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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 11, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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't-o DRIVE '/p I will not rr be a Candidate for Coleman Richardson- County 'Commissioner .':': "'' !t.. ..'t'" : ".', .. 1t James Barrel!-of Greenville has"

.. __ h County Commissioner for Madison from District 5, has announced ) :" ,',.. tossed his hat into the ring for
County as previously reported. for re-election, Ooromfa- Justice of the Peace District No.
Jimmy Stanley of Madison has .t I wish io express appreciation to barer Richardson stated in his announcement ,"} 5. Mr Harrell In his formal an ..
been appointed County Chairman 3 my friends for their interest a id that he appredated nouncement elsewhere in this issue
of the Buster, Hancock for Commissioner i the courtesies fond confidence. : .u says, If elected be will "serve
of -Agriculturecampaign, support.KENNETH BURNETT. of the people In the past all the people fairly and impartial

.and Frank Henry Reams 'has been (Paid advt) :and U re-elected, he will continue' Iy"v s
',selected as Greenville .ChIrev.ts.A to serve to the ben of his ability.
3' e.A1r
: vigorous campaign R Is $aaaed J J fJ ... MORSE HONORED Registration BooksOpenonTuesdayNighfs
bY the local supporters ofKaacodc LEE J NEWS NOTES h, r

/ -r (Paid. adVt ; 14Ai Thomas A More, ran ".f bar sad. r v
f Mr and Mrs Clark Brannan and Mr E i.-Morse of Piaetta. has been;; 1
IOn .Ronald of Jacksonville were initiated into the Florida Chapter of
.Justice Rutsfor the XT Sigma Pi national The Registration books will be
Lfeggett( u week end guests of Mr and MrsC honorary I .c
C Brannan. fraternity. XI Sigma Pi is composed PN !opened for registration- each Tuesday .
I the campaign for the office Friends of Mrs H J Brown re- of outstanding students of forestry.I night from 7 to 9 in the
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Re-electii i of County Judge gets under way. fret that she is ill in the local Morse was one of four selected from .i t ,office of the Supervisor of Regis- !
:you are urged to 'consider EDWIN hospital suffering from a back in the University of Florida. Admittance tration. _
\ --=-- L. (EDDIE) FLOWERS for your to the society is based primarily ; Books close April, 9.. AnnlUnMnn
Justice of the Peace A L County Judge, who thoroughly believes .' jury.Mr and Mrs Calton Whitty and on scholastic average, but !I for absentee ballot for- May--r-t'-------3 primary
(Rooster) Leggett, Sr of District in the youth of our county chIldren Shelby. Michael Susan. leadership and personal integrityare I Mrs Lucy Gardner wishes to announce can be made AFTER March
5 has announced for re-election. and that they should have every! and Keith and Mrs Harvey Smithof necessary. that she has qualified as a .
Mr Leggett, who has served as consideration that can be afforded I -Baldwin. Mr and Mrs Dalton I Tommy is not a neophyte at winning I candidate for the office of Supervisor 15, and must be made before April

Justice of the Peace for many them. A vote for EDWIN L.j Mercer, Shelby and Jerome Mercer, honors at the Ul ftrIlty. During of Registration of Madison 28, and absentee ballot must be in
(EDDIE} FLOWERS will assure and Mr and Mrs Edward Whitty the fall semester he was selected County. Fla, subject to the Democratic the office by 5 p m May 2. the ..
years, pledges a continuation of this consideration for our greatest and two children Claudia and as the most outstanding Junior In primaries in May 1960. I day before the first primary.

courteous, fair and impartial service asset, our children. Wayne were dinner guests Sundayof forestry. Mrs Gardner ran a flower shopin ARTHUR E RAGANS
if re-elected. (Paid Political Advt) Mr and Mrs S E Whity. Madison for 10 years working Supervisor of Registration

APPOINTS COUNTY MANAGERJim Mrs S K Dragger went to Tampa JOHN FULLER with and serving the people of ((28-3t-cI1
OJIIILL NEWS Friday for a visit with her son Madison County. She was a dental

---- --- .-- ,- }Mr Leon Lane who continues very John Fuller, passed away Thursday assistant for Dr B 0 Mercer and
Blanton, candidate for State office report clerk and .bookkeeper HYMS AND MEDITATIONS
ill in a hospital there night. March 3 at his home
Oak Hill H D Club met Feb 25 Railroad and Public Utilities Corn-
for the Standard Oil Co. Mrs' Gardner 'j
Mr and Mrs R C Blanton of Jack south of Madison. PROGRAM {
in the home of Mrs R 1. Crafton minion, announces that Mrs Mort feels
she is quite capable of '
tonvUle stopped over for a short Services were held Sunday
.
:Mrs .Florence McMillian gave a Bunting will Madison" be his campaign manager while Monday afternoon for a visit March 6th from the Cross Roads performing the duties of this office The Willis Recording Studio Is

timely devotional using as Scripture for County. here with the B F Blanton Baptist church with the Rev Rob and would appreciate the support of soliciting talent for its Sunday*
the story of Dorcas Blanton time within a few thousand Mr and Mrs J C Martin went to inson officiating. Burial followed In all you, good: people of Madison morning broadcast programs Hymns
Some of the most important votes of unseating the fttftUJerry' Lake dry Monday to be with the church cemetery with TU1D an- County. If elected Mrs Gardner will And Keditatns.. Vocalists and
items discussed were the Ned concession the W .Carter in 1958 In one of I Mr J B Golden, who has to under- James Funeral Home in charge perform the duties of this office to announcers are invited to contact

at the Fat Stock She*?,. the I I state closest In political races In the 10 surgery. ,. Survrrors are. his. wife, Laura. the best of her ability. the studios. Claymore Schnitkerwill
Nutrition school'flow in Wton. each anao recent nc1ng"the.*ara..Ja appointment of '.'Mr and Mrs Sidoey: .Jordan moved Flitter one.aoa.: James Fuller aDd'one (Paid Political. Advt announce ',the program 8:30

Friday ,night*at *the4.gkMer, as.d Mrs Boating: the candidate. stated fellKir rbhme 'i&rweek 1 MssCelet ." daughter Genie Lee Taylor of .. tIIII/III1I'> o'clock, Sunday morning; March 13.-
April council meetitnle 1h'afK elected he- << ", Watson and parents, MraJBj.'Mnr Detroit, I bflthPresbyterian, ..
Jthe ... would do hta*tst Mrs Cora MeLcod is somewhat
Peas of moved to
Jasper. .
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revue I to inform the public ,of the power the house vacated by the Jordan r Circle No. 2 met .,better/ lttt being under the Doctor Mr and Mrs W R Pressley and
Mrs Howard "CooAy, jrtothingvchalrman and importance of this commission, for an infected: ear. Dr and Mrs Charles L Mattes Jr
i Mr and Mrs Joe .Stafford and I Monday afternoon with Mrs A E
conducted question and how it directly affects the -x- Joined the First Baptist church by
a
children spent The week end in Raleigh with: eleven members attending. .
and answer panel selection of monthly expenses of every person Mrs Carroll Blalock was hostess letter, Sunday.
on Jacksonville with their parents, )II'and Mrs Charles Knox: was
Jrr the state In regard to transportation I to hey bridge club Tuesday aftercoon.
dress material Mrs R P Buchanan Mrs E C Clevenger, and Mr leader of the Bible study Christ ..
to the rates of telephone Cub high and second high
grave a detailed report on non-fat and Mrs G W Stafford. the unifying center: of life according MUSIC EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS
electric freight, and awarded to MrsJ
power more recently score prizes were .
milk for its and to the spirit She was assisted ,
dry
economy
natural gas service. L Wyche and Mrs W T Davis.
-nutritive value, also as an aid to Blanton resides ,in St Augustine, by Mrs M Bunting Jr. Mrs T C Mrs W S Coooer a visitor also All persons interested in the
those" -on special diets. Other and is engaged in the transporta- Mrs. Lucy Gardner In Gibson chairman of Church Extension received a gift delicious dessert. furtherance of music education in
.members participated in a "Help ion and tourist attraction business. made a talk on the cause,I I I course was served. Madison County schools are invited

ful hints to homemakers" discus lie was born in Madison -County 40 Supervisor RaceElsewhere Merchant stressing Jr Evangelism.conducted the Mrs business T C I to be present at the next meeting

sion. Members wete also reminded years ago and has resided in session. Delicious refreshments, BOOK SHELF of the Band Parents' Organization
that Council dues are due and Florida all of his life. He served In W were ,
This
r served by the hostess.x i meeting will be held In the
he U S Navy for lour dur- New books available at the
that twenty-five cents per member years in this issue Mrs Lucy now band room of the Madison High
this and has been ng World War IL Gardner is her candidacy Madison County Library: The New,
next announcing
year __ __ School at ?:00 p m March 21st according
Michael Ted Willis Esquire EtIquette. by the editors of
for Supervisor of JtedstraUor1of
:assessed for bringing National H D
to Mr James Copeland,
Mrs J T KltUngsworth was visiting Madison County. She promises Esquire. A guide to business, sports
Council to Florida In 1962.
in Jacksonville. over the week faithful conscientious service if and social contacts. 'president of the organization.At .
Mrs Almon Zipperer, H D agent, end. elected and will be grateful for Mr and Mrs Ted Willis announcethe Fifty Years of Modem Art. by' the meeting February 15th. a
:gave a dramatic demonstration on -x- your Vote and SupportJIM birth of a son born at 11:43 Praeger. 337 plates-32 in color. discussion was held concerning
.the worth of fire proofing fabrics. I pert Tuesday March 8th. at MadI- The Detection of Murder, by having an awards banquet for the
During the social hour a game RMbMarckl2,13 son County Memorial Hospital He Kessler' and Weston A handbook band students in order to show thetown"
ANDERSON DIES AT LEE weighed 6 lbs and and for officers detectives coro-
visiting and refreshments were 7 cos, was police of their fine
A big rodeo will be staged at i appreciation
named Michael Ted Willis Mrs ners, judges and attorneys.
enjoyed Three visitors and twelve
Branford March 12 and 13 (Reads Jim Anderson, age 77. died at his Wails is the former Miss JlmmleOwens. Alaska USA by Herb and Miriam work this year. These plans will be-
members were presentMr elsewhere in this issue.) home at Lee Thursday morning after Helskher. i completed at the next meeting.
and Mrs Bobby Buchanan an extended Illness. He was a -- -- ---- -- ---

Mr and Mrs J ;L Davis Mr and 'RefktratiM Nitice nativy of Georgia, but had livedat .
Mrs Enoch Keeling. Mr and Mrs. Lee for 25 years. He was a

Marvin Young and Mrs Florence ---- member of the Midway Church of ,

McMillian are among, those having The registration books for the i God.Survivors
+. flu. May, 1960, primary election will include his wife, Mrs
Mattie Rye Anderson of Lee: one
The home of Mrs Paul Ellington be open every' day in the office .
Madison 'f
brother Ellge Anderson, of
of the of
Supervisor Registration
:March 5 of alovely
was the scene
Mrs Hill of .
sister Ophelia
through January, February and ; one ,
stork shower given In honorof March. Orlando; and a niece, Mrs Mary .,.

Mrs. Durward Sapp. Several ap- If you registered in 1958 or Lou Lassiter and her daughter ;,-1

propriate games were played with sInce you are OK far voting and Brenda Sue members of the .fan-
Mrs T T Morrison Mrs C C Craf do not have to re-register. mediate family.Services .
ton and Mrs Calvin Gaston Win. ARTHUR 'E. RAGANS will be held at 3 pm.
Saturday. March 12, at the Assembly
ring prizes. Mrs Sapp was assistedin Supervisor. of Registration. ti s. .
of God Church, Lee with ,
19- March-ch
Wil- Tht
opening the gifts by Mrs interment In Stonewall cemetery. s

born Reaves. Mrs Willie Keelingand Mrs George Williams attended I The Reverends Sam Mitchell and

Mrs Wilborn Reaves were co- strict PTA council meeting In Clyde Nichols will officiate. ATrcngements k -
hostesses. Cake squares iced in Madison March 1, in charge: of.T J Beggs
I
white and decorated in traditional Mrs T T Morrison was In chargeof Jr.:. Funeral Home.Sckris x, .

pink and blue with chips and soft a season of prayer for home t t _

drinks were served to conclude missions at the Pinetta First Baptist Make Up !

this happy affair. Church March 7. Mrs W L
Marty and Ike Reaves of Lee Wynn and Mrs R L Crafton will LiSt Time --- _

spent several days with their aunt. be in charge March 9, 7:30, and
,
Mrs R L Crafton, last week) due Mrs Howard Coody March 10, 7:30. -
to the Illness of their parent Mr Talmage Bland returned Feb I County Schools are making up e5RIVOLTIT -
time and evaluation
on Saturdays
Mrs Hattie Hughes of Chattan 28th fromvseveral: daysstay in ---
'''' days with sessions on Saturday,
ga, spent the weekend with her a Jacksonville hospital for removalof and regular holidays. After ,F dIT. :: F m-rln. : FACE OF DANGER a rodeo clown moves .: .

daughter, Mrs Wlfcera .*** et, cast and fitting of"braces. He April 15. and Easter Monday. April t mass successful bull rider looks for a chance to get off and '

enroute home after ,a visit wfcto .!is reported doing a* well as can 18 the lost time during the flu get away. Buns do more than buck are on the prod to kill their

Mr and Mrs Fwk' Crag of be fleeted/ ;..epidemic win have been made op riders any way they can. With cowboy bravado the fife-saving
Odessa.. l'- Mrs Frank Beatty and daughter and the schools win be back on clown tries to hide the danger: of his Job under his antics and ri .

Mr and MrS, i' !.. .... e of. .WarCross, .spent Sunday with regular, schedules 't'. r "' -..sffiy! props. .But.,\M foolishness of his costume Is betrayed by...
Visited Mr m.--M:::6ei"\ f,CvrlMnSunday. Mr' *ad Mrs BtHen fttichamn.Mkses and Mrs Leonard Stephen.YMr 4, .JI > \the baseball cleats for sure footedness.

Mrs Lffla Ct*** ;e.tutned Li-n.k... Marilyn Cox .and eight children of MsrUnna are See the Wg Rodeo at Branford on Saturday and Sunday.' March ,-'

home aMI" ',a wit w"Mk! pMtt the _westead rvrith.. Xr and !speedy the week ead here with. : WI ". 12 and 13. Show is at. 8 PM March 12 and. 2:30 on March 13. -
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THE E1tTERPBLSE.RECORDERMADISON. FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 11, 1960

Political ARBOsacexnenU FOR SCHOOL BOARD -FOR COUNTY JUDGE FOR COUNTY COWISStONERDISTRIcr

i DISTRICT TWOI .ONE
TUo&cla/ui. The regular county political announcements 'WATCH THE: E-R FORMac's
DEMOCRATIC VOTER
cost 110.00 and run respectfully announce that lEn TO THE I respectfully announce my candidacy -

until the election. They are to b< a candidate for School Board,, OF MADISON COUNTY: for re-election as Count]
respectfully announce that I ama District One foi FurnitureApp1nc'& '
I Commissioner in
THE AT Fit order
paid for with the insertion :District 2, Madison County, subject
candidate for re-election as to the Demo-
another term, subject
REPRESENTATIVEI ::1 to the May 1960 Democratic primaries. Judge of Madison Count *
FOR STATE County ]
Saturday, March 12 critic primaries May 1 have giver '
My greatest interest In oar to the Democrat
I Florida subject
that an service to Madison
DOUBLE FEATURE respectfullyanaouhce faithful and honest -
school system is for the best facilities .
I : in May 1960. I promise
BATTLE FLAME, starring Scott a candidate for State Representative : primaries County and will continue tt '
Madison County subject tt possible. Being a parent of you that if I am re-elected to thi FORMAL OPENING
Brady, Elaine! Stewart. Female ca from do so if re-elected. It has been a
children office I will
tea three in school gives continue -
the Democratic primaries in ) me important
lives of the Chinese( "Red TJ the people ,
1960. If ,you elect me to this position II much interest in our local: school to render the highest typ pleasure to serve good

story of brave American' BURel, I will serve all of '){.ltdfsorlCounty and I would appreciate the opportunity service to all of the people.I of .thIs county and I will eon' 1nue -
..trapped in a brutal prfoen eamp tu work In harmony' with'.he othei-
appreciate rot to
without will deeply
and your
uasettlsfaly to
'a company of U S Marines 1to serve you. I earnestly CI THE CIRCUIT COURT THIRD
'' I earnestly and support. Commissioners for what Is best foi '
> special favors rto-aJly De.
swore to get them oat alive. solicit: your support... In the coming JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
: solicit your-vote'and 'supp rt:: election Sincerely yours Madison County. Your vote and MADISON COUNTY.' FLORIDA.

KATHY O, In dnemaBoope aM Sincerely Sincerely CURTIS D. EARP support, *,will be greatly appreciated<<: ." m"-dt NCERY

f Eastman color, starring,Baa Doryf GEORGE W. JEWELL.JR. R. W. (BOB,) MILKER County Judgi Sincerely, General Electric Credit Corporation

:Jan "'Sterllnjr.! Tatty McConnaC WILBUR G. RUTHERFORr A Corporation Plaintiffvs 1:

Die family fun .film., 'She 'WM a FOR STAtE REPRESENTATIVE FORSCHOOL.BOARUDtsTJUcr FOR CO. SUPERINTENDENT

movie star in 'her t>wn. righto+ -at FOR CLERK OF THE. J A Cruce and his wife Mattie

a brat. She w w' the talk of, '*) I -respectfully announce that I MADISON COUNTY NO. 2 i I respectfully announce my;; CIRCUIT 'COURT F Cruce; United States of America, ; I

. 'town though only >nine years' old. am .a_ candidate, .for State Representative 7 bane aischarged FLORIDA duties to candidacy for re-election th I respectfully announce 'mY candidacy State of, Florida;. Wfcjenfeld,\Yare- .;
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my r
Cartoon. raubjectato fr Madison County,, the best. of. .toy abUtoei ia* an office of -Superintendent '\ofEiibliInstructionMadison for re-election to the office of house Company, a Corporation: and t
Democratic ptttnariei Clerk of the Circuit Court for B ft. W Acceptance Corporation, a
the Fieri.
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S.nday>Mond-y4 March 13, H honest progr'dslve..ae ecoeomka] County,
THE FRI STORY, In TechnlColfl In :May, l&a: If you elect D0 way. Our children's interests ad da. .. Madison County Florida, subject Corporation Defendants. r

starring Jan** Stewart, Vega 3ifaThe" this, position .I will serjexsVw betterment have always'been t per, It has been.i a real- pleasure tome to the Democratic primary to be NOTICE OF SALE:MORTGAGE BY CLERK FORECLOSURE

'fasdnatih* jprfory* of J h& lien honestlysoberly> and capably to I most In my mtrtd mn& 'etfdrts I to serve in this capacity for held May 3. 1960. If elected, I shall Notice Is hereby given pursuant

who made the FBL Grit PIRg hlJ. the best of my ability. I will greatly hereby solicit your vote sad supIt with continue to discharge the duties
I the past eight years working to a Final Decree of foreclosure
tory through the eyes of, a, ded' appreciate! your vote and sup.: In the for-May? I960 Democratic, you toward the improvement, of of this office to the best of my dated March 4. 1960, and entered la i
toted man and tbe'woman 'Who 1 primaries reelection as yosrSchool >
loved him.. You will'enjoy''sei port Board Member from :District educational\ .opportunities, ou ability,I shall be grateful for you Chancery( -Case No73, of the' ,Cir
Sincerely. vote and support. cuit. Court pf the Third Judicial{
'fiow-the 'f -Men were.. fcofn. ,Cartodij n. TIW&4 aSincerely. CoaAty. U reelected dos tUds )osi-
.*. ,4 *** I. .'0 A. L. .(fteester) Leggett Jr. tim I win coBto'ta< WOrk wit! Sincerely, Circuit In and' for Madison County.
'! Matth H,. 1. .c, LESLIE Florida wherein. General Electric(
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TuesdayW.daesd1 y RUSS DUGAN roar for the best !fat edacation. DALE M
',DOUBLE FEATUftC F$* COUNTY JUDGE 'Sincerely, Credit Corporation a corporation.
THE' WARftlOfc .'-M+D', THE FOR TAX COLLECTOR: ; FOR JUSTICE: OF THE PEACE felly :vathoriatd to-transact BusinessInotbA
SLAVE GIRL* In dnemaSoop I respectfully announce 'that 1 With b'umbte thinks Jtni appreciation Griffin Bishop, DISTRICT NO. 5 JStttB *f Florida' Is blaiatUf,

Eastman 'eotot, with,'an o t.&taMHlceast. 'Ices a ululate for County Judgeof for the pail support, and FOR TAX ASSESSOR MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA, .Inc 4r.Jt A Cntt4ad,hiswifai'Mattie

The':, .seree '..,(1 I' AM' ,' risen County, subject to the.I courtesies,' I resfectftgfer,t smvumrtmy ---- I respectfully announce ibat I am : V:Cruce; Unttadr States.o* America:
Democratic primaries ta May I960.K Justice of the-Peace! WIesenfeld Warehouse
might nag Iftoeame. Atimult: Mtyranny. d tcandidata for Sute.pfoFlorida;
candidacy' for reelection to I respectfully announce that :Jam'
all the
elected I will
serve
See the rb&e ,of IfoatH' District: No. 5, Madison County,, Company, a Corpora tion; and
of ability office :of ;:Madison' CctaUiy "Tax candidate for AssessaX '
t to the best a Tax
people my
/ xj arena-: wHh fairness to and i Collector sabjett to the May Pfimaries Madison County. Florida; subject
empires. \ J everyone in May, 1960. U elected, 1 Corporation .are defendants; I will
.pedal privilege to none. I will 1960. promise a continuation .to the Democratic primarie: will serve all the people fairly, wlr to'tie highest and Best bidder( ;

