The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028405/00211
 Material Information
Title: The Madison enterprise-recorder
Alternate title: Madison enterprise recorder
Alternate Title: Enterprise-recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: T.C. Merchant
Place of Publication: Madison Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1960
Publication Date: 1933-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Madison (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Madison County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Madison -- Madison
Coordinates: 30.466389 x -83.415278 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 32, no. 43 (June 23, 1933)-
General Note: Issued a "Woman's Club edition" on Mar. 31, 1979.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33284795
lccn - sn 95047180
System ID: UF00028405:00211
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_t $2,026.63Check room, and warehouse of HOWARD STUDSTII f GAS OKAYED! .

CO., of Madison, The building; is Jocated On

Manager Chock Watson of' -Mayo. highway in the- ,city. _-, limits ('E-R... "PjiOt6)+ Tuesday' n.ght the Jladison.' City
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Power Corp presented' the City }IQNORA9Y PALLBEARERS I Commission flashed the green l gkt
Mad.oon Toe day night with Bass tJFaiiii J i on the natural gas deal when Iheyauthorized
,MILLDOLL: R Lunji 'S AE ,m: left .t semi:arirrual"**. franchise '-p ) L. S l' ? : .. ".. ..
smilingly accepts Western Auto's coveted $1,000,000 check in the amount of $ Bass of Kisstamce is the Monetary pallbearers serving at I f'teed witfi ti3e:
about 10% more than'the addition to the NFJC facul the -funeral services t Wednesdayfor : system aiKL-the attorney to Wit.
dub award from JOE SCHOOLFIELD Jacksonville.Mr .
t) teaches and
sociology, state of cerUltaHM
one. \alidatibn the revenue
Sale, who alsO sells Westinjrholise Jlayta and Zenith government geography, social Mrrf-S G.-Owens Inelude4Tur-j I to finance the proJe C.
:products in -his Western Auto. Store, told The E-R he 1 Mrs M II Waring was m \ and current affairs. He and net Davit, R C H Legal .engineering,,. financial: and.
and are living at 500 N W1 !Wych; Dr_ A T Ilirr f501, Dr J M
greatly appreciates the lari'e'number of friends customers In Valdosta the first of'the I I gas line peissftnit attendtoYWork
St. r DuRant,; Fred. Mickler. V M\ ; Fbl- "
who made it possible, for him to receive the award with her sisters and friends. on the S'JS.800" expected -
som. Dr A P 1dgerly, Ben S j".ar"lu. to tan In )fay. ."j
6th GRADE ELECTS:.OFFICERS ; .. Bill Smith. F E Naughtpn. T
i iegimWork PartyCherry { NoticeThe Rotary Club I f
Registration C "Sterchant .Jr. J P !\t01'1'0Yl., Al-'i Officers arid: traders off Yi

Wednesday, Febrraiy: 3, 1030 Mrs I Hofnander of the faculty! ban .Goody. Pat Milllnor. Dale M]I i Baptist! BTU meet Monday. night.
Frieda Barber's j6th grade room j I Lake Legion Post 224 registration books for North Florida Junior Cot*, Leslie A li Armstrong and 'S I! i Feb 8th at Mayo Baptist: Church
i will hold a work party Saturday May. 1960. primary election the Moore. 7,30 pm
guest speaker at the
elected offieers fo .the last semester -
at the Legion Home. Vice Commander
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of Madison Elrro"School. open* every day in of the Rotary dub Wed*
John Merrltt,4 who recently
Howard Phillips Pres and Alan barbecue for Hopeweil of the Supervisor of : He discussed the small
staged a
'through January. February, :
Sands V Pres presided over the r Baptists, will serve supper.. March. institute after its relation #k 1!
election Th elected .officers were I '. If you registered In 1958 business. life of Madison"

Mary Helen Karstedt Pres Terry .Mickler, Howard Drew, and Dave since .you are OK for voting to taxation marketing I
Ragans V Pres, Martha Starling; Mickler, Howard Drew, and Diane do not have to reregister.Jfe and personnel
Treas, Alan Sands Sec,, Howard Hancock-Room 'Custodian *. ARTHUR E. RAGANS Included Robert relat1ons.l
Phillips Reporter and Randy 6th grade section 2 Vr Supervisor of ; McWilliams Jr. Pat Cantey
19-Thru M.a.rch FSU who was the guest of
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5mbb Hardware Store arid.. Mesphlt....Traa. Is MISS BOBBIE CRUCE, Queen of the New March of
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Jupiter (VeniM fc the bfIgItl i. au hi. tt e3flfc ,I:1f: {r.rlera' J'J'arad 'They. BOWoccupyft eta 111 .L paresis, Mr.'r aA Mrs. J atJ snapped fcv. the polio parade last=Thursday, Jan. 23. ." i .
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starring Randolph !. .rSho LADIES' Pants

Scott, Oralc: Stevens HI* speech I .. is. '
was mild-mannered but his cur MADISON Blouses by u Blue Bell"
had a ftronger laneuaee. by "Jeanies" .. V "-* ...
"Jeanie3"Vnshable $.2
KOBBERV. MarHpe Sttwn )'e- OFFICE OPENS 6:30 P.. 11 ... ,,'-"" ;

Queen, rv vid Clark.: Molly MtCerthv. Show Starts 7:00 P. M.: % ,. '4 % Corduroys 0 \ Sanforized
Alt real .* the ereamln PROGRAM Cottons
headline Planned like I clockwori. .. \> Flannels 0 Foot\ .Deep
the roMvry went off like n .firbomb. DOUBLE FEATURE "' O Sanforized Reinforced
Thf rr'mek'that rocked Friday, Saturday, February 5/'6': 4 ,9 Sixes 10-20 .ts ,
continent. Filmed with th rooprr j- HAVE ROCKET, WILL TRAVEL Sizes s=-3s I ILl J Pocketse
Our Reg. $2.93SI.00
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tin?, of th- St. Louis Police DCpertinent. The Three Stooges. ? .* I
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Cartoon Zipper

Sundav.Mandsv. February 7. 8 nicolor) Randolph Scott. $1.93 & $2. ))3, Closure
CARIWR, tJtniny 'JP"n Matte '

Shirley M"" cLain*,'.(:,Ar.th/wiv Fran Sunday-Monday, February 7t 8";. ... > : co ff2For \ 2 For S5.00
ciosa.! Thf acade v. award tvrnil DOUBLE FEATURE !

nE'P In P" n"'Kiif>;1'e" +,n' of Rhwl RETURN TO WARBOW lTec'hnJ. ,

huti+!r-' Anti tkl 4, f\ In It lrrSo *.. color) Phil Carey <'. LADIES' a' LARGE TABLEi1lADIFS' MEN'S
VPa t" 110t W) n. stanw In f\4L ", -,." ,> i...J.;. t', I ,.,:1. ." ).'
the -way of h''; earear.: Cartoon. THE YOUNG DONT 'CRY' 5al .. ''' \ & CHILDREN'S .jp-
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DAttPLE rcATURFTlbtnuKTU.actor: 4-H BOYS TO ATTEND Sizes; 667Run Shoes
First Quality
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tatty, yt >nnTW* r' ,,:1o.! .,.... ntoMrpvnlt ,, STATE. FAIR .' proof 3 For $1iE1} ) FIRST QUALITY

ft,T-I. ""R 'then Sahnk Te1rtrnet .
that to $3.93 OUR REG. 69c
will REG. $3.93
Madison County be represented
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p..a { 'e In trantrpxntic .
\ and at the Florida State Fair in Rayon Knit Sizes 8-9-10-11 "
%v& "''''pre paJlslonll: i '
temom n- with equal fury. Tampa by a group of fjvo 4-H Club Briefs & Pr. 2 For
boys who will participate in various Band Leg 2ForS1.00 .NOW $2.00 $1.00 -
''f 1t IET.t z'7rp'M1tTINY.. Rtes'4n" 4-H activities February 12 A 13. The .

/Jon. Wall. PA>W H,., Nave.An cv1Rn1n4rP4ita 4-H members attending the fair will BOYS' BULKY KNIT BOYS'Western
: Better Long SleeveSport
: ha n-P. nw A1Rep 0' fM' be Irvin Ulm, Donnie King Ronnie

-t. At", a wpcnse!: In the Lee Ginn, Walter Brown and Jerry Jeans"OKLAHOMA

. \, '1fh' eas. Cartoon. Fletcher. The ItI'OUP111 be accompanied Shirts SweatersBoat KID"

+ITh.'v.F..lfi.v.ebruary 11, 12 by Assistant County Agent .
"Tom Sawyer" & f'Sedgefield"Regular Neck, Long Sleeve
D".nu.F.rc.T"AE Harvey Faulk. Q Sanforized
'J'J'u' Y. In Terhniroln' +, These boys will compete with $1.98 & $2.93 OUR REGULAR $4.93

jetftrr'"t" Peter O' hne! Kddi" Byrne. Judging teams from approximately Q 10 oz. Denim
Th fhriV of tb! century. Its rvi fifty other counties in the State 4-H
2 For $3.00.CHARGE
J nntn brinp TO*******' Its kl11LcuP rvil spel Livestock Judging Contest Friday, $3.00SHOP Zipper Fly
rn :1avrs: Its ev'l touch
February 12. The Madison County Bar Tacked' I
; n w THE TtNDEAD.rlnfc .tar. group will attend 4-H Club Day YOUR FRIENDLY IT ,WITH
', ; Frlc FJem'nfir. KathWnIpy. Crow activities at the fair along with At Points of

Out of the n''Ia"t ". roc'e-hRtf an expected 5,000 other 4-H boys OPTION TERMS Strain
human-half what The count" and girls from throughout the staten .
jsct* irroHrM. The voun anr > Saturday, February' 13. While 30 days-no service charge or It REG. $1.93

;beautiful dr vnerf ,of Hf. What die at the fair two of the Madison pay as little as 4 your balance.
*It tnv a t" '"n te f tntetPr' vampIre County 4.Il'era111 serve as a
who defied bullets?Cartoon. host team at the State 4.11 Exhibit each monUi/J I $1.00 :
I / which will be located in 'the Educational '- '..
Building. As a host team -
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these boys will greet fair goers Political AnnouncementsThe FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE t-
who visit the 4-H educational pro I
( Mr a"d Mr J A. Bentley entertained regular county political announcemenU I respectfully announce that I '
with a dlnnw px"'+v Saturday gram.Ample time will be provided the4H cost $10.00 and nn am a candidate for State Representative to

even'n' ,hemrin" Mr and boys to view the many educational until the election. They are to be from Madison County; *
Mrs A-hW F",1el..h. Oiet wen and commercial exhibitsntered. paid for Kith the Insertion aide subject to the Democratic primaries
Mr and Mr J J Sa' J*. and son In May, 1960. U you elect me tc OFPR
of the collegeset !
Jimmy and twelve vacation. FOR COUNTY. COMMISSIONER this position X will serve you
b**"""* f*" midterm
The at dinH taW was laid with Alt honestly, soberly, and capably tc I
DISTRICT THREEI the best of I will ,
cut work linen cloth and centered | A-C-R-0-S->. my ability. greatly
with *n nrraneement of whIte I : respectfully announce that ) I appreciate your vote and sup y
camellias. Tn the living room were i ;THE i am a candidate for County Com port. FOR OUR

:arrnsenv" of trtnk ffladioll and d ICHJNTRYYour'Farm xnlssioner of Madison Count, Sincerely., I
camellia A turkey salad' District Three, subject to the ; 2NfiIYEBS4RYSALEDRESSI15
pink -If A, L. (Rooster) Leggett,. Jr
courne. concealed fruit naiad. tvmatocs action of the Democratic primaries .
,M an>arants, h ftt rolls In May. I promise fslthfulconsdenUous BOARD
lemon fluff pie and coffee-were- service If you choose SKIRTS, BLOUSES, PEDAL PUSHERS SWEATERS
served. aDd ,
Ftttvf me for this Important offke, DISTRICT NO.2.
The sliver honnre In their* received pattern from a the.I t earnestly solicit your vote and UADpON COUNTY, FLORIDAI 9 ALL WINTER .MERCHANDISE REDUCED $

support for which I shall ever txgrateful. have discharged my duties to

hosts. ,, .1. .... ,' -- the best of my abilities -In an 1. iE GROUP OF ONE GROUP'DF
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Bureau l&sur- LAMAR ANDREWS way. Our children's Interests and BOY'S BLUE JEANS

ATTENTION and CompA&ia BOW hart betterment have always been Uppermost D RES S E S GIRLS PETAL: PUSHERS
.. 1 paoft than 2,500,000 inaunnct In my mind and efforts. I I
polio{Ja fore They an the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER hereby solidt your vote and sup $1.00 EACH
t Attend largest group 'of insuraoo port In the May, 1960 Democratic You Make Us an Offer .
comptal U the world wrhio > DISTRICT FIVE primaries far re-election as your .

FARMERS fanner. a candidate for the office ol Two. )i .
e BUSINESSMEN In the put year mon than. Bounty Commissioner, District 5, Sincerely.. ,1. S & H Green Stamps not given on Sale Items t
20,000,000 was paid in dividend RUSS DUGAN t
I if Madison County, subject to the
'All-Coverage Accident to policyholders, providing
proof that your Farm Democratic primaries In May, 1960. ANNOUNCES FOR ,
!i Available for everyone. Bureau Insurance Companies [t promise honest, conscientious and COMMISSIONERLamar > I J ze'Jlay Shop

t f d J Ages: 1-T9 art always striving to provide courteous service: to the best of my '
insurance at the lowest pow ibllity to all U you elect me Jo Andrews, well known-

SeeLarry aibl. COlt. his office,, I earnestly solicit your Greenville business man.. Is an- The Friendly Shop
t When you u a farmer, ,rote and support.
Pi flouncing his candidacy this week PHONE HU 3- 7S0 MADISON, SLORIDA
think of insuranct-always
mi Sincerely, for County Commissioner, Third
.. ), call your local Farm Bureau F T (Tebo) Webb
District Mr Andrews promises
J!..,'.., Representing.. Insurance agent.Men faithful conscientious service if &3&ddd&


I Farm BtreanInswaice friends and fellow-citizens .-- ---
Also Representing ,or Madison County: I want to thank WEDDING ANNIVERSARYMr LOTTERY CHARGE Cherry Lake Post No. 224 American .

Northwestern Mutual. life Ct I ach of you for your vote and supsOct -. t Legion is staging a membership
v and Mrs Ernest M Page Jr V drive, with Vice-Commander
and wonderful co-ope-
.. your ,
Phone HU 3- 424 KERMIT HORNE entertained with open house A Circuit Court charge was' Jehn Metfitt in charge. Drop by
ration while
sening as
Office at Madbon Cleaners BOX 38 HU 3-6665 ration officer. I have your endeavored Saturday evening) from 8' 'to 10o'clock Issued Friday against JuMa ,Jackson -i White Top Drive-in and 2-3t sign-pd.up

MADISON, FLORIDA till times to P"e"OU honest In celebration: of their colored of aiding and assistIng oday.

l: .ifidetit and courteous sen-ice. On fourteenth wedding anniversary.The In. '1M setting up of, and In: NOTICE OF COUNTY
symbolic ivory color motif and conducting a
: t his record I earnestly solidt )"'OUrot.e promoting .
\ and support- In the I960 May was used In the decorations in the i lottery. I ASSESSOR VISITS TO

elections for re-election rooms TO primary I
WE ARE NOW for Supervisor of RegtstraHonSincerely nests. Ivory chrysanthemums: and :against her. subject to County I II I will be In the following district .

camellias: In arrangements- with Court proceedings. They are two! for the purpose of receiving

ARTHUR E RAGANS greenery were used In the tablearrangements I i charges of sale of lottery tickets;j ji tax property returns for this 1960

tFtr"" 'r. and on the mantels i one, possession o& liquor with Intent I tax year.
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; FOR SUPERVISOR OF and occasional tables. The silver '' to sell In a dry county, and Lee District 9tol2a.m.Feb from

REGISTRATION coffee service occupied one end of one the sale of liquor in a dry Pinetta District Feb. 23 from
I AS,WELL AS ALL OTHER SIZES the'd table. Mrs T F Livings-j county. 9to12a.m.

t '' I respectfully announce that,I ama too poured, and Mrs B W Brihson Total bond posted op all counts Cherry Lake District. Feb. 24 from

t 1 bring It-to"ta candidate for the office of "Sdperrtsor assisted with serving hors d'ouevres. was J1SOO. 9to12a.us.
'Don't throw the tire Fl way; of Registration of Madison shrimp en tlmbals canapes' cakes ..,..... j Greenville District Feb 25, from
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"" I promise Eai1t
In :
primaries May 1960. .1... ...' '- \.,'"" ,'-IIt CitY 4.
YaWMta re R CI.N. basest conscientious and tRcLiienIce Sirmans District Feb. 26 from
I... to aU If you elect me to Waler kep ig I Mr and Mrs Waring Wyche Jr 9to12a.m.

Patterson5Pk.CH 2-T3K .. .YALDOSTA. GA.. I this office I earnestly solidt your ,left Friday to spend the weekend A. H. ARMSTRONG, l
410 .t' rote and support. fcflllAMSGttAGE i la Ocala attending. the Golf Tour County Tax Assessor Madison
Sincerely. Florida.
cart. County 23-2t-cb
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Candidates -- Panhandling PRESBYTERIAN CIRCLES CANDIDATES-Regardless of ,

(__ A LOOK "AT THE BOOK "I '' .1.1r Voters can't shake you down I' what you may think after I
when ypu talk to 'em in an E-R the election many voters ..
By DR. BOB JONES. JR Mrs Leila M'Gibson was hostessto u .
--...... \ /:- ; ; Ad. circle no 1 Monday afternoon c t.and do read, so give 'em ,

I 10P.tCS with Mrs Jack Wade presidingand ypur pitch for a Vote in the I II

conducting the business friendly-R. .
f i session. 1Irs'VaJ.r Harm was,I .
d Yr Donor.rf lledion' e. Bible study loader and conductedthe '
Yew Local: M.doJ Socwtr awl alt. Kenneth and Tommy Hudson of
ttenda fclr4tcal Ai. zno.. .' I study of Christ the unifying Jacksonville, attended the Homecoming

