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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: February 12, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. LIX No. 24 Return Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12th 1960 aiadison, Florida{ Price lOc| Yearly Subscription $3.75; Delayed Renewals $4.

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HOST TO PRESIDENt PPF1SIDENtS HERE! For School Board


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Thirteen presidents of Florida

public junior colleges are meetingin .

'.. .... Madison this week-end onthe
of North Florida Junior
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A "" :It Presidents attending are: Dr Henry

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Ashmore, Pensacola: Dr Ted
\ : Booker. Golf Coast; Kenneth
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I. Eamiltoa,. North Florida. Dr B R
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Ttliey. Sor"'J'ohM..tUveriDr James r
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x Bennett "St Petersburg;, Dr tliY ,

STam Neel.} Manatee;. Dr HaroldManor.

, E EJA EY [/ .. Palm Beach Dr Bruce '
4 .- Wilson. Brevard; Dr*,Maxwell King, r''

ryy 4 Indian River; and Acting President

:MARSHALL ,HAMILTON, Charles Hamblen,_ Central Florida.

President of North Florida In.'-addition. Dr..Ray. Schultz of
entertains 12 1 Florida State and Drs Lee": Hender
Junior College
; R. W. Bob
visiting College Presidents and '; ..... Son and James Wattenbarger of 1 ( ) Milner

) the State Department o'of Education of Rt 3. !Madison who is this week
ether educators here this week. I
I .. will participate -in the announcing candidacy for School
.. end on NFJC campus. '" 4i .. sessions. Board from District Two.r

: Dr Kenneth Williams is president (Paid Political AoVt)
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r' 1Y I I" NEW! CASHIER. .. ....... Of.. its, Florida Association of .
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\;: -' '"Vi- ", :" { Public Junior Colleges.iiiacticaI Building HomesProjectofPineua Is .
Mrs Delton Brock bas succeeded r

Mrs C M McDanIel .%s Cashier1 at
the Southeastern Telephone office. .f ,' Nurse Course -
She began her duties last Thursday.

: Council .
f':' .Begins March ? ;
' Miss Florida Davis of Mercer j _
\ University spent the weekend here .y -

.".. the guest of her 'parents,. Mr and e .! Applications are now being accepted f Nets Falk Vice-President of the

'*' Mrs W B Davis Jr.RegictratiM. .t. for those planning to enroll Pinetta Community Council, stressed

i,'" In the Licensed Practical NurseTraining home building as the main projectof

"L, Nitice Program which will belnitiated the group at its annual Ladies:

,",;- by North Florida Junior Night program Thursday of ''last
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College beginning March 7. 1960
i,) The registration :books., for the Die LPN Training Program Falk made his report to the
pro-
jr May, 1960, primary"election win \ guests following the banquet and
-\ be open every clay In' the ,office .. ...... rides wonderful' opportunity for predicted that more paved roads

of the Supervisor of, Registration A-TT'ft. JIAPTIST HOMECOMING; "We are confident. I say and i'church and it has grown to it* those desiring to prepare for would be seen about the community -
Tjg&jjr and.Mrs T .Bar, careers in the nursing arts. LPN
through January February, and : James f'' willing rather to be absent from1 and that a shop buildingfor
March.If .J' btr e.i4! &uchter. Mlt Judy ,'&r.ber'g' the body and to be with present membership of 7201The nurses are tn abort supply and are the
present agriculture students would
you registered tn 1958:) or eSt the wetk end- In,Tallahassee tSe Lord2nd Cor. 5.8. was the I *observance Included dinner In urgent demand by our hospitals, be erected soon. He fore-told of
since you are; OK for voting and at the Homecoming attendant text of the Homecoming message, oo the grjunds. our doctors offices, and our nursing
t do not have to reregister. upon the 25th anniversary of to his former congregation .and the James Moodier NFJC faculty leaves. These well-trained LPN expansion to the telephone system
Immanuel Baptist church. Tbe, Key also. The new Community Center
RAGANS :
r ARTHUR EL hundreds of visitor salaries but
Spoke from the pulpit of the Baptist mines command good ,,
Supervisor of Hegfetration. Mr Barber was pastor there, from A is nearly finished be rtpo ed.
group of 33: meo,, and women church here. more important, they contribute
'u; 19-Thru.Mrch-ch 1S43 to 19&4. Jack Woodward and Jess Revels
Feb
: met 10. 1935: to establish the significantly to the welfare of the
.. Introduced the large number of

Ii,, sick.This;e'training program consists visitors. Rev W L Wynn and Rev
E L Gurr offered opening and
r of twelve months of well-planned closing prayer.
study and practice experience.
Manager Pete Chum managerof
i Classes will be held In the Old
. :, l1 Hospital Building at Madison< for the bag plant at dyattville,
kf'< said. The first consideration in a
a four-month period and practiceexperience
kit .: community should be the homeland
: r -' J' will be gained in the
the the
second the schools and
hospitals at Madison and Live Oak "
: problems'connected with them.
|I for approximately eight months.
The Churches should also be considered
Those Interested in this training:
and also the small business.
lynx 1 may secure application forms or
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man. Flftb"consideratIon should be
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',' & .. 1 .tSrector. Division' of'Practical given to"government.' ,. The com
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Nets Falk; Secretary. Emmett Gaston -
l ge* In the Tri-County Electric
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and Sgt-at Arms Bobby Keeling.
Rev H E : Pictured above is part of the large crowd which at- Mr and Mn Bullock Gaskins Hunter 3-22S3L -

Of the I.1rst- .K .. ted AwMMi Lit ies Nfeht program. of TfaetU Ceo*. were visitors tin Jacksonville .''An interested in a. career In Mrs John -E Sands will b4hostess

44. : chu1'da''ttn.M} '" !l ty. C...'. (Ffeeto. .?d:eaerarn. coUrtear of Tal.TiMee llxzralay, where Mr Gaskias+ wait Lteevsei Practical Nursing; are invited to the Wflna Phillips Circle
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rAGE TWO .. THE ENTERPniSE-llECORDER. MADISON FLORIDA FRIDAY.FEBRUARY 12th. 1960

IVILBURN DAVIS RUNS FOR REPAINTING
1 Membership Drive COMMISSIONER Dynam4temDays Madison 'Cleaners, the Larry Pin-

!I 1 son dry-cleaning and laundry
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1I, Cherry Lake Post No. 224 American Wilburn T Davis of Greenville is Continued at EAGLE'SMrs establishment! on Rutledge street
Legion is staging a member- :announcing this week that he is a is being repainted both Inside and

ship drive with Vice-Commander candidate for County Commissioner A G herring and Mrs Bill outside. .
Saturday, February 13 I John .District 3. He states he has lived .
I HerrKt In charge. Drop by It Wbnfeerly will be hostesses to the = ----- 1
DOUBLE FEATURE i :in the district all his life
White Drhe-ln and
RIDE A CROOKED TRAIL, in Top and sign up Audrey Newman Circle Monday Mr and Mrs Ed Scanlan had as
'.ods). 22.U.pd.I I that he is familiar with the problems
Eastman color starring Audte Murphy j of the district and county. Feb 13, at 8 p m at Mrs Herring's weekend guests. Mr Scanlan's
Gia Scala. The way he turned FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVEI home. uncle and aunts, Mr and Mrs Ed

depended on the people, *around him. MADISON ANNUAL S S CONVENTION Euler of Dwight,' Kan, and Mrs

lIe forced was to opposed uphold to It. ,the law, .jet DRIVEINTHEATfeECOX respectfully-announce: that .I "The annual -Sunday School Convention 1956 Buick 2 dr HT, A A Pickett of Whiter Haven, Fla

OFFICE OPENS 63Q P. M am a candidate for State .Representative
COUNT FIVE AND DIE starring Show Starts 7:00 P. M. from Madison County,!II for Baptist churches in & beater For Quality Furniture
Jeffrey Hunter Anne 4Marie Dur- ." I subject to the Democratic primaries I Florida will be held at First Bap- one owner
Inger. A stirring story of espionage PROGRAM }'list Church: Orlando, February 29 FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES y
in to'this
during the desperate days of World May, 1960. If you elect me to March 2, according to C F Barry $895 FLOOR COVERING T-Vs SEE
War IL The deadliest game of them Friday-Saturday, February 12, .13.. ,, position Iwill serve you secretary.
all but the secret that raved a I DOUBLE FEATURE honestly, soberly; and capably to Featured on the program will be WEUSFORMTURECO.MADISON\ .
million lives because nobody kept IT HAPPENED TO JANE' Doris. the best of my ability. I will greatly Dr Wayne Deboney Pastor, First HARDEE MOTOR CO.
Day, Jack Lemmon. : ; FLA.you'II..find I
It. Cartoon. appreciate )"OUr'ote and'sup Baptist Church, Jackson Tenn., and i
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: < Keener Pharr, Soutbeiji Baptist
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310 TO YUMA Glenn Ford port.
Sunday-Monday February 14, 15 Sunday School Board Nashville. t.Sovfcbefl
SAMSON AND DELILAH In Sunday-Monday, Febnaary ''14, 15 Sincerely.A. Vacation Bible School conferenceswill
Technicolor, starring Victor Mature DOUBLE FEATURE L. (Rooster) Leggett, Jr. be held each morning under E F
Hedy Lamarr. An unforget- KNIGHTS OF THE ROUNDTABLE the direction of Burnette. Cov\pRICES\) ,
table screen masterpiece and one Robert Taylor,' AVa Card FOR SCHOOL BOARD
of Cecil B DeMille's greatest spectacles Sgt and Mrs L S James ot
fret l.: see t, I
brought back for jour enjoyment P r. iJ Argyle, Ga spent several days last wher eYoU

by popular demand." .. Car- BRIDE AND THE BEAST,Jungle DISTRICT NO.. 2 week with Mr, 'and Mrs Dwight Ji this g 0 I0 se

toon. a> :'5 i;:' '*, Thriller."t.. ? 'W .i.* 'MADISON: COUNTY FLORIDA Cuppett of" Madison and Mrs W D ,., ..
17 Political Announcements I have discharged my dutieS to:Webb at Lee.
16
Tuesday-Wednesday February ,
the best of my abilities In an I
FOR THE FIRST TIME, in Technicolor The regular
county political an- honest progressive and economical NOTICE TO CREDITORS: '
starring Mario Lanza In nouncements cost $10.00 and run way Our children's interests and "
his last picture before his"' death and until the election. They .are to be betterment have always been upper- Florida StatutesIN
Zsa Zsa Ga or. A treat to the,1 eyes paid for with the insertion order. most in my mind and efforts. 1 THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
and ears Mario Lanza at his best .
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER hereby solicit your vote and sup- JUDGE MADISON COUNTY
in a wonderful story of song and port In the May, 1960 Democratic FLORIDA IN PROBATE. J( l ,
romance. When he sang everyone for In Estate of Carlton E Groom 1:7
." DISTRICT THREEI primaries re-election as ) re: ,
listened., Cartoon'r. "OUI't :
q f School Board Member from Deceased.TO .
respectfully
Thursday-Friday; February 18,'19 announce that 1 trict Two. ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS iit , am a candidate for
County Commissioner .
4THE WONDERFUL COUNTRY,, Sincerely HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS :
In Technicolor, starring Robert of Madison County,! RUSS DUGAN*. AGAINST SAID ESTATE y
Mitchum, Julie London. Sunburnedand District Three, subject to' the, You and each of you are hereby
gun-burned-likc the violent action of the Democratic primaries ., FOR REGISTRATIONI SUPERVISOR OF notified and required to present ."
land he rode. A face a man-a In May. I promise faithful, any claims and demands which you.
picture as proud and violent as conscientious .service if you chooseme I or cither of you may have againstthe
Tom Lea's bold and powerful novel for this important office, andI respectfully announce that I ama estate of Carlton E Groom
candidate for the office of Supervisor deceased late of said County,
SPY IN TIlE SKY, starring Steve earnestly solicit your vote and of Registration of Madison to the County Judge of Madison r"t t! a e x
Brodie, Sandra Francis. Secret support for which I shalL ever.. ,be County subject to the Democratic County. Florida, at his office In the ,

agents of the space age. Exciting: grateful. ., ... J primaries in May 1960. I promise court house 'of said County at
and thrilling international Intrigue Sincerely ? honest, conscientious and courteous Madison, Ebrida: within eight
Cartoon LAMAR ANDREWSFOR service to all if you elect me to calendar! months from the time of
this office.. I earnestly solicit your the first publication of this notice
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The Milliner home owned by Mn COUNTY COMMISSIONER vote and. support Each claim or demand shall be in you shop

Mamio Hendry and occupied'by Sincerely, writing and shall state the placeof '' .* .. a&tt the SH Greed. -. .
Mrs Georgia Edwards and Mrs: DISTRICT FIVEI v- W;B. (BAILEY) WYNN residence and post office ad. rv here yo u're dollars ahead at the starV.. ,
Hattie Arnold is being repaintedand dress of the claimant, and shall be Stamp "
respectfully announce that I '
Mrs A JG Paul Jr of Lake City, d again when you redeem youf
sworn to- by the claimant his agent "
asbestos shingles are
gray am, a candidate for the office of '
Is the guest for several days this and useful sifts.
and such beautiful
of
his attorney any for
being applied also to the exterior. Commissioner ps
County
District
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week of her mother, Mrs A E
claim not so filed shall be void. S&H Redemption |
nearest
I of Madison County, ,subject to the to at your
r Fraleigh. and sister Mrs 1 G Ash 7ULXA CROOM PROCTOR as of the Sf&H'
Y Democratic primaries in May, 1960.I andThtament Center or in the pages "
Far Quality Fwnitore ley. E=ecutrix of the Last Will \
Ideabggfcrto
promise honest, conscientious andcourteous of Carlton E Groom, ,deceased. Green Stamp _:
FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES service to the best of my f
1957 Ford 2 dr 6
cyl
FLOOR COVERING -. T-Vs SEE ability to all if you elect me to d Ffc-st publication January 22,, tJGO.1)
this office. I earnestly i solicit your FLORIDA DIVISION
WELLS FURNITURE CO. vote and support. R&H$835HARDEE I Radiator RepafrijgMcWthIIAMS }


MADISON, FLA. Sincerely FT, (Tebo, ) Webb% MOTOfc r CO. E;[ GARAGE

ALL ,
FOR SUPERVISOR OF 'I'
: 4 A-C-IUO-S-S REGISTRATIONDear H

TW Tb Dinah Shore Cbery Show In color Sundays,NBC-TV-the,Pat Boone Chevy Showroom weekly ABC-TV.

friends and fellow-eltlzens
COUNTRYYour f
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of Madison County: I want to thank r }

I each of you for your vote and support

and your wonderful cooperation Lff4&
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while serving as your Registration E14T}
officer. I have endeavored

at all times to give you honest; ..:
efficient; and courteous service. On

this record I earnestly solicit your 4r _
vote and support in the 1960 May a
Farm Bureau Insurance primary elections for reelectionfor
:Companies now have '. .
more than 2,500,000 insurance Supervisor of Registration' '*
force. the Sincerely. |
policies in They are :
largest group of insurance ARTHUR E RAGAS 4 l w

companies in the world writ-
NOTICE OF COUNTY
Ing insurance designed for the .
farmer. ASSESSOR VISITS TO --t

In the past year more than DISTRICTSI '

''--i! $20,000,000 was paid in dividends I \\ be In the following districts :T'r :r- 3Fa._ F
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... to policyholders, providing for the purpose of receiving{ :

proof that your Farm tax property returns for this 1960 .
1\ Bureau Insurance Companies

t :,, are always striving to provide tax Lee year.District, Feb ,22 from f iA M; } ... :;
14", r insurance at the lowest possible 9 to 12 a. m. ,, r
I' 4 cost. Pinetta District Feb. 23 from9to12a.m9 -
\Vhelyou, as a farmer 1
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think your of local insurancealwayscall Farm Bureau h Cherry Lake 9to12awm.District, Feb. 24 from LOOK AT THE LOWER PRICES


.... .Insurance agent Greenville District, .Feb25, from .

