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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
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Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
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', PUBLISHED; IN THE; EDUCATIONAL; AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF NORTH FLORIDA


VOL. UK No! 30 Return ,Postage Guaranteed FRIDAY MARCH 25 1960 Jladison, Florida, rrice J0C Yearly t Subscription $3.75 ; Delayed Renewals 4.0Q

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I Griw 'BishopRenominated ; Nat Nerfleet Passes I Nat Norfleet I Dale M. Leslie I E. M.II Page, Jr. I Judge R. H. RoweRenominated 'I'If


MK After Four Months .., '" f

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I Nat Smith Xorfleet, age 23, ol f i

I I Madison, died Monday morning, Jh'x wI IL r

I March 21st, at the National Institutes I Q ,
of Health, Bethesda, Md., aftei
a four months' llln ns. He was bon s.
In Madison the son of the late Nal t c

4 Norfleet. He received his early education -

'' In the Madison schools amtier ,. ,., f I

J A. s graduating from Ifigh School, 'f I
h j1J entered the School o fat ,
ihe, University of Pharmacyli I

he, attended two years and was lia a
member -of the Sigma Alpha

J,Epsilon fraternity.. He was continu. i
n Ilog f 'his studies at the Southern

i School' of Pharmacy in Atlanta .
I,when he became ill lIe was married "

without oppcv 1,to Miss Ann Morrow Mickler, daugh I! Loses 4-month fight against leu I Renominatedwithout opposition : without opposition

sition, for another term ter of Mr and Mrs Fred Mickler : kemia. for another 4-year term as County for another six-year term as Circuit
as .
.
i! \\ha with two small sons, Nat and -- '---- Re-nominated without oppositionfor I Prosecuting Attorney. Judge 3rd Judicial Circuit, State of
county Superintendent of Madison Mike, survives. He was a member of I! Wilson Auto Parts another 4-year term as Clerk Florida.
County. Mr Bishop is 1 the First Methodist church, and was of the Circuit Court. :

completing his second term 'beloved) by everyone. I SPEAKS ON EDUCATIONAL TV
4 Other survivors include his mother Store Re-modeled

,and stepfather, Mr and Mrs KIrby I IWilson I Dr John Sands of the North! Cherry Lake NewsA

Validates Rclchmann, and. two sisters. Miss I Priest Re-models
Judge Florida Junior College spoke on I '. -
** Auto
Ray N' *t Miss Nell Nor- Parts store ,has ,
'*. been plans for educational television at I P'lOpen House pe-seam
remodeled. ;
extensively
See
Gas Certificates flee Jr Anl*#p j,1 )..M ,4'mlth leas, Wilson's ad efewhcre In this Issue.I I Promotes( 7c Sale the Lkms Club meeting Tuesday. was held at Cherry Lak' School

hosts of lames an-, friends I Dr Sands said that prospective. i last Thursday night with jrad at-

Judge R H Rowe this week validated uho have kn, I

$275,000 natural gas revenue 'through childhood and youth, and RELIGIOUS CENSUS I collegebacL.. been; revised sharplyupap.d After tfe* busfrmas shaftsMid.
certificates for the, City of Ma 'Kni 'mourn :..". \.:. P, TheVan H Priest Case has future '
.. his early passing. ; : .tatlhe increasing .population ts '*'e
1 I been rmb'lgt
son. .. ." t Services wens held aJ.t p.Thursday 11\1 ;A religious census Yuji lJ bcv taken Is remodcjrd Jaslgo.aad-outr and of tfttwjtalv-vnd the in tf as- served b y ....]1.. '
'.k .., of' Madison Sunday..1t1arih now f sctt-sen-iee store. This '
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t. : by
of inlhecfiapel of tlae'F
i week Priest ad features a 7e Sate W difficult/ entering the State The Book of Luke is the subjectfor
1 the local -churches. The City has
BOOK .SHELF/ / Beggs by Interment Jr Funeral In the Home family, 'followed lot in, been divided into groups and a.. of a large number of items. Universities. Tie said also there the Study Course at the Methodist
f t I v. .. was a movement on foot to drop church Wednesday night*.
Oak Ridge cemetery. The Rev Paul Group Captain has been assigned I II MHM--BMIB-- $
r Now available at .the Madison Touchton officiated and Mrs Dale to each group.A I the word "junior from the namesof I The Study Course on Church

County Library, New" Dimensionsof M Leslie organist; rendered medita-I complete religious census has I i Dr Joe Sherrod the. various state junior Colleges Membership concluded Thursday

Flight by Lewis, 2arcm, 1959. ticn music. not been taken of Madison for more I and perhaps use the word "Com night at the Baptist Church with

Man's conquest of the. air and Active pallbearers were Thee than five years. Because of this,I ,munity or some smiilar designationif good attendance, in all classes.
space is clearly and simply ex- Fralelgh Jr Jimmy Hardee, Robert thorough plans have been made'\to'I i Assistant( at Hospital( any is desired. Mr and Mrs Harry Cochran

plained In'the up-to-the minute Andrews. Jimmy Sullivan Gerald complete the census Sunday after i The educational television program spent last weekend at Lakelandand
Bland Ashley Beggs, William T noon
book, designed to give young Beggs, Bill Cave, Gene Browningall 'I Revs James T Barber and J Paul: is still in the formative stage; Tampa. They visited Mrs Stan

'People a basic understanding} of of Madison, and Jimmy Bevan Touchton are co-chairmen. Workers i Dr Joseph A Sherrod Jr a for I however, a broadcasting station 19 Koran. the former Dolly Spellman,

the forces of flight so greatly affecting and Buck Roberts of Atlanta. I from all the churches have agreedto mer Navy pilot and graduate of miles southwest of Tallahassee is and family in Tampa,

their dally lives. Includedin Honorary pallbearers were SAK: help in thJ*. Tabulations will be the medical school at the University nearing completion and broadcasting STORK SHOWERSMrs

the book are hundreds of fraternity ,brothers including Waring completed and shared with each : of Alabama has been named from it is expected to begin Kermit Home and Mrs Huey

j -answers to questions being asked Wyche Sr Waring Wyche Jr. Gordon -I church. !assistant medical director of Apr 1st. NFJC will be linked in Beasley were honored by a double
the
by young people. Ashley, B G Wyche, W Turner Workers will] meet at the Metho Sixth District with this .and likely some of the Stork Shower at the home of Mrs
: Tuberculosis
din Fellowship Hall at 2 m. and Hospital
The Art of Keeping Fit by Esquire Davis, T F IJvingston, Jimmy assignments will be made p.at that at Mobile. NFJC faculty will take part in John Thigpen last Friday night.
magazine. Davis and a group of the fraternity conducting the programs. There will Mn Mary Crosby and Mrs Thigpen
time. ._ Dr Sherrod 38, has practiced:
In this authoritative volumeof brothers from his chapter at the medicine for the be four main TV chains over the were the hostesses.
past eight years
lIfe .saving, facts .for men can, ,be U of F.Claned. .. ..... ... ,. .. *' OTRVCLUB' -. at Hayceville.. a small community state. The FSU production center The St Patrick's Day coloringand
'found facts about diet, sex and near Montgomery since near' Tallahassee will use Channel motif were carried. out in.
receiving
health sports and other pointersfor Mrs HeSIlltl Teen Prof Al Bofflander- of the NFJC I his medical degree In 1951. 11. Regular courses will be given' decorations: and in the refresh
in TV and semester credits' al- ments.
keeping tip-top-shape. faculty spoke at the Rotary Club I A native of Thomasvflle, Ca, he over -
lowed. : The 11onorees received) many' lovely
crew' up in Madison, Fla, and attended
by Dettk Wednesday on Small Business Institute
Mrs Annie Land is recuperating in relation Community''. the University of Florida A D Reams. of Greenville -was gifts
to
from an operation performed at the a visitor. Mr Drew Sanders of Dixie County
I local hospital last Wednesday, Development.. I prior to his enlistment during is visiting his sister, Mrs E B
friends will be glad to learn While Written by one who loved her). Dr C J Ehrenberg of Minneapolis World War II as a Naval aviator.
I Guests of Mr and Mrs Hugh Williams Currie. and nIece Mrs John Thig
still In the hospital, she expects to On March 14, 1960 as the sun Mum, and Carl K Anderson ct I After the world conflict: he their home on the Blue and families.

be convalescing at home soon. war shining through. Christ was Clayton. Ga ""ereisl Rotart- entered th University of Alabama. at Road Saturday were Mrs pen.
Springs
at
Attend School Sunday
Sunday
loved .
picking for his Heaven.lie
ones
-x- INTEREST IN TB
Jim Bass Herbert Miss
ans. Prof Dr Harrasen and daughter
softly sent the angcis, into the Irving your church and get a blessing.Mr .
Mr and Mrs Frank Graham and Dr Sherrol said he his
Kahn and three High School gave up Mary K Harmsen of Clinton, Iowa.
home of Mr M T'Tuten and
three children Frankie Tove and family' seniors. Mist Helen Hutto. Miss position as a county doctor to accept They: were accompanied by Mn
Jrv'their loving wife and mother. and Mrs, Hyen Kramer and
= '
'Susan, of Tampa, weekend Jacksonville
were the of
appointment hen a few Edward Horne.
Smith and Miss : Jean
forever to bloom in the Master's: Linda Mary son Arnold visited the LesterGreenfields
visitors with friends here. of Mr and Mrs Wil-
days ago because of his Intense sister-In-law
White Streets Franklin acre rl !
Shiny of heaven i tors. have been and son Scott in Jacksonville
;interest in the treatment of tuber. Earns at whose home they I I
Hosanna Tuten was born In Tay- .. Sunday.
i visiting.
RegiitritiM Mce lot county June 1. 1880. She movedto CIRCUIT COURT JURY VENIRE I culosis.in_ .. -'
Madison county with her parents' spite of new crags ana mire DRAMATICLIFESAVING

when she was quite young and had Regular No. 1, Spring Term I fact that the treatment of TB has .
The registration books for the lived through the remainder of her I March 28., 1960 10:00 a. m. changed tremendously in the past DEVELOPMENT .
May, 1960 primary election will
"be day in the office life in the Shaw community.She : ; Albert WaMrtp, H W Ealdns I decade, there is stm much work f o
open every in health for: ----,
was .
of the Supervisor of Registration falling .1ot..nnSenrtea., R W Newsome, B do In this fieldhe" said. r--------------------- .
several years, but bore her pains! R Ralney T Woodward. W A Bar- -
through January, February, and I IDs duties. at the hospital will .
and sufferings with a smile. All was field. W E Ward. H J Tfaigpen .." .
March.If done for her that hands and be to assist the chest surgeons: In .
loving I Bailey Wynn James Hardee J C -
you registered In 1958 or medical aid could do, but the Good I Cartmm, Steve Robinson, Willie G their operations, to take care of ; I:; the Seven steps of .,s ,..r '

since you are OK for voting and Lord needed her to fill a space in,I Finson C1&udeRalph Davis, the patients in general, and to aid I the mouth-to-mouth

do not have to re-register. His Kingdom. We know our loss is K B Henderson, Lacy R Woodard, Dr RomendJck in the work and administration ,. '" ,
ARTHUR E. RAGANS Heaven't'galn, bat she will be missed Jim A Tbwnsend Lee Carroll James of the sanatorium. '", .I method ; ; --

j, Supervisor 19-Thru!of Registration.March-cb in her home, her church and her Cone Walter M Brown W N Blair, Dr Sherrod' Is the younger brotherof I .

community.She Jr. Earl Everett, Dorman Suites, famed writer Robert !. Sheered, I 1 C'kr Yidiw a n.t or ..
leaves to mourn her husband W M Amax EM Moore A C Ulm. .( I water, mom,food.
:Retistra6.i finks' .Mr M T Tuten. two daughters, Colon Bell Z M Andrews, E C now managing editor of the Saturday I 2 Titt //- back to open
Mrs "Sim B Evening Post and former, as- tAt air *
Andrews and Mrs Sidney Thigpen. Daemon Caps3 ne, John R pa wte. ..
Bass of Madison; two! sons, Mr Hale J B Whitty, J H Cruet and sodate editor of Time* magazine.The 'i I r 3 IWJ..lajuttmc-oat __. ,
VKI| thesJayJigLts Gussie T&tcn of Madison and Mr 1BBaIL. elder Sherrod now 50, was I ..,..,. OIIitioa. ",' !

.: : Leonard Cruce of' Greenville one attaches-to the Marine Corps in ,....;...... I .. 4 Piaek.Nflllritl to pre 6:. JtiM.ee yeictraliss 1': "..

; The Registration books will be I.'sister Mrs L R Clayton of Green Mn W S Cooper entertained her the. Pacific Theater during the I .:'. vKum net air f*_a ehikf.ct UP..'aaieat' yi teft tiin.jJunP tor airretwn;, iios' tp t' .-
file, I ;
', '7>P ned for ,registration 'each Tuesday one brother, Mr Bud Pickles 1>ridge club Thursday: aftrrnoon: second .World War He wrote several r ; IMrr
,, timew
LL and Ill abaci 12 a
of Madison,, thirteen grandchildren. 'cl : ; s;. "" ( 7 '"
: "v ,night Iron>l7 to 9 in the four host visitors playing were Miss Whittle: widely known boob JDdudinC'ran. I..s. ..ilYictIm r minute for an ad uk. I'

::;.::.: Office of the Supervisor. of Registration. -).of relatives grpat-grand-chlldrrn and friends.and a Dickinson and Mrs Jarnes: Cozrnr.I ; .." and The History. of- .'''"'''i' I R i 3d) aatil7GQ1iPe tM, about :0 times a mat I
.' '. dMstlilt. ate for a ehnd.
: "
; -. J Funeral services were held In I Mrs Angus .Armstrong won"the 'dab Marine. Corps Aviation.1". tHe 1 I

Books close April 2. Application New Home Baptist church: March prize and Mrs Coon-ay the1sS. later did all .of the writing I ... .......--_J I
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for absentee ballot for May 3 primary 15th at 3:00 P. M conducted by tors" prize for Life magazine's "Hktory. of ; --- ,!,
4.
can be made AFTER March Rev Dozier Sapp of Hopewell and -x- World War IL" **Rescue breathing" is. the newest Red Cross lifesaving

> 15, and must be made before April assisted by New Home's pastor of Mrs B W* Brinaon returned Dr Sherrod is married to. the .' technique. The method is simple. The result '

( 28, and absentee ballot must ,be In ,Kqo. home Saturday after four days former Miss Caroline Thomas' -of f are gtarUing-thousands of people already owe their
the office 2 The choir! sang two lovely tongs Memorial lives to this special form of artificial respiration.
by 5 p m May the treatment at Tallahassee Selma. They have four children *."
r with Miss Mary Grace Sapp at the Help Rd Cross find even more new ways to save
f' day before the first primary. Hospital. She b, convalescing satisfctarujr and are now residing in a, home ,. oil .
\ piano. The body was laid to rest Inc lfres. nil Jf r r- "* poet roe..R
t ARTHUR E RAGA!. ? Pedro cemetery beneath a at home .and will .be out on the grounds of the Tuberculosis ,'. .

/ Supervisor of IJ.' tU [1I\ .wealth of' flowers. T J Beggs Jr quite soon, friends ..m'be glad to v : Good things happen .

...'v' -.J_ .: ... (..'.. .1 rat la charge. of tile arraagerneatL, kat+* -,,-'* HosfitaLa recent Mobile newspaper) .. ""'. :r" .. s,... when you give

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PAGE TWO 1 .. i THE ENTERPEIS&llECORDEn. FLORIDA "* FRIDAY. MARCH 25. 19CT I Ir I


Political Announcements! FOR SCHOOL BOARD FOR CONSTABLE 5-' .__
7--o
I I PtEtkaTRaies The regular county political'announcements I DISTRICT TWO DISTRICT-FIVE ELECT Samuel! S. Smith !

cost $10.00, and run P respectfully announce that I

Political rallies-scheduled by the until the election. They ,are' order.to be am a candidate for School" Board. stable To the District voters of Madison of the 5th Con W. R. (BUSTER) Makes] Bid For !'
insertion County
paid for with the District 2, Madison County, subject ,I
Madison County Democratic Execu Florida :

tive Committee are as follows: FOR COUNTY JUDGE !to the May 1960 Democratic',Jpri Ladies: and Gentlemen-- Circuit Judge :
mariea really HANCOCK
I My greatest interest to ota :
Sirmans March 31.
,
lthat I appreciate the wonderful
I respectfully announce school system is for the best fadli support

Cherry Lake, April' 7.-. .* am a candidate for Count13"adse.ties possible. Being a parent of! that you gave me when I was .'t-. -,if;...'-,'J... --J!:::' ", ",. ,.,5 ,i.
'
Pinetta. April 14.N" of Madison County subject to*,the three children in school give me elected your Constable in 1936, \- ". : : .,,

Lee: April 21. '"" .., Democratic primaries in May 1960.If .l'I much interest in our local xbooli 1910 and 1944. I did not run foireelection I
all the
will .
Greenville, April 28. elected. I serve : rYk
in 1913. Since
Madison, April 30. people to the_ best of my ability and. 1 ..,WDuld appreciate .... the, opPortunity that timeI I
have had the pleasure of
with fairness to everyone and to serve you. I earnestly! servingthe
All rallies are at 7:15' p m, ex: "
Town of Greenville
, to none. 1illl solicit as Mayor
special privilege your support in the coming (
eept the Madison rally which is greatly appreciate your vote and election for ttenm and also two termsas I

at 2:00 p m. Preceding the rallies,I support. Sincerely a member or the City Council. ', .x II I

various organizations will have refreshments SincerelY I For the confidence placed In me by %. \
R. W. (BOB) MILNERFOR
i
for sale. EDWIN L. (EDDIE FLOWERSFOR I you the good people of Greenville ,

. (2 .7t) SUPERVISOR OF SCHOOL BOARD and District No 5 I will always be ..<:" i,

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER REGISTRATIONI DISTRICT NO. 2 very grateful I feel that my past r t <',. .

DISTRICT FIVE MADISON COUNTY FLORIDAI experience as a law enforcement I

To the Democratic .' voters of I respectfully announce that I ama have discharged my duties to officer qualifies me to perform the

Madison County: I wish to announce candidate for the office of Supervisor the best of my abilities in an duties of Constable. Therefore, I ,
The Only fully qualified
that I am a candidate for County of Registration of Madison honest progressive and economic: am asking you good people to elect

Commissioner, District Five, subject County subject to the Democratic way. Our children's interests and me your Constable of the 5th candidate for II Ij I

to the action of the Democratic primaries in May 1960. I promise betterment have always been upper- Constable District of Madison It j
COMMISSIONERAGRICULTURE
primaries in May. If elected, I honest, conscientious and courteous most in my mind and efforts.. I for the four Ifelected
County next
pledge to support Madison County service to all if you elect me to hereby solicit )"OUrW and support years. OF E ; t
and the people therein as a wholeto this office. I earnestly solicit your in the May 1960 Democratic I pledge you good clean,

the best of my knowledge and vote and support. primaries for re-election as your honest law enforcement. My motto Samuel !I
S.
ability. I earnestly solicit your vote Sincerely, School Board Member from District Is to do unto others as I wouldhave I Smith of Lake City
and support, for which I will always W. B. (BAILEY) WYNN Two. them do unto me. 3.ccnshd ,...- has launched his campaign for the j
.. office of
... M.nUsc.tsd Circuit Court Judge In '
be most grateful Sincerely Your true friend.
OF the Third Judicial I
FOR SUPERVISOR /.id. Sch..isaa District.
CARY PHILLIPSFOR REGISTRATIONDear RUSS DUGANFOR M S (MIKE) LETCHWORTH S. 0.f rt. in A/rinhn. He is 'a member of the law firm ,I

(Paid political adv't). u. .< ru. of Brannon. Brown Smith and
SCHOOL BOARD SHERIFF John Henry Plant in Madison also M.fin. v...,.. Norris since 1955.
DISTRICT 4 friends and fellow-citizens Family M_ 'J'
IrsV II Oglesby in Greenville. Smith was born in Madison
I respectfully announce that 1 of Madison County: I want to thank I respectfully announce my candidacy ) a.... recw4 .1 ...,.... arch county
,........ where he graduated from high
.
and .. for re-election as Sheriff ofMadison is A, kuItrr.w.o j
am a candidate for School Board each of you for your vote sup FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER school. He is 37 years old and a :
Florida
County. subject to
District 4, Madison County Fla, port and your wonderful cooperation the DISTRICT THREE arm son of Mr and Mrs V S Smith.
Democratic primaries In May -paJ9D TrtMurtr'
subject to the Democratic primaries while serving as your Registration I It has been a privilege and a pleasure His father has been engaged in 1

in May. lGo. If you elect officer. I have endeavoredat to serve you in the past. Thanksfor I respectfully announce my candi-, ---- -'.- -_._ -- the general mercantile business in t

roe to this office, I will consdcntiotHly all times to give J ou honest I entrusting me with the honor. dacy for re-election as County Commissioner FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE 'I Madison county for more than one-
THIRD CIRCUIT
serve the people of the efficient and courteous service. On If re-elected, I will endeavor to for another term subjectto I half a century.
To the citizens of the Third Smith enlisted In the in
Army
county to the best of my ability this record I earnestly solicit your give honest and efficient law en- the Democratic primaries 'In
Judical Circuit of Florida I 1939 as a private. He served in
and work for the best interests of vote and support in the 1960 May forcement to the best of my abilityI May. Thank you for the privilegeof :
the infantry as a foot soldier for
all times elections for reelectionfor earnestly solicit your vote and serving during the pastyeas. I hereby announce my candidacy:
the school children at primary you : six and saw combat
years duty
support In the coming election. for nomination to the office of Circuit I
Thanking you for all past favors, Supervisor of Registration. I Sincerely I It Is my sincere wish you j i lln North Africa and Italy as a rifle
yours Judge of the Third Judicial
I
when I had the privilege o? serving Sincerely S. H. MOORE. re-elect me, so I can continue to unit commander. During combat he
Circuit of 1. I !'
you six years on the School Board, ARTHUR E RAGANS serve you. I am most grateful for Florida Group am 1 was wounded three times and was

and assuring you I will greatly appreciate FOR SCHOOL BOARD your confidence, and assure you well qualified, having practiced law,, decorated on two occasions for

your vote and support I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT DISTRICT FOURI I that I will continue to serve all for ?0 years, am, admitted to practice bravery and gallantry in action. He

am the people of Madison County in in the U S Supreme Court, the was discharged from the Army as a

