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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: March 4, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
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j PUBLISHED IN THE EDUCATIONAL AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF NORTH FLORIDA


VOL. UK No. 27 Return. Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY, MARCH 4 th. 1960 >!!aiadison, Florida ffaQC\ Yearly Subscription $3.75; Delayed Renewals X4.0




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Judge Curtis D. Earp Is J w f.7L
announcing his candidacy for reelection S
in this issue of the; paper] \- t .! !' '/
r' I wiib+ announce that I have
Judge is
Earp a veteran of World
qualified a/tt asr candidate for the
War H d.
having served nearly' 3
office of County tJddge of Madison
in the U. S. _
years IjTavy Amphibious .
Forces a member of the rlcaiit County Fie,.a. subject to the

Legion, a Mason a nemb t r: f\,1.,hl? Democratic nrimajies in May. I960.
\ ... I was born at Cherry Lake July
Madison County 'Farm BuM !.* and' 01.
the Greenville Methodist ) .' > 13, 1915, and later moved to Weston -
churchyln
four miles south of
Madison
addition, be is a member of the
National Council of Juvenile Court file d ALn 4 Where my father\ was a mill foreman .
Judges and the State Association rot a for the West Yellow Pine Co. L
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of attended school in Madison.
County Judges.
(Paid Political Adv't ; I am married to the former Janie .
Hicks of Lee, and we have 'a.
f. daughter Rebecca Marie 9 years
Nutrition School I ; r old and a foster son now serving in

10; the Army in Germany. .
SPOTLIGHTS WEIGHT CONTROLThe -- I am a member and Lay Speakerof
DELBERT BLAIR AND GRAND CHAMPION the Lee Methodist church and
first of six lectures at the Henry Dickinson 1 __ IRED BRASWELL NOT 'i: have served as Councilman andas

County Agricultural Center will be Sheriff Moore Runs Mayor of the town of Lee. I ama
veteran of World War II, having
on Weight Control The topic will RUBS Fir Assess
I ITORUNIN16D served in the European Theatre pf
cover such Information Why .
as
For ReelectionSheriff operations for two years in the
People Gain Excess Weight. How
Army Air Force. I am authorizedto
Fad Diets Fool You and A Plan s.Yy I, ai 47 rS'A wear the seven campaign Battle
to Sensibly take off excess weight. / S S H Moore b this week a' Stars for the Seven Major battles

The session will be one "hour long. announcing his candidacy for re fcught in Europe.

It begins at 8:00 o'clock tonight, election. In his announcement I have twenty years of practical

Friday, March 4. Sheriff Moore expresses appreciation business experience fifteen yearsof
which have been spent in Madison !-
If you do not have an excess y. to the people for the privilege -
} .iY.y serving the people of Madison
weight problem but are interestedin of serving them and pledges County. Certainly it has been an
preventing a weight problem in honest and efficient law enforce- I enjoyable association.In .

the future, this, meeting will help ment to the best of his ability. if w asking you. the people, for achance

you understand how to do It. reelected to serve you as your County
Excess body weight can rob you Judge I realize. the magnitude of
of your pep energy and vitality. this office and I believe that I can

It also makes dressing attractively Nat Norfleet To 'discharge the duties of this officein
more difficult for men and women. f .Mi :I a manner that will be acceptable

Many leading authorities agree that r I 1 to If everyone.elected, I pledge myself to
Speak Sunday
overweight often makes us more Sistrunk Throws Hat
serve the people of the county
susceptible to heart and kidney I Be sure to tune in at 8:30 Sunday k faithfully and impartially and per
disorders as well as foot and leg II I morning on WMAF and hear the In Ring Again I I form the duties of the office to the
diseases I I
troubles and thechronic -----
program "Hymns and 1fedltatlons"produced best of my ability. It Is my desireto
which come with age. Be on the Henry Dickinson, 41, a lifelong by the Willis Recording -- I conduct a clean campaign ..with
safe side-come t and find out how resident of Madison County. is I" Studios Nat Norfleet will speak on Constable Albert 0 Slstrunk of RED BRASWELL widely rumoredas I consideration for all and malice

you can correct or prevent overweight today announcing his candidacy for the Power of Positive Thinking from the 5th District Madison County, is a 1960 candidate for Sheriff of toward none.
Miss Alice Cromartie, Tax Assessor of :Madison County, I a personal view-point Mrs Frances. announcing his candidacy for re Madison County has decided to I hope in the coming weeks to be
Nutritionist Home Dempnstratlon subject to the Democratic primaries I Sanders. will be soloist. election' in this Issue of the E-R. "sit out" the campaign instead. able to see each of you and talk

Extension, Florida State University in :May, 1960. lie was educated in He pledges a continuation of the he stated this week, and stay with to you concerning the campaign.I .
the Madison schools and his state Job. urge you to consider Edwin 1..
later and
will be the guest speaker. "seme fair impartial law enforcement -
served 40 months in the Air. Force Rutherford To RunReelection as in the past if re- liei5hes. to express his deep (Eddie) Flowers for your County
during World War IL elected appreciation for the encouragement Judge who thoroughly believes in
School Beard Appmes Mr Dickinson is married and has offered him and to assure his Government of the people by the
three children He Is In the pulpwood For I friends he will always remember people, and for the people. Thank
business as a producer. He Commissioner Cone i their courtesies. (paid poL ad.) you so much for your wonderful
Building PlaisThe 1)rev1ously"as employed In 'the encouragement and support. I shall
County Commissioner Wilbur G. consideration givenme
Madison postoffice for seven years appreciate every
Dickinson plans fen intensive Rutherford of District One is today Rims for Re-election Judge Curtis Earp was qualified by everyone.
School "Board In regular session campaign for the poet announcing his candidacy for reelection of experience EDWIN L. (EDDIE) FLOWERSPaid
Wednesday approved the final (paid poL adrt) la his announcement: elsewhere by 8 years ( Political Advertisement)
plans for the Nortlr"Florida Junior in this issue Commissioner Grover C Cone. County Commissioner in the Administration of Law
College Administration and Science : Rutherford lays it has been a of District three Is this before he ever became County I

buildings and for the Suwanaee AMlulcesfir r' pleasure to serve the good peopleof week announcing his candidacy for For the best interest of fintto Announces ; >\ -
River Junior College. Present plans this county and that he will U 1 re-election. In his formal announcement Judge. \
indicate the bids will be opened on .. ..-", re-elected, continue to work In barCommissioners 1 Mr Cone says be.m con- your county, help keep a qualified r-
both projects by April 20th, Re-eleCtisi II> .. many with the other .:tinge to serve all the people of man in your CountyJudge's ForJ. Tax CollectOr
for the best interest of Madison Madison County la an honest
For
office by Voting -
Reiistratie Metice County I efficient and courteous manner."
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: and He-electing I (Ike) Hatto. well known
Supt Griffin Bishop is this week
citizen of Madison County Is an-
announcing his candidacy for reelection LesieRnsForRedfeeBw Albert John Austin 35. and his nsundag his candidacy for Tax
The registration books for 1 tfeeMay.
as cowl} Superintedent of Curtis D.
) Earp
1960 election wiU brother, William Arthur Austin 30 Collector. Mr Hutto stated he feels
primary
Education. He states he will continue -
both of Houston. Texas that his business experience and .
be In the office As Clerk were arrested
open
day
every to work for the continued TOUR COUNTY JUDGE '
in Maria&na Monday charged relations with the public qualify
of the Supervisor of RegfatrfttteB. :
of the educational

Improvement county's
through January. February. and opportunities. with using the mail to defraud. The (Paid Political Adv'UIrs. him for the Job. ,
March. Dale M. Leslie Clerk of the Circuit brothers are charged:: with having

If you registered to 1966 car Court, Is announcing this week used a stolen credit end to get ) KIrby : Rem and Mrs Cecil Beugnot Is spending a few

since you are OK far : ... lirt':C M Plant Is now.connected for re-election la hit announcement gasoline from Standard 00 station Fred Metier accompanied Mr and .weeks here making a government

4b not have to re-mister." with Southland Upholstery Co. of Mr Leslie states it re-elected in five states. The Baker Standard Mrs Nat Norl1 net to Jacksonville agricultural I survey check on two, .
be will continue to discharge Station here was listed among the :
ARTHUR E RAGAHS VaWorta Bad b i showing samples thai Lake"
left for
where I I1Iet tract Cherry and ana
Wednesday, they Jer
Supervisee. of ..> ttiiir' aai ...w.r......ea'at ,..1Jtn'7 tie fiutkx of tit offfct to the bad s..ta tic ea at which gaaoHop, wu ob- .
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c PAGE TWO THE; ENTERPRISE-RECORDER )MADISON FLORIDA \ FRIDAY, MARCH -4th. 1960

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Announcements FOR SCHOOL BOARD FOR TAX COLLECTOR _. \

,'. .F county political an.I DISTRICT TWOI I respectfully announce that I'ama 56 Ford pickup $795 t Just ReceiVed! I
candidate the
cost $10.00 and run for office of Tax
respectfully announce that I Collector of :Madison County, sub- HARDEE MOTOR CO.
They are tobe ,1;i Carload of Power Lawn
the Insertion order. am a candidate for School Bard!. ject to the Democratic primaries in
District 2, Madison County, subjectto May 1960. If elected to this officeI Mowers. See us for the

Saturday, March 5 REPRESENTATIVE the May 1960 Democratic prl snail In return serve you courageously CountyCothJohnie Pre-season Prices

DOUBLE FEATURE announce that I am' marie My greatest Interest in our and fairly by rendering the- .
HOUSEBOAT in vlstaVlsion State Representative school_system is for the best facilities best possible service. With profound I -
WESTERN AUTO
Tochn.coJ6r. starring Cary County, subject to possible. Being a parent of appreciation and friendliness to all, ;
Sophia Loren. Strictly for primaries in May I humbly solicit your vote and Brown, driving without
-end a little child shall lead elect me to this posi- three children In school gives me support I license. Defendant presented valid -

but it required' three to make serve all of Madison much interest In our local schools J. I. IKE) HUTTO. Ohio license and case was dis The Rev Lewis, D HMn: is 1
match. and without and I would appreciate the opportunity missed. confined to the Veterans' Administration t
I to serve I earnestly hospital Lake City with a back
to you.
earnestly ;
anyone]
THE LAWLESS EIGHTIES, .. Clyde Jones driving while intoxicated -
HeY A M
Roue
vote and support. solicit suPport In the coming condition. The of
your 'I
ring Buster Crabbe, Marilyn election LATEST HIT $100 or sixty days and; driv Hanson Is supplying the pulpit at :
Brave women and fighting men er's license revoked for three the ab
I W. JEWELL JR. Hopewell during paaUn
conquered a violent land. An Sincerely months.
RECORDS sence.
citing and different thriller. R. W. (BOB) MILKER at---
REPRESENTATIVE Edward Lester, drunkenness,.$25 -x-
toon. FOR SCHOOL BOARD or thirty days. j Miss Nancy Smith and Mbs Cissyi

"Sunday-Monday, March 6, 7 announce that I Smith DrugStore Thomas Barnett McDonald, speeding .i Wade of Agnes Scott College were
LI'L ABNER, In vistaVlsion for State Repre- DISTRICT NO. 2 sentence withheld. I weekend visitors at their homes '

Technicolor, starring Peter Madison County, MADISON COUNTY FLORIDAI Johnny Brown Goodwin driving'here. I

,*. Stella.Ste\.ens. The wacky, Democratic primaries have discharged my duties to while intoxicated, $100 or sixty I. .
ful world of AI Capp brought the best of my abilities In an --
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If you elect rru! to_ days and driver's license revoke: )
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:"life on the screen. Rich honest, progressive and economical I
-a smart satire. Fun for f 1L I will serve you I way. Our children's Interests and I for three months.

and capably to betterment have always been uppermost HOSPITAL J C Thomas worthless check or-
Tuesday-Wednesday, ,March 8, 9 ability. I will great- In my mind and efforts. )J NEWS I I dered to pay full restitution of .

DOUBLE 'FEATURE. your 'vote and sup- hereby solicit your vote and support Admissions: Thomas Gregory Oilver -] check and same was made.
FIVE GATES TO HELL, t j I
'< Neville Brand, Patricia In the May, J960 Democratic: Mrs Annie Hicks G R Me- I Pearl Owens assault and battery,
The ring story of human suffering primaries for re-election as your Oamma. Mrs ,Agner Handley Solomon $25 or thirteen days.

ing savage warfare-how a ) Leggett, Jr. School Board Member from District Payne, Mrs Marie Reacts, Mr Eva Lee Erskine, Improper tag, y f

band of nurses fought their Two. Martin Reaves, Mr D F Burnett, $25 or ten days.
JUDGE Sincerely. Mr E L Bam, Mrs Cora Garbett,
raged captors. RUSS DUGAN Joseph Brown drunkenness, $25
Mrs Ruth I
Hunsberger Mrs Bernice
THE BRAIN EATER, announce that I Brown or thirty days.
FOR TAX COLLECTORWith Master Jarry Neibert Master :
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Edwin Nelson, Joanna Lee for County Judge Leroy Rutherford Jr Mrs.Corene f '

from another world-crawling aty, subject to the Bland, Mr J A Lane and Mrs,Wilbur I I l '
terror-bent on destroying the In May 1960 Rutherford Save Now! Now! I ,
bumble thanks and appreciation Buy 1 1r I It
will sere all the
Cartoon. Alonzo !
Discharged :Mrs
for the past support and I : Spencer,
of
best
my ability Annie HarrelL Annette Curry. Frank
Thunday-Friday, March 10, 11 Ito everyone and courtesies, I respectfully announcemy : Paterson Howard Frier Mrs Doris I MALONE MAURESS i t !
DOUBLE FEATURE to none. I will candidacy for reelection to I Alderman and
baby Mrs Barbara I
THE MOUSE THAT your rote and office of Madison County Tax
i Barfleld and baby, Thomas GregoryOliver
In Eastman color, starring SALE Tm tooling for my ecru njgit
Collector subject to the May Primaries Hunter
I Harrell. Mrs Ellen .
Sellers, Jean Seberg. bat fo lit patten w*
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1960. I promise a continu Womack, Mrs Marie Reaves, Mr armed toodnwtng iDotAUBamltd ri.\
smallest nation acts up. The (EDDIE) FLOWERS "
Dun
anon of effort to render you the F L Cantey Mrs Ernestine Kinsey I NiJr9tt.
the that
Ing story of mouse Co.
At Dunn Furniture
voured the lion. It's best and most courteous service and baby, G R Mcdamma and

n daffy, and frightfully funny- o OF possible. Mrs Agnes Handley. I

prepared to laugh until your Cordially, ; BABY REAVES CONTINUES THRU FRI & SAT
Mr and Mrs Martin Reaves
ache. PAT MILLINORFOR an- MARCH 4-5 I I Ij
announce that I am nounce the 'birth of a baby gift

THE HOUND OF the office of Super COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR Feb. 27th. The baby weighed 6 Ibs ,
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VILLES In Technicolor, Peter Cushing Andre MorelL to the Democratic COLORED PATIENTS

has the night known a beast May 1960. I promise I respectfully announce my candidacy Admitted: Alberta Hankins and FOR BIGGER PROFITS
this. A story to stun your and courteous for re-election as County Tax Lltla SIplln.Discharged.
Sherlock Holmes Is back to if you elect me to Assessor for another term, subjectto : Inetta White and 1 1Y 'SrF YOUR DIXIE evrNegw

'gate a most bloo-a-curdling earnestly solicit your the Democratic, Primaries In baby and Alberta Hankins and baby. 1 NITROGEN DEALER.
in a horror classic. Cartoon. May. I promise honest(and faithful Deceased Mr Walter' Johnson; I \ JjFARMERS'
ly. Mrs Qla Johnson and&"\VmSra j
service to In tbelpttstr alwaysbeing
all as
a (BAILEY) WYNN Bellamy, colored. '- r-J* '
For ,
QuaKy mindful of Uift\=rust the //.,

FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES \ \OF office holds. Your vote and supportwill CIRCUIT COURT f

FLOOR COVERING T-V'a be appreciated. 4 MUTUAL i

Sincerely Ulysses McDaniel, defendant EXCHANGE
WELLS FURNITURE and fellow-citizens ANGUS H ARJISTRONQ : having conformed to conditions of Madison. Fla.
: : I want to thank
'MADISON, FLA. FOR SHERIFF probation same orderer terminated,
your vote and sup- -::;.:::.;:::---
Political l
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FIRE DESTROYS HOME! wonderful co-ope -

AND FURNISHINGS as.your Regis I respectfully announce my candidacy

I have endeavored for re-election as heriff of

Fire completely destroyed. courteous to give you service.honest On, Madison the Democratic County, primaries Florida, subject In May.It to. # To Help You Save Hundreds of Dollars .

room tenant house in West; 'M .earnestly solicit has been a privilege and a pleasure y :
your
SOD and all furnishings and poss to serve you In the past Thanks
:sions cf the occupants at 9 In the 1960 May
for entrusting me with the honor. Y ,,
Monday. T C Gibson owner of for re-election If re-elected, IiU endeavor to .
house, estimated his loss at $ of Registration give honest and efficient law en-

Occupants of the house, forcement to the best of my ability.I .
Mae: Samuels, colored 'and thr E RAGANS earnestly1 solicit your vote and
children! escaped injury. support In the coming election v "
The children! ages 12 and COMMISSIONER Sincerely yours,
had been put to bed and the S. H. MOORE. 7i6OL1
was out visiting neighbors THREE
the fire was discovered by the -
FOR CO.. SUPERINTENDENT1I _
ycar-old boy, who got the : announce that I am I I-
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children out and called for for County Commis
The Fire Department said 3, Madison County, respectfully announce my
fire, from all appearance, to the Democratic candidacy for re-election to the .

started from a log falling on May 1960. I have office of Superintendent of Public

the floor from a fire burning life In District 3, Instruction, Madison County, Flori

an open fire-place, as the all my life, and am .
around the hearth had fallen the needs and prob- da.It has been a real pleasure for Compares The 1960 Economy Cars
and the living room was district and If .
when the alarm was given. your Commissioner county. me to serve In this capacity for Compares The 1960 Standard-Size Cars
the eight ,working with
with the other past years
Compares The 1960 Medium-Priced CarsFINGERTIPS "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT for the best in I you toward the Improvement of
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF County. I educational opportunities in our

IN AND FOR MADISON vote and sup. County. If re-elected to this position '
IN CHANCERY. your!fair and eqdal I will continue to work with r PUTS ALL THE FACTS AT YOUR .
,
Alexander Hodge, Plaintiffvs. everybody. you for the best In education.