To those with ears untuned to the those only can sing who have seen THE DANGER OF CARBON center of God's abundant grace.I at Mercer University, the
music oi the Spheres. He sent a the Saviour The wise men left their MONOXIDE POISONING Mrs John Dovjak gathe pro." Past week endBUSINESSMEN
heavenly choir; To the shepherd gilt of gold and frankincense: and I -
who could net read the secret mysteries myrrh at the leet oi the Infant l tnp gram on World Missions. Ten .
Carbon monoxide is -
of the diamond-starred script The shepherds found Him wrappedin by A S rK*et Vow Doctor of UctfkiM. members attended. -
the most common chemical Y w Lent UrtKAl Sootty and
.penned across the black velvet scroll swaddling clothes, vestured this Infant in the cause of sudden death. This flood Uttftca Aaoatwar w The hostess served cake and If you want customers'every !
(of the sky. God sent an angelic cerements of the grave-
':messenger speaking in their owni born to din The wise men brought ,- colorful odorlttt and tasteless MIND AN}> MATTERThe coU.tf:k week in your store tell 'em
To the wise men be spoke spices for the burial of a King and jra* i* formed by incomplete or Circle 2 with Mrs Berta '
tongue. oi their and incense for His funeral rites. Laid in imperfect combmtioo in stoves will to five is an important no !met about it in an E-R ad every
'in the language and furnaces and is also factor i in Paterson In the church
(Iby means ol a heavenly light How a stabl. among the beasts of humility present recovery from lounge with week.
.appropriate the song!How fitting the and sacrifice*-the ox and the in the exhaust of automobiles. illness. Physicians are aware of eleven members attending.Mrs .W
|etail! For He is the Light oi life, sheep and the dote-was Gods little i Carbon monoxide invade the variance in the nature of pa-' Cole hostess
G Pinson led the Bible study on Mrs Beasley was
blood stream through the lungs tints faced with serious .
the true light which lighteth Lamb, the Heir oi all creation, theSon f lnaJ.In
(/r./every man that cometh into the of Man to die,.the Lord of Liie and unites with hemoglobin'the some, the will J to live is posi-1 Christ the unifying center of God's to Circle No 3 with eleven mem-
!,world (.John 1$). He is the Givr to reign! Humble toilers found the red substance in the red blood thre while in others indifference abundant grates I bers attending. Mrs A H Arm-
and wise men worshipedthe cells) thus taking the place of or resignation is dominant.
of "He makes the heart Saviour
song; Mrs Jr World Missions conducted the business meeting -
oxgBr'i the cell The danger The primitive tribesman of M Bunting. Strong
:to sing, and puts a song of hope King
on the lips of sorrow and in the So it'it today, end so it has been. varies with the degree of oxvgenstarvation. long ago was fatalistic about his chairman' gave the programon Mrs Harry Nicholson gave the
!'hearts of those bowed down with I through all the years since the Babe If there is a large sickness lie regarded disease: missions Mrs T C Merchant, Jr Bible ksson on the topic Christ,
of carbon monoxide inhaled
was laid in Bethlehem's manger.} amount of supernatural origin and hoped
grief.The! shepherds came seeking a The needy find in Him the answer as from the exhaust of a only that the medicine man conducted:>> the business session the unifying center of God's abun-
'Saviour, and the wise men came i to the need.To all those who seekingfind motor in a closed garage or in might with his magic be able to when plans were mad? to serve the. dant grace., Mrs J G Ashley discussed -
Seeking a King; and both found in Him, H. is the SavIour and all, a closed car with a leaking muffler appease the offended deity. In :
; this world missions topic. .
people's month. the
'Him the object of the search and the truly I wise men acknowledge Him as ,death from asphyxiation an the tribesman's simple and comparatively young supper
'end oi all their seeking. And the ,Lord of their lives. To the worker at occur in a matter of minute j- stable environment The hostess served cake salted The hostess sfcmd"cake, salted
shepherds returned glorifying and his labor, to the scholar at his study Muscular weakness, one of fe the magician with his psycho nuts and coffee. nuts and coffee. *
''praising God. The wise men In their -to the toiler at his task;; to the student early symptoms, is usually not logical skill often was able ,
wisdom went quietly away pondering at his textbook-to the herdsman noticed by the victim until he without great difficulty to evaluate 1
in theft hearts the wonder of in the field, to the scientist in tries to get to fresh air. There his patient's personality and '
iGoa's mercy. The shepherds went the laboratory He is the only, the may be yawning, headache, nausea supply the encouragement -
out with a song of! praise such as ultimate answer to human need. dizziness, ringing in the Deeded.
ear and abdominal pains. The In complex world .
I -Released fy the Gospel Fellowship Association, victim should be removed to evaluation today's is complicated for the SEE
fresh air immediately and if physician by the infinite variations
ANDIDATES-Regardless of, KEEP UP WITH POLITICSIN breathing has stopped, artificial in character among his
-what think after THE E-R 4rnuitc respiration should be given. Incase patients. The physician practices
you may of severe carbon monoxide ,
.. a consideration of the part
the election, many voterscan ---- S poisoning the victim should betaken played bv personality. This may
bLr Gtankiu and ts.asJu111ea I to a hospital for it
may be revealed by the patient's reaction -
and do read, so give 'em bur (Jl1UAAW 1 ui *amp during be necessary to give blood trans to illness and the extent
your pitch for a Vote in the finkm. of the influence of the patient's 5SI HKtDR
the weekend where they art Any room in which fuels capable particular environmental futondonnestie T r A {
friendly E-R. of pnxfackig carbon monoxide -- and social.
making their home.Ir and Mn
I are feting burned should The profound influence exert- fWL.CIt" IM& I "ULTIlAA&. AII 1li000 tlliAL u.u. III 1tOtf16
WEGER S SALE",CONTINUES :Bill Stokes and children are nowoccupying be properly" ventilated to prevent ed by the mind over most physiological
The storewide ,s&lc atVa"nc the house on west Itaynstreet this gas poMoatftg. Even cone processes is appreciated -
tferaed slight exposure to carbon
by the physician. For this
Welter Jewelry *Store ;continues vacated by the Grahams.At monoxide may cause chronicpoisomnfr reason be strives to mINt the -
through Saturday Feb 6th. a luncheon meeting next with rewriting_'poor enthusiastic participation of the FOR
,- --- --- Thursday Feb 11 at 12:00 noon the btslth.! All persons shook be patient in his own core. The personality .
of the of carbon
aware of the the .
Mm W II Williamson-was joined Department Community affaire of monoxide poisoning and shook become a very important factor may ,
here by her brother and sister-in the' Womans' Club will present the take adequate measures to guard. in the outcome of treatment for .
.amt it.GREENVILLE. wide number jot diseases cad x -
law, Mr & Mrs Archie McNclll of ( a
Cairo, Ga last wock:! for a visit in SCOUTS

Jacksonville with their brother, Swarming? The Rev Wayne Stutzman was mATES-\Vhen your friendly + High Class Printing

Dan :McNeill who underwent surgery master of ceremonies ate tbb Scout I opponents make untrue statements

at Baptist Memorial Hospital '. CALL Court of Honor In Greenville held! about your past activities straighten
end is a patient thre. "" i out the record with an E-R ad,
BurkeExterniinating at the Women's Club Home If they tell the truth on you there's
Saturday ewning at 7:30 Of All Kinds
Candidates Panhandling: o'dodc..j not ninth we can do. \
Voters can't shake you down A large audience was present onthis
i hen you talk to 'em in an E- occasion.- **. -, GREENVILLE' LIONS CLUB
The America and (Except Bolita Tickets And Money)
'Ad.: --' -- -v.27* Phone 293-J Perry, Florida I group sang .
saluted the flag. Ths Club met in regular session"

Tb? Rev W D Kris! led the de- Monday Feb 1 7:30 pm .at the

oionaL Woman Club House. An excellent

I Sam GarreUon Director of TriQlla dinner was. served by the Woman

SUWANNEE RIVER t Area add Jack Willis, District Club. + SMITH CORONA

chairman spoke on scoutJDg1 1 The program was discussion of

Wade Jones, Institutional Representative Boy Scout work. ....
Tri-dlla Area presentedthe We had as visitors George

following- Cub Scout Awards: Bowen arid' David Cbker' who gav Standard .
JUNIOR COLLEGE Bobcat Badges Eddie Cash, a report of Scout work of Grecntitle .

Stephen Braswell Curtis Garbett which showed the work In
Wolf Badges-Ernie Bouvn, Eddy good condition.

Brown John Stutzman Stephen The Lions dub is sponsoringthe .
:- FOR NEGRO STUDENTS Jones. George Wheeler. Boy Scouts. '.

Lion Badges -. Jesse Barclay A general meeting "of the Scouts Adding Machines
... Robert Harper; Jay Floyd Tim was held at the Woman's Club ,

Jones. Randall Handley, Blfl Xerr. I house last Saturday evening at

Elective Award: Eddy Brown, I which time several awards wen

IN John Stutzman. handed out to trie-boys. There were ,
And Cash
Registration Card-Colon Crucr : two out of town visitors present ,

Den I under the direction of i who are giving their time to the .

; MADISON. FLA. )Irs' C E Brown Den Mother, work. They expressed their appreciation

.... ; presented a Skit of the work of this town.
The Cub Scouts sang Cub Scout;. Cfhe position wMeh seems"hard

Spirit". to flll Is that of Scout Master. We + Underwood & Smith

J D Kaney, chairman of the have been without a Scout Master
OFFERING THE FOLLOWING' Scout Committee presented the for some time. ,

Boy Scout Advancement awards to. Mr Wade Jones volunteered to take

TWO-YEAR STUDY PROGRAMS: the following: the position of Scout a.ster.'lith Corona Portable .

Tenderfoot-Wayne Fogle, Olan I him David Croker, DnTaI Hutto

Nobles. Buster McGuire, Bert and Dennis Miller were approvedas

1. General! College<: Courses Reams Cregory Stutztitan.Seerrtd Scout Masters. ;,' ;
Class- Bill Andrews, The dub assumed some .Incidental Typewriters

Gerald Cbkcr, Jimmy Barlow,. expenses for the month of ,
2. Pre-Business Education Course Tommy Davis Darin Booth

Sammy Hutto and John Roenbedc. Jan.After a social time the dub ad-
The Boy Scouts held the closing I Icm'm umed.

3. Pre-Engineering Course The!' J1Y.foUowfag workers wete' W D Kels Secy. .: + MetaLAnd Wood ...

record' : Scout Committee, 4 D' Giant Jumbo Hamburgers, in-
4. Pre-Law Course -
Kaney. Chairman, Hubert Sherrod. fin bun 40cWHITE '

i Herman Melvin, George Bowers TOP DRIVEINSgt Office Furniture :-

5. Pre-Medkal: Ctvrse <, Cubmaster. ; :
Den Mothers-Den 'I Mrs C E and Mrs Wallace Pickets and r
H little daughter Genie left Tuesday
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Brown Den H Mrs ,Hubert iSher-
; for Mt AIry Ga. to visit .Mn I II
6. Pre-Nmng Cvrse. rod; Den III Mrs, Wayne Stutzman. Pickets grand mother Mrs Minnie

:.. 1 I Boy Scouts' Mr and Mrs John Massey. They were accompanied'by' J
Roenbeck David Colter. ass1stf t.. Mn Doris Prendel of Ere Pad ;; + UNDERWOOD
( 7. Terminal Civvies ( ) will t ***** .* SCHWINN BICYCLES I ,. .
NO. '12

: bt tffcred as _tlttm mis j justify. Madison High-School basketball Franchised tfOWERTON- Dealers SUPPLY A Service..CoI' .... :,- '/ I;: BURROUGHS ;AR.C.

team : "Up its tweUth"vlctOl'7 ,
of the with defeat Misses Ann Massey and Dante .
: season only one
,:- ." For Further ,Information, Writ : SO far, here Tuesday night. Bers! | left Wednesday for New
overcoming Lake 51. Orleans, La where they will take
City 75 to Allen And Odhner
;... REGISTRAR ,. Dannie Floyd accounted for 23 of their test a.t! Charity hospital ha I
order to enter for nurse training In
the winners' points, Joe Adams for
i (. JENYETHEL N. MERRITJ/: ._ 17 and -BOly Rutherford) for 20. SeptembertJyw
it" Lake City won the B'came 36 to I'

?t" o* 3L' ; Tires $1235 ADDING MACHINES,

CANDIDATES Regardless of 670 x 15, AD-Weather. tube-tjpc.. I
"P8I.. T .
',".,; 1 IH1 I- ; what'yW may think after. .t'ptu* tax.and recappable tire,. "J,

L: Jkl141ES l' :jCARDENER .'. the "'ejection, many voters' "":M E'S s't'R-". -.* + OFFICE SUPPLIESI
and do
can readj so'give, t.m .
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your "
Termites Swarming? courteous competitors do all "-

i CALL the advertising 1 Dial The E-R

SALE SALE SALE BurkeExtenninating HU ad 3-6361, Mrs, Wilson.and say", "Gimmean n e o e o I .. ..

I Dorothy Gray Cosmetics Co.: CHERRY LAKE NEWS .-firDAYLIGHT .

Phone 2934 Perry i FJorlda. ,. -

"l t. __ ..' MARCH OF DIMES

Hormone Hand Cream ;' : PROGRAM SPEECH CLASS 'PRESENTS* Mrs Sue Wlatt, chairman of the
J j -
Cherry Lake Polio Fund Drive,

I g2.56 size, NOW$125' .. reported $18940 was netted from
v, the drive and
: : "l' The Speech Class of MRS pre- expressed appreciation
: : rated show in the' high school to all for their cooperation.The SPECIALS FOR QUICK SELLINGuErrs .

;, I, Dry Skin Cleanser 1-V!! ; : auditorium Wednesday morning to Mothers of the community -- ALL MEN'S CAR COATSREDUCED ;
': funds for the polio drive.The marched Thursday night Jan 28th.
$2.25 stee: :1NO\V"\ $1.25 j show was directed by Mr Orris receiving a good ONE-THIRD OFF
Day, speech teacher, and it was response.Cherry Flannel Shirts SI.98
$4.00 'fiize, NOW $200SaloiiCoklCreain Lake School's March of
by the speech class.
I ,. The show gave: the history of Dimes .was a success with the 2.93 and $3.95 Values AND SEE IF WE HAVE ONE

i \ jazz and ballroom dinting since sixth grade. Mrs Eva Smith, MEN'S YOU LIKE

,; 1700. teacher getting the most donations.
The show started in the 1700s They were awarded a social. Shirts $2.95
Corduroy LADIES
i $255 size, NOW $155 with the waltz. FAMILY NIGHTA
$4.00 size, NOW $2.00 Singing the Tennessee Waltz Family Night sponsored by $3.95 ValuesJIF'N5 .
were Sue Lamb, Sarah Taylor, Gowns
t Outing $1.69l.
the Friendship Class last Monday -- -' ---
Margaret Kelly, Sherrie Raker
''t Special Dry Skin Mixture and Linda Harris Dancing the night was enjoyed by 54 $ S VALUES '
waltz were Mary Kay Burnett, people at the Baptist Church. Sport-Shirts SL95
Delorfse Wadldns Melvin Wells The bountiful covered dish.
$4.00 size NOW $2.00
I 9 I and Arnold Haire. supper was spread on tables In $.93 values-Some made by CHILDREN'S ':.
The I800s brought the two-step the Recreation Hall of the church
OEYATr, : which was demonstrated by Arnold and served buffet style with Iced Wings Oxfords $1.98Sizes i I
Hair, Melvin Wells Mary Kay tea and hot coffee. ALL 3.95 AND 4.95 VALUES <

.v Burnette and Delorise Wadldns After the supper the group assembled NOW ONLY $2,95 to 3 $2.69 Values. f
\\l1l1e'a"ne Gibbs, Sandy Hower-
Smit4 ; St ton, Jimmy Stanley, and JIm BantIng In the auditorium for the COTTON ,".
: -- --- --
aLJNU oreS sang Sentimental Journey Atom program. MEN'S

time Ragtime music was A quartet composed of Bob Sheet Blankets $1.49

& H GREEN STAMPS ON ABOVE popular and Annell Ragans played Milner, Ceo Shaw, Donald Wilson ,

Madison! Florida 12th Street Rag on the piano. and Rev John Collins sang The Size 70 x 80; $1.93 Value Work Shoes $3.95Plain
The 1900's featured the Charleston
Old Rugged Cross" andWhat a
., -- done by Teens Bunker and.' Friend. We Have In Jesus" ALL $-1.95.BLANKETS' NOW ] Toe-Composition SolesA

; Wanda Williams. In this period we An inspiring film on "And Make GOING FOR $3.88 GOOD BUY!

Slight Charge Shop Eagle's Dynam- had variety came the of Blues.jazz To and illustrate dancing.First Disciples" was shown by Mrs Shaw. -

A slight charge_ is made for: Item Days Sale. Page 2 Sherrie this period Raker.were Linda Margaret Harris Kelly De, TOUR/ COCA-COLA PLANT Daylight Dep't. Store.

A ALL ENTERTAINMENT lorise Wadkini and Wayne Gibbs ,
NOTICES \, singing the St Louis Blues. This Stanley William was to charge .

(regardless of sponsor) -1 GREENVILLE., f. _BAPTIST_ _. CHURCH was followed, by the Old Piano of U&" program at the Lions' dab -- MADISON. FLORIDA._ '.
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A ALL NOTICES OF MONEY Roll Blues sung by Sandy Hower- meeting Tuesday and tesfea of
RAISING PROJECTS The Greenville Baptist chUrch enjoyed ton Jim Bunting Arnold liaire I the usual program style took the OAK IEL NEWS! /
(regardless of ) a ? day of services and Jimmy Stanley. -
sponsor members on a guided tour of the
Sunday. The pastor prea.checon: The jitterbug became popular In
the theme. Why I Am A Baptist 1940. Dancing this were Melvin local Coca-Cola phutt. -
ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY: at the morning. worship; hour and Wells and Wanda Williams while He showed the metfcsdous: care Mrs Tommy; Hammock was bestow

KIND on the subject A GIOingVitness Jim Bunting Jimmy Stanley and taken in having the bottle Jn. 26 to the Oak Hill H. D.
(regardless of organization) at the evening. Sandy Howcrton sang :Mississippi. thoroughly' washed and cleaned, i i Cfttb. Mrs Bobby Buchanan president

Prices are reasonable. Rising production Special music was furnished by To bring the swing era of jazz all by machinery, and then their, praicfed. D voUorwl' was given
costs force us to omit ALL the church and carol choirs. Miss were Aroell Ragans Teena Bunker, transfer through the Hm to be by Mrs R P Buchanan, MrsJlowaM r
FREE ADVERTISING.THE Suzanne Strupp is director of the Mary Kay Burnette. Louise Brown said Coodjr led in prayer. Mrs i I
filled and rapped. Stanley .
ENTERPRISE-RECORDER: carol choir. Both choirs plan to I and Gayle Jones singing When You : T T Morrison conducted a qaiz.on
sing in the State Music Festival in Were a Tulip. This was followed by 'they were equipped to turn out :length of membership In H D Club.
THE WEATHER Perry First1" Church February 26- I the boogie period as indicated by ninety ease of the hewn g a an Good reports were given by the

Margaret Kelly playing Boogie hour. chairmen. .Mrs Almond ZJpperer

27th.The Lord's Supper will be observed Woogie at the piano. At the condusHn of the tour, brought to our attention then<<'d Yes, stop and you'll see that

Week ending Feb 2nd this coming Sunday morn- The most recent addition to everybody' was presented with a for a cancer loan closet in the there is folks .. "
Max. Win JU. ing. jazz and ban room dancing Is the number of souvenirs, Including county and the dub voted to sup- a reason why <

Wednesday 72 46 .07 The.Junday School and the bop. This was Indicated by the ,serving trays, bottle openers, pencils port this. The program, Time and choose. their places to stay-

Thursday 71 51 .09 Training Union are moving forward. class doing) the bop while Margaret rulers, .and calendars along Money to Spend was presented by AND COME BACK AGAIN.

