The Madison enterprise-recorder

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The Madison enterprise-recorder
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T.C. Merchant
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December 25, 1959
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Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
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Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.

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VOL. LIX I1o 17 1 Return, Postage Guaranteed THURSDAY, DEC. 24th, 1959 Madison, Florida Price ]QC Yearly Subscription $3.75 ; Delayed Renewals 4.00


HOSPITAL NEWS : k-' LVr Virginia Andrews AlgeoDIED

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Admissions: Mrs Essie Bellflower, \ DECEMBER 18, 1959
f Mrs Jessie Mae B Jawell, Mrs

Frances Baggett, Baby Girl Moore, (By William Day Keis, Greenville
Mrs Mary Frances Burnham, Mrs 4 Florida) .

Gracie Mildred Webb, Melinda When our church days on earth
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Margaret Lay, Mrs Eloise Ruther- I are ended,
ford, Mrs Bessie Moon, Mr Ray | t ;, And dust the hymn book has mouldedto

Koke, Mrs Clifford Holt n. ,
When the notes on the are
I page
Discharges: Mrs Mary Hammock faded, ,
and baby, Mrs Dona Zipperer, Mrs And the
T Steinway has turned to rust.
Opal Moore, David Harris, Mrs J H

Margaret Burnham, Mrs Kathleen I : She'll have no need of the notes

f McCullough, Mrs Ruth Gilliam. \ She'll always know her part,

H J Thomas, Mrs Essie Bellflower, "And when they were come into The music will not come from the
> Moore Baby Girl, Stokes Baby strings,
Bessie But from her soul and her heart.
Girl Mrs Gracie Webb Mrs

Moon Mrs Lou Annie Rigdon, Mrs
Jewell the house, they saw the young Child .. The angels will turn the pages
Emma Mintzer, Mrs Jessie r
The stars our hymn book will be,
and Melinda Margaret Lay. When she sits at the feet of the

and Mrs Leo Baggett of r with Mary His mother, and l fell 1 down, s With our souls at liberty.

Route 3, Madison, announce the T .
birth of a son December 16. The She will join in the chqrus of

baby weighed 7 Ibs and 5 ozs. i and worshipped Him; and when they a Heaven
When the morning stars begin to
y ii 1 sing,
and Mrs Leroy Rutherfordof She'll help in the music of Heaven

Madison announce" the birth ofa ', had opened their treasures, theypre- j. 9 When the bells begin to ring.
Dec 19. The baby '
baby boy, 1 'j '"
weighed 7 lbs an4 3% ozs. < .. She'll study the rays of sunlightTo
the fullest of her soul's delight.
Born to Mr and Mrs H T Hol- sented unto him gifts, gold, an '.frank- 41: i >She will see the planets in day time
In the city that has no night
ton Jr of Madison, a baby girl, : -

Dee 19. She weighed 8 Ibs and.... 7 incense, and. m rrh.'*,As, on the 'nigbt ', She'll have no need of the SteinwayNot

ozs. even the need of a key.She'll
Vs play the divinely made organ
Admissions: Tillnwn Pinesett|, .- Beyond_ conception of you and me.
'. Judson Smith; -B tty Lou Straughter when the Wise Men f found the place .. s:. ,. f

and Irene Hodges. V The ivories' will know her no longer

Discharges: Mary Young and She'll not need them up there,

baby, Mary Ann Glover and baby. I where He was, may the story of the first fi a With She'll the play golden the harps strings of so Heaven rare. ,

Irene Hodges and baby Betty Lou

Straughter and baby, Byrd Mobleyand She'll not lack tone or rhythm,

Bonnell Crumity. ( t Christmas bring to us wonder and joy Not even the need of a beat.
Betty Lou and Jamie Straughterof I There'll be all harmony in Glory,
Greenville announce the birth Where she sits at the Master's feet.
a baby boy Dec 17. I i
And His heard '
Born to, Irene Hodges of Madison ever new. may message,

Dec 19, a baby boy. BRIDE-ELECT FETED '

SWEET SIXTEEN PARTY F again in song and story, give to all of us Miss Jenobel Zipperer, popular

bride-elect, was complimented witha
Burnette was the r = J series of lovely parties the past
Miss Mary Kay Sixteen ( .J the gifts of spiritual joy eternal week.
lovely honoree of a Sweet great ,
Mrs Turner Davis hostess ata
Mr was
Dance given by her parents, ,
two table bridge
party Saturday
and Mrs J C Burnette, Monday I I e / i y.T. afternoon
the Woman's Club. T ie 11 complimenting
night at i and
hope promise.
two hundred guests included Madison Zipperer. After several progressions
set at I a dessert course was served. Mrs
High, and the college !
Ashley Beggs won the high score
home for the holidays. .
Decorations were emblematic of s / prize.. The honoree received a

the Christmas season and centered, saver tray as a gift from the hos-

around the huge Yule tree on the j tess.
stage. A large ivy entwined silver I 4 LUNCHEONMrs
James Hardee Mrs Francis
bell hung from the center I4t
of the ball room ceiling. Christmas % cAI j S Fhillips entertained with a luncheon
cookies and punch were served Monday at Mrs Hardee's home
honoring Miss Zipperer. Sixteen
the evening
throughout M J
guests attended. Chicken en casserole -
this delightful -
The honoree wore on
occasion a full length bouf- salad, dessert and coffee were
white tulle served. Gifts from the hostesses
fant formal gown of
over taffeta accented with an em- -- included a silver casserole and,

corsage of white carnations had a ENTERINGOtis AT QUITMAN BADLY HURT KITCHEN SHOWERMrs
holiday touch of color. Her escorts S H Mgore and Mrs Bill
her brothers Cadet Billy Mrs Harvey Hawkins entertainedher Jimmy Abbott of Tallahassee, Cave were hostesses at a kitchen
Burnette were of the Citadel and Johnny Charles McCall of Live Oak bridge club with a lovely Mr Charles Johnson, 70, fatherof whose English Ford was demolished shower Tuesday morning at Mrs

Bumette of Mississippi Southern ;and Willie Linzy Robinson of St Christmas party Monday nighL Re- Mrs John Wilson of Route 3 when rammed from the back by a l Moore's home complimenting Miss

College, both at home for the Petersburg, both colored, were freshments were served when guestsarrived Madison, died Monday at his home big truck at 7:30 a. m. Thursday; Zipperer. The honoree received many
holidays.Mr arrested last Thursday afternoon after which the eveningwas near Quitman. Services were held Dec 19 on highway 19 betweej]I useful gifts. Her gifts from the
and Mrs Burnette were as- spent at bridge and bingo. Mrs Wednesday in the Maxwell-Easort I Chaires and Hollis Motor Court, Is honorees were a silver compote and
sisted in entertaining the guests by ant charged with breaking and A W Vann won high score bridge Funeral Home in Quitman and in a serious condition in Tallahassee candlestick and silver tray. Chicken -

Mr and Mrs Pat Millinor, Mr and entering in connection with the prize and bingo prizes were won interment Memorial hospital He received salad in'timbals, cookies, nuts
Mrs Cecil Sullivan and. Mr and burglary at Edgar Stewart's store by Mrs D F Burnett, Mrs Walter was in- the cemetery skull fractures and his neck was and coffee were served.

Mrs Howard StudstilL the preceding Sunday night. Bond Cooper, Mrs J J Newman, Mrs T there. broken. He has undergone surgeto ry
\ was set at $2500 each which the C McNally, Mrs Roger Asbury and 1 Mr and Mrs Wilson, Mr and relieve pressure from the frac
Mr and Mrs D F Burnett
defendants had failed to give at Mrs A H Armstrong. Mrs E B Wilson and Mr and Mrs tures. His condition was reportedstill are
The 174 acres of land in Secs 30 this writing.No Bryan Wilson attended the services. serious Tuesday by his father spending Christmas in Ocala with

and 31, Tp 3 N, R 8 E involvedin arrests had been made at ATTEND FUNERALMr M E Abbott of Vienna, Ga, who i s; Mr and Mrs Farris Bryant and
the foreclosure suit of Monti- with spending part of the time here withhis ]I daughters. Miss Julie Bryant will
this writing in
Credit associationvs and Mrs A H Armstrong, Mr and Mrs G F Rykard have as son, Louie Abbott while visiting be home from :Mary Washington
the Priest Warehouse burglary
Janis sold at public sale Mr and Mrs C C Armstrong andMiss guests for Christmas and duringthe his son in Tallahassee.The College, to spend the holidays with
was night of last week.
Monday holidays their son-in-law injured man lives in Tallahassee "
Ella Armstrong went to and : her family.
Tuesday to Claude King for 6300. Last Wednesday night the .Madison and and is an employee of the, '
Starke Tuesday to attend funeral daughter.Mr Mrs'Bob Yates -x-
Mr King also bought the equipment County Training school was -A: & P Co. Other relatives fo
nly' Services for their nephew, Alburtus pf jj.JV, rfer'Haven and Mr_ancLJrtrs Mr and Mrs Burch Corneliusand
on which,he, '.was.tbe, burglarized. Tallahassee with him are his mother,
?: -!'; .. Eugene Wall. Thos Grice and Mr and Mrs W daughter Cathy and son Bill
bidder,, for $200.. : Mrs ME Abbott, a sister, Mrs:
.., .' C Sweat I will Christmas in Atlanta
COUNTY COURT "* ; and. two children of Charlear'Purvis, both of Vienna, anda spend

? __ Mrs Fay Wells of Jacksonville Jacksonville. brother Troy Abbott, of Cochran,, and Decatur Ga., with Mr Corne
Help Fight TB Julius McNeal, drunkenness, $25 Beach is the holiday guest of her -x- Ga. Mrs Cleve Driggers of Madison lius' brother Dr and Mrs W G

or thirty days. son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Miss Cathy Cornelius of Rollins is a family connection of the! Cornelius and family.x .

&Jf .. Mrs Jack L Wells. College is at home to spend the injured man. -x-

i1 Holiday guests of Mr and MrsJ -* holidays with her parents, Mr and aritt Mrs Frank Rykard have

"- L Wyche are Mrs D B Torn of Mr and Mrs Bryan Wilson of Mrs Burch Cornelius. She will Miss Anne folsom of FSU is ai t t as holiday guest Mrs Rykard's

>95i S .859 Jacksonville Jimmy Wyche of Mobile Fort Knox Ky, are here to spend have as her guest., arriving next home to spend the holidays will mother lira Cladie Overby, aidS

Use Christmas Seals and Mr B G Waring of Madi- the holidays with Mr Wilson's Week:,- MisS JaDe Worrall of Philadelphia her parents;. Mr' and Mrs Vt[ Miss Jean and Jim Overby .t

son.; ____ ___' parents, Mr and Mrs :E B W soL also a stndemt at &!11m. Folsrax '_ ,e' Sonunerield, N C. -.- ., I


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TThr wmmm- ((tDR Bowl.1887 The and county was was named formedin for s

, MCUSVU w tut tBUOTlOMt.: MfiCVlTMAl AM MMSI81AI aria 0* kOBttt FWrsa
i MADISON.. FLORIDA the many varieties of wild citrus BUILDING SERVICE I
i Telephone HU 3-6361 111 S. E. SHELBY ST. fruit trees found by the If you need help in building or
i Published Weekly Subscription $3.75 Per Year in Advance early settlers. Inverness is the \
; Delayed Renewals $4.00 Per Year planning or NEW or USED
t county seat. Next week, Clay
I Advertising Rates Made Known on Application. county. BUILDING MATERIALS-We have

Entered at the Madison Post Office as e 01d-class matter June
25. 1908 under Act of March S. 1879. Let us WRECK YOUR HOUSE!



HU 3-6215* MADISON, FLA.
T. C. MERCHANT, Editor and PublisherT. I'' To all our

C. MERCHANT, JR., Managing Editor neighbors.friends PAUL WILLIAMSON ROBERT II. WILLIAMSONOwner
MRS. A. W. VANN,. City Editor andpatrons Associate

lIRS.V.. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. !. Glad greetings MRS. MARTHA E. WILLIAMSON, SecretaryTreasurerDr
i and best wishes
for the Holiday. .
the other street lights. Besides I
Christmas Again :
these, the garden club and the : Mr J A Burnett of Quitman
.So Christmas comes again. power company are conduct- S9 Towne Square Inn suffered a heart attack Monday
morning and is a patient at the
This paper comes out in the ing their usual home Christmas r MADISON, FLORIDA
hospital. He is the father of J C
midst of the hurly-burly activi- lighting program. The Burnette of this city.x .
ty preceding the day observedas lights are so cheery, so heartwarming a -

the birthday of the little ; they bring happiness, Albert Davis of Southwestern
Child of Bethlehem; bringing and they bring hope. The One 1959Qurthonbond University Memphis, Tenn is at
greetings and best wishes fora whose birth we now celebrate b home to spend the holidays with
of himself the his parents Mr and Mrs J B Davis.
happy Christmas and New spoke as Lightof I
Year. Americans, perhaps the world, and John said of (j I
and Mrs R E Watson haveas
especially, .are so inclined to Him: "That was the true Light, oy 4 h,qoJaa guests for the holidays their

overdo things, am nany of us which lighteth every man that daughters. Miss Louise Watson of Goodyear Tires $12.95
probably have overdone the cometh into the world." Apalachicola and Mrs Edith Bevanof :

preparations for the season and : Tallahassee and their grandson, 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type

strained our physical capacitiesto Would Be Hesitant i Steve Bevan, of New. York City. plus tax and recappable tire.

the extent that we cannot 4.1
President Eisenhower will MESSER
give the full consideration to
the deeper and more abiding probably be home by the time best wishes to G-E AppliancesHowerton

meaning of the day. Christmas this paper is published. At this ,H all of you who Battery & Tire Co.

gifts, good in themselves, bringon writing he is in, or on his way q F have been our Supply Co.

increased Christmas trade, to, Spain, following his stay patrons duringthe

the season calls for more visit- in France. The out of this past year.
world acclaim that he a May your Yulebeamerryono
popular I
ing, more more ,
had received in the other countries
this has been APPLIANCES
even paper : GIVE NORGE
was absent in France. The ,-. and bright
pushed beyond capacity get- '
ting out more than twenty French had seen American ;: 4, :MADISON COUNTY REFRIGERATORS, STOVES. WASHERS I

pages in each of the past two presidents before, and this visit "I' Farm BureauBOX HOME FREEZERS
was more matter of fact. Be-
issues and it Christmas
buying, so often goes.becomes a- sides, there were some deep- .; Ali 38, MADISON. FLORIDA 1st Payment Due February 15th 1960
seated differences between the
problem; we noticed a rather I.I
Q strong-willed strong man of Sidney McLeod .
inappropriate advertisement in CARD OF THANKS QUITMAN ELECTRIC CO.
the morning/ paper quoting one France and the President, and SERVICE STATION
all of these apparently were Greenville Florida
mas until he found that a not resolved in the Paris meetings We wish to express our sincere
It will take time to com- SERIOUSLY HURT thanks to the people of Madison FIXTURES, APPLIANCES, LAMPS, TELEVISION,
certain whiskey came gift-
who were so wonderful in helpingus
pose the differences, if indeed RADIOS HOME REMODELING & FINANCING
wrapped. Friends will regret to know little with clothing and other giftsat
they are composed. In the four-year-old Bubba Wadsworthson the time our house burned.
Johnnie Bowen, Phone 4551, Quitman, Ga.
meantime, it would not be ap- of Mr and Mrs Jimmy Wads- Sincerely
A Continuing ProcessYet propriate for people :in our worth of Jacksonville is in the EMIL ARTZ and FAMILY
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hospital with two skull fractures. .... ... k
a'" :; .
in spite of all the excrescences country to feel too harsh Tuesday morning a tank full .of '
that accompany the towards the French; we sup- oil, at his home on which he had
that if the situation been climbing, fell on him causingthe eS a '
Christmas season, there is defi- pose were
injury. He is the grandson of
nitely with many a kinder reversed we would be rather Mr and Mrs John F Collette.