THE BIG BEAT in Eastman greatly appreciate your vote and of effort to render you the En May 1960. U elected to thl impartially and to the best of mability. > I for cash at the West front door

color, starring William Reynold' I support '' I best and roost courteous service position; I will discharge the dutie Your vote and support will i )f the Madison' 'County Courthouse
Andra Martin, Gogi Grant. 1be Sincerely ; be appreciated.Sincerely Iin Madison Madison County. Florida
best of greatly
sf the office to the mjibility
entertainment package that'smusical a EDWIN L. (EDDIE) FLOWERSFOR : possible.Cordially yours I at 11:00 o'clock a. m. on the
and
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and with fairness justIce -
treat for the whole ..ramUy.; I JAMES HARRELL 23rd day of March 1960, the following .
RcmancComedy'Music4 ,the SUPERVISOR OFREGISTRATION PAT MTLLINOR to all. I will greatly appred- described property in Madison

entertainers vouVe heard and talked FOR COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR rte your vote and support FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I County, Florida, as set forth in

about. The tempo-torrid story of Very sincerely yours DISTRICT FIVE wild Final Decree to-wit:

the guys and girls who make Amerl I respectfully announce that I am: HENRY DICKINSONFOR To the Democratic voters ol i Southeast Quarter of Northwest

Cfe's heart beat to their music. Cal a candidate for the office of Super-' I respectfully announce my eandi- Madison County: I wish to announce Quarter Northeast Quarter of

toon.ThursdayFKday. visor of Registration of Madison' lacy for re-election as County Tax COUNTY COMMISSIONER that I am a candidate for County Southwest Quarter and Northwest

Democratic Assessor for another term, subjectto Commissioner District Five, subject ;I Section -
March 17, 18 bounty subject to the : DISTRICT THREEI Quarter of Southeast Quarter.
DOUBLE FEATURE primaries in May 1960. I promise' the Democratic Primaries In f to the action of the Democratic 5; East Half of 'Southeast

THE LEGEND OF TOM DOC iciest conscientious and courteous May. I promise honest and faithful primaries In May. If elected I Quarter. Section 6; South Half ofSoutheast
candl-!
LEY, starring Michael Landon J 0 tervice: to all if you elect me to ten-ice to all as in the past, always I respectfully announce my Com- pledge to support Madison County Quarter and Southeast
this office. I solicit lacy for re-election as County and the people therein as a wholeto Southwest Quarter Section -
Morrow. The true story of Tom earnestly your being mindful of the trust the Quarter of
and nissioner for another term, subject the best of knowledge and 1 South
rote support. my 7 All in Township
hunted for ;
and
Dooley, the Southerner, office> holds. Your vote support
a crime he never wanted to commit Sincerely, ail! be : to the Desnocratk primaries irHay. ability. I earnestly solicit your vote Range 9 East containing appro'd-
W. B. (BAILEY,) WYNN appreciated. ) ThanX you for the privilege and support for which I will always nately 320 acres more or less.
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THE SON OF ROBIN HOOD Smcerely 0"ii serving you during the Past be most grateful ALSO: West Half of Northeast

In cinemaScope and DeLuxe color' FOR SUPERVISOR ,OF ANGUS H ARMSTRONG )gars It is my sincere wish you CARY PHILLIPS- Juarter Southeast Quarter of

starring David Farrar, June Lavcrick. Northeast Quarter and Southeast
REGISTRATIONs FOR SHERIFF e-elect me, so I can continue tc PRICE SUPPORTS '
Did Robin Hood mil; foi national average price Juarter; of Northwest Quarter Seckm -
tetve you. I am most grateful Minimum .
leave a son to carry on hIs Dear friends and'eU -cltl en to information 27; South Half of Section 29
.name!. New heights"t>f adventure'' u of Madison,County r I.want to--than] I respectfully announce',my candidacy your confidence, and assure you support rates according Chas. F. Sims ASC and all North of State Road of
Sheriff released by
for re-election as of will continue to aU
hat I serve and
32.
Sherwood Forest rings, ftfftfn wit each of for vote and will be $1.83 he West Half of Section
your support
you office
manager
Madison County Florida subject to In county
of Madison County Northast
the Derring.Do of Route Hood' he people the:Northeast Quarter of the -
and wonderful for soybeans; 50 cents
in bushel
your cooperation the Democratic primaries May.It honest efficient and courteous pgr ,Section 25 Town-
us
Carton Quartergof
merry men. while serving as your Reglitration has been a privilege and" pie** per bushel for oats; |L32 per cwt: "%
harmer as ahoy Your vote and hip iVSouth, Range 8 East, con-
BIRTHDAY PARTY officer. I have endeavored< sore to serve you in the put Thanksfor for grain sorghum} and $38 per less.
will be greatly appreciatedSincerely ainlng 680 acres more or
with honor. import for cottonseed. The minimum
the
entrusting me ton :.
at all times to-give ypu honest Dated this 7th day of March,
Cindy Gibson celebrated her efficient and courteous--serY1ee. Oi If re-elected I win endeavor to Rational average support price for
1960.
D.
eighth birthday with a party Friday; : give honest and efficient law enforcement CROVER C CONE com will be $1.06 per bushel down A. Clerk of the
this record I earnestly solicit you; DALE M. LESLIE
and
afternoon enjoyed with twenty girl i to the best pf my ability. 6 cents a bushel from 1959. *
and. in the 1960 Ma CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE5th Circuit Court.
friends invited to her home. He' vote support ] I earnestly solicit your vote and for' peanuts 201.24 per ton. whichIs

mother Mrs Julian Gibson and i I' primary elections for re-electioi support in the coming election. DISTRICT 7.74 per ton higher than for (SEAL)

Mrs Bob Browning of Tails for Supervisor of Registration. Sincerely yours MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA 1959. FAMILY NIGHT SUPPER

hassee, assisted with entertaininj : Sincerely, S. H. MOORE. Methodist Family Night last

the guests. Lisa Browning, of Tallahassee ARTHUR E RAGANS I respectfully announce my candle in Fellowship
evening
FOR TAX COLLECTOR harsday ;
; the honoree's cousin wa, MMMBM M MMI M H Mi MMi M] for re-election as Constable
cy LATEST HIT ,
I respectfully announce that I am Hall[; was attended by about one-
an out-of-town guest The lovely; FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT DIstrict S, Madison County, (Green
candidate the office of Tax A
a for undrer adults and children.
white birthday cake} was topped: r Florida. If re-elected I win
ille)
subject
with eight blue candles and favor THREE Collector of Madison County, RECORDS at--- bountiful covered dish menu con-
the people of Disrfet -
to
continue
: Democratic hi give
the primaries
were novelty umbrellas. Ice cream to sting of chicken,,, ham salads,
May 1960. If elected to this office ti 5 the same fair and impartial
candy and cake were served. CIndy;; I respectfully announce that I an ilcken pilau, sandwiches cakeand
I shall in return serve courageously I have in the
i you law enforcement as
received lovely gifts. candidate for CommIssioner buffet
many a County: Smith DrugStore coffee was served
and fairly by rendering the tast Your vote In the forth coming
District 3, Madison County,, In
style.: The evening was spent
senice. With profound
best possible
Primaries will be greatly
)lay ap-
FUu subject to the Democratic
appreciation and friendliness to all, roup singing led by misical director :-
1 Received!
Just primaries in May, 1960. I have rccUted.
I humbly solicit your vote and > Robert Kennedy and folk
lived all my life In District 3., ALBERT 0 SISTRUNK

have fanned all life and an supportJ. imes.QuietTest .
Lawn ,
: Carload of Power my L (EKE) 'I1t TTO. Constable
familiar with the needs and problems -
Mowers. See us for the of our district and county. U

Pre-season Prices ycu eJect me your Commissioner,, ..
I will cooperate with the other .". .. .'

AUTO Commissioners for the best In- ,C' a'
WESTERN ,
terests of Madison County. 1 'ffi

earnestly'solicit your vote and support .

and promise fair and equal ir /
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 3nJ /vI w : r
treatment for everybody. TTi
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA Very sincerely yours, 4' ir:
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IN IN AND CHANCERY FOR MADISON COUNTY'. WILBURN T. DAVIS. .'


Alexander Hodge, Plaintiff FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER..

vs. ,
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Essie May Jackson Hodge. Defendant -

TO: Essie May Jackson lodge, 189 DISTRICT THREE -' ..

Seamon Street, New Brunswick New I respectfully announce that: I .

Jersey. un a candidate for County Cannissloner *

i DIVORCE of Madison County,

i You are hereby notified that a District, Three, subject to "the ;t :! ,
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has prfnaries S >w a y 1i' 7oS
action of the Democratic -
been filed, against you. and you are I Itt'Qubed in :May. I promise faithful, ,.... -

to serve a copy of your : p
xmsdentious service If you choose : -_
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of :
the -Plaintiffs Attorney ne for this important office andL -- '
complaint on .
R E Cowart whose addressIs L L earnestly .solicit .your vote and ii, s

Madison Florida and file the support, for which I shaD ever be S

original answer or Pleading In the grateful., : 2w'
,
office of thfr Clerk of ,the Circuit Sincerely

Court in and for Madison County. LAMAR ANDREWS ,
Florida on or before the 26th day of Y.a< esa reaDy &.. tb* JiAVrcac hi UM

A. D. I960. If you fall FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ae.l Old t.r'60h Hewf<< tbe ragfetfc
March
Coafeaeo will 1 r..4.r..od try ft U *n *p *d..Old. p
Pro -
do sol: Decree
to be entered,against you for the relief I DISTRICT FIVE the Quietest DOT mbil qvlfcr*4 asatbsadn.rr mumnen acUcroMBU...*k 9.kttr.t inraxi

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demanded in the Bill of Complaint I I respectfully announce, that 1' '-' : cMrfrL I,',the. ly ear wftb Yifcr

The Enterprisi-'Becerier b hereby .i un a candidate for the office of o ..rtit.. rott**+ limed..., ....atinc dad ...k 0.p.loci- "

designated the newspaper la: bounty Commissioner' District 5, .. .... PCr- .yU..Icrrt i .l*tk L..ibtrt

which said order shall to published: of Madison County, subject to the read y&u knew/ .-.a..trer rile Eves iu agar M lira*'arc I a
for four consecutive: ipdcur. k at dcakt'tt
once a week femocraUc: primaries: in May 1960. .4 ;... gar" .-

wef"b.Witness my hand and official seal I 1: promise honest coasdentious and .CN. e"e. STI,. .lIiO' AM OLDS AT TOUR LOCAL AUTMOHUIO. QUALITT DIALIITSIGANTEY

this 24th day February. A.. D. Burteous service to the best of my t rf

1960. .. : ability to aU if yon elect me- to t- ; -

DALE H. LESLIE. Cleric Or- his office. I earnestly solicit y.'a MOTOR COMPANY BASE AND WASINGTON. STS. .7,'
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GREENVILLE GIRLS WIN

: t. STATE CHAMPIONSHIP I
'TIIe'NliCk' 'i ., # ___ LATEST HIT 1<<
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For'the second consecutive- year I

the Girls Basketball Teen of RECOR.DSat. 1 j :
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; La Vein'sBeauty i Greenville Training School walked
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di. away with State Championship
.. .',,: bonus. 'The team, coached by Edith
: Pearl Daniels, thrilled thousands of Smith Drugj

1 I t : Shop 1.15 t L. T spectatorS.' in'Marianna last Satur- ,
.. : A
: \ School of Ocala' 54133.

_. : ... ,. With the Unique combination of .. -.

: -:: Opening.4 ".Y.. .".. ...'.#.7'''. plays 'by forwards Margaret Ford. I I
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< .t f' Pauline Washington; Minnie. Cru- ACREAGE
_* v & .
F mity Geneva Smith Josephine "RELEASE" DATE NEARS

.... ..t.'f>',. At LeeiFleri .. .- ... ... -wJ": I j, 'V.-, '".' : .+J Hampton, and Margaret"Taylor and I Cotton growers were reminded
: : I" '-'. the '.switch-zone defense of guards t today of the importance .of either
.... Rutha Jean I r using or releasing their cotton allotments -
., LOCATED ON' U. S. 'NO. 90 HIGHWAY n Williams, Homer James I
II i this year in order to prevent
"" Mary A Ford. Dorothy Washington 1

,- 'Ftr. Appoaiteerts PjueIRJ,361O'Mrs. ::: -. ''. .' \ ""'i demons.F1onVashington.Coach"Daniels,,and and Edith her I I The reduced deadline allotments for releasing for future upland years.

Please Jet me thank you for returning' me to CongresTrithout'opposiUon. team collected three Champion cotton farm allotments- In Florida Is
.
April 1.According
taVern Register Mrs. 'Mary Vickers With humility and deep appreciationI ships" this season: Tri-State held to John Cone Chairman

,promise, to continue.the'same devoted service that I have in Lake. City.. District held in County Agricultural Stabilization -
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OWNER-OPERATOR SENIOR OPERATOR tned.a to glee you in the past. Tallahassee and State held in and Conservation Committee
,. Marianna. the 1961 cotton allotment for a farm

Sincerely, In; ',.regular season play Margaret will be reduced if certain conditions .
LET US ELEcr.Edwin in 1960. So farmer
are not met a
j' r( ,. 'k. Ford averaged 28 points per game
; ..' >> -<< D R BILLY '
I. ft :>0\ >t' "' ( ) MATTHEWSMEMBER 0 19 while who knows that he will not plant at \
L. (Eddie) Flowers: in Tournament play; she least 75 percent of his farm's cot-
... OF CONGRESS 8th DISTRICL averaged 30 points, per game.
GO BY KELLY'S ; .., tot allotment in 1960 can help him-
FOR COUNTY JUDGE 1" "" For 'the second consecutive season self and also other cotton farmers

FOR YOUR WATCH REPAIRING .(Paid political advertisement. Authorized by campaign treasurer re )., Margaret Ford;Pauline Wash by releasing his allotment before
(Paid Political Advt) FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER SUPERVISOR OF ington and Rutha-Williams made the deadline. This will assure him
Courteous Service REGISTRATIONI "/ .State" 6 -All-District players.A as'well as.theiconnty-\ State of
DISTRICT FIVE
Outstanding Values 7. Late Tt Cltsitfy"FOR respectfully announce that I history acreage for future allot
banquet In honor of the teams :
Come in,, and .See U* v ...... am a candidate: for Supervisor of ments.
KELLY'S REPAIR *HOP I respectfully: announce that 1 am Registration of Madison County, and coaches will' be held In' the
MADISON SALE: Two bedroom modern a candidate for reelection to the Fla, subject to the Democratic primaries school cafeteria.

..... ,. borne on two lots 100 x 150 ft Board of County Commissioners in May, I960. I promise DISTRICT MEETING *
"';e" "' -I Located on Cantey Road 1 mi.: District 5, Madison County Fk.:. faithful, conscientious service U Ber Paul Touchton has been ill The District Meeting of Methodist -
couth Madison. $2500.()()' MRS.i subject to the Democratic pri you with flu friends regret to learn. I WSCS will be held at CentenarY -
SPEAKfr AT METHODIST CHURCH LOUISE PULLIAM Phone HU marie 1st May. I appreciate the choose me for this important office Church, Quincy next Tuesday,
36428. '" .;zs.lt.pd courtesies and confidence yon have and I earnestly solicit your Vote March 14, is announced by Mrs J
Earl R Payne, Professor of English given me in the past, and if reelected and support for which I shall ever WiiingandRepairBryan / B Davis. Dist Pres., who will preside -
at North Florida Junior College FOR RENT: bedroom upstairs I wfll continue to serve be grateful. over the all-day program. Mrs
talked to a Mission Study group at furnished apartment and two- you to the best of...my ability. Sincerely,. Electric Co. H V Weems Conference president
the Methodist church In Madison bedroom unfurnished apartment Sincerely, MRS' LUCY GARDNER I! will be the guest speaker.
'l\larch 2.Appmximately. MRS-J J NEWMAN HU 32523. COUEMAN: RICHARDSON - ---. ._ .

35 people heard 28-tf-ch ri SHOP ATTHEMAYSHOP FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE n -

Prof. Payne speak on Cooperationin i FOR RENT One five-room house DIST 5, MADISON COUNTY, FLAI '", ,{(: ;I. ----v--.
Medical of this ......... .
Missions. Purpose
to I with car port, all modern conveniences I mm__..___._ -' ._ _m'-_ _.."_,___ _-_ _. .
meeting, according Payne, was
!. and six acres of land. At I respectfully announce my candidacy
to national show cooperation the trend of in interdenomi the medical Cherry Lake, on Prairie Road Shoes for tk CiUrenPofifcalMes for re-election as Justice of THE COMPACT CAR WITH V-8 GO!

missionary field. :.,.. Box 112. Apply.MRS JOSEPH the Peace. District 5. Madison
DEMBINSKL 28-lt-ch County, Fla, subject to the Democratic -

Giant Jum :\,Hamburgers in FOR- RENT: Three-room downstairs primaries' in May I960. If reelected New Rambler Rebel

6-in bun 40c.WHITE .. private apartment, furnished I will continue to serve the __
and private entrance. MRS. people courteously.> fairly, and "Itnj
TOB DRIVE-IN KIRBY REICHMANN. Phone HU Political rallies scheduled by the partially to the best of my abUty., t

John Gardner":visited friends( 36262. ..- .',.28-tt-ch,Madison County Democratic Execu I[ will greatly appreciate yOur Tote

the University of|Florida over att FOR RENT: Two house Trailers. live Committee are as follows: and support. -:. r .,

week end, where be was a guest RODGERS TRAILER. SALES, Sirmans, March 31. r Sincerelyv t .ti
,. of fraternity' brothers at the K. A. HU 3-6565 28-tf-ch ,Cherry Lake, April 7. A L (ROOST.ERt LEGGETT. SR.
house. He. left here Monday for PJnetta, April 14. '
Jacksonville, where he win reside. HELP WANTED:,Ambitious young Lee April 21. FOR SCHOOL BOARD i 1
man between the ages of 18 and 2 K
25 must be High School graduate: Greenville, April 23. DISTRICT FOUR ..
: T rmit 'SwlI.? Preferred that military service be Madison, April 30. t
complete. If interested In position All rallies are at 7:15 p m, except I respectfully announce my candidacy -
CALL for re-election the
School
with Southeastern .Telephone the Madison rally which Is to Get the V-8 performance you
Company In Madison contact Mr. Board from District .c, Madison want plus the feature
Bw.rke'EermitgCo. at 2:00 p m. Preceding the rallies, compact car -
I. County. Florida, subject to the I
HUGH CURRY Telephone Co. *you need In the 60 Rambler
Madison Fla. 28-t-ch various organizations will have refreshments Democratic primaries May I960.t RebeL Room for six .rooten on
for sale. : .i t' have linn conscientious serviceIn an easy-to-park, 108-inch() wheel-
.. (28-7t) the long-term interest of education base. Exclusive Personalized
Phone '293-J 'Perry, Florida and welfare of the people of Comfort: individually adjustable
front seats. Improved fuel econ Q
tills county. If re-elected. I shall
WANTS HOME PAPER LATEST HIT J' omy. Drive the exciting 200 HP
Fire Tuesday night destroyed theJ
continue to give such service. It Is'with Rambler Rebel V-8 215 HP
n
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March 4th I960 H Harvey supermarket In downtown deep appreciation for the Tower Pack"also available.

Please send Enterprise Recorder, RECORDS at Valdosta inflicting damage courtesies and friendliness that you .AOCMMtC AMCMCM Mores .
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for length of time one dollar will estimated as high as a quarter the people have given me that I .. i

pay for. million dollars. seek re-election to this office. Your .... .... 'I!
I expect to be here only a' few Smith DrugStore CERTIFIED EMPIRE vote and support: will be deeply ap- "-

weeks but want to receive'my predated.

home. paper Yours during that time. COTTONSEED 'v.Sincerely!L (BILLY) BAILEY JR. .. 'f': '
Truly
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Thetis D BaileyHattiesburg 0 at Mrs Robert Lay and three children CHECK WITH
Miss and Mrs Anita Lay Hudson M
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EDGAR FAIRCLOTH
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J. C. BURNETTE spent the week end in Blackshear.
GOODYEAU TIRES
Dr and Mrs Julian DuRant went Ga, visiting Mrs Lay's parents Mrand .
JIM'S BAY STATION 1 to Columbia. S C this week called k .' Mrs D J Harrison They wentto S VICKERS IMPLEMENT COMPANY
there by the serious illness of Mrs <&* .CtKtMl Gin r be present at -the 83U birthday .
U. S. 90 EAST MADISON DuRant's sister Mrs Allen Mustard, celebration of Mrs Lay's grand* YOUR RAMBLER-CMC DEALER
who underwent surgery' at a bospltal' ... :MADISON' FLA. mother. Mrs JV Harrison. .MADISON FLORIDA
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CAR WRECK Wednesday afternoon ..
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there. She was improving -- ----
Mrs Gladys Margarette Martin when the DuRanU left Wednesday 1
It of Greenville stopped her'caron 1r
SR 221 two-tenths of a mile oe C"O!

north of Greenville and was bumped KEEP UP WITH POLITICS
: r by a car driven by Mrs Magdelene IN THE E-R GENERALfpELECTRIC I -
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; Taylor Holloway of Monticello. :
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Damage was slight to each car. .
Trooper Joe Peavy reported no Mrs W H Flick and daughter
i: ease was made. Phillis of Miami were weekend

guests of Mrs P J Parramore and QUALITY AT A BUDGET PRICE! .

: : RadiaterRepairg Hiss PhillU Parramore. Mrs Parra- t. ,
t r- more accompanied her daughter : I l
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Judge Curtis Earp was quali- local hospital' Saturday afternoon I MR. FARMER
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:fled by 8 years of experience'i TIE MAY SHOPSjnf with I an affection In the heart rrdoa- ". 1n.: !L -EddTe) Flowers

in the Administration of Law I : < ::; FOR. COmJUDGE \ ,'\.
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before he ever became 'County S; rtsweir Paid Political \Advt) .. '. ii 4 \

Judge. For the best interest of For Ladies. Ud Cnlidreri& Diylifk Dqwrtactt t MOTHER OF FORMER. "" :

Y.our county, help keep. a qualified ___._ r .. bAY RESIDENT DIES i ". :. :: "

man in your CountyJudge's MAC'S MOVES INTO CENTERT Store ,.1, Mri_Ranch Eva Lute Werzin, s& .
frETZEft SHOPPING It died .Feb.,21 In Jacksonville, where J
office iyy Voting' F rand We, Mac's Furniture *nd Appliance she had lired the GARDEN SEED$ FEEDS: :
Reelecting Company have Jiurt-ed Into is sdUoc all merchandise from Funeral put four years* r 4 ?. ..; ; 'r
I jterrices and terfal:: were ..,
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'the Setzer Shopping Center, into:' R. JIICKLER'S at held :ln Chattanooga; eau, where CQKER'S( SEED CORN: 1'. FERTILIZER' :'., 'r'.
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| Cm R Ear, '- the ..store formerly occupied toy tree she.: had. lined prior to- moving to .