Essie May. Jackson lodge T.yours DAVIS., : Sincerely, FULLY, ILLUSTRATED! AUTHENTIC IN EVERY DETAIL!
Griffin Bishop
TO: Essie May Jackson Hodge, .
Seamon Street, New Brunswick ''COMMISSIONER Don't bur any Dew car till you read the new 1960
Jersey.. FOR TAX ASSESSOR Automotive X-Ray booklets.Get honest factual

.. : DIVORCE ___ __ answers to your questions in easy-to-read easy-
1 You are hereby notified that THREE I respectfully announce that I to-understand form:
that I Which Is lowest ? In resale raJoe
till of Complaint for Divorce announce am a candidate, for Tax Assessorof car priced Highest
been filed against you, and you for County Com Madison County Florida, sub- a Economy, fact or fiction Get official results!
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required to serve a copy of )' Madison County Six-passenger room-which compact can have it?
Answer or Pleading to the Bill subject to the ject to the Democratic primariesIn Just a few minutes separating facts frrfm exaggerated I
complaint on the Plaintiffs Democratic prl- :May 1960. If elected to thispositIon. ts '''G l' claims may save you hundreds of dollars.

tomey R E Cowart whose I promise faithful, I will discharge the dutiesof M X-Rays are free at your Rambler deafer Hurry.

is Madison, Florida, and file I If you choose the office to the best of my dr yy ys Suppjy limited I

original answer or Pleading In 1nportant'office, and ability and with fairness and jus ,
office of the Clerk of the ties to all I will greatly appreciate I ; PRiCE'
Court your vote and + AMERICA LOWEST
In and for Madison : your vote and support.
I shall be
Florida ever
before
on or the 26th-day
Very sincerely yours.HENRY .
:March A. D. 1960. U.you : DICKINSONFOR .1795
to do 'so Decree Pro ,Confcsso Odj

be entered against you for the ANDREWS COUNTY JUDG}; wS
demanded in the Bill of !I I
COMMISSIONER ,
The Enterprise-Recorder is h I TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS -
by designate AI the newspaper OF MADISON COUNTY:
which said order shall be FIVE :I
I respectfully announce that I &rn j| 6sra
once -a week for four announcehat I i
a candidate for re-election asCounty
"K'b. for' the office of avy I
Judge of Madison County. M
Witness hand and official rt1ss1 nyrr
my District
ner, 5.
this 24th day of February A. Florida, subject to the Democratic: aaadab ws..@.,........,.tee"tft.1960twfar .
tT, subject to the primaries in Kay 1960. I promiseyou AMfcM 2-OoM Mna SM X tM law
19CO.. :' in May, 1960. that If I am re-elected to this lory. ........ ......, toMfe tefant tun.i. .
.DALE M. LESLIE ... .
Clerk SbtI.II. ,. roIuIl(1
cult Court. conscientious and important office I will continue I ; atra.-'
to the best of my to render the highest type
SEAL) if you.elect: me to service to all of the people. Get Rambler's FREE Automotive X-Ray NOW
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By Jane W. Baker. D. C. -
earnestly solicit yMu I will deeply.appreciate your vote ,- '
Feb 26 ( and. SUPPOrt. ,; '' '1ckERs ,4'"
> J IMPLEMENT. Inc. 3l7S.RangeStj; : ; ,
.. .Sincerely yours, .1, t. .. .. ... .
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'; I'57 Ford Ranch liDtJumbo Hamburgers in. OUR FRATERNALLIFE

: MR. FARMER!! waill 6-in bun 40c.WHITE PROTECTION :

: TOP DRIVEINI 1//

R & H, overdrive $1195 I I ,

,. HARDEE MOTOR CO. PHILPOT DAILY SAYS LIVING HUMOR NEEDEDIN COSTS LEI CI / I II


Dr Harry Phflpot. Vke-Presi-

dent of the of Floridawas
University
Ten Democrats And
guest speaker at the eleventh I I OFFERS I'i!i
GARDEN SEEDS FEEDS
annual Rotary Club Ladies nightTuesday
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COKER'S: SEED CORN FERTILIZER of Two Republicans Ii ; at the Woman' Club.

His humorous address which kept

FUNK'S SEED CORN TOBACCO > BED Race For-Govemtr the audience in stitches,, stressedthe i1onayti'THfi FAMILY FRATERNITY''* I

need for humor in daily livingto "

DIXIE 18 SEED ,CORN.BLUE. MOLD POISON The Secretary--of Stateoffke strain.ease Forms the tension of humor, turmoil not only and ( )WOODMEN (OF) THE WORLD r.

PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR NITROGEN EARLY ""\ 9.
LIQUID
in Tallahassee was a beehive of help in overcoming: the vicissitudes LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY I'

''' activity Tuesday as state district of life but the ability to laugh at __ 11QMF.OlflCEl 78 f.lm.a.m 4aia t. NtbruQ

FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE(; and legislative candidates swarmed one's self helps maintain the spirit COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' Let muffler and tailpipe

In to qualify before the deadlineat of h humility and helps one to havea

Phone HU 3-2269 Madison. Fla. noon of that day.DemocratJe true perspective of himself. PPJCEED1NGS

Ten candidates and "Let's relax and get a larger Madl-Ftorlda;;: experts check your
Modernize your kitchen with two Republicans have qualified for
measure of joy out of what we do"be
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G-E Appliances, Kitchen Cabinets 2-day 'frre'Sale at t Governor and large numbers of concluded. March 2, 1960 exhaust system free!
The Board of County CommissIoners
other offices show contests. County
and Counter Tops.Setzer's The dinner tables were decorated
Madison Florida,
of County,
Western AutoSWEET
candidates have until March 16th
at to qualify. with cameUw"and fern and the met this day In regular session.. Muffler and tail pipe
noon
( II speaker's table held an arrange- The Chairman Hon. Wilbur G.
SIXTEEN PARTY] The list of candidates for whom ment of daffodils and yellow glads. Rutherford, called the -meeting to

,pu1N Wr fJMAOIfONflOt110A r qualifying time is over, as It concerns A delicious menu of tomato .order All Members were present. installed for only19c

I Miss Jackie Pcpera,* a student of Madison county, is as follows juice cocktail congealed fruit The Chairman opened. the meeting

Madison High School, celebratedher : (Those without opposition chicken with a prayer.
broiled
salad vegetables, "
sixteenth birthday with in their 'automatically Mr George King appeared before ,
a party party are.. hot rolls, lemon tarts and coffee I
Buys and dance Saturday night .at the nominated). I the Board and asked the Board to
Woman's Club. One hundred or Governor. Democrats: Harvey Bel- was served to about eightyfiveguests i fix: a certain road in the Town of 0

Steer ;more guests included the High ser of Bonifay, Farris Bryant of by Mrs T C Goody. I Pinetta. Mr King says that the .B.
Champion AgainSetzer's Rotary dub President II E Me- i County grading machine over the
School set and Others Her grand Ocala, Haydon Burns of Jacksonville INC.
Arthur presented Dr Phflpot with has inched over on his property
... of Madison paid the top parents. Mr and Mrs 51 A Rutherford Doyle Carlton Jr of Wauchu- I years feet.
the Rotary book. Se'enVays To some twenty or thirty
\ price of 94 cents per pound for were hosts. la, Ted David of Hollywood, Fred with
Mr King presented the Board !
,i Peace, at the close of the address.In a
the Grand Champion steer of the
The ball room stage'and lounge Dickinson of West Palm Beach l a right-of-way deed for the roads,
North FloridaLivestock Show, held clever and original talks E M I
,were elaborately decorated In a George Downs of Winter Park, in this area, and the Board accepted
in Madison this week The 1,048 Page Jr welcomed the guests; i
color motif of white and lavender Bill Hendrix of Oldsmar John Me- this deed and agreed to relocate Henry Dickinson 18
pounds Hereford Steer, shown by Randall H Rowe. Jr introduced
Greenville 4-H member Delbert with greenery as a background. In Carty of Ft Pierce, Jim McCorveyof of the road in its proper posi
guests the club and Carl Bevis
Blah, topped all previous prices the center of the ballroom laven-I Hialeah. Republicans: George tion.The
introduced Dr Invocation !
Philpot. I Board had advertised In theEnterpriseRecorder Race for AssessorHenry
when Setzer's purchased the animal der and white streamers to which Petersen of Ft Lauderdale and
was by Rev Paul Touehton and their intention
for $985.1* The Champion were attached silver hearts fell I Emerson Rupert of St Petersburg.State :
benediction by Rev James :Barber.A i of, leasing the County Beach at
will be offered for sale at Setzers' Al .
from a huge silver ball suspendedfrom Treasurer, Democrats: bids
number of guests from MadiSOn Cherry Lake. The following Dickinson lifelong citizen

soon.WinnDixie of Madison bid in the the ceiling. The same decor Cahill of Jacksonville,. Ernest Collins and Holmes Melton, president I.were received and opened: of the county and a pulpwood producer
was repeated on the stage where a I I of Tallahassee, Edwin Larson Cherry Lake Civic Club Inc. $30.00 is in the race for Tax Assessor .
Reserve ChampIon of PhUlip Odohn, of the Mayo Rotary Club, at-
huge basket of white gladioli, anda (incumbent, \Vi'.liam :Murrcll Jr I per year ,for twenty years. of Madison County. His announeefM.nt -
Live Oak FFA member, for 53 tended.B .
lattice of magnolia made a background I of Orlando. Republican: Charles I Pinetta Community Council, Inc. appears elsewhere in
cents. The 843 pound Reserve Champion -
M May Wayne Weger and
Hereford brought ,$446.79. for the lettering "Sweet Fischer of Clearwater. I! i 58.00 per year for twenty years. tbte fiwuo.
I Robert Andrews, were in charge of M Cochran $9.00 per year I '
Harry
Sixteen Jackie"
Wlnn-Dixie will sell this steer, in silver. The deco- Attorney General Rkhard Ervin, GOODYEAR TIRESJIM'S
1 along with three other blue ribbon rations at the entrance to the ball Democrat incumbent, and Carl the decorations.CELEBRATES. for twenty years.

steers that 'they purchased at the room were similar. The handsome Winner Jr. 53, of Ft Lauderdale, John T Merritt $26.00 per year BAY STATION
sale the local Wlnn Dixie. cake 86 BIRTHDAY for twenty years.
at birthday was white embossed Republican.
Barrow like the steer Mrs Ida' J Famell of After considering the bids, and U. S. 90 EAST MADISON -
prices, with "Sweet Sixteen Jackie" in State School SuperintendentThomas Day; cele- motion by Hon Grover C

prangs: set new records in Madison 'lavender, and the individual, cake' Bailey, Democrat, incumbent brated her S6th birthday, Sunday, I upon Cone, seconded by Hon Elzie King, -SAMUEL, .

Tuesday night Farmers' Mutual Ex- squares were white and lavender. and Gilbert Richardson of Feb 28th,.. with her children, grandchildren -I the Board deemed it to be in the E SMITH PASSES
change of Madison paid $1.01 per
Punch: was served with cakes Lakeland and greatgrandchildrengathered best interest of Madison County.
pound for the 2230 .pound Berkshire RepublicanComptroller. Samuel E Smith, age 86, died
barrow of Greenville 4-Irer. Wetzel throughout the' evening. Ray Green, Incumbent at her home A picnicmerws I Florida to accept the high bid Wednesday morning, Mar. 2nd, in a

Blair. The honoree was lovely In a and J L Lee of 1aeksom'i 1e, served and the honoree I submitted by Cherry Lake Civic West Florida hospital after an extended
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Chuck Butler, Jennings FFA member semi-formal ballerina length gown both Democrats. received many lovely 'gifts. Club Inc. The Board requested the illness. He was a native of

,' sold the .Reserve Champion, a. of white nylon over taffeta fashioned Secretary of State. Democrats: Enjoying the event with Mrs legal counsel for the Board to draw MUlerstown Pa, but moved to Florida

Duroc, to Swift and Company for with boat neckline, short puff Tom Adams of Orange Park, E V Farnell were Mr and Mrs Jerry up the necessary lease to be exe- in 1918 and for the past four
cuted both concerned.
40 ceijts per pound. sleeves and cummerbund: of lavcn Fisherof Tallahassee, Tom Foutsof Painter of Madison, Mr. and Mrs by parties 1 years was a resident of Madison.
The Board approved the application -
The 4-H and FFA steers averaged lie was a .member of the Methodist
der silk tied in back with sash Tallahassee, Ed Hornsby of Horace Weaver and children of of Dr Charles L Mattes,' Jr, church.

sales forty this cents year per amounted pound. Total to I,ends reaching to the end of the Tallahassee, Angus Laird of Talla- Cherry Lake Mrs Ida Mae Strick- fot Health Director of Madison and I He is survived by his wife, Mrs

2217053. skirt hassee, J L McMullen of Live Oak land and sons Donald and CUr- Taylor counties This action was) Annie Smith, of Madison.

Other exhibitors and their. steer' Dancing to record music wasenjoyed N D Wainwright of Hollywood, Jess tis, and two grandchildren of Wildwood taken upon the recommendation of, Services were held at 3 pm Thurs-

buyers were-: throughout the evening.The Yarborough of Miami Republican: Mr and Mrs J F Farrell and the State Board of.Health. day in the chapel of the T J BeggsJr

Jimmy Cunningham, Jennings honoree received many lovely Percy Thompson of Gainesville. children of Steinhatchee, Mr and There being no further business,) Funeral Home, with the Rev

FFA-Dr Julian DuRant & Morrow gifts. Commissioner of Agriculture. Benson Mrs J R Ward, Mrs Annie Lou the meeting adjourned. Farris Mayton, of Raiford, officiat

Insurance Agency. t : : Assisting Mrs Rutherford and the Berger of Miami, Loran Carl- McCall Mr and Mrs D B Leggett ATTEST WILBUR RUTHERFORD, Chrm. lug Interment was in Oak Ridge

Alvin Townsend, Pinetta 4-H-F and children of and the Rev : cemetery.
honoree with hospitalities were ton of St Petersburg Doyle Con Day DALE M. LESLIE Clerk.

f 11 Reams Feed Mill. Mrs George Thomas, Mrs 1V ner of Starke W R Hancock of and Mrs Tom Allen of Live Oak.COmAcr MINOR
Paul Braswell, Greenville FFA- AUTO ACCIDENTMr
Florida Plywood. McReynolds, Mrs Howard Coody, Groveland, Charlie Race of Winter11a'm Tackle
; fishing and Mrs Jim Howard and
Wetzel .Blair, Greenville 4-H-Dr .Mrs Adrian Williams. and Mrs Gordon Carey Reams of Maitlandall AWARDEDThe I daughter Charlotte of Tallahassee
contract for the New Methodist
Harrison Hardee Motor Co. Williams. Democrats. -
Frank & .
parsonage has been awarded to BRYAN ELECTRIC enroute to Mad.son: Sunday about
Tommy Musgrovs. Live Oak 4-11- Railroad and Utilities Commis .
Noah E Pepper, work to begin at 12:30 p m were involved in a minor
First National Bank of Live Oak. I ,
CANDIDATES Rent an adding sioner. Democrats: Harry Arkus of
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no bne
Caron Baker, Keystone Heights machine to total promises of support -, Jim Blanton of St Augus- CARD OF THANKSWe I was
1 4-I1-U"e Oak Gas Co. from the deer pecpuL THE E-R. Tampa, four bedroom and three bath structure hurt, but their, 1935 Oldsmobile
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(incumbent) '
tine, \\in.uon was $23300.
:Tom Coody, Madison FFA-South wish to express our deep appreciation had a side smashed In. The accident

Georgia Grocery Co. Termites ? Republican: Victor Rule of Tampa. to our many friends for occurred as a car entering

Arky Rogers, Lake City 4-11-. Swarming Congressman. 8th District D R Mr and Mrs Hardy M HarrcH their beautiful expressions of sym- U S 90 from a Side road crashed

\\1nn-Dixle. CALL (Billy) IlattheIncumbent.. and son George of Jacksonville pathy, floral offerings, food and into the Howard car. The car was
Gloria Cooper, Monticello .c-It- State Representative Madison visited their uncle Mr L B Welch oUter remembrances at the passing driven by man from Quitman
a
Fred Stoklcy. : BurkeExtennmating County. George Jewell Jr, A. LLcggett this week end. Mrs Georgia Pert of oUr son, Pat Hagan. May God.who also ,
: escaped
injury. I
of SL Cloud has come to with '
Williams Pinetta 4-11- stay bless alLv.
Eugene
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Jr and Otis Peavy, incumbent you
' Eagle's Department: Store. the L B Welches for a while. Billy \ B. HAGAN and family.
John Odom, Live Oak 4-H-Commercial Co. Welch of FSU and the Burton Mrs Frank Paterson is in Gainesville I
Bank of Live Oak. Justice of Supreme Court Group Welches of Daytona Beach are fre- this week with her son, Frank
,. David Gardner, Monticello 4-H"- Phone 293-J Perry, Florida 1: Charles Bodner, of Miami and quent visitors- home since their G 11 Thippen "of Sanford was a Paterson. who has been transferredto

.Miller Hardware, Monticello. lag Co, Sunnyland Packing Co and Glenn Terrell, incumbent both Dad has been ill. The visits of the visitor at* his old home here over. the University Medical Center I

.'. Irwin Ulm, Madison 4-H-Eagle's Goldmerit Packing Co. :;Democrats.. The other two Supreme many friends neighbors and the'the week end. I for treatment of a back injury.

t. Department Store. Other barrow buyers were-Su-1\\Court Justices, Stephen O'Connelland pastors of neighboring churches Rev Joseph Gammon of Lake

" Jennings FFA Chapter, Jennings wannee Packing Co., Suber & Edwards I, Campbell Thornal, are un- have been so much appreciated by I City S C, former pastor of the Members of the Presbyterian

I'. -Florida Power Corp and Swift & Co. I opposed. Mr and Mrs Welch. At this writing .Presbyterian church, here will r church had a Family Night supper

. Jerry Herring Pinetta 4-H The Youth Steer showmanship Court of Appeal judge North Mr Welch seems to be feeling.preach at the Madison Presbyterian and program Wednesday night in

Florida Bank at Madison. trophy was awarded to JimmyCunningham I J Florida District Robert Ben of better. church Sunday March 13th.'1 the educational building in obser

James Braswell, Greenville FFAWinnDixie. Jennings FF A. I,Jacksonville and Donald Carroll -x- lIe is putting In two weeks of his.Na"y vance of the World Missions work.
The Youth barrow showmanship t Mrs J G Ashley was hostess to Africa is the continent upon which
service at Jacksonville and
i Terry Ragans, Madison 4-H, trophy was presented to Gary Bryant I(Incumbent), both* Democrats. her bridge club Monday afternoon. special interest is focused this
Circuit Judge Thin Circuit Visitors were Mrs A II Armstrongand 1 received permission to come over
Groover Tractor Co. Greensboro FFA. year, and a map of that great land
Brby Braswell. Greenville FFA- In the adult pen of cattle competition Group One Hal W Adams (Invcumbtnj Mrs Walter Cooper. Club'to Madison. for the occasion, .division was placed at each plate.