heart, a more generous feeling,II hesitant to permit a foreign \

n warmth of spirit and a larger country, even though an ally, 1959
portion of good will 'at this I to establish nuclear bases in

time of the yeqr, and these our country without our having an

things we must cultivate and authority over the bases. 4

try to keep alive throughout I i ii ..rtk
the year. It is good to satisfy :i Nature's Fish Bowl

hunger once, to brighten achild's
life once, to cheer a i! Citrus county is located on

lonely heart once-don't think the west coast of Florida some

because the country is supposedto fifty odd miles north of Tampa, It I
be prosperous that there is I and has an area just a little a t I.i
bit less than that of Madison .
no hunger or want or sorrow w. A .i
-but these good deeds are nota I county and a population less \ ) .iI I
than half that of ours. Its .j
for I
all matter
; they area .,,
continuing process. And we assessed valuation, however, is 1. \ '< E 1I Ik 1

should not let this kindly spirit I four and a half million dollars ]
wither when Christmas is greater than ours and its effective To all our neighbors and ;t

over and the problems of theN I buying income :per capita many friends we extend

w Year engross us. I is half again as great. The coun- greetings and our.prayer y .t j;
ty is noted principally for its that this Yule season be

The Light Of TheVorld farming and for its commercial filled with cheer love and h (! rnttng if i
I fishing and lumber industries.The great happiness.
The Christmas lights here principal farm crop is ,\ :I

and at Greenville are indeed\ watermelons, and citrus fruits CHERRY'S'66

Beautiful. The Greenville lights form the leading fruit crop. was' 11
Were put up early and brought f I Cattle and poultry raising and SERVICE Madison, STATION FloridaSmithCorona : cxND suddenly there

early cheer to the home folks i beekeeping are extensive and with the angel a multitude I
there and visitors passing I naval stores are an important ..- = :---- .. -' i 5' \I\1\; % of the heavenly host praising

through. The lights in Madison I economic asset. There are large God, and saying, Glory 'J

were a little slow in being in-f numbers of bayrmagnolia; gum,, adding .to God in the highest, and .1'

stalled, but when they were put'I pine and cypress trees in the: Machines typewriters on earth peace, good willr (J 1
up it was on a greatly enlargedand county. as well as deposits of t\'t, :., toward melt.Let us rejoice -, 1

therefore more attractive' e! phosphate, gypsum and clay.: and cash registers. in this promise of en*

basis. The court house, one of o. Salt-water fishing in the Gulf "0 during good will. :I

the handsomest in the state,!,,of Mexico and fresh-water fishing -TieEnterpriseRecorder S t
was made especially beautiful[ in Lake Tsala Apopka are .
with an appropriation from the I the attractions offeredhome ', '"
county commissioners and theeity !I people and visitors, ...... '. CORPORATION ..J. *, :1.:, i/i/
:r. government helped- wit& Homosassa, Springs,i. which' j_; : r: GREENVILLE., -, FLORIDA." ... :- ,
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Don"te't your friendly, Don't let your friendly, Merry

courteous competitors do all courteous competitors do all

the advertising! Dial The E-R, the advertising. Dial The E-R, .

r HU 3-6351, and say, "Gimmean HU 3-6361, and say, "Gimmean i

I ad, Mrs Wilson." ad, Mrs Wilson. ....
I Dr Deborah Coggins student at

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH the University of Florida Medical
School, and children are spendingthe
( holidays at their home here.x .
Bob" and WMAF Staff
I choirs of the First Baptist from 'Texas Lay
Miss Dale Carpenter, in nurses'training
church, :Madison, and the Park
I! Have a wonderfully happy Avenue Methodist Church of Valdosta in New Orleans, is at --
I I presented a cantata The home for Christmas. SHOP AND SAVE ON YOUR Holiday guests of Mrs C C Wellsare Don't let your friendly
Christmas! Our sincere wish Nativity, Sunday night at theUaflison -(- APPLIANCE BUYS, YES AT her sons, Ben Wells of Hinds courteous competitors do all
is for joy at this glad ensemble Mr and Mrs Clayte Dickinson Jr MAC'S FURNITURE & APPLIANCE Junior College and Carlton Wells,
your church The con- the advertising! Dial The E-R
and.children of Tampa are spending CO.ANNUAL. who is in the Air Force in San ,
sisted of 40 voices, led by a group :
season: Good ,sledding to you of soloists from 'Valdosta churches. Christmas with Mrs J L Studstill Francisco. Her other children, Mr HU 3-6361, and say, "Gimme
an The rantata was directed by Al- I and Mr and Mrs R C Dickinson. CHRISTMAS PARTY and Mrs Clyde Wells and childrenof i an ad, Mrs Wilson/'
Tallahassee and Dr and Mrs
va Wfllaford, and James Dasher, SHOP AND SAVE ON YOUR Metal Products held their ann-
Atlanta will
John Richardson of
of Valdosta, composer of the can-: APPLIANCE BUYS, YES, AT ual Christmas party Saturday, Dec arrive Christmas day.x Don't let your friendly
QUALITY CLEANERSPhone tzta, was organ accompanist.The MACS FURNITURE & APPLI- 19th at the Madison Elementary courteous competitors do all
music depicted the Nativity ANCE CO. Cafeteria. Approximately 300 employees -
HU 3-2255 with Mrs Maurine Dugger singing And guests attended. Din- Kenneth Studstill student at University the advertising! Dial The E-R; ,

the part of Mary, while Josephwas ner was served at 7:00 p m witha of North Carolina, is here HU 3-6361, and say, "Gimmean
sung by Paul Fisher, direc- ........ ....... menu consisting of ham turkey with his mother, Mrs J L Studstill, ad, Mrs Wilson."
tor of the Park Avenue choir. dressing, gravy, string besns for the holidays.

The rcfle of the Inn-Keeper was candied yams, 'fruit salad, hot ......,... .
sung by Xt Wayne Knapp of rolls tea or coffee and fruit cake. $ ... .:
Moody Field, and the part of the Invocation was by Rev Paul
Inn-Keeper's wife was taken by Touchton and dinner music was
To Our Friends
Mrs Henry Hall. The part of the ., furnished by Joe Mandziara on his !
Angel was sung by Mrs Thomas I concertino. Dinner was followedby
Sexton, while other solo parts i. a poem entitled "Christmas at Looking back over the past twelve months, we find that
were taken by Mrs Betty Webb The Metal Plant", written by they have been most kind to us. We have been well rewarded -
MsnyGlmshnas narratorand Harris Dukes in the :: Luther Both and read by Grover for our efforts to serve all of our customers to I
parts of one of the Wise Men: Griffis. A skit "What Presents the best of our ability.
Melchohr. while Paul Fisher sang Think of People" was then presented -
Herod and Balthasar, and Wayne with the following employees And, one of the nicest rewards has been the pleasure!
Knapp M 1choir. participating; Mary Studstill, of knowing all the folks we have served, and most)

May Hosannas ring m you The pastor, the Rev James Barber s ": :Moree Coddy, Sammie Keene, especially, the pleasure of knowing you.
gave greeting and thee Louise Bronson, Dorys Pidgeon, '
and the message of a Now, as the holiday season draws near, we'd like to ex-
heart, and the Rev Deas Skierkolk
Nativity message Willodean: George
tend our sincere thanks for your patronage this past year,J
first Christmas inspire yoi I Paul Touchton dismissed the con- Rita Napoli, Luther Roth and Ran-
.. t tf
and to send to you our heartfelt wishes for a joyous (j
.with the
its promise of infinite gregation dy Dyson, as Master of Cere-
anew'with --
monies. Little Miss Kathy Allen Christmas . and a rewarding year to come.
joy! f
sang two songs accompanied by her
and Mrs L C Bruner are
sister at the piano. Sincerely,
spending the Christmas holidays in
Van H Priest Companj We then had visit from Santa
Cottonwood and Clanton, Ala, visiting a EVA. and HYEM KRAMER and STAFF
Claus, played by Clarence Phillips,
t4 their families.
I. MADISON FLORIDA and after an exchange of gifts, DAYLIGHT DEPARTMENT STORE
% tSnai each employee was presented. witha
ham as a gift from Metal Pro-
ducts.. A dance at the Woman's
= A Club followed with music fur-
ri nished by the Stanley Brothers.
May you enjoy : There we had the presentation of
a Christmasrich watches to Willodean Deas and

in ailtraditions Russell Bass for five years of ..
of Special guests were Mr and MrsL
the season. Kafoure, Mr and Mrs T F Brin-

son, Mr andMrs Joe Hancock,
1959 .-: and Mr and Mrs Herman Bent-
lage, all of Valdosta. A good time
was enjoyed: by all.

Mr. Jacobs
Howard and Arnie Tate of FSU ,
:wNf are at' home with Mr andIrs
George Hendry for the holidays.x and ;
To each of our and Mrs Franklin Fansler and! ,
friends in baby leave Wednesday to visit Mrs the Schres, !!
valued Fansler's parents in Ft. Lauderdalt v

this community during the holidays.INVITATION. of

,vie send greetings a dour TO BID

best wishes for Precisionwareoffer

Sealed bids will be received b Y
happy_ NoeL t. the City of Madison Florida, up tc their
C. Vernon
t Ragans 12 noon January 5th, 1960, for :.
.190II furnishing one Police Interceptor
Ph.LARK-STUDEBAKER HU 3-63n. Madison four-door automobile. Specificationscan Sincerest \Wishes
be obtained at the City

; Manager's Office. to
_4 It's HOLTON'S for JESSE HUGHEY, City Manager.
1 Dec. 24, Jan. 1 '
All Our Towns People
beautiful and


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Here's wishing everyone a train loaded & ..JL9 V.good patrons. I

with Christmas .haPPiness and joy. 1959. ,

Have a merry Christmas. .;':u, ,: f '. ..,. 'iI.;rI ,

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I Buy on E-Z Pay Plan
rr11 \M As we celebrate the Day Mr and Mrs Tom Martin are Messer Battery & Tire ;

n & spending Christmas in Jacksonville -
"'_ ;. when He was born, may r with their son and daughter- CompanyMr
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t'I I a in-law, Mr and Mrs Tom MartinIII.
I the hope and promise oft 1
r ., and family.
I'I'i i + His live anew in e -x- and Mrs Emil Artz, who
t message t
j1' recently lost their home by fire
Earl Taylor i is spending the
at Hopewell, moved this week to
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our hearts.rf10RROV A sT Christmas holidays at his home .
i here. He is a junior in Meharry Quincy.
pr : \ / Medical College in Nashville, Tenn. -x-

Jimmy Coke of FSU is at home
jr ; for a holiday visit with his parents.
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108 W. Pinckney, Telephone HU ;

the Hartford Fire Insurance Company Group lolftagWe !

go to the party In these tasty dishes using either peanuts 1 \

=- or peanut butter. Dishes include celery stuffed with peanut (!)r.ertiu
butter and cream cheese stuffed dates and olives peanut but. r 1!
ter and chopped ham hors d'oeurves, peanut and chocolate drop

VOTERS "BE KIND TO. 4OWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY :,candy, peanut butter cupcakes, and three kinds of peanut cook- Ii
NAVACO AWNINGSMr i t ies, Of course, there are always roast salted peanuts to top the

and Mrs James Davis and I (
HOW 1 1i 1l
baby of Miami, where Mr Davisis
nearly Cheer up all the
in medical school, are here for "Most of us know that we need i --.. r i ,
boys, they'll feel let down soon the holidays with their son, and you been having trouble to apply lime to our soils," declares 1
I their parents, Mr and Mrs E C killing roaches with some of the County Agent Rudy Hamrick 1
enough. Davis. insecticides you used successfullyin "But how much lime-That is the ..
the past? Many people have,'' question."

says County Agent Rudy Hamrick. "Unfortunately, there is no single s

Don't JIM TONEY HOMES "Some roaches are developing resistance answer to this important question
Settle for Less See our Model Home $1095 to the older insecticides. The amount of lime to apply tc
Than Four kinds of roaches are com- your farm depends on a number ol .
a Jim Toney Waldo, Fla. 12 Miles
and monly found in Florida.. The Ger- questions. Let's look into some ol
We Finance for South of Starke, on : .
man and brown-banded cockroaches ; /4
10 Years. U. S. Route 301 up these.
are about the same size. The adults First, consider how the crop will

'I Down never are more than J s inch long. influence the amount of lime ap ..
No Money The adult female American and plied. Crops vary in their requirement 1a'Y

a No Charge For Travel Australian cockroach may be J2 for lime. In growing a legume t. t
to 2 inches long, including.wings. such as clover it will be '

1 Anywhere in Fla. These larger roaches are often better to add enough lime to maintain -
called palmetto bugs, because I the soil pH between 6.0 and 6.5.
of,? I Same Low Price they are often sean: on these plants. However, if you are growing non-
James E Brogdon, entomologistwith i legumes, a pH of around 5.8 tc

We use 2 x 8 for We will furnish material the Florida Agricultural Ex- 6.0 will be high enough. Usually it
floor framing, not for you to build. tension Service, says roaches may is best to maintain the soil pH above i
2 x 6's. We use 2 x 6's We do repair work and enter homes in baskets, bags or 5.5, according to Dr D F Rothwell 11'1V9-
for ceiling framing finish houses that have boxes of food, on firewood, and on of the U of F College of Agricul

not 2 x 4's been started. laundry. They also enter through I ture.,
openings around water pipes and Another question to be considered

For a Jim Dandy See Jim Toney electrical conduits, as well as cracks would be' the type of soil that you Lttm
that lead to the outside. Another I arc growing the crops on. This
Block or Frame common'' entrance for these pests is I is a very important factor. You
through doors that are left open. should know whether your soil is
MODEL HOME AND OFFICE AT WALDO, 12 MILES 'Roaches hide in dark, sheltered sandy or whether it has much cia Y'

SOUTH OF STARKE ON U. S. ROUTE 301. CALL WRITEOR places during the day and come out present. Also, how is the organic 0 "

COME SEE TONEY BEFORE YOU BUY ANY HOME. to feed at night. The German roach, matter content? Does it appear to fS
commonly called "waterbug," lives
in the areas where water is found. Hamrick 7.sw.
GOOD AT JIM TONEYS. says that the higher the .
Make insecticidal applications to I percentage of clay the
OPEN FROM 8:00 A. M. UNTIL 8:00 P. M. control present,
roach to the cracks more lime will s
to supplyto
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CALL COLLECT around the sinks, drainboards, under raise the pH. The same is true "
cupboards and cabinets, behind loose of the organic matter in your soil "
BRUCE EDWARDS JIM TONEY HOMES baseboards, molding strips, inside More lime will be required when

drawers in the motor compartmentof organic matter is higher. ......., .
P. 0. Box 1273 P. 0. Box 368 refrigerators, on the underside of The County Agent says you must "

tables and chairs, and in the bath know the pH of your soil before wish ,all our Madison County
I Trentqn, Fla. Waldo Fla. room. knowing how much lime to apply friends and customers a Merry

+I Phone HO 3-2179 Phone HO-82781 The American and Australian I This means getting a soil test made.If Christmas.
! cockroaches prefer damp, warm, you haven't had your soil tested