JUDGED 'Madison' Home Center., ,' j_i I / Jocfcsdnvflje. Among her survivors FUNK'S SEED CORN ?A TOBACCO BED :', .1
We'ant to thank our friends HALFPCE-
YOUR COUNTY
U: a dtrochtcr. Mrs \V1Ha Lu Jones ..'
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the old location and Invite to ,-
you OUR OWN STOCK OF at :thy, ... :
Ii Ii i+A : r us at the store.MAC'S r YOUR
come see new .< .* t 'PLACE ORDER FOR' LIQUID NITROGEN EARL
FURNITURE & APPLIANCE 4
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COMPANY. 28-it-ch Sweaters and JacketsARE ; LETTER FROM HOME | .
*Miami Fla. March 4. 1960 FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE

RECORDS ,BIRTHDAY PARTY REDUCED 1/3 ::.Inclosed' is a check for one year ,
for the E R. I enjoy reading it so
Phone IUJ 3-2269
J..lacon'Toml1nson, son of Mr and Madison Fla-
Mrs John P Tomlinson, observed his You can now buy clothing you much. It Is like a long letter from .
RECORDS soma
eighth birthday: with a party Saturday want atTremendous Thank you BAPTIST SPEAKERS Mrs W P Knight of Americust

afternoon at his home. Ten JULIA'.DeV ANE. TOURNAMENT BIBLE DRILL Ga, spent the weekend here with
RECORDS young friends were invited to celebrate -
Mrs R C Horn .
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."s the occasion with Macon. Mrs Sayings CERTIFIED EMPIRE The middle Florida Associational r -
.A': Tomlinson and his sisters assisted
r iisft your One-Stop "Pop's r with entertaining. Hot chocolate, See us for better values v COTTONSEED Speakers' Tournament and Sword 0

and LP Record Shop .today '. candies cakes and marshmallow Drill will be held at Cherry Lake WE ARE HEADQUARTERS

were served.! Macon received many. at BaptistChurch, Monday night,
DAYLIGHT
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it nice gifts.Mr March 14th, at 7:3Q o'clock. EveryOne FOR MAJR( AP
Wile :: -I welcome. -
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: .. J. C. BURNmE'c.u..Gin
T L Fraleigh and daughter DEPARTMENT STORE

; Ree... StIit Betty spent the week end in 'Quincy.Seder's MADISON FLA. Candidates-Strew your name PLIANCES.(; WESTERN ,..

1 Ckwc Fkli oil around the county with E-R AUTO.r

1I 404 N ,E Hancock St -. I I h- :" MADISON, FLA. campaign cards, posters, cir-

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GROUND BREAKING FOR "' '
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NEW PARSONAGE
Ground breaking for the new GIBSON :. i
GAY goes places .
Methodist parsonage was held Sun- r.. \ : r r F.
day noon following a preliminary t t 0
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service I ift the church. "
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The ceremony opened with prayer Summer is a trip around the world .. a jet to Paris .. 0t"
by Fred Mickler, followed by the '
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singing of "The Church's One '. a jaunt to New York or a hammock m your own I-. \ f ,. '

Foundation" by the group. Mr '
Touchton made a brJef talk on. the backyard. Choose your Carefree summer wardrobe \-1"

significance of the occasion and \!
r'- dresses all with cooling *- .
introduced the builder and contractor 0 I from these six way r .
Mr Noah E Pepper. The building ; 0
,I' .. .in delightful fabrics and colors. j ... 0 :
will be located tm the site of ," '" '
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the old parsonage, comer of Meeting "It.'j ;. .
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and Macon streets. :.f.' 6' "t

The pastor ,read excerpts from : '
Psalm 127, "Excepi'"th"Lord build ....* ( 0_ ,

.the house they labour }n vain: thai : ::1 ,#i..-.'. \ f.4a A -

build it: except the Lord keep 'the .,, ..
city, the watchman waketh but in I & .

Vain" after which he turned the t ..
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first shovel -ol ground. : ,. .: ;
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Sharing in the Ground-breaking .,

were It..C Dickinson, proxy for : J
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Dickinson, member
Miss Whittle a t"

since 1887, and various members of :!" '\

the official boards and organiza. ., .

tions, Including Griffin Bishop, ,'"' ,
John Waring, Mrs Howard Stud- ; ;
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still. J B Davis Sr Burch Cornelius, ,/ < / t )
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Miss Nancy Hamilton Miss Char-
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lann Potters Miss Sandra Grims- I "

ley, Mrs J B Davis Sr. C P Kelly, 1. b. ..
James Sale, Bill ,Wimberly 'Mrs : :" "'; ,.
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J L Wyche, Sen W T Davis, Carl .: ? *,..... ,",c.. $14. .95 :
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Swell and Joe McCain, Til den

Norris, Mrs J B Hardee, Robert A .
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Kennedy, Elizabeth Smith, and Mrs '
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Milton Cave, newest member of .
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Matheny made the closing prayer.: .
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MRS R C DUCAN DIES 0
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Mrs R C Dugan, mother of Mr ,, 1 }{

R R Dugan of Cherry Lake died .. ,* Phone'J!

Saturday: at her home in St Petersburg .;..., j ,, !
I Fla, -after an extended ill 43 w l I i

ness. Services were held there ,at M1) p .
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.2pm Monday. ." e
Survivors include two sons R R .. 0
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Dugan, Cherry Lake, and Auldon !
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B Dugan of St Petersburg; one $4t: ''yr

1 daughter, Mrs Miriam Von"Va1kln- :

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berg of St :Petersburg grandchH

f dren and great grandchildren. ':,....:t,<.-. r'1.1! ; ',, ? I
Mr and Mrs Dugan went to St j"1\ 1 ,

; Petersburg to attend the funeral. o )!
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'. THE ENTERPRTSEJIECORDER: MADISON, FLORIDA _...-. .__ __ ._-=- .u'
: WOMEN'S 'SOCIETY r n.wnY, MARCUMI.. 1960
METHODIST


A program -on" stewardship was 4znf Brought To You Weekly By I
given :Monday afternoon at the FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK : COBLE'S

'meeting of the Methodist Woman's

Society held In Fellowship Hall. ; OVL' FOR .4UJj" Howard StadstflT
;Mrs J B Davis presented UK PrOgram : 6oft; ( C $

and was assisted ''with discussions ,. 'HAPPYAFLOAT .
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by....Mrs, :Turner Mrs L C Glass/and. Mrs.. iaaau. .; I1"'IJIt. '7iMf .' : Iumber.Co. .. .
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JDUSlc.Sale Mrs fwlT t'tr' ?',; .Coody- .' l.f t" ;.f.........t,.M I.: -- ,. .1 'T'AKf., ALOHt; fJ \
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Mrs .Howard Studstill 'president, ///: ,' : Jim Brinson.; of Madison, da( ,' you
conducted the business program .- .
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when delegates were named to attend tiiJITEMS O ___ read the Fishermans. Calender..'
the annual conference of tht f .' f '

WSCS In Miami, in April, Mrs A LIFE \ ,,; .. ,- srrtPRESERVER :

Studstill and Mrs J C *3urnet1 ,,. A-rOeEA .+ ; .; DETERS -, .'-' ',, '
were the delegates .named '' ,<-
Mrs J B Davis, Dist{Pres 6 I. ." (i A'i/A1ER'r i l! O l1'-FISHERMAN'S: GLFt4pARf :

WSCS announced, the District f J .. : 'fOItHlWBJCMAIOI 131HRU Munai 20

meeting to.be. _held, in, Quincy; .
Thursday, and 'extended an' 1I VIS ( AM ANCHOR av EAR PINS.: 0 'S1PE 7fw t.d. Day. 'i.W WMW iiL Mw
tation all attend. 'CIJTf
to to
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MRS STUDSTILL GETS } SUN MON4TISlE WED THU FRI SAT SUN .
JEWELED MEMBERSHIP PIN ,; A FLASHLIGHT' 13 1 I. I 16 ,I 17" I 18 I 19 I 20"
witha -. )e. JI 2J::
Mrs Studstill /Jf
pearl Jeweled was honorary presented Ute : i ,Q I.,(j KEYSR 1US 334 2:4. 3:36:30- 6:266:!3 ::n
gat AM AH AM AM A.\t AM AM
to the Methodist
membership pin f SPARK _
Woman's Society of Christian Service r / SOME ocker
PLUG EXTRA the
FIshBetta.
"'" D 'for FishLi '
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by the Audrey Newman Qrle. WRENCH SPAR PLUGS '" WIRE ) / ', i: ;;: 7 I' .
< Mrs H D Roberts, secretary or

the-; Circle. made the presentation. C 3.J: ,.. EXTRA SUPPLY :
The lovely ,pin centered, with a OF FUEL. -, < HOWARD STUDSTILLLU11BER =
pearl had the letter -H, for, hjaaorary < ,. \; I fJ j

attached by a gold .chain. FLORIDA GAME AND FRESH WAtER FISH: 'CO IwUS'OJ.I ,1.

Thepin .repre enta _the gift, .,or COMPANY
100.00 ; ; :. .
$ ,{to themissionaryVcause. i
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Xff and bin S L Rrrtthorc lot -
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Gainesville were weekend ,isitoia -

here ? ._,._ ___ SHERIFF'S. SALE FRG REPORTS ANOTHER .
'| -x- / :.....;..:...;.- I YEAR 'OFGROWTH' -GlrKODRT- revoked, IL I..carle., $25 .bond driY1n estrea'ted.Rosa -wb1Je. license Mrs S K Wiatt and two children,

Mr and Mrs Rauden Days: and Notice Is hereby given that pur Lee Thomas and Wayne, of Cherry
Clark
daughter, {and Mr and *MjsMlltonCave stunt to a Writ of Execution on drunkenness. $25 Lake, left Wednesday for
bond visit
a
Another of (past several weeks) estreated. r
Judgment for Money, Issued out of year outstanding growth
into"member
at her
received former

were home
the Circuit Court in and for Alachua for Florida! Power Corporation Clifford Jordan.,red ess driving, A Q Lyons Jr. unlawful parking. in Charleston
ship of the First Methodist Church th 31 25 fine suspended on highway. $25 bond estreated. and Manning, S C They
County, Florida, dated December):9, "
Sunday. ; A. D. 1957, in the cause wherein revealed Iri the UUltty''1959 arm nisi good .behavior. Curtis B lto1Jow driving while be there ten days or two weeks.
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BalM Hardware Company is 'report, which was released to stock I Harlec Randell drunkenness $25 intoxicated' ..;SI00 bond estreated.
M MMHHI KMPMMMMMMVWMMHMVi plaintiff and II H. Henderson Is holders thiseek, according toV bond entreated.James Tom McNealy, violation of drivinf Let muffler and tailpipe
RCA '. APPROVED. defendant, I, Simmie IL Moore. R Pressley, FPC district manager Ola Neely, drunkenness, -! restrictions $20 fine. I
Sheriff, Madison County, Florida here.During $2? bond estreated. -imp Johnson drunkenness $35
RODEOSAT.SUN. have levied'upon all right, title and 1959 Florida Power spent Minnie Brown drunkenness. $25 bond estreated. experts, check your
529.070,000 In its bond estreated.
: Interest of the above. named de-) construction pro-
fcndant, In and to the following gram for new generating plant, Freddie Delaughter, drunkenness, Hardy Cambric, driving while intoxicated exhaust system free!
described 'property, taken Into custody transmission and distribution lines, .'$23 bond estreated. I $100 fine or, sixty days.
and related -- - -
by virtue of this writ .as therein facilities Pressley said. -
MARCH 12 13BRANFOIA. commanded, and will offer for Also during the year, an increase of; Muffler and tail pipe-

; .. sale the following described property 20,404 customers brought the company's FOX BIGGS PROFITS} .
to wit: annual average up to 281.716; installed for
j. : One (1) GMC Pickup. Truck customers. Operating "revenue for .SH YOUR vim J '" only
atIA Serial No. 101PY9106, and that, on the yearf.61.999,3G6.. : ::
the 4th day.of April A. D. 1900,i One of the highlights jot1959 u *HITRCGSN DEALER./'M|v4iL I9c-
; lilt the west front door of! emphasized In the reports ass the c. j
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.; 1 the :Madison County Courthpuie In Ecmpletion of the natural gas pipeline ..r.sFARMERS'
I the Qty of Madison- Florida, between to the state. Florida Power a
t +w.
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TIME OF SHOWS ?
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the legal hours'''. of sale,' to. Corporation is one of the largest +roarc
8:00'PDSON ) ARTfz wit: 11:00 o'clock In the forenoonand users of natural gas and was instrumental MUTUAL .... I .
'2:00 o'clock in the afternoon, in bringing it to Florida, EXCHANGE '
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2:30 PM ON :MART 13 "
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I will offer for sale the same at I not only for its own plants, but k In 00UI1i Madison Fla. I
public outcry to the highest bidder I also to provide a much-needed additional ......e LUlWU r I
Parade Brarfird or bidders for CASH, the proceeds I source of fuel for industrial
to be applied as far as may be to i Florida "according to Pressley. At
all costs to satisfy present FPC uses natural gas as a
the of

,SAT., March 12, 5 PM the SIMMIE above payment described H. MOORE Execution., Sheriff, I atjng fuel In plants six of its seven, major gener- GROW; CORN GROW n

--- Madison County, Florida 28-4t-ch An interesting feature of the ,

Produced cY .SUM... report It the Ten Year Review" WITH THE SOUTH'S OWN LOW-COST DOUBLE BARRELED DIXIE NITROGEN
which shows dramatic Increases
FOYE REYNOLDS ....'
... during, the past decade.
Sponsored bySUWANNEE Mndison. County has the j Greatest increase during the 10year -

RIVER reputation of having: a good 1; period. Pressley said was the .
RIDING CLUBEVENTS County Court. Keep this good 555 per cent Increase in the amountof I J
taxes the utility Last
pays
year
%- :: reputation by Voting?Tor and Florida Tower Corn-ration paid .;
\ 1r...- ectlng a man that has 5H64Z390 in Federal, state and

BULLDOGGING ..... himself qualified in local taxes,, compared to &236.133in
proven
BRONC*;:* ** 1949. During the same period
d SADDLE every respect for the many homes served by FPC have more q 4

; BAREBACK BRONC "':" legal duties of this important than doubled the. amount. of electricity
used. In 1949 the average
r 0 CALF ROPING : office. I home used 1,931 kilowatt hours
e BULL RIDINGCLOVERLEAF VOTE FOR while in 1959. the average was
4.137 kwh for an increase of 114 M
Curtis D. Earp per at nt. ,
Other increases for the 10
'" Added Prize Money $500 COUNTY JUDGE
)'N '8ere: average number of "
(Paid Political Adv't) cuftomers, 13S per cent; number
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of employees 87 per cent: ; genera ."
ating. capability. 331 per cent; Investment .. a .rs.
in electric plant, 367 percent tiL
SPRits N SALE ; and operating revenue2&4. .
: percent ) ..... ",--...._r .
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NUTRITION SCH&'OL It! J ,

fl9: The second -session-Slay Young DOUBLE BARRELED J then w I
: For Life Series-being held at the
County Agricultural Center Friday put Qt}uEN
evening March llth. at 8:00 o*. fEfl .
clock will feature Mrs Lucy Tok- ., .
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-' SEE US FOR RED BLISS SEED IRISH POTATOESGA. helm Director School cafeteria Food Service Tallahas University CORN GROWING ;

"."" .yr., -it... GA. RED SEED SWEET POTATOES see. She will discuss ideas for Low r "i
'T A
Calorie Cookery. TO BIGGEST YIELDS AND PROFITS FOR YOU I "
SpIit's &: MclWr'S HykidSeedCwnCbarlestMi After last week's session whenwe ,..
I r- ;;' learned that 200 extra calories
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DIXIE IS DOUBLE BARRELED
per day above the ood/s need .
: : Grey & Cage Wateraefen Seed equal 10 pounds per year, we win ; "' 1:'(
,... be particularly Interested in this BARREL #f: STARTS BARREL |2: KEEPS CORK {.- .
FAST C ntaitw M.*100%Nicmm.'iG.' with stilt another DIXIE'*BMT FOR
TRY SOME OFXHJR GOOD GA..i'.rD' SWEET POTATOES low calorie cookery.The troll Nil,.,.&baa&II suave hI hoC conUininr mo19 nitrogen than COTTON..,t tr .TOO!MIM On tH I,
meetings are open to everyone ./Sodol sa _tin baa of Sodat ,wHrn CORM yw Y Ir tri 1
FEEDS
. !<- Ste. us for YOtIr: -GROCERIES-FRUIT- Interested In knowing more about c.t fri M w.Mr.Rl.q.
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.. : VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS the way food contributes to well- ,.. ha/YUt a.yrkkt ( / '
:' YARD CANS ,SEEDS being and looks. DIXIE IS LOWES0T ,COST wttA DdNN
g \j "Miss Alice Cromartie, nutrition .
J.!; WE BUY,YOUR ,PECANS ANY QUANTTEY *
specialist. spoke Friday !
: night to
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w.q. pr T. ti..l Ad sr NiSM
in fatteretted audience 5 '
on weight
f f .''. I. i control, .p >rt cI' SODA... W1-J57 3200 lS9 i12Sail(33.SX ., ,.
N, .. $74.160 470 11.04.1I.P
WATCH TIlE E-R FOR.Mac's i !' ..
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it' J. is S soNS 9A C WfTH fMXMEJyew low* t<*t sovrc* of oCd n&rogwt +
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I'.I'n' uniform, 4f1lf'"" -- -. ."" ': II"t S 'Mk: $ Betty '.JICM 1V"; 'M<<'1 MJI:__ SS Mrs 'Give*. Dial. Clark* aaa,.. CORN $125 m. Jasper


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i'JIII' Z y.+ s Passes>In,Jacksonville
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J CARD OF THANE
per WOO, plus delivery charges 4
Hospital -
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34L mi 4m.IBBFLQORWG. i f % I would like this opportunity to
.( x rS r thank All my friends and relatives
: : d for their kindness for the cards.'lJowers ,
rt Mrs Olive Dial dark, wife of
and sent while I
gifts me
John Meek dark of Jacksonville
; was in hospitaL word of
Every encouragement -
; died Sunday morning in a, Jacksonville -
A y and has meant
$ $i1 prayer
hospital after 8D extended
1 much. A thank
.. y so special you to>
ilicess. Mrs Clark: was born in
per 1000 ft Good heart ''material I Rev and Mrs John R Collins and
Madison daughter of Mrs R V Dial
? good far 1UJ>.0000, sheathing and..,,, and-the latTMf Dial but had livedin people of Cherry Lake .Baptist
I porch. floors. 1 Ch n,h. Words are hard to find to
.. s.t Jacksonville for 35 years. She
: r : was' -a member of the Catherine tell you How much I appreciate
6-ia.: Square Edge "': Livingston Chapter DJLR.Survirop everything, so I will Just say thank

R you. and God bless each and,everyone -
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w A / include her husband;: '
1,tS SDHGBOARBS '$51 ..r R n { on* ton John M Clark Jr of Knox.; of you. LAURETTE MASSETAeJTo .
.5 MRS
f wr Mf x. >-. ,,y ,, 5 vflle Tenn; one 'daughter, Mrs S I
,per. 1p1k_ !)_' Hoard feet. '- B Wilson, of Chicago; her mother,1
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bw listerMrs'; James Conway

; Plenty of good used house sills ; ..: lCad8oa and Mn Alfred Patton.

and .framing material-Big savings.ARDENS Linden Ind: five grandchildren '
Whittle Dickinson Legislate OfficeJoe
f e. two aunfs. Miss
and Mrs Roger Asbury of Madison: .
f PAUL'B a.1. .. 4 aid! too uncles, R C Dickinson '.I'
..RilJ Smith. Adjutant o( Live
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Madison, and L A Dickinson. of
.,.PgA Lc % ..r .o YAI w FL*IDA Jacksonville.Funeral.t. Oak,,.Barracks' Not 1163 VeteransWorld
.y War 1;. was recently appointeda
services
I':,lI i va.wtNl 'tVIr-YtA.f'. 5' p, ,19, Tuesday In::the were' Chapel'of held at the 2 Department of, Florida..,teglalaV.
of
tire officer,_of the Veterans,
; Kyle Home in Jackson ? ..
IAF'ETYI/ ".: 'S. I villa wit&Funeral the Rev Douglas Band World War, I.. USA. The announce

t cther&Bnr theRev Charles :ment was made Teb!'>> 27, by Arthur
TOPS.SOUIHERN REGION Win Vault Departrben.t Commander.,
Keyser; Episcopal rectors, ottldat-
LOWEST INJURY CRATE f% :; f.n i; Plllbeim* Weft W HMcCon-
biz'and Mrs T H Greene, V
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trela Mazzya"Wells, Neal D Evans
1E! Mt The Buckeye 1oR'eotor.... Jack W Sorgen.. John R Brooks and Mrs Jim, Beggs and Mrs J B

hot; walked-off with one ofatb: : "and 'the: RV J Barkley Jackson. Wooten attended homecoming at
'SQU $ $ t Mr and Mrs -A S VaogUa of )..fa.dtvcF1oric1A : '
: W' lYEW top"Mfrty award in the Katioi a y Burial was In Oaklawn cemetery. the Pavo, Ga, Baptist church Suns ,
are announcing' approaching of theirdaughter -
tQgaget&e&traad marriage
.7 Jut week when it Was awarded a day.
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bronze plaque for having:, the lowest CAR ACCIDENTSDamage r
yam free, for God created me< five year injury rate of any pulp Betty Jean estimated at $1300 resulted KITCHEN CABINETS r

free; I accept and exercise thii and paper mill In the Southern to from a two-car accident at COUNTER TOPS :
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freedom. region. Martin Emmett Kenny *Tf 12:10 pm lart Thursday thirteen 0 G-E' JJLIANCES.
God gave each of 'US freedom of ? a son of Mr and Mrs John C Kenny of Peoria, Illinois. .'5' miles south of here on'SR. 63 No 5
.pan .
I choice and we -"are. free to decidwhether < Engineer, Roach, Buckeye Safety :'Tbe bride elect was graduated from Charity Hospital Schoolof one was hurt or arrested. tlnN0
received the American Trooper J C Peavy said that a 1 4
we shall actively assert Nursing; New Orleans;,, La. and from St. Francis Hospital ,
Paper and Pulp Association award 1960 Chevrolet sedan driven by
t our freedom, or submit to habits ol School of Anesthesia in Peoria. She is employed thereat Methodist
for the company last Friday at an William Harry. Hall 70. of Lee
.thought and feeling that dissipateour Hospital. Her fiance is a graduate of Spalding Institute aad is a .
awards luncheon in New York.!Upon was attempting to make a left turn ADVERTISERS E-R will
energies and deprive us of the senior student at Bradley University.
his return .to into a side road when a 1956 Cadil
r satisfaction and happiness we long Foley, he presentedthe A Jane 11th wedding is planned and will be In St. Mary's lac sedan driven by Miss Sue La- appreciate your ad copy by .'.