\ iYi-County Electric Co. Frank Henry Reams, Greenville ). A K Black SamoeJ S prizes were awarded to Mrs R 11 -x- Mrs Mort Bunting Jr is the 'local

.. Lee 4-H-Madison had the best all Democrats. Rowe and Mrs Henry Messer for church's World Missions
Jimmy Cherry car lot (pen of Smith 'llr and Mrs W Williams spent chairman
Restaurant 10); George Townsend, the best Circuit Judge, Group 2. R 11 holding high and second high scares, j and Mr Albert Bhak of Korea, a
I the weekend in Charleston, S. C.
Mrs received the 151tot's
Armstrong \ -
Letoy Ragans, Madison 4HWimvDixie. pen 61 5; Frank Lawton best pen J Rowe.. :student at Florida State, University
prize. visiting their and daughter-in-
son
of 3. Other high platings were by State Attorney William R. spoke on Korea, its history, and the
Jack Belle, Leon Co. 4-H-Leon Glenn Miller, Fred Stokcley, !Ienj j Slaughter. :law Mr and M.rsValter Williams, mission work there. .
Federal Savings & Loan. ticello, and Bishop Clark Jr, Perry. Madison County Council of Home aRdQUnC son --x--

to John Houdc, Taylor Co. 4-H- The Gain-In-Weight Contest sponsored .KEEP UP WITH POLITICS Demonstration dubs served refreshments Dr and Mrs Richard Plant and

Pinkerton &: Hays Lumber' Co-, by the Florida Retail Federa- IN THE E-R at the County sttXtsmW 2-day fire Sale at daughters, Rachel and Rebecca, of

\ Perry. / tion was as follows: f --..- March 1st and 2nd. The Chattahoochee spent Sunday' here
Mike. Scanlon Madison FFAMadison 1st- Jerry Herring, Pinetta 1:4-11-: ladies served sandwiches cake
with Dr Plant's'parents,
Western AutoRadiator Mr and
Stock Yards.BillJohnson 229 pounds perday..
cookies, hot dogs, cold drinks and
Live .Oak 4-H-J D 2nd-Phillip Odom Live Oak FFA I Goodyear Farm Traetwr hot coffee Mrs C M Plant. Dr Plant, formerly
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Odom. -2.19 pounds per day. 3f: Darlington S C, has been living

" Monroe Walker Monticello, 4-11- 3rd Jimmy Cherry Lee 4-11- UUUUUUWtfUiPJ\ l it Chattahoochee since Jan 1st

I Felix Bullard. 2.15 pounds per day. 'TIRFS when he became Inspector of the

.; 'Berton Belcher, 1.Pinetta FFADrT This year's livestock show was aA Modernize yojxr kitchen with Dental Department of the Mental

G Bouland & Mr'Shear. sponsored by the North Florida Large stock, priced. right ,(.-E Appliances, Kitchen Cab! RepairingMcWilJi Hospitals of Florida.

Dwight Hicks, Lee 4-H-Cherry Livestock Association with assistance ** .
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Feed Store. from the State Department of Messer&ttery. nets and Counter Tops. '

t Wayne Bradshaw, Live Oak 4-U- Agriculture, Madison County Boardof ms Garage G-E Appliances-

Suwannee Packing?..Co. Commissioners, City of Madison, & 1re. i iI iI II

Packer buyers. :fof'! the ,show and many Civic organizations and Howerton Supply Co.
steers were-Swift & Co, BBC Pack- business establishments: In this! area.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 4th 1960 THE!: '\ '"

"'1" CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE ,. ,." :!'.,
.100 Late To Classify" 5th DISTRICT :

j MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA

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Model _3-bedroom masonry I respectfully announce my candidacy JrflTT,

i r home..Corner lot 5t% mortgage. for re-election as Constable

/ Looks good and is good, with payments District 5, Madison County, (Greerv O l
;; Attention, Outboard Motor Owner 1 only $71 per month. Cash vile) Florida. If re-elected I will

fWAIT to mortgage NO CLOSING, COSTS continue to give the people of Distrkt t
1. I 5 the \
; same fair.and Impartial
I. i Broadus 'iYilks4ighby law enforcement as I have in the

Beware jignition putt Your vote in the forth cuminsHayCPrimaries ., -
of rust, power" robbing carbon, faulty 4 ,/
REALTOR will be ;;
j condensation in carburetor and gas tank. Bring your Phone Office HU 3-6481 predated. greatly ap )J I.

motor in for a Spring tune-up BEFORE April 1, along Residence HU 3-648L Madison ALBERT 0 SISTRUNK. i ; .

with this clipping and receive a FREE CARTON OF OIL MADISON, FLORIDA Constable '
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WORTH'$2.40. / .
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FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ... .
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DONT FORGETf 210 acres Farm large 3 bedroom '
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\ ** '. 1. B th.home approx 23 acres IT .
I respectfully announce candidacy
my
; This offer .good through March s, 1960V.,,. ..a* ".?. ;. pines good terms. for re-election as County : .
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CHERRY LAKE Commissioner in District One for
}61960 14-FT, SPORT-CRAFT, BOAT, including wind- ,
Approx 1L6 acres land, large 3 another term subject to the Democratic .
-...:'shield, top and cushions. .,'" bedroom home i Bath. Price, primaries May, I have given ,y

1960 Mercury,400-45 hp with controls. ;> :8.600:00.: faithful and honest service to Madison !
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I ."" \,1960 14 FT. Mastercraft trailer, with tilt, tie-down 3>4 r acres land 3 Bedroom home, County and will continue to ''. t!

i '*strap, winch and lights. 1 Bath. Large Living ,room and do so if re-elected. It has been a Pay your bills the "write"
I dining room. Price $7,500.00 termsto pleasure to erve the good people way '

be arranged of this county and I will continueto
Only $1195.00{ -Easy Terms I all around town to
work In harmony with the other Don't waste time and energy running

LUCINDY J. VARNER Commissioners for what Is best for pay bills. A fountain pen and a checking account (regularor

: 25iHP JOHNSON with controls, 12-foot runabout boat Madison County. Your vote and special) here are all you need ,to pay bills from they
Realtor E Base St Madison
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f with steering, and trailer for only across from Setzers Shopping support will be greatly appreciated. comfort of your own home. Come in open an account.
Sincerely: ,

$450.00{ ,- Easy Terms Center. Phone HU 36343. WILBUR G. RUTHERFORD .

FOR SALE: Two sets oil burning Florida Bank Madison .
.. tobacco cookers. In good condition. FOR CLERK OF THE at

f I. MRS. L. J. ELLINGTON, Rt. Z CIRCUIT COURTI Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ,

Madison", Fla. 27-ltpd And Florida National of Banks
Group
Perry Mercury OutboardN. respectfully announce my candidacy
FOR RENT: One down-stairs fur. for re-election to the office of .

nished apartment. 928 South Clerk of the Circuit Court for Gloria Cooper of Monticello 4-H;
JEFFERSON STREET PHONE GG8-J PERRY, FLA.RCA Range St Phone Hu 36408. Madison County, Florida subjectto Blair Boys ShowChampions 4th David Gardner of Jefferson

Mrs G 0 Purvis. 27: -tf-ch
the Democratic to be
I. .. ,-Jf' :;. :, 1'- .-._ ._'; rI .. J I primary Grand 4H.Blue ribbon winners in cattle
held 3, I960. If elected, I shall
.- -"Y : ': t : ; May ,
It's ; :: competition for adults: Pen of
APPROVED Here! continue to discharge the dutiesof
C of Madtoen
three Frank Lawton
this office to the best of my
-RODEO- -WANTED- I shall be for county; Pen of five, George Town-
ability. grateful
The VALIANT your Greenville
at and Delbert Blair of the send; Pen of ten, Frank H>Reamsof
F. vote support.: 4.11 Club showed the grand champion e

SAT.-MN. RAGANS MOTOR CO. Oak and Hickory DALE Sincerely LESLIE, steer a Polled Hereford weighing Madison. county.BARROWS

.. M 1090 pounds,,, and his brother Reserve grand champion in

MARCH 12, 13 Come by Today! Logs Yetsel Blair, also of the Greenville youth class, a Duroc by Chuck

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT 4.11 Club, the grand champion Butler of Jennings FFA.
ANY AMOUNT THREE barrow a Berkshire in the big champion in adult
atBRANFORD Reserve grand
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North Florida livestock show here Berkshire cross by Wily
class a : }
PEOPLE READ E-R ADS! A.DREAMSJR. candI- and' Tuesday. Wetzel
I respectfully announce my Monday Blair of Greenville.Pen .
I FLA. To give 'em your" sales pitch call dacy for re-election as County Commissioner Blair's grand champion was In the of three: Youth class Del-'
The E-R by 'TUESDAY at 5 P M PHONE 2861.GREENVILLE .
for another term subjectto youth division and: Miss Janet 'bert Blair; Adult class. Alton

TIME OF SHOWS: FLA. the Democratic primaries in Cannon showed the grand champion, 'King of Greenville., .-
1'HEVEATIIER\ May. Thank for the privilegeof in adult division.
8:00 PM\ ON MAR. 12 you a Duroc the Showmanship trophy Gary Bryantof
It; serving you during the past Polled, Herefords represented the Greensboro FFA. ,.

2:30 PM\ ON :MAR.. ,' .13. years. It is my singer| wish youreelect largest entry in the cattle show.
WANTED Short Order cook. Hours
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n. Week ending March 1st 1960 me, so I can continue to Other honors included the following Rlcharrt. Shear and
and Mrs ]
Mr
Max Min. llf. 4 to 10 p m Monday through serve I am most grateful for .
Parade in Branford you. : two sons spent ,the week end v in
'. Wednesday 67 40 .13 Thursday; 4 td 11:30: p m Friday your confidence, and assure you STEERS Miami visiting friends. ,
Thursday 67 53 1.83 and Saturday nights. HILLCREST
that I will continue to serve all
SAT. March 12 5 PM Friday 60 35 .00 DAIRY BAR, HU 3-6400. !the people of Madison County in Reserve grand champion, Philip
Saturday 58 35 00 27 2t-ch honest. efficient and courteous; Odom of Live Oak FF A. 2-day Tire Sale at ,
Sunday 73 42 .00 an Showmanship trophy, Jimmy Cunningham It
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Produced 'oy Monday 77 51 .00 WANTED: To rent a spot to park manner as always. Your vote and I of Jennings FFA; 2nd WesternILLY'S Auto

FOYE REYNOLDS Tuesday 65 43 .00 trailer for about a month, with support win be greatly appreciated. place Wayne Bradshaw also of

...- sewer and electric facilities. Sincerely, Jennings FFA.Heavyweight.
Sponsored by TOTAL 1.96 CECIL BEUGNOT General Delivery GROVER C cmmMrs division: 1st. Del 'l11' lt
SUWANNEE RIVER Rainfall week ending Feb 27th at
Madison, Fla 27-lt-pd
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I bert Blair 2nd. Jimmy Cunningham -
RIDING CLUB'f Gibson Tower 4.70 in, Lovett Tower
4.90 in, Sinclair Tower 4.90 In, Mill LOST: Villerauce wrist watch with O'Nefl McCullough ; 3rd. Wetzel Blair. GO BY (

f EVENTS: v Creek Tower 4.90 in, Madison fores- leather band Reward CHARLES Middleweight: 1st Philip Odom;
try headquarters 3.60 in. STOUT, HU 36975. 27-lt-ch I 2nd, Alvin Townsend of Pinetta FOR YOUR WATCH REPAIRING
BULLDOGGINGI
Rainfall month of February 6.58 Passes In Columbus Ga.
I i Need a baby sitter! Call JUDY 4-H; 3rd Tommy Musgrove of LiveOak Courteous Service
t SADDLE BRONC In. 4.11 4th Arkcy Rogers of Values
HU 27-2t-ch Outstanding
3-G329.
BURNETT ;
I Rainfall Jan 1st to March 1st, .
', .BAREBACK BRONC 1960, 10.40 in. \ MBBMM MWWHM tHBMB MI B aMMMMMMMHBMFOLSOM Mrs O'Nen""ik .nough, ,ape 36, Columbia 4-H; 5th, John Odom of Come in and.,,eo. Us
passed at 12:25 a. m. March KELLVrftePAl I K SHOP
Sowannee.
I Sunrises Mar 4th 6:58 am, IN ATLANTA away
t, CALF ROPING sets 6:34 pm. / 2na at St. Frances Hospital Columbus Lightweight: 1st, Paul Braswell MADISON

t,: e BULL RIDINGCLOVERLEAF Moon sets Mar 4th 12:21 am. V :M Folsom Distributor for the Ga.' Mrs McCullough was well.lof| Greenville FFA; 2nd, carol a
known in Madison as the daughter- .
Moon in constellation of. Taurus. Pure Oil Company, is attendingthe I Baker Keystone Heights 4-H; 3rd -
in-law of Mrs :Mabel HempkilL -- '- -
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1960 Pure Oil Company Sales
Funeral services will be held at
Added Prize Money $500 High tide Mar 4th at St Marks I
meeting in Atlanta this week. The 2 pm. Friday March 4th in the
7:26
f> light pm.
purpose of this Division-wide meet Church of God 914 27th St, -SPECIAL- ,

-CLARKI SOLD ing is to recognize outstandingsales Columbus. The SUffler-Hamby
'" WE ARE HEADQUARTERS -, accomplishments for 1939 ai Funeral Home win be in charge 1
has cold the
f' Broadus Willoughby: and the Rev E 0 Pearse will oWelate.
well introduce
: Gene Clark home to Mr and Mrs as new and improved JIM TONEY HOMESSpecial
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FOR AP-
f"' Lawrence I.orre.j MAJOR products and customer services. Survivors include her husband

; 2-day Tire Sale at PLIANCES. WESTERN BUSY 14th BIRTHDAY who G; A,Is and a missionary three sons,to James E1 Salvador.Lester, 2-Bedroom Home Featuring

: Virgil O-Neil Jr. and Alfred Hitchcock ROCK NAILED UP.
j T C Gibson who celebrated his McCullough her father and ALL SHEET
, Auto AUTO.j
Western 14th Leap Year birthday Feb 29, mother, Mr and Mrs L B Chambers 17-OUTLET ELECTRIC SERVICE

I ____ will have no trouble rememberingthe of 1517 Hilton Ave Columbus; seven
J event First Radio WMAF gave sifters and other relatives. NO MONEY DOWN

him a birthday song salute at Contributions in Mrs tough .{
CHARGE
NO TRAVEL '
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c will be put Into a memorial ..
: jtIc. noon then at 9 o'clock p m one of memory
his houses in westMadison: burned I I fund to be used among the natives I O ONLY $36.40 PER MONTH \,
t., of El Salvador, where sheorked,
up. Otherwise the day was un on the mission fields for the test

(!\'enttut1odernize years of her life.Relatives I

and friends leaving .
Thursday for Columbus to attend f
your kitchen with the funeral services were Mrs A HHcmphilL (I 7.

GeE Appliances, Kitchcra Cabinets Miss Lucille McCullough,
I II
Mr and Mrs R F McCttllough and] .
and Counter I
I !. SEE OUR DISPLAY OF S Tops. .II I I I LucInda family Mrs J Varner Betty and Bowers daughter.MrsJ E' Block or Frame $1,095,00 and Up

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1 Mrs Vernal Webb, and the Rev and!
j Ramblers and GMCsThis Mrs B B Bricklry of Madison and MODEL HOME AND OFFICE AT WALDO, FLA.,

Mr Archie McCullough of Jackson-I' PHONE HO 8-2781 .