THREE respectfully announce my candidacy efficient and Federal Courtspf Florida and the : Captain in 1946.
sincerely an honest. courteous
Very yours
for reelection to the School: and Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. I ] He attended Emory Universityand
S R SAPP I respectfully announce that I ama Board from District, Madison manner as always. Your vote have proscuted and mdcd. Cornell Law School. He has
c1'
candidate for County Commissioner County. Florida subject to the support wiU be greatly appreciated. Ij! been engaged in the active practiceof
FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 5 am a Protestant, an ex-sen-ice man,
District 3, Madison County, Democratic primaries in-"May I960. Sincerely, of law since his graduation from

I respectfully announce that I ama Fla, subject to the Democratic I hare linn conscientious- service GROVER C CONE ', former City Attorney the City I law school in 1932.
'
DistrictS primaries in May, I960. I havelived in the long-term interest of educa -- of Lake Qtyj* Florida, past .Prcsi-..r He is presently" serving as President
candidate for Constable. all my life in District 3. tion and welfare of the people oi FORCOUNTY' COMMISSIONERDISTRICT dent. .of the 'Lake City Bar Asso, of 'the Lake City Bar'Asso-

Madison County. Fla, subject to have fanned all my life and am this county. If re-elected I shall ONEI I elation and! am presently a member|I ciation and is a member of the

. the Democratic primaries In May familiar with the needs and problems continue to give such services It Is respectfully announce my candidacy of the Board of Governors to the Council of Bar Presidents of Florida

1960. If you elect me to the office of our: district and county. If with deep appreciation for the for re-election as County Florida Bar I was born and raised I and Lake City Lions Club.

c' of Constable I promise fair, faith yell elect me your Commissioner, courtesies and friendliness that you Commissioner in District One for I, in Columbia County Florida, and He resides with' his wife Rose,

ful, Impartial and honest administration I[ will cooperate with the other the people have given me that I another term, subject to the Democratic have spent my entire life in the'i and their five children In Hickory
of the law to the best of Commissioners for the best interests seek re-election to this office. Your: primaries (a May. I have given I Park Subdivision Lake City. Mrs
Judicial oof Florida.
Circuit
Third r rI
my ability. I have had four years of Madison County. Iearnestly I vote and support will be deeply) app faithful and honest service to Madi-I also I Smith has been a teacher in the
solicit vote and support eclated. married Lassie Goodbread. a public schools of Columbia
" with your county
of law enforcement experience continue
and will to
son County
and promise fair and equal Sincerely native of Columbia County. All since 1955.
the Town of Greenville and feel I do U re-elected. It has been a I .
so has been In -----
treatment for everybody.Very W. IL (BILLY) BAILEY. JR. of my schooling the ---' --- -
that I am qualified to serve thepeople sincerely yours, I pleasure to serve the good peopleof Florida schools.I IN CIRCUIT COURT MADISONCOUNTY'

of the 5th District in this WILBURN T. DAVIS. i FOR COUNTY JUDGETO this county and IU.. continue believe I know your problemsand FLORIDA: EQUITYW

important office, and will greatly ', to work In harmony with the other promise If elected 'to do my E HANCOCK and '

appreciate your vote and support. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS Commissioners for what is best for best to make you an able, fair and EPPIE LEE HANCOCK, Plaintiffs

Sincerely. OF MADISON COUNTY: Madison County. Your vote and considerate judge and I solicit your vsRICHARD H
DISTRICT THREE I respectfully announce that I am vote and support. STRINGFELLOW.
J D BISHOP support will be greatly appreciated. AUDREY STRINGFELLOW
I respectfully announce that 1 I I a candidate for re-election as I A. K. BLACK
Sincerely and T J BEGGS. JR Defendants
FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT 8 am a candidate for County Com County Judge of Madison County, WILBUR G. RUTHERFORD FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE NOTICE OF SUIT

missioner of Madison County, Florida, subject to the Democratic DIST 5, MADISON COUNTY, FLA I TO: RICHARD II STRINGFELLOWand

I respectfully announce that I District Three, subject to the primaries in May 1960. I promiseyou FOR TAX ASSESSOR I AUDREY STRING FELLOW,

am a candidate for Constable, action of the Democratic primaries that if office I am re-elected I win to con-this .. I respectfully announce my candidacy 115 "D" Street SE. Apartment No.

.. District 8, Madison County, Fla, in May. I promise faithful, Important I respectfully announce that I for re-election as Justice of 2, Washington 3. D. C.
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subject to the Democratic .primariesIn conscientious service if you chooseme tine service to to render all :of the the highest people. type am a candidate for Tax Assessorof the Peace, District 5. Madison You, Richard H Stringfellow and

May 1960 If elected to'this for this important office and I will deeply appreciate your vote Madison County Florida subject County, Fla, subject to the Democratic Audrey W Stringfellow are hereby

position I will be on call 24 hours I earnestly solicit your vote and and support. to the Democratic primaries primaries in May 1960. If reelected -'I notified that Complaint to foreclose

a day nnd render fair and im support, for which I shall ever be Sincerely yours. In May. 1960. If elected to this I I wilt continue to serve the I l a described certain mortgage property,on to-wit the :following

partial law-enforcement service to grateful. CURTIS D. EARP position I will discharge.}he duties people courteously, fairly. and Impartially All of the personal property assets

the people of the district. IiU Sincerely, County Judge 9ft.office: to the best of my to the best of my ability.I merchandise, furniture, fix

greatly appreciate your vote and LAMAR ANDREWSFOR FOR TAX COLLECTORI bftlty and with fairness and Jus- : will greatly appreciate your vote tures and chattels used In connection

support. Very sincerely, ice to all. I will greatly appreciate .and support. with and located in that certain
I ama
ROBERT D WALKERFOR COUNTY COMMISSIONEIrLDISTRICT respectfully announce that ,hotel and luncheonette business
candidate for the office of Tax your vote and support. Sincerely _- "
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COUNTY- :. FIVE Collector of Madison County sub- Very sincerely row A L (ROOSTER) LEGGETT, SR in the hotel and luncheonette
COMMISSIONER building on the corner of Base
4 DISTRICT ONE I I respectfully announce that I feet to the Democratic primaries in HENRY DICKINSON Miss Charlotte \Voodwardt I and Range Streets In the City of

'f I respectfully announce that I ,am a candidate for the office of May, 1960. If elected to this office SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI dent at Sullins College, Bristol, Madison Madison County. Florida,
am a candidate for County Commissioner I Commissioner District 5 I shall in return serve you courageously announce and more particularly described in
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,County and fairly by rendering the respectfully that Va. will arrive Sunday to spend
District One, Madison
the
of Madison County subject to the am a candidate forr&upcrvisor of \'aCationitb her Inventory attached to the bill
best possible service. With profound the spring
County, subject to the action of the of sale.
Democratic primaries in May If Democratic primaries in Mar, I960 appreciation and friendliness to all Registration of )Madison County, parents Mr and Mrs Jack Woodward EXCEPT: One fountain compressor

elected. I promise faithful, honest I promise honest, conscientious and I humbly solicit your vote and Fla, subject to the Democratic prImaries at Pinetta. She will be at which- Is the property of Foremost -

conscientious performance the courteous sen-ice to the best ot tny tupport. in May, I960.. I promise home a week. Farms Inc and all personal

duties of the office \\1th.ratr treatment ability to aH if yoo elect me to Sincerely faithful conscientious ,service If you -T- belongings and' wearing apparel of

for the people ,of the countyas this office. I earnestly solicit yir J. LUKE) HUTTO. choose me for this Important office, Mrs J C Moore Jr has been the mortgagors.

abole., and I earnestly solicit vote and support. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER and 1 ,earnestly solicit your vote spending- week In Ocala with her I Together with all rights, titles.,

your coopcraUon.ote and Sincerely DISTRICT FIVE and 4uftt. for nhkh I shall ever I son and daughter-ln-law; Mr and; members and improvements thereon

support, for which* I shall always F T (Tebo) Webb i be gratefulainccrciy. Mrs Robert Jerry :Moore awl their I I i unto the plaintiffs
be most grateful. .... .- has been filed against you and you
I respectfully announce that am new baby. boy.,
Y Sincerely are required to
serve of
< COLLECTOR a copy
FOR TAX a candidate for re-election to the LUCY
3JRS .\RI? "ER
MARVIN E. BASS Answer
With humble thanks and appred- Board of County Commissioners .- your or Pleading to the

FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE at.\on for the past supyurt nd 'District 5. Madison bounty. FU. FOR BHFJtIFF HAS SURGERY Complaint J B on the Plaintiffs'' At
torney, Hodges, 101 E
I respectfully ouncet? I ama courtesies I respectfully announce subject to the Democratic Pd'manes I respectfully announce that I lake Madison.
City. Florida and to file the
the candidate for Sheriff of Madison John F Collett underwent major,
reelection to in May. I appreciate am a
candidate for State Representative candidacy for original Answer I
my or Pleading in the
courtesies and confidence have County. If you elect me to this of the stomach Saturday,
you surgery
County subject to Tax
Madison
County
from office of Madison office of the Clerk o$,Circuit Court..
the Democratic primaries' in May Collector subject to the May Pri given me in the past and if reelected -Important office I pledge honest. at Pineview hospital. 1'a.. re-. Madison. Florida, on or before

1960. If you elect me to this position 1960. I promise a continution I will continue to serve impartial efficient courteous law ported Monday as doing as well s 1 Monday, the 25th day of April 1960.If I
maries. enforcement Please join In this
to the best of ability. me
of Madison you my
I will serve all render the could be expected. Mrs Collett. you fail to do so judgment bydefault
of effort to you 3taarelY.COLEMAN campaign for a better Madison '
County unselfishly and without and Mrs C II will be taken
service I Mrs George Ragans against you
best and most courteous RICHARDSON County in which to live and rearOUJ"
special favors to anyone. I earnestly children. I win appreciate Rains were among those there dur- for the relief demanded In the Complaint .

solicit your vote and support possible.Cordially CANDIDATE FOR CONSTABLE5th vote and support. your Irg the operation.Mr ...
Sincerely. This Notice shall be
publishedonce
JR. DISTRICT Sincerely. Collctt's son. John Collett Jr
GEORGE. JEWELL UILUXOR
PAT
each week for four
MADISON COUNTY FLORIDA BILL MACK HENDRY ofv: Jacksonville his daughter and consecutive
weeks In The
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVEI COUNTY TAX ASSESSORI Mrs Powell Enterprise-Re
I FOR FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Family. Mr and Grady corder.

respectfully announce that I I 1 respectfully announce my candidacy DISTRICT NO. 5 and two children of Orlando, and Done and Ordered ',at Itladlson.

am a candidate for 'State Representative respectfully announce my candidacy for re-election as Constable. MADISON COUNTY.. FLORIDAI his brother-in-law and sister, Mr Florida this 22nd day of March

from Madison County I' for re-election as County Tax District 5. Madison County, (Greenville respectfully announce that I am and Mrs Henry Buice of Cocoa, 1960. I

'". subject to the Democratic primaries Assessor for another term subjectto ) Florida. If re-e1<
In May 1960. If you elect me to the Democratic Primaries' In continue to give the people of District District No. 5 Madison County I IFbI. DALE M. LKUE Clerk,

this position. I will"serve you May' I promise honest and faithful 5 the same fair and impartial .. subject to the Democratic primaries f TOPS Circuit: Court, Madison County,

honestly, soberly an! capably to service to all as in the past always law enforcement as I have in the : fas May, 1960. If elected G-E APPLIANCES Florida.

the best of my ability. I iU'great being mindful of the trust the past Your vote in the forth coming .Impartially amne.tall and to the the people best of "II IIm .' KITCHEN CABINETS I J.(Circuit B. HODGES.Court Seal)
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and Your vote and support May Primaries will be greatly appreciated. ,
support office holds.
ly apprcc *'fOttr"ate: ability. Your vote and support II 101 E. Madison Street ,
a will be appreciated. be greatly appndated.I 11q Lake City. Florida

Sincerely. I Sincerely ALBERT 0 SISTRUNK Sincerely yours, I I Attorney for Plaintiff* '

A: L. (Rooster) Leggett, Jr. ANGUS H ARMSTRONG Constable JAMES HARRELL March 23. April f: S S; 22 ,



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Bureau and their wives Tuesday .l ,
evening March %%, at Mr and )ts ,
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"9rtj ,,.. coffee THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

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.. Self sus p It } ; Visitors were, Mr R E Cowart.a aI .->
this collared topper You'll adorc: ,,'?.1; 'f'' If- ,
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the cozy,casual: comfort of Mist Tweed. .( Committee, Mr and Mrs 0 R Ham. .., .. Served In UI; S.; Army as" Infantry Unit Commander.' Wounded ."
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In subtle Spring shades. ... three times In action twice decorated for bravery. ?
Farm Bureau; and Mr Lew Haverardand
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The Lee 4-H Club met Wednesday II ., '.
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Friday high March 25, at First our recreation leader Edwina *I ---

the lied Devils will play an inter- Lasseter led us in a song. SINCE 1901i icincurr> COURT 31ittiSG+'lCOUr'TY' VOTE, 'FOR jrf Are peddling insurance,
you
Lanier Field -
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The probable starting line ups areas exhibits that we put in the store- E HANCOCK, and f AND ELECT: tranquilizers, shoes, or automobiles

follows: For the Red, there will window at Madison for National 4-H i EPPIE LEE HANCOCK. Plaintiffs. ? Keep the public informed
to Stokes at Center, Daniels and Week. The people that put things t : T ellaCo3.4340 -
: I hasIce vs.RICHARD. WILBURN T. DAVISFOR of your valuable services
Barker at Guards, Thomas and I I in the ctorewlndows are as follows; 11 STRINGFELLOW,

Scanlan or Peters at Tackles, and I. Betty Jo Carter, Sybil Welch Lottie AUDREY W STRINGFELLOW. with an inexpensive

Baker and Davis at Ends. I I Phillips, Carol Henderson, Lucre!ia j WORLD"S LARGEST and T J BEGGS. JR. Defendant weekly ad in The E-R, saying

In the backfield there will be Thomas Wanda Welch, Geraidine NOTICE OF SUIT nice things about local folk
JIafre at Quarterback, Smith at Fullback *II' Almond, Judy Searcy and Sharon I TO: RICHARD II STRINGFELLO\\ I COUNTY COMMISSIONER

and Bam and Wiatt at Half Waters. Everyone thought they hada I and AUDREY STRINGFELLOW, District Three since 18G5.COUNTER.

back.'I fine exhibit We Have Real lib "D" Street SE Apartment No
THE WHITE TEAM will haveHaire J After that Judy Searcy dd: a 2, Washington 3. D. C. 'A qualified mane who has time
at Center, Harris and Ulm demonstration on Home Improvement -
at Guards, Kramer and Hutto at I I Then Barbara Cressley gavea USED CAR VALUES | You Richard W Stringfeliovr.II Stringfellow are hereb and> for the job! TOPS
Audrey
Tackles, and Williams and Mc- I demonstration on..Safety. After she ;notified that Complaint to foreclosea (Paid Political Adv't). G-E APPLIANCES
Clamma or Bunting at Ends. ted finished Sharon Waters gavea I the following
on
In the Backfield will be Welch at demonstration on childcare .She I FOR YOU! described certain mortgage property, to-wit: --C-4- :-' KITCHEN CABINETS

Quarterback, Bunting at Fullback showed how to bathe a baby. These
All of the personal property assets -,
and Groover and Floyd at Half- girls all did a wonderful job. Whenwe FORDS'35 )} merchandise, furniture, fixtures -1 Radiator Repairing I I I

. .. arr_ bt\cks\-L .. .. had finished with the demonstrations *' I and chattels used in connection -I 1
we played games until the FordorS R '& II ; with and located"In that certain rta +Vra S'
all folks. '55 '4 ton Pickup. 6 McWILtlAMS GARAGE
Wainwright end of the meeting. That's : hotel and luncheonette business
Mr and Mrs Roy month's for our' 55 Fordor 8, R & II f I ... ......
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Mr and Mrs Davis McGriff building on
SHARON WATERS, Reporter. 56 Fordor 8. It & II of
in Sunday. and Range Streets in the City
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PLYMOUTHS and more particularly described in I .,
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FIRE IS A "32 4-dr, 6 cf EXCEPT sale. : One fountain compressor -I j' .
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has been filed against you and you
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are required serve a copy
.ci/F; I DODGES your Answer or Pleading to the I .

Complaint on the Plaintiffs', At uwbsila
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torney. J B Hodges, 101 E
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56 4-dr 8, Lake City. Florida and .to file the I

CHRYSLERS original Answer or Pleading in the

office of the Clerk of Circuit Court : .
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h. 2J '48 6-cyl for the relief demanded In the CompWnt ,

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: '56 4-dr 8, heater once each week for four consecu
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< ;:? <:SIT :/__ OTHERS Done and Ordered at Madison I
t.\: .. 74 Hudson 4-dr Florida this 22nd 'day of March

"51 DeSoto.a-dr I960. ROLL CALL SIGNED-Florida Cor LeRoy Collins left pre-

i:' YOU TOKNONi UOW MOOt 56 Bukk 2-dr 8 (SEAL)- seats his official proclamation of March 15-31 as Florida
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t. WOULD j 'S7 DeSotodr HT .... f DALB M.L SLIE. Clerk Nurses Association Boll Call to Miss Joan O'Brien of Qnlncy,
-" {IT YiOtJ;'D COST YOU TO RFPIACE YOUR NOME Farmall Tractor 1 Circuit Court:' Madison: County* chairman of the FNA committee on membership public relations -

Florida. ,." .' .... and promotion of program. Roll Call Is observed ilmutaneoaslT >
tiU11ttIf"It. II. in community In Florida where there Is an
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WD .PY/Iti1SllkJK. SAi4E MfIA every
RAGANSMOTOR (Circuit Court.Seal) active district of the state association. Its purpose Is to enlist

of RAD' OF /1iE fl,4t flA/ J. B HODGES, j I. ... the Interest and support of every professional none la order
101 EL Madison. Street.* to strengthen the nursing profession, the professional member
COMPANY Lake Qty. Florida ship organization and the Individual member. The proclama

.. \ ; Attorney for Plaintiffs! ; Uon by the governor praised the contributions of nurses to the

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is I .7 W HICKS of Lee do you read you that, when I am elected

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( SUN WON TUE WH THU FRI SAT SUN Reams, 160 acres in Sec 8. Tp 2 S,,.
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SEE TO .IT FLORIDA BELONG 1:28 ::IS 301 3.164:3S: 5::u 6W 6.57THAT'THE Adams and wife 244.7 acres in

-TO ALL OF-neE PEOPLE OF $- AM P1r. PM PM PM PM PM PMWotlctr Sees 7 and 18, Tp 2 S, R 6 E,

GAME LAWS FLORU--rHe GAME LAW ',; 1 j- also tobacco allotments and rents.J .
ARE RESPECTED VIOLATOR 'IN EFFECT is ; =, if* rIM -B.tt JIM Day for rIoJI", I E Bass and wife to Lillian
IN Y0URCOMMUNITV STCALIN6 FROA1 T : Kathleen Bass Lewis. NWU of
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IN YOUR COUNTV'IN YoU acres.

VouR STATE HOWARD STUDSTILL James CoMn and wife to HenryW
Reams and wife Lot 17. Yellow
'Pine Heights. 1.31 acres.
FUORIPA ClAM AND FRCSH WATER FISH COMMISSION
I LUMBER COMPANY j Floyd Rlgdon{ and wife to HerIcules -
Powder Company stumpage
HU 3-6106 MADISON, FLORIDA I II I jon 40 acres In Sec 6, Tp 1 S, R
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WATCH THE Eon FOR
LATEST HIT I I Ted's Photo Shop 11 S, Rs 10 and 11 E. .

HOPE THE SEASON WILL SOON Mac's Furniture & TED T H Greene and wife to Hercules -
RECORDS at--- GIBSON OWNER I Powder Company, stumpage on
(Located 2nd floor Trl-Cbunty Electric 2108 acres in Tps 1 and 2 S, R 7
BE HERE TO PLANT, SO DON'T Appliance I t Oo-Op BW '.. Madison each E. '
Thursday. 9 AM-6 PM j I
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FORGET TO: DrugStore FORMAL OPENING i Fey Photo Service on other days,,'i'to The Lanpdale Company, certain
Call Ted Gibson phone 290.1,.i(lands in Madison and Brpoksi
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dings Portrait I D's passports, Ernest A Xeidert and wife Lets
SEED CORN (Several Varieties) -
J j I. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT i Funeral I I p 112, 13, 14 15 and 16, Blk 11 Town.

livestock for I I. TOBACCO Transplant Solution' W E Hancock and Eppie Lt'el,TED SHOOTS ANYTHING -ANYWHERE ---\i!of Hanson.

