 || The self-invited guests were r-son meaner 22-2t-ch '. Two. Sincerely

: .8.50x14 ,25.95 laden with a' CO\'ere ,
.. consisting of curried chicken, -
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,, plus\ tax and recappablo tire"TurxipikeProved" suMlill' $14!.! home-made steamed rice cake salads and coffee.hot biscuits Their, Jan., ftpI'eIent.at1c1asses 25-Trading moderatelyactive cattle ,FOR REGISTRATION SUPERVISOR: four door $1995 ;
All-
; ,3-T, :-j. and calves generally steady. Slaugh
at to the surprised hosts
gift
WeatheR, one of the mo t check for .
$162'5. a piece of new I respectfully announce that I ama
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offer the u. IS and standard grades. Slaughter: .
able tire values we can
_c ; furniture. Alter supper the evenIng calves absent. candidate for the office of Super- '
Replacement classes
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f budget-minded raotonrtl! I of Registration of Madison
ifs ,, was spent informally. made up about 70% of receipts. tisor
uecLw.g' h,.,rN flat su W ...",. ..tW.W. .-( -... County subject to the Democratk 1957Studebaker.
/ ., primaries in May 1960. I prorais4 ,
Two Johnson electric floor BUSINESS CHANCES
af' .
Iciest, conscientious and courteousservice
; r $895
...., ..."".Iie... 1.. IA eH.ii: Pt&bers mi fixers Cave's FRM Feed Store has pure this off*to*. all I earnestly If you elect solicit me your to
chased the Buddy Smith Hardware four-door, V-8. radio: heater auto.matte
'HALF PRICE! tote and supportSincerely .
"-:- and will operate In both buildings transmission: ; _
...../iE. Were 39.93.. NOW 13.95: ,
Mr Smith
will operate his tru k.
W. B. (BAILEY) WYNN ;
Maistfl HMK Otter toy business at the Rogers Trailer 1958 cbevroktC
f. .. <8> NYLON home location In. .East. Madison. Sale at Wayne's

SAFETY ALL-WEATKI GRADUATES FROMUNIVERSITY $1095V8 r.C--..
BIRTHDAY PARTY AT JACK SPRADLEY DIES OF N C.

t PLAYHOUSEMike AT HOMEW radio beater powerglide, cleanChevrokt
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Kenneth Studstiil a student at
**:* $16 IJIllf Cuppett son of bur and J Jack) Spradley Sr died the University of North'Carolina, .. 1956

.. ...............,.. Mrs Owight Cuppett, observed his suddenly presumably of a heart at. ass graduated January 27th with -
: sixth. birthday with a party Jan. tack. Wednesday .morning at his Bachelor's Degree In Political
q.> r. Th% best NYLON tiro value 16, at the Playhouse Kindergarten. home ten miles south -or Greenville Science. lie will arrive home this $1095 '
on the market AU sixes are Mrs Cuppett was assisted by Mrs in Harmony section.
1. weekend for a visit with his 210, four-door clean
priced low! Frances Sanders In the entertaIn-

... .,.. ... ... ......... .. ment of the twenty-three small Horace Williams manager of the mother.entering Mrs Corene U S Studstill service before in 1955 Chevrolet2 <
4. 1 guects. Eagle Store here attended Market .
TWES
.L 'M0* PEOPLE W0ON GOODYEAR Week In New York last week. Mr February.
drum
:Mike' birthday cake was ,
.' .. THAN ON ANY OTrW KIND! shaped iced in white, & trimmed Williams reported enjoying the trip 'ton Truck clean $795 .
and said local iE ARE ,
sin'' yellow: and red. Ice cream for news that the HEADQUARTERS -

;.' t.U. ;'1,4 t. I. ',' .Y'ELL"'O'W'' PII'--E' "' : -' .. was served'with banks.cake.Mike Favors received were Eagle business Store yet' had the ben January FOR MAJOR APPLIANCES. 1954 Ford $35 'I'IGood

':+\.. h!. .'..' :;;'r .;,t ;t; story-book many nice slit .;: ;: ,.
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GOODYEAR TIRES .
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A VISITOR from America vra y xry
talking with a missionary to to:;
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-an Eastern country. "I 'read your y 11'.
letters. he said, "but it seems to d ,
me they are all success stories. "
:Now that I have visited you out .
here I know you have a great many :t

failure-stories. I know these have J: ;J.,_ .
caused a '
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great deal of disappointment .. ,
and -? Y
even tears. Why +
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fallure-storles ', ft A# @ j ,

into your leta .
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waa. ",\ e11. the 0-I'" .' .. ,. .. t ; P'r
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Americanchurches .
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don't ut15 '.
want weep onthefr 0'
shoulders.<< What they want Is.success ... I. S ,_ S ,

stories,soI give emwhat ,
they' want. "But It's only half the S -5- .,c.. ..\ ,
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Soma Acts, It Seems, Were Wasted .' wIT ;
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The whole Book of Acts is a kind .. .
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large scale. But Luke, good doctor .' .. ., ....... .
\ that he"..., knew that an honest .., .
case-book will Include the failures; I
the patients that died in spite of "' ,
everything. The book of Acts does t.. ", I
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not give a careful reader the impression t-
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in.the First Century. Some acts of "
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the apostles were fruitful of good.
Other acts,.it seems, were wasted, (J. .-., I II
ao.far as visible results went.There .
is nothing automatic ..;.. ;:1.,. f. :

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about preaching.The same sermon t. ""'_
will hare opposite effects on different .:. :". 011. .., .. \ .. -f .
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persons. This has always : .. .;* ... ;. -"" -..1I THE CH"l1aCti' FdR.AL_. ,; t .1:f .._ I fALL
been so. Take lavatory: *of Saint ....,. :-:- '
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Paul at Thessslonlcs Biraalto eIS_ "" ...... 55r :. S FOR ,, CHURCHThe ; : >d ',:, : I, rt
Athens lte-vl.llttd/-thOle.p1acel 1A> i ; .r ) Church is the greatest factor on earth for. V ,
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1-2-3 order Bewail the same Balnt% J .. The building of character and good citizenship. I. ; .' .
Paul-but what a difference in the nlt t .r
These hands have the world's master
|mlght painted greatest
responses he rot! Thesealonlc got It is a storehouse of spiritual I values. Without a ; _
Into an uproar; he had to make 'si piece These hands might have played faultlessly the most difficult strong Church neither democracy nor civilization ., If '. ''1

quick t-aray by night. Bere concerto., These hands might have mixed a compound. 'gnat would can sun vc. There are (oUr'sound reasons why ">> '" v .' !n. ..b
he Bible
was much better, got 'n.1
study classes going.Some imported : destroy disease., These hands might have been raised in "blessing every pencil should. ttmd:service* regularly and .
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JuxxHums from ThaoBlce broke .J '"' _.n,;' support the Church They are: (I) For his '' !
the but .itwa.1 4 t -over a trusting inankfnd. .
up meetings : % >own Hie.'(2! For hit children *sake. (3) For ....t' .

Baraa'a fault.And then we find him .. Instead they\. are ,chained. Somewhere, somehow, they /all d. the sale of,his.community and.nation., (4) For .9 1J

la the Athens foddeee ancient hriMom.: city named Bat'wfc for. : Perhaps! they reach&a .over a .b.u nJer and stealthily, snatched a the sate of the Church itself.,which needshis ,.. ) : .. .

Paul offers them the haTeJf;Wf je wen.. Perhaps, they searched a,.safe and took What other.ds. portal, and material support, Plan,. to go to > }'

dom they drf not recofnice: had lvorked held at church regularly and read your Bible daily. : :'o
,_. 'for. PerMps they the gun t swiped. ut a life. '1 ',; 1 ".. 18t

ft H ..(. r ."' i Somewhere they; went.wrong. Somewhere they.failed. Day' Book Cba ter'. Verses tIt' .. '1.t ;sBundar

not Some really people want think every that erne God to does besmred. .". ; Hands ,do not act by themselves* Personalties! ,control them'personalities ) Psalms fa 70-72 I !' ,11

So he never trice hard to fet. ;' : : swayed 'by, imp Mesa ana convictions, good and' bad. 1 Monday Proverb 10; 4 :.f\: ,.-:i rte
through to the people e baa ao to* : Psalms 7 4-6
tentloa of saving.ThecaH"e
is such that It come* to some la aloud : sand lives. Here goo3 impuses7rig1it! convictions reborn and hur- Thursday Ephesians 4 28 r '" t Sin '
other in ,
sound to '
compelling : '
a whisper they cannot hear.at all I tured. Here, in God's House, hands learn to move' right'to' find Friday Isaiah 68 10.11 0 t: { w

Very few people really..*,.,.., liCe1s'woik unchained f JL ** .'"a1id'triump"'tii t. ..".:-' f' '.,r. : Saturday Psalms 23 1-6 '. p ',..

Most Christians belief that God M
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sent his son into the world to cave, II!" W'... r- tr-!
the world that God desires an men ,.... ,. f r: ,: ?, f ibl
to be caved. They dare not lay the / ; -Pt

blame for failures on,G aid by many that wherever.*,..n..: r. ,c.I7ri g& 'JU, fIIcm Al SMcYSnaIg v. Ce A
are of the Oospe'me.hMttG 1 N L:4:
be chalked UP. the fault Is 'not _
God's c but the messenger's.The witness S
was not given in an attracUve 4 -55 .l

way, the minister did not speak ;' 4 % m. .. .
with conviction sins in the Hvep. ': ? I ,:: lR1: : '1--0/- .:h"; 't.I' "'" : 'ir '\ n.J. ".I

of Christians erect a barrier"tSatno 111111 .. -5 1,

"good words for Jesus" can get These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week Sponsored by the Following Individuals andY ... ,. .J
There is much truth la this,
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can remember preachers we heard ;
In years gone by, preachers we' .. .- . . li; '. 1
thought ridiculous (and maybe

they now were we thank). If we God are that Christians finally 111111 MADISON DRUG STORE REGISTER'S AUTO SERVICE WESTERN AUTO STORE 'j !

God's message came to us by amore Phone"HU 3-6450. "Madison, FU. DUNN FURNITURE CO. ;
credible messenger than The Recall Store J. J. Sale. Jr. Owner 'r

some of those. F Phone HU 3-230Q Madison' Fix Phone HU 3-233S., Madison. FJa.AfADISON., FLA. f

*...Pteils Ksvtr Opt. TWr MftH. I I1I 5. 'e i : Phone HUMESSEIRf 3-2340 .