9to12a.m.City Hall List prices as much as $76.05 lower on popular mode&with popular equipment .

rSflitheni Farm BareaaJnsuraace Sirmans District, ,Feb. 26 from The.'SO Chevrolet modeli roost people 8lnbs'or quicker Il 'l?stops. Economy Turbo-Fire VS. Or how to
., 9to12d'm. buy equipped the-way most people Rivetless bonded linings mean they get up to 10% more miles per gallon
tt .., A. H. ARMSTRONG, "want them are actually d I lover but longer too. of regular arid still have Iota of "git.; "

Co.) County Florida.Tax : Assessor, Madison 23-"2t ( HERMIT HORNE County tone Bel Air V8: sedan for example- offer roomier seating( than any car in the '60 version of the engine that got
!KEEP UP. WITH, POLITICS with Turbogtide, push-button radio their doss Lower narrower trans 22.38 miles pet gallon;: in the 1959
,BOX 38 HU 3-6C65 and de luxe 'lists for a whole :Mobtlgas Economy Ron.
IN THE ERWE heater mission tunnel means more foot room. ,..
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lower for all
': 4 $76.05 lent Prices are teams24enjiiietransmfeioa
; wlndthltldamong Widest choice of power ; I
Only full wraparound
models throughout
comparable V8
all with
I teams in ;
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b' ;i" vP ; the line. Also for ail comparable: 6cyHnder the leading low-priced. ears. output to 335>> h.p.
up
.+! '\ 1- ...' _* models with FowergUde.YetChevy's DectrlCW1ndshMId.1 keep sweeping I
.. A trunk that'rmade for(01)1 trips
< TOForeign with of the
PREPARED load more
ARE NOW even when you speed up to pas.
things that put pleasure into owning with up lo2L5%more actual Luggage

'. '. :* .. a car. (Just look at the Est) It'a the Vent windows crank open and dottd. space. Sill's lower for easier loading. .
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.'.,.. greatest year yet to get Into a Chevy. So much simpler than figfatmg those Fisher Body'craftsmanship.Look at
\ Small and Car .Tires,. tricky litho catches. -
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.springs at"tllfourpfc* ti bad nfcw. tad tasy. The same key opens door,,, work. You'll see :.- .
':ASWELL AS ALL OTHER SIZES. .. mounts. the tSe Inference.
'_fj butyl rubber-cushioned.. body gtoreSox, tnml a d;starts car.
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ADVERTISERS-The ERrill BUSINESSJIEN . Candidates t- Panhandling'ADVERTISERS RRvil] CANDIDATES-When your friendly ,

1956 Fd F-100 Pick19 appreciate your ad .copy by If you want customers every Voters can't shake you down appreciate your ad copy by II about opponents make untrue statements t
activities straighten
your past
Y-8 5 pjn. TUESDAY. THANKS.... week in your store, tell 'em when you talk to 'em in an ERA :.5 p.m. TUESDAY. XpANKS! out the record with an E-R ad. ,

ree elf fiew about it in an E-R ad every to' i If.they tell the truth on you there's 'i
SCHOOL MONEY, AND TAXES I Adult Circles of the Methodist not Crouch! we can do.

tires Only( 795 I week. LAND DW Woman's Society, will meet Monday 1
SCOUT WINDOW
J
Dr Oscar Beck was In charge ot Feb 15. Helen ParramoreCltdt v

the program at the Lions' Cub'COUNTY COMM1SSIONERS''PROCEEDINGS I with Mrs R V Dial. Hadden '
.BARDEE MOTOR CO. meeting Tuesday and brougbt"an in The Eagle, Department Store has j
Cary Lamb and wife to William Morrow Circle with Mrs teresting and informative message' L West and wife part of Lot J and Nende Bevan Circle with Mrs an I attractive' Boy Scout display '

..ATTEND DISTRICT MEETING' Ion School Money and Taxes. Elk C, Jordan-Lines S/D, Town ot James Conway, all at 4 p. nv, and window this* week in observance, of i

-' ;,.r" -, *. *.9 He gave figures on the four adjacent Madison, Florida .. f Madison. Janie Paul Circle with Mrs R C Boy Scouts Fiftieth Anniversary.l t

Nine members of the Madison : Florida counties: Hamilton.'I February 3, 10 ; Charles F Sims and wife to Homeat. 10:00 am. *.
and Jefferson
Suwannee Taylor The Board of County Commissioners Edward, Murphy Everett and wife,

Pigb School Library: Council : I Mrs Anzie Gibson left yesterdayfor
attended as well as on Madison county. He. of Madison County Florida 160 acres In Sec 22, Tp 2 N. RIOE .. Candidates Panhandling
the District Meeting of the pointed out that Madison, County Mulberry, where her father,
suet this day in regular 8eSS 0I The : otm can't shake down Johnny Harris is in business with
State Vas the maximum you
High School now levying
Library Council Chairman lion Wilbur G :Rutherford 1 S Robert Main and Fannie II -
held miliage, but that due to the requirements when talk to 'em in an E-R the Mulberry 'FreeUttew :
at Perry, Saturday, February called the meeting to order Wiggin to Howard B KIser and you* .
6. These members were Joan Bar of the minimum foundation and opened the meeting with *' wife Lot 12, Yellow Pine S/D. Ad; .. \ .... ;., v ;

ker, Tommy Davis, Betty Welch program the county was in I prayer All members were present Pleas Auston to James Austin '.

:Evvie Lou Tuten, 'Sandra Ulm, a squeeze and as a to deficit providing was teachers'&a1aries threat Miss Searcy Rowe Mr Johnny Lot 4. Blk B, Southern Saw Mill Walter Ferrell left Wednesday to Need Help In
SID, Town of Greenville.
Carolyn Plant and Mr John Mercer, members .
Stokes Kathryn 'Morrow
throat
undergo at the
ened for the new school year. surgery
Pierce H Wade and wife and
Donnie ,Rutherford, and Margaret of the student council, Madison Tumor Clinic in Tallahassee.
included Prof
Visitors James Mon-
High School asked the Board Russell Wiggins and wife to Rose Preparing Your
Ann Walker. They were accompanied crief of the North Florida Junior
L Warren 184 In E%
to consider paving some parking acres of SE
by their Sponsor, Mrs 'Ruby 1 College and Messrs Gail Germani areas around Madison High School ASec29.Tp2NRSL ;. HOPEWELL WMU CHURCH
Ulm and Mr Frederick and Joe Beaudry. MEETING HELD Income TaxReturns
Andrews of This delegation stated that present MatUe G Blalock to Walter ';'
the Suwannee River Regional Messrs German! and Beaudry have parking facilities are inadequateand hey and wife 200 ft x 120 Mob-I ;
recently moved to Madison from "In Words. Speech and Deed" was
Library. cause traffic jams during rush SEtt of NE!4, Sec 27, Tp 1 N. R ?
Williston and with their families the title of the presented
program
hours. The Board agreed look E. I
Thirty-five schools are represented to 9 "- j
wife and two children each, are ,Tuesday. February 9. at 3:00: pm.
with Library Councils in into the matter and to see if the Yellow Pine Inc to Qbert] J
living in the C P Kelly home at in the Hopewell Baptist church.
situation could be re1ie'ed"Mra 'Rodgers, 90 ft x 50 ft in Yellow
District VHL More than on \\ i The devotion Mrs
cetoa. They are connected with I' was given by
I Kramer brief
H care a report Pine Heights
hundred students who are Library the personal compensation depart 'Jack Wynn, president Mrs Marie
I on the Bookmobile and stated Mrs A B Newman to Hercules
Assistants attended the meeting on ment of the American Income Life Hammock then presented an article
that it has been highly successful: Powder Cx, stumpage on 420 acres
saturday Miss Audrey Newman Insurance Company. since its operation began. She also In Tpsland2NR10E. I Panama Through the Eyes of an

Florida State Library Consultant gave the Commissioners a countywide John T Payne and wife to Her- Army Officer, which dealt with the

gave the keynote talk of the morn' WORLD MISSIONS PROGRAM schedule of the Bookmobile.Mr cules Powder Co stumpage on numerous proolems the missionariesand

Ing program. She gave 11eof J C Burnctte and Mr Xsham 160 acres in Sec 29. Tp 1 N, R 11 workers face: prejudice: hardness -
Presbyterian women of the church of heart, low and
other councils In the state. She Harris asked the Board to ,pave E. economy
information met Monday afternoon in the educational the strip between the Band Room OAlderman and wife' to long-standing customs plus the "
gave about and urged building for the business and moral and marital problems which
and the Gymnasium at the Madison Hercules Powder Co. stumpage on
attendance at the State Conventionto program meeting High School The Board agreedto 130 acres: In Tp 1 N, Ranges 10 must *be made right before the

be held at the :Methodist :Youth Mrs' M Bunting Jr was leader pave this strip at the same time!j'and 11 E. converts can be baptized and admitted -

Camp at Lecsburg on May 6, 7, .8. ot the missions program and also Brookwood Avenue Is paved Emory Jackson and wife to Her- to the church. Mrs Frances

The main emphasis of her talk won read the Scripture. Discussing the Mrs L R Woodard :and Mrs Van I cuJes: Powder Co. stumpage on 80 Ragans talked on A week on the

the importance of school library topic Are You A Jonah, were Mrs:. H Priest, members of the Welfare acres in Tp 1 N, Ranges 10 and San Bias Islands Mission Advancewas

cervices and the shortage of trained W G Sheldon, reader and Mrs W Board asked the Board to 'installa 11 E. presented by Mrs Kathleen
G Pinson; Mrs Charles Knox and: Lamb with Mrs Jack Wynn giving
librarian at the time. restroom in the District Welfare' C A Buchanan and wife to Hercules
? present
Mrs T C Merchant Jr. office. The Board agreed to this Powder Co stumpage on 180,t Action Brings Results. A few scriptural .
Talmadge Bennett of Cross City, Mrs J M, DuRant conducted the' request acres in Tp2NR10E. readings were given by Mrs
State President, presided over the business session when the White Wynn A prayer for missionariesIn
Since Cherry Lake Beach has always W B Ezell and wife to Hercules j
business meeting. A slaic of candi- Cross quota was accepted and been a financial and administrative Powder Co, stumpage on 20 acres various regions was given by

dates for the state offices was world missions prayer services burden on the County of in Sec 31Tp1N.R11 E. Mrs Ragans. The program was then ,

chosen. Among the candidates on designated for the season of prayer Madison! the Board has determined L B Welch and wife ,to Her dismissed by Mrs Kathleen Lamb.

this slate is Kathryn Morrow for and selfdenial.FAMILY. that It will be for the best Interests rules Powder Co. stumpage on 160 The next WMU meeting will be

State Parliamentarian, of Madison County to lease acres !In Sec 36. Tp 1 N. R 10 E. held in the home of Mrs Lot ella

The Perry Council members DINNER Cherry Lake Beach. The County Wibner J Coggins and wife to Lamb on February 23. at .7:30'pm.
has prepared advertisement and wile All members are urged*-to attend.
served as hosts and hostesses for Attorney an Thomas G Bouland Jr .
of such intention and said 715 ft x 133 ft In EU of NWU,
lunch. A tour .of the Perry Libraries Rev and Mrs Paul Barrett of advertisement will be published In Sec22TplNR9E. CANDIDATES Rent an adding .

was conducted after lunch Pearson Ga cterta1ntd'membns the Enterprise-Recarder, seeking bids John Lane and wife to J C Bentley machine to total promises' of, support o

Donnie Rutherford, of Mrs Barrett's family with a on the beach These bids win be accepted and wife 100 ft x W ft In from the deer peepuL THE E-R. Short form $2.50

'Reporter, Madison High School dinner and re-union at their home, at the next regular meeting; SWtt of SEU. Sec :.0. Tp 1 N, R "" "'''''' S',"..: 3fI. ",,''''''.
Library Council the Methodist parsonage, in Pearson 9:00 a. m. March 2, 1960. 7 E, Town of Greenville. '

Sunday Jan 31st A bountiful Mr Nell Falk and Mr Jack Woodward William Bellamy to Flora Tetter, Goodyear lures $12,95 : Lang form $5.00

U' ANDERSON WILLIAMS dinner was served buffet style at of Pinetta Community Council Lot 35. Blk D, Vickers Addn.E .- ,. ,
I asked the Board: to pave about .4 D Bush and wife to Phillip It 670 x 15, Al1-Weather, tube-typ,' : Special Rates
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noon. of a mile of road running from Smith Lots 1 to 8. BUc 10 and plus tax and recappable tire.

Anderson Williams age 70, died. Among those attending were Mr the Pinetta School: south, and aboutA Lets 1 to 6, Blk 11, Town of 'IL .,

very. suddenly at his home. at Han- and -Mrs Randell Carton Mr and of a mile along the railroad Hanson. MESSER" ,k: j;.'r',UII" Others ',nHU
eon early Thursday morning. lie Mrs Pafford Carter Mrs L G Shef trade The Board agreed. that when E L Patrick and wife toV L .

bed spent most of'Mi life In I Madi-' field. Mr and Mrs Julian Gibson, other commitments are fulfilled, and Sherrod. Itt acres.in Sec 20, Tp 1 ; .-
Call
eon County engaged in farming.'. Misses Beverly and Cindy ,GSbaon, funds are available they will undertake NR7E : Battery & Tire fo. : -

this ... fiercer and wife to ,
For many years he was a stewardof Mr and Mrs Norman Herndon,I project. Raymond t t t1II

Board Number One of Jeslamb :Mr and Mrs James Sheffield, Mary I The Board renewed their request Junes L Murphy and wife, NEU "' ''<< -lit. to the State Road Department for. of NEK, Sec 33, Tp 1 N, R 10 E.
Methodist Church. .He was a mem Jimmy and Donnie Sheffield, Mr
the use of secondary road funds 40 acres.
ber of Masonic Lodge Number 42 and Mrs Woodrow Browning David I for the year i960. These funds are Giant Jumbo Hamburgers. in HU 3-2555

of Perry; Florida. and Lynnctte Elaine and Beth to be spent as follows: To continue f-in bun 40c.WHITE .

lie Is survived by his wife; Alberta Browning, all of Madison, Mr, and S-146 northwesterly ,to the WINS BY ONE POINT TOP DJUVE-IN ua

Williams of Hanson; one Mrs, Raymond Brooke, and Randy Georgia line, as far as funds will -
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son John Henry Williams of Han- and Barry Brooke of Perry, Fla. permit Greenville High School's basketball -

eon;' four daughters; Ullie Mae Several members were unable to There being no further business, team, leading by seven points

Williams and Aria Lee Hall bothof attend due to illness. the meeting adjourned. with two minutes left, saw tha
WILBUR G RUTHERFORD. lead melt to a single point beforetime
Lakeland, Genetha Williams Of
Chairman was called and they emergeda
Riviera Beach and Theora Scott of SERVICES FOR MR McCORMICK ATTEST .
: 42 to 41 victor over Live Oak ,,/
Miami; two sisters. Daisy Seasor of DALE M. LESLIE Clerk I
Luther Pickles
Monday night.
Avon Park and Charlie Williams Lee Bell McCormick, age 75, .,' i
threw in 17 points for the winners.
of Madison; ten grandchildren. died in Bradenton Wednesday.. He CANDIDATES-Regardless of, ii'
The Live Oak B team won the
Funeral services will be held was a native of Madison County think after!I
what -
may
14th 3 and a retired farmer, and had been you preliminary SO'to 22.
.._ Sunday, February at p m
'. the election, many voters .
living in Bradenton for the pasteight .
in the Jeslamb Methodist Church. t
months. and do read give 'em M4 .
Interment will follow in Jeslamb can so GEORGE DAVIS 'J r.
Survivors are his wife, Mrs Lila 1
cemetery with Clifford Stallworthof your pitch for a Vote in the I
Mae McCormick of Bradenton; f,'
Beggs Colored Funeral Home inthat'ge. three daughters, Mrs Doris )Ic- friendly E-R. I Funeral services for George Darn,
a native of Madison county who
Clelland of Tampa. Mrs Evelyn
: TALKS ON FUTURE OF in Jacksonville, Saturday
McClelland of St. Augustine and Idled ,
HOUSE BURNS' Mrs Mary Ann Lee of Salem; two ELECTRICITYJ morning: Feb 6, will be held from ; '

I sons, Lee B McCormick Jr and [ the Bethlehem Baptist church Sundayr ,. .Special-low--Reduced
L Bunting Safety Director for I
A frame tenant house, occupied Don McCormick, both of Sarasota; Division Feb 14, at 12:00 noon with the .. .
Northern of the Florida
the -:
by Carson Ealy, colored on the two brothers Jim Taylor of Valdofcta. 'Rev U M Williams in charge. Burial PRICES ON .
Power Corp. was guest speaker;
C W Cantcy farm south of Mad! and Zack Taylor of Adel.. at the Rotary Club Wednesday.This will follow in the church cemetery i

son was completely destroyed by Ga.,and six grandchildren. being the Anniversary Week!i with Tilbnan &: JtenJcs Funeral

fire with all its contents at 5 pm Services 'will be held Friday at Gt Thomas A Edison's .birth Mr I Home in charge. '

Wednesday. Due to high winds prevailing 2 p. m. at Mt. Horeb Primitive Bunting reviewed the rapid growth I '

,at ,the time attempts. of Baptist church near Pinetta. Interment I'of electric companies since the Don't Jet' your friendly, TIRESDrain \

those near by, and the' Madison will follow in Mt Horeb :Invention of the Incandescent lamp. courteous competitors do all :,
Fire Department were futile to cemetery with T J Bcggs Jr -
In fine talk. he'! Dial The
his Continuing the advertising! EAR "
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control the flames It was not de oral Home in charge
tr-rmined how the '. fire .originated. I I predicted for the future startlingengineering i HU 3-6361, and say, -Gimme.
feat in household eon .
The only fire in the home was.one CICUIT.COOiT.el venknees, better electronic air''an ad. Mrs Wilson."
In an fire place earlier in t I v
open conditioning, better cooking de-i aid March!r
the afternoon Eajy'-was.out at work vices-entertainment and health ap I OLD RESIDENT DIES ? Fekwry :
and his wife a*4';children ranging: .. .
\\ .flrmitureConapany, plaintiffs pliances. Also ,tnany commercial 1 ." '. ,
in ages from two to ten years were ; \jClyde Paned and Erma ,I conveniences may be expected to]I Omrch Crump well-known coloredman 'J>

'\a.&y' from iloIl.,Ai"": the iime.. Theiloss Parts, jdcfei d nts, Judgment by de- appear from time to time/be con who lived here for many Drears .,," ...r, . ... _
was not 'esiiuate i 0 'auIt.*; plabitiffs to have possessionof ,duded. I until be moved a few years ago toBelle RECENTLY 1N1T"'t' 13!.:,: :- J

CAN UTI JResard]<*s of furniture In question. Visitors included Jerry Nelson of f Glade died to iFlorida tM.J.' .. ,

-J A B. 'Tteeell yet aX plaintiffs, vs" Louisville. Ky. guest of* E D j city last Frtdayj at-th.. Vr.it-eiJ AIeie: '
think after - whet you >nay of 89 ,
Leon__ M Westerbouse defendant Musser, Herman Bufcton of Tall- age JWJt f. :

thfv%feetio&, &, many Crpprn.'lie,laettlemeHt of '$1,718.0$ hassee. and F E Naughton and Bill tl.: .

I : *, Gift> reM, .so eke gilljoils'w fir ftafetift* "Vnd suit <. Stokes of Kadtooa ,v TREE DOWN I Alignment Equipment : 9 ,

for' Vote' in with prejatiee. Also four, lOgh School seniors 1 l
f itoh a Charles *Fteyd feteher and Billie W 0 McCuSough of the Tri-Conn- TO SERVICE ALL CARS AND P1CK&PS,
t'Z were guests. They Included Misses
,t E--. leaD GjUthajra"! ****** to the hovfftftlMftiDie Martbn Selman. Searcy Rowe.. Anne : ty Electric Company said yesterdaythat

: : '. Lt." 'UPI :, staff rlMn until cured 11 ftsfa&s aid Joyce Sap they were 19 *-Wednesday NEWLY ',RE.ECORATED .
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night icatotteg electric service thatfcaJUfceen
of freed from titbit. of using narcon.-
: : w'_, LR -. .' CANDmATESof tatfrrapted by the, hIP

I =-- Y k ajndged iD t ,.you H &y .tW: k-. .Hif&e ,wfafe of 'W.ji+esdq. IJe" rtpar' y j .

..i. 'Mtk r en noocupportcharfes. m .trees'. aud mob down!" 3'f..t w
J' eIe tie many vol f
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""t+ pitcli'for r smL': $tiI1i &D. .1tn ,iM' "
ft ,-' r 'if1M' t6 JIt'J' flafaurr attorney's yoar Vote in"frieftdly t4
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12th 1960 THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER MADISON, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE .

