The Madison enterprise-recorder
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028405/00214
 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 26, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00028405:00214
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> 5 ga s disabled veteran Mr Jewell
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: Pictured above is the new home of Fraleigh-Ashlcy Truck ANNOUNCES FOR REELECTION special favors to .anyone,:' and to

ifa and Tractor Company on the Valdosta Highway. You Angus Armstrong is announcinghis work for new industry to provide

are invited to attend a big formal opening at the new candidacy ,for another term in more and better Jobs and cooperate -

''y'yt '. building Friday and Saturday, February 26 and 27. office as Tax Assessor. He feels with all elected and appointed

; ''P, '" (E-B Photo) that the people Madison County officials of Madison County. >

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; LIVE STOCK SHOW AND SALE and the state of Florida need his

t J ,,-' ., ,. College Parkways. experience and knowledge more NBC Moves Against '.

r yw '<< The sixth: annual North Florida now than ever, also his ability to
,.i.71ft" .. ': Beautified Livestock Show and Sale gets assess property as laid down by

w., ._._n'm..mm-------- c. ,j> : under way Monday,. Feb 29, and law so interpreted by the state Some T-V Excesses ,
r : Tuesday, Mar 1st at the Agricul- courts. He promises as in the past
Watson SucceededByPressIeyatFPC 4" .-..; i The Turner Davis Drive at North to all of
like value
"" :'. ; : tural Center. Entries will be received assess property
W. Florida Junior College is being (The following are excerpts from-
it"", at 7'a m Monday, all to be equal to his best knowledge and
an AP story in Feb 17 Tallahassee
I planted in ligustrum, red bud, crepe belief.
;1 I in place at 11 a m; Judging pens Democrat:) \ '
t myrtle and conifers this week.
of cattle 2 p m followed by, FFA NEW YORK-The National Broad
The entire Drive from the high EDISON BIOGRAPHY AT '
Irlf and 4-H Steer Show at 2:30. casting Co. has moved to eliminate
way in majestic. the
William R r Tuesday March 1st, pens of bar extreme violence and leering sex
Prepay, district
eastern terminus is being beautified North Junior Library
Florida College -
from television shows watched by
1'0win be
t manager for Florida Power Corporation I I judged. at 9am;
Botwood and conifers have
has received jecently children
a released
at Apopka, has been named to y,' ,I barrow show at 10 am, and at 7
succeed C "ChUck" Watson as i iI been set out, outlining the parkways p m the gain in weight contest and 500 page biography of the James A 'stabile, NBC vice presi-
I in front of the college build late Thomas Alva Edison entitled dent in charge of standards and
I district manager here, it has been; sale of barrows, and fat cattle take
; announced by FPC 'Northern DIvision ings, and a grouping placed near A D "Edison". practices, Tuesday issued a directiveto
place. Reams President North
Manager R W Norman. I Congressman D R. .(Billy) U S 90 Other groupings also Florida Livestock Matthew Josephson, author of production organizations.To .
W.t-I will
Matthews Association show an actor firing bullets
from Washington
announced his
azaleas and
son was this month camellias are expectedto several best sellers has in "Edison"
place awards In this show; Van H into a victim already dead Is entirely
I office today that he will bea
manager of the company's Avon be added to the highway! and
brought out and
Park District. The promotions are candidate for re-election to Congress I Priest member Florida Retail Association new more complete I superfluous, not to say morbid
college grounds; according to
concept of America's greatest in "
etfective March 1. from the Eighth District of presides at the gabvin-
Florida. Grady Moon, who Is doing the 'weight ventor. Josephson depicts the late "To extend a fist fight into a
contest and
A veteran,,of 34 years service with George. Townsend -
FFC, Pressley has been district I planting. Fred Mahan of Monti- is ringmaster. Thomas Alva Edison's improve- prolonged beating and to show

manager at Apopka since 1947. He cello donated the plants Wilbur Rutherford, Chairman I risked childhood, his- inventive success close-ups of facial injury goes well

first joined the company-as a lineman hAhN RING? Madison County Board of Commissioners and failures, his contributionsto beyond the needs of establishing conflict
VALENTINE BIRTHDAY PARTY and borders on the sadistic.
in Lake Wales in 1926 and industrial development his bit
R R Denson of Pinetta, '
"Such extremes of violence
later served serviceman In Cler- -
as ter fight with George Westing-
naont. He was promoted, to Cler- Lynnette Browning, daughter of Charles Walker, representing the not be used on NBC programs for
C W (Red) Braswcll reported farmers and, Berman Melvin house's wit and charm. This with "
mont district manager In 1944. Very Mr and Mrs Woodrow
Wednesday that he was consideringrunning Browning, the additional
Greenville other Madison Stabile said also have a
are Countymen parents
active in civic affairs, Pressley has
for Sheriff of Madison celebrated her sixth birthday witha
recently available from Edison what
served as president and director of assisting. Madison Directors: r responsibility in determining
County. party last Friday at the Play archives of the Edison Library will ,their children watch on TV.
the Orange County Chamber of are B Waring.. Dr J A Davis
Commerce. He was also president of He is a graduate of the Coyle house kindergarten. Guests were J J Sale, David Smith Joe Reams, make "Edison" popular reading I .
Chamber of Commerce and the kindergarten kiddies and ber for all Mike Paterson is visiting his
the Apopka Electrical School In Chicago, Griffin Bishop Paul Ragans. Hugh ages. f
for three terms and served as a the Dale Carnegie Course. A veteranof sisters Elaine and Mary Beth. Gibson, A D Rearm Coleman! The new book is now available mother In Jacksonville this week.Notice.

director for many years. He is a If three years of the Navy during The Valentine motif was used Richardson, Rudy Hamrick'and brie for public use.

past-president of the Apopka Rotary the War, he served as an aviation In the decorations on the pretty Mr Max McGraw, President of Registration
Club and has been active In Boy ,machinists. piate. He also worked' birthday cake and In the heart- treasurer, J C Burnette. McGraW'Eilson Company has
Scout work the KnIehts of Pythias I five years for the Sun Oil Co. shaped cup cakes topped with tiny I '
;.' and the Masons. He is atoo a member of Virginia in ,sales and managerial candles, Ice cream was served with THOMAS EUGENE PINSON the biography to the library. The I The registration books for the
of the Jim:Baftfct'.Cfeweh of capacities: 'prior' to joining! FPC Mr and Mrs Joe Pinion of Sarasota HcGraw-Eisin Company Is an May. 1960,. primary election wm
cakes. the
the Favors also'in!
r. Apopka and served several, < His, civic activities are many and were announce the birth of a son, electric manufacturing company I be open every day in the office
t. ., Valentine motif Lynette received Thomas Eugene Pinion Feb. 15. which Is. consolidation
of severalcompanies
.. aj a Deacon. varied. Among" them are; past president a of the Supervisor of Registrationthrough
Employe In J9t .as Jetor1 of the Madison, Lions dub, manr nice gifts. He weighed 1 Ibs. and 12 ozs. The including the late : .., January February, and

engineer In operations, c II' director of the .Madison County In- baby is Mr and Mrs. Larry Pinion'sfirst Thomas A Edison's own company March.If: .

:, and maintenance .aysm, Watson I duxtrial Corp. and Madison Boosters Nat Norfleet. a patient at the grandchild. Mr McGraw is also Chairman of you registered in 1953 or
..- moved to DeLaad In 1M aM served, Club; participation In Red Cross Medical Center at Bethesda Md the Board of Telephone since you are OK for voting and
as residential aides I.'u..tive I[I and Polio Fund drives and Boy accompanied: Mrs Norfleet, arrived Miss! Connie. Pepera. a freshman+ Southeastern do not have to re-register.

until 1951 when Ke,w* ftt-oaett- tot Scouting, and service on the board bona ."Wednesday night fora at Florida State University, pledgedto Company' which company ARTHUR E. RAGANS
district manager via* traarfeCTed! to 1[of stewards of the Madison Metnost week's Jrislt with his parents, Mr the Alpha XI
Madison 'I Church. N and Mrs JOrby Rf +Tr inn, the mid-teha rusting events. .', ', and the surrounding area. i 19-Thrg Marca-cli

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your friendlj .
opponents make untrue statement ,

about your past activities. straighten .. COBLE'S. Brought To You Weekly By' I
our the record with an E-R ad

If they tell the truth on,you there' FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK
;:J not much we can do. Howard St I
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The Madison County PTA conducted i, W I

a two-day workshop at the I I Lumber Co., '

Cherry Lake School .February 18 V
and 19. The theme of the work Ij I WHEN YOU t

shop wa "Taking a look at your j Ij IN A 60ATf(1: ;; REAMS SCARBORO- of Greenville,
'. NsTttts
!&Chool Mr A J Hargrove. 'Regis'trar BE SURE TO TAKE / .. 0 '
of the North Florida Junior ALONG A LIFE II ( L1cIsIpRESERrER. WHIM : do you read the... Fisherman

College, served as moderator for FOR FISH Calendar! 'It,
,the two-day meeting. Mrs John m .
Thigpen,' President of the County '
PTA Council, was the presiding BE' IT / k
Approximately 50 persons attended FOR INNER'fUBE .. FOR THE WEEK fU. 28 THRU MARCH 6
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the workshop. Dr Blanche Tyr 'ANYTHINGTHAT .
Hardy, Director of the Guidance i WILL 11... Iw bch Day -rePs WMi fiala lit. ...." ,.
Center of the North Florida Junior CUSHfOH
College; Dr Oscar Beck, General .KEEP YOUR YE SUN MON WE WED THU FRI SAT SUN ,
Supervisor of' County Schools; JACKET BELT gTER S 28 29 I t I 2 3 I a 5 6 I

Wiley Sirmon Superintendent of SK.I 1 rs > e ?
/ 250 3:37 4:24 5:10 5:56 6:43 7:29 8:17
Secondary Education; R R Dugan, .f '"
Chairman, County Board of Public COOP WAY

Instruction; Mrs Ruby Ulm High I'-. TO HANG
School Librarian, Madison High '. : yY : OM,' J Blocks HM Fish -- Bttr the Day for Fishing I
School; and Burch Cornelius, Principal -
Madison High School also OVERTURNS / "

attended the workshop STAY WITH THE HOWARD


Wilbar homes in Lakeside Sunday - EU 3-6106 MADISON, FLORIDAWORK

afternoon.Mr .

T G Williams, builder, of ..
Moultrie Ga was on hand to greet
the large number attending. CMWOFThM&{ UP WITH POLITICS
Each house is designed with ex- appreciate your ad copy by PLANT AT NFJC r IN THE E-R

terior of asbestos siding car port 5 pm. TUESDAY. THANKS. The Grecnvillf chapter 70, OES -

and: storage area The interior held 1U annual Installation of V Mr and Mrs Bill Wimberly spent
To each and
The grading has for the everyone assisted
plan includes a combination living officers, Saturday evening at 8:00 Sunday in Starke visiting an aunt
in any during the Illness
erection of way
dining room three -bedrooms, tile p m In the Masonic Temple. This new physical education who is Ill
bath, ample closet space, kitchen The Madison Garden Circles will Was an open Installation facilities for the North Florida I and passing of our beloved father

with compact cabinet space andbuilt have their Annual Spring, Garden Mrs Ethel Hays, P GI of Florida Junior College. Actual constructionwill and grandfather, deep appreciationand
Tours Thursday morning, March begin in a few days 2100 thanks.
in stove and oven.xbe central and chairman of the Grand on a
distributes 3. The gardens of Mrs 0 R Ham- square foot building that will May God richly bless you in Stock
gas heating system Representatives-for the Triennial pro A Reducing Sale At
rick, Mrs Van H Priest and Sen each of your tomorrows.Mr .
heat at ceiling openings through session of General Grand rooms eight '
W T Davis will be chapter
open to guests
and Mrs R M Moore and
Insulated:! attic ducts. The floors will nt In Miami In 1961, the Installing shower stalls and sixteen dressing
Circles meet at 10:00 a., was, family. Mr and Mrs* \V 0 Allen S. H. Hadden & Co.
.the walls at- alcoves for women. The building
are hardwood jtndj : for coffee and business programs officer. She was .b1.
I visit wiQ:also provide! showers, and famu); I "f '
tratflvely tinted. after which they will the Mrr Emmalu Brow 'JOm.; gang ''4
Buyers for one home are Mr gardens. Mrs C S Blalockill be ductress of Florida as' ltabhaJ, toweling rooms and locker runs i *rk .. .tC4 AlhWinter Merchandise Cost
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and Mrs Mack Primm and -for the hostess to the Camellia Circle; Mrs Mrs Riley Head, P M of Monti- for Win, as well as storage rooms Mr and Mrs 'Harry T9minson! v *. '. or-"vpn" less** ,. *' *

other Mr and Mrs C.E Quick O B Hamrick and Mrs Paul Ra- cello as chaplain," and Mrs Minnie for the physical education equipment 'and children, of" Thomasville, spent \ t

which has the addition of a paneled gars, to the Azalea Circle at the Oookseyr P M of Montkello, as toilet faculties for the men Sunday here with his mother, Mrs Ladies Dresses, Car Coots Men's
Hamrick home and Mrs V M Folsom
family room. organist. and women and office space for C D Tomllnson. Shirts, Men's Jumpers
Mrs B G Wyche and Mrs J
The following officers were Installed the instructors. Miss Margie M
G Ashley Jr to the Dogwood Circle Many Other Items
ALL 1WO COTTON INCLUDEDIN at 'Mrs Folsom's home. : Mrs Rosle Leggett: Worthy Gabriel and Mr Louis C Thompson, tile shower facilities and ventilated

QUOTA PROGRAM, Matron; "Wiley Sirmon Worthy Jr are the physical education Instructors locker rooms."It is modern and S. H. Hadtan & Co.
Patron; Mrs Lourene SUtrunk, at NFJC. functional in every respect and
Marketing quotas for the 1960 Mrs Hyem Kramer spent severaldays Assoc Matron; W W Rudd, Assoc According to Dr Marshall Hamilton will be eventually incorporated into
of cotton apply to all in Jacksonville the past week Madison Florida
crop upland President of the build "
Patron; Mrs Ruth Reams, secretary the gymnasium Dr Hamilton re
who elect Choice visiting her son-in-law and daughter
f producers-those(B) allotments as well as those with Mr and Mrs Lester E .Green- ; Mrs Lena Bird treasurer; Ing will be of brick design with ported. V ....

Choice (A) allotments, John Cone field, and their new baby- Scott Mrs Martha Brown; conductress; .,- .1j
Chairman of the County Agricultural Marshall. Mrs Doris cruet Assoc conductress .

Stabilization and Conservation, 1 ; Mrs Frankle Frohock Sentinel -
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Committeesays.. Miss Anne Folsom a senior at ; Mrs Gwyndoline Earp, chap. OMY

Florida State University for graduation lain; Mrs Lettie Lou Loper. organist ,

G-E Appliances in the June 1S60' class will ; Mrs Blanche Clark, Marshal; ... .,.
begin her Interne teaching in :Marchat Mrs Annelle English Adah; Mrs \ Only is a strong word,but The Lark has earned it.'"* ....' :
HowertM Supply Ce. the High School at Fort Walton Alice Rudd, Ruth; Mrs Ruby Patrick ,.;!Ii."