!. If you are Ri-Ji, if you are Poor, places usually, develop Hamrick in points basements out., store They !t lately agricultural, get in touch agent.with your county May Shop B C Moore & Sons

! I Spend your Money where you are sure. rooms and similar locations. In I Next consider the amount of MADISON, FLORIDA QUITMAN, GEORGIA
! Florida. these larger roaches are. available calcium and magnesium in ----- -

i i also commonly found outside the I your soiL It is possible for your
home and continually migrate in soil to have an adequate pH and
ii Turpentine & Rosin doors. Merely treating a few areas I still be deficient in these two Wishing You and Yours A Merry
i I of the house will not prevent r elements.. This may be true if your
Ii I infestation, so it is important to soil is
I very sandy and has a low

! Factors, Inc.ess festation.To locate and. treat the source of in organic this matter has content. A soil of Christmas and a Happy New Year
type little resistance
to a
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I Street At Ga. & Fla., R. R. control roaches, inspect all:I change in pH.
i I baskets, bags, or boxes of food, Dr Rothv/ell says another factorto SEE 'US FOR YOUR
! i Valdosta, Ga. firewood and CHRISTMAS NEEDS
laundry brought into consider is the method of ap
'"' Cypress St. At Ga. & Fla. R. R. the house and destroy any roachesor plication. The effectiveness of the
Apples Oranges
Kumquats, Candies, Nuts
egg capsules that found.
are the lime
( applied increases
! -ay _______ ___ ea. 15.95 if it is mixed
> county agent advises. Make it diffi TRY SOME OF
, with the soil. When it is disked OUR GOOD GA. RED SWEET POTATOESWE

'wood _____ ___ pc. 2.85 cult for, roaches to enter by filling i under, more of the particles of HAVE
all openings around ANOTHER LOAD AT
pipes passing lime will come in contact with the
'od ____-,_____ pc. 6.95 through floors or walls, as well as particles of soil. $2.00 PER BU, THIS WEEK
cracks leading to spaces behind I The size of the particles. lime
___________ ea. 10.50 baseboards and door frames. Keep i will also influence the amount applied WE BUY YOUR PECANS IN ANY QUANTITYSee

\\ ." ..- ____'____,, ea. 12.35 door and and window screens in good I. Hamrick points out. The finer us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES FRUIT
repair make -
sure that therea
',. the grind, the faster it will react.
2.3 1.35 no cracks between them and VEGETABLES AND
c\\ 0\\ '- ------- pc. : However you may have to relime OTHER NEEDS
\\ot\e 't &. 1" the frames. I a little more frequently if you use LARD CANS SEEDS I
tw thous. 57.00
'. Stan t-. --- Sanitation, or cleanup, will aid liner lime.Corn ,
eat'\\ .1, 5.60 considerably in roach control. Takeaway SPEIGHTS CERTIFIED TOBACCO SPED

\\sa 4 4 1. \\\\et. i\ '. .. .-- sq. their food supply. Store foodin $1.15 in Jasper DOWFUME MC-2 FOR BED TREATMENT
S \\\\e .. roll 2.00 and avoid spilling
s. \\a.oVl. r.'; sx. ..25"I For indoor roach control, Hamrick contains diazinon .
,13t f' tr il p', lu.b'tJll1 '!ta:;' .'- or malathion i ,
_... 1 suggests using sprays containing 2 combined with chlordane
". .. or die .
s '1r.\fta.Q ..... -j "
..G1 1 3.o _:..- to 3 percent chlordane or 0.5 per drin. Hamrick says- readypreparedsprays
s 8 s --- .......'. 3.00 cent dieldrin. But these may not containing diazinon or mala
.. .
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SbeefOV.O c \es ; .- : G roach or waterbug, because it I'chlordane or dieldrin may not be & SONS
t S h >. has shown resistance to these insec- I generally available in all areas. If
\1\\ !t \\ _...-- ;- __-- "" ticides. Include 3 percent malathionor such sprays obtained a PHONE: HU3-2395
1 5 L"i\\ ie\\ -- ----- tjw ," 05 percent diazinon in sprays combination spray can be made *by
2 : -
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tl G "O. An excellent spray for the controlall chlordane or dieldrin household
&Ot ot.t C\& &:,! L .: kinds of roaches is one that .spray..' van araao .a manoan

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< 4 H "Too Late To Classify"PUBLIC ABOUT. YOUR FREE GIFT ON Choicest of Steaks and Sea i .
Foods at WHITE TOP
Evelyn Cotttingham and Mrs PhS
OPINION INTER FURNITURE & APPLIANCE CO. DRIVE-IN on U S No. 53, Howard attended funeral services
VIEWERS wanted for part time south of Madison. 3-lt-ch Saturday in Coral Gables for Mrs
JF, at interviewing assignments in the Cottingham's niece. Mrs Ruby tDeVane
vicinities of Madison and Green- who died there Wednes
ville. Evening work is frequently SCHOOL BURGLARIZEDThe day. Burial was in Graceland ceme
necessary. Please write Box 183 tery. Mrs DeVane was a native cCPinetta
) f> > Princeton, New Jersey stating edu- Madison County Training but went to Coral Gables
cational background, experience and School was broken into Wednesday 47 years ago to reside. She wag
7 telephone number; 17-3t-ch T'mrI night of last week and the 61 years of age.
IA I r With all Vocational Agriculture department
Kt ieaJ FOR SALE: One John Deere B hearts robbed of $103.00. SHOP AND SAVE ON YOUR.
our \
: tractor, four disc tiller cultivator Officers are on the trail of the FURNITURE BUYING FOR XMAS.
harrow. EARL PETERS. R' 2, we wish Priest Warehouse burglars and arrests YES AT MAC'S FURNITURE
ft2 3x Box 34, Madison, Fla. 17-lt-pd nmt each of you are imminent. I APPLIANCE CO. MADISON

joy this e

THE WEATHER 4 Yule season I

Week ending December 22, 1959
Max. Min rtf.
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Wednesday 73 50 T ELI9B9 i
Thursday -71 59 .04
Friday 70 58 .13 ILA
Saturday 58 49 .00 i : :
t Sunday 60 37 .00
Monday 57 41 .01 -
Tuesday 59 33 .00 -

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Rainfall week ending Dec. 19th "
at Gibson Tower 0.20 in, Lovett "y94
j Tower 0.70 in Aucilla Tower 0.50
in, Sinclair Tower 0.65 in, Mill :
I Creek Tower 0.50 in, Madison for- t .i1ijiTIlIII1

KK'Z estry headquarters 0.10 in. Madison CleanersEMMA a IlIllIllIllI ill '
t Sun rises Dec 24th 7:28 am, sets
P 5:38 pm.Moon .
rises Dec 24th 1:38 am. AND LARRY PINSON
Moon in constellation of Virgo Ph. HU 3-6424, Madison
( ., Dec. 24th.
High tide Dec 24th at St. Marks
f5: light 8:59
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I YES AT MACS FURNITURE & Miss Jenobel Zipperer and Robert J
Andrews witha
... were complimented '
bridge party Tuesday night at
the home of Mr and Mrs T J From all of us to all of

Slight Charge eggs Jr. Hosts with Mr and Mrs .
Beggs were their sons, T J Beggs 1 Sk you our best wishes. j'1' i
HI, Ashley and William Beggs, all y59OurYrde A 1 !
wedding attendants, and Mrs Ash- ; 1l9 ,Thanks for your pa-
A slight charge is made for: ley Beggs. The bridge prizes were
$ ALL ENTERTAINMENT won by Thed Fraleigh Miss Barbara 1959 :tronage we look i
NOTICES Naughton and Miss Zipperer. Gifts
(regardless of sponsor) from the hosts were pieces of silver wish for you is The star of Bethlehem has forward to serving

0 ALL NOTICES OF MONEY- in their chosen pattern. Sand- joy and peace and that been the guiding light for I

' RAISING PRQJECTS wiches, cake and coffee were served. exciting hope He brought to man throughout the centuries. you in 1960.

, regardless of sponsor) the world many centuries the
We hope true I I i 1
ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE ..Illil iii iiliiiiiililillii 1
f ill the little town of will
ago the day
KIND 10 per cent Down Payment Bethlehem. shine upon you and yours. MADISON RESTAURANTIn
I (regardless of organization) HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.

Prices are reasonable. Rising pro- SCHWINN BICYCLES \Wilson Auto Parts, Inc Tillman & James appreciation of the loyalty of my employees I will be closed
duction costs force us to omit ALL from Thursday: December 24th at 2 pm until Sunday mornins
( FREE ADVERTISING. Franchisee Dealers & Service YOUR NAPA DEALER
December 27th, at 7 o'clock. Open again then.

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: 'people in the world do not have enough to eat. r_z.ko: .
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;We have such plenty to share ,T: __._._ i
:. From our farm abundance the U.S. Government Food Crusade J :x.j'i."N. _

1 gives CARE,milk powder, flour, corp meal. Then, packages go to = J

1 to help even more, CARE buys other foods to these countries
match the various needs of hungry people in Colombiaother
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.. lands. f Ecuador =
Woof Germany
;You can be their friend .' Croo Guatemala o

. Every $1 you give provides one food package Haiti Hong Kong

teased on country conditions. Your packages India .

reach needy families, schools, welfare institutions Iron

; i delivered with your name and address, Italy Korea

: :to bring a message of friendship from you*and Pakistan t2-----i

I' ; lour|._ _country. Join CARE's food_Crusadel "*" TurloyYugoslavia Poland :

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I S Here 1s: to send Food Crusade packages/, to whom we wish to say..have a very merry Christmas,

I r. filled with good cheer, good health, and good fellowship. i

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I courteous competitors do all
a candlelight setting Sunday COLUMBIA GLASS & PAINT CO.
I the advertising! Dial The E-R
afternoon at 5:30 at the Presby- ,
terian church the annual Joy Gift HU 3-6361, and say, "Gimme S. Marion St. Lake City, Florida

program and pageant was presented an ad, Mrs Wilson." A'VNINGVINDOVS: COMPLETE W/SCREENS
Saturday, December 26 under the direction of Mrs W F AND GLASS

OREGON PASSAGE, in cinema- Brown dra- CHRISTMAS PARTY 19 1/8'x 26 7/8 . . . . . . . $12.66

John Scope and Erickson.DeLuxe Lola color, Albright.starring matized.Why The Miss Chimes Toni Rang Jean was Wells Mr and Elmer Fisher and son 37 x 38 3/4 . . : . . . . . $17.45

Slaughter trail of the raw northwest read the story the characters were Butch entertained at a family party 37x505/8 . . . . . . . . $21.20 ,
A captive woman-bait for Linda Gail Harris, Nell Norfleet, Sunday afternoon at their Lakeside 18" x 68" PLATE GLASS DOOR MIRRORS $19.90

the cruelest trap of all. Could he Ray Norfleet Alan Beck, Jimmy home. Guests included Mr and Jalousie Windows & Doors Glass Sliding Doors
defeat both his jealous commanding Bunting, Ricky Dean, Beverly Gib- Mrs .D Y. Burnett, Mr and Mrs ,
officer and renegade Indians? James Burnett and family and Shower Doors
son and Jimmy Copeland
Mr and Mrs M C Burnett, all of

0 WAIKIKI, starring Marjorie Main, but the chimes rang only after the Greenville, Mr and Mrs Leon Bur- Outside White Mildew resistant $4.43 per Gal.
nett of Monticello, and Miss Nancy
Percy Kilbride. Ma and Pa eo little boy, Bill Brown Jr broughthis 4 Inside Latex, all colors $3.91 per Gal.
native-and Waikiki goes wacky. Hiers of Madison. Fruit cake with
all to the altar.
They whoop it up in Hawaii where Dr Oscar Beck presided and gave whipped cream, salted nuts and ALL PRICES CASH AND CARRY
. the grass skirts blow and the pineapple coffee were served.
I juice flows. Cartoon. the Scripture reading of the birthof CAMP LEJEUNE, N C (FHTNC)
Christ --Graduated December 4 from an CO.
Sun-Mon-Tuea, December 27, 28, 29 The choir was directed by Wal Guests of Mr and Mrs W E .1-week Basic Combat Engineer

The SHAGGY DOG, starring ler Whitlock in. the singing of: McCain for the holidays and fora Course at the Marine Corps Base, Lake City, Florida

Fred MacMurray, Jean Hagen. It's Christmas carols and Mrs J D family dinner Christmas day are Camp Lejeune, N C, was Marine
fantastically funny: Who says a
Acting Sgt Jimmie C Newman, son
/' dog's life can't be happy You'll be. Scruggs, pianist accompanied the Mr and Mrs John MtCain: and CHRISTMAS DANCE stage. An arrangement of greenery
Of W M Newman of Route 1, I
barking up the right tree when you angel and junior choirs in Christ- two children, of Tallahassee, Madison, Fla. and red lighted candles on the refreshment -
see "The Shaggy Dog." Real fun mas songs directed by Mrs James Mr and Mrs J J Tucker and son table and a trellis of
for all the family. Cartoon. Copeland.An of Panama City and 'Mr and Mrs The Woman's Club was the setting sprayed magnolia on the stage

Wednesday, December '30 offering was taken for retired John H Baker and two children of MISS WORLEY QUEEN I Friday night for the Junior completed the lovely decor. Punch
aged ministers and families. Savannah. Woman's Club annual Christmas
DOUBLE FEATURE and sandwich dip with wafers anda
Dance. Doc' Oakes Dance Band
THE SAD HORSE, in cinemascopeand Miss Jane Worley, of Homestead, tray of hors d'ouevres were ser-
DeLuxe color, starring David Fla a sophomore, was crowned furnished music for dancing until ved throughout the evening.Mrs .
Ladd, Chill Wills, Patrice Wymore. mid-night Bob Lay, Mrs Peter Shea
queen of the North Florida Junior ;
A lad grows up. His story is a Decorations were emblematic of Mrs I
and Margie Sapp were the
College Miss NFJC
warm and interesting one. A fcoy- or at the the Christmas season and featuredin
a dog-a horse and adults with Christmas dance ,last Thursday the arrangements at vantage committee on arrangements.
their problems. Action and plenty of night at the Woman's Club. with -- I -
points magnolia sprayed snow
Miss Ruth -of the
Mary Kramer
suspense makes this picture fine The dance and accompanying
colorful Christmas lighting effects
University of Georgia is spendingthe
entertainment for all ages.
were sponsored by the
and illuminated Yule trees on the I holidays at her home here.
THE LITTLE SAVAGE, starring Annual Staff, Sam McCall, of .

Christiane Martel, Robert Palmer.A Perry, editor. Sponsors representing .
drama of pirates and South Sea the student body were Dr :

island treasure. Listen to the call Marshall Hamilton and Dr. John ., '.
of high adventure and intrigue. An Sands.

island paradise where' a pirate Twenty sophomores and freshmen

learned repentance. Cartoon. were runners- p in the contest and SEO'5 .