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Too late To Classify" _


FAEM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE!! ;

ll Farmall Tractor, B 24 Cross
Section Harrow, Ford Tractor;, \4

planter and cultivator, 2 John f
Deere Farm Wacom. One drag ,

type Harrow. One 1% ton Ford ;
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Truck. Cash complete $250Q If

EDGAR RILES, Lloyd, Fla. Phone I .

f rN; k d n I 46607, Tanahataee, Fla. 24-2t-pd I FOR HER ; -,., FOR I HIM .. ; .,,:

FOR SALE One full- hood Hamp- $
., P. shire male hog,.excellent.breeder. .. I
r BOB SEAUCY Box 08 Lee, Fay + '
Phone llU 36487. 24-lt-ch Slips 3.98 !! Shirts, 2.9&3198

FOR SALE: The Hanson Grocery
and living quarters or trade fora WITH A LOT OF LACE SIZES S.MX.SPRING .

good farm. Inquire at Grocery '
/ 24.2t-ch NYLON LACE TRIMGowns .; AND SUMMERTrousers
I
FOR RENT: The R Udder store!

building on South Range street! 298-498 798 998

F +6.r. Available now R C DICKINSON.HU .
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3-2317 24-ll-ch
BY KEL RAY SIZES 510Panties WASH-N-WEAR
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Room and board. Reasonablerates.

Phone HU 3-6873 24-lt-ch. SHOP YOUR FRIENDLY
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I Ahi.H. 'r Farming Land for Rent: Approx. 98c EA." : .-

MfI acres of good soil Contact MACK :
HADDEN at HU 3.6293 Madison,,
Florida. 24-lt-ch NEW SPRING "

WANTED: White lady to represent HATSOAGS Z98-3.98

I iti, upholstery Company. Show samples WHERE YOU CAN CHARGE

quote prices. Liberal Com

mission. Write SOUTHLAND

Valdosta FURNITURE, Ga. CO, Box 24-lt-c 1001, Prceedmgs of the WE ARE HEADQUARTERS -I- CLOSING-OUT-


"CANDIDATES and BUSINESSMEN, whether -)'ou're, .. Will .the people borrowing mjphotographic City Commission fOR MAJOR APPLIANCES. Entire stock of, field fence and
from the barb wire at less than wholesale.
business you'll find The E-R will deliver equipment cost:
votes
hunting or Madison Art Center please return WESTERN

effectively for low cost it to me at my home? Thank you CITY OF MADISON. FLORIDA 1344 Field Fence @> $22.00 .. .r
pitch very
your W. D. MITCHELL, Yellow Pine February 2, 1960 Gaucho Barb 4 Point @ $6.00
DIAL HU 36361." Heights Madison. 24-lt-pd The -sty Commission met this AUTO.
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date with all members present. HUFFMAN GILMORE "

I CANDIDATES-Regardless of Minutes of the previous meeting LIVE OAK, FLORIDA \

1955 F rd 4' dr, Y-8.: what you may think after LEE NEWS NOTES were read and approved EXPLORER POST 606 Telephone FOrest 2.1201 '
Meeting with the Commission in
heater$695HARDEEMOR the election, many voterscan regards to the natural gas distribution ELECTS OFFICERS .: ............

and do read, so give 'em The Rev E W McDougal filled l'Itemere: Mr Homer -

your pitch for a Vote in the his regular appointment here Sun- Scott, representing Smith & GUlis- At the regular meeting held at HANSON NEWS
CO. E-R. day at the Methodist church. At pie Engineers; Mr Loomis Leedy. the National Guard Armory here v ; _

friendly the close of the evening servicehis representing Leedy, Wheeler and in Madison Monday night following -
Alleman, Investment Bankers and I Pine Grove Brotherhood met at
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.wife and daughter were re-- were elected to serve as officersof
Little Jay Davis, who has been '}.Ir and Mrs Eric Berggren of Mr Leon Reinaeh. representing the I the church Friday evenln?. They
ceived. The church welcomes them;: the Explorer Post: Billy Bunting.
spending some time here with his Duncombe. Iowa, were weekend Houston Texas Cu Company. The, reported a good meeting with
grandparents, Mr and Mrs E C visitors with Mr and Mrs AV all gave them a fellowship hand group>> discussed a schedule for' Pies Rick' Milliner, Vice Pres., eleven men present .
west from month's shake. beginning the Madison Billy Williams, Secty, Jay Livingston .
a
Davis; will )leave in a few weeksto Vann en route system. Mrs Lula Odom was visiting her
join his parents, .Mr and Mrs Unii.:of Florida They also visited Mr and Mrs Boyce Faulkner The Commission requested: the Treasurer, and Fred Hughes :niece: Mrs Calvin Mathis, at Monti-,
Mr and Mrs Albert S Wing and have returned to their home irClover City Attorney to proceed as soon and Buddy McChesney, Directors.In cello Tuesday.

James: Davis, in .Miami.'. > family in Ocala. while visiting Sll- S C, from a pleasant visit at possible with the validation of addition to the elections the Mr and Mrs
.....pHnffs. Mr and Mrs Vann the revenue certificates. Bert Taylor are
ve
{ with Mr and Mr Bob Adams. official Post neckerchief and Slide
Mbars rs T McNally and Mr and complimented Mr and Mrs Berg- The Clerk was requested to write I having a new home built here i ia
Mrs BUI Miller and were chosen. Neckerchiefs will be
Mr and
Howard Hughe :and daughter, letter of authorization I Manson
aJ\d.S! number of friends Sunday a to Smith
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Rachel Ann were week end visitorsin gren little daughter of Plant City were & white with Explorer emblem sewn I I
''evening! at an after dinner GHlispie. Engineers to proceed Junior Odom went with his va
Chipley )with; Mr and.Mrs Urlin coffee.. among the out of town' visitors at with the working plans for the gas to the back point and the ofndall ajp. Teacher, Mr R R Dcnson, and
". : i .. Methodist church Sunday. Thej Explorer Slide will be
Myers. -x- the system; payment to be made upon six other FFA boys to Tampa fort
were weekend guests of her grandmother -, sale of the revenue certificates or jects to earn money to purchase I week end.
TerMtes'SwanTwg? : Mr and Mrs E C Davis had Mrs E S Williams, ana one year from date. uniforms were .discussed* and a i Fair and other They attended the
interesting placesand
their son Earl Davis of Stetson family. J C Burnett appeared before the list of camping: items were pro

CAL Unh'e1aLtyt: a*: their guest ,'during .4 BREAKS HIP Commission in regards to the utility pared; tQ.submit to the sponsors.A reported a good. trip. .
tiw : fGuests tax on his business Mr Burn *' Hanson Home-- Demonstration
taterseWtef holiday; Joint "camporec with the Explorers
the
B. : ; friends of Mr A*
e.ExtenniAtiq.. The many o dub met with
Mrs W 0
for the weekend were Mr Earl ett stated that It was necessary from live Oak to be held Rainet
much tha
Williams rt" 'eteJ'Y that his business: require.O electric and Mrs E R Carry!
Monday afternoon
Davls'' fiancee Miss Pt'gteft' Smith, in late March was discussed and
Ct. he fen and broke his right hip lasi't meters. ire requested that the in the home of Mrs W 0
I' and her mother, Mrs Austin Smith week lie remains very 111 in the readings of these two meters be voted upon for immediate action. Raines. There
ten
were members
of Zephyrhllls. local combined hb Attendance awards and attendance
Phone 293-J Perry, Florida hospital m determining utility present. Mrs Raines gave the de-
Mr and Mrs R W Coker oj t taar. Same was approved by the requirements for camporee and votional
and most of the chairmen
Greenville came last Thursday foi. Commiuion. Mr Burnett asked also jamboree participation were dis-
a few days \1<1th her sister that sidewalks to school be cleared. cussed and a vote on dues was gave good reports. Mrs Almoa
Charles Watson, Manager, Florida Zipperer gave a demonstration o*
Mrs Farris Thomas.Mr passed unanimously.
Power Corporation, presented the how to fireproof fabrics. Mrs Carry
President Bunting closed the
and Mrs Jackie Floyd oj City with a check In the amount served delicious refreshments'or..
ON COSMETICS AT SMITH DRUG t" Jacksonville came ,for".a weekenc I of 12,026.63 as franchise tax for meeting with the Explorer Scout sandwiches potato chips, Cherry

'. visit with Mr and Mrs John Hodnctt -, the Jut six months of 1959. Oath. The Post will meet again ,tarts punch and coffee.
Cosmetics and Joe.. There being no further business, February 22 at ";' :30 p m. Young ,

Tussey Mr and Mrs Howard William. ; tbe sbllls were approved for payment men 14 to 17 years of age are invited Mrs Frankle Frohock of Greenville '
and the Commission adjourned. to attendMONTICELLO
Gainesville froma
LOOK'N SEE SET 2.25 Value NOW $1.25 have returned to R I V >f FOLSOM, Mayor I and Mr and Mrs W B DavisJr
visit here with Mr and Mrs
';2-:60 Size NOW $1.00 o ATTEST: and daughter Miss Florida spent
WIND and WEATHER LOTION' Williams and family. I 1 STOCK YARDS !
ALEX IL SMITH, Clerk. ,(Sunday in Albany Ga visiting Miss
BRIGHT SECRET LOTION 200.Siie NOW $1.00 Mrs Joe Miller reports that she I I --- |Judy Davis who is interning In the

got over $200.00 for fee MaCh 01 JsP MARKET REPORTAt I Albany schools this .
quarter.TermteTSwanning
'. JCS:1.. THOOL the Monticello Stockyard,
Dorothy Gray Cosmetics Dimes in this comm rtlty'land that ... .
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that AND THE Ftrn/HE I IfKSr February 9? 83 cattle and '
she appreciates the help wasgiven -
in I calves were sold compared to 103 I t \ ? '
this worthy cause.
LIPSTICK 1.50 Siz ,-.NO2 FOR4LQO The Madison P T A met Tuesday a week ago. Trading fairly active.
Mrs Mattie Whignam had to re- night at the auditorium for the Representative classes cattle and t ttah'6 CALL ;
turn to the local hospital Saturday, limited '! i '
steady on receipts
Hor.tae Hud Cream. monthly program, with Wilbur Burke
: .to the regret ,of her many friends. 4
V-J .. Rutherford, president in charge.W .
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Mr and Mrs Leo Sinclair ofJacksolJl11e' Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in
B Clark introduced D G Wall
':$2.50 size, NOW $1.25 were *recent visitors of principal of the Lowndes County 6-in bun 4Oc.WHITE Exterminating Co.: i
relatives here and in Madison
; High School, who was. guest TOP DRIVE-IN Phone 293-J Perry, Florida
Dry Skk Qeaser speaker

'.', J SCOGGINS BABYMr The School Faces The Future
;-: L25 the of the splendid. discussion Buy That Dream!
.$2.25... .;..size, NOW. $ was topic 4
; and Mrs Bates L. Sooggins of future school problems.Mrs .
$4lOoYfcze.:; NOW' $2.00
,j jtS Jr of Spartanburg, S C announcethe Vim High School librarian I

& & birth of a baby girl Fen 5: in called to the attention of the group I.

SiiCCre4: Spartanburg. She was named.legislation necessary for better libraries ". y

Susan Lee for her grandmothers and suggested these needs

,2ye, z xow4i.s Mrs P X (Susan) Rowell, and Mrs be made ready to be presented to
y .$;
,. 1 J-Z--L< **)> .Hughy.of Madison MiandMni'JloweU the coming' Legislature.

.$4.00' size, NOW JELOO.HJBSBi j left Tuecday for Chairman Rutherford called to .

Spartanbtnrg to visit the Scogginaes.lr mind the meeting of District 3. 4

.SpecM "Dij"l': ."" t r. Raioudl milt ,return the mend tt1feisV Parent-Teacher Association to beheld 1

II! feur While' Urr J&osretl wU1 In Madison Wednesday, March t
:. .' '
a i retrain there for tao_weeks ,..sth 2nd and urged readiness for theoccasion.

*, NOW t $!. ,O Mrs Scoggias :and! baby. Mrs M C Wooley. DistrictP

TWO{ .MINUTE MAGIC 2e0. Size NOW. $L4)O- ; ; T A adviser, also spoke briefly Ramblers In Stock
.' '* -V 1 wiles 'MSA _
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tfii . ...... '. .. -====--- Coffee and rookies were servedduring '
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High-rScbool's championiasketbaf.
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... 1.t 1. the social hour.
: .. "" r<... 'joo.- ,) ; ..tean3,scored. another vieiory -... 'GMC Trucks
'. 1ATCIlING=LRWIIJCKAJOLJ6R2.eo SbeNow.th50: r ; Tuesday'cfcht wdffrattng Mayo .

,:.. :... =: TS.J3Filt : 11 4o S& JDco&ie: FJoyd dropped In Mr and Mrs Ralph Baxter and .
.. 3.. ." .' ..* : 24potets for ithe, wicp rs, and Ed beys, Dwight and Donald! of 'I'n IlKm! l'.I. .
r. """ "' Ferry 22 for Majix Venus: Fla. Tat.day.a-.1".d ." : 'o., ,' 0" "
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t *Ml.STAMPS t I 71ieKfj :girlSf fI lTt Wefeesday* wto: > 1''s -r "t ":' i"ro't
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Weaver accoroting for parents, >tr..and et Y .
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thre...preliiFryi .,, Mr Mrs. Etove. Tnoncfr, fJfa&6n. ..: 'J.. ." ,
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T3KSE SIX THE ENTERPRlSIXRECXmDER, MADISON, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12th, i960

-- 1 1953 Ford Custom 2 dr'SMALL, BUSINESS Mr and Mrs---Buck- Driggers- -and- -- Miss- Myrtle Johnson and Mr

children spent Sunday with MrsDriggers' I George Henderson of Tallahasseewere
INSTITUTE parents. Mr and Mrs here last Wednesday to attend I

radio & heater, 6 cyl.! The North Florida Junior College Horace McDaniel, in Greenville the funeral of Mrs S G Owen
\:
,J has announced that due to the
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traded from original !|requests of business,men over the

'past year. they are considering -SPECIAL-

,.+ owner. A Cream'Puff establishment of a small business I

Institute to sen'e.the. business men
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t 4 ? S of this area. While at the present I
I $495F JIM HOMESSpecial
H h ,they are only considering the esItablishnunt TONEY .
of this institution the ,.
0# .
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: 1 HARDEE. MOTOR CO. response has been very favorable. ,. 2-Bedroom Home Featuring **.*;

--.- .-- ---..-..-- At present t. they are looking to x
4 ''the businessmen of this area to i w..LL SHEET ROCK, NAILED:IJP.O j
t-j HOSPITAL NEWS j tell what services and aids they 4
: >
: : : i ;'beUn'ein best suit their needss.One ;17AUTLET. ELECTRIC. SERVICE-',', ,"f.
1 in *
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FaMilies i hairier .
; trc Admitted Mrs pf' the services' under consideration >f.'NO MONEY DOWN <
: Shirley* Copeland, is a Non-Credit JhortCOUJ'R. : Y !

taint Iftk I Asa Williams, Miss JnJe Belle [ The institute will draw out NO TRAVEL CHARGE '

lr IWH t Dewey, Bill Walker, F L Canter, side speakers who are experts In \' ONLY &6.40 '
PER MONTH
Doyle Brown" Floyd Rigdon, Clyde their particular fields These
.
". I Walker Georgia CIa)1on.VI speakers will discuss problems and -:
I King:, Iris Wells Madeline Shef.
methods
T' souTtt, ttN a tls 1 field, Homer Barwkk Jr. Mrs of this applicable area with to a the discussion business v 3Block

3 I.droon Mattle Whlgham'and Sam Jan is. following. A
period different topic .
,
jj+ piI1 I Discharged: Mrs Mary Pearce and will be investigated each week for <

S2495-- baby. Charles Hitchcock Tony a period of six to eight weeks

Kelley, Peter Shea, Max Walker,I NFJC is also considering an in- Frame (} and
Coral Ohl, Miss Janie Belle Dewey. dividual consulting service, fire or I II or $1,095,00 Up
Fred :Martin Mrs Robert
Copeland
f at a nominal fee; and an economic
rJIM !
WMTW CCHtPOtAT and baby boy Clarence Jordan,(SUI'of' the area to help thei ;MODEL HOME AND OFFICE AT WALDO, FLA.

Floyd Rigdon, James Stutts, Mrs i businesses. The institute would also PHONE HO 8-2781
10 a+r+1 ern Ipwtr.art taeaar mwho0thtar. Annie Belle Walker Mrs Virginia
t draw all the services now offered
Before buy, CHECK WITH US You will be glad did
Q I.WB my.WB tot FltlM Miwo HpftHBUUr Cross. In business you you
such as evening
call. DirteUOTU t w ea coursesin
BABY COPELANDMr Call or Write -
**--" Accounting. Salesmanship and
kDOWNA! and Mrs Robert B Copeland
'Taxation: and the North Florida
.Stat*. Madison, announce the birth of a' business review whose second Tena Loftis Jim Toney HomesP.
son born Feb Z He" weighed 9 lbs
edition will
be out
1 soonjnnder; its
and 2%. ozs. I heading and direction. Uo.3-1ir1637 0. Box 769.
BABY SHEFFIELDMr
I In orJer to facilitate the organization
'and Mrs Joe B Sheffield MADISON, FLA. MADISON, FLA.
JIM WALTER of this institute the North
Route 2, Box 20<, Madison, announce -I Florida Junior college has called
I the birth of 'born'
,
a son
upon the local civic and business
C O R P O R A T I O N Feb 6. He weighed 10 lbs and 9 organizations to be represented on

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For more information. DZS. an advisory council Mr BwferdSellman \ PRE-SPRING GARDENING SALE
BABY CAVE
'
ED HITTER JR.. BOX 415 is representing the Mer-
Mr and Mrs Walter Milton Cave
Pit WY-7.2334 MONTICELLO, FLA. chants association; Mr Wayne
ofa
of Madison announce the birth
Weger, Rotary; Mr Horace
born Feb 8. He
,
baby boy
Williams, Lions; Mr Richard Brock-
VALENTINE suggestion for(56 Chev 4-drR & H weighed. 7 Ibs.COLORED. man, Junior Chamber of Commerce;

:ALL CANDIDATES Express PATIENTS Mr Curry Merchant Jr, The Enterprise -, 7NC ON :

your love and devotion for the Admitted: Beulah Baynard Oliver -Recor'er: and Mr Al Hoff-
$795HARDEE Townsend, Sarah Soloman, Rosa
voters with an E-R ad. lander. North Florida Junior Colkge. -

Friends .are sorry the Eustace MOTOR 10. Lee Discharged Jennings:, Sam Brenda Williams Marie',Bevel.Sadie I their. This first meeting Advisory February Council 1.had A See Us For Red Bliss Seed Irish PotatoesGA.