: ----- ville. ALSO MODEL HOME IN LAKE CITY

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CHECK
4., choose.. from It's Here! Modernize your kitchen with Before you buy .
Write
t. CaU Collect or -
CHECK WITH ', G-E Appliances, Kitchen Cab-!
. '.EDGAR HAIRCLOTH: .. TheVAIIANTat I Jim Toney HomesP.
..odIIiJb'J! it.'. nets and Counter Tops. Tena Loftis
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IMPLFJI.ENTCOMPANY RAGANS MOTOR CO. o. Box 541
f I: YLS: ;, 1 IIw.W P. O. Box 637 Phone 3736
'f HU 3-6954
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$895 FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK Brought To You Weekly ByHoward


MOTOR, CO. IS AN ESSENTIAL- PART Studstifl
'. lt"l1 OF ANV GAME AND FISH/ ',' ..
E MANAGEMENT PROcSRAM-
If 4' CHERRY LAKE NEWS S rr 'INCLUDES FAGTGA"THERlHGr "'' '

w: r "T DETERMINe WHAT 15 Lumber Co.
Mrs Laurette Massey under- TAKIN6 PLACE IN THE PLAHr ..0
went surgery last Thursday at the "t AND ANIMAL LIFE OP A ;. f
Baptist Memorial Hospital in Jack ,1 PARTICULAR AREA INFLC7RIPA MRS NETTIE CHASON. MRS JOE

o ponville and is reported recovering BEVAN and MRS CECIL suiU
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nicely. 1 VAN, do you read .the 'FIshermans f ",
Betty Bags year old daughter of r 1 ex o j Calendar! .... .:.
Mr and Mrs Billy Barrs, a patientin lrt ,
a Quitman hospital is reported .
Jn the road to ,recovery. w ",

.4 Cherry Lake Civic !Club meetfog t COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR t -. !- .
will be "1dardt << ;
Tuesday, 8th, 7:30 (
\ FOR nil WZZK MARCH 6 THRU MAROTI3fcr
.. p m at the school for ,a very .

interesting program fcr trait D>r fr, T 8e WMa rWa g'h >.taat" 'A
The W M U' ,Week of Prayer: .
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will be observed at the Baptist ; y. SUN (MOM TUE WED THU FR, SAT SUN
Church every' morning Mar 7- .i1... 6 \ 7 8 I 9 I 10 I 11 I 12 I ,13
11th at 9:30-10:30 o'clock. Wednesday / 'wa J I fcffi> I M 1 M )a .
night the ladies -will give the 8:17 9:05 9:5, 10:40 11:28 12:16 12:40 1.05PM
Prayer Program' at 7:30: YOUR GAME ANd FRES PM PM PM PM AM AM AM
WSCS meets Sunday 7 p m at WATER FIU COMk5ION'S SPEC.IAuYrRAINED :: ,

the Methodist .church. All ladies I -ARE' BUSY FISH THRuour AND SAME F'LORIPA PERSONNEL STupY'HG J Hadcw e&-' Better the Day for Fishing I
welcome to. both church pro- THE PoPt1LA-rIONSTHE MOVEMEW1 fE I

__, grams. FooD AND L4VINS RETIREMENTS I ofWRIVA'S .
Mr and Mrs Hunter Harrell arc P MANY WILPMFE SPECIE 5MANASE -' Het '
convalescing at 'home. N FOftMATIOH 15+HEP FfitIM:: "THesE: SruP eS HOWARD STUDSTILL
IS usaP '1b IN THE BEST WAY,
r L ss L.E f=U>RlPK5! VALUABLE WILPtJfERESouRCCS '-
Madison County has the LUMBER COMPANY

reputation: of having a good ... .
County Court. Keep this good HU ::1-6106 MADISON, FLORIDA
reputation by Voting For and

-"RA..---1......I'HnlP.... .o. man that Tiao 6aag r #
proven himself qualified in o c MOREHtAD CITY, N C, Feb 9 Sixth Fleet's amphibious striking

'/ every respect for the 'many r It's Here! '57 Ford Tudor Economy '(Delayed) (FHTNC-Marine Acting force in the Mediterranean. 60 Falcon 2-door
While the Marines
duties overseas
legal of this I
important ,
II Sgt Oswell P Shea, son of Mrs
office The YAIIANTatRAG4ANS 6 I II I'Lester Shea of Fla.. 'participated In five landing operations -
$960 Greenville Demonstrator R .& H
VOTE FOR I 'I disembarked Feb 9, at Morehcad II in four different countries. ,

Curtis B. Earp MOTOR CO. HARDEE[ MOTOR CO. ; City, N C from ships of Amphibious I Recreational{ visits to Spain, HARDEE MOTOR
'
i I Squadron Six after a six- France Italy and Greece were also CO.

e.. '; COUNTY JUDGE Come by Today! "'- .,cJI ,"",- ,"-,",",",-","",-.,.!;month tour of duty as the US made. --.
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Churches(Paid Urge Political Sunday Adv't) Hopewell \\VMU .; FridaySaturday Mar. 4, 5. ...:,


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School Attendance Mrs Bill Lamb was hostess to the '- "
WMU of Hopewell Baptist church
,held Tuesday February 23rd, at ;
The churches of Madison are en- 7:30 p m. t i
aging in a cooperative attempt The program "And Unto God,* -
to increase Sunday School attendance dealt with a family's preparation
during the month of' March: ,and atUtude to Sunday \Vorshlp.I I
It is believed that this effort will I The attitudes and trends in the .
community toward the Lord's Day
serve to extend the Influence of
were discussed with these questionsin
all churches into the community ,.
mind: Are there businesses which "
and for this reason should be sup.. need to be closed f Snorts that need ** 'tti *
ported by all people who believe discouraging The shared eftperi __
that the churches have an influence ences of preparing Sunday dinner. sr
-.,.,. for good. Each 'church Joins This poem read by one of the.
," in urging everyone to: ATTEND: members presented the attitude.
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL OF YOUR families Sabbath should have about the. OUR "FIRST LINE" 100% DUPONT NYLON CORD '
.t. CHOICE Contributed. : !
"A man may tinker with his car,':
Or take a shotgun out. V y l
Or, he may grab a rod and reel 1 ro y <
I9jIk1. ONLY
And try to catch a trout;
A woman has her household tasks, ';' l1'. .
TERMITES Like mending socks and shirts I ,.;
But Sunday isn't Sunday "
Unless we gt> to church." (Selected)
Plans were discussed in preparation .
for the "VTeek of Prayer"torHome f .
Missions' to be observed by .
the Hopewell WMU March 7-11. $7 i :
One hour meetings will be held in r
the homes of different members I
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1'Call ,|each day. _

.'56 Rock Riviera coupe ] ,
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3-4340, Talla- I I : ,
'llect hasseeHI1IST I II $845HARDEE PREETire :;,.

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Sp'e g&t's 8t McNair's Hybrid Seed Corn e ':. s t

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Charleston Grey & Cwigo Watermelon Seed LOOK WHAT YOU SAVE 4. ::: .

TRY SOME OF OUR GOOD GA.RED SWEET POTATOES .. .., .

ace us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT- SIZE TUBE TYPE TUBELESS flIJ fJflJlJ1j) ;' e '6,',): ;

1 VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS Ld! Pric Colt tf $1X0 IJat Pric Cost + SI.DO .. !

LARD CANS SEEDSWE .. 8.10 x 15 S3L10 $15X3 $35,13 $17. 5* Ueolor .
BUY YOUR PECANS IN ANY QUANTITY .
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7.10x15 S3UO S17JS' $38. 0 19.10
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$59$70
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SHOT. PfflTJiTS PARRAMORE, HU 3-6219
per 1000 ft.' Good heart material- I,. f

good for sub-iloor, sheathing and I F .. ..

porch floors. .........
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S-in, Square Edge t. .
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; I .' -411 Post No. 224, March 12.
HARDEE MOTOR CO.
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per 1000 board feet. Supper 7.8
.-.. pm. Door prizes'

Plenty of good used house sills ;3.00, per couple.
High Blood PressureDrags
and ti
framing material Big tarings. BAPTIST DAY QF PRAYER

(J\HTNC-Sg't. David Beasley (right) of Lee Fla., Major Medical FOR HOME MISSIONS :

PAUL WILLIAMSON, EtfemicesMAblSQN receives congratulations from Capt. Paul M Payson, commander The Annie Armstrong AU-Day

of Headquarters Battery VII Corps Artillery, program on Home Missions was held
PHONE HU ,.3-6781. : ; Advance Tuesday by the WMS of the First
FLORIDA after re-enlisting for'six years in the Regular Army while Baptist Church ..

serving as artillery communications specialist in the
Mrs R B
5CYPRJESSLEAP Candidates-Strew your name artillery in Mohxingen, Germany. The sergeant entered chairman Bryan was program .
and
the Circles
&
all around the county with E-R the Army in 1954 and arrived overseas on this tour of Drug now In use to treat high WMS of the

ARD campaign cards, posters, dr-. duty in October 1957 Beasley, whose wife, Helga, and great blood pressure advances represent of medical one science of the .Home Missions presented of the the study Southern of

E S cuars. Be sure to say something parents, Mr and Mrs Edwin L Flowers, live in Lee, is a daring the past ten years These .Baptist Convention A covered dish

I df"' Mhu nice about yourself, even 1952 graduate of Madison High School (US Army Photo) drugs have given: physicians newtools :luncheon was served at noon.

"2JI"'UJllt with which they can bring The regular monthly business
if no one else will almost aU cases of high blood
I meeting was held after lunch.
Qualifying Fees pressure under control, provided.
YEAR BABY TRACK PRACTICE BEGINS LATEST HIT ,
t of course, the patient cooperates
... BOOK SHELF
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.... ._ fully. .
Mrand :Mrs Stanley Bland announce Coach Louis Thompson of the RECORDS at In most cases the cause of high .1.--
f A new book at the Public Library
I the birth of a, baby boy at North Florida Junior College has Qualification time for county can- blood pressure is not known. Doc-
announced that track practice has tors call the ailment 1 is the Fabulous Showman by
the local hospital at 3:05,p m Feb didates began this Tuesday at noon "hypertension. '
begun. It is planned that the team Smith It Is quite common. Estimates of Wallace. The book is a biography
29. So far as known this Is the DrugStore and will end at noon Tuesday, Mar
r will represent NFJC at the Florida 15th. the number of Americans with I of P' T Barnum the great showman -
only 1960 Leap Year baby in Madi
Relay, which will be held in Gaines The qualifying fees (3# of high blood pressure range upward ] In its pages are Tom Thumb
son County. He was named Stan from authorities Jenny Lind and all the
about 5000000. Some fascinating
ville .
26.LAND
March
f on annual salary required by state law
ley Curtis Bland. put the number affected as I personalities of the world of the I
-- I and *.i of 1 # set by the ,county high as 15000000. c circus.

" GREAT BOOKS GROUP DEALS .. !'committee) for the various offices Hypertension adds to the workof .

are as follows: the arteries. It causes the heartto
I The Great Books Discussion,Group Mary Cook to Faye Marie Cook F-A mUCK AND County Judge ___ $234.40 pump with increased force. Overa Mr and in Mrs Jacksonville James Comvay spent

r met Monday iri the NFJC library 475 ft x 256 ft x 339,ft *. 214 ft Clerk Circuit Court ... 262.50 period of years this may result :Monday Conways sister Mrs J Meek visiting Clark.Mrs .

ti 'with AI Hofflander as moderator. In SWU of SWtf, Sec 32, Tp 1 N, Tax Collector _._....... ....._. 210,00 in heart strain. The heart may en .
t The discussion was on Aristotle: R .9 E.Wesley, Tractor OpeningFraleighAshley Tax Assessor 20984 large and its efficiency may thus Corn

Politic I II English and wife to A D Sheriff 26150 be lessened. The blood pressure may $120 in JasperNEW
Mrs J L Brinson invited the also become so high that it may
I Reams Sr, one acre in NW 4 of Superintendent of Public Instruction
to meet at her hone March Truck and Tractor weaken the arteries or hasten the "'
group
SE k, Sec 17, Tp 1 N, R 7 E. 236.60 TESTAMENTS \
14th, for the study of Plutarch: Co held their big opening Friday .r onset of atherosclerosis or hardening
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f E 0 Rutherford and wife to and County Attorney 17753 of the arteries. "
Lycurgus and Numa. Saturday. The spadou
.r.. Hercules Powder Company, stumpage new building of steel and concrete Supervisor of Registration _..84.00School .The drugs now being used to Hospital. Administrator Mr Frank '

PoiSoaed on 80 acres in Sec 35. Tp 1 is located on the Valdosta highway.A Board Member 31J50 treat hypertension are designed to J Davis reported a visit by. theGideons .
? Dogs ; NR10E. show County Commissioner 3150 lower the elevated blood pressure. : to Madison County Memorial *
< \ room parts department These are of several! types each J Hospital Sunday, Feb 21, when
Not
Greenville
Justice of Peace,
Dachshund to and offices the front of -
A pet belonging Mr and Mrs Van H Priest left comprise seeking 'accomplish the desired 1 they left a number of New Testaments
Mrs Charlie Dixon of South Range the building with the determined yet
rear space '
different
effect In somewhat
, Wednesday and Mr, and Mrs' C E Constab'le Not determined a way. I for the various rooms.
St Madison died a horrible death being used for work on farm I Greenville Perhaps the most widely knownof
Russell will tomorrow (Friday) to 3
recently of poisoning according to go machinery tracks tractors autos yet these drugs Is the tranquilizer i --
New York City to attiend the annual
f stated On All other J P Districts None Rauwolfla or Indian snake root. :
Mrs 0 W Cochrane, who ete. the large grounds surroundIng -
markets will be in the
r:: a post-mortem revealed the pet metropolis\0) for They two weeks. .the building is a big display of Small Claims Judge .-. .-- 1450 Save Now! Buy Now!

r f., died of strychnine in hamburger' the latest in farm machinery of: County Surveyor --- None Program on International Affairs

meat -x- ;a>U kinds. and Legislation at the Woman's dub
J Mrs H T Holton's pet cocker Mr and Mrs Jack L Wells and Many beautiful flowers were IK THE CIRCUIT COURT 3rd coffee 10:00 a. m. Thursday, March MALONE MATTRESS
daughters Misses Toni Jean and
also heavy dose of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, 10 at the club house.
spaniel
t got a sent to the opening by well wishers.
Christine have moved from one of IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY.IN .
poison In her neighborhood. She Refreshments, trip served and SALE
{ the Studstill houses In Lakeside to CHANCERY.Minnie i
> stated the dog had not been uptown the house on N E Hancock street :balloons were given the children Lee Blue Bryant, PIalattff.3iarbn Termites Swarming?

t.' to the garbage cans. She vacated by Mr and Mrs Gordon Ittendin I ; vs.

reported veterinarians who treated Ashley. Bryant Defendant CALL At t Dunn Furniture Co.\

f the pet said poison was evident TO:- Marion Bryant Building 6, 'BurkeExterminating

but only a post-mortum would reveal '53 Chrysler '2-oVor LEE NEWS NOTESMr Apartment 17 Asbury Park New ONTINUES THRU FRI & SAT.

t. the kind However. with the Jerre}. Co. MARCH 4.5 ,
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treatments the dog shows Improvement DIVORCE r
dean car $295 and Mrs M W Cherry Sr had You are hereby notified that a| I
Dir and Mrs I W Grogan, Mrs J H Bill. of Complaint for Divorce has Phone 293-J Perry. Florida

tardy and Mrs Lillian Jenkins of i been! filed aga.Uut01, and you are I -

r Corn $120 .in Jasper HARDEE MOTOR CO. week forth end.Carolina as guests during the 1 required to serve a copy of your .,

Answer or Pleading to the Dill of
Mr and Mrs J Whitty.. Mr and I
the Plaintiffs Attorney
Complaint on -
DOROTHY GRAY Mrs H C Whitney and Tommy R. E. Cowart whose address YOUR CADILLA -PONTIAC -
went Jacksonville ,
to Sunday for a
is Madison, Florida, and file the
visit with Mr and Mrs .Therall
CE.8EAR SALE original answer or Pleading In the
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Hall
and d ldren.
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Mr and Mrs Waldron C Ragans,
RAMBLER VAUXHALL ,ry
Court in and for Madison County
Miss Anneli, and Carlye Ragans ,
Florida on or before the 26th tiay
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If- went to Cocoa Sunday for a visit
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I "f" 1 of March,,.A. D. 1960. U you fall
,. \ .' with Mr and Mrs Clifford Ragans.and '
to do so, Decree Pro .Confesso wine
} :" .. grandson, Carl, This was their DEALER IN VALDOSTA IS
r r f '. > entered against you for the relief ,
; first visit to see their grand son. demanded in the Bill of Complaint e .
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'" They found him doing fine. r

"', .. .I TWO .. The doors to the local acboolWt'e
The Enterprise-Recorder is hereby .
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WARE MOTORS
r \ opened Monday. Still quite a
designated the In
as
''bit of sickness. them bone newspaper
Among .
which said order shall be publishedonce ....
J. of the bus drivers, Mr E L Bans, ; a
week for fur consecutive
I a (4)
who entered the hospital Sunday. weeks.
i Mr Sol Payne is In the local
Witness hand and official seal
my
hospital His wife's brother and
this 24th day of February A. D.
Jacksonville
other relatives of came
ONE to visit them. 1960.
:Dir and Mrs Willie Sever 'and DALE M. LESLIE

baby of Jacksonville were here for Cleric Circuit Court. .

Rt .. a week end visit with Mr and Mrs. (COPY (SEAL)
1 W C Sevor and other relatives. By Jane W. Baker. D. C W .

f I Mr G L Brown is spending a fewdays' Feb 26. 4t-REC-ctr Notice To Farmers

,t with Mr and Mrs Dick Williams ;.. i.
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of Capps. : ... .
and tailpipe II
Let muffler
t- Jrn11 J Brown entered the local '
\ We Buy Yellow Ear Com the ,
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for
t 'hospital Sunday Medical treatment ,, :
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..1 I i I experts check your Year Around 'r'. .:. '>:. ., .
(. Mrs ., ,' /-I'
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w clearing oft the 'grounds getting ,

Choose .:, r ready to start their new house on) exhaust system free! Price Now Is ... "J -, 'F..,

:1 P .the highway going north about two I ''"
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J -: miles from Lee. Muffler and tail pipe .
t from !f I top fasniort; 4 ,* Rev and Mrs E W McDougal := $120 per bushel: :.