Feeders BIRD Repellent, for Seed I Ic Community Development is one Hancock, plaintiffs V. Richard HStringfellow :; ANY TIME. !i i BABY WILLIAMSi
; of the greatest problems faced by JudreyV String- i
"""... I. LIQUID FERTILIZER any community. The Madison fellow and T J Bemis Jr, defeni ------- ---- i and Mrs r James E Williams of
County Junior Chamber of Commence dants. Randell II Rowe Jr appointed I I
Court Jacksonville the arrival
County announce
r.iRi\i\ I I. BABY CHICKS has taken an interest in receiver. j, jof a baby boy, James Edgar Williams
Barbara
this problem and hopes to help {in Ambrose, petitJoner.5 '
II GARDEN SEED two areas of E F Merritt respondent habeas 'I Jr. March 18th.
i I. Community Development of child awarded|! Hugh James Ilurnette, drivingwhile Mrs Williams is the former Miss
'corpus. Custody
-'::': SUPPLIES The first area we would like t 1 intoxicated $100 or sixty
: ii LAWN & GARDEN Trudy Ann Mickler:] of Lee. Mr and
to consider te that to petitioner. Court to retain jurisdiction -.,
of attracting days and driver's J lieense revoked
I. I 'I Mrs John Mickler and Mr and Mrs
l. ''' STREPTOMYCIN Dust for Blue Mold the right kind of industries toI I and costs of proceeding I for three months. Also, driving I Elmore Williams of Lee are the
Madison County. Good industries'amounting to $10 taxed against re-,n,without license J $3 or thirty days!
WE CARRY A COMPLETE STOCK OF THESE IN spondcnt. proud grandparents.
contribute i
to our community by |to run concurrently with nboesentence. -- ---- ----
OUR STORE & WAREHOUSE IN MADISON. r Increasing buying power and WEARE -

WE OFFER THE SERVICES OF A TRAINED FIELDSt through their support both Hand- CANDIDATES Don't let J II Mercer, worthless check, HEADQUARTERS
: AGRONOMIST TO OUR CUSTOMERS, AS AN ADDED I, ally and culturally. The first step I your friendly opponents buy up $12.50 fine and pay full restitution r
MAJOR APPLIANCES.
.. in getting'new business to )[adJ.'all the ad spnce in The E-R of,chegk'ampiftif *of .575'pn sixtyiay ,FOR. -
SERVICE ,' son County is to find f ,'' /' .! .
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:. COME BY AND SEE US-YOU ARE ALVAYSVEL attracting their interest and to voters who read will absorb -;, Matthew J Scarborough speeding, WESTERN
COME AT show them the advantages of locating I J25 or thirty days. .,
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here. On a low cost basis, every word of your mes-! J Cklns, drunkenness: $25'AUTO.THINKSBIG
this is best done with of r
an industrial sare. : thirty days.
BILLi CAVE. brochure. In order to draw up a --- -. ,I!
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brochure to the area's best advantage
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resources the land and the
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FARM i necessary. \
FEED A second, and perhaps more '
one immediate problem in an area is TIlE LARK IS THE SHORTEST COMPACT. BUT LOADS BIG. Com \ P. \-
HU3-66/6 Madison. Florida that bf building up the businesses j' bines more had-shoulder-hi 1}Ig room for true six pauengcr ccftfort. I

that.we already have. In our area THE LARK HAS BIG PERFORMANCE. Take your pick: liustling Six or. \" '
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SEECYPRESSJMETHODIST people purchasing their goods else THE LARK GIVES YOU BIG SAVINGS. Proven to save up to 33% on gas ..
in for th el where. By doing this, they carry and up to 23%on maintenance(loads of satin facts or\ request). ,.._ I
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are progress the money made here:throlrgh'work ..- ; ". -- ..." ."
[GARDENS Methodist HomeComirig Da/ Sun and crops out of Madison County. We THE LARK HAS BIG PROOF. More than a billion owner-driven miles.
; 4 i..mai w, lay April 24. Rev B M Montgomery, hope to find some way of attracting Proven also in over 1000 business and governmental eets. .

w s kf', >f Orlando will preach, and dinner these people to buy at THE LARK HAS BIG VALUE. Official used car guides prove that The Lark
vll be served on the grounds. I home. To do this the Junior Chamber consistently holds its value better than the average low-priced,car. :.'
of Commerce, In associationwith
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$f SALE I the the North Small Florida Business Junior Institutof. College -" '::;": f'f.:
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PRE-SPRING will conduct a survey consisting -, : _
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the County to determine where '" :. ; t r 1::'::,

j.x.;-,.,' new the people buy the twelve major : EL _. ..,--1 "

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l will try to ascertain what can be 1 "'.
done to improve business. \.t
'1(, ,\.<' .... SEE US FOR RED BUSS SEED IRISH POTATOES' I:'".

GA. RED SEED SWEET POTATOES Mrs Irene Andrews is now convalescing
at home after an illness .' .

t Speight & McNair's Hybrid Seed Corn at the local hoFpHalx- .- ;.:....'":.' .

Charkstwi & Waternefeii Seed miss Billie Jean Coody tW returned THE LARK HAS THE BIGGEST SELECTION unquestionably. Six .:;;
i : Grey Congo from a visit in Mem; stunning stI 1a; two proven engines (vaS or Six}; three transmissions; seven axle ., ,
I Tenn, with her aunt, Miss M ratio*; optional like IWiu Iraction, Itill-1lol er, head rests, reclining scats-a: ,) .
;;,: ,TRY SOME OF OUR GOOD GA.RED SWEET POTATOES' I 3 Catherine Goody. list as long as )our arm. f.: .'
:? ire us for.your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT=; :* x -x_ h .. Visit your Studcbaker Dtal tr-and see the biggest values in town. t ,,:,.;.
I VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS John Lorenz of Library Service i :>- .

r; LARD' CANS SEEDSWE .:.;" i'in Washington of the and State. Miss Library VcmaNistendlrk In ,TIICCOl/ljlUc/ilIlOli t ieu.roJdJ.RI 1 Srl'PEIUKER
BUY YOUR PECANS IN ANY QUANTITYURLESSONS
,: Tallahassee visited the Madison,
County Library Friday.CANDIDATES .
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your friendly opponents buy up C. VERNON RAGANS ;_:

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HU-ZH from now till the election.
: Sliiny voters who will absorb iCor. ; ; fte<
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5" District Three .'!,:i <
GARDEN SEEDSFEEDS & ** THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Ffr
A qualified man who has time f' ,
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COKER'S SEED CORN ...FERTILIZER ,_ for the job I I am a candidate lor re-election AS Circuit Judge in the coming;
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,.*. FUNK'S SEED CORN COTTON SEED (Paid Political Adt't). primary. During the time I have served you I have given to _
the performance of my duties the full measure of whatever talents
.. DIXIE 18 SEED CORN .BLUE MOLD POISON and abilities I possess, and have mixed into It, the sound principle
( of the experience of life, and observation of the workings of the
PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR LIQUID. NITROGEN EARLY.. CARDOFTHpS impulses of human nature.I .
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FARMERS MUTUAL EXCHANGE We wish to' express our deep appreciation have not performed my duties like a mechanical judicial
to all our many friends robot without feeling or compassion, but instead I have used a

Phone lID 3-2269 Madison, Ha. for their kindness and thoughtful lot of- the milk of human kindness and have tried to soften the w ....+.-...
I ness, the prayers beautiful flowers cold letter of the law with patience and sympathetic consideration -.ft- ..
Ar "0 -- and love and sympathy shown us for people bogged down In trouble and beset with the burdens and misfortunes of life.
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Vete For - during the long Illness of our dear '
With the full cooperation of my fellow court officials, the hand of help has been given to 4
one and at the time of his passing:
scores of young law violator, as well as many of more mature years, with the result that a great
ANDRE-EIICT) and also for the many attentionsshcm"n number of them have been restored to good citizenship and useful lives.
me in my recent illness.

,. ; Sincerely Many times in criminal cases, the Defendants are unable to employ a lawyer. In that event,
t e f ; t:: Mrs R E Ragans and Children I see 3 to it*that their witnesses are summonsed that their rights under the law are fully
..ter. protected, and that they get an'absolutely' impartial trial by a fair jury, duly sworn to try the
I a ? 6r I. Mist Ethel Moore, student at ", case accordinff to the testimony and. the law.
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Bessie Tift College was the guestof ,.J
her parents Rev and Mrs J C v During my time of service, I have many times through patience and friendly help been
va able to save many homes from being wrecked by bitterness and discord by persuading those
Moore Jr, recently while on anIntersemestn
vacation.LATEST Involved to come to their senses, forget their differences take a new start and live togetherin
peace and harmony.Due .

to the fact that I am In the course of holding the Spring Terms of Court. I will not
HIT be able to travel around much In campaign work so I hope my friends will speak a good

y, word for me and my candidacy as often as they can find time to do so. However, if there are

w p Nl s RECORDS at--- breaks possible.I .In the Court schedule, I shall make use of that time. to see as many of my friend.. as

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shall be humbly grateful for the continuance of your confidence and friendly good w11l. r

p J I Ike) Hutto was born in Smith Drug Thank you for your help and support.

Madison County and has lived here
I 4'I Your friend,
:almost his lifetime. I Store
Married to the former Miss MarjTerrell 'I HAL W. ADAMS

\ a graduate of Greenville I! I Paid Political Advertisement Authorized by Campaign Chairman
High School, class of 1933. '- -- ---- -- -- -- -- -- --- -- -- --- -----
Has a family of five (5)) children, W.H.BiDyBaiIeyrJr.SCHOOL( ) :a .
apes from six to nineteen .years. .
Member of Cherry Lake Baptist BOARD, DIST. 4
Church, In which community we Suwannee Food Stores
now reside. ;, Hear Billy Bailey on WMAF ,
His occupation, training and mem-I Saturday, March 26. 12:40: PM
bership cover a vast field of experience I (Paid Political Adv't).
each one of which has Its j I
value and is asset Jo anyone I .
true fln
and especially1 those who are CARD OF THANKS'We GREENS Free Ovenware Colgate's

to serve the public in an crjadty. .
His motto Is to help those who TURNIP, MUSTARD withDelicious "tri a:
want to help themselves.You wish to express our sincerest SJIPPR J
can do so by Voting For thanks to our many friends neigh .CO ARDS' \ : Flour &? J
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and SupportingJ. bon and relatives for the kind. My. Large: 7c off .28
I. (IKE) HUTTO ness shown us, in the death of our
For TAX COLLECTOR beloved son and brother, George lOc Cat 25 lb. Bag X2.29: Giant 15c off .72

(Paid Political Adv't). Lawercnce Surles of WashingtonD I t .' ? :; .
C. Also for the ones that sent King Size 25c off 1.18BOX

flowers, and other expressions of OF .

RECORDS! love May and God sympathy.richly bless you in each Rocket 12'I I Oama Mayonnaise pI. 29c. FAB 3-'
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of your tomorrows. ,% .
Large 3c off .31
RECORDS Mrs S T Surles Mr and Mrs

D W Surles and family. STREAK of LEAK n OP G an t&7e off .76

BELGRADE' WHITE MEAT lOUM )C
RECORDS .

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" LP Record Shop today Jim Dandy HaGa 4I I .i.ie' .34
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to express our sincere

Wilis and heartfelt thanks to all the Box Grits lOc B. E. PEAS, 40 oz. .40' Liquid .39
many friends who haw' shown us

love and sympathy during the sickness AD Low Suds :
t and death of our dear loved! LARGE LIMAS, 40 oz. &>

Rec.rdingN Studio Bag Grits 5 Ib 29c I

404 E Hancock: St. one.May God's richest blessings be IABY LIMAS 40 02. :.43. Lae5cott .29

, Phone HU 3-6827 upon you all .' Giant ..8TI
The family of Jim Anderson. .

t J : S 'JIM DANDY Jumbo 2.55
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CARDOFTHANKSWe .
i DOG{ FOOD Palmolive or Cashmere -

The third session-Stay Young For .
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' Life Series-boinjr held at the County Instant 25 LB. BAG1' X2.15Soap, :
,' wish to express our deepest Agricultural Center on Friday evening .
appreciation to the doctors for the
March 23 at 8:00 p m will feature
1 care of our wife and mother, Mrs :Miss Reg. Size Ic sale 4 for .31
Alice Cromartle. Home 6 Jar 89c 'Barna
M T Tuten through her !aeara, Demonstration z. ; .. ,
Extension, Florida
Bath 2 bars 29
and for all the kindness shown us State "
University. She will discuss
friends when she passed APPLEJELLY20bz.Tnmbler25c .-
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body handles the food weeat
i away Monday/,March 14th. We are to make it available to body 10 tz Jar_ $1.49. SPREE
deeply' ;appreciative for all the cells and .
tissue for their use in re !
lovely .flowerifjlpod and expressions pair and !*, '. it4
upkeep of the body. Once 1' .. eZ .15
of love and sympathy We you ,know something of the way .....
p shall always remember you In our your body handles the food you eat OCTAGON LAUNDRY

prayers. it will be easier to feed It those FAMOUS LIBBY FOODS ,
Sincerely foods needed to Stay Young For
jj[ M T Tuten and children.. I Life. Bar ..11Ajax

The meetings are to MEATS r"Fiti1.iTs&\ VEGETABLES:
open eery.one
2 for 33POTTED
Let ..ffkr ml t air I interested in knowing more '

about the way food contributes to I Florient ..79ARMOUR'S. ",
MEAT 2 for ..25t Fniit Cock TaD 303 Z. <
I well-being and looks.BUSINESS can
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Muffler ad bi pipe Presbyterian business 'omen' circle ., I Pineapple No. 2 can Crushed ..30CATSUP Chopped Ham 12 oz. can ..59Pig

Monday night Mar 14. at her ROAST BEEF .63. <
iitsUlecl far, May lat Cherry Lake home with eleven 4 >' Feet 9 oz. jar .29 'I'"
members attending. Mrs Donald I : Family Sie.33
He Loper chairman conducted the CORNED BEEF .57 Clover Bloom Cheese Ib .53

business session The Bible lesson, I .
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GARDEN SWEET PEAS -49
Christ the Unifying Center of Life CORNED BEEF HASH .41 Dash Dog Food 2 for .33

I according to the Spirit was taught I
tviQ by Mrs George Candy. Mrs Loperrave DEVILED HAM. Y' .21 GOLDEN CORN 9't I Dial
the Christian education I
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hostess served a congealed ", ROSE DALE, PEAS Reg 2 for .31 .

JUne with coffee.. during the TRIPE .55 I or CORN, 2 for .29 Bath 2 for .41
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If you are a merchant wecan
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(Soil dose,bat It CD be moth J Conservation Seri Ice) ,
Dow tie experts'advice. Here are
The construction of the fourth some tips oa spradar vp Out family Beginning Friday, March 25th April 18th
waterway on the farm of Mr W L fefxax for a motoring week end ;
: Gaston. Chairman of the Board of ,nation 9 REGULAR $6.50 PERMANENT WAVES $5.00 .
prices never lower! I Smooth leather (brown): Uitjwwuw .
.- ?, ? ? -r .... -. .. Supervjson for Jbct )1a .1soq, .Solt IMP. tbx'otwit & drying paste S..... REGULAR $8.50 PERMANENT WAVES $7.00
Conservation 'District, was com ef a A&a]shot cratn.To Ehteq rREGULAR SIOUX PERMANENT WAVES $ .so ,
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highways never wetter P
pleted last Tuesday. The area was I
-, : : 1"11IP'' fertilized with 800 pounds of 4-S-8 LaV m's is located in the garage apt and home of Ruby L Register

: 3AL.WEA THER : fertilizer and seeded at the rate of East Lee-Jusf South of U. S. 90

30 pounds of Pensacola bahia -

jva crass seed per acre. The waterwaywas For Appointments Phone HU 3-6150

at covered with used shade cloth
zee priced
to serve as a match to protect the
seeding until the Crass is estab- } Mrs. LaYern Register Mrs. Mary Vickers

( # lished. The waterway will serve to

51295 :' r control row-water delivering it to OWNER-OPERATOR SENIOR OPERATOR

,g a natural watercourse: at the foot / .

\ !., 1 : of the slope. add joSet of )$ lei sad 1 cup of a.
Soil washed from the fields THE WEATHER
t t f .F water darkea with rural coats of
caused by unwise management ot lemon ou. SPECIAL !
Trade today for the t'' the land and' water, mean food Colored lagers: Mild soap sods -
i' most bud et-pleasing \ art neomiD Dd d,as art neutral oecnamL Week ending March 22, 1960
from the marketing less FRL-SAT. ONLY '
tires on the m3rketl 4 gone bag Rab ia fcsthf.Affintor '. Max. Mill Jit.Wednesday ;
l AH-Weathers by .. for the table higher,costs for what paftt wax.Rawhide. lettbtr:Saddle soap and 'T5 50' At Reg. 9.95 Thrift-Tex Rugs

t, 1 Goodyear.) All sizes low remains. It means less materials leather: Soa For bad Thursday 59 49.; U5
.. priced! .. for the Industries using farm Products sUias,AM steel wool Rises leatatr Friday 63 47 .11 $4.98 CashWellsFurnitureCo.
i ,' less business for merchants, with shellac, then wax.Coatnt 68 36 00)
fahrksi UM mild lad Saturday
t-.I.b.U iaes. 1 sap
tyN llrr less employment and less prosperity waUr.For hnvy sums,try:tbbp. Sunday 62 37 00
./taf mnt nctpptkU tin 1 for the District ammonia fat 1 pint of water. Liquid 59 36 00
0 ; 'Kaoleani wax can be rubbed ia liter Monday .
: Soil and water are the most Important 70 33 00
ifdenred. Tuesday
r '-a i il resources we have. Conserving Other tips: For scratches Ia ma .......
i .1 them is not the worry of total mad ef gluts fiber taM eat Total 1.70
r ; f IUd wool. Some ahmuama! hasp OWl CHARGE
the farmer alone; be would be the Rainfall week ending Mar 19th
I TYi-TTf Newl ;y <' ear be dcaat4 with pedal metal -
". 'I : *i u last to starve. It is important to ct.Mn. at Gibson Tower 340 In. Lovett Walter Edgar Connell Jr.
of Nashville
,' .. .. -.l SIZE V.u. all of us. flora Start cxtmnn teUoo-ttwdluaiC cf hunthuty *or away dryBtta.eoU tl t Tower 2.60 !In, Audlhv Tower 2.90 Go is held in the local Jail

I ?.10 X 15 S21.5" :. Soil Conservation doesn't cost- or.nt. Protect It with in, Sinclair Tower 3.60 in. Mill on a charge of driving while intoxicated
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1 It pays" lint coven, heary paper wrappiac Creek Tower 3.90 in, Madison in connection with an automobile
,23.5 or plastic ahect&s;. Do BOC Oil accident at 6:45
7.60x15 p. m.Tues
3JO in.
the locb aiarw- forestry headquarters
or: yoa might Uia .
1M...Mt or fabric.BOOSTER Sun rises Mar 23th: 621 am. sets day on State Road :53 seven and
TSrt; Miles Mrs
: -nMIILHI New Harrison, .....' one half miles south of Madison
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Wayne and Warren will arrive :"J rises Mar am.f00lr'1n. and two cars badly wrecked

; t r. :. f :SOX 14 $21.S. t', ( Sunday from Offutt Air Force Bill Bunker has Informed' the E-R, ) .constellation'of AquariusMar Deputy Porter said Connell was

"' ., t Base, Omaha Neb, for a week's that there will be. .an Important 23th. bringing two 1956 Ford can frpai
;c.. :' .; : 800; x 1" 23..5 ,. visit :with his mother, Mrs Hoyt orcanixaUonal meeting of the Booster High tide Mar 23th at St Marks South Florida to Quitman- whenih*
., Y. 6 Jolt control and the can left the
.' '# Wainwright his sister and brother- Club Wednesday. March 30 at light 123 pm.
8.50 X 14 25.95 road tamed over and were ditchedNu
In Zarc Mr and Mrs William-OlKer. 8:00. The meeting will be held at
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other involved.
car was
f .. plus tex end r.cef peW ..HrYELLOW. and brother. Masts Set Morrison ale the Invited IDch School to attend.and all members Donald Ray Stanton 21, of North
Is being transferred Offuttto A minor collision occurred Tuesday
from Dakota one of two hitchhiker
Keesler Air Base in Mississippi afternoon about two o'clock Connell had picked up. was hospitalized
I PINE where he will attend school.x George Ragans Jr. who has been between a Cadillac ear driven by for injuries. The other
C P Kelly of Madison going weston '
rr < stationed with the Air Force in' hitch-hiker and driver escaped !in
Phxkney street and a Ford
I Mrs R E Ragsns has been dismissed Greenland for nearly a year, bat, truck driven by Dalton Lewis Webb jury. Stanton's condition .was satisfactory
: from the local hospital fol- home on a thirty-day' leave, before of Lee going north on Duval street. at this writing
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Y .. at' the home of Mr and Mrs Henry He is with his parents* Mr and Tthickt were damaged to a moderate local hospital Monday;..tor treat

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ON billboards la burs, In '
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Church. A fleet of taxicabs wm. If 4 4I .
paid enough carry poster telling f '
the world that The family that r :

prays together stays together. -SBThink .
Some'of this advice must be taken, : .
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to judge from the crowds one Met -
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coming out of A o .
churches of all 5 )
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kinds. Our coun '
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ttan country but = '
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church li respectable ; M == .