t lor. We may feel that we are of plaque to Dick Koch Chairmat Cathedral in Peoria. binla :Mitchell; 38, of Copper Hill 5 p.m. TUESDAY. THANKS:
.
Buckeye's
Joint
Safety Committee
bound by circumstances, that we TeniL, was in the process of passing
restricted the with for permanent display in A N' C E: and the Mitchell car hit Hall's
are by persons the company's conference room. ,: .- car in the side. Let muffler and t tailpipe
whom we live or work. But we
Plant Manager, Lee Wakemar Damage to Miss Mitchell's car
are not bound in our minds; we are i said, We are especially proud of c'I'> was estimated at $1000 and to the experts check your ,-

r free to think what we will. We this award since It coven the first Lake American Le Hall car $300.Saturday .

can always change our own five complete: years of operation for No. 224, March 12. morning at 1:50 exhaust t free!
thoughts and feelings and it is the plant Since the o'clock one mile west of Greenville system:;
majority of 8'
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what we think and what we feel pm< Door jsfce i on US 90 a 1955 Chevrolet sedan

that are important to us in terms our a employees pulp .paper had mill never before workedin this toapte... t' -*- .;\jV" f headed Itbert.Aman west and driven by George Muffler and tail pipe
of Neptune Beach
and ,accomplishment.We ran
t of happiness five-year
award emphasizes their off the right shoulder of the road.
can choose to meet life with ability to make, MMMMMMI installed for only
changes to
new. Mr Aman lost control of the car
poise and willingness to 'under types of saorknhnnd stmmaihtaln one ;3 LATEST HIT and it skidded sideways Into a

.{/ stand and ,to co-operate rather bf. the outstanding safety and production pond. Aman was not injured. Damage Ife t

than with anger and rebellion We I records In the,, South. to the car. was approximatelya
I can choose to be friendly and helpful I OLD".RECORD BROKEN -" at--- hundred dollars '.

t rather than yffJM .wn. and "We are on our way io"an even, ...
suspicious. We can %oose to law better record: Mr Roach said. { I William Jarrls. Parker uncle of

the joy of faith 'and participation *X>n February 29, 1960, we sur Drug Mrs Lucy Gardner of Madison died "
bead :of fear L .suddenly Monday morning. at his .5 5'
rather than the .:. age passed-our old record of 780,557 -
home 'at Lexington., N C after a
and rejection. We,**re free ,for Got man-hours worked with no lost time Store
i brief illness. Mr Parker was Clerkof
created us free.Well accident. As of Wednesday at midnight the Circuit: Court in, Davidson

t I will finish this news. My I we reached '700,000, manhoursand r County N C for 21 years.

chief has.. got the flu. t'got it,I expect to pass our goal of ; .-

l: ,Allie Erskln and Mr Cook too. Shave I IIt 1,000,000 man-hours without. a cost s "
to go fix some thing for 'them: time accident on May 15.**

: to eat too. Allie Erskin is still i JOINT SAFETY COMMITTEE .

looking for her glasses. : very day we are looking for )VOCOiWPROiWISE. '

,I. I sure am enjoying mine. I hopeI i new ways to make our plant aneven : .. ; .
can be able to pay all down at : .
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i safer place to'wk., TfoRoach 4f
once on mine for as soon as I-can said. "Our Joint Safety 1 No need to sacrifice big car quality for economy! One compact gives both. ... T\ '

I with get well my I sister want in to law go over visit some near: Committee, made up and'members of the planrsindependent "' (THE LARK has luxurious interiors,tasteful appointments? ,big-car ......equality .. .

union ol construction. .: 1
is Mrs +
1Marianna Fla. Her name
management, works to eliminate : I"i'! .
Laura I Stewart, she just able to safety hazards by promoting safety .' THE LARK, of all compacts,gives; you a choice In all models ot diner a > <;:" S. ". .' I

,. be back home from being in the programs and personal worker 90 six-cylinder engine(as economical as any)or the doubly powerful .' ,." ,

t,;'" : hospital In Jackson county. safety. This committee also workson 6 w V-8.And The Lark eight is comparable to the six in economy. '.' :,

I thank you for printing this my a unique plan to promote community I THE LARK, of all six passenger compacts,is less than 15 feet in length(it is ,

other letter so please print safety through safety programs : shorter outside than all other compacts);but inside it is a true j
one so I can see it in the paper. \ *
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such the current :'
as safety 4 sh.pa -
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, 3rd essay and poster in; contests it is ,- iTHE LARK, of all compacts,offers all.these:automatic transmission,power. ;

.JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA sponsoring** ;..Taylor S County, ; esealn&1 power brakes: ,TWin Traction differential,4-barrel carburetor S
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY.IN schools. Hill-Holder conditioning reclining seats,padded dash and many other S ,
As a part of company policy, i .
I' CHANCERY. mechanical comfort and safety features. ; <'
Minnie Lee Blue Bryant Pla1nt1ffMarion monthly safety meetings[ are held
vs. to study unsafe conditions and nets ba iTHE LARK, of all compacts,offers you a full line choice of compact models ..

Bryant, Defendant throughout the plant-and methodsare ...convertible(the only one in the field and the lowest price U.S.made), '

I.. TO: Marion Bryant Building 6, outlined to correct them, according 3rd Jwdtop.2-doorsabn. OOI'sabn.2-doorwagon..f.doorwagon. "

Apartn.ent17 Asbury Park, New to Mr Roach. lbs i :Why compromise?Visit your Studebaker Dealer and look at...

I Jersey. "Buckeye's plant In Memphis .
DIVORCE / "
Tennessee, won the five year lowest
I. You are hereby notified that a
injury rate award for the Central
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has for

It.., been filed against you, and you are i Region Mr Roach said, "point- : :
required to serve a copy of 'your : Ing up the entire company* safety in
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Answer or Pleading to the Bill of program as being one of the best

Complaint on the Plaintiffs At. in the Nation p and '
) torney; R. E. Cowart whose address r
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t is Madison,, Florida, and file the COUNTY COURT -r1\1\

original answer .,or Pleading In the ., '

I '4 office of the Clerk of the Circuit M L Blackemore, drunkenness and ,

! Court In and for Madison .County, assault and battery, plead not guilty" ...

J .' Florida on or before the 26th day and bond set at 575. ...

''i of March A. D. 1960. If.you fail far The Compact Without Compromise! t
:' t6 do 10, Decree Pro Co feao will An explosion thought due to a

f, be entered against you for the relief leaking gas heater rocked the Gil- I :
demanded in the Bill of Complaint christ county court house at Tren- j"
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'N8 BYSTUIJE/JAKBR. ,
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, ton early Monday morning doing -; .
: The Enterprise-'Bcsorfcr' k hereby $10.600 damage to the building andF5.0eO .
, designated as the newspaper in to the content Clerk of .the j -,
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I which said order shall be puttHahed Court 'Horace* Thomas, .bed "on ol :
once a week for fw(4) consecutive the his end feet escaped througha '
weeks. '" wiadomr. The bloat sfcoafc the

:\ Witness my fcari a. dMrtu. :suet town ani was+ he*** at far as six-' : C. VERNON RAGANS-

this 24th day of F!'*cu* V.A. : D. teen mi s away. : ; ,

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(COPY (SEALl '?, ... .. c Jj ,.. ..... 'l+ere 9na4ay. Mrs : ,

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:"Where In The World t -
COUNTY TEAMS BOW
OUT Mr and Mrs Joseph Bird and two
I JIM TONEY HOMES "chU ren hareturned from a I Shenvin-W1 i mS
Do You Want To (G.? All the Madison County basket week's visit In Phenfcc' City, Ala :TV?**
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ball teams bowed out of the various .where they visited relatives. PahteBRYAN '' .
Your BUILDERS OF OWNER COMPLETED HOMES .
dreams can come true; and .
tournaments before the finals the .. ..
you have a wonderful chance' of; FRAME OR BLOCK; CONSTRUCTIONS \\-eeJcend. :*

'going anywhere In the world you past Madison cracsf championship team I CORN $125 in Jasper I ELECTRIC;CO.
want to go .as the guest of GAY NOTHING DOWN ;.
overcame Qumcy". Thursday night
GIBSON and BREEDERS FASHION .
&'GIFT SHOP who sells "these i : BUILT DN YOUR OWN LOT! 76 to 5:$ and.then succumbed to

Carefree clever dresses. GAY GIB- .? Perry 68 to/60 Friday night In
BOW "Where In the world .do 2' OR 3 BEDROOM MODELS TO CHOOSI:;mOM ,Class A* Group 2. LOOK WHAT COMES
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you want to go" corit at.Is. open (o Ptemblns Wiring and Inside Finish biaterlaLa Greenvillewas dropped by Monti- .
everyone. Simply',eo ta.___IIS cello Thursday night 59 to 47 In :
Small Charge
at
Available Additional
FASHION & GIFT SHOP,located
Class B, Group 3.
In eric the for Setzef contest' Shopping details; flToH:Center iriay.bathe ,, and We Win Build! to Your Plans and Specifications In Class C, Group 3, Fort White WITH MARCHAZALEACAMELLIA :.

lucky girl who_ will go anywhere MONTHLY PAYMENTS AS LOW AS j, I overcame PinetU 45 to40 Thursday ," J." .-
In the world FREE with night and Salem damped Lee .
FERTILIZER
a complete wardVobe ,of GAY: GIB. 2 Bedroom, 24' x ,24' ..J.... ..... .. .... $33.00 :Mo. 61 to 50.MIDWEEK 5 lbs 75c 10 Ibs ._ _. .
1bs.
*- ; $1.15; 25) '1.851 260
SON dresses PLUS 1000.00 in 2 Bedroom 24' x 281,.... .. .. .. .... ... .. $36.40 Mo. : i, 59.J h ; ,

beautifully cash. See these styled delightfully Gay Gibson smart S Bedroom, 24' x 34 ... ... .... ... .... $46.00 Mo. LVnten services LENTEN are being SERVICES held .. H MANtmE 2, 60 .Ibs. .. .. ...., ,. ,.'... -t.. ji.75,

dresses, on display :In ,BREED N'S COMPARE THE BEST THEN BUY THE BEST! each Thursday evening at 7:30 BONE MEAL, .. .. .. .. .. .; 6 ,ibsl: 49C' 10 Ibsl 89c
FASHION & GIFT SHOP> window o'clock at St. Mary's Episcopal .
with the later in fashion accessories. "' CALL COLLECT DISTRICT OFFICE church. Lay readers of the church .. FLORIDA'YOLK .. ... pt. 79c, qts 1. 9'za1.i3:19! '
Also, look for 'BREEDEN'S FASHION are conducting the services. AU
& GIFT SHOP'S "GAY GIBSON TONEY BUILDERS Inc. are Invited. VERMICULITE. . . .'| .. ; fc . 39c
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GOES PLACES" ad elsewhere PEAT MOSS .;-.. .. .. .. .. !.00-$3 75-$4.95
In this Issue of the Enterprise-Re .
: sax rai Mr and Mrs Ernest Price of
corder six of P. O. : Lake City; : HAND SPRAYERS ,
showing the hlghJtehts GARDENHOSE
fI'l..1'! : Omaha, Neb, arrived !in Quitman ; GARDEN
of GAY GIBSON"S'man lous.f Phone 1154-M .
.. Tuesday, called here by the serious TOOLS
collection of fashionable dresses
BRANCH OFFICES illness of Mr Price's brother, Mr
'Don't forget--don't delays 'Con. CUSTOM SPRAYING FOR LAWN GARDEN
** Bellvue, P. O. Box 511 Call Ocala Cherry 5-3811 Wallace Price, who Is under treatment .,
test closes April 30, I960. Waldo, P. 0.'Box 368 Call HO 8-2781 at Archbold Hospital Thornasvillc. SHRUBBERY

WE BUILD ANYWHERE NO TRAVEL CHARGE! Mr and Mrs Price will visit A GOOD SELECTION OF SEED CORN
Pretty Window DisplayThe I their brothe ;In-JaW', Mr David
; SHOP AT Lanier and family while on their FULL LINE OF INTERNATIONAL FERTILIZER
Lee 411 Club has 'a pretty LegiM Diller Dance
display",in one of the 'T J Bcggs & I THE MAY SHOP trip South. SNAP CORN AND MOLASSES $2.25 100 Ibs.
', Mr and Mrs Fred Mkkler went
eo: windows this week. The display I '
includes such things as needle Tickets can be obtained at White SEE OUR to Jacksonville Tuesday to attend 40# HOG SUPPLEMENT, PELLETS 4.95 100 Ibs.

Work dresses, posters canned goods Top Drive-In and Browning service the funeral of Mrs Olive Dial BABY CHICKS- SUPPLIES" .
little SPRING DRESSESFor Clark.
a broom and an entomology' station at Cherry Lake for the
dirplay. :mr dinner Glance Saturday night at 25* OFF ON ALL FISHING TACKLE AND SPORTING
Members of the club takme part Ladles and Children
in the exhibit Include Wanda Welch, the Legion Home at Cherry Lake, Just Received! GOODS

Judy Searcy Sybil Welch ..Lottie celebrating the 40th anniversary of KITCHEN CABINETS
.1 SEE' US FOR ALL YOUR FEED, SEED, FARM
Phillips Carol Henderson Geral- the Legion. COUNTER TOPS >> Carload of Power Lawn
'dine'.,Alraand, Sharon Waters, Lu. No tickets sold at door. (adv't SUPPLIES
cretia Thomas and Nancy Alnuunt S G.E APPLIANCES Mowers. See us for the

EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION Pre-season Prices CAVE'S FEED AND FARM SUPPLY
'Methodist 'adult circles will meet CONVENTION' MEETS "

Monday. March 14th; the Neocle IN MADISON WESTERN AUTO .
Bevan Circle with Mrs Gordon' Williams Florida's Liaison Committee for I BILL & MILTON CAVE, Owners MADISON. FLA.
Hadden-Morrow Circle with .
Educational Television 'win hold al
Mrs S H Moore and, the Helen .,
two.day convention at the, North tts .-'. Jl -' -
Parnunore Circle with'jMr* .'James Florida .Junior College Library In yr NEW-SIZE WAGON WONDERS! '
Sale Jr; all at 4 Pt m..t and the tfodlson Friday and Saturday,: pH NOUNCtN\ ...TWO 1

Janie Paul Circle' with Mrs T CCoody March 11 and 12Representatives .

at 10:00 a. m. i ..,
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Mr and Mrs A G Herring spent munlty junior colleges, as welf as I

the weekend in Jacksonville, guests from Florida Statelhniverzit the
r 1 University of Florida, the Department "-
State
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of and Mrs\ A GtCerrlng Jr :
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of Education and the i"
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and ,
family. Florida E.T.V. Task Force, will. ,:,1 -,
f meet to discuss the use of E.T.V. rfjlr
it( (Educational Television) throughoutthe fj- I. tea. ;. .
state-According to Dr John E ,

mHowertoa Sands Dean of Instruction at A1JI L ,:.
[ Supply Ct. NFJC, the convention will emphasize fx 4

.... the use of E.T.V. at NFJC and ...,
the immediate sl!*-county area. (Su-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
) Florida StatutesIN wannee County is not a participating I .
county of NFJC; however:\tInso-
THE COURT OF TIlE COUNTY .
far 'SUeatmee ,I '! ;
as E.T.V. Is concerned t.
JUDGE MADISON .COUNTS, \\- will be treated as a Participating := ..
,KLORIDA, IN PROBATE.In IEa
re: Estate of Inez G. Owens. county.) ,
Deceased.TO .
ALL CREDITORS AND PER ANNOUNCES FOR
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS COMMISSIONERCary
AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Phillips well known citizen
You and each of 'yofl are hereby of the Fifth County Commissioners

CptUied and required to present district is announcing his candidacy '. .
any claims and demands which you, this week for County Commissioner
or either of you may have againstthe In that district Mr Phillips promises
estate of Jnez G. Owens, If elected to support the county and "
deceased, lAic of said' County, to the people therein to the best of his 4 ')
the County Judge of Madison Coun knowledge and ability. M

ty, Florida, at his office In the
court house of said County at, SUSAN GAIL DiCKSONMr .. .

. Madison Florida, within eight cal : and Mrs Fred Dickson of n......,.....""' hdor hk..W....-....1.......wn..."A.,.,.........! ,
ender months from the time of the Orlando, announce the birth of .a SMTMO rrurwr m.....t..*. ,
first publication of this notice. daughter Feb 22 at Orange N Mq.t..Mgt M Ie .rr .
r Each claim or demand shall be in I Memorial Hospital. The little girl Aawrka's sfsflMTHE wtgts spsdsHsts ca writing, and shall state the place :was named Susan GaIL Mrs Dick- TWO NlW-SOf wepo.. s. They're Falcons! in size and :
of residence and post office address !sen Is the former Miss Lucille Seror, savings-and fuD- edged Ford wagon wonders when it comes to .
h" of the claimant and shall be I daughter of Mr and Mrs John Sevor NEW( work! With 2 feet less car to manage you're a genius at solving,
cworn to by the claimant, his agent I and Susan Gail Is the Dickinson t traffic problems past master at parking. -. ..

_ or attorney, and tiny such claim or : first child Mrs Sevor has returned .r... WofMS its prktd sp to $1S4 less than other 6-passenger
demand not so filed shall be void. I from a visit in Orlando with her compact wagons. The 2-door model is America's lowest-priced
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MATTIE BLALOCK daughter and family. ,
6-passenger.
:, J As administratrix of the estate FORD FALCONWAGONS wagon. tx
of Inez G Owens deceased. ISSUE CALL TO RECTOR MCM ghrts 1M kst gas' st&agt of any American-built wagon on ..
First publication February 2Cth I960 The Rev William Easton; assistant regular fuel. You can go up to 30 miles on a gallon of gasoline I IYM ).

264tpdFor rector of Grace Episcopal gtt afWr fsfoa( strings+ ts.. Repairs cost less. Change oil only :}
Church Chicago, has been called .. S once in 4.000 miles And the Falcon's ahiminized muffler normally ''''>,

The Beat Quality to the vacancy at St. Mary's ':-...: (lists twits as long as the ordinary kind. ; _

i Church: Madison He was a visitor .I r tapirs .loud tar h At..p cf f U is yours in a Falcon. It's over r...-

RUtergat with weeks the congregation while on a here Visit two In . 7 It. long with cargo space totaling more than 70 cubic feet! ': .,

." j JndcIonilIe1th ago the Rev Columbus __ I M-stx-pBsstMr row,h., because Falcon Wagons are built for t' t
: the most reasonable prices B Smith rector of the Arlington i i people.There room for hats,hips and legs.Come see these newest

ANYWHERE, Episcopal Churcfi. ; wonders from the Ford wagon world!nn vmn$5jfr&fl. *>f Jc'.. I 1

H '> Call or WriteFunitare- Mrs Howard Hughey is a surgical f ) -.I............1..ri.dwr.....r.arw..nr"' ".... .. ... 1 I p. I

patient at the local hospital;
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J" SeIi She entered Thursday, 'March*._3. | (OMlIII'AU.lfYfNe'' FORD .. AMIRCAS WAGON .