Kelly family ,are ill with the flu. Fields, John Lewis, Janie Smith,' second meeting to determine the .
Hattie Holmes, Oliver Townsend
response of the local businesses will RED SEED SWEET POTATOES
Azel Zipperer was the winner of THE BOOK SHELF Sarah Soloman. .
be held Feburary 15.
the 20 point, % karat diamond Deceased: Oscar Moblcy, Feb 3.
,,ring, given away at Weger'i' This book is available in the I TRY SOME OF OUR GOOD GA. RED SWEET POTATOES
Jewelry valued at $88. Madison County Library and on BABY COWAUFMr

the. Bookmobile. nABY WARD
a How To Live Through Junior i and Mrs Janus E Cowart of Ste us for your:' FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT-
CARD Of TIlANKS
(High School, by Eric W Johnson. Word was received Wednesdayby Jacksonville announce: the birth ofa VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS

-- Not only must the parents of friends here of Mr and :Mrs son February 5 in a Jacksonville ..
We wish to thank our many j' teenagers deal with the youngsters,I Mickey Ward of Panama City hospital The baby, weighed 7. Ibs LARD CANS -'SEEDSWE

friends for their acts of kindness 4 they must live with them. This former MadUonians, of the birthof and 6% ozs, and was named BUY YOUR PECANS INwANY: ; QUANTITY, *
discussion examines In detail the .. ,.
floral offerings and expressions of
"
Edward Cowart. Mrs Cowartis
and a babygirl Henry
academic, social sex problems
the 't of the
sympathy at me- pass '
the former Doris Shaffer of
of youth between thages of 11
Ing of our father, "Mr Jack Spradley. -
be and 15. In the author's down to Miss Ruth Slim of Like City Madison. This is the Cowarts
i May God's richest blessings
earth and humorous style he discusses was the weekend guest of .her second child.
uupon ins CHILDREN problems of study and work'habits mother Mrs J L Sims, at Cherry J.I. & SONS

r making friends, drinking. Lake and of friend in Madison Mrs Paul W Caro, Jr of Dotb n, I II
ATTENDING CONFERENCE smoking, allowances,, punishment Alabama, visited her parents, Mr I I II PHONE: HU3-2395
and other troublesome VALENTINE suggestion for It
In Jacksonville, Friday Saturdayand puberty many ,and Mrs Frank Davis, Mrs W B
points. t
CANDIDATESExpress
ALL
Sunday of this week attending I|Dads Sr her grandmother and
the Ja'ccesVinter Conference will your love and devotion for the I Miss Florida Davis, an aunt last

.. "" be :Mr and Mrs Benjamin Davis, VALENTINE suggestion for voters with an E-R ad. week .. 1 L1Q OIb>L/QD -
ALL CANDIDATESExpress
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Mr and :Mrs Ben Pfeil. A II Smith ,
Mr and Mrs Robert Andrews, C E .your love and devotion for the a

. Quick Hendry., Joe Stafford and Hybcrt voters with an E-R ad. RAMBLER WINS


BABY CAVE
KEEP UP WITH POLITICSIN "

THE E-R Mr and Mrs' -Milton Cave are COMPACT CAR *

announcing the arrival of a baby
The altar flowers Sunday lathe
8th, weighing 7 1 tbs I
,First )lethbdisl Church, were In boy February .
8 oz, at the Madison County Hos ;
memory of Mrs Inez Griffin Owens, pital. The young man has been ECONOMY TEST !
Jlv'en by the junior,Department of named Richard Glen Cate. He has ;

the church school,. In recognition three brothers.
of her many years of faithful ser
vice in the department Adm R M Scruggs has returned Rambler American fops

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jreeks visit to
from a three nearest competitor by
1958 Ford 2 dr Victoria Croix where he was the guest of
. Adm and Mrs John II Shultz. 6.67 miles per gallon in

Lodedandnice$135 .. Pure Oil Economy Trials
ADVERTISERS-The E-R win

appreciate your ad copy ,by- al Daytona
-HARDEE MOTOR CO.
5 p.m. TUESDAY THAN { it
_. + Once again Rambler proves
itisAmerica'sEconomYKing!
e
Under official NASCAR

.,Atteifti. .Tibcct :Farmers!: supervision, the Rambler

....., .\ ***** %, ."* ...r't- American won over all other U.S. economy
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.- .,.' ,,: fc.-.. "*" ... .. '. ., cars to sweep the Compact Car Classin
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warehousu.
+ We. now, have. / .t' the Pure OH Economy Trials held at .
. t' ,..r '': ,., .:'j"-: .v5ij; : vS the Daytona International] Speedway '
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j b did.1.lseases.. C&nplete,3rrie"J". of. 1f'.FUNGICIDESfotobacto- ......,.we, ? : .J.." ...plant .>_. __' M BOM. HHK It 1 i1.1I'nw: X13 Public i Proving Grounds, February 13.

: w te. ,pad & __. RAMMJK> ,AMHUCAH! 51.2M MUsE: Ptr Gallon But gasoline.mileage is only one measure:

, 2. INSTANT VIGORO (water soluble;fertiHierVfpftobacco '... ".' __ 5 5. tAlc: N x1.6 U 4u G,* lertcm.J4..n1eoge r of Rambler, too, on economy.lowest, Rambler'owners'save lowest.. '.!

beds and transplanting. ',". t-v 41.-.8x i 'MG'.... ,. prices
g ... 17AUA 2T' .22-.7 .ar+"rir uplcecp, and highest resale value.

.J '.fSofl fumigahts' V; ,,'Y'wff .. ., COtVAK 39.B82 W..pe 2'.6% aors'hmlaop+
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:. ... ....a .,;. 1MK n965 Qvrp.f, 6" wanssi.aQ..
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WA1EHO.V\'SE. ': t"ti sm..d.....earl..i.C.ap.d Cat Cass .1M aupsiK Key tits tta+nblsr ..... aaiw. I ,
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J GARDEN CIRCLESMrs
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Ben S Waring and Mrs Fred) .
Mtekfer WIre co-hostesses Thursday

and we're tradinghigher morning to the Azalea Circle I|i I x
Fourteen members nth for the ,Ii
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., than ever Interesting program at Mrs War-',
t .' ing s home. j|I

,fo get them. Airs Van H Priest presented the i { H.a \

program illustrating her 'talk! with I J
t! .-,_ Right now, we'll pay,high trade-in prices for used picture slides of former camellia ,

tractors to recondition for used tractor prospects.Act, show*. She also showed films of I :

now and benefit from our special trade-in deal! her, travel in Europe and Cuba., :..

The -hostesses served cold drinks j

A' e7'ti.r. ..r.lft..klll. tThe. Camtilta Circle met with :

Mrs William McChesiiey, veto presented -
for y..r m.Me Y the program consisting of.

echoes of the Camegta
recent
Trade now and get famous IH power and convenience '
Show In Ortando which she
at.
features at a better price. Get the profit-making "
advantages of Fast-Hitch, TA, Traction-Control tended. In her interesting talk she The Celanese House is a dar njadventure The decor is richly enhanced- by Terrace is one of the interesting

and more. It's the Difference That Counts-big told vividly of the many beautiful in residential design. It Or gtnal American Paintings and sections of the House.

difference In features: small difference In dollars. arrangements in the show, and features 12 Claw Pyramid roof Sculpture on loan from The Wht- A program on this house was
the materials used. > structures supporting Hanging Gardens ney Museum of American Art. I featured at the meeting of the.

Mrs Turner Davis entertainedc beautifully landscaped Terraces -': This view from the end of the Junior Women on February 8 at

Buy on our Dogwood Circle with 20 mem, enclosed Patios plastic and I i I Living Room through the Dining I 7:.30 p. m. at the Woman's Club
fabric sliding Panel RoomDividers.KNIGHTLAMB I
IH INCOME PURCHASE PLAN bers. Mrs T G Bouland Jr Introduced .. -Room---opening-- on to the NQrth states Mrs Bob Lay president.The .
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You can own a new tractor on our IH Income Purchase the speaker Mr Wade WIN ... MARRIAGE the Reverend and Mrs Jack Lamb,' couple are residing at the
Plan and let it pay for itself in use. Come 1a.I fong of-the Florida Power Corporation I January 29, 1960, at 8:15 in the Pinson apartments at 114 East ..
C who told interestingly of I evening at Quitman Ga.j Ruthledge Street Madison.
the uses of electricity In interior Mr and Mrs J L Refechman of I Mrs: Lamb is a student at Madison --"-- -

NifH'DlFFE NCE tItfflIltJ.fIHl /$ decor in beautifying:; the home for Madison announce the marriage of. High School, and Mr Lamb ia Mr and Mrs James Conway 'and
their daughter Susan Vann Knight I employed as foreman with Car son Jimmy spent the weekend In
special occasions. lie gave a number to Jimmy Franklin Lamb, son of lson's of Madison. ,Tampa and attended the State Fair..
of door prizes to the guests. Mrs -
FRALEIGH-ASHLEY --- --

; Leila spring M Gibson planting.gave a timely talkon PURE DELIGHT IN RED AND WHITETREAT


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SERVICES FOR WALTER
3-2241 VALDOSTA HIGHWAY :MADISON, FLA. EVANS WELLS I CBR'M

PLENTY OF FREE PARKING :. .4. \
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Funeral Services: for Walter

: OAK HILL NEWS I 1958 English Ford 2 dr,: day Evans night Wells in,, age Tallahassee 79 who died Memorial Mon YOUR FAMILY :. '

\I I Hospital were held at the grave TOTHIS DELICIOUS NEW "
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I Heater $695 i side in Oak Ridge cemetery. The FL.AVORTODAY :.
; HALL-BUCHANAN MARRIAGE Rev Paul Touchton conducted: the ,

F Miss Myra Ann Hall and Mr HARDEE MOTOR CO. service and T J Beggs Jr. Funeral r k'*:= Creamy Super Sue Vanilla lea
; Eugene Buchanan were quietly Home was In charge of arrange Cream laden with flavorful Red

married Jan 29 in the Baptist .. ments. Mr Wells was a natbof ChtrrUs So lovely to look at-W
J pastorium at Pinetta. Rev. WMU Kentucky, but had been living in f v taper good to call!,,It's good f cod
I First Baptist \V.M U met at the Suo
too-so have plenty of Super
W L Wynn performed the cere: Florida for He was a ,
Church Monday a m for the month. many years. r' Ice Cream la your homo at aU '
mon)", They are making their of the Atlantis -
retired employee
4 ly-mission program and business r times. Serve often. Buy and ttj
J home in one of Mrs, I". J Euingtons A Coast Line, and a member. of the Chcrrr-YanilLi todayl I ,1 ,
c Mrs J Hargrove gave the .
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rental units. We glad to
are Methodist church.: f :
mission Panama anda
I programon
welcome this fine young. couple to Survivors are his wife Mrs
} week on the San Bias Islands off.
our community. Dorothy Morgan Wells, of Tallahassee
I
1 the coast of Panama. This
Mr and Mrs Bobby Keeling programwas ; three brothers R J Wellsof
I moved into their lovely new home written by Dr John Miller Alachus. J C Wells St Peters- l rl

in Pinetta recently.- who served in China as a medical burg, and ,Tullis Wells, of Tampa; ,

LADIES' NIGHT missionary a number of years ago and two sisters, Mrs Ellen !goo .
and is now retired. Dr Miller gavein and Mrs Ruth Carter of Reddldc
I The 3rd annual Ladies' night oft
this article vivid clearness of
a uPEas
the Pinetta Community Council
"i Feb 4 was well attended with the mild and beautiful country in I For Quality Furniture Many wonderful flavors e4 ( '1 w
and around Panama and the
many Madison County dignitaries i at d.at.r'- 1'1 .
,/ and their wives present.Mr Islands and though it has not always FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES yout '

Pete Chlsm, 0 I Bag Division been like this, be spoke also FLOOR COVERING -- T-Vs SEE \55 / tart, tans, cup, pInts, .

manager was featured speaker.. of the friendliness and animationof WELLS\ FURNITURE CO.MADISON' 1 thrifty fomUt Ji-saltons 'S "
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the people. Dr Miller spoke of .. f
: The vice president Nels Talk w .. "
gave the progress report in the the spiritual life andIts work', o sI FLA. ;'- ....,,
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the opportunities, and fev --- -- T.. ,
a
absence of Pres Bob Denson, who F
barriers. Mrs Hargrove was most f1 nil: f
could-not be present on account -of ;' ""II>
charming in her ''presentation, and F tt\'iJ; '
Woodward :
illness. Treas Jack introduced t
I added much 'be. ti-10 r.
warmth and'
& Jesse :
the guests Revels \
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introduced the honorary members. I program. '

Mrs Hyem Kramer spoke a few I Miss Rochelle Davis of's !Miami I
student FSU mid Switch U 5wHcht$ .. Co Electric
words of thanks for council help a at spent the C

t in securing the bookmobile and term vacation here visiting be ..
uncle and Mr and Mrs .. .
t urged members to take advantage Benjamin Davis.aunt t The \ A I Aft1 I way to cook and heat wafer) f
of the opportunity to, check out : r
I and read the many fine books "'F r MwI
I Mrs Pauline Drill of "Macon'Ga; ,
I offered. spent last week here with 'ter :
The banquet table was adornei mother. Mrs G W Hale.Dynamftem .- ** 1."
with varicolored .camellias, A de- '" I "

licous menu of roast beef and .
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gravy, mashed potatoes, garden ..
peas, green salad; hot rolls, coconut ,

cake, tea and" coffee was Continued at EAGLES .' .'t .

served by the lovely young ladies ..... b

of Home EC department of Pinetta son. Mr and )(rsV I Reaves and '. ,;f
-. school. boys, Mr and Mrs Bill Fourakersand V a r .

Mrs R P Buchanan spent several Shirley. Mr and Mrs St Heaves -. '>

days in Jacksonville this week and boys and Mrs Hattie Hughes I' 'R

visiting Mr and Mrs Coleman Johnny Gaston Bennie Cox and ,.. .. .. ) .
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flames and other relatives Harry CraftOn were among:those .7" '

Mr Gordon ,Keeling. .Mr and Mrs who attended the Tampa state ...
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Belton Buchanan' end, children: t(Fair Saturday. They also saw .
Mr and Mrs ;Clarence Buchanan'Homasassa Springs and SilverSprings. ,

and family. Mir' "and .Mrs Bobby,, \, 'T |*tt| f T ,

BUchanan,. Mr and Mrs Bernard I MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER .
Cox and Mrs Berthr Mrs Dave Taylor was "honored It.>*
: family Th. trnokt, tftiudgt and tool ol oId-l-feshi4n
Buchanan and der and Mrs Calvin!, with a miscellaneous shower ",,'II" ..
appliances crt gone fortvtr wh.n switch '
, Buchanan And' baby wen -among Saturday night in the home 'of .. you '

"those. who attended the annual I Mrs Durward *Sapp, Mrs :tBobb r- .: '.. to a modem .r hmC rang. and woftf h.aftr. .-

Huggins Buchanan birthday family,i Keeling and Mrs Wayne I rklanl .e<. With I ftctrk c'c oppConcts Ihtrt are no flam** or
reunipn.! This happy affair was j were oo hostesses. Games were
fwmts no mttsy pots or pans or cHrty rooms. _
held SundayIn the home of Mr enjoyed, led by Mrs Keeling, after Switch To decide Ct.klsj endItcllaf
J and..Mrs Carol Lehman of. ,Val- .which Mrjs Taylor open J the rnany ; _: And romtmber: you will save monty WMa. '

i dosta. < :lovely gifts. Delicious cake squares' you go AJl-EJtctric!, In your homo. So switch; .-1' .:. +''Sfat.r utf So. n.' to. sso, !' .

Mr and Mrs J P Kewbern and ,chips and drinks were 's rvee: 'al ., ,- .
end .
;- .' .. rfc cooking water btoting NOW fprd
f children 6f Auburndale spent the the conclusion bf this livelynaffalr. Itv's tat tilDe t. swifci fa nrikhts. W.

weekend with Mr J E Rea\ es. They About thirty attended.Mr : take odvontofo of the big (.nstotlaf. on savings win toy\$25 toward! tit imtslfotion cost

were dinner. "'Sunday of Mr William M King entered the btlng offtrodl
guests tf lock tftctrk row 9' cad rotor fceottrrtploda .
and Mrs R chalton alsO' Mrs Madison -J .
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PAGE EIGHT THE ENTERPRISEJffiOOBDER MADISON, FLORIDA. : ;; FRIDAY;FEBRUARY_ 12th. 1960


1958 Plymouth 4 dr, Dynam-Ifem Days I ANNOUNCES FOR RE-ELECrfON


V-8 eng, heater $895 :Continued at EAGLE'S :

I This car used by City Police Dept.
|I and maintained regularly. CHERRY LAKE I !NEWS

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HARDEE MOTOR CO.
LOOKING IN ON' OUR SCHOOL t

Have an interesting informative
t uWwY r jIJ' J fcbk. into your own school by at.I I

Soil-Fertility Program tending a Study Group School for"
Ccunty Council for PTA on Fe!).'
ruary 18-19 at Cherry Lake School i I

1. Soil Testing. No. 3 from' 7 to 9 pm for alL

County Agent Rudy I lam rick This study offers you an oPPortunity 1rt Ace '
Itr says that field crop producers inMadison to know your school I)#tem.