Thur>-Fri December 31, January 1 ); : ;;\ /___\ attendants in the court were Misses

DOUBLE FEATURE \ Billie Joyce Bailey, Anita Carlton, GREETINGS

EDGE OF ETERNITY, in cinema. Emily Burnett Vannie Jean Hart
Scope and Eastman color, starring Gayle Hamilton, Velma Hendry, :

Cornell Wilde Victoria Shaw. Filmedat 1lL Jo Anne Jones, Phyllis Howard, i .L ,
one of the wonders of the world, Bunnye McLauchlin, Yvonne Man

The Grand Canyon. They fought in ning, Sandra McLeod, Deanna
mid air above "the devil's bucket. '
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.Mixon, Jo Ann Newsome, Betty -
Chills thrills adventure and ro-
mance at the edge of eternity. Pitts, Rachel Norfleet Vivian : .,. '.
Prine, Catherine Smith Nancy r
HAVE ROCKET, WILL TRAVEL, X959 Tibbals and Toni Jean Wells. .All t ; .'
starring The Three Stooges. Moe, Ill with their escorts
S were presented :s., .
Larry and Joe. A fun-packed story. '
Laughter in large doses for adults. Two hundred guests enjoyed dancing .... P .
fldi until late hour to music ,
See the ,
and youngsters alike! zany '
hilarious Three Stooges in. their furnished by a popular Perrj N
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first full-length movie. Guaranteed t tl dance orchestra. 5

right out of this world for fun and l The auditorium was gaily decorated ......
laughter. Cartoon. May the glory of the first Yule shine in the' Christmas motif. ;; !!_ v-_ ;;

like the star of Bethlehem in your Punch and light refreshments wer W
served the evening.
MACS FURNITURE & APPLIANCE hearts.BASSETTS Mrs W P Knight of Americus,
CO. DAIRY Ga, was a visitor here Monday'
enroute to New York, Baltimor
Hello folks! Here's will
and Martinsburg W. Va., on a hoping your Holiday season
holiday trip. be a wonderful one, without a care, and that Santa

f -x- brings you many packages of happiness and health.
Miss Barbara Naughton of Marquette

University and Ferd Naughton BILL HENDRY'S AUTO COMPANY .
of GMA are at home on a:
holiday visit. PHONE HU 3-<<:,67, MADISON, FLORIDA

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I if, Among the North Florida Junior to Atlanta to be with her parents.
'I College faculty members away dur- H A' Stallings Jr is visiting his .
| ing the holidays are: Mr and Sirs family in Sylvania Ga. and Mrs James Oscar McDonald H
,> R A Kennedy are visiting relatives celebrated their Goldenwedding 9Jv
' in Opp and Birmingham Ala, Mr Keith Legette accompanied his anniversary with a reception rAtA
i and Mrs A E Hofflander are with I grandparents, Mr and Mrs Harry at their Cherry Lake home
i i'," their parents in Tampa. Johnson, to Statesboro Ga, Saturday Sunday afternoon. Mrs McDonalds :
Mr and Mrs James Moncrief the former Miss Edna Mae
for a few days' visit. '
I are visiting Mr Moncrief's parents in Woodward pt Pinetta.
;, Talladega Ala, and Mrs Moncriefsf Mr and Mrs McDonald and their "
I f parents in Birmingham. Miss Mary Ellen and Wylie Sel- son and daughter-in-law Mr and
' Miss Kay Van Aist is the holiday i] man of U of F are at home for Mrs J D McDonald, received
I Ii guest of her parents in St. Peters- the holidays.CtJ8t4ffri. guests in the family room deco-
J rated in a gold motif. Mrs Jack
White, of Live Oak niece of Mr
McDonald designed the elaborate 4
plan with arrangements of hydrangea -
Queen Anne's lace sea oats
skeletonized magnolia, sweet breathof
y spring and crepe myrtle in
I massed golden rococo design. Sectional \ 9SCj
baroque brass candelabra holding -
golden candles made a beautiful As you observe Christmas with
: background for the punch table.
Lace over gold satin covered the those dear and near to you, We have many friends In this community and to all
and rejoice anew at the eternal
punch coffee tables and gold
satin the cake \able. The mantel glory and beauty of His birth of them we say Merry Christmas and thank you for

and motif piano and further two golden emphasized wedding the and all it Beans to men every. your loyal oatronaze. Have a wonderful Christmas.

rings held with a Christmas corsage where. IRENE'S DRESS SHOP
f near the door and arrange-
Greetings to an. ments of gold and white roses
We hope Santa fills your ; ; carnations and glads completed the <
charming decor. The handsome five
stocking with many ,
wedding cake the handiworkof
, lovely things. Mr McDonald's niece. Mrs MADISON FLORIDA

. Wayne Burnett was in white and
pink topped with a golden wedding
motif with the numerals $0 in goldin
a wreath of tiny pink and 199
white roses caught with a minia-
ture corsage. Mrs Wayne Burnettof
Madison and Mrs Robert Bass
of Ocala cut and served the cake.
Pouring coffee were Mrs J T
Woodward, Mrs Q H Warren Sr
i Mrs J Woodward, Mrs E S
Blair Sr and Mrs E S Blair Jr.
Serving punch were Mrs W C
Copeland Il j. Mrs Bill Selph, Mrs

Franklin Davis, of Jacksonville, L'r
Mrs Roger Wheeler of Miami Mrs .
CANTEY MOTOR COMPANY \ Johnnie Carter of Tallahassee and i ,., ,J < \ S :
Miss Judy Burnett Madison. Ser- "
MADISON, FLORIDA ving were Mrs Eddie Sapp, Mrs J ,'":' ; .
ljQf Mary Louise Farnell. Mrs W C /,.9
Copeland Sr, Miss Sara Jean Cope- :
land Mrs James Copeland, Miss 5- : '5
Abigail Woodward and Mrs Estelle .
Stuart of Jacksonville. !e.9
Mrs Jack Gale of Valdosta & Mrs ,.
Jack White Jr of Live Oak, greeted
guests at the door.I Miss Louise
riSlmas McDonald kept the guest book, May the holiday season
registering 250 guests during the
be filled to overfiqwing
receiving hours. sing the praise of Him bn this \
with hours and
The bride of 50 years wore on happy His birthday and wish
ii ,,% you greatest
1959 this charming occasion Navy silk joy and'good will fill
-n; rye.y crepe with lace studded yoke anda your days. joy with family and friends during

white orchid corsage. this wonderful holiday season.
V FOR oil our flood Mrs J D McDonald wore a dressof
>c .. wish champagne lace matching shoes Cities Service Bulk
Christmas friends we blessed a and white orchid corsage. Western Auto Associate Store
'\ by Receiving out-of-doors and directing STATION JACK WADEPh. '
b, ttr peace, hope and faith. cars were Henry Brown, flU 3-6505, Madison AND PERSONNEL
l Kirky Brown of Jacksonville and
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Donnie McDonald.
Among the guests were Mr Mc-
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Donald Stewart of Jacksonville;
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Madison and Mrs Roberta Mc- r +..
Donald Tompkins, Jacksonville.Mrs I 1
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wipes and her sisters attending .... I!II
were Mr and Mrs Bill Woodward
11 Tallahassee; Mr and Mrs J C t1ilwtJi1Tdq(11fIiyx'2I ,
Woodward Valdosta; Mr and MrsJ
T \ 'oodward and Mr and Mrs
Jack Woodward of Pinetta, Mrs ?
Belle Warren of Valdosta and MrsE x -RIt
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Guests from Quitman. Valdosta
I Madison, Tallahassee. Jacksonville,
Ocala and, Miami attended the
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high presented a concert -
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StUI1lP Bros.CASH torium to k large number of inter-
ested patrons and friends. variety
of selections mainly- Christmas ,
numbers, were played.

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I Full Thick Rock Wool . ... ., .. . . M 59.00 ]II -, -* We extend greetings of the Yule to : .

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Willie' Ambrose to Hercules t
: Powder Company dead pine stumps Glenn Waits, assistant director of
i on 160 acres in Sec 36, Tp 2 N, the Northwest Florida Regional o Ashley Hinson Fraleigh .. to brighten
II RioE. Housing Authority. spoke to the the home .
Eddie Moore and wife to T B members of the Lions' Club Tues- son of for graciousgifting.
:Moore and wife, quitclaim deed to day on the low rent housing pro- 1
120 acres in Sec 27 Tp 2 N, R 7 E. gram. Jasper, Bonifay, Cross City, Mr and Mrs. Theodore Livingston Fraleigh .
Cbrene Studstill vs C W Jarvis Sneads Graceville, Malone and .. '
and wife and United States of possibly other places have gone into onSeptember
America property Lots 2 and 3, the program. The federal govern- 14, 1959 V .
Ilk: 28, Town of Lovett, sold to I ment subsidizes the work and local
Claude' A King. financing is not required. Mr
John R Hale to Dorthy Albrit- Waits said the money had been ter and aunt, Miss Eunice Wil
-:,n, one acre in SEA of SWU, appropriated and he thought would liams.
See 15, Tp 1 S, R 10 E. be available to Madison if it was John McMullen of Jacksonville
-- desired to take part in the program. returned home with his brother-in-
I : and Mrs O L Holloway and
Max Walker of Rt 1, Madison, He was introduced by V M Folsom two daughters are spending the law and sister, Mr and Mrs Prentice
Underwent surgery in' Tallahassee who is a- member of the regional Christmas holidays with relatives in Cherry, for a few days' visit.
JItst week. authority.C Georgia and Alabama. Mr Bobby Whitty of Mariannacame
Watson told of Santa Claus'appearance
Saturday for an over night
The Rev W 0 McMullen of ,
on the streets last Sat- visit with his Mr and MrsJ
Mayo filled the pulpit at the. Metho- parents
urday afternoon, which was spon-
B Whitty.
dist church Sunday. His messagewas
Club. Wilbur
sored by the Lions'
the Christmas story, the first The C E Dickies returned home
Rutherford took the part of the
chapter of John, which was very Sunday morning for the holidays.Mr .
genial old gentleman.Mr
I good.Mrs and Mrs A E Ragans will POT PLANTS
A A McLeod of Perry was have for guests for Christmas, Mr s CUT FLOWERS
and Mrs Charles Groover among the out of town people attending -i and Mrs E E Bridges and childrenof
spent the week end at Toccoa Falls services here at the Baptist Miami. .1-l 03x/LI't S CHRISTMAS WREATHS.
Institute, where they were joinedby church Sunday. She was a Mr J F Knighten became very CHRISTMAS ARRANGEMENTS
;we will be closed :from 9 p. m. their daughter, Miss Gayle dinner guest of Mrs Pennie Pickels, ill Sunday and continues ill, to the AND SPRAYS
Groover, for a trip to visit Mr and daughter, Jean. Mr and Mrs regret of his friends.Mr .
Member 24 to 9 p. m. Decem- Groover's brother-in-law and sister, Edd Smith and children, and Miss and Mrs Dan Mauldin and Phone Hu 3-2525 e FRESH BALSAM

Mr and Mrs J W Still in Knoxville, Vdlne Colvin were also their dinner sons left Friday for Enterprise. MADISON, FLA. FRASER FIR, 15-30 in long
Bcr 25 so our help can have Tenn. They returned home Monday. guests. Ala. to spend the Christmas holi-
Mr and Moore and 3Q anoas Q 1lnOan an assoan an an an av 4
Mrs Tom days with relatives. They will be
Christmas off.ZDianks son will spend the Christmas met there by his mother of Ohio.
Give Something for the holidaY with his relatives in Ala- Merry Christmas, Happiness, and VOTERS "BE KIND TO Mrs Frank Green Sr, and grand- .
for Everything and Miss ,
bama. Peace to all for the Year of 1960. CANDIDATES SEASON" is daughter, Roberta Selman.
Mr G L Brown is spending a will join an FFWC touring partyin
here. Cheer
homeHOLTON'S nearly all the
Christmas up
Merry Jacksonville December
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few days with Mr and Mrs Dick goon
Williams of Capps. boys, they'll feel let down soon a sightseeing and theatre tour
T-V BUYING. YES, AT MAC'S of New York City.
Yellow Pine Cafe Wayne Slaughter of1 Palatka enough.
Saturday for few days'
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will of that firstChristmas
spirit of Christmas and each of you blessed by it be happiness.Vickers .

Best wishes to a'l' our friends in the Madison County area. yours forever.

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Bible JUterUl: Acts 12. ,

Devotional Beading: Joshua 1:6-9. .

God Our Help -'

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Lesson for December 27, 1959 "

AT SUNSET, not a ray of hope. 1 of the :

behind high walls, .
guarded by four squads of soldiers
under special orders, his friends
not knowing whether he was aliveor *

dead. But by midnight! the ... fl:: :. .; **
man was free talking with his
friends. (Naturally, hunted by the
police but
they never found
hint) What was f k Quest.
the explanation -
of It? Nobodyhas
ever quite i'
succeeded in explaining y.. ) I
It. The .
man himself,said 11- .
an angel did it; .... : '. .
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but an angel Is ,1 : .
hard to explain Dr. Foremantoo.
The real explanation, everyone *
felt, was in one single word: : .,
GOD. The nun's friends had been v t;
praying to God and God sent the i
angel. God had much more for
Simon Peter to do. i M .(. ..

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Did God help people in "Bible
times" only and not since then? By
no means. God himself cannot be
seen, remember; so it is always
possible for some one to doubt-
to say "Well, I didn't see God
there." Nevertheless all through
pstory there have been special occasions LyAv Av P
crises as they may be called II
when believers have been quite
sure that God must have been specially I w v?
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For Instance, in World War.n,
on D-Day, innumerable slips occurred -
during that great invasionof M a.c7"w.
the Normandy coast. One writer

who was there said that every- THE CHURCH FOR ALL .
thing that could go wrong went
and that
wrong some things
couldn't. But in spite of it all, the Church is the greatest factor on earth for
Allies got their foothold in the the building of character and good citizenship.
land. What accounts for
that? Or take the German.guidedmissiles. It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a'

If they had been just a Wise Men travelled a desert to lay their gifts before a King. strong Church neither democracy nor civilization
few weeks farther ahead with production can survive. There are four sound reasons why

completely, England smashed might and have the been war But the King was a mere babe. His court was a cattle shed; I every person should attend services regularly and

would have had a different ending. His princely garb swaddling bands. support the Church. They are: (1)I For his

What held the Germans up?Hitler, I I own sake. (2) For his children's sake. (3) For

of course; but what made Hitler Could they be certain when they knelt by the manger that this the sake of his community and nation. (4) For
(ordinarily a shrewd manso, I I sake of the Church itself which needs his
stupid? I II was the end of the quest?
moral and material support. Plan to go to
"Oat of Wukntu" I Their certainty came not of proof but of, faith. They had marveled church_regularly and read your Bible daily.
For some people it may be easierto
believe that God takes care ofnations at the heavens followed a gleaming star listened to Day Book Chapter Verses f

that God and takes of great care of events me. Let, than us prophecy. For Wise Men this was enough! Sunday Matthew 2 7-10

not deny his presence in the great Monday Matthew 2 11
crises. Last June a streamliner And through the, centuries others have sought the King. Eagerly. Tuesday John 1 15-17,
180 board ran John 1 27-28
with passengers on Wednesday
earnestly they have into the reverent of the Church.
over a suitcase filled with enough come beauty: Thursday I Peter i 1 2-25

dynamite to blow the train in two :And there, as ageless Words cast their light in man's darkness, they Friday Psalms 106 4-5
-and the fuse was lighted! But Saturday Isaiah .32 1-4 ,
the fuse went out and the train .have known the end of their quest .
was not hurt. When the passengers I, 1 -
learned about it, isn't it likely that r,..:...... ,,? y
most of they said,' "Thank God!" I --4."J!!'.Xanhr--'Serrict ScruBur .Y., ,,
Some of them said it (perhaps) .S
who hadn't thanked God for any- ,
thing in years. Yet God can ,
simple ordinary lives, giving helpto
the weak and the unimportant
just as truly as he helps a Saint
Peter the British Empire. An
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her GI husband, with three hungry
her hands, said once:
children"Sometimes on I go to bed and I don't These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week Sponsored by the Following Individuals and

think I can get up again. But God Establishments:
he wakes me up with a song in my-
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Simon Peter to do. This midnight .- : ,I Phone HU 3-2340 .
miracle was the last of its kind in -
Peter's life so far as we know. He _'., 'f ,
lived fdr years after this, a hard -
working missionary,no doubt oftenIn .
danger, but kept and strengthened M E SSE R J. B. DAVIS, Inc .. 4 .
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God knows what he Is doing. We
may see no angels,but with the eye : fL .o-.GlE I
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of God guiding us, protecting us, i
giving us the help we need, when 1
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I Smith- Davis Engagement Your Christmas Gifts I YOUNG PEOPLE SING CAROLS I homes Sunday evening. \
The young people of the Baptist
m .. Presb"terianjuniors directed by I II church also went to the hospitaland
: Wrapped Free at I Mrs James Copeland and Mrs i,iI
;; \ = Charles Knox sang Christmas various homes Sunday e\en- i

i .. .. -. .... ti'! a Mt EAGLE'SMETHODIST !I carols at the hospital and several: Ing to sing Christmas carols. "
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! j; ing of the Methodist Men's Club
Tuesday evening' in FellowshipHalL ,
! :J Gratitude, based upon the We buy; Yellow Ear Corn the
; 15be Biblical story of the ten lepers, year around
was the topic of the address which
was made adaptable to the Christ-
mas theme. Price Now Is ,

s :! Yule season would the Eighteen supper guests of baked were ham seated, veg-for $1.15 per bushel .