I' 'I and .daugbtet Miss Lynda went to .

I : t ; .e shades'. La .Grange, Ca. last week for a installed for only yr. .

/,; i. visit t with his daughter and son- picker picked .

,; "> in-Iara. Mr and Mrs Norman :MoCJellan 19c .
'. ; \' \ and to attend the funeral ': t.' '
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I show here were visitors at the Heights were in evidence. ion exhibitors, Delbert and Wetzel

(Stock Show Visitors Lions' dub meeting here Tuesday 1 Visitors at the meeting included I I Blair. Durrance who Judged the
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Wessex SaddlebacksFAMOUS and the program itself, in charge Billy Beggs, W W Brown Kenneth barrow show, said it Was the best
At lions' Club of L C Bruner. took the form ofa .Dune ee., Herman Mehrfn, Bob'! barrow show in the state, and the

visit to the show where entries f Demon. Joe Reams Tom Barlneau,) jadge of the steers: said it was-the

-, FOR LEAN MEAT AND LARGE LI'ITERSII A number of persons attracted i from as far wet as Greensboro 'Henry Davis, E J Cowan JimnrvjDeVane j best heavy steer show though not

to Madison by the big livestock and as far east as Keystone and: the two grand champ|tie: bet light Steer one.
Imported blood lines from Scotland Average pricertcelVed __ .h __ __--- .
by breeders lor.breeding stock, $200.00 per head.- '

This is the highest average price received. by breeders of : BE REALLY REFRESHED :
breed. v :
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A VERY SUPERIOR ANIMAL GUARANTEED TO

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Why continue to raise market hogs at little profit? The .. .,
real money has always been in purebred stock and this is -

groundfloor opportunity. '..
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advances March 7. ;,. .. ? t'
Judge Curtis D Earp has announced Now, at today's prices is the timeto \t\ f'L '
his candidacy for reelection fill in your set of glamorous l I \ i;tJA ,: : !

as County Judge of Madison Gorham Sterling1. So, look ahead 1< ',
\ County. In his announcement, Judge for the coming Wedding Anniversaryor : : : : .s.J.if
::Earp states that if reelected he other gift occasions and buy 4:" ...! ..:.
will continue "to render the highest now. Orders will be filled by "- .
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r type= service to all of the people." :March 5th by your Gorham Sterling f: ..''a.
franchise dealer. I ... \
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John Gardner arrived Wednesday .
from San Antonio, Texas, ,<',
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where he has finished his six'mQnths' WA-y W. .. ',Ji.

course of training at .I .
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Gardner he expects to be located ,," ..-" 17' '
Small Business Institute \ i
in Jacksonville. His brother4n-la w "

and sister, Mr and Mrs Robert :

Grace'a'weekend, of Jacksonville, will be here To Be Established Here .. i.. .a
for visit with Mrs '
Gardner and John. 1 -

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C SNAKES, all rattlers, were lege has announced that it plansto -t. F11H
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killed on the farm of Elisha Douglas inaugurate a small business : .

last Sunday. -Mr: Douglas and institute in response to a number '

his son-in-law, Zean W Kirkland, of requests by local business men. : .. .. ... a.
of Jacksonville, killed the reptiles The owners and managers of .f.. .. ....fi ... .

in mid around i qopher holes. The most small independent businessesare "' >-
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rattlers measured% to 5% feein are constantly beset with problems i

length."c which they find difficult to solve ,.

withouthelp or guidance. Unfor-
'Mr and Mrs Jesse Hughey and tunately the information usually '.

little grandson, Dannitte Maya 3rd available on business problems is ,
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spent the week] end with relatives at based on the operations and ,practices r .' ",
Palm Harbor and Clearwater. of big Industry rather than : :.
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Phil Howard Is' convalescing at
The first activity to be sponsored f
home after four weeks' treatmentat
under this program will be
the U bf F Medical Center ftt
Gainesville. a non-credit small business abort
course to begin at the end of
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March or the beginning April '
Clarence Plant of Tallahassee "
visited his father Mr C M Plant, The subjects Included In thecourse'
at the hospital Wednesday. will be presented by experienced :
businessmen and leadIng .

I G-E Appliances consultants, who will discuss
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. down-to-earth case studies related
, Howerlon Supply Co. especially to the operation and I

management of small businesses. ,{
In the discussion .
periods following : '
1 NOTICE TO-CREDITORS the presentation of the Serve this Seafood Barbecue with ice-cold King Size Coca-Cola for dinner. Broil frozen

Florida StatutesIN topics.ask There will be opportunityto rock lobster tails on an hibachi or table grill until browned. Make a tangy oriental butter .
TIlE COURT OF THE COUNTY questlonsexchange views
4 JUDGE. MADISON COUNTY and to air their particular problem sauce by adding a few drops of liquid pepper to melted butter. Serve lobster tails with ,.J"

In FLORIDA re: Estate IN of PROBATE.Inez G. Owens. related certificate to the subject.A will be. awarded to butter sauce, slice of lime, heated crinkle-cut frozen French fries and lettuce and tomato. .

Deceased.TO each person who satisfactorily .' ..

ALL HAVING CREDITORS CLAIMS AND OR PERSONS DEMANDS completes the course. TRY THESE TEMPTING TREATS ; '
AGAINST SAID ESTATE: The course will meet one night :

You and each of you are hereby a week for seven weeks. The jt I .
notified and required to present final meeting will be a banquet

any claims and-dem\nds! which you, with a well known personage as WITH BIG KING SIZE COKE \ ,
or either of you, may have againstthe guest speaker. The registration fee j.I j.
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estate of Inez G. Owens, will .
be $15. This fee will cover the IIEG.u.S.PAT.0'" :
deceased, late of said County, to .
cost of aU materials Including the : p.
the County Judge of Madison County ;
banquet and certificate. .
Florida' at his office In the
The small business J
Institute also
court house of said County at
Madison, Florida within eight calendar plans an enconomlc survey of the : '..
months from the time of the area. One section of this survey .r't.I '
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first publication of this notice. will be devoted to possible ways : 0 .. '. ,
."Each claim or demand shall be In and means of increasing business. ..,t'
writing and shall state the place The small business institute Is ,: ,"
of residence and office ad- ,'
post already
publishing the North .
dress of the claimant, and shall be Florida .
Business Review, a monthly -
by the claimant, his
-sworn to agentor 1 newsletter .
to small business
men.
'attorney, and any such claim or
Demand not so filed shall be void. Al Hofflander. North Florida ";"
Junior College business Instructor .I., 1
MATTIE G. BLALOCKAs ... "".
administratrix of the estate has been appointed head of the ,.
-of'Inez f G Owens, deceased. small business Institute. -
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First publication February 26th 1960, '.' .",
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box was Installed Tuesday at the! .: ..

Madison Postofflce, corner of .' >(, "
Shelby and Plnckney streets. '0 \
*t the most reasonable prices '

, I ANYWHERE, Mr and Mrs Nat Norfleet left .At lunch, serve this "Penny-Checkers" Chefs Salad with ice-cold King Size Coca-Cola. ". .

.. Call or Write -- Wednesday far Bethesda Md.. after Use strips of luncheon meat, bologna, salami, sliced yellow cheese. Garnish with tomato
a week's Tislt with Mr and Mrs 0
.. Southland Fonihre Kirby Relchmann and Mr and Mrs and hard-boiled egg, serve with greens and French dressing.
Fred Mlekler. Mr Norfleet will

WHOLESALE REUPHOLSTERINGBox continue treatment at the Medical:

100-1 311 S. Forrest St Center there. that cheerful :,"f
Only Coca-Cola gives you lift..that :
Phone CH4970 ,

..", VALDOSTA, GEORGIA Jbt Recenreil! cold crisp taste that brightens every bite. .. 9 a .


: ALL WORK'Unconditionally Guaranteed \* Carload of Power Lawn .that makes'any pause "The Pause That Refreshes" 'f

I : MRS. C. M. PLANT. Mowers. See us for the ..
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Bottfcd tmoV auftorty of Tht CaeCeU Company b> :
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,r" It's Here! NOTICE TO-CREDITORS


i I' CLASSIFIED ADS The VALIANT Florida StatutesIN r col.
I \ at THE COURT OF THE COUNTY SINGER SEWING MACHINE

JUDGE, MADISON ,COUNTY.
j.. ',. FLORIDA. IN
PROBATE
Lost RAGANS MOTOR CO.
109 S. PATTERSON STREET
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St f-a In re: Estate of Mary Jane Thompson .

r Payne Deceased VALDOSTA, GEORGIA
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It"" Come by Today! TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER:
)fI SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course


I W. B. Daris k. WANTED: Full or part time sales. SL LouiS Editor Befefes You and AGAINST each of SAID you are ESTATE hereby: .

nun. Phone or write TONEY notified and required to present New Machines $5930VALDOSTA and np ,

: REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: BUILDERS, .INC., PO Box 541, any claims and demands which you

: ACREAGE FARMS Lake, City Fla, Phone 3736. CensorshipNeeded or either of you. may have againstthe CALL CH 4-2304 COLLECT

,,' BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL .225-tf ESTATES RESIDENTIAL In Payne, deceased late of said County, Service In 24 Hours
recent months authorities have
to the Judge
County of
Madison
APPRAISALS WANTED BUY -200 700
to
TO become
: more and more concerned'
OF TITLE County Florida at his office in the
ABSTRACTS
acres ,of cheap land. Write H about the dissemination of smut ,byshndy

TITLE INSURANCE FOGLE, 1005 N Boston Ave De- people. And in taking action court house of said County at insurance ,................................ ........................... .........
112 West Base Street Madison Florida, within eight Are you peddling I
FLORIDA Land, Fla. 2S2tpdHa'e against these peddlers the controversy calendar months from the time of I
MADISON. shoes auto.
tranquilizers or
,
of
Phone HU 3-6277 censorship flares once the first publication of this notke. Goodyear TIres $12.95
again. Should movies books, and Each claim or demand shall be in mobiles? Keep the public- informed
of
FOR SALE: House 2% miles north identify possession and 8 hoes. Owner W H plays be censored? Positions 'taken writing, and shall state the placeof of your valuable services 670 x 15, All Weather, tube-type,
Valdosta high pay expenses. range from those who believe that plus tax and recappable tire
of Madison near residence and post office ad-
BAILEY with
JR, Et. 1. Greenville, there an inexpensive
MOORE HU 3-6898 should be no censorship In dress of the claimant and. shall be
way. JESSE Florida. 23.4t-pd.
26-2t-c: any degree to those who believe sworn to by the claimant his agentor weekly ad in The E-R, saying MESSER

i that censorship should bethnett exercised* his attorney, and any such nice things about local folks

FOR SALE: Florida Runner pea I am planning to start classes in Cert tie well-known claim not so filed shall be void. since 1865.MADISON .
nut seed in hull or shelled. piano for beginning pupils. If humorist and publisher, is convinced MARY JANE BRANDT.As Battery & lire Co.

HOWARD HUGHEY, R 3, Madi interested please see me or call that censorship is a viola administrator of the Estate of LOSES TO BRANFORD
son. Fla. 25-2t-pd MRS C C MATHENY, phone tion of a human right. Once, when Mary Jane Thompson Payne, deceased Madison High School's champion ,,<< ....._'" "'" .
he was questioned this subject
over
HU 32302. 26-Ttcb ship basketball team ran againsta
FOR SALE: New 3 bedroom with he was asked what he would; First publication Feb. 26, 1960, GREENVILLE SNATCHES
2 baths house located in Priest do if his youngster selected a book 4t-pd. snag last Friday night and was VICTORY IN FINAL SECONDS
Sub-division H B. WINTEN MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHEN heavy with! sex and perversion. He upset by Branford 70 to 62. Donnie

I BURG Rt. 1 Madison, Fla. with erE appliances and PRE- replied "I would deplore the fact Floyd of Madison was the game'stop

25-2t-pd, CISIONWARE CABINETS. Up''that he selected such a book." In WEIISFURNTIURECO. scorer, accounting for 22 points Greenville High School's basket.

I Twin Oaks Groceryand to 5 years to pay. Call or write other words, Mr Cerf wouldn'tstop before fouling out in the last ball team, trailing closely through. \
FOR SALE: HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. HU
him from reading the FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES
Grossing trashy Colon Williams I out the snatched
period. victory
quarterS. was. respon- game a
living 3-6681 Madison. Fla. 7 tf ch
book merely "deplore" the FLOOR COVERING T-Vs SEE
$45,000 yearly. Call DWIGHT youngster's sible for 21 points for the winners. I over Mayo in the last few secondsof
lack of discrimina
taste
and
CUPPETT at HUnter 3-6545 or The loss was Madison's second for I play last Friday night 47 to 43.
Furniture
tion. To many Cerf attitude in this For Quality
HUnter 3-S8G5. 27.2tpd Notices matter is deporable. the season as compared. with 19 Luther Pickles, of the winners, eras .

BEFOilE SELLING your timber Actually, the need to censor MADISON.,-FLA. victories. top individual scorer of the game.

timber land. pVase see me Ware various things is vitally necessary.At v
or (A modest charge IJ. made for I
buying fc least is believe that C
also interested in public notices in this column). it so if you
limited amount "of pln -bardwood what we read., see and hear affects I Set The Dim, Short Cherry Stow in color Sunday,NBC TV-The Pat Boone Chevy Showroom weekly,ABC.TV. .

pulpwood delivered by truck to us. And if we are affected iHOWMUCIL ir i .
Foley, Fla.. or loaded on R R cars we can be affected for good for
See, write or call evil or neither. The old saying "

L. P. -GIBSON + The pen is mightier than.' the,
Rt. 3. Madison. Florida sword!"-illustrates that point. Advertising '

Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 men political propagan-I } -
repairing done by set "doctors"Wo data, and others who deal with I :
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment communication media know keenly
Apply H T. HOLTON, SR. Phone the a can be moved
way person '
IS A 10 YEAR EDGE 't"
HU 32254. 26-tf-ch by what he sees hears and reads .

FOR RENT to Couple: upstairs They know likewise, that the IN A
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furnished Apt Dinette, kitchen- younger person is or the more Immature t
the mind is the easier it is COMPACT CAR DESIGN
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ette, private bath, shower. Mrs PRACTICALLY FLAT FLOOR-Here's .
to lead that kind of person. Communists '
M L WALKER, 115 Dade Street, a bonus in extra foot room-more
spend enormous sums of
;Madison Phone HU 3-6243. money to print propaganda because than you'll find in many big cars. '
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FOR RENT: Two small, two-bed- know how to diagnose your .lTUtenord* Is to accomplish" '. "theirilwWL .. F :TVs' ills and cure 'on iaSlQUTTMAN ; ,
room" houses on South Shelby Therefore, if a person can be

street Apply Miss Florida Davis, pulled toward good or evil, why YOU DECIDE HOW MUCH =w-\ ; ; -

Phone Hu 36144. 25-2t-ch not fill his life full of what is '
good? MORE CORVAIR GIVES YOU IN
FOR RENT Two bedroom 'house: TELEVISION SERVICE Whether or not there should be
newly painted near Metal PlantL censorship is not the argumentThe COMFORT, CONVENIENCE AND FOLD-DOWN REAR SEAT-One quick '

F. KELLEY, Phone HU 3-6379 401 E Stevens St. point should be: Who is to do flip and you Increase cargo space to .
Madison. tG-lt;tit We Repair the censoring? Should it be the CONTROLLABILITY WITH 28.9 cubic feet. And its standard

RecordayenAutomobUe Radios home? The church State? equipment '
? The
The R Mickler store THESE EXCLUSIVE FEATURES.
FOR RENT: A Few Choice Selections "y
Nc doubt all of these have a
building on South Range street IN USED TV SETS I
DICKINSON. particular part to play, but the one THEY DON'T COST ONE .a
Available now R C Work guaranteed satisfaction
which should exercise the powerof .
HU 3-2517 24-lt-ch PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE censorship more than the others PENNY EXTRA! :

OUR WAY OF SAYING" is the home guided by the church
in
RENT Two-bedroom house THANK YOU"Phone
TOR :
which is in the best position to t
Lakeside. HOWARD STUDSTILL, 9481 Quitman, Ga. .
exercise control childrenin
the
over ..
office phone HU 3-6106; residence Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers fr\
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what
they see, what they hear
HU 3-6630. 20-tfch I' BALANCED BRAKING-The quicker '!,
and what they read. Judicious
LIVE STOCK AUCTION the stop,the more equal is the weight
FOR RENT: Unfurnished House SELL your cattle and hogs in our. parents, grounded in the fundamentals distribution on each wheel. Another .

Call Dr A P EDGERLEY. auction each Monday. Sales start at, of civilized living can be :- ." greatadvantageofrearen8inedesi8n.REAR ..
HU 3-6128 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCKYARDS the Instruments to Insure the com ENGINE TRACTlON-You climb

Montlcello, Fla. munlty of. healthy .intellectual right out of snow,sand and mud where :

Registered Angus bulls for sale climate. other compact cars bog down. ,
Wasted at all times. .. FERGUSON HERALDST. .... ..
LOUIS, MO. ..-:;. ........,.., -\J. : .
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POLES, PULPWOOD NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,.'...\: '-r ..

buy In SAW,bulk TIMBERwill or on piece basis GIRARDIN JEWELERSFor .' I.'.1..."..:.....:1.......:.:..'.. _, ___.____---- ;
Florida StatutesIN
See Us Before You Sell TIlE COURT OF THE COUNTY ...;...:.;:q..,: FOUR-WH EEL INDEPENDENT SUS-
.i : : ) .... PENSION-Each wheel "walks" rode
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Huxford Pulpwwd C.. SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL FLORIDA JUDGE, MADISON IN PROBATE.COUNTY, :.:... ..:.. pendently over bumps and how

DIAMONDS, JEWELRY that smooths the ridelcorvar!
Phone Madison HU 3-6672 In re: Estate of Levy Webb,, AIR COOUNG-You never have to buy
EXPERT REPAIRING at.ifreeze-or repair radiator. And ,
Deceased.TO .
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or Write + BY .J
ALL CREDITORS AND PER- air cant boi over,ever. "
BOX 31, PERRY. FLA. ", I CHEVROLET "
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE-

Help! RIdNAnOlAL MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: ,I ,
Help
Help BRIDAL You and each of you are hereby ,. ,
SERVICE notified and required to present any .
claims and demands'which or
yon
is wanted at the
Yes Help either of you may have against the

White Top Drive-in. If you area VALDOSTA, GA. estate of Levy Webb, deceased

waitress or night cook, don't late of said County, to the ez y
303 No. Patterson County Judge of Madison County, .

iralk but run to the WHITE Florida at his office in the court ....