Friday 63 57 37 Good plans for promotion of the Kelly played In The Mood. with l ice-cold bottle of the pro- Mrs Zipperer. This gate us a new I
58 46 .50 work In each of these departmentsare Narrators for the show were I an understanding of what It takes to Alkahest Celebrity Bureau
Saturday being made. Emphasis is being Sandra Raines and Eddie Musser. duct.Visitors be a good manager.
of Atlanta books
regularly nc- fCommoda
Sunday 52 47 .02 the meeting included
placed on visitation( and good programs OTHER EVENTS Dew! refreshments and vIsit-
Monday .." ....' -' '..... d. .,- ? -.CX1.esda.y \ In the Training Unlon.l The The student council as well as Bill Stokes of the Wells FurnitureCo ing were enjoyed during the social t !ona (here .'for their .
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recently for each department and been about as busy as a school who Is getting up a Community hour.WMS of Pinetta First Baptist i : .
Total 1.25 visitations, preaching attendance could possibly be. We wish to Men's Chorus here. church metFeb 1 for a mission JOHNSON MOTEL features :"

Rainfall week ending Jan 30th and! training of teachers and officers mention now several activities that ____ program on Panama Canal and \
Mattresses I
O Beauty rest '
"at Gibson Tower 1.90 in, Lovett are being stressed. we have sponsored: SCHOOL BOARD San Bias Islands. Mrs W L Wynn
t Tower 2.40 in, Aucilla Tower 2.40C The Brotherhood had splendid One of these was the New! Year's' APPROVES BIDS was In charge. A short business Ceramic Tile Baths ,.. .
program and a good supper last Eve dance held at the 'Voman.sClub. session held afterward. "
in, Sinclair Tower 2.20 in, :Mill was Controlled Heat I
week. The dance was a success and O |
Creek Tower 2.30 in Madison A bid Rev W L Wynn and 1IrVesIey
himself. on the timber on the r
The WMU is doing a good workin ocryone seemed to enjoy Downing attended the Brotherhood 0 Conditioning : J
forestry headquarters 1.50 in. North Florida Junior :
College site
" missionary education.On Next was our Teens Against .
meeting at Midway Monday night -"-'
Rainfall for month of January < the evening of February 22nd, Polio Dance held in MHS cafe- was received and approved by the Mrs Sally Hammock has been G Room T-V :'

3.821n. at 7:30 o'clock a very interesting I torium on Jan 29. During the dancewe Board of Public instruction In spending some time wijh her daughter Carpeted Floors .
Sun rises Feb 5th 7:24: am,I and important film will be shownat proudly crowned our lovely regular session Wednesday morning. Mrs Marshall Crosby In Lake >

sets 6:13 pnxMoon I the church to which the publicis 1960 March of Dimes Queen Miss The bid of Cecil Sullivan was City You, too, will enjoy your stay t
Brotherhood Is Robbie Cruce. Her attendants were *
Invited The
sets Feb 5th 1:38 am. '" accepted Mr and Mrs R L Crafton and with in these ,k
sponsoring the film which is named Miss Annell Ragans, and Miss quiet, relaxing -
Moon in constellation of Aries The bid of McGowan Electric son Harry returned Tuesday froma '
*** '" "':';;' 'CapturedPrbe Susan McCoy. surroundings
Feb 5th.. : Supply Co: TafihMee. 'on electric visit with her sister Mrs J D
church has a program that We would like to"eneornage '
High tide Feb 5th at St :Marks Mill challenge and interest one and everyone to join us in our drive I equipment for shower and dressingrvrns brother Xcwbern Mr of J "Auburndale F Crafton of and Odessa.his Stop here on your next trip to ,\;

light 9:10: pm. alL It Is Christ centered and for the New March of Dimes-It, at the North Florida, Junior On the Madison and
way home they visited recommend *.
church centered. Is Indeed .a very worthy cause. College
; Miss Helen Crafton Gainesville.
; OSCAR MOBLEY Chairman MILS Student Approval of preliminary plans The new Polio Drive was well friends. *
r HOUSES SOLD Council Publicity for the seine building for the tal:eel care of here with the PTA .
at Suwannee River Junior Collegewas sponsoring the mothers March Jan
Oscar Mobley passed away
l R" received from the Sta .*.School 2y dad a benefit basket ball game JOHNSON MOTEL :
the Madison County Memorial vRealtoraaBroadui. Willoughby re- GRAY LADIES ELECT OFFICERS : Jan. 30. Two hilarous .
games one
morning, Feb sofdMklrs Birdie Mae James' architect at Tallahassee.Mrs .
Wednesday centiy
Hospital for adult adult ON MYSTIC _
Madison Cray Ladies met Tuesvday women one LAKE ,
3rd. Funeral services"will be held house on the Quitman road to Elizabeth BUlock was employed men were played.! The School -children One mile West of Madison :Fla.
evening in a dinner meeting
\ at 2 p mSunday, Feb 7th at Ume Winston S Walker and the Harri- far secretarial, work In the managed the food concession Catering to. the Commercial Man" ':
I Sink Baptist Church. The body son house on S Horry St, owned at Hotel Madison to elect officersfor I Board office to fill the vacancy i Mrs George Williams PTA president $
the nw year. I made by the resignation of Mrs ..".. ".".
will rest at the home Irom 11 a m by Mr and Mrs John Havron to was chairman.Mr .
servIce. Till- ;Mrs Azel Zipperer. Mrs Esther Watson retiring: Betty Sirmon. I W I Reaves spent several KEEP- -'- '
i until the hour of. the Mr and I UP WITH POLITICS:
In chairman presided and Introduced! I days in. Pine View General HosjpitaJPiast -
, Funeral Home
man-James ? the speaker, Mrs George Shaw of I .ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDMr week for tests. I IN THE E-R
charge. Termites Swarming ( the nursing staff of the local hospital Mr& Hattie Hughes of

. ..:- CALL who gave an Interesting talk and Mrs Rudolph Sapp, of nooga) Tcnn. arrived vJan. Chatta.1!STOLEN CAR RECOVERED HERE, r
t spend some time with her daughterI3fra'Y
' on the activities of the Gray Cherry Lake announce the engagement I Heaves. I I A '56 Ford Victoria awtomebHe :

; Radiator RepairingfflcWIIUAMS Burke Ladies. It was reported that the a I of their daughter BettyJoyce Mrs John HoHingsworth entered stolen at Huntsville. Ala, was ife- :

local chapter had contributed 3300 i I) to Sidney Sale Lt S A Pine View General hospital Monday I covered here and Gordon William t

GARAGE Exter1 t 1tg, Co. hours of senior in 1959. who Is stationed a, Wes tover F.j for surgery. McVay of that city was arrested .

New officers elected were Mrs I Mass The bride-elect will graduate I Mrs Lara Coody is able to be here last Saturday morning at

,f "'" ........ ......"...":,,.... t:;,,+ Phone 293.J Perry, Florida W B Clark chairman,' and Mrs from: Madison I0h School in out after a recent illness. I;7:45 by Chief of PoHco Cherry and i
i}" Dan Griffin co-chairman, A thrqe J Mrs Bascom Coody is on the sick charged with the crime. i

I' I... 'IF your wife ccw't park that "mofHt. .P*.... course menu was served the... Lt 'Sale also graduated fromMaibonjjYligh. list Bus this is in week.,a Tallahassee Her father Mr hospital Bob I At the time of the arrest MeVay !.

, ., 4' twelve guests He ? of Mr >
' rand son I Mrs Stacey Delahunt entered a ;was changing a, tire on the ear on'
: ilrs.Sam; Sale of Cherry Lake. Jacksonville hospital last week. Range starlet in front of the Court'

I' t" 'ATTENDS FASHION SHOW The couple plans June wedding Fifth Sunday Union services House. /

,IJ :. ; Mrs Flare Broeden returned were held in 'the Methodist: church I McVay waived extradition andf
Al k'i Mr and Mrs J A Jan. 31 with''Rev W'L Wynn
I Tuesday front attending the Spring Bentley entertained oeI.I was 'accompanied back to Hants t

:. 4, Fashion, Show at Atlanta. .- with a dinner party Mon joy"ville :Sunday by the Sheriff front-
i ? day night at their home. Guests included ;!that city .
I Enroute home Mrs Breedcn Mr and Mrs Fred Mickkr f next Union services in May will be,-- .--- :. !
.t..t! tinted Mr and Mrs W D Mcdnnis and their guest Mrs( Nat Norf eat held at Pinetta First Baptist church t

f I _____ In 'C Greens&ro, Gsv of Bethesda, Md Mr and Mrs J P WE ARE'HEADQUARTERS .l
Morrow' Mr and Mrs E P SandersJr. Mrs Fat Shore, of Quitman. ishrc

CANDIDATES-Regardless off sand Mrs R L Milliner. The for m visit with her daughter, FOR MAJOR APPJIANCES i

it' .. CHECKV111t i, u 11.. [what you ,may 'think f after party was 'Complimenting K -T.Mrs ..Norfleet. Mrs 39 H Moore I

.I; :r '. [the ejection, many ,+roters -4- -l4) :It i 1 1-. -V
,\ $ ; .. I s re | Kb Joyce LHUeton'of FSU '& : : WFSTERN3!
.I ,: and'doc rid;. sd jrye 'em Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in
&T can ;
,_ ._ .'.." ,. .- :.0 ...J spending'" the mid-term vacation ;.
. YOUR RAMBLER DEALER : 1 our--pi'teb*for*a Vole ini\heJ\ hero with her f parent*; Mr'and:,Mra C-inJbun 40c, .. MWWr '
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A&nissions: Tony Kelley Charles .
Hitchcock. F M Salter Mr Robert D D
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I Clarence Jordan,. Bobby Davis, *....
Mrs Virginia Gross Mist Agnes

Burnett, Mrs Mary Elizabeth .; ) 0S

Pearce James Stutta, Peter Shea, r: ,, '
Ray Coffee, Jim Bunting, Martha *>* ...,

I Starling Robert Williamson Fred. .

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I Discharged: Miss Missouri Fox i2 M

Ray Coffee Martha Starling, J P i
KIng. Mrs Shirley Copeland, Bobby fi Q

Williamson, Mrs Fannie Barrs and iI

baby, Mrs Loney Lather, FI <

f N. Salter Mrs Ann Tudor Jim' Bunting i II ) ::! = \";": .

Mrs Susie Hitchcock, John i
Wayne Burnette Henry Thomas
I Scene from the BLACK HILLS PASSION PLAY opening next Mrs Inez Smith and Mrs AWe BANK "'l ;,'

Sunday In the outdoor- _. amphitheatre: at Lake Wales.I Gibson and baby girl .


:ALL CANDIDATES. -Express ;Shop Eagle's Dynam- and Mrs L&mar Pearce of -
Madison Fla announce the birthof
your love and devotion for the J Item Days Sale. Page 2 a baby girl, Jan 28. She. weighed nH
voters with E-R ad. ro
an 8 Ibs and 1% ozs. _rr?
We Near Mail Box
BABY COPELA'NDlr are as as your
Adult Education Classes CROUP ORGANIZES ) and Mrs Robert B Copeland.

of Madison, announce the birth of Look Into this fast convenient way of transacting your

For High School Credit''A Great Books Discusrfon! I Croup a. son Robert Benjamin Copeland banking business! You can make all your deposits and ,;

organized here last Wednesday Jr. Feb 2nd. lie weighed 9 Ibs. withdrawals by MAIL ,
night in the library of the North Mrs Copeland 'is the former Miss
To Begin Florida Junior College at a second 'Shirley Suter of Shrewsbury p'

meeting of the group.A BANK OF GREENVILLE, t
E Hofflander, instructor of England.COLORED \ '. .:
be-- ; '
There will an organizational PATIENTS DEPOSIT .
Mathematics, and James Moncrief MEMBER OF FEDERAL INSURANCE
meeting for all adults interested Sadie Fields Jane! '
who are of the department of History. NFJC, Admitted .' QUANTITY
in graduating from high were chosen moderators. Smith. John D Lewis and Ruby RIGHTS

school or getting a General Equiv-. Howard C Wills' Jr of Memphis, Thomas. GREENVILLE, FLORIDA RESERVED
valency Diploma, in Room 3. ,
,Term representative of the National Discharged: CeoIbCVQght.. -- ,
Science Building, North. Florida I - -
i .
Foundation and outlinedthe
Emma Moore Ella Smith, German
Junior p. m. College, February 9 at 7:301 courses of study. lie also led Mobley and Gladys Joseph.Practical VALENTINE suggestion for LEE NEWS NOTESMr I I HICKORY RANCH or
the group in the evening's discus. ALL CANDIDATES Express
These classes are authorized by r RA TII'S RACORNBREAKFA3
the Adult Division of 4State De-I sion of Plato's Apology and Crito. your love and devotion for the Hanson Humphries of Pelham.
The movement is sponsored by the
Nurse Course Go
partment of Education and will be!: Suwannee River Regional Library voters with an E-R ad. : came down last week for a few
days vMt with Mr and Mrs A RHumphries. I :
of no' cost to the participants except -
Meetings will be held twice a
for personal material:, month on Monday evenings. Next I Begins MarchApplications 7 .
Plans are being madq for the meeting to be 7:30 p. m, Monday Bi-Monthly I The Rev E W McDougal and

classes to meet twice a week on deb 15. The study at this time daughter, Miss Lynda left Tuesday

Tuesday) and Thursday nights for will I be Sophocles: Antigone. are now being accepted Hopewell Held afternoon for a few days' visit

a period of about ,two hours. for those planning to enroll I t with relatives and friends in At- iBAC

23-lt-ch in the Licensed Practical The bi-monthly meeting of the tonta.
LEE NE\VS\ NOTES Mr and Mrs WaWron Ua.ms' .
APPROACHING I Training Program whim will be WMU( of Hopewell! Baptist church: f"rent
MARRIAGEMiss to Cocoa last week to visit
initiated North Florida was held at the home of 1IrsVal-. ...
by Junior
lace Ragarw on January 26, at 7:39 i; their son and daUhter-In-law! Mr .
Elizabeth Nell Alectzo, Mr and Mrs James Williams College beginning March 7, 1960 p. m. with eight members present. : and Mrs Clifford Kagans. :, US COVT GRACE; T t J t.

daughter of Mr and Mrs Elmore were week end guests of their The LPN Training Program provides Mrs Mark: Hughen gave the Miss Lillie Claud of Jacksona t.1J1e .

aicclzc'II of Jacksonville, will be parents, Mr and Mrs John Mickler. a wonderful opportunity for troduction with Mrs Lou l1a In-j \ came up Sunday for an overnight ::,;' CHUCK

married$ to Alfred Floyd Welch, and Mr and Mrs J .Williams of those desiring to prepare for giving a talk on today's "Broken, vlllt with Mr and Mrs Ed- I h

son of Mr and Mrs Ted Welch of Lee. Mrs Williams remains for a careers in the nursing arts. LPN : Lazes" The hostess Mrs Ragans I ward Whitty and children and to !
help Claudia Ann celebrate her,
Madison, Feb 15 In 'Trinity Lutheran longer visit. nurses are in short supply and are then gate a topic on "Broken ..YI4q
Mr Jimmy L Abbott soninlawof 6th birthday. She had several of her ,
Church,, Jacksonville. in urgent demand by our hospitals Homes. A very Impressive article I
J '
.1 Mr and Mrs John Mickler of our doctors offices, and our nursing was presented by Mrs Jack Wynnon playmates for lunch, and for games :.. .
I Let, was transferred Wednesday I in the afternoon which made the 4:
"Broken Hearts", ; with
Mrs L M Mills of Monticello is hospital homes. These wcllrtrained LPN dealing affair ., .5
from Tallahassee Memorial -] the children of today and the a very happy occasion. < ;" 5'k
spending several weeks in Greenville to Boston, Mass where he nurses command good sabries, but obscene literature being presented I Mrs J H Williams visited her ;,

with her daughter, Mrs A L will undergo further medical treatment more important they contribute to them through the magazines sister Mrs P Williams of Clyat..f .
Leggett Mrs Abbott accompanied her significantly to the welfare of the and movies. Mrs Albert Kelly read I villa last Friday. "," ;.
husband along with a special nurse sick from Judges 7:19-21 and talked on Mr and Mrs A E Ragans went ,. Yi
NOTICE TO CREDITORSFlorida by jet ambulance. Mrs (tAbbott Is This training program consistsof the subject of "Brokep Vessels/* up to Adel, Ga. Saturday afternoon ,; .

the former Dorothy Mickler. She twelve months of well-planned I Business pertained to the date of for an over night visit with their't .I
that Jimmy made'the trip mother, Mrs Zulu Ivev and other .
Statutes .. reports study and practice experience. the Home Mission Study Course, '
IN THE COURT THE COUNTY I i relatives. They also visited rela-;
Of fine.Mr Classes will be held in the old "reaching: Rural Churches, with I
JUDGE, :MADISON COUNTY; and Mrs Willie Serer were I :Mrs Albert Kelly making the mo-i tins In Valdosta enroute home.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE..... week end guests of their parents, Hospital Building at Madison fora lion and seconded by Mrs Marie Mr Benny Whitty of Gainesville

... In re: Estate of Carlton E Croom, 'the W C Severs and the Robert four-month period and practice I Hughen that the meeting be heldon carre: up for a week end visit with

Deceased. Bcllflowers, of Lee. experience will be gained in the I February 16, at 6 p. m. at the his pare.ntsIr and Mrs J B
TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSON'S hospitals at Madison and Live Oak Hopewell parsonage. The meetingwas Whitty. .

HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS ;Miss Ruth Sims. of'Lake City, I for approximately eight months. then dismissed by Mrs Albert i

AGAINST SAID ESTATE: spent the weekend with her I Those interested In this training Kelly after which refreshments of Miss Martha Selman of Madison

You and each of you are hereby mother Mrs J L Sims; at Cherry may secure application forms or coffee, cookies and cheese sticks and Ga Miss Judy Davis; of Albany. FULL CUT
notified and required to presentany i were served spent the Past. week end atMacon '
by Mrs
additional Information by writingthe Ragans and '
claims and demands which you, Lake. ", enjoyed by the members Ga, attending Homecoming ROUND
either of have -x- :-* Director, Division of Practical festivities at Mercer University '
or you may against 1 S
the estate of Carlton E Croom,; Mrs Virginia Grosjy3s under Nursing North Florida Junior guests of Miss Florida Davis. ..... .
deceased* late of, said County, treatment for a ,hoaoPInjury. at College, Madison. Some may find DANCE 1 or CUBE

to. the County Judge of. Madison the local. hwpital.." She sustainedthe it more convenient to stop by the The :Miss Agnes Burnett suffered an .;
Future !
County, Florida, at his of fice.ln the Injury when she fell In the Administrative Offices of the College America Homemakers of Injury to her left thigh and hip :

court hpyjp ofaid 'County at I bathroom at her Jjomc,.rS.Saturday.x In the Tri-County Electric! dance this are Friday giving a Valentin\tin I a home aeekfent- about 9 am.' '.. M1a6 BONELESSQUALITY
Florida night In the
Madjsonf: within eight :' Monday, when she lost balance and .. .
\ Cooperative Building, or telephone MHS cafetorium. :
calendar! months from the time of They have hade .
the first publication of this notice. Miss Ethel Hopkins has returned Hunter 3-2288. contest for the Valentine .Sweet I fell. She is a patient at the local > %'*"

lEach claim or demand shall be in from a week end visit In '.Jacksonville All Interested In a career in heart t'ODpltand plan to buy some hospital. f, CONTROLLED G RO
writing, and shall state the place with Mr and Mrs Jack, Hopkins.A Licensed! Practical Nursing are. Invited plants for the school grounds With --- -----

of residence and post office address to apply. the proceeds Shop Eagle's Dynam-
of GreerMlle was ; RATH'S
A L Leggett .
of the claimant, and shall be KEEP UP .
sworn .to by the claimant, his agentor admitted to Tallahassee MemoriAl METHODIST WOMEN WITH POLITICS II I : SMOKED BUTTS
I Item Sale. .
week. IN THE E-R Days Page 2
hIt attorney, and any such Hospital early this r rr .
claim not so filed shall be void. 'GRADE SUGAR CUPFD LM
for City Missions was the subject of dIll'AI'r"'AA____ ----- --- ----- ._
JULIA CROOM PROCTOR, as VALENTINE suggestion ei_ (':" '
Executrix of the Last Will and ALL CANDIDATESExpress the program :Monday afternoon at I HOG JOWLS

Testament of Carlton E Croom, de- love and devotion for the the meeting of the Methodist f. .
a- scd. your Woman's Society at Fellowship We Buy Your Pecans :
E-R ad. f'.l
First publication January 22 1960. voters with an Hall TABLE

Mrs C C Matheny, chairman : 0

.# and members of the lfaddrn-Mfor- IN ANY QUANTITY f READY .

: Attention, Tobacco Farmers! and row Mrs Circle S H presented Moore, Mrs the I program Harris I See Us For Red Bliss Seed Irish Potatoes t:

and Mrs Pat Millinor assisted with
We now have In our warehouse short talks. Rev Paul Toochton

f ; told of his experience In settlement GA. RED SEED SWEET POTATOES ; c u
> work, and Mrs J B Davis told of ;;
; 1. Complete line of FUNGICIDES tobacco plant
; htt1s1t to Wolfee
.bed diseases. << House I
., ., Tampa. The opening .,...... ....
2. INSTANT 'fertil. : for devotional was read by Mrs Evelyn See us for your: FEEDS CROCERIESPRUIT'v "!i ". 12OZ
-1 Xi -VIGORO (water'sol b1e %) Taylor. !

..;, 4 tobacco ,beds and transplanting.I .., ...' The Helen Parramore circle bad VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS PXGFRANKS

t.t ,. charge:: of the tea hour which followed < FRESH CAUGHT
; ,3. Soil fumigants. LARD CANS SEEDS
the program and served .
; 11'" ar 'p "fhie punch and small cakes. SEE US FOR WlMBERLrS NEW CANE SYRUP SHRIMP tI



The Junior Woman'.' dub will
meet Monday night at the ClubHouse J I. LESSONS 11

:' WAREHOUSE ...: for a program on The :

r : f American: Ideal." Mrs Carl Sewvll.2lrs FRESH CAUGHT
; c/o WARING WYCHE & SONS W E Stewart Jr and Mrs nu a-z ss ..
t. "
/ : .' ::i Lawrence Roffe will be bosttSJd.L. .