: not be complete etables, salad, apple pie and coffee .
% expression of sincere served by the Nencie Bevan Circle. picker picked
Table decorations of red berries

! A .....,... thanks to our many good and trailing ivy centered. the lengthof ,
, A ::-'{. ::;}::::: friends for their loyal the table. J. A. MITCHELL

I : support. ,
Cadet Pvt Allen M>ers, who is a
member of the junior class at Carlisle Milling Company ,:
Gene _
I Ketring Military School, Bamberg, S C,
is spending the Christmas holidaysin FLA.
Ben Pfeil Greenville.
I l Miss Joyce Littleton of FSU is I
spending the holidays at home
Methodist Circles -- -

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Helen Parramore Circle Monday 0 0 a 0 / -
afternoon with a Christmas party.
Rooms where 12 members were
., entertained were decorated in the
Christmas motif.
Mrs L C Glass gave a spirituallife D
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Mr and Mrs Austin C Smith of Zephyrhills have announced Christmas. The regular mission
the engagement of their daughter, Peggy Lou, to study was presented by Mrs J B I
Earl C. Davis, son of Mr and Mrs Edward C Davis of Davis.
Guests were invited into the din-
ing room for tea. Mrs Burnette
The bride-elect, a native of Zephyrhills, attended poured, and the hostess was as- I
Zophyrhills High School and was graduated from Stetson sisted by Mrs Carroll Blalock in .
University with the Bachelor of Arts degree in May, 1959. UtI serving cake, cookies, sandwiches, r

Mr Davis was born in Madison, was graduated from nuts and mints. i -3e
+ Mrs C C
:Madison School and is senior Stetson University Matheny entertainedthe
High a at -ii' Hadden-Morrow 's 1 1w
Circle Monday
where he is studying for the ministry. l'\! with 12 members. Mrs S H Moore

Plans for a June wedding will be announced later. read the Upper Room devotional,
and Mrs W Williamson gave a
ENTERTAINS COLLEGE spiritual life thought on Keeping : 3
PERSONNEL Christmas. The lesson from the 0.
w current study was given by Mrs h !
The Country Club was the setting Pat Millinor. Plans were made for T
Tuesday evening for a lovely buffet church activities for January and ,
supper given by Mrs R S WilliamsJr for Christmas cheer to the shut-ins.
n complimenting the North Flori- Delicious refreshments of home
da Junior College faculty and administrative made cake with whipped cream, nuts w
personnel and their and coffee were served. The hos-
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husbands and wives. tess was assisted by her daughters (
I The Club house was decorated Misses Janet and Nancy Matheny,
l beautifully in the seasonal decor. in serving. "1k 1.
The buffet table was centered witha ---
kL J I 1 white Christmas tree arrangedwith GREAT LAKES, ILL (FHTNC) S z.A
I Christmas balls and red and Franklin A Davis, son of Mr and $ aQi n'Mv
white reindeer. Red and white Mrs Lonnie T Davis of Route 1, k.
camellias combined With ivy and j Lee, Fla., graduated from recruit
j I959i Christmas arrangements were placed training Dec. 11 at the Naval Training i
on tables where guests were seated, Center Great Lakes, 111.
and at other vantage points.
A delicious menu of chicken I
curry and rice with accompanying
condiments, vegetables, fruit salad rrv
With Santa we send to hot rolls individual cherry pies and
ccffee and tea was served.
all our friendsin
many Among the sixty guests were Supt
this community our and Mrs Griffin Bishop and Mr 1 .
greetings and wishes I and Mrs Bob Lay \
Assisting Mrs Williams were Mr J
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a merry
and Mrs B M Bryan, Mr and Mrs /
C \V Cantey, Mr and- Mrs P S May yourChristmas
Parker Texaco ServiceMADISON : Cantey, Mrs J G Ashley, Mrs B N I be J
Gross, Mrs Gordon Ashley end Mr
FLORIDAMr I and Mrs T C Gibson. rich spiritualJo5 in the/

and Mrs Carl Karstedt and: Gifts of fheseason. I'ii
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1959r C Home Madison Attorney and
President of Madison Finance Co.
Home Town Gazette
your sent his telephone refund checks Ct666
totaling $11138 to the Tallahassee -
-The E-R. Community Coliseum Inc. This
was one of the largest individual
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: BRIDAL COUPLE ENTERTAINEDMrs Madison patrons of the South- Jimmy Bevan is at home front
q4r4t : eastern Telephone Co., received I Georgia Tech to spend the holidays
; B N Gross entertained witha rate refunds this month inclosed I with his. parents, Mr and Mrs J04tBe'an. !
tIt buffet turkey dinner Thursday I with-the current bills.
evening at her home complimentingRobert
,, Andrews and his bride-elect Now you can say

..;.V-" Miss Jenobel Zipperer. The rooms
were beautifully decorated in the .
Here's to Christmas motif. After dinner

1960! guests played bridge. Miss Zippererand CHARGE-IT ATTHE
y Mr Andrews won the high
Best or1uek fid
score prizes. Their gift from the
hostess was a pair of Early American -

has made us proudto fruit SUPPER prints. PARTY ,

be your friend and Mr and Mrs W C Sullivan and
f we take this means of Mrs Leila Gibson were hosts Fri-

1 wishing you and your day night at Mrs Gibson's ,home
Christmas. complimenting Miss Zipperer and -
a merry
r Mr' Andrews. Eighteen guests were FAMOUSSTORE
/ entertained Et a barbecue chicken
BroadusVilloughby\ and spareribs supper in the Flori .
da room. The evening was spent in-
formally. The honorees received
i gifts of crystal in their .pattern
Miss Karen Peers of LaBelle was from the hosts.:
x the guest of her aunt Mrs Wm
Wanberly several days this week. with
R Mr and !\Wimberly accompaniedMiss Rev and Mrs Paul Touchton your
Peers home Thursday to have as guests for 'the holidays
I' 1 spend Christmas in LaBelle with their daughter Miss Mary Jewel] tSC&SCHARGE .
,. relatives. Touchton of High Point College
.eo -y- their son-in-law and daughter, Mi
Mr and Mrs S L Brothers and and Mrs Sam D Halberson oi
Miss Linda Brothers of Gainesvilleare I Minneapolis and Mrs Lura Halber
spending the holidays at their t son of Barron, Wis., and Mis!
home here. 'Marian Acosta, of Andrew College VALDOSTA, GA. .


your soil so that "Men to come might live."

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TECHNICIANS: L. C. Bruner and W. L. West CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE 1 Ib. CAN 69c i Armour'sUBBY'S

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Members of the Madison Mer- PJG FEET 9 OZ. 29cCLOVERBLOOM
chants Association agreed at their :" Peaches :
annual meeting, November 24th that .
stores would open for business on 2/2 Can 33c WITHDelicious CHEESE, POUND 53c
Saturday, December 26th, following Do you yet have one or more DASH DOG FOOD, 2 for 33c
spots on your Christmas Gift list
the Christmas holiday. 17-lt-ch
unfilled? Many people do, and 303 Can 23c. Ovenware DIAL SOAP, Reg 2 for 31c
just do not know how to fill it. / ,
DIAL SOAP Bath 2 for 41
Let us help if we can r tiL.r:-- I
I 1 If Ift How about one of those lovefy a. CATSUP 25 LB. BAG

Smith-Corona PortableTypewriters Gerber's

I ? They are a dream.So 14 oz. Bottle 2 for 39c STRAINED FOODS 6 for G3c: I
!1 adorable so appropriate for I

May the peace C' too.the college Or student a lovely, and for others TOMATO JUICE Only I $ 2.3 9 JUNIOR CEREAL FOOD FOOD 3 for 48c 19c !

.... of Christmas be 46 Can 29c --
yours now and I Zipper Note BookPrized Tuna Fish

evermore. by high school and college See Our
Display ;
students alike. GOLDEN CORN STAR KIST, CanTetley 35e ,

> I Or a Scotch Tape !

Dispenser and TapeA 303 Can 19c Candies Apples Tea

"must" for the office, and handy ASPARAGUS SPEARS .j8 COUNT BAG 69c I
c in so many ways for the home too. Nuts Oranges LB PACKAGE 45c
s Or a year's subscription to
All Green 300 Can 41c Other' -

I TheEnterpriseRecorder Flaga
s Holiday Items BLACK EYE PEAS, ,

303 Can 19c Lg Cello 25c :
The gift that lasts from one Christmas : :
to the next. 52 welcome visits;
one visitor no one wishes to run
71'N' out on. $3.75 for the whole year, or : PALMOLIVE SOAP, Bath Bar .15 i
$2.00 to end of school. SUPER SUDS Lg 7c Off Pkg. .25
Many other pretty things at VEL POWDER Lg. .34 :,
111 S. E. Shelby St., pencils, pens, i
paper, ink, erasers compasses' FAB, Large .34 VEL LIQUID, Reg. .41. I i iI
scissors, construction paper, card
board, etc., etc., etc. I OCTAGON Ldy Soap, Bar .11 i i

/ BeEnterpriseRecorder FAB, Giant ,. .:.83 OCTAGON LAUNDRY SOAP Bar ,.11 i

I AD, Large With China .37 FLORIENT DEODORANT .79 I
o Just east of .court House. I Ic sale 4 Bars Banded. !
MADISON, FLORIDA AD, Large No China S peel..29 "

Mrs Frank Davis returned Mon-
Hair Brush Deal Bath Size. ;
I day from Dothan, Ala, where she
I Ii I
spent last week visiting her son- AD, Jumbo With China 2.55 3 Bars Banded .45.
I L' i in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs
Paul W Caro. She went to attenda
I '
Christmas musical program givenat
I =, "4'" the First Baptist church there by
i ) the Harmony Club of which Mrs
Caro was contralto soloist.x Food Stores
!1' FISHER I Suwannee
: Tommy Howerton of the Univer-
sity of North Carolina is at home to
; L. AND ELECTRIC SERVICE spend the holidays with his father
Ph. HU 3-6405, Madison T M Howerton and family. .

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South Duval St. $ Phone HU 3-6681 Q Convenient Location, Courteous Service $ Madison, Fla.

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GINGER REVELLE .. who passed a national special intelligence Ginger made her home with Mr 1 Mr and Mrs Richard Cunningham -- I
PASSES TEST test recently. The fact and :Mrs Petree until she was ten and daughter Cindy of Gainesville -I
that 3600 students in :Miami took years old and attended Cherry Lake are holiday guests of Mr and

Friends of Mr and Mrs C E the test makes her accomplishment school and was a student of La-) Mrs A H Armstmng.lCnL1nJasper.
Lake will benterested more outstanding. 550,000 Moyne's dancing class. .
of Cherry --
Petree their granddaughter students over the country took part Her paternal grandfather is Mr
to John S Revelle of Jacksonville.
in the test.
Miss Ginger Revelle, a
service that
high school Senior in Miami was She is very talented in art and NAVACO AWNINGS

one of the fifteen Miami students-.dancing as well "as academic work. HOWERTON SUPPLY COMPANY,j, j insures the

best reception

Prompt T-V Repair Service

OA New & Used T-V SetsLOW



Phone: 6601 Quitman, Ga.



CH 2-1515 128 N. Patterson Valdosta, Ga CN ARGIL When buying your

Free Delivery You can get it with credit at Dowlings E-R from Newsboys .

.., Please DO NOT park In the
\ r
... street and make
+... your newsboy run
,-. .. 33w g w x 1 out into the street to make
Kindly pull over to the: curb.
1 Our newsboys have instructions
to STAY OUT of the streets, and
we will
your co-operat
ing with us AND THEM for
Thank you very
"C one to get a
.f', .
'. '. J SELL your cattle and hogs in
1 Coffee at Towne Square auction each Monday. Sales start at .
dm all l YARDS, Monticello, Fla.
; now open night! Registered Angus bulls for sale
at all times.

Mrs Hugh Gibson of South Horry Florida Statutes
4 1' Street, Madison, was hostess to the IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY

annual Hopewell WMU!! Christmas JUDGE, :MADISON COUNTY ,
t F Party Tuesday night December 15. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.
.. A program presented by. Mrs In re: Estate of John Milton Blount.
Marie Hughen
qc4: joyed by all members was thoroughly present. en TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS

tie I Mrs Hughen opened the program HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -
; with, a scriptural reading from Luke AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
1-17 after You and each of
which the group sang you are hereby
w.C 'Silent Night. "Let's Keep Christ notified and required to present
mas" was the title any claims and demands which ,
of a talk given you
by Mrs Gladys Herndon followed or either of you, may have against
: : N by the carol "Oh, Little Town of I the estate of John Milton Blount

; Bethlehem" by the group. Mrs deceased, late of said County, to
f .. .... Louella: Lamb read a poem "How the County Judge of Madison County \
Far Florida, at his office
", +. to Bethlehem Town. A \variety I court house in the ,
?' of of said
games was County at
.. presented by Mrs
[ .... .<-. .'.. w mId red Tibtals with Mrs Louella Madison; Florida, within eight calendar
; a F Limb and Mrs Hugh Gibson the months from the time of the
w nners first publication of this: notice.

,'. : .' Gifts were distributed to each Each claim or demand shall be in I
member, after which writing, and shall state the place I
everyone en- '
oyed of residence and office address
tasteful fruit cake topped post
09c vith whipped cream and cherries, of the claimant, and shall be
k coffee and cold drinks. sworn to by the claimant, his' agent
Bowling's has a good selectionof I or attorney, and any such claim or
Miss Ethel Moore, demand not so filed shall be void.
Charming Early American. Jessie Tift College, is student at.I. sRALPH N BLOUNT, As ad
spending the
rq holidays with her .i' ministrator of the Estate of John
n \Y c invite home makers to Irs J C Moore. parents, Mr and, Milton Blount, deceased.
First publication December 4, 1959.
come in and let us show you -- -
this quality furniture. You'll

I be pleased with the modest .