But after all the heart of the "I 1.,. .# '
reason why some respond to God till -S I .. S ;:: ;;.: '., I, .....
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and some don't is in the hearts of s .. .."ar vr '<< I
Consider the difference 0 r
those who hear. lt':
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in these notes In Acts be ::1llI *: yv JSa ;_: :MORBOW. INSURANCE : of a QUALITY CLEANERS .

tween the believers and those that '" 'BATrERY ? "' J.va; DAVIS.. Ian .
'TIRE COX *
never believed. There were at least & f AGENCY '
.' .. ; a ,\ Men your clothes are not
three points of difference. L Some : /MAD'ISO. : Madison! Florida 3laduon.,' Florida; :.. : -.beff,, :
were serious, others laughed it off I tifil FLORIDA .' '.! ." eomIn to you they should becoming
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-F to us .- Phone HU 23551V
.Is like a registered letter marked ,. ': ..7- J.
"Deliver to addressee only* The .
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knows the letter is for him--but BRIAN.ELECTIUCCO.: : 5 '
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then he tosses it Into the wastebasket : t !' "' ... .

without opening ILHeh \\ SERVICE! 't .
afraid he will have to aaswer'It. ".

t Some of Paul's hearers tees in MADISON'. ',rUOI DA- ,_ ; J.. .. 4, :
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Athens) were' quite Villlng. to taHc > .-Phone WU %'A.t.- .. ; f' ..
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about religion it's quite a conver t r t r ,y..,/ Madison 'h
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sation-piece. But, when It came to Wt' ,
doing something, making a decis
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are not close : .
going to alt very 'I N O 1
when God's I'I .;; ,;: h .- ,
conversation gets per- _________ '_:
tonal 3. Some were humble; others L--- = 0.

too proud to listen. lent'that the ,
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FLORIDA
FRIDAY._ JANUARY. 29. 1AAf1
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ing the Democratic nominees. forage crops. There are a few IN MEMORY OF MRS

SR.tHr Smathers does not seem very small manufacturing plants 'in CARVE DEWEY. McHARGUE 1-;

ne i tD(8" much to want the delegates, tile county, and mineral deposits -
and while possession of tnem include marl In the passing of Mrs Cary Dewey
I "' T. ? W.M i MM IBM* cuna a* MH AM** pebbles, ,
MADISON. FLORIDA might give him some prestige, phosphate deposits, and mineral McHargue.Iadison County has
test one of Its'cry finest citizens.
Telephone HU 3-6361. 111 S. S SHELBY Advance ST. at the same time it might kick water The county was named::;All who had the privilege of knowI ,:'
in
Published Weekly. Subscription $3.75 Per Year back into some very bad headaches for Hernando DeSoto 'I li
Renewals $4.00 Per: Year the log Mrs McIIargue have reason to .,a
Delayed too. We think the better Spanish explorer, and Arcadia be very proud of such an inspiring

Advertising Rates Made Known on Application plan would be for the conven was named for'Arcadia, Greece, experience. Her life was based on

tion delegate hopefuls to the the sound foundation of Christian
Emend at the Madison Post.Office a* jecond-dasi matter kJun come traditional home of pastoral

15. 1908 under Act' of March S. 1879. out and say whom they favor poetry; hence, a region of character. Loyalty honesty uPrightness
i I for the two top spots and what ideal rustic simplicity and con and faithfulness( were the
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT JR. earmarks of her attitude and theguides I
kind of platform like Next
a they tentment. week,_ Dixie
AND ASSOCIATES I to her behavior. In the
exemplification
and let the people decide the County. -- -
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of all these esteemed
: MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 I best they can accordingly. virtues she has made a thrilling

t.." NEW ENTERPRISE; ESTABLISHED 1901 Governor Collins, who had been BOOKMOBILE SCHEDULE IN I contribution.Mrs I

-' CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 stringing along with the MADISON COUNTY Mellargue's life has also,

." T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and Publisher Smathers favorite son idea, registered mightily in other respects.I PARRIS ISLAND, S C (FHTNC)
(2 Bookmobiles) There are whose inward -Graduated
many dis. from recruit training
T. C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor came, out against it the other Bookmobile No. 1 position is to be kind to their fellow December 21,,. and meritoriously

MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor tIRS. day, and whatever his reasons,I THURSDAY (1st & 3rd) human beings, but who have promoted to his present rank for
;" W. E. WILSON, .Advertising Manager. some will say that deep downin 10:15 HUSO, -Cherry Lake School not been fortunate enough to mas-! his outstanding performance of.
Governor Collins' heart thereis 11:35 12oo-Bnm-ning Station ter the art of passing on this duty at the Marine Corps Recruit
12:30
12:45-Lovett Depot. parris Island, S C was
distance behind them. We may a thought that possibly the. 1:15 3:15-Greenville SchooL warmth to other people. Carye was Marine Pfc John K Marrell of
Week of Ice learn more about Venus.in the ,lightning might strike him.! 3:20 3:45-Greenville Post Office. blessed far above the common lot Madison Fla.
THURSDAY (lit & 3rd of people not only in having affection Before in
) enlisting September
that is And well it might too for
:Monday morning, Jan. 25th, days ahead since the I' ,
Bookmobile No. 2 in her heart but in being 1859. he attended Madison High
week of of all the planets to us Florida cannot be taken for
and we have had a closest ( 10:00 10:15-Hanson able to translate this love into School.
ice. Right after we wrote in and men are getting ready now granted any longer and its 110:30 1255-Pinetta School words and acts which revealed her -
11:00 1:45-Pinetta Post Office. Are you peddling insurance,
this column last Monday morning to explore outer space in per- votes in the electoral collegeten tender care for others.
THURSDAY (2nd & 4th)
about what warm and son. We will let them tell us ( now and certain to be thir- Bookmobile No. 2 Mrs McIIargue was not a believer tranquilizers, shoes, or automobiles

wonderful weather we had been about it'though; we have no teen or fourteen next time) are 11:20 11:45-51. Regis Nursery In long-faced religion She ? Keep the public informed ..
12:00 3OG-x.ee School breathed daily, and always a of your valuable ser
not to be sneezed
wentto idea of ourselves. In at
the temperature going
having, 3:05 '- 3:30-Lee Post Office. spirit of optimism. To meet her vices with an inexpensive
dropping. Tuesday morning fact, considering the many FRIDAY (2nd &: 4th) was automatically to feel the vibrancy weekly ad in The E-R, saying
showed a low of 34, Wednesday terrible'airplane tragedies of re- Miming[ Out Time Bookmobile No. 1 of her personality. Some- 'nice things about local folks
10:00 10:15-HopewelL where down deep in
34, Thursday 27, Friday cent weeks (some of them sus- 10:30 10:45 the sourcesof since 1865.
-Moseley Hall.
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her life
26, Saturday, Sunday 24, and pected intentional), the writer, Senator Johnson of Quincyis 11:00 ll:15-Sirmans. of joy and were the eternal springs
happiness. These fountains
first who has flown the Atlantic the only one of the potential 12:00 1:15-Madison Library.
this morning 27. The sentence were fed, we believe so'firm of God's true noble-women.. I shall
of .this paragraph says a: four tunes ,and the Alps twice, major candidates for Governorwell Monday Madison 1Jesday.Vednesday.County Library open Fri ly. by the Lord of Heaven and of never forget the ministering handof

week. of ice, and that; is cor!!has become somewhat leery of ( some may say that wehoUld day and Saturday 1 to 5-CLOSED earth and sky. he; kindness, along with thoseof

rect. While our thermometer ,on I any more air travel not have inserted the Thursday. Carye could have devoted! .her life her grand family, all throughthe
II word "major") who has not to music and I have no'' doubt years that they were my closest
showed 34, or two *
two days
qoie into the contest as of this I that her name would have,,' Inevi- neighbors.. Truly, her passing Is
Degrees above freezing, still Azalea Festival tablybeen written hfghV:'foo-she an inestimable loss.
and More
More '
Money morning. He got the
up on
some other parts of the county I j had a natural .sense of 'rhythm 1 find In a sense there was something I
where it was colder, had \ pring board, out to,w the edge I harmony which 1 have Mvtr seen sublime in her home-going. Just as
ice. The great winter vegetablecrop i! Harassment or it, but then decided to, make The Palatka' Jr Chamber of Commerce surpassed ,she could have ntered the old year, burdened with trials

badly I here another trip to South Floridabta.tdre announces the 14th Annual her life on. nature study,&.acevedfamej. and errors filed' away and joyous I
South Florida Vandiver
of Governor
was over
diving in. All the iithh Azalea Festival will be held February .for she had a> reverent Christmas and the New Year drew
damaged by the freezes iirot .in Georgia has thought Up the announced candidates baring 25-28 196q..The Azalea Fes- feeding" for leaf and.. ctoutf, *"nnd near, she was called to that blessed
mostly lost, and citrus was idea of putting an income withholding are that it sponsored annually by the blade JSf grass along 9th'Mf"of. : kingdom which knows no end. Her II
damaged somewhat, thoughrot j tax on' the people, a big time of it, though we. Palatka JayCees and is held in God's great outofdoorsThere-J is Christmas greetings were ready

thought extensively. Here 1 similar to that the federal look for one or two, maybe the beautiful Ravine Gardens at no doubt 'that she "tt'if"ha"el': : for mailing. Her1 last gesture, therefore
1 more, to fall to come up with Palatka, 'Florida. ne' Ravine Cardens ranked..amonjf the fi a c s(I..:QS.ipj-o.l;, was one of love and tender- I
there was thought to be little I government put *on all of us the $1125 when the time comes were built in 1932, and have fession 'educator. .... *.> ness. Surely. it was fitting that I
or no damage. The, cold was i some years ago. The tax, if it been recognized as one of Ameri But 'she chose the Qiu'cf \valkiSofendeavor such .
Vill a bright spirit such dauntless
c to and those who do a
pot thought severe enough to ia established, will bring in put, u., most beautiful 'arid naturalistic he J,poured-oul jhc" richness friend of humanity should be; I
two4 within *
down
be thinned to
hurt the tobacco seed :beds, "and 4 more money for the state of Gardens* 6fh r'-1ife-tw wlf, 'mother, summoned at :a time when all of
a little more than three months, neighbor; comforter; iiritJ helper "of .
indeed may have been bene-, Georgia and add Harassment creation was literally vibrating
ficial May 3rd, to be exact. Radiator RepairingMcWMJAMSGARAGt humanity: each of these stations i with the impulses of love and im-
in slowing the growth, I and expense to Georgian trying .
she has shown of
a spirit great .mortality. Enduring and blessed
which about to run to make a living out vof their
was away
I i ness and humility that stamps :her I be her memory..
with itself during the warm I businesses. It will also penal Candidate Connections life for all time to come as one Edwin B Browning.

days we were having before the ize Floridians working in -

freezes Georgia-and there are quite a Madison county has no candidate -

number of such, as, for..' instance : for state office in thee

"I people from this county' election this year, although it

In Nick of Time working at the big mill atClyattvi I' does have connections with IN A CLASS

them. James Blanton for':Rail
The Madison Garden Club! le. We feel that we .
had advanced its J Camellia here in Florida are taxed road Commissioner and Buster: -
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Show a week on account, of the I enough and too much, but at Hancock for Commissioner of

accelerated bloom condition' resulting I least we haven't run up against Agriculture were born hereGene ,
ataa+
qf state .income or withholding Fisher for Secretary of
) from the warm days,
I Slate went to school here and .
tax. Or, maybe, not enough
and*'it} was very good that they,
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R ",,did:,so, for-the, freezes ruined I' of' pur legislato.rs! .have. thought ,Tom, Adams for. Secretary of.w .
f 'h r t N I' about that yetMust State formerly worked here,
the camellia bloom. As;'it was,I
arid Farris Bryant for Governor '
a very good show was!held in with the excitingSMITHCORONA
typing
'I married a Madison county professional
just the nick of time. before' Prove Better Job r.. .
I I girl There might be one or two
the :remaining blooms were
The Democrats had a big more, and if so, we will mention -
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killed .
.__ __.. ': pow-wow Washington Saturday them later. I
f&.>'* :. night at a hundred dollarsa r --ELECTRIC PORTABLE .