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I (TREE lor ten days.

Ii. uJAitIJ BILLIONTH i Fred Frazier, drunkenness sentence -J

1A1 I withheld due to fact defendant

I is a tubercular patient .

1 Charles Jerome Wilder speeding .
. ----- .
I bond estreated.
Della Brown, driving while" intoxicated -
Verdict of guilty $100or

sixty days and drivers license, gp0i

,revoked for three months '

I.! MICKLER'SSTORE s t John Henry King driving while ----- --

a+ t : intoxicated. Verdict
I of guilty $100 Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in

t or sixty days, and -drivers license 6-in bun 40c.WHITE .
revoked for three months. '

: FOR MEN i : :I Mary Ella Savage petit larceny, TOP DRIVE-IN

: I r- t $ lii1 $25 or thirty days. Also, drunkenness I Johnny Brown Goodman, drunkenness S

THROUOH FEBRUARY, 15 All_ Sales_ ____ Cash.._ and Final .- : S3S or sixty days. ,. $25 or thirty days.
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Everything Half-price Up to 8.95BERMUDA i i,


34.95 Summer Up to $5.00 Summer j ,

Z 1 1f ,

19.95 Summer v ,*'V ;, Long Sleeve a


3.95Khakis. Van Heusen f \ PRICESGOOD

M & Blue Denims 1.49 DRESS'SHIRTS U PRICE As Governor LeRoy Collins wields the shovel, State Forester C II Quantity Rights L Thru

Coulter packs the dirt firmly) around the billionth tree to be Reserved Feb. 6th.

PRICES planted in Florida. The tree Is on the south side of the State FOOD S70RES

Capitol in Tallahassee Florida Forest Service nurseries this year

,,.,. 'd--, -;.'" -----(;;'': -- "'," '' -'- J.If--:t'f" 11' will produce approximately 150 million pine seedlings for distribution

..' n. ;jO: ; i at cost to landowners throughout the state.
.,,,' '?ij ,- .. '
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of cesslve length, $33 or thirty days

I I i-( County Court Drunkenness, $23 or thirty days: '
: )
.. c Lena
Lena Tommons alias Tim- ,

R >- mons. James Lowe. $35 or thirty : 'MaxweHouse\\
VALENTINE suggestion for (continued from last week days: Wade Simpson Coh'ardV 1

Sf5CYPRESS ? ALL CANDIDATES press j I Bonds estreated: Joe Navaira Jr, Howell William P Sword.

I your love and devotion for the James Alan Poole, Fletcher Otediah Jonas, open profanity, 1.LB. SAG

![GARDENS voters 'with an' E-R ad. Williams (2)V1Uiam Gentry $33: or thirty days. 39 rI'

w skdwn Any Marshall Anthony Joseph Callc, Arthur Henry Menard. Improper Umi one th a

.: rUSo LEAVE FOR PORTO RICO Jimmy Frank Hollaway, Dilworth passing, $33 or thirty days. $5.00 or mare
Junius Sherman R Krupp food Order .
Chief Master Sergeant lleny Kane Henry Samuel Edward Odom following I
Kelly Peter William Poll, Floyd too closely $23 or thirty days
THE BOOK SHELF and Mrs Kane and children Terry, ,
I Bcrtran Shawl Frederick Benjamin -
_....Among the books now availableAt Kay and Tom, left Monday for Tyler, Johnny Brown. Evelyn Eldora Williams optn profanity 1 I

the'Madlson County Library and Charleston S C, and thence to Porto Hasty, Billy Henry HowelL Ray $33: or thirty days.

The Bookmobile, is the best seller, Rico for a stay of several years with mond Paul 'Roberts, Drew Williams Speeding. $23 or thirty days:
Robert Lee
Drury's Advice ,and Consent. This the Army. They had been guests for James Floyd Bristol (2), Naomi JerryV Lackey,
I B Gerald
new author has ,created a lengthy two weeks of Mrs Kane's mother, Barnette Walker, Nancy Carole Shepard, George. ASTORSHORTENING .
LeGrande Price Jr, Albert
J novel in which a tempest Is stirred I Mrs Ruth Milliner, since leaving Swlgcr Henry Moblcy James
U S Senate confirmation .! their post In Nebraska.CUB Ta>lor. ,
up in the over Allen Ross Charles Gerome Wilder
Charles Clement McGill, driving
of controversial presidential R C Arnold ,
a Sylvester Bryant
I without license. $33 or thirty days. I
appointment to the ,position of SCOUTS MEET Thomas Frazier Ervin Milton ,
Elaine GUI driving without :
Kepner u
Two Madison Cub Scout Packs CAN .
Secretary of State; dwelling mainly Herring. Charlie Ray Williams,
I on the conflict of personal ambitions 'met Tuesday evening at Fellowship Willie Frank Baynard Georgia license $23 or thirty days. 4 J tinlt .
Hall E P Sanders Jr, was chosen Willie MWdleton Durden. permitting ,t
and human frailties the novel givesa Brown John Edward .
t Scout Master and S A Smith assistant HarrelL unauthorized minor to drive ":wren'i', 'S
grapMc picture of the wdrkings of George Chester TrameL : Food: JI
t Den Mothers named were Mrs Jimmy Lee $23 or thirty days. I ,. -p......,;...
the Senate. Godwin (2), Gordon D Jones,I t
Carl Sims and Mrs C R Watson Robert James Edwards, reckless
and assistants are Mrs B G Wyche Clyde Davis Boone, John Shannon
driving (willful aid wanton), $23
I and Mrs Lee Thompson Jr. On display Futch John Henry Jones, Raymond! .
Slwp EaiJe'S Dyiiaii.lteiDaysSakPage2 days.
I was the result of achievements Franklin Wesley, Samuel Herring: or thirty ,
Artls Bass, Improper tag $25 or
I including the building of bird
Jr.John thirty days.
orne. Also individual collectionswere
Henry Math,,
driving oo,
Willie Lee BetL improper passing
displayed. .
side of nolle "** CHOla
wrong road pressed.BillyJoe $33: or thirty day. x U. S.
V. Sheppard driving with: Pearl Beasley Crump, improper
out license. $25 or thirty days passing (on hill, $33 or thirty Leonard Robinson drunkenness,' days. lEG

plead guilty. Ordered to appear i Pattie Mae Thompson, driving

March 1st for sentencing. on left half of roadway $)0 or
Raymond McNalr Cochran failureto I
thirty days.Sallie 59
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control vehicle to avoid col. Mae Brown driving without ,

lision. 915 or ten days. license $3$ or thirty days. Only
Wadense Freeman drunkenness,
Jack Livingston, Insufficient
t. $25 or thirty days.
brakes, $33 or thirty days.
La'wV Williams, permitting
Franklin Lavon Stlnson improper -
unauthorized minor to drtRD..
tag, $23 or thirty da s.
tence withheld. I i
Charlie Latimer possession of
.. and were trading J P Tomlinson. worthless check moonshine whiskey $100 or ninety
made full restitution of check in

., higher( than ever' : amount of $32.66 directly to the days.Inetta White, possession of
I Madison Saw Shop, and sentence
/ moonshine whiskey, $100 or ninety ICE
to. ,,t them. withheld CREAM
!" George Hampton. drunkenness. days.Wilbur driving while I
Right now, well pay high trade-in prices for used 15 days In county jail to run concurrently Miller, T!
revoked, $25
tractors to recondition for used tractor prospects..Act with Sentence No L license suspended or

now and benefit from our cpedal trade-In deal Clerk instructed to issue capias and ten days and in default of WBEAAY
payment of fine, an additional JiGAUoH 59
instanter in following cases: Leo 'IYILLOW
ten daysMarvin
: Cavanagh !Marvin Ley'ebb,
MT..re preffft-mektiHI LeVebb, driving
Wilbur Miller.
: i..hfn.1 while license suspended or revoked..
fer yewr meitey ". Dock Falrcloth, d/iving while a
$23 bond truttd. Court Instructed
Intoxicated, $100 or sixty days
Trade now and get famous IH power and convenience and drivers license suspended for Clerk to issue a capias

features at a better price. Get the profit-maldflg three months. and set bond at $100.

'advantages of Fast-Hitch, TA, Traction-Control Paul Lee Bilge Improper passing ', Andrew Carter Improper exhibition .
and more. It's the, "Difference That' Counts"-'hie of dangerous weapon. $100
(on hill), $35 or thirty days.
difference in features..small difference In dolly bond estreated. Court Instructed
Speeding. $35 or thirty days:
Clerk to Issue capias and set bondat
John Lucas Brinson Bernest OLEO'11.Lb.15

% Ivy on ow : Montgomery William Robert Ab- $250.
Albert fraud In obtaining
.. ,TIN INCOME PURCHASE PLAN +.Jrf stein, Leran Warthaw. Hazel Tar-
a an operator's license, $25
ver Grigsby, W D HlgKbibotham,
You can own a new tractor on our IH Income Pur or ten days ;
Clarence Elmer Sheperd, Ina A
chaae Plan and let It pay for itself in use. Come in. Willie Mitchell possession of :
1'r Logan, Albert Forrest Taylor,
j James Gibson Courtney. Jerry moonshine whiskey, sentence with

.. t I..1nnrnuams.. Leo Matthew held at request of arresting officer
NfJe" _Jr & dut to defendant's physical con '..
, Wittev Milan Lee Aznera James dition. Defendant Is complete in-

l F RALEIGH-ASHLEY Lee Following Bolton. too closely $35 or valid.Mary B Hammock worthless

., r thirty days: Walter G Hardeman cheek bond estreated.
Wilson Melvin Cape! Jr. Nancy Carole Swiger speeding LOW LOW PRICES plus
Li ,
'.' ;: T& T COMPANY Jessie Jackson open profanity $23 or thirty 'cbys. and
: (public place$23 or thiity days. aside.. J
< treature set ,5 Green .
HU..3-2241... VAIDOSTA. "HIGHWAY MADISON,JLA.. 'James Andrew 'Robcrson,; ope 1 Leonard Hoyt Thurman, Improper lcfI.: Stamps i|i'
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,. .. -:,, -.'FUEirnr OF ,nils PARKING- ? rating vehicle with load of u. turn Verdict of guilty $23'

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:: SALE. Wayne Weger, Jeweler .. SALE :

t I '. 1 .. G SONTTE LUGGAGE AT 40%
S45 diamond solitaire $29.95 FII' QFF. Including opals pearls, .

I I $65 diamond solitaire 4Z95 OFFIU!! Monk, and_.birthstones for every.

$135 15-diamond Princess Ring month < %. .p "
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$149.50 15-diamoncl Princess. ,\ ,Ladies dk"., en's." FINE!
TO Ring $99.95. .. < lu. JEWELRY 30'OFF' regular
$99.95 12-diamond Princess retail price. .

_ BEAUTIFUL ELGIN Ring $64-95. -. J\ : I1IL1i1U

AMERICAN COMPACTS;' $150 dinner ring $75.00. a' aYATCH. BANDS for men and

, (they hold loose, pressed or $ q,7g double heart Friendship e : .ladies. Y'ALL GET 'EM FOR

, cake powder) Ring (one genuine diamond) HALF PRICE.

."" 8.95 value .. _.. .... 6.95 $14.95. ,. COSTUME JEWELRY AT

.. 4.95 value ......... .... ,. 3.45 HALF PRICE Many items are on sale BELOW

15.95 value .. .. :. .. .. 9.95 ". COST.
_,.. - C 1' /l'11"1 L .} FREE, FREE, FREE. ... <
rany Gift Items at Half Price
One-fifth carat ((20-point) dia-


w G 4'' TRANSISTOR RADIO RADIOS :;0:Full cut, fine color. Register ARE BEING CLOSED. OUT AT

w 1A Only 3 left To'go at only lOw "

fl .!(: ..I .:above. cost. Sale Ends Saturday, Feb. 6tL .

10 < '
j LARGE ASSORTMENT MEN'S 3195 model .......... 24.95 Admiral '4-speed stereo record /

'.' AND LADIES' WATCHES so.95; model .. ... .. .. 29.95 /
pig 89.95. Regularly sells -
OFF ALL NEW, TO GO AT HALF A9.As model ..... .. .. 39.95 AYNEU'. WEGERV

REG.PRICE.. 79.95 model .. .... .. ..64.50 for $129.95 elsewhere.



CANDIDATES - "Too Late To Classify"],
,. OPENING NEXT SUNDAY Irene's Semi-Annual -
put your best face forward with I
( an official No-Phool Foto. New Low Prices !
Ordinary mug Shot 2.00
THE E-R, HU 3-6361 I Two" houses In city limits,. on : '
;: ; .
Ccntey Road. Sec signs. V "
: Mrs Sheldon Brinson Jr of house home and income. Good large Sai' "...."
near postofflce.
Arlington, Va arrived Tuesday
morning called by the death of near One schools good large 5% house, large lot \ .':
mortgage money.
her mother, Mrs- -S G Owens.x .. Several. farms. Three dairies..: .- .., j .

Mr and :Mrs A C :McClain and ...Broadus C'- V
family of Qultman were visitors Wfllotfghby'REALTOR BARGAINS MLGRi!
here Tuesday. Mr McClain will bea .

foreman at the--Metal--Products.-- Res&enre Phone Office HU 3-G-IS1.HU 3-6481 bfadJ eat. ," BEGINS FRIDAY, FEB. 5,9 A. H. ,

I : UnfumJshea apartment I
: C COPBLAND. SR. IIU 3-2341.
stairs furnished apartment,dinette
\ .. : PRICE!
: and kitchenette, private bath and NUMEROUS TO MENTIONNO

LAKEttW ALES AMPHITHEATRE W Dade., .IIU 3-6243." 22.1t.- b -

,. t 'FEB;1.:HRU APRIL 17 :,: 1 HELP WANTED: Man or boy to :
help in milk delivery. Must be E""S '
E tcr)', Sun. at 6 PJ : .IieS.eats",., S 3.00. ,'$2. ( "ILY capable of taking over. route., See .
$2.00, $1.50 Tax).,nc.. WALKER.. "

Every'J Jt u' 1t t'J lUrs!\ j e fr, Children under12 '. USED .

1st. tit : : p I.t I ,- | ,>.., Ti, Price | AVON ... ". ... !1t\DISO&. I: '

\r' For. Res. & Inf. Write. BdxfFt, &ice' Wales-Ph. 2-0511
..r .. R' ,.;MI I Has a new weekly earning plan V
for women orer 30 who can
|Don let spur friendly,I GOODYEAR work at !least 20 hours a week. ] )
courteous 4 competitors do .? all I JflVS! BAY STATION MSS If you Tallahassee.qualify write Box 3103 4 :1 iiI1tJ:1'

the "advertising! Dial The E-R, '
HU 3-G3G1 and "Gimme
say .
an ad> ltIrs. Wilson. -'-*,. WINS TOURNAMENT I 1959 Cbevrelet t I, (
f 1.GI'CCr111e; Traminjr Schoolgirl NoticesA
\> i I
-HANSkNNEWS .", basket-ball team class "B Station Wagon clean
: state champions of las{ year won 1 1tr.s ,
( modest charge Is 'made for
rl>lne Crove Broth crho dtnet at \ tate Invitational TournamentIn four door $1995 public notices in this column). ru.Il. r K KV
the church Tuesday night Jan. 26 Lake City recently, by defeating OES w.ill install officers Feb. 11.
fox their first noeting. There were theigirls of Richardson High School 8 p. m. at Masonic Hall In Madison.
14'7 men and 2 RA boys present! of Lake City in the finals Richard
After a fish supper officers were son High girls were class "A" S 1957 Chevrolet Sale at Wayne .
elected. Mr WB'eaIs was, elected ;
state champions oflast Sear.The
president, Mr Fred Kelly rice-presi $1195automatic
dent, .Mr William. Collins Secretaryand Greenville boys had tosettle NOTICE OF INTENTION TO .
Treasurer1, :r.tr.n F Davis pro- for a second place trophy 210. -door< V-8, radio. heater. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME t'L ,1 '
grain chairman and Mr S P4\Odom after being defeated by a strong transmission' "
social .chairman. Next meeting will South Carolina High team in the
I bi this Friday night Fej 5, at J" final,Jn regularseason play the 1955 Ford undersigned NOTICE Is intend hereby to siren register that with the \' SAFi
o'clock. : AH'men interested In ,
'a girls have won 7. .lost none; the $8951 the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
brotherhood have a special lnvitaBobb boys won 8, lost41Candidates : f ordor. customize, v Madison ,
: County Florida the fictitious
tion;.. ... .!!>!t'**", ....." name: of CAVE'S FEED & \ DEPOSIT
i, Holman was visiting Panhandling FARM SUPPLY under which "
: 1955 the
hibnther-in-law and sister, Hey Chevrolet .. I
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Voters can't shake jrou: down undersigned are engaged in the City '"
11s E L Guna short 'wblleh
When talk to 'emjjii an E-R of Madison Madison County; Flori .
Sunday nllht. IPand you Station Wagon $995 da. That the names of the ownersof
B Mrs F Davis W spent Dais tie JNt4 weekend MrandAMcs 1 Ad._ :Ik1J !\' CAVE'S FEED & FARM SUP- '. It costs so little to.know "
PLY and their respective interests
;'lq Jacksonville,and St'Augus- GREENVILLE J'YJNS 1955 Chevrolet therein follows "" ;
mre as :
title 'with relativek .. ;:""".% I valuables re' ,
"t Greenville High School's' basketball -\ W M Cave Jr Sladison, Florida, yom: mIO
pin| GweVWMU "wUl rrteet Jn,1 team" umpecI i off I Ito,., a large i! '52$. .
tie home V of MrsjHoyt a1n\\TI>:t half time' lead ""Tuesday1 :aright and''ton[ Track, clean $795 < W R Cave. Madison Florida 48%. In peate of mind, aloife-a safe deposit box here is worlh' "
. any C&CCk, jUtcrnbap Ecl1-M>v.ft.> at 2:10.:, l.'i tjien belw even to overcome Jcnn1 1 W 11 CAVE JR.., many times its modest cost! It's so good \o! KNOW that .
R II Into 5ttojlL! Harold Johnson led 1953 Chevrolet 2 \V R CAVE, your arahzabfe-'papefs and :;'oth"ii'i.precI5us_ pdssesekns areaafF ..
18t for the As partners trading and doing *
the scoring with points from loss, thefE-f1raT--s--
|IW APHEADQUAR- business -1IDd6 the firm name and --
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ther.Pickets added *17 and 16 re- ton $695
MAM'AP- 22-tt IRS. FOR 1 spectiyely. Philip,Smith made 16 2 speed axJet, good tires, neon Florida Bank at Madison .
points and ,Wendell Wytm 15. for ditiooed motor. ;: r
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tau 1:26: through 2:5.Der.ti..a18e.diart .
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Lesson for February'7, 1960 I .