I x : *. prices and convenient terms. TIMBER WANTED! I

\' Visit our store, 128 North .
! Any pine timber !
for sale
regard. ,
' 4
\ less
rI r : Patterson, Valdosta, Ga. and whole of quantity; selective cutting or \
'' tracts. Please call ADEL
1 3 K-OL1 ; see: these lovely groupings as GEORGIA, 7161 or 7501, COLLECT
or write
: sells browse through and

J. sea the many other items of

P. 0 Box 499
: andHome .FurnishFvnuture ADEL .
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Florida Power Corporat on.s.
i SpecialsAT
local district manager, C Watson,
and home service adviser. Mrs ABOUT MOREINSURANCE

Emaline Carpenter recently returned -
: < I from a two-day management -
___ Thigpen's I and sales conference in ?

t Clearwater.The .
i'i r Gulf f ServiceOn meeting was attended by div'sionr -
e I and district managers, and by ,.vM Y ,
sales people from all over the utili- a
T U S 90 Madison, Florida
ty's service area. -
HU 3-9942 The'sessions were made' up of
discussions of operations problems,

Free Pickup and Delivery Service "policies and procedures, and sales
ItP plans for 1960. President J Clapp
y CAR LUBRICATION $1.00 delivered the keynote address and

Dr Frank Goodwin, professor of
4 BATTERY CHARGE . 75c marketing at the University of i

Florida, was guest speaker.

ANTIFREEZE installed $2.75 Miss Jane Worley of Perry was
crowned Miss NFJC at the Corona-
Let us service your car or truck tion Ball at the Madison Woman's .'"1
during the holidaysIHHIIHUMUI Club last Thursday night. There :" ", :..
t were twenty contestants for the ,
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:: \
1959 honor of Queen and this list was Fd. ...

E narrowed to seven, and then to ji
the one.
Earl Davis of Stetson is at home '
rud:; :
: t.
with his Mr and
parents, Mrs E C
Davis. G B Tindall of Columbus, Ga, in
F } -x- renewing for the home paper, writes, C. E. QUICK

Mr and Mrs D M Loftis are visiting We enjoy it very much, Mr Tindallis
relatives in Dublin, Ga, during recovering slowly from an opera- HU 3-6168 BOX 292
the holidays. tion, which friends here will i>e MADISON. FLORIDA
interested to know. He wishes alla

1w rr. CONSTRUCTIONNew Merry Christmas and a Happy ADAPT.A-PLAN.
New Year.

.} and Remodeling -x- !ts: Gulf Uf. ograt con tail tot.
: I I how with AdaptA Plaa. rout turonc +
John Ed and Ashley Fraleigh of
to adaptable. For ss
Howerton Supply Co. FSU are at home for the Christmas
amp!*, a family inrca plan COB
Peace holidays. also world* substantial rttnment -
Christma acorn*. Or hhD a cat
I today

MAY the happiness of Mary and Joseph on Miss Connie Pepera of FSU is
BURKE EXTERMINATING CO. here with her parents, Mr and MrsC
find its into
the first Christmas way S Pepera, for the holidays.

your hearts this Christmas season. To this -x-

happiness we would add our best wishes.FARMERS'MUTUAL JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist Clay and Miss Hart Tomlinson
students at Peabody College ar
111 East Green St.
0 rived Sunday to spend the holidays

EXCHANGE, INC. 9 Phone 293JPERRY. with their parents, Mr and Mrs J P

Dr N Jordan Akridge and three Friends of A 2/c Fred J McLeodj I exterminate: Roaches Ants Termites Fleas and Ken Johnson of Marion Institute,
Ala., is at home to spend the Christmas -,
sons, Chip, Mike and arrived I
Philip will be interested to know he has I
Ticks, Mice and Rats Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc. holidays with his parents, Mr/
Sunday joining Mrs Akridge and finished his school in Illinois and

baby daughter here to spend Christ- \ has his diploma. He is home on I cannot begin to expressour and Mrs J P Johnson.

mas with Mrs Akridge's parents an 18-day leave, and will be stationed appreciation for the kindness and
Dr and Mrs J J Conway.SPORTING 1 at Eglin Air Base near Pen-, expression of sympathy shown to Expense-paia trip: for 2O farm !
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1 sacola when he returns to duty. us during the recent illness and
I death of our beloved mother and coups
for the beautiful floral offerings. :
Misses Judy and Florida Davisof I
NEEDS May God bless each of you is our
:Mercer University are guestsof i

their parents, Mr and Mrs W B prayer.THE FAMILY OF MRS BELLE BIG ,.ae
Davis Jr during the holidays. ( t-{





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Rental Sewing Course
Machine Repair '

THE SPORT CENTERCastle New Machines $59.50 and up In February 1960, 20 winning P .

couples in the Allis-Chalmers ;' 1
Park Shopping Center CALL VALDOSTA CII 4-2304 COLLECT
Fall Purchase Contest will va 3 '
VALDOSTA, GA. Service in 24 Hours "
cation in balmy Bermuda and p .

visit fabulous New York
-' .... Miss Cathy i LP t .

College is spending the holidays Confes?. is easy to e.:,r- 4 j
with her parents, Mr and Mrs Burch
: Jfr/ j1 '
THE YIELD IS IIP, ON. SAVING AT Cornelius. by doing part of your spring :

equipment buying now' '

VALDOSTA FEDERAL LISTEN! for those red- Real opportunity win-* 4to

ANNOUNCING entries limited to Allis- '
are -
hot EAGLE r4 :
Dep't. Store Chalmers customers whose .,----r

.llff' buying qualifies them between
specials on WMAF !
September 25 and the end ofthe. -

Presbyterian church choir BE A WINNER! Plan to I

was honored with a party Wednes- join the other winnifig couples '
day evening in the educational
building given by Miss Ella Armstrong for a week of fun and sun.

Mrs A H Armstrong and SEE US FOR THE DETAILS .
Mrs A E Fraleigh. t-
Anticipates dividend rate on insured The table was covered with a RIGHT AWAY! '

savings payable December 31> 1959 cut work linen cloth over green and .

BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST centered with a large red, lighted Cental wld| tOfederal. Jct. end local lows. .
FUNDS RECEIVED candle, with bows of red ribbon at ", ,
OFFICE HOURS the base of each end. A lighted ,
Christmas tree completed the deco- :
MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 PM rations. Ask viCe&ovf lie .f s-Cltolmers plan to
,." I ; Mann jpwir lira pvrcAat.of Iota .quigmtnf,
THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS 9 AM TO 12 NOON The evening was spent informallywith
group singing and solos.
Charlotte russe and cake with
The New salted ruts and coffee were served. ; .

Twenty guests, included choir ) : .ALUCHALME _
members and their husbands and
wives. ; ALES AND S.lay'C

Mrs J J Newman entertainedthe t
Nencie Bevan Circle Monday

Saving & Loan Association with 12 members. Mrs C L Geiger ALUS-CHALMERS TRACTORS
read the Upper Room devotional '
115 N. TOO IBS VALDOSTA, GA. and the mission study was presentedby INC.

The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You, Small Miss Beatrice Griffin. The hostess .. .
1 served angel cake with choco- .. SHELL PETROLEUM PRODUCTS1'
Enough To Know You late sauce 'and ice cream, mints. ,, ---. .t 'fV"U r .
.. I nuts and coffee.

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9u4L1L I It Notice Is hereby given that NOT:the ICE following described lands in the-

City of Madison, Florida or so much thereof as will be necessary to-
pay the amount due for taxes of 1958 herein set.opposite to the
Ir'mT1 same, together with cost of such sale and advertising, will be sold
7 at Public auction on Monday, the 4th day of January, A. D. 1960, at
i L ; the Hour of 12 o'clock noon, at the City Hall door City of Madison i i
: CHRISTMAS SEALS .. 2 ; County of Madison, State "Florida. I!
1959' SIBS (iREEnNGS'1959I Description Name Amount ,
t FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS Blk 28 Town of Madison, Lot '

I i No 180 cAice and Iacone $221.00( I
fOR SEALS SENT IN NOVEM1EI Blk 8, Fraleigh Smith S/D North I
I. ". Buy and Use Those Sent You .. WAN* TOt VOT MUCH 50 ft of Lot No. 8 -- Joe & Gussie Williams 5.00 '
i ifl$ Blk 13 Fraleigh Smith SID SU I

! Please mail your contribution lot of Lots 1 & 2 -.......-_.-_ Theodore Warren 21.00 I
; Blk 18 Fraleigh Smith S/D Lot

I Ii I ; 1I kh is dslh No. 8 .".._........._..._. ... _'_ Est. Anna Latimore 15.00- I
i II I I -K $lm Scilptm$25.0T& Bryant Field S/D Lot 21 .___ Annie Frederick 8.50
i t .$253o 22 In 9e, Part of NEU of SEtt
I I WE WISH'OUR CUSTOMERSAND >os uLOo Reed' DB 87 PG 180 __.__. Leatha Cook 3.00 II
L I Pope S/D Lots 129 & 130 0 L & Dorthy Jackson 32.50

I FRIENDS 8aJewtrI Moseley Addition, Part of Lot No.

fll4luJ 5 Recd DB 33 PG 221 .._u_.___.____ Willie Williams 8.00
I A MERRY CHRISTMAS 27 In 9e Part of NWU of NW&
REED & BARTONSTERLING conv. by Sallie Bevil ...........__m Mary Elizabeth Moore 3.00
1 Blk A Plant Addition Lot 12 _'..... Lillie :Mae Davis 2.50
& HAPPY NEW YEARMFRANK'S Blk C Plant Addition Lots 8, 9, 10 Joe and Mary Graham 3.50
Blk D, Plant Addition Lot 21 Gertrude Joseph et al 2.50
$84-GO up Blk F, Plant Addition Lot 9 Donnie DeLaughter 2.50
CAFE Blk H, Plant Addition Lot 10 :MamieVilJiams 250
Prices are for 4.pc.settings 27 1 n 9 e Part of NW%. of
f : knife, fork, tea NWU bounded of North by
spoon and salad fork. Bunker Sf, on East by lot No.
1 Fed. tax indo Easy terms. 11 Moseley Addition, on West
by old colored lot, & on South
7 9k : by lot 16 Moseley Addition. Est of Peter McKInney 23.00Bik
., STERLING SILVER LINESGIRARDIN A Vickers S/D Lot No. 13 Clemia Bradley 2.50 I
. .. / Elk A Vickers S/D Lot No. 20 James Barfield 2.50
< @ 27 In 9e Part of S% of NWU
.c l." "\.'. C siclot $2S.OOloMlouodiJWJa Reed Pg 331 ..........._.__...........-.- Willie McCray & Perry Oliver 3.00
PASSESMrs 28 In 9e Part of NEtt reed DB
S Tbt Diamond rating JHJO ; 81 PG 40 m..m" ___"___.'" J B DeLaughter 3.00
@ i iJ il ir Blk B Hal Stoy S/D Lot No. S -

.t.1 S B Algeo, of Greenville, & 10 ..........._.m..m.....-._........... Letha M Brown 3.00
rfe'1' died Friday in Archbold Memorial Blk F Hal Stoy S/D Lot 4 _-- John Miller 2.50

f hospital, Thomasville, after an extended \ Blk G Hal Stoy S/D 50 x 100 .
illness. :Mrs Algeo was the ft in NE Cor of Newt, Demps 3.00
former :Miss Virginia Andrews, i Blk H Hal Stoy S/D Lots 27 & 28 Willie & Emma' Lee Mitchell 35O

daughter of former Senator G H'i l I I Elk H Hal Stoy S/D Lot 12 ?_ Gussie Mae Johnson 2.50
{ triiq (J Frank Andrews, and the late Mrs I i Blk H Hal Stoy SID Lot 6 ..._m. Sam H Mitchell 2.50
) We wish each Andrews, and the widow of the lateS i Blk H Hal Stoy S/D Lot No. 9 Nellie Mae 'Buggs 2.50
r B Algeo. She was born in Jeffer- ? Blk 1 J L& W L Tooke SID .

of you a son County, but had lived in Green- I Lots No. 3, 4.5 ..........-...--..-. Est Annie Whittle 11.00
lovely yule. ville 40 years. She was educated at Bik 2 J LV L Tooke SIb
Brenau College, Gainesville, Ga., I t I Lots Xo. 5 & 6 .m....'-..............m.- Billy & Rachel Benjamin 4.00
and Fla. State College for Women Blk 2 J L& W L Tooke S/D

ROBERTS DRUG STORE where she was a member of AlphaXi Lot No. 7 ....n...._............................. Milton Dell" 3.00
Delta Sorority and was an accomplished Blk 6 Tooke S/D Lot No. 10 Bolden Gallon 2.50
BOX 509. MADISON, FLA. : musician. Blk 6 Tooke sid Lot No. 9 Peter Buggs 2.50

She was active in the Greenville ALEX H. SMITH, Tax Collector, City of Madison.

v NHA NEWS Woman's Club and OES, and Bap- JEWELERSFor .-

tist church. She was part owner I ELEMENTARY T .CHERS
Sixteen girls and our advisor and manager of Andrews Depart- CHRISTMAS PARTY

journeyed to Blountstown, Fla. to ment Store at Greenville. SILVER, CHINA, CRYSTAL STOP BY KELLY'S
attend District Ill's annual meeting. Survivors. besides her father, Sen. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY The Third Grade teachers of the
The meeting was held at Mayhawk Andrews are two sisters, :Mrs William Elementary School faculty were
High School. Strupp, of Greenville, and Mrs EXPERT REPAIRING Christmas SpecialsON hosts to the annual Christmas party