RE-UP HOLSTIIING WOHMU Of TW WAGON WON 1AHD FROM
WHOLESALE
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WHEN heavily a prisoner handcuffed appears and In r I ur '1\ 1

I with a chain attached to him,'It Is ;
a sign he Is known as an escape
artist Maybe his nickname is Slippery -
Sam. Now Saint Paul*was,no, fen, r fi rc ry \ n -A
Slippery Sam' ;hut he- w*.forced to "IT JjX i i i I / 'i \
. wear chains all the same.Further*

more, he was accused .... I
chiefly of 1 s o .Tz i .
, being A Tabele:: j 1

rouser. Even ''; .
real -
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and Paul was Jf UP S MJr ,
anything else but H MhjSJf'iA \
mf*+
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that.Yet there he tr l r \
was in court first Mm M iir; fT
before Governor Dr. Foreman VLjvl f Ur \

Fe1iz.Jatar..on -beforc'Gavetf .. % '"
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charges wefe'ilimsy,,but the chains -_., -
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What could Paul do about it? Two ""

things.he would not do. He,would I
not complain that Jie was there at
all. He coup have kept his mouth
stubbornly shut,he could have said

that an Apostle cannot rightfully ..'. .. .
be tried by .a civil court. On the T.: !i t,,'''t' fcl ..., ,. ,
contrary, he recognized the legal '
right of the court to pass judgment 1TS
on his case. Again he could .
have "fixed" the court. We know "
that Governor" Felix hoped for a
bribe. Paul had wealthy friends .
and they could have arranged It.
But Paul did,not do that. YS
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Paul's sttaation may cast some .
light on the relation between the +
Christian church tad Uw civil 'b
courts) or the ,civ# government in : ., .S"

general'in: oar'day.,Thls is a very .. .
tricky .subject and the churches I 5

which we with be lt1k1)1aC'thlI k*. "" -li'.A','" ,. _
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aon are net afi agreed oa the elation THE CHU CP.Ft'317 ;AL& :..:...'} .q .
But -we can venture- fewgeneral ,
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thought*. he.thureh certainly .. ) ..:ot. < ... .. "
can rule out what. Paul ruled ... The Cfcurclt as th<,gr ite4"factor on.eari. i-far. C.r ,+at'laIdea t0..have, a..., ) pt.! ,sq, of 1.2 th 1 ...:

out. Tbe dweeb hasmy .. ( -.. : 1U-.J"-. i iJeIt .' ., Iil : .Jt.' Wti extended to our spiritual I well Kiaitlu / ,. .
.. &,;:,14 as as our physical
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"Zfet eta cowls i- ei Ma MorAou ettroejc r. ' ,
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COT }!M' J k. '. .. CWth oeiAcf w--y tv :. .
'u. 0WreIa' aeI." # **T -J .. ; : denocrscyCM ir- p lr For Instance, Jiow much are we thinking about the truths ,our ;
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oC .. wmve.There art foor tOiDd WVtvery '
body people anywhere a MfteAity reatotu r .
'wfthiew eadi .'_,.- penoa, cKookl atfeadscmcet regtiUrly aftd .. ,. churches teach 'u s? Dowehinderstand God '. His,1 love for men :.

watt to'-coMpiy to proper autfcortUee, It is o support Ihe Omrcii* Tbcy arts fl) For hk the sacrifice of, Christ for_ our sins' the way of Christian living i ? i

the!church. Of cause UM church'sbeliefs own saki (2) :For,Iw cLiJdm.'b. (3) For J L I

and Hs'mode of operation, iKe sake of hi fiommoiiky sad nation. (4) For And much
appointment of Ms ministers, t ; how are we doing for God and our own souls ,Are

are its own affairs.If the sale of the Omrca Uxlf. rib Deeds! his we worshipping every Sunday ._ rearing our children in' the Faith
the church most refuse moral and mslerul Plan to r
temptations Ripport. to
fo : serving the Church and fellowmen
to talents
and "
according our
to stand outsMe the Jaw, It. church rcfululy and read your Bible d Iy.! ;
must also be serufulous net to influence .. physical strength Y.
law and lawmakers by Day Book Chapter Verses .. ... .
illegal m..... This goes all fee "it /a.." _J Sunday I CorinthiansRomans 6 19-20. *

way from preachers who try"'to fet= Monday 12 s.s And how much are we giving for God to use? Do we promise Him ,
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their"fixed"traffic-violation up to a great ckwch tickets that Tuesday Luke 12 22-30 a fair proportion of our income do we set it aside regularly as a I

tries or exemptions.to get illegal tax reductions ', Wednesday Thursday Psalms Ecclesiastes 17 3 11-15 11-15 sum that belongs toGodand, ; .to' those who need our help do we f *-:

What then can the church do? Friday Mark 4 14-25 have the courage'nd.falth. to strengthen our Church'b V,more generous

If it should not stay aloof from law \ -, Saturday I Corinthians 16 1-2 support? I ,

and government, and if it cannot 13-14' .
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try to please the Felixes around ;i "
the capital with bribes, direct or .= ;; ; -
indirect what eaa the Christian L .
\, church do. as it confronts the civil. A. QII '-11.JUUrr- AJv. Srrvfcr.S/ri*.r&S V.. I

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Again it might take a leaf from i ;. .
PauL He dM try to toftnflueaee the I
court; but it was open'and sove .

board. He put his caw truthfully Pd 1 .

quietly these trials but.the persuasively.court was. In prejudiced aH ,.. These ReHtfcmi Messages are' bela* Published Each Week,, Sponsored" by the Following' Individuals and _

against him at {fee start; st ;' t Establishments
he always won a verdict'of Not :
Guilty. What he had, tai M.i' ....' ". . .
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were facts sad he presented those ,.,>', .. .
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facts so that even sfceptteal Judges ;
were convinced.: : :I;. ;\. MADISON DRUG STORE REGISTER'S AUTO SERVICE WESTERN; AUTO STORED

IttIfIc 1M tItrItM.ti ka Neaa" The Rexall store Phone HU 3-6450.. Madison, FU. :*J. ?. Sale, Jr. 09J'Mr' DUNN FURNITURE CO. .

Here Is something the chtaseh .. ,.. Phone JiU- 3-2300. Madison Fla. HAlJlSON. FUL ". t .
can do, or several ttitngs all: care "' Phooe- HU 3-2335. Madboo.,- .. .-Fla.. -
blned. First the Christian church .. # Phone HU 3-2340 .
needs to have, more than it sometimes .
does have a dear .....- -, \ ,1J:: 't ". .
standing of what "Christian soda ? ", .' ,' .. :-., ., .1' .. '",-'

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and clearer uaderstaadteg of ..S ,1M E S SE::R'#'.;. MORROW INSURANCE ;! flUALIT( 'CLEANERSf "h ...
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what the Christian faith implies f -.. :/": :: %.. ', .'AGENCY* *?"' ; ', t. ;.>><- .... .,.,. ... ; \.17".i' .:
for sodal. bum! educatieaal I ..BATTERT & TIRE CO. Wbcn your clothes are not be? ,
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and aU other realms of We IG .> to .... ) Florid. .. +' .: j. : should ,
coming tp you they becoming
modern society. Second. the.ch ch *.MADISON FLORIDA' .. should be more aware HMM H K ef '! fr, %4 rf,.I J .. to us Phone HU 32353 .
the moral side of propeeed legislation p.- tiJ<
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per TRUCK a TRACTOR CO. '; MOrrORTCO.,% ;' .
them is a leeway removed from 't iwr*' .. '"fy'fr ',$' fc STATION

its Hatter. And tlrdte; chtweh .\ .''MADKON.. .FLORIDA.. .. Phone HU 34241, M'" .'J't\::' 1&-_. *(MadisonFlorida .... .. '
through as my e< its mesa.srs "I' .. "s. Madison. Fla. .
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charged that the Spaniardsblew beans peppers, tomatoes, and NOTICE TO CREDITORS MADISON GIRL CHOSEN ONE=I 1'

up the Maine, althoughto cabbage. Peaches, satsuma OF' FINALISTS IN CONTEST .

TkiEJs. ItN4Etli{! this day there is doubt as to oranges pecans, blueberries, Florida Statutes FOR MISS MACON" OF I960 '
IN THE
COURT
OF THE COUNTY I
......till ........ .. ____Off* If MKII....... just what did cause the battle pears and small fruits grow JUDGE MADISON COUNTY, Miss Florida Davis, daughter of
Published Weekly Subscription $3.76 Per Year In Advance ship's explosion. At any rate, well A state farmers' market FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.In Mr and Mrs W B Davis., JrVas
Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year the fact that the Maine was and a livestock market are located re: Estate of Mary Jane Thomp. chosen one of the ten finalists in
son Payne, Deceased.
Advertising Rates Made Known on Application blown up touched off the 'at Quincy. The county TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER. contest for Miss Macon of 1960.
Spanish American war, which has large timber stands and SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -The contest for the title is an
Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter Jim AGAINST SAID ESTATE annual event sponsored by the
lasted only a few months and lumber and turpentine indus- :
10. ,1908, under Act of March a J79. You and each of you are hereby merchants association of Macon
ended with
complete tries Sawmills
departureof are important. notified and required to present Georgia and the contestants are
OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT, JR. i Spanish military glory from naval stores plants, and basket, any claims and demands which you. chosen from the students at Mer-

AND ASSOCIATES _.. the New World. Cuba was freed crate and veneer and furniture or either of ;you. may have against cer University and Wesleyan College -
r :, and the United States got manufacturing plants are located the estate of Mary Jane Thompson and Judged on beauty, talent,
:MADISON RECORDER. .ESTABLISHED 1BG5 Payne, deceased. late of said County,
NEW ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED>1901 ,- ".. "i Puerto Rico and:the Philip tnthe county, ,and muchof to they County Judge of Madison speech and poise. Tfie ten finalists
will
CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 'pines. The next presidential the fuller's earth of the County court ,house Florida of, at said his office County in the at March compete 30th at for the city the crown auditoriumin on

campaign was fought on the United States is produced in
Madison Florida, within eight Macon. and the coronation will
-. ". _- t T. C. MERCHANT :EditorT.C. Md"JJItr .,r _fame of imperialism[ ; aed,territorial Cadsden county. The Florida calendar months from. ,the time ofthe' follow the selection of Miss Macon
ar'"c: :"'" :,
erpaoaion and the Republican Slate Hospital is located in the first publication of this notice. of 1960. A team composed of
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KM, A. 'W;. 'YJ.1tK CMr.*. *.*** : '" ,Mc&nJey";; I Each cUlm,'or ''de*' ttd-shall be In George DeWItt of *television
at
S' beat the county, Chattahoochee, and Mary,
AiverHII4"rer \ wrltlnl'and shall the
r' MRS. WE.. .;WILSON, ; 'WIllIam'Bryan : \ state place Ann Mobley who was Miss Americaof
Democrat the '
Jennings WrWoodroff4Dani#, is"ne r. ot residence and post office ad'dress
Billy Matthews in our district again- A short time laterMcKinley by"Gadsden ,county was named : of the claimant and shall be 1953, and others will act as
judges.
pR DA Miss Davis is a student at
sworn to by the claimant his agentor
:'. and, Bob Sikes in the West was assassinated by for. James Gadsden, ald -de- his 'attorney, and any such Mercer University and, a member
: 'Florida district, got by without CzolYoszat the Buffalo Ex. camp to General] Andrew Jackson 'claim not so..filed shall be void. of PW Mu sororUy. I

N opposition, Democratic or Be- position. In the Florida campaign of MARY JANEt BRANDT. ,

r'', publican. The full- list of the 1818. If was created in 1823, Mary As .dm1n1stratot Jane.Tnpson; of the' Payne Estate de of Giant,Jumbo Hamburgers in I
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: ,-,1 state and 'district candidates, Back : and originally comprise all the ceased. "S 6-in bun 40c.WHITE .
Homen
'.. ,. q IOH as they apply to our county, .. :area between the Apalachicola First publication. Feb. 26, 1960. TOP DRIVE-IN .

was published on Page Four in I President Eisenhower gets ands*_ Suwannee rivers. It still 41pd.Mr '.. Mr and Mrs James Pafford and

Like A Lion last week's paper, and we sug 1I I back to Washington today after touches the Apalachicola, but and Mrs Billy Price and children children of Monticello were' guests

". gest that those interested clip I his visit to the ABC countries the,,; Ocklockonee river nowbounds of Chattanooga were guestsof of Mr and Mrs T C Gibson Sun-

'March may be a spring the article and save for possible South America and Uruguay.!!. it on the east. Next Mr and Mrs! Maury Blalock day.

month all right, but this, year future reference. The Republicans lof he stopped also in wee k Gilchrist county. during the weekend, while enroute
it came- in, as the expression I : SUri-1 r:, to South Floridat' Radiator
are putting out more nam on the way home \ """""" Repairing

, .. .. is,""like ,a lion." For four daysin state candidates this year, and I I count of engine trouble, and. *-.-.NOTtCE TO CREDITORS

a row,'the 4th, the 5th, the while we do not think in most I spent a while in Puerto Rico! .t j CORN $1.25 in Jasper McWHlIAMS GARAGE
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.6th and the 7th, the tempera- uses-but not in all-that:I I going and coming. That he a'as1;! IN'THE COURT Florida OF Statutes THE COUNTY

ture went below freezing, and I they have 'much chance of election tired out when he returned to. JUDGE MADISON COUNTY DOROTHYGRAY

oily three mornings of the just now, it is quite possible -'I Puerto Rico was obvious, and, FLORIDA** IN PROBATE

. whole winter recorded a reading that a few years from now,I some even feared that they'Deceased In re: Eittte of Levy Webb, PI CErA-YEAR: 5ALsg \.
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lower than that of Sunday,, with Florida's fast increasing; fatigue[ might be more seriousj TO. ALL CREDITORS AND PER. .

March 6th, when a low of 25 j population, much of it from thei What he accomplished on the!! SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR "DEMANDS ... .. :
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I AGAINST camI r ..J... < ,
1/3 was marked up. And thislow i North, they will prove a' trip cannot be ,I -- -----"-- -- -- &+9 "
I I I assayed just,I, You and each of you are hereby trt ,
reading came after it was l I I formidable factor. They are al-: yet. Some are inclined to be a notified and required td present any j r' '

predicted that it would warm, ready a factor in presidential I little cynical about it; however,'I claims and demands w 3dyouu, or ., 1.

up slightly the day before. And'elections, having carried the I i I we think it was probably: worth I II estate either of of you, may LevyVebb.have against, deceased the ..' -

today,.of all things;'word.comes! state, the,twor la test times, and. I the effort. He F was greeted I late of said County to the "! TWO '

of some sleet or.-snow'tfptow i. as 'it looks at, this writing, they most cordially, even though I County Judge of Madison County;
II I Florida at his office In the court
stand a good chance of repeat- there were some counter- : home of said County at Madison LIPSTICKS i
State List ing. demonstrations. I Florida within eight calendar :
Heavy
rte. months from the time of the first .. ,1\
6 publication of his notice. Factclaim -*' .
The stele candidates wound County ContestsSeveral Great Shade : or demand shall be in writ.. ONE't1
lip their qualifying Tuesday of : lag, and shall state the place of
j I residence and pout office addressof ,
last week and now the county Tobacco
I contests have shaped County the claimant, aid shall be swornto
candidates are having their up in the county lists as of this by the! claimant, his agent or his : D 0 LLAR
inning. Ten Democrats and two I writing, and this year for the Gadsden county, situated in attorney, and any such claim or .
1 I Northwest Florida demand not so filed shall be void.
has
Hopublicans are running for first ,time'we have a memberof an area GRACE J. WEBB ..
Governor, eight Democrats; and the feminine sex running for about three-fourths that of As Administratrix! of the estateof
one Republican Secretary: of county office. Madison county and a.population Levy Webb Deceased.
nearly three times First publication: 2-15-60. REC-ch>> ..
State, six Democrats for Commissioner as great. .
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of Agriculture, four Ship Explosions In a number of ways, agricultural John Ed and Ashley Fralefgh E ,t' ,
Democrats and one Republican -I !, business and personal, it played with the FSU Golf Team ; }

,for State Treasurer, two The explosion of the French is closely related to our county.It in the State Intercollegiate Golf :Choose II ijiIi

Democrats for Comptroller, and munitions ship Le Coubre in] is the great shade-grown Tournament weekend.Gtriyear. in Ocala "during the from i top fashion

threat Democrats and one Havana harbor last IViday with I tobacco county of the state
; Re-j
:i- publicanlives I!' of some forty to seventy I with our county second. Tobacco <::)C- -0- -o<:::::)co-:: : : shades

. ] calls too mind the blowing 1 packing plants and ware- Tires $12.95

j candidate each for Attorney up of another ship, the battleship houses are located in Quincy

'.. General and for State School Maine, in Havana harbor' and Havana, and indeed Havanawas 670 x 15, AH-Weather tube-type,

'Superintendent. Supreme Court sixty-two years ago. Fidel Castro named for Havana, Cuba plus tar and recappable tIre.

Justice Terrell has one opponent presently the strong man on account of its tobacco Other MESSER Smilh' 2i $ '
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.as 4oes} Appeal Court of Cuba, and, other follower i crops in the county include I rutJ oreS

Judge Carroll, and Circuit I 1 of his insinuate that the United', corn, field peas oats velvet &.T..e Co.

: Judge .Adams. .has two::opponmots. -]States government caused ,ther'beans, chufas,.peanuts,:::sweet, ; eJY '" & HiGREEN STAMPS ON ABOVE

. ; Only _two CongressenenA ,,f explosion, just as our ]r potatoes,sugar Cane, hay; siring I Ii :... Madison. Floridar :
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t#: FRIDAY, MARCH IX, 1WO ". : ., THE ENTERPEISE-RECOHDER: MADISON, FLORIDA PAGE ELEVEN_ .

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THIRD DISTRICT PTA
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THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF MEETS HERE' .' !s" fY "

ISON FLORIDA CO UNTY.IN AND, FOR"..-'MAD T '. *. ,- <<. { &cra&re I" ,. -,AUTHORIZED DEALERS

CITY OF MADISON,t FLORIDA. The 3rd District P T A meeting -A I a "'-
Petitioner WM held March 2nd"In Madison at jIthtwishing. :* V
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vs. the Madison High School Band FOR .
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(By BOB KENNEDY
THE STATE OF FLORIDA et ml, Room. ... )
Wednesday night, February 24
Respondent CAUSE Welcome was extended' by Mrs won'tdoit Madison was treated to the novel :''Cadillac Pontiac :..
TO SHOW
ORDER JeM.. Tblgpen, County Council, and highly entertaining experience I.t t .
STATE OF FfeOMBA jo '
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TO PfttHcHt.{ and Mr Burch Cofncliu*. of: seeing a complete comic opens : ', J. .
THE SEVERAL FftOPEVf
OWNERS AND TAXPAYERS. CIY&&MR high? ''ScbOo11TindPaL Mr :WET i ; ., ppwented on Us 0'Wfr'Ita at the ; J R mbl r VauxhaBV:

end OTHERS HAVING'''.CtttfH-' .. President/of ,Districttave f3, Woman's- Club. DIE FLEDERMAUS, k.-, > ... ... .

ING ANY RIGHT. TITLE OR ,INTEREST response.A a typically tuneful production from .
IN PROPERTY TO, -BE very interesting .-. de'CtJoDalgivm Y..aUT- ':\.. .. JM* pea of Johana Strauss, .proVed : ., '.-
AFFECTED BY'THE jaBUftHCE was by JJtn LyonJfQroSSy,'. ." ur.lKlf' .; 1 THE CITY OF MAW- f this most varied and .
t BY ,OF $273WO of Gadsden County on ftrowfng ,x wjfttUafortuoat.ly ii colorful' of musical forms. .
FLORIDA
SON Towards 'God and Fulfilment". A In addition VALDOSTA ..
to the obvious mter- GEORGIAProf
NATURAL GAS REVENUE CERTIFICATES viahwbal < ,
,just ...
IfflBHNAFTER MORE, portion of' the Psalm 'u read .b4U futurt dream. tainment value of the plot and a: .. ..
UUlng! nof ."'- t1'. wondrous world.Nexfbn ... J well-written' libretto, the 'of
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED, ,et com* trukoWtY,In mamyfeaaec quality 1
to be AFFECTED: IN ANY WAY, the program was are- life insurant fnllr the opera's presentation would have I "
THEREBY: port' from County Council Presl Security and proUction for done credit even to the ante-bellum EaiT R Payne ofthe/facuK. CANDIDATES Rent an adding
The State cff Florida through the' dents' 'telling of the leading project your/anuly.a college education South, where the best fa such enter- ty of N F J C, continued the study machine to total promises of support

State Attorney the Third Judicial undertaken last year. Gadsdea few your childreo and a earefrM tainment was the rule rather than course on Medical Missions at the ,from the deer peepuL THE E-R..

,Circuit oTsaid State and the County''reported 'tBy' Mrs Ward retirement foe yourself can a& the the performers exception. By any standards Methodist Church Wednesday night Mr and Mrs- Alfred Patton of
several property! owners taxpayers Williams successful work be provided for you through and the production with a discourse on missions In
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citizens and others having or claiming avery of Farm Bureau U a whole may Justly be regarded Linden Ind. arrived Monday to be
any right title or interest in shop on Home and Family Life. any one many a* outstanding South AsIa. emphasizing the medIcal with Mrs Patton's mother, Mrs R

property to lie affected by the Issu, Madison County reported aery; Life Insurance prograaec.Discuss future plan The integrated effect of the total lIlssIonaryVOTk in India. It V Dial, for several days. They

ance by the City of Madison, Florida Interesting workshop on "LookingIn with local your Farm Bureau performance reflected accuratelythe was brought out in the lesson that were called by the death of Mrs

'of the Natural Gas Revenue; on Your School, at which we Insurance your Agent and let him unusual ability of the troupe's due to inflation the cost of medicines Patton's sister, Mrs J Meek Clark;;

Certificates Trercinafter more particularly undertook to determine at what show you how easily Farm Bureau musical director: Dobbs Franks; the and transportation O\-er. of Jacksonville. .
described, or to be affected: level our schools are operating and Life Insurant matt calibre of his standards and musicianship wide area, more money was neededfor r

in any way thereby are hereby required how we as parents can work to im- your future dreams come tru*. was particularly evidentIn the program.
to appear before the Cir the synchronized perfection of the '
cult Court -of Madison County prove, the level of our schools In ensemble numbers. Individual performers opE# FOR BUSINESS .
Florida :In the Third Judicial Circuit general Jefferson County. with Mrs without exception evidence
gave
Bureau Jean will leaveFriday
Southern Farm Miss Billie Coody
off scold State at the Court- W B Smith reporting, told a Den- of superior training and accomplishment :!: ;
for Memphis, Term, for a amall Gas ;
house In Madison, Florida, on the tal Clinic AS their main Interest. as vocalists. Jerri Ann Engine
19th flay of March, I960, at 10:00 Leon County with Mrs Roy Me- Insurance Co. Traik was charmingly effective as two weeks' visit with her aunt.

o'cWk:! .lk. !JM.' and ..how'cauee why Gahagin reporting, said that they Rosalinda and her husband, EUcn- Miss Mary Catherine Coody, who Repair Shop
the prayers of the petition filed in were hostess to the Safety Council HERMIT HORNE stein was well played by Gerald is stationed at the Naval hospital
the above 'proceeding should not be BOX 38 I1U 3-6G6S Arthur. Special accolades are due there .
that met In Tallahassee for Safety
grate find the Natural Gas MADISON. FLORIDAJ Naomi Blake who. In addition to -x- Robert J. BeasleySMITH'S
and
Revenue (Certificates therein described legislation to be considered being completely at home in her
"and 'the proceedings heretofore Safety programs to be promoted. B DAVIS RETURNS role as Adele the maid also handled Mrs A E Fraleigh and Mrs J G SERVICE STATION:
Ihatt :authorizing the issuance Mr R A Deschner from Taylor reported -FROM OILMEN MEETINGJ a demanding vocal assignment with Ashley had as week end guests
I therrof validated and confirmed, organizing a High School consummate ease and polish. SImI- Mrs Charles Pelote and Mrs Clifford LET, FLORIDA >
said Natural Gas Revenue Certificates returned from McGuire his Payne of Jacksonville. -- ,
PTA and the good results they B Davis has larly. Raymond in comparatively -
( (being dated May 1, 1959, were seeing already. Jacksonville where he previewed brief appearance as Alfred
bearing interest at a rate or rates (Rosalinda's suitor) left the
Then followed a very interesting Shell Oil Companysales promotion
not exceeding six per centum (6%) audience wanting further demonstrations .
panel composed of Mrs Myron R advertising and merchandising t '
per :annum, payable semi-annually of his very excellent tenor voice
ascrPgaUng the principal amount of Blec, Mrs Min Weenick Mrs Clyde plans for 1960. Davis is the and convincing dramatic ability.