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all over the Dr.Foreman I' "<"S t' S
world.There are more places where :
; this Is not true, than where it is 1s1c'S:: : 1= ; ,
f true. In East Germany today a boy ,
or girl comes near losing all chanceof .
\ a job if he or she does not leave I :
::1 the church and join the youth or- S" ,
ganlzation sponsored by the Party.In .

Japan India and other countries '- ,,,,, ,,, I''
to, be a Christian is to be .;, "" -
t thought of as unpatriotic. ..,.;:.

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Wi Hare Always Had Rivals ,

America is one of the few placesnow -
where Christianity is both ..
i popular and respectable. These I
1 other places where it is not are
l more like the situation when the

\ Christian faith was new Many .; : ? r. .
? American Christians have the curious 4
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: idea that if the going is roughwe \
should not send missionaries;

that if there are lots of religionsin .5 ...
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a country like India, for Instance .t' .
we should not upset their r- t'
theological apple-cart and confuse I THE CHURCH' FOR ALL .
them with a new religion.The real ALL FOR THE CHURCHThe
New Testament Christian would

have thought such notion rather '., Church, is the greatest factor on earth for
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ridiculous. It cannot be said too the building of character and good citizenship.
often: The Christian religion did
It storehouse of spiritual value Without
n a a
not vacuum.get Everybody Its start In had*religionof religious- back, 8rewn-tP1! There haven't been many; joys .in life_ pat strong Church.neither democracy sorcrrilizatxxi

some kind. Only, most of the compare to the thrill of being read to. Remember-we' came to know caa survive. There are four sound reasons why

were kinds not were good bad,enough.and the good Christians kinds most of those stories by heart-and we loved them more each time we every person should attend services, regularly and

did not propose to merge with other heard them. support the Church. They are: (I) For his

religions, they urged men to"turn own sale.: (2) For his children sake.: (3) For

from'dead idols" to the [not "."] w w"" Robin Hood and Little John-King Arthur and Sir Launce1otthe sale of his community and'nlt (4) For
Uvlng God. The "Gospel train"hu the sake of the Church itself which needs his
never tied in with any other.A they became old friends. And the heroes of our Bible stories-David :
I moral and material support. Plan to to
Dm for the Word and Daniel and the Boy Jesus In the TemPle-they lived before our church regularly and read your Bible go daily. j jt

Christianity in other words, is eyes as though the centuries had melted away.
exclusive. But it had amazing sue- ... 7 Day Book Chapter Verses
cess in that world so crowded with I'. '"
religions. And this was because Those stories helped to mold our lives. They taught uVcourage Sunday Luke .1 1-38

Christians like Paul never failed to and faith. We sought to be like the heroes we loved. Monday Luke 1 39-80
take advantage of any door for the Tuesday Luke 2 1-40
Word that stood open. Paul while
I *prisoner at Rome,had what most Today, grown-up, your child needs the right stories. Are you taking Thursday Wednesday Luke Luke 4 2 1-44 41

\ bad modem situation.preachers He would was drawing consider no a advantage of the Church's program of religious education for Friday Luke 5 1-39'

salary, he "had no church" as the v youth? Are you giving your youngster th2 best ctsrt in l life by makSaturday Luke 6 149ing
saying is he could not look for-
ward to promotion he could not do yours a worshipping, a church-supporting home?

any organizing, his only "parish"I

was a jail and jails don't offer .. c.J7riI" 1,44.Lbhv.Sewn,.Strahrt;v.
much in the way of a future. And
what a congregation Criminals av \
and prison guards not much hope
there. Yet Paul could write,to his
friends at Colossae about a'"d or .
for the word." He did not expect a
door for himself but he did pray .
for one for the Word of God.

His prayer was answered, too. These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week,Sponsored by the Following Individuals and
One of the doors for the Word wu
the conversion of a runaway slave 'Est.Wt tments:
called Onestmus.Through this man I
the religion of.Jesusspread where . rBJ_ . : J;( J2r.m '
Paul himself could not go.Then at .
i the end of PauTs letter to th Phil .
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REGISTER'S SERVICE
MADISON DRUG STORE AUTO WESTERN AUTO STORE .
llppiaas. written from a Roman wl
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The Rexall J. J. Sale Jr., Owner I.
j household, -palace servants store. .... ;Zf
no doubt. Paul would sever Phone HU 3-2300, Madison Fla. .1 sne HU 3-2383, )fa 1f1Oa.. Fla. -.: MADISON FLA. .,
have been invited to the royalpalace ,
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: but these humble Chrietlta '" : 2340 4
men and women, whom Paul had .' '" a 1 ...:-' :':. :{

probably converted prison, sine: '1.f'/ 'f ,.:r,f. '.''h' 1 j
he bad no chance to go anywhere .', 9 I' Ie'
.lee these .- .. ... < _
would take the Word : t. ..i. "0 k : 1k "
where Paul could not hope to go. -"MORROW INSURANCE QUALITY CLEANERS
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There must have been times COMADISON : Madison... Folds when your clothe are Ve
BATTERY & TIRE. Madison. Florida =
when even for the Word there was _. 0. ; coming to you they r.'becoming ,, '
ao door'that Paul could find. 80 It .. \. .
is In many parts of the world today FLORIDA. ..... ,. .:k)",.'M.''',,,.:,:" \\l.'I;' to of'' '- Phone HU." 3-Z35.,<. '. ,
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Ctermany or Japan or Y aea.or .. .
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; *sere are cloawl, artfcejr' ire ELECTRICkCO.: : : ; FRA.nG; I: '" :: .,
:, now sa China what do we do Beet? CHERRY'S *W SERVICE
Do w. write off missions as a lest Wiring and Repair-Appliance I raycK & TRACTOR co. CANTEY MOTORCO..
? Paul Ed STATIONVaflfon.
cane not.Be wrote to .
his Meads at Coloesae MADISON FLORIDA
to pray Mirfknn. Florida
Phone HU 3-2241 Madboa. Fla.
hat ted would open to him a deer ; Fla.v .
for UM Word.You do aot pray fee .. ... t
what ye ..sdrsaJy have. So BOW
when doers art thettlsc la .
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this was not a result of a si< .,are the principal sources of r :;;m I VISTTS.H.Hadden&Co.r

i income, and truck vegetable,
Ane down; and at San Antonio, ,

where another nationality as sugar cane & citrus fruits.a GOBYKELLY'SFOR .

KCOIKI well I as race enters the pictur. the principal crops. Beef and
_.. YOUR WATCH REP4DUNCCourteous ...
Advance' eating barriers were removed. dairy cattle raising are iiportant during our -*
Year in ,
Published, Weekly Subscription $3.75 Per Yeai In other daresay and beekeeping and Service
Renewals $4.00 Per many places we
Delayed !poultry] are large industries Outstanding Values Clearance Sale
the stores win go right oas Come in and See Us 1KELLY'S 1
Advertising Rates Made Known on Application I An annual festival featuric -
they are going, for the Pent *:i REPAIR SHOP

Post Office as tecond-class matter Jun in instances .,boat races and crowning or MADISONA
Entered at the Madison at. least; and some DryGoods
the King of the Bass is hel )
1879.
R5. 1908 under Act of March 8. we suppose the storewill /

C. MERCHANT T. C. MERCHANT, JR. just wash their hands of Moore Haven, the county seat, '
T.
OWNERS ,
: I was named for an early settler C CREAMER PASSESIN At Cost!
ASSOCIATES the whole mess and close up
AND for good. I of the area and is said GREENVILLE
their eating places
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.- 1901CONSOLIDATED I A C Creamer, age 71, died at his. BRIDE ELECT COMPLIMENTEDMiss
l'JE\V ENTERPRISE ESTABLISHED in the United States to bave

. JUNE 25, 1908 Calm and OrderlyWhatever ( a woman mayor. One of the home morning.In lie Greenville was a native last Thursda of Jackson ,-

U- T. C. MERCHANT, Editor a&d Publisher the outcome, or largest Indian mounds i In County Fla, but had been a elect, Barbara Naughton, bride-
was complimented by three
\ T. C. :MERCHANT, JR, Managing Editor the solution, there is no ocsasion South Florida, 40 feet hIgh, resident of Greenville for 15 years hostesses with a linen shower
'I, said to be the site of the last where before retirement he wa
\, MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor for any riot or dis, Thursday evening at the home of
.
I in the .
engaged sawmill businessHe
1t.. W. E. WILSON Advertising Manager.rjji order."r e have enough of I battle of the Seminole WaiLs Mrs S Guy Morrow. Hostesses
------ member of the Greenvllle
was a -
-- with I located in the county. No with Mrs Morrow were her mother,
1t' be spoken against ye ought 'to Beers of the law to cope Baptist Church and the<
not
week Gulf Mrs J \Wadsworth., and Mrs
County.DEMONSTRATION.
,f oRlr be quiet; and to do nothing ra.r.h1y.. my difficulty in any part of Masonic Lodge. Stanton Pepera.

4 "For ye have brought hither these the state, and it is for threst < Survivors include his wife, Mr
A Patrick's
St note
robbers of DAY Day prevailed
neither
: which are
men Georgia Creamer, of Greenville
; churches, nor yet blasphemers *of of us to be calm and or One hundred and five 4-H girls I : In the decorative plan of
three William of Tallahassee
fc t>w your goddess.: Icrly unless and until we are from Madison Taylor. Jeffersoi,' Ernest sons J of Jacksonville, & Otis, of" white and green, which: Is also the
f ti04l "-, For we are In danger t to Icputized by the proper au eon and Gadsden Counties part- honoree's wedding colors. Centering
Greenville; one sister, Mrs Charles
be called in question for this day. dpated in District Demonstrate the gift table was a miniature -
;horities to help. Tharpe of Port St'Joe, eight grandchildren -
.. uproar, there being no cause whenby Saturday, March 19th. The meeting bride dressed in white under
account of I : and three great-grand-
&ian
-- we may rat held in the Madison Count; a green umbrella. Arrangementsof
this concourse. Setter State and Agricultural Center. thlldren. gladioli, azaleas and Baby's
in
Winter Spring "And when he had thus" spoke Girls from Madison County who Services were held Friday afternoon Breath were placed on the mantels
dismissed the assembly. in the Greenville Baptist
he
1 Spring, according: to the (Complete account Is in the 19t Country:: ;ave demonstrations were-Brend; Church, the pastor the Rev Julian and tables.
assisted Id
Sunday Hair foods Geraldine Al The honoree was
calendar, has come-came chapter of Acts.) dairy ; Maddox, officiating and churcl
jnorning-but winter is ., We do believe that the land and Judy Searcy, a dairy hoir: rendering music. Burial .wan opening her gifts by Mrs Bill Cave.
s. Misses kathryn, Carlena and Jean
i'ith1s at this writing. Sunda; unctioning of biracial commissions roods team demonstration; Wilma Evergreen cemetery with arrangements -' Miss Carol
BeFrien&y Morrow and Mary
morning our thermometer went in areas of tension Jean Davis, salad; Blanche Gentry and. in charge of T J Begg:. Naughton assisted with serving. A
Sandra Grimsley,
i down to 37, and this (Monday;) The writer Has been it- night be able to help; at Judy Joining Livingston.; Child Care; and f fr Funeral Home. ,, dessert course. nuts and coffee

Did itespecially reluctant in these columns east, we hardly see how such Active pallbearers include served.
morning to 36 ( anyone Mary Lu Parrish, a milk drink. Andrews B F Smith, were
,
Icssrs Lamar
cool places have ice knowing the explosive nature could do any harm. We are a Sirs Felton Almand, Mrs Bob Charles Fagan,, I The honoree received many lovely

either or both of these mornings -j I of[ so many people's emotions,! great believer .in talking earcy, 1trsViley Blair and Mr Paul Hubert Hendry Sherrod and Alvin Booth, gifts Her gift from the hostesses
the recent wave of should I Roberts local 4.11 leader I was a Bates heirloom spread.
?) The seasons are late and. to discuss I Kings over. And if we foils
difficult. lunch counter sitdowns and all to be more graciousnd with fourteen leaders from the
planting has been try KITCHEN CABINETS
when other counties assisted Mrs Almon Termites Swarming? O
However
Many report blue mold; however similar matters. more helpful and more ipperer., Home Dcmonstratioi 0 COUNTER TOPS
Saturday the situation did become tens onsiderate and play up the CALL
one person told us gent and Agents from the other
that he did not have any] I In our own state capital not fAraway : many good things about usall xmnties with the day's program. BllrkeExterminating G-E APPLIANCES

blue mold in his tobacco beds' and wild rumors (whicl instead of magnifying the Juanita Cason. president of UvH

Soon, we must believe, the vc felt sure were unfounded]) few bad things, we would .. County Council, presided O'n'the Co. 1 IIM.ono

weather will warm up, and a 'ere even abroad in our own have a better state and coun- meeting. She was assisted by] .
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believe Inda Walker, vice president ofthe Phone 293-J Perry Florida
the community, we can hardly ,
from try.
few months now very Council who also -- -
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who have been won that the newspaper is doIng FRATERNAL
ones of us led the devotional and pledge tothe OUR
dering if winter would ever end its full duty unless it doestake American flag and 441 pledge, LIFE PROTECTION

Twill be talking about the hot some cognizance of the First Woman Mayor renda Blair led the group in sing

weather. situation and does try to helpVhat f, Glades county, in the far ing._

: > follows nOW are the southern part of the state, has Mr and Mn J J Reichmann of

To Be Considered aim, unimpassioned, friendly I sn area about a fourth larger roseola came Monday, March 14,

,noughts of a kindly old I tban that of Madison County,I I for a visit with Mr and Mrs Kirby OFFERSLESS1
Collins made his themn I famfy.iE .
Governor I nan, so please take but a population only about. ichmann and

,big speech Sunday afternoon on a kind and friendly spirit a fourth as great. It Is located'I I II

the racial question, which has !I and disagree if you wish but ('a the west border of Lake I ARE HEADQUARTERS -

..:become so acute in many cities'over rt's be friendly right on. named
keechobee and was
,
the South, and especially portion FOR MAJOR AP- THE FAMILY FRATERNITYVVOODMENFTHEVVORLD-.
for the Everglades, a o tRio
'in our Capital' City. On such flight Have Discussed of r which is in the county I WESTERN % y
UANCES. ()
the
an issue as this, where The county was created fromd :i (| (

emotions of many becomesupercharged fetter DeSoto county in 1921. m I "vSSSt LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY
naturally thereis and cattle raising +!+St't UOJiE.OfnCEi 1701 Famish 8trt
the first let Agriculture ___. _
a great difference of opinion.' In place, us say w- -,.-
that it is belief that areat
'Doubtless there were a number our

who approved of the speech,t. many colored people aren '

some perhaps did not care too I the whole ,quite satisfied

'much either way, and I with things as they are. Both ... '' : Switch to Switches Go Electric

some were angered by it.: ices have been used to the .F .

Nevertheless, considering the'I Astern that has been long in v ,_ L.--' re The way to cook and heat wafer

ountry as a whole, it is quite ,ogue and are not specially i

' likely that the speech, along concerned in trying to change 'I

with other events, will have it. At the same time we can .4t '

propelled him into a prominent,, wen understand the feeling of

position for consideration as the' those! of the colored race, young w

Democratic nominee for Vice-i for the most part, who con- 4 '

President this summer, and in-,I der that if they are permitted y.

deed, if the convention should I to r spend their money in various a' i k ..k

become deadlocked, perhaps apartments of a store they

.even in connection with the I I lould be given the regular ",'f ,

top spot.TbeRiatlnEpbesus. I rvice at the store's eating I' 'i\) f '. >r .-' .--',,-,'."" ,._ ... I
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[ I should have this immediately service, they retired SAVE IP Tt $511! \\3.\ >;;." ", .


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cityf discrimination keenly enough to a EltckTc Cooking :, / xd : ..

take their trade on the other end Weftr Heetinl"o'

'what we would consider a'items also elsewhere, we hardlysee .". ,.
I blame IS.'. 111 bawl t Slink t* '
quite minor matter, and we that anyone could

thought it might not be inap.propriate them. Indeed if instead of smttkts. it mpg pty SU ta- c ":
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the counter wtrl) t.t 'UtltUttif cut of -
here to quote some' forcing the issue on You'll fiov. woe tim to nioy Florida
of' I' had discussedthe .m tbctric rasp tai v'tr Uctrk oppli
it: I siudowns, they nvl,.. when J09 ir % automatic
I i"And the whole city was filled matter with the store management "ltlf ", ''ldal t fla.t-tnt tlftce. Cool ftg'110 HI' the electric way.Time

with confusion: and having caught I I in advance, such might o"G..a ftf hi tib,.. and !.mp.ratur conrrols not only allure tasty and
for fun
Galus and Aristarchus. men of .s-w oe rah tvlr*. but give you mart time
Jeala II
._ Macedonia, Paul's companions Intravel !' have been a better way. Toad r--. r family. And with an electric water hauler, there
they rushed with one accord tnt t*bed off'" are no burners to light no gadgtU to odjutL

into the theatre. 1 Jvst.set It and rorgtt It." Automatically you get
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:;;.........,...... Some therefore cried I What Next oil the hot want you n..d. right when you wad
one thing, and some another: for the
assembly was confused: and the What the store management; It. So why not switch to an automatic et.c-'
more part knew not wherefore they' will now do in the situation depends : and water h.attr In your homo. s..
tric rang
were come together I on a number of factors. dealer or plumber for details on the big Install *

f*"-.-- ........ AU with one voice about TIle papers say that some of .' your tion savings being offtrtcL Go AII- .ctric
the space of two hours cried out. ;
the stores in Suffolk Va., have and saY.tw
Great is Diana of the Ephesians. .. ,
;'And when the town clerk had' done away with the, counter ', .&.6. "o.. k : 4
appeased the people he said Yemen :
of Ephesus, what man is there seats and opened the restau- i ., .
that knowcth net how that the City rant ,to all comers on a'standing 4 ; fU RID-rjJ COIU'OfATlON -@

oflUie Ephesians is a worshipper of basis. The airport restaurant i : _

the great goddess Diana and of the at.AUanta was opened to every- ,
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image which fell do..n'lrom..Japite'rt I incident ..I "81! ;-, ", ':' C !
though
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'1 ,: ........ l 1960 COTTON MUST BE. l'
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/ PLANTED OR RELEASED j ,
NEED
MONEY

CLASSIFIED ADS But unable to work full lime? Florida cotton-growers must decide j I SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.;

Earn $2 to $3 an hour representing whether
to
use or release I
Avon Cosmetics in your their cotton allotments by April 1. r r: 1GD S. PATTERSON STREET
spare time. We train you. Write I
*ar salt AVON COSMETICS Box 3103 County Agent Rudy Hamrkk says ; VALDOSTA GEORGIA ..
MSS, Tallahassee Fla this roust be done in order to'pre :i ,.:4'.
vent reduced allotments for future : ',:. tr"JJaebiro, Repair Rental SewIng Course
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B. Davis jr. ? Accordinc to the County Agri- j and
W. SELL LIVE STOCK AUCTION cultural Stabilization and Conservation j L1 .. : New Machines $59.50 up
your cattle and hoiI1n our
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE WANTED office the 1961
: cotton allotment j
auction start
FARMS each :Monday. Sales at: t ". CALL VALDOSTA CH 4-2301 COLLECTService ,
ACREAGE 1:00. MONTICELLO STOCK' forearms will be reduced if j

BUSINESS RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL ,' Oak and Hickory YARDS, Monticello, Fla. certain conditions are not met in j[ in 24 Hours
ESTATES
APPRAISALS Registered Angus bulls for sale 1960. '"

at all times. I Farmers who know that they tIe./I1Ad. .... f# -4!::: .
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE #h+ '-" '\I..... ,.. _' - -- -" --- ..-- ......----
TITLE INSURANCE '. Logs will tact plant at least 73 percentof -- -
their tarms' cotton ALL CANDIDATES-Please I .
112 West Base Street allotment in ?
t MADISON. FLORIDA ANY AMOUNT URARDINJEWELERS 1960 can help thcmsehes and let us have your political ads!1

Phone HU 3-6277 other cotton farmers by releasing by TUESDAY ,NOON at the MI

FOR SALE kD.REAMSJIL For allotments before the deadline. I latest. Thanks. .THE ER.SULLlVApTFAMILY .
SILVER, CHINA CRYSTAL Under a recent amendment to I ::;; S

PHONE 2861GREENVILLE DIAMONDS JEWELRY the lathe 1960 allotment is required REUNION i
1959 :Model 3-bearoom masonryhome. .
FLA. EXPERT REPAIRING to be used as the farms
Corner lot. &1A% mortgage.Lacks .
good and is good with pay- allotment base in determining the Mrs II Williams' home at Lee t

ments only $71 per month. Cash l 1961 allotment if at least 75 percent was the setting Sunday Mar 13,
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to mortgage, NO CLOSING COSTS. --HELP- WANTED- --- I) NATIONAL of the 1960 allotment is for the reunion of the Sullivan

ONLY $1000 DOWN BRIDAL planted or "rejrarded as planted. family, descendants of MrsVII.. 1SINCE

$250 per hour or more for partor SERVICEYAIJOSTAGA. Acreace may be "regarded asplanted" liams' parents, the late Mr and

Broadus Willoughby fun time route work. Large repeat If it Is released to the Mrs Jefferson Dial Sullivan. Sc\-en-I 1901

orders. Man or woman. Write ) County ASC Committee or put ty-eight members of the family I