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PEOPLE get the strangest Ideas I
It was like, nineteen 1
centuries ago. When a thing has a,
been a success for that length of
time people forget that it ever &
trembled on the brink of failure., _
Names that have been honored for
nineteen centuries we think must I r :.y7viv. C

have been held in .9 aa .
*high honor from
the start When .t
the most we know i !t
about a place long -
.go is the namesf
some very Food 4'
people who lived orut Z
there, we suppose' r _. Ai 11pr:
everybody was ; iI""i. .
from the same -4BJHHxdoth \\ ". ... i '..,__. _... .
? Dr. Foreman \ 0
The plain fact is, Christianity '\.,
bad to fight for a toe-hold in thq ',' .:" ..
world In which it,was born. It was I _
not an irreligious world, the place : :
,. "n 'r
was swarming with religions. It '
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was not a world that felt "hungry I ; : ,.:..' IT'p .
for the gospel." It was not a world l
-where the "higher values" were

much sought after. In short It wasa ''I' ,f,",'W{'l
pretty discouraging place to p .t ., ',,' .
start. I : t, -. -'\_,> "

" Corinth, Cross-Roads Capital I ._ .. >', -. __

This was specially true at Poe I '. .
inth. Paul started the Christian I ,
church going in that city. He has
been known so long as an apostle
that it is easy to over-rate his
reputation at the time of his peak r
years. If you had got one citizen
of Corinth, any citizen at all by 4., .
the corner of his toga and told him (,i I -
the Paul the Apostle yes sir a real "

Apostle, think of that, was comingto '\.
the city and intending to start.a .
Christian church, the Corinthian ... .
would have said something w4 -. -
_. citizen : .0' to "$ ...

like"Apostlewhat's that? Paul'who's -, :.'; ....;THE. CHURCH FOR' ALL ,," '
'lie? Never heard of on.tor 0*' ,.. .., ,
the other.'Oh. a religionist is be? \ Church w the greatest factor on earth for s ) .". ." :

We kind'"here.more hope than he's enough not from of tit the A* \he building: ; of character and food citizenship. A man's got to lookafter his brother. -That' : h : ',' \

east? He is? From Jerusalem' t. at'It u a,storehouse",,-u""L" of spiritual values. Without. i1'W a "It' .. ha t Tiramy" said the other d ay,- as ,he stood. beside'. .'. y. t. '" ",.* .. .
Oh-a Jew Well, outside ft.being ronco..I1UJU1er neither Democracy nor I. i
a superstitious .lot, those : :) can lWYiT: There are four sound reasons wily\.' our baby. And I told him he was right You are.;so :,,' ''' .. ,: u, .
people are rioters by : atun.'K&rkl1n7 much than this little creature >f .. .. .
v5jery person should_ .attend serrkes regularly and stronger tiny, I said. ,. ., (
words,there'll be riotinc thf ? .
synagogue before that man's been. .. ., ;dulPrtthechurch. They are n I) For hts "From now on, you've got a real responsib'ilityr! ; 'J' ,

here Joec. You caa have Um.* ,own sale. (2) For hts children's sale. (3) For ) t'z!? r ,iT ,

That wouldn't exaggerate a bH afo e sale'of his community; aDd tioe. (4) For -- \ .\
the scornful reception Paul might A man does have to look after his brother :
aka of the itself which ;
Church needs his ; ,
expect la Corinth-sad he knew tt. ,'. nui| > : '1/
He wrote some years afterward' 4 :- moral and material support. Plan to jo to ',. especially when that brother is weak. But there are*. *. r
that he came to Corinth in week- church regetarty and read Bible It.moments. when even f' I./ #
your daily too the strongest man may. ;
ness (probably III health), and to .:. ,' r. yNfe .
,much fear and trembling-la mod- Day Book Chapter Verses- need a brother! ., .
tern} slang, he was all shook up. .
Z Sunday; John 2: 9.12 >

Pail Htf DualNevertheleu..tt Monday IJohn 20-21 t' d. .
In the
the Church all brothers
J of .
eyes men are r.r. :
Paul was, deter. . Tuesday Romans 9-10 ,
mined to start a Christian.church Wednesday Proverbs 't17. '17 ..,....' .. just as all men are equally beloved. As long as there 4H' :.,.;..- . t '
going la that big booming indifferent Thursday I Corinthians 16 13-14 .' '
city of Corinth. Not only were '. Friday John 10 910 r is a church near you, youare not alone. You' have" .J.(. .

there all the difficulties of makings Saturday Psalms 55 13-14 only to open the door and walk In- and you will be 'r: -
dent commercial city
on a large
but Paul himself had good reason at one with your fellow man .> and at home with} ,: 4 .
for not feeling at his best. He had ,. -t your brothers." '
just come from Athens, where (to
be blunt about it) he had been a :
flop. Indeed he had been chased out tfy..A
of more cities than he had been ear : + C.rlsk lN, JCr A/n$vnI. S/mfar* V*
invited back to. He had not stayed "" ,,,
anywhere long, he had to battle for p ...
the chance to be heard. Would he
do any better at Corinth No
Corinthians would bet on it '

As a matter of fact, in spite'of
the riot that did occur, just as you I ,'
might have expected in,spite <>f I These Beligioos Messages are being Published Each Week Sponsored by the Following Individuals and .

being ignored slandered, opposed,
threatened ridiculed he stuck_to Establishments: .? f< Y:' III I

at and won. When he left that Vf 'J f' '" >>III IJH Vot Vit WW 4 ...
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city he left behind him a Christian . MMM
.church which for all its faults had ...
church its aU their lifetime. ". .
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Rexall Store J. Jr. Owner .
Sale ,
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Split : ( ;
What kept Paul sticking to it? Phone HU 3-2300.; Madison, FU.M.ESS.ER Pboae HU 3-2383. U djsoa. Yb.r MADISON. FLA.
It was partly his own stubborn ;
temperament p&rtbha't.ng friends t Phone HU 3-2340... I-

who believed in him. But the main I ,
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that he was convteeea1 rr
reason was f
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be was doing God's work. People .
who get discouraged about the I # .f.. .
church ought to read about Paul ;.' MORROW INSURANCE QUALITY CLEANERS ., .
again. In spite of in health'actlreand AGENCY' J. B.! DAVIS, ,ham '*fWben ..
ad JATI'E : .
riots .
bitter opposition, .' ..* your elothei are not :bet,
threats of riots, in spite of the lt d1sen. FloridaFRALEIGHASHLEY Madison.IFJorida. : .. .: If
in gettter FLORIDAStl'AN I .: : ..
great difficulty he found >; eomln to you they houldbecoming .- .
l etter claes, .
members from the > '
in spite of the coarse materiaHem ..4 /* .:. I to uS .- Phone HU 3-2355 kr .

of a city like Corinth the poverty .... '>* >., '7 < '. \
of the church and Its many prob .. '. .. .. .'" ""- ..," "
lems. Paul did what be bettered ELECTRIC.CO. ,i "' Jy /

the Lord wanted him to do--eay;' .| TRf*' "1 ,* t *ar 't y 0

with it till the Job was dose. to F i Wiringfand; RMr -< ..- TRUCK TRACTOR CO. C&"m' MOTOR '.CO". .a' CHERRY'S "66" SERVICE.
church .
God surely wants his 4MADISON' I
succeed, today as at any time;tst fcrvMl1* .FLORIDAfcrv > STATION .
-.j i' Pbotx. irU 3-221 Madbon. Fla. Madison Florida !
the past But It Is likely to -e- .
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:seed in city or in country wfcer i. :,.. : @i..... ...,..,./1 e < .. .
ever it Sa, only U the people wo ".f Od !"! n" .
are responsible for It share si BMS! !i': t. ,_ e... 1 .

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, settlements, Old Town, General I My boy" you are no summer CARD OF THANKS
Andrew Jackson defeated Chief patriot. taking the words from
Thomas Palne's burning ATTENTION' !
Billie Bow in the SemInole essaY.. ,We wish to
Legs records how the fateful".passage express our deep appreciation -
r j War and later ct ,captured him was consummated A the thrilling Altention!! to all our friends for
' the beautiful floral offerings, ex-
victory achieved
Year In in Southern Dixie county and at Trenton. pressions of sympathy and all the
Weekly Subscription Per Year At the close of the EXECUTIVES
battle, .
the to'
Renewals $ .00 ended the war. Next week, many kindnesses expressed us
Duval Commander Rail lay dead e FARMERS at the time 6f the loss of our be-
" Advertising Bates Made Known on Application county. and a thousand Hessian troops were BUSINESSMEN lot ed wife and sister. Mary Margaret
captured later
to be
paraded We
r Ponder. pray God's richest
\k' Entered' at the M.88 Port Office as temd Frederick: the Great of Prussia.
f E under Act of March 8 1879. Shrine Of Patriotism Sincerely,
Lam Whose opinion no
r one would be Available for everyone.Ages N. B. PONDER Husband.

I OWNERS: T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT' JR. disposed the most to brilliant doubt, said.military"ThIs successin was : 1-79 MRS. C H. CLARK, sister.

" AND ASSOCIATES history." The German-born artist.
(By E. B. Browning) Emanuel Leutze. In the greatest Mr and Mrs Lee Tadlock and
MADISON RECORDER ESTABLISHED Probably no spot in all of America of all American patriotic paint- SeePhison Miss Susan Selman were week end
Is: NEW ENTERPRISE, ESTABLISHED 1901 It more sacred as a reminder of ins, has captured the spirit which Larry visitors at Green Cove Springs with

. ia CONSOLIDATED, JUNE 25, 1908 the sacrifice and courage of the effectuated this wonderful resurgence Representing Mr and Mrs Elmer Johnson.x .
founders of this nation than the of what appeared to be a "lost -
a I : ,. T. C. MERCHANT, ,Editor and Publisher' locale where General George Washington cacse." COLONIAL LIFE & ACCIDENTINS. Miss Connie Pepera of FSU is
- Editor and his heroic the mid-term vacation with
followers spending
T. C. MERCHANT JR.. Managing Washington Is shown standing In CO.
crossed the Delaware River December her parents Mr and Mrs Stanley
MRS. ,A. W. VAN City Editor the front of the boat and James
25, 1776. It was the most hippy Monroe' behind him holding the Also Representing Pepera.CARDOF'THANKS.
MRS.. W. E. WILSON, Advertising Manager. I privilege of my wife and me to
this I' Flag. Further Northwestern, Mutual Life
visit area November 29 1959.
back Is Washington's
get into,. we will have a big I We went there while guests of our Lord Stirling; while in theery {
I daughter and her husband and
Cool, Early SpringThe heart-warming time this spring, Mrs Arden S Brown now,living in front of the boat are shown two I thank all of my friends and
Voter for the' former fishermen from Cape Cod. neighbors for what they have done
with Mr Average Westfield New Jersey.
which was
No. 2 freeze I' Massachusetts, who are guiding the for getting a renewed appraisal of for the. Harrell family, during and
The Crossing is located nine miles
scheduled for the week end, time being king. The candidates -i craft. Elsewhere may be seen other the debt which we owe to the after the fire at our home. May
north of Trenton New Jersey, and
institution boats amid the floating ice. The founders of this nation. It is a
it threatened for. awhile are a great I approximately fifteen miles south of God bless everyone.
although total effect is Indescribable, for ,grand place to do some solemn soul- HARRELUCANDIDATES
% reach us and smiling and friendly, hopeful] Princeton; at McConkey Ferry. The one's MRS LUTHER
failed to 1' there that night beyond every searching on the depth of
at this writing is as and.helpful In some cases, at area where Washington landed on I doubt; were centered the hopes and patriotism and the value which is Rent an adding
weather the Jersey side is marked by the .
Some of least, it is too bad that tHey fears and the destiny of America. set on the priceless blood-bought;machine to total promises of support J
spring. I Washington Park.
of cool early Crossing State This is a wonderful place to go :heritage of Americanism.t from the deer peepul. TIlE E-R.
trees are in bloom all! can't win; but they can't, The point of embarkation now in:
the and they know that before they I Bucks County, Pennsylvania i* K .
earlier pear
and atrees few of the i i suitably marked by the Washington -

are blooming. Soon, upI come in. But it's a great life. Crossing Park Commission and I' 1 't,.,...):, I
the of Forests and I. !-
verycold Department f
less weather we"have similar some more to that of I Water of the Commonwealth ofrcnns'hanIL : ':: '. First. time ever I Prove it to yourself! I .' *.:. t/rIS '

week before last, we may expect Hard On TaxpayerA Among the developments close by .

everything puttingout. the river's western bank are the ',
to have good many of us-people parade grounds marked by the flags PLYMOUTH ;( "

.,. in business-had to send in the of the original thirteen colonies an :
auditorium and a museum showingthe .
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social security, withholding and 4
original painting of Washington ". '
CleanThe unemployment taxes, the past Crossing the Delaware by .:. ..
Kept week; and that, with social Emanuel Leutze. historical markersto .1./ .
is looking Bowman's Hill the Thompson- ECONOMY DRIVE ;
local cemetery security now at 3% each, withholding -
Neely House and the paved area
\ so much better now, since workmen beginning after $13 a where General Washington stepped .

have cleaned off the part week exemption, and unemploy- into his boat all intimately related -

that was for so long almost a ment a minimum of more than to the eventful crossing.One's .
'mind, involuntarily, goes 'lets Plymouth'sgas .
should I
wilderness. We never one per cent, is no insignificant back to the tragic plight of the you prove

have let that part grow up in item. It just makes it that I Revolutionary cause during those .

weeds as it did, and now thatit much harder for, business to darkest of days. Washington and .

is clean, it should be kept carry on, and is certainly one I suffered General Nathaniel defeat in Green New York had both and economy !

clean. of the factors causing inflation. had taken the path of suffering retreat ,

While ourselves, do not turn to New Jersey.- Washington'sarmy ., I u
had dwindled from 30.000 to w
Stays Out. any employees off, yet our 3,000. Some had deserted to the

comparatively small business red uniforms and better provisionsof -, J. ; At your dealer's now! YOU take the .wheel! >,-* "f' _
Senate President .; Dewey -
the British cause. More than r
had to pay more than a hun .

Jbhnson, althoughnewspaper the last said dred dollars unemployment tax to 27,000 the people British had Government sworn allegiance throw- YOU do the driving! YOU prove how theN .
articles to very
the past year, and of course' big In all hopes for a ,victory by
'that he was going to run for many other businesses much the colonists. :' Solid Plymouth gives more miles per gallon I r '

Governor, finally decided last I As the hired Hessians moved
If the take : t
more. they
money .
southward and took quarters at
week not to announce.. He ,said I from us were spent wisely, it I Trenton fears for up Philadelphia Go to your Plymouth dealer's and take the wheel of a regular .

that' the ,prospects were too would not be so bad, but when mounted and even Congress ran to Plymouth. You do the driving the way you always drive. The I ..if
his winning and Washington's .
much against : Baltimore Further.
so much of it is wasted, it is in without ECONOMY METER mounted at the side shows the gas you use.
he did not wish under those men were rags; many were i
circumstances to impose a financial rather hard on the taxpayer. shoes blankets, or tents. Often See with your own eyes exactly how many miles you got on only ,

they slept huddled together to share : teacups of fuelln a Solid"'60 Plymouth I > .1: '
burden on those who mutual protection from the elem am. ."_ :,Isii .." ,

were. going to help him. We Se.fWar'sEdDixie Sickness moved through the ranks. Here's the gas savingJou've been looking for. Get.PULL-8IZE.; .:: ..
Colonel John Rail, commander. of ,
think he acted judiciously. This
the British was waiting only,"for
leave nine men who say they county, second. countyto the Delaware to freeze over so ,that
ate running far Florida's' top the south of us, has an area he could: cross and attack Washing

almost exactly that of Madison ton's pitiful remnant of the patriot's ,
but at least three
political spot, I l*
of these do not seem to have county, being' just one square j army Only one gleam of light touched

any chance and about three i mile larger. Its population, the hearts of the shirering patriots

however is only a little Thomas Paine, in early .December,
.. more.do,not.seem to have much I t
.. .,. .. '. I laid down his musket and picked up
than a fourth that of Madison
chance. Beasley and Johnson
hU pen. From its magic touch came
and quite a while before them county. In the old days when his famous essay beginning These

former Governor Caldwell, sized 1, Madison county extended from I are the times that try men's souls."
Washington saw that the end was
the Georgia line to the Gulf
up the matter realistically and !near unless something happened to

decided to stay out, and some ':Dixie county was a part of I put spirit into the hearts of :this --

of the other hopefuls might Madison count).. Later, it was followers. The enlistments of nearly -
all his men expired with the fctcg.4P
take the cue-indeed, may do'a part of Lafayette county,\ coming of the new year. lie orderedMr

so, since they haven't paid the until 1921, when It"was made Paine's essay read to all his

$1125 yet. However, as they I a separate county and named soldiers and began plans for crossing -
I I the Delaware and attacking the
I fur
say, a person never knows until -I the South beloved name. Hessians at Trenton during the or ECCXOKT Here' tt* PlYMOUTH PROVE.YOURSELF ECONOMY METER in place.

he tries, and usually is not Cross City is the county seat. I, Christmas holidays. And agar> you take the test drive, note that brilliant performance is built into the Plymouth;

satisfied until he does try, and : Principal sources of income are Plan were laid in the Thompson- "&inn- indufmt the new design 30-0 Economy Six and the famed Plymouth Fury V800. '.'"t'r.,
I Neely' residence known the
commercial fishing agriculture as
sometimes is not ,
satisfied then. I I "House of Decision. Late into the Y3UU DIm taking the PROYE-YOURSnr ECONOMY DRIVE .because you see the savieiSl!
The late L S Light of Marion stock raising, and the timber nifht of December 24, 1776 the Mat all of the time you'll enjoy unusual ease of driving and "andr g.

county told the writer once that'I Jndustl').. Dixie county has vast I candles burned while Washingtonand
he ran for Representative from stores of pine, cypress and details hit staff of worked out the fateful -
a momentous decision.
that county seven times beforehe :I other timber, including a considerable I Sick soldiers littered the living

ever got elected. -William'I i quantity of cedar, room where medicines and care were

Jennings Bryan ran three times I which, in connection with thenaval .'so'ery scarce. Lined about the
manly Washington
then forty four
for President without ever getting j: stores industry, form one :years of age and In the pride of

it, and we should not be of its major sources of income. I Rowing manhood were other great\

too greatly surprised if out in I Corn, potatoes, sugar cane, field I Lord and determined Stirling fifty-two men. There was of
Los Angeles this summer the peas, peanuts, velvet beans, and age and suffering untold agonies

Democrats start Adlai Ste\'eD-j I some fruits and Vegetables are !from rheumatism: John Marshall

son on, a third, and perhaps grown in the ', county, with 1 Supreme later the Court great for Chief thirty-four Justice of years the; r.Ty .

again .unsuccessful watermelons the largest comI .
quest. I I James Monroe ninteen years of age R
I mercial crop. Many sportsmen who proved to be the hero of the C + o XX

I come to the ,county: each yearto battle of Trenton and served as the .
Great life fifth President of the United States:
fish and hunt. The Suwanneeriver
I and Alexander Hamilton also nineteen A CkrytUr-tuftHffrtd product built a new solid way to girt you solid ,fJtruCw...
Soon the candidates will be along the eastern as '
runs I years!' of-age, serving "

coming around. In fact, one,1 border of the county and in, Washington's secretary and wrno t ; : SOLID PLYMOUTH 1960 .
later became>> his first Secretary of ;
Edward Hornsby who is steamboats .
running ,I the older days the National Treasury ,

for Secretary of State,' carried passengers: and cargo While Washington sentinels

was in towns few days ;go.i I[ from the mouth,.of the river watched from the top of Bowman's
$ Hill the conferees grimy\ and silent RAGANS MOTOR CO.
Warmth and friendliness 'Will$53| far north as Branford or ly left the Thompson-Neely Howe

increase new along with the 1 even EllaviHe and a number Young Captain James Moore lay I

\varmer weather and, except J of settlern its,sprang up along dying on the floor. General -.. .... .""- 700 East..Base Street Madison, Fla \.
ington, it is said, T'lDQooed.
for the fusses that we may'' the river. At one of these bent aDd his SJ.11DC. ... .... -f:t "" .. ;'.. I
patted '
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ANNUAL REPORT FROM line through the eminent Dr. Stoy KEEP UP WITH POLITICSIN CANDIDATES-When friendly
'HEALTH UNIT Madison Ladies of colonial fame. ''tHAT'S YOUR PROBLr/A? jour
I THE E-R opponents untrue statements
This is an informal annual report Fifteen ladies were inducted into (\ about activities
jour past straighten
involving some of the activities of Inducted Into Colonial this new Chapter, fifth in the State, out the record with an E-R ad.
the Madison County Health Unit at{ a delightful luncheon Monday. G-E Appliances. If they tell the truth on you there's
during the calendar year 1959. January 25, at the Floridan Hotel not much we can do.
1. Five thousand two hundred Dames of XVII CenturyThe by the State President Mn Smithof Howerton Supply Co.
eight vaccinations and inoculationswere St. Petersburg assisted by the
Sale at Wayne'sNEW
administered. 'Two hundredth State Registrar of Miami.
new I
chapter recently or- ---
patients were treated for Intestinal -ganized" in Tallahassee of Colonial Mrs J G Kellum of Tallahassee,
parasites, mostly hook Dames of XVJI ass made president, and throughher ;a I
worm. In cooperation with the local have three Century Jiadisonlans were proudto responsibility for its organization Wen, if it's calling it a strikeor HOMES
as .
veterinarian, two hundred ninety I was accorded: the honor ofnamlng'
charter members four ball .
three animals were immunized through a we can't help much,
the chapter. She was Informed -
Nathaniel Dickinson, founder I
of but if it's Insurance since that's
against rabies. ,
it is the custom to name the
2. Eleven cases of venereal disease Hadley Jonathan, )lass., and whose grand Chapter for an early ancestor'of the our business, perhaps we an. WOULD YOU BUILD A NEW HOME ON
Dickinson was founder
There were were diagnosed eighty four and field treated and and first president of Princeton-1 organizing: president therefore'Mrs the And first thing, in these Inflated -' YOUR LOT OR ACRE- ?
new Chapter is named for
office visits in connection with cases University. Nathaniel Dickinson Kellum's early ancestor. Meetingswill value conditions, is your, NO- MONEY DOWN' CHECK. THESE!