Beach. Esther; Mrs Beulah Powell, ONLYniE LARK o{all compacts,gives'you a choice in. all models' "' ., .
.. Martha; Mrs Lavada. Rudd Elects;I of a 90 hp. cylinder engine or a doubly powerful V-8. ti

World's Finest Water Poop and Mrs Rosa Day Warder. ONLYniL LARK of all 6 passenger compacts is less than 15 I, ,,
The Junior That Matron Mrs feet in length(Qt is shorter outside than all other compacts);but -
Lettie Lou Loper, was presented a inside it combines larger-car head-shoulder-hip-leg room. (It is a

I. Past Matron's pin and a gift to, the true six passengers-in-comfort car.) ,6-1 ,'.;!

RUTH-BERRY chapter. She, in turn presented the ONLY TIlE LARK,of all compels,offers all these: automatic ,
4 Lena Bird pin to the new worthy transmission, power steering and rakes. Twin Traction '
Matron differential,4-oarrel carburetor. Hill Holder,air conditioning. _
The Worthy Matron's parents reclining seats, padded dash and many other features; "";

4! Mr and Mrs Parker of Perry, her C/iVZr/TH LARK,of all compacts,offers you seven axle ratio., ,.
\ 6 Y husband Al, and daughter Nancy -In The Lark alone you can select the best cbmoination of :
were present for the Installation. transmission,power and axle ratio to meet oQr particular needs.

MonthsMoney Months The chapter room was lovely- In
spring flowers.
After the meeting cake and
Warranty coffee were served: In the dining
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and Parts
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North Florida Junior College reported -

I" that he plans to attend the

annual convention of the American

," 'Get a RUTH-BERRY & Forget your Pump trouble Association* of Junior Colleges I r
t which will meet In Louisville

( March 4. compact models: Convertible(oruy one in the field),hardtop.
j PRACTICALLY BffOSSIBLE TO.FREEZE ANDWJRST. In addition to representing NFJCat 2 and 4-door sedans 2 and 4-door station wagons.

w ,1.'.. . ". the com Uon. Dr Hamilton Visit your Studebaker Dealer today.See and drive...

will be on a panel of Presidents to The' Compact. Without Compromise .

__ .. c.--tt IMe Its -pn.e.; ;..-' a discuss new junior the problems coUegej,of organizing '

Dr Hamilton also i attepded the ; TIIE RH STflDEB KEl.

I :.' .. Wi ...... 'Air aM SI.itt elf ..r.W.g....! ky. .......,; ,_ convention last year'I then the delegates ;, Y

rI met In Long Beach California: It' ,
I i''.. Cenpfetely Aate..tic-No Cetrels to Regulate ._ .* '

I /.; er Gk 0* el n-1 urwer.: __ O\"ft'the Guests week of Mrs end annette mother Jones,
.) were her
'* Mrs Coral Wright, and her brother C. RAGANS
I 'Fran.SfctMow te Deep in ** a ".te. Archie Wright 'both of Jackson: .
k, ..j-" ,": SOLD AND SERVICED: BY ville. ,

It""'4.'. LiTTLETCN WELL DRILLERS G-E ft4pauces '. .Cor.: Dade and DuvaJ Streets Madison, florid

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Political Announcements FOR SCHOOL BOARD ''

The regular county political announcements DISTRICT TWOI 'T Of) Late To Classify"PUPPIES .. .
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cost $10.00 and run ,
until the election. They 'are to be respectfully announce that I : I have seven cute little ,.:: ". *
paid for 'withthe Insertion order am a candidate for Scbool'Board, part-pointer puppies 2H months : Notice To Farmers ) "

District 2, Madison County, subjectto old that are eating me out ,of : > d., ...., ; ,Z ;
Saturday, February 21 t FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE the May 1960 Democratic pri house and home. Ideal for pets, '#.. ."., ,...' i' ;. .' ... .. i
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respectfully announce that ama maries. My greatest Interest in our also could be trained To: salvage ;' ">! : 'f'" )
in Technicolor, starring candidate for State Representative of cost of raising. I want $S 1 I
system is for the best facilities 1 \WejBuy Yellow Ear Corn the ", ;
Guy Madison, Kathryn Grant. from Madison County, subject to, possible. Being a of each for them; to go only, 'how- '.; M b I
parent .
J two-fisted ,frontier .rancher *01; the ,Democratic primaries- Hay, three children in school gives : ever' to those who will take* care t.1 ..",.;Year Around _1'1./..i'f.t X J"J
.many talents, who'.fought tirelessly 1960. If you elect me to this post me of them. T C MERCHANT.. .,- ... < : '. .
.. ,
I much interest in* our local schools i ." +*? -.0".. c' ,
for justice-but still had time for lion, I will serve all of Madison ",,' ,
love. Life was cheap-and, the .priceof County unselfishly 'and without and I would appreciate the opportunity I FOR SALE: Florida Runner1: pea- ; ..'*.. \' : Price. Now s '1::':. I \ t. a. ..I' H
justice was great pedal favors to anyone. I earnestly i to. serve yoUyl earnestly I nut%Iftd.bi hnllf or shelled. l ; .. '1. :e 'I f

,I solicit your -vote and support.; .. solicit your ,,support Inthe coming HOWARD HUGHEY,* R 3, 'Madison '; t. .y
GOD'S LITTLE ,ACRE, starring! ; ''" > $1.20"petitih e ;
Sincerely election ,, Fla. 2s-2t-pd : j jf
Robert Ryan, Aldo Ray, Tina Louise i / GEORGE W. JEWELL, JR. ;"
Erskine CaldwelT" world famous Sincerely FOR SALE: New 3 bedroom with ,. .

novel now springs to vivid life on FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE R. W. (BOB) MILKER 2 baths house located in Priest f /' ,: t, picker picked ;,. rI r- ;

the screen. A true story of the ,, Sub-division. H. B. WINTEN- I It: H \, 'i,.oJ. '.
farmers and their families in the I I FOR SCHOOL BOARD BURG, -Rtf 1 Madison, : : : ", i ,,* '!, ,
respectfully announce Fla.25.2tpd A "
deep south. Cartoon.SundayMonday ; DISTRICT NO. 2 : "
February 28, 29 have discharged:: my duties to I FOR RENT: Furnished apartment I .,
PILLOW TALK, in cinemaScope subject to the Democratic primariesin I the best of my abilities In an Apply IL T. IIQLTON, SR. Phone Milling Company ,; ,

end Technicolor; starring Doris Day, May, 1960. If you eject me to !honest, progressive and economicalway. HU 3-' 2U- 26-tf-ch ..
Rock Hudson. The merriest, mad this position will serve you I Our children's Interests and JASPER FLA. .
dest comedy of shy They FOR RENT' to Couple: upstairs
year. honestly, soberly, and capably to betterment have always been upper-
sing, laugh and love their way .most in my mind and efforts 1 furnished Apt Dinette, kitchenette -
the best of my ability. I will great
through a mad-cap romantic spree. hereby solicit your vote and sup- private bath shower. Mrs
Truly a fun-fest for all Cartoon. ly appreciate your vote and support port in the May 1960 Democratic I ,
M WALKER, 115 Dade Street, ---- --- -:: -

Tuesday-Wednesday, March 1, 2 primaries for reelection as your Madison Phone HU I WILLIAM BELLAMY PASSES
Sincerely.A School Board Member from District 3.6243.4t .
DOUBLE FEATURE L. (Rooster) Leggett, Jr. Two -ch'FOR Witttara Bellamy, life long I
Sincerely I dent of aiadigon, passed
PEOPLE starring john Agar, June CK Xroo s Aj3 Xireouou qnp RUSS DUGAN RENT: Two small, two-be3-: early Wednesday morning
Kenny. See the Dwarfs. .Giant beast.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE roem houses OJFI South Shelby Madison County Memorial
to crush the people, FOR TAX COLLECTOR '
attempt puppet
Florida Davis
street Apply Miss tal. lie survived
Is. by one
in the battle of the century. An I respectfully announce that I
With humble thanks and appreciation Phone Ha 36141. 252th ter, Ftoretta Kit tft' of I
unusual thriller of a warped world.
: am a candidate for County Judge
for the past support and I N Y; four sons Semmle I
of Madison County, subject to the
THE HARLEM'GLOBE.TROT'f Thomas Gomez Democratic primaries in May 1960. courtesies I respectfully announce I Help! Help! Help! of Rochester Y, Willie !
TERS, starring .
If elected I will serve all the my candidacy for reelection) to I of Eustia, Florida Lee
Dorothy Dandridge. See the champsl
Thrill to their arena razzle-dazzle. people to the. best of my\ability office of Madison County Tax i rYes I Valdosta and Kelley

These miracle men of sports In a with fairness 19 everyone and Collector subject to the May Pri Help is wanted at the Sebring, Fla; three sisters, S

picture the whole family will en- special privilege to none. I will maries, 1960. I promise a continuation White Top Drive-In. If you area Wilson of Madison, Emily
There's nothing funnier than greatly appreciate your vote and of effort to renter the I of St
Joy. support. you waitress or night cook, don't Petersburg and
their gags and games. Cartoon. best and most courteous service Holmes of Madison; two
Sincerely, walk but run to the WHITE
Thursday-Friday, March 3, 4 EDWIN L. (EDDIE) FLOWERS possible. TOP and WHAT'S THE Tommy Bellamy of Madison,
DOUBLE FEATURE Cordially, grandchildren and four

CANDY ROCK, starring Lou Costello REGISTRATION. Funeral services will be there's'a
Dorothy Provine. The tallest WILLIAMSON. day at 2 p m, February
tall story to come your way. The respectfully announce that I ama the CrossRoad Baptist .
hilarious story of how a tyrant was candidate for the office of Super- respectfuUy'apmunce my candidacy WANTEDWhite woman, 45-65, Interment will follow in the /

terminated feet tall, but every visor of Registration of 'Madison for re-election as County; Tax urgently' needed to' care for Roads with Clifford

inch beautiful. V, ; County_ subject to the Democratic' Assessor for another term, subjectto elderly gentleman in IJOak worth cemetery of Beggs Colored I CO 1 ;

ATTILA In Technicolor, starring primaries In'May 1960. I promise the. Democratic Primaries in Fla. Call Collect UOak. Home
in charge of
Sophia Loren, Anthony Quinn. A honest, conscientious and courteous" May. I promise honest and faithful TO 2-1451 between S-6. pm Feb
service to all It you elect me" to service to all as in the past,alwayl
colorful story of one of history's 226,27. After Feb 27 write Mrs Liberia Waters was
this! office. I earnestly solicit your -
being mindful of the 'trust the
greatest. mysteries. vote and support Live Oak 17th on a charge of !
office holds. Your vote and support
Sincerely, tax paid whiskey with ,
i W. B. (BAILEY) WYNN will be appreciated.
sell, and was released the
For Quality FurnitureFRlGmAIRE Sincerely, WANEDFull or part.time sales
on $200 bond.CANDIDATESWhen


FLOOR COVERING T-Vs SEE PERRY= WINSPerry's .. ... Lake City, .Fla-, Phone 3736. opponents make untrue

WEUSFUWBRECft{ :, friends and .fellow-citizens ----'- r .. .. 225-tf of Madison: County: I want'to'thank high school U&ketbali J_ I out the record with an E=

*&* MADISON, Ff.L I each of you for your vote and support team defeated Greenville 'Tuesday{ TO BUY?"'200 to, 700 If they tell the truth on you .
j and your wonderful cooperation night 78 to 56 for its 17th victory acres of cheap 'land.Vrie H --- -- -- -- --- -----

Exchange Students while .servtn as your Registration In 20 starts. Luther Pickets of FOGLE, 1005 N Boston Ave, .De-

officer I have endeavored Greenville was the'came', top Land, Fla. 25-2t-pd-; .... FOR BIGGER PROFITS}

Address Rotary at'all limes to gh-e'OU honest scorer with 22, points. 0 I am. planning to start classes in l $H YOUR DIXIE I

efficient and courteous service. On Perry's B team also defeated the piano for1 beginning pupils. If

this record I earnestly solicit your flu-rav'aged Greenville B's 51 to 12. interested, please see rne or call NITROGEN DEALER.i ./
'" .. '
Miss Anne Dente Mittet Lilies- f i iI
vote and support In the 1960 May MRS C C MATHENY, phone l'C'

tram, Norway, and Mr Emilio primary elections for reelection _Mrs H D ()Oxford and Krr C 0 HU 32302.: c : 26-lt-ch I 4 S 3 %
Borra, of Milano, Italy, exchange for Supervisor of Registration. Bates of Greenville, S C spent the ;
students of Valdosta State College Sincerely I week end in L'akeJand'IsiUns: Mr PEOPLE READ E-R ADS! 1 FARMER'SMUTUAL

were guest speakers at the Rotary ARTHUR E RAGANS and Mrs T J Oxford and Mr and The E jt by TUESDAY at 5 P M : JZ :

Club, Wednesday. Mr Borra spoke on Mrs Homer Oxford and their fami and say, TAKE AN AD EXCHANGE 1 1t
modern aspects of post-war-life In FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER lies. Mrs Bates returned to her PLEASE// : In oouett, Madison Fla.

Italy as concerning politics business home In Greenville. Thursday after I NAVACO 1YNERTO f t-), IAUWD'. I I Ij
and social! changes. A'questionand DISTRICT THREE a two weeks'1111. 4 SUPPLY
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Robert answer Andrews period,followed.B W Stokes I respectfully-announce that I ama Today;America-Has A NEW Low-Price Field. AND I IRAMBLER'

and C T McWUHams Jr were received candidate for County Commissioner .
members. District 3, :Madison County, .
as new *
Fla., subject to the Democratic I I IL
Visiting Rotarians were -Dr Bro- primaries in May,, 19G0; I have

ward Culpepper, of Tallahassee, lived all my life in District 3, LEADS .

Or1I1eV Olson and Alfred Olson I have farmed all my life, and am .
of Clark, S D. Guests were W n.. familiar with the needs and

Presley and Van H Priest, lems of our district and count ptOb-j 1\

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. 3rd I I will Cooperate with the '
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA Commissioners for the best interests ----i---
IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY. of Madison County. I +\

IN CHANCERY earnestly solicit your vote and sup- 1
Alexander Hodge, Plaintiff- point, and promise fair and equaltreatment topped all but 2 U.S. cars in ,
vs. f for everybody.. z January Ward's Automotive ;
I X&ie May Jackson Hodge. Defendant Very sincerely yours, K Reports, February 8,1960. ';
Seamon Street, New Brunswick New
", FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER R i t -S with Siagle-Unit* construction j
I Da P-Di P* rust Dr coring.
are hereby; that ai
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has I respectfully announce that tam 10 years,25 billion miles. j :

been filed against you, and you are* a candidate lor County Commissioner Pv "r'p' p pUJ 15 RAJNIUX LEADS IN ECONOMY.
t I In recent Pure Oil Economy
: required to serve a copy of your of Madison County a-
Trials Rambler topped all can
r Answer or Pleading* to the Bill of District Three, subject to the in miles per gallon

complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney action of the Democratic primaries RAMlUg LEADS IN RESAlE-

,'to t R E Cowart whose address in May. I promise faithful, tops low-priced can according .
.. is Madison, Florida and file the conscientious service if you chooseme to Official Used Car Guides. .
origins answer or Pleading in the ,
office of the Clerk of the Circuit for this important office, and ;' RAMIIER LEADS IN LOW PRICE

t' Court in and for Madison CotKity. I earnestly solicit your vote and lowest-priced sedan by at
support," for which I shall ever be least $117, lowest-priced
Florida on or before the 26th day of ..
wagon, based on manufacturen -
grateful/ ?
;r'k- March A. D. 1960. If you fail suggested factory prices.