REAL'I'ORPhone McNESS CO., Box 2766, DeSoto Sta.,I under the Conservation Reserve feathered for a day of visiting anda
Office HU 3-6481 Menapfcls 2 Tenn. 29-2t-p SOS No. Pattenoa Can TaUaCOUect -
Residence HU 3-6481. Madison program.Hamriek bountiful picnic style dinner 3-4340
hasseeWORLD"S
MADISON, FLORIDA says fanners should plantat served in the yard.
least 75 percent or the 19CO allot The four and five sons
Help! Help! Befe! daughters
J.D.Scruggs.EVRISTER ment to cotton; release at least 73 of the pioneer couple, their children tARGEStJ
percent of the allotment to the
SALE and grandchildren included:
FOR -- --- ----
ASC county Committee: include at
I Mr and lIrsV1Il1uns and family
Yes Help is wanted at the
Mr and Mrs Ernest Price of
REGISTERED SURVEYOR least 75 percent of the allotmentacres
W ite Top Drive-In. If you are Ph. HU 361116MADISON in the Conservation Reserve; of Lee; Miss Florence Sullivan and Omaha, Neb.. who were called
80 Acres Laid, Mr and Mrs Gerald Barber of
a waitress or night cook, don't FLA. or use a total acreage to at least south two weeks ago by, the critical -
Auburndale, Mr and Mrs Gerrard
walk but ran to the WHITE 75 percent of the farm's 1960 illness of Mr 'Price's brother
40 cleared 40 planted In-pInes. For your grinding and mix- Carroll and children of Live Oak:
allotment in all of these Wallace Price- of Quit man. left
Price $80.00 per acre. Terms to TOP, and: say, WHAT'S THE farm call WEST cotton Mr and Mrs R G Sullivan, children -
be arranged.I Ing on your three8)1 to ther.decisions Saturday to return home. Mr Wallace -
DEAL )IR
MERRITT. MILLING and grandchildren of Jacksonville .
END ) COMPANY, These are necessaryin Price passed away Saturday,
Mr and Mrs L J Sullivan
need listings on homes, acreage :
Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 order to fully protect the base March 12 in a Thomasville. hospital -
farms, lots. and son, of Lake City; Mr and
collectJOHNW.WADSWORTH for the farm's 1961 and future cot- and funeral services were
Mrs J D Sullivan Jr of Hamilton
Wanted ton allotments. held in Quitman the Monday fol-
LUCINDY J. VARNER County; Mr and Mrs R J Sullivanand
Hamrick urges any cotton farmer I lowing. Mr and Mrs Price visited
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POLES. PULPWOODSAW two daughters. Sybil and. San- ,
their brother-in-law, David Lanier,
REALTOR TIMBER in the county who now knows
dra of Madison. Group pictures and
across from will buy in bulk or on piece basis Registered Surveyor that his allotment will not be movies were made of the gathering. [and family here, relatives in Jacksonville -
SETZER'S SHOPPING CENTER See Us Before You Sell planted this year to visit the local - : and points in South Florida -

OFFICE PHONE: HU 3-C848 ASC office Immediately to discuss,I the new provisions of the law. before returning home.
Phone HU 3.2372
I Hiixford I Pulnwoodxffh! .. ,
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I NICIITS & SUNDAYS: HU 3-6868 .. MADISON. FLORIDAMrs
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BEFORE SELLING your timber or Write Robert Andrews, Senior at

or timber land please see me. Ware BOX 31, PERRY FLA. FSU, began interne teaching last

limited pulpwood also amount Interested delivered of pine-hardwood by in buying truck to a ---- HELP WANTED. --- ---- son week elementary.In the first school.grade at Mad.!' <:' ; i If you're going to buy a : ;


Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. LOOK: Splendid Rawleigh business -x- : k;'" .
See, write or call available In Madison Co. Exceptional Mr and Mrs Harry Nicholson t
L. P. GIBSON opportunity for industrious i accompanied by Mrs Marie Park S
Rt. 3. Madison. Florida; person. See C E HOWE 914 WhiteSt. I left this week on a trip to Richmond .,( ,""" t' low price car..be sure { S

Phone. : Cherry akerBSGS" r Lh'e' Oak or write Rawlcish's Ind. ". <.
Dept. FAC-I40-18. Memphis Term ,
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FOR In
SALE 3-bedroom house
:
Priest Subdivision, oak floors, 3-18. 25. 4-8-pd! Are you peddling insurance, I :

two baths. Ir B WINTENBURG. WANTED: White woman, 45-65, tranquilizers, shoes, or auto- "c, : get the better one! : 'S

29-2t-pd urgently needed to care for mobiles? Keep the public in- you
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FOR SALE: One 16-inch exhaust elderly gentleman In Live Oak formed of your valuable services ,

fan $10; one coil springs for Fla. Call Collect Live Oak with an inexpensive I .
double bed $7. PEP'S CAFE. FO 2-1431 between 5pm Feb '
29-lt-pd weekly ad in The E-R, saying Many people figure that since the car Some new-car buyers are skeptical when we .
25.26,27. After Feb 27 write Mrs
_.------ nice things about local folks they are considering has historically had tell them this price story. Here are-some-of S
WILBUR WALKER Live Oak
block ,
FOR SALE: Nice home one Fla ; since 1865.CORN a "low-price name it must be, in fact the questions they ask-and our answers:
School J
from Greenville High '
,. low-price car. .
B DAVIS, phone nu 3-6601, ..'t w"M"r
J TYPING BOOKKEEPINGDone
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Madison, Fla. 29UchSALEOi9i4 in my- home. Reasonablerates. $1.30 in Jasper Thin, at one time, was true. But today Q"Do you mean Mercury f* now a low- '

Will pick up and deliver. the Dane of cars U you may know, have cut Did you reduce prices.
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FOR Oldsmobile, Phone Tallahassee 2-3947 write very little to do with their price Many
excellent condition priced to sell. or "Yes. Monterey prices are $174
MRS. MARY: E. McCOY 1S14 can with traditional! low-price name cost A. now ,
Contact B WYCIffi, Phone HU lower and include' that
extras
Pepper Drive Tallahassee Florida. more than Mercury-a name you have many .
29tfchFOR "
36240. "
-'- -- 3o-2t- h \ always associated with higher price cant. are now standard equipment.

RENT: Two houses near Our point is this: H'
"But in your price comparison aren'tyou r. c
Metal Plant L. F. KELLEY, .. NoticesA jut Q- talking about'stripped Mercury

Phone HU 36379. 30-lUh wishing, .. A Mercury Monterey, with -with rubber mats, plain interiors, :..

( modest charge Is made for no equipment, no glamour .
Furnished apartment for Rent won't f de laze appointments, is now
public notices in this column). #
Phone Mrs Van H Priest, HU '\ priced $31 to $66 r less* than any A "No we're talking about a deluze-I
3-2394 Madison. 29-2t-ch doitBUT appointed Monterey with beautiful
I of the best selling Fords, Chcircle nylon interior and deep thick carpet. .

FOR ments RENT In :Bevan Two furnished house. apart DOC, \ S U, and Plymouths (the V-8 im g. The comparison is fair."

EDGERLY-. .-- HU 3-6128. 28-3t'pd-- powered Galaxies, Impalas, and Q "Do all Monterey models have as good /
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FOR RENT: Furnished apartment repairing: done by set "doctors" life Insurancewill Fury) Yet Mercury offers yon a price story"
; T. HOLTON SR. Phone
Apply IL ,
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within few dollars. It's the .
a
HU 32254. 26-tf-ch far more of cTerything yon want AYes.
amazing value story ever offered.
---- -- Unfortunately,just within .
FOR RENT: One five-room house make future dream in a car. Just read below.
won't our J
with car port all modem conveniences -
and six acres of land. At come true-howe\er, in many S IM M MMMrbM if.nvfKtvrmT MnnM 1%$ntrf..print to fcml-rlcd VI pwtntf noMfc
will
Cherry Lake on Prairie Road canes Security life insurance and protection for

Box 112. Apply MRS JOSEPH your family a colltf education .
DEMBINSKI. t-ch, '
for your children and a carefree MERCURY ADDS UP TO A BETTER LOW-PRICE CAR-Mercury has a 7

FOR building RENT on: The South R Range Mickler street.'store I I retirement be provided for for yourself you through can all '. to 8 inch longer wheelbase than Gafcutie, Impala, and Fury + 289 to 494 poundsmore

Available now R C DICKINSON. TVs We'know Ills how. and to -"diagnose cure 'cm your fast any one of many Farm Bureau weight -f up to 23% more insulation -f more spacious passenger com Pte'

IIU 3-2517 24-lt-ch Life Insurance proframs. meat -self-adjusting} brakes + up to 28% more visibility + more luxurious interior -

_.- (QUITMANTELEVISION with Discuss local your Farm future Bureau plans + finer quality (every Mercury is road-tested before it is shipped, not just .. ;-I
FOR RENT: Three-room down your S
stairs private apartment, furnished. Insurance Agent and let him spot-checked as all other low-price cars) = Smoother ride,extra satisfaction. .

and private entrance. MRS. SERVICE how you bow easily Farm Bureau S
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KIRBY REICHMANN, Phone HU life Insurance can make

3- 202.- 28-tf-ch, 401 We E Stevens Repair St I your future dreams come true MERCURY-the better low price car 3S -

FoR '. Two house Trailer 1 Record-Pltyen-Automobile Radios j I

RODGERS TRAILER A Few Choice Selections Sfttrtkrn Farm Bureau ..
HU 36555. SALES'j IN USED TV SETS ,

j WANTED:-Fu 11orpart time ToNEY sales- PROMPT Work guaranteed COURTEOUS satisfaction SERVICE j Insurance Co. HARDEE MOTOR CO. S '., ;

Phone write
or ;
man. ,
OUR WAY OF SAYING .
BUILDERS INC, PO Box 541, THANK YOU HERMIT HORNE .
I Coraer Base & Hancok Streels Madison Fla. <
Lake City, Fla, Phone 3736. : Phone 9431 Quitman, ,Ga BOX 38 HU 34A63 I 7 -

225-tf-ch,;. Baddy, ,Tillman -- Charles Rocent MADISON, FLORIDA i i;'

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TWELVE THE ENIERPRISE-RECOKDER, MADISON FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1960

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I a it's 1twfiI. ..! I reputation Madison of County having has a good the CERTIFIED COTTONSEED EMPIRE 'CORN $1.30 in Jasper ,

County Court. Keep this good]i -- ,,

I 1..EIIt..t reputation by Voting For and C.toGGlidatesm at '
Slight Charge
-.-. is He-electing a man that, has
., proven himself qualified in J. C. BURNETTE j'
-- A slight charge Is made for:
respect for the many
every
ON DEAN'S LIST BUSINESSMEN - Cotton Gin $ ALL ENTERTAINMENT
legal duties of this important
NOTICES
I
t If you want customers every
John Wing, a Junior\ in the Schoolof I week in store tell 'em. office MADISON, FLA. (regardless of sponsor) ,
Chemical Engineering at the j your VOTE FOR I 0 ALL NOTICES OF MONEY-
about it in an E-R ad I Afl.E 'r-UINGS --
every RAISING PROJECTS
of
University Florida, was flamed LET US ELECT
to the Dean's list this semester week. I ISHERIFF'S Curtis D. Earp (regardless of sponsor)

SALE COUNTY JUDGEPaid } 1ou.GH I EcnY 1) .L (Eddie) Flowers S ABOUT ALL NOTICES MEETINGS IN ADVANCE OF ANY

fRepakig ( Political .AdVt FOR, COUNTY JUDGEPaid KIND
? (regardless of organization)
McllLUAMS Notice is hereby given that pur ( Political AoVt
GARAGE Candidates-Strew your name -n Prices are reasonable. Rising production *
cu&nt to a Writ of Execution on
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i-- x:: Judgment for Money, issued out of all around the county with E-R fit! costs force us to omit ALL
Seber's Cleans FREE .
ADVERTISING.THE
the Circuit Court in and for Alachua i Campaign cards, posters, cir Fish
County, Florida dated December 9, ENTEItPAISE:RECORDER
He E-R Prints A. D. 1937: in the cause wherein culars. Be sure to say some- ,., 'i
Baird Hardware Company is thing nice about yourself even
plaintiff and IL JI. Henderson is "* z,
if no one else will. '
EterytligI defendant, I, Slmmle( H. Moore, ", ,j
I Sheriff, Madison County, Florida Notice To Farmers
r have levied upon all right, title and Sporting Coeds At
1 I interest of the above named de-I
1j fondant In and to the following \
j described property, taken into custody BRYAN RECTO CO. We Buy Yellow Ear Corn the,
by virtue of this writ as therein .. ""
t commanded and will offer for Year AroundPrice
"' Live the Voters your Sales Pitchin
sale the following described pro an inexpensive E-R ad. Don'tend 1.
OPEN FOR
BUSINESS
I perty, to wit: up in the bottom spot on election Now Is
One (1) GMC Pickup Truck,
night! Call The E-R today'
I I Serial No. 101PY9108, and that, on Small Gas Engine and say Write an Ad for me
the 4th day of April, A. D. 19GO. will yuh? -
at the west front door of $1.30 per bushelpicker
I the :Madison County Courthouse in Repair Shop G-E Appliances l
I the City of Madison Florida, between LJ.A.M1TCHELL
the legal hours of sale to picked |
wit: 11:00 o'clock in the forenoonand Robert J. Beasley Howerton Supply Co.
2:00 o'clock in the afternoon, :
I will offer for sale the same at SMITH'S SERVICE STATION I"""CANDIDATESDon't---- ,
bolita be toocnsenath.e r
tickets and
except bidderor
public outcry to the highest
bidders for CASH, the proceedsto LEE FLORIDA i about proclaimingyour Milling Company
Money! be applied as far as may be to -:: virtues in an E-R ad. Re-
the payment of all costs to satisfy : JASPER FLA. .
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the above described Execution. SCHWINN BICYCLES member your opponents are n
SIMMIE II. MOORE, Sheriff, Franchised Dealer &Service: 1..not likely to say many good
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CANDIDATES-Don't be too Madison County, Florida 28-4t-ch HOWERTON SUPPCY CO. 1'things. about you.

conservative about proclaimingyour SHM .i
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virtues in an E-R ad. Remember I ;
your opponents are Candidates Panhandling .,.. / See The DiaL SWt OTJ Slow la color Soa&y,NBC-TY-Th Pit Boone O>'ty Showroom wwlly,ABCTVr ,

not likely to say many good Voters can't shake you down

things about you. when you talk to fem in an E-R

To give 'em your sales pitch call Ad. h

The E-R by TUESDAY at 5 P M '. .-
and say, TAKE AN AD, PLEASE! _
GOIdyear Farm Tractor
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KEEP UP WITH POLITICS ,. & Tire Co. -- ... ... ...,. re., I'I
IN THE: E-R

; A *.. *tm cars fct see Jut.*.tick ffp awl JMIMTMM when that's full you can start on the trunk. ,
NEW : SIX-P.SSEHGER to fcaaf*...tared ipc to eta cM Cbrrair: you see, is, no ordinary compact f;
JIGMESt: xi
lit JU4)ot as ski. |..>t tot toshfac esmfNtkte car.No others are so rtrsatile so ingeniously '
.: CAR ORSTATJON q.r Mpaclrji ICs" ttarfjHMe e1..aeet engineered-with independent suspension at ,
... utrMrMlurffy Sftctkjl.- all four wheels, an air-cooled rear engine -:;
f4j that nerer needs water or antifreeze.You just f
WOULD YOU BUILD A NEW HOME ON 1L I SEDAN Como does car-pool duly with the biggest can't compare anything else coming out j;
YOUR LOT OR ACRE ,- and bat of them.Going to work or school or these days with a Corrair.Date one..,soon }:
NO MONEY DOWN CHECK THESEfl : iaaa .... oat for the erming. jouVe got a genuine .
... I"'" IS NTH! six-Mater.As for carting around piles" of tuff For economicalThu corvalr J
5 SILLS. .NOT 3 ; instead of people just look at CorraiVs ltatioanuuporlGl.OII- I'pniotrT >

No. 1 FLOORING,' NOT No. 2. .

N. .,1, SIDING NOT ,No. 2 .s
2x8 FLOOR JOISTS, NOT 2x8 ..-
.' TERMITE SHIELDS >. .wr 4 y'i I
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CREOSOTE ALL SILLS and FLOOR JOISTS ; 'f. M ..:- ';,

SAME PRICE AS OTHERS THAT. USE No.',2 MATERIAL .

AND THREE SILLS -
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will buy from Sparks Best

it At Corral 700 Door Sedan
_Our_ Satisfied-customers are our GREATEST asset .
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'Ibl&*blocking ottt of the thermostats -
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makes the and
I pumps cut off
on during mild weather more frequently -
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BETTER TRADES! ; and is a source of some ]
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1 noise due to expansion and contraction COMPLETE
of radiators time the
> ROOMSY
;'. 1' < > every
f'f'I' pump opera tes.. We suggest that 1

controls be placed -back in service i
'J : '" Jan ,
:: as originally Intended.
t
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: tales that the loss through thertadcore
I W j ;
-
-OJ!" VI "
>' g'. '''' : floor is about as muchas FURNITURE AT
: ft all the rest of the room put together.
; L.Jn
r Rambler: ,j...:;:...: 1 ;r With 50 degrees F outside :
r
y auxnau ,
'
r temperature, the"temperature" on top
'"
\ ';.' ". Jf of the, floor was 60 degrees and

'WARE4MeTORS' ISI the temperature on a chair eighteen ; ., .
r .
inches
I above the floor was a .
70 degrees F.: With lower .

VALDOSTA GEORGIA outside temperature this differential f.O.;
i
I between the floor and seat temperatures :'i' ,,-
,
will, of course, be proportionately <.:

----.- greater. S S ''';. ,.t, .......
Miuutes.ftIieB.ardef In my opinion the main sourceof ..,

When buying JER discomfort in these rooms is : ;: .
due
to the cold floor condition.

from Newsboys. Public festincfiwi Two things could be done .to BlRNHiURE I
improve the comfort. One is to .
Utilize this space for laboratories b "

Please DO NOT park in the March 2, 1960 class: rooms, storage, etc by blocking -
street and make your newsboy run The Board met in regular session -I it in and heating it Another is .

out Into the street to make a sale on the above date with all to leave the space open to the outdoors Joo.'f. ., .. "
Kindly pull over to the curb. members present The meeting was and an insulation should be \ .

Our newsboys have Instruction called to order by the chairman I added to the under ride of the floor. 128 N. Patterson dosta CH 2-1515
to STAY OUT of the streets and Mr Russell Dugan and opened One good way to insulate would be ,
we will appreciate' your cooperating with prayer by Mr Marcus Cherry.Mr to strip the concrete slabs with : :
with us AND THEM tar Van H Priest Chairman wood strips and apply a good insulation
THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very North Florida Junior College Advisory such as fiberglass in one inch

touch. Committee, appeared before thickness. It would be well to consult
the Board and presented the foil your architect for recommendedway $299.00g.PJECE
I the Board and presented the following of applying this material. |

matters concerning! North Please advise if we may be of
I NeedHeiphKCiHTRS Florida Junior College: any further assistance.
(1) lrlneer'. report concern Cordially yours,
Ing the heating system in Science MCE: fs M., C EBAUGH BEDROOM GROUP .. .. .. .. $169.93
Bundm Final Dresser and Mirror, Bookcase Bed Chest Innerspring
Preparig Y- (2) drawings for the Administration -,
February 26. 1960 I Building on the campus] Mattress Box Spring, 2 Pillows and Bedspread.
i Subject: Heating System of North Florida Junior College
lie. Tax ScIence Building
I were approved by the Board and
North Florida :Junior
ordered forwarded! to the State Department

? I Mr_ Griffin' College of Education for final approval : -
Bishop
; on motion by Mr Bailey,
,
Florida f : -
Dear Madison Mr Bishop: seconded The following by Mr. Cherry letter was and received carried. T :4 ;

We have investigated the subject
from James J Gardener, President
heating system anr have the following
Suwannce River Junior College,
to report. i a
concerning final drawings for
We find the radiators to be cor-
Science Building Mr Bailey offereda
rally selected for capacity in each -
room the boiler to have adequate motion to approve these final ._ t 1c k
plans and forward to the
same
capacity and the system in general I
4Call. i State Department of Education for
iI well designed for its intended purpose. a
.4I I I J final approval. Motion was secondedby
Mr Smith and carried.
Ii I The original design included an
I outside thermostat which varies the I March 1, 1960
i f boiler water temperature going to Mr Griffin BishopSuperintendent
the radiators in proportion to outdoor I of Public Instruction
temperature. It was designed Madison. County
ao that when the outside temperature i )Madison Florida
is 20 degrees F the water Dear Mr Bishop:
tetperature is 240 degrees F. As I The Advisory Committee of su-

the outside temperature goes up, the wannce River Junior College met
boner water temperature goes and reviewed the final plans for
down, maintaining more even tem- the first unit of the college. The
perature control in the building. I committee accepted. the plans as I, I
This has been blocked rout and the i drawn and recommends the approval -
boner Is operating on its water by the Board of Public In.]+
temperature thermostat The boiler I I struction. I
was cut on at about 224 degreesF Respectfully yours 1
water temperature and cut off at Is] James J Gardener, President J
238 degrees F. 'without regard as JJGxIw I ,
to what the outside temperature Bids for building material were ,
might be. canvassed as follows: '
A room thermostat controls the 3-3-0x7-0 Solid birch doors Gibson 1' p.