$275,1)00; being in the denomination -Johnson, and Dr Edwards on Over local distributor of Shell products. The opera was enthusiastically received Notice To Farmers .

of $1,000 each, and maturing coming Unknown PTA Mrs W J JlarreU southeastern retail by an audience which., despitethe f.
serially in annual installments in Blee pointed out that we have manager, told the Shell Jobbersand rainy weather, completely filled SAP

the years 1963 to 1989, inclusive, a grown in 63 years from 2000 to 12 dealers that "one out of every the Woman's dab. Interest In the .. > -
more complete description of which 000,000 people with the same sixteen Shell employees work in research performance was heightened by theunexpected 'We Buy Yellow Ear Corn .the : .
said: Natural Gas Revenue Certificates make of A J Fletcher ._..- '. 'fl. 'j : '
fundamentals that we were founded to better products. presence Year Around = :; \
.is contained in the petition with. We get ideas across to and n C Higginbotham Shell's fouthe&fte'rn the opera company's enthusiastic and ,,, .: "
her fn. '- personable founder and David \ : : ,
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Done rand ordered at> Madison from the biggest cross section of advertising manager enter- I .
its business I -It. '"
Florida, This 22nd day of February the country In one organization.In tained Davis and other members manager.I. '. c-t ., .Price Now IsS1.25 '!)\, ._-. ', .lJ l_ .
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one state traffic accident, were: !', pf, hit organization at a dinner inthe b : u 4 ,. '" i .
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LOGO.R: H ROWE. Judge of the reduced by one half, by the PTA \ Robert Meyer Hotel prior to BIRTHDAY PARTY : "
Circuit Court of the Third Judicial making a study and making recom- the meeting. Later he presented per bushel Y. .

Circuit ot Tlorida, in and for Madi- mendations about It. Mrs Weft ck newspaper radio; television, bill. Miss Robin Jean Smith of Peeks 1

eon County.GRAHAM brought to our attention the fact board and polnt-of-sale material kill New York; 'granddau httT of picker picked ;. .
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FUftKK Attorney for Petitioners 26-4t-ch: that PTA traIns more leadership which wCT be used during 1960. Mr and Mrs Ran Terry of PineUa, d I'
-- than any other one organization :was feted the 29th for her birthday. J.A.MffCHELL

ATTEND FUNERAL OF for other places of leadership. We Termites Swarm. *: ?? 'Attending the party were Edwardand %',* '.

W. IU/ARK also have Summer Institute at one Barbara. DcnDce, Louis Debbie ,./

YYYr t of the State Colleges which we CALL and Waynn Seger, Mary Jane Milling Company ,, It:. '
M' af'd4M'
Relatives going to Jacksonville have ample opportunity to learn BurkeEx1erthaflg loban. Linda Shaw and Carol Ann \ l'

Tuesday to Attend the funeral of basic PTA and also many family floyyi.. On Monday Robin enteredthe JASPER, FLA. t

Mrs J. Meek Clark were Mrs R V and personal development classes. C. Peeksklll Hospital for tonsillec- "', -;: ,J" .
Dial, Mr and Mrs R C Dickinson, The State Conventions carry on the tomy. She is now at home and

Miss Whittle Dickinson, >+Irs Roger' business of the State, as a_ whole. Pbaoe 293-J Perry. Florida petting along fine. J 1'
Asbury. Jffr and 'Mrs James Con- Mrs Clyde Johnson brought;) out

way and son, Jimmy, Mrs Dial's that the PTA Is always lo sponsor r .. ', :y J

aon-ln-lavv and daughter Mr and study groups and workshops for : ,

Mrs Alfred Patton of Linden, Ind, the betterment of people. Mrs JIll,.1 1
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and Mr and Mrs Henry Dickinson. Johnson also brought to us the I

thought that no matter how much .. 4 ,<. ,

automation there gets to be in this .. '

world there had never been substitute ., Electric .
Need Be1a 1. FQ '
invented for a good parentWe 1
IMPORTANT In the fu_
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PrettringIncwieTax Tyr ture of our world. "'<.4..)Y .. 1c. way tecaok and heat water! .x ,.. "- .. \.

Mt Roy Flynn made an Interest ;
ing address on the advantages of > I I10.

educational TV. He said that ,

Summer School, May 9 would go f\ ..
Retns1 on regular schedule with educa-" 't t 4.P > ,:.;,. "t

tional classes. He also told us that I

Florida 'the most nearly coveredof '"

any state with the educational = Lr. /tV t .. t I

broadcast. He was certain that .. .
Television would play an Important \

part In the future education of our : .
children. We should Inform ourselves : -
k 1)) .
about it. !
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Mr Fansler, and his Glee Cub i : .

from the High School brought two ___ .
beautiful The young "
very songs. ,- }
people were good singers. Mrs 'dry -
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Smith and the Home EconomicsGirls
I lunch. .: .. .
served us a delicious
Mr Burch Cornelius was most ., ,,s' r 'l.'
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gracious in making arrangements l;
for' our comfort; and convenience. '
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,Giant Jumbo Hamburgers .in

G-in bun 40c. v. don' hw.
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*: cell e'.s.f. en oi.ehk rn.. and roho soh elclrk weter .

Candidates. 'Panhandling.- ,. heater is the only" wets hoftr ihot con be pJoctd toftfy 'v

Voters can't shake you down ywhrt In ywr........ H hat no exposed heating *Um.nl ,.b;t ." .\

when you talk to 'em in an E-R ; nsloires no liens e r Y.nK.r .

Ad. 1I..Je.. "*k Inca ate clan and coot too SAVE UP TO $50 : "
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Candidates-Strew your name HIGHWAY PHILOSOPHYDr
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all around the county with E-R 6 ..12Months

.. .. campaign cards, posters, cir Trooper Bill
The trip from the cradle to the
culars. Be sure to say some-
grave ts Just one short step. WatchIt
.... ;_ w I tiling! nice about yourself, even there, you pedestrians. Months
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if no one else will.PROPAGATINC.
The: good driver always steers Warranty
dear of traffic trouble. Money
PLANTSIf
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How many times*have YOU almost -
you'd like more plants of. Back On PumpGuarantee
had a wreck'watching HOW
certain favorite
specimen In your
; crazy some other driver was carry
yard, the chances are you can roota
softwood cutting from it," says ing on? and Parts
County Agent Rudy Hamridc "Mostof '
The 10 commandments for traffic
our ornamental plants can be
II safety should be nine "don'ts" anda
In
sALL propagated this way. "
"dodge.
Dr Tom Sheehan of the Ornamental .

..ItI. the Florida Horticulture Agricultural Department of I All to often, the feller whopreaches Get RUTH-BERRY & Forget your Pump trouble I
Expm-I traffic safety is an awful
ment Stations that .
says
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sinner. CHECK THESE UNCHALLENGED
: CANDIDATES-Don't throw your hat in the political season of the year is late spring or highway . .
early summer, when the wood startsto I
I. ring without having your photo printed in The E-R. mature. This Is usually 4 to 6 Spring is not too far away. Houseclean i PRACTICALLY IMPOSSIBLE TO FREEZE ANDo

Should you need a new picture, your E-R political photographer weeks after the spring flush of the. old benzine. burner early. .
will oblige, for a modest fee.WnIiyyoin' growth. BURST. .
Slow down feller, ,
Actually a twig willhave
young -
very
KEEP UP WITH POLITICSIN Can't seelYou're
the largest number of places you Cannot Lose Its Prime.

i THE E-R where roots will grow, called root on a trip,

primordlaT But it will lack stored To Eternity?. Will Pump Air and Shut off on Weak Wells.

E-R from Newsboys FORMER RESIDENT DIES food. A fuJly-mature twig will hare Safety suggestion from Bos*man
the least number of root primordia
t F-- and the maximum of stored food. H N Klrkman of the Florida Highway Completely Automatic-No Controls to Regulateor
Please DO NOT park In the Patrol Don't insist tad muchon
Sam Rutherford, a former Madi- :
This means that half-ma tfcred: wood
street and make your newsboy run sonian died suddenly,,apparently ofa is usually best for cutting*. your rights on the highway.They're Get Out of Order..
out Into the street to make a ttle. no good to you In a grave -
On such azaleas and
night plants as
heart attack Thursday
Kindly pull over to ,the curb. I ; From Shallow to Deep in just Minute.
Our newsboys have instruction Feb 25th at his home near Lakeland camellias lt is easy to select the a

*I to STAY OUT of the streets, and Mr Ruterford had a store wood Hamrick says, as It beginsto I BUSINESSMEN SOLD AND SERVICED BY
turn brown when it matures.
i we will appreciate your cooperating and filling station and cottages If you want customers every

'. with us AND THEM for' there. At one time he was a candi- But on colored other plants stems,that it U keep a little uniformly week in your store, tell 'em LITTLETON WELL DRILLERS

THEIR SAFETY. Thank you ver> date for Sheriff In this count more difficult to select the wood.i about, it in an E-R ad every
much. His brother, Willie Rutherford, I PHONE HU 3-6961, MADISON FLORIDA ,
I > Dr Sheehan says cuttings shouldbe I week.?'5.:, 'o, ? .}jJt 1 !1 .
NAVACO AWNIN'GS'HlhVERTON I and other members of the' family _at_least four to six inches long

SUPPLY COMPANY 1 from;: here, attended the: funeraL and should have three to four eels
of leaves. Remove the tower leaf .
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or pair of leaves so the cuttingcan i.a
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be inserted one to one-and-hal

,. l. IEWH'OMES. Inches into the rooting medium. The ; J
more leaves on the cutting the
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better-there is a good reason for
.No COMPROMISE
.., ., this. Each leaf is a "factor/* that
manufactures food for the plant; so .,
WOULD YOU BUILD A NEW HOME ON the more leaves, the more food. # .
YOUR LOT OR ACRE? ;. And the more. food manufactured, No need sacrifice big car quality for economy! One compact gives both,

NO MONEY DOWN CHECK THESE 1 the quicker the plant will root. THE LARK has luxurious interiors,tasteful appointments big-car
Take good care of the cutting from

;, 5 SILLS, NOT 3 ." ,.-;:. the time It is severed from the par- quality construction. % ..._., _
until "stuck". In ,the LARK a'choice all models of either
No. 1 FLOORING, NOT.No. 2 ent plant it I : ;). THE of all compacts,gives you In a '

No. 1 SIDING, NOT No. 2 medium, the county agent suggests 90 hp.six- lender engine(as economical as any)or the doubly powerful ,j.,
c The cutting must be kept from .. V-8.And The Lark eight comparable to the six in economy. .
2x8 FLOOR JOISTS, NOT 2x6 wilting as much as possible since *

., TERMITE SHIELDS excessive water loss is difficult 'to THE LARK, ]$ ctsisIessthanl5feetinlengtlrJitis ,"
> .. .. > ....... .. >, .* -V,' : **."*''** *"' 'If"'t: replace Take cuttings In the early '" shorter outside than alothercompacts.but inside it is.a true *.*. *"

..iSlEOSOTE..- ALL. SILLS and FLOOR..'JOISSAME""PRICE morning when the plants are turgid six-passengers-in-comfort car. ..
full of water Use a sharp knife "
'j AS OTHERS THAT USE NO.2 MATERIAL to insure a nice clean cut. (THE LARK, of all compacts offers all these automatic transmission,power '

'f "AND THREE SILLS As soon as the tip is severed from steering power brakes: Twin Traction differential,4-barrel carburetor,

the parent plant, remove the lower Hill-Holder,conditioning reclining seats,padded dash and many other
leaves, then place it on a piece of mechanical,comfort and safety features. ..
Up To 10 Years To Pay -, moist burlap or cloth. Fold the
THE LARK of all ,offers a full line choice of models-,
cloth over the cuttings to keep them compacts you compact '
: :t REMODEL AND ADDITIONS . 'from wilting All that remains is ....convertible e only one in the field and the lowest price U.S.made, ),.. :\;._./ 'l:|<"..

., to *xtkk" the cutting when you hardtop 2.doorsedan,4doorscdan,2-door wagon,4-loorwagon. ,
Get prices and specifications. from the rest Then you reach the DroDaeatkn frame. I J
:.Why compromise?Visit your Studebaker: Dealer and look at...
w will buy from Sparks Best.,,, Hamrick says any well drained
"- and well
aerated mf'dlum-such as
Our Satisfied customers are our GREATEST asset; here sand, rermiculite or gravel-will

is one and more will be mailed on request(' ,* ,. be suitable for rooting cuttings You w
... can use either conventional or mist
,t type methods. The length of time

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.. vary with the plant material, temperature
Hanson Florida and other /actors. When
the cuttings have 5 or more roots
February 11th 1960 -
** to 1 inch keg remove them
''' from the rooting medium and plant
: To Whom it may concern: them out or pot them. .. r
Sparks Best Homes built a three bed room borne for me last -. : 1 i:' 1
.:L CANDIDATES Rent aa adding
., summer, while I was.In the Lake City'Hospital and I am machine to total promises of sup- The Compact Without Compromise .

( 0 sure that should I have been'home It.could not have port from the deer ef'pULn1E E-R. .;. j .

been constructed any better, as Mr. Sparks .gives each STATE CANDIDATE HERE / -.. .

home built his personal supervision. TNB BYSTUOEBAK :.

Should any one be interested in a well-built home, I would Loran V Carlton of St Peters-

."" r be very happy to answer any letter that is mailed me as burl. who is a candidate for State .

l' I am satisfied with both material and construction, or Cammisskmer of Agriculture was

better .still, should you be in Hanson, our home is just a visitor in town Saturday for a .....
short while in the interest of his
; across from the 'Methodist Church. ,, caniidaey. Mr Carlton was accompanied SOT ua K sat mm ue-Aim Coma IUD u-oto MU! tr TOM ITUKBJUCBI DUL I'

:.. f Signed. : Rev. \V.'J. Bennett, by his campaign mama-
<;< "k' I sr ger, Howard Franklin, of Braden- d
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-- FRIDAY, MARCH"'U.'lHO; THE OJTERPR1SEJU500RDER, HAIflSOJT, FLORIDA PACK THIRTEEN',

Wildews T the American Constitution 'i was,. >\ the explosion of a quantity of
lWar like iae7 +ery..express1\'e"A, ., powder while in attendance at the
feet Instrument.* May It "exist 'for- flr ng of the morning salute.
1 Yesterday ever2;| However, the sentiment1 of Among those who departed from
r rcrisaent I rI .: licna)J'i< rights JWAs shown rattferclearly. were Mr 0 M Lee the orator COMPLETE ROOM.Sjj4fJm
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The Great Patriot'c! Celebration of" in 'the toast to liberty.6 and of the day; Dr JdSIW stcott rapt

1851 equal. rights to ,alL, ;Tbe.t1vq-ib-, C C Coffee, aaa W
.r Ject' 0( .our- institutions. We &An Call Their rem t1a Mi.E. of
Covered with the marks? of honorable age, a slim volumrefef of the regular'toasts yar Each "oX these sp akrrl"* spoke In f :
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today in the. archives! of ThT FloriAa' t yomenj* and fdeseVvw spedanoSf tmpjLt ontd praise t>? the American IC&tS&nblf [ ,M"1':
StateUbagj' very reatMe 4f r: jf A 4mdertook. to Incorporate U isentiment ; .
the pass irfd1mos i. trttle Wnor )y uinjr 'f Vty ..p' seems ton
'It.- an\WInal fprin ";''' w',' is saowha\ obscure, hate ex& port of y frrrat'$atrio I but :will repay J refnl 'scrutiny. The Rights' A AP claUoa. One gentlemen> "
held at fdfarouCburt Itlswe' '-'yl' toast:Vas Woaten fe* mtchytgman said,i "Southern Rights')AsiocUtien. Ittlwill. ;
4, 185.r r.ni tt"elr )he .Mt e i jmay long:: for PEACE? -)et talk J&*:that U all" Another Icetrbran 1
of T11F1jD11ffiA: >8y mil delight in having faif women' in, ? drew on 'his classical education ,
J CllibtJJt Jtrmi This gracious :and romantic and.'e. htt toast. to tAeuaocfation .
e /earlyx"pari: of" the expression of sentiment ''seems to! ,In Lath, "Vox: et.pcv
gives Ahe lackground- ele i-1.1.?|nets xtfee: '='fcey'::-><, .Jfecthe history; T",t&;;r:7" '**I ibist';" .appears to-be; ""JGutts of :
heart-warming, events to follow: The Volunteer Toasts words-but nothing else. "
"The morning of the 'glorious fourth' Following the regular toasts, the i In the afterlight of more than acentury )
broke upon us with a bright, clear meeting, now open to all celebrants of hatorymak1ncmts, ,
sic)', and a cool, refreshing,breeze. speeded up In tempo. Very au Imaginative person passing the .
The clock had scarcely given evidence little reading is required to deter. Court House today can almost see FURNITURE
that the morning, so big with mine that there was an ominous the festive crowd gathered around
interest to the Union had dawned, shadow resting over the minds of the barbecue table on the east side _. .
when the roar of cannon, and the the celebrants. This was the }fear of'the square. Beyond every possible ,, J JfA.
pirit-stirringfife and drum arousedour I I that the Northern Abolitionists, doubt the people there assembledwere > : ,... .
drowsy 'dtizens from their comfortable now gathering strength and increasIng very earnest very consden- ., ,,"" .. ;t" ; #I
repoSe:" in clamor, would be successful tictify very sure that they were
Procession Marching in freeing the slaves. Therefore right No doubt passed over their .128 Nr-Paiferson Vadosta{ Ga CH 2-1515 ? !>;
The narrative then'tellsjpf;"a large considerable sentiment was expressed minds as to their ability to defend 4 H I
crowd being formed into a procession denouncing the.abolitionists and up their position hithe public forumor *** *"** **
in front of the courthouse holding state's rights. It should be If need be. on the field ol
at 11:30 a. m. under the guidanceof kept in mind that Madison County battle. Still looking far to the .
John H Patterson, Marshal of I had approximately 4,200 slaves at North one could see the figure, : $299.OO
the day. The procession with people that time owned by 264 plantationand gaunt and drawn of Abraham Lincoln -

from all over the area, Jed. by ";J farm operators. scion of the common people,
band of musicj" I marched to; I the I rMr Pinson .mounted the.speaker's and hear him solemnly pronounce .
Methodist church located in that day platform and gave this toast one prophetic sentence, "A. house' .

on the present :site of:"St. Vincent's .'Gentlemen, let the' agitation of the divided against itself cannot stand." -. .. 8-PIECB BEDROOM -GROUP . .. . . $169.93
Catholic Church abolition question cease, and when Lessons from the Past Dresser and Mirror, Bookcase Bed Chest, Innerspring
At the church: :an :Invocation was our members of Congress met may These wonderful people of 1851 Mattress Box Spring 2 Pillows and ..
Bedspread. -
they throw it under thetable and put actuated '
given by Reverend Gardiner, the by high motives and Ira. ,, .
Declaration' Independence was their feet on it" Mr Sam Stevens tidied by fearless hearts, served .
supported Mr Pinion with the state- both their day and
read: by Captain C C Coffee followed posterity cora '
by "Hall Columbia" by the ment, "The Union-with the integ mcndably well Still it must be -.a.
Band An eloquent discourse wasdelivered rity of the Constitution; resistance remembered as this Patriotic Cele- '!f.'I
by 0 M Lee, orator ol against Federal or state aggressionon iration rises in memory before us t; .
the day, which was followed by I state's rights." It remained for I that ten years later they with
another number from the Band, Mr J G Putnam, ESQ. to carry the their Southern brethren of like
."Yankee Doodle. j i subject to its supreme heights, "The I sentiments, were rushing headlonginto
The company then dispersed and I abolitionists of the North and the I the carnage of battle and the 'It.'
f returned to the Court House where I Ultras of the South-the first shouldbe Ii roar of the cannonade. Love of I L
E the ladies "were served a hand- deported to their brethren in UnIon had given way to the tumultuous
some lunch" In the Court House, Africa and the latter kept in I passions of bloody conflict M
"Whilst the men ate barbecue In straight-jackets until returning -What is the key to this changeIn IL
the shade of the Court House un- I sanity becomes manifest"The views Taunted by the abolitionists -
der the superintendence and manage. meeting further increased in gradually losing place In the
ment of the venerable and patrioticC fervor and in eloquence. Toasts were council of the Federal Government
H Shipp Esq.!' given: by Mr Lucius Church, John our Southern people, more and i
The celebration was marked by Townsend .EsQ.. J ;Beasdn, Mr : more, developed a sectional loyalty
high-keyed outpourings, of warm., Thomas Beasley Mr Josh A Kemp, that transcended the love of Union. '
sentiment After "the ,meats were Mr G C Lynch, Mr L I J :Morris, Mr At Its base lay an economic con
removed,"*the' regular toasts; thirteen E G Barker, Mr James+Barnett* .flict The South was nurtured: by : I
in number, were announcedby Mrs Martha Gillis, Mrs Jane Hank. the growth of cotton which, In turn, _
S R Sessions, Esq, President of Ins, D C ,Barker, Captain N P rested on human slavery. w