I : to do so, Decree Pro Confesso will Sincerely. .nwfi1 y,,.,,,..Haan

: demanded 'In the Bill of .ComplaintThe
:.; Enterpr1J.r rder is here COUNTY COMMISSIONER ? IS THE LOWEST-

by designated as the newspaper in -

which said order shall be published DISTRICT FIVE PRICED U.S.-BUILT CAR !
ii once a week. for four consecutive I I respectfully; announce 'that I
weeks am a candidate for the office of RAMBLER AMERICAN

Witness.my. hand and official seal'I' County Commissioner, District 5. $1795 DOOR DELUXE SEDAN ':
p L. this 24th day February, A" D. Madison subject&to the S Maxra delivered
?.V of County; .. : ___ Ktorers suggested price at
I860 Kenosha,W'state and local taxes
:' 1960.DALE Democratic primaries In. :May, '
TO. LESLIE,*Clerk Circuit -! if any,optional equipment extra. i
'= Court. t. I I promise honest, conscientious and

SEAL) ." courteous service ,to the best of my RAMBLER: SCLLS MORE BECAUSE RAMBLER SAVES YOU N0 R''v
ability to .Uit.you elect me to 'I
By Jane \W. Baker D. C.CtnL2lii .
.' Feb 26. .t.1tECcb this .office.. ,I earnestly'f"..*solklt., your
r .. + .
Cote Vickers :
and support,, y Implement Co. Inc.
y ,
:: ,. ,
.Sincerely- ,
j. : Jtsper. ? T iTe b{) 'Webb.:a... L X'J1 8. RA S? *? : '' MADRON( \ _." J '
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iFor Quality Furniture DANCE -1 "

i FLOOR COVERING T-VTs: SEE Cherry Lake American Legion 7 '
WELLS FURNITURE CO. Post No. 224, March 12.
I '
MADISON, FLA. Supper 7 .8 pm. Door prizes. :;

t ?3.00 per couple.VALENTINE .


I .' d;.,;. ,' *..*\ BROWN SPOTS, WEARING COLLAR. NEEDS RABIES E L (Edwin) Flowers has re NHA Chapter held a Valentine tea J
This offer.good through March 5l960t : signed as manager of the Madison Feb. 14 in the bi C TS'

& : ?, SHOT. PHILL1S PARRAMORE, HU S-6219 Priest Store effective March 15th. Valentine decorations were used. ,
1960 14-FT. SPORT-CRAFT BOAT):indiSpgvwinb; ?" I _UUu. __uu___ Classes put on portions of the pro '

shield, top and cushions. ill 1 7 )1'* "* ?J./ Lex D Webb, Airman U S Navy, gram which featured a book review" ,

1960 Mercury 40045 hp-wit1' '"' *'" .'.. ,Candidates jStrew your.name son of Mr and Mrs Carl A Webbof and a talk of especial interest to '
? con hp ls, w r :
teenagers. Reported by Julia Thomp-
with E-B Let muffler and tailpipe
11 around ihelcounty
& Route 1 Madison presently ,
1960 14 FT. Mastercraft trailer[) with JHt! tie-down >dna, ti
cir stationed at the U S Naval Station, \,
campaign Beards posters, :
winch ', : '
{ strap, and. lights. t ,
f : : check Port Lyautey, Kenitra. Morocco, :
culars. sure to say some- experts your Com $120 in Jasper
Africa is being transferred on May !
thing nice'ab ut yourself even
Only $1195.00 -Easy T 'rms : 1, 1960. He will arrive In New
exhaust free!
if no one else wilLFESTIVITIES system
York on May 9, 1960 and spend 30 \,
days in Florida with his

1938 EVINRUDE, 18 HP _*__. $293.00 ASSOCIATION CLIMAX MEETINGTwo PRESS Muffler and tail pine' and return to his new 'duty station, mmwerenever I ,

1958 MERCURY, 70 HP, controls & battery ,-765.00 Naval Air Station* Patuxent River, :

1959 17-FT. FISH-N-SKI CROSBY ....4 850.00 events climaxed evenings the of gala semi-annual social installed for only Maryland. While stationed In [ \ .

1958 FLARE, 14FT. FIBERGLASS ._____.._..._ 495.00 )Morocco Airman Webb took leavein j
of the Florida College !
1956 14FT. SPORT-CRAFT BOAT ..._........_._.----0 350.00 meeting : May of 1969 and visited Spain, better jj:
Press Association, which met at the M9c ji
J 1959 16FT. OR 17-FT. MASTERCRAFT TRAILER .__ 160.00 Library of the North Florida Junior I I!France.. Germany. and Austria. 1 i
1958 16-FT. SEMINOLE TRAILER __. r. .. 160.00 '
College February 19 and '20. I .BIRTHDAY PARTY
Approximately 180 persons at-I I i' Mrs Link Mae Hudson was .
25 IIP
tended a reception at the Madison 1 i honored on her 74 birthday Sunday,
Hotel ballroom and a "get .ac, Int.i I at her Madison home with a family .
I EASY TERMS ON ANYTHING quainted session" at the home of dinner party given by her nieces uses

Mr and Mrs Ed Scanlan Friday Ii i I Mrs James Harris lIrsV sley '1
II Downing of Pinetta and Mrs Wil
evening Later in the evening the ,
Perry Mercury Outboard I bur Pulliam of Valdosta. One sis-
group met at the Madison Country
1.IrsV P ter, Mrs Walter Pulliam and husband -
Knight of Amcricus,
Club for dance Mr and Mrs
I a Ga, visited friends of Madison, and Mr Lunday
here and in LireOak
N. JEFFERsON STREET PHONE 6G8-J PERRY, FLA. Scanlan and Dr John E Sands, this week. Harris of Vaklesta, were among

_._ Dean of Instruction at NFJC, were the twenty or more guests. A CARS

f chaperons. IN TIE CIRCUIT COURT. 3rd bountiful dinner with birthday
SEE CHERRY LAKE NEWS Saturday evening at 6:30 Dr JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA cake was served. The honoree re

I CYPRESS Sands delivered the principal talk IN AND FOR MADISON COUNTY.IN CC.rt many nice gifts.
I The Cherry Lake WI U meetsat
at a banquet for the Press Association CHANCERY. 1959 Chevrolet Station -.
I' GARDENS the Baptist Church Tuesday in the Madison Restaurant, Minnie Lee Blue Bryant, Plaintiff. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
March 1st. The program includes rs.Marion Notice is hereby given that pur-
1 rdrr dd dun 101Ildl a study on the Rural Churches The topic of the talk conccrnec:' Bryant, DefendantTO suant to a writ of Execution on clean $2195 I
a 181,.L3I,.tJs,. .. Book. the Florida Junior College Press : Marion Bryant Building 6, Judgment for Money issued out of wagon,
Association and what it means to the Small Claims Court in and for
Mr W H Johnson continues a Apartment 17 Abury Parks New _
QUALIFIES Junior College newspapers and Jersey. Madison County.. Florida, dated 1956 Chev. $1095.
patient at the Madison County
i Otis Peavy qualified Wednesday yearbooks. DIVORCEYou October 8, 1959, in the cause wherein -

for re-election as member of the HospitalMr 'Following the banquet North are hereby notified that a V C Champeaux is plaintiff and Bel-Air, 4 door, V-8, radio heater
State House of Representativesfrom Hunter Harrell Is a patientat Florida Junior College newspaperand Bill of Complaint for Divorce: has Audrey and Richard Stringfellow, automatic transmission, clean
the Madison County HospitalHis individuals d/b/a
Town Square Inn,
this county. yearbook staff entertained approximately been filed against you, and you are
wife Mrs Annie Harrell alsoa are defendants, I. Simmle H 'Moore
KEEP up. WITH POLITICSIN patient, was dismissed Tuesday. 300 persons at a semiformal required to serve a to copy the of Bill your of as Sheriff of Madison County, Flori- 1955 Chevrolet Station -
dance at the Madison Answer or Pleading da, have levied upon all of the;
THE E-R Cherry Lake School closed Tues Plaintiffs Attorney

Woman's Club. Music for the occasion Complaint on right, title and interest of the above .
day with the other schools In the R. E. COwart whose address 1 clean $995
was furnished by B CBrown' named defendants in the following wagon,
county because of illness i file the
HEART PROGRAM ATLIONS' among Is Madison. Florida and
described located In whatis
Combo. Miss( Sandy Sum- property
CLUB the students and will reopen, Mon- i original answer or Pleading in the

I A ,program and picture slides on day Feb 29th.Wash, merall Freshman of Perry Sweetheart was crowned and NFJC Miss office Court of in and the Clerk for Madison of the County Circuit, Madison- known, Florida as Town to Square wit: Inn. in 1955 Chev.BelAir $895

the heart campaign and what to One (1) 5-Ton Bruner Air Con
Velma Hendry, also of Perry, was Florida on or before the 26th day ditioner 4 door, 6 cyl, ,automatic
I do in heart emergencies before the complete with pump and
Car Today ;crowned NFJC Sophmore Sweetheart of March A. D. 1960. If you fail tower and transmission
doctor arrives was given at the
Refreshments servedin to do so. Decree Pro Confcsso will
Lions' Clue meeting Tuesday by For Heart Drive the lounge be entered against you for the relief A On D 1960 the ,*29th at the day west of front February door, 1 1955 5 Chevrolet %
Mrs Wayne Weger Drs Cogginsand Newly elected 'officers of the demanded fa the Bill of Cora- of the Madison County CourthouseIn

Harrison, Richard JBrockman ----- lorida*' Junior College Press As plaInt the City of Madison Florida
was in'"charge"of*lhft ir un. The Enterprise-Recorder Is hereby ton Pickup clean $695
pr Tommie Green reported to the sociation' are: Ted Helms, Chfpola between the legal hours of sale, ,
Progress on Work rat the Scout E-R that members of NFJC fraternity designated as the newspaper' fa to wit: 11:00 o'clock in the fore-
Junior College, President Vicki I
t Hut was announced, with next ; which said order shall be publishedonce noon and 2:00'o'clock In the afternoon -
Kappa Sigma Phi will hold
a Van Pelt, Palm Beach Junior College
week for fear(4)) consecutive 1954 Chevrolet %
I offer the said
Mondaynight set'as time goal for Car Wash Friday, Feb 26 for bene- First VIce-President; Pat property .
completion. _, weeks. for sale at public outcry and
were fit of the Heart Drive. Vehicle Conrad, Orlando Junior College, Witness my hand-and official seal will sell the same to the highest
Brief talks made in behalfof bathing will be done at Beryle's Second Vice-president; Toni Jean this 24th day of February A. D. and best bidder or bidders for ton Pickup $645.

the new Savings and Loan bank station, and the boys offer pickup Wells, North Florida Junior College, I960. CASH, the proceeds to be applied

being organized in Perry, and the and delivery service. Secretary; Rosemary Simpi!, Day- DALE u. LESLIE, as far as may be to the paymentof Extra Clean
big Live Stock Scow here in Madison Clerk Circuit Court. costs and the satisfaction of the
tona Beach Junior College, Executive -
next Monday and Tuesday. CALLED BY FATHER'S DEATH (COPY (SEAL) above described execution. CANTEY MOTOR CO. .
Secretary and Crosby,
Bill Stokes and James\ Moncriefwere --.:.. ; By Jane W. Baker, D. C SIMMIE H MOORE. Sheriff
welcomed as new members Mr and Mrs A L lughcs and Daytona, Beach Junior College, Fob 26. 4t-REC. ch Madison County, Florida. 23-4t-ch ,' MADISON, FLA. '

and Joe Maxwell was -visitor.. children were called to Graceville, Treasurer. % -
I Fla. Wednesday afternoon by the
Let muffler and tail death of Mrs Hughes father, Mr W. H.' JOHNSON PASSESMr ATTENTION FARMERS, HOME OWNERS
Bedsole. Walter li Johnson 73 of

Cherry Lake. died Wednesday at
pipe check RECOVERING FROM SURGERY I Madison County Memorial Hospital .
experts your Phil Howard who underwent surf after an extended nines He wasa -.' .", -.-....:

gery two weeks ago at the University i native of Columbus. Ga, but had j'SffOftfffRE
exhaust system free! of Florida Medical Center been living retired at 'Cherry Lake '

I'Gainesville' is. recovering satisfactorily since 1952. He was a graduate of

Muffler and tail pipe and expects to get home this Georgia School of Technology anda
week end retired mechanical engineer. He

_._,.. was a communicant of Su V,aoent
-- We now offer Custom Spraying for shrubbery, camel
installed for only19c Dan Walker spent last week-end de Paul's Catholic church, at Mad-! f .
azaleas, fruit trees. Plus, we spray for killing"moss.Wei ;
with his family ill Tampa. Dr and sen.Survivors
i Include his wife, Mrs
Mrs Joe Stubbs of Atlanta, the t1'lias
Dan. Walkers' daughter and son-in Gertrude S Johnson; one IOnValt :. ': operate a mobile nnillltoi custom grind! ,and.mix.. t I

law, were also there. i\I II daughters Johnson, Mrs Jr., of R Pensacola K Fielder; two d t '' r tM. .: r your feed, on your farm from jyour, grafni and It'(rougfiages.;; ... C ",;.i .. '

-*- ; Cherry Lake and Mrs Paul T : ( .,.
.Mr and Mrs: Albert Plant and I Wilson of Valdosta and ten grand % We carry a complete line jbf FJR.M. Livestock and .

family were Sunday :guests. of Mr, d 1drcn. ..;J.. Poultry feeds, fresh weekly. \ .
I''j and Mrs C .M Plant: j Rosary was recited at 8 p. m. i .. 'i .1" .I...t)" : \
41, Thursday in the Chapel of the T J .
Mr and Mrs-X-'Paul McCIune* had Beggs Jr Funeral Home. Funeral .., '" ..We now have in stock, a fresh supply of Field and r _

.... as guests last week Mr and Mrs services will be held this morning ,'Garden. Seed, the highest quality we could buy. / .",\... .. ... .
(Friday at 10 o'clock, In St Vincent '
THANKS, ADVERTISERS, CD' Dale of Jacksonville. .
de Paul's church with the Rev .
0 We a complete line of International Fertilizer in
.: for letting us. have your ad -x- Father Malone officiating. In- f carry <
copy by TUESDAY at 5 pm. 'iMwMae S. ChIlders entered terment will be in Cherry Lake <- our warehouse, in MADISON. See us before you buy.. .' ..

tf THE E-R. Archbold Hospital. ,.,Monday' for a cemetery with Deus Funeral Home ..

f -check-up.- ._ in charge.. 0 If you are interested in liming your tobacco land, and 'i ,
i it Is not enough to have it limed by the LimeSpreadingt ;
; Mr P H Rowell and Miss Helen I IRoeU
004 went to Macon Sunday, People-:-:See us and buy Dolemite Lime. by the Bag and _

to meet Mrs Rowell whoas returning spread it yourself.

sG from two weeks' visit ..,'. # ft.,

r with her sorHn-1aW.and daughter, f (' J' 0 We carry a complete line of Insecticides & Tobacco Dust.If I

I .Mr and Mrs Bates L Scoggins, ant :. '. f r. -: t

'I their new baby daughter Susan 4 you are thinking of planting a new l lawn, we can:,, .