and contacts. America their Immigrant In 1630 ancestor from came to be held three times a >'ear. I insurance now adequate? If not, i iI / SILLS, NOT 3
3. ,Five active cases of tuberculosis Cambridge
were admitted to the State I England, and settled In Massachu I let us bring it up to the times. No. 1 FLOORING. NOT No. 2

Hospital. Twenty four inactive setts. We win be glad to talk with !I No. 1 SIDING, NOT No. 2

cases were given follow-up care. These four ladles as charter jou on all of your insurance t t 2x8 FLOOR JOISTS, HOT 2x6 ,
TB contacts and sus members are Miss Whittle Dickin **
Ninety eight STOP BYKELLYSFOR : *
pcCtaWJ'e'examined' and one hun aol,1'and Mrs Charles Hembree, of problems-all kinds of Insur- .(. CREOSOTE. ALL SILLS and FLOOR JOISTS' .

dred sixty seven chest X-rays pet- Madison. Mrs Frank O"KeUy of MENS & LADIES ance. SAME'PRICE AS OTHERS THAT *USE No> 2*'MATERIALAND
formod. Sixty six tuberculin tests Tallahassee, and Mrs Ernest House- < .
were performed and one hundred man, recently of Orlando, granddaughter Watches $19.95-$26.95 Williams Insurance THREE SILLS ,
eighty four field and office visits of the late Mrs S R Write
were made in connection with active Whaley of Ocala, Fla through their '

end inactive cases and contacts. !Dickinson line. KELLY WATCH REPAIR Agency Sparks Best HomesYMADISON. I
Mrs Robert McClure :
4. Fifty five matcVnity cases were of Tallahassee CENERAL INSURANCEBox I .
and nine hundred whom 'W still 1 claim ';
given prenatal care e a 373 Ph HU 342H I FLORIDA I -
twelve field and office visits I Nadisoalan, went in on her Stoy r
were made In this activity! : Twentyone -- ..-.
field and office visits were 4's.
made to supervise midwives. .fOtO STAXTIMr' TYl...|lei.I. .
\ 5. Three hundred twelve physical (I.MM cobf' ,....,...!aec-TY .

and screening examinations were .
performed on pupils in the schools, -. ,
and two hundred ninety five Nurse- { ;,. .
l... Teacher conferences were held. ,
6. Three hundred fC'enty'one;
field and office visits were made in
r connection with chronic diseases, ,4 z\
such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease -
and bone and joint diseases.
I 7. Nineteen field and office \istsl' :

were made in the interest of mental _
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8. One hundred seventy seven ,
health cards were issued. '<, ,
9. Six hundred thirty eight visits
and procedures were performed in ,
connection with sanitation involving

water supplies sewage disposal ,
nuisance abatement camps and .
schools. ,
10. Three hundred twenty visits __,& .__
were made for the protection of
: -
food and dairy produts. Again in I -
with veterinarian, '
cooperation .--
eight hundred sixty five cows were .,. iI.t"Atrj -"
tuberculin tested, and five hundred
.. ninety eight were Bangs tested. !
11. Health information Involved: []
the following:

: attended a. Fifty five meeting were I e car. that's medium priced in everything but its lower price- .. :

b. Sixty six lectures and motion .

" pictures by four on thousand health two matters hundred attended-sixty tag leads the field in looks, in luxury. with spirited :

seven persons. '
c. There were five radio programs "

and thirteen newspaper articles" ,pub- .f. performance that's p i Thunderbird. Leads in re-sale value, too. '
lished. / : ... *,1" I,oi .
12. A total of two thousand four '11..:'' J r I 4.: ,, ,;\,

hundred eleven laboratory procedures '..i .
were performed. : ':i i ,
13. The following vital statistics '... roto-n*r w,r.+*f u****' ,'j) > ,

ma- be of interest: FALCON-D fo* wIt '
Births-329; DeathS-108; and wL BY FOR1On
.-; 51c4&-;
Stillbirths-10. .. txut+on- r ID-n. W-#'.v a c-:
,.t. 14. One hundred s'styfount t4wereprocessed. for ,. <.. .. .....1Ii. : .... ,'" "1 u A: !, -._.. 3 t (
in4i ,
of the ei > /". t.
hospitalization ".
!..... proud display today if your ford Ptafcr's 4r I
Involving an expenditureof ,t', 01 I". ,.
foods '
Federal ;
county. State j ..
amounting to $23, 97.$9. ,
The Madison County Health De- : DEE> MOTOR CO.
pu'ttnent'operated for the first six : : .. i' :Lt: Yt .1.
months or 1959 without the sen-ices "
'.' of run time Health SMfeetar. ;' ; H \
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Madison High School's basketballteam -- I
returned to Its winning ways: see Edward, \\ Is G Hornsby candidate of Tallahassee -I Howerton Supply Co.
E-R PrintsEverything Friday night, defeating Florida High' a for Secre-
tay'of State, was a visitor in I
of Tallahassee 69 to 65. Donnle I'
town last Friday In the
Interest of
Floyd posted 20 points for the win
I his candidacy.:: BUSINESSMEN . service that
ners. Madison a big half time I
; L lead ,of 23 poihts which the losers If you want customers every insures-the
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Giant Jumbo
'- ""'" Hamburgers
9eicept: shaved but were unable .to over- week in b ytiur store, tell 'em
'k w come.Florida. G-in bun 40c.WHITE I best
about it in an E-R ad every reception
High's B team'WOn the TOP
preliminary 49 to 37.Membership. j vreek.COMPLETE I

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Cherry Lake-Post No. 228 American FREE INSPECTION #. New & Used T-Y Sets
Legion is staging a member IURKEEXTERMINA11NGOO. "
ship drive, with Vice-Commander "(

I White Top Drive-In, and &1n!; up e JACK BURKE, JR., Entomologist' '
today ._-----. 223tpd. Y. I
111 East Green St.,

C nditktes-Strew your name ,e Phone 293JPERRY. ... Phone: 6601 Quitman, Ga. .
I all around the county with E-R .

t It bolita tickets and campaign cards, posters, cir- ,' FLORIDAWe ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED

culars. Be sure to say something exterminate: Roaches Ants, Termites, Fleas and I

nice about yourself, even Ticks, Mice and Rats,'Lawn and Shrubbery Pests, etc.
Money if no one else will. FARMERS REQUESTS CONSTRUCTIONNew J

Initial requests for costsharingunder and Remodeling

: PLATFORM Free the Program 1960 Agricultural are estimated Conservation to- Howerton Supply Co.
". \ be nearly twice the amount whichis
y6. Y A, available for Florida accordingto
0 P McArthur, ASC State Administrative When buying
s Officer. yourER
: ROCKER You can get it with Florida's share of the funds authorized
i for this program by Congress -! from Newsboys. .
for 1960 is $2,795,000. The
:;, : State allocation has been divided Please DO NOT park in the-
FURNITURE street and make newsboy run
credit among'counties on the basis 01
'- ; at owns conservation needs and other fac out into the street to make a saie. ')
Madison share of the Kindly pull over to the curb.
:. I BUY t .". tors. County's Our newsboys have Instructions
funds is 92700.( Approximately
\ / and
OUT of
to STAY the streets
.. 225 farmers In the county flled'requests
for cost-share assistance, according k we will appreciate your cooperating -
n i with us AND THEM for
F local ASC
to Chas Sims

--,; CH 2-1515 128 N. Patterson l \ Yaldosta, Ga county County committee Office Manager.will notify The ASC each THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very-

J fanner whether or not hIs request much.TIIINKING
was approved and If approved, the
extent of each practice for which
I Iyal cost-sharing was approved.
Norfolk. Va. (FHTNC-J W
'\0 Wilkins USN of Route 2. Green
'ONE vile Fla.. departed Norfolk, Va. ?
'F R
a a Jan. 28, aboard the heavy cruiser
USS Newport News for a seven-
month tour of duty with the U S
But S I Sixth Fleet In the Mediterranean.
.,;;p .r.rt' '. BUSINESSMEN -

"'''' I If you want ,customers every
1 week in your sfore, tell 'em

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week. '

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living Room Group BATTERY CHARGE .... 75c HU 3-6168 BOX 293

: Sofa Bed TIRE REPAIR ........ 75c This Gulf Life agent can tell

/ i CAR WASH .....'.. .. 1.00 you how, with Adapt-APlan -
Platform Rocker your Insurance is
C r 'ANTI:FREEZE installed $2.75 adaptable. For example a
family income plan can also -
i T-Y Chair Let us service your car or truck provide substantial re-
tirement income. Give hima
2 End 1Tables' ,-.: ;... call today!

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-ft 'S' 95 Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course
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rection A complete: folder of htr Candidates-Strew your name BOOKMOBILE SCHEDULE FOR. Molokal. Hawaii (FHTNC) -
Tflinutes of Ae Board of f credentials is attached to this all around the county with E-R FEBRUARY AND MARCH IN Marine Lance Cpl. James Thomas .. ,
recommendation for your consideration. MADISON COUNTY Smith-Corona adding Jr., Route 3.. Box 5-1. Greenville, '
Public Instruction campaign cards, posters, cir Fla., is participating in extensive

r 'Mr' Bob. Gates, Director of Exceptional culars. Be sure to say something February 4. February 18, March. 3. Machines field training exercises on the island ;
Children's Program, State Dice about yourself, even March 17. larch 31 typewritersand I, of Molokai in Hawaii with the First a
Hanson Marine Brigade from Kaneohe Bay.Werthelm "r
Department of Xdncation, has assured 10:00-10:45
3 JANUARY 21, I960Vhe me of the assignment of a If no one else wID. Pinetta School 10:30-12:55 I cash registers. -x- .

Board met in :regular .leSe unit to Madison County for theremainder Ipso PRICE SUPPORTLIMITATIONSSPECIFIED Mrs Martha Johnson Librarian I Germany (AHTNC) ,
'sion on the above date with the of this school term. This Tinetla Post Office 1:001:15Cherry I Army M-Sgt Ovelmo F Goodman .
following members present: Messn of course, assures us, of State funds CO MISODITttS Lake School-10:15-11:30 The son of William H Goodman Greenville
William II Bailey, Marcus W fcr the payment of this 'servlce. Pinetta Quitman Crossroad Fla, is scheduled to participate S
Gerry T P McTjeofl, omd Ale H i',
Sincerely yours, 1135-12:00 with other personnel from the 99th '
j Smith; absent: Mr T* R Dugan. The s/ Griffin Bishop, Superintendent I Under a provision of a the 1960 Greenville School-1:15-3:15 EnterpriseRecorderSCHWNN Transportation Detachment in Exercise t.
meeting was called Id order by ,the Motion was offered by Mr Mc Agricultural: Appropriation Act Mrs Elizabeth Howell Librarian Winter Shield at the Grafen-
vice-chairman, Mr "Bailey, and Leod seconded by "Mr Smith to (Public Law r i 86-80.) non-recourse Greenville .Post Office 320-3:45 wohr-Hohenfels training area In
opened with prayer "by Tllr McLeod. approve Miss Barbara Naughton for ,price support Ito any person on the February It, February 25, March BICYCLES southern Germany Feb 1-7. !
Bids on heating anil plumbing 1960 production of agricultural: 10 March 24 FranchIsed '
appointment recommended; motion any Dealers & Service x-
I materials for the 'construction'. .'of carried. commodity declared by The Secretary St Reds Nurseries- :2.l1-4:5: HOWERTON SUPPLY co. Miss Audrey Newman and MrsJ
the shower and dre mg room .facilities -
d Agriculture to beg in Lee: ScbooJ-1:00.3OO
The following letter was received surplus J Newman have returned from a ,
at North Tloffda Junior from Mr Burch O:m lJul, Supervising supply u limited to $50,000 unless Mrs Martha, Johnson, Librarian week's trip over central Florida.
College were received as follows: Principal of Madison Public "such person shaft reduce his pro Lee Post Office-3:03-3:30 BUSINESSMEN .' .
Marbut Company, "lire:; 7,454.70 Schools: duction from that which such person February 12 February 26, March If want CANDIDATES-When your friendly
Less 2%. ... you customers every
January 21, 1960 produced the reCt'dingear, 11, March 25 opponents make untrue statements
Horne-Wilson, Inc '7,206.001 1.Less; Mr Griffin Bishop In such percentage, net exceeding2C Hopewell-10:00-10:15 week in your. store, tell 'em about your past activities straighten

2%. Superintendent of Public Instruction percentum, as The Secretarymay JJoselcy Hall-10:30-10:45 about it in an E-R ad every I r out the record with an E-R ad.
Rocco Pipe & Supply] Co. 2,596.40. Madison, Florida determine to be essential. lo Mrs Elizabeth Howell LibrarianS vreek. I t!I If they tell the truth on you there's
Plumbing only. bring production In line within a -11:00.11:15RECEIVE not much we can do.
Dear Mr -
The bid of Home-' V1lson, 'Inc, tn'the Bishop: reasonable with that
period of time
:Mrs I -
Opal Argenbright has
r amount of TT;OBroO: was accepted
necessary to provide an adequate
as lowest and 'best bid upon' for a leave of absence for the supply to meet domestic and foreign DECREES
motion by Mr Smith, seconded by .second semester of this school yean .
plus adequate reserves.The THE YIELD IS UpON
Mr Cherry, and carried. :All other .She wishes to continue her educa limitation has been announced Tallahassee, Jan -More than SAVING AT....
bids>> were rejected.A tion at FSU and the courses she to apply to the following commodities 400 students received decrees hi'
resolution requesting release needs: at the present time are not at this time: commencement exercises at Florida VALDOSTA FEDERAL .
of National Defense 'Education Act offered In their summer school. Barley. Com. Cotton, upland, State University today. They heardan
funds in the amount tf 3416.00; was Mrs Mildred Ahnand. who grad. Cotton. ELS, Grain Sorghum Peanuts address on Two Educations" by ANNOUNCING-
adopted by the Board upon motion uates next week at TSTJ has agreedto Rice, Rye, Tobacco: Tung nuts Dr Cyril 0 House, professor of
.by Mr Cherry seconded by'Mr. complete the school! year in Mrs and oil Wheat. education at the University of
Smith, and carried. I Arganbrights' place. She understandsthat For each commodity each pro- Chicago. Those receiving degrees, by
The following letter -was received her appointment will be for ducer Is required' to make a 20 their home town include: r! .
from Dr MarshrU'Hamflton: the remainder of the year only. I percent reduction 1n the productionof LEE.--Marcos W Cherry Jr, BA. I ,
'President of North Florida Junior. I am enclosing the necessary: the commodity In 1960 below arts & sdMADISONMildred
College: papers and I hope This change meets Almand ES,
his 1959 production in order to be
January: '21, 1960 your approval. I eligible for non-recourse price sup- ed; Laurie Eugene DuVal BS, ed.;
f, *Chairman Sjncerely 1 port on the commodity In excess Leslie Frederick Jones BS, ed.;
'Board of Public Instruction s/Burch Cornelius, Supervising of $5DtOa) Mary Donaldson .Kent, BS, ed. 4
:Madison Florida Principal.
j Dear Sir: Leave of absence for Ers Argen ATTEND BROTHER'S FUNERAL t
The Advisory Council: t>f the bright was approved and Mrs Al- LOSES TO LIVE OAK Mr and-Mrs A G Herring spent .: "Y
"North Florida Junior "College has nand was appointed to fill the the week end at Geneva Ala, called I I
.approved my recommendation of Mr vacancy upon motion by "Mr Smith, Greenville High School's basket- there by the death of Mr Herring's
:James David Bass as -an 'instructor seconded by Mr Cherry. and carried ball team tat to Live Oak Friday brother, G B Herring Mr Herring
in the Social Sciences 'beginning The. following letter was received night 58 to 45, with Jerry Vann
died of heart attack at
suddenly a
throwing 23 of the winners points. RECEIVED BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST
; with the second semester. Mr from Mr Theron T Morrison, Principal his home there Friday, at the age FUNDS
'Bass's; credentials are attached and I, of Pinetra Junior High School: Live Oak's B team also won 48 of 53 )years. 'Services were held OFFICE HOURS -
1 should appreciate your consideration January 6, I960 to 27. Sunday at Geneva. Survivors In-
at your meeting on January 21. Mr Griffin Bishop, SuperintendentBoard dud his wife, brothers and sis S1ON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI. 9 AM TO 4 'PM
Very sincerely of Public Instruction Wiley Selman and Miss Mary
Marshall Hamilton, "President Madison, Florida Ellen Selman of the University of .
"jMr Bass was appointed 'to the Dear Mr Bishop: I Florida are spending mid-term vacation -
staff of North Florida ,3ruiior 'Col. I am herein recommending that here. The: New .
lege upon motion by "Mr Cherry Mr Shelby Laden Brothers 'be em- : ... I Goodyear Farm Tractor
1 seconded ,by. Mr Smith andcarried.. ployed to fill ,the vacancy in the
The following letter :was received I Pinetta ..JunJorHIrn, School.Respectfully Tell'em you saw it in
from Mr Griffin Uhtoop' ,Superintendent 1mit1e4! TIRES

: "1/Theron T Morrison, Supervising Home Town Ga-
January 2 .' 131 rindpal Pinetta Junior High SchoolA your Large stock prked right
Board of Public Instruction motion was offered by Mr .
Madison, Florida Smith, seconded by Mr Cherry, to zetteThe E-L Messer Battery Saving & Loan Association

I Gentlemen: approve the appointment of Mr 115 N. TOOMBS VALDOSTA, GA.
I respectfully recommend ,the (appointment Brothers as recommended; motion ,.,..y..tr.: -.?? v ..-.r-.vv
to the County Staff of carried. CANDIDATES Rent an. adding & TIre Co. The Friendly Association Big} Enough to Serve You, Small

I Miss Barbara Naughton to wAlk In A motion was offered by Mr machine to total promises of support Enough To Know Your ?
the area of speech' corredio Jor Lrpth.! seconded by Air Cherry..requesting : from the deer pcepul THE E-R.
the remainder of'the 1959-19" the, Farm Forester, Xr
school lorn.According. Albert: Lunday, to request bids for
to figures submitted by, the' sale of ,pulpwood fUmbec won e+.n.Db shore Owl,o..III oeto .....,s.NBC.TV-w Pat....QK.1 abowra4...u,.ABC TV. *
echoed principals we have 68 chBflitai the North Florida Junior College
in, the county with obvious campus; motion carried. '' : t
speech; difficulty Indicating a need There being no further business. ,
for special instruction in this aMiss the Board adjourned. ,
: Naughton will graduate from sRussell R 'Dugan. Chairman

Marquettte University January-.27 ATTEST C* ,
1960 with a major in speech cor I s/ Griffin _Bishop, Secretary_ '

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1 Nygran File 'N' Joint Chain Sharpener..._.$15.85 ..... '
.. 1 McCulloth P65 Pintail Chain-18."!. -..... 22.10or .., iZ ) ;IL
( chain to fit taw you buy) $37.95Offer : ; -up' ..
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LIGHTWEIGHT Gel the quid proof of Ckimltf$ further insulate you from the road. Precision( balanced wheels and
weighs only 18 superior the road- tires-Here .. .
I performance on Body by FIsher-Only Chevy in again Chevy baa shown
pounds. I No other car In the low-priced three Its field offers the polish and craftsmanship concern for your comfort by eliminating .
DUAL OILING ... 1. can match the borne-on-the-wind of Body by Fisher. vibration in this vital area- I
1. sensation from ride in the tire life is
I" SYSTEM : you get a longer, too. .
.. 1960 ChevroletBut that's not surprising Foam cushioned seats-Chevy
at extra cost Easy steering ratio-Chevy'high
no offers foam cushioned
,fI when you consider to what! seats in both Ball
ratio Race
steering takes the *
lengths Chevy has to provide front and rear in all aeries but one. I
gone .
I 3 BAR SIZESEXCLUSIVE out steering for you.
.... 4 ., a for your comfort at no extra cost to Safety-Girder frame-X-built
... of 1.iJ.1' Chevrolet has been-thoughtful: Girder frame affords Chevy rides better handles better \: .
greater rigidity
..... .. and stops better because the car': t. '
) Supple. Full. Col! suspension to minimize twisting and squeaks. ;
McC R ch. .*Pintail weight is more equally divided be- :
, a I chain Coil springs at aU four wheels melt Hydraulic valve lifters-Oil tweeD the front and,rear wheels. .