County are not using ,A"\1 Wen informed panel., will be; I
enough lime and are not givingproper present to answer )'O r-'qU Stions. t
attention to the phosphorus- Mrs John Thigpen attended the'1

potash ratios of their mixed ferttUizers. 'District PTA meeting[ at T4 l has-*
,. see December.5th. *'. J
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His statement ta based on a summary CELEBRATES 80th BIRTHDAY
: of results of analysis o'C 186 Mrs S T'Surles, knbwn'V :all a*I ,'j'William Randell Slaughter an-

s soil samples submitted by MadisonCounty Aunt Kate, celebrated''neh*i80fr :. pounced this week as a candidac -
fanners during the period birthday Monday. February 8th-'At., for reL ction as State

T : July 1, 1938: to June 30, 1959. Each home with relatives and. friend '.. -Att9mey for, 1 f.ljis circuit.
sample was analyzed In the labora- We wish her many more. _
: tory to determine its pH value and Sam Jarvis is a patient at the 0' FOR SCHOOL BOARD

t iU calcium magnesium, phosphorus,' Madison County hospital:: ) .i f DISTRICT. TWO
and potash contents. CIVIC CLUB. <' I respectfully announce that I

Conclusions regarding lime requirements The Cherry Lake Civic dub met am a candidate 'for School Board,

iW were based on consideration Tuesday night at the school with a District 2, Madison County, subjectto

Nels Falk PE'1"E CI S M. manager of of pit value and calcium good attendance. All reports showed the, May 1960 Democratic pri
Super Salesman and magnesium levels found. Those progress on projects. The membership
\ bag plant at Cljrattville, comurged mane My greatest interest In our
.. :-- pOblicinnsr :Madison Coun- regarding fertilizer needs were drive Saturday was successful school system b 'for the best facilities
mended work of Madison Coun. based on consideration of phosphorus and membership continues to Inv
possible. Being of
a parent
.4 ty as Land of the Suwannee {y employees who comprise and potash level crease.
three children in school gives me
and stressed 'phenomenal Approximately 71 per cent of the .Mrs DonnIe ,Barnes ,and son
proabout fourth of his workgress '
a
much interest local schools
in our
'. Daniel Lee of Jacksonville; Ark.
.., L samples tested had pH values be
,of Pinetta I in recent years. force. low 5.5; 29 percent bad pit values are visiting Mr and Mrs D'V and': I would. appreciate the opportunity
,
_
; (Valdosta Times photo). (Valdosta Times photo) between 5.5 and 65; and none of Barnes. Airman Donnie Barnes is to serve you. I earnestly
the samples had pH values above scningith the U S Air Force solicit your support in the coming

I Candidates Panhandling overseas. .. election! <... |
'i CANDIDATES---- 6.5.Soils '. ,T I
It
t J.t : I Voters can't shake you down with pH values below 55 Sincerely j

.. put your best face forward withan when you talk to 'em in an ERA are considered to be too acid for HIGH HONORSGainesville 1. R.. ).V.( .(BOB) MILNER
GO BY KELLY'SFOR official No-Phool Foto.0n1ina.ry best crop production. Those with '" .
values between 5.5 and &5
mug Shot 2.00 pit are Mike McGain. of Perry, 1 Is spendlug
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YOUR WATCH REPAIRING CANDIDATE SPECIAL3.00 considered to be satisfactory from
this week here with his grand
Raymond Ernest
Courteous, Service THE E-R, HU 3-6361 20,000 I\iIips 66 the In many standpoint Instances of soil, calcium acidity and but Brown a University of Florida! parents Mr and Mrs W E McCain.

:,. Outstanding Values magnesium levels are too low for graduate from Madison was gradu .
MARCH OF DIMES ated with high honors in January
.
beet growth.Approximately
;. Come In and See Us Stations BeigRepainted crop '..
93 percent of the commencement exercises here. THEWEATHERlWeek !
KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP t
Brown was awarded a bachelors
samples with pH values below 5.5
MADISON The new March of Dimes campaign were low in calcium; 70 percent degree in Agriculture (BSAE). ; )

; In Madison county broughtIn were low in magnesium; and 68 ending February 9th .
i
nearly $4000. Those In charge percent were low In both calcium I Mrs W II Williamson and her Max. Min ftf.
thank all the many volunteers who NEW SIGNS AND COLORS DUE and magnesium. Of the samples with i brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Wednesday 68 60 .07

OFFICE PROMOTION gave of their time and talents to IN BIG CHANCE-OVER pH values between 5.5 and 6.5, 56percent Mrs Arch McNeill of Cairo. Ga. Thursday 60 53 .08

make the campaign a big ,success. were low In calcium: 44 visited their brother. Dan McNeill Friday 76 55 1.53

William T lay, son of Mrs Rosa, These volunteers have joined In the Cherry's 66 Service Station has percent were low in magnesium who Is ill at Baptist Memorial Saturday 60 46 .00

Stroud Hay, who hat been connected fight against birth defects, arthritis recently been repainted and remodeled and approximately 26 percent were Hospital. Jacksonville, the past Sunday 62 33 .00
and polio, three major cripplersthat low In both calcium and magnesium.
with the CM A C office in keeping with Phillips .et'k.Don't Monday; affect one In every' toUr U. S. Petroleum These results emphasize the !Importance Iet-Y friendly Tuesday .t.: 71 46 .00
,
at Ft Pierce CompanynatJonwlde
was recently promoted
families. of basing lime applications
to office supervisor at Fort The chairmen In the various com- program. 'j on consideration of calcium courteous competitors do all TOTAL. ; 1.68

Lauderdale* effective March 1, munlties, and the amount of money Phillips Petroleum Company has. and magnesium level, as well ** dvertisinsl! Dial The E-R,: Rainfall weekending' I:eb 6th at

1960. Mrs Hay,;and daughters'Rosa-, raised are as follow;.: started one of the biggest change pit values.1 They indicate the need HU 3-6361, and say. "Gimmean Gibson Tow r' 1.60'ln, Lovett Tower
find and Martha are preparing to Cherry LakeMrsStephen Wlatt avert in petroleum marketing history for either dolomitlc limestone or ad Mrs 1.60 In, Aucilla Tower' 1.60 in.
"move there ..shortly. $189.10. with a campaign to erect a newly a combination of calcic limestone Wilson. Sincla'r' Tower 2.10 in. Mill Creek
r Greenville-:Mrs Peter ,J Stern adapted sign and .; redecorate and soluable magnesium. Tower 2.30 hi Madison forestry

:" Mm Ben S Waring and daughters, 43726. ', nearly 20,000 service stations with With regard to fertilizer, 6 percent Agent Hamrick says that soil headquarters 1.90 in.
1 1t Lee-Mrs Joe Miller $20231:: of the soils tested needed testing is the modern method for Sun rises'Feb 12th 7:20 am. sets
Hisses Martha and Rosa Mabel a new color scheme. I
Madison+Mrs Chtrle S Knot. fertilizers relatively high In phos- determining the kinds and amountsof 6:19 pm.
Miss Francine Milliner and Miss $211137. The change Is the result of extensive phorus and low in potash 63 percent lime and fertilizer required for Full moon Teb 12th 12:24: pn;.

;,. Mary end in Kay Plant Burnette spent the .week Pinetta-Mr* George William research by Phillips Petroleum needed low phosphorus andhigh I economical crop production. He Moon in constellation of Cancer
City visiting Mrs '" Company and an industrial fertilizers and 31 Madison farmers Feb 12th.
i, $316.71. i potash ; percent urges County to
j Waring' sister Mrs R S Baker
y,: and attended the Negroes-Lennle Collins $599.77. design company. The new colors needed equal amounts of phos contact him for information on R'gh: tide Feb 12th at St. Marks
State Fair In
Tampa. TOTAL FOR COUNTY $3857.72 will feature white with brilliant phorus and potash. : taking and submitting soil samples. light 2:01 am.

.. red trim and colorful interiors. .

: WE ARE HEADQUARTERS ( : Through the study Phillips and the .
L i95lCheyr.ki4; dr industrial designers were concerned '

with attracting the feminine THE BOOK THAT CAN .
I customer FREE!
.
FOR MAJOR: ) AP- .s well as the roen.The .-- .. ___ ,
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Heater & ike"$10$5 action of women to the brighterand SAVE YOU $200-5500: THIS YEAR : 0

UANCES. WESTERN cleaner look of the Phillips

MOTOR CO. 66"' stations has been enthusiastic .. ... .
AUTO. HARDEE officials stated.

New sign have been adopted for lIJlB 1&1 TARK" G11JDBBHBR'f

-- the first time in thirty-two years.

The former orange and black sign ..
SOUTHLAND FURNITURE has been changed to a brilliant

red with black letters on a white NAMES NAMES. "An Analytical
P. 0. Box 1004 CH 2-1970
background but the
., shield shape Comparison of the U.S. Compact Cars"
VALDOSTA, GEORGIA will be retained.
free at
pulls no punches get your copy _
The complete changeover 20,000 your Studebaker Dealer.
WHOLESALE UPHOLSTERERS outlet In 35 states U expected to '
-* .-." take about SAVES YOU MONEfc Examine the
one .
yea
4 offers' the BEST QUALITY reupholstering for-the' lowest While service stations are the facti in this handy buyer's guide. Judge .. .

possible prices .-' .,,;.,: r display cases of the toew look", ,,,, tj""'""' for yourself how The Lark really stacks r'T_ .

EVERY PIECE OF FURNITURE IS: many other functions of Phillips t up against the others. ., o' .:
will reflect the change All new '
1. Completely tripped of old cover; and ', cans, packages uniforms i STICKS TO FACTSffid charts }
letterheads
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'" them all 'roominess.
for
.' 2. Frame checked and tightened. ', *,? labels, lease** signV; tank compare quality; : .-
.
i trucks driving comfort, and ease of..entry.DOCUMENTED ;,
y. 3; Finish is touched up. cars and advertisements '

f 4. Springs retied or replaced. will carry, the new Phillips' look PROOF..Shows.. that one car offers you c

6. Padding added where needed. '" to the public eye. (advt) more selection, more satisfaction more quality-more of every :-.,..
.
f' want. Discover all the facts and you'll love that Lark- '
6. New thing you
smartly tailored cover applied. j .
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO now proven by more than a billion owner-driven miles.QUALITY- .
l' You then have furniture that feels good aria looks like new for REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME I. MAKE
BUILT BY THI QUALITY
;'... a fraction of the price. -

NOTICE is hereby given that the
r J Our sprinkler protected MODERN Production undersigned Intend to register with

r warehouse assures you of methods plus quantity buying the Clerk of the Circuit: Court of

:. ..,.. :'f safety for your furniture. means lower prices. for Madison County, Florida the fictitious
r, ALSO your furniture Is you. name of CAVE'S FEED &
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insured from the minute we FARM SUPPLY
under which the
We rebuilt over1.600
pick it Ul
we
up return it undersigned
are engaged in the Cityof
pieces of furniture in
to you-at no extra
cost to 1959. Madison Madison County Flori
you._ da. That the names of the owners
L- 2-pc. SOFA BED- suites of CAVE'S FEED A FARM SUPPLY
J before ybu bave it redone -
and their
laterals
respective
are oar Specialty. i-
write call or come
; Uiereln are u follows
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I ))1' ";.. see us. I -We have fabrics that fit W M cave. Jr Ma&:son, Florida I
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I ,i ; ALLVORK UXCONDrranr +budget. 'L 52%. ..I,ct;
14t; tONALLY CUARANTEED W R Cave. Madison Florida 43%. US AVD PRICE SIX jTt*SNIXG STJLCS it your STUDESAKER DEALER'S '', "
':11 We are licensed ..torenovate W if: ,CAVE, JR. .
:it. t ': We do ;NAT.'P o:tier long furnitureIn Florida W'R.CASE. ,
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j i installment terms as J our 1 As ptrmert trading: and doing : .

I prices are based on quality business tinder the firm name and 5'C. VERNON
PAGANS
work at the most reasonFine pick-up and delivery style of CAVE'S FEED FARM .
able price available. in the Madison area. SUPPLY. 22.4t-drli&M .

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Call or Write us for free estimates or come Vy our factory and) GOODYEAR TIRESMS -: dr. Fkiia
'Me ad DwaJ Streets Na&oB '
I ; showroom at 311 S. F cent St in Valdosta aad lee our:'Complete: BAY STATION f : i .
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selection of covers ... .
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&'church. Long,long ago. > 4r
when everybody spoke Latin,somebody -
nicknamed the church on .# I
earth "Ecclesla Mill tans," the \ !
church at War. Only the church In
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also suffering, and the church T
wages war against that as every THE
church hospital testifies. There Is KEY

ignorance, and so the numberof ,
church schools and colleges
grows year by year. (Ugliness is
,another form of evil,but the church I '
has been very slow to recognizethis
1 and Indeed finny churches

have actually added to the.jsum of, i t
ugliness .In the world. But that is
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another story.) andfhe'a i

When Evil Is Organized

i A great part of the evil In the .)'i. :

world Is spontaneous. Nobody I. .. .
seems to push It, It Just starts by .' I .J, '. t
!Itself. It Is occasional not regular,
'unpredictable not certain, individual

not organized. .QPENDOORt.

'F f t.But another great part j>f the
world's evil is regular, certain'and r .
far from spontaneous. It is organIzed -
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It knows the church Is its t' .. -.

eaemyut 1lt-takeb- steps, often an .. .. ,. -
too effective, to muzzle the church ... .J
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or opposition..by any'meaty"to Wat down its I f ; ; ,. : \' ; '.i..4' THE CHUROH FOR ALL .

One of the discoveries of that the ALL FOR THE CHURCH
life
In the story of Saint Paul at disturbing is. trul&one man ;

Ephesus, there is a typical case of cherishes seems a mystery to another.. The Church u the greatest factor on earth for
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organized evil. The silversmithsthere ... 't the building of ,character and good citizenship. 'T .

little shrines did a big of the business local goddess making But is that surprising? We Jive in a" world! of doors and locks. To t' It is a storehouse spiritual 1 values. Without a' .

l and selling these. When Christian 4 the, man with the Key a door opens. To another it remains closed. } strpng Church neither democracy'nor civilization
:. ity came to Ephesus the,persons >t can survive. There are four sound reasons why
."
i .of Paul and others, these silver* Among the keys 'to spiritual truth is one called HUMILITY. It every; person should attend services i regularly and
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smiths were not heard from, foi ,.accounts for of the millions who worship God Sunday in f support the Church. They 'are: flt I) For his
some time. But as more and n,or; ". many every ,
own like. (2), For hu children's sale. O) For
persons were converted fewer
an- I the. churches of our land. .
fewer believed in the local gojde" ,1 1 the" sale of hts community and nation. (4) For

pr bought her little shrines, any.more. the saketaf the. Church itself which needs his
; '" An American President said"I have been driven times
So then the:silversmiths got ; once many .
together, worked up a mass meet I U. my'knees by the knowledge that my own strength, and'that of all r moral nandinatmalsupport 1 Plan to ;oto
ing. raised so much trouble In fact I church regularly and read your Bible daily.
that for a bad few minutes it looked around .me, was insufficient for that day." '

as if Paul might not get; out of themob's > *". 'Day Book Chapter Verses .
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clutches alive. He ruled 'a nation divided. But neither Blue nor Gray ever ques-- f Sunday .Colossians 1 26-29
As with that Incident, so It is ;
I always The motive for organized .' 'j: J J tioned'the humility of the man who signed his name, 'A.. :Lincoln." Monday Romans 3 2224. :
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(evil, determined, planned opposition t !I 'i ; I Tuesday Micah -G 8
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to the church and what it is Matthew 16 19
only'theporial SunWednesday
Not but the God's House
Truth of
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doing-the motive is nearly always : "' it'\; Thursday Psalms 284 7-9

money. Whenever it becomes clear!* f\ day an dpen. ,Door to bumble men! Friday Ephesiaa 6' 5-3
that if the church's .
convictions .
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the Income of a large numberof ', .. >
people will be cut down or cut .:
'off,then you see evil getting organIzed Lkf > : I Ic.hril"
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ours organized, when-that evils is of, when any they sort represent are. .. '; -.- ': .'. -"twl" ',;,, ,:,: '" ,, '.......'e .:: '- -' 'lfir'i&; ....:.<:','

investments of money on awide '..

scale, when their stocks are .. ,
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such evils become more deadly than
j ever, tor.then otherwise good and
4. Intelligent people will support such These Eell ious Messages are being Published Each Week Sponsored by the Following Individuals and
1 evils on the ground that to Interfere
wfta-thera Interferes with the Establishments:
i 3 right of private property,tfee'right i
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of Investors the profit motive.Take '. a_ . .. ..
iJ; the liquor business as an outstanding ,

profitable example.to its It operators.,Ia enormously Liquor MADISON DRUG STORE REGISTER'S AUTO SERVICE WESTERN AUTO STORE

is made available to American ,Phone HU MM Madison, .n. A DUNN Ft1RNITUBECO. "

troops abroad, in scene areas at t ,.The Reza. Stogy t.., .' -.3. ,if 1.. Sae_ ;.'i't:. Owaar. ... ,. I ,,
cost; this reduces the stateside- Phone HU 3-23001 Madison Fla MADISON1. FLA.: '" i
Phone HU 3-233S, Madison, ,FIa :
price by u much as three-fourths. .. .
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tcr, who calls himself Mr. pends largely upon that of
ActionWe I
Delay Democrat, says he will not city, nevertheless there is
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ne VdWtMT; IPSEICCNKIw.r..a hope Governor Collins run for re-election as National siderable farming activity

terraU rauw Me .w.ia a.r. w w.w ..r will delay action on the chimp'scase Committeeman, but Sheriff so, and corn, sugar cane,
Published Weekly Subscription $3.76 Per Year In Advance and maybe in the mean- Spottswood, down at Key West, potatoes, sweet potatoes, I I

Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year time Tomarchin, and the zoo wants the job. Senator Smath- peas, cabbage, peppers,

Advertising Rates Made: Known on Application can -come to terms with To- era gets back this week from plant, cucumbers, [
marchin keeping Mr. Moke. At South America and is expectedto beans, onions, strawberries
Entered at the Madison Post Office as tecond-class matter June any rate we are pulling for say positively whether or other truck crops, pe

e5. 1908. under Act of March & 1879. them; as a mattter of fact we not Jie will be a favorite..son grapes, plums, figs

OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. :MERCHANT, ,JR. do not approve of zoos much candidate for President. We persimmons, blueberries, l

AND ASSOCIATES ft. any. way I- they keep creatures think the ordinary run of berries pecans, oats, rye,

confined for people ,to gape at people would like* ft betfervif nuts, velvet 'beans \ ;

t NEW MADISON ENTERPRISE RECORDER, ESTABLISHED; ESTABLISHED 1865'j: instead of letting tthem.:.run he should say No. Let :anybody sorghum, millet and ,ot pea-I

t 'It CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 v loose in God's great sunlightin who wishes to stand theexpense forage crops are grown.

their own, native-habItat. of being a convention raising is an important
I i T. C. MERCHANT, Editor aad Publisher : .If' ., "" eletfate, announce himselfrfd' ry; and-.the city:wu.'origi'nal>

.. { T. C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor state his bona fide preferencefor called Cow Ford. The
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:* MR A. W. YAWN, City Editor' r.r+;' '... Opportunity To Learn president and something of has a number educational !