'TOP, and say, WHAT'S THE house of said County at Madison

DEAL, MR. MERRITT. J. D. Scruggs Florida within eight calendar
'nionlhs from the time of the first

HELP WANTED FORESTER I publication of this notice. Each.

Have your own Business. Families REGISTERED SURVEYOR 'claim or demand shall be in writIng -

In Madison are your Customers. Ph. HU 3.6186MADISON. and shall state the place of :
Over 200 Household Necessities. residence and post office address __
Write The W T RAWLEIGH CO., FLA. of the claimant and shall be swornto fr

DEPT. FAB-140-564, Memphis, For your grinding and mix. by the claimant his agent or his

Tcnn. 26-St.pd. Ing on your farm, call WEST attorney, and any such claim or ,
void.
demand not so filed shall be :TS.daa
Need a Baby Sitter See ADELLA END' MILLING COMPANY, GRACE J. WEBB,

WILLIAMSON. Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 As Administratrix of the estateof -

WANTED: White woman 45-65, collect.JOHNW.WADSWOR1H. First Levy publication Webb Deceased.2-19-60. REC-ch T.Ft Vine ir- ,:. n-ItutkJ See, your local authorised Qtemkt dealer for/cut deKfery.JatoroUe. deals- ,

urgently needed ttf care for -. "
elderly gentleman, in Live 'Oak CANDIDATES Plan now for your k"
Live Oak I after-election appreciation ad to .tJ!. .
Collect
Fla. Call
between 5-* pm Feb the Voters! Even if you get only CANTEY S
FO 2-1451 MOTOR COMPANY
25,26,27. After Feb* 27 write Mrs Rcpsferol SlrJeytr a pose: few a votes message well to! help make you the com deer

WILBUR WALKER, Live Osk. Phone HU 3-2372 peepol sorry they rejected you.

Fla. MADISON. FLORIDA mE E-k. 112 W. Base St Madison, Florida HU 3-2293

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118 N. Orange St. Phone HU 3-6331
.-, ;A preaching service every Sunday 1' sr
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f > .WE WELCOME YOU MEETINGS: tf
\ A Service Sunday
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m' preaching every Bible Study: Wednesday 730 P. M
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"' "'' 2nd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. morning Service Meeting: Friday 7.40 P. M
: Sunday School each 1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. Ministry School: Friday 8:00 P. M

Sunday at 10:00 a. ra., 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. BL Watchtower Bible Study

Prayer ,Service each Sunday School every Sunday. Sunday 7:00 P. M

.. Wednesday 8:00 p. m.. tat and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. Kingdom Seekers Welcome. '

Family Night covered 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. In. No Collection Taken

,dish supper, Friday. Family Night Covered Dish Simper

before 1st Sunday ... 7:30 p. IlL Friday night after second Sunday Candidates-Strew your name The Test Of A Friend
Woman's Society of every month promptly at 7:00 p. m. .
all around the with "E R
county -
Christian Service Woman's Society of Christian Ser .

: meets Thursday after I vice meets on Monday night after campaign cards, posters, cir- -
H
,1st Sunday ,8:00 p. m third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. culars. Be sure to say something Friends are hard to' come by in

Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist. }.tea', Club meets nice about yourself even this life, as anyone who has ever

alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on had occasion: to have one's' friends

Springs Tuesday after Tuesday after the 4th Sunday if no one else will. tested undoubtedly knows. NeV r-j

4th Sunday 8:00 p. m 8:00 the less, one of life's greatest joysis
m.
Of/idal Board meets 1st Wednesday jp. SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW to have one true friend-or more
The Official Board meets each
each even numbered month M A F if that fortunate circumstance

after prayer service. ,' month 'following the supper on 730 A. M. Gospel Music should favor an individual. and BUSINESSMEN, whether you're

Commission on Education meets Family NIght. 7:55 News One will find that the test of

In Wednesday' each odd numbered P. B. ROWELL S. S. Supt. 8:00 Baptist Hour friendship comes when it costs hunting votes or business, you'll find The E-R will deliver

month after prayer service. MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE. Treas. 8:30 Gospel Music something to remain a loyal friend.

JAMES SHEFFIELD. S. S. Supt. C. B. DAVIS, PASTOR 9:00 Revival Time The money test will eliminate your pitch very .effectively for ]low cost.

THOMAS SURLES HARRY M. 9:30 Gospel Concert ninety per cent of one's friends, but "
DIAL HU 36361.
COCHRAN Asst's.C. Lee Methodist Charge 10:00News the test which will eliminate ninety.

B. DAVIS Pastor. REV. E W McDOUGAL, Pastor 10:05 Sunday Serenade nine percent: is the occasion which

LEE METHODIST CHURCH 10:45 Prelude to Worship demands loyalty to a friend who is

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching Every Sunday. 11:00 Morning Worship suddenly an "expensive friend. ,

GREENVILLE, FLA. 1st and 3rd Sundays 12:00 News Realizing that no one is perfect, WE BUY

Sunday School .-...._ 10:00 A. M. 11:00 a. m aM 7:00 p. m 12:15 Afternoon Melodies we must all adjust our thinking and

Morning Worship ._-. 11:00 A. M. Sunday School Every 1225 News i philosophy to the fact that our

Baptist Training Course 645 P. :M. Sunday .,__ 10:00 a. m: 1:00 Afternoon Melodies friends will make mistakes. just as Pine Timber-Pulpwood Poles Sawlogs

Evening Worship __. 7:30 P. M Methodist Youth Fellowship 1:30 Afternoon Melodic we will Mistakes must be forgiven. ,
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M 6:00
-i p. m Although not necessarily forgotten
1:40 Serenade In Blue T. M. HOWERTON, JR.S. .
HANSON BOB SEARCY. Sunday School Supt. 1:55: News In a spirit of give-and-take, and
METHODIST CHURCH
Services First HICKORY GROVE CHURCH 2:00 Hour c: Decision comradeship. And just as DUVAL ST.. Pa HU 3-6681 MADISON. FLA.
.Preaching every Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays 230 Musical Sunday tune can alienate sunshine mlslol'-I
and Third Sunday. 11:00 A. M. 11:30 am and 7:30 pm 255 News- success often alienates TIMBER PURCHASED IN BULK OR SELECTIVELYCUT
and 7:00 P. M.
Sunday School every Sunday 3:00 Musical Sunday appear to be true friends. Whileem'
School Sunday .
Sunday
every .
10:30 am 3:55 *ews. )' and jealousy do not part
10:30 A. M.
Family Night;Saturday; before PINE GROVE. BAPTIST CHURCH 4rOO Hit Paride genuine friends such developments FORESTRY CONSULTANTS;;TIMBER MARKETING

Every second Sunday 6.-00 P. M. -.:.....JPreachlni' 45S News > Inevitably part the sunshine variety. PROPERTIES
5:00: Using the Bible as a guide and
REV. C. M SAPPINGTON, Pastor: every Sunday Music At Soadowu
5:30 HeadUnec ft Weather some of the great examples of r

Sunday School _, 10:00 A. M- 6:33 friendship and love In, history one _. .. .
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Sign Off "- -
1.-- ::. ;J .: ...,.
Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. settle basic ..
can generally upon one "
A. M. PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO
Sunday School _..,. 10:00
Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M. Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE .1 rule for friendship. If we can be 70t i I NEW ELECTRIC 10-KEY

Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. Evening Services __ 7:30 P. M. happy over the sudden success and ADDING MACHINES

Evening Worship ........ 7:30 P. M, Prayer Meeting Wednesday Schedule wealth of our friend, share his misfortune
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. Evening ..._..___ 7:00 P. M. Daily Prpgram and unpopularity If thatIs t666 i VICTOR . . . $171.00FURROUGHS
W B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ the turn of and stand
Brotherhood last Thursdayof WMAP 1230 ON YOUR DIAL events I . 209.50 .
each month at ...._.. 7:30 P. M. ARTHUR CRUCE. .Training Union 6:00 A. L Sign On ready to help or advise or even
Director. get out of the way, as the occasion CLARY . . . 225.00
WMU every second and fourth 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. I

Tuesday, 7:30 pmV ERNEST GURR, Minister 625 World &. State News may warrant we have come closeto ODHNER fl. . ; .._.. 259.50
friend. SCHWINN BICYCLES
being a true
L. SINGLETARY. 13. S. Supt. 630 Fla. Farm Hour
JIMMY LAMB, B. T. U. Director WELCOME TO 6:45 Rudy Bamridc. Finally if you have such a friendloyal Franchisee! Dealer & ServiceHOWERTON TOTALIA . . . 259.00
NEW HOME BAPTIST all the hold to him
CHURCH on
REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN, Pastor (Mon Wed. Fri.) way SUPPLY CO. plus fed. and state tax.
be most
or her. That should your
6:53 World News
Come Worship With Us prised possession outside of God THEENTERPRISERECORDER
WELCOME TO 7:00 State New
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Coffee With and your family. Giant Jumbo Hamburgers inG.fn
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 7.-05 Ray

Sunday School ._....._. 10:00 A. M. Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. 7:45 World Newt I bun 40c.WHITE HU 36361PHOTOS
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. UP WITH POLITICS I
KEEP
Morning Worship; ....._ 11:00 A. M. 7:50 State Newt
Training Union ............ 6:30 P. M. Evening Worship 7:30 P. 11. '1:55Veather News IN THE E-RBOOKMOBILE TOP DRIV ,-IN

Evening Worship ..?.... 7:30 P. M. Mid-week Prayer Service 730 P. M. 8:00 Coffee with Ray I .

Prayer Meeting ............._. 7.30 P. M. Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. S.-OO Morning evoUons SCHEDULE FOR
First Jack Pickles __- S. S. Supt. Musical Interlude FEBRUARY INMADISON'
Church Business Meeting 9:15 AND MARCH
Sum Andrews 1;. T. U. Director
9:30 Music Unlimited COUNTY
Wednesday night of each month.
REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS Pastor
Brotherhood and W.M.U. Second 10:00 News -

Thursday night of each month. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 10:05 Music UnUrcHed FOR CANDIDATES

Preaching Services Every Sunday CHURCH 10:30 Music Unlimited February, February 18, March 3, Whether you're running. for dogcatcher .

Come Worship! With Us. 11:00 jLluste Unlimited March 17. March 31 l constable or Governor. ..'

REV. DOZIER SAPP Pastor Preaching Services every Sunday 11:15 Public Service Hanson 10:00-10:45 youll need plenty of photographsof

Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 130 Record Session Pinetta School 1030-12(55 'yourself.Youll J

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 12:00 World News Mrs Martha Johnson Librarian find the famous E-R NO-

REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor Sunday School every Sunday at 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes Pinetta Post Office 1:00-1:43 FHOOL PHOTOS perfect for every

Services every Sunday ,. 10:00 A. M. 12:30 TaDc Of The Town Cherry Lake School-I0:15-1130 occasion.

School ..._.._._ 10:0011. M. Pinetta Crossroad
Sunday BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. ,12:40 Uncle Ned Quitman ORDINARY MUG SHOTS $:.00
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Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. L2:45State New 1135-12:00 CANDIDATE'S SPECIAL
Prayer Meeting Wednesday
Training Union ..._......._ 7:00 P. M. at 7:30 P. MeBrotherhood every ,12:50 *. Farm News Greenville School-1:15-3:15 PHOTOS __-_--j.'.- --.. $3.00 'r 1:
Evening Worship __.... 8:00 P. M. "* News Mrs Elizabeth Librarian .
Howell
i i.Pc..yer first Thursday every 1225 Weather (This. 3.00-dcal) makes you look =a t.
Meeting Wed. .... 7:30 P. :.tl 1:00 Hillbilly Hit Parade Greenville Post Offke--3:20-3:43( ten brings
out
month at 7:30 P. M. .... years younger your
r 125 News February 11, February 25 March I
f Everybody Welcome. human warmth and affection for all
I MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST. REV. J. R. COLLINS. Pastot 2:00 ""* Gospel Time 10 March 24 l voters before the election and
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CHURCH 2:30 Public Service St Regis NU1"SCries11:2o.UULte Jb hints at a trace of itatesmans!ldP.

,_ "REV. JACK 'LAMB _: Pastor MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST 2:45 "" Afternoon Melodies SdJooJ-12:00.3OO It costs slightly more than the

S. R. Sapp Chairman Board of I i 701 South Ranee 225 World & State News Mrs Martha Johnson LibrarianLee $2.00 package, but well worth it).
"
. Deacons. I Sunday Bible Study __ 10.-00 A. M. 3:00 Afternoon Melodies Post Offtc3u-3:05-330 Remember Candidates. In the
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Billy Bailey B.T.U. Director xjrd's Supper and 3:45 -- Public Service February 12. February 26 March 1960 election put your BEST FACE,

. .. Leroy Cruse ._. Associate Director I I Edification .'_'__ 11:00 A. )'L 4:00 "* News 11, March 25 FORWARD w'th a famous E-R

Leroy.. Cruse _..__ S. S. Supt.! Sunday Evening Service 730 P. M. 4:05 "- Reqnest Parade Hopewell-10:00-10:15 XO-PHOOL FOTO. :
Miss Merle Bass __ Song Leader I Wednesday Evening 425 World & State Jfews Moseley Hall-1030-10:45
THE ENTER-
Dial HU 36361.
"Mrs Juanita Cruse ___ Pianist I Services _._ .730 P. M. 5:00 Request Parade Mrs Elizabeth Howell., Librarian < PRIZE RECORDER, since 1865.

Sunday School _...... 10:00 A. M. NEW HOPEFULMISSIONARY 6:45 Sports Highlight Slrrnans-11 X0.11:13BUSINESSMEN. and say. "GIMME A CANDIDATE'SSPECIAL

Morning Worship ....._ 11:00 A. M. 6:00 World News I FOTO. I WANT TO WIN
, Training Union 7:00 P. M. BAPTIST CHURCH 6:15 Twill& nt Tunes I "
M. Services every first and th1rdSunda'I 625 News .THE ELECTION. ,
P.
Worship _. 8:00
Evening Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. :'1.,' at 11 a. ra. and 8:00 p. m. '7:00 Sign Off I If you want customers every
Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 PROGRAMS SUBJECT:: TO II
Just as I am without one plea.: I week in your store, tell 'em
a. m.Training CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE '
I condition.come. Regardless Whether of cotton.your clothes Home: Union every bunday 7:(0 about it in an E-R ad every ,


spun. You are welcome In our p.REV.m. W. T. RYCEOFT, Pastor OH MY'ACHING week.

church service. "YoB Metli'evem..I'

REULAH BAPTIST CHURCH

MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Welcomes You BACK Georgia 'fa

Sunday' School ___. 10:00 A. !L ServiceS Every Sunday Jw 1Y.eai. tW fwt rAt rw
11:00 A. M. REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor ... Mcte tnHifc*. to PLATE GLASSGLASS fcone
Morning Worship aMt _.....*4 Oto .... .sal / year
Evening Worship .. ., ... 7-30 P. *L Sunday School _, 10:00 A. M. .............s............. '
8:00 P.DL Morning Worship 1100A. M. .. ,....... err. thN? ....,... insured
:. Youth Service Wednesday --- ..ww swtlw.....-s 1 is.'t
REV.' B. B. BRICKLEY. Pastor Choir Practice _. 6:00 P. 11 ..w.--.n .....,aI ,..-.
6:30 P. M A.tf.t. 19Ibtlas..aw w...w.r business
to
Training Union housewife knows that it's risky
Every
IrrtIaIMe f...... ., s.ei.asA.s d.a sat young
;\._* u D. a. SERVICE Evening Worship 730 P. M ,......u... sa a ..... ... GLASS BLOCK neglect insurance.Yet new possessions-Hi-FiTV rogJ,!

, CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF Prayer Meeting Wed. 730 P. M.SEVENTHDAY w. wwt ,... Ie as7. ........ MlUtORS furniture-are being added to your home regularly with
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LATTER DAY SAINTS : ADVENTXS N wsi ...-I ., M tIC out a thought of: "Docs my present insurance cover
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; "\Sunday School _,. 10:00a.m. CHURCH to v.b ..... .... w ....... tntt Ave. Uur Call us for a compfcte property i insurance cfaectepJ
ti 'tr Sacrament letting 11.00a.m. Services every Saturday at Madison .... L .. aOII ...... s.... ......., Phone: CHERRY 25283.VaUosta. .
t.ui*.. MN.5t .C tW IS mOm .CGrt
"; Jtelief Society and Priesthood timeaDd American Legion Hall. t." Georgia
School begins 2 m Zaiov ; s4 aIIVa .I.r sad wN ry MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY
Sacrament p. a
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place as __ ....,..........teI'...
:Meeting. Church Service at 3 p. to. p. $.. Lin. sus as, -.. FOLEY LAWN MOWERSBRIGGSSTRATTON
AMERICAN E C WILLIS. S S.Supt. DMOII rsOi t.iy 1DAwsPtLs *
ALL SERVICES AT MOTORS 103 W. Knckney, Telephone HU 3-6250 %
LEGION HALL. HAROLD YATES Pastor Tele-
10 per cent Down Payment
r R. CARRYL. Branch Pres. Everyone Welcome:: O
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AND APPETITE'There :

U a difference between
banger and appetite When the S. I ,, '
A stomach is empty and ready t. .. ___ S i:f4 :;""si
receive food rhythmic contrac-1 .tip. ; iroii .i-
tans of the stomach producethe -
t sensation known at hanger. : o'ir
Appetite M a desire for food :
for foods sake. A person withan : .
twfta tickets and 't'n ":
except appetite may not be actually 'ii'. '
hungry, yet he has the desire to .... .
ty eat because of the agreeable appearance FURNITURE 1- e
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MOIIeY rl! odor or taste of food. .:

Normally the hungry person .
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can summon op an appetite for ', .J.: i !< n .
any edible food and will eat it w .i.'\' 'J: 0

BUSINESSMEN rather than go hungry.
Usually appetite and hanger ,
If you want customers every come and go together. A good .

week in your' store, tell 'em appetite aids the k dtgestire a pleasure rocn.and The also 128[ N. Patterson Valdosta Ga CH 21515$199.OO

about it in an E-R ad every sight or smell of food often ;;
week ,. makes the month water, which .
I C.E.QIJCKUtl } start the flow of the digestive .
juices and digestion begin as s z
CANDIDATES Rent an adding soon.as food it eaten. This fact
machine to total' promises of. sup. I 3-6168 BOX 292MADISON. has prompted the introductionof '
Port from the deer peepuL THE E-R. I I I how d oeurrec fruit cop or : 4t :
FLORIDA fruit juice, soup or shrimp cocktail -:
DISCOUNT PROGRAM This Gulf Life agent can tell to Mwbet the appetite be*
fore the main course peasant
with Adapt-A-
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you and attractive table settings,
John Cone, Chairman ASC Coun Plan Insurance Is .
ty Committee, again reminds fann your For congenial companion* and leisure 8-PIECB BEDROOM GROUP .. ._.. _. .. $169.95 ,
adaptable. example, a to enjoy food and centeraation -'
ers that the U 3 Department of family Income plan can also all help te proper Dresser and Mirror, Bookcase Bed; ,Chest, Innerspring< .
Agriculture has announced that provide substantial re digestion of food.Disturbances Mattress, Box Spring, 2 Pillows and Bedspread. "
.1960' price support on undesirable tirement Income. Give hima in appetite are
symptoms frequently encountered -
varieties of flue-cured tobacco will call today! by physicians. There is
be only 50 percent of the price the ravenous hunger of the uncontrolled -

support otherwise available. Farmers diabetic and the .:. .
who intend to buy their plants BaptistCircles compulsive eating of the neurotic 'v
Also there is the almost 5
from others to use extreme care to .
complete loss of appetite in "t,
determine that the plants are of anorexia nervosa and in patients
Circle No. 1 of the Baptist WMU .
varieties entitled to full price support with brain damage and diseases
met with Mrs C T McWilliams with
advances. \ of the intestinal tract. ..
six members present Mrs R B Bryan : Since people must eat to live .
gave the devotional, Remembjcr: I the family physician is a goodIndividual ,- .
COUNTRY NEWSPAPER. the Sabbath Day to keep It holy," to consult whenever .
-- EX 20:8, and Mrs A J Hargrove unusual disturbances in appetite
By Ann Campbell appear.
gave: the program, "Reaching Rural _._
It bears the signature and plan I
Churches". Hostess served chicken
Of one yung dedicated man coffee.I THURSDAY MARCH 3
salad sandwiches cookies and
Who will grow old, inky, bespattered, Circle No. 2 met with Mrs H E Read Matthew 6:19-26
Since through the' years nothing else McArthur with eleven members Let u. not be weary in well doIng -
mattered. : for In due season we shall
present Mrs Hoyt Haynes gave the
This newspaper reports his dreams; program. Reaching Rural ChurcheS. reap If we faint not (Galatlans

In every Item, plain Truth gleams. Hostess served coffee and cake. 6:9). r tS
There is no compromise, for he MrsC W Cantey entertained Sometimes we gpt discouraged In
Is noted for Christian living. This be
Integrity. members our may
Circle No. 3 with 13 pres
lie works his eighteen hours a day due to the monotony of our work.
the -
ent. Mrs E B Wilson gave program
And very seldom gets awayu on rural churches. Hostess We < may see little beauty In a
The the printshop make de- tingle color but two together
press served cookies and coffee. ; put ,
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mands BWS Circle met with Mrs JamesT blend them or contrast them and
On willing and decided hands. Barber with ten members pmenc. we are lifted by sheer beauty. We sA

And better than a long vacationIs Miss[ Irene Williams, chairman, may hear no music In a single

unremitting toll and stress. presided, and Mrs Roy Milllron and note; but when we weave several
His paper is his close relations Mrs James Vickers gave for the together harmoniously, we notice

His child that scatters\ happiness! program all of the book Reaching the difference.We .
become discouraged some-
served
Rural Churches. Hostess
time because we think that our
When fruit cake and coffee.SmithCorona. 1S&
buying your one aim Is to get the job done. But
there Is another side of the labor

E-R from Newsboys story which we so often forget The
addilg Christian view is that we are not

Please DO NOT park In the making things we are making menThe S

street and make your newsboy run most Important thing that .
out into the street to make a sale. Machines typewritersand you and I have to make Is not a S

Kindly pull over to the cur living, but a. life. Let us put ,
Our newsboys have instructionsto patience kindness, sympathy, cour S r"S 4 .
cash 4' 5-k 5 .5Y
STAY OUT of the streets, and registersEnterpriseRecorder. age, and good honest toil Into our S + 1

we will appreciate your cooperating tasks. Thus we shall be planting
with us AND THEM for eternal truths in our hearts eter- : i 55 1 'Se
THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very The nal values Into the characters God

much. w. would have us build.

PRAYER Our Father, when we kk
NAVACO AWNINGS become discouraged& help' us to look

HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY at life through the eyes of Christ S ht .

.. Amid His toil and grief. lie saw: : : dS5piece

I Thee. In seeing Thee lie found the I
way to the hearts of people and S. S. 1'
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THE YIELD IS UpON SAVING AT lived for their good. Help us so r } 7 a 'r
to live, in His name. Amen. DinelteSuite

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY .Life .,
VALDOSTA FEDERAL is more important than a living
.building character more vital than S59.95
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ANNOUNCING ,making thing -Thomas B Mather ,. Y Y : t Yf
(Missouri World-wide Bible Read-

'Ins-Luke 20:41-21:19).

: :ti? :: I FLU PRECAUTIONS I win. ... :lf .41 : L i':" J.".
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rf4 ; JACKSONVILLE There Is noe1dence.of

increased mortality from
influenza and pneumonia so far this 7ree Delivery
year in Florida, officials of the

State Board of Health pointed out [ r
this week.

a Dr Robert Markush of the Division IrlL .o t can get it with w.
of Epidemiology said that statistic
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........ being compiled in his office
.. so far sbow'ed'no such trend. The
pliystian added that the usual precautions -1 1 Y credit at Dowlnws
against influenza and pneumonia

EARN FROM THE FIRST should be observed--proper
BY 10th t
FUNDS RECEIVED
diet and rest, avoidance of dampness .
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OFFICE HOURS and chilling and overfatigueThe S l"J'J.u.'1'U'f; .,. .r........?k.._f-__ ___r_. _.... t. .
family physician should be o'ira .
.-FRI. ..- 9 AM TO 4 PM
:.TUES-wp called promptly if the symptom

THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON he persist said.beyond 2-3 days or worsen, Any group can be

After outbreak occur. vaccination
The New .\I. cannot be expected to nave

"much value in controlling influenza bought separately.
However with proper medical and Vic. 4
nursing care,, many of its serious

complications can be avoided '
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Candidates-Strew your name .

Saving' & Lean Association all around the county with E-R 6-PC. LIVING ROOM GROUP . . . . $89.95

115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA. campaign cards posters, cir Armless Sofa Bed, Two End Tables One Coffee Table

The Friendly Association! Biff Enough to Serve You, Small .culars. Be sure to say something -. and 2 Lamps.

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Karstedt,Carl Mrs Andrews.. Irene
Mrs Jr Beggs J T Mrs Naughton
'c % MEAT % Mrs guest. of.town-out an was
Atlanta of Roberts Buck Mrs) .
1 :4Ntf 4 PEACHES CLINGLIGHT luncheon. course' .
'00' two four the where for laid lounge were the tables decorate card

jOS- YELLOW' MAID THRIFTY to used were Pines The of gardens
the ,from azaleas and Camellias

S HAMS $1 js 4 COCKTAIL FRUIT Howcr- Emmie Mrs! by given ,Pines ton.

.. $ The at Saturday luncheon, bridge,
DELICIOUS ASTOR charming .t. honors' shared ber
Decctn of bride a Andrews Robert
/ Mrs\ and, tfaughton. E F Mrs) ,
.. 3Noc1OO 3 PEARS BARTLETT .and Mr) parents her by announced
b SMOKED<\ SWEET TENDER was Beggs, William to engagement\
whose Kauehton Darbara Mlsa!
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H ,29 2 J .DRESSIN6 SALAD j LB committee. f..
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STORE vo Committee' Executive Democratic
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S ams, FREE R M ', .'Candidates County for Deadline
. SfY N Gree.r SIR& ... PINEAPPLE : "! ': \ later. pounced .
To YOU ENT OSO R1SCOGLUE t: ,an be to Dates, and.te.! Plnetta\, : .
COUPON CERTIFICATE,' ,"t..i"' ,Lake Cherry Greenville' Slrmans' 0
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'CLI'P 49, PK4 ARROW lIE : ,'". Madison at held be will rallies six
C GT ;; The' named. were rallies political .
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S Green j( (J\l\ Reserved Rights Quantity wla *'
cam. political coming the lor plans f;
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5 o0 ; formulate to House Court the ln: i
With Twice Save night Thursday met Committee _!*
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-r. .-9-C1-. c..ct co;;. 0 ci O-C !! &I This week of-Dedication will end ThigpeiTs'
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a : 2 Communion and reception into

CJt--N: z. (1)0-di! Qt= : membership services. U S 90 Madison, Florida

9 g! 5 g <- 0_ t'N g .dox S S eZ HU. 3-9942 .
.. =:2 o..esc Miss Blllle Jean Coody spent ten

V.. Li.i 0 an ent .0- .. aG. :"0 &w q r! ", to" t-I days in St Augustine where 'she Free Pickup and Delivery Service

a'.c... ... : visited her uncle and aunt Mr and
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::II: -c.St.--.6( '" a0"0 0-,= .... Mr Ed Barrs Is a patient at the
} "' > C I == local hospital lie entered there Let, us service your car or truck
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Qli.a .9gs so -' a a COUNTY.
y s S- nw" CITY OF MADISON, FLORIDA,
L&.I Nr Mrs Ota Johnson, age 69, .of
:!: 0.1... :zI CI -0'" e f.c:. V 0t Petitioner5.. Pinetta, died Friday morning1 In '

zWJ s ''S t IS e ,, i ... :.e. e Qtii THE STATE OF FLORIDA et al, the Madison County hospital following -

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f. ... -g ORDER :TO SHOW CAUSE
lifelong resident of Madison County,
:....., ::>> 11...., ata: .! TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA I
.C !! : and a member of the Pinetta Baptist -
:: .s':: 0 Qc rrOG" AND THE SEVERAL PROPERTY .'

J 't '9 8 S f IS CIS5 OWNERS TAXPAYERS, CITIZENSand Church."
L Survivors include one sister, Mrs'
. .. a ah o" a OTHERS HAVING or CLAIMING .
: R e .::E3a S .a" iII Julia HardY of Valdosta; one <<
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u A Z O IN PROPERTY TO BE brother, Jim Blair of Jacksonville
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& z .:u aye r! I ..vA FLORIDA, OF $275,000 Services were held at 3:00 p m
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h C Beggs Jr Funeral Home. The Rev'W
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PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED, or
s:; ceui ll iplS : to be AFFECTED IN ANY WAY L Wynn officiated. Interment

I tuuuI ; : -- a g .!. j ua l/y... a:: ... .-! -av THEREBY: was in Mt Horeb Cemetery.
Q < IS = t: "' = The: State of Florida through the ; Pallbearers included Messrs.

K.*- l:s: "S' .8 ,J:: 0! '2' State Attorney of the Third Judicial -Clarence Buchanan, Bobby Keeling,
1 N. Circuit of said State and the Robert Crafton, Cecil Crafton,

4 hi f H several property owners, taxpayers, Emmett Gaston Howard Coody
N citizens,and others raring or claimIng -
1: --8" Robert Walker & Ivy Wigelsworth.
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o' _.en a v s br a6f property to be affected by the issu-
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,Q3.;; .! -g "C csta1t ance by the City of Madison. Florida Candidates Panhandling

.A A. .>,. .slSt or; of the Natural Gas Revenue Voters can't shake down
e r I x Z ; ..t" Certificates hereinafter more particularly you
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c2 I ., -e O.l 0: :; '-oCl.x !. ; .5 w iI th any way thereby, are hereby required Ad. -....' 'Y: ,

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I. Court of Madison County,
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In the Third Judicial Or
Florida
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kj\; U ;:" Co fo4o- | house in Madison Florida on the
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ffi z ca ffia.a. | | F04 0 O. Stt Revenue Certificates therein described von ;
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o a c"oa 3W not exceeding six per centum (6%) Life Insurance
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D ;; iO.- O tl L.OT Unfortunately,just wishing
iI Q ,& 6c -_'= "C"fIIII of $1.000 each, and maturing won't make our future dreams ..
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ii: c:: "C serially come true-however, in many
I) $ -... e o" o e the years 1963 to 1989. inclusive, amore cases life insurance will.

I 1" t= |Jh15S| c "B&> complete description of which Security and protection for .
1 aid Natural Gas Revenue Certificates -
: 5 1 1M your family,a college education
r. t is contained in the petition '
and carefree
for your children a
herein. retirement for yourself can all
,. I Done and ordered at Madison be provided for you through
c Florida this 22nd day of February, Ar Farm Bureau
may one wt many
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ceived the idea that they should Is librarian. S
From Captivity To have for this North Florida County, When the great oldhostile" key CONSTRUCTIONNew
i the finest and most modern and that had locked and unlocked doorsto
1 Enlightenment GrimPublic sanitary jail that a 1100.000 bond captivity and Incarceration for and Remodeling
f .. Issue could afford the library more than 100 years, was presentedby
committee of the Madison Woman's the County Commissioners to Howerton Supply Co.
Prison To dub at once envisioned In this dis- the Library Association, it was put
carded property, a Public Library. In Its place of honor, not becauseof un'W'
library Their request granted, and with its past, but as a reminder that Dead Sea
the' addition of $3000 from the nothing Is Impossible to those who

-. S Board for a new roof and for removal have vision. Hotel Opens

(By Elizabeth K. Vann) of Iron ban and partitions
Due to recent Interest In our the dub women went to work. To- II
Madison County Public Library, with day, Madison boUts a library property PEANUT PIE
the Introduction of the additional valued at $15,000 with approximately -
r I 5000 books on the *h.
facilities of the Suwannee River
shelves (1953). -;i cup dark Karo syrup ? ?
Regional Library and the North H cbp: white Karo"'syrupcup =
I The renovated steel and concrete u 1
Florida Junior College Library, Inquiries H
'granulated
are being made as to the building: its Interior remodeled ,and sugar
3* Florida
motto of the County Library, "From redecorated, automatic gas heating eggs .
2 tablespoons butter
i .t' k Captivity To Enlightenment," and system, lighting and plumbing Installations 1 vanilla
r .x the 'great brass key that meets the ,, and a paid Librarian teaspoon
the Library has a high\ State rating 1 cup chopped salted peanuts
., eye as one enters the door with
.al the significant words-"Once the and Is listed In the State Library Using your favorite short piecrust
recipe, line a nine pie pan and set
Key to Captivity, now the Key to Directory.The aside. Cream butter and sugar.
Librarian visited
Enlightenment* Flrida State
.. In advisory Add eggs (unbeaten) one at a time.
The following Is the original the Library recently an
I Add and vanilla. Pour mixture
I II and commended the syrup
story In an Issue of the Enterprise- capacity
association for what she into uncooked pie shelL Sprinkle
Recorder of December 1953 written library
by the City Editor, for which request termed a "feat." Madison women with chopped nuts. In pre-heated A 40-room luxury hotel tax'
-- for permission to publish think of the "feat" In terms of a 375 degree oven, bake for 19< recently been opened on th.a
ALL CANDIDATES Pon't throw your hat in the political came from the Woman's Home "Dream comes true." minutes. Turn oven down to 350 degrees shores of the Dead Sea. Con;;{
in The E-R. Companion and McCall's magazines, The formal opening was held InNovember and continue baking for 45 ,.Veniently located for tourists
I ring without having your photo printed Additional minutes. visiting the Jordan ValleyJ
need E-R and from the National Magazine : With the coming of Jericho and the Dead Sea
Should you a new picture, your political photo- thojiew
For something extra
of extra
England, where a similar circumstance spring the Camellia Circle the
hotel clasS
provides first
grapher will oblige, for a modest fee. prevailed. Garden Club, the Business Woman's special, serve pie warm with vanillaIce accommodations including f a.,;

.W L Gaston, Chairman of the "Once the Key to Captivity now Club became interested In the library cream topping. duties for swimming in ina.;
CONSERVATION I the Key to Enlightenment the grounds and took its beautific&tion NOTE: This recipe comes from ,Dead Sea. A boat regularly
Board of Supervisors of the MadIson 'greeting which meets the eye as ; as their 1953 project. A the Florida Development Commis ;shuttles visitors to Qumran,
Soil Conservation District has one enters the new library at planting program Is now In Pro- sion. ,the site of the discovery ol.thg.
(by L C Bruncr. a thirty acre field of blue lupine :Madison, Florida, and sees displayed gress. 'famous Dead Sea scr YS.J
(Soil Conservation Service) to be turned and followed with. there the great brass key The Library functions as a de
The time for turning winter corn. Mr Gaston said "If I can getit i hanging in the above framed motto. partment of the Woman's .dub KEEP UP WITH POLITICSIN Com $120 in Jasper
cover crops In Is here. Farmers are! to grow Just a little I make When the Board of County Commissioners under Miss Julia Barnwell head of THE E-R
I : of Madison County con the committee. Mrs R L Milliner ,
getting ready to turn blue lupine, much better corn following the .- u
borrea blue>> sweet lupine or Florida cover crop than I do on land with w "
Flock rye for corn and tobacco.: out legume.*' .A .week of dry

These cover crops worked Into the weather at silking time may cut
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soil improve the tilth add water- corn yields in half. ':It "

holding capacity. Practices which The growing of crops to be Prove it bf' 'H*.' ; '
to yourself!r Dramatic test r; ,, : ; .
.' conserve moisture in the soil pay plowed under while still green is proves "
\ oft, especially when rainfall Is a practical\ way to increase the '- .

scarce. organic matter in the soiL '

: Plymouth, gives you more miles per gallon !.


