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Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: December 22, 1961
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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PU9LISHED IN THE EDUCATIONAL. AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL CENTER OF WORTH FILQRLDAt


VOL. 1X1- a 17 Return Postage Guarantee, l FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, 1961 Haliteon, Florida p race ]Qc Yearfy SubP tiara $3.75. ;. Dda' -ed Renewals $4.09


Notice To All Benjamin G Waring .

Motorists t ,- -I A iIi iitt1iit t4Lo -J Passes SundayMr

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. Benjamin G Waring, age 83, '
Please all speed limits;' Let's = : <
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all make this ,a happy holiday,'instead tqUI ; .: 1 ,.:T passed away Sunday night followingan
of a sad one. Your co-opsratJon
will be appreciated. .. long resident of Madison County .
AUTIIERVILLLMS, I E, and the last member of a family of
Chief of Police, Lee, Florida
n ue five,.brothers and sisters, the children
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NO FIREWORKS TO BE'SOLD ;, .' I belle Waring, prominent pioneer

',,EXPLODED_ IN CITY -, r residents of the county. '

-:: '.. Mr Waring was a retired merchant :"

No fireworks may be sold' or and cotton broker and. had. x S

} exploded in the city limits.... \ t ffft ..''',''-, -' .', been prominent and. active in business ') '
Your co-operation will be gr % : and civic affairs of Madison... ::-:,
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ly appreciated. i:. : '
MADISON POLICE DEPARTMENt: .: : : : T$' ,,.\ tty. the Town. 'Councillor\ a long periodpftmer -t:.
>*Wv17ltch ,,,, ";} /''" : He was V member of the-
1 -i>t. ,,, \a 1 Methodist church,

CAR ACCIDENT .L/ : '1. 41 'Survivors-;are'/Jive nephews, J UWyche
: .
ri Waring Wyche and Ben S
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James ilieeks P.\Q $!. ) \ t Jj\ \.Vatiri'all, of Madison; Sinclair
ta driv aJ.958Juick. on the Valdosta -' '- I
Bafnajd, Largo
.., : ; George Barnard
I highway 1 mile from Madigpn qc Norfolk, Vasevcn' ;: nieces, Mrs B F'
at 4::( Monday morning, ran\off
Williamson,; Pensacola Mrs J W
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thewheels .
of.
the sid ? the roa jerked -
; Powell Panama City; Mrs Virgil
ah$ 'turned over. He hgid a A '.,_
; Caswell, Alachua Mrs Charles
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minds head injury ?and the carwasdamc& k. .
.< t: Sauls, Chicago Ills; Mrs L P Dewey i
d'approxmately/$700.: TrooPer .. A .. 1 and ..
: ''a. w. -' Mrs D W Jackson both of
Klpa t rick, reported. : ;
.1 \ ,:; .-.". '-.' ifi. Clearwater; and-. Mrs E P Thompson -

( I Phoenix, Ariz and one sister-
JOINS FRATERNITY} I.'l( ; .
i, .l \ ; / 3y J., : in-law. Mrs Cora -Waring, Valdosta.

gS''of C1 ):Alas' -..} Funeral serviced were held Tues-

AShtrJ.n injtiatt. into Pi ,_ t. t I< day at 3 p-m hi the chapel of the .
nationals fratermt$ jior 1 .. T J Beggs Jr Funeral\ Home, con-|

moral ry students, at Dallas Insiir = } ducted bthe Rev Paul Touchton..j .m\\ .
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,. :'tute- upton Jones College- Mprtuary.Science. g4u& was by Mrs Dale Les- & "
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M i FJiirclptntWiiliam McChesney .JVI '

L .., :\V Vann- J X Collett A H Arm- .f'!

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'".' .f- Sr! sham Harris Gordon Williams
r ;z '1/; James Sale, L, E Wimberly and

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,''Pensacola; Mrs William Byrd,.
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____ lye Y'Mt, : HISTORY OF CHRISTMAS
HANSON NEWS Baptist. Brotherhood Gainesville; Mrs J W Powell, Mrs
;-.. ,and- Mrs B" F Davis & were r ,' a R WesieyT Powell and Miss Jane :

,. visiting, their son and daughter-in- ,*Rev Bill Ldgon gave an interest Miss .Miriam Acosta, Spanishteacher Powell of Panama City; Mr and -

law: Mr and Mrs Joe Davis. at ing talk at the"'Rotary Club meet- in ; the Madison. Schools, 'Mrs. l P Dewey, Clearwater; Mi*

;. Mr; and. 'Irs JFD Hughey had Gauusville Sunday. f' ... ,.., ,,, Ing Wednesday on the history of spoke to the Baptist Brotherhood .Virgil'-Caswell Alachua; Mrs Cora

t. visiting them Sunday. Mr and Mrs Friends are glad ta 'see Clair Christmas and practices connected Tuesday night. She discussed the Waring, Valdosta and Mr and Mrs ,:

... W H ,Soweirof t Valdosta' and Mrs Gurr ,home improving after having with the season. He said that long way observed Christmas: In.her and- native New Year country are E? S .Connor, of Live Oak. ;. ft
Partis lilaiid, 'i (a.iLT L;) DOl":1V11l 1irants tonsils removed "
> 1. ] MrsKathleen her 'at .JPineview before. ;he birth of Christ pagans Cuba. She stated that there was very
Marine Pvt John D Blair son oi f r Hughey and :Mr and Mrs, Jim hospital in Valdosta Friday.:\.. had observed the winter solstice little difference in the way ,the

Mr and Mrs Roland! J Blair oi f r Hughey of :Madison. I ;;:Mr JFD Hughey: and son Russell season with visiting, feasting and sacred season,is celebrated there,and

Route' 2;';Madison*, Fla completecrecruit I Mr and Mrs M C Herring and were' visiting in Valdosta Saturday. drinking, At first different days in our was. country.pointed One out. The major American difference -

,training' ; :Nov 37;. ,at thMarlpe e<< two sons. :Jerry and Kenny, spent I Mrs Lula Odont"spent 'the week- were observed" for Christmas and children look for Santa Claus on

.Corps' Recruit' Dej>ptt' Pa vita- Sunday at ;Steinhatchee visiting Mr I end in Madison visiting her sister, when Christianity was introduced to Christmas Eve, and 'the children in

Island S C.1\ ,..' ( !and, Mrs Johnnie Deason and fami-i Mrs Idell. Tuten. ? the pagans, the authorities lof the Cuba look for thethree wise men
- [to tring presents on New Year's
Sl early! 'church put,the time of the
I Day. Miss Acosta closed her talk
t Christmas observance to Coincide u I by f .sayjng, '..the Lord's/, Prayer in
with the winterf solstice celebration. ,Spanish.
T ., ; Miss Acostai, was introduced by

die *foal! {*of. the origin of .,.S! program chairman, O R Hamrick,, i iJr

Nicholas, originally a young man" and the invocation' was given by
named Nicholas, who was made -a Van H riest. The ladies of the W
earcle served fruit cake and
bishop: also ol. the origin df the M U
coffee;: The Reverend Bill Logon gave
Christmas tree and said that St the benediction. ..-' 4i
Francis of Assisi : began the' reproduction

*of the: Nativity Scene such Orion: HaTlpProfitable

as the one being portrayed how '
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each night on--the Court House i Year _

squares \ ;Jr:t1 <:.- II'r s # 4
x :
JtevLJSPauLJTouchton rn> rtedtwelve I : .

baskets of food delivered;.to I -. Net revenue 'and profits+ of the _3 ,

needy. families, with others I j i yet to I Orion lacteijiaiating'company: 'Inc. xi
distributed.. I for the fiscal year ended # 5.S r < Yk
I October, 31; Ib61were! highest in !k L s ;y '
Pete Gibson or Perry-svas" a' visits th ''. history. $aIlford H Orkln
ing Rotarian, and Fri:. J.C. Moore Fresideht, reported.. 'Iei i profit of ,
was ia visitor. -**__ -. 'i I $2,434v0.t jfcpresenting: m :27ft increase -

< I over tthejpceviQus year resulted -
HAVING F4CETIN-G' '1nreahlings'of'$tot: per'share,
".kk e u- '.> 'ce :;A>: i'hi's got $321397)766 in net
revenue jeonyraies ;an'' Upward tread
H .Hugh Hancock. presiding for'' the Company jvHicti} has been '
:i minister Jehovah's -Witnesses isUnteiTupted.slnSe; 1952 Net revenue : -

Madison, says that- aa assembly. in fiscal year 1950 amounted ei ;Y
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,the nineteen congregatkfeC lf ,KZLMng thepaSt: year-; Orkfii 1k
lFloridawill..be, WLI.jatIi: : Hi k
r. I .- opea$ ;forty- r.new offices makJotal : :
II.School at :Perry ,Dec :2! 31./:;An..a& ,_ A of <578 offices servte .
-- __ ._-.,I dress win: be givaa'bY D1'h fw:? iy-nine' states and the lastftctqf
,. ? i on Unitise Men 'in 'aTSgt :Spiit-uifwotld: :; r- JColumbia._ Orkin Exterminating.
CHARLIE VYNN Winn-Dixie 'meat department manager, Mr; and Mrs tr C Bruner leave a 'E' t
for 23 receives ,outfit from I JLHIPPS today1 'to spend Christmas with- f Company, Inc.ihe. world's largest .... :;; .. --'
a deluxefishing .
:t. years relatives in Cottonwood and CJantoa..' : L H Jaa e of Vaur pest control cOmpany. 1S headquartered ."'- -- % -
1 :'" -' grocery merchandiser, as .Supervisor R P BOW. Ala !AFB .Calif, in Toacwfeg for theborne : : :Sn. Atlanta:; It is the only MEAT MANAGER of

rJ: :MAN looks on approvingly.. CHARLIE is retiring this_ : paper writes. I ea* 't miss a company engaged exclusively in wnfrt
DIXIE is J. W. WYNN.
-11-: i -' !peetcontroland termite controlsrvfcwhose -
Weekend'and J SMJTyou may: have l&&&& ;: ke plans to ti.. 14 'iii-loi:f Jr of the 'Para i 01lie! EaterprlRe-Re' stock iypubUcly;
troop. (E-R Photo
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 22nd. 1961MERRY
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All things

overflowing widi ,;. ....
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J'I oPRECISIONWAR. Health and ProsperitJt'! ; /.I.,: ;' ',I .
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"_ t.Y May thd light of Chrfftmei .
: friends, goQd ... f::' m. s s
light that first shone nearly two:thou .
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SUNDAY SCHOOL I t ".- :- Joyful imon,end wK4i

CHRISTMAS PARTY IN tL v after.PepsiCola .


The Faithful Workers Sunday I r+ /
School class told their annual
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Christmas party in the home of
Mrs Sue Rains with Mrs Elmer S
Fisher as co-hostess. Dec llth. Bottimg Co.

There were 14 members present. 1 1 Lf? PERKY FLORIDA

Several games; were played with -.
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Mrs Cora Lee Green Mrs Elmer
MOTOR COMEANY DUCK DINNERA
Fisher and Mrs Lucy Trulove
winning the prizes. The members: MADISON, FLORIDA'
To one end dl we send A wild duck dinner was given
exchanged gifts and sang Christmas best the other night for students
college
.very wishes for
songs and a wonderful time was e Night Courses Dtift't let living at McNeils
'mestide rich In 0Ut'1 : your by Mr and :Mrs
had by ?!1. Oris McNeil,
Ronnie
and Rhonda.
The *>.;itesses served delicious re- end pleasure and Being OfferedProf !friendly.competitor The McNeil boys and Berry CUrry

fresh'-t .? of sandwiches candies ate cofflpentonshlp.May( ti& grab.all:the ad killed the ducks. A two-foot long
n1i coffee during the social rour. Christmas be the most enWjpe J C Mare wj guest speaker space strawberry shortcake was another
at the Lions Club meeting Tues- The E feature of
one you've ever tied! day and told of the in -R'. the dinner. ,
night courses
i 'PYOUR E-R AT F & M s
being offered at North Florida -
GT ERY._ Byron Beauty SalonPhone He Junior College this coming sem ster..I meat, Stage Techniques in Acting,i NEW ALUMINUM FRONT
recommended taking part in the
and Directing Office Machines),
FT FUEL OIL ,Call HU 3-6200 the courses time by those who might have (including the new IBM machine). I Messer Battery-and Tire Co has
Sue Braswell Genie Wadsworth to do so. Cold War Tactics (History), Improving installed
a handsome'
S Courses to be cff red Include: Ele- Reading Skills -and Introduction II aJumimunfronton
Operators
JPJOfINSON menary Conversational French Hu- I their building 02} Base
: to Art.
MADISON FLORIDA manues (Phnosophy), History and1! Prof Moore is director of the wti+ AAA = I street.
Appreciation of Music, Communication evening division of the. coUeip SATSTT rona co
RADIATORS
HU 3-2277 BUY YOUR E-R AT F. & .M. Skills (English), Effective Other courses, he said, twill be REPAIRED
GROCERY. Speaking Survey of the New Testa- ,offered if there is sufficient demand. McWILLIAMS
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FLOCK" ; V : '. unique pass case. Holds 16 cards and
FOR 8 IN CHEST' _
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212 S. RANGE ST. MADISON FLA. SYLVANIA GIFT HEADQUARTERS.

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.J' Don't let correct samples we have set aside NEW YORKER BUYER Davis Passes WILL SEALEY KILLED IN
9 Roy
; your three method demonstrations on Mr and Mrs Jam J Best of I CAR-TRUCK ACCIDENT

c friendly competitor taking .soil samples in the following! Brooklyn, N Y, have purchased a Mr Roy Davis, age 51 of Greenville of DeputY. Porter reported the death
Mr
communities. i farm fcf seventeen acres in the vVilliam Sealey, age 64, of
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# passed away Monday night Lee as the result
of
;j1 5 grab all the ad spacein 1. The first demonstration will be Cherry Lake area ,from Mrs May the Madison County Memorial Hospital At about 11:10 am an Wednesday accide nt.
,:;acN. The E-R. given on the farm of George Tay- Mock. The Mock family has movedto after an extended illness. buck was pulling a railroad ear of a
CHOICE .:.:.'.:'' lor, in the Bethelehem community, Sylvania, Ga. He was a native and prominent feed preparatory to unloading by
..... $!fo. TEST YOUR -SOILS TO Dec 22 at 9:30 A M. Mr & Mrs Best & son have al- life-long resident of :Madison Countyand the Cherry Feed Store, and Mr

.....:H';"" 'i"> DETERMINE; FERTILIZER 2. The second demonstration will ready made improvements to their spent most of his life in cattle [Sealey truck attempted to disconnect the
"' : ,: home and moved in. i.and car, which he failed, to
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::::::; NEEDS be given Flowers farm raising and farming. do. The car
.w .:' *' The sale was bandied by Bob and was in motion the
'- In the Pinetta community Dec 22 He is survived by his wife Mrs truck was snatched
at 7:00PM. Beanie Searcy of United Farm Davis two daugh- I car and he up against the
...TO determine accurately the fertilizer Lettie Thompson was caught in the im
needs. for a given piece of 3. The third .demonstration will ..Agency. ters Carolyn and Lillie Mae and :pact. He died at the local) hospital

land for ,maximum production of be given at the Greenvflle Training I. .Tobacco-SeedBed one son Roy Arch Davis Jr, all of at minutes 12:30 pm. about an hour and ten
your cotton" corn peanuts tobacco I i School,...Jan 10, at 7:30 P :M. ,; Greenville; his mother Mrs Minnie following the accident. '
25MERCHANTS or.:pastures on that piece of land I To.assist; farmers in growing. SuppliesSEE Davis Greenville; one sister, Mrs D I rangement. '
yoiinust have your soil tested.i tobacco plants and to determine L Goodman Greenville; and four Active pallbearers were: Messrs
GREEN STAMPSWITH When you have your soil tested what is the outlook for 1962 we brothers J B Davis Sr. Lonnie T Bert Thlgpen. Junior Reams, Buddy
a'- BOX THE OCUCIA PURCHASE ASSORTED Or you move the guess work out of,' are having two method demonstrations Farmers MutualExchange Davis and E C Davis all of Madison -Cruse, Joe. Reams Frank Henry
SUGAR WAFERSAT your'farming progra n. .' .with Mr S L Brothers. TobacJcojSpecialist and Willard Davis Greenville Reams Tlommy- Herring J D
OUR ftCBULA'122461CCDC LOW PftlCCCXPIRCS All farmers are requested to take' ,ironi. t the University of.] ; Funeral services were held at 3 Bishop, Billy Brown. and GeraldMessrs
t MADISON...FLA.. in the First Bap- Bishop V
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N samples now and get them to the Agricultural Extension Service p m
County Agent that they may be ,.' mailed immediately to the soil FoversVon tobacco; beds _' .,-0' CherryXake at 7:30 P M Jan 12. |pastor the Rev Harold Johnston in Jim Brown; David Byrd A L> fig-
laboratory at.the University of: f. l,,The first 'demonstration* ffl" All Negro farmers are urged to charge assisted by the Rev JulianT gett Sr, John R enbe lc.-l I English'IJ
Florida for processing*and returned be at the Greenvillg Tja&ing be' in .attendance at each of .these Maddox Burial followed in Ever Sr Buford Handily LoreaJ 1tt"t'Cer,

1 to"-them ,before planting tiitie School. l2. at J1230 P M. meetings green cemetery with the T J BeggsJr :;L> Pate ti/Tom" o f\-eod\

.... ; ., : *)To.- assist farmers in getting the 2.', The. second d emonsta[tfonlh.j V. ?.r c 'Miller, Negro. County'.. .Agent. Funeral'Home- ..',.in charge-, ....-> of, ar- t-Ralph"" !Davji__ J', s, .' -_ t ,"_
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: H f MHS'CLASS 1950 ._ i'THE.WMTHERVeek 1;' :-