",,, hot water pump on the East end $82.68; Howerton 82.20; Stud-
; '.. and another con
of" the building,
.. trolaa'.hot water pump,serving the $84.00.22.8x7.0 Gibson $31.30; JlOui i
HU 36918HU West end cf the building. These are : ton $SO..8OStudstill; $55.00. I
set for 75 degrees day and night 2-2-6 x 7-0 Groson $49.40; Hower
3.2555 with a time'-clock In the basement! ton 548.%'; Studstili $54.00. : rrc N c
i controlling the actual boiler. opera* 2-2-4x7-0 Gibson $47.50; Hower I a f

tion. ton 47.00: Studstili $54.00.: --
R r 1 roll tying wire Studstili
x In SI.25I I
xttttrfnttmun Hamburgers
Giant Jumbo I '
3000 ft 2x4 16<< & 18 lengths I.w' .

C-in bun 40c.WHITE Gibson 675.00; Howerton 672.00 I s :
CORN1.30 .m Jasper TOP DRIVE-IN Studstili 657.00-. *
I:4
m
-..-- ---... 150 ft No. I 2x6 Howerton 21.30;j ;: w + *. :;i .. z ? 4
Studstili 19.50.
141) sheets 5/8" oiled plywood, Hower
ton 35.12StudstUl; 332.06. 5-piece
THE YIELD IS UP ON SAVING AT 6 !*" 4x8 Birch plywood How

erton 112.90StuckUU 12122. Dinette Suite

3 kegs common nails Howerton
VALDOSTA
FEDERAL 3G.75- Studstili
; 37.50.
J f metal door frames Gibson $59.95 ,. .,
f ANNOUNCING- :' $169.38; ; Howerton 177.75; Stud-
still 18468. j

2100 sq ft VlKjueen Gibson 32.21 -
Howerton 33.001: Studitill 36.23. _____ Dlfl --- :
12,000 ft Durawair Gibson 821.28i 1
,; Hnwerton 84040. '
2700 ft T Insulrock decking
t son 1C7AOttoWrrton: Gib-1; 1 Free Delivery
Studstill 138X56.
:! 15 C-30 sky domes Gibson 1350.00.' I [ Th1'! ;SLEEPS

Howerton 1395.00; Studstill 1378.15.
r Dove tail anchors & anchor Slots You can gel i it with

Gibson 54,00sa.oo* .
; per )(
J Motion offered by Mr Cherry *
seconded by Mr Smith and carried I credit
at Dowfcgs
to aw.rd bids as indicated above!
as lowest and best bids. All other
FIRST
FUNDS RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE bids were rejected: I (

i OFFICE HOURS. The Board adopted a resolution as\ t .-- : .
per copy on file in this office requesting -I "'-
MON'ruES.-WED.. .FRI. -=9 'AM' TO 4 PM the release of NDEA funds tai... ..
+
ar
THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 All TO 12 NOON In the amount of $1500.00 upon
J t motion by Mr Smith seconded by Any group can be
Mr McLeod and carried
The New Financial statements for gi'adeso
I 1-12. North Florida Junior Collegeand
Suwannee River Junior College ; bought separately.

were reviewed by the Board.
Ft ot & ii Applications for pupil assignment

and re-assignment were reviewed

and acted upon by>> the Board. ... .
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Saving .& Loan Aseeefetfea Bills for month of February were -

GA. reviewed and ordered paid. 6-PC. LIVING ROOM GROUP ._ .. .. .. .. $89.95
115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, There being no farther businessthe Armless Sofa Bed, Two End Tables, One Coffee Table

The Friendly uieciablo- Bit Enough to Serve You, Small ,* Board adjourned and 2 Lamps.
RUSSELL DUGAN, Chairman
Dte Ih To Know You I ATTEST:
*
-- GRIFFIN BISHOP, Secretary

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.PAGE FOURTEEN THE IIr'TF tPAISE. -REOORDEx, MADISON, FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 25. 1960

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.<* !Quality Merchandise -Cash & Carry Discounts-Charge Accounts Welcome iI' : :,. ,


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.. READ THE FERTILIZER TAG CORN $1.30 in JasperCITYWIDE Mr & Mrs William Tomlin- Giant Jumbo Hamburgers- i in r 1

f snn and children spent Sunday I Gin bun 40c.WHITE .

You don't have to buy fertilizer here with their parents. I TOP DRIVEINClean ,
RELIGIOUS CENSUS
blindfolded. County Agent Rudy
Hamrick points out that each ferti uniform
Next Sunday March 27, at 2 pm

i !, carry the liter bag bag a tag is stating required the by contents law of to Madison volunteers will from meet the at churches the First of I ::::; USED BRICK $35

; r Methodist church to conduct a
; Professor Seaton Edson of the t =_... per 1000. plus delivery charges
.
Workers ,
a.tt Le. city-wide religious census.
Aoas+r At. University of Florida College of ---- -- --
J will form visitation committees for I 3-in. and 4-in.:
} Agriculture
i ; ) r r says this is very im the census.
.'\ portant. "A knowledge of the
USED FLOORING
h4 materials and
1 amounts of chemicals Mrs J 0 Wade was hostess to

: Someone still has to pay for groceries that make up a balanced mineral her bridge luncheon club last !

when paycheck stops... plant food mixture is essential if Wednesday when a two-course / $50$60$70per
your real success is to be achieved In
luncheon was served. Bridge high
...and it's up to YOU! Gulf Life has many family growing plants," he says. and second high prizes were 1000 ft. Good heart material-
protection plans with exclusive Adapt-A-Plan features Let's sec what is carried on the good for sub-floor, sheathing. and
; awarded to Mrs J G Ashley and
'f
; to help you do the job. Ask your Gulf Life fertilizer tag. First of all, the tag Mrs J E Hardee. I i porch moors.6In. :

?J1 representative. states that the manufacturer has Square Edger
. __ IJ registered his fertilizer with the Giant Jumbo Hamburgers In.
\
_. _I State of Florida and has stampedhis G-in> bun 40c.I I / SIDING BOARDS $50per
1 i
: name address and dates thereon. I 1. :
f I'
COMPANY ) I WHITE TOP DRIVEINyou
GULF LIFE INSURANCE '
r .. The manufacturer indicates 1000 board feet. .
Jacksonville, Florida :
Founded 1111.Hoene. Office, : that this mixed fertilizer is an can be absolutely t sure of what I -- -- --- --
.1
s NAVACO AWNINGS 8-8-8 or sImilar grade, and has >Wre buying and you can determine Plenty of good used house sills
CANDIDATES-2)on6 be too WWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY followed the name of the fertilizer the sources from which the and framing material-Big savings

conservative about proclaiming with a guaranteed anal). plant food elements came. Remember

your virtues in an E-R ad. Remember PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN The guaranteed analysis is put buy fertilizers on the hash l PAUL B. WILLIAMSON Enterprises

your opponents are Presbyterian Women of : the there for your protection. You of the cost per pound of plant food ,

not likely to say many good church met the second Monday for ly should before study this analysis thorough and not the cost per pound of I PHONE HU 3-6781 MADISON, FLORIDA
purchasing fertilizer fertilizer Hamrick ad\bes. .
things about you.DEAN'S the business ,and program meeting. Hamrick advises -- -- -

Mrs J M DuRant, Mrs John Dovjak In the first place, the figures .
LIST and Mrs T C Merchant Jr re 8-8-8 indicate the total available ,

ported on the recent district con. primary plant food in the bag of ffyoucanheatiL .
The following Madison county ference.
fertilizer. Each figure Is a percentage. :' .
students made the Dean's List for It was announced Mrs Reeves .
Thus,
the
total amount of "
the fall semester at FSU: Bowen of Tallahassee would be J i.1
plant food represented by this formula !: .
Mildred Almand, Kenneth F Bur guest speaker at the birthday partyApril is 24 percent or 24 PoundA ::. ;
nett, Carolyn W Carter MarcusW 11th. toyitt
in a 100 pound bag of fertilizer. :
Cherry Jr Clayton W Jones, Mrs Charles Knox wu leader of, 1. i'
These figures may run as highas e! rr 1'r
Leslie Jones, David R Joseph, Joyce the Christian Education program .
40 to 50 percent of r +
t
E Littleton. Francine M Milliner, when church colleges were discussed primary '
plant food for high analysis ferti 4.t" ., .... if '
AmE\ Tate and Charles Howard by Mrs Knox, Mrs T C <

I Tate. Merchant Jr, Mrs Beasley Cole lizers. The County Agent sy "., .
should
you buy all fertilizers on
Mrs T C Merchant and Mrs T C .
;
the basis of cost per pound of,
Gibson. p ;
plant food and not per pound of. .

.,rft fertilizer. .t
"HONORED AT FSU The first figure in the 8-8-8 "

grade of fertilizer represents. 8 .'
: Miss Faye Terry has been elected percent or 8 of i ,
-Q pounds total )nitrogen '.
? president of Selby House, a unit of : the second figure is 8 percent ... ',/'I'j.tx ..
v the Cooperative Living Organization! or 8 pounds of phosphoric add; t 6 9At ::
the of Florida State
on campus the third represents 8
percent or t,
University. ,Miss Terry a 1958 8 of <( ,
pounds
1 potash. Each of these ; .
graduate of Madison High School figures will vary widely as mamtfocturers ., t
... .I ir is a Junior in the College of Education formulate according to

tI and is majoring in Elementary the recommendations published byyour The new Ford Starllner was built and powered to be the :i .
I Education. State Experiment Station ..
finest performer FORD made. We Invite to enjoy" t
A more detailed breakdown of ever you 1- ,

; I c o. the fertilizer follows under the the experience of driving It"-YOUR FORD DEALER! '1 t.I' .
i heading of "guaranteed: analysis' ,
.
Goodyear Tires $12.95 on the fertilizer tag U Y'co' 're hankering;for the sweetest performance engine that says **ye*" when you say .- ,1 j
I Hamrick says the manufacturer I you've ever experienced, this is-for you the We're talking about the optional 1 Thuncer bird .z
T.-t Ilia ill sk pier.... 670 x 15, Ail-Weather, tube-type I I V-8 and make it
net_.. .......u has a reason for using several one and only 1960 Ford StarUner. 352 Special to even more
fIW t6 o-w.-,.".., plus tax and recappable tire. forms of : Beneath that racy hard-top roofing there's spectacular, it's lr.1medWith Ford's Csuise-0-
_ nitrogen. For Instance, room for six strapping folks and sheer tieM.1t c Drive!
S ; I lJWIltilrfWea"I MESSER soluable nitrogen is quickly used fiancee in the smart interiors that will win over Mfly mot utjmir FtrJ peeler tight a*r? '1S :
I the As for comfort, their 7 .
"' ', : \ t I by growing plants and readily most discriminating.=
=1. a new Woot-wide tread beneath that makes SFCCUL SPRING SHOWING!
: D/A/L/ ; / f-ARMLRS leached from the soil If only the
Tire Co. ".r. this the smoothest, loveliest-riding car in all SPECIAL SPItiNG DIALS IN THC WHOL .'
I Battery & water soluble nitrogen were addedto 5 <
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SOUTHERN I NITROGEN t CO I IF Ford history.And WOMDCKTUL HEW WOULD or ronosi ,
the fertilizer and no crops were] just for you : beneath that road- -
,..... a growing in the field nearly all of bogging, safety-'ision hood ,.,..'..., got an '. : RT
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- this form would be lost with one j FORD .

good shower of rain on sandy SOUL
FOR SIMtt PROFITS} I Organic forms of nitrogen areslowly ;

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|form by microbe ;t. < 1.
activity In the .-....-...I...1'.0" '
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The fertilizer tag may Indicate (t ,......,. ... j

.,. that tobacco stems or some other ij '_-"'.'__ .
:.' FARMERS' filler was included in the fertili 010'J

. zero Since it b In excess of otheringredients .
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MUTUAL
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:- shown, it can be assumed I
EXCHANGE
_,.that Jhis material .
: : wasfused. -.f.fTonS
umsssssM .
Madison, Fla. ? '" ***S E3H .
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.: THE ENTERPRISE-RECORDEB, MADISOX. FLORIDA PAGE FIFTEEN .

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; : 'W..H's 'Foot Water LET US ELECT.t I I '

.. .. P.,1' Edwin" L (Eddie) Flowers ., 1 1IT


;4t RUTH-BERRY FOR COUNTY(Paid Political JUDGE Adv'U, THE STORE with THE NEW LOOK


f, .' r FIVE HONORED AT MADISON
'
FUTURE FARMERS BANQUET
r s 12e IN MADISON :

,' ,! Mr Ida Smith Dean Brown
Carl Bcvis, Milton Cave and
...
JrVVflCN0Money Months James Copeland were given honorary
chapter at the annual
father and son banquet held last
Warrantl Friday night In the High School ,
cafetorium by the Madison Chapter WILSON AUTO PARTS Inc.

Back_ -k: On PumP of the Future Farmers of America. ,
>/ '***V Approximately a .hundred and
f I'f' fifty members, fathers and guests
Guarantee aDd Parts gathered. around the festive tables Pinckney St.
for a program rs presided over by
Toastmaster Eugene Blair.
A delicious menu of fried chicken

Get RUTH-BERRY trouble mashed potatoes, buttered The }latest thing in displaying parts you need right in
&
a Forget your Pump peas cole slaw,, buttered buns, Ice
,
cream and cake and tea was prepared
CHECK THESE UNCHALLENGED front of
by Mrs Ida Smith and Home your eyes.
'"
:' a PRACTICALLY. POSSIBLE TO FREEZE. AND[ Rev Economics. Dozier girls Sapp.Invocation was. by

BURST.Causal -- Waller Whltlodc led the opening I Self service if you. wish; expert salesmen to serve you
song America and the chapter officers .

Lese Its Prime dosing conducted ceremonies.the W opening T Coody and if your purchase requires his advice and help.

Will Frmp Air and,Stet off 'on Weak Wels. responded to the welcome addressby
ToAStmaster Blair.
Completely. Automatic No Controls to Regulateor Special visitors were Mr Harry We have a larger stock of PARTS to give you the
Wood of Tallahassee and Mr R E
Get Out of Order. Naugher of Ilorry county, S C, WHOLE to keep your car, truck or tractor in jam-up
both officials In the FF Awtc.,

From Shallow!SOLD to AND Deep SERVICED in just a BY Minute. who ter and complimented the Florida the ETA local chapterson chap. working order. We have overnight service from the

work.what" they termed their "fine NAPA warehouse in Jacksonville and Atlanta. All
LmiETON WELL DRILLERS
Miss Mary Jean Franklin gavea

PHQNE HU 3-6961, MADISON, FLORIDA number of vocal selections, accompanied orders are telephoned daily.
on the piano by Miss
61 PAPERS C DIDATESDon't 1 let Mary Nell Washington. Randall

your friendly opponents buy up 1'Buchanan reported and on Pat Chapter Blair Accomplishments on The layout of our, store gives the customer the follow-

Buddy Humphry sold 61 Enter all the ad space in The E-R his Supervised Farming Program. ,
last week,
prise-Recorder papers from till the : Officers ing advantages
now election. of the local chapter are :
I making a commission of $1.83.
Many voters who read will Eugene Blair, president; Dale Gibson .
Second on sales Ronnie Sauls ab-I
r sold 50, making $1.50 clear profit. sorb every word of your m vice-president; Irwin Ulm .' ,' "
Boys, we have the papers and sage. I treasurer; Joe Adams ft'POrterVU- ; ,'"
liam
Pinkard, secretary; Donald
the time don't you want to make ;
Ward and Randall Buchanan sentinels
some money' LUNCHEON FOR BRIDEELECTMrs
I ; and Mr David Smith ad
visor. Every Part BearSALESMAN'S
T C Merchant Jr and Mrs CREATES
T C Merchant Members of the chapter, In addition
were hostesses at
STOCK; CAR RACES luncheon Saturday at the home of a to the above Include Kenneth ing the NAPA ..'
Black, W J. Blade Pat Blair, SealEFFICIENCY
the
former honoring "Miss Barbara FRIENDLIERATMOSPHERE
Naughton, brideelectArrangements William Black Jerry Bland, Roger
B>ington Tom Goody Danny is Required to
THUNDERBOWLSPEEDWAY of camellias and
Daniels, Louis Driggers, Tommy
azaleas decorated the rooms and Davis, Perry Dietrich LeRoy Floyd, INCREASEDA
< the dining table was centered with
I Roy Floyd, II J Guess, Jimmy Equal or Surpass in
white flowers In a silver bowl.
I Biers Billy Hendry, George Hen-
The honoree was pt"eICnted1tb
,f t :EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT a corsage and 'a gift of silver in ,dry Johnny, Joe Harris.Hendry James Johnny Franklin Karrellf, Quality' the Part it counterman's location .
her by the hostesses. : A customer entering tie
(Weather Permitting) 'pattern.
Buddy Hutto, Victor Hutcherson,
.1 I :Elmer Johnson, Donnie King Tommy is so central and
BEGINNING Let muffler and tail Lamb, Roger barrel!, Duane" < store can be seen and Replaces I
Mandziara, Ben Merritt Roy Mer- accessible he can give

i APRIL2,1960 pipe check ritt Earl Peters, Spessard Ragans, greeted and 'can see .
experts
YOoreDaust '
i Lester Ratliff Thomas Rogers you fast, service if you
Time Trials 6:30 PM Jimmy Sale, Mike Scanlan, Jimmy
system free! Scvor. Bradley Smith Samuel everything on displayCUSTOMERS
1 First Race 8:00 P II' are in a hurry.
1 Surles .Richard Terry, Roy Thomas
A ADMISSION $1.25 Muffler and tail pipeinstalled David Ward, Donald Welch Pat

I' '(Children Under 12 Admitted 9 Free); Welch Charles Wells Ken Wells CAN CUSTOMERSBROWSE ,
for only19c Duane West. Walter Woodard.) "
Charles Waters ,
Location
CANDIDATES Rent an adding .
machine to total promises of sups', AROUND Your WATT ON
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Turn left 5 miles north of Valdosta port from the deer peepuL THE E-R.': .
at Mlneola, take right turns for 4 NAPA

miles to the NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK I i THE STORE THEMSELVESJobber

Thunderbowl Speedway INC. National Library Week will be observed
f
I from April 3 to 9, 1960 It'
was announced 'today by Mrs Bessie I' AH stock is in easy
Leslie, _Mrs R.L Mil inoc of Madison They can quickly see is j aMan goal
and Mrs Ha.Bowers of Greenville reach High bins and
of the Suwannee River Regional what they need immediately '
JIM
, TONEY HOMES Library. This marks the 'e to shelves against the walls.
third annual nation wide observance -
.BUILDERS OF OWNER COMPLETED HOMES of the reading development and things they Low bins on aisle in'
FRAME OR BLOCK Know!,
CONSTRUCTION
program designed to increase appreciation .
.. of the vital role of the wuh to .purchase kter. \ front of them.
NOTHING DOWN printed word in our national life, ..
and encourage support and use of
BUILT ON YOUR OWN LOT!
f libraries of all kinds by everyone.
'. 2 OR 3 BEDROOM MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM With the theme. "Open Wonderful
New Worlds-Wake Up and
Plumbing, Wiring and Inside Finish Materials .
Available at Small Additional ChargelWe. Read*,groups the Week In over unites 5,000)Individualsand communities You will find it a pleasure and profitable to come

Will BeH4 to Your Plans and Specifications in all fifty states, in a
., common effort geared to the needsof and see us Car dealers:, truck and tractor dealers '
,
MONTHLY PAYMENTS AS LOW AS the local community. In 1960
.. ... .
2 Bedroom, 24'"x 24' .....i,.,,...?.,..$33.00 Mo. I ally-will the ,ogram-k place special*aUy and emphasis nation-on garages. ,, .fleets..", ,. : send your repair men to see us.Wilson .

,' 2 Bedroom, 24"xi2S' .... $36.40 Mo. Introducing teen-agers to the field -a r N., .

3 Bedroom, 24' 34' .,...:.... ,.$46.00 Mo. of adult reading.Goodyear .

s'-' COMPARE. THE REST THEN BUY, THE BEST!

F. CALL COLLECT DISTRICT OFFICE

;. TONEY BUILDERS Inc. Tires $12J5 j' Auto\ Parts Ine

670 x 13, AH-Weither. tabe-typ* ;
P. O. Box 541 Lake City ; plus tax and recappable tire. '. '

,.Y. < .. ,,) hone 1154-M < MESSER ''
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CHERRY LAKE METHODIST ROCKY SPRINGS METHODIST JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES t J
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CHURCH CHURCH JOIN THE,

JL preaching service every Sunda 118 N. fdinutes; of; the Board of
WE WELCOME YOU Orange St Phone HU 3-6335. DOOR For The Best QualityReUpholstering
A preaching Service every Sunday. MEETINGS: COUNTON
:rlt and 3rd Sunday 11:00 .. m. morning Bible Study: Wednesday 7:30 P.'Ja(. Public Instruction
and 4th Sunday 7:30 p' m.
2nd 1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a m. Service Meeting: Friday 7:00 P. )L 3 CRIPPlERS
Sunday Schqol each_ 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. Ministry School:. Friday 8X> P. M.
'Sunday at 1000a. m. at the most
reasonable prices
Watchtower Bible
-
School Study
Sunday every Sunday.
each February 13. 1960
Prayer Wednesday Service 8:00 p. In.'. lat and 3rd Sundays 11:00 L m.. Sunday 7:00 P. M. .. I The Board met in regular session ANYWHERE,

Family Night covered 2nd And 4th Sundays 10:00 'L m. Kingdom Seekers Welcome. on the above date with the Call or Write -
tto
Collection Taken.
dish supper, Friday Family Night Covered Dish Supper following members present: Messrs

before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m. Ftlday night after second Sunday Candidates-Strew your name W. H Bailey Marcus Cherry Russell MRS. C. M. PLANT]

Roman's Society of. every, month promptly at 7:00 p. m.Wnissik's all around the county.with E-R Dugan and T P McLeod. The
f Society of Christian Service meeting was called to order .
Christian Service campaign cards, posters, cir K iJA by the 415 S. Horry St., Madison
meets Thursday after meets on Monday night after vice-chairman, lrV H Bailey,
culars. Be to
sure say some- s Phone HU
1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. xn. and opened with prayer by Dr 3-6630:

Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meets 1: thing nice about yourself, even Marshall Hamilton. Hours: 9 to 11, 12 to 3:30

alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on if no one else will Change Order No. 2 in the amountof .Representlng'SOUTHLAND
Springs Tuesday after 91500. for Phase I construction
Tuesday after the 4th Sunday
4th Sunday 8:00 p. m. SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW on the campus of the North Florida FURNITURE
Official Board meets 1st Wednesday f 8:00 p. m. M A F Junior College was approved by
'each even numbered month The Official Board meets each 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music the Board upon motion by Mr Mc WHOLESALE REUPHOLSTERINGBox

after prayer service. month following the supper on 7:55 News i Leod and seconded by Mr Dugan. 1001 311 S. Forrest St.