MRS. 'W.. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. Cyril 0. Houle, a native I what he stands for, and then institutions, including !

Floridian now professor of 1 Ilet the people themselves ex I ville University and the :' I
Mr.Me zees, all there is to it, and does education at ,the University of. press their wishes by their sonville College of Music. T : I

Quite a.'"curious situation has the chimpanzee, as Chief Justice Chicago, gave the Commencement [votes. county was created in 1822 ;I I
said in his decision
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come up I tin, this state over Mr address at Florida State named for Florida's first

Moke, the chimpanzee, whose I fore the concerning great War the slave Between be- University last week and madea ; Great Naval Air Station Governor William P

former owner, J>Ir. Tomarchin, ringing plea for a society in, The city was named for
the States,. have no rights 't 1 Duval second largestin
sold to the St Louis zoo, and which most adults continue to county, I Andrew Jackson. A
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that he ,(the white man) is population in the state, has fire
learn all their lives. It is impossible I destroyed a_great part
backiPPed bound to respect?" Tomarchin II in a whole lifetime to J an area about a sixth larger I the city May 3, 1901, but :
claims that, his relation with | that of Madison county
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and a note double the early learn more than a small amount sonville grew back into a
T'J the chimp is like that ,of father I, and a population about thirty, greater
sale and brought the and city. Next
price, of worth-while things certainty '
chimp back to Florida with him. and son, and .we can well un- it cannot be done in a times as great. The county seat, Escambia county.. .
derstand that to be, for the is the second
Jacksonville,
!A hearing was held in Tallahassee comparatively few years in
little fellow, judging from his in the state and
largest city ,
last week over whether school 'even though those few
antics as told in the Tallahassee accounts for more than half Key H E Nation to
Governor Collins should turn years help so much to prepare '
papers, is as cute as can | the county's population. The
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Mr. Tomarchin and Mr. Moke for life. After aD Commencement

one ,
f be, and after Tomarchin's haying deep-water port at Jacksonville Pastor Assembly of
over to St Louis authorities is just a commencement -
looked after the chimp for and the fact that so many'
2ind indications' that he 'one's
were and education !
so long, certainly a bond of railroad and highway systems I God Church
would do so. well after
might keep right on
affection grew1p between converge into the city make the
school and/or college days to i iI a'I
them. Furthermore, Tomarchin important Rev H E Nation a'I
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county an :
the extent that such is at all I distribu-j
: Would Be Clear claims that Mr. Moke would i lion and to Madison to a call at the :
practicable. The'adult education Assembly of God Church In ) i
Strictly legally, and considering grieve and perhaps die if they programs of recent years and' Freighters from all over the son as Pastor.
were separated. world anchor in front of the Rev Nation
Mr bloke just as a cow, other programs offer a great extends a
to ail, old and
hog, sheep, or any other animal !- i opportunity for persons to city huge warehouses.* A I I|attend Sunday services.new friends, J

Governor Collins' course, study subjects that for one rea, $100,000,000 naval air station|II I|School 10 o'clock Worship I 1
if he orders Mr. Moke sent Dentim) md Affection son or other they were notable 'located ten miles south of Jacksonville 11 a. m. Evening services at : 1
back would be entirely clear.! I I is one of the largest p. m. every Sunday.
to get to when they were I; Mid-week services Thursday
The idea of the chimp's affection and i finest naval air I
stations
Mr. Tomarchin sold the chimp ) at 7 o'clock.
I younger, and yet in which they]1 f (advt
in good faith to the zoo, and' for Tomarchin may well are interested. And in our own in the country Principal manu I I'I. -

there is no law to make the I be not exaggerated. Anybody county: we are especially blessed ''I. facturing industries .in, the v. THE.. BOOK SHELF :
zoo sell him back regardlessof who has been around dogs with having the colleges rightat county include food and kindred t -
much has that I This book and many others
devotion
seen chemicals and allied
price offered We. can understand our doors and the opportunity -I products, available In the Madison I 1
t.: Mr.. Tomarchin's great I and affection, and glimpses of, to take these studies at' products, transportation equipment Library. !

: .desire to have the chimp back, such may be see in other ani such little expense. Many older, v (including shipbuilding)! Home Movies. Made Easy I :

rand sympathize with him; for mals. It could well be the casein persons are availing themselves and repair), printing and pub-;f movie Bob Knight making All can aspects be found of in t I ;

5e, and many others, have Mr. Moke, for Webster's of these courses too, we lushing, lumber and lumber, clearly written and !

...... ., parted with persons or things J dictionary defines the chimpanzee are glad to say. products, machinery, paper and I illustrated book. Beginning with f,
f' *::(not chimps however) and then 1 as an "African ape which! I paper products, and cigars)selection then! of Into equipment the
goes -n adequate
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approaches more nearly to man, Jacksonville is business head-
; greatly wanted them back.t Would like "Ne" Belter' ample discussion of how the te
; 'Numbers of people, tired and in most respects, than any quarters for many Florida concerns camera works. The major part
i: disgusted, or irritated for the other ape." In this connection No new candidates for Governor I and state headquarters, the book however is devoted

I ... J*'time being: have thrown up and to lighten up the parajgn.ph this week, and none ex-1' for many national organza-I movie the technique making with being all discussed aspects !

:. ::1".th h' jobs,,and then very,much we recall a little story petted. In fact all are in the( tlons. Jt is one of the largest angles exposure, speed lenses

i'$ Slanted. them again though in Carlton Smith told us a number, race who would have any insurance centers in the country. -' tricks.

,". jr. many cases getting them back cf years ago. The human race i chance"now, and, if anything,: The county is one of the BY FRED ANDREWS. eI

'I was impossible. is certainly not very particular some will drop out by the end state's leading producers and f :
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': about what it eats, and Carlton,j of qualifying time. Others are I marketers of seafoods. The city, Goodyear $12.95 ;

to"J .. uho spent some years in een..f ,coming into the other races, leas large hotels and department .I 670 x 15, AU Weather -
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I : soup to eat but that ,Secretary of State's race as fifteen miles away are the MESSER _

But is the ropertylaw! V hewould not*think of party ,also hasformerly N.P\Waiawriahti!fa nom*ocean beaches, \\'hIIIe 1

Fwhich would. ....it, >,, tulle. .. h-pan-, ."i 5iV. ff such repast.* fH of st. r. 'iera ear-. Ihe economy of the% 'i doM :-: Battery & Tn Ct.;
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churches friend fibers/ and! ,his std. mnj check. youngster
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.... .' a J 'f>} "( '"j. ,',: America way of life and our countrY's* ....at. .
And he'r hcfpfeet, ** d. '*nyniinf. ,.al it'-; tiatiit i when he grows> 1 he has to take off and at source of,leadership.Away .
.J"t6r.., from the reiimented bee-hire Hfe of the .
: .try te find eppertmnityis+mewhere f .eke I .MdeterPlees: where: hft .iielehbors hare:scattered eiiies, a child has better chance to develop'the

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fciint. their L--v ,'fertiHiee. .. +:ifi; "ether f,tats,,' "* : becawte we" 4+.'* have oppertimttiea:-- for. them.,. (w -*... fottable t w down'I TID t on standards the Great, Give-Away we're Loin*.. .to...Juretoi .all. .,f t
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FORESTRY CONS TM"Ts-TDtBER
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CHERRY LAKE METHODIST' ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST' JEHOVAH WITKESSES Charter Approved For ,. ..
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I 118 N. Orange St Phone HU 3-6335 R
.A preaching service every Sunday -

1st and WE 3rd WELCOME Sundays YOU 11:00 a. m. A preaching Service every Sunday Bible. Study MEETINGS: Wednesday: 7:30 P. M. Perry S & L GroupTo t ,,

.morning Service : Friday 7:00 P. M.
Meeting
2nd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m.
Sunday School each I 1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a, m. :Ministry School: Friday 8:00 P. )t Serve This Area PHOTOS FOR CANDIDATES

at 10:00 a. m. 2nd and 4th Sundays ,UOO a. BL. .Watchtower Bible Study Whether you're running for dcatcher QIiif" -
Sunday : ,. ,.: 'I" "i'-;" ..>> .'
Service each Sunday School every Sunday.1st 'Sunday 7:00 P. M. constable 'or Governor ,'" .::
Prayer .7y
m. and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. Kingdom Seekers Welcome.No The application for a charter for '011.11 need plenty of photographs
Wednesday covered; 8:00.p. 2nd' and 4th Sundays 10:00 a, m. ,Collection Taken. the Perry Federal Savings and Loan I of :yourself.

\ Family dish supper Night, Friday '.. Family Night Covered Dish Supper Association the Federal has Savings been approved and Loan by You'll find the famous E-R' NO- \

/before 1st 'Sunday. 7:30 p. In. Friday night after second Sunday Candidates-Strew your name Bank Board Washington, D C I, FHOOL PHOTOS perfect for every. I
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month at 7:00 m.Woman's .
promptly p. occasion.
Woman's Society of every E-R Frank H Bolton said
of Christian Ser- all around the county with last week. I
Society
Christian Service ORDINARY MUG SHOTS $2.00
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(t meets Thursday after -'.",. vice meets on Monday night after campaign cards, posters, cir the establishment of the way Federal for :1 C CANDIDATE'S SPECIAL, .. }t" t

I 1st Sunday 8:00: p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. culars. Be sure to say some Savings and Loan institution here PHOTOS ............_._.___.. *S3.00> i

Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meets thing nice about yourself evenif that will serve the six counties of (This $ .00-deal makes you look

i alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on I: one else will Taylor Jefferson, Madison Suwan- ,4; r' 't ten years younger, brings out your .
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\Springs Tuesday after Tuesday after the 4th Sunday nee, Lafayette and Dixie. human warmth and affection for all ,
4th Sunday 8:00; p. m. 8:00 p. m. The approval was granted subjectto voters before the election and .

Official Board meets 1st Wednesday The Official Board meets( each SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW the subscription of $250OOC ,,!t s..I, hints at a trace of statesmanship.R .. ,. '
each even numbered. month M A F capital from at least 200 stock I It costs slightly more than the [
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after prayer service. following cupper 7:30 A. 1L Gospel Music holders for the new financial Insti- $2.00 package, but well worth it).

Commission on Education meets Family Night 7:55 News ",,' Remember Candidates, in the
each odd numbered P. K. ROWELL, S. S. Supt. tution.Bolton !1 ii 4' "
lit Wednesday 8:00 Baptist Hour said citizens interestedin 1960 election, put your BEST'FACE "
month after prayer service. MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE, Treas.C '8:30 Gospel Music becoming stockholders may contact FORWARD with a famous E-R
JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. B. DAVIS, PASTORLEE 9:<'0 .Revival Time any member of the proposed NO-PHOOL FOTO.

THOMAS SURLES, HARRY .M. 9:30 Gospel Concert board of directors which Includes Dial ,lID 3-6361.. THE ENTER

COCHRAN Asst's.C. METHODIST CHURCH 10:00 News Bolton, Judge Byron BuUer, NedP PRISE-RECORDER since 1865.

B. DAVIS, Pastor.- Preaching Every Sunday.1st Jom" Sunday Serenade Brafford. Robert Christopher,, and say, "GIMME A CANDIDATE'SSPECIAL
and 3rd Sundays 10:45 Prelude to Worship P 0 Lockhart GV Clark, Dr FOTO. I WANT TO WIN '

t FIRST BAPTIST 'CHURCH __._._ 11:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. 11:00 ltornlnlVorshlp John II Parker Jr all of Perry,, TIlE ELECTION." 1I :
*. '. GREENVILLE, FLA. 2nd and 4th ,Sundays :.. 9:00 a. m. 12:00 News Carl Langford of Orlando and I

... Sunday School ........... 10:00 A. M. Sunday School Every 12:15 Afternoon Melodies Ollic Williams of Cross City.
"Morning Worship -_ 11:00 A. M. Sunday - 10:00 a. m. 1225 News Bolton indicated he hoped to have
Baptist Training Course 6:45: P. M. Methodist Youth Fellowship 1:00 Afternoon Melodies the new firm established within 6C<

Evening Worship -o7:30 P. M. 60 p. .m 1:30 Afternoon Melodic days.
Prayer Meefoig Wed. 7:30 P. M.HANSON BOB SEARCY. Sunday School Supt 1:40 Serenade In Blue Tentative' headquarters for thc :' ;': BUSINESSMEN ,. .
135 News new savings and loan firm will be .
METHODISTCHURCH' CHURCH 2:00 Hour 0: Decision in the Dixie. 'Taylor1' Hotel and Ot's Jf. jrou want customers every'Week
PINE GROVE BAPTIST, 4 '
Preaching Services ,every First\ '
and Tb1n 'Sunday I 11:00: A. M. __ 2:30 Musical Sunday Bolton Indicated that the tint flooi in your ,store'tell: 'em
225 News of the hotel be renovated
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may
.1 and 7:00 P. M. Preaching: every Sunday j\ 3:00 Musical about it in an E-R ad
Sunday. aZ provide. permanent ,Lhome.for'ith e .I ; every
Sunday School every- Sunday* Sunday School-,..__, .., 10:00 A. IL 355 News institution. ''I. J 666" itfpplp '. ,'" .*.", vlA

&|; 10:30A. Morning Worship _...11:00 A.!b!. 4:00. ". Hit Parade* :'" .,.. : t The Jw group will, cUe;4oKt I '
Family Night Saturday beforeEvery P/M. :55 News 1 I J J 1 I ()m03 0,
Sunday Evening, BTU 6:30; ( for home Improvement new home!t T .
second 'Sunda00 P. M. Evening Services: 7:30 P.'M.. 5:00 Hosle At Sundown and longer term, commercial: loam ,... .. ..
REV C. M. 8APPINCTON. Pastor Prayer Meeting Wednesday 5:30 Ueadltet A TITeilbn, Savings accounts wfll fay the current : i.'"Iic ,)trt4 ) '

HOPEWELL I BAPTIST', CHURCH Evening _- :_....._. 7:00 P. M. 5:33 Sign Off 4% Interest All deposit art

Sunday Scbofl, ..*. ..-.. ,10:00 A. M. W B SEALS, S S Superintendent PROGRAMS SUBJECT. TCCHANOEW I insured by the Federal Savings and .

Morning Worship',. tOO A. M.Baptfet I ARTHUR' CRUCE, THlnlng l Ua5onDirector. f 1'tiOUT NOTTCB 4 +,, Loan Insurance'!\ rp.1! of} Wash* : .. :I 'iI iU ,I'
Training ''UnhaT i 6:30 T. 'M. f'ERNEST J fton. DC ,. -s;

Evening Worship' \.. .l::s.1'OOJp.'M' GURR, Minister Btltoa pointed .cu that the i Fed ..
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Midweek Prayer Serri r7:3Q,P. M. ,- DaOyPrifrwScWjW*.: era! Savings and Loan is owned b Y

Brotherhood last Thursday the 'people' of the community. He ,
I WELCOME TO NlalJllr 1 13Ag" 1 iI I.A&IOO"A.K .\
ach month at 7:30 P. M. SllDJo7t.'r tatt regulations require thatfejtleast t tt
NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH : *24Q stockholders W
OfF. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M., onTtfx T
6:02 Fla. Fans Hr. records and tha 90 dl f
cent
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1rI r. M' '' World A,State Newa t'T1 f K
6125
Come: Worship With T7s l ; ,1 1' 't Dl
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3rd Thursday ......- 2:30 P. M. the 1250.000 capital be furnished .
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 6.30 Fla. Farm Hour
by Individuals.
SINGLETARY S. S. SuptALBERT
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KELLEY, B.T.U. Director Morning Worship 1130 A. M. 6:45 Rudy Han>tick, lie said that the law prohibits
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. Men. Wed. Fit) I
REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN, Pastor one man or a small croup of men
Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. 623 World News from furnishing all or a major part

WELCOME.TQ,,. Alkl-week.Prayer Service 1:30 P. M. 7sOO State .New of the capital and thus control the
MT. OLlVEfBAPTISTlCHURCH Brotherhood 4th-Friday 7:30 P M *7:051' i Coffee With': Ray i -d n: '\ i '

Sunday School '*..........I HOrOO1; :A. M.: Jack Pickles _.._ S. S. Supt ,7:451 ". "r World Nm "O% : g I .. ,"ItU J. -

Morning Worship _...- llrob A. )I.: Sim Andrews ... B. T. U. Director f' 7:5oV r i State ,News* I W -. 4 .: . .......
Training Union .. 6:30 P. M. REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor 725 Weather News NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S bb SALE .::.. _,__",. ,,,;o,..,.........._.........t...... .

t E'cnlngVorship _..,? .:30 P. M. 8:00 Offee wits Ray Notice is hereby given that pursuant
Prayer Meeting _-.:..+-. 7:30 P. M. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 9:00 ,Moraine l>eotions to a writ of Execution'ton The kind of peace of mind our
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Church Business 'Meeting First CHURCH If 3:15 Musical Xntertede' Judgment for Money, Issued out of
9:30 Music Unlimited the Small Claims Court in and for '
Wednesday night of each month.
Brotherhood and W.M.U. Second Preaching Services every Sunday 10:00 News Madison County. Florida dated Sickness and Accident plan gives you

Thursday night of each month. Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 10:05' Music Unlimited October 8. 1959 In the cause wherein -
Preaching Services Every Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. ', : 10:30. Music Unlimited V C Champeaux is plaintiff and Our Sickness and Accident insurance provides your

Come Worship With Us.REV. Sunday. School every, Sunday.. at. ll.-OO Music Unlimited Audrey and Richard Stringfcltow, family with this 4-way protection: (1) payment of most
.. DOZIER SAPP, Pastor 10:00 A. M.BTU'Every, 11:115 Public Service .- indfvidaals, d/b/m Town Square* Inn hospital bills (2) assistance with major medical
Sunday at 6:15 P. M. 11:30 Record Session are defendants, I. Stmmle H Moore,
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH 12:00 World News expenses; ((3) income to replace earnings lost through
Prayer Meeting every Wednesday as Sheriff of Madison County, Florida
'REV. I. T. CARTER. Pastor at 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood 12:15 P3L Noontime Notes have levied upon all of the disability; (4) large lump sum benefits for fatal or I

Services every Sunday first Thursday every 12:30 Talk Of The Town right, title and interest of the above crippling injuries.Call us for details.. today.