5- : ,._ .. _. ; ': IMerry

'. .to' Have Reunion ....,....- -Classified
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\ _ending Decemberl9th.....1961Max '
t Min" 'JiL:; FILLING STATION for
A reunion of the Madison High : Christmas .o1$0
Wednesday 6252 .. JJ4 i : Rent, Lease or.' ';FRED17ltch
School Class of 1950 will be held '
Monday.pnight, Dec 25th, at the Thursday Friday 63\ 48 4; .021.00 : ( Am A Realtor AilCKLER. / :
American g on Home from 8:30 FOR SALE: 30-gallon() hot water
r* tilL *:** Saturday" 62 }56' 'T'I! t I G PLEDGE MYSELF. kerosene automats eater; one
: # For additional inforltlation call Sunday ,78 .56 .00 To protect the individual right of large circulating ter; and one
MRS AUDREY BROCKMAN ,phone$ Monday 74 65 IG real Pstale-own \hip and to widen 220-gallon kerosene tank jvflh
HU 36864. 17-lt-pd Tuesday 70 54 OO the opportunity tp+>> enjoy it; I stand. PEP'S' FE, HU 3&S32

To. be honorable and honest in all ., 17-lt-ch
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Mr, and Mrs L T Henderson :had Rainfall week ending rkc 16th at To seek better -t / represent !FOR SALE: G ed horse; .
as this my '
Clarence guests McMillan week Mr and MrS Gibson Tower 1.80 in, ,Lovett Tower clients by building my knowledge I '''ideal for chifif';en. K D -
tbf Jacksonvillewho 1.00 in, Aucilla Tower: 1.70 In, Sin- and competence* ,COCK, 110 \V= umtqr-St.: "'-
were on their >
through Florida. '. wedding\ trip clair Tower 1.80 in, -MilL Creek To act fairly towards all in the spiritof I Ison, Florida. : %.? t -ttpdF9R
Tower 1.20 in Madison
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forestry the Golden. Rule; SALE CHEAP: Television set
: "/ headquarters 120 in. To serve well my community, and : tin "
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good working H
wa-, Don't let you/ Sun rises Dec 22nd 7:27: .am, sets through it' my country; I WINTENBURG. r:. 17-lt 5:36 pm.Moon To observe 'the Realtor's Code of
friendlyj rises Dec 22nd 6:32 pm" Ethics ,and conform my conductto :LOST: Large black dog, tan miff*
; lsw '. r Moon in constellation of uemini its lofty ideals. ings, family pet. 'If found call

grab aft the ad Dec 22nd. HAPPY NEW YEAR DIANE HANCOCK Hunter. 3-2377
... { space Hig tide Dec 22nd at St Marks Answers to "Skip." 17-lt-ch
r.r light 2:30 am. BroadusVVilloughbyREA.i.TOR
in The E-R. Winter solstice 9:20 pm, Dec 21st.Eagle's :Valdosta School of Beauty Culture
'" announces the beginning of Winter
Phone' HU 3-6481, Madison, Fla. I Classes Jan 2nd to 9th. Six months
i CHRISTMAS DANCE-FOR : Christmas course leading to Master Beau-
FOR SALE
Siskin
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f1 ;G 4 _, HIGH SCHOOL GRADES, tician license. 115*/2 N. PattersonSt
Sale Continues* orange male canaries. An Valdosta, Ga. 17-3t-ch

ideal Christmas gift. MRS S ROW> LL'S BAIT CENTER spe-

... The lovely Christmas invitational I! P GRIFFIN, HU 3-6396. cializes in repairing and painting
t';. dance given by the Madison Country Mr and Mrs M S Overby of Augusta furniture, bicycles and lawn mowers.

.;!t Club for the ninth through the Ga, are spending the Christ- 17-lt-pd I All -work gu.at'a nteed. J .
9, twelfth mas holidays with 1.1rsV L Horton Salt water tackle .for sale.
i- grade students ;
:. high school of :Madison ,and Mr and Mrs Carroll Blalock.x Taking orders for Tobacco Plenty of cabbage guards and
was held
Y Messer Battery & Tire Co. at the club. Tuesday evening Plants now. HUGH GIBSON, rutabaga plants for sale.

Beautiful Christmas decorations phone HU 3-6872. 17-2t-ch ROWELL'S BAIT CENTER
and Mrs Alfred Patten, Mrs Across from SAL Depot
_': MADISON, FLORIDA .. featured a Christmas, tree and .
.. James Conway, Mrs T C :McNally
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t wreaths, with brass candelabra and Mrs J. M Pafford, Mrs R E Watson, BUY YOUR: ER AT J F & M.
Christmas balls on the mantel. I. Mrs C D Tomlinson, Mrs Fred CARD OF THANKS( GROCERY. -

't A Very Merry Christmas The buffet table was covered lickler and Miss Josie Smith attended Mr and Mrs T L'Thome of

TO EVERYONE with a green"cloth"t and held a a tea given by Mrs Farris Russelhnlle, Ala.' are. ,guests for
.: : central i Bryant at the Executive Residence We wish to thank everyone for I Christmas of Mr and Airs Rauden
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<;;:: arrangement red camel- nT.llahasse.> Wedieslry afternoon: their kindnesses, expressions of Day and Mrs H D Roberts.
lias, red poinsettias end rice plant I guests sympathy and for the beautiful
Irs\ D F Burnett received .
":.' ; } ...:.' JJ 1 / blooms in a white milk glass footed I with Mrs Bryant. flowers at the passing of our beloved ,-d
4-:- s i' container. A long red ribbon down one, M A Rutherford. May !{l ;

r the length of the table had as its God bless each of you is our prayer.\ (1 rI'" I
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focal HITC'HCOCKREFRIGERATION' ;J
point- a huge" red bow at the ) Jackie and Tommy Pep ra, OJ il

base of the center arrangement. \. ......" .
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SERVICE \" ._ P'..-..-.. '..-- ,,-,..r..',.";>> r-O"-O...
yJ Balancing the centerpiece were can- BUY YOUR E-R AT & I
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,;-; delabra holding lighted red candles. .. = .-" GROCERY. -----
:' ,,' Punch bowls were placed at' ,either! PHONE HU 3-6339.
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Cheese dips molded in the formsof *.
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J1.: Appreciate Your Patronage poinsettias and Christmas bells, HU 3-2560 i

,; punch and cookies were served f
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'.....' '- ,' PHILLIPS 66 JOBBER CHARLIE WARE .,' Mrs J W Cbason was general CANASTA r'DINNER" .- ,

t..'" SERVICINGMADISON, LAFAYETTE, TAYLOR COUNTIES ,- chairman of the dances on Monday '

_: PERRY, FLORIDA .; | *. and Tuesday evenings -, < Mrs J J Newman was hostess at
11 f!; Hosts and hostesses Tueday evening a canasta dinner Tuesday evening
Mr. and Mrs honoring Mr and Mrs Alfred Patten
were J \V Chason,
ot Linden, Ind who and Happy New ar
Mrs Henry Dickinson, Dr and Mrs are holidays a e
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E9 guests of Mrs R V Dial. Beautiful
a Frank Harrison Mrs F E >Naugh- Christmas decorations were arranged # Ae'carolers sinej and the bells chimoj .-. .. .

JOt) TO ALL ton, Mrs T F Livingston, Mrs R S in the room open to guests. k !cut the heppy tidings of Christmas) ty

Williams Jr, Mrs E M Page, Mrs After dinner three tables of players r ;n .I day. To wnicn i we add our own-sincere $ ,

Bob Dye, Mr and Mrs Richard 1 enjoyed canasta. The honor '", ( ood wishes for the merriest of.4Iit
guests were presented with a gift .
Baker Mr vYuIetlde seasons! ,
Wm
;. McChssney. Mr by the hostess and Mrs Patten won' .,- .
Wayne Weger, Mr and ..lV M
the high score prize, >Iiss Audrey ;
\ l .J.J1 Folsom and Mr and Mrs B M Bryan. Newman' Tallahassee assisted her : -
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:; Mrs Williams was chairman of mother in entertaining the guests.

refreshments and Mrs and .
:: Naughton PHQNE HU 3-6888 MADISON

.f Mrs Livingston were the decorating WAKE UPRARIN'

1 committee for the buffet table and "
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< guests enjoyed the delightful occasion Without Nagging Backache 1fEIrnYCIllHSTMA
Now I You CM get the last relief you l l"I
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t" t muscular aches and Rains that often
l > : g cause restless nights and miserable tired
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out feebnrs. When these discomfortscome
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'. rtraurr- 'want relief-want it fast '
.\, t "e'.e hoping you have' a merry old fashioned 0BARRETT Another yoa disturbance may be mild bladder '
t irritation following Swung' food and
drink-often setting up a restless uif
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:. ;--- ,t 'yutocl efe P7 overflowing with holiday cheer. comfortable Doan's Pills feeling.work fast in 3 separate : :

'ff ways: 1. by speedy pain-relieving eetion
to ease torment of nagging backache
STUDIO headaches muscular aches and pains.
BILU MILTON CAVE 2. by soothiug effect on bladder Imta-
221 West Howard Street tion. 3. by mild diuretic action tendingto .
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OWNERS s'.I LIVE OAK, FLORIDA kidney tubes. J ;-.4. _
Commercial and Personalized Enjoy a good night's sleep and the ":
Photography of all kinds Out of came happy relief millions have for 60 years. New large size saves money.
Town work by appointmentFilm Get Doan's Fills \ iDOAWSPILLS
Developing wish that we could convey to you,

Studio Phone FO 2-1940 .WE deep, how sincere are our

done Residence Phone FO 2-2998 wishes for your deep enjoyment of this

(HU'3jiiI: ( Madison. Florida holiday in some more tangible wa /But

. I' ,, we are happy to take this opportunity: to

:z x -"A Very Merry Christmas.
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: church with a spagetti sup- liiI ,. Andrews Department Store ." .

per by Uncle Sammy and:Mrs A GREENVILLE. FLORIDA .:.' '..1
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.. ;three circles was held Dec 12th in : \ \ ,

'. it' the church hall.Decorations ,.--'
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berries
of red "
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and Christmas motif cloths on a r 4"ix ,,,
tables prevailed, with a beautiful ,

,', GREETINGS large lighted tree with gifts under --'
neath. i
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TO ALL Mrs B Williams in charge the ..

:'OUR program opened with singing and 1r
FRIENDS' candlelight readings by Mrs Eloise .
I '" Barrs and Billie Mltaer. After a dIJ
PEP'S CAFE gift exchange refreshments were .t: .
served.' Hostesses Mrs Virginia "

.' ._',Phone,.HU .,3-2522. Madison. ..- Sale, fIra ,Jewel were Wimb fly!,, Mrs fi

4 t.* Mr and Mrs Clarence Blalock and Eloise Barrs and Mrs Katie Barrs i
,.:sons, Allen and Clarence, of Augus. Miss Mary Ned Prine o I New York -- ,.1 : i > tj-t : '.! "
':aa,; Ca, Nnere week end guests of Mrand will spend the holidays here with 0-

..Mrs Carroll' Blalock. her parents Mr and Mrs R'L Brine, 'Most of the. .-world,hasihanged 'sinCe ou> ,grand pazentsttj'ged the.-.'
.' -x- and brother Rip. team to a gallop dYer roads to famHjjf_
: -4. Misses.Martha Kendall Fielder and snowy gajtoeriags/* ua-
., Mr and Mrs Harry Drake and Gayle E :Jones of Cherry Lake Visited changcd remain the holiday, the familylhev'gather ngV.'Let tIS

son of Panama City are holiday friends' and relatives in Cedar j guard closely in our hearts. the spirit of this wonderful season to ,.
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guests of Mr and Mrs Beasley Col Key over the week end. Miss Cath- i pass on to generations JL : to cotne** f- -" .'
erine Morrow of Gainesville joined
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RETAIL MEATS J BEST WISHES FROM"TEXAS.BOB. < : ", '" f: '"V.' "SQNNV" BROWN-_ ,
: T. AND ALL THE AT :' :4. .' -, '< ,
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Jackson and
Penny Day r;- A.-;. i F
tonsilectomy operations in Valdosta : : ,_ 7.' .: W,. L. '. ,' :.... .,; ; : -<, UVE.fJA!!. FLORIDA L: c. "
/COWS AND HOGS BUTCHERED' t _"",' "". ,. .-- .tfr. ..- -".-' <, .. 1 .,
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at:\Iovely parties. J i'P_ _._ ,
The?'-Christmas decor' in red stand 1. ." '. J'
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Gr eiings' the* room's_ where guests wee entertamed t \J.\ :J ; ;. ._ : 0'--

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The:.dining table was ,covered witha i '
Our Mst wishes' to you f. --green" lace cloth and held a'. centerpiece -- '!iF (oll.e,r.tialue, /' ,c.' _. Jolla t4 I

J rn"'" + Mctmas. May have of greenery and a grouping \ : ;; C.-,
4 r ry #' you .. '..of red lighted< candles. ." ,Redribbons } ..' .; (;/ /9(< iH' ._ ,
t a tful holiday S50'it1, 'down the length of the '
'j'f table completed the beautiful ef; eA 0. AUTHORI1t01Y'

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< ': 0 /; '. 'of the Cora :Ashley' class were; a I

i "'.iW': entertained :by Mrs Mickler, in- 1 !: -L' y4e8&b'ea -
t cluding their 'teacher. :Mrs' James

I Hardee. Mrs Richard Baker class

I THE MUSIC BOX / j president; and :Mrs Pat Millinor, as- "

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: couples' class :Mr Mickler teacher independent Life -i ,.), <

4 F .', which has been named the Fred I ;
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>-,<;& :Mickler class were+ honor guests '
Mr and Mrs Mickler were assisted 1 .. The Independent Life InsuranceCo.
., staff No. 5 of }Madison enjoyed -
by their daughters Mrs E P San- > r
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'. A R Morrow of Alford and :Mrs G ,being one of the. three leading stalls
|in tnis distr.c.n: hs'i paint of
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L Morrow of Pinetta ,who have
... been guests this week of Mr and sales.Thetable, was decorated:: with I K
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small 'Christmas trees and Christmas
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Mrs Carol Louise Howard ; W V .. : "
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J. Ray; Agent, Mrs ."
former employee of the .- Florida .2. rr -. ...
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Bank in. this city, was released on "
t Howard; Agent zuitTMrs W A Ezell;
1f her own recognizance at a prelimi- Agent'and Md George W Young. ., I : f 'II
: nary hearing before U S Commissioner Jr E T ; Mk! -
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LOUQUE VENDING CO. Cashen -in Jacksonville 'last Sally !tWilsbn pjra mfcther'..Mrs'AVK ..'. .
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charge ,. .:. ..... for a Holiday ofhappiness
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May fhe Day ing embezzled 1916.54 from a dor- illness.Don't s cheer and goodwill : .
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mant account at 1.he bank to replace let. your, : -: T .t. ..L to, aU our: '
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given us a chance to help you. J l ] T. C. COOK Manager .

We're happiest when we know I ; ; LIVE OAK, FLORIDA ". %

we can -.be of some service to S '. :4'
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t ;t rl a Merry Christmas! f\., C Y rYY Merry Christmas
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MADISON, FLORIDA .1 ;V1- X:: _... es j..,, Provau,. |1J1d: one brother Jake
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which began Wednesday night and >- In Lee Wednesday morning. the funeral will bOr
lasts through Chlslmas night. Live The concrete' 'floor was 'poured Mr:Sealey ,was a lifelong resident Revs Luther Brooks Sam MHcheR
characters and animals add to imtaapressive Wednesday, at the Recreation Center' Hi !i : Y r ,C tg s{fiC s of Madison County, a member of and. 'Clyde Nichols.
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Methodist and Presbyterian churchesare 'and other activities at the partyekag ,.' !--" "' .. an employee of Cherry's Feed jCoJ. .
ing' .*the \) planned;for the children sand .-JUUI.DeU-" t ern CT""lL.L"A': $ ; number: of ;years44; ,Mr R M ,Scruggs of Ocala .is fit
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1'f' 1 *' WE cheer,
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Mr and Mrs R E Cart, :Mr$ j i Station (we feet That being. impossible we take,

Lamar Singlstary and: daughtec I Phone HU 3-9312, Madison. : this means ry of_wishing_you .a.Merry__;
Mary Frances, Miss Agnes Buynstt Picture Framing 66 Service .
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and Mrs J A Burnett of Quitman i ; "
will be guests of Mr and Mrs James All sizes photos See .' .CN4rp StationMADISON '
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on..\ The ROSERY or BYRON Hotel
Christmas day will be Miss Lynn Phone HU :3-2300 Madison Florida
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Mr and Mrs A F Burnett of Jew 0 1
Mrs H B Sloan of Greenvillewill
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ForFIJELOILCall Mr3 G W Jacques of Camilla Ga; : ,1
Mr and Mrs C W Braswell .Greenville

J P JOHNSON ; Mr and Mrs Jim Hunter and I TTS been. a cheery, .
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HU:3-2277 .Mr and Mrs Gene' > Ochlmand. of Albany .=..so on,this t4mas'Day 2 as r. 6ryj
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birth of Jesus bypassing
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l' your patronage and say: ..'$\:;' ,, i .,, }. rttnaati. .KENNETH, HUDSpN ,; t{ .
'.' that wo hope;fo see you ; STANLEY WILLIAMS. I MAY the true spirit of Christmas liD \ ,
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Fishing Tips :
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Going salt water fihanHere ? "* 75c .auTOSc, Ourin ,Fumitiire Co; :" day7"that!f.ou shall be ,. MADISON FLA..s'e .

:Snapper.are Bluef"lSh-Spearing.some handy Snap.baits:. y e lI w Pine Rest. ". Madison n, Fla. .,. '" rich 'w tli ,his blessingof

per Guts and Live Pillies. Channel _."_, happyiess. .through- I
Bass-Menhaden ("Moss bunkers"1TaponMullet m: -. rout '
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ShrimP-Tuna Flying or "
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"-Squid or Mullet.. tract shrimp and other small fish,,: oiStW : ld
Scrape barnacles off the pilings which in turn attract larger fish. ae. FUNERAL 'HOME
.U you .happen .to be saltwater fish- LAWRENCE ROWELI TO OUR Phone Ht.. L, :3.22S3,* Madison ".-

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mechocics.-have the Know:"JIoW'.and,. the .desire to give ,. I will dose at 2 p.
the tost possible service. We work on"any make and i. i 1 T.CooJ '
.: wtAtt wkhout numyours. will close 2 pin': ..
unit LPG diesel or regular Stop: m. Siinday Dec. 24
model tractor or power gas ,. '}. .;:. her. z Ir ..-"and ;*& t ,
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seeUs'before you buy. Fleasure'Is: : _, ...nulles., Maf ; 'I ,= re-open a. m.
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YOUR MASSEY FF.RGUSON NEW HOLLAND, "AND LEERADia&TVSERVICE .' _'..... =. ,m., ". ,-... re-open. M o n d;....a... y: on: Tuesday.. Dec. 26.
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Kcfrigeratin,- Radio! TV .,at1d;
Brew. tractor Co. ; US %zwaJr No.1O West Electric Sere Christmas Eve!
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presents and given them, we ha7e'J -
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and we'have seen
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mess' This is nothing new; it has
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a carpenter no rich man. but noton .;
I the bottom of the heap either.