A Beautiful Triable j plate, and most of the big.i Largest State-Owned

i wigs'and, presidential hopefulswere
Well, we had a great show
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there. There were some I Livestock Market .
morning j
this just before day,
grains of truth, and a lot of !
and it was free, there to be bunk, in- what( was said.We do DeSoto county, in South

enjoyed by the poorest in the hot think too much of Mr. Florida, has an area just a IJ

land to as great extent as by; Nixon, certain to be the Repub- little less than that of Madison

the richest. For some time the lican nominee, but it is our'county and a population, about k; .

planets Venus and Jupiter,'' guess that lie is going to be ;+ two thirds as great. The original -

though millions of miles apart hard to beat: Without condon-' 'DeSoto county was one of 'I

'(Venus's average distance li>S whatever wrong the Republicans -i'| the largest in the state but in

from the sun is C7 million'' have done to us, it 1 1021 it was divided into five A q T ,

miles and Jupiter's is 483 mil' remains true that the country: counties: the new DeSoto, Har- S Y Vx

lion), have appeared to us quite is, on the whole, on a high dee Charlotte, Highlands and. I c H o Ii

close to each other in the south. plane of prosperity, inflated ]i Glades. Citrus, cattle, agriculture -,| .,

eastern sky (last Friday they j though it be, and at least we and the tourist industry':

appeared the closest), and now I we not in hot war And the I provide the main sources of I d I

this; morning our moon entered I Democrats are going to have to I income. The county is a large:

the and had for I Il producer of high-grade beef': 1
picture we one prove that ,they will do a better! I cI

brief period a beautiful triangle I 1 l job before a good many non.t t cattle and also produces many,' :

composed, of the waning moon t,partisan voters 'over the coun-I dairy cattle and hogs and much I

and the two bright planets. It try decide to make a change. i iI poultry The largest state-owned .___ : S
might be fancied that the moon I livestock. market is located at .

(considered feminine) 'was, Let Decide Arcadia, the county seat, and; 1 I 1, ,

somewhat jealous of giant Ju-i i I I People an all-Florida rodeo for cow-i! Just touch the keys and you get perfect letters electrically. .

piter's attentions to Jo\.eIYI In our own state we are haviit -1 boys is held July 4th. The cU.i i Many, features of the electric o $ce .typewriter, yet still i,

Venus and dropped 'in to see a hullabaloo over whether j I rus industry leads in agricultural compact and easy to carry in its handsome Holiday carrying case j jI
about it, but of course that is. we are going to stick our Demo-j. production, and other. k'

just fantasy, as the moon is cratic convention delegates into i important crops include cucumbers -

millions of miles away from o, Senator Smathers vest pocket I beans, watermelons, '

either of them, and tomorrow,'I i or whether we are going to :squash, tomatoes, peppers,_egg 4" 7 :* THE E-R .:

morning; .even it will 'appear to make ourselves believe. that we plants, corn, Irish potatoes, ". ', ..
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boys have been chosen to presenta .. L"II ATTENTION -

series; of demonstrations at the STOP BY KELLY'S
Florida State Fair) at Tampa according \ Attention!! NEW HOMES -
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'to Janfes C Miller Negro .... FOR MENS & LADIES .
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The boys' demonstration, : scheduled r ,. I FARMERS x Watclies $19.95-$26.95 t V/ 'WOULD YOU BUILD A NEW."'HOME ON
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for February 6, will feature a.-a lbt3i..I &ec i nf 4 sir .'; BUSINESSMENAli.Cuverage I ', .' YOUR LOT OR ACRE?
Demonstration. How ,to Estimate UIti"" p
I NO MONEY DOWN CHECK THESE!
Corn yields Youtbi whom JanaefCMiller1 Nils'P&O. .. r:6 has selected for the .'educational -.coc -- T0 Available" for everyone.. .,. SILLS, NOT 3... : ,$ ,

activity include; Marion ( .CiOokW. pork hM Its ,. No. 1 FLOORING.'NOT.' No... 2 ?. > .. tf ..
Franklin, Ulysees ,(Glee"and Marion .....L) UcxMM4c: Is Ifef 4i. Area: 1-79 .. No. 1 SIDING NOT No. 2
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These demonstration be ... ; ill tW ',oman' O .
M ? .c +jrrees : Society of' :
Liven from special platforpi inthc*: i I .UII M4 3tas.aitli.aais ......" 'larry"Pi r.. Christian Service: will I meet at 4 '. CREOSOrE'LL SILLS and FLOOR JOISTS
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Negro Educational 'Bull dine. Madison .?... ...ii..a. .o4Ltoooired Jc.o- "...... Representing p m Monday, Feb lit W Fellowship 'l. AME PRICE AS OTHERS THAT USE No. 2 MATERIALAND

County youth will' share the .........:.... T cMttk spit. Hall Th Hadden-Mo'tow circle '. TJlREE-SILLs '
spotlight with dozen other county .Us. a laicfMCoytc worm I ot.4 COLpNIAL LIFE A ACCIDENTs .*'
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a ....... is .... ReM ., ..... I .'<"J ',, rill! present the profram.. ".4'Write ....., .. .. ..
groups: during the fair which run of ...relics. cb. t i r ,. 'u. '
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easy s r tOM arc / 1; >> '.'- .1. '"
Fcburary 213. ttre dryers of ....ac, sadre1aooir.d CANDIDATES When t .Best ,'-.
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your friendly Jf1 r.1 Sparks j
Annual achievement day for! es .... O(..... pork. "Representing opponent make untrue statements t. J"IJWUQi :
K _.cta arcs M a.r .*
Negro youth organizations February >> -" Nortlmettenr Mutual Life about your put activities, straightenout I MADISON FLORIDA .
5 will be the htKhligfet of the Imptoma appear .tx or. the record with an E-R ad. II r .4r>........ t ,. ,_ ;1.. .'.,..,.III'f'':" .
fair for these boys and girla. Mr arrc days a H r sting: the in U they tel the truth on you there ,- '
f.rt 4 asst Tkey cliMU paw I -'S IM
Carl Broreln, Florida State Fair I ... ,o.itiag; 4iuiatM 1154 1x4 much we can dp. ,
and Gasparilla Asm president, will I d...rWa foHo ed shorlly by HOSPITAL} NEWS .'."... '
saMcle pains and .....lIiar. The ,,:\ }'." "< &
awards New f: ,
various to
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present into the human ,
tiny worms get I T FORDSECONOMY: .u lit >!' .f..," ,
Farmers of America. New Home' body and blood stream and star ; '
.Adnbbfoeas Mrs Lucille Base 1 1 \9 .... ....
muscles 14
makers of America and 4-H Club borrow into the to.1 :\ : "' {:
await drelopme The tictim 4. Sett .IttQna Coffee Mrs Mtttie, ,. f\ 'j
members. complaint of sore muscles,. stiffness WhJ ham, Fred Martin F M Salter ... .
Negro 4-H Club work in Madison and ..,cllinl' Later stages Henry Thomas J P King Mrs :. 0t .;.1 '
is cooperative mar produce an undernourished Susie Hitchcock '. : ,
County a program and anemic condition. j Carol OhJ. Edgar _, t
of the Federal Government, The common means of pass lUcans. Deborah Brothers. Mrs J.,'
TWINS
the County Commission and the Ing on this disease is the feeding Anzie Gibson. Mrs Loney Latner, :? tLW
C-f swine with raw garbage Mrs Annie B Gossman Mrs Fannie .: .
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Florida Agricultural Extension contains the ro.o .,Jot.,
which often causative
Ram J J Driver Mrs 'Ann Tudor is r 't, : "
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Service. trkhinella. The trichinosis '.'1'1 r + ruue tAArtft r .. a.:. \ ti
'rate in swine that eat uncooked John Wayne Burnett, Mrs Inez tmwse i.1>. f; .)
garbage has been demonstrated Smith. R '?;ItI .. '.
CANDIDATES Rent an adding to be ten times as great u in Discharges: Mrs Sue Hunter an< '; .,;It ( ? -ff"1>"'" 1
machine to total promises"ofsup- hogs provided with cooked Rirluge. + ?baby, Mrs Ola Mercer. Mrs Minnie RUN ON 'I"- .
To prevent trichinosis in ;
port from the deer pecpuL THE E-R.
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Jmman. all pork should bethoroughly Moore. Robin Peavy, Mrs Judy tt < >
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Edwards and ... a fay$saet ; >
cooked before being baby Charles T1bi .lf '
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Sale at Wayne's eaten. i bats Mrs Lucille Bass and baby' :
Edgar Ragas Fred Martin. J J PE''U'SY' cot < ": }

Driver. Mrs Mattie WWgham, roat wo? .
Don't JIM TONEY HOMES 1095 I Deborah Brothers. Mn Annie Goss- i.: r ,
I Settle for Less See our Model Home ? man Mrs Regina Coffee and baby N .i..r'.w tar Too ; ,
Than a Jim Toney Waldo, Fla. 12 Miles and BABY EDWARDSMr _uws rr ssiowt 4l ,
We Finance for South of Statk on and stn C E Edwards ofIadison.
10 Years. U. S. Route 301 up > : Fbu, announce the birthof r .
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a baby girl January 19. She 't
;1 No Money Down uHfihod 6 IDS. and 12'.;' om
BABY BASS
No Charge For Travel Mr and Mrs Henry Bass of Route