Lee, in Spartanburg S C. help you, through one bf the leading Turf Nurseries* in 4. -;
t Judson Rowe was brought home
rK@it of feed t. '. fIGS hog' Sunday alter a stay of ten days the South. No Job, Too Large None Too Small. .. :

in Tallahassee Memorial hospitaLHe COME BY TODAY AND TALK TO .:.- ..'.: ;': !
returned Thursday for further ;

-, "- '.' t' treatment. ,'t.h..CAVE'S FEED & FARM 4-

CHECK WITH Corn $120 m Jasper
''EDGAR FAIRCLOtH w. .": "

vbs JIP.LF.IEMT.ATCfflffANY! Radiator RepimgMcWHUAMS : SUPPLY ;,

..-'y "' ...:...,- '. .
. '1 r= VO'UR RAMBLER MC DEALER GARAGE BILL & MILTON CAVE, Owners Madison, Florida '.
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; [ I Invitations to attend a spectacular THANKS, ADVERTISERS, i

I kind of exhibit of farm and: for letting us have your ad

Industrial equipment are being extended copy by TUESDAY at 5 pm.

xN/f to this area's residents b, H5 __ THE E-R. .
I Chas T Groover, Ford tractor dealer
(at Madison, Fla. OAK HILL NEWS -
Combining entertainment, educe GREAT NEW -
I tion and engineering In a manner Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hughey -
never before brought to a rural and two .daughters of Norfolk Va,
audience, and called the I960 Ford arrived Friday to spend some time
Tractor and Equipment Cavalcade," with Mrs JL Davis and other
9, the exhibit will feature an original TRAVELINGISHOW. relatives.

I hour and a half long live musical Mrs R C Taylor and grand.
-; show with Broadway actors and daughter Lynn Cheney of Jacksonville .
,actresses A "horizon-wide" motion WITH GOLDENGEODESIC were dinner guests Sunday of
4 picture screen with living sound Mrs R p Buchanan.Mr ]
'b will 4ko be used during the perfv7mance and Mrs Bobby Buchanan, Mr
I for added dramatic 1m- and Mrs R P Buchanan. Mr and
r 1S is.s b, JvPart- / Mrs Kelly Woodard and two child
I. This show will take glace Inside ren, Gail and Walter, attended the
p a huge Geodesic dome, over three I birthday celebration of little Jerry
stories tall and with seating capadly Buchanan. lIe is
4 'y. ,, y the son of Mr and
/ for 800 spectators. The dome's hire Calvin Buchanan of Clyattville
COld-colorrd aluminum 'frameworksupports DOME'F. In whose home the affair was held.
H a waterproof nylon Jinining : *. The beautiful cake iced in white
g*\' the audience complete weather and decorated In pink, green and
r Wr protection Inside the dome is yellow held one candle. 1\Iany.
over 10000 square .feet of unobstructed happy returns Jerry.
''floor area for the Jxdjr l Mrs Ross Arnold and Jean of
ing equipment demonstrations and Quitman spent a short while with t
4 musical performances. Mr and Mrs Bobby Buchanan Sun
Despite the dome's tremendoussize day. 1 .4
4t was moved to its first exhIbition Mr and Mrs Gene Bland and three
site by helicopter, Mr 14 196O'FORD children spent Friday night with his
Groover said. parents Mr and Mrs Talmage Bland.
a Four acres of ground around the Others visiting them over the week-
dome are being devoted to equipment end were Mr and Mrs Robert Bowen I
displays and demonstrations TRACTORCAVALCADE and. son, Mr and Mrs JV Bland
Mr Groover said adding that this and his sister Bessie. Mr and Mrs I
portion of the Cavalcade Show Is Bowen were enroute to New Jersey ,
250-FT. MICROWAVE TOWER on W Base St is 'Madison's open to the public. Because only to make their home. Also Jerry
tallest structure, at present This tower is 800 persons at a time can be seated Bland arrived home Friday.Mr I
used for relaying: telephone service between Jacksonville for the musical stage show, admission Talmage Bland left Wednesday
and Gainesville. Itcan handle hundreds of conversations to the dome must be limited for a Jacksonville hospital for
simultaneously. (E-.R PHOTO to ticker-holders.. Mr Groover- said. Of Spdal bttmt to Ustrs tf Fam cod. bdntrid Tracttn end EqZpMit removal of cast and check up. lie
-- There is no charge for these will be accompanied by Mrs BJand,
Giant Jumbo Hamburgers itJ6in tickets and I am taking requestsfor (DAY, MONTH, LOCATION) Jefry Bland, Mr and Mrs Geo
; It's Here! I them ,now," he added. Townsend. He will spend several
bun 40c.WHITE The Cavalcade Show will be -k 800 SEAT PORTABLE AMPHITHEATER days there.

'TOP DRIVE-IN staged at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, Mr and Mrs Howard Coody have
lie VALIANT -. ---. March 2 in the Gator Bowl In iC) BROADWAY CAST-ORIGINAL MUSIC I as visitors Mr and Mrs Roch Foil.
NO./11 Jacksonville. This is the only visit and three -children of Bogalusa Ala.
RAGANS MOTOR' CO.IebyToay -... of the Show to our area, according it EXCITING FILMS-LIVING SOUND They are on a vacation trip and

Madison High School's champion to Mr Groover. It Is visiting 23 -fc GIANT MIDWAY EXHIBIT OF brought their trailer with them.
baketballers won their 19th vic other dUes under; the auspices of 'the home of Mrs Bobby Keeling

> tory In 20 starts here Monday night} Ford Motor Company's Tractor and was the setting Saturday night for a
defeating Implement Division he said. lovely shower complimenting Mrs.
Mayo 75 to 51. Hank
\ Land, of the losers, was top Individual Mr Groover added: "I want to See the "WIDE NEW WORLD WITH FORD"t Richard Keeling. Azaleas camellias
SHOWERS COMPLIMENT BRIDE 1' scorer with 21 points. urge this area's adults to take this and greenery were used to decoratethe
: The Mayo girls won the pre. cpportunlty to see the 1960 Ford About Compl/aMniarr ihfr.tsfi spacious living room. Several
1\ Mrs Jimmy Franklin 'Lamb, liminary l 53 to 34.COUNTY. Tractor and Equipment Cavalcade.For contests were held with Mrs R L .
IrJde of January '29th Liras complimented variety of equipment to be : Crafton, Mrs Alice Crafton and Mrs
with two lovely! partiesrecently COURT shown entertainment value of the liBII i Groover Tractor Co. Richard: Keeling as prize winners.
Johnie Brown program and unusualness of the The honoree received many useful -
Last Thursday night Hist La signal $25 or thirty turning days. without futuristic Geodesic dome and hori IQU'PMEMTBOULUIN MADISON FLORIDA and beautiful eiits.{ Chios: cake .
tulle VIckers entertained ten guestsat Broadus A Griffin drunkenness zon-wide motion pictures, I believe squares & cold drinks were served to
; I
a miscellaneous shower het the Cavalcade will be an twenty five. Co-hostesses were Mrs
at $21 or thirty days. UDpre.1 ELECTED DIRECTOROF CANDIDATES Plan now for your
home complimenting Mrs Lamb. cedented spectacle. Calvin Gaston, Mrs Jackie Strick
John Mobley, drunkenness, $25 LIBERTY NATIONAL after-election appreciation ad to '"
The evening was spent at games. or thirty days. the Voters! Even if you get only land.Mr
The honoree received many nice, Harry Deroe Bassett, speeding, a few votes well help you compose and Mrs W I Reaves and
gifts. The hostess presented her $25 or thirty days.Peter HANSON NEWS CASH DIVIDEND INCREASED a message to make the deerpeepol children visited Mr and Mrs Si
with a recipe file. Coffee, small Brian Moran. reckless driving 10% AND STOCK DIVIDEND sorry they rejected you. Reaves Sunday P.. M. Friends will
cakes and hot chocolate were served. $15 or thirty days. Reason for PROPOSED THE E-R. be sorry to learn Mrs Reaves Is
:Mrs Victor Hutchinson was hos- light sentence, according to Court aIr and*Mrs E R Barnes and son ill with flu and 'complications.
tess her Bobby from Americus Ga. VOTE NO UNION Mr R L Crafton attended a Farm
*t home at a miscellaneous.was defendant was on vacation with were Directors of Liberty National
shower visiting Rev and Mrs E L CUlTand Bureau directors meeting Tuesday
Friday evening complimenting wife and two children and was Life Insurance Company
Mrs Lamb.Twentyfive practically broke. family here Sunday night. and': elected yesterday Employees of $outhem Plywoods, night The purpose of the meetingwas
guests enjoyed the Helen Korger drunkenness, $25 Monday.Mr Bouldin President I Ine, of Greenville last Friday voted to plan a survey to determinethe
evening at games. The hostess served or thirty days.THANKS T W Bailey from Lake Otyand of the Alabama. Power Company, 62% against being organized intoa number of people in Madison.
cake sandwiches and coffee. The -- Mrs Idell Tuten and daughter. to the vacancy on the Board of union. Two unions were bidding County wanting phones.Mr .
honoree was the recipient of numerous ADVERTISERS> Edna from Madison spent Wednesday Directors caused by the death of for organization.;
beautiful and useful gifts. for letting us have your ad here with Mrs Lula Odom. Yetta Cr Samford of OpelHca. I and Mrs Jim Newberry of
-Mr and Mrs Lamb Air and Mrs Jim and Greenville, S C, last' Thursday -
pa arc residing at Newberry The Directors declared dividend came
by TUESDAY at 5 a Mrs M II Waring has moved to
the Pinson apartment on East copy Pm. 3 children from Charleston", S C of 30c a share the II for a visit with Mrs New'berrys -
on Com
Valdosta to make her
Rutledge street 'THE E-R. spent the week end bore with M permanent- mother Mrs Ruby Littleton.:
_ ___ ..J _. __ _-- - - - Ruby Littleton and family. npony's stock payable March 10, ,residence She is occupying an
BREAKS ARM 1960 to stockholders of record apartment with her sister.
It's Here!
I Claire Carr broke her arm again February 26. I960. This dividend -
I last week.Quite represented a 10% increase over propose to the stockholders .at the
a few in our community the dividend paid in 1959. The Directors next annual meeting to be held The VALIANT at
are having the flu. We are sorry also designated, William T in February 1961 a stock dividendof

I I'S t o report.Mrs J L Sharp.In )ladlsonhospitaL Graves and John W Lovin Jr Assistant 33 1/3"4. The effect of such a RAGANS ,MOTOR CO.Today .

Actuaries and re-elected. all dividend would be to increase the
Mr and Mrs S P Odom attendeda
officers of the Company. capital stock of the Company front
birthday party given In honor of i Come by !
Mr Kennitb Hudson Saturday night Mr Samford in his report to the $7.5 million to $10 minion ...
at Montkello. There were about 30irrsent. stockholders pointed out that 1959 -
was the best year in the Company's

} SEE US FOR RED BUSS SEED IRISH POTATOES history. The Increase In life insurance )

SURPRISE HOUSEWARMING In force amounted to $183: AUGTIGN i ,
GA RED SEED SWEET POTATOESs&McNairs 462,790 bringing total insurance in
:Mr and Mrs James
Dryden of :
) force to 1676109717. Assets increased
Wett Hollywood, Fla.
Speifk's Hybrid Seed Corn surprise house-warming were party givena Sunday by $27 million bringing TIME: 10:00 A. -Saturday, February 27th.

evening, Feb 14, at their new total assets to over $289 million PLACE: Rose Hill Farm located 2 mi. West of Valdosta -

Charleston# Grey & Cngo Wterefen Seed borne 19ct Driftwood Acres, West These were the largest increases River St, Rd., (Highway 94). .
Hollywood. Mrs Dryden Is the the Company has experienced in
daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter any other year in its history. !Ir. J. D. MdKey is selling his Farm Machinery .at
Pulliam of Hanson. Mr Dryden is The Company continued to ex Auction.
'.. Ste us for your: FEEDS-GROCERIES-FRUIT- the landscape and sod contractor on pand its operations Mr Samford Listed are some of the items to be sold: 1 No. 60

VEGETABLES AND OTHER NEEDS home N W 19 ct in Driftwood Acres. said increasing its field 'organization Oliver Tractor, 1 No. 70 H C Oliver Tractor 1 No. 70 K.

LARD CANS SEEDSWE have foubd owners pleasure InVest to do Hollywood business throughout the Company's D. Oliver Tractor, 1 No. 2 Oliver Combine, 1 No. L John

BUY YOUR PECANS IN ANY .QUANTITYURLES&soNS with this landscape contractor, who territory and established four new Peere Tractor& Equipment, 1 No. 5 Oliver Corn Picker

.... 11 constantly adding to the beauty district offices in Alabama two in 1 Oliver Power Baler, 1 No 22 Oliver Power Mower, 1 .
bf the new developmentMr Florida and one' in Georgia. Mr No. 6oO Oliver Trailer Wagon, 4 wheel 2 self hog feeders,
I Samford also pointed out that the Fence Posts Hog Wire, and many other items
'. J.1. and Mrs R II Whitkxk and total number of stockholder increased
,,' three children of Marietta, Ga, I during the year from CASH

:, were guests of Mr and Mrs JosephS I 2,669 to 3,602 and that total employ For information contact J. D. McKey or our office.
nu azsssr Bird from Friday until Sunday : of the Company increasedto

ilk'r evening. 222. Ted Hughes Real Estate & Auction Co. .

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-SPECIAL- I If you want customers every ;

week in your store, tell 'em t:
about it in an E-R ad every ..
JIM TONEY HOMES a week. 0 ": !

Schools Closed Due To .'.
Special 2-Bedroom Home

ALL SHEET ROCK NAILED UP. L Flu and ColdsMadison p .> j"1II II

NO MONEY DOWN County schools are _
closed for the rest of this week be-
NO 'TRAVEL CHARGE cause of the large number of ab
A sences due to flu and rolda Supt
ONLY $36.40 PER :MONTH ... Bishop said about 20% of the
,. students in the county were absent,
Monday. <1
The school with the largest per
H tentage of absences was :Madison;
Mrs Marian W Radcliffe has been Training School with 435 students:
named director of the bone sen-ice absent. I
department of Florida Power Corporation Madison! High reported 143 absences TS
it has been announced by and Greenville High re ,
Bteck k or Frame $1,995.06 aid Up t W B Shenk, vice president In ported 122 absences. Poor attend-
.. charge of sales for the utility. She ance was reported last week.LANDDEAIS .

\,. MODEL HOME, AID OFFICE AT WALDO, FLA., succeeds, home the service late Mrs director Amy for Thompson many '

PHONE HO 8.2781 years

1 Before',you buy, CHECK WITH US-You will. fee glad you did Wilbur M Aman and wife to R
Mrs Bullock Gaskins and children
f r-Call Collect or Write 0 ) D Smith and wife, Lots 5 through r. e
Charles, Wayne Luvenia and 3I
14, Blk G, Town of Eridu.
Jim Toney Homes Frandy, went to Lakeland Sundayto Carlena I W1
Tena Loftis C Cason and husband to
visit her son, Earl Gaskins, whois .
Leonard D Hicks and wife, cer
., '* P. O. Box 541 in the Bartow hospital Mr Gas-
P. 0. Box 637 rain lands in Sees 19 and 30 Tp
H.U 3-6954 '9I| \ Phone, 3736 kins was injured the first of last 1NR10E.