; the day or, in our present day Willard. George W Call, Mr Honey- Opposition to .abolition, at first an ,. :
terminology, Toastmaster." The cutt, Mac Humphries, D Smith T I almost imperceptible note, grew 's' ic :
volume states that the affair reminded C Rybon John H Thornton S H !with the passing years and reacheda %
all that "it was a great Bunker, J J Edwards, J G Morris, point of near-fanaticism. Finally,, .
glorious, and an immortal day." David Gorntos, Esq., Major Con- perpetuating slavery and states'
Sentiments Eloquently Spoken din, Iodiah Warren, Capt Langford rights became preferable to perpet-
The thirteen regular toasts, most Samuel R Sessions, Col S Spencer, uating the Union, and: the Southerners -
eloquent, were given one each* to and others. stood ready to back the choice
the following: the day we celebrate. The case for States' Rights .was with their blood. .The grave error
the signers of the Declaration of .Independence stated -admirably by MaJ. Condin, was of course, resting .away of life
the original 'thirteenstates "The Rights ", of the, 'South as on a negation.. Vigor and sound
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General Washington, the guaranteed to us by'the Constitution welfare must ever rest on affirmations
heroes of the Revolutionary War, -we will contend for them ud< of the human spirit and not on
the Women of the Revolution the, demand their faithful performance- :,! merely being against -something;
United States, the American Constitution and. should .it ever :'become necessary Sound public life 'cannot be maintained *
Freedom of,\(;Speech, and for us'' to seek redress In any through 'a. defensive! holding.
Opinion. Liberty and Equal Rightsfor other way than'tbrough the usual operation ..rr
All the President of the United manner, without mincing words, .we In our day we are called to be "
States the Governor of the State: will rely upon strong arms and stronger for Democracy than we ,
of Florida and Women. All of these stout hearts to maintain our rights, are to be merely 1nst Common r
toasts centered on the lofty theme i as did our revolutionary sires, whose ism. In our struggle for ,spiritual,
of loyalty to the United States achievements we celebrate this day" adT&nce.'e must be devotedly for w. .. d
.. Government. The toast to the United The toast by Mr A H Matthewsto Christianity and not rest our case B 4a
States was "Freedom's hallowed I Dr John Westcott is accompaniedby solely on being against sin and unbelief -
home, and a refuge to the oppressed an Interesting note, 'Unable to In manifesting heroic patriotIsm -
from every clime." The salute to! be present from an Injury received. we must give first place not I },

F ......... to detesting high taxes bureaucracy I
political corruption, ani pub
lie mismanagement but to loving 5-p eceDinette s .
THE YIELD IS UpON SAVING AT and supporting our wonderful country t ;
e even as we work aggressivel Suite ; 1-
to alleviate all abuses.
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! : VALDOSTA FEDERAL Let Us, however, look back once P
....f' the celebration and $59.95
n 1 more to great
' .' ANNOUNCING-- .... .. J. .: I"" "" close with a tOae ft< ghcn.by Miles .. e.
Warren who has left his honored
v name to noble descendants now living -
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MA Union of lakes a Union of lands,
A Union that none can sever s -
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EJ EDWTN R BROWNING

PLEDGES SERVICE FRATERNITY You can get[ it with

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1_ -M. .j Junior at FSU. has recently been credit at Dowiings

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L"f FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST national service fraternity. Ragans. a
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GREENVILLE MAN CELEBRATES'

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ADS Without A1smmousYOMEN neglecting your familyyou W EVells-of Greenville SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.

can earn good money
in celebrated his 90th birthday with
representing Avon Cosmetics
your spare time. Write AVON a family dinner at his home. His ,109 S. PATrERSON STREET .;,:.

I COSMETICS, Box 3103 MSS, children Carl and family and :Mrs n' jt $ VALDOSTA, ] '"

Tallahassee, Fla. Dot McNair, an of Jacksonville .
Machine Repair urse
Mrs Louise Joyner of Jefferson GEORGIAfj

County, and Mrs Ruth Day and
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W. 6. Dtns, k.t LIVE STOCK AUCTION, Edwin and .family, all of Greenville .: New Machines $ .: ,up
SELL your cattle and bogs in our -enjoyed this special occasion
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE! : WANTED
t auction each Monday. Sales start at1a0. with him Other dinner guests be-
ACREAGE r.ATtiB CALL VALDOSTA CH 4.-2304 COLLECT
J MONTICELLO STOCKYARDS sides the family included
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL Mr and
I ESTATES RESIDENTIAL Oak ad Hkkwy Montkello. Fla.Registered Mrs Bill Moulton and children and Service in 24 Hours -
: M. Angus bulls for sale
APPRAISALS r.a ;*r Milton Reed and Bill lodge, all
at all t1mea.GIRARDIN
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE 7 of Valdosta; G F Andrews; Mr and
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TITLE' Mn Jesse i
Thlgpen, Rev and Mrs
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112 West Bate Street .../ Richard Irwin Uk Cited
Friot. Mr and Mrs R F By
MADISON. FLORIDA ""*: s ANY AMOUNT JEWELERS '
,.. Hamrick and Tires
Phone HU 3-6277 Mrs H 0 Thompson. Goodyear $12J5
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O.REAIBJR. For Following the dinner, Mrs W E Farm Magazine
t I' "T FOR SALE' ;*, Wells and the children held Open 679 x 15, All-Weather, tube-typ;
SILVER CRYS'T'ALDIAMONDS
CHINA
1 .OJ- .r.... PHONE 2861 ,JEWELRY House honoring Mr Wells. plus tax and recappable tire.
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1959 Model ;3-bedroom m asoGREENVILLE ,:-.. EXPERT REPAIRING An arrangement of pear blossoms Birmingham Ala-IrwIn Ulm
1 home. Corner lot. 5%% FLA. nasturtiums and daffodils graced Florida's lUte 4-H corn production MESS ERBattery&TireCo.

Looks good and is good with pay the refreshment fable whore MtWells' champion for 1959, has been cited
ments only $71 per month. Cash 1 E I by the. Progressive farmer in Us
NO CLOSING'COST, NATIONAL granddaughters served calk .
to Mortgage
J '.. BRIDAL punch nuts and mints. March issue. The sfory of his work ;
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i BrMek n.p&J Help Hdp Bet SERVICEVALDOSTA : The table, overlaid with lace, with corn is told in a feature'' -
held article appearing in the magazine's
I r rYes a four-tiered cake frosted in DRAMA GUILD FORMEDAT .
t t.(1 l REALTOR Help is wanted at the GA. white and embossed with yellow Youngfolks section. The article NFJC l,
r Phone Office HU 3-6461 roses and the word "Granddaddy follows: -
White Drive-In. If
Residence HU 3-6481. Mae. Top you area in Florida's state 4-H corn championfor
i green and gold A gold 90 The
VA No. Patterson Masquers Drama Guild, a.
MAEHfrfrN, FL&mOA waitress or night cook, don'twalk topped the cake.A 1959: was Irwin Ulm. He is the newly-formed organization at the

FOR SALE House 2% miles north but run to the WHITE crystal: punch bowl encircled son of Mr and Mrs A C Ulm ofMadison North Florida Junior ,College: held

of Madison near Valdosta high TOP, and say, WHAT'S THE J.D. ScruggsFORESTLH with fern and red camellias completed County Irwln's yield was II its second meeting February 23,

way. JESSE,MOORE HU 3-6898. DEAL, MR. HERRITT. the setting. Miss Martha 120 bushels per acre. I960 to adopt a constitution and to ,
26-2t-ch Wells of Jacksonville cut the cake "Bad weather cut my yield," said 1 1IrwiD. select the first play. The Masquerswill

HELP WANTED REGISTERED SURVEYOR and Mrs Calvin WeDs of Madison He produced 101.7 bushels': present several dramatic pro*

FOR SALE: Twin Oaks Grocery OPPORTUNITY Ph. HU3C1BSMADISON presided At the punch bowl per acre In 1958 and has had high 1 dactfons, beginning with the play

ana living quarters. Grossing Please pass this ad on to a teacheror FLA. Spring garden flowers were used yields each of the five, years he "Riders to the Sea."
DWIGHT II
$45,000 yearly. Call someone who wants to earn In has had corn as one of his projects.
CUPPETT, at HUnter 3-6545 or money now or this summer. This For your grinding and mixing the reception hall where Miss Irwin Florida 200-3 K Officers for the Masquers are:

HUnter 36865. 27-2t-pd position pays up to $1500 during on your farm, call WEST Sarah Wells another granddaughter planted I Earlene Schlotthauer, Wellborn
r and pounds per acre in 44-Inch rows President
summer or equivalent now. person Miss Marcia Moulton of ; Yvonne Parker, Perry
must have education, good, standing END MILLING COMPANY, Valdosta kept the guest register. 30 inches apart in the row. He Vice President; Virginia lkeJ.J.Perry .

FOR( ALE in the community and desirous of Quitrnan, Ga. Call phone 4971 Approximately 100 guests called broke the land in February, planted Secretary; Nancy Tibbalsv

interesting opportunity. Right person collect.JOHNW.WADSWOR1H. daring the appointed hours to extend April cultivated twice in April )Madison Treasurer; and Jo Ann

210 Farm-large 3 bedroom can start part-time and work in congratulations and best and harvested in September. Irwin Jones,. Mace lenny, Publicity Chair
acres his community. Write in confidence: wishes applied 1,200 pounds 412.12 fertilizer -
to the honoree. man James Moncrief is Coach.
1 Bath home approx 23 acres In give details and tel No. to R. R. and sidedressed with 40
good terms. PAGE. 1143 St., Jacksonville
pines Mary I pounds* ammonium nitrate on Are you peddling insurance

CHERRY LAKE 7, Fla. 28-lt-ch Registered Setey< Mrs C A BUbck had eye surgery second plowing. tranquilizers, shoes, or automobiles
11.6 land, large 3-
Approx acres:
t HELP WANTED Friday morning at Pineview
? Keep the public informed

1 Bath. Price Phone HU 3-2372
home,
bedroom : Have Business. Families Hospital. Friends
your own will be glad to Miss Judy Davis, a student at
8,500.00. In Madison are your Customers. MADISON. FLORIDAMrs know she Is of your valuable ser.
Improving satisfactorily Mercer University, who Is now interning
<3tt acres, land,,3 Bedroom home, Over 200 Household Necessities. Carroll Smith, Mrs Annie but wffl be In the hospital for In the school system at vices with an inexpensive

f 1 Bath. Large Living room and Write The W T RAWLEIGH CO. Cobb and Hiss Myrtle DeMffly. of some time Her sister! KIss Beatrice Albany Ga spent the weekend weekly ad in The E-R, saying
terms DEPT. FAB-140-554<<, Memphis,
dining room. Price $7,500.00 Tcnn. 26-3t-pd. Tallahassee were visitors Sunday Griffin, and Mrs Carroll with her parents Mr and Mrs W B nice things about local folks'

t to be ,arranged.LUCWDY. with Mrs Fred Hardee. Blalock have been at her bedside. Davis Jr. since 1865. ,
WANTED: White woman, 455, ._- ,
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; ) J. YAJOJER urgently needed to care for M Orae ....................... ." '
I u.rlae owrsrraa-r 1M'he o aa t.. ft7.r ..r aw sue,,lICe tv-lie get sow parr.....WoollyAucn ..': w
i elderly J gentleman in Live Oak .
.i Realtor E Base St. Madfcon Fla. Call Collect Live Oak t
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r' Center Phone HU 36848. t '
23.26,27. After Feb 27 write Mrs :

rt FOR'"'SALE. Two': se t!_ohs. ,JW WILBUR* WALKER-v Uvqe tQaks f'b- "nr.....
cooketsCfc: ctedition. IL. "'!;" "
: tobacco :feed .,; 1". : I .
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[.1 Madison, ,1.1 27.tpdII man. Phone or write TONEY ; ll'r-- _4gii'r :; ;

BEFORE SSL1G ;ye r. timber BUILDERS, INCX PO Box" su: I .,. ., k1,! ./...
or timber load. pJwee see me. We Lake City, Fla. Phone 3736. _
II l are also interested. >n' baying a 225-tf-ch

i limited amowtt of Ftee-bardwo h ." Yv
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pulpwood delivered by truck to LOST: Villerauce 'wrist watch with "
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{ Foley, Fla.. or loaded on R H cars. leather band Reward. CHARLES .ij'l" "

!', See write or 'can STOUT, HU 3-6975. 27-lt-ch "'o jj, :,
L P. GIBSON : '" ''_ "

Rt. 3. Madison Florida Notices ... ': "c: i
Phone Cherry Lake, 8363 ". .. :
FOR RENT '! .furnished apartt' ; '\ ...'... :'
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(A modest charge is made for
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EDGERLY, HU 36128. 28-3t-pd public notices in this column). r :"
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment.

p Apply H. T. HOLTON, SR.Phone 'j:' .' y :iv L4 i w-0A- b ," ,
HU 3-2254. 26-tt-ch ,.. -
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3 building on South Range street.

Available now R C DICKINSON.HU ? '
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HU 3-2517 2..1 -cht repairing done by set OPEN THE ONE-PIECE TAILGATE-SEE THE

t FOR RENT: One down-stairs furnished '
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apartment 928 South WIDE

f Range St. Phone Hu 36408. INSIDE ,

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'Mrs G 0 Purvis. -
DIFFERENCE IN A CHEVY WAGON I IQtery .
t -Need a baby sitter? Call JUDY ....

I BURNETT, HU 3-6329. 27-2t-ch wagon*are widest where wad shoes ace room for Ulky lo dI.M Widest _

_" should be-with the widest seating, the choice of eaSl'nestOd traocmtMloos-21eomttnatiau

widest e&rJO.pace and the widest choice ill eQ to gift you peak performance _
W We know how to diagnose your of power teams art the low-price field oriel t11111Wl floaJ..FaD Coil -r _

i"u POLES. PULPWOOD TVs Ills and cure 'em fast Check soy of the fire handy,handsome springs that ride right loaded or fight- _

f SAW TIMBER new model at your dealer You won't ao ocher wagon: Mar Chtrjr't price and uegenila

!' will buy In bulk or on piece basis PTMAN find these versatile advantages in anyGiber the lamps triA coil spring!etaOfoof See Conralr for the wider wide difference _
See Us Before You Sell ; wagon: near Chevy size and price! arm.More road and ramp clearance -

Half* Mrwiri Ci. TELEVISION KYKE r M widest seating, front and rear*p to sac cat solar fall toad over beeps end in compact can! .

401 E Stevens St a lull 3.1 incftey rider i front *pto4J2incftet gnJa tri&oat temping cunpm. Truly Envy Corcairgicttyou a olddown nor .,

,' Phone Madison. HU 3-6672 We Repair M the n sr.R Widevt cargo area-.&c .practical paaeager modd-trilh roomynarfadng teat for extra storage space-at not a '
or Write d-Playera-AutomobDe Radios load platforaCs a ttboppixg S34 fern aids, "third teat penny extra. And this Is only one of

'. u. BOX 31, PERRY. FLAt A FeW Choice SelectionsIN daigned for a xidcr variety of cargo, aa3 electric roU-dotm tCH many advantages youWJind in no other .

WANTED: Short Order cook Hours USED TV SETS .Wideat area bet+reea.rbed boa.iapmJr irindctr. compact our in the land
Work guaranteed satisfaction:
4 to 10.p.. J1. Monday .throughThurrdey
t PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE .
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and Saturday nights. HILLCREST YOU" See kcal ulJzori''J Cherrold dealer deals '
your for fast delivery favorable :
DAIRY HU 36400. ::
BAR Phone 9481 Qulfeaan, Ga. .
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Bud4y Tfflman Charles Rogers .
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WANTED: To rent :* spot to park vMr and Mrs C E Petree have returned ;* -

trailer for about.*. month with to their home at Cherry ; CAHTEY MOTOR COMPANY

sewer and electric ,facilities. Lake, after a .month's visit with ,

CECIL BEUGNOTr General De- their son-in-law and daughter, ){rand

livery, Madison, Fla 27-lt-pd Mrs Guy Dednza. In Miami. 112 W., Base St. Madison, Florida HU 3-2293 r .

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PROPERTIES

CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JEHOVAH WITNESSES' I I

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preaching service everySunday' 118 N. Orange St. Phone HU 3-6355 I Patient important

jfyfE WELCOME YOU: MEETINGS> :
f* A preaching Setylce every Sunday NEW ELECTRIC 10-KEY
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1st.and 3rd Sundays 11OOa.. m. Bible Study: Wednesday,730 P. M.
2nd*and '4th Sundays %; s7:30'p/in.; ,, morning1st Service Meetings Friday 7:00 P.-M. ."Me666SCHWINN Factor in Recovery: ADDING MACHINES
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**.* *,-** and 3rd Sundays 10:00.a..ta: Ministry School
S ridayJ School each : Friday 8:00 P. M VICTOR
2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 xn. '. ..... .. . $171.00
Sunday at 10:00 a: m., ou Watchtower-Bible Study From
Prayer Service each Sunday School every Sunday Sunday 7:00 P. M. Stroke BURROUGHS ;. .. 209.50
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a, m. Kmgdom Seekers welcome.No BICYCLES
Wednesday 8:00 p. m. CLARY . .:
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Franchised Dealers & Service
Family Night r.covered I Hi 2nd and 4th Sundays 1000 a. m. Collection Taken.:

dish supper,' ;Friday *" Family Night Covered Dish Sapper HOWERTON SUPPLY CQ" It is possible to lead. a satisfyingand ODHNER . .. .. 259.50

before jst Sunday, 7:3aM' m. Friday night after second Sunday Candidates-Strew your name THURSDAY :MARCH "' useful* ; life after.'n stroke even. yOTALIA .. ....... 259.00
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Woman's Society of "j every month promptly at 7:00 p. m. alter a severe one.
Christian 'Serviceme4tsTJttusday Worn.tn's. Society pf Christian Service ] all around the county with E-R Read J2hn 19: 5-30 But 'whether a person does or plus fed. and state tux

!after rfl4. 41...,J. ,. .meets, on Monday night jafter campaign cards, posters, cir -v'V-y, does not says ,the FJorida''JIeart THEENTERPRISERECORDER
Jesus knowing that all things "Association: depends to great extent ,
Ist ?Sunday 8:00 p.'m.. third Sunday at 7:30 'p. m. culars. Be sure to say something a
Methodist Men'Club meets were now, .a.ccomplihed- the .on his will to recover and his
The y thocnsttm'
Club meets
alternately with Rocky : nice about :yourself; even scripture might be f fLIUilkd. with, I desire to be Independent. HU 3-6361
Springs Tuesday after alternately with Cherry Lake on If no one else wilL thirst (John 10:2SL.)" *. There are other important factors .

4th 'Sunday .8:00 p.,m. Tuesday after the 4th :Sunday We rightly-think that tine salvation too says the Heart Associa-
8:00: p. m. of man means above all thesahrattotf'TtfrJs tion. For example, rehabilitationmust
Official .Board meets JLst Fed- SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULE 'I NEVER HAVE TIME TO READ
J1e day each, even numbered month The Official Board meets each W M A F soul '*' '- begin as soon after a stroke

after 'prayer service. month, following the supper, on "730A.M. Gospel Music Chrirt U also! h 'savfasr of the as possible. This Includes exercisesto -

Commission on Education meets Family: ;Night '7:55 News l body. He HiirUeU! b d.a.lx; >>dy.When retain the flexibility of,the joints The Alabama Librarian. offers \

iFf Wednesday each odd numbered P. JZ; ROWELL S. S. Supt. i 8.-00 Baptist Hour : He lived ill' the .flesh He knew and to help prevent deformities. these suggestions to those people
month after ,service. MRS. what it meant to be tired. He be Speech training may also be who
prayer W.'W. CATLEDQE. Tress 8:30 Gospel Made are suffering from mental
JAMES SHEFFIELD S. Supt: came hungry and thirsty. His words"I necessary and this too should'begin .
dB., DAVIS PASTOR 9:00 Revival Time malnutrition because (they belongto
THOMAS SURLES, HARRY M. 9:30 thirst" were not of little signifl- I early in the recovery stage.
Gospel Concert that
COCHRAN, Asst's. Lee -Methodist Charge 10:00 News' once: but a part of His sacrifice The Florida Heart Association, "I group of citizens who say'
for us. I concerned with the fatalistic attitude never have time to read"jX
,C. B, DAVIS. Pastor. REV. E W McDOUGAL Pastor 10:03 Sunday Serenade
.- 'LEE:'METHODIST CHURCH loss: Prelude We need not think then that some people have about Talk less. I
'FIRST' BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching Every Sunday 11:00 to Worship the things we need for our bodiesare Strokes, points out that many 2, Carry a book in your bag.

.' GREENVILLE, FLA. 1st and 3rd Sundays 12:00 News Morning Worship. sinfuL 11 is not sinful to enjoy stroke victims have recovered and 3. Put a book under your pillow

Sunday School ........._ 10:00 A. M. ...' .:' 11:00 a. m. Md7:00p.i. 12:15 Afternoon Melodies our meals. We may drink when continued to lead productive lives. at night; if you can't sleep, read
Morning Worship .....- 11:00 A. M. Sunday School Every ; 1225 Neat thirsty. When we are tired it is For example, Louis Pasteur, the 4. Wake up fifteen minutes earlier
Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday 10:00 no sin to sleep. great French scientist, did some of
a. ra.
1:00
Afternoon Melodies morning
every and read.
.;, Evening Worship -?-, 7:30 P. M. Methodist: Youth Fellowship 1:30 However we need not be we his best work in the 27 years after
Prayer Meeting Wed., 7:30 P., M. 6 ) Afternoon Melodic must not be slaves to our bodies. be suffered a severe stroke.A 5. Keep a book handy to pick up
: Op.
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Serenade In Blue
DOa SEARCY. Sunday School Supt. It55 News It oar' spirits are being ruled over stroke occurs when the blood while dressing or on the phone.
HANSON METHODIST CHURCH HICKORY GROVE CHURCH '2:00 by our bodies It is necessary to I supply to a part of the brain tissueis 6. Have a book handy when meet.