We can imagine that he must have ;4 irp.Cw : \

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little baby' has to be born in a -
stable, surrounded really by the $ '
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worst of everything. What may :g 4cb : ---
have galled Joseph and Mary too.t' j'I

--. wasrthe thought that if it had.not, ..:;".
been for the wicked Romans, this .
.-:. long whiter,journey Bethlehem "
would not have been necessary. ,,\. <<

-_ The.'child was robbed of all that .-. --.<;:),.
Mary and Joseph had planned for >

:' .* him.;-and,yet be was by legal.descent o R$:!"" J'..-.. rlt W 'fRfjuU"" L' ,: .: E;
heir to the throne of David. .-, 'J'
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The Romans had long since abolished '
that throne. Heirs to van {t ;
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ished thrones got no favored treatment :j'c. ', :
from the Romans. ,, '
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Mary must have been sorely THE CHURCH FOR ALL
disappointed no less. That her Son ,,,,. ,-i-. .... ., ';" :k ::iJiF t-
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was born to be a king; she had no 'AIL. FOR THE CHURCHThe .,
doubt; but a king's first appearance .
should surely be more dig. T/i/s J/'ff/e/ : dog is o.fls.cIMany! of us are in !the same >- -
..nified' if not more splendid. Church Is the greatest factor on earth ,

," .'*J5yerytJ&ing ,the baby'a: eyes.fell for the building. of character and good t.izenship. ; ""*''dilemma.. What is Christmas. .. anywayWhat does it mean? ;Do. .' -
"nthe manger. the, cattle, the \ : <
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crowds,-suggested poverty, It is a storehouse of spiritual the tinsel and decorations obscure the true meaning?

struggle, the lot of the disPos- values. Without_ strong Church, neither: :... :! ,

b sessed. We know that when Mary democracy nor civilization can survive. Christmas decorations Christmas trees Christmas.,gifts have :' -.< :
Y went up for the purification ceremony There are four sound reasons why"every ; / .
few weeks later her '
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offering a was one which was al- person should attend services regularly and their part i in this greatest of, aS, the year, but tack of them is' i. {{ .

lowed only in the case of people support the Church. They are: ((1)) For his Child ..
the and the Christ : 6\XTs gift to mankind. : '
who extremely
were poor. manger ; ,
own sake. ((2)) For his children's sake. ((3)) .
Oar Own ,DlJipjrclntmints : f"
If some recording angel went For the sake of his community and nation. : In the Church will fjnd the" true*$V.n Mrit of Christmas in'alf'. :'J
about the country on December (4)) For the sale,of the Church itself, which you .

J 26 every, asking Christian the :same Did,you question have of a .needs his moral and material.support Plan its joy; ,beauty,and sacredness. The Wis&Men will become' .

dom perfect get Christmas the answer? he"mlghw.'Yes.Yes; it Bible to go daily.to church regularly and read your 4 4 so real I you will 1 follow! the star with them.; With the shepherds : d ;;, __; .,:, :o

would have been perfect if she .. ... '
Juean
., had been here. Yes would'have Day'- Book chapter Versa- on. the hillside you will heat the song of angels.. You

been perfect if I could only forget will to Bethlehem where will kneel before the .i
the terrible state the world is in. Sunday Deuteronomy 6 4.1 S go you King..

There is joy in Christmas, and Monday Deuteronomy 6 16-2 Kneeling will find the true meaning of Chritms .- .
it ought not to be a season of you ,
the carols there Tuesday Galatians 4 1.7 '
tears.But beneath .
,." .,.
4 are the hearts heavy with frustra- Wednesday John 3 16-21. WIll you come? .. .' -<- ; = 'd.'''''4'J _,... ;
tion, disappointment bereavement Isaiah .
Thursday 53 1-6 .
and the sadness of those .. ........,.
Friday Isaiah 53 ,.... 't. ,
7.12
who realize that after all these : ;
a j! centuries.peace is,harder!; Jtp-find: Saturday. 4 Isaiah 9 1-7 \-J! '. .: .
will too .. ""', ., ', ...
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than good ; .
ever, men f J' :" 'l't. : "
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few. Christmas ,may remind us \.-. [ J... ... ."' # < ...;: \; t' .,; .J ., ..: '.
that in this life .we cannot put off -". .hr1i1 lJlI."lJJii7i.. f fL 1ir&HiJli :,, : ..

jAy until an causes of $)r''owaDd .,. ,. } ,' .,-,.;:,'
regret have been abolished. Jesus ,: .
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our Lord was born where and as These .Religious _Messages Are. Being Published' Each WeeJi, Sponsored by the" Following Individuals"arid > ';

he was, because of the military Establishments ".
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power of a pagan people. The first .. _; : ,;
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Christmas had its shadows, and ;J. }.. t' '- : ---::".:;... } -'
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they were deep. U
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loy and Tears -
The Christian's Joy is not'built MADISON DRUG STOREMORROW,INSURANCE, AGENCY "

on a make-believe There are people '
who can persuade themselvesthat : '
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there is nothing wrong with _
the world, nothing really bad in it.
But this is not the Christian view. MESSER BATTERY &TIRECO.THE. ENTERPRISE -RECORDER '

We do not ,deceive ourselves by -
mere happy-talk.' We must net MADISON FLORIDA : "I 'f

turn the Christmas-carol recordup -,"_'- Your Friendly. ;Home. paper. 3.75 a year, or lOc a Ccy
,so loud as to drown the sounds i ; from. the Boys .
dsrteeas.Christmas '. WESTERN AUTO STORE '. .
weeping in the :.. : .' : :.;. .
is not a season to forget the .--: .

woes of the world, it is a time to J.. J. SALE JR.. Owner : : tJNN.I F -. CO.PHONE .
resolve afresh to do what we canto PHONE HU 3-2385, MADISON, FLORIDA '
make those ayes fewer. chris
HU 3-2340
fl.T*-fn join in every good work J. B. DAVIS Inc. MADISON, FLORIDA

for the benefit of the oppressed _
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and the lonely"and'the;-victims of QU irrYCiEANERs

man's inhumanity man, bo- MADISON, FLORIDAFrafeighAshky 't '. .. 't, .,?'T
is atm
that God .
cause the we throne.believe. Christmas should ": : ':" 'l When; your clothes;are J\ot becoming: tpyou: ..r: tl q" '" '.

on remind us that it Is'possible to rejoice ,";., Truck &; Tractor Co. .'_ ,;,::;be-) ,ooming to us 4t-:Phone. HU S;2355". .".i..Jt'N": ai "
midst of frustration '
even ia the '
disappointment and regrets p'HONE HU 3-2241, MADISON FLORIDA : CANTEY MOTOR to: I :tit...

possible ** cherub hope even long' : ,
And Christmastide waytroubles 'DAYLIGHT DEPT. '
deferred. STORE :
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For tbe : -, '
evea retake as: _. ; :r \ MADISON,
1 of t&e world, are we not partly to :-- < MADISON <
FLORIDA
honesty feat f'f
blame? Can we ay -
caused a ateglc -. .
we bare sever ..-. --
tear ia the sorrowing world! Ia ; .:

our CbriftiaBky aD a matter of .
carts of ontrtretefced : If- ; '" {;... ,, .0. .} '
carefree or fo6. r r ate: dI t Z. i t t.iL ,
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I Crews Daniels Funeral Home Opens





.. New Funeral Home' .,
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tel. 'lJ. .. I$ Jt. "'JJi Is Opened In : }..

Live Oak i


.* MliD A new funeral-home, the"Crews- The OfCREWSDANIELS
Announcing Openingi
E. Daniels Funeral Home, has been

COME To..Ig :opened Howard in Street Live, Oak according at 416 to East announcement -

I by Robert J. (Bob)
Crews, and James B. Daniels; Jr.,
both licensed funeral directors.
The new firm will offer 24-hour
Western Auto Associate StoreJ. oxygen equipped ambulance service
and complete funeral home service.A '

J. J. SALE. JR., Owner ,- also.registered- nurse will be on duty

,-.'" 108'110 S. E. PINCKNEY, MADISON, FLA.. In making announcement of the
opening of their business, the partners -
said "We are experienced and
licensed funeral directors who will
J&.: It1 strive to build ,our business by
t
: tf .. 1ii" 4f giving to you the personalized, sympathetic -
service we feel you desire. FUNERAL, HOME
Our only aim is to merit your con-
Butchered Choirs Sing Messiah fidence."
Hogs
It was also emphasized by Messrs
Crews and Daniels that they are
Every Tuesday! sole owners of their business and
; j An enjoyable program of ChriSt- are not affiliated directly or indi
mas music was presented by the rectly, with any other funeral home.
H' : combined Methodist and Presby In Live Oak Florida }
r Cows Butchered terian church choirs at the Metho-
church when ,
dist Sunday night selections ,<
from Handel's Messiahwere 1011. .". .,;.
presented. .
Thru !
Mondays Fridays : The voices blended beautifully in
the numbers from this great religious %.

<:\ I Ii composition.Dr 'Robert Kennedy was 'director .. .. Robert J. (Bob) Crews "_ James B. (JJB.) Daniels, Jr.

and Mrs Dale Leslie organist. '
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QUITMANABAnOIR x :
: Soloists were Mr Ronald. Williams LICENSED. FUNERAL: DIRECTORLICENSED\. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
E. FOUNDRY ST. tenor, who sang the introduc- s f' :
tion and recitative Comfort Ye My
PHONE 7621 People; Miss Ann Folsom alto, .
.t QUTTMAN, GEORGIA recitative Then
numbers
whose were
Shall the Eyes of the Blind be 24-HOUR. OXYGEN EQUIPPED AMBULANCE SERVICEOpening
M1IOLESALE AND RETAIL Opened and.the Aria He Shall Feed
f His Flock; Dr Kennedy bass, sang
i MEATS But Who Shall Abide the Day of ,
'r. His Coming ; and Mrs Lamar Tutenof
) Mr and Mrs John Maultsby left : Perry soprano, who sang There our! new funeral; home at 416 East Howard Street. We are experienced and
Were Shepherds Abiding in the Field
t !Thursday to spend the holidays in and I Know That My Redeemer We'd Ito p.us.oe tM*p.c altfcougMtfotCfcrafenft Licensed funeral directors who will strive to build our business in giving you the personalized
North and South Carolina with Liveth.
J relatives. The choir's numbers were, And *.....job| sympathetic service we feel you desire. Our only aim is tjo merit your con..
the Glorv of the Lord; 0 Thou That
for fidence. We are familiar with all types of funeral services, large and small, and will
Repairs on all small gas Tellest Good Tidings; For Unto Usa .nd ",pin. I" Uf us prey
Born Glorv To God and
Child is "
;
: motors. HOWERTON SUPPLY the stirring Hallelujah: Chorus. P...". .*rife', .' |ee4wl give to each our sincere'' attention. We are sole owners of our business and not affiliated -
Rev Paul Touchton and
presided
Briggs-Stratton and Me.Culloch -
Rev Dan McCown gave the invoca- towards .B IMA! with any other funeral home, directly or indirectly. .
Sales and Service.
4 1 tion. '- :

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Bryan Electric Co. -.. '

MADISON, FLORIDA .0 Phone Live,Oak FOrest 2-3333 ;gk(

't.' ,j BEST WISHES :

r CALENDAR OF THE

< r AT. .CHRISTMASTIME..; SMALL CLAIMS COURT' .:. Your Friendship And Confidence We, Will'Stfive;:T Merit

( ANDALWAYS .
Dec 8, 1961 < .- *- AJ
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't"- : 65 Estate. of Dr PL Bush vs = =

James Nealy, 80.00; Judgment by t '
I Call.
.v May aQ the good Default. .' .
79 Educatar Development Corpvs .
t things of life be "
yours Mrs Roger Blair 267.79; In favorof
;'f ., now and forever is our wish.t Defendant.

lor you and yours 81 Credit Control Corp vs Al
.t FUNERAL HOME
on_Christina1 Fiori, 38.50; Trial set for later date. CREWS-DANIELS
.' 82 Marbut Co vs Henry C Whit-

WI .... ney, 151.76; Dismissed, paid in full.
-.,- .., .. ... 83 Marbut Co vs C & I Furni- ROBERT.... J. (-Bob) CREWS L.P.D. J. B. ( DANIELS JR., L.F.D.

ture Co, 137.91 De r
Judgment by
; '
J. P: Johnson, Marketer fault. LIVE OAK FLORIDAr-

84 B R Bailey vs E W McKinney ,
SINCLAIR REFINING CO. 23.50; Trial set for later date. .
t HU 3-2277, Madison, Fla. 86 J D McReynolds, vs North Fla

Cnst Co, 78.03; Trial set for later
date. I ,
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t 87 T M Howerton, Jr vs Dickie .
Thomas, 228.39; Continued until Mr and Mrs J L Wyche leave today
l' eiM4 paid to be guests of Mrs D ,B Tom :

88 T M Howerton, Jr vs Tye in Jacksonville, for the holidays. Jim ,

.', :r;' "' Massey, 20.22; Judgment by Default Wyche of Daytona Beach will Join
his parents in Jacksonville for..

LlI- f 89 Estate of Dr F L Bush 'vs Christmas. C

Susie Groover, 21.00; Trial set for NOTICE TO CREDITORSFlorida

., .' later date. 1
d 90 Estate of Dr F L Bush vs Han- StatutesIN ,
nah Brown. 35.50; Judgment. by Default THE COURT OF THE COUNTY r
JUDGE, MADISON COUNTY,
91 Estate of Dr F L Bush :vs FLORIDA IN PROBATE. "t
lIt re: Estate of L F Kelly Deceased.
David Johnson 60.50; Trial set for
TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERt t
later date.
GREETINGS
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS SEASON'S
p ... 92 Vickers Imp Co vs Frederick' ,AGAINST SAID ESTATE: f .....,sty
.' Bass 250.62 Judgment 'Default.
; by You and each of you are hereby t -
93 Vickers Imp Co vs FrederickBass notified and required to present any j;

204.95; Judgment by Default. claims ,and ,demands which you; or ;I We wish. to extend to you .Christinas.. :Greetings .and. goodwill ,
either of you, may have against the : .' .4. .. '
estate of L. F. Kelly, deceased ,
Mr has arrived'spend.Christmas with County Judge of Madison County, } .. \:
H :Mrs Patten'and* with Mrs R V Florida, at his office in the court I .'
house of said, at Madison,
Dial. County << jare especially grateful
Florida within six calendar }
-x-
: i mouths from the time of the first j
Miss Mary Ned Prine will arrive publication of this notice. Each I ,
\ 'tw&'; "i;. hippy fiMt'yeat when we think of out by plane Saturday Dec 23rd from claim or demand shall be fa writing 1 ;MARTHA'S '
and shall state the place of
t: <-.." ..,1 frl!+tsfs: tAd so w* th'of you.! .and wish you.,the New Christmas York City to spend the residence' and post office- address. I i
c f., 'lb.ut.4n'o1.i st of hoW.y* .'.. Merry'ChrUtflSH holidays with her parentsMr Of the clairaaat, and shall be sworn FEMININE FASHIONS
:lid the vary "ttfctf_ H a ppyjjtw Ye a rU! J and Mrs R L Prine and brother to by the claimant, his agent, or his Ga.
Valdosta
.'". attorney, and any such claim or Downtown
_.. i:!:r Rip.Don't demand not so filed shall be void. : v
: Cantey Motor Co. '. '. let your friendly com- HATTIE V KELLEY :" _

petitor grab all the ad space of As L F Administratrix_ Kelly, deceased.of the Estate I ** '*' dt, ****$**$4,
in The E-R.
FLORIDA
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posted oa vital new coverafM...review your property MtK... ; J this Christmastime but rather it was: V

' JIfOJrU1: at feist cac a ye t..... .loa- pot Wpisa given all through the year..This gift is your

r Tffi fi ytw friniT nn1 iimnifff utttnfTrr wIsiB ffpttjcMorrow'Insurance hI l-r-. ": ,..i friendship and patronage. We treasure it ; -

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Agency '-' showing us that service has been wel-,
our
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108 West Pinckey St. : IReproeenfinptheFlartTotaFitEItsIuTUeeCo ;:,. .
Madison. Fla.Many V ..
service. So for another -
:: \ J year we say "Merry'Christmas
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Natural or LP gas. "' ; '. .
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First of all, a Year's Subscription.A Sirmans church will be having its 4' :AND CUSTOMERS IN MADISON COUNTY FORA ...
Christmas gift that gives 52 times Christmas MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEARSweat's : VALDOSTA, GA. -
j during the year. program December 24, at
Scotch Tape Dispensers. 7:00 p m. Special Christmas sing- Radiator Service .
ww
Moisteners. ing will
be by the church choir.
Pens & A. W. SWEAT OWNER, VALDOSTA, GA.
Pencils of Various Kinds ,
is
Everyone invited to attend. ....r'M' ;: .. A
J Pencil ,.. 'f 5. .
] Sharpeners .
Weekend guests of Mrs Essie r. "', good wishes} .
; Markers :< May our .
Stapling Machines Tuten have been her grandsons .
Punching Machines Tommie and Benjye Tuten of SEASON'SGREETINGS {. T& .
) Art Brushes Perry. : ( &' to you this Christmas
,: Rulers \ :. ,
; Glues and Cements f ; W are. sorry that Mrs Ira Blair 1iiir -Yy.. :; ,b

\ Tapes, Paper, Card Board has been sick. We hope. her a :;:'. # ;. remain agtotoas ak '.jJ
] Construction Paper speedy recovery. \ ,

Typewriter Ribbons Our birthday list for the week is \ illJ; \ It
that
sand le tier
And Many Other Useful Things. 6 \ j ;
Cathie O'Quinn and Mike Tuten. I \}

We wish Cathie, who was 12 a \ .
Golden Wedding Happy Birthday, and also :Mikel ( ? '

l who is 4. Little Mike was happyto VS 1t"goesout : _
receive a pet pig from his :
Mr and Mrs W Drew Webb of
grandfather this week. He has already a. ,
Lee are celebrating their golden :,:::
named him "Porky". He also
Wedding Anniversary on Sunday has been enjoying playing with As another year passes by.v R.with fo thanl each and every Morrow Insurance Agency
Dec 24th with house from 2
open ,
to 5 p m at their home. All friends his his pet puppy, "Wimpie" Jinx," and of OUt friers. for their"' lind f.rors.nd,patronage! Mayiht GENERAL INSURANCE -- MADISON: FLA. -
pet cat, "Mother. 'I
and relatives are invited to attend. We are sorry Nathylan Clements spirit of Otrtsf mas enrich your Eves throughout tJ* coming' ---

has been sick, and was not able to I 1fissMary Ruth Kramer, a stud-
. For Fuel Oil attend church. We missed, her,_not .J" end gogjwl among aj tom... ent at 'the University of Georgia
being able to lead our sing i1g. S' rMADISON NEH1 BOTTLING CO. arrived Thursday to spend the holidays -
CLEANERS4EMMA : herewith; her parents, Mr and
Mr and Mrs Lynn Bailey visited "
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1'.u4366fl1. Mrs H' Kramer. Enroute home she
It : ; their folks. in Titusville We alsomissed AND LARRY PINSON : Grape., was the guest of her sister, Mrs
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.. them' at our church service 't '' ,'. .. Lester Greenfield, in Jacksonville
J. B. DAVIS INC We wish everyone a :Merry Phone HU 3-6424, Madison ,. Upp r 10 for several days.w .