1, rinetta Fla, announce the birth
Anywhere in Fla. of e baby boy. Jan 19. lie weighedS V'S
lbs and 61 VI azg. '
Op,, 1 I Some Low Price BABY COFFEE

Born Jo Mr and Mrs Ray Coffee
We use 2x3 for We will furnish material'% on Jan. 20 1960, a baby girl weigh
floor framing not for you to build. l ling 7 lbs. and 5'.' ozs.'
2 x 6's. We use 2 x 6.s We do repair work and BABY GIBSON S ,
for ceiling framing finish houses that have Born to Mrs Anzie Gibson of .
not 2 x 4's *been started. Madison, on Jan. 2S. a baby girL ,unI.! n..raw.wOnre : 1wsw
She weighed 7 ros and.14 on. ,.....r.aR. r ,,' .
For a< Jim Daady Se Jim Toney BABY BARRS
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Mr and Mrs Frank Barn of a
Block or Frame ". 7 I Madison Fla announce the birth of How'd you Get your savings Xtv siy or lit FAIRLANE 500. It's far more Ford, costs up to ,
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a baby boy. Jan. %3. He weighed ras.Mrlrca IJ.42/n1 than last year. .
MODEL HOME AND OFFICE;:AT, ALDO, 12 MILES ,9 Ibs. and 6 ozs.COLORED. Want shfsncr savings?. The Falcon's first At oo extra COlt you get many luxury-car ", \ .
SOUTH OF STARKE ON U. S.: ROUTE 30L CALL WRITEOR I PATIENTS sating is its low price, up to $124 Ua than other features Eke nor SId arm rests, two sun vuorsjextra ,
COME SEE TONEY BEFO M.Jq BUY ANY HOME. Admitted Matte> Homes. Ulysee : 6-paaenger compact can,* but that's not all. ash tray, and color-keyed steering wheel:
YOUR BUSINESS APP 1tfiPfV'j OYJ: CREDIT IS Solomon German Mobley, TlllmanPinsett ,'- You getup to 30 miles per gallon on regular gas. There's real! built-for-people comfort inside Up
GOOD AT JIM TONEYS. Gladys Joseph 'Emily Lou .. 11 Save up to 15% oa insurance, save on trm, to four i inches more shoulder room, plcnrymorelejc |

OPEN FROM 8.-00,ASM W''TIl;, 8:00 P. M. Moore. Oscar Mobley. "., ;paraoniibiag.Yes,all this la a.car that carries' six big people Right room now, hat, we room.Ford Dealers are holdui!\t*vliit-; I
Discharged Retha Lewis Ulysce r
and aH their hours for Twins. Coroc and
CALL 5.OL'LEGT. Richard luggage.Jar lag our Economy m
Solomon Uzzfe Dixon sating in the big economy size try our sec bow much our Economy Twins can. save voul.. ;
I BRUCE EDWARDS JLMrIDHEY.cHOMES Land and TLllman Pin l'MarrafetPonder .a.s4 M...,._el.M.J t.iwd rpdd,....,tf ftw4 pith *: \ .
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P. 0. Box 1273 ..P. 9. -'X 3&1. oC Lee.n4 Jan 19. WE FORD DEALERS !INVITE YOU TO TWIN-TEST OUR ECONOMY TWINS *,;f r.o..r. < ,
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Trenton, Fla. I&.W9t) Alex Washington, Jan.. 2S. I960. -

Phone HO 3-2179 Tr.rIMtte.HO-82781 t -Don't let your friendly, .HARDEE MOTOR CO} :" .

courteous competitors do. all f \
If you are Rich if you are'tpoor, the advertising: Dial The'E "

I Spend ) ..W"I tt HIT 3-6361, and say "Gimmean '. CifBer Base & Hancock Streets, .Madison, Fla.

\ gds Mrs WHsoxL" : :! -Sec "FORD STARTOfE in living color-'Iueidiys on NBCTVr .


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.i Ik E-R Prints For Re-election I Howerton Supply Co.

'. Madison High School basketball ..
team made It ten victories In a: !
County Commissioner Coleman BUSINESSMEN }
Everything row last Friday night when they service that
Richardson of the 5th District stated
,overcame Greenville 74 to 44. Donny If you want customers every r
last Saturday that he way expecting insures the
Floyd led the
point winners with
week in your store, tell 'em
to. run for reelection and 21 for
,J planned to make formal announcement : Greenville Madison.won the JlrIspme!r about it in an E-R ad every)I best reception
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:. Legion is staging a membership BURKE EXTERMINATING CO. ;. ,
drive with VIe -Commander .
John Merritt In charge. Drop by % DOWN PAYMENT BANK FINANCING.
,White Top Drive-In, and sign up JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist 'ffi!
,. today. 22-3t-pd. "THE MUSIC I BOX
111 East Green:St; '
Candidates-Strew your name .
Phone 293JPERRY. ,
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1 FLORIDAWe N ALL WORK FULLY.GUARANTEED
I campaign cards, posters* cir .,
\ eieptbailcketsaridI. <<: culars. BJl sure to say something exterminate: Roaches Ants Termites Fleas and "

Money! nic$P about yourself, even Ticks, Mice and Rats, Lawn and Shrubbery. ; Pests, etc. "I
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died In a Gainesville,-FIa} ."hospital. your
ROCKER Youcan,get it with, Thursday afternoon After**. lengthy
illness, -He"was born In Jefferson E-R Jfrom Newsboys. .
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"- '" In Greenville where he'"atjended Please DO NOT park in the
1 j ,, credit afD w'.s' school, and was a member .of the street and make your newsboy run
.. .... Methodist church. He was an employee oUt Into the street to make a sale.KIn'dly .
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t ( .. Survivors are" his* parents!* ,}fr .Our newsboys have instructionsto
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'. xtir '' h : Yr l." G' aunts,, uncles and cousins. oJ. THEIR SAFETY Thank you very
CH24515 128 N. 'Patterson *
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: Services were held at 3 p. m.; .Sunday : "
: '.. In the Greenville ..Methodistchurch
: .1 : the pastor, the RevWayne
Stutzman officiating. Mrs Peter THINKING
NOT Stem, organist and .the ,church
., choir rendered music Interment was .1
4 _ _s ABOUT MOREINSURANCE
Iin Evergreen cemetery with the T
:: J Beggs Jr Funeral Home In'charge.
: ONE I Active pallbearers included.Messrs ?
> Curtis Earp Red Braswell. Paul
." .Braswell... George Wheeler Albert
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS- Several ENGAGEMENT! ANNOUNCED TO RECEIVE DEGREE :'J

FIres I
Smith-Corona Raymond :Ernest Brown of Madison I
Florida StatutesIN adding
THE COURT OF THE'COUNTY 'f,1.i!.,,,;.''to' : _1: '11... '.: win receive the BSA degree I
( from the University of Florida Jan.
MADISON COUNTY
JUDGE Machines
typewritersand 30th at mid commencement.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE The Fire Department experienced year
In re: Estate -of E E Hadden Sr a rash of fires over the 'week 'end t t S .
Deceased.TO due mostly to over heated' stoves: cash registers.
ALL CREDITORS',AND: PERT defective 'In 1 I
chimneys and faulty! t- y srA
Farm Tractor
SONS HAVING CLAiMS rOR' DEMANDS stallations.The Goodyear

AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Luther Harrell homftonaSJ1 Be I,, S I'.
'You' and each of you are hereby 53 just outside the city llmitifwas' $ TIRES
notified and required to: present burned to the aroundbo i' 4i50: 1 ___ Enterprise-Rec rder 5
any claims and demands which, you, p. m. Friday. The fire caught from ; L ;avR Large stock, priced rightMesSer
Cora either of you may have against a wood stp\'e flue," and waS beyond ;
the estate of E E Hadden, Sr ,:.; '
control when the Fire Department J ."
deceased, late of said County to arrived., The. loss" win # v" f si e SGHWINN BICYCLES Battery
the County Judge of :Madison'Coun- totaL h > *tI I 1 ,r FrancnUed; .
ty, Florida, at his office in the At 7 a m. Saturday the home 'o?I HOWERTON Dealer SUPPLY&: Service CO. & Tire Co. ;
court house .of said County at Mr, and Mrs Carl Sims in Ward 4 .
Madison ,Florida, within eight cal caught fire around the installation' ,
endar months from the time\of the of a gas heater in the wall The pd BUSINESSMENT"
first publication of this notice. fire 'was in the} south end in an i If you want customers CANDIDATES-When your friendly
Each claim or demand shall be in apartment occupied by Mrs Sims' every opponents make untrue statements
writing, and shall state the placeof mother Mrs Hunter. The fire spread r f week in your store, tell 'em about your past activities straightenout

residence and post office ad- from the wall to the attic result: about it in an E-R ad every the record with an E-R ad.
dress of the claimant, and shall be log in considerable damage by i 6 R week If they tell the truth on you there's
sworn to by the claimant, Ms agentor smoke and water. fAt i 4 e not much we can do.
attorney, and any such claim or 9:4S.L m. Saturday the home I wrr.

demand not so filed shall be void. of Lizzie Warren inVard 3,; .. .
ALMA SHAW HADDEN Southwest Madison caught fire froma I '
A* Administratrix cum testamento defective chimney. Fire spread to THE YIELD IS UpON SAVING AT
annexo of the estate of E E Hadden the roof and burned most of the ,. .
Sr. deceased. top off. A wood fire was the originof b'Mr
First publication January 8th 19CO194tch. the blaze. VALDOSTA FEDERAL '

At 3:30 a. m. the' Fire Depart-! .