Prins bump. as no other suspension can hushed hydraulic valve lifters reduce Wide choice of ; .
I : Inert$154' .Taking the punch out"of rough roads engine noise to a whisper.. power teams- .
Choose from ,
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to satisfy
FI'k III! have to anchor the rear uJ A universal joint and cushioned the itchiest driving PSCTUHP! !i

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-Are your brood beef cows payliC ) '
their way with a high percentage FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK
calf crop?"' asks County AgeAt Howard StudstillJJJhat'd5fld
Rudy Hamrick. *If not you can't I Iij

afford to wait to start doing something SU '
I about this situation" ; ii .. ,
According to Dr A C \Vamickof .. Lumber-Co.' I IIT'
the Florida Agricultural Experiment ,
Stations, you can work In tAG MeH111 *&

three general areas to Increase your 't
calf crop: ((1) Proper feeding to NATURAL- ? S A KINSEY, SR, of r.ee. do you
provide" the cows enough to eat o a 4E
(2) Breeding to improve the overall WILDLIFE RESOURCES AGAINST +r1tu r w. .
read the Fish a'mans Calendar?
tF s>t o
inheritance; and (3)) Management .. WASTE AND ENDEAVORS FISH
to regulate the breeding season k MAKE THESE RESOURCES PRODUCTIVE' amt .
and breeding animals. Y FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL THE
,Ilamrick points out that it is too : PEOPLE OF FLORIDA J
late to change the size of calf crop COBLE'S FISHERMAN'S CALENDAR
for the 1960 season. But your program ;
1 during this winter will determine II' i .
the calf crop for 1961. The !;;il.J>_
reason for this is the nine month Tim. for Each Day, TtH* White Fish Bit. Beit"

gestation period of the this '.
means about a year is delayed SUN MON TUE WED THU I FRI SAT I SUN
from the breeding season to the 7 I 8 I ,9 I 10 I 11 I I 12 I 13 I 14 '
calving season. WILDUIFE Islf'A /VA LUABLE A 1= ) :s s e 1 = }4
IS'i : 9:36 10:24 11:12 11:59: 12:48 1:12 1:36 2:21. I'
It is not too late to check cows NATURAL ;; ,a .i
for pregnancy cull the non-preg- THE JOB OF YOUR GAME AND 'PM P3I PM PM AM AM/ AM AM

nant cows, and separate the brood I FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION .
row herd into groups. This allows VTO MANAGE FLORIDA'S WILDLIFE I Blacker' the FUh Better the Day for Fishing I ,
the pregnant cows to get the best RESOURCES THE 0EST WAY =f
pasture and feed, while carrying POSSIBLE -' YOU CAN HELP -JBY '

? .. the nonproducer under the poorer OBEYING lJE.: GAME AND J
feed, conditions. Also be sure to FISH LAWS INSISTING. HOWARD STUDSTill'rHAT
give replacement heifers supplemental YOUR FRIENDS AND
feed. Heifers grown out with NEIGHBORS PO THE SAME f
adequate feed produce tore calves __
than heifers grown out under restricted LUMBER COMPANY
'Remember that tlje brood cowherd HU :S-6106 MADISON, FLORIDA I I
needs adequate good quality \
roughage properly supplemented, the

county agent says. Roughage can' -- .
be provided by reserving pasture JOE KOSIENIAK PASSES j! THE EXPLORER PROGRAM I this group, under the sponsorship of CANDIDATES Rent an adding
forage and by storing silage or AFTER LONG ILLNESSJoe Mrs. S. G. Owens the Madison Junior Chamber of i machine to total promises of sup. J
,hay.Ranchers Each year one week is set asideto Commerce. The leadership of the' port from the deer peepul. THE E-R.
with good clover can KosJeniak age 75, died at Dies honor and recognize the Boy post is vested in elected officers I'
SuddenlyMrs ,,
look his home Friday after an extended "' u
forward to good forage during
Scout Bovement in the United from {he' group and Mr Albert 1
the winter and illness. He'U' born-- -In- -Poland------ -but-- I Flora
early spring States. This period of public recognition of Madison is Adviser.
season if these was a citizen of the USA for '53 Goodyear Tires $12.95
properly and commendation is widely Exploring embraces six experience
years. He lived in Chicago and
managed. Clover-grass pastures S G Owens age 55, died publicized and local and national areas: Soda), Vocational. Outdoor 670 15
North x All-Weather
and South
Dakota until 1950 suddenly tube-type
require adequate fertilizer if presumably or'a heart
leaders participate in ceremonials Personal Fitness. Service, and Citizenship.
plus tax and
he came to Madison.SW'Y recappable tire.
are to yield attack,
maximum forage, Monday evening at her and honors. It is a program of doing
Results from the Agricultural iron include five sisters; country home one mile of
Among the scouting programs -and activities are (decided on .
Mrs Madison
Experiment Station Beef Research Angeline Mandziara of Madison on U S 90. She was the : MESSER
Mrs Main which are currently being carried I I r majority vote of the members of
Unit over a five Mrs Katar'a widow of the late S G Owens.
year period Indicate Mrs
In Madison is the Explorer
on County the post. The uniform of an explorer -
a 20 percent higher calf crop and Mrs Urban Karollne Mrs Kostecki Zofla Wilkohe all of Owens was born at Villa Rica Ca Program for boys in the 14.17 I is dark green and sets these Battery & fire Co.
among clover the daughter of late
on -graa pasture Poland three brothers, Andrew the Mr and year age group. The post as Ex. young men apart from their fellowsas

grass than pastures among without similar clover.cows Also on Kosienlak; of Madison Frank, of II member Mrs D of E the Griffin First She Methodist was a plorer groups and are called) is Number tomorrow's leaders. Chartered by .,.,....-,.........."", >>","",, "'IL""' "
Conrath WIs. and 606 meets on Monday the Boy Scouts of America in the
of Po-
cows on the clover-grass pastures land. Stanley I II church and was active In all activities nights at the Army Reserve Training Suvannee River Area Council, Post
came into breeding condition Services of the church. She was a Center.: At the present time 60G is serving our County and Sale at Wayne'sfor
18 days sooner than cows on I were held at 2 p. m. member of the Woman's Society of there are fourteen young men in communities in wholesome activities boys. ,
Sunday in the Chapel of the T J I "I
straight, grass pastures. Christian Sen-ice, the Ncnde Bevftd I
Hamrick says where' clovers are Beggs Jr Funeral Home with Father Circle active in the Church School ,. .
not available, you will -need to Hanrahan of Lake Qty Officiating, and a past superintendent of the .. '. .. .. .
feed a protein supplement during assisted by F ,E Naughton. Waller Junior Department. She was also I
\ the winter, especially after calving. Whitlock rendered organ music. active In affairs of the Madison
The. amount of protein ..supplement Interment was in Oak Ridge cemetery Woman's Club. For a number of .

to reed will depend on the quality! years she was ownerandof manager .. ,-- ---- .. ,
of forage. Experimental work at I'I Joe Active pallbearers included Messrs the Swan Theatre. She. was I. :E1tI1IJK: : : .." '.. ..'".,..,r''.. .
the University of PlacykowskI Joe BoclmJ.Jer -. loved : .
Florida has con.Bktently greatly by a wide circle of : ,,;; "
Moore, John t
Tuten -
I Dclphin t',.
shown lends .
inadequate protein that supplement cows on fall an Hutchinson, Fred Mueller J H church, and and will drJc be affairs missed bothin '(.A't"IJf.ii';. .".-...'.. ,,,"'., ); .
Pickles I "" '
lo come into breeding condition and ,. Marvin' Reeves and Francis. SunlTors include one daughter ,'. 1 ,,
have a low calf flop This situa Phillip- .f JJ JAtI"! "' Mrs Sheldon Brinson Jr. of Arling ..' "'

Lion is especially critical in young from cows that- calve early and ton Va two sisters, Mrs C A Bla. :
three and four year, old lactating lock and Miss Beatrice Griffin both _: j' ./ i
regularly: from year toear. Also, .
hellers, bulls should be selected/from' herds of Madison; one granddaughter ..
\ You need to cull the nonproduceror with a high1rate of reproduction. Miss Sherry Brinson. and a 'grand ,
nonpregnant .son, Sheldon Brinson, both of 'Arlington -
cows to eliminate increase .
Finally, you can your .
the '
"Boarder" Va.Funeral
animals The calf calf crop by limiting the breeding i -,
crop at the Beef Research Unit season to the most favorable time services were held at 3
with commercial lactating cows increased of the year. Hamrick declares, p. Wednesday In the Chapel of .. .
from 32 Percent In 1953 to rather than letting calving time "be The T J Beggs Jr Funeral Home. .. .. .
93 percent in 195* by following a a chance proposition. There are I The Rev Paul Touchton officiated. .. ,
strict culling Waller WhHiock organist rendered .
program of nonpreg..1"ant ec.onomI I ,
from .
several advantages an ,
heifers and meditation music. A quartet composed ., "
cows -
.Also, .
ns basis "which favora "" .'
ic & production i : : \
placement heifers should be selected of Mrs Turner Davis, Mrs '. .
limited breeding season. I E P Sanders Jr. Mrs Dale M Leslie "
and Mrs R C Home sang In The

Don't Garden. Interment was in the family .,",.'.."..._,.. 'i<'" .
Settle for Less S3TCOH See our Taos Model Home KIt $1095 lot in Oak Ridge cemetery. "ft, ,. : to'.. i.' .. ',', \ '. >' 'f' r ,: \.. .'...'Jo,
Than a Jim Toney Waldo, Fla. 12 Mile Active pallbearers were Messrs .' /). t'. .., :, ,'. : ; '
r' '
We Finance for and Carroll Blalock Jr Chandler Rains C i .:
South \ ,
of Starke :
on : .
JrJ"'fF1""t' $ o.u
10 Years. Jr, Alfred Wyche .s'J'. '"
U. S. Route 301 up I : 'f'II -
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; Jr. .B G Wyche and James Sullivan. "-/ "' a .. ...,.
No -Down > '\oj't.' '
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ieIA'cJ: No Charge For Travel ROOSTERS CLUB HOSTS f \Ue S\orl 0

Anywhere in Fla. I TO FOOTBALL BOYS 9/); P t\ce.\J .

OSt C\\\t\ i
or.,, i'I 4 e
Same Lew Price I Madison Boosters Club were
hosts at 'a banquet Thursday night
We use 2x8 for We will, furnish material at the Madison High School cafe- .
floor framing; not for you to build. torium honoring the High School
t 2x6'FWe use 2xB's 1 We do repair work and Red Devils football team. More
for ceiling framing finish houses that have than 100 guests enjoyed a banquetof
not 2 x 4's been started. fried chicken and all accessories.

Trophic were awarded outstanding
I For a Jim Dandy ,See 3m Toney players on the team at this

time. Coach Brown made the presentations i
Block: or* Frame which were miniature
statuary of players. Receirlng
AND OFFICE AT WALDO, 12 MILES 8ardsere Johnnie Plant, best
SOUTH OF STARKE ON U. S. ROUTE 30L CALL WRITE hustler; Dannie Thomas best
OR COME SEE TONEY BEFORE YOU BUY ANY HOME blocker: Donnie Floyd, best back .. j
GOOD AT JIM TONES.r lineman. Now priced within low-price name

*- 'V ( OPEN FROM 8:00: A.)L UNTIL SrtO P. M Freshman Coach LaPradd, of "-,t *

'- .CALL.. COLLECT Florida speaker.State In his University talk he emphasized was: guest .t. "" .., 1cars'and it's the best-built all around, bar
the good points which make ,
JM TONEY HOMES tip a wen rounded student other ,

::. P, 0. Its 1273. P. 0. It*'KSIfrifc than athtetka ; .riBH r rr c R..N. LOW PRICE '60 MERCURYHARDEE ; ,
.., ... TmiM, FkTFW Ffc.JW427I1. Sale at Wayne's !....._...,.n.r..+t..sriwrw nr....r s..._ AT CUAUTY HUOCWRTUSI

R HO 3.2179'r PI..e .* Don't let ''fried11 .: tl'A
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If it .f *I '1' __. courlcoosi j competitors da oil
you are Rich, if 1 '" '.; 11 Ihif'advvnltiiitf Dial Th"eHU {! MOTOR CO."f I

I Spend year Honey **ere yon are tore. S-63S1 and say, MGixnpe fJ 's a>+ f ... !i
ad Mrs CORNER BASE a HANco\.K"bTht. l' I AlJa.DISON7 WJ. '
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For your grinding and nixing J Joseph W Maxwell is one of ST IARYS EPISCOPAL

on your farm call WEST our new Madisonians. He Is planting CHURCH
NEW ELECTRIC 10-KEY technician here for the Forestry
MACHINES Department and has an office in
Quitman, Ga. Can phone 4971 the Agricultural bunding. 'The Venerable Dean Harry BF-
Douglas, of Tallahassee is in charge
collect VICTOR ............ $171.00 I, L ot services now at St Mary's EpS:

BURROUGHS ... .. .. 209.50: Are you peddling insurance, copal church. Lay readers at Ski \
Mary's Ben Pfcil. RandolphDyson
,iiThiEir CLARY ........t...... 225.00 tranquilizers, shoes or automobiles and are Bob Ohl.

ODHNER ..... ....... 259.50 I ? Keep thq public in- Sunday School at 10 a. In., and

W. B. Daw Jr., FOR furnished RENT:apartment Comfortable, up 4-room town, & COMPLETE PUMP REPAIRING TQTALIA ... .. .... ... 259.00 I formed with of your an valuable inexpensive services every preaching Sunday.services at 11 a. m..

circulating heater. Hot water plus fed. and state tax.
mAL ACREAGE ESTATE BROKERAGE FARMS: furnished See MRS. J L PINSONat Littleton! Well Drilers weekly ad in The E-R, saying Giant Jumbo Hamburgers tn6in

'; MADISON THEENTERPRISERECORDER nice things about local folks
BUSINESS CLEANERS.22.2tch Phone HU 3-6961, Madison

ESTATES APPRAISALS RESIDENTIAL .... .................. ..... .... .................... HU since 186 TOP DRIVE-IN
FOR RENT: One-bedroom furnished 3361
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE apartment, newly decorated -
TITLE INSURANCE and an unfurnished two- ,
112 West Base Street bedroom apartment Apply MRS ,

MADISON. FLORIDA J J NEWMAN. 21-tf Phone HU 3-6277 opponents make untrue statements
FOR" RENT: Two-bedroom house in .
about -
your past activities
HU 3-2372 straightenout
NEW LOW PRICE Lakeside. HOWARD STUDSTILL.office' MADISON. FLORIDA the record with an E-R ad.
t and CARRY
phone HU 3-6106; residence If they tell the truth on you there's
3-bedroom house Moseley
on new I
HU 3-6630. 20-tf ch
J Hall road at City limits. Sign on MODERNIZE YOUR KITCHEN not we- can do. 316 SOUTH PATTERSON GA-FLA. DEPOT BLDG.
property. FOR RENT: Furnished apartmei\L\ with G-E appliances and PRE

I :schools. 32396. 19-tf-ch to 5 years to pay. Call or write JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.IN 2-8x6-8x1'X Mahogany Flush Door
Several farms. Three dairies HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. HU AND FOR MADISON COUNTY. 4 65
I WANTED: Some nice, soft, clean IN CHANCERY. Each ___ --- j-----. : .
3-668L Madison. Fla. 7-tf-ch
,I rags. No buttons or woolens. THE T E Gilbreath. Plaintiff. 2-8x6-8x1% Mahogany Flush Door

Broadus Willoughby ENTERPRISERECORDER.WANTED vs. Each .: _._, 5.50

: REALTOR : Shelled or mapped Goodyear TIres $12. 5 Alice English Gilbreath, Defendant Key in Knob Locks -

Phone Office HU 3-6481 corn SAMPALA LAKE FARM, DIVORCETO Each- -_. 3.90
1 Residence HU 3-6481. Madison Phone HU 3-6860, Ma whose residence
and address
MADISON, FLORIDA 23-3t-ch plus tax and recappable tire. unknown. are .. h__ 2.85

Have possession of 8 hogs. Owner You are hereby notified that a 4x8x% Int. Plywood ',I
HayForSale identify and pay expenses. W H MESSER Inn of Complaint for Divorce has Each :f., 6.95
BAILEY, Rt. Greenville,
JR. L been filed against you and you are

Coastal Bermuda Hay $30.00 ton Florida. 23-4t-pd. Battery & Tire Co. Answer required to serve a copy of your 24.x32V&ndow Each ___. Unit ;'.:... 10.50
I Good Peavine Hay $40.00 ton I or Pleading to the Bill of '
FRED TUSHBANT, contact Cave's complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney 2-4-6 Window UnJt '

i Feed ,Store, HU 3-6616, Madison.! Are you peddling insurance, R E Court whose addressis Each __ -... .. 12.85Sheetrock
Madison, Florida and file the
21 lt ch! 4x8x%
tranquilizers shoes automobiles
I I original answer or Pleading in the Each _.. ._.... U5 1
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom concrete ? Keep the public informed office of the Clerk of the Circuit I
block house in Lakeview Ter-' repairing done by set "doctors" of valuable services Court in and for Madison, County. Full Thick Insulation Batts'

trace FHA financed. Contact MRS! your Florida on or before the 9th day of Thousand Sq. Ft. .w,.,,,,,.. ;, ;,;, 57.00

DWIGHT CUPPETT at TWIN with an inexpensive February, A. D. 1960. If you taUt 215 TB Asphalt Shingles .
OAKS GROCERY or call HU 3- weekly ad in The E-R, saying t do 10, Decree Pro Confesso will Square 5.60
I ()865 or HU 36545. 22-2t-pd nice things about local folks be entered against you for the relief .. I
15 Lb.
demanded in the Bill of ComplaintThe or 30 Lb Asphalt Felt
I FOR SALE: Nicely located home since 1865. Enterprise-Recorder is hereby Roll _. : : 2.00
near Valdosta highway, close to
designated as the newspaper in Cement, Portland
I Madison. JESSE MOORE Phone Mrs Ashley Fraleigh is transfer 125
which said order shall be published Sack. .. .
HU 36898. -21-2t-ch ring to FSU from Florida Southern fjl
I once: a week for four consecutive: r
College. Mortar Mix
I '
I I! FOR SALE: 1959 FORD RANCH' I -x- I weeks.Witness my hand and official Sack ....._.-...-- __ ,:' .' 1.15
We> know how to diagnose yourTV's Mrs C D Tomlinson left
Wagon, 2-door, 6 oCr}, Wedgewood Sunday sea! this 6th day of January, A. D. 4xS.x1i Celotex Sheathing
ills and cure 'em last for a vislt with relatives in
; Ray 63 00
Blue, Magic Air Heater, good Ga.Miss I960. Thousand Sq. Ft. _......_..--.. .
tires, excellent condition. HU 3- 1 City DALE M. LESLIE Clerk 'Circuit

6964. 212tpdlt. Roberta Green, of Gainesville Court. Sheetrock Sack .. ..Cement....,.............._.u..._...,........._ 2.50
FOR SALE: Two lake-front lots TELEVISION SERVICE was week end guest of her (SEAL)
I'f. on Cherry Lake. Phone Cherry parents. Mr and Mrs W B Selman. '9-tt-ch

L Lake 8268. MRS ..3 L, SIMS. ?" -,, 401 E Stevens St. : She was accompanied to Gainer _' I PAY CASH-PAY LESS
23-2t-ch VWe Sunday by her grandmother .
When friendly
r We Repair CANDIDATES- your
Mil Roberta Green, who is visiting -
FOR SALE: One Model',40 1-row Record-Players-Automobile Radios her there this week. opponents make untrue ..statements
John Deere tractor with cultivator A, Few Choice Selections about your past activities, straighten STUMP BROS.
harrow, disc plow 'and dis .. IN USED TV SETS CANDIDATES Rent an adding out the record with an E-R ad.f .
tributor. Reasonable.HOBSON Work guaranteed satisfaction machine to total promises of support they tell the truth on you there'snot

WILLIAMS RT 2, Madison, Fla. PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE from the deer peepuL THE E-R. much we can do.
194tpd.FOR .. OUR. WAY OF SAYING : '
t I SALE: 'Coastal Bennuda feay? 'Phone 9481 Qultman, Ga. L- ''' ," .. ,."
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Excellent quality, $30 per ton. BudTUlman ,.... Z'ha.Rogers .'. \.S>o ,'Ji .....#..,... t .'f,;
George EagreValdostaVGa.; Ph xn> 4I. i. '.t I. ., y ..r". "Ijr'--It 'I (
""' I'M READING ,.
111. iI
CH 2-3195. \, \ 1-" .. : : ..
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t FOR SALE: Polled HereCord.bul. .GIAUEWELERS .