I :MADISON, FLA. LAKE CITY, FLA. .... week. lie works for a tree surgery Pcnnywcll McCall i'pperer* to ,
and when finishing his
.. company
Louise Zippercr Browning, part of
work he came down tree too fast i
CANDIDATES Plan now for your I NWU of SWtt. Sec '23 Tp 1 NtR9E. '
and hit a stob at the base of the
after-election ,
appreciation ad to
Goodyear Farm Tractor the Voters! Even if you get only; tree. He received internal injuries, Joseph A Crecente and wife to r
s few votes well which ,necessitated surgery
I help you compose James F Littleton and wife 1/3 I
to make Mr and Mrs Eston Gaskins and
a message the deer
TIRES peepcl sorry they rejected you. children of Chipley visited Mr and undivided interest in 125 acres in AUTOMATIC TRAFFIC SIGNALS have been installedat
THE E R. Cherry Lake Farms project the SAL RR Crossing South 2nd St of the
Large stock, priced right Mrs Gaskins here and Earl Gas- on one
Joseph A Crecente and wife to
Idns in the Bartow hospital duringthe I most dangerous in this area. Over 100,000 crossings .1
'MesserBatteryI CARD OF THANKS weekend.Mr ,Ralph Kelly and wife 1/3 undivided are made here by school children each year.
I I. interest In 1.25 acres in (E-R Photo)
Cherry Lake Farms project. .
4 & Ere Co. I wish to -thank all relatives, and Mrs Frank Graham and John L Barfield and wife (o G Relatives from away coming to CANDIDATES Rent an adding
.. friends, my Doctors, and the whole children of Tampa were visitors H Barfield, 1U acres in SWU of attend the funeral Wednesday of machine to total promises of support
Hospital Staff for their kindnesses here and in Tallahassee over the See 19, TP 1 N, R 7 E. last week of Mr Asa Williams who from the deer peepuL. THE E-R. r

t shown me during my stay in hos- weekend. G H Barfield and wife to Laura passed away in the local hospital Mrs Glenn Surles ana childrenof I
IdIkaJs pifal May Gods blessings rest .upon -yair Nell Gulln, H acre in SWU of were Mr and Mrs W% 0 Allen and Tallahassee spent last week here
all of you. } and Mrs Glenn Surles and Sec 19, Tp 1 N, R 7 E. children Richard and Barbara, Mr with her parents, Mr and Mrs C
.---- SAM T. JARVIS children of Tallahassee were weekend G II Barfield and wife to JackE and Mrs 0 C Webb Mr and, Mrs M McDanicL

William J Cressley and wife to Mrs C 'A Blalocki!. enters Pineview guests;of }afrand .Mrs J I Forneynd Helen Fo'mejr, H I Langford Webb Mrs T CVebb,
Hercules! Pow }f'. Company,. stumPage hospital Valdosta Thursday, March Stlrles.: -... acre In SW i of Sec 19. :-.Tp 1 N, ;Jacksonville; Mr and Mrs Ira Paschall, Lake City; Mrs Rubye
on E% of NEK, Sec 28,, Tp 3rd, for eye surgery ADVERTISERS-The E-R will J R' 7 Eo.11rs Williams Clearwater. ; Mrs Leslie Breare,, Mayo: Mr and: Mrs Frank '
1 S, R 11 E, 80 acres Mary L Geiger to Hercules'pwder Thomas Tarpon Springs; Mrs Williams Live Oak; Mr and Mrs
Roger Williams and'wife to Her. KEEP UP. WITH POLITICS appreciate your ad copy by ?' Co, stumpage on 76213cres Isles Campbell Vero Beach; Mrs E L Williams, Jasper and Mrs Ruth
cules Powder Company, stumpageon IN THE E-R 6 pm TUESDAY. THANKS. in Ranges 10 and 11 East W E Malone, Baldwin; Mrs Irvin Hembree, Steinhatchee. '

:I.1E.239 acres in Sec 31, Tp 2 N, R I ". ,. ..

Charles Roland and Jo Ann WHY IS CHRYSLERSO
Roland to ,J R Roland
and wife,
210 ft x,210 ft, excepting 30 ft HERE'S A BEAUTY THAT TEASES YOU INSIDE
county road across property, >in ,
NW% of Sec 19, Tp 1 N, R 6 E. .\., + "M> AstraDome PanelPushbuttons

Birdie Mae James to Winston S > And.then. pleases you with the most willing variety of conveniences ever to make an
1, Walker and wife, certain tract of '. i .
land in northern part of Madison. 0

1 Charles E Kinard and wife to A automobile great/ Pushbuttons cluster close to your fingertips. A touch and you glider r

W Allega and wife Lots 5, 6 7, .
8, 9 and 10 in SW>4 of NEB, Sec F

t 11, Tp 1 S, R 10 E. .. away. Another touch, and you-lower windows. select music, adjust temperature.. This
Sylvester Cobb to Sarah Cobb, are grouped
7 acres in SW% of SE%* Sec 31, dose at hand for touch-and-go
fip1NR7E Is a new kind of driving enjoyment. You'll discover it only in Chrysler for 1960, driving ease. At night, exclusive

Z M Andrews and wife to Her. Panelescent lighting

), cules acres} in Powder Sec 6 Co, Tp stumpage 1 N, R 11 pn E.160 The Car Of Your Life For The Time Of Your eliminates bathes gauges tiring in glare.a soft glow,

Marie Z Havron and husband to CHRYSLER

Azell B Zipperer and wife N% of

Lot 257/B1K 45, Town of Madison. Chrysler Saratoga 3-Door Hardtop-with the nacfy-to-ffo look. Quieter Unlbody
J E Hammock and wife to L F

Kelley and wife, 100 ft x 110 ft In ,
SWU of NW' Sec 28 Tp 1 \,
N,. R 9 E; also another part of
same S\V4' ,of NWJi.
Leslie., McCall and wife to Miner
M Sistrunk and wife, West 22 .
Stronger, safer, rattle-free!
acres of NWU .of NEVl, Sec 31,
Longer lasting too due to
4 ,
Tp 1 N..n"11 E. +p i.
A D Jewell and wife /to Joseph Chrysler's unique dipping

: M Morris and 'wife, 120 acres in process that extends body
TS, R 10 E. life twice that of other unit

Willie Mae ,Parks to Emma body designs.
Smith 105' ft tf36951 ft in SE%

of SEU, Sec 28 Tp 1 N, R 9 E; 4 High-Tower Seats
F also Lot :18, Blk P, and Lot 9, Blk ,- !
N, Magnolia Heights. f
!Mrs Hyem Kramer and Mrs
Harvey Hawkins were among the .
out-of-town guests at a tea Tuesday ....
at Twin Oaks, Fraternal Lodge,
I I Valdosta given by Mrs Joe Kalin Provide ideal driving position
, of Quitman honoring Miss Sarah for,the Chrysler driver .
I Ruth Myers, of Tallahassee the mold to shoulders and back
:.,. fiancee of Mrs Kalin's son, Herbert
for relaxed, wrap-around
Kahn of Valdosta. An April wedding .
V is planned. comfort-no matter how lon. ,
the trip!

Dance Band is being organized. .
the completely new
1 Anyone young or old is Invited to
come to the band building at Madison lion-/iearted .
! Hign. School every 'T fAHy, -
f at 7:00 p m. This Is .r ito every ;Lr'CHRYSLER

, one in the anity.'Yr"'W ., .R &DN SMOTOR co.

I '
s9P.4''''' iter\\ Reafroeo\\ rr ly'a yW .

I :' ton,.D C is spea&ng a w-M3e herevisiting 7W E. BASE STREET MADISON FLOIRDA onttw Mow _taD ar rrr

relatives I

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f .:rlh.i"i;,::: ,,:: .. .1 LEE NEWS NOTESMrs Corn $120 in Jasper WE ARE HEADQUARTERS

OPEN FEB. 26th I
49 Sidney Hendry and daughter Wessex Saddlebacks

New Real Estate Office of Perry visited with Mrs S E NEW RESIDENT FOR MAJOR AP-
Whitty for a short while Monday

in Pittman Building East Base Miss Hendry Is attending Junior FAMOUS FOR LEAN MEAT AND LARGE LITTERSAir PIJANCES.VESTERN
Street, 'Jladison, across from Setter's, College in Madison. I Mrs>Lucindy' Varner, recently of
Shopping Center.I The many friends of Mr RE imported blood lines from Scotland. Average price Winter Haven, is a new resident ADTO.

Racans are glad to learn that he received by breeders for breeding stock, 200.00 per head. 1 here and is opening a real estate '
WILL. APPRECIATE ALL is doing better from his recent ill This is the highest average price received by breeders of office In the Pittman building on -

t LISTINGS ON ness any breed. east Base street. She Is residing FRACTURES SHOULDER
Mrs S K Dryers accom.
Brenda old
Houses Lots AcreageFarrnsandBusiesses panied Mr and Mrs M C Wynn of A VERY SUPERIOR ANIMAL GUARANTEED TO In Seminole Heights; the Studstill daughter Abbott ofIr fourteen and Mrs year Louie
i house Mts Vernal Webb of Madison -
I'I Jasper to Tampa for a visit with
REPRODUCE Abbott, fell from a fence at
her son Mr Leon Lane who 4s Is Mrs Varner's daughter.

i very ill in a hospital there. Why continue Co raise market hogs a.t little profit The home last Friday and fractured her
treated at
left shoulder. She was
down :
School closed Monday In
real money has always been in purebred stock and this is FILMS AVAILABLE
the county due to colds for the rest / the local hospital, where.a cast

j mum i YARNER of the week. your groundfloor opportunity. was applied,, and Is now convalescing
Three films in color available
REALTOR PHONE HU 3-6848 Lee 4-H Club Wednesday Wessex Saddleback Swine of Florida Inc. from the Suwannee Regional at home. '
Feb 17th, with Lucretia Thomas Library to clubs and schools. Application -

i I the Vice-President, presiding. BOX 57, HERNANDO. FLA. to the local library will secure $7f1 Ji
Janie Williams gave a demonstration them. The films are Canadian

on foods, making peanut butter scenes. One Is on Salmon Fishing, GOBY KELLY'S
CANDIDATES---- and vanilla wafer sandwiches. Sandy 11 minutes long.Qut door Life a
11. It's NOTICE camper's paradise 20 minutes _
Miller gave a demonstration on Here!
put'your best'face
L Wildlife in '
r. an official No-Phool Foto. : foods also, .making some txflogna the Rockjes'; 14 minutes.
I Lr
Ordinary mug Shot 2.00 sandwiches Yield Alderman gavea I !Courteous Service
I CANDIDATE SPECIAL 3.00 I demonstration on deviled eggs. The price on Gorham Sterling Guests of Mr. and 'Mrs Lawrence Outstanding Values

THE E-R, HU 3-6361 These girls were all of the fifth advances March 7. Wyche Sunday were Mrs Wyche's Come in and See Us
grade, and all did a wonderful job. RAGANS MOTOR CO. Now, at today's prices Is the time i sister-in-law and family, Mr and KELLY'S REPAIR SHOP
,Mrs Rosa Hay spent the weekend After they had finished Mrs
to fill In your set of glamorous Mrs Howard Crall and son Rogerof .
In Live Oak, visiting with her Zipperer picked four more people MADISON
.; Come by Today! Gorham Sterling. So look ahead Frankfort, Ky. They were on a
brother-in-law sister and fee next month to do demonstra- '
and Mr for the coming Wedding Anniversaryor Miami and Nassau.
I trip.Ito : ;!
Mrs Joe Hill ,Smith. Mr and Mrs tions. They were Sharon Waters, other gift occasions and buy I

Smith accompanied her home Sunday Judy Searcy, Barbara Crcsslcy. and THE \YEATHERTheVAIIANTat now. Orders will be filled by

evening for a short visit.. Clifton Kent March 5th by your Gorham Sterling DOROTHY GRAYQNCEAYE
Several are going to give demonstrations franchise dealer.PRESBYTERIAN.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS at the county 'demonstra
Week ending February 23rd 1960 SALE
tion day and we hope our demonstrations )
Max. Min lit ,
t Florida are successfuL W .
Statute Wednesday 71 42 ..00Thursday W
SHARON WATERS, Reporter. .
63.41 .11 "t. N".
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I Friday 54 29 M ,.-
I 1 FLORIDA IN PROBATE. hOSPiTAL NEWS Saturday 59 29 .00 SERVICES ..l'ff t (, .. .',
In of
re: Estate Inez G. Owens. '
Sunday 69 40 jOO > : ; /"
Deceased. r ; '
Monday 63 46 125 : .
TO CREDITORS AND PERSONS Admissions While the local ;
r ALL : Mrs Nellie Singlctary, Tuesday .62 33 .00 Presbyterian : ,

HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Frank Paterson, Howard Frier Ly- church is without a pastor local '" .. ., TW'O' ""W''j' <
AGAINST SAID ESTATE: dla Cherry, Cary Terry Jr Virgil TOTAL 136 and visiting ministers and laymen : "
You and each of you are hereby Webb, Norman Welch, Mrs Margaret Rainfall week ending Feb 20that haTe been filling in and the Sunday t,:

notified and required to presentany Sharp Mrs Doris Alderman 1trsAmabda Gibson Tower 0.20 in, Lovett morning services and Wednesdayevening ." '
claims and demands which you, Deloach, Walter Johnson Tower 020 In Aetna Tower OJO prayer meetings, as wellas LIPSTICKS

or either of you may have againstthe Alohzo Spencer, Harrcll Hunter Mrs in Sinclair Tower O30 in, :Mill Creek the Sunday School are being .. e
estate of Inez G. Owens, Annie Harrcll Mrs Annie Land, Mrs held without Interruption. ,0.'. .
Tower 0.10 in. Madison
deceased, late of said County, to Dorothy Sharp .Annette Curry, Mrs headquarters 0.10 in. forestry. This past Sunday morning Mr o' .
the County Judge of Madison County Flossie Chandler, Mrs Ernestine Sun rises Feb 26th 7:05 am, sets Nick Dean who is connected with 'k .4. ONE: : :
Florida at his office in the Kinsey, Mrs Barbara Barfield, Mrs 6:29 pm. the Priest Company here and is an :
court house of said County at Ella Johnson, Mrs Marie Reeves New moon Feb 26th 1:24 elder In the Presbyterian church, .. ."t: '
Madison, Florida, within eight calendar Discharges: J B Stewart Mildred Moon pm. brought the message'on The Beatitudes '
In constellation of
months from the time of the I Clark, Mrs Adel Moore. W M King 26th AquariusFeb and this Wednesday eveningMr { : : DOLLAR

first publication of this' notice. Sam T Jarvis, Oscar Home, James High tide Feb SL Marks A L Hughes who is with the ., .
Ench claim or demand shall be in Carry, Mrs Lawanna Balmer and light 2:31 at International Paper Co here conducted :, ( .. I
writing:, and shall state the placeof baby, Miss Agnes Burnett. pm.Candidates the prayer service. .'t; ..:;I

residence and post office address I Horace .nendenon. Mrs Nellie Panhandling ..... '
of the claimant, and shall be Singletary; Lydia Cherry, Norman MEW YEAR'S BABY \:.:, 'I'd) .
sworn to by the claimant, his agent Welch, Carroll Blalock Jr, Mrs Iris Voters can't' shake you down HAS OPERATION .i1pj.

or attorney, and any such claim or Wells, Cary Terry Jr. Mrs Betty when you talk to 'cm fir an E-R ,; : 0( .

demand not so filed shall be void. Barclay, Mrs Della Langford. Ad. '.* Gregory Oliver, baby son of Mr f '... ..,."
MATTIE G, BLALOCK BABY ALDERMAN*' and Mrs William Oliver underwent 'T t ".* : ... ; .....i-I;' ..