Sunday School ...__..... 10:00 A. M. month at 7:30 P. M. 12:40 Uncle Ned named defendants in the following
f Morning Worship 4.;._ 11:00 A. }J.I Everybody Welcome. 12:45 State News described property. located In what INSURANCE AGENCY
MORROW\
Training Union .....___.. 7:00 P. M.: REV. J. TC. COlUNS. Pastor. 12:50 Farm News is known as Town Square Inn, In
..EenlngVorshlp ........ 8:00 P. M.' 12:55V ather News '
Madison Florida, to wit: "
Prayer Meeting WeA .... 7:30 P. M. MADISON CHURCH OF CHRISTI 1:00 imibilly JUt Parade Telephone HU 3-62
One (1) 5-Ton Bruner Air Con 108 W. Pinckney,
.1 701 South Range 125 News ditioner complete with pump and 4.

MOSELEY ,HALL BAPTIST Sunday Bible Study 10:00 A. )LLord's 2:00 Gospel Time tower, and that Rtpreitntbtg the Hartford fire Insurance Company Group

CHURCH Supper and 2:30 Public Service On the 29th ,day of February.A ,
REV. JACK LAMB ..._.._... PastorS. Edification ......____ 11:00 A. M. 2:45 Afternoon Melodies D 1960. at' the west front door

R. Sapp. .... Chairman Board, of. Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 225 World & State News of the Madison'County Courthousein I
Deacons: Wednesday Evening 3:00 Afternoon Melodies the City of Madison Florida

Billy Bailey ........ B.T.U. Director Services __._.,,.._._ 7:30 P. M. 3:45 Public Service between the legal hours of sale,
Leroy Cruse ...__, Associate Director 4:00 News to wit: 11:00 o'clock In the fore- 1FUELMORE
Leroy. Cruse ...___...... S. S. Supt. NEW HOPEFUL 4:03: Request Parade noon and 2:00 o'clock In the afternoon FUEL
Miss Merle Bass .. *-*. Song Leader MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 425 World & State News I will offer the said.prop

Mrs Juanita Cruse, ..,*-..._ t Pianist : Services every first and third 5:00 Request Parade > >. erty for sale at public outcry and
Sunday School ........ 10:00 A. M. Sundays 'at 11 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. 5:43 Sports Highlights will sell the same to the highest

Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. )l Sunday School every Sunday 10:00a. 6:00: World News and best bidder or bidders for

..... ... P. m.training 6:15 Twilight Tunes
Training Union, ... 7:00 M. CASH, the proceeds to be appliedas
Evening. WorshipJL._ 8:00 P. ItPr&'er : Union. every Sunday 7:00 625 News far as may be to the paymentof GASOLINE, KEROSENE TRACTOR FUEL

Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. p. m. 7.OO Sign Off costs and the satisfaction of the
REV.V.. T. RYCROFT Pastor DIESEL 'FUEL' FOR HOME-AND ffRAGTOR USE
PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO ; ,
Just as I ant without one plea.I above described execution. ; 1
come. Regardless of your clothes BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE SIMillE H MOORE Sheriff. J y- ** i ;

condition. Whether cotton, Home Welcomes Yu .Madison. County. Florida. 23-4t-ch We are equipped to give you Quick Service. L H THUR-
spun. You are welcome In our i Services Every Sunday OH MYACHING ,- .
MAX.and'PTIS BROWN are,.standingly for your service
church service.: REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor i i .. ,
Sunday School lO:X) A. M. 'BACK i 1 .' k. ,I
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD 6orgta
Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M I
... Sunday School __ 10:00 A. M Practice 6:00 P. M. )r wI Tie e... t. iN fat t.hf y .
Morning Worship '_ 11:00'A. M.Evening Choir ....4 fr..r aaat. t.et.d PlATE GLASS -
Training Union __. 6:30 P. M. aM.a.aola___ ...wa.Uwt Ctaw' /
Worship ___ 7:30 ,P. M. ... ... .
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Youth Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. Evening Worship _.-_ 7iJO P. M ..t ,....... xw. u.w ....,... /- r '} +l'j.n
... as 9t
Meetmg Wed. 1:30 P. ILVEN'THDAY --.dtk r. t.ttlnr at rtx.r
Prayer
REV. B. B. BRICKLEY. Pastor .uu.-,... 9'aII& ,.rw....... 1& ,.... GLASS
As.t.r IMtar1 ...**r W mat V4lfrIrrttMte *
ADVENTIST faltowtac +!.*<( f... sal
', L D. 's. 'SERVICE$ ;: CHURCH ........".Ia Mftt.-. q a tarejr. err /GLASS)LOCK *

CHURCH" .OP JESUS CHRIST OF Services every Saturday at Madison a.twtaw" ?U fat.D..a tart f Mt te S t...,.nW MIRRORS AUJS-CMALMCK9 TMACTOftSSWXLL
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LATTER DAY SAINTS American Legion Hall. .. .r.t.r..." at ..etlslr. b.;...... INC. I
Sabbath School begins 2 p. m .+.eb... .-cwler ado tat ..... i 215 W. Savannah Ave. I
Sunday School ...... ... 10:00 a. m. I. b nos iat d.et .. ti.11.rd. ..,.... *
Sacrament.Meeting .nm, 11:00.a. m.itelief Church Service at 3 p. m ... I. W apptar.tM IId.iR t.Ei ta i. Phone: CHERRY 2-5285.
E WILLIS., S S Supt a.aw.. ..tp t et W u a>ilr .f rSTROLCUM PKOOUCTS
Society and Priesthood time W ....VaWosU, Georgia
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and place as announced at iSacra- HAROLD YATES. -Pastor Tele- 'tat.! a a .l aIc's ...... aa4 i$..
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Everyone WeJcomel vf.vf nIW a. b.. t. .
m eat Meeting. M 7n. $f lam sass ..... a.-cr.'Slpw. LAWN ,
L FOLEY MOWERSBRTCCSSTgATTOK
phone JPQ 3-6517.. Get D.aa1i t tit
AttSEnvrcES: AT"AMERICAN .__ .
I LEGION HALL :nuE-Toueh.typfnc course with' : MOTORS' .,. r- -a ... r .. .. "."..-. W .yr -,..... .., ...... ...

l J( CARRYL 10 per cent Down Parrocct ,
E. Branch Pres. every SUITH-OORONA portable I _"'JI',
HOWERTON SUPPLY co.I
SEDGE ROAD CHERRY LAKE
typewriter at The E-R. .',' y" .','

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FEBRUARY 12th i960 THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER. :MADISON FLORIDA PAGE THIRTEEN

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I % BUSINESSMEN NI G-E Appliances FEBRUARY AND MARCH IN
I If you want customers every The E-R Prints Tell 'em it in MADISON COUNTY I If you want customers every
yo'u
week in your store, tell 'em Howerton Co. saw week in your store, tell 'em ,

I I about at 5n an E-R. ad" r.every. Supply Everythingexcept your Home Town GazetteThe February:March 17.4. February March 31 18, March 3, about week. it in an E-R ad every. '

'week. Giant Jumbo Hamburgers fnin Hanson 10OO10:4SPlnetta
i I --'j Q- bun 40c.WHITE ER.When School 10:30-12:53 : : Vi
NAVACO AWNINGSHOWERTON Mrs Martha Johnson Librarian
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,I L SUPPLY COMPANY' _t ______ TOP DRIVE-IN ,I N'-.r\ v.J"....".... A... Cherry Pinetta Lake Post School Office-10:15-11:30- 1:00-1:45 February Specials

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$ I I\ buying your 11- :5-12:00 AT

r SINGER SEWING MACHINE .CO. a I Greenville School-1:15-3:15, Librarian ThigpeiTsGulf
! I E-R from Newsboys Mrs Elizabeth Howell ,
1 Greenville Post Office-3:20-3:43: : .

t ; 109 s. PATTERSON STKELTv: street Please and DO make NOT your park newsboy in run the February 10 March 11,24 February 25 March. I f.. .ServiceOn

VALDOSTA, GEORGIA out into the street to make a ssJe. St Regis Iv'urserles--11:20.11.43( U S 90 Madison Florida
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the curb. Lee School-12:00-3:00:
I d chine Kindly pull over to
Repair Rental *- Sewing Course
Mrs Martha Johnson, LibrarianLee
Our newsboys have instructions HU 3-9942 I
and Post Office-3:05-3:30
to STAY OUT of the streets
New Machines $59.50aoo we will appreciate your cooperating February 12 February 26 March Free Pickup and Delivery Service.
up J ,- with us AND THEM for 11. March 25 .
,CAR LUBRICATION $1.00
t THEIR SAFETY, Thank you very lIopewelJ-10:0o-10
CALL VALDOSTA CII 4-2304 COLLECT I bolita tickets and I much, Moselcy 1Iall-l0:30-10-I5:
: I Mrs Elizabeth Howell Librarian BATTERY CHARGE ..... 75c
Service in 24 Hours I
CANDIDATES Rent an of adding I Sirmans l:00l1:15Goodyear o TIRE REPAIR .. .. 7Gc
1l Money I machine to total promises support
_' n __ <<:f! C from the deer pcepul.THE E-R. I CAR WASH .. .. .:r. 1.00
Farm Tractor ANTIFREEZE installed $2.75

PLATFORM Let us service your car or truck
TIRES
FreeDelivery : : : ; I

...... :' .. Large stock priced right

4, .' ROCKER You can get it with Messer Battery' Overcomes Scare To

& Tire Co.
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( < {1 : < H..n : at Mings10Piece Madison Ifjgh School's .'basket '
1 .fti- ball conference champions had a '#
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"fJ !JI'I"I ikit.1JiJ.p". 1. : ,' Merritt ship fitter first class, USN I
). p : : ; "AU oI\ .. ..._. .. Oak last Friday night but.a magnificent
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:r.: : ':?: ; 24515! : 128M. Patterson .: Valdesta, Giw. Amphibious, Va., Jan.Squadron 11, with Eight ships for of a abled a score them victory of 48 to to ice out 40.away,of Live fourteen their Oak thirteenth jvas by-

.( five-month tour of 'duty with the leading at the half 24 to"17 and
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f: r.,.. ranean.. -.., to 32 Joe Adams_0'led the. winners
..,....F !NOT ': !sy, rj i.,. Mr and'f Mrs -Leon- Long of Quit- with The 16 Madison pointy B team also won t
tnan visited in Greenville Sunday..
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... > opponents make untrue statements! '.
.A. about your past activities straighten New and Remodeling .
out the record with an E-R ad.'i
But If they tell the truth on you there's Howerton Supply Co. .
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2- -S-Hi Mahogany Flush Door:
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I : () 4x8x i Int. Plywood ...., "h 6 95
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AGE{; : ... FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5, 1960. I

ciTY COMMISSION I


PROCEEDINGSI Brought To You Weekly By
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MADISON, FLORIDA FLORIDA WH-DLJf SCRAPBOOKWARM0UTH'
Howard Studstil]

January 5, 1960 'TiIEG
The City Commission met Inregular
session this date with V M IS RATE
Folsom and J L Brinson ,
present. AS one OF Lumber Co.
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Minutes of the previous meeting THE MOST I r j i .
were read and approved.
Mr T S Devorack and Mr Bali POPULAR AND -

.,representing the Valdosta Southern SOUGHrAFTER DU JOHN SANDS ofNFJQ.,, do you
Railroad, appeared before the Com- PAN FISHES IM FLORIDA ,: ..
mission. They presented some rea- -z-.UV. ARE COMMONLY 'rn+ read the Fisherman Calendar

sans why the Valdosta Southern FOUN IN MUP.eon-OMEP jii IrrtVf't .
needed to have a joint agency with. LAKES? AWP CANALS IM AVERAGE UP rrt* ,"
.the SAL Railroad and requested AROUND J.06Sro 1OMCU& ..
that the City withdraw from the WATERS
suit before the Florida Railroad. CyPRESS KNEES AND UON6FROM : COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR
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and Public Utilities CommissionThe VEGeTATION ,.
Commission took no action &- 1 POUND- t tro FOR THE WIIK FEB. 14 THRU fiB. 21UStlALLY

on the matter. j r
Mr Mahone and Mr Day of the j s 4, WrrH GAtsH7'J r r... far ugh Day. -rells wwti.iu ria" lite Best"O
s Southeastern Telephone ,
appeared before the Commission Company! In I t! A2T1F1C'At.FLY SUN. TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
regards to the drafting of a new jn UURE5W 14 IMON I 16 I 17 I 1 8 I 19. I '20 I 21
franchise. Mr Mahone presented a 4 -.. 4 I ) t:: ):3
franchise 2rfM 3:11 4:00 4:49 5:41 6:3-1 1:30 H:27
, ., -jJiT-ppsed: for the City to '
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study. "--- AM AM AM AM AM
The following letter was received I

from the City of Tallahassee: j L ::1 Blodcsr/ the Fish Bettor the Day for Fishing J
December 4, 1939
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Uadisol\ Florida .1 1 '
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Gentlemen t *- t GAtLEDF : HOWARD STUDSTILL
'' The actl&n taken by the. City of I G06GLE EYE ,
Tallahassee and the other political SA55
: bodies in this area being served by VVARMOp WARMOtf7'H
,the Southeastern Telephone Company I H OR WARrwourH._ PERCH 'IMER COMPANYHU
has resulted in a refund of I "
approximately 975000. in charges i,. / GAME ANP FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION HU a-6106:; MADISON, FLORIDA
made bj' the Telephone Company: ..
over a'prior fifteen month period j I

On June 30, 1958, there were t_ re"1! -- Y,' .'" ..... ____ ..."'. ._.....,.
vortedly 33,142 telephones in use, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Mrs Sheldon Brinson left Fridayto Don't let your friendly, Lt and Mrs C J wmarop of 11LC:1' ui' mm I'ULITIl,;.f I
of which 1010 were serving your return to Arlington Va, aftera courteous competitors do all Veldosta visited their grandmother, IN THE E-R
and the -basis
community on of \
in Greenville
several day visit here with airs, Mrs H 0 Thompson
the average. rebate per telephonewas DISTRICT THREE C A Blalock and Miss Beatrice the advertising! Dial The E-R, Sunday. .

$29.42.The City has Griffin called by the death of Mrs I HU 3-6361, and -say, ."Gimmean -x- ctt-
expended $10,200.
I respectfully announce that J ama S G OweDs. >
for fees and ad, Mrs Wilson.
attorney's $985.24 'for'expenses Days
candidate for County Commissioner amC6ntinuedt- I 1:' .
most of which, is for theenices
District 3, Madison County, -x- STOP SY KELLY'SFOR
of a rate expert In Wash. Fla. subject to the Democratic Mrs Stacy Coggins and three Mr and Mrs' Ed.BUnd-wxl children JEAGLE'S
ington who came down and assistedour primaries In May, 1960. I have I children and Mn ,Guion Sims of spent Sunday, visiting:in Tallahassee. MENS & LADIES
In this and, ; f
matter .
attorneys
lived all my life In District 3, Jacksonville: and their guest Mrs ., .- : '
therefore, our average cost per have farmed all my life, and am I C T Wells of Charlotte N' C were Watches. $19.95-526.95
telephone is 33.7c. Some months ; -x- CANDaRTES'ben your friendly .
ago familiar with the needs and prob- :guests Monday of Mr and Mrs R + ...
two cities made total contributionsof I 0 Latham and Mrs Myrtle Lewis. ir! and Mrs M S Overby and ,opponents make untrue statements -
of district and county. If
lems
$147.10 towards this expense being our 'Clarence Blalock of Augusta Ga.. about'yoiir past activities straighten
borne by the City of Tallahassee ycu elect me your Commissioner ;CANDIDATES: Rent an adding were week end guests of Mr and out the record with an E-R ad. j KEUYWATCHREPAIRROSE
and we are writing to point I will cooperate with the other 1 machine to total promises of sup Mrs Carroll Blalock. Mrs C A If they tell the truth on you there's
the best interests
out the statistics in the case and toexpreas Commissioners for 1 port from the deer peepuL THE E-R. Blalock and Miss Beatrice Cnf tin. not much we can do.
of Madison County. I 7AA7' AA' 'sA' A1
the hope that, on behalf of
lie citizens: of your community, you earnestly solicit your vote and sup .
will |x< willing to assist\ us with port and promise fair and equal

number for this the cost of sum by telephones sending represented us in your your by check com the treatment Very for WILBURN sincerely everybody.T.yours DAVIS., OLD FLOUR :. Free China $209"SOUTHERN"


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munity multiplied by the average -
cost per telephone for the suit of
33.7C If you do not feel that youcan CARNATION' ARMOUR'S
pay all of this allocation, we GtWyear Tires $12.95 p !
SWEET VIAlVta7"
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will be glad to receive tuck asshtmnce [ ; Can.jI9:
670 x 15, All-Wetther, tube-typ, J MILK I TREET 12
feel that
as you you can give 1 plus tax and rtcspptbJe tIre. ; oz. can 49c
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connection with the matter.
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GREENS f CHOPPED HAM, 12 a z. 59c
Thanking you for your consldera .
,. .ton of this subject and advises in: MESSER 8QLPkfi59c: PIG FEET, 9 oz Jar'' 29cTURNIPS
; connection therewith, I am I
,.f. Sincerely yours, i Battery & Tire Co. ,' MUSTARDCOLLARDS 303() --- CJoverbtoom CHEESE Ib 53c
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GEORGE C WHITE, I MEADOR'S
1 IOCPALMOUVE DASH DOG FOOD, 2 for 33c

Qty Auditor and Clerk: ., .. ,.,,, ,, CAN
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GCWrpJ I (-- -: : -- PEANUT BUTTER DIAL SOAP, Reg 2 for 31c
The City Commission approved:
'. au expenditure of $200. to help bid of Hardee Motor Company as DIAL SOAP, Bath 2 for 41c

the City of Tallahassee with this I i the There lowest being and no best further bId. business Red: l Ic sale,4 Bars .31 Qt. 59c COTTON SEEDCOOKING
expense. '
The' following bids. were received the Commission approved the ., B 11r. 2 FOR 29c LJBBY'S OIL
bl11.\\
for a new patrol car:. for payment and adjourned.V. .
Ilardee Motor Comp m $1,669.95 1 M. FOLSOM OcfAGONLAUNDRY Bar ,11 ; CATSUP .
Cantey Motor Company* $1,701.60' I"ATTEST: No. 10 Jug $1.49Gerbers
The Commission 'accepted the 1'1 j ALEX H SMITH City Clerk. I

YR POWDER, Lg 34 liquid .41 Family Size 29cI .