The theme was "Blue :Print for Andrews Sterchi of St. Augustine; Tuesday evening at the Cafetorium.
Action" which was carried out four nieces, Martha and Virginia c MENS & LADIES Acting hostesses were Mrs James

splendidly.Our Sterchi, St. Augustine, and Suzanne s NATIONAL Copeland, Mrs Harvey Paulk and
I chapter was represented on and Caroline Strupp of Greenville. S BRIDAL \Watches $19.95$26.95KELYWATCHREPAIR Mrs Frances Mercer. Special guests
the talent hour by the "Teen Tones." Services were held at 4 p. m. I c SERVICE were Elementary Principal Simon
The district officers from our Sunday in the Greenville Baptist I I Kinsey, Mrs Kinsey and Mrs .W C
chapter are Reporter Elveta Miller, church. The Rev Julian Maddox and Smith. The game of "musicalchairs"
the Rev W D Keis officiated. VALDOSTA GA. ,
Historian Gladys Davis. was played with Mr Kinsey
Juanita Bennett is District Ill's :Music was offered by the church winner of the prizes. He was also
candidate for state reporter.We choir. Interment in Evergreen 303 No. Patterson presented with a handsome gift
the Madison NHA Chapter cemetery was in charge of the T J by the hosts. Refreshments of fruit

wish each of you a Merry Christ- Bcggs-Jr Funeral Home. cake, coffee and nuts were served.
mas and a Happy New Year. Pallbearers were Messrs Eugene COUNTRY CLUB CHRISTMAS ENTERTAIN SUPERVISORSThe
Ad\isor'-'M: James, Reporter Mugge, J D Clayton, C E Brannen, DANCE
Julia M Thompkins.Miss Grover Cone, Lummis King, Frank Supervisors of the Madison f f .v yTi
Vickers, J C Cartmill and George The Starlighters, of Tallahassee, Soil Conservation District and their i J L
Rosa Mabel Waring of Wheeler. furnished music for the Country w \es were complimented with a
: Ws join with Me.Snowman and Georgia Woman's College, Valdosta, Club's annual Christmas dance Sat- Christmas dinner Saturday evening
: Jog greetings to all our friends for the BIRTHDAY PARTY given by Mr and Mrs L C Brunerat iI0 0t
is at home urday night at the Club House. their home. //cfi
And hope Christmas decorations evidenced the
everywhere. we your holidays.Gifts
The living-dining room a.
; Mary Howerton was hostess to holiday spirit throughout the rooms. I
day will be filled with laughterand Your Christmas color motif of red and
thirty guests at a party Saturday Punch, cheese dip and wafers were
love and real Christmas joy. morning at her home, celebratingher served.T green.
Free Following the serving of a four
Wrapped aEAGLE'S tenth birthday. A beautiful J Beggs III was general chairman -
Dr. F L Bush Christmas tree was the center ol assisted by Mrs Dale M Leslie course turkey dinner, colored slides
were shown of the hosts' trip to ,-.,.
attraction around which games were and Mrs Gordon Ashley Jr. I. "
PIXETTA. FLA. played.. Luncheon of hot dogs,, One hundred or more attended. I. Hawaii. :
:Mr Mrs W L
Guests were and
cake candies and cole I
----. birthday Family Night; At Country Club
drinks were served.. Mary received I Forty Club members and their Gaston Mr and Mrs Carl Burnett ;
I and Mrs W B Coody Mr and
Mr ,
many nice gifts. Favors were balloons families enjoyed the Family Night I I
SEASONSouthern candies and bubble gum., dinner at the Country Club Thursday Mrs Eugene Mugge, Mr and Mrs 4
HUNTING Blalock Rains and Mr and Mrs
After lunch guests were taken tc t night. Guests included t
Woodard's Theatre. Randell Rowe, Jr.
of the College set at home members. .
NOW OPEN Mrs Howerton was assisted wilt holidays. A several d.r...
caring for the guests by Mrs F I. Miss Suzanne Champeaux of ;
BUY YOUR HUNTING NEEDS HERE! Naughton and Mrs LaMoyne Hancock was Jacksonville arrives Thursday to be
the holiday guest of her parentsMr To one and all,
ICamouflage and Mrs V C Champeaux of our best wishes S S.
HAVE OPEN HOUSE Cherry Lake. :Mr and Mrs Cham
Suits Al Church, of Tallahassee, Chief will for a Christmas
peaux & :Miss Champeaux spend
Engineer for the Road Department festivitiesand
State with
Dr and Mrs J M DuRant held I Christmas in Tallahassee with Mr holiday filled
Hunting Jackets open house Saturday evening in theii S was the guest speaker at and Mrs V C Champeaux Jr. fun that comes from having
a the Christmas last Thurs-
home prior to the Country Glut stag party
friends and loved ones about you.
at the Cafetorium. Mr
Hunting dance honoring their guests Mr an dChurch l GOODYEAR TIRESJIM'S
ll = Mrs Carl Rude of Quincy. told of the different types JACK WOODWARD'SPINETTA
Hunting Vests Christmas decorations were used I of roads under construction now
throughout the rooms open to guests ary* of the Interstate Highways being BAY STATION GARAGEPhone

"' Hunting Bag'. The dining table was covered witha I built, and explained the gas tax
appropriation and distribution. A U. S. 90 EAST. MADISON -
green cloth and held a center- HU 3-2403
of and carnations fried fish supper was served forty
Game Carriers piece holly red
? q < guests seated for the H E
y sl balanced by red lighted candles. repast
Refreshments were served McArthur, president, presided and
Shell BeltsHarting
throughout the evening.Mr Carl Bevis, program chairman, introduced TOBACCO GROWERSSEE
the speaker.Mr .
Caps _
and Mrs C T McWilliams haveas
guests for the holidays their and Mrs J C Burnette haveas US FOR

Shells, Cartridges sons Larry of Hinds Junior College guests for the Christmas holi-
days, their sens, Johnny, of Mis- '
Raymond, Miss. & Clayton of
Shot Guns Rifles sissippi Southern College and Billyof
y Tampa. Mr and Mrs McWilliamswill
have as guests at a family din-

.. Hunting PacksShot ner on Christmas day besides their '
sons, Mr McWilliams parents, Mr
Gun Cases and Mrs J L McWilliams of Lake Plenty Roll-Fast

..ILc- ... City Mr and Mrs Earl Gasser and
-.J..s_ ... _. ..s:1 Boot Sox daughter Judy of Sidney, Ill, and
MS and Mrs T C Millsaps and BicyclesREADY Vickers Implement

daughters: Kathy and Mary Gail FOR CHRISTMASBuy

Salvage Co. of Gainesville. on E-Z Pay Plan

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MRS V E McHARGUE DIES MADISON WINS I Alfred Patton, of Linden, Ind,

-Ila IN QUITMAN HOSPITALMrs CAME'I I I arrived Saturday joining Mrs Patton -

Madison High I here to spend Christmas' with
V E McHargue, age 66, died tea \ defeated Greenville here last her mother Mrs R V DiaL

Saturday night in a Quitman hos- Friday night 44 to 30 Donme I I
pital after a short illness. She wasa FloYd of Madison was high scorer YES! DONT FORGET TO ASK

s lifelong resident of Madison! of the game with 29 points, while ABOUT YOUR FREE GIFT ON

County, and a member of the Con- Madison center Adams accountedfor I FURNITURE APPLIANCES T-Vs
I cord Baptist church. 12 tallies. Roy Kinsey led the I WHILE BUYING AT MACS
Greenville scoring with 14 points. FURNITURE & APPLIANCE CO.
Survivors are her husband, V E

I McHargue of Lovett; one daughter, *
W. B. Davis, Jr. LADIES Mrs Carlton Hudson of Lovett; 1\ N T> MERRY

three sons, Vernon D, Batesburg,
,REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: Avon Cosmetics has a weekly
S C, Harold E and Virgil T both t
ACREAGE FARMS earning plan. Full or part time. MERRYtCHRISrMA
of Lovett two sisters, Mrs CarIe'.iErowning *1I lD
and Mrs J M Lewis
ESTATES RESIDENTIAL Tallahassee, Florida.
both of Lovett and one brother
L P Dewey of Clearwater.
6 Services were held at 2 phi Mon-
112 West Base Street WIrepairing % day in the Chapel of the. T J BeggsJr

MADISON. FLORIDA Funeral home, the Rev W T S

Phone HU 3-6277_ Cain of Thomasville officiating as-

sisted by the Rev Virgil Lovett,
SALE Some repossessed Accept our
FOR : warmest
We all our good pastor of the Concord
house trailers in good condition. done by set "doctors"We greet Baptist
i i Prices range from $800 up. Pick friends and customers church. Interment was in -Concord greeting for this

up payments and move in today! ,and extend our thanks Cemetery. ; Holiday season. And
Pallbearers were: Messrs Alton
i We Trade for ANYTHING OF for patronage. thank you for
King, Albert Waldrep, Clyde
electric refrigerators -
j VALUE! Also, two
( one an AMANA used Reaves, D W Jarvus, W H Cason, your manycourtesies.

1 only 30 days; one Frigidaire used Mac's Furniture C W Howard, J T King,. W T .

3 months. These are going at a Davis, M E Hendry, T Waldrep,
SACRIFICE. & Appliance Co. Bailey Wynn Dr II A Wasden,
House M H Parrish A' D Reams, Vic H 1959
MADISON' FLORIDA Isgro, R V McHargue, John Wilson -
trailer payments for boat, motor know how to diagnose yourTV's &:
and ,trailer. ills and cure 'em fast .' Earl Loughridge and Vernon c r5 = = ." -:
Maxwell. == : .
ROGERS ;;;l = = -4"
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Helen Legette and Rowe D
and Miss
11-tf-ch Philip Ragans of FSU -- -- -- .
I SERVICE Bowen exchanged marriage vows Jean Ragans of Atlanta are at e_' =-= -= 11.
FOR SALE: One registered Angus Saturday afternoon at four o'clock home for the holidays. 5. == =- ,' .
bull. will trade for one polled in the First Methodist church with ==
or 401 E Stevens St. .
Hereford bull. SAMPALA FARM, We Repair the Rev Paul Touchton officiating. Are your brakes safe? rr

R 3, Greenville, Fla 15-tf-ch ''Record-Players-Automobile Radios Altar vases of vwhite gladioli and -" -- ,.

.. ; A Few Choice SelectionsIN chrysanthemums, white lighted can- If not drive in today to '
Sewing USED TV SETS dles and palms and magnolia ,
Work guaranteed satisfaction foliage formed the for the
I machine in console cabi- PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE i.ceremony.The setting I McWILUAMS GARAGE

1 net. $35.00. A. L. HUGHES, OUR WAY OF SAYING bride chose for her weddinga FLORIDA

Ph. HU 3-6964, :Madison, Fla. "THANK YOU" modish pink' brocade suit fash-i I
Phone 9481 Quitman, Ga.
-j 16itpdBEFORE ioned with fitted jacket. Her pink
Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers
feather hat had a matching veil

SELLING your timberor and accessories were black. Her

timber land please see me. We J. M. LASHLEYPhone corsage was of white orchids.
are also interested in buying a Mr and Mrs Bowen left after

limited amount of pine-hardwood FO 2-1580 the ceremony on a short wedding
pulpwood delivered by truck to LIVE OAK, FLA. \
Foley, Fla.. or loaded on R R cars. trip.Mrs
RT. 1, BOX 210 Bowen was graduated from
See, write or calll PAINTING & WALL PAPER
Georgia College for Women and
Rt. 3, Madison Florida received the Master's degree in

Phone: Cherry Lake 8363 Librarianship from Emory Univer- L' For The Ladies
sity. She is. librarian at North

I FOR RENT: One new 3-bedroom TALBOH PAINTAND Florida Junior College.Mr .
Lake, with all Bowen received his educa-
house, on Cherry
Nylon Negligee & Gown Sets, Flannel Robe &
conveniences and fishing privil- tion at Abraham Baldwin College. -
I Pajama Sets, Fancy & Plain Knit Sweaters
Available Jan. 1.
eges. He was in the Air Force for
One large house on Range Streetin WALLPAPER CO.AT thirteen years and is now a Lieu- 9 Bouffant Pettislips, Pajamas in Capri & Clam !S
Madison. Available Jan. 1. Digger styles, Wool Jackets in (Navy, Red,
tenant Colonel in the Air Force Re-
J 0 McDONALD Rt. 1, Pinetta, CASTLE PARK White & Charcoal, Buttersoft Leather Coats &
serve. He is a civilian Flight In-
Florida. 14-3t-ch Jackets, Quilted Robes in Nylon & Cotton,
structor at Spence Field, Moultrie
FOR RENT: Nice completely fur- free parkingWe Ga. Jewelry, Panties, Hose, Scarfs, Stoles, Gloves, .
.. Scuffs & Slippers with Foam -insoles
nished home. Just across street Among out-of-town guests at the
Personalized :Mascot Gift Items ...
south of Greenville High School have a complete line of Dwoskla wedding were the bride's parents
3-6601, Wallpaper and 1500 colors of Painti and brother. Mr and Mrs
Gym. J B Davis, Phone HU
to select from. Come and '
in seethe For Ik Men
Madison. 16-lt-ch Colorobot Machine operate.Dr Johnson and Harry Johnson Jr, of
I Statesboro, Ga.
TOR RENT: One bed-room apart-
ment. Close in town. Apply MRSJ Sportsman Travel Lite Set in Leather "

J NEWMAN, Phone HU 3-2523. and Mrs Albert P Cline.Sr, FUNERAL FOR MR VON TILLEY

I 16-lt-ch and Dr and airs Albert P Cline Jr
Case Shave
Christmas Glitter at the E-R. will arrive Christmas night from Funeral services were held Sunday Sportsman ... I
Bronze, non- Canton, N C to be guests of Mr afternoon in the T J Beggs Ji
'Gold- Green White I
toxic. double plated, will hold. and Mrs A B Zipperer and Mr I Funeral Home for Louis LaFayette Lotion Cologne Talc & Shaving Lotion I
and ?Mrs Carlton Smith until after Von Tilley, age 82, who died Thurs- ,

WANTED: One farm work LOWELL horse; the 27. Andrews-Zipperer wedding'Dec.. day in his sleep in Knoxville Tenn. Manicure Sets in Leather Case --.; !
also wagon. Write His only survivors are his daughter ,
ODOM, Rt 1, Mayo, Fla. 16ltpdWANTED -x- Mrs R L Prine of Cherry Lake !
Miss: Whittie Dickinson and Mrs TIe & Cuff Clothes Brush
r clean Miss Link Sets ;
Some nice, soft, Roger Asbury are spending the and two grandchildren Mary .
rags. No buttons or woolens. THE holidays in Jacksonville with their Ned Prine of New York and Rip

ENTERPRISE-RECORDER. brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Prine, Cherry Lake. Mrs Prine & Manicure Set Combination Personalized

MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHENwith Mrs Louie Dickinson and famiy. went to Knoxville and was met ,

G-E appliances and PRE- there by Miss Prine. The body ar- Mascot Gift Items.
CISIONWARE CABINETS. Up rived here Saturday afternoon.

to 5 years to pay. Call or write .1 The Rev John Collins conductedthe
HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. HU last rites. Interment was in For Boys For Girlsages
3-6681. Madison. Fla. Oak Ridge cemetery.

Pallbearers were Messrs H A ages 1 to 7 1 to 14.Sweaters ,/'

FEDERAL LAND BANKFarm Browning, Hybert Hendry, Russell Scarfs.. Sweaters, Scarfs 1
Wiggins Jack Hammock Claude
Timber Ranch Loans Floyd Jack Shirts, T-Shirts Blouses, T-Shirts
King, S H P K Lanier, -
Long Terms Low Interest Johns, George Shaw, David Lanier, Suits, Jewelry Bouffants, Panties

SEE THE REPRESENTATIVE AT Kermit Horne. Walter Roberts and Pajamas, Slacks Slips, Jewelry,

THE MADISON COURT HOUSE Russell Smith. i Cowboy Outfits Raincoats, Gowns -
1 -.5
EVERY TUESDAY MORNING. I, I Jackets, Caps White Fur Iuffs...

J. D.FORESTER Scruggs Club Madison entertained Home with Demonstration a turkey 1;;: For Infants Most Everything j

SURVEYOR luncheon Tuesday at the country I
,- Ph. HU 36186MADISON. 1959 home of Mrs Ben S Waring. Fifteen .- __j THESE ARE ONLY A FEW OF THE MANY ;

FLA. guests enjoyed the delightful oc- ITEMS FOR YOUR SELECTION. COME IN, .. -
casion. Christmas berries greenery BROWSE AROUND AD SEE FOR YOURSSELF :

JOHNMADSWORTHRegistered 'D rM the and candles predominated in WE WILL BE OPEN EACH WEEKDAY 4"a t I

It After lunch an exchange of gifts UNTIL AFTER CHRISTMAS. .rst:. ;

Surveyor We wish took place and Christmas carols _v STORE HOURS 8:30 A. M. TO 6:00 P. M.BREEDEN'S :-< ,,) :
you,your family were sung. The Club presented Miss
; Phone HU 3-2372 and our many Friends the Jenobel Zipperer, a bride-elect ol : S
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MADISON. FLORIDA traditional joys of an old- the Christmas season, with a handsome !
in hei
wedding gift of china
and mixing :- fashioned Christmas. /
it' For your grinding pattern.

on your farm call WESTEND FASHION & GIFT SHOP
Amoco Service StatiorARNIE
,I. :MILLING COMPANY" ,I l V Located in the Setzer Shopping Center .

L! Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971 :MEDDERS Corn $1.15 in Jasper : FLOREE T. BREEDEN MADISON, FLORIDA '

collect. MADISON, FLORIDA Owner-Manager Phone HU 3-1>850 ,:_

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preaching service every Sunday Book Study: Wednesday 7:30 p. m. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR f

\WELCOME YOU A -preaching Service every Sunday Service Meeting: Friday 7:30 p. m. IADSON COUNTY, FLORIDA.
1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. morning Ministry School: Friday 8:30 p. m. ,1I

2nd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. 1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m. Bible lecture: Sunday 3:00 p. m. r In re: Petition of Leo A Almand 1 1

Sunday School each 2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m. Watchtower Study: x For the Adoption of Nancy Elizabeth -

Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Sunday School every Sunday.1st Sunday 4:15 p. m.. Anderson, A Minor.

Prayr Service each \ and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. Jumbo Hamburgers 30c I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION OF

We *day 8:00 p. m. 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m. Choicest of Steaks and Sea PETITION FOR ADOPTIONTO

Family Night covered Family Night Covered Dish Supper L : JOE ANDERSON, whose ad- omcit uiFIAVOR
Friday Foods at WHITE TOP is unknown.
dish supper, second :: dress
Friday night after Sunday
before 1st Sunday 7:30 p. m every month promptly at 7:00 p. m. DRIVE-IN oh U S No. 53,, ADOPTIONYou AGED

Woman's Society of t Woman's Society of Christian Ser- south of Madison. 3-lt-ch are hereby notified that a
Christian Service petition has been filed in the above
vice meets on Monday night after .. 4 YEARSIN
meets Thursday after SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW L styled court by Leo A Almand for
1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. M A F the adoption of Nancy Elizabeth WOODPepsiCola

Methodist Men's Club meets The Methodist Men's Club meets 7:30 A. M. Gospel Music Anderson, a minor, and you are required -i

alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on 7:55 News to serve a copy of your,

Springs loiesday after Tuesday after the 4th Sunday 8:00 Baptist Hour answer or objections to show cause
4th Sunday 8:00 p. m 8:00 p. m. 8:30 Gospel Music why said petition should not be I
Board meets 1st Wed granted the attorneys of the
Official The Official Board meets each 9:00 Revival Time on
nesday each even numbered month petitioner, W T Davis and FrankA
month following the supper on 9:30 Gospel Concert Mr and Mrs R. H. Hall
after prayer service. Graham Jr, Madison, Florida, and Co.
I Family Night. 10:00 News of Clyattville
Commission on Education meets I file the original in the office of
: P. B. ROWELL, S. S. Supt. 10:05 Sunday Serenade announce the approaching marriage
1st Wednesday each odd numbered the Clerk of the Circuit Court, PERRY, FLORIDA
month after prayer service. I MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE Treas.C. 10:43 Prelude to Worship of their daughter Madison County Florida, on or before
S. Supt. B. DAVIS PASTORLEE 11:00 Morning Worship Myra Ann .
JAMES SHEFFIELD S. the 11th day of January, 1960. "
THOMAS SURLES: HARRY M. 12:00 News to Herein fail not or a decree pro Slight Charge
12:15 Afternoon Melodies Mr Belton
Eugene Buchananof
COCHRAN, Asst's.C i. METHODIST CHURCH 12:55 News confesso will be entered against you.
B. DAVIS, Pastor. I. Floridason Witness my hand and the seal I'
Preaching Every Sunday.1st }
.q,5it !
1:00 Afternoon Melodies of Mr and Mrs B. S. Buchanan, .
and 3rd Sundays of said Court in Madison, Florida,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1:30 Afternoon Melodic The couple will be married i ill I
11:00 and 7:00 this 1st day of December, 1959. slight charge is made' for:
FLA. a. m. p. m. 1:40 Serenade In Blue late
DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk of the
M. Sundays 9:00 a. m. News Miss Hall -
Sunday School ._ 10:00 A. 1:55 attended. Clyattville Hig] I Circuit Court. NOTICES
11:00 A. M.PapMst Sunday School Every 2:00 Hour of Decision SchooL
Training Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday ._..___._,.,._ 10:00 a. m. 2:30 Musical Sunday Mr Buchanan was graduate By: Jane W Baker, Deputy 14.4tchFGNOTICE Clerk. (regardless of sponsor)

Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Methodist Youth Fellowship 2:55 News from Madison High School in 195 $ ALL NOTICES OF MONEY-

Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M 6:00 p. m 3:00 Musical Sunday He is now an employee of Winn TO CREDITORS RAISING PROJECTS
I BOB SEARCY, Sunday School Supt. 3:55 News Dixie Grocery Company of Mad (regardless of sponsor)

HANSON METHODIST CHURCH 4:00 Hit Parade son. The couple will reside ir Florida StatutesIN ALL NOTICES IN ADVANCE

Preaching every .
and Third Sunday 11:00 a. m. 5:00 Music At Sondowu I JUDGE MADISON COUNTY KIND
and 7:00 p. m. 5:30 Headlines & Weather 4-H CLUBS HAVE PARTY FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.In : (regardless of organization)

Sunday School every Sunday Preaching every Sunday CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE I re: Estate of Dessie Thompkins, Prices are-reasonable. Rising pro-
10:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 6:33 Sign Off Thursday evening the Agriculture,I, Deceased. duction costs force us to omit ALLf
Family Night Saturday before Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. M. PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO Center vas the scene of a Christmas TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS FREE ADVERTISING.THE .
for members r
party given cgirls'
Every second Sunday 6:00 p. m. Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M. 4-H Clubs in th! HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS ENTERPRISE-RECORDER
ar.d boys'
)REV. C M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor Evening: Services _._._ 7:30 P. M ScheduleWMAF l Hamrick Paul AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
Prayer Meeting Wednesday Daily Program county y Agents You and each of you are hereby

BOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Evening ..........._......_.._ 7:00 P. M. and Mrs Zipperer.One notified and required to presentany Tell 'em you saw it in
Sunday School 10:00 A. M W B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ 1230 ON YOUR DIAL hundred young people fror claims and demands which you,
._.. 11:00 A. M. 6:00 A.M. Sign On the seventh grade through hig I
Morning Worship ARTHUR CRUCE Training Union or either of you, may have againstthe Home Town Gazette
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. 6:02 Fla. Farm Hr. I school enjoyed an evening of competitive estate of Dessie Thompkins, your -

Evening Worship! 7:30 P. M. Director.ERNEST 6:25 World & State News games and folk dancini, deceased late of said County, I
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. GURR, Minister 630 Fla. Farm Hour with Mrs Jeanette Goody directin; to the .County Judge of Ma iison -The E-R.

Brotherhood last Thursday I 6:45 Rudy Hamrick 0 the recreational period. County, Florida, at his office in the
.f each month at ._ 7:30 P. M. WELCOME TO -r*' (Mon. Wed. Fri.) Refreshments of cookies and court house of said County at WITH
W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 6:55 World News punch were provided by the Count; Madison. Florida, within eight CHRISTMAS PARTY

Evelene Kelley Circle 7:00 State New H D Council. calendar months from the time of

and Thursday 2:30 P. M. Come Worship With Us 7:05 Coffee With Ray Leaders assisting in entertainini! the first publication of this notice.

V. L. SINGLETARY S. S. Supt Sunday School 10:00 A. M. 7:45 World News were Mrs Wiley Blair, Mrs Philli] Each claim or demand shall be In Mrs J E Hardee entertained CIr-

ALBERT KELLEY, B.T.U. Director Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. 7:50 State News Smith and Mrs Albert Gentry. writing, and shall state ttv place, cle No. 2 of the First Baptist

REV LEWIS D. HUGHEN Pastor Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. 7:55 Weather News of residence and post office ad- church with a Christmas party at

"" Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. 8:00 Coffee with Ray Beach On dress of the claimant, and shall be her home Monday afternoon. The
Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. 9:00 Morning Devotions sworn to by the claimant, his agentor rooms were decorated in the sea-
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHITRCH Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 9:15 Musical Interlude his attorney, and any such sonal motif with the dining table

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Jack'Pickles __ S. S. Supt. 9:30 Music Unlimited .The Gulf claim not so filed shall be void. laid for tea.
11:00 A. M.
Morning Worship Sim Andrews B. T. U. Director 10:00 News /s/ OLLJE C THOMPKINS, As Mrs J J Conway presided over
Training Union _._ 6:30 P. M. REV. ELDRIDGE LYONS, Pastor 10:05 Music Unlimited administratrix of the Estate ofDessie the program which preceded the
ICvening Worship __ 7:30 P. M. 10:30 Music Unlimited Water front lots priced from Thompkins, deceased. tea hour. The program of The Four

Prayer Meeting __ 7:30 P. M. CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 11:00 Music Unlimited 995. 10% down, balance ti First publication 12 4, 1959. Candles was presented by Mrs ,
tturch Business Meeting First CHURCH 11:15 Public Service beach 17-4t-pd H E McArthur assisted by Mrs H
Safe clean
of each month. suit. :
Wednesday night
11:30 Record Session B Dinkins and Mrs Frank Davis.
Brotherhood and W. M. U. Second Preaching Services every Sunday 12:00 World News good fishing and hunting, jus Walter (Coot) Bunting of Quit- Four Christmas candles grouped
Thursday night of each month. 12:15 P.M. Noontime Notes Beach Home man, in renewing for the E-R,
for Bible
Morning Service 11:00 A. M. the spot your about the open on
reaching Services Every Sunday 12:30 Talk Of writes, I am sending in my renewal -
The Town
Evening Service 7:30 P. M. week-end Retreat at a pric< a table representing
Us. or of the home
Come Worship With for another year
12:40 Uncle Ned
Sunday School every Sunday at altar, intercessory prayer, praise
REV. DOZIER SAPP, Pastor 10:00 A.t 12:45 State News unequalled any place on tin town paper sd I can keep posted and church loyalty were the focal

:" LEE BAPTIST CHURCH BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. 12:50 Farm News coast. 20 mi. S. W. of PelT;)r on the happenings in Madison Coun- point of the program. Guests were

REV. I. T. CARTER Pastor Prayer Meeting every Wednesday 12:55 Weather News on Hwy S361 (soon to be completed ty. as well as part of Brooks County served charlotte russe. fruit cake,

Services every Sunday. at 7:30 P. 11t.Brotherhood I 1:00 Hillbilly Hit. Parade south via Steinhatchee), mints, nuts and coffee.
Sunday School __ 10:00 a. m. first Thursday every 1:55 News Baskets of Christmas cheer were
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.Training month at 7:30 P. M. 2:00 Gospel Time Come see us, or write P.. 0 Are your brakes safe? filled to be distributed at Christ-

Union _._ 7:00 p. m. 'Everybody Welcome. 2:30 Public Service Box 301, Perry, Florida. mas.
__ 8:00 m. REV. J. R. COl-LJNS Paston 2:45 rAfternoon Melodies
EeningVorship p. 4-6t-p( If not drive in today to
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 p. m 2:55'Vorld & State News SCHWINN BICYCLES
CHURCH OP CHRIST 3:00 Afternoon Melodies
Ts MOSELEY HALL BAPTIST 701 South Range 3:45 Public Service Jumbo Hamburgers 30c McWlLUAMS GARAGE Franchised Dealers & Service

CHURCH Bible Study 0 __ 10:00 A. M.Lord's 4:00 -. News Choicest of Steaks and Sej.: HOWERTON SUPPLY CO.FUEL. .

REV. JACK LAMB Pastor Supper and 4:05 Request Parade Foods at WHITE TOI]

S. R. Sapp Chairman Board of Edification ___ 11:00 A. M. 4:55 World & State New 53
U S No.
Deacons. Bible* Study ___ 7:00 P. M. 5:00 Request Parade DRIVE-IN on

Billy Bailey .?.... BTU Director Preaching __ 7:30 P. M. 5:45 Sports Highlights south of Madison. 3-lt-cl]l

Leroy Cruse ....?. Associate Director Ladies' Class __ Thursdays 6:00 World News --------. -

Leroy Cruse ....... S. S. Supt NEW HOPEFUL 6:15 Twilight Tunes MORE FUEL

Miss Merle Bass _....... Song Leader MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH I 7:00 6:55 News Sign Off Goodyear Tires $12.9 7! .

Mrs Juanita Cruse ._..__ Pianist Services every tirst and third PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO

Sunday School __ 10:00 A.. M Sundays at 11 a. m., and 8:00 p. m. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE 670 x 15, All-Weather, tubetypeplus

Morning Worship ..._ 11:00 A. M.Trtning .' Sunday School every Sunday 10:00a. tax and recappable tire.

Union 7:00 P. M. m.Training KEROSENE TRACTOR FUEL
Union every Sunday 7:00 G-E Appliances 0 GASOLINE &
Evening Worship ._.. 8:00 P. M. MESSER
Prayer :Meeting Wed 7:30 P.L W. r. RTCROFT. Pastor e ,

Just as I am, without one plea. CHURCH Howerton Supply Co. Battery & Tire Co. %
I come Regardless of your clothes Welcomes You We are equipped to give you Quick

condition. Whether cotton, Home- Services Every Sunday .I OH MYACHING IAN and OTIS BROWN are standing by for your service

)un4 ,You are welcome in our REV CARL V. IVEY, Pastor ,

church'srr Ice.! Sunday School _..._.. 10:00 A. M.
it"-- Morning Worship .._.._ 11:00 A. M. BACKow Georgia h 7 '

MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Choir Practice ..._..__ 6:00 P. M.Training f Yon can get the fast relief yor .
Sunday School .. 10:00 A. M. i need from nagging backache PLATE GLASCompanytY/ t
"" --'-- Union __.._... 6:30 P. M and ; headachy ,;
muscular aches and pains that often
Worship 11:00 A. M ,
Morning ... 7:30 P.
Evening Worship _. JJ I cause restless nights and miserable tired-
Evening Wo.hin .-......... 7:30 P. M. Wed. 7:30 P. M.SEVCrIlDAY out feelings. When these discomfortscome 4
Prayer Meeting on with over-exertion or stress and ,
Se Wednesday 8:00 P.M
Youth strain-you want relief-want it fast ---0Y GLASS *
REV. B. R BRtrKL.T'Y. PastorL. ADVENTISTCHURCH Another disturbance may be mild bladder
irritation following wrong food and BLOCK 0
dnnk-often setting up a restless un- GLASS *
Saturday at Madison comfortable feeling.Doan's
Services every
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF HalL Pills work fast In t separate MIRRORS INC.
American Legion ways: 1. by speedy pain-relieving action ;
LATTER DAY SAINTS School begins 2 pam.: to ease torment of nagging backache .
Sabbath headaches muscular aches and aina. .. 215 W. Savannah Ave.
Sunday School _._._... 10:00 a. m. Church Service at 3 p. m. 2. by soothing effect on bladder irritatioa. .
Sacranv-r I'T"511:00! a. m. WILLIS, S S Supt S. by mild diuretic action tending Phone: CHERRY.2-5285, SHELL PETROLEUM.PROOUCTS; _
to increase outpnt of ,the 15 wiles_ Of t .
Relief Society arid Priesthood time 'HAROLD YATES P&stor Tele- kidney tubes. Valdosta, Georgia

and place as announced at Sacrament Everyone Welcome same t Enjoy happy a good relief night's millions sleep have and for Oft the FOLEY LAWN MOVERSBRIGGssTRATTON .. .' --- ( j .' J. i iI
Meetlmr. -.- HU 36517.: 60 years. New large size saves mosey.
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