CANDIDATES Rent 'an adding ment was called four miles east of'I ANNOUNCING.. .
Madison U S'90 where an auto-
machine to total promises of ship- on .
port from the deer peepuL THE E R. mobile was a fire. The damage was
slight The car a 1951 Ford was
owned by Glenn Smith of Cherry I
Lee4-HCIub Lake. He was en route home to
visit his father. Mr Russell Smith I

from Orlando where he is in an i
Air Force training school I
The Lee 4-H Club met Wednesday M
Dec. 20, & started meeting with
our pledge. Then Edwina Lasseter
Attend dupnunFurilloWed&g and Mrs Carl Bell of Concord announce the of
Jed us with the song ,,,,Row Row engagement
flow your Boat There .were 1threedifCerent her daughter

groups singing. At StarkeMr MISS MARGARET ELIZADE11Il-fcCLENDON I
Then Mrs Zipperer talked*to us to
about the poultry projects MR JAMES H. O'NEAL

After that Wanda Richardsongave and Mrs Mort" Bunting Jr. son of Mr WK OTfeal of Madison! Florida and nephew of Mr FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM'THE FIRST
a demonstration on cream and Mr and Mrs Carlton Burnett I
and Mrs E F of Hlnson. Florida.
Spooner '
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cheese candy. She did a good Job went to Starke Sunday. to attend OFFICE HOURS *
Miss McClendon plans to graduate from Havana High Schoolin .
on. that. the wedding of Mr Bunting's niece 1 .
4 Ruby Williams demonstrated hoWto Miss Linda .Carlene Chapman and" the data of 1960. She is a'member of the Concordla Baptist )(O.;.-TUES..WED-FR1. 9 AM TO'4L, PM ,

buy a Zipper for skirts and' for Mr Michael Ronald Furillo ZIT son Church of. Concord.Mr THURSDAYS AND SA'I1JRDAYIJ.. 9, AM TO. 12 NOONThe
dresses.. Now we know whom to I of Mr 'Michael F Furillo, and Mrs O'Neal graduated from Havana High School with the t. 7

look for when we are puzzled about Reynold 'Miller 'of Reading. Pa class of 1954 as Salutalorian. He 'entered the United States New . Ii I
looking for a zipper. .I Miss Chapman is the daughter of Army In'September 1954. serving t.I1fteun.. HeIs now .
f Clifton Kent 'took recreation this Mr,and Mrs Van Holt Chapman
o/ .
Tobacco I,
employed by the American Sumatra Company.A .
year and she taught us a game.t Starke. Mrs Chapman Is the daughter .1 ,... ,.
After all the ''people had finished of the late Mr and Mrs Mort t Junt wedding Is planned. I : ''
their demonstrations we picked four Bunting Sr. of Madison. i M ; J
JNc oa : .
Mr H P Finch is spending several'
more to give then next;,m&nth. ? x.The'wedding took place in the
Just before the meeting-was .adjourned :& Presbyterian church; and was Tell 'em ye* saw kysur weeks in the city. and has an apart- .
Wanda Richardson gaveeach (followed: by a reception given by the ment in the Newman hou. on Saying{ & J.oan Association '
of us a piece of candy. Boy, bride's parents at their home Immediately Sumier and Horry streets. He fe
*Vas it delicious. We enjoyed the following. Hme ,Tun Ca.I with the U S Geological Survey and 115 N. TOOMBS V VALDOSTA, GA. ,
of -the< is mapping some 125 square miles
demonstration and all meet*
The Friendly Association Big Enough Serve You Small
f Ing. '? lt zette-He'( E& in the northern part of the county.. ,. _; ,
There will be more news in nextmonth's TO RECEIVE DECREE I :- I The rest of the county has already Enough To Know, You, . I
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Strew Florida State Un1"ersJty.111 be ,' :" ,
your name : 't
11-around the county with E-R among the 608 to receive degreesat '. \ .. ,
the mid-year commencement : "
campaign l cards, posters, circulars. exercises on Saturday January 30. :: :J' : :

Be .sure to say some- Brown will receive the BSA degree. ..
tie is the son of Mr and Mrs Dean .
thing nice about yourself, even :-w ,r rj
Brown and son-in-law: of the Rev t
if no one else will. and Mrs James Barber of Madison.
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1 McCulloch P6S Pintail Chain18'22.10 .... -# -."" ; ,
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(or chain to fit saw you buy) 437.95:
(on*vo4 **:/ "If t:a I rtb. n. itto) i
T&ere's nrffenf his a nete car-and no new ear lilt a Chtrroltl nil it iht Impala Sport Coupe/
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STARTS FAST Chevrolet speaks of the Sixties like
MtCULLOCH'SONE40 In any weather 1""'5,. : ..i no other car-with a broad accent on ;r,
... \ .' S' spaciousness, stirring new concepts rn\t
DIRECT DRIVE \r..:. \ I styling and strong emphasis on spirit ,

for smooth, fast t and Step thrift.inside this superlative '60 and ".
cutting wi (Qr.) 7160 "
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TORTURE-TESTED .. ,\ you: head room hip room ahoulder't -
Chevrolet'sengineers
Note how
: for outstanding '." : .. :- I squaring room.have further flattened and
;' :CHAIN t SAW dependability @(Q) i i CHEVY !I narrowed the transmission! tunnel to

give the middle man more foot room. : ,
LIGHTWEIGHT Chevrolet's greater roominess is inti'de '
t weighs only' IS t' ,. ,.. .. where you want it-not outside inuseless iy
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pounds body overhang. .
... 4 : ,r. You'll find economy teamed with .
DUAL OILING j .... t: I 4 performance in a new standard V8, .;
SYSTEM I engineered to deliver up to 10% more .= .r

at no extra cost NOW-THE CAR THAT STARTS THE SIXTIES. miles Hi-Thrift; for every 6. gallon, or the strapping .' I

And riding comfort in the new one 1
3 BAR SIZES
S WITH SO MUCH THAT'S NEW, fa a never-ending treat, thanks to Full:

; ; ,1 ., .12,18,24." .'.. r' ,. *' Coil spring gasps nsion. There are also ,
1 11 thicker newly designed( body mounts
-SO MUCH THAT'S DIFFERENT
} t S EXCLUSIVE u; .. :-:') e .J .. that filter noise and vibratioQ to the
S /; McCulloch' Pintail vanishing point, more rigid frame and 4
' chainWMU I ...AND 5ETS.THE PACE WITH LOWER PRICES! many other engineering advances. "'. ,
Prk.. 'j : : &. .st '. ; But youll have to drive the Sixty ..

Stert $15495 ,..' :. sizzler yourself-that's theclincher.. .
et S Why not see your Chevrolet J 'cfeaJ,., r .'
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Fr>k lstr ati '4 r K'f .:, and tile happy details 'v
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(Georgia Red Sweet Potato seed,,

$1.50 bushel SeeElzieMay
Brought To You Weekly! By

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FLORIDA WILDUFE SCRAPBOOK
at Vickers Implement Co. Howard Stadstill

Student Ealaatiti M SPECKS

I AVERAGE '

:,. Lumber Co.
and Student r
Monday Tuesday were f

Evaluation days in the Madison POUND -..t I

schools." During the two days tiSIfES MAY ": : : F H REAMS of Greenville, do YoU ;
while students were enjoying a ]
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brief respite. teachers were busy WEIGH
1 tout oC
evaluating their past accomplishments -i 'SPECK FISHING HOTSPOTS UPTO i4s WWIH+ f ...,.."., read the I Fisherman Calendar 1 '

and future prospects for I LAKES
3 I I
1he second semester which began GEORGE AMPOKEECHOGEE ,
Wednesday Jan 27. The evaluation POUNDS ,I .
also establishes the schools' AND MANY MORE .1s COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENqAR

:ratings. j I CHECK WITH FISH YOUR r THE FOR THE WEEK JAN. 31 THRU FEB. 7 ....
LOCAL \ r
F THE A NF jt
The Annual School of. Missions CAMPS 0
Tuna for Each D.ayr.d, Wisea Fish Bit. Best"SUN
of the First Methodist Church BETTER KNOWN

will) begin at 7:15 p m Wednesday IN FLORIDA AS MON TUE WED THU FRI( SAT SUN
Feb 3, with the Instructor for the THE 31 1 I 2 I 3 I 4 I 5 I 6 1 7

first session. Dr Frank Harrison ., sue.. .,}, tt GQ ? : zs L yqe,
introducing the study with a lesson E 5PERCH" 10:54 1126 12:58 2:00 2:59: 3.54 4:46 5.33

entitled! Why Medical Missions* AM AM PM PM PM PM PM PM
't4440'4't ,

Jumbo Hamburgers 30c.' a 17If 1 I stacker the Fish ...:. letter the Day for fishIng )

Choicest of Steaks and Sea ry Ili Nt

Foods at WHITE TOP '

DRIVE-IN on U S No. 63, HOWARD STUDSTILL

south of Madison. 3-lt-ch % EgAPVCROPPEEJ

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A L Hughey of Cheyenne Wyo, Is LUMBER COMPANYHU

visiting his parents Mr and Mrs FLORIPA CAMC. AMP FM5 WATCR Ff5H COMMISSIOH
MADISON FLORIDA ,
Drew Hughey...at Hanson 3-6106 ,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 3rd Political regular AnnouncementsThe county political announcements CANDIDAlm - Slight Charge
,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA .
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY cost $10.00 and run put your best face forward with
IN CHANCERY. until the election. They are to be an official No-Phool Foto. -
paid for with the insertion order.
T E Gilbreath Plaintiff. 1 Ordinary mug Shot 2.00 A slight) charge Is made for: j \ .
1 FOR SUPERVISOR OF CANDIDATE SPECIAL 3.00TIlE
VRAlice ALL ENTERTAINMENT '
English G1rr atlt, Defendant REGISTRATION E-R, IIU 3-6361 ft NOTICES i1..,; r:. 'f:Notice: ,To Fanprs ..y
DIVORCE Dear friend and fellow-citizens (regardless of sponsor- 'r ,. .
TO Alice English Gilbreath FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVEI .. y .
: of Madison County; I want to thank ALL NOTICES OF 110JJEYKAISING .fI"
whose residence and address are each of you for your vote and, support respectfully announce that I PROJECTSregardless /, T-,.*'., ,We buy Yellow Ear Corn 1hebeAr .
unknown. candidate for State Representative .
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You are hereby notified that a and your wonderful cope from Madison County. ( of, sponsor) ,. ." ........ i around' .. ... '' ".. .. .
Bin of CamplatatJfiJt"IHrotee htJ ration while.serving as your Registration subject to the Democratic primaries .I ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE : .
ABOUT MEETINGS: OF ANY I"
'been filed acatofft .FM.tad' you, *n officer. I l1a'"e. endeavored In May I960. It 'you elect me to KIND Price Now Is :
required to "serve a copy of your at, all times to live you honest I will : .,, -
Answer, or Pleading to.'the BIH 1 .** efficient.and courteous sen1ce.: On this position, serve you (regardless of organisation)" :. :
honestly soberly, and capably to $I.l5perbusbel. ,
complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney this record, ,I 'earnestly solicit you Prices are reasonable Rising production S "
R E Cowart whose address the best of my ability. I will. greatly costs force us to omit ALL ;
and In the 1960 May
vote support .
is. Madison Florida, and file the appreciate your vote lad sup FREE ADVERTISING. I picker picked
original answer or Pleading in the primary elections for re-election port. THE ENTERPRISERECORDERKEEP .......
office of the Clerk of the Circuit For Supervisor of Registration. Sincerely. I n.:'