Christmas, and a Happy New Year. StrawbtrryRoot

.. :. . .. BIRTHDAY PARTY ,. Bear
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PHONE FO 1-2775 LIVE OAK
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; Robert Lay, son of Mr and Mrs

: IN'TI-FREEZE: : J... .. ]Bob Lay, celebrated his seventh

1 birthday with a party at his home

_..<. .#- . Saturday afternoon attended by ten jtl.aTr Vr ,..,

:' "! ', .' 1 boys and girls. Football and other .'
:
,games were enjoyed on the lawn. lfJn @
"0;: .G"U"'A': 'RAI"N' 'TE' '. J Favors' for the children were balloons chistPlIlS

: 1 iThe @f ,
4'4't
7'4' pretty white birthday cake '

.RV I embossed in red and green held
[L L'Vffi
.::- seven candles Roasted weiners, ice
Merriment aplenty, a full cream cake and cold drinks were v

stoc\ing and a full ana served. [ IDJUgbtwelghf c V

and hap- Robert received many nice gifts. '
happy Heart,peace ; compact
t .. and fdlotrship in Aefullest" design.Starts
I piness all WMAF OPEN HOUSE / / fast cuts; steady. Has
measure. May il 4.22:1eear ratio.

come true for youlRuby's A large crowd attended "Open 1 :. Weigh only 20 lb. I

House" Sunday afternoon at Radio Takes bars up to 3r,
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Ec4s Fabric Shop Station WMAF in Madison Every- plus accessories.

P one who attended was taken on a
"MADISON"FLA
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4 z guided tour of the, .studios: arid ra

shown some of the phases of broad ....:,.. v'o .
casting. The occasion served the .. t

NOE; dual purpose of celebratingWJ.IAFS Mathe wumila of his -.J, s r'::,
:
; Fifth Anniversary and its '. :

increase to 1,000 watts of power. s S ooAbate
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? z Refreshments were served and all
iD roar home ,
guests received favors. Bob and 0{
f ; P RMANENT V
T1tP Margaret Lay and all the staff ''roabboat the Jur. 3 .
members wish to thank all who at-

,:. ?. tended. f BEN's TELEVISION SERVICE HANDY McCULLOCHMAC

Madison Shell dealer backs Shellzone antifreeze Pnone HU 3-6351. Madison, tf/CHESr/35A TRADE-INS.CHAIN SAW. .
Mrs Hess Sivia of Tampa will bethe
i guest for Christmas of her son- :Miss Charlotte Woodward, a LOWEST TOMS ...
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in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs T junior at Texas Christian Universityat
with this ironclad J Prices on UcCullocn: caws start as lot
guarantee F Livingston. Ft Worth, arrived Tuesday &s $14955
-, the Aad said unto night to spend the holidays with
t these. r NOTICE OF INTENTION TO her parents/Mr Mrs Jack Woodward -
1. All-winter protection to any temperature ,you specify Fear Not: for behold, I MAKE APPLICATION FOR of Pinetta. Howerton Supply Co.
-down to 62 degrees below zero. K Jft aDCMI ti DII of FINAL DISCHARGE
:. areat S. Duval St. Madison, Fla
Don't let friendly
2. Free refills, if .needed any time this winter, at any Shell Joy wWcIa" taal- be to aB Florida StatutesIN your com-

station in the U S and Canada :- ...: peotIe. COURT OF Trttl COUNTY petitor grab all the ad space .

JUDGE. MADISON COUNTY in The E-R. :
;Van H. Priest Co.
Here's Why we can offer you this ironclad Shellzone guarantee:'.: [STATE OF FLORIDA.

We? give you an 11-point cooling system check at no extra"COSt 'to' ':- AND PERSONNEL J In re the Estate pf, Joseph Jessie
> 4 Conway. Deceased. In Prot
ate
track down potential leaks. 'Madison, Fla. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON JUST RECEIVED
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We put in the right amount ,of Shellzone Our calculations even NEW FRONT CERN

include, the water capacity of, your heater. 1 Winnie Notice A Conway is hereby as Executrix given that, have I A Solid Carload

Quality Cleaners--.E has put in a :filed my final as Executrixof
report
See us now, before the first frost brings on the big V rtuh.SERVICE .
sew concrete froatand new win-I the estate of Joseph Jessie Con- USED PLUMBING

tiowS ,at the big on HorryWHOLESALE 1 way, deceased; that I filed my
: ':; .. J petition[ for final discharge and thatI tit Tub, CommOdes, Wash Basins and
] will apply to the Hoaorable
Curtis: D. Earp County Jit
: : Judgeof _ett .
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I u Madison' County Florida on the
'' & RETAIL HEATS 15th day of January. 1962 for approval SouthernSalvage
J J;>> of same and V for final discharge .
as Executrix of the estate of

STATION .. AlAma Joseph Jessie Ce way deceased on "ARMY NAVY SURPLUS" _
c ___ 1 this 20th day of Dcoemhor 1 1961.
': --- -.....AMD. -.' HOGS.-<- ;;BUTCHERED Winnie A. Conway Executrix of 111 South Ashley Street,VaJdosta, Ga.
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1 the estate
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>,> our faithful, old friends, and, our. cherished new '. for the best Christmas ever.: t .
months bring han:>>i css.. i ,

< ; For hundreds of happy Christmas Club members hereabouts = '; ,.
f t.cues tee extend sincere Christmas greetings: and an and prosperity to iQ.r JROBERTS Santa has already arrived, bringing with: him ; .

-, .:' '., handsome checks for' lavish gifting
\ stress or 'strain on the budget. If this kind of paidinadvance
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i abundance of good wishes for the coming. year., DRUG STORE Christmas appeals to you, check here for all the facts!

:J': QUALITY CLEANERSPhone PHONE HU '3r6121,. MADISON, FLA. Enrollments are now being accepted in our 1962 Christmas Club.

," Come in, choose a plan to suit your pocketbook for YOUR'

HU 3-2355, MadisonC. (Minutes oi the Board of _. .e .' best Christmas ever .. next year "

'Y. HIERS AND FAMILY
r "" ; Public Eagle's ChristmasSale
InstructionIi.. FLORIDA BANK AT MADISONMember

'- Continues
: .. Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationAnd
!. -:>.. December 6, 1961
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\g- -- -- w . .-. Florida National Group of BanksWe

The Board met in regular sessionon Christmas
the above date with all members Lighting Mrs Robert Smith and baby of
:/ NN We'r 'here.to: present. The meeting was called .to (Will Be Closed'Dece I Great Falls Montana are here for a
order and opened with prayer by ,The Christmas lighting contest holiday visit with her mother MrsE
the chairman, Mr W H Bailey, Jr. will last through Dec 25th when ber 25th and 26th For P Sanders, Sr and sister :Mrs
deliver thegreetings Below is Building Survey for lights are to be on each evening Richard Baker. Mrs Smith's daughter
i Suwannee River Junior.College from 6 pm 9 pm. It is not necessary Christmas HolidayBryan Miss Barbara Smith student at
showing recommendations for build- to register your door,window. lawn FSU is spending the holidays at the
ings to be constructed within a five decoration or store window and best Electric Co. Sanders home. Lt. Colonel Robert
14 year period: decoration that appeals to children Smith will come from Great Falls to
Recommendations for Facilities unless they are located beyond the be with his family here for Christ-
The facilities recommended for city limits. Miss Ann Folsom and Miss Betty mas. ..
Suwannee River Junior College are Ann Day of Ft Walton Beach were -x-
the t tC based upon the long range anticipated guests of Miss Folsom's parents. Mr
of holiday needs, the existing facilities, Misses Toni Jean Wells, Nancy and Mrs V M Folsom over the .week Miss Gayle Hamilton student at
and the'facilities needed to accomo- Smith, Wanda 'Williams, :Mary Kay end. Miss Folsom was one of the Wesleyan College is the guest of her
C R date estimated enrollments duringthe Burnette Sissy Wade, Connie'Pepera, soloists In the Messiah that was presented parents Dr and Mrs Marshall
next five years:;: H : Sandra Ulm, Laverne Brown, Teena Sunday evening by the Metho- Hamilton during the holidays.x .
fo one an a e, The following additional facilitiesare Bunker and Catherine Smith are list.. and Presbyterian choirs at the -
needed to accomodate 'an enroll I among FSU';students who:are spending Methodist church. Sandy Hardee of Stetson Univer-
ment of 115 students in 1961-62 and the holidays at their homes. -x- sity is spending the holidays at his
will also accomodate- estimated' I--X= home here.
an
Misses Rosa Mabel and :Martha
enrollment :of 145. students, in. 1965- Mrs Thomas Cook Brown has
re-
Waring students at Georgia State
Mrs T F Hay leaves this week to
66: turned to her home in Buffalo, N Y College Valdosta, of their
are guests
A. General classroom-12 class- from spend the holidays in, Ft Lauder
i a several weeks' visit here with parents Mr and Mrs B Waring
rooms @ 650 ..sq. ft-1300 sq. ft. her sister, Mrs Fred' Hardee.x for the holidays. dale with Mr and Mrs W T Hay.
B. Faculty offices-Office space -. -
for 10 faculty members @ 75 sq"ft Miss Beverly Brinson student ,at KEEPS OUT COLD FLEX18L8
Enterprise-Recorder -750 sq. ft. Brenau College is here for the SHATTER PROS

C. General Service facilities-1. Library I Christmas holidays with her parents' HOLDS IN HEAT < LASTS FOR YCARSI
Mr and Mrs Wardlaw Brinson. '
including reading room, work- ,RAL
room, audio-visual room storage FOR FUEL OIL, CALLC. Savesupto40onfue!

office. ft. and conference rOOms2800sq. T. (Buddy) McWilliams,' Jr. pLCLEAR ..

2. Administrative facilities, Including AGENT, STANDARD OIL; CO. Cam ,

president's office, record storage, HU 3-2279
work-room,. toilets, general office and 'a
pairs to the roof of the Administration oNtr
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,waiting room-1650 sq. ft. '
Building at North Florida Junior *
: i, 3. Shower and locker facilities College. Just Cut -and Tack On rrWE

:i planned, for joint use and including Financial statements for Grades ru rn o
toilets, 'storage and offices-2400 sq 1-12, North Florida and Suwannee iz

ft : River Junior colleges were reviewedby ..., .
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h/p Mal l W N. .1 Iwi101 M La1..1.N
4. Student center including the Board. low,fk idM/ ..M.1 w .. l.bwM Mi.
I, snack bar, student activity are Bills for the month of Novemberwere
; student office, campus store toilets, reviewed and ordered 'paid. _HAVE GENUINE.FIEX-CL-GLA&S.-
; storage and mechanical equipment There being no further business,
2500 sq. ft. the Board adjourned.
Williams >
Gordon -
TOTAL assignable square footage W H BAILEY, JR, Chairman ,' I.\ -t', -
11,400 ft. ATTEST -
\: sq : f.
,: Plus 25% for corridors and construction GRIFFIN BISHOP, Secretary Ph. HU 3-6244. Madison r..
:.i: -- Here's a candle to tight space ,2,850 sq ft.
:: ;:.. 1 the way to a happy Yule.May Total Adjusted Square Footage-
; 14,250 sq ft, :
the best of everything come "
Total Estimated Cost <@> $15 per
..,. ;: to you cmd yourslBANK .' square foot including construction STO.PCOLWIJ&1EAFTi 6

fees & equipment $213,750. ,
OFGREENVILLE Site Improvement $5,000.
TOTAL ADJUSTED COST .
$ .8,750. f r
r' Library should be. planned for
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joint use with the high school initially. DMTS with1CRYSTAL
Sr:}j r ti tik Ultimate use should anticipatea rN ,

central service area with seperate

f reading rooms for junior college and
4< high school use.
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't If the library is constructed first, :xS f .

,'jt.. the present library may be used
temporarily for administrative fa- :;
cilities or as a student center. .
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.. CLEAR, SHATTERPROOF PLASTIC
Audit report for the 1960-61 school
term for North Florida Junior Col-
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lege was received and reviewed by .
the Board. Records were found to

be in good order. ,,
The following resolution was !<

adopted upon motion by Mr Smith, #, s t ,, :.
'. seconded by Mr McLeod and
:,c+ F' .. -. carried: s ,
c RESOLUTION ONLY I- !>
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WHEREAS Mr:Eugene Mugge has
; \1\\l\'J served as a member of the Special

) Tax 'School District Trustees since I Keeps Out Cold 29 .
January 1954 and as chairman of
this body since January, 1956 and,
Holds In Heat
tt1t\j\ ab wide
; t\\1\l WHEREAS. Mr Mugge requestedthat dso i.2.d
his ,name not be placed on the Saves 40% On Fuel 4'rridsb/
: .O ballot for the November 1961 Trustee TO
D '
\ o Election and
';: \ WHEREAS, during his period of Costs So.little* .
service he. has made distinct con- Anyone Can Afford It

f- .. tribution .to the Public Schools of Compare the low cost,lightweight, ,
: ; :Madison County through his leadership ; convenience and weatherproof
.,' i interest and Insight I qualities of Warp's Flex-O-Glass:
May the spirit of Ckrislmas sera to < : NOW therefore, be it resolved with expensive breakable glass.

} that the Board-of Public' Instructionof So Easy .. Anyone Can Do It"It CUT WITH SHEARS
-Madison County Florida
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takes only & few minutes toput
\. ;: yea Ian yew loved ones. May. tJH. its appreciation individually and as up nYJrW 'Shatterproof : F:;
a body for the tireless unselfish; ad '
: :: Window Materials, It a to easy .
: dedicated efforts of Mr Mugge Infcefeatf that even the womenfolks enioy'
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: of, Public Education in Madison it. Don't _
,1I18'S.", ,er]tMee .e". Ae wrditVklier It Ming let cold weather _
'. ,' ,, :r-." Ceunty Florida: catch you unprepared Get ,:
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-- f! f "" ...B&: IT .FURTHER BESOLVEDTHAT :., Flex>O-Glass now! ... ......
; Implement Co..fii. this resolution be spread E-- WYt-O-ClASrGlASi-OT: SCKm-ClASSt,. _

: t'J!{ .,, :.. "_ ,_. .., upon' the" official :minutes ofMadJoon. .! ie ...flEX-O-r......u.A...'POtr-TANE",,w ..*...IA5T-ON icete Jr.KITS& SlCUULY
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BUILDING Cir / r O. ,
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! iiL -J -" -. "'" L ,,' rlIiimksmess' ":r."! PETE BoUND .BODY SHOP 11 "

I t E'r J 'C, "- P .II "L L. iPIPE O CO Body Quality and Fender Painting Repairs MELTON'S TRIM AUTO SHOP GLASS, &s:.">-V 4; :

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N t EI.I'O; Jf" 'I < r / J! i i', _" Compact&Foreign Cars A Specialty Auto, Truck Glass, All Makes .
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1 6! ... cwaey,. as".' ;'wel.as; ..... 'tare & S tJPPLY CO.'"* '. Free Estimates Custom made Seat Covers, Top s;'+"H'
LEiiy : L 1903 S. Monroe St. Ph. 224-6445
PLUMBING .Interiors '
E. HUL-, : I. FIXTURES ,
.. & f '- .PIPE & FITTING' Tallahassee Fla.Padgett's Rubber and Carpet Tailored Floor ,'.0
r :: .. .,(! t ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
MATERIAL / ; j ::: ; > Barley-Davidson :Mats .,

?, -, VALDOSTA. ,Call HU 3-6361 WATER HEATERS 420 N. Dual 222-5505 .
Certain-Teed Asphalt Shingles' __.. $*5 5.95 .#-; < GAS & OIL BEATERS )MOTORCYCLES Tallahassee, Fla. .
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TILE BOARD Sales Service :_ Accessories fc-: ;
15 Tear Warranty .. Per Sq. * .* j

( 4x8xi/4 AD Plywood -" _sheet $' .2.45 WMAF SCHEDULE- ,. 1610." 23, S.years Monroe Serving. St. The Ph._Area 222-8537 GMAC Used no Bikes, down from payment$150.00 qualify up *' *. :

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I I 4x8x%' AD Plywood ._..:_..::sheet $ 6.15 WEEK,DAYS 411 W. Gaines St. Ph. 222-0130. CAMELLIA BAKERY .,#
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Disappearing Attic Stairway ______...$14.95 6:00 SIGN ON Palmer-Harrell Buick Co. Tallahassee, Fla. Wedding --. Birthday Party
6:01 GOOD NEWS Buick and i SPECIAL END -. OF-SEASON Cakes for all occasions ..
Outside White Paint ...._-..........gal. $3.35 6:10 WORLD & STATE NEWS Sales and Service Opel, MERCHANDISE IN SUPER 10 & made, to order

High Quality Mildew and Fume Resistant. 6:15 FLORIDA FARM HOUR TOPPERS SCOOTERS Danish Pastries Baked Bread-Pies .
Extra Clean Used CarsG.