\. Also, 10 reg. helfen. 'George '.: '..',' ... '
Eager, Rt 1, Valdosta Ga. ,,r .
For i" c.:
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19tfchFOR ': t.

I ,SALE CHEAP: One large coal 'DIAMONDS, JEWELRY : : ": .

r I or wood circulating Cheater; and EXPERT REPAIRING ADS IN THEIN : "
one small coal theater.! MBSMtLWALKER :
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t... .M. .. -' ; 115 'V'Dade,.sC-HU; : ; ,

'. 3-6243. %.". .t }o.22.1t,. .chi NATIONAL ,
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I 1 BEFORE SELLING your timber ''II:
i or timber land please see .
also Interested in buying a a .
are ...
limited amount of pine-hardwood .GA. ".., ,,.'.....: :,' .
t pulpwood delivered bytruck to ., .
e ."
Foley, FUu or loaded 'on R R cars. 803 No. Patterson .. ,'. ,1.. ... ..
See, write or call '. .
t L P. GIBSON -- E R : y r
I Rt. 3, Madison, Florida ,

I J.' Phone: perry Like 8363 TALBOTT PAINT --

apartment, dinette and kitchenette ANDWALLPAPER ,
,bath and shower. .{
I private CO. ..,.-' -
MRS M L .. .
HU 36243. 22ltchFOR .
Dade, .
HENT: Two-bedroom house :
close to Lake.' Water heater, gas VALDOSTA,%GA. .
furnished. FishIng free parkingWe
tank, and heater
privileges. See ROBERTS t .
Phone 8396.. Cherry have complete line of DwoskSa Ir .
GROCERY Lake. .. 2I'2Hh Wallpaper and 1500 colon of Palnfsto .,1 .
select from. Come (in and see
FOR RENT: 'New 3-bedroom houseon the Colorobot Machine operate. .t .

Cherry Lake all conveniences

phone and fishing house right in Madison Also; LIVE STOCK AUCTION

one 4-bedroom suit SELL your cattle and hogs in our ..
will repair and paint to auqtion; ,each Monday; Sales start It 1
-tenant: available around February1st 1:00.MONTICELLO STOCK 1'r 1 ::1
j 0 :MCDONALD, Pinetta YARDS, Monticello, Fla. T ,

Fla. 203t"ch Registered Angus bulls for sale" : ... '. .,!';,1'.... ,,:, ., .
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all times.
at ,'o'
apartment. C, !r
I FOR RENT: Furnished ; r ,
comfortable and attracts See Al .. }..,,'. .. 't ".-,
, MRS LARRY PINSON'.at Mad! J.D.Scrpp To.Keep: fy Wkk &. I "" : ';t 1t.J
son Cleaners. ,22-Zt-Cfl ,, ; JL., ., -" ... 9. <;<' ... ,. ,, }

FOR convenience RENT A:'Also bouse'Lac" with e,'prlv1lC1 moe:>;L n REGISTERED FORESTER.stmVEtOR-.:;;. *- t _: 1eAdyertisedBargairis!; ...t .. .

Lake 8268. ..
f Phone Cherry i FL A. : ; .u

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CHURCHA CHURCH I all around the county with E-R
preaching service every Sunday 118 N. Orange St. Phone HU 3.6335MEEfIh'CS

WE WELCOME YOU A preaching Service every Sunday. : campaign cards, posters, cir

1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 a. m. I Bible Study: Wednesday 7:30 P. M. culars. Be sure to say some
morning '
2nd and 4th Sundays 7:30 p. m. ? Service Meeting: Friday 7:00 P. M. thing nice about yourself, even !.
lit and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m.
School Friday 8:00 P M. FOR
Sunday School each Ministry : PHOTOS CANDIDATES .
( 2nd and .4th Sundays 11:00 m. if else m1LSMITH. .
Sunday at 10:00 a. m. .a. Watchtower Bible Study no one Whether you're running for dogcatcher -
Prayer Service each Sunday School every Sunday. Sunday 7:00 P. M. constable or Governor, .

Wednesday 8:00 p. m. 1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 L m. Kmgdom Seekers Welcome. AGNERENGAGEMENT -'I you'll need plenty of photographs

Family Night covered I 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 a. m.. No Collection Taken. i.. of ')'O/ rself. \(.
Night Covered Dish Supper '
dish supper, Friday You'll find the famous E R NQ-
Mr and Mrs R T Smithof
after Florida State students .
second University
night Sunday
before 1st Sunday! 7:30 p. m. Fiiday I Day, Fla. FHOOL PHOTOS perfect for every'
Woman's Society ofOuistian' every month promptly at 7:00 p. m. at home on n d"tennacaUon include and ,. occasion.
Servicei.. Woman's Society of Christian Service Miss Francine Milliner, Miss announce the engagement '
approachln marriage of their' ; MUG SHOTS
meets Thursday after meets on Monday night after Faye Perry; Miss Ann Folsom, Miss I daughter -'. SPECIAL

lit Sunday ,8:00 p. m. third Sunday.at 7:30 p. m. Connie Pepera, David Joseph, Clay i Joyce Ann R PHOTOS ?_......._.__._ $iO Methodist Men's dub meets The Methodist Men'. Club meets ton Jones, Howard and Arnie Tale to (This $3.00-deal makes you look

alternately with Rocky alternately with Cherry Lake on Edwin Browning Pat Cantey and Mr C D Agncf, Jr. .," ten years younger brings out your

:Springs::; Tuesday after Tuesday after the 4th Sunday .Jimmy Cooke. of Madison human warmth and affection'for all :

4tlT Sunday 8:00 p. m. 8:00 p. m. The ceremony: will take place in t voters before the election and

Official Board meets 1st Wed- The Official Board meets. each SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULEW the Brewer Lake Baptist church at ., hints at a trace of statesmanship.

nesday each even numbered month month following the supper on M A F Day Sunday, Feb 14th. at 3 pm. A It costs slightly more than the
after prayer service. ,7:30 A. M Gospel Musk $2.00 package but .
Family NightP. reception will DC held after theceremony well worth it)
Commission on Education meets 7:55 News
In.; Wednesday each odd numbered S. ROWELL, S- S. Supt. 8:00 Baptist Hour In the church recreation ;.,t, Remember Candidates in the
halt All friends and relatives are 1960 election. put your BEST FACE
month after prayer service. MRS. W. W.-CATLEDGE, Treas. 8:30 Gospel Music
Invited FORWARD with famous E-R

.' THOMAS SURLES, HARRY M. 9:30 Gospel Concert
Asst's.C. News
B. DAVIS, Pastor. Preaching Every Sunday.1st 10303 Sunday Serenade .. PRISE-RECORDER since 1865
10:43 Prelude to Worship
and 3rd Sunday Teretha Harmon a member of FOTO. I WANT TO WIN ,
,FIRST BAPTIST CHUBCH; 11KX a, m. and 7:00 p. m. 11:00 ,Morning Worship the Senior class at :MCTS Is the THE ELECTION. ....

GREENVILLE, FLA. 2nd and 4th Sundays 9:00 a. m. 12:00 News I960 Betty Crocker Homemakec: of

Sunday School ......-... 10:00 A. M. Sunday School Every 12:15 Afternoon Melodies Tomorrow In the MeT High \

:Morning Worship ........ 11K)0) A. M. Sunday _, ...__..._.,.. 10:00 L m. 1225 News School
Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M. Methodist Youth Fellowship. 1:00 Afternoon Melodies
She received the
Evening Worship .._.... 7:30 P.' :M. ..--. ., 6:00p. m 1:30 Afternoon Melodies a 50-minutc written highest examination score in
Wed. 730 P. M."HANSON 1:40 Serenade In Blue on
Meeting BOB SEARCY. School
Prayer Sunday Supt
'155 News homemaking knowledge and attitudes BUSINESSMEN .. .. .. ..
METHODIST CHURCH 2:00 Hour cf Decision taken by graduating senior 5 %
Preaching Services every First PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 2:30 Musical Sunday girls. She will receive an award.pin g If you want customers every

and Third Sunday 11:00 A. M. 255 News with the ,s!?;*n "Home is where TDtO. week in your store, tell 'em
and 7:00 P. M. Preaching every Sunday the heart is." Her examination
3:00 Musical Sunday :
about it in &.R
Sunday School every Sunday Sunday School 10:00 A. M 355 News paper will be submitted for competition :t.-666 an ad every

;, 10:30 A. M. Morning Worship .._ 11:00) A. M. 4:00 Hit Parade with other high school 1 j w ek.

Family Night Saturday before Sunday Evening BTU (;:30 P. :hi!. .:55 News winners to be named the state -.-.- :
}very second Sunday 6OP P. M. Evening Services _._ 7:30 P. M. 5:00 Music At Sundown Betty Crocker Homemaker of To- .

REV; C M. SAPPINGTON., Pastor Prayer Meeting Wednesday 5:30 Headline. & Weather morrow. ;

HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Eventng _.?.._..---::..... 7:00 ,P. M. 6:33, Sign Off Each state Homemaker of Tomorrow 1. ,;;

Sunday School........... 10:00 A. M. W B SEALS, S S SuperintendentJ PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO and will an receive educational a $1,500 trip April scholarship
Training '
Morning Worship ._ 11:00 A... M. 23-29 with her school adviser. The .
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M. Director. tour will include New York City .

Evening Worship _. 7:30 P. M. ERNEST CVRR, Minister Daily Program ScfceWc.WMAP and Colonial wniiamsbarg and will ,

Mid-week Prayer Service 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood culminate with the American Table

last Thursday .. WELCOME TO 1230 ON YOUR DIAL Banquet Washington, D C Apr .
of each month at ::7:30'P. M. 6:00 A..L Sign On .
NEW HOME BAPTIST CHURCH 28, at the' Statler Hilton Hotel
W.M.U. Second Thursday 2:30 P. M. 8:02 Fla. Farm Er.
where the All-American Homemakerof
6:25 World & State News
Evelene Kelley Circle
Tomorrow will be announced
Come With UaS "
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3rd 2:30 P. M. 6.30 i Fla. Farm Hour
Thursday _
... .:.. Tee In each state will
V. L. SINGLETARY, S. S. Supt' Sunday School ,-. 10.-00 A. M 6:45 Rudy Htmrkk. runner-up .I. '
Morning Worship 11:00 AlM.: a $500 scholarship the
Mon. Wed. FrI. '
( )
:ALBERT KELLEY, B.T.U. Director,
Baptist Training Union- 6:30 P.>L school of each state will be givena
653 World News .
I II I EWorship. >?:.. 7:30 P. M.. <7:00 State .Newt set of Encyclopedia Bri1ai i1c j j
Prayer'Service Tveentyi two from school
WELCOME TO Mid-week 730 P. M. '1Oi: Coffee With Ray girls our

MT OLIVE; BAPTIST CHURCH Brotherhood 4th ,Friday 7:30 P. M. 'J7:4SWorld. New took the examination. .

Sunday School 10.00 A. M.! Jack Pickles ._...---- S. S. Supt. 'i1SO: State News Madison Chapter NHA Reporter,

_ Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M. Sun Andrews _. B. T. U. Director '755';' "; Weather News Julia Mae Thompkins.

Training Union _.> 6:30 P. M. REV. "ELDRIDGE LYONS,'Pastor 8:00"' Coffee with Ray
Worship ',. .... 7:30 P. M. SALE .
Evening thOO Morning Devotions .
., Prayer Meeting ..,.._.."..... 7:30 P. M.. CHERRY. LAKE BAPTIST ,' >9:15 Musical Interlude Notice
Church Business Meeting First 9:30 Music Unlimited .
Judgment for Money issued out of
Wednesday night of each month. 10.-00 News the Small Claims Court in and
Brotherhood and W.M.U. Second Preaching Services: every Sunday 10:05 Music Unlimited Madison County, Florida dated for Sickness ad Accident plan gives yov .

Thursday night of each month.} .Morning Service 11:00 A. M. 10:30 Music Unlimited October & 1959. In the wherein ,
, Preaching Services Every Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P< M. 11.-00 Music Unlimited V C Champeaux is plaintiff and Our Sickness and Accident insurance provides your
1 Come Worship With Us. Sunday School every Sunday at 11:15 Public Service of most
Audrey and Richard Stringfellow, family with this 4-way protection: (1) payment "-
REV. DOZIER SAPP. Pastor 1150 Record Session individuals d/b/a Town Square Inn hospital bills; (2) assistance with major medical
BTU Every Sunday at 6:15 P. M. 12:00 World News -
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meeting arc defendants I. Slmmlc H Moore expenses; (3) income to replace earnings lost through q
every Wednesday 12:15 P3L Noontime Notes
REV. I. T. CARTER Pastor as Sheriff of Madison County Flori. : '
benefits tor.fatatoJ'
at 750 P. M.Brotherhood 12:30 Talk Of The Town disability; (4) large lump sum
da levied
Services every Sunday first Thursday every upon all of the crippling injuries.Call us for details .. today.
Sunday School _........... 10:00 A. M. month at 7:30 P. M. 12:40 Uncle Ned right, title and interest of the abo'enamed __

Morning Worship ....._ 11:00 A. M. Welcome. 12:45 State News defendants in the following ." .
Training Union ._.__........ 7:00 P. M. REV. J. TL COLLINS. Paste, 125C 1255 q Farm Weather News News described property, located In whatIs MORROW INSURANCE AGENCY-

Evening Worship _.... 8:00 P. b I. known as TOWA Square Inn in
Prayer Meeting Wed. .... 7:30 P. M MADISON CHURCH Of CHRIST 1:00 5 Hillbilly Hit Parade Madison Florida, to wit 3-6250'< >
155 ; News Telephone HU
4i 108 W. Pinckney, Ji
701 South Range -* One (1) 5-Ton Bruner Air Con

[ 3IOSELEY HALL BAPTIST Sunday Bible Study 10:00 A. M. 2:00 sPubUc> Copel-rlme ditioner complete with pump and
2:30 Service Group&
the Hartford Fire Insurance Company
CHURCH Lord's Supper and 2:45t Afternoon Melodies tower, and that, toprttenttnt

"REV. JACK LAMB ..._..... Pastor Edification .............. 11:00 A. M. 255 World & State News On the 29th day of February .

S. R. Sapp .....Chairman Board of Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 3:00 '' Afternoon Melodies A D 1960. at the west front door
Deacons. Wednesday Evening 3:45 *"" Public Service of the Madbcn Cmmty Courthouse

Billy Bailey _._ B.T.U. Director Services ?........_.__._ 7:30 P. M. 4iW r* News In the City of Madison Florida. .

Leroy Cruse ......_ Associate Director .:05 "Q* Request Parade between the legal hours of sale
v ...... NEW HOPEFULMISSIONARY to wit 11:00 o'clock in the fore-
Leroyr + -- S. S. Supt. BAPTIST CHURCH 455 :World fc State-News FUEL-MORE FUEL
"Mia Merle Bass __....... Song Leader 5:00' Request Parade noon and 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon
first and third
rifts Juanita Cruse ..._....... Pianist I Services every ':4S "* Sports Highlight I will offer the said prop. ,
11 .. and 800 ..
at m m.
.1: Sundays a. p. city for sale at public outcry and ;
Sunday School .... 10:00 A. M. 6:00: World News
'I Sunday School every Sunday 10 KX) will sell the same to the highest
-Morning Worship ........ IttOO A. M. 6:15 Twilight Tunes
Training Union _.._ 7:00 P. M. a.m.Training 655 News and best bidder or bidders for

""Even1r g Worship 8:00 P. M.Trayer Union every Sunday 7:00 730 Sign Off CASH the proceed*, to be applied GASOLINE KEROSENE > TRACTOR FUEL
Wed. 7:30 P. hi!. p.m. as far as may be to the paymentof
Meeting PROGRAMS : '
3ust I without
as am one plea. CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE .
I above described execution -
3. come. Regardless of your clothes BAPTIST CHURCH
, .
Pped Aii Florida. 23dt.chPLATE
Day- Madison County
$pum. You are welcome in our I Services Every Sunday
church service. i REV CARL V.1C EY. Pastor MAN and OTIS BROWN are standing by fortybur service

,Sunday School 10:00'A. M NjktwithlhJdorDiscomf.rt Y -
MADISON CHURCH OF GOD Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.

. Sunday School .._.._ 10:00 A. M. Choir Practice 6:00 p. M.

t Morning Worship 11:00 A. :M. Training Union ....:!1... 6:30 P. M. ? GLASS//

: Evening Worship 7:30 P. M. Worship _..... 7:30 X.,. M L..... eathIc a lri.bi.q.cq M .
jo. Youth Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. 7aOP.lt ...... el .... Lt ....,.. bI..i. i I
Prayer Meeting. Wed.. InttaUollll-...... ,w 1.d rwt3 ,
REV. a B. BRICKLKY. Pastor tm.. s1 .......,et'taWa. Aaf It r.bt. GLASS
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SEVENTH-DAY ADVIE"TISfCuuRcll ........ .. .th...ea1.r asst acta. ...d.ca.4 ...... GLASS BLOCK H HINC.
L. D. S. SERVICE ...a+..r i.tl.a.tri....a.aiowlDa. J.BJ
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tHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF Services every Saturday at Madison walt-117. DMpota.. MJU tS AUJS-CHALMEU* TRACTORS "
American Legion Hall .. Pma aft a .... r... ..... k \
LATTER DAY SAINTS >. I-n.r .... .... I II
Sabbath School begins 2 p. m. .. ...... 's.bIatb.cs ... I 215 W. Savannah Ave.
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Sunday: School _. _... 10:00 a. m. ........ acdoa ..
Sacrament,Meeting ..._ 11:00 a. m. Church Service at 3 p. m. w" r"'t.nIu.a.ntIc....: a4 &iM. Phone: CHERRY 2-5235.. -
Ttelief Socletylnd'. Priesthood lime! YAT S. Pastor Tele- .s"suers.,......4ksretM........e.w ,'" VaJdMa', GeorgiaiLWf.MOWERS44. Ai ..... "' II '"It
and place as announced': Sacrar -- cl kldw t....
Everyone Welcome a.. zt a..w

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HALLE ntEE-T ue1 wA.c course with D BRIGGS-STRATTON MOTORS \ *
NrShis- 10 per cat Down PayaaeftwMrrotf
R. CARR L., Branch Pm. every' SMITHCOHONAat PeebsMstjeWd MJITLY co.


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