As administratrix .of .the estateof Mr and Mrs Leroy Alderman of Mrs Roger Asbury was hosjess1 4o lU Wednesday at the ,local hospital. ChooseV J 'r
Inez G Owens deceaSed. Madison, announce the birth of a the*" Thursday afternoon Bridge Baby Oliver was IladlsonCounty' L :1 '
r,, 26-4t-pd weighed 7 Ibs.WASHINGTON'S. Jan. 1, 1960. He is the grandson of td71,1
i BIRTHDAY Miss won Whittle the high Dickinson score prize visitor's and I Mr and Mrs Wm. McCbesney.Received: .,tl 'iI' ,. f t : \, '\/ .
For The Best Quality \
BABY KINSEY prize. The hostess served a dessert i .4-
Born at the local hospital to course. Just !
J Re-UpbolSter! Elementary Supt and Mrs Simon -x-

Kinsey on Washington's birthday, Miss Margie Sutherland of Power Lawn
\. Carload of
fat the most !reasonable prices Monday, ..Feb '22, a baby boy,. William Blaeksbear, Ca is here for a week's

ANYWHERE, 9ozg.Ernest weighing 7 Ibs and visit with Mr and Mrs Bob Lay Mowers. See us Prices for thePreseason '' S ih ::Drug' .Store

i(1 i'\. -- Call or Write BABY BARFIELDMr GOODYEAR TIRES .

and Mrs W A Barfield, of JIM'S BAY STATION
'.f Saotkknd t Furniture !Madison are also the proud parentsof WESTERN AUTO S & H GREEN STAMPS ON ABOVE

", V a son, Bradley Clayton, born U. S. 90 EAST. MADISON Madison Florida I

'/ WHOLESALE RE-UPHOLSTERING' at the local hospital Feb. 22. The t: :. .. .
)Box 1001 311 S. Forrest St baby weighed 7 Ibs. and 2 ozs. Both '

: i' : Phone CH 2.4970 babies and Jmothers are doing .5 r'

.1. VALDOSTA GEORGIAALL nicely" at the local hospitaL ,SECURITY''f

, WORK Admissions: Liberia Waters 'Elbe f
. '. Womack, ,Ineta( White, William:,
Unconditionally Guaranteed Bellamy.. "

Discharges: Ruby Hendry, Kate and FREEDOM I 1A

a ALLACROSSt Witherspoon and baby, Rosa Lee .
Marshall, Elzada Jackson, Joe John-

: { ton.. ,
.. Born to Inetta White a baby girl
THE Feb 21. The baby weighed 8 lbs Total Insurance In Force '678,109,717, When a man has provided financial

COUNTRY and 2% OZLDeceasc 119 IIcnua b bssract II Eire $tl5.um security for his family,be has discharged '#.. .
<. a tesponsjbflity which Is basic to the "
Richard Edwards Feb
17. Total Resources .289,248.845 freedom we en joy.Oun Is a way of life : .k
; 41 1J511aasa lllanrm> 7,1Ua t nholddearaWlyofliIewhereinthefndiriduIJ d ,,- ,
Is free to plan his affairs
FFA GETS PLOT CLEARED and provide for the security his loved < .
ones.Liberty National plays an I
; DEC"'I.nt1rn. 31. 1950 Important part in the security ed/'
The Lee FFA Chapter has plot 6 .
freedom the owners of more than 4 y ;y
'' of its 20 acres that was leased XtESOURCES Tile iatusnce policies.. 1mJlioa

1 from St. Regis Nursery, cleared for w zsteed IaI Estate Mtpges........;......$152J &.2Q62U.
t. 1 Your Farm Bureau Insuranc -' .,'planting pines. S. Careraoeet 8oaI2s....................... 3C. 4Q.O 1'

I. .;,. .ore' than Companies 2,500,000 now insurance'hays I All and the the stumps ground have has to been be cleared pushedup Total U.S Died cd Agra:zed Wiptia....$111.1S3J24.2S TO SERVE YOU IN THE y .. ,: ,

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\policies in force.They the and the stumps must be removed. Ok IaI l taa Marf.pcn.... MADISON AREA ,
Ii 1 largest of iosuranct are We wish to thank Mr H G P966C U5itt 1IoDIs..4.................. 17.75&.129J9. ,a w 1S4atR
group Beefs! ............. lU69.1at.D7
PnMa cd Vas
< Turner, stumping contractor of the k.I ;
companies in the world writing :Mr. E. C. (Red) Davis
! New Port Industry of Pensacola. OtyaBaads.: ............................... 30.11b21219 .
insurance for
i't( desired the Fie. for relinquishing his time and PJ team ............................... a.w.Ut91 James L. Dasher
# I machinery for this purpose. RtaI EstIta............. .... 2J1t1 r .
the ihaa : E
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.. past year more In This deed has been appreciatedby S .. Mrat liar Edith....................... ?.296,601.90 Harvey iCuth.
. $20,000,000, was paid dividends the Chapter and has saved! us .......................:.............. 2.OQJ17JS R. L. (Bob). Williams
I to policyholders providing both time and money. Stotts..................................... J.54.C..clta < .
:N. I i-- proof that your Farm DONALD WEBB, Secretary.Mr 0IaIt Reu: arras............................. 2.1t.m2S t'
Bureau Companies
: t; : are alwmyrttrivteg to provide TIW ..................................$%IIJCI.J JZ
(1 and Mrs C R Watson and
Insurance at tM lowest -
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.. two children left Monday for their
new home at Avon Park where Mr '
\? When you, 0.i a farmer Watson is District manager of the Rff Met II Gailt0 r.. 01u1rt..2S1,71b2 t1 rS*. e..

fb think of iasuraaosalwayscall Florida Power Corp.: The; Watsons till $IrpIIzI...._.............._..... 2153151 .. 4r, ,.+r ; ,,., ...ili'Tdii
local Farm BI'rfaa
.J tr.\," .. your have been invaluable citizens here HeW far PraCdeI tf hIkpars..........$31 m:r.ft.1.Rai.1
,.if"- k .qet. for nine years and have hosts of SeartISes YIIIIIiII ......................... 1X1M.JJ.
: friends who win miss them but I ...............
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too much Is Mid about ,, T" \ TiTr.u. : I !I.'b
4 MAYBE and Joy of the Chris'tlan ... v f: ; ,
'(I' 'I
life. Peace and joy there are ;, .
'to be mire; but hearing about nothing ;: tIiI. S : p .
else give interested,.persons ,, fl. .. '" "
may I e-. .. .. ... .
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that f I A ;
the notion being a Christian : J' .... III 'jj
is just like floating on your'back I ".. .. I ., .
: in % sunlit swimming pool, I .

half asleep On : ., f :
the contrary, the r', ..'
Christian life Is
more like a ewim ...... }
.f r v .
across the English .. \iA \ or

channel, .
lighting current, y-; ..:..
waves, cold and .,.. .. I
hunger. If you're : -

r \ 'not prepared to : 2qf, :_
i ;; swim against the .. fti; t .: :,1
Dr. Foreman ... ".
tide, you'll never .. "
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;. make It. Saint Paul more than once : t. ,;, ; ;
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used language about the Christian "' k .. ?>:i

life that make it sound like a fight. .....,
He compares it to a race (2 Tim. k vS ,
4:7), to a boxing match (same, 'i'i"f I'J1 1II

verse), to a wrestling match (Eph. .
6:12), to a war (Eph. 6:10f, to a II 1 S y, a w '. ..t'" f
battle with wild beasts (1 Cor. iw.r .
15:32)). He urges his young friendTimoth ,. "
who was a bit of a Ai y c ,
t jnother'B-boy, to take his share of ,..If..

suffering like a good. soldier of i ...... !:-,

. Jesus ,.,r. ,
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Wert fet k N S '"# 1 ..
Fight trtt if Y :
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I. If this world were the kind of .:
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that would trouble
place: give no .
',. at all to a real Christian, It would : 'z N,,,

not be the world that needed to be :.. 1 ,{"t.'I .
, -.saved." It Is precisely,because the ;
, world does not welcome 100% "
x: Christians that it did not welcome
Jesus; It is definitely the hostility
of the world that Christ : \y .
brought 'I L1 ;. 8
, here to endure the Cross. y

Jesus did not go.around pickingon
thejferorld: and the Christla has
business either.
:mo picking on it,
, The way to be a good soldier of 4 ALL FOR THE CHURCH ''
\. Jesus is not, usually, to start firing The Church is the greatest factor on earth for 1

r 'at will There Is enough fighting to the building of character and good citizenship.It .
be done without picking fights. ;
i is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without
: : Consider the story of Paul's ar-
I rest at Jerusalem.wasn't exactly Does the goal you're seeking seem as remole-as unattainable this ... strong Church neither democracy nor civilization ;

:arrest, it was being taken Into pro- .. can survive. There are four sound reasons why
snow-frosted mountain top? Does it seem, sometimes as if you'll never get
tective custody to keep from being every person should attend services regularly and
beaten to death by a lynching-b tt there? Are you on the verge of giving up? support the Church. They are: ft I) For his
What caused the ? ,
mob. uproar own sake.; (2), For his children's sale.; (3) For
Slander caused it, for one thing;
i Paul was accused of sacrilege, defiling -: Don't! Though your objective may seem light-years beyond your reach, if the sake; of his .community i and nation. (4) For

'i the Holy Place, which be had it's the right thing for you, God will help you to attain it, if you'll let Him. The the sake; of the Church itself which needs his
Dot alL causedit
done at Prejudice
including race prejudice; Paul teachings of His Church will help you find the patience and endurance you moral and material support. Plan to go to

1, was being accused friendly, truthfully with Gentiles.enough There, of I "need to accept setbacks .*. and still keep trying. church regularly and read your Bible daily.

1, were other factors, but already we '.. / Day Book Chapter Verses

can see the kind of cause that can Don't try to climb to the top all by yourself. It's a lonely'ascent.. Let the Sunday Job 22 27-29

to always Chri.tt1a.naAccuaaUona be found back of opposition of which Smirch help you, as it helped those who were,here before you and as it Monday j Revelation 2 7

i> Paul was innocent, and hatred of will ,help those who after Tuesday Psalms 69 29-30
I you. Wednesday John S 4-5
the Very thing he did that was
good. The Christian will at times Thursday Romans 5 3.5

be misunderstood but even when Friday Luke 4 4

he Is fully understood he still may Saturday John 10 1-4
be a target for broken bottles. --

Enduring .
Important difference ,i< '" ;' .;. {,- >&. ,,- \ '*
There is one very
between Christian -war

fare" and literal war,as carried on S-
in the modern world. The GI or I \GhIS6t

other soldier at the front carries a .. D", KAttr Mr.StrrItt,StraML Va \f
after the
deadly weapon. He goes

enemy by bringing him pain and .f \ ...
catastrophe he destroys him if he .

can. The Christian soldier carrieson ,
his war by turning the enemyi -
i (of God) into a friend. He fights : These Religious Messages are being Published Each Week Sponsored by th s Following Individuals and
not by inflicting' suffering but by I j. .. .
enduring It. Paul being beaten by I : Establishments: I

that Insane mob was not fighting ..

he back.could.He would He wrote not to have friends done that it If I .t. . .. _.;It,

he carried the "marks of the Lord REGISTER'S AUTO SERVICE WESTERN AUTO STORE ,. '
Jesus": about with him. ,and he1 MADISON DRUG STORE 4.
meant literal scars. Read what he Phone HU '3-650 Madison, FU. DUNN FURNITURECO/
says about bps trials In 2 Cor. 11: The Rexall Store J. J. Sale Jr., Owner. ..
2328. phone HU 3-23SS: Katlloana.. MADISON FLA.
Phone HU '-

WIt.Nlac .,Madison \, Phone HU 3-2340

The other way the Christian sol e I

dier fights is by simply witnessing. t ,.,: .
It Is an Impressive sight Paul with ty .

his clothes torn himself bleeding I I J )01; : ".; .....
and in fact half dead,looking more .. QUALITY
like an Egyptian bandit than a I 'ME SER MORROW. INSURANCE J. B. DAVIS% Inc. CLEANERSi

Roman citizen quieting the crowd AGENCY : .
t When your clothes are not becoming .
with a gesture, and then In their BATTERY & TIRE Co. t Madison Florida .
Madison. Florida ,
they should bed,"
own language telling the story of to you -
how he became a Christian. coming to us Phone HU- 32353'CHERRY'S : '
his being ..- r '
took courage. It was really 'C ,
a Christian that started the
trouble. But this Is what he win, '

not tone down or deny. The Christian .. ... "
.; warfare Is-by witnessing. Let BRYAN ELECTRIC** CO. FRALEIGHASHLEYTRUCK # U,, r, ...

no one say this Ic all talk that talk '. -f '"66" SERVICED .
is cheap and easy, that nobody I* Wiring and Repair-Appliances & TRACTOR CO. CANTEY, .MOTOR. CO.: STATION' ,.1

going to lynch you' for being a : '
Christian In America today. Isat MADISON ,... Phone HU 3-2241. Madison. FU':'. Madison. Florida
Midis, Fla.
it true, disgracefully true, that :
many Christians. keep quiet aboutit \ ...

? Stones are not thrown .to4ay; ,'. .
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Chessman was convicted so Preparing Fertile Soil dustry are the county's princi- _. '
deserved. But he deserved sucha pal sources of income. Irish

'ne ""f( tio fate nearly twelve years ago,1 Another observation is that potatoes, cabbage, sweet potatoes Need Help In

is. and now that he has been kept we are preparing fertile soil I sugar cane, corn, field
tifW Rf wIt1NiW.YORNW Me usMRirl CIIIta 1 iA
Weekly Subscription $3.75'Per Year In AdvanceDelayed in the shadow of death and I for the increase of crime. We peas, velvet beans, string beans, Preparing Your
Renewals $4.00 Per Year tortured for lol these many I cannot have shooting and violence and cucumbers are among the

years, it would be inhumane and drinking and brutality larger crops. Tung oil trees are Income TaxReturns
Advertising Rates Made Known on Application I
and unbecoming a civilized! and.immorality flaunted and grown in the county and the

Entered at the Madison Post Office as epond-clas matter Jun state to put him to death now.I glorified on our TVs and in growing of palms for shipmentto ?

!0. 1908. under Act of March 8. 1879. The best thing to do now, as I our movies and magazines and florists for Use in Palm Sunday -

OWNERS: 'T. C. MERCHANT, T. C. MERCHANT, JR. I we see it, is to quietl commutethe newspapers without reaping decorations is an important
AND ASSOCIATES sentence, shut the whole baleful results. The very industry. Timber and naval

matter up, and go on to more achievements that could and stores are important, and crossties 9
:MADISON RECORDER, ESTABLISHED 1865 .' worth-while things. If it should should serve to bring us Into and barrel staves are produced
NEW ENTERPRISE CONSOLIDATED: JUNE 25, 1908 ever appear that the wrong the more abundant life bid fair, in the county. One of the
man eras convicted-and we do unless directed into worth largest cement plants in the
.,'r. C. MERCHANT Editor and Publisher not think it will-the mattercan while channels, to deprave and country is located in the county.