Commission on Education meets Family Night 8:00 Baptist Hour ihrc&iaf Mother will nag Jour Dr Marshall Hamilton discussed Phone CH 2-4970

In Wednesday each odd numbered P. Y. ROWELL, S. S. Supt. 8:30 Gospel Music doorbell one CTeaiif. this month. with the' Board the continuing VALDOSTA, GEORGIA

month after prayer service. MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE, Treas. 9:00 Revival Time Pkue AAiwer.Sb problem of Inadequate heating in

JAMES SHEFFIELD S. S. Supt. C. B. DAVIS, PASTOR 9:30 Gospel Concert- s i* OM of UK two million New the Science building. He recommended : I ALL WORKUnconditionally
THOMAS SURLES HARRY M. 10:00 News March. oC Dune volaatms. seeking to the Board employing a Guaranteed
COCHRAN, Asst's. Lee Methodist Charge 10:05 Sunday Serenade information ea the health of the competent engineer to Inspect this

C. B. DAVIS Pastor. REV. E W'McDOUGAL, Pastor 10:45 Prelude to Worship nation and support for the fight heating system and make a reportto
.- LEE METHODIST CHURCH l1:OO Morning Worship against! birth defects, arthritis and the Board. Motion was made
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Preaching1st 12:00 News polio-three cripplers that affect one by Mr Dugan and seconded by

GREENVILLE, FLA. and 3rd Sundays .. 12:15 Afternoon Melodies 'out of nay four American families. Mr McLeod. authorizing the employment LATEST HIT
........._ 10:00 A. M. She U counting on you to help
School 225 News of the
engineer
Sunday _...... 11:00 a; m. and 7:30 p.. m. define the problem of crippling la recommended -
Morning Worship .. .... 11:00 A. M. 1:00 Afternoon Melodies
Baptist Training Course. 6:43 P. M. Sunday School Every 1:30 Afternoon Melodic oar community A letter was presented to the RECORDS at. ;
Sunday ..... .-.r.- 10:00 a. m / Sho i*counting on lOG to help prevent -
.. ... P. M.
7:30
Evening Worship I Methodist Youth Fellowship 1:40 Serenade-- In- Blue crippling dbeae with your coo Board from Dr CV McGuffey,
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. 1:55 News State School
I __. 610: p m tribotioa to theN.J/ucl/. Plant Administrator
BOB-'SEARCY. Sunday School Supt 2:00 Hour c: Decision Florida State Department of Edu Smith
HANSON METHODIST CHURCH HICKORY GROVE CHURCH 2:30 Musical Sunday cation authorizing the Board to release DrugStore

Preaching Services every First Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays 2:55 News 51R877. to H A: H Construe-
and Third Sunday 11:00 A M. 11:30 am and 7:30 3:00 Musical Sunday don Company. The Board authorizedthe
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and 7:00 P. M. Sunday School 3:55 Sews 0RICH 0 release of these funds and instructed
every Sunday
Sunday School every Sunday I I 10:30: am 4:00 Hit Parade the secretary to make payment )
10:30 A. M. .4:55 News {i

Family Night Saturday before PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 5:00 Music At Sundown .- Dr Marshall Hamilton was authorized
Every second Sunday 4:00 P. M. 5:30 Headline A Weather r to attend the meeting of BUSINESSMEN .

_.. REV. c. M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor I Preaching every Sunday 6:33 Sign Oft ** : the American Association of Junior If you want customers every

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO Colleges in Louisville Kentucky,
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH CHANGE WITHOUT KOndT.' .*. OF DIMES March 2nd. 3rd and 4th upon motion week In your store, tell 'em
Morning 11:00
Worship A. M.
..__._ 10:00) A. M.
Sunday School by Mr Cherry and secondedby :about! it in an E-R ad every
Morning Worship ......- 11:00 A. M. Sunday Et-enIng'BnJ 6:30 P. M. -- Mr Dugan.

Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. Evening Sen-ices _._ 7:30 P. M. Daily Program ScieouleWMAP -I Bids for structural and reinforcing week.- -
Evening Worship __.. 7:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting Wedrsday -
I steel to be used in the construction -
P. M. Evening _._'_ ':00 P. M.
Midweek Prayer Service 7:30 1230 ON YOUR DIAL NEW ELECTRIC 10-KEY of showers and
dressingroom
THINKING
W B SEALS S S
Brotherhood last Thursdayof Superintendent 6:00 A3L Sign On ADDING MACHINES facilities were canvassed by I
each month at _.._. 7:30 P. M. J ARTHUR CRUCE, Training Union 6:02 Fla F-rm Hr. the Board. The Board authorizedthe

WMU every second and fourth Director. 6:2S World & State NewtFla VICTOR .. .. .. .. $171.00 secretary to contact Mr EmU ABOUT MORE
Tuesday. 7:30 pm. ERNEST CURe Minister 8.30 Farm Hour
BURROUGHS .. .. 209.50 Ball architect for recommendations
V. L. SINGLETARY. S. S. Supt. 6:45<< v Rudy Harmick. concerning the awarding of

JIMMY LAMB B. T. U. Director WELCOME TO (Man. Wed Fri.) CLARY .. . .. .. 225.00 this bid. Upon recommendation of INSURANCE?
IIUGHEN Pastor NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 625 ,
REV. LEWIS D. World News
Come Worship With U* ODHNER .. . 259.50 Mr Ball as per copy of letter on
1:()() State New
file dated Feb
bid
: 26th. was
WELCOME TO
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday Morning School Worship__ 10:00 11:00 A.A. M.M. 7: )5 Coffee With Ray TOTAIJA .. .. .. .. 259.00 I ar/arded to the Florida Steel Corporation I
7:45
Sunday School........... 10:00 A. M. Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. II 7:50 World Newt plus fed. and state tax. : In the amount of $632.32 II

Morning Worship ..._... 11:00 A. M. Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. 755 Weather State New THEENTERPRISERECORDER as lowest and best bid All other I

Training Union ............ 6:30 P. M.Evening Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. 8:00 Coffee News bids were rejected. '
Worship .._... 7:30 P. M. Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. with Ray The Board reconsidered bids on
9:00
Prayer Meeting ................ 7.30; ( P. M. Jack Pickles ._-....._ S. S. Supt. 9:15 Morning Musical ifevotions HU 3-6361 electrical! supplies for the project
Church Business Meeting First Shn Interlude listed above and awarded the bid
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Andrews B. T. U. Director 9:30 Music
Unlimited
to General Electric Company:
Wednesday night of each month. REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor 10:00 News Supply
Brotherhood and W.M.U. Second in the amount of $2340.42 as low xK
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CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 10:05 Music Unlimited and best bid motion
month. KEEP UP"WITH POLITICSIN est upon by
each
Thursday night of 10:30 I I
Music Unlimited
CHURCHPreaching' Mr Cherry seconded by Mr )Ic-
preaching Service Every Sunday 11.-00 Music Unlimited THE E-R
Services every Sunday I Leod. All other bids were rejected.I
Come Worship With Us. t 1:15 .
REV. DOZIER SAPP Pastor Morning Service 11:00 A. M. Public Service Bids on brick for the above project -
Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 1150 Record Session BOOKMOBILE SCHEDULE FOR were canvassed by the Boards f

LEE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School every Sunday at 12:00 World News FEBRUARY AND MARCH IN follows: .

1 REV. I. T. CARTER, Pastor, 10:00 A. M. 12:15 PJI. Noontime Notes MADISON COUNTY T M Howerton $89.95 per thousandT
Services every Sunday BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. 12:30 Talk Of The Town C Gibson $91.50 per thousand \t
12:40
Sunday School ...._...... 10:00 A. M. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday Uncle Ned February 4. February 18 March 3, Howard Studstill $88.21 per thousand
Morning Worship! ........ 11:00 A. )I. at 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood 12:45 State Nt2:5G March 17, Hatch 31 Upon motion by Mr Dugan.

Training Union ................ 7:00 P. M.. first Thursday every Farm News Hanson 10:00-10:45 I seconded: by Mr McLeod. bid was
)E'CnlngVorship _._... 8:00 P. M. month at 7:30 P. M. 12:55 Weather News Pinetta School 1030-12:55 awarded to Howard Studstill as

Prayer Meeting Wed. .... 7:30: P. M. Everybody Welcome. 1:55 1:00 inUblDy Hit Parade Mrs Martha Johnson Librarian lowest and best bid. All other bidswere

REV. J. ft. COLLINS. Pastoc:: News PinetU Post Office 1:00-1:45 rejected v ::k,
1 MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST 2:00 Gospel Time Cherry Lake School-10:15-11:30: There being no further, business
MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST 2:30 Public
CHURCH Service
Pinetta Qultman Crossroad the Board adjourned.W
REV. JACK LAMB ____.... Pastor 701 South Range 2:45 Afternoon Melodies 11: :5-12:00 1! BAILEY Vice-Chairman C. E QUICK
3. R. Sapp .... Chairman Board 'of Sunday Bible Study 10:00 A. M. 225 World & State News Greenville School-1:15-3:15 GRIFFIN BISHOP. Secretary.

Deacons. Lord's Supper and 3:00 Afternoon Melodies' Mrs Elizabeth Howell. Librarian -- -.- --- & I HU .3-5163 BOX 292

Billy Bailey___ BT.U. Director Edification _..__. 11:00 A. M. 3:45 .Public SfJ\1c'- Granville Pot Office-3:20-3C( CANDIDATES Rent an adding

Leroy Cruse ..._ Associate Director Sunday Evening Senrice 7:30 P. M. 4:00 .News ; February 11, February 2: March I Iia machine to total promises of sup MADISON. FLORIDAThis
Troy Cruse _.__... S. S. Supt. Wednesday Evening 4:05 Request Parade ,' March 24 port from the deer pecpuL THEER.CONSffiUCTlON Gulf Life agent can tell

Miss Merle Bass ..._u_... Song Leader Services <_- 7:30 P. M 425. World & State Newt' St Reels Nurseries 11:20-11-43 .,-.. -'"....:",:"' ",.... -I you how, with Adapt-A-

Mrs Juanita Cruse ......_... Pianist 5:00 Request Parade Lee School-12:00-3:00 Plan, your insurance is
'' Sunday School _.. 10.-00 A. M. NEW HOPEFUL 5:45 Sports Highlight Mrs Martha Johnson Librarian. f adaptable. For example, a

Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 6:00 World News Lee Post Offkc 3:05-3:30 family Income plan can also -
Training Union _._.___' 7.-00 P. M Services e'first and third 6:15 Twflfcht" Tunes February 12, February 26, March New and Remodeling provide substantial retirement
Evening Worship __ 8:00 P. M. Sundays'at' 11 a. 1ft., and 8OO-po m. 625: News 11. March 25 Hewerton Supply] -f 0. Income. Give hima
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 7:00 Sign Off call today!

Just as I am without one plea. .. 'm.fralnln& .PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO Ilopew ehl10:00.10:15Ifoseley Ilall-1020-10:15 I.,............................-................................................,........u...."" -
I ; Union every Sunday 7:00 CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE'
come. Regardless of your clothes Mrs Elizabeth Howell Librarian

condition. Whether cotton Home .p.m. '" Sirmans-11.- -11:1S diwrgla I' I
1REV.: .W. RYCBOnV. Pastor Watch out
spun. You arewelcome In our : '" .
OH
MY
church: service. BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH .

.. MADISON CHURCH OF COD Welcomes You for other !
ACHING ..
.. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Services Every Sunday lACK.
I -tr. Morning Worship-_- 11:00 A. M. REV CARL V. IVEY. Pastor )rr1 *** eM *.* **. *.,*,..., sR.d PlATE GLASS ,
10XW A. M. .... ,.... ....... ?
t> l! Evening Worshln 7:30 P. M Sunday School .. --. .... ..........en... driversTbty ;
: .1 South S:.. Morning Worship 11:00 A. M ....n.us. a b W.......... .
Wednesday8:00P.M. .
ice Choir Practice 6:00 P. M. .t tw6R ... the. tt ee fsit.w .
REV. B. B. --- +.. ...
't t. Pastorw: Trantrtg Union 6:30 P. M .u.t.-,.... -a..e te tat
L. D. 8. SERVICE; 1:30 P. M a..tb.raari...,w W MO!........ i/LASS BLOCK max DOt be M experienced or M careful as you
.c Evening WorshIP /ntt.ttea t....... Wftett t... ... *
"" CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF Prayer Meeting, Wed. ,:30 P. M.SEVENTHDAY iteknn ..u_ a s ra m.. ... talon ...And it you're a really careful driver,you'll want to

LATTER DAY SAINTS w.twt&W a..a,. fwUac.na v..%. tat b s ........ tw sure that you have the right kind of protection against
ADVENTIST ...,.. L.. .,....,q .. "W,... MIMe I driving risks. tad toougb of it. Call oo u foci oar
Sunday School _._.... 10:00 a. m CHURCH ... -& .... --- ., aanbc'ar ....... 115 W. Savannah Are ianuf irwre cbedctsMORROW .
Sacramen. Meeting _.._ 11:00 a. m. Services every Saturday at fcr ...ui.r-.e.ct .ac-. bI.. .a4 rr Inbu. ....-. fbene: CHERRY 2 235,
:. ftelief and Priesthood ... s. fcy mMs. ....
Society time i icOn American Legion HalL "eei" Maas VaUorta. GeorcUFOLEY
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and place as announced at Sacra- Sabbath School: begins 2 p. m. a... INSURANCE
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1 h). mint Meeting. Ctefltfa Service at 3 11II.. .... ....., ..........I....for LAWN MOWERSBRIGC.4STItATION
r..e. ALL SERVICES AT AMERICAN E C WILLIS, S S .SIft r.M K..., tw** ate* MTG .. '" .:: .
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rf LEGION HALL HAROLD YATE3. Patoc Tele- ruh MOTORS ,

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FmDAY. MARCH 25. 19CO THE ENTERPRISEJIECORDER, MADISON, FLORID PAGE C::VENTEBJfFree

AUDRER NEWMAN CIRCLE NFJC HISTORY REVIEWEDDr SPARKS SMOLDERS ON ROOFAt
;. HANSON NEWS 12:53 Tuesday the Fire De-
1 Marshall Hamilton. President pm
J ; of the North Florida Junior College,I partment was called to the home of
/ Mrs Dale M Leslie and Mrs spoke to the Kiwanis dub In Perry I Mrs J N Tuten on East Rutledge

Silver DollarsApril Mr and Mrs James Groson ar Walter Williams were hostess to Wednesday March 16. The talk, was street where a spark from an open
rived Saturday from Germany to' the Audrey Newman Circle Mon In the form of a progress reporton I I wood fire in the living room bad
spend a few day here with Mr idly evening in Fellowship HalL, NFJC Approximately fifty per-',, fallen: on the shingle roof and was
J and Mrs E T Gibwn and family. Miss Alice Sims chairman named i sons heard Dr 'Hamilton review the smoldering causing considerable
;,growth and nbtory rot the 'smoke Mrs Tuten attracted by the
We college
are still having plenty of the new officers nominating '
!flu and other sickness in our com mittee. com i since its beginning.. In 1958. ( smoke called the Fire Department
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munity. ,, and what could have been a bad
/i Mrs Leslie gave a chapter from fire due to wind was avoided
high
Mrs Vernon Adams' mother, Mrs Rev and Mrs 0 J SfeVerson of
J Munsford and a friend from Augusta the Spring study African Missions, Tallahassee, former residents of 1 with scarcely any damage. '
I Ga. spent Ian week here with. and Mrs A G Herring read the devotional Madison visited the E-R* office I II II I
o ..tL Mr Adams and children while Mrs' ; Cake nuts and coffee and other friends in Madison Tues-I Mr and Mrs Kirby Reichmann
N Adams was in Pineview hospitalWe were served Twenty members and .day. : Mrs Nat Norfleet and son. Nat Jr
.. w r were glad to hear Mrs Adams],two visitors, Mrs Howard Studstill and Mrs Fred Mickler arrived Tues-
,I returned home Sunday and Is re'and :Mrs Cutright attended. day night from Bethesda, Md where
a tt cuperating nicely. Mrs Margaret Sharpe entered they had been with Nat Norfleet at

i Mr and Mrs E T Gibson had all Tftltahansee Slemorial hospital' ,Tues-' the National Institutes of Health in

: 6 1 their children and grandchildren 'Mr and Mrs'Albert It Williams day for treatment r IE r,*; : ._. ''his last
: i M.'RE'VIVAL.., 1 a with them Sunday. They were Mr have returned home from a two-.
BEGINS and Mrs Ted Gibson and two chil weeks visit In South Florida. They i r
AT dren of Tallahassee, Mr and Mrs spent most of their time on the l lI
ASSEMBLY OF GOD James.: Gibson from Germany Mr I It and M Ranch at Loxahatehee,; "CANDIATES
Election
and Mrs Roy Smith and 3 childrenfrom Fla. nt"arVest Palm Beach guests; Dayis
The Rev H E Nation, pastor of near Lee and Dale. Melanie of Mrs Williams' nephew and niece.:
the First Assembly of God. corner ;and' Judy Gibson. I I Mr and Mrs Raleigh E Pickets. Mr Almost Here I Don't forget

J' DavU and Pinckney Sts, announces Rev E L Gun- fat engaged In a Pickets received his decree in ,
: *i revival beginning Sunday March :revival meeting at -Elizabeth church Animal Husbandry from the University :
Ti. and continuing through Sunday, this' wee4c.A of Florida In 1969 and has to give the Voters Your Last 4 :

1 and 2 at April 3rd his first position since graduation.! l1lness.'J
O E Thompson of the U S Navy While there Mr and Mrs \VlUJamsI Minute Pita for a VOTE in
Wed relatives' In Palm |
WMUCIRCLESWMU
will be the evangelist. bringing the
Lantana and Pompano and also'spent
WESTERN AUTO messages each evening at 730. Mr the week end sightseeing In; an E-R AD. Dofl't let your
Thompson has been conducting re- Miami. On the return trip they1eftt'd

ligious services among the servicemen Circles of First Baptist \ relatives In Sebrin<<. Frost-; :friendly opponent get there
for a number of year, having Church j will meet March 28th at proof Leetbur, Gainesville and Pa-
OAK( HILL NEWSMr l been In the Navy over 19 years :3: pm. Circle No .1 at the tetka. They report a most enjoyabletrip
No. 2 with )'IrsV :fiwtest with'the "
He is the son of Mrs H 0 Thompson : S churcb.1 I and good fishing. 1IrsVUtkuns mostest ads.
of GreenvilleRev No. 3, with :Mrs Jake Vfc ,' landed the largest fish she had
i BWS will meet with :Mrs James ever caught, a 3H lb bass while at
Nation invites everyone to 1 D Vickers I
Monday evening. i the Ranch
J L Davis and 1 rand .
and Mrs attend these services, aba tune In --- - .
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Mrs Cccll Crafton were hosts each morning next week at '9:00 toj ''' ::r I ff r-.m.J: .., llL If I -. -.n.lJlCiL-!-;;! : : ,
this weekend to a large gatheringof Radio Station WMAF for morning

family end friends totaling 63, Devotionals to hear Mr Thompson r
who came to celebrate the birth- I I 4 GENERAL. ELECTRIC

day anniversary of Mr J L DaVis.\\ .
'
SURPRISE HOUSE WARMINGMr
They began arriving ,

t much visiting, picture takkig, oat-;| and Mrs I1ugh'lUiams, who .
;' ing etc went on. A special treat I recently remodeled and completely .
'I
for children was skating Saturday{ renovated their home on the IHuei '
at Pinetta Community Center.!; Spring Road were given a surprise 01

Those attendihg Sunday were Mr I: house warming party on Saturday .J";
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,;!,'' '""and Mrs Jew Davis. Mr Leslie' evening by a group of sixty of their
r Davis Ponce De Leon, Mr and I fn>nds. Mrs L C Richardson, Mrs __
I W'aldon Richardson and Mrs Effie r
Mr _
"'" Mrs R E Da\1sr James Cook j'
Hale were the sponsors and acting _
and lenity,
and Mrs D E Davis hostesses. i
Mr and Mrs Willie Brannan and j j Guests arrived laden with gifts;

daughter, Westeville Mr and Mrs I II for the attractive nem home. The p A
Henry Cook Hialeah, Mr and Mrs gift from the hostesses mere a : ,.It 70 Two-Wash Cytfet -/Adivaro 3-Tone Washing Action -
I J R Defore, Macon.Ga; Mrs Kitty I beautiful white bedspread and i; $19 9 Damp.Dry Spin leaves Many Pieces Ready to Iron I

Harnage, Mrs Berlie Westbury. Mr matching rug for the guest room. ; Each Top.loading Temperature and Water Saver Controls .
and Mrs A D Harnage Nashville, Cake, punch and coffee were served. !:'. fitter.Fia lowered Spray Rinses Safety Spin.Brake

!: Ga; Mr and Mrs D A Davis sand r...... d art lidSOUTH .... :; '
[ family, Mrs J 0 Da\is and i-famDy\, Mr and Mrs W A Sutton ot Au- : I
Mr and Mrs Russel Singletary andt burndale, originally from Sutton : 18 :: '
familVjto and Mrs James Cole- North Dakota came Sunday to __.
man ar gfamily, Mf and Mrs BlairJof j spend the day at the Melvin Dietrich .r;
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Valdo Ta; Rev and :Mrs W L home Other guests were Mr and I
Cecil Craf-! Mrs Adam Weisz and daughters, .
Wynn and Mr and Mrs .
't Carolyn and Janis Wcisz of Tallahassee -
ton and familyT and Mrs Bertha Martin t'<
Mr and :Mrs Paul Ellington had mother of Mrs Wcisz and Mrs Dietrich OUVAL ST. t f
as dinner guests Saturday Mr and who is here from Sutton MADISON FLORIDA lamHU3.6e I '. "
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Mrs W I Reaves and boys and Mr N. D, visiting her daughters and

I E Reaves.tw. .: ? their families. II 1 mrf...Ji1" At. _.,.... _)ttN 7 :::c.." _._ _._ ..
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Mrs W Lt Vynh land Mrs R L ---- ---- -- ...