Vz in. Celotex Sheathing _....per M 55.00.. 6:40 ,RUDY AGENT HAMRICK(MON., WED.COUNTY;-FRIDAY M. A. C. Financing ,THE CARPET SHOP 617 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-4560
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Waterproof ) 1930 ThomasvUle Rd. Ph. 224-2L91 Your MOHAWK: Dealer .Tallahassee. .Fla..

Celotex Ceiling Tile __ ..___..per M 107.50 6:53 WORLD NEWS Tallahassee, Fla. Our business is exclusively ;

12x12 or 12x24-Diamond'WhitePAY 6:55 STATE NEWS 'TALLAHASSEE CARPETING S . .
f:0n COFFEE TIME ROOFING &
CASH AND SAVE ,. CALL CH 2.3760 7:25 MORNING SPORTS SHOW HEATING COMPANY Sales, Installations, CleaningWe CAPITAL PEST CONTROLPest ;

7:32 COFFEE TIME Do Rug Cleaning Control Termite Proofing
NEllO CHEMICALS Barrett, Rubberoid
Inc. Roofing
7:40 REPORT FROM TALLAHASSEE Free home Appt. call 'collect RATS, Roaches. FumigationFor
Nu-Vent Awnings, Carports, Patios
CYPRESS ST. VALDOSTA, GA. I (TUES. THROUGHSAT. Coleman Heating Installations 224-7242 217 E. 3rd. Ave. estimate call collect 223-3795 ,.
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Nights, holidays 385-3433
7:45 WORLD NEWS Home remodeling, repairs-36 mos. ;'
I 7 50 STATE NEWS to pay. For estimate call'223-0268 JONES AUTO ELECTRIC 1313 S. Monroe St. ,
Mr and C 0 Rabon and MACHINE SHOP -
Mrs sons Tallahassee
I 9 Complete 7:55 WEATHER NEWS 510 All Saints St P O Box 2624 pps Specialists on Generators, Starters Fla.
Harris Wade and Jimmy of Wild- f S. *. *
wood will be holiday guests of Mr SERVICE for BriggsStrattonand 8:00 COFFEE TIME Tallahassee, Fla. Brakes Relined $10.95 .

and Mrs A H Wade and Mrs E J McCullough engines, at 9:00 MORNING DEVOTIONS Fords, Chevs to 1958-Others $14.95 # *
9:15 SWEET :MUSIC TIME Your TOY, HOBBY, '
Harris.
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. 2224 S. Monroe St. Ph. 222-3252 THE .
9:30 MARY BLAINE TIME CHILDREN'S FURNITURE FRONTIER SHOP
Tallahassee, Fla. .
:Misses Hart Tomlinson and MaryJo 9:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE Needs Are Our SpecialtyWe Complete line WESTERN WEAR.
1 AT MT. OLIVE Gross have arrived from Peabody 10:00 MUSIC UNLIMITED MILHOUS STUDIOSTallahassee's .for Men, Women, Children |i'
College, Nashville Tenn, to spend 11:15 PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM invite you to start your Saddlery Horse Trailers

The Ellison-Thomas wedding Dec. the holidays at their homes here.x Christmas Lay-Away Now 1927 Thomasville )td.. Ph. 224-5311,
1 3rd was 'held at Mt Olive Baptist '- 11:30 RECORD 'SESSION LITTLE FOLKS STORE, Inc. Newest BALDWIN Dealer Tallahassee, Fla. -

church instead of Midway church. as Dr and Mrs N Jordan Akridge and 11: (SOCIAL SECURITY PRO- 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 PIANOS '. . .
published In last week's paper. children of Cocoa are expected to GRAM TUESDAY) Tallahassee, Fla. ORGANS
spend Christmas here with Mrs J J 11:50 STORK CLUB (MONDAY . '. ..
Bay City. Mich. FHTNC) -. Conway. ONLY) PIANOSSTEINWAY .
Gordon B Braswell radioman second ART SUPPLIES "
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1840,N.Monroe
FLORIDA
11:55 YOUR : GARDEN
class. USN. son of Mr and Mrs C i Mr and Mrs Bob Browning and SOHMER-KIMBALL i; PICTURE FRAMINGWALLPAPER
W Braswell of Greenville, Fla., is 'children of Jacksonville were week 12:00 WORLD NEWS HOME and CHURCH ORGANS Ph.385-2828 .
serving aboard the guided missile I end guests of Mr and Mrs. Julian 12:15 NOONTIME NOTES WURLITZER PIANOS and ORGANS Tallahassee, Fla. -
destroyer USS Robinson which has Gibson. 12:30 TALK OF THE TOWN ZABENKO PIANO HOUSEDial CASSON'S, LTD. ,
been completed at the Defoe Shipbuilding -at- 12:40 FARM NEWS HOME OF THE 1326,S. Adams St. Ph. 222.9669:.
222.5028V
Company, Bay City, Mich. Dr and Mrs Thomas Callahan will 12:45 STATE NEWS Tallahassee, Fla. BEST 1IPORTSRENAULTSAAB Tallahassee, Fla. -

-x- spend Christmas in Harriman, 12:50 PUBLIC SERVICE PRO- . .. a ,.,
Tenn.. guests of Mrs Callahan's GRAM ALL 'BMC CARS .
SUBER & JOHNSON -
CO.
Guests this week end of Mr and parents. 12:55 WEATHER NEWS Good Trades-Bank Financing
Mrs 0 A Henderson and :Mr and -x- 1:00 HILLBILLY HIT PARADE .' Farm AUTO 'IMPORTSU . .

Mrs Gordon Henderson were Mr I Mrs C D Tomlinson will be theguest (FROM THE PASTOR'S Equipment S 90 West Phone 223-3506 United RentAllsThe
and Mrs Lawrence Riviere. of Tarpon -.. "
of her son and family the Industrial
STUDY WEDNESDAY)
Springs. Mr and Mrs La qy'Riviere Tallahassee, Fla.
Harry Tomlinsons. in'Thomasvillefor Nation's NeighborWE
2:00 GOSPEL TIME Equipment
of
Pensacola. and Mr and JOHN Dt tRt
Christmas. RENT MOST EVERYTHING
4 Mrs Edison Wood and children of 2:30 PUBLIC SERVICE PROGRAM Sales Services ,* !*- '
Party Banquet Supplies, Hospital
,
Lakeland. USED WASHERSGOOD 826 W. Gaines Ph.. 222-5960 GLASS GLASS beds. Wheel chairs, Power tools.

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS on several 2:45 MUSICAL INTERLUDE Tallahassee, Fla. Plate Glass Furniture Tops Lawn and Garden eqpt, Floor
3:00 AFTERNOON :MELODIES
top-of-the line G-E appliances at SELECTION PUBLIC'SERVICE Mirrors Window Glass Autoglass Sanders, Polishers
Howerton Supply Co. HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. 3:40 PKOGRAM installed while U wait StoreFronts 619 N. Monroe St. Ph. 224-6710

Enclosures Tallahassee, Fla. '
4:00: RECORD REQUEST You' ray. WHIDDON GLASS CO. * *
5:45 SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS
&:55 REPORT FROM TALLAHASSEE 1617 S. MonroePh.. 222-5781 . .
: "You will (MONDAY Tallahassee, Fla.
aCFwa. get my .W .Ws y BUSH CONSTRUCTION &
THROUGH FRIDAY) Bodr B idM s i
6:00 WORLD NEWS .... I' ROOFING CO.
personal attention 4 STEAM' 6AIfS, WE HAVEORNAMENTAL
; 6:15 TWILIGHT TUNES SHRUBS Bonded Roofers Remodeling
; 6:59 SIGN OFF MASSAGE Additions
Painting
I Prtsov# test:
CAMELLIAS AZALEAS
c' 4 and best service FIVE MINUTE NEWSCAST BE- OITMPICHEAITH -* Aluminum & Asbestos SidingAll
: Live Christmas Trees
j FORE THE HOUR; NEWS ;STUD5O Fruit and Palm Trees Type Repairs
HEADLINES & WEATHER ON :. 1904 3*Monroe CAPITAL NURSERIES For free estimate call collect
available when HALF HOUR. Phone 224-7103
Day
you
SUNDAY SCHEDULE 3248 N. Monroe St.
Fla.
: Tallahassee,
7:29 SIGN ON .. Phone. 385-1326. .. .Tallahassee. . .
\ t i drive into Arnie 7:30 TRAVELING STARS-
7:55 'NEWS
8:00 GOSPEL HYMN TIME Miss IerlynVintenburg of Or- tenburg. They expect to spend
., Medders American 8:30 SHOWERS OF, BLESSING Milk For Sale At lando Is spending the holidays with Christmas In Tallahassee with reJa- '

:. :... 8:45 WORLD NEWS .. her parents,sir }lIld..Mrs H B Wip- tive$., *' ct .l'Madison ,-";

8:50 STATE AND WEATHER Davis Service StationCHRISTMAS
Service Station in NEWS
r 8:55 MORNING SPORTS SHOW Gas Co. Madison Gas Co.

9:00 JIMMY STROUD DINNERMr -

i Madison. :ARNIE 9:15 MORMON CHOIR and Mrs Bill Powell entertained -
9:30 LIGHT & LIFE HOUR members of their family at fe
,
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1000; NEWS Christmas dinner Sunday Dec. 17th. ':
10:05 SONGS OF FAITH Among the guests were Mr and MrsT V ny ;
,
E 10:32 MEDITATION FOR SUN-< Frank Powell and son Tommy of ')iIi.> .";; ... ''..
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DAY Valdosta; Mr and Mrs J D Powell,
Mr and Mrs C L =
0:47 PRELUDE TO WORSHIP Jacksonville Powell and; their son-in-law and :...: ., ; ..... ":;
I 11:00 COMMUNITY CHURCH
daughter, Mr and Mrs James A ;
12:00 WORLD NEWS = 30 GALLON KEE +
Rhodes and baby daughter Diane of .
12:15 NOONTIME NOTES V1g r Moultrie, Ga.

: O GOSPEL CONCERT HALL, During the afternoon there was an :'Cf< Gas Water Heater j,
x
lt..R 12:55 NEWS exchange of gifts and cake, am-
1:00 PROTESTANT HOUR brosia and coffee were served. ; Glass Lined, 10Walxanty.: e: =
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1:30 HOUR OF DECISION J .
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2:05 THE SUNDAY DRIVER Mrs L G Sheffield will have as $54.95 "
e '' 5:10 EVENTIDE guests for Christmas day'' her children -) '. ? '!--J'
including Rev and Mrs Paul .
: k j -it 5:29 SIGN OFF Barrett and ,children of Homerville, 1 ,7 'g 5
Ga., Mr and Mrs Eugene Sheffieldand .
Madison students at the University .
i' children of Norman Park, Ga; HARDWICK :'i:
; of Florida Johnny Plant, Albert
_ Mr and Mrs Woodrow Browning and V :
Davis, Don Davis, and Edwin Bz&wii-.
children of Jacksonville and JamesG
ing are at home-for x-the holidays Sheffield, Stevie Sheffield and.Mr c9 Gas Range $149.50

and Mrs Norman Herndon and baby,
Miss: Mary Jewel Touchton, student .'.
all of Madison. Completely installed with two e.:
at Emory University is at home !dJcQ
for the Christmas holidays. 100-1b gas cylinders en- ,

ARNIE MEDDERS Mrs N Williams-x- and sons Riley Earn a Big 4% :...: .' $19.99 down, $7.05 m0.C 8. '

and Devere of Frostproof are guestsof \' I
her parents Mr and Mrs D D On Your Savings At, O .
Morris to spend the holidays. -. Madison Gas Co. ,

COUNTER TOPS ,First Federal HU 3-2226 :MadIson, Pla C

American Service Station OB APPLIANCES : P
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SAVINGS & LOANASSOCIATION R. 1L "Bob. Dye Charles Wells
XTEZHEN CABINETS
Hrs Agpes. H Young Eugene 'Tat" BuleM.4DISON

MADISON, FLORIDA; ( tl in Dixie-Taylor ,Hotel Bldg.

PERRY, FLA. GAS' co. Madison Gas Co.
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and lighted candles. Two coffee Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru ). '._,
December 23rd f
tables in the reception hall were Q.Q. v. _.l' ,. .\-
covered with green lace over white Z .

satin, and held at one end a five CD. Swift's Premium Canned ; Lb- J L I:. 6.Or .
branched silver candelabra holdingred '
tapers and at ,the other end thesilver
coffee services. Silver roses, .
red Christmas balls and silvery pine HAMS 'J.
completed the decor. Miss Whittle :
Dickinson and Mrs T C Coody presided .
at the' coffee tables pouring

throughout Mrs W T the Davis afternoon.and Mrs A I? : :,. ... ,'.{:.., :

Harrison: greeted guests at the door, .. $ 9. 9 ..:],. t-i!"
and receiving inside in the lounge 4 / .
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were ":Mrs J Wyche, Mrs James L4 .";...... .-
:Hardee, Mrs T Beggs,Jr, and Mrs W. V CiLvap' 1
S H .Moore. Assisting hostesses were en .; w
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Mrs T C Gibson, Mrs A H Armstrong Z ,r k ;.ant :#
and Mrs J B Davis. ___
Dr Robert A Kennedy, *Dean of Os frozen specials _
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Music. of North Florida Junior Col I; .r:; Ace HI Florida V_ _
lege introduced double'quartet z g J $
Juice
from the college whosjang "Deck Orange 3 : ', l\ S'
-': :;;. Superbrand Chocolate, Vanilla, !' ,
The Halls," a spiritual, "A Rockin i Strawberry : : ww .
,., ,All Night" "Colorado, Trail" and -I 0 J Ice Cream yzGQ\\. 59* ;
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"Dixie." Mrs Dale :M Leslie was .0 Th.raftv.Maid Low Calorie .... >p_;:,
accompanist. The Dramatic readingswere ?R 4 Ice!1 Milk : f : t.1 _.
the and ; I I A/H6a,. 49 .
presented by Speech
Jesse Jewell Breast or Thighs : ., :
Dramatics of NFJC, the ,.. '
department en t.
head of Mr JohnH Fryer Parts 2 Lb 99I "" '. ''
department Pkg: : '4 : :. to t -.
Rudy introducing Miss Barbara o Morton Frozen '. _/ '){ .Q.",. '-: ...., ::' '
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Guthrie who read The Raven by ;:J Meat Dinners 2 : "" \ .
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Poe and Ronnie Williams who gave F ', *: ,
Morton's or" o : t i ?j&jt" 'v t .e" .
his interpretation in prose of r -Fruit Pies .. 3 $ .... :J6>'>>,.o:..,.:".,".,," ::>t,":;;7. lL r ":., ,::., ".. ,;Ao+<',.' M' -
Thomas Nelson Page's "How Jen ";. For./ ,
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( Stewart X / '>40h-. >><::tk' ... ,
nie Eased Her Mind" in .dialect. O "" ./
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Honored guests were introducedby C Polished Pecans te''\'. 43 :
the respective heads of their I ;.
schools 73O 50 I )
Dr Marshall Hamilton, President 50'' I
t of NFJC introduced his faculty O 2 r.AamllM THIS COUPON FOR "r.-;...... _.....
S&N firm SimsAt R1 SWIFT'S PREMIUM GRADE "A" D'D
members Prof Simon Kinsey intro- o ALL STORES WILL BE r. ,
YM' NM WiM Ofei
duced. the Elementary School facul- o la Additiea To Those Regularly* CLOSED QUICK FROZEN LARGE
ty, and Mrs Mildred Almand of the m Eonwa-When You Parches e -
High School faculty acting in the _-_ ANY TWO s SUNDAY.MONDAY,DEC. .24 5& e H 39
PaliMlto Fams DEC #
absence of Principal Wiley Sirmon, __ I!! Salads J ..-. 1 So that our Employees eaR en S Lb.

1" introduced the High School faculty. -. 50 VOID AFTEM DCCCMBU l7Ro 50 tIi ,R ..joy tho Holiday with .

\JtlJ 0 % < 11I-' !:It s PLEASE their STOCK-UP Fomiiies.W .EARLY Boston Butts S nnyldldu" I ,' _
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USED WASHERSGOOD :: 50 50 '. -'" ::;" ..z. Pork Roast, r '11,39; Sausage ''i-u,. Boa. 39]
tEOEIM THIS COUPON FOtMS&MCraMSta -
Howerton Supply SELECTION Company III flm .,tAt ;'I MAINE RUSSET Fine For Biking Frying, Mashing jf -.. > ". r .
: YMM Htan Wlaa Diiia>
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!.Addition To ThoM Regitlarly
Yi7"TI''l''r:'''' iJ"Yf'TIttn1lP/l! S s1O39
_* Pared When You ParchaM

i : 4 Most Common TJ DI. jiiik.'w'iiilts GOLDEN BANTAM .': .

l: Accident Causes! ---- o n* VOID ALTER DKCEMIU Z1RO SO Fancy c"1' O EARS/ 3 9- _

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TALLAHASSEE The Florida
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Highway Patrol listed four of the -rt. 50 SON Large Green Stalks '
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most common causes of accidents S: ttOKM THIS COUPON FOB Mi f.re.t .
., today and said that either or all
:Y xmgnt easily be averted by sensible o-n AYN SftNiredflStMp. N.....* WlM' -Duci* s R.f" --t .
driving. Cq
0 In A44i imi To Those ... .
> Following too closely, speeding, CLa. Rtsufert, ps ---------- --- -
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You
: failure to yield right-of-way and '" Purchase Palmetto Forms

improper chief reasons turning for were accidents listed as'which the O Tip W1CAyIJIIiIC; Pirn. Cheese

-::' result in millions of dollars worth o. SO VOID ALTER OECCMBCX: aaito .. 14-0z. e e r Ea.1.
: of damages not to mention the loss s 'so 59*.
'. 't-' of life and limb. ..., ,.:. Cup .
Although the patrol is constantly -
:: on the alert to stop such violations "
,t. Comdr H N Kirkman said they are g MINOT .SPecoi. .Sav6* ACx ;
the most frequently disobeyed laws
I and regulations of our 'state. 2.
The above mentioned violations
I. may not seem Important to motorists 3001 ,
PUII CranberrySauce.
but they are the most commonly \
ignored regulations of safety which Cansn'r
I
drivers seldom
pay attention to until .
after the wreck-if they are' alive,"
said Kirkman. DIXIE, DARLINQ Special Regular 25 A Pkg\1 Brown N' Serve '
Mate troopers are on the lookout OJ ; .r -
for such violators and the patrol says
they will be dealt with in order tohold '
the line on death and injury. TWIN ROLLS ,2 PKG39#

Don't let your friendly competitor I t :

grab all the ad space '

.t in The E-R. .5=: LAND 0' SUNSHINE Quarfers Limit 1 at this price with $5.00 order_or moreBUTTER : .
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Pica Tax and Trade-in < 79

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DOCKETS NOS. 6488-TP AND648ST

EXPERT REPAIR ? FLORIDA RAILROAD AND DO BUGS BOTHER YOU? 1.
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION -

: CLASSIFIED ADS SMALL ENGINES SOUTHEASTERN- to -

COMPANY FLORIDA TELEPHONE CENTRAL OKAY, LETS GET RID OF 'EM, urn FAST. CALL:

TELEPHONE COMPANYand US NOW COLLECT- IF ROACHES, ANTS, W ATE1.
SALES & SERVICE
I ALL OTHER INTERESTED. BUGS, FLEAS AND TERMITES ARE: MAKING YOUR

j.I PARTIES LIFE MISERABLE. WE'LL ELIMINATE 'EM, AND
WHEREAS, Southeastern Telephone
Howerton Co. -
Supply Company is the holder of YOU MUST BE SATISFIED!