Court In and for Madison County, Sincerely, A L ROOSTER) LEGGETT, JR. ., n;. J. Ii. MITCHELL ," : .
Florida on or betore the 9th day of ARTHUR E RAGANS UP WITH POLITICSIN ,'(, ./f. 0" ..
February. A. D. 196(). If you fail rwr- .
,...... to-do so. DecreetaPro --Confesso will Sale at SY>0'ne's KEEP UP WITH POLITICS THE E-R Milling Company :t. I '

be ,entered agalast you for the relief Potato seed IN THE E-RGE ( .
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demanded In the Bill 'of 'Complaint. ; ,
bushel. See'EIeMay "
Recordtr is here- $1.60
The Enterprise- Candidates Panhandling
by designated as the newspaper la AppliancesHowerton
Voters can't shake you down
which said order shall be published
once a week for Tour consecutive when you talk to 'em in an E-R
at Vickers Implement Co. Supply Co. ,
weelcs. Ad. .
Witness my hand and official
seal this 6th day of January, A. D. .
(SEAL: ) :Tips on Touringmmmm .. f ,
DALE M. LESLIE Clerk Circuit .' .. ;t
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9-4t-ch No Mystery In MB fliers tI'f* I : :

Don't let your friendly, .Jftt48:
do all It you are one of the millions ot : '
competitors ,
courteous women responsible for the family, 7'
Dial The E-R ear chances sendee station h f -
the advertising arp your .
dealer will someday tell you the rilf/II .
HU 3-6361, and say, "Gimme muffler should be replaced. t tr tt !JOllt d H r

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'.. Over the years' your Farm advice. The mumer helps keep the 1 rf
Bureau Insurance Companies engine quiet and carries motor exhaust io' '
; have pioneered in providing protection to the rear of the car. After '
and benefit for farmers I lone use it may develop leaks. Re I, .
through their Farm Bureau. In- n ltnoiseandpossiblehealthhued. 3 4 -
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surance policies. II Understand the problem and you I I'/

OOO)('(Now policies with in more force than your 2500.Farm I see The why car the exhaust solution contains makes sense.carbon Four out of five homes today are suffering from a .

Bureau,Insurance Companies. monoxide. Like many other nb: low Heuepower-Ihey aren't adequately wired forms4etnr ..
of insurance >
are the largest group stances it Is poisonous U breathedin
companies in the world sufficient amounts. In its port electrical living.
writing insurance designed for form it is colorless odorim. taste-
farmers and ranchers led and fion-irriatiag. It fa dan- How about your home? If fuses blow, lights dim
With assets of over 360000. serous because it keeps blood from chances
don't properly are
OOO,00. your Farm Bureau In. carrying.its normal ad of oxygen. or appliances operate ,
4 aurance Companies provide you On long trips atop every couple | your wiring's not up to par. Call your electrical contrader.
with insurance of financial of hours for a stretch in the fresh air for Remember,
checkup.
a
soundness. Always keep an sir rent or window er our wiring experts
r When you consider insurance open-at least a little.In you'll Live Better Electrically with Full Housepowerl
\ for your own need, it's a food f a station wagon never leave
idea to talk with your local only the back window open-exhaust .
Farm Bureau Insurance agent. can be rocked Into the car.
Don't snooze in a car with the .,
motor running.Don't {
: : SoutheriFarBiieaw i carry pets) In the trunk

.. compartment.checked. .
v f': ': Inarnce ta: seAeaalir U your It engine It r..w.beau.ben DOtay WHil-1P I R 0CORP 0J RA ION

.1t.1t'f. -Mft tire;.... sad tail":$p. j (tMFJ MWWE '
io.'. KERMIT HORSEw Vow 9a. sinks station .
BOX HU 3-6065 'wifl be'fled to do thi, every time \

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.1 FRIDAY, JANUARY 29 1960 THE ENTERPRGEJIEOOBDER, MADISON' FLORIDA ....... \ "... -- .-.. PAGE FIFTEEJT'' '.
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LIVE; STOCK AUCTION 88th BIRTHDAYRev. CARD OF THANKSWe
SELL your cattle and hogs in our
auction each Monday. Sales start at NEW ELECTRIC 10-KEY ,-
W. D. Keis of Greenville
CLASSIFIED ADS 1-00. MONTICELLO STOCKYARDS -
ADDING MACHINES
wish to thank all our friends
Monticeno, Fla. celebrated his 88th birthday and neighbors for the kindnesSesand

at Registered all times. Angus bulls for sale VICTOR .... .. .. .. $171.00 January 22. sympathy:, shown us during the

for Sale Strayed for Re BURROUGHS .. .'. .. 209.50 -Are--- insurance illness and death of our little
you peddling daughter.
J. D. ScruggsFORESTER CLARY ... .....j..... 225.00 II tranquilizers, shoes, or automobiles RUTH M WILSON, Mother.
ROSCO WILSON Father.
ODHNER ....... ..... 25D.50 ? Keep the public informed -

W. B. Dans, Jr. FOR furnished, RENT*apartment Comfortable up 4-room town REGISTERED. HU3CUSMADISON.SURVEYORPh. TOTALIA .. ..;..... 259.00 of your valuable services CANDIDATES-When your friendly )

circulating heater. Hot water plus fed. and state tax. with an inexpensive I opponents make untrue statements
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REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: furnished. See MRS. J L PINSONat FLA. wtekly ad in The E-R, saying about your past activities, straighten
FARMS
BUSINESS ACREAGE INDUSTRIAL MADISON CLEANERS. For your grinding and mixing THEENTERPRISERECORDER I nice things about local folks I out the record with an E-R ad.
,22-2t-d1 I If they tell the truth on you there'snot
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL on your farm, call WEST since 1865. ., much we can do.
APPRAISALS !END MILLING COMPANY, HU 3-6361
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE, FOR RENT: One-bedroom furnished I '
Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 ''I
TITLE INSURANCE apartment, newly decorated I
112 West Base Street and an unfurnished two- collect. '
MADISON. FLORIDA bedroom apartment. Apply MRS BOY SCOUT WEEK FEB. 7 TO 131 STUMP BROS.

Phone HU 3-6277 J J NEWMAN. 2l-ti-ch .,. "" ................"'-.......................... Whereas, February 8, 1960, is the:

NEW LOW PRICE FOR RENT: Two-bedroom house in 0th anniversary of the founding of!
I Lakeside. HOWARD STUDSTILL WELL DRILLING the Boy Scouts of America as a1 I CASH and CARRY
3-bedroom house on new Moseley office phone 11U 3-6106; residence program for all boys and
I Hall road at City limits. Sign on HU 3-C630. 20-tf-ch & COMPLETE PUMP REPAIRING Whereas. The Boy Scout program 316 SOUTH PATTERSON GA-FLA. DEPOT BLDG.
has affected the lives of
property.
FOR RENT Furnished apartmentMRS
: VALDOSTA GEORGIA.
Large house, large lot, near E F DICKINSON JIU Littleton Well DrillersPhone 3&500.000 boys and men and now
t t schools. 32396. 19-tf-ch has an active enrollment of more, 2-8x6-8x1% Mahogany. Flush D r
i Several farms. Three dairies HU 3-6961, Madison than 5,000,000 of whom............are Each." ... I 4.65

Broadus Willoughby'REALTOR WANTED MALE: HELP Contact WANTED man in this .................................,............................ active Whereas locally, The, and movement now observes 2-8x6-8x1%. Mahogany Flush Door 550.
area full time for Jim Walter Cor- its golden anniversary and Each u....
: poration. Must hare car. Call collect -JOHNW.WADSWORTHRegistered seeks to motivate all leaders to I Key in Knob Locks. ,
Phone Office HU 3-6481 CH 2-0391 or write Box 1203 further and greater' effort on behalf Each .i*_. 3.90
: Residence HU 36481. Madison VALDOSTA GA. 19-3t-ch Sunreyw of youth under the theme fe.orGod 4e8xInt. Plywood
.
MADISON, FLORIDA and Country" and, 2.85 I
I soft clean ch'
WANTED: Some nice Whereas, The Boy Scouts of
t rags. No buttons or wnolens. THE Phone HU 3-2372 America force 4xSxi ,Int. Plywood .
a great for training
I For Sale MADISON FLORIDA
: Hay ENTERPRISERECORDER.LOST youth in right character and good Each :_____.'._ 1 6.95

: Blonde Mexican Chihuahua citizenship will hold its fifth 2-4x3 2 Window
----- MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHEN Unit :
I the National Jamboree at Colorado 10 50
dog Finder please contact '
with G-E .
appliances and PRE- fHF- t. yo. .
Bermuda 30.00 tonI Springs Colorado this
Coastal Hay JENKINS home at Cherry Lake. July ,
r ; CISIONWARE CABINETS. Up Now therefore. I V Folsom.Mayor 28x4rWindow Unit "i,
Good Peavine Hay 40.00 Phone 8277. 21-lt-ch M
I Un. to 5 yean to pay. Call or write Each .._._ 12 85
I FRED TUSHBANT, contact \ HOWERTON of the City of Madison, -In .
Feed Store, HU 3-6616, ){adison.I 3-6681 Madison SUPPLY Fla. CO. HU the state of Florida do hereby proclaim Sheetrock 4x8x%
I 2Mt-ch i iI 7-tf-ch the week of February 7 to Each: .__._ -m---' 1.35
-1 i1 LADIESAvon 13 as Boy Scout Week -
I FOR SALE: 3-bedroom concrete I Goodyear Tires $1235 1 do urge our citizens to recognize Full Thick Insulation Batts ., 57
block house in, Lakeview Terrace I: Cosmetics has a weekly the patriotic service being per Thousand Sq. Ft. .00
FHA financed. Contact MRSf' earning plan. If you are over 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type, formed for our community by volunteer 215 TI> Asphalt Shingles :..'