Don't JIM TONEY HOMES -- ..........--
Settle for Less See our Model Home$1095 SUNNY LAND
Florient Deodorant BABY FOODS
Than a .Jim:.ToneyVa1d Fla. 12 M1ICJ. and .79 OLEO(
We Flnanop/or' South of Starke on
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10/Years.-.,.. U. S. Route 301 up CASHMERE 15c JUNIOR. 3 FOR 48cI9c
ih :" BOUQUET Reg 10 Bath 15 2 8 oz. Patties CEREAL: FOOD

No Money, Down -- -- .

i r i4% No Charge For Travel LOW :' j( Large 5c Off. .29 FLAGA Blackeye Peas CHICKEN TONA FISH OF SEA'

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Anywhere .111 Fla. A 0

e .,, 1 Sane Lew Price SUDS Giant 217. 24 oz 25c No. % Can 47c

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We use 2x8 for We will furnish material WITH CHINA FREE JOMDO. Z55FABGiarf7cOff TETLEY'S TEA '
floor framing, not for you to build
2x6Xi\Ve. use 2 x 6's We do repair work and I
for/cxiling framing finish houses that have .
( .77 48 Count
not 2 x ".s been ,started..
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t F&r a Jim Da&dy ,See Ja Tesey .. 1/4 LB. BOX 45c TEA BAGS 69c
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i' Block er Frame .. FAB Lar e 3c Off ,. 31c


a MODEL HOME AND OFFICE AT WALDO,- 12 MILES AJAX CLEANER, 2.F.r., : ': .SUPER SUDS

SOUTH OF STARKE ON U. S. ROUTE SOL CALL WRITE .
; ... OR COME SEE TONEY BEFORE YOU BUY.ANY HOME BAMA. VITA FOODS 25cRonntree's
.. YOUR BUSINESS APPRECIATED. YOUR"'CREDIT IS MAYONNAISE 7c OFF LARGE BOX
.'. GOOD AT JIM TONEYS. APPLE JELLY --

; OPEN FROM 8:00 A. J.L UNTIL 8:00: P. M. .
PIS. .
:f. CALL COLLECT \ 2 Lb. Jar
INSTANT COFFEE
f:::', IRUCE ,
t I. EDWARDS. JIM TONEY HOMES '

i. P. 0. Box 1273, P. 0. Box 368 29 :1:1' 29c \ 6 OZ. JAR 69c

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4 Spend your Money where you are sure.
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CANDIDATES Rent an adding
I'- L.L r Service Dedicated t I machine to total promises of sup
LIVE STOCK AUCTION port from the deer peepuL THE E-R.

ft&lfcriftfc.REAL a SELL your cattle and hog; in our, Fine
MINOR
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ACREAGE ESTATE,, BaokSRAGC. .'rA*NiB: auction 1:00. each MONTICELLO Monday. Sales STOC start at To Bo; Scoots '

BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL YARDS, Monticello, Fla. : The Fire Department was called
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL Registered Angus bulls for sal< Subdivision in Ward 2, where a
APPRAISALS at all times. Services at the First Methodist at 7:15 Friday night to the Plant

ABSTRACTS OF TITLE __ church Sunday night were dedicatedto house occupied by the McGee
TITLE INSURANCE the Madison Boy Scout Troup family was on fire. Damage was
112 West Base Street Nmces f! who had a share in conducting the minor owing to effective work of 1
MADISON. FLORIDA serrfce. They were led in the Scout the Department. An overloaded
Phone HU 3-6277 Oath and the twelve pledges byScout electric' extension cord wad thoughtto
(A modest charge is made fo: Suffirai-Bel
Engagement l lt.tr
). Muter Jimmy Hardee. $t. have been the cause of the tire.
public notices-In this column .
Prices JctW 6t "And the Father him.sell -
New lAw and Mrs J H SU1U\"" of Lee, Florida
which bath sent me. hath Mr and Mrs William McChesneyand
I announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of. their.J borne witness of me" was the: text son Buddy were recent visitors
REAL ESTATE BUYS daughter ot the sermon by the pastor Rev In Orlando where they attendeda
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Two nice dairies In Suwanne Jean Paul Touchton, dedicated to the meeting of the State Democratic
Sybil
County Good financing availabk -> troup and to National scout Week.A Committee. While there Mrs Mc
Several nice farms in Madison / to \. %. .. trio composed of Robert Kennedy, Chesney attended the Camellia
find Suwannee counties Lake fan repairing:: done by set doctors Mr. Louts Ray Belt, of Lee Ben Malnor and Ted Willis sang I Show an outstanding event of the"
nice small Cherry .
One I Living For Jesus, with Miss Gayle Orlando Gardep Club year.
and house. tr son of Mr. and Mrs. louis Franklin Bell of Branford Hamilton accompanist -C-n
Miss Sullivan graduated from the Madison High School in I r
Visitors Mr Cecil Sullivan
Wi were Scout Executive and Mrs are
1 r, Briadusj W Coopers-1959. and is Sam CatTctson. and Mr Buck.!I[having fl bath arid a large Florida
I Scout Muster of the Perry Troup.1 room added to their home. ,
REALTOR Mr Bell has been employed by Florida Power Corporation in
Phone Office HU 3-6481 Ellaville since his release from active duty in the Army.

1 Residence HU 3-6481. Madison The wedding will be solemnized on March 27th at 4:00)( ''
MADISON, FLORIDA o'clock la the First :Baptist Church In Lee No invitations are 'NEW HOMES '
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:: being sent, but all friends of the couple are Invited to att nd. .
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llay'F.rSk. We know how to diagnose your The couple will spend their honeymoon on a trip to South
Coastal Bermuda Hay, $30.00 ton TVs. ills and cure 'em fast Florida,: after which they will be at home In Madison ,WOULD YOU BUILD A NEW HOME ON. .

Good Peavine Hay $40.00 ton QfflTMAN Are you peddling: insurance, Mr and lira 0 H Clemmons of YOUR LOT OR ACRE?
FRED TUSHl ANT contact Cave'iFeed Whitehouse were guests of Mr and NO MONEY DOWN CHECK THESE '
Store, HU 3-6616, Madison, tranquilizers, shoes, or automobiles Mn Lon 'Welch several days this .
24-lt-cl TELEVISION SERVICE ? Keep the public informed week Mr Clemmons, a former 5 SILLS, NOT 3 ,
No. 1 FLOORING, NOT No. 2
of valuable Madison resident
t' FOR SALE: 3-bedroom 'concreti your ser county has been
block house in Lakeview Terrace. 401 E Stevens St. ,rlcesith an inexpensive living In South Florida and then at No. 1 SIDING. NOT No. 2
We
Repair Jacksonville since 1918.DynamItem. 2x8 FLOOR JOISTS, NOT 2x8 "
Contact MRS .
FHA financed.
ad in The E-R
Record-PJayers-AutomobUe Radios weekly saying .. .
TWIN -x-
CUPPETT at
DWIGHT call HU 3 A Few Choice SelectionsIN nice things about local folks CREOSOTE ALL SILLS and FLOOR JOISTS
I i OAKS GROCERY or
USED TV SETS .
6865 or HUt 3. 545. ,22. t-p
FOR SALE: Two lake-front lotion PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE ? AND THREE SILLS
ftued EAGLE
f.& Cherry Lake.;/Phone Cherrj OUR WAY OF SAYING Mrs A H Hancock left Thursday at .' Write r .. _
Lake 8268. MRS J L ''SIMS: THANK YOU" for an indefinite visit in Jonesboro ." ..:
23-2t-ct Phone 9481 Qultman Ga. .-" .- I. :
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Ark with her son and daughter-in j Sparks Best Homes -
.". B G Wyche was taken to
.T I' J" Buddy TUlman Charles Rogers
Coastal Bermuda-hay. low, Mr and Mrs W E Hancock. I
FOR SALE: Archbold hospital Thursday where
,- Jill Hancock came, Wednesday and MADISON FLORIDA
Excellent "qualitJT'530 "ton I'I he is iInpr'obut continue a '
accompanied feer on the trip.
George Eager Valdosta, Ga..fhone ... .patient. '
,CH 23195. URARNkJEwELERsFor

f 'Polled t i Ii i frd< r brans- -: .; '. .... .'!o .... r't ", '
FOR Also-SALE: f 4.. ,, A.! .}j 1 .. -rI'M : 'if. ...14,L ", t. ,I- ., : to' r'
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SILVER, CHINA;CRYSTAL ,.,
Eager, Rt 1. ValdOSGa. DIAMONDS JEWELRY ,' t..u'. .

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BEFORE SELLING. your. timber -
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er timber land. please see me We, \ .
are also Interested In buying a NATIONAL I READINGADS .
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limited amount of 'plne-hardwood BRIDAL .ff '
pulpwood delivered by truck to SERVICE t
Foley, Fla.., or loaded jon R R cars. .
See write or can '>'.
L. P. tl80N VALDOSTA GA. ,

Rt. 3, Madison. Florida _. :.x 9 ; i'"l'
,Phone: 'Cherry Lake 8363 SOS No. Patterson : IN THE .

FOR RENT: Unfurnished apartment -

i with hot water heater. W ,
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23-tf-cn' TALBOTT PAINT .
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FOR RENT:rA house,with modern AND .

Phone conveniences.Cherry Also Lake Lake 8268.privileges.MRS WALLPAPER CO.% ',; : : "" J.'. ."' ,

J L SIMS. 23-2t-ch
AT CASTLE PARK 4 w.: '/
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom house In, "Lr ( fl
Lakeside. HOWARD STUDSTTLL I VALDOSTA, GA.

office phone HU 8-6106; residence free parkingWe
HU 36630. 20-tf-ch
have a complete line of Dwoslda
TOR RENT: Furnished apartment. Wallpaper and 1500 colon of Paints ,
MRS E F DICKINSON. flU to select from. Come in and 'seethe
32396. 19-tr-ch Colorobot Machine operate.
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available February 20. MRS J P '

JOHNSON, HU 3L -6251 24-lt-ch J., D. Scruggs ..:,. ; ...'J! :
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FORESTER
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IkWaiteWant REGISTERED SURVEYORPh. .

HU 36W6MADISON. ...
to make $20 or more In FLA. .
a day for part or full time routework' '
Man or woman. Write )Ic- For your grinding and mixIng .. .

: NESS CO. Box 2766, DeSoto Sta. on your farm, call WEST
i Memphis 2, Tenn. 24-2t-ld END MILLING COMPANY,

J )VANTED:,"Shened or snapped Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 "..
com. 'SAMPALA LAKE FARM. 1960 1 4.Jl .. "
Phone HU '33860. Madison collect. ....".'. .

233tchWANTED ..............._ -_... i iV

: Some nice, sort, dean .
rags. No{buttons or.wno1e s.,THE WELL DKlLLING \ .i .:\

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fc COMPLETE PUMP REPAIRING ( 'I'' ,..
HELP WANTED: Man or boy to "
in milk delivery. Must ,be 'J.
help .,. T tr to (. ., I'ln.' .,
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capable of taking over route* See. LMetM Wei Driiers "u ; ft \ .
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DAN WALKER. nlUl..fiJ! n II I ". :
Phone HU 3-696L Madison "
Have possession of 8 hogs. Owner ,,,,,,,, : :
identify and pay expenses. W H _"'"" "--. -" "" "-"" "" "" "" Those Advertised; Bargains!. '

BAILEY, JR./ Rt- 1. Greenville, _
} Florida. .- *I 234tjxlMODERNIZE I DIN WADSWORTH H I


YOUR KITCHEN Registered Strreyer '.'
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with CM F.. appliances and PRE-: .. .
CIStO "W'AtE CABINETS. Up Phone HU 3-2372 .
to 5 yean to pay. Call or '''write MADISON. FLORIDA """!"I iii -: .

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THE ENTERPRBEJIEOORDHR' MADISON, FLORIDA .. .. ,.
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'.. ". ..;*,.. AtAaeI ..... .. '.,. ._ "_ FRIDAY.F1RY 12th*,1960.
:.. -- Candidates-Strew your' ame< $ "
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,, NOTJCE1'OP'LEA'E"- il, TI NKING- Radiator
MetaJackson.! RepairingftlcWHUMB
'10 all around the county with T>I
i TOO ; j /NEW;.. ELECTRIC 10-KEY 1 he ; : ; ., I
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WHEREAS,the;{Board' of J Dour t)'I 51 ADDING MACHINES campaign posters, dr ABOUT MOREINSURANCE SOlJr.BJ'' Greenrille arid with other GARAGE
Commissioners of Madison Count <*. culars. Be sure to say some seta there. I

Florida: the'3rd day of'Februai, VICTOR"". :'r. $171.00 thing: nice about yourself. ever -
It the i ibHt ? '
that is to
1960, determined .
if else trill. ..
Interest of the County of: EURRqll Hfst jl" '1f..; tQ9..50; no one : .'.

Madison to lease the for hereinafter period CLARY It. .: .. .:..' 225.00.. i 'THE YIELD IS II D 0N SAVING 'AT
described real
,property, a SlightCharge.' ; .
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of twenty yean: ODHNER '.< t 1"to'1 /
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that the -
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Notice is hereby
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,Board of 'County Commissioners TOTALIA'259.00 A slight charge Is made for: .. 1 I

: will) on the 2nd day of March, 1960( plus fed. ''and state tax. O ALL ENTERTAINMENT "
,at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M. NOTICES ANNOUNCING: :
:accept bids for cash for a '20' )'eU THEENTERPRISERECORDER (regardless of sponsor)

r lease on the following described e ALL NOTICES'oF 3iONEY. :
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property in Madison County, 'Florf HU 3-6361 ,I RAISING PROJECTSlfe.*' .
da. to-wit: (regardless of' sponsor)*** '

A lot or tract of land contalnlr ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE H
245 acres, more or less, located' I In _
ABOUT MEETINGS,4 OF.. AN_.
Madison County, Florida, and ling ; KIND a
in the Northeast Quarter <)r THE SQUAWS NEWSI E
(regardless of,organization) 4 rr
Township 3"North, Rang + .
Section 33,
,Unit A-16, on I Prices are reasonable. Rising,production .
9 East designated as
I find
Well I will try see if can costs force us to omit ALL :.
1 Key 'Plat 'Map of Cherry Lab eny thing to tell you all We FREE ADVERTISING.THE ', ta
': Farms dated November 1937 and arc al up at my hospital feeling ".t" .SV.
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record in the Clerk. ENTERPRISERECORDERCandidatesStrew > .
filed for medicine
some better all our gaveout J.
Office, Madison Florida. on the ,, <<
and we still trying to stay up. your name
3td day of December, 1945, the It rains ,so much cant get out two .
with E-R *
the county
dei all around
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being 'more '
tract' .
much no one here today but me FIRST
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gibed as follows:. and the chief fteames so lone some campaign cards, posters, cir t. ; ....." FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM
corner "cA"
Southwest -
Beginning at the ot hope It want last too long tho. 1 culars. Be sure, to say something ,'t : OFFICE HOURS -, ,
of the Northeast' Quarter don't around nrch visiting .o. I
the Northeast Quarter Section &' don't here go eny news to rite;; about nice about yourself, even C. E. QUICK "* *IOX.-TUES.\VED.-FRI.: 9 AM TO 4 PM

Township 3 North Range 9 East, Mrs Allle Enldn was here yesterday it no one else will.SmithCorona. THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON
and thence running along the Soul she still grunting: with her HU 3-6163 BOX 292
line of the Northeast .QU8rter.of f' ,
cripple 'knee and still looking for
Northeast Quarter-.'of-Section; ,&- her glasses and so am I too. Well 'admmglMachines MADISON.. FLORIDA The JJew :; ,
Tcwnshlp 3 North Range $ 'East it looks like it mightt fair off hope This Gulf Life agent can tell ,
614.00 feet to an iron pipe, the 1 I will for I got Iota of cleaning up you how, with Adapt-A-
point of beginning of the tracthereinafter out side get ready to plant us a typewriters Plan your Insurance Is
described thence Yua garden and some more pumpkins.' adaptable. For example, a V/ILDOSTA
1 ning due South 342.00 feet to .an i iircn When our friend comes back to : family income plan can al-
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set at shore line at high! and cash registers.
pipe work the
ttay with us help me so provide substantial retirement
water mark of Cherry Lake thenc chief isent able to work he just sits .. Income Gift him I Saving & Loan Association
line of *
running along the shore around and watches us see what I Tie a call today! )r _
Cherry Lake, the high water being mean. From the Squaw. 115 N. TOQMBS. VALDOSTA, GA.
the line North 58 degrees 00' East '
C44C6 feet to an iron pipe set OIJI Enterprise-Recorder CANDIDATES Rent an adding The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You Small L

the South line of Northeast Qua KEEP UP WITH POLITICSIN I machine to total' promises 'of sup* Enough To Know YouJjHENEW
I ter of Northeast Quarter of $ectlo THE E-R port from the deer peeps l THE E-R.
| 33, Township l 3 North Range 9 "Ens'thence ---_ _" _A>_ __ -'I -- -- -- _. -----
running 'along said line
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feet to the point of beginning. _. 'l'w( ,.I"r \0"' ,X '. ..I1J'I : I
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; This lease will be given subject ", \. ..' ,. .. -" Jt.t :'?. .. ',,:,'; .' {", I
I to all reservations, exceptions, and I

conditions deed dated appearing the In 23rd that day certain of- : 'I: .. \ V. /1'i, +" -<' { : ,' 'l'\I\' : i : ii I

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,I' .August Oifce of 1946/the, Clerk and recorded of the Circui in th >> .
.. Court of Madison County, Florida / "
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also- nihtcct to the condition tha WU IJ blf/tlJ : .. .. I r ,'V '" ', :;f: .

during the term of said lease, tha ,t .J"ft. 'I, 1Ii/r ':.&, "'n."MI ..__ .. '(\tl :.
said property will be used only by; ,Ala I WlIlot rf r... ;
,' the lessee for civic, educations A.., ..., fJ/t/ 41 -" -.j) h ; .
And/or recreational purposes. In
event any or either of the above ::::: _,_. !
conditions or reservations are violated :;::? : :
said property is to revert 0 "'t- f. : : -'
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reject. any DALE and all M.bids.LFSLIE"Clfrlb3oard ..' ; a ." 4 t= '; : .-- ,.-,. .,. ;:: l\, .

of County Commissioner P i" ... ;)'i.j -:"( -u >0, l J 6Ji'14NocLY: 'to' Ii

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