'Plasti-tak for sale at The Enter: .Certificate No. 33, heretofore issued
W. B.DaV1Sk. prise-Recorder -office. <.,.', : 0 MADISON, FLA. by this' Commission and pursuant to BURKE EXTERMINATING CO..
the-authority contained in said certificate
MEAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: FOR SALE: 150 Head Black Angus owns and operates tele-
ACREAGE FARMS pure bred cattle. Breeders for .J. D. ScruggsFORESTER phone properties in various communities I Phone 293-J Perry, Florida
BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL Commercial Herds. $150 up. H F : in Florida including the I

STATES RESIDENTIAL BAKER R 2, Box 134 Madison telephone exchanges located in Ponce -
2% mi. N Lee West side SR 255.145tch. REGISTERED SURVEYORPh.
APPRAISALS De 'Leon and Freeport and certain FoiFueIOil BUSINESSMEN-----
ABSTRACTS :OF "TITLE HU 3.6186MADISON rural telephone lines located in cer-

TITLE INSURANCE: 100-ACRE FARM FOR LEASE-on FLA. tain parts of Holmes, Madison, Oka-
112' West-Base Street Highway 221 seven miles northof FOR loosa and Walton Counties Florida, Cal 11113-6601 Newspaper advertising

MADISON. FLORIDA Greenville. Will lease from two which exchanges and rural lines are

Phone HU 3-6277 to four years. G H THIGPEN PEST CONTROL CALL SERVICE herein referred to as the *4systemi" J. B. DAVIS )INC can help you make

Rt 2, Box 403, SANFORD, FLA., andWHEREAS ,
FOR SAL'EIkey BURKEEXTERMINATING Florida Central Tele-
Bevan 3 bedroom. 1% bath or phone FA 25978. 11-2t-pd CO. phone Company is a Florida corpora- money as well as have

Jiouse. FOR RENT: Upstairs furnished PHONE 293J PERRY. 'S LA..' tion authorized by its charter to MR RUTHERFORD PASSESMr
1 nice 213 acre farm 4 mi. south .
apartment with electrically equipped own and operate telephone proper- -
of Madison. Good soil, good possibilities. ties within the State of Florida; and .Fan in business. '
kitchen. Also downstairs
Mitchell A Rutherford
WHEREAS Florida Central Telephone age
Georgia
450 acre_ farm 60 acres clear at bachelor quarters furnished, private Company is wholly owned by 71, passed away Thursday afternoon CaIIIIU3-6361

only 155-- 0 per acre bath and entrance. MrsE M Southeastern Telephone Company; $In the Madison County ;Memorial
Two tree farms: 140-acres and PLATE GWSfi
McKay, Phone HU 3-6956 Madi- and
30-acres. Prices right. hospital after an. extended illness. .
112-acre farm and tree farm in son. 75-tf-ch C.aay WHEREAS, Southeastern Tele- Mr Rutherford was a life-long resident HIGHWAY PHILOSOPHY

Cherry Lake.3bedroom. We are now taking orders for 'I phone Company has agreed' to sell of Madison County, the son of
house for rent. '1962 tdbacco plants. ALBERT GLASS and Florida Central Telephone Com- the late Mr and Mrs L F Rutherford By Trooper Bill
For best results, list your property COODY and BUDDY pany has agreed to buy the exchanges of the If motorists would give more
SMITH.15tfch GLASS ILOCK a pioneer family county.He
with- and rural lines herein referred ground, there'd be fewer in It.
I MIRRORS to as the "system;" and had been engaged in fanning There are few people more poverty

E Broadus WilloughbyREALTOR HELP WANTED WHEREAS, Florida Central Tele- most of his life. stricken than those who are always

g MAN WANTED to supply Raw- I VALDOSTA GA. phone Company does not presentlyhold Survivors are his wife Mrs Bess dissatisfied with what they have.

Phone HU 3-6481. Madison leIgh Products to consumers In Madison a certificate of public con- Young Rutherford of Lee; one 'Statistics show that the general
Co. Good time to start. See HOT! MIXED ASPHALT PAVING venience and necessity from the run of pedestrians is TOO slow.We're .
daughter Mrs C H Tibbals of
W H CONE. R. 3 BOX 135, I We pave drives, parking areas, State of Florida authorizing it to all in favor of safety if
Madison two sons IA: Ruther- the other fellow leads the way.
GREENVILLE ;
or write Rawleigh I streets, etc. Top quality. Fair engage in the telephone business; "
FAL-140-28 Memphis, Tenn. 165tpdBlack's prices. WAINER BROS., Ino. Ph ford Jr, Dothan Ala; and L F Improper passing causes wrecks.
Like trying to get ahead in
CH 2-4011. 110 S. Fry St, Valdosta, andWHEREAS (Pete) Rutherford of Lee; eight any-
the purchase of the"system" thing, you've got to plan to pass.
,' Ga. 45-tf-ch by Florida Central Tele- grandchildren two sisters Mrs Grace Just think of the number of wrecks
List your :farm and city property FLOOR FINISHING CO. phone Company is the first step ina Frier and Mrs Fannie Lamb both which happen in that narrow little

with us for nationwide advertising.No sands and finishes new and old Registered SurveyorPhone program designed. to enable said of Madison; one brother 0 S space between you and the car up
for :Florida Central front.If .
charge listing. Telephone Company
floors. Work
guaranteed. Rutherford of Lake Wales and a
CALL HU 3-6775 AFTER 5 P. M. HU 3-2372 I to provide and extend telephone you don't think "
Bob & Beanie SearcyRT. 154tpdMUSIC MADISON FLORIDA service to rural subscribers in certain number of other relatives and don't drive a car. '*..
' areas now certificated to friends who regret his passing. Cause you're much better

2, BOX 130-A JOHNW.WADSWORTH Southeastern Telephone Company, Funeral services were held Saturday like you are.
MADISON FLA. NEEDS all of which areas are described in Parting safety shot from H N
VISIT FRIER MUSIC COMPANYIn at 2 p m in the chapel of
filed herein
PHONE HU 3-5487 the application ; and Kirkman Florida Highway Patrol
Live Oak, Florida for all your CAR90N''MONOXI DE WHEREAS, Florida Central Tele- the T J Beggs Jr Funeral Home Bossman: Be AFRAID to take a
FOR SALE CHEAP: 1937 Ford Tudorcar. musical needs from organs and CAN KILL YOUJacksonvilleYou phone Company has been in nego. with Rev Austin Kelly assisted by chance when you drive. Everyone

New paint in good condition: pianos to records and record. playersand can't smell, jation with the Rural Electrification Rev W T Ligon, officiating. Mrs admires that kind of a coward
FISHER T-V & Radio Service sheet music taste or see it-but carbon monoxide Administration for the .
financingof
Vernon Ragans presented organ
certificates-for sale at The
from Marriage
Madison. 15-2t-ch ; trailer heaters can kill
Phone FO 2-2188, Live Oak Fla said project and now has a tentative -
you, says the State Board of Health. commitment for loan proceedsin music. i Enterprise-Recorder office.
BEFORE SELLING your timberor Each year it takes a. number of the approximate of Active pallbearers were Messrs
timber land please see me.. We THE WELCH CO. lives in the United States due to $1,300,000.00; and sum Carroll Agner, C D Agner, Tommy
ere also interested in buying a faulty heaters but there
were no
Conditioning
Heating-Air WHEREAS, concurrently with the Pepera, Ricky Dean Charles Tib-
limited amount of pine-hardwood G.E. LENNOX SYSTEMS Florida deaths reported from heat- '
the Florida
of
purchase "system" by
bals and Ken Johnson.
fulpwood delivered by truck (\to Gas-Oil-Electric ers in trailers last year, says A W Central Telephone Company from
Morrison Jr., Director of the Board's Honorary pallbearers: Sen W T
Foley, Fla., or loaded on R R cars. SHEET MOTAL WORK Southeastern Telephone Company;
See, write or call -1 Collect Division of Sanitation. The Boardis Florida Central Telephone Companyalso Davis, and Messrs Dalton Woodard,
Phone CH 2-7356
L. P. GIBSON charged with licensing all trailer proposes to purchase from A H Armstrong, Carl Burnett, Fin-
VALDOSTA GA.
parks of which there were some
Rt. 3, Madison. Florida last Cherry Lake Utilities Corporationthe ley Day, Carl Dunlap and P K
2,500 year holding 80,000 trail-
private branch exchange and
Phone: Cherry Lake 8363
Call Us For ers.Warm related equipment owned by the \Lanier.

FOR SALE: 1951 Ford tudor ,in MOTOR REWINDING weather has resulted in said Cherry Lake Utilities Corpora-
some delay of,the southern migrationof.
tion and certain in I
serving patrons
fair condition $150 cash-. John Expert Work Reasonable .Prices. \trailer tourists this year bu.this the Cherry Lake area in Madison ,..'CAN'T"DO WITHOUT IT
Mickler, Lee, Fla. -15'tfa: -- tfcUMP MOTORS EXCHANGED should pick up with the advent of County by interconnection with facilitieS Today's clean-burning Shell

I WOOLEY ELECTRIC colder weather. Morrison suggestedthat of Southeastern Telephone of Cocoa in re-
FOR SALE: Pure bred Angus bulls, i all trailer owners check these Stanley Boxley Heating Oil can give more

all ages. $150 up. R C DICKINSON I Mayo Road LIVE OAK, FLA.Phone .I,six'"points to help insure against the Company WHEREAS; and, the said Cherry Lake newing his E-R subscription for warmth per dollar. And help
FOrest
HU 3-2517 5-tfch 2-2490 Hazards of carbon monoxide poisoning another year, sends this cherry
I Utilities Corporation does not holda hold down repair bills.
or death certificate from this Commissionand greeting along with a check: "Can'tdo

FOR SALE: DONT.FRET CALL SWEAT See that heating equipment is has no rates on .file with this without the Dear ole E-R! Merry Get Shell Heating Oil together
Borre lupine, purity 9&50%, germination SWEAT'S RADIATOR properly vented; that outside air Commission; and Christmas"
source is provided; that burners are Lake i with valuable heating oil
94%; Pensacola Bahia SERVICE WHEREAS, the said Cherry
properly adjusted; that the heater area is presently included in the service.
96% germination
,
seed purity
35 Years In Radiator Business In operated at the designed burning: territory covered by Southeastern's
90%. Hay. HOWARD HUGHEY rate that Bermuda (FHTNC) David L '
Valdosta Radiators Cleaned ; only the proper type of Certificate No. 33 and -'
RFD 3, Box 258 Madison Fla. Recorded. Repaired fuel is burned; that fuel lines combustion WHEREAS, the telephone facili- Wright, aviation machinist's mate

11-tf-ch Cars, Trucks, Tractors -, Work chambers and valves are ties to be owned by the said Florida third class, USN, Route 3, MadisonFla.
checked for leaks.
GuaranteedS is serving with Patrol Squadron -
will be ,
Pretty picture post cards of North He said that gaseous fuels givea Central Telephone Company
Hwy. 41 VALDOSTA CH 2-6907 by Southeastern Telephone 45 at the Naval Station Bermuda -
blue frame operated
Florida Junior College. 5c each at when combustion is
Company under an agreement be- Before entering the servicein
that
The Enterprise-Recorder office. complete; yellow flame is evidence -
.
: of incomplete combustion. tween the said Southeastern Tele- June 1958, Wright attended Madison
New Cane Syrup for Sale: $4.50 GIRARDIN JEWELERSFOR phone Company and Florida Central High School. w w
dated October
I.- Telephone Company
per case quarts or pints. Will bottle COUNTY COURT
24, 1961; andWHEREAS
i. only by order. EDGAR BLAIR, Rt THE GRADUATE OR BRIDE FOR I de
2, Madison, Fla. .107tpd SILVER CHINA CRYSTAL John Bush, worthless check, $25 the aforesaid, the dockets joint request applications this Higher Than Ordinary Quality at
in
fine and make full restitution of Lower Than Usual Prices :
DIAMONDS JEWELRY Commission to authorize Southeastern -
FOR SALE SHETLAND PONIESall ,
: check in amount of $26, or thirty sell and SEE CaIIIIU3-6601.
types, sizes &: colors. 40 to EXPERT REPAIRING days. Telephone Company to .
choose from. $75. up. H F BAKER 4 Edgar Lewis Thomas impropertag Florida Central Telephone Companyto McLeod Furniture Co.
; R 2. Box 134. Madison 2H mL N NATIONAL J15 or ten days.BASKET -bUY the telephone properties re- .
ferred to herein &: more particularly
of Lee West side SR
GREENVILLE, FLA.
255.145tch II BRIDAL BALL described in the applications hi JB DAVIS INC
said dockets; and ,
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom 2-bath SERVICE WHEREAS, said joint applicantsalso 1961.BOLLING C.. STANLEY, MADISON FLA.
house in Madison; Central heat ... Madison High School won a triple request this Commission concurrently 15-3t-ch Executive Secretary ,
and air-conditioning; easy terms. .)- A good selection of basketball victory over its arch-rival with the approval of said

Call GAINESVILLE. FLA., FR Sterling & plated Hollowareby Perry here last Friday night, but sale and purchase to cancel so muchof
6-7438 after 6:00 p. m. 14-tf-ch finest manufacturers did not do so well with Lowndes: said Certificate No. 33 issued

FOR SALE:; or RENT: At Cherry Many gifts to choose from .County High the following night. Docket pursuant No.to 4783-TP Order No.on November 2406 in CHRISTMAS SHOP WITH

Lake two beiroorn house, with 303 No. Patterson In the Friday night contest 6, 956, and issue to the said Flori- .

fishins: privileges.:, See Roberts Madison roared back from an eight- da Central Telephone Company an US AND SAVE!

Grocery or phone Cherry Lake VALDOSTA GA. point deficit at half time to defeat appropriate certificate of public convenience

8396. 143tch. Perry 60 to 42. Perry was able to and necessity covering the

make only 15 counters in the last properties hereinbefore referred to. Camping Equipment
FOR SALE: Lots 8, 9, and 10 in NOW. THEREFORE. IN CON- .
CALL two periods. Butch Baker was top """"
Block C, Plant Subdivision in SIDERATION THEREOF NOTICE Poles and Pegs Sleeping ?

Madison. :MARY and JOE scorer for Madison with, 15 points [U hereby given that the Florida Rail- Pop Tents .. $6.95 Bags. .. .. .. $7.93
f GRAHAM 4911C 26th Ave,-MI- JLPate and Giddens for Perry with a like road and Public Utilities -Commisi
AMI, FLA. 13-6t-pd sion will hold a public hearing at Genuine Army Canteen 6-Piece
number. Wednesday December Witfc Covers .. 98c Mess Kits .. $L98
FOR SALE: AKC Daschund puppies. Area Code 305 Madison also won the junior varsity 9:00 ain.,
See to appreciate quality. See 943-2013. Greenville Fla. 27, 1961 in the Commission's Hear- Army Genuine Navy
; .
53 to (9aDd .the
DOUG TANNER at Western Auto. "game junior ing Room in the Whitfield Building, Packs ... . $1.49 Hammocks ... $6.95
Madison. 15-lt-ch for high tilt 32 to' 30. 700 South Adams Street. Tallahassee. New Army

FOR SALE: Electric hot water I SANDING -4 High Saturday gave the night Madisonians Lowndes County their ing Florida the, for issues the in purpose the dockets of consider afore- Hatchets Camp .. .. $1.39 Shovels . .,. .' $L98

heater, apartment electric stove ft VARNISHING said and entering such appropriate 5x7 Wall 7x7 Watt ..
and other furniture. PEP'S CAFE, first defeat of the season 53 to 47. orders be justified by the .. "*7.95
as may Tents . .. 14.95 Tents ..
Y HU 3-2522. 16-lt-ch WAXINGOld Van Make racked up 24 points to law and fact as related thereto.At _
Canvass
or New Floors pace the winners. said time and place all in- Folding Part Wool Camp
FOR SALE: Two male Pointer dogs The Madison junior varsity team terested parties will be be given an Cots . . $5.95 Blankets ... $ .69
and white colored. For trial to be heard. -,
liver LIVE STOCK AUCTION counteracted some of the evening'sdisappointment oppprtunity fully Genuine Army Jungle With CoversMachettess
G of dogs see CHRIS BUCHANAN, Sell cattle r It is further ordered that Southeastern Hammocks . $9.95 . $1.98
and in
Rt. 2 Madison 15-lt-pd your hogs our however in winning Telephone Company and '
K auction each Monday. Sales start at their game' 43 to 24. Florida Central Telephone Company; Kerosene Metal Double Deck ..