.. Preaching Services every .First Preaching; 2nd and 4th Sundays 230 Musical Hour o: Decision light bravely against that tyranny cut off This Is most often caused lug unpunctual people. I

and 'Third Sunday, 11:00 A. bLand 11:30 am and 730 pm 2:55 News Sunday- We hato subdue the power of by a clot that blocks an artery in 7. Take along a. ,book when going

7:00 P. M. Sunday School every Sunday 3:00 Musical Sunday our bodks: u Jesus subdued His the[ brain. The clot may have formed i to the dentist, doctor or lawyer.
Sunday School every Sunday 1030 when lie lived In the ffesh. inside a hardened artery or it may:
am 8.
Keep unread book
3S5 SeW'i an In
1030 A. M. PRAYER: 0 God I thank Thee' have been carried into the brain: your I
,, ." Family' Night Saturday. before PINE. GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 4:00.c:5S 'New Sit Panda' for saving me that 1 am Thine. oy the blood stream from some car in case of traffic jams or a

Every second 'Sunday 4:00 P. ;;M. --" May I remember that my body is other part of the body. A stroke wait for repairs.

REVi C, M. SAPPINGTON,,pastor Preaching every Sunday 530 5:00 .Headllnet Music At, Sundown A, Weather the temple of the Holy Spirit# When may also be caused by the bunting 9. Never go on a journey in a

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 533 -: the hour of my departure out of of a diseased blood vessel with. public! conveyance without a

HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship ...::0. 11:00 A. M. 'PROGRAMS Ska: SUBJECT Oft : TO ttli world come, let me with joy fcding into the brain tissue. book:\oufmight f I notf iilre Jyour '
Sunday School 10:00 A. M. } x.. ',.
Sunday 630 CHANGE be clothed, with a spiritual body With their blood supply cut off. sea mate; :
Evening BTU P. M wrra'ouT Nona ::
Morning Worship __ UOOA. M.
without wrinkle. In the the cells Involved cannot
spot or nerve
Evening Services 7:30 P. M 10. Remember that a book in the
Baptist Training Union 630 P. M.' blessed Saviour's name. Ammo function. When this happens the
Evening Worship P. !ItldkJ..week Prayer Meetlag,,, W 1 hand is worth two in the book. i
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;" ', : :1'1:00':: P. X. DliyPr.. 5 THOUGHT FOR THE DAY -: part of the body controlled by lThthH \
Prayer Service 730 P. M. W JMMLS, S S Superintendent Christ redeems my life from destruction -, these nerve cells ceases to function cage
Brotherhood last Thursdayof .J ;ARTHUR CRUCE: WHAT 1230 ON YOU BIAL and makes my body a oo,;ThJs, Is why a stroke may cause !
'Training vl 1
each month at.i... '730 P. M. ; tDlreetr.
C.-OOAJi. Sip On > I temple of the living God. difficulty In speaking or Inability to
WMU every second and fourth 6:02 FJa. Farm Hr. j TOIVO RAJAMAA (Finland) walk or even' loss of memory. 'It r

Tuesday, 7:30 pm. ESN1BT GURR Minister 625 World & State New [World-wide Bible Reading-Acts depends on what part of the brain'

V. L. SINGLETARY. S. S. SUPt. _weLcOME 6..::0 Fla. FanS Hour 24:1-27 Is affected.
JIMMY LAMB B. T. U. Director NEW HUMS. IIIrPTIT'CHUftCH,TO 8:45 Rudy Hjtmrfdc, The effects of a stroke may be ABOUl MORE I

REV. LEWIS D. HUGHEN, Pattor r ..' (Man. Wed Fit) KEEP UP WITH POLITICS very slight or they ma.t.be severe..

628 World New IN THE E.R They may be temporary or they
\'Come .
Wonblp With Us INSURANCE?
WELCOME TO 7:03 State New ; '.may be permanent. This too depends ,
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 7:05 ALL CANDIDATESPleaselet deal which brain
Coffee With Ray a great on .
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Morning Worship .. 11:00 A. M
Sunday School -_ 10:00) A. M Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. U. 7:45 World Newt us have your political ads ceIL have been damaged, .how wide.
Morning Worship ._ 11:00 A. M. 7:50 State Newt' spread the damage Is and how
Eve te Worship 730 P. )L by TUESDAY NOON at the
Training Union ......_ 6:30 P. M. T35 :> Weather Newt .. effective in the body's own repair
Mid-week Prayer Service 730 P. M.
Evening Worship ._. 7:30 P. M. Brotherhood 8:00 Offee with Ray latest Thanks. THE E-R. ,system.
4th P.
Prayer Meeting ................ 730 P. K. FricSay.-7JO ILLJack I 9:00 Morning iJevotions Sometimes other. arteries near
Pickles S. S. Supt. BOOKMOBILE SCHEDULE
Church Business Meeting First Sim 705 Musical Interbde FOR the site of- damage enlarge. and
Andrews _. B. T. U. Director ? 'FEBRUARY AND MARCR IN
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l Wednesday night of eatislis ont1. REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor, 9:80 Music Unlimited MADISON COUNTY take over part of the function of i
:: Brotherhood and W.MU. Second I 10.OO News the clogged artery In this: way
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Thursday night of each month CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 10:05 Music Unlimited many of the temporarily affected .
i Preaching Services Every Sunday CHURCH 10:30 Music Unlimited February 4, February 18, March 3-, nerve cells are often able to

Come Worship With Us. 11:00 Music Unlimited March 17, March 31 recover Other brain cells lacking

;, REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor Preaching Services every Sunday 11:15 Pubilc'Serrlce Hanson 10:00-10:45 an adequate blood supply, may die.
Homing Service 11:00 A. K: 1120 Record Session Plnetta School 1030-12:55 Some times other areas ot 1he

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH EvenIng Service *7:30 P. ){. 12:00 World News Mrs Martha Johnson, Librarian brain are able to take over the I
I REV. I. T- CARTER Pastor Sunday School every Sunday at 12:15 P.H. Noontime Notes Pinetta Post Office lO Services every Sunday 10:00 A. M.' 12:30 Talk Of The Town: Cherry Lake School-10 O5-1130 cells. When this happens or when:

Sunday School .........._ 10:00 A. M BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. 12:40 Uncle Ned Pinetta Quitman Crossroad nerve cells recover, the part of the I 1

Morning Worship! ......-11:00; A. ,M. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday 12:45 State New 1135-12:00 body affected by the stroke may
:: Training Union .-....., 7:00 P.'M. at 730 P. M.. 12:50(; % Farm News Greenville School- :1S3:1Slofts gradually improve or even returnto
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# Evening Worship JLr 8:00 P. M. Brotherhood first Thursday b. every 12:55 Weather News Elizabeth Howell. Librarian normal Thus a paralyzed muscle

Prayer. Meeting .JT730 P. M. month at "730 P. M. .1:00 HfflbUly Hit Parade. Greenville Post Office 3:20-3:43 may recover strength, lost speech
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February 11, February 25 March
Everybody Wek te. 1:5 News may come back and impaired
i MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST REV. J. ft. COlXINS. Put= 2:00 Gospel Time 10, March 24 memory'may be restored. .
CHURCH %:30 Public Service St Regis Nurseries11:20.11.43Lee Enough If known about strokos. .

REV. JACK LAMB __ Pastor MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST,. 2:45 Afternoon Melodies School-12:00-3:00 says the Florida Heart Association.! .
.' S. R. Sapp _. Chairman Board of 701 South Raafee I 255 World & State News Mrs Martha Johnson LibrarianLee to offer hope and help- to'the stroke

'. Deacons. Sunday Bible Study .,,10.-Op A. M. 3:00 Afternoon Melodies Post Offtea-3.-05-330 patient Every stroke patient hasa C. L
Daly Bailey ...._. B.T.U. Director Lord's Supper andEdification 3:.' Public Service February' 12 February 26, March bright outlook because of what QUICK I

Leroy Cruse .._... Associate Director _-... 11-00 A. :M. 4:00 News 11. March 25HopeweU10:00.10:15 tan bed ne for him by medical HO 3-6168 BOX 292
Leroy Cruse .__.".*S. S. Sept Suzy Evening Service 730 P. M. .4:03 Request Parade science, by his family-and by the

'. Miss Merle Bass _._ Song Leader Wednesday Evening; 4:55 World & State News Uoseley Hall-1030-10:45 patient himself. MADIS N. FLORIDA

:Mrs JuanIta Cruse '_.__ Piaafct Services ..._. .:...... 730 P. M. 5:00 Request Parade Mrs Elizabeth HowcH, Librarian \When 'a stroke occurs, a doctor This Gulf Life agent can tell .

... Sunday School _... 10:00 A. JL f:45 Sports Rjghllgfati Sinnans J:()().11IS". should be called at once. For information you how, with Adapt.A., ;
Morning Worship ....-. 11:00 A. M NEW ,HOPEFUL 6:00 World News about strokes and about Plan your insurance Is'
Training Union 7:00 P.: M. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 6:15 Twilight Tunes BUSINESSMEN the community resources that are (adaptable. For example,, a
I:\-cnfng Worship 8:00 P. M.Preyer Services e\-ert first and third 655News available to stroke patients ami family income plan can also -
want customers
'Meeting \Ve ?:30 P M. Sundays. at 11 a. ,m, and,8 0 X). p. m. IM Slcn Off If you every their families readers may writeto provide substantial retirement -.

Just as I am. without one plea. Sunday School, every Sunday 10:00 PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO week in your store, ten 'em the Florida Heart Association. Income. Give hima

: 1 come. Regardless of your clothe a. m.Cralnlng-. X OUNCE WITHOUT NOTICE about it in E-R ad 5350 15 Way, North. St Petersburg. call today! '
Union every 2>uadjt 7: X5) an every ..g ,
\ condition. Whether cotton. Homespun Florida
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rm_ church service.MADISON UPRARIN' ... .... ; i' x
BEULAH BAPTIST CHURai 1I'f.',. :

:;' CHURCH OF GOD Welcomes You TO GO 1M. Iverytllil.11

Sunday School 10:00 A. M.J' Services Every Sunday WHbwrt Narrlar Backache '
Homing Worship 11:00 A. MEvening REV CARL V. JVEY. Pastor tc.w I Y.... .... 1M 1M,tier,.. PUTE.OASSJLQCK- i w Am* ILAJMA BWBIW ,..
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J' Worshln 7:30 P. M. Suniay ,School .':-- %>O:9O A. M. aMi..tea.... ..w 1.1.1......f.
Youth Service Wednesday8:00P.M. Morntac 'Worrf if>;3*..-. 11:00 A. M. ..e.1... .ta-a r..IAw skip....W tiro..off. -.--"............ isn't tawed "",,
r',- REV B. B. BRICKLEY. PastorL. Choir Practice 1:00 P. M. .M rttl!NlNI, ?tJ..r.,..fwvwut tat "''
P. M. ..... housewife knows that it's risky business to 1'" ,
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Training Union r rda i Every young
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.4 D. .. SERVICE Evening Worship ...:...... 7:30 P. M nrty.w.eray.'.a......rq..i....at t.."a..ti.wr... 6LUS neglect insurance.Yet.new possessions-Hi-FiTV,rag*, .,'
',' Prayer Meeting, Wed. 730 P. M.SEVENTHDAY { ... O..ibb. .. ... MMKUwS 1' added to home regularly with, .. ,
CHURCH OF yJESUfitjCttftiST FLATTER : ....,. .. tag.D..y furniture-are being your "

DAY, FAINTS" r. ADVENTIST ...: L .:,.tai...ww..,. da f..*,.U,'S...........*..*w.. .. out a thought of "Docs my present insurance cover"

r 10 .. Sunday School ......-.. 10:tt a. m. CHURCH ;:,. ..w :::.:- r4.a. 215 W. Savannah Ar.. this"Can us for a complete property insurance checkup ,

fcacraraeiu Meeting ..- :11W a. m.Kelief Service e\W7 Sat.Jq at !d. to bf wtM.. _<<* larnl., ? ffcane: CHERRY 2-5S85..,
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_FRIDAY, MARCH lL-1 60 THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDER.. MADISON, FLORIDA. PACEKENTRICHARDS SEVENTEEN

MARRIAGE ALL CANDIDATES-Please ALL CANDIDATES-Please
flUWEAThER
AT CHERRY LAKE let us have TOOT political ads I I let us have your political ads

-' .. by TUESDAY NOON at the
by TUESDAY NOON at the
.t'. Hiss Arlede Jean Kent, daughter Week ending- March 8th 1960 latest Thanks. THE ER.Sctz&s .
latest Thanks. THE E-R. Max liter 1U.
of Mr and Mrs J D Kent of '
Wednesday 67 48 1.13'
Vernon, Fla, and Ernest Cordell Thursday 66 39 .32 Cleans fisk

Richards, USS Sarasota, son of Mr Garden Circles Friday ; 51 28 XO
and Mrs Charles D Richards of Saturday' 43 30 .00

Youngsville, N C, were united In Sunday 51 25 .00 SCHOFIKT.D BARRACKS,, Hawaii
marriage at 6 o'clock Saturday Mrs C S Blalock entertained the Monday 1. 57 30 .00 (AHTNO-Army PFC Ellis'L

.,.r evening March 5th, in the Cherry CamelHa Circle Thursday morning Tuesday 60 33 .00 Williams, 19, son of Mr and Mrs
with fourteen present. After a
Lake Baptist Church. The pastor, short business Johnnie J Williams, Route 1, Lee .
session guests were 1.45
,, the Rev John R Collins, officiated entertained with colored movies 011 TOTAL Rainfall week ending' March 5th Fla, departed Feb 27 from scho-

at the double ring ceremony., the hostess home in "Camellia and at Gibson Tower 130 in, .Lovett held Barracks Oahu Hawaii, for
Miss. Sallie Wilson, soloist, sang Azalea Time shown by herCano11 son. Tower 1.40 in, AucOla Tower 1140In,' the Island of Hawaii where he is

Because, and I Love You Truly. Blalock Jr. Spring flower Sinclair Tower 1.50 in. Mill Creek now participating with other personnel
Mrs Albert Gentry pianist, played arrangements will be displayed by Tower 1-60 In, Madison forestry' from the 23th Division's
. the traditional wedding! ,marches. the circle .In Mrs D F Burnett's headquarters 1.60 in. 21st Infantry In 30 days cot maneu-

Magnolia and ferns and standard: home In ApriL, entertained' Sun rises March 11th 6:50 am. vers at the Pohakuloft Training -
Mrs O R Kamrick
baskets of white gladioli and mums. set 639 pm. Area
the Azalea Circle at her country March 11th 5:33 am.
Moon sets
at. the altar made a rich background *
. home. Plans were made for the Moon in constellation of Cancer
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.at the altar for the wedding
Spring show of decorated homes March llth. SCHOFIELD BARRACKS. Hawaii
party. set for a date ire ApriL The Azalea High tide March 11th at St Marks (AHTNQ-Army Specialist Four
;; Miss Helen Phillips of the Val Circle will have its display In the light 12:50 am. Willie R Robenon 20 Greenville
' dosta State College was maid-of- home of Mrs Gordon Williams.
Feb 27 from Schoheld *
Fla departed :
bride's attend The Dogwood Circle met with
i honor and the only '
. Mrs V M: Folsora with 16 members FIRE DESTROYS TENANT OUSE Barracks Oahu Hawaii, for
ant. She wore a street length,
and Mrs Thomas G Bouland, i thelsland of Hawaii where he ta
bouffant dress of ivory fiber glass
" chairman: presiding. Mrs J J New A tenant house on the Fralelgh now participating with other personnel -
taffeta. She carried a colonial bouquet man's home was chosen for the Tobacco farm on the old Valdosta'. from the 25th Division's

of lavender & white chrysanthemums April tour of homes Mrs Dan Road just Inside the northern city 21st Infantry in 30 days of maneuvers -
tied with net and ribbon. Griffin was elected chairman and limits was totally destroyed by at the Pohakuloa. Training
: Mr Richards had as his best man Mrs J G Ashley co-chm for next fire at 100 pm Wednesday. The Area. '

::. '_ Joseph Elray Tomlinson, USN, of year. blaze fanned by a high wind quick- ...
a Hahira Ga. Circle members made a tour of ly consumed the small red frame

LOVELY BRIDE gardens Including the Camellia: structure and spread through the Dr and Mrs Charles L Mattes Jr

The bride was given In marriageby garden of Sen and Mrs Turner dry grass 1000 ft to another small and daughter Meredith, age 8, of
Daris; the garden at the VanH before the flames were residents
her father. She chose for her building Myrtle Beach S C are new -
Priest home where improvements!' brought under control by the Madison here. Dr Mattes Is the new,
.' wedding a sown of white chantilly showed brick lattice fence!Ii house
new Fire Department. Tbs health doctor for the Madison-
lace%over net and bridal satin. The lava flow and sundial also exten-|I and furnishings were a total loss.I I Taylor County Health Departments.
fitted bodice of lace had a portrait live new planting, and the gardens The fire supposedly originated from Dr Mattes and family are affiliated
neckline embroidered with at the Waning Wyche country home.]I defective electric wiring as the occupant with the Baptist church.x *
pearls and sequins and long fitted of the house Sarah Brown: .
-.: sleeves: with tiny buttons dosing stated there were no fires burning'' ATTEND STLYING SHOW "*

.. the wrists. The skirt featured side aDd Deals In the house at the time. -

.. '- drapes of lace caught with rosettes W H Bailey and wife to Hercules Mrs Hazel West Mrs Vertle Brin-
.. of pearls and sequins. Her fingertip .Powder Co. stumpage on five acres MORE, LIGHTSA son Mrs Mary Vickers and Mrs
. "veil of Illusion was attachedto in Sec 0., Tp 1 X R 11 ZL Mabel Ragans, all .pperators at
a cap of sequins and pearls and W M Williams to Hercules PowderCompany dozen more mercury Installed vapor Vcrtie's Beauty Salon attende a
street lights are being on In Jack
she carried a bouquet of white stumpage on ten acres In street replacing the ear- hair styling show Sunday
chrysanthemums centered with a See 3Tp 1 N. R 10 E and on forty Range kind. This makes fifteen of sonville. aI
bet
throated orchid and tied acres In Sec 35, Tp 2 N, R 10 E.Emma .
purple lights the street.
on Nutrition
the "The
M; Frances Ruahton to George newer-type I BULLETIN -
with satin ribbons. E Shaw, transfer of her one-fifth Jasper recently has Installed some Scbool will not 1M held FRIDAY_
Mrs Kent, mother of the bride Interest in mineral rights on 140<< forty lights of this type on streets. March 11, due to Ulqtss of speaker. -

wore a Navy suit matching accessories -:acres In Sec 23 Tp 1 S,* R 11 E.I there. I A CLASS WILL BE HELD
and corsage of pink car- I also her one-fifth Interest In mineral NEXT WEEK.Setzer'sCleansFish.
nations. rights on 90 acres in See 36. Tp' X' CARD 1 N FAYE SALLIT1RMr

Mrs R R Moore, of Cherry Lake, S. RIO E, also one-Ofta interestIn I
," grandmother of the bride, chose mineral rights on 80 acres in and Mrs P A Saluter announce -
a printed silk, and pink carnation.Sec 13, Tp 1 S, R 10 E. the birth of a baby girl 4:30 -
am. Wednesday, March 9th. at TheFJRPIiTSEverytg
;.I ".* icorsage, Dr and Mrs Charles L Mattes Madison County: Memorial Hospital
Immediately following the ceremony The baby weighed 8 Xbs. and 9
.ws Jr and children hare moved Into '
r. : ; a reception was held In the Mrs Julia Sevan's house In Lakeside era and was named CanUn Faye "-

Recreation Hall at the church that waa formerly occupied by>> Saluter. Mr and Mrs Sahter are
I,. where gladioli, ferns and narcissi Mr and Mrs James Moncrief. The new residents here In Yellow PinesubdinW .,.....
i ., formed decorative arrangements. Moncrkfs have moved Into one of O1l. He Is connected with II-
with Johnson's bouses. SetrerX and Is a native of Boston,
E The bride's table was covered Mrs J P
: Y. Mass. Mrs Sahxter is the former
, cloth and
an embroidered linen Miss Marilyn] Faye Hasty of
with the tiered wed G-E AssfcacuBtwertoi
_'".. was centered Tbonuuvnie, Ga.
ding cake embossed in pink rose-

bug and topped with miniature Srr Ct. GEORGE STUART TO SERVEAS

bride and bridegroom. Punch mints JUDCE.

and cake were served. Mrs John R After a brief wedding trip with,. New York; N. Y. George L
Collins cat the bride's cake and the bridegroom's family In North Stuart president of George Stuart

Miss Nancy Kent sister of the Carolina, the couple win return to toe 133 E Robinson Avenue, Orlando -
bride's book. Assisting will be the .
bride kept the Ja.cbo v1De. Florida among It
hostesses were ,Mrs Sam | Out-of-town wedding guests included 26 retailers serving as Judges In I j

I, Winters. and Mrs Coffins. Mr and Mrs J D Kent their the 1959 "Brand Name Retafleroftheyear -

The bride received her edncaln son, Joe D,' and daughter Nancy Competition. Last Year,'

; the Jade schools, II Miss Pat Crosby, Mils Shirley George L Staurt Inc was named

i an Is now connected with the diet Shapes and Mia Rita Shapes all as 1968 'Brand Name RetaQer-of bagcksaiJ

d it at St Vincent's Boa of Vernon; Mrs M J Phillips and the year"* Ia the Office Equipment except .

pits). racksonvUM. sons, Jimmy: and "Steve and Miss ,at\4 Stationery Stores category.

Mr Uchards is with thh U S Helen Phillips of Jacksonville and MIlley!

Navy the USS Saratoga Chief and Mrs Womble of XJSS I S r'sCJe.F

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