.. T. C. MERCHANT, JR, Managing'Editor then be corrected to far as destroy Marineland,' in the northern I

\ MRS. A. W. VANN, City Editor possible. us.FotBigSpot. lEach of the county, and Flagler

., 1t@tS W. 'E, WILSON, Advertising Manager. SeY J are great tourist attrac-
.. CSu .: tions. Next week, Franklin j 1. I
TlCIay's Gray 'Metis granted a sixty-day reprieve. Why Dragged Akog? Well, let's take a brief look county t ..

at Florida politics, which is not I
Several suggestions come so grim a subject. Seven candidates -
Green f 60 Days More Torture I MOTHER OF MADISON COUNTY
from the Chessman case, and for the big spot, listed RESIDENTS DIES
Washington's, birthday' and Immediately protests began first of all is why the matterwas I alphabetically: Bryant, Burns,

rain, plenty of it. But the rain coming in from the other side. dragged along for nearly Carlton, David, Dickinson,, Funeral services for Mrs Fannie
... will make, things grow, and the Certain influential members ofCongress twelve years. That seems in Downs and McCarty, qualified Crawford Sands of Macclenny .who
denounced what they excusable. Then crime is com the other day, so all of these died Saturday were held Mondayat
of the
gray today means green Mt ZIon North Prong Primitive
and the white and the pink and called interference by the State mitted, try the case quickly, must be taken seriously. Belser Baptist Church in Baker County. .
the yellow and the other colorsof Department with a sovereign ,give the accused every right to and Hendrix, potential candi- Survivors are her husband six
a few days and weeks hence. slate's system of justice. Thisthe which he is entitled, handle dates, had not Come in at this sons Jim Jr, Homerville. Ga; Newt

Already the pear trees are in State Department denied, all appeals with dispatch, and writing, but they may be in Perry; Henry, Tallahassee; aeon, .
then let justice be dealt swiftly Madison; Frank and Ira of Jacksonville
full bloom,; the plum trees and stating that they were I I I later. Eight or ten have come "
the'redbud have begun to bloom, transmitting the message they and surely. That will not stop. In for Secretary' of" State, one and two daughters Mrs
Viley Blair of Greenville and airs
r Short form $L.50Long
planting time will soon be here had l received. There is little j crime, but it will certainly add of them, President Eisenhow- Mildred Long. Fernandina Beach.

again, and, wonder of wonders 1 doubt in the writer's mind that respect for law. er'a son's father-in-law, Col. Among the honorary pallbearersat form S5.00

although commonplace because I hostile demonstrations should Thompson, on the 'Republican the funeral' were J J Surles, W
life have occurred, although ticket Four or five are in for E Blair and \V It Cone.
used to it a new
:v\e are Rates
in nature will have begun. whether to have let that pros- Tell Them In Advance? Commissioner of Agricultureand 0:; Q<::::::WK:::::::)oc:::>o. Special
influence the Governor's it is reported that one or
Another is the whole Question On Others
action is an arguable point. We two other Cabinet positions will Goodyear Tires $12.95 /
of capital punishment.
Ten Hours 1argin recall having heard the Rev. Some states and many Other have contests. Two are in for 670 x 15, All-Weather tube-type, -Call-

After having successfully I Joe Gammon, who was born: countries have abolished the Railroad Commissioner, Judge plus tax: and recappable tire.
-evaded the gas chamber for and brought up in Brazil, say ,I I Adams and Judge Rowe HU 36910HU
'death penalty, claim it is no I
nearly 12 years, Caryl Chessman that he and other United deterrent The writer himself have qualified for reelection MESSER
California States children were subjectedin I in this. circuit, and
noted and notorious 3-2555
could hardly sit on a capital
convict, was snatched that country to indignitiesat Billy Matthews nonqualified for Battery & Tire Co.
case;not now,at any rate, at his
.,Friday the time that Saccho and re-election to Congress from
death last
from impending -
: II' And yet., what are peopleto ff.tF.u'.u' .D.U
age. C:=> .
executed in Massachusetts I this district. A has
only J'ten hours before his! Vanzetti were do when they are attacked! Republican .
although of course come out against Congressman .
of ,
, 0 scheduled execution. Protests ; by kidnapers and murderers and
\ the planned .execution had they had nothing to do with it.1 I of Bennett in the Second District,
highwaymen and despoilers
poured in on Governor Brown Now it seems that the California -: should and it is reported that the JUST ARRIVED!
women and children? and :
will not abolish I Republicans plan a candidate in
from this country and from:I Legislature they tell them in advance that ,
parts of the world and capital punishment, and if the each Congressional District except -
many three of the, seven California.t State of California is the cat and I they will of not the bo.executed crime they ,com regardless possibly the Third. Two I!. Mc AIR SEED CORN SPEIGHTS SEED CORN. .

Supreme Court Justices- had, Chessman the mouse, it just new candidates came into the .
voted for commutation (though means that the State will tor- county contests the past week

four were against such action) ;,, ment him another sixty days, and others are threatening. COTTON SEED-PEANUT SEED-SEED POTATOESFUlL

however, the Governor, himself;;and then perhaps devour him.
personally opposed to capital:
punishment, was not moved until -; Another is the question of Great Cement Plant I .
11I11AId you are in Our Feed & Seed Stare
word came through the U.: what influence disorders of Flagler county, second county -;
S. State Department that hostile Ualtec'I7 the endocrine system and the I south of Jacksonville facing CHECK OUR HARDWARE & FARM SUPPLIES

demonstrations were feared, 1r nervous system have upon cer- the Atlantic ocean, has an area i
'!n Uruguay, where President;; The crimes of which Chessman tain crimes, and if these disorders 'i about three-fourths that of SEE US FOR YOUR FERTILIZER NEEDS ,

,Eisenhower, is shortly to visit,: was convicted were (some could be corrected be-I Madison county and a population -! We are Agents for International Fertilizers. A complete line Is .

should the execution" be carried -|j of 'them) unprintable. He says fore the crime is' committed.I I a little more than a third I carried fa our Warehouse in Madison. Check our prices before \
, out. So the Governor, witha 'I that he did not commit them, Many people will Jiave littlesympathy +I as great. It was formed in 1917! F! you buyCAVE'S
man's life resting in his hand that another person did, but he, with such an idea,: from parts of St Johns and, I

and an almost unbearable',: will not tell who (which of and yet some of it is.true. Our I Volusia counties, and named for: ; ,
.weights?on hb shoulders, and course damages his case fatal-!law reaches back; science Henry SI Flagler, Florida East' FEED& FARM SUPPLY

.hoping perhaps the California ly). If a person ever deserved I'reaches into the future. And Coast developer and builder of' .
legislature, would in the meantime -. I!, to die for crime,,the one who,prevention is much, preferable the Florida East Coast railroad. BILL & MILTON CAVE 'Owners... MADISON. FLA. ,
abolish J! committed the crimes of which l('I l to .. I ,. .
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i FOR 'MA.JORAP.-ISON COUNTY. 4 SciaIJ .Gas manager. at Madison, wflj succeed g ,
CITY OF? MADISON, FLORIDA EJriie George F Woodham at Avon Park.

1 WESTERNAUTO. Petitioner, W R "Bin Pressley. Apopka district = jresti4i"that is .
; PLIANCES. va. wflf Watson
Repair Sbsp manager succeed
1'r r THE STATE OF FLORIDA' et.a1,. at :Madison. and JV -Johnny" -
.: \ Respondents -?, Oar: ,' office at VOriando,
i r manager ==CQOQCQo oaCQaaocgocca DEWEY FARM H D CLUB
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE RobertJ.Beasley.SMITH'S will succeed Pressley In Apopka asdistrict
TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA manager, according to. an a.o5INGOUTEnUre
SCOTT-MARSHALL GREENFIELDMr AND THE SEVERAL PROPERTY, SERVICE STATION announcement by VIce President AV stock of field fence and The Dewey Farm Home demon
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OWNERS TAXPAYERS, CmZEKSand .Benson. The will be stration Club met in the home ot
and Mrs Lester E Greenfield ,. .LEE, FLORIDA promotions barb wire at less than wholesale
of 2409 Una Drive Jacksonville, OTHERS HAVING or CLAIM.; effective March L cost: Mrs E I Cheshire. Feb 10, at 1:30p
are announcing the birth of a son, ING ANY RIGHT. TITLE OR IN- :- m. Ten members were present.Devotional .
1344 Field Fence @ $2200Gaucho
Scott Marshall Greenfield Feb 19, TEREST IN PROPERTY TO BEAFFECTED Bert Loper: 6f Astatul sends. in was the twenty-third
Barb 4 Point @ $6.00
The baby weighed 7 Ibs. Mrs Green- THE CITY'OF MADISON a renewal for afew more monthsof Psalm read by Mrs Herbert Norris.
field is the former' Miss Judy Kramer FLORIDA. OF $275,000 "the good ,old EaR paper" and HUFFMAN' & GILMORE Prayer by Mrs Bailey Wynn. Dis
of Madison. The baby is the NATURAL GAS REVENUE CERTIFICATES adds that it's really been cold there LIVE OAK, FLORIDA cussion was Treating Clothing to
first grandchild of Mr and Mrs Madison High School's championship -
HEREINAFTER MORE and so many have the virus flu, Telephone FOrest,%-1201 Prevent Fire, after which refreshments ".
Hyem Kramer. He is also the first basketball team defeated
grandchild in the Greenfield family. PARTICULARLY AFFECTED DESCRIBED WAY, or Montlcello Friday night for their with the hospitals full of patients.TeriniesSwarmmg" .!i!KXX3.,......,...,........,.... ... were served. \
to be IN ANY I ,Reporter, I
THEREBY eighteenth victory of the season
Mr and Mrs J 0 Cook of 'Beaumont : I Mrs E I CheshireANDIDATESReBardless
Miss, spent several days last The State of Florida, through the 83 to 62. Donnie Floyd of the ? Guests of Mr and Mrs Carroll # .
week here, guests of Mr and Mrs State Attorney: of the ,Third"Judi winners>vas" the game's high scorer I fCALL r BUlock Sunday were their daughter C of
cial Circuit of said State, and the with 21 points followed by Buddy :and granddaughter Mrs William what think after
Graham 'Wheeler and Mr and Mrs you may
several property owners, taxpayers,, Ragans with 15 and Billy Rutherford BurkeExterminating Bennett and Carolyn Bennett of
J 0 Cook Jr.THE Ute election, many voterscan
citizens and others having-or claimIng with 14.Madison's Valdosta.., Other Sunday dinner
title interest in and do read give 'em
any right or so
NEWSI 'I B team also won 64 to guests of the Blalocks were Mrs
SQUAW'S to be affected by the issuance Co.
property pitch for a Vote in the _
46.ith Botch Baker scoring 29 C A Blalock, Miss Beatrice Griffin your
by the City of :Madison, Florida -
am glad to be alive, I am glad of the NaturalGas Revenue points for the wirers Phone 293-J Perry Florida and Mrs Emaline Carpenter. friendly E-R. ,

that in God I live and move and Certificates hereinafter more particularly -
have described, or to be affected
in thereby, arc hereby re- I
any way
I enjoy life I enjoy every thing
quired to.appear before the Circuit -
that is good I enjoy my spiritual Court of Madison County,
studies, I do not meditate and Florida, in the Third Judicial Circuit
study with tense seriousness but of said State at the Court- I : ,
with relaxed joyousness. I enjoy house In Madison Florida on the H FRALEICHASHLEYa -
I overcoming all the challenges in 19th day 'of March 1960, at 10:00 S :
o'clock A. M., and show cause why
my,life, even as the athlete en- .
the of the petition filed in "
'the of prayers
joys healthy competition
the above proceeding should not be : .
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I .the truth I
sports. enjoy using
granted, and the Natural Gas :
know and I enjoy seeing it work therein described
Revenue Certificates
,unfailingly my life and in the and the proceedings hereto- T&T COMPANY '-/i-

lives of ,others.I fore had authorizing the issuance .
enjoy the, world about me and thereof validated and confirmed : :
.aU varied activities. I learn to said Natural Gas Revenue Certifi- .. .
cates being dated May 1. 1959,
look on the constructive side of
bearing interest at a rate or rates .
life so that I never lose the proper
I not exceeding six per centum (6%)
perspective when seeming tragediesoccur. per annum, payable semi-annually,
I enjoy seeing the enfolding aggregating the principal amount of
pattern and plan of God even $275,000 being in the denomination "
when appearances seem to the con- of $1,000 each, and- maturing
trary. serially in annual installments In OUR FORMAL OPENING
I enjoy the company of other the years 1963.to 1989. inclusive, a
of which
persons and the the sweet sharing communion of thoughts of more said Natural complete Gas description Revenue Certi-
ficates is contained in the petition
friendship arid love I enjoy music herein.

art and literature. I enjoy eating, Done and ordered at Madison,
resting and working. I am glad to Florida, this 22nd day of February,
be alive, I am glad that in God I 1960.
live and move and have my ,being. Is) R H ROWE Judge of the ,
(SQUAW) "" Circuit Court of the Third Judicial i: ---
Circuit of Florida, in and for Madison -- ,-_

Termites Swarming? County. A4 C
CALL Attorney' for Petitioners 26-4t-ch:
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Burke'ExtermHatHg ., Candidates Panhandling

Voters can't shake you down \a

Ct. when you talk to 'em in an'E-R

: Phone 293-J Perry, Florida Ad. .1 .

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LOOK'N SEE SET 2.25 Value NOW $L25

WIND and WEATHER LOTION 2.00 Size NOW $1.00 I


Dorothy Gray Cosmetics >.. i -' ,. '.
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Dry Hormone Skin. .. Qettsec "$2.50 'size\;,< 'NOW.'.H,. $1.25.' \ : IN OUR NEW BUILDING ON I.

v .$2,25size. xoty',''$125' .' .: J. '

'$4.00 sire, JJOW $2.00.I THE VALDOSTA HIGHWAY

Salon Cild Craw ', ', :

$2.25 size. NOW/IL25 ,
$4.00 size, 'NOW) $2.00 .

Special Dry SIB .ifahre ,

$4.00 size, .NOW $2.00 .

TWO MINUTE MAGIC\ ". "2.00 Size KOW $1.00, .