FOR SALE: Two bedroom house 1:00.: MONTICELLO STOCK- cause a copy of this notice to, be Lanterns:._:..._. $L98 .Bonks .-.. .. $19.95: _

with kitchen, den, dining and YARD, Inc, Monticello Fla. 670-15 GoodyearAlWeather published once a week for three < -
Registered Angus bulls for sale consecutive weeks nin a newspaperof PLENTY PARKING City
living rooms conbined bath car- at all times. fire general circulation each ,of the Parking Lot Next Door .
port and porch on nice lot. Located counties affected ,ifcy the proposedsale *.

Phone in HU Pmetta 3-6777 Madison.price reasonable.15-lt-ch T. M. HOWERTON, JR. :; -As LwAs $12.88 in prior and to purchase the date as of described said hearing.here- Southern Salvage Co.

DIRECTION of Chairman Wil-
FOR SALE: 'Four 26 x 73 frame CONSULTING FORESTER Plus Tax and Trade-in bur By C King Commissioner Jerry W "Army-Navy Surplus"

in buildings.:MADISON Will COUNTY.deliver to Don't your de lot TIMBER MARKETINGS. atMESSER Carter Mason as and and Commissioner constituting; the Edwin Flori L 111 S. Ashley st. Valdosta, Ga.

lay. Call MR BOOTH, CH 2-8081. Duval Street da Railroad and Public Utilities Com-

Valdosta, Ga. 16-7H Ph. HU 3-6681, Madison BATTERY & TIRE COMPANY _' this 4th day of December. .- -


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; THE WEST !MADISON WELCOME TO WELCOME; TO MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST ,v J. L. D. S. 'SERVICE I
METHODIST CHARGE MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH I' NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH : CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF Eagle's Christmas
Sunday School 10:00 A. AL
Come Worship With Us LATTER CAY SAINTS
.REV. C. B. DAVIS Pastorr Morning Worship __. 11:00 A. M.
CHERRY Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Sale Continues
LAKE CHURCH
Training Union ___ 6:30 P. M. Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Pastor Levaughn 'MMdleton:
: FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS Sunday School 10:00 a. In.
Chairman of Board of DbflS.MrSR.S
Evening Worship 750 P. !tl. Baptist Training Union 650 P. M
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11:00
Sacrament Meeting a. m.
School :
M.
Sunday 10:00 A. .
Prayer Meeting 7:30 P. M. Evening Worship 750 P. M. pp. Relief and Priesthood time :Mr and Mrs W J Richter have as
:Worship Service_ 7:30 P. M. Church: Business Meeting First :Mid-week Prayer Service 750 P. M. Training Union Director Society at Sacrament holiday guests members of their
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS Wednesday night of each month. Brotherhood 4th Friday 750 P. :Is!. Sidney' R Moon! and place as announced -family, including Mr and Mrs L J

Sunday School -_ 10:00 A. M. Brotherhood and W. LU. Second Philip Howell ___- S. S. Supt. Associate Director Mrs Kelly ,Bailey Meeting. AT AMERICAN DeReuil and children of Jacksonville
Worship Service ___ noo A3 3 M. 'Thursday night of each month.. Marvin Bass B. T. U, Director Sunday School Supt. ALL SERVICES.LEGION HALL ; Miss Rhoda Richter and her
'I LIr Hayward Andrews roommate Miss Melissa Young, of
First Preaching cervices Sunday. REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor -
Family Night, Friday before every
Pianist ,Miss. Patricia. Moon E. R. CARRYL. Branch Pres. Dominican College New Orleans,
Sunday each month at .750 P. M. Come Worship' With Us. Song Leader Mr Leroy Cruce I RHX5E ROAD. CHERRY; LAKE and Mr Edward Richter of WashIngton
Thomas Surles, Church _School' Supt. rfEV. DOZIER SAP Pastor SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTCHURCH D C.
Sunday School 10:00'a.. m: MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST
I ROCKY SPRINGS CHURCH MorningWorship 11:00 a. m.' -SB-
Saturday Madison 701 South Range
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Services every at .
FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS GREENVILLE .FLA. American Legion Hall. Training Union "- -- 7:00 p. In. Sunday Bible Study 1000 A. M. Mr and Mrs S Newbern of
I Sunday School -110:00 A. M. Sunday School_ 10:00 A. M. Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.' Lord's Supper and Auburndale were guests 'of "Mr J B

Worship Servic --..:- "11:00 A. M. Morning Worship _.... UiOO A. M. Church Service at 3 p. m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. In. Edification 11:00 A. M. Whitty and Mr and MrsS: E
SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M. E. C. WILLIS. S. S. Supt. The Lord Bids; Welcomes The Father and His Sunday Evening Service 7:00 P. M. Whitty of Lee several days thiis
of
family each
Worship Service 950 A M. Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. HAROLD YATES. Pastor Telephone ; you Wednesday Evening week '
to come and Worship with :us
Sunday" School ____ 10:30 A. M. Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. MeLEE HU 3-6517. whether you be poor or 'whether;, Services 8:00 P., M. -

.. Family Night Friday after Second BAPTIST CHURCH Everyone Welcome! you be rich, makes no difference.: Miss Nell Norfleet student at DON'T LET;
Sunday each month at -7:00 P. M REV. I. T. CARTER. Pastor He, we1comes'you to come and eat]Florida Presbyterian college St. YOURFRIENDLY ,
:P. K. Row ll, Church School Supt. Services every Sunday His Spiritual food with us alL Petersburg is spending: the holidaysat .
Several top quality refrigeratOrs ;
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_. 10:00 A. M. home COMPETITOR
Claude Duval. Charge Lay Leader Sunday School here.x
Mrs J F Andrews of Greenville i '
and used only 'a. .
11:00 A. M. ranges GRAB
SHILOH CHURCH Morning Worship
>. RFD in renewing for the home Mr and Mrs S 0 Spooner of :
FIRST AND THIRD SUNDAYS Training Union 7:00 P. M. few months, at a good discount. i paper. writes, I don't "!Want to :miss Warwick Ga, are expected to spend ALL THE AD SPACEIN
Evening Worship 8:00 P. M. I look forward to getting Christmas here with Mrs Eloise
Worship Service 950 A. M. copy my NEWSPAPER
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. THIS !
:Sunday School '10:30 A. M. Prayer Meeting Wed. .... 750 P. M. paper every week end. French and family. ,

"SECOND & FOURTH SUNDAYS

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. r ;
.Worship Service 750 P. M. .

Family Night Friday after Firs .. : 4 ; A I
: Sunday each month at 7:30 P. M : ;:' '- *

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Tralnlng Union 'every Sunday 7:00 : :

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jBible Study: Wednesday 7:30 P. M. .
,Service! Meeting: Friday 7:30 P. M. '
4Ministry School: Friday 850 P. M. "
'Watchtower-Bible Study: :
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f. r Morning Service 11:00 A. M.

I : j 'Evening Service 750 P. M. r : Ak ;r vr
Sunday School every Sunday'at .
: O.,00. A. M. I .. s r I :: / .
:BTU Every' Sunday at 6:15 P. M.
Prayer Meeting every Wednesday : -
at 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood.
first Thursday" every \ t I \ 1 $ ih
month at 750 P. M. 'k '
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Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. <.
Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M. fp '

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FmYef.Meet"edn4sday .. t
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j : 2nd end 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. 44 '

I Evening Service j :V ,
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: Youth Fellowship t_ : : !
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Every Wednesday 850 p. m.
JULIAN ANDREWS.
Church School Superintendent

HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH ____ ___ __
Sunday School_ 10:00 A. M . c_...........-.................

Morning Worship 11:00, A. W:. ,
Baptist Training Union 650 P. M.
f Evening Worship 750 P. M. I

Mid-week Ynuth Service Prayer S Service P. M. Wednesday.750 P. M. i2.Have plenty of calla on hand : I.

V. L. SINGLETARY S. S. Supt.


J.REV.L. W WYNN G DeSHAZO B. T., Pastor U. Director : : friends in.d: .

t --Sunday-: MADISON School CHURCH_ 10:00 OF GOD A..M. j \vhen! l drop Unexpectedly: I

!outh Service Wednesday 8:00p.tn.
oo. tvenlmr Worship 750 p. rn.Mornr .

!' Worship 11:00 a. l.. uncIer.I1OfThe. C Ia CoTP, ", Bottling. c9pa1M.. CCoIa..
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__ Club BanquetThe Custom built to specifications C. T. (Buddy) McWffliams,*Jr.

'QUTTMAN ABATTOIR ] ,:Near Valdosta HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. Sale Continues AGENT, STANDARD OIL CO.

Junior Woman's Club annual, HU 3-2279
held Monday evening ,at SOWS C CMcNeU's :: AND HOGS BUTCHEREDPat Mrs E B Williams will have as
banquet was HOLIDAY SCHEDULEAT
Christmas at her and son
restaurant with twenty A tornado Monday morning demolished day guests homeat Mrs Claire D Gray Ralph
members and two visitors Mrs W V Cantey Jr Allen Beck. Billy a tobacco barn on the A C Lee her children and membersof and mother, Mrs Ralph Gray,, are COLLEGE
their families
Mr and
Bunker club sponsor ,and Miss Mary ]Buraette, Bennie Harris and Jimmy 4 Zrum place aputh! of Valdosta scattering Mrs I Harris, Mr including and Mrs Gordon spending the holidays in Jackson All offices and the library ,will
attending 1 metal siding and other debris be 12:00 Noon Friday,
closed from
Ellen Selman ]Busby are among FSU students at Wflliams, Mr and Mrs Walter Williams ville. ;
Beautiful Christmas decorations ]!home, for. the holidays. 1 more than Soo yards. The twister Mr and Mrs Hugh Williams.Mr i December 22, until 9am Wednesday -
around
Included a Christmas tree j also destroyed agate and damaged Mrs Jim Williams I tie
and all of December 27 for Christ-
which were gifts brought by the !a fence and some trees on the Crum and
Madison Mr and Mrs L L McMullenof Mr and Mrs Henry Stallings
the class for excep place and wrecked a cowpen and a mas holidays. '
members for ForF1JELOIIaI(
Lee and Mr and Mrs D G Mc Nat and Mike, will visit MrStallings
tional children at Greenville. On thesneaker's roof on adjoining property. Power sons. For the New Year holiday, the
and Miss McMullen ofGainesville
Mullen Ann
table was a candelabra ines( ia the area were knocked parents in Sylvania, Ga, offices and library will be closed
with white lighted tapers encircled JP JOHNSON down; during the holidays. from 3:00 p m December 28 until
com- oRe hurt.
with red with camellias.red berries Greenery and Santa No was Mr and Mrs Walter Williams Jr --- 8:00 a m January 2. All classes and
bined and of Charleston,, s C are
son ex
Swedish modern HU 32277vegetables activities will be resumed on the
Clauses made on
to be of
pected next week guests
lines by Mrs Fred Wilsky adornedthe FtrFidOiOiHUHitl Mr and Mrs Walter WIHJams.at Plate Lunches regular schedule.WHOLESALE .

Mrs tables.Bob Lawton was program aad pecan'pie'was served. -* 75c and 95c & RETAIL MEATS
the Dr and Mrs W F Broyke of i
chairman and showed slides of great The committee i fat charge of
of the banquet were Mrs 'B H, Stewart Umatilla were visitors here Sunday ABATTOIR
paintings and works of art Yellow Pine Rest QUMAN _
of Kr and Mrs W G Sheldon on
15th century pertaining to the chairman; and Mrs Jimmy Dav. I
Christmas delicious theme.A roast. beef dinner with Mrs Charlie.. Groover and Mrs HarryBfcunt. J. ,8. DAVE, WC Christmas their way with to Tennessee relatives.. to spend --- COWS AND HOGS BUTCHERED ems--
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James Scott Borland Bill Have DanceAn
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the Ulm family reunion Sunday in
enemy lines. The story behind some And
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of the hottest air raids of the war. 3f enjoyable occasion for North ,
The banquet and dance
Cartoon. holiday m a Florida Junior 'College students was
given by the Elks Club was an -t the dance held Friday evening in We Have a Full Line of

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT' 3rd event ,of Saturday evening at the rfi r za the Woman's Club attended by a Dwoskin

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, Woman's Club, attended by more ; Y0 large number.

IN AND FQR MADISON COUNTY than two hundred members, their Christmas. theme, was emphasized \

IN CHANCERY. wives, visiting Elks and other in the decorations'in the audi-
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Mack Cason James, Plaintiffvs. guests. torium. Arrangements of greeneryand

The Elks' wives decorated the tree on which varicolored
Jesse ,Lee James Defendant: a tinsel TAILBOTT PAINTVALLPAPER &
Christmas
DIVORCE I.club and carried out the lights revolved were on the

,, TO: Jesse Lee James 1628 Orange motif. Wreaths and greenery were A stage. \
placed at vantage points and the Castle ParkVALDOSTA
Street Rochester. New York.You Refreshments were served GA.
are hereby notified that a mantel in the lounge featured a : 'F i throughout the evening. ,

Bill of Complaint for Divorce has Christmas arrangement in the holi- -1. Bill, ,Byer's orchestra of Gainesville -

been filed against your and, you are day colors of red, gold and silver. .fursinhed dance music. linson, Dr RoberT Kennedy, Mr and

required' to serve, a copy of your Sprays of ivy adorned the ban __ Faculty members chaperoning the Mrs: Louis Thompson and Miss Mary

Complaint Answer or onthe Pleading Plaintiff's to the.AttorneyR. Bill of quet tables. A' baked. ham dinner young people were Mrs J. P Tom- McCall. '

E. Cowart 'whose addressis was served. .. ...
Later in the evening Bob Bolar's
:Madison, :Florida, and file the
original answer or Pleading in the orchestra furnished music for the

office of the;Clerk of the: Circuit :dance.

Court in and 'for Madison County, The ladies brought gifts of new 'IK +

on or before the '15th day of Jan- clothing to be sent to the Harry

uary A. D. 1962. If you fail Anna home at Umatilla, and also
to do so, Decree Pro Confesso will
gifts for the class of exceptional eMi
be entered against you-for'the re- to .. '
dren -at- Greenville and money -
lief demanded in the Bin'of Coin-
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plaint.. pay for. a Christmas party. for the -- --._ ,," _,u"c -- .
The Enterprise-Recorder Is hereby children. !MADISON SALESMAN. RECEIVES MaE BONUS- -

designated as the newspaper in which Buddy McWilliams was awardedthe President W H Flowers (L) Flowers Baking Co., Inc., of
said order shall be published once electric blanket that was given
Thomasville, congratulates Jimmy Miller of ltIadison-
a week for four (4) consecutive away. MOTHER:
weeks. and presents him with a Christmas bonus for sales
The committee in charge of this
Witness my hand and official seal: achievements during 1961. His check was a portion of .
enjoyable affair, which the, organi- COSMETIC GIFT SETS
this 12th day of December, A. 'D.I I zation hopes to make an annual the $27,482 which Flowers presented to 92' route salesmenand _e':. :' _
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DALE M. LESLIE one, was J 'P Morrow* Jr chairman: district managers. Checks were presented at a'Christ- Q CANDY, PANGBURN & BELLE CAMP
Pidgeon, mas banquet in their honor. Looking on left to right
Clerk Circuit Court. and Dick Burnett Jerry TRAVEL FITTED & ..tUUil'CASES: ,1
By Jeannette T. Leslie, D. C, Ray Lanning and Milton Cave. are Sales Manager Robert Tucker and District Manager COMB AND BRUSH SETS : i
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W. C. COPELAND, JR. PIPES:

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I recently at the Playhouse Kinder Yellow Pine Rest. -: .d OLD SPICE OR KINGSMEN SET .

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In November Nat Norfleet. was Mr and Mrs Clarence Johnson and '
OPEN FOR BUSINESS honored with a party on his fifth sons Clarence asd Sidney will spend -FOR SON OR BROTHER: .

birthday given by his parents, Mr Christmas in Augusta Ga. with their

formerly Thomas and Mrs daughter Miss Linda Johnson. PEN SET SHEAFFER -,t.
j Across. .from Madison Stockyard, Henry Stallings. The young 9 .

people enjoyed playing on the lawn ---TM1..1.'-'-,Jjji I:'--'--.-'- ?, *;* /.- TRAVEL, BAG'. ', .-'
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were presented to the young guests. !t' T $;: COSMETIC; BAGS

Nat received many nice gifts. J. B. DAVIS, 'INC "' H-f, ". b TRAVEL KITS

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PAYING besides his kindergarten' .friends .

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., '"- Fred llickler and Mrs Kirby Reich given the children. Randy received CHRISTMAS SPECIAL

; \' mann, Mr and Mrs Stallings Mrs many attractive gifts .