DWIGHT CUPPETT at TWIN 30; and qualify, we train MSS you., plus tax and recappable tire. Scout leaders; to express Square ..._y,.... I' 5.60
3103
Write AVON Box
OAKS GROCERY or call HU 3- their appreciation of the religious '.
I 6865 or ,HU 3-6545. 22.2t-pd Tallahassee, Fla. bodies, school organizations, veterans 15.: Lb. or 30 Lb. Asphalt Felt.. '
MESSER associations fraternal groups Roll i _. .. -L: 2.00

FOR SALE: Nicely located home and service clubs which sponsor our Cement, Portland '
t near Valdosta highway, close to .*. Battery & rIfe Co. Cub Packs, Boy Scout troops, and Sack --.. --,1-n ," 'I4.. 125U5
Madison. JESSE MOORE, Phone Explorer units and help the City :f ,, P'.... '
HU 3-6898. 21-2t-ch cf Madison. Fla. to be represented Mortar Mix .. '
'Sack .. .. :!.. .
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national --- .
f FORD RANCH 'Are you peddling: insurance,I adequately at thegreat. I '- .
SALE 1959
FOR :
: this 4x8xH Celotex ,
t Scout jamboree summer.In Sheathing
I Wagon 2-door 6 cyl. Wepfjcwood ranquilizers. shoes,' or auto- testimony whereof I have Thousand Sq2- Ft. ..._.._._._____ 63.00
Blue, Magic Air Heater, good repairing done by set "doctors'We mobiles? Keep the public informed \ hereunto signed my name and
condition. HU 3* Sheetrock Cement
excellent
tires 6964. 212tpdlt. : of your .valuable ser caused the seal of the City of Sack ..... ....................... 2.50
j' vices with an inexpensiveweekly Madison Fla. to be affixed' this 22 :
FOR SALE: Farmall Cub (Tractor:: day of January. 1960. "
with good lift, 'cultivator Moro t ad in The ,E-R, saying 4 V. M. FOLSOM, Mayor. PAY CASH--PAYLESS
Also nice things about local folks
J ing machine, double" planter C.\NDIDATES-\11tn your friendly .
windmill.50 ft ,' aibargaln. since) 4
power,1 1865.CANDIDATES. opponents make untrue statements
CARY PINSON, 5 ml. louthu of I about your past activities, straightenout STUMP BROS.
:
Madison on 'No.1 53. 21.1t pdf Rent an adding the record with an E-R ad.

t f Pure Bred,..Bulls for Sale. One machine to total promises of sup.,If they tell the truth on you there'I
Brahma five years t>W welching approximately ,port from the deer pocpuL THE E-R. not much we can do. .
1600 lbs,J color. white We know how 'to diagnose your -- -
Two TVfc Ills and cure 'em fast -
and outitandlng .conformatlon
good Herefords, one four years old '
and one two1'-years 'old:' Alf"thee. : QUJTMANTELEVISION'SERVICE j" '

bulls breeders.very.. ADAM: gentle'* WEISZ and ,,.proven H\ 3; I'M READING "f ,-,'. ..., 1iyi ,..' .. : .

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20-tf-ch -
Madison, Fla. *, ; ; !. ,.
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'e' .' 401 'E'Stt1 yens St. 1: .
FOR SALE: One..Model 0 ,1:row We Repair .. .
t ''' .
0 .
John Deere tractorwlthcultlva. Record-Players-r-Automobn* -,Radios "" .." ..
lor, harrow -disc;'ploW fand"dis- '. -A' Few Choice, Selections '1;; :.. :
I, tributor. Reasonable. HOBSON IN USED TV SETS

WILLIAMS, RT 2, Madison Fla. Work guaranteed satisfaction .. .;. : :
.
COURTEOUS SERVICE ADS IN THE .
194tpdVFOR PROMPT: jOUR ,
:. z WAY OF SAYING '. ''''.. :' .. '.. ,
SALE: Coastal Bermuda hay.. vrniANK 'YOU- .' :..'. ,
: "
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: Excellent quality, $3f( per ton. Phone 9481 Quitman, Ga. I.. ." '.

; CH George 2-3195.Eager Valdosta Ga.. Phone Buddy Tillman Charles RogerstRARDNJEWELERS 4!;! 'l. ..


I, FOR SALE: Polled Hereford, bulls. V ',. : "

Also, 10 reg. helferi.\ George :

t Eager Rt 1, Valdosta, Ca. .a 2, .' ,
'19-tf chI .
For 4 -., '
I Mules for: Sale 4 SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL ( I R '.
Horses or DIAMONDS, JEWELRY f
miles north Madison on'Rocky EXPERT REPAIRING JI

Ford or old Valdosta road. J .. ,. '.
TUTEN Rt 3 Box I .
I S or J C .

26 Madison.18.4tpd II NATIONAL. :.. .
BRIDAL .. .
BEFORE 'SELLING 'your timber SERVICE '
land please ,see me. We"are
timber
or also Interested in"b )ing a :1. .
GA. .
'VALDOSTA
limited amount of pine-hardwood IN
pulpwood delivered by truck to -
Foley, Fla., or loaded on-R R cars. 303 No. Patterson 1 i :, : J

See write or call. ,. Ii
L. P. GIBSON ,: .. ...
Rt. 3, Madison Florida ... ."": w F
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8363
Phone: Cherry Like, "
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; TALBfiU \
FOR' RENT: Two-bedroom house PAINTAND .

close to Lake. Water heater gas .. ..
tank, and heater furnished.FUhhVprivileges. ,
1 1960 ;
See ROBERTS .
GROCERY, Phone 8396 Chem'Lake. WALLPAPER CO.- J ,. .
21-8MB ',4I;
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AT CASTLE PARK I ,.' : .: : '.
New 3-bedroonf house b d .. ,,> t ''
FOR RENT: VALDOSTA, GA. ;'b. 't
ii on Cherry Lake, ,all conveniences, freeparking .. .: .... ;"'."
Also : To With All. .
t j phone and fishing rlghU. : Keep Up 0'/
(f one 4-bedroom house in Madison. ; We have a complete line of Dwuskla .
,
will repair and paint to suit Wallpaper and 1500 colors of Paintsto } ';: .
tenant; available\ around February select from Come in and see ThosAdvertisedBargairis! v" ?

t' 1st. J 0 MCDONALD .AJJ J' the Colorobot Machine operate. ; .

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PROPERTIES


.. METHODIST JEHOVAH WITNESSES Candidates-Strew your name J
CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS
CHURCH # CHURCH all 'around the county with E-I
t 118 N. Orange St. Phone HU 3-6355 ,
A. preaching service every S,unday'to MELTINGS: campaign cards, posters, cir- t

-WE WELCOME YOU < A
1st and 3rd Sundays .. llfo..tun2nd : morning Service Meeting: Friday 7:00 P. M.
tiling nice about yourself, even '
and 4th Sundays TStTp.Sunday In. 1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a, m. Ministry School: Friday 8:00 P. &L PHOTOS. FOR CANDIDATES' S.-

School each ; 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. \Vatchto\\-er-Dible Study if no one else will. Whether' you're running for dog .,,",

:Sunday at 10:00' a,, m. Sunday School every Sunday. Sunday 7:00 P. M. rt' catcher, constable or Governor, .;.., ,

Prayer Service each. lit and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. Kingdom Seekers Welcome. GENERAL INFORMATION ON y Wednesday ',8:00! p. tFamily. ..,.. .
yourself.' ,
2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. No Collection Taken. BOY SCOUT WEEK ;'" ,r 'W-..
Night covered Family Night Covered Dish Supper 'You'11 find the famous E-R NO- .
,dish supper Friday n CANDIDATES Rent an adding .i
night after second Sunday FHOOL PHOTOS perfect for every i.
before- 1st Sunday. ,7:30,p. In. Friday machine to total promises of support DATES: Sunday. February ". occasion.
... month promptly at 7:00 p. m. .
ot every THE E-R. '
Woman's Society Woman's Society of Christian Ser- from the deer pcepuL through Saturday February 12, i t* ORDINARY MUG, SHOTS $2O0:
Service '
:ChristIan 1960.
after vice meets on Monday night after 30c ANNIVERSARY 50th annh-cr CANDIDATE'S SPECIAL '
Thursday Hamburgers
:meets Jumbo : PHOTOS __._.._.... $3.00.' e .
1st Sunday 8:00 p. In. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Choicest of Steaks and Sea sary of the Boy Scout of America
(This $3.00-deal)( makes look
Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Men'{ Club meets incorporated at Washington D Con '" you ,
WHITE TOP .
Foods at ten brings out
years younger
{alternately ,with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on February 8, 1910.. In 1916 C0n- your
{Springs Tuesday after *- Tuesday after the 4th Sunday DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, Cress granted federal charter tithe voters human warmth before and the affection election for all.

!4th Sunday 8:00 p. 1 In. 8:00 p. m. south of Madison. 3-lt-ch organization. More than 5,033; hints at trace of statt"SU anShip.rand ''' .
Official Board meets 1st Wet The Official Board meets each] 000 Cub Scouts, boy scouts explorers : a the
It costs slightly more than
each even' numbered rtont SCHEOUL and their adult leaders will
nesday month following the supper on SUNDAY PROGRAM ... $2.00 package, but well worth it).
after prayer .service. ,' W M A F' observe Boy scout week throughout
;Commission on Education beets Family Night j 7:30 A.d. Gospel Music the nation. National! highlights include Remember Candidates. In the f

1st. Wednesday each odd numbered. P. Y. ROWELL, S. S. Supt. : 7W Newt the "Report to the Nation'" I960 election put your BEST FACE

month after prayer service. ., MRS.: W.. W. CATLEDGE, Treas. 6:00 Baptist Hour made at the White House by fifty; FORWARD with a famous E-R

t-JAMES SHEFFIELD. S. S. Sup .(X B. DAVIS. PASTOR ,8:30 Gospel Music Eagle Scouts each representing a KO-PHOOL FOTO. .

(THOMAS SURLES HARRY a r. 9:00 Revival Time .. different state. On February 8, 1960 .. Dial HIT 3-6361, THE ENTER; ,

COCHRAN Asst's. LEE METHODIST CHURCH : '9:30 Gospel Concert the Post Office Department will PRISE-RECORDER, since 1865.

*i' C. B. DAVIS, Pastor. Preaching Every Sunday. .. ,10:00 News release a 4.cent tonuneraorativi s and say. "GIMME A CANDIDATE'S
---- 1st and 3rd Sundays 10:05 Sunday-Serenade postage stamp rnarking the golden '7.. SPECIAL FOTO I WANT TO WIN'

t FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, _____ 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m 10:45 Prelude to Worship anniversary.BOY ., '" THE ELECTION."

GREENVILLE. FLA.' 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00. a. rn 11:00 Morning. Worship SCOUT SUNDAY: Boy .

Sunday School........... 10:00 A. M. Sunday School Every 12:00 News Scout Sunday will be observed i In '

Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. l 11. Sunday..,,,,i.i ,., ...,,,.,,. 10:00 a, m 12:15 Afternoon Melodies churches of all faiths Sunday February -
Baptist Training Course 6.:45 P. M. Methodist Youth Fellowship 12:55 News 7. with Scouts attending sea .

}:\'enlngVorship ........ 7:30 P. M 60Opr 1:00 Afternoon Melodies vices in uniform. Jewish observano
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. BOB SEARCY. Sunday School Sup 1:30 Afternoon Melodic* will take place Friday evening, February i .