NEW HOMES A'>> !

Others talk gas savings... but Plymouth.Then you drive in your usual fashion, .' .

lets you see it. At your dealer's now the through normal traffic. When the gas in the ):1 .

WOULD YOU BUILD A NEW HOME ON I PLYMOUTH PROVE-IT-YOURSELF ECONOMY jar has been' used, check the mileage reading .,,\\'., ,0 ,.

YOUR LOT OR ACRE? on speedometer. See for yourself the mile .
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NO MONEY DOWN CHECK THESE 1 'k, \ DRIVE lets you take the wheel and see exage you got on just a small amount of fuel .t '

'. the I Simple fair-and dramatic proof, we think, of :
5 SILLS, NOT 3 Belly mileage you_get Thousands have : -
I -< the solid engineered into the Solid
gas
No. 1 FLOORING, NOT No. 2 taken this I convincing drive. Don' miss it! economy '" j
Plymouth for 1960. See : .
No. 1 SIDING, NOT No. 2 1 your Plymouth dealer. :

2x8 FLOOR JOISTS. NOT 2x6 '. 't. f .
_TERMITE_ SHIELDS No special test track. no special test conditions i- i I

...... at .4 r ", ; . no special test driver Just you at the : fI- "
CREOSOTE ALL SILLS and_ FLOOR JOISTS wheel of a regular full-size Plymouth. Here's

: SAME PRICE AS OTHERS THAT USE NO.2 MATERIALAND how it works: &' .
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THREE SILLS
Mounted on one side of a Plymouth is a jar t

which feeds a measured amount of gas directly .-

Up To 10 Years To PaI )' to the car.You turn control and the car is pow ,I
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.. .. REMODEL AND ADDITIONS . ";/ ered by the gas from this ECONOMY METER. I \


Get prices, and specifications from the rest Then you A CknFtUr-tnffiHttrtdproduct,I owtt+ a new did troy to gin you did tofofoetion. x'',f N 1 of, :'
will buy from Sparks Best
..-".- SOLXD PLY1VIOUTH: 9GO ;

Our Satisfied customers are our GREATEST asset; hereis I

one and more will be mailed on request. y I a ; ; ,)

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February 11th, 1960 :
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:: To Whom it may concern: "i:.

Sparks Best Homes built a three bed room home for me last
t(
,' summer, while was in the Lake City Hospital and I amt

sure that should I have been home it could not have

:''': been constructed any better, as Mr.\ "Sparks gives each ,+IxR ; .

l home built his personal supervision. u

i'- Should any one be interested in a well-built home, I would t .

be very happy to answer any letter that is mailed me, as

,. I am satisfied with both material and construction, or ,

\"-. better still, should you be in Hanson, our home is just .

across from the Methodist\ Church. I Ij

; Signed Rev. W. J. Bennett ,j

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4'fSoD WILL take care of you"vJis
the name of a popular T v.
song, and is a popular idea. But :
some of the bitterest experience*
when a discovers -*.
of life come person
\ that this sentence does not .,1- '
,mean quite, or perhaps at all,what ,
he thought it.did. The name give
in the church to
the truth that' C
God watches over
rus and all things
j and all men, IB"Providence \ I
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fact all that God
does, in relation
S '. to mankind, and .. .? ***.
to his universe, is H
summed up in
two words, Crea- Dr. Foreman 1 a..
tion and Providence. (4w a S
But the current lesson from the
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may help to untangle the truth I
about Providence, God's'care for

his creatures from some wrong I' ..,..'. '
ideas about it.' ,,', '" ." ,;. .,' 'f:"'.
Will God Keep Mi From All Kara '

We sometimes say that God will kt{ :' '" '
keep us from all harm; but,if we f FS'" a \ '
'stop to think, about it, if we see ,3 '>
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'how God has acted In times past i 5i -' .<'
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and what the experiences of Christians -
{ have been, we shall realize
that to say that God will keep me r
from all harm is saying more than (1)
(the facts'will support. ,4
God will not keep you from 1
dying. He has not kept many of his a1rrlf.r.
children from death. Even his only I t
Son Jesus Christ actually died on I
Calvary. We sometimes think a I
man is peculiar if he keeps a coffin F
In his house for future use; but : <
A >, while it may be unusual to do that, iJL
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it isn't crazy.Unless you die at sea
: or get vaporized by an H-bomb, or ,
extraordinary like that
something THE CHURCH FOR :ALL '
you may as well buy your casket .,.,,TiThe .
now. What is left of youwill need ALL FOR THE CHURCH 1 f
a coffin of some kind. This is true Church is the greatest factor on earth for I

!matter how good you are. the building of character and good atueruhrp.It i I
not
God will probably keep you
from all suffering. Even if you. is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a A child's faith is beautiful in its simplicity and in the little

never have an ache or a pain in, Church neither democracy norcmUrauoncan ritual that
strong things it encompasses. Like for instance, the nightly
I, I your body, even if you die at 80 survive. There are four sound rusons-why and and
Daddy
"God bless Mommy
the end of
at
} with all your teeth as good as new, I should attend services regularly and comes prayer.
every person
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even if your friends all outlive you support the Church. They are: CI I) For his Cousin Peter and Kitty Kat and my blue teddy bear.
ao that you never have to mourn
their deaths If you have a heart own saVe. (2) For ha children's sale. (3) For To a child there IS. no reason why God should not bless also
at all. if share the mind of For ,
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you the sale of his community and nation. (4)
Christ, you will be torn with com the sale of the Church itself, which needs his a crumpled and slightly soiled teddy bear, and a pet kitty. For

,.of passion the millions; as he was without, by the a shepherd.The thought. moral and material support Plan to go to God ,is goodness and love and kindness and tolerance not perhaps

more. Christian you are, the church regularly and read your Bible daily. in those words, but in the feeling this child has as she says .
'more the sorrows of the world will I '
:weigh on you. I Day Book Chapter Verses her prayers.

!t''From What Final God Evil will keep you from" is I Sunday Matthew 18 1-5 Prayer, to the child who has been taught to pray, is a natural

what,we might call final eviL If :Monday Psalms I Peter 141 5 6-7 1-3 thing. It should be as much a part of everyday life as eating and

,:we Christians think over and saints the lives, we of can great see Tuesday Wednesday I Corinthians 3 9-11 sleeping and playing. To pray for what is good to give thanks

'what God's Providence meant In Thursday, Psalms 119 '54-56' for what one has is an all-important step In that all-important
their lives. Take Paul as a fair Friday Psalms 61 1-4
example. There at Jerusalem God Saturday Matthew 6 9-13 right direction on the road of life. '
did not save him from being half-
killed, though he did save him from .P V.r+ul"if.
killed. He saved him from ..
being Sha" V .
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being scourged but he did not save
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Is always a worse something from
which God spares us.
And what Is the worst? It surely ,
... is this: that 'a man 1-1: separated '
hopelessly and finally from Cod his -
Creator and Father. Sorrow and ''I -

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, than this the black night in MADISON DRUG STORE
which man has lost God forever. Phone 1W 3450 MadUon. FU. DUNN FURNITURE CO.
But this does not come to the man 4 The RexaU Store J. J. Sak Jl;, Owner

of faith. Paul ,more than once Fl MADISON FLA. .. '
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thought he was going to die and Phone 1W 32300.. '
e finally was killed; but he never lost ."' ,t Phone HU 3-2340. r
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Service men do the worrying for t V AGENCY f IMadison. When your clothes are not becoming .
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r comes to him. He carries no gun; to us Phone HU 3-2355
1 but he is surrounded by guns on all ;
sides. ,
.1 Is God my bodyguard Does he ( 'I "
take all testy for my personal ) .
safety Can I leave all the j':BRYAN ELECTRIC CO. "'FBALEIGII-ASHLEY, '.. ,
worrying to him?We can leave the

worrying to him,yes; bt tod.we have,We Wiring d.t: TRUCK. &: TRACTOR. 'CO. r fANTCT'*MOTOR. CO.Madison. CHERRY'S t "66" SERVICE* r ",
personal nspoasfefitty \ STATION
that God kept Paul from MADISON, FLORIDA .
can say .
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of, Roman .
and a
the agony deafer Madhon: Fla.
scourging; but bow? If Paul had
not spoken up what be Ad and .
told the officer that he was a (. ..
Roman citizen: be would bare been . ':.:# ;#i# :':':':':':':': . rHB
scourged anyway. God's care of m
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lb UoIRsWNIIPIISEICODEI.waw. have just concluded out $495oHARDEE Need Help In

.hi $raaw..mauw ... ..sr w CttfTW MOBTI MM in Squaw Valley, California, a Nothing To Do About It
Published 'Weekly Subscription $3.76 Per Year in Advance much different and far better MOTOR CO. Preparing Your
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year kind of contest than some in W e do not think the rank and \.
which we have been and are file of the state's voters will Income Tax
Advertising Rates Made Known on Application
engaged. Instead of seeing who be any too happy over the way no .
Entered at the Madison Post Office as- ccond-clasi: matter June can build the deadliest weapons .- they have been maneuvered out ; Returns?

,!D. 1908, under Act of March 8, B79> we have been seeing who of a vote on delegates to the Attend ConferenceFour

OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, Z: C. MERCHANT, JR: could ski and skate and play National Democratic Conven-
AND ASSOCIATES hockey and all such as that the tion. The party bigwigs have local representatives of Gulf
out slate favorable to Life Insurance Company will attend
from
J best. 740 athletes thirty put a
RECORDER ESTABLISHED 1865 their company's President's Club
MADISON ,
nations, both what some people Senator Smathers as afavorite conference in Hollywood Beach.
ESTABLISHED 1901
NEW ENTERPRISE, call free and slave, took son, and this slate will probably May 1922.
CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 .
part in the events and the total have no opposition. However, Included in the group of more
than 700 leaders
and wives from
,: T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and Publisher attendance for the eleven days Senator Smathers is not a bona- the Southeastern states will be:

: t,r, T. C. MERCHANT. Managing Editor ran close to a quarter million. fide candidate for President, SUpt. O. C. Kirkland If. T. Holton,
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''. MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor Countries with which our coun- and it just means that after Jr.. C E. Quick and A. H. Sheffield,

MRS.. W. E. WILSON, Advertising :Manager. try has strained relations were the first few votes for Smath Jr.The business sessions In Holly-

.,..... represented, but that didn't ers the delegation will be?free wood Beach will include advanced
'{.,, ARID of the snow and prevalent matter at all in the athletic to vote as they wish or as underwriting practices. '
f'-' where he
4 events, and indeed the Associated those who put them on the
Dr Claude Kelly has returned
spring has bee/i delayed, but to
Press in its article this slate persuade them to vote,
ACTIVN E the We I his home In Hartford Conn aftera
it is now.
/ on way
morning speaks of "the inter- with the folks back at home winter visit here with his
Qy noticed while that the fig
F 0( 1960 a ago out national good-will which the having had nothing to do about brother, Mr C P KeJ IV He was accompanied
beginning to put ,
trees are
to Atlanta by Mr Kelly,
Russians have out of their
lOt gone
end that promises some of the where they visited relatives. )
to display" and quotes the
r the world four way it.First
best fruit in -x-
On The 29th months from now. coach pf the United States Ice MachineFranklin Mrs Buck Roberts, of :Atlanta,
hockey team as calling "the was the weekend guest of her ,
These lines are being written Russians the best sports the county, second coun- parents Mr and Mrs S H Moore. '

( on the 29th of February in, a four day Guess Another Deficit Americans have ever played.'" ty south from Tallahassee, has 0::: : >0 .
that comes only once
Indeed feel that if could
we we an area about !four-fifths that
years. Well, that statement President Eisenhower is having Goodyear Tires $12.95 :
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for the i have more: pleasant contacts of Madison county and a population .
isnX absolutely correct, a great trip in South among the various peoples of little than third '
a
hundredsare I more a 670 x 15, All-Weather tube-type -Call-]]
years that are even I America, and there may be I the world and more interchangeof as great. It is noted principallyfor plus tax and recappable tire. .

not leap years unless they i much fruitful result from the visits and see the good qualities its fish production, Apalachicola HU 36910HU

are also evenly divisible by visit. He was 'in the moun- in them without carrying the county seat, be- MESSER
four hundred. For instance, the i tainous part of the Argentine our own shoulders and
chips on I II ing one of the principal com- 32555Farmer
year 1900 was evenly divisible,yesterday, and goes today, we I comparing their imagined mercial fishing ports on the Battery & Tire Co.

by four but it was not evenly" believe, to Santiago, Chile, and I "have-nots with our often Gulf Coast, and Carrabelle,
divisible by 400, and so was I from there over the Andes imagined "haves,** we would second city in the county, being ,:# ..uF.trg Att

not a leap year. Possibly some.again to Montevideo, the beauti have a better world and per- an important commercial

of our older readers may recall ful capital city of Uruguay. He.j; haps allay some of the mistrust iig center. Franklin fiSh-I Mr. Have You Considered
J that they wondered'why 1900 J has met with wide acclaim not ,
and suspicion that seems so one of the leaders in the statein
did not have 29 days in February -,so much as . shellfish and shrimp pro-
is. Artificial Breeding ybur Dairy & Beef Cows?
since the usual statement last year, but great nevertheless duction, and about eighty percent

that every fourth year is aj ; but there have also been Two More of Florida's total oyster '
leap year-and that is almost I some counterdemonstrations.The .' landings'are made in the coun- If not, here are some facts you should know

perfectly correct. Those of us I trip was marred by the Move over for two more ty. Sports fisHing is also an /' 1. The Georgia-Florida Breeding Association was
who are here in the year 2000, tragic collision of the two candidates for Governor who important Aset to the county's
however, will find it a leap I planes near Rio last week, and I qualified the past week: Belser, economy. Staple farm crops In-j organized. to serve Madison County and Brooks .
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: year, since the number is evenly cne writer has asked what was, who was the first of all publicly I I!: elude corn, field peas, sweet r and Lowndes Counties, Georgia..
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... divisible by four hundred-! the necessity, or use, of taking to announce, and McCorvey, a i, potatoes, sugar cane, and peanuts -'' 24 All of the eight major beef breeds and six major
that is, unless we shall have a plane of United Statesrnusi-- restaurant man from Miami,j and among truck ,
in the meantime largely des-! Un- who if crops dairy breeds are in the stud and only the best :
cians there any way. promises elected toj:are cabbage strawberries, and :
ti-oyed. one another with the I doubtedly there are enough sweep the state free of graft; Irish potatoes. The county was performance tested bulls are used.

lethal weapons we are building South American musicians already and corruption. This gives us! created in 1832 and named for 3. Artificial breeding is more successful since the ,
r and the Men from Mars shall i' there. At a time when we nine for the t>ig spot o'n the I Benjamin Franklin. During the .

; have taken over and introduced are carrying such a heavy Democratic side, and one or| Confederate War, Apalachicola, Association began using. semen, frozen in liquid I I

t,\ a. calendar according to their national debt, it seems that we two others on -the Republican: once the second largest American .nitrogen at-320 degrees F. t '

:" year,. which is considerably should economize on all expendi- side. About the same number port on the Gulf of Mexico '4 Over half of the cows on Madison County dairy i 'f
longer than our year. tures, including the comparatively more or less, are running for! and Carrabelle both were r
:-- I small ones, but our various Secretary of State, and four or' bombarded by Federal gun I farms are now bred artificially.

R t branches of governmentdo five for Commissioner of Agri-' boats. In 1845, an Apalachicola 5. ,The Florida Bank at Madison and the breeding ,

.. ". Jest Fret In lie WU, not appear to see it that culture. Al Cahill of Jackson- physician Dr John Gorrie, discovered Association have 'been helpful in providing this : .

t. We noticed this morning that way. It is true that we' are vile, former Duval county an artificial method ..
for 4-H
( service and F.F.A. members.
...!' A r" one writer, with tongue in promised a surplus in the sheriff, is contesting State for freezing water and built the t'>>;
f'" check, was objecting to this!operation of the governmentthis Treasurer Larson and State I first ice machine. Next week, 6. The cost is small: ] the benefits great.

:. 29th day in February*because: year, but it is our guess Superintendent Bailey has Gadsden county. For further information, contact K. D. Hitchcock, 1 i'
it postponed the coming of that the year's end along with drawn one or two opponents, ;st t
I Madison County Director, or Rudy Hamrick, County
what they spending whether they have qualifiedyet .
spring one day, as it does according are now RidiatoreMcIIJJAMS I
to the calendar but of and after Congress gets or_ ot we are not sure. linf Agent For service. calls, request the technician, .

course not according 'to. fact!through.. with the: finances"" .will. Qualification. '" time-- for. ,, State" GARAGE ijjT t Charles* Johnson at Madison Hunter 3-6400. ,

3",. He has evidently'b come'tiled'DOW another deficit. ".., candidates- ends Tuesday' of this I :",

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