.1 ., Bill Cave and son Smt' ,, Mrs Howell On Friday Betsy and Cathy, twin, ,$7.50-$5.,! WALLETS NOW: $. .,98 i"

.;" Waring and sons, :Mal and Ben. daughters of Mr and Mrs Robert G4is
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ter JDebbie. party celebrating their- fifth birth- '
ii '" $ Last Wednesday Randy Ruther- days. After playing games the -j .3: ,' -'. ? .$!. 'R.CLA. RECORD PLAYER
,-, guests /- 't.- :: : 'A 2., SPORT SETA
ford, young son of Mr and.Mrs. sang Happy Birthday: and
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: 3. DOLL SET
'-- Wilbur Rutherford was honored on ice cream cake and candies were .
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fete fifth birthday with a party: attended served; 'Easrh honoree' had a birthday -

c- by his kindergarten friends. lake iced: in white i and holding
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.* Mx'4 5Y The children were entertained ou five cndjo 'Pink,and;white camellias Sntitt
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1 .. r for Com tie lawn by Mrjs Rutherford,, Mrs encircled each one; Mrs' Stallpad oref. : }
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:t.. + 3 Stall Fred MJclcIer,
f :-J I Miles Money and Mrs Henry wigs\ Mrs graft

i ings, kindergarten director. The JnOh er oXtls ;;inns,, *assisted Mr,
pretty white blrtaday cake held five and 3 Itrs fielder''In entertaining the'I We give S & H Green Stamps

!i 8Bi was decorated with cow- guests.. Attractive, a rs..were pre-
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chimes additions and ". i! ..
and bath, door room improvements.
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For the horseman; : J blankets, halters:! bridles, bits, saddle bags, stirrups, etaConvenient ', -


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'J iyHh ? roi. KINDERGARTEN PARTY Mr 'and Mrs J 0 Cook of White-

The Playhouse Kindergarten f ville N C are guests of Mrs

children were entertained with a Graham Wheeler and Mr and MrsJ

E Christmas party Tuesday morning 0 Cook Jr. for Christmas.
J i>y their teacher Mrs Henry Stall-

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; Stallings read The Night Before -

Christmas and later the chil-
I :- dren made gifts for their parents. HITCHCOCKREFRIGERATION

The Christmas tree was decorated I SERVICE
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with ornaments made by the chip, Madison Florida
: ah. 5P hen A gift exchange was held and
PHONE HU 3-6339
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served. if no answer, Call.
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OFFICERS OF V VALDOSTA FEDERAL ,AND FIRM'S HOSPITAL-NEWS l All types Mechanical Repairs 1/TJrllJ

MODERN NEW BUILDING John Langdale, president; on Cars and Trucks. .,
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Bill Lester, manager, Pose before Structure which opened Admitted: Mrs Estelle Bailey Mrs McWILLIAMS GARAGESOIL r.

recently. Minnie Brown, Mrs :Mary Floyd, TESTING, MEETINGFOR

Mrs Marie Merritt; Mrs_ .Elva. -ai........c FARMERS- '- I 1
Strausberg, Miss Susan Johnson I ,
l Rudy Hamrick, County Agent It
Mrs .Alice Sanders, Julius Lassiter ,. 4
T Farmers of Madison County are '
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Bill Powell.
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Invited to a meeting Thursday even- ;:.
Discharged Mrs Jeanette Had- .
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den, Mrs Betty Bernheim and baby
Agricultural Center. The meeting
o boy, Mrs Jean Wells, Robert Adams,
will be held to explain the. importance -
Mrs Lois Webb and baby girl,
M of soil testing and the value t : c::
Donald Dickinson, :Mrs :Marie Mer- ,\
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that can be received. from follow- 1 p
ritt, :Mrs Pearl Willis, Mrs Elva
Christmas Gift .
_ -. Suggestions ing fertilizer and lime recommendations
Strausberg, Mrs Estelle Bailey and I' -

NORGE) REFRIGERATORS AND WASHING MACHINES baby boy. J Russell Henderson Extension EASY iI
$59.00
BABY FLOYDA I EDIT
DRYERS AND RANGES, GAS AND ELECTRIC Agronomist will be with us for TERMS ,
baby boy was born to Mr and
this meeting and fertilizer and
FREEZERS Iti UPRIGHT OR CHEST TYPES '
of Madison Dec $395.00
Mrs Jack Floyd lime 'k i ,.
ELECTRIC PERCOLATORS. MIXERS. TOASTERS, T-V's, RADIOS representatives will provide re- "
; 14. He weighed 5 Ibs, 1 oz. .p d
freshments following the meeting. ti
- Inside or Outside Lights for Decoration, Fixtures BABY BAILEYMr '
This important meeting has been
: and Mrs Gilbert Bailey of
Quitman. Electric Company Greenville are the parents of a jointly planned by the ,professional ,. p1.
Agricultural workers of the County, $75.00
baby boy born 'Dec 15th. He with fertilizer and lime ,/' .
along
Phone 4551 204 206 E. Screven Quitman Georgia weighed T lbs, 13 ozsi: representatives .i .
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and
Deaths:, M A Rutherford, Lee : ?
: and Hoy" Davis of 'Greenville. area. $195.01
How to properly take soil sam. .
Admitted;' Sonny James Williams,
hCI' Mary Ruth Brown, Elizabeth Me- pies, how the samples are analyzedat T Cbda -:

Cray, Sally Mae! Williams, Michael the University Laboratory, and On A
4Th(1IiFiMma1! Pride, Walter: Barfieid. *. how we arrive at fertilizer and $24.75

__ ,Discharged: Sonny- James Wil lime recommendations from these :: j .- 'l45OOg ".-.,
; ,German Mqbley, Willie tests, will be explained.A .

Richardson, Mary baby girl Lizzie 'lRobinson.. taken and analyzed will reveal

Births -Mary Ruth Brown} girl what elements are present in an ;199.5to

.', Dec 15th, Height i ,,'6 Ibs, 3"ozs. available form in the soil. Using $269 59r

.. I D and Elizabeth'McOray a baby these facts fertilizer and lime /
$19.95l
boy Dec 16th. Reight, 7 IDS, 6 ozs.CONSERVATION. recommendations can then be madeto

I.. rut more nearly meet the needs ofa

,((4* d specific: crop or pasture. Adequate from $9.95.oz
fertilizer and lime use doesn't

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(Soil Conservation Service)

.L 0 Rowland Geologist with ,the ; n4995 2. '
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',- ) Soil Conservation Service made sub- ,:
/ : surface geological' investigation on ,

the ponds of Joe Buchanan near wL
Hickory Grove Church and Leroy d

f'j : Alderman who lives 'to the Blue ..' .. ,

springs Community: last Tuesday !" Ic i

j Wednesday. LB' ,Miller opera-

i J. ting the service power augur bored
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Ica edges of two ponds to determine -

subsurface conditions in order to rw $24.75e

make recommendations as to whatremedial : -
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measures would be takento We offer our very 1
$500a
prevent the downward leakageof best wishes for a a

Sincere thanks for water off about forty acres
your patronage during the Christmas
of Mr Aldermans land. After the merry

?;; #! .: :\ ) boring data 'have'been analyzed it is and a very happy Bulova_ Automatic
r -=- past year. We hope we may well I that CIock'Radio
serve you cIn expected some positive action New Year rich m '
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the New:Year..Merry Christmas '* J:'f.4 W', pond which usually furnishes sett

STAFF" enough water to.:. irrigate his tobacco pleasure .
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:_ ; .. l'1 A shallow and other,ditch crops.: about five hundred Bob and Beanie 'S tepbe = .rN..,

:";z.1a : ; sink-type feet long depression draining into is expected a porous Searcy : ? o.n

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Danish parliament, known ,as -

the ,,Folketing, and the Faroe SAYEOp Orders Now Being Taken ,
:Islands( have ..Denmark "
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consists of the peninsula of FOR Rr .
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published Weekly Subscription $3.76 Per Year in Advance Jutland and 496 nearby islands, > PLANTS I i =
Renewals $4.00 Per Year 109 of them inhabited: It borders ', .TOBACCO 1 > r
: Delayed and -. '.' sio Jhiirl000Pb (; ; '-
i Advertising Rates Made Known on Application Germany on the south 25 cents: d' l& drdefeir before

ir.r. is separated from Norway on January 1st. ,

7 Entered at the Madison Post Office as second-class matter June the north -,by .the sea channel m S70isR ". '.r ,"',;' e'3 '> ,": 'n,"/':;) 'I .

':' I 15th. 1908. under Act of March 8. 1879. of' the :Skagerrak ,and from FRESH 4 .- .t..;,. CALL 'I. '*< v"LADELL ". .

DSTNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT, JR. Sweden' on' the east, by. tha .1
Bane'and /Denmark Stefflbtckee Mullet t
AND ASSOCIATES the Oresund .- BROTHERS ;.
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Phone Lake 8384 Write Rt. 3 Madison Fla.
; 10c Ib. Cherry or ,
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i I NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 crops include wheat, rye, bar _tis.4e .., '
f L CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908T. ley oats ,potatoes and apples, CHICKEN NECKS, i I
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T. CL MERCHANT; JR., Managing Editor The livestock industry is very I)

: MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor important, including milk .Sibpkg ,59c. Az

MRS. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. butter, cheese, eggs and meat. a;

Important branches of Danish SMOKED SAUSAGE
- ARID Resort To ForceAs
q industry include food processing AND ,

the Christmas season approaches textiles, chemicals, foun- WEINERS 4)A)

war breaks out over and machine works and ... a \,- .
dry 3 Ibs . . 1.00 \fl1Afflh111 ... : I
4I Goa and two other tiny Portuguese shipbuilding. Main exports are tcWJ1GREET1NGS -

slO enclaves in the vast sub- dairy products, meat, livestock, .

continent of India. Goa, the seeds, ships and furniture. Most FRESH CUT .
PORK BRAINS, LB., .- 9c
largest of the three enclaves, is Danish foreign trade is with .-

'Pear Tree In Bloom only a little more than twice Great Britain and West Germ ,PLATE STEW., 2 LBS 29c .., w.fc7 the joys of the

Blizzards out in the North- the size of Madison county, any. There is no illiteracy in '.-

west and snow and Ice in the though it? holds 650,000 people, the country. Copenhagen is the : season be em every*
and has been ruled Portugal PIG FEET, LB. 9c if.
North, and Northeast} were reported by capital. i

over the week end, but since 1504. The other two enclaves ,: day possession for

here in North Florida it has together embrace only Gas logs, fireplace heaters Come and get 'em! "
CHARLIE MGR.
WYNN the r.chc'e This is
been unseasonably warm. Jack about fifty square miles and Natural or LP gas. MEAT DEPT. year. our-
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sonville reported the warmest have a population of 50,000. '-\ ;
W. C. COPELAND JR. toish.
December 17th in thirty years. We can understand how the Major and Mrs Edwin H Cooperand JOT you

!The writer has had a little- pear Indian government wishes to CIRCUIT COURTMadison son Edwin. Jr, of Jacksonville, I
were weekend guests of Mr and Western Auto Associate StoreI
control these
little
foreign spotsin
tree in full bloom and a tomato Mrs W S Cooper Sr. Mrs Cooper Sr:

plant in bloom and' ,yesterday: he their vast domain, but? we Stock Farms, Inc, plaintiff accompanied them to Jacksonvilleto : J. J. SALE, JR., Ownwer, Madison, Fla.

noticed bloom buds on the had thought of Nehru and- vs Lewis Coody et al, defend- be'their guest until after Christmas -

quince bush that will be open Menon and the other Indian :ants. Plaintiff declared owner in Mr Cooper leaves Sunday to 1 SCHOOL GRADES
For FUEL OIL callJPJDllNSON
fee simple of lands involved.:r. spend Christmas with Major and ENTERTAINED. AT DANCE
I leaders inclined
as being peacefully ,
within if cold ---
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a days ( LaRue Duval Maddox, plaintiff, vs Mrs Cooper. r V. *"
weather does not intervene. We and are surprised that :Edgar Maddox, defendant. Divorce < '
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they have resorted to force to :granted and plaintiff allowed to re The Madison Country Club enter
had another good rain last sume her maiden name. Larry McWilliams arrived Sunday -I : .
tained the sixth 'seventh and eighth
week, and it has been raining accomplish their aim.Graciousness James R Swilley, plaintiff, vs Eunice from Mississippi Southern College -i grades of. Madison,. schools at a lovely -
Swilley, defendant. Divorce aDd I -
to be with his parents, Mr'
some this morning; however, granted and plaintiff awarded con- MrsC T MeWilliams for the dance/ Monday evening at the HU 3-2277
we: are yet a good bit under the Would trol of minor children. Club from 7:30 to 9:30. One' hun-
Leland Thomas Harnage, plaintiff Christmas '. the
normal rainfall. Last we holidays.x dred and forty guests enjoyed
year' Solve, vs Ethel Merritt Harnage, defendant. occasion. Mr and Mrs Julian Thompson and
had almost inchesof ProblemsSo Plaintiff held of FSU is
fifty-eight not in contempt of Miss Emily Burnett children of
Forala Ala.
featured and Mr
The Christmas decor was
,rain; this year, with only much of the world seems :court$325, but in spipport ordered of to minor pay arrearageof children at home for the holidays with her throughout the clubroom with a and Mrs George Westmoreland and

two more weeks to go, we are to be and to stay in turmoil, without undue delay and in keeping parents Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bur large Christmas tree and wreaths children of Tallahassee wiill spend

running, under forty inches. with one _trouble spot flaring up with his physical condition and nett. The mantel was beautiful with Christmas here with their parents,
financial ability to do so. -x- Mr and Mrs J P Morrow.
when another dies ,down: a little. brass candelabra and Christmas
and Mrs Ronnie Brown and
Mr
t NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE balls and the punch table was cen-
,Even in
A TremendousWelcome our own country we
Teri of rela
daughter
I are guests tered with an arrangement of rice
have difficulties, as,. .for instance II I Notice is hereby given that I, tives in Bartow and Winter Haven plant, poinsettias and red ribbon aa.i wfftlsl MAICo
the trouble up here at Simeon H Moore, Sheriff, Madison during the holidays. bows.
President Kennedy received a County Florida, have levied upon Punch and ,cookies were served
Albany, Ga., only ninety miles any and all of the goods, wares, fix- throughout the evening.
tremendous welcome in Bogota, away where, while none so far tures and merchandise located in The committee in charge were
the place of business of the defend-
Colombian capital perched -highin
has occurred, bloodshed might ant known as C & I Furniture Com- chairman Mrs Cecil Sullivan and tHEAl11NIA5SEf

the Andes, Sunday. The ova- easily have ensued-and all pany. to satisfy an execution issued Mrs Al Atchison, Mrs Ed Musser
tion exceeded considerably that out of the County Court, Madison and Mrs Others
If Ester Watson.
over so little. we would all be County, Florida, against said defendant HI n dairy
accorded: in Caracas, Venezuela, more gracious r and patient and C & I Furniture Company by chaperoning the group were Mrs :Featherweight ComfortSee

the day before and the Cara- less stubborn and unreasonable Thoben Elrod Company, a corpora- t LaMoyne Hancock Mrs Emmie the Exciting New
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tion, the levy to include the follow- s Howerton, Mrs T L Fraleigh Mrs
cas welcome was great. Some could solve all ing described .to-wit AICOR.
we nearly our property. : A F Harrison and Mrs C E Fulton. :
misgivings had been voiced concerning i problems. 1 office desk, 2 invoice cabinets 2 chair- A. HALLENBECKP.
office chairs, 2 electric stoves, 3 Mr J W Chason was general
the President's Caracas straight chairs 1 electric refrigerator man. O. Box 27, Tallahassee, Fla.

visit, since, among other Christmas! 2 bed springs, 2 used mattresses, ...
Happy 1 typewriter 1 adding machine, 3 '
things, the man he edged out .
And now a happier note. cases rug cleaner. 1 Rug rack, 1 o tSi our many need HOW MUCH ,
for President had been stoned hand truck, 1 desk-top filing cabinet We trail
Santa Claus was here again 2 sewing machine stand 1 a very merry'
and otherwise mistreated whileon
Saturday, the Christmas lightsare closet step ladder, 1 wheel barrow; M sad the napptt -
Vice-Presidential visit to assortment of washing machines, of New Yean. We'reIfet f5-YOUR TV
making the various towns radios, T-V .
antennas antenna motors,
Caracas not many months etc. .- forthe Mendi : ,.
and attractive
.' earlier. However, this time precautions bright, buyingat And. that, I will sell or offer for esirt between oweesefot .
had been-taken and the stores is becoming more sale, on 27th day of December 1961, ,
active and will get to its peal: at 11:00 a. m., in Madison, Florida I SET WORTH ?
if anyone had wanted to starttrouble for cash, the said property, the pro- ;
he would quickly have about the time this paper ispublished ceeds to be applied as far as may 1 Holton Furniture

the Christmas nome be. to the costs and satisfaction of ii trtfclJ take lot cfmcaqr to mate most foBa forego '
been locked: up. the said execution the amounts nf CompanyMADISON t j.It'
and store lighting displays are .execution being $843.16. ---- W estataxmaenJ they get from their TV sets.Bat how .

,' ; on, everybody: nearly, is step- : Contact Sheriff's office for place FLA. ''eboUt wLmaarTYpiamembe6oadadTHs+t '
,- IncentiveJNeeded ;of sale. ;twfit he worth then? -
ping faster Christmas services
t Given under my hand this 21st
have begun in the churches, a day of November, A D1961. ,tu jeer asr/west is&eRmy back i dams wut o tteaardtor
Signed the quality of that picture JOG an saysc1bJbPi6
The President's- Bogota. address kindlier! spirit is. taking hold. SIMEON H. MOORE. Sheriff t +QS'Ric,oSbriadpicone'mbt&u' '.

in which: he. plugged for It's Christmas! Happy Christmas 14-4t-ch Madison County, Florida. "mpc .ide tests show that the range br stncw of .

the Alliance' for:Progress plan to all! jcm-rate tuJCllt 10 loir,fOIl tsag&set F TV reeepyka ,

and urged wealthier ColOmbians. ,<. ,tad ascaxhesfrre: years\......._.
No jB JOU"' cjno-dase perfaaaaee p&tsres thai m* ,
to join in the revolutionary task Illiteracy > PLATE GLASS
4 faster than when hoar set was new-we ncosssai.:(
of improving their country- Denmark is a institutional STORE FRONT J.5,1raDia S1ftr Screea as picture tube.

-- :.-; 'inen's} welfare, savored quite a monarchy of Northern Europe REMODELINGMIRRORS t Bets*tea used m todifi TV cm ire i hqkei!

; '!. bit of the speeches he made in with a parliamentary system. ,FURNITURE &ey waa ffrtyeaa ago. And seven cot of tea
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ki this country in the pre-election Denmark proper is less than a TOPS w&m 8rE ees ieataag TV iBBfaiMCltuta cse Suter Sgccfl SS

days. Her is right about it; tjiat i third of the size of the stateof TUB ENCLOSURES AND *$e.IB Aekccw TV.
the
-- '_. is, a gbocfbit- of it, though pn-.1 Florida and, has _a population SHOWER DOORS'ALUMINUM ti***5 /er 1a.IiMy rfi tiri /SLiQ831 n a O

the almost as great as that of Florida | MARQUEES
'less there is incentive on' I '..JI..z lie N.o

part of those being helped and The Faroe Islands, between -, FREE SKETCHES &

a willingness,to help themselvesby Scotland and Iceland, aad ; :ESTIMATES!'. *... Ie e w. .. HU 3-6826

much of Greenland especially, which .Write or Call
working -diligently LEE RADIO & T-V SERVICE
I SOUTH GA. GLASS CO.Box Wibon Auto Parts .
of the -
.the aid will be only temporary are integral parts king $ '

\" of that dom would make Denmark'sarea 797 CH 2-0624 ... ''f :: .. S
We have had instances '''' d ? JYESr '
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in our own country in our wel- much greater. Greenland VALDOSTA, GA. ., Madisca. -"',..Florida.- "- .HU '=f&. ':: : A nIS"ON, FUU'V

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