:t'r' : i, i .I ,i 1:40 Serenade In Blue 5. and Saturday February 6 i j -

HANSON METHODIST'CHURCH PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 1:55 News Scouts who have qualified for the every

Preachine Services every First 2:00 Hour c: Decision religious awards of their faiths. wil' I Gt666BUSINESSMEN tell 'em

.[fond Third Sunday 11:00 A. W! Preaching every Sunday 2:30 Musical Sunday be honored. I i

and 7:00 P. BSunday Sunday School- 10:00 A M. 2:55 News THEME: For God and Country ad every
School every Sunday 3:00 Musical Sunday EMPHASIS: The golden ann '
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M
10.30A.1 355 News vcrsary observance seeks to bring
I Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M' for
understanding -
Saturday before i 4:00 Hit Parade new levels of --- -
Family Night _... 7:30 P. M
(Every second Sunday 6:00 P. M.' Evening Services ?. 4:55 News the movement so that more boy

C M. SAPPINGTON, Paste Prayer Meeting Wednesday 5:00 Music At Scuidowu will Join more volunteer leader
REV Evening 7:00 P. M 5:30 Headltoec tt Weath will serve, and more adults win

CHURCI i W B SEALS, S S Superintendent 5:33 Sign Off support Its work.Traditionally .
HOPEWELL BAPTIST J ARTHUR CRUCE, Training Union Be
M. PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO on February .l43H
..' 10:00-A !
Sunday School --- NOTICE and leader
A. CHANGE WITHOUT Scouts and Explorers
ltLi
Worship __. 11:00 Director.ERNEST
Morning
Union 6:30 P. M.i GURR, Minute recommit themselves to the SCout
Baptist Training I Promise at 8:15 P. M. 1 lithe
Evening Worship ....._ '7:30 P. WMidweek Daily Program ScktUWMAP Oath or
I various time zones.
Prayer Service 7:30 P.1 WELCOME TO
Brotherhood last Thursday : NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 1230 ON YOUR DIAL In many communities Scouts their 'trq. I

of each month at -.*... 730 P., M. 6:00 AAL Sip On parents, and Institutions spozuorinj: .

WJUAJ. Second Thursday 2:30 P. N. Come Wonttp With:Us, 6:02 Fla Farm Hr. Scout units adult will leaders unite in whose honoring con r
volunteer
Evelene Kelley Circle Sunday School 10KX A.M. B33 World & State New
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and effort In
,
3rd Thursday 2:30 P. W. Morning Worship 11:00.A.-U. 6.3(1( ,, J1&\ Farm Hour tributlons of time make these unit r

V L. SINGLETARY. S. S: Sup Baptist Training Union 6:30a'.K.; 6:43 A, Rudy Hamrkk behalf of youth .

ALBERT KELLEY. B.T.U. Directs Evening Worship ":- .. 7:30 "P.:X: (MoD. Wed. Fart6S .) possible.

REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN. Paste. Midweek Prayer'Service 7:30P, ,'M ,,' v World Neft, ... Many senior elementary high schools Junior will observe highand .

Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:80 P. K ,.'Im State News
WELCOME TO the anniversary In school assemblies
Jack Pickles S. S. Supt ,:70 Coffee With> RayWorld'
'Mr. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Km flag ceremonies, acts and stunts by; .f.
Sim Andrews B. T. U Directs 7:43; ..
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. : State News Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Loplorers. rf
Pastor ,
REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS. 1G01 <
11:00 A. ltL exhibit Seoul f
_
will
Morning Worship ..... ................. .... ,1:55" Weather 'News Some
Training Union,, ....-.., 6:30, P. W. CHERRY' LAKE BAPTIST ,. .. iaoo .Gffee ,w1 .Ra7. .I handicraft or show. Scouting,mother! '
Evening Worship _... 7:30 P. W. 9.OO Morning Devotions pictures or have demonstration ; .:
-
Prayer Meeting _-. 7:30 P. Jrt' CHURCH 9:15 Musical interlude of ,Scoutla: skills or 'talks b;} B st- r-your- t.p..1
-
Church Business Meeting Firs 9:30 Music Unlimited Scouts.
month. Preaching Services every Sunday; will be unit parents night fire, theft t
There
Wednesday night of each Morning Service 11:00.. X M 10:00 News Out Home Protection Package gives you

Brotherhood and W.M.U..Seeon Eves .Service 1:30 P. M. 10.-05 r Music Unlimited meetings, reunions with former tad lability insurance on your home with one policy
Thursday night of each month. 10:30 V Music Unlimited members recognizing new .
School fVerr'Sunda al10KW. .-.or giva
)
Preaching Services Every Sunda;)' Sunday L1KO Music Unlimited Eagle Scouts Scouteraft exhibits l..vanetemlum.It may save you money .
.
Ccme Worship With Us. BTU. A.Every M.Sunday'at* 6:15 P. M. lias Public Service window displays end courts of(. you more coverage than separate policies..or.both;t t

REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor Prayer Meeting every Wednesday 1150 Record Season honor for at which their accomplishments.Scouts Scouts will be honored Call us to learnS more abouUM packje pl,".
13.-00 World News
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH at7:30PM. v will make pflgrimages to
12:15 P.U. Noontime Notes
Pastor Brotherhood first Thursday ever '
:
REV. 1. T. CARTER local shrines or visit industrial
L230 Talk Of The Tows
Services every Sunday month at '7:30 P. M. other of interest *
plants or points, a
Sunday School ...-,....... 10:00 A" M'. Everybody Welcome. L2:40 Uncle Ned' Croups under their own leadership MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY
State Newi
:Morning Worship _._ 11:00 A. .M. ,REV. J. TL COLLINS. Pastor: L2:45 MEMBERSHIP:. IJSOS.OOO Cub

Training Union .._.. 7DO P.,)I. MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST 250 l Farm Weather Newt News, Scouts eight nine and ten years of Telephone HU 3-625( r
1255 4
108.V. Pinckney, "
Evening Worship ._... 8:00 P. M ,
1:00 H IQlIbniHit Parade tt*
701 South Range
Wed _. 7:30 P..M eleven -
Meeting Scouts
Prayer Sunday; Bible Study __ 10:00 A. M. 155 $* News 1J591.000 Boy RtprtMnfas the Hartford Hre Insurance Company GroupFUELMORE ,
MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST Lord's Supper and 2:00 : Gospel Time through seventeen.

CHURCH Edification .._..-.__ 11KX A. M 2:30 '. Public Service 280,000 Explorers fourteen years

REV. JACI LAMB "._.. Pastor Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P.. M 2:45 '- Afternoons Melodies old In the a'mh' grade or above.

.S. 1;. Sapp .... Chairman Board ol vVednesday Evening 255World ft State News >r fifteen through seventeen.

Deacons. Services .'_'....*'_ 7:30 P. M. 3:00 ''' Afternoon Melodies 1335,000 adult 1lve as volun-
"BHly Bailey ._ B.T.U. Director 3:45 rPubUc Service leer leaders -3$:8 professional
.0#
"Leroy Cruse ....__ Associate DIrector NEW HOPEFUL 4.-00 **" News leaden in tie Coy Scouts of FUELGASOLINE

Xcroy Cruse .....__.....'. R. S. Suot I MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 4:05 ?> Request Parade America -- a ratio r-f one to every!

Miss Merle Bass ...._..... Song Leadei Services every first .and third 455 "* World & State News (34( volunteer leaders.

-Mrs _,Juanita Cruse ., ". ...... Pianltd I Sundays *t 11 .. m.. and 8:00 p. m. 5:00 Request Parade .

Sunday School.... 10:00 A. M Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 5:45 Sports Highlight .

'').Io ling Worship ........ 11:00: A. M a. In.Traln1nc 6:00; World News ORGANIZATION f: There are
"Training Union _.._..._. 7:00 P. M'Evening Union every Sunday 7:00 6:15 TwOifcht Tunes ,. 531 local councils in the United KEROSENE TRACTOR FUEL

Worship ........ 8:00: P. M. p. m. 655; News States Canal Zone, and Puerto Rico. TRACTOR USE
Prayer Meeting- -Wed. 750 P. M. REV. W. T. RYCROFT. Pastor 7:00 Sign Off Programs are carried on through DIESEL ,FUEL FOR HOME AND
PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO 130,500 units'as follows: 47,400 Cob -
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without plea.T
Jest as.I am one CHURCH
BAPTIST
come. Regardless of your clothes BEULAH Welcomes You CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE Scouts packs; 60,900 Boys Scouts We are equipped to give you Quick Service. L H THUR-

condition. Whether cotton. Home Services Every Sunday roots and 22J200 Explorer units. MAN and OTIS BROWN are standing by for your service

spun. You are welcome in our REV CARL V IVEY. Pastor OH MY

church service. Sunday School __ 10iX A. M. ;,ergia!

Corning Worship 11:00 A. M ACHING BACK
GOD
MADISON CHURCH OF
6:00 P. M $
Sunday School _....... 10:00 A. M. Choir: Practice 6:30 P. M f.-I Tw m ;.t W f..t n&I i. PlATE GLASS i
Union ...
raining .
'g M.beh
M.
J.orningVormlp 11:00 A, hof
7:30 P. M ..-ire sth sat oaIM tM&.ttt.
Ever ln2 Worshln _._.. 7-SO p. M. E\-enlng Worship P,M. ---,.....................tJft4- as .
7:30 .
Youth Service Wednesday 8:00 P. Me gayer Meeting, Wed. I ..t t.ett.er a,1N.rtn.t.rJss, Wb.a u.,.a tt.e..l.roe.a.e ete.r sal isGLASS .

R. BRE KLEY. Pastor atn1--,.. waat tdt.l-wsat k ruts ,
REV. B. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST I A..u..r.. 6ItIn1Ia.w..aunt......... GLASS BLOCK J. I

t_ D. 8. SERVICE cl1URcHServices M.1-.ftr..a..n.c M! r... sat.. Ch/ALlraq TitACTOR! \
ALLr!
every ,Saturday at Madison =,::::: ep a t..dae MIRRORS *
OF JESUS CHRIST OF '
CHURCH American Legion Hall. n-a.p I'IDI ....-- fat h I ..,arta IHC. d' J.!
LATTER DAY SAINTS : L W.....,.pe.I......,.. atti.a14ef '
Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. .. ..... 215 W. Savannah Ave.
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Stmdav School ............ :iOpO a. m. Church Service at 3 p. m eataesh at Phone: atERRy.-S2S:5.: ft
Sacrament Meeting; .. ... 11:00 a. m. s. W e+etliat .Led to fHsr.s.rtntotsznt tytoottrn
E C WILLIS. S S Supt I. W ant tineth aew. asstTe Ya iosta. Georgia
ties
Belief. Society and Priesthood time HAROLD YATES. Pastor Tele- ..... .t< u. U atnee -<.cS

and place as announce! at Sacra. taM&.... ..
Welcome Or a Iitit'e tsr.e sat tits
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