\\'ei ;."guestt of Redland
Crafton
VMS, Tuesday*fc pnTln the home of PRESENTING THE CAR DESIGNED FOR SPORT .

Mrs Bell Fourakers. Mrs Wynn
..
taught the mission study 'book

Reaching Rural Churches.

x Mrs A Gentry of, Cherry Lake it". THE HAWK- i
was guest teacher Monday pm of
Pinetta First. Baptist WMS in .
mission study Mrs W L Wynn also

showed a''film 'on home missions.' ,

Refrt'shmentst re served. F .L :
Mrs Harris McCleod Jr was

honored with a stork shower

Wednesday In the home of Mrs R

, L Crafton. Several contests were kw 1
I ti held and prizes awarded to Mrs

Jim Sapp Mrs Jim Arnold Mrs 4 M

Louise Ellington Mrs Paul Elling

., ton. The ,honoree was assisted In
t opening the many lovely gifts by
Mrs Harris McCleod Sr. Mrs

Townsend and friends of Valdostawere .;t.

special guests. Refreshmentswere
served to twenty-two. Mrs r e { w

Felix Hammock Mrs C C Crafton .
and Mrs Bill Fourakers were co- .ti


{ hostesses.Mrs Sue. Williams and son and 1. kA I 'I -
Bel-
Mrs Ran Terry Mr and Mrs R .
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Coody Mr and Mrs R L Craftonattended s ,
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informing us .,
;' ordered. Plans were made for Political The hawk is the sporting aw for sports-m u1d pccplt.
was
} rally supper. Room count And more Kith its engine
now even JOt forger more powerful new '

taken and revival meeting adjourned will begin; at .and mcuive finned brake drums.Add a dash of sport to routine. VERNON MGANSDade&DuvaISts.MADISON. .

Spring First Baptist Church Mar motoring.See your Stttdebaker Dealer and ask about the pricey. FLORIDA
Pinett
; -27 and continue through!April '1, ,- Surprhe!T.lul/tntkis about$1JQOO under its nearest coM titor. .

r a' messages.with Bro. I All T are Carter, welcome.brlngmg -'W 'RS.: Look at The-Lark, too; it's the compact without! compromise J .

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pcI C.-\NDIDATES-pIease let us COGGINS SUWANNEE RIVER ST PATRICK'S DAY DANCE "

;'.t.t: : I have your ad by- LODGE BURNSDr I I I Judge Curtis Earp was qualified -
;; The Madison Country Club Annual I
TUESDAY NOON
i I W J Cogging fishing and. St Patrick's Day dance was : b8 years of experience
't; ;: ; F: Thanks. THE E-R camping lodge on the Suwannee held Saturday night at the Club I in the 'Administration of Law

Saturday, March 26 t ROTARY DISTRICT CONFERENCE River was completely destroyed' by House with about sixty guests. i before he ever became County
DOUBLE FEATURE i mm fire with all furnishings and other The St Patrick's Day motif was :! Judge. For the best interest ofi
THE PROUD REBEL. In Technicolor Mr and Mrs H E McArthur, contents Sunday night. The previous used in the decorations, and refreshments I i
i county, help keep a qualified -
starring Alan Ladd Olivia I Broadus WlUoughby and E M Page weekend the lodge was entered by of punch horsd'ouevres I your
de Havilland In the great tradition ti, o r attended the District Rotary Conference unknown parties and a number, of and cheese-dip sandwiches were i i man in your County
af.shane," comes an outstanding I the past Week end in Jack-I blankets, sheet, pillow cases, life served. I Judge's office by Voting For
drama of pride faith and love as i sonville. Special features included
jackets, and a quantity of foods Re-electing
the Southern rebels found a new! -, I'the buffet dinner Sunday, banquet were stolen ON DEANS LIST I
life In the north.
Monday night and the Sweethearts
Sheriff Moore is working the
on "
THE LAST MILE" starring r luncheons for the Rotary Anna onTuesday. theory that persons approached the I i Mm Rosa Marble Waring, daughter Curtis D. Earp.

Mickey; Rooney Frank Conroy. The landing by boat as no tracks were! of Mr and Mrs Ben S Waring, r
true story of the greatest prison I found in the vicinity and blood I a freshman at Georgia State College YOUR COUNTY JUDGEPaid
break in history. They waited inXlUer' Termites Swarmiig? .
.ys hounds were unable to pick up a made the Dean's list this ( Political Adv't)
Row for life to run out.
Strong drama in an unusual story I CALL trail semester. Miss. Waring is a graduate ''' u \..
of men who had to walk. the last. BurkeExterminating ,I of Madison High School. ---
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mile. Cartoon. I ITr : Mr and Mrs Tilden Norris hate ,
t# and Mrs Frank Stokes of Lee,ii j i as guests Mrs Norris' parents Mr GOODYEAR TIRESJIM'S KEEP UP WITH POLITICSIN
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Sunday-Monday, March 27, 28 ,Florida announce the engagement!I Co. and Mrs F G Cutright of Salem BAY STATION
THE E-R
THEY CAME TO CORDURA in. and approaching marriage of their,I W Va.. who will be here until late
cinemascope and Eastman color, daughter Phone' 293-J Perry Florida spring. U. S. 90 EAST. MADISON c
starring Gary Cooper Rita Ilay- Elizabeth Lenato --- -::
worth, Van Heflin. What makes
one man brave and another a' James Franklin Sheffield On
Friday March 25th At 8:30: We Are
coward Find the answer in this': Ron of Mr and Mrs Raymond .
action-packed story when you will Sheffield of Shady Grove, Fla.
sec the good in the worst of women The wedding will be on April '
and the bad in the best of men.: 10th 1960 3:30 PM. at Beulah
An explosive story of men and t Baptist church. All friends and REOPENINGWITH
women-and of their great courage relatives of the couple are Invited. "
Cartoon. |II i

Tuesday-Wednesday March 29, 30 :! RURAL ROUTE POST .
THE MAN WHO UNDERSTOOD OFFICE PATRONS .J
WOMEN in cinemascope and De- SELF SERVICEWe
Luxe color, starring Henry Fonda I Your, Post Office is in the process
and Leslie Carson star of Glgl as the of bringing the matter of the .
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gill who had fame but wanted! correct numbering of rural mailboxes
love-but could lost love be rev I In line with the postal regu- Jb.e Going To Celebrate With Our Big
gained? A story of romantic tenderness -)! lation which requires that numbersbe
dramatic suspense and subtle assigned in strict numerical ,
comedy. Cartoon.Thursday.Friday I J t sequence, dependent on the order
1''tI In which the carrier serves each I _V. VI t
March 31, April respective box. l'
DOUBLE FEATURE I I In many cases this. will result
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THE BAT, starring Vincent Price.
in a change in the box number you
Agnes Moorehead. A to I
mystery ; ,
now have. You will be notified of
'end all mysteries. The action, terror:
your new number.We
and suspense is killing-and so is I
the ,
sincerely hope change
the batGIGANTIS '
I will cause you no great inconvenience
THE FIRE MON. and that you will cooperate
STER, starring the biggest monster by notifying your correspondents -
of them all A towering beast whose ; at the earliest of your new
flaming breath, destroys all in its box number. j
A
path. Cartoon. Sincerely I- W'.. __ j
M. J BLALOCK Postmaster
GEORGE MERRITT *2t ', .' 3
George; Merritt ale 55, died in ri
the Madison County Hospital ::1 ; t N I 'i
March 18th. He was born in Mari- 1 "J
anna, but had been living in Madi- flOSPIML! NEWS I \ t1i"'I. ; oJ \If 1\. "...". "' ".'..'' '. son about twenty-two years. He -

is survived by his wife onson, Admissions: Mrs Annie Lamb. 'HERF ARE JUST A FEW OF THE BIC-V IUES.YOfiLl FIND' .
R J Merritt, Cherry Lato; one Kenneth English, Richard Brown .

daughter Jessie Mac Alexander Dalton Mercer, Robert Phillips 30 50 Rubber Back I 16x20 Picture 77c
Madison and four grandchildren Henry Minor, Mrs Evelyn McLeod, j x Rug $1.37 Large -

Funeral services were held Sunday, Mrs Artie Bums, Carlton Burnett,1 ("
Mar 20th in the Mt Olive Primitive Plastic Pail 57c Boudoir $1.37
Mrs Joann Rowe, F T Scvor, Mrs 11-Quart Lamps -
Baptist Church Interment followed Corene Bland, Mrs Betty Joe Barnett !

In Oak Stallworth Ridge cemetery manager with Beggs Clifford I Hendry.Mrs Sadie Thigpen and James J i Fitted Bed Sheets - 51.37 ':'Table Lamps $2.37


Colored Funeral Home in charge. I Diana Discharged Marriquin: ,Jim Mrs Clark Stella, Matthews Moss-I. ]12-Quart Metal] Waste Basket 37c I Lamp Shades All Sizes ., '. 67c
JOHNNIEMcDANIEL
I John W Mercer, Johnny!,' Men's 8 Cotton Gloves 27c Size Bubble Bath 57c
Johnnie McDaniel age 31, died Letchworth, Mrs Letha Phillips, oz. Large -
in Sarasota March 16th after an Mrs Willie Lee Webb, Mrs Louise

extended Illness. He was a lifelong I I Bronson, Mrs Minnie Kinard, Ken- Infants' Dresses 77c : Boys Boxer Jeans 47c
citizen of Madison County. lie is neth English, Mrs Evelyn McLeod

survived by his wife and ten Children and baby boy,. Mrs Irene Andrews. I 4 Giant Spools Thread 77c Pretty Shower Curtain 47c
all of Madison; four sisters, Richard Brown and Mrs Artie

both Mary of Love Madison and Rossie and Bessie Townsend Lee, Burns BABY McLEODMr I II Large Plastic Roses - 17c I Big Box Chocolate Cherries 37 c3Pc

Gary and Susie Wesley, both of I and Mrs L W McLeod. of
Sarasota; and two brothers.. Law- Madison announce the birth of a Bath Mat Set 1.67 : Nylon Combs 7c
ence and Clinton of Madison. baby boy, Mar 17, I960. He weighed!

Crossroads Services were Baptist held Church.Sunday in Burial the 8 lbs and BABY 4 ozs.BURNETTMr I Nylon Hose .. 47c r 20x40 Bath Towels, 2 forLadies' 77c !

was -Crossroads cemetery with and Mrs James H Burnett, i
Tricot Panties for 57c
Children Panties 5 77c 2
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Clifford Stallworth manager of'the Madison announce the birth of a I prs. ,
Beggs Colored Funeral Home, baby boy :Mar 20 1960. He weighed
In charge. 9 lbs and 4 'ozs.COLORED. w.... :MANY OTHER SPECIAL ITEMS AT THE STORE
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LIZtIrrIIIIr Admitted: George PATIENTS.Merritt. and ,. SEE OUR BIG 8 PAGE CIRCULAR

Gladys Lee Franklin.

Free'Silver James Dismissed McDonald: Florrlc Cordelia Hannah Randolph COME TO THE OPENING SEE WHAT WEYou .

DollarsI Maggie( Mobley and baby,
Mamie Wyche James James
Born to Gladys Lee Franklin '
HAVE DONE
1 on March 21st twin boys. '
Deceased: George Merritt
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Ill' ; ON HONOR-CLUB will find beautiful new store front. C..t' "

Tom Hollingsworth and Judson

rowe dotor. Co salesman, have for made the the Cantey 1959 .. We have added many new items. :"' '-., ; ;
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Mw 4WehavegivenyouSELFSERYICE :l
Vnnual Legion of Leaders Club, :, t "
in honor dub attained for selling You will find much more room. ; .- \

more than 100 cars during the .
'-ear The Club formerly known I
aI is the Hundred Dollar Club is .

usually attained by not more than YOU WILL LIKE THIS NEW STORE '. '.
25'{: of the salesmen in the Jack- .
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Messrs Holllngsworth and Rowe
gave received their Invitation to REOPENING FRIDAY MARCH 25th 8:30: .t ':'
of Leaders
i'. .. 4he Chevrolet Legion
annual banquet to be held April 7


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FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1960 THE EaYTIItPRISf-RE00RDER. MADISON. FLORIDA .PAGE NINETEEN -
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:Miss PhIllis Parramore and Miss I Miss Parramore will visit her Miss Coffee wM visit friends. Mrs family for two weeks will accompany

b f Gayle Coffee left Saturday for aweek's I jrother-bvkw and tt.r, Mr and P> J Pal'l'alMl'e110' has been I them home Saturday.
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f! Ft Benning, Ga, spent the week; end ..,.. ...
here with Mrs Cleo Hamrick and .
B W. Mrs Hamrick also had as
guests Miss Lorene Reams on Saturday ; tJS \
(t night, and Mrs Shiver, :Mrs ".." '

McC rkle. Evelyn McCorkle. and .. :. '
daughter Laura Lynn, and a friend .
"MY FAVORITE CANDIDATES -I Sunday afternoon "'" -... : IN \
Mr and Mrs E L Flowers had : f r "
f ADVERTISE IN THE:as guests Sunday afternoon his .' :
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ENTERPRISE RECORDER.THE .I(mother and sister, Mrs D M Prid (1'.. : : i : (

PHONE NUMBER (OF neon and Mrs Marshall Snyder of it ii

THE E-R) IS HU 3-6361. : Perry." t'. ,
I Mrs Florence Rains has returned t
CALL 'EM NOW TO RE-(! to Jacksonville from a recent visit ; '_

SERVE SPACE IN NEXTEEK'S with Mrs Annabell Ragans. : .
j Mr and Mrs Nicholson, Mrs Louis \
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jSearcy I and Mrs Marie Park left Ii .. i \'\ \ ; .
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a business meeting of the Friends ; : .
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SPAGHETTI SUPPER. I I[church while there. .j' .
TIME: 6:30 PM, Friday, April 1st.,I Mr and Mrs A E Ragans attended It III .
PLACE: Woman's Club, Madison, '
I the family reunion in Adel, :-
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Florida !Ga. Sunday, honoring their mother, .
\ PLATES: 75c for children $1.00, Mrs Zula Ivey's eighty-sixth birthday j
for adults.I I Mrs Ivey's ten children and a II' .
BENEFIT DANCE. I great number of grandchildren and : f"- ": ;'. 1"ti -
TIME: 9 PM, Friday, April 1st. great-grandchildren and other relatives .1 : .
PLACE: Woman's Club, Madison .r _
II i and friends were present to > Q ..
Florida. make this a wonderful day for her.
MUSIC: O. Henry and the 1 I A bountiful noon meal was served :
Kyders from Perry, Florida. j jENEFIT. buffet style in the American Legion r4w
Easter Seal campaign.!t Hall in Adel..
SPONSOR: Madison Junior Mr and Mrs Billy McMullen and
Woman's Club.JESLAMB '. baby of Jacksonville came for a
week end visit with Mr and MrsL \
HOLDS ITS FIRST L McMullen and other relatives.
BUILDING FUND DRIVEOn Mrs II J Brown has returned
from the local hospital. Friends are s
March 14, 1960, the pastor of Clad; to learn that she is doing nice- \
Je&lamb AME Church Rev W C

t Grant and members, visitors and ly.Mr and Mrs Willie Sever and _
f i lends assembled in the church for I II I I baby, who have been in Jackson. t 4 _
I the purpose...of, raising! ,. money' to I ville while he was attending barber .H* ..
Imild, n new church. 1 I school, have returned home, to the: to" 1
The first sermon was deliveredby 4
delight: of their many friends.
the Rev J B Robinson. Then the The many friends of Mr M W

people. enjoyed a dinner on the Cherry Sr are glad to hear that i
church grounds.At he is doing nicely in the local hospital -
three o'clock we had another and hope he will soon be back I ,
sermon by the Rev N A Sweet, home. .
which was enjoyed by alL The i
total amount raised for the occasion BIRTHDAY PARTY \
wa 50350.
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Rev.V C Grant, Pastor. .,
Angela Bland, young daughter of
Theola Donaldson, Secretary.
Mr and Mrs Gerald Bland, cele- f
Ollie Donaldson, Reporter.
brated her first birthday with a

MONTICELLO STOCK YARDS, party Saturday afternoon at the
home of her parents at St Regis Here are four easy ways to serve "Fancy Franks." 1)SIfce) a hot frank, stuff with cole slaw. 2)) Roll'frank'In slice

At the Monticello Stockyard, Nursery. of mustard-spread bread. Fasten with wooden pick, brush with melted butter brown In hot oven. Add olives.
March 21, 67 cattle and calves were
sold compared to 121 a week ago. the Nineteen celebration young with friends Angela.attended The 3)) Mix relish Into canned baked beans, pile Into sliced franks, pop In hot oven. 4)) Put hot frank In bun with slice

Trading active on limited receipts evening was spent playing nursery of dill pickle, red sash of pimento. Serve with Ice-cold King Size Coca-Cola. Only Coca-Cola gives you that

with fully steady representative with last slaughter week. Stocker cattle records and taking pictures of the cheerful lift. that cold crisp taste that brightens any bite. '

classes cattle and calves fully steady, group. Ice cream and candies were
instances strong on stocker heifers served Favors were balloons, miniature

and calves.Slaughter. Easter biddies and party
steer Standard and horns. :' .. ...
received lovely
Angela
Good $19.70 2310. gifts. many j\: ;' 1 -T V
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Hogs totaled -330 compared with 4 I f 3T
and
Debra and Marsha Bland
400 last week. No. 1 Hogs 100-200
Ibs $1555; 200-240 Ibs 51430; No.'Nancy Wilssky assisted Mrs Blandin .

2 Hogs $1430; >'o. 3 Hogs $1351; serving the young guests

Feeder Pigs $10.00-$1500. T ; ,
Miss Florida Davis of Mercer 1 1 B 9I

Mr and Mrs J A Ward of Mul University spent the spring 'boll.

bcTr)', Fla, are guests of Mrs E E d8)1ith her parents, Mr and

( Haddcn for several da's.z Mrs W B Davis Jr.

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'.( .e Miss Judy Davis of Mercer University

spent the spring holidays

FreeSilver with Mr and Mrs Bergwall and son, .

Olaf Bergwall, at Rome, Ga. :

Dollars Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in I .

G-in bun 40c.WHITE ,-
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.. IN COURT OF THE COUNTY Serve this Hors d'Oeuvres Pie for a midnight snack with King Size Coca-Cola. Just take a center slice out of a :,:

JUDGE STATE OF MADISON FLORIDA.In COUNTY round loaf of dark or white bread. Decorate with a circling of devilled ham and egg salad. Mix yellow pasteurized

rr re the Estate of W C Prince. processed cheese spread with softened butter and pipe along the edges with a pastry tube. Garnish with cucumber ,;'

!Deceased In Probate. slices,sliced olives,cream cheese and a radish.Cut Into wedges and serve with Ice-cold King Size Coca-Cola I .
I TO ALL WHOM{ IT MAY CONCERN -
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Notice is hereby given that G W .
Harmony has filed his final TRY THESE TEMPTING TREATS (
report as Administrator of the estate .

of W C Prince, deceased; that
he has filed his petition for final WITH BIG KING SIZE COKE! 1
discharge and that he will apply to
MO.KS.rer.orr. "
tithe, Honorable Curtis D Earp County I .
Judge of Madison County. Floridaon "
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V* the 23th day of April, i960., : 'G'
for approval of same and for final '\

discharge as Administrator of the .t .
Apil12at.WFSTFIN estate of W C Prince, deceased. f ,, 1 -\.
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under authority of The OccCOL b1 1 Y.y", N
This 23rd day of March, 19CO.
G. W HARMONY, '
MADISON COCA COLA y 'BOTTLING COMPANY w '
AUTO Administrator of the estate or," : .
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