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' Y NOTICE OF LEASE North 89 decrees Iff West 546.70 MOVE INTO ANCESTRAL HOME --''- .
feet to the point of beginning. Mr and Mrs Gordon Ashley Jr, NEW ELECTRIC 10-KEY I CONSTRUCTION
This lease will be given subjectto
,. all reservations exceptions and and two daughters, Rachel Randell ADDING MACHINES I '
WHEREAS, the Board of County ABOUT MOREINSURANCE Ashley and Sarah Theo Ashley recently ;New and Remodeling
conditions in that
appearing certain -
Commissioners of Madison County, 1nOInto their beautifully
Florida, on the 3rd day of February, deed dated the. 23rd day of renovated and modernized home on VICTOR ...... .... $171.00 I Howerton'Supply Co.
August, 1946, and recorded in the ?
1960, determined that it Is to the North Range Street. BURROUGHS ....... 209.50 I
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit ,
best interest of the County of Mrs Ashley and daughters are : ,..:4.<. ,,,
Madison to lease the 'hereinafter Court of Madison County, Florida the fifth and sixth generations of CLARY ...... ...... 225.00 I II II I
in Deed Book 65, Page 162, and I
described' real property for 'a periodof also, subject to the condition that their family to own and occupy the ODHNER .... .. .. .. 259.50 ISmithCorona
home, which is known to this
twenty years: generation
Notice II hereby given that the during the term of said lease, that as the old Randell house, TOTALIA .. .. .... 259.00 adding
said property will be used only by
Board of County Commissioners the lessee for civic educational but actually going back two generations plus fed. and state tax.
will on the 2nd day of March, 1960 In further we find the owners Machines
and/or recreational typewriters
at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A, M. were CapL Smith Parramore and THEENTERPRISERECORDER ,
event or either of the above .I
accept bids for cash for a 20 year any Rachel Vann Parramore the rreat.Jt'eat. ,
conditions reservations are violated -
lease on the following described or is Y greatgrand parents of rsAhJey and cash registers.
I said property to revert. HU 36361SCHWINN
property in :Madison County, Florida who Is the granddaughterof
back to the County of .
to-wit: Florida and the lease shall be I the late Mr and Mrs Sidney
A lot or tract of land containing null and void. Hinely of Live Oak. The

2.1G acres, more or less, located in This notice shall be publishedonce I Mrs J G Ashley Sr and the late
Madison County, Florida, and lying a week for at least two 'weeks Mr Ashley, who owned the home BICYCLES EnterpriseRecorderSomeone l
i in the Northeast Quarter of In the Enterprise-Recorder, a newspaper I previous to the present owners, Franchised Dealers & Service I
Section 33, Township 3 North, Range of general circulation published lowered! the house which stood more HOWERTON SUPPLY CO. ,
9 East designated as Unit A-15 on in Madison County, Florida. than six feet from the ground ahd
Key Plat Map of Cherry Lake Bids will be opened at 10:00 a moIt back from: the street following 1 .
Farms, dated November 1937 and m. on the 2nd day of March, 1960. a fire In 1943.
filed; for record in the Clerk's The Board reserves the right to It is not exactly known how old f

Office, Madison, Florida on the reject any and all bids. the house Is, or in what year it + 1P '
aid day of December, 1945, the DALE M. LESLIE, Clerk was built but certainly it is one
tract being more particularly described Board of County Commissioners of the oldest in continuous occupancy ,- )
t..._ .
as follows: Madison County, Florida. in the city. The mortised "
Beginning at the Southwest corner 24-3t-ch a. framework( and sills were held together -, ,, \\ \ .
of the Northeast Quarter of I with wooden pegs and floors t \ -- -

the Northeast Quarter Section 33, throughout were six inches andover \
Township 3 North, Range 9 East, C. E. QUICK hardwood flooring. \ =
and thence running along the South The modernized home now com- : ono tu.
line of the Northeast Quarter of Tell 'em you saw it i in HO 3-6168 BOX 292 bines the charm of the old with the An trr A "

Northeast Quarter of Section 33 MADISON. FLORIDA comforts of the new. In the old l' I
Township 3 North, Range 9 East Home Town Ga part of the home wide flooring and : '.
644.00 feet to an iron pipe, the your This Gulf Life agent can tell 12 ft-6 in ceilings retain the grace .

point of beginning of the tract )'OU. how, with Adapt-A- of the old and In the new part a stilt has to pay for groceries
hereinafter described, thence running zette-Ik EHBUSINESSMEN Plan your insurance: Is Florida room, family room, modem
due South 342.00 feet to an adaptable. For example, a kitchen and utility room central when your paycheck stops...

iron pipe set at shoreline at high .. .. ,.. family Income plan can also heating and car port give the de- Life has family .
it's many
water mark of Cherry Lake thence M". .r..,.,.,.,. -"tr ..,,7.'V provide substantial retirement sired modem conveniences. ,Period ...and up to with exclusive',Adapt-A-Plan features -
running along' the shore line of Income. CITe hima furnishings, draperies and rugs add protection plans
Gulf Life
\ Cherry Lake,. the high water being .. call today an extra charm.Radiator. to help you do the job. your
the line North 58 degrees 00 East representative.
644.66 feet to an iron pipe set on If you want customers every Giant Jumbo Hamburgers: in Repairing 7 9

the South line of Northeast Quar- week in your store, tell 'em C-in bun 40c.wlfITE I_ _

.,...... ... 33 ter Township's of Northeast North Quarter, Range"9 ofjSectlon East, .about: it in an E-R ad every TOP* DRIVE-IN r McWMIAMS GARAGE GULF LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY V I
week. ; Jacksonville, Florida ,
thence running along said line Founded 1911.. Horn Office, .

Set The Knife hort Chevy Stow to color Sundays,, ftBc.tv-tht Pit Bcont Ctovy Showroom wecMy,ABC-TV.
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, Our Satisfied customers are our GREATEST asset; here -TUfi WKpplt* Calve '

is'one ,and more will be mailed on'request. f
... t // you think we're enthusiastic about Corroir, leaf through the leading automotive, sports and science .: r,_ ..
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Hanson Florida '
\ February 11th 1960 "Gomir steering Is to light that at In. the Cbrrair than in some standardsue 'There Is none of the typical whine I
pining speeds it frets power assisted; it cars.. ." lormally associated with rear- ngined /
e b so precise as to be absolutely without -L..//. lionet.Automotive News vehicles. Inside the car, the effect is quite 1 t
' To Whom it may concern: play and it is fast enough t* allow unlike anything we have ever experienced

Sparks Best Homes built a three bed room home for me last compUte control over every situation." "So far as shopping goes, the Coma b 'i It almost teems that there is no engine t '

summer, while I was in the Lake City Hospital and I am +-Kart LuJeigun a housewife's dream. It's small and easilymaneuvered and the general effect" ,is so quiet as to be
Can Itttutrated"Stem
Sports almost
I been home it could not have without any power staring uncanny. !
sure that should have
-John R.Bond.Road& Track
and it's lot easierto
so easily parked a
J... been constructed any better as Mr. Sparks gives each t.
like a feather and b extremely unload a cart fail of groceries into a
home built his personal supervision. quick This is a beautifully designed front trunk'at the supermarket thaa it No written word can suffice for the

Should.any one be interested in a well-built home, I would automobile,engineered by real pros. ..." b into a rear one." genuine pleasure that jou will receive
7cm McCahilL Mcdxadx IHuttraicJ Francis Science behind the wheel of Americas newest I
letter that is mailed me as Rottmary Popular
to ,
be very happy answer any and most advanced contribution to trans j

I am' satisfied with both material and construction or portation.. .. .. It is a great car." .
"Most surprising thing to me outside of "I want to state as firmly as I can that
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Motor Laccorvair ,
home is just Don Stewart
" better 'still, should you be in Hanson, our -
the excellent handling charaeferutk west the Corsair handles: as beautifully and bas
i' across from the Methodist Church. ., the feeling of roomines inftde. I safe as-if not safer than-any family 1
, Signed: Rev. W. .J. Bennett didn't hare the sensation of driving a car on the road today." .
., smaIl car and the headroom was greater -Jim WTupplf Car Uft f

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f I TiieERPrint'iF Stigkt Charge i l pips[ on Touring 1 1ly

A slight charge is made for:
Everything ;t' Carol tone I 3 COMPLETE ROOMS
.I NOTICES Women's Travel' Mhotif?

(regardless of sponsor: ) Toys for Touring
RAISING PROJECTS Mothers planning lone drires witlrchildren
will find touring can be i
(regardless of sponsor) child play-if the youngsters are .
ABOUT MEETINGS OF ANY It's easy. When you pack be ifcr*
,to Include toysand aetiTity materials :
KIND suited for,your children's qa. ,
(regardless of organization) .
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Prices are reasonable. Rising production .. II 'Ic" .
costs force us to omit ALL v .' ",

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trexcept I G-in bun 40c.WHITE rs15aujpTs ,
i Wfta tickets and .1
Candidates-Strew your name

Money! i all around the county with E-R FURNITURE "'...

campaign cards, posters, cir I 'r" .
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culars. sure say something :(;tf.rr
; CANDIDATES Rent an adding; a '
'. nice about yourself,. even .. .. -
machine total promises of : i 1-/. Jt>
to ,
sup For / -. rn-'ftI'-o1da. picture n .
_. port from the deer peepuL THE E-R. if no one else will. books blocks and paper and ';r.S' .,
crayons are always welcome u wtflis : ,:. '
practical la the limited space o\ 128 N. Patterson Valdosta, Ga CH 2-1515
I a car. Industrious little girls w-W
II fttjoywdm wearing looms and
I dolls with travel wardrobes in small
suitcases. Boys of the same ace
should be delighted;with tiny rubber
or soft plastic cars or airpUnci.
VALDOSTA FEDERAL Haying or picture cards ana hand 299.00
puppets are rood. too.
Older children, from 8 to 12. are
ANNOUNCING- ,. -" .f:> ,- eazierto keep entertained and retain
y" tkdr 'interest in a particular toy orgame

t ,,,-". longer tha" *he younger Iry.Ket"P 8-PIECE BEDROOM ROUP . .. . . $169.95
... their intern:, with activity
.t : tp
4 books drawing pads and puzzles.A Dresser and Mirror, Bookcase 9e Chest, Innerspring
A r y. number of board games hare been Mattress, Box Spring, 2 Pillows and, Bedspread.
made with magnetic or pegged pieces
excellent for use in moving cars. ,
To rest eyes and provide diversion,
try guessing and number games.
'Twenty Questions" is r'ways good. ...-"i 4 .
Avoid toys which might distract 1 ti
the driver such as yo-yo s, balloons '
balls and noise makers.Never permit .
heavy or sharp-pointed toys or kits : .
containing liquids. And never allow '
games in which the child!has to more :
about. '"
Don't plan everything for inside .
the car. Schedule a stop or two at ,
BY 10th EARN FROM THE FIRST a place that will Interest-and In-
struct-the children and then let h
OFFICE HOURS them: look and stretlia.CANDIDATES .

Rent an adding
MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRL. 9/AM.TO;: PM.. machine to total promises of SUP- w' .., y M ,
THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS: 9 AM TOV12 NOON port from the deer peepuL THE E-R. 1

The New When buying your

E-R from Newsboys. .

Please DO NOT park in the r
street and make your newsboy run
out into the street to make a sale.
Kindly pull over to the curb. ,
Saving &: Loan Association
Our newsboys have instructions

115 c''N. WOMBS j> ," -!<.*.. VALDOSTA.... GA. ,to, STAR OUT;; of' the streets and
we will appreciate your co-cperat-
The Friendly Association Big Enough to Serve You. Small
Ing with us AND THEM for
Enough To ,Know You THEIR SAFETY. Thank you very

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?fi' \ 6-passenger compact can, gets up to 30 miles j ptr "-pe'ce; ab* .x p
miles between oil
\I gallon. 4,000 changes Cuts eau '
,t,. :- I COME on tires, parts, up to 15% on insurance! Compare Dinette Suite : : k '
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Want savings! in the large economy size Our Fauiane 500 & TWINbaUn'W.
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j ,"" .".,.."f... .' ... n: .. '''= :::::=:: .... 6 .. :.=::: the informed Home Missi!o rfjStady Course on
; it-; .. .cia : '. mobiles? Keep public >
yes : .'. ."Reaching Rural Churches" was
of valuable services '
your held in the home of Mrs George

y, : with an inexpensive Hutchinson Tuesday evening at

... It ,weekly ad in The E-R saying 6:00 o'clock> with nine members of

.. '. local folks the WMU Mrs Albert
.. II nice things about present
.. ...:.... ', since1865.. Kelly was the principal speaker. A
.."..... .< skit was given on "Reaching Rural
., ..... .... :US 90 PLANTED TO 'RIVER Churches," after which an open.
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., 5 Initial group plantings have been intermission -permitted the
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,., .. .. ...... J completed on U S 90 west from members to' enjoy a delicious-
\ : : I Madison to the Audlla River.Vork-' covered dish supper the lovely

,;'J't' .,.\: King with Fred Mahan of Monti-: dining room, ajter which the mem
<.'0 cello who gave the plants, and the hers enjoyed an hour of fellow.

State Road Department which did ship. The meeting then reassembledin

;. i, rk i0 .3 the planting, was a committee from the 'living-room to hear' a talk
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given by Mrs Lewis Hughen on
the Madison Garden Club composed

1. JJ ;"( I I IOf Mrs H D Oxford, chairman, the book "Call TO The Country."
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., ,Mrs Turner Davis. Mrs Van H Next WMU meeting will be held
tt' :,Priest Mrs R H Rowe Mrs Carroll February 23rd in the home of Mrs
fII' II.'.. ," !. .r.) I ;' 'f i Blalock and Mrs R C Home. (Bill Lamb.
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"if; : evergreens and blooming shrubs Don't let your friendly,
t' ._. .. M f'. ._ .... ..",.,....._ ...... ........ r will be added to each year and do all
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Pictured above are the Junior College Presidents and Kenneth Skaggs, President, Chipola Junior College, Dr next year the Garden Club expectsto the advertising! Dial The E-R,
Kenneth Williams President Dade Junior College, Dr further beautify the highway byplanning
officials who met here recently. j dogwood trees bn the HU 3-6361, and say, "Gimmean

Mr Charles Hamblen, Acting President, Central Florida James Wattenbarger, State Department Fucation, route to the river ad, Mrs Wilson."

Junior ,College; Dr Lee Henderson, State Department I Dr Maxwell King, President; Indian River Junior bollege;

of Education; Dr B R Tilley, President, St. Johns River Dr Sam Neel), President, Manatee Junior College; Dr

Junior College; Dr Henry Ashmore, President, Pensacola Mike Bennett, President, St. Petersburg Junior College;
Junior College; Dr Raymond Schultz, Professor of Junior
College Education, Florida State University; Dr Bruce Dr Harold 1.1an President, Palm Beach Junior College; SAVINGS

Wilson, President Brevard Junior College, Dr Marshall Dr Ted Booker, President, Gulf Coast Community College; r..

Hamilton, President, North Florida Junior College, Mr Dr Jam Synder, President, Daytona Beach Junior College. ACCOUNT

CANDIDATES-Regardless of CANDIDATES-Regardless of '

what'you may think after, what you may think after: 01.

'SIPllfi OD the election, many voterscan the election, many voterscan

and do read, so give 'em and do read, so give 'em .

your pitch for a Vote in the your pitch for a Vote in the ;>-

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Milliner AnnouncesFor MEN'S CLUB

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Re-Election The :Methodist Men's Cub met ,
Tuesday evening in FellowshipHall

for their monthly program and >
.1" Pat Milliner, County Tax Collec- supper meeting. The Helen Parra-
tor, for ,
ic announcing re-election
more. Circle served a menu of
In this week's E-R. He promises a ,
"Continuation of effort to render, sausage and grits, scrambled eggs, r _
bot biscuit, pie and coffee. .
I you the best and most courteous:
p.V; service possible." I Harry Culln. presented the pro-
;1 At Enjoy lots of nutritious: ice cream gram which consisted of a tape re- ,

t;, frkdI at tbe friefidly stores displaying BIRTHDAY PARTY i corded address by Howard Berg, -

f'- the Super Sue sign.Super Sue of Melbourne Conference lay ""

F' .trH fa super I oed -I t'. superior.All "Sheldon Tomlinson celebrated her leader, which outlined the laymen's ,
r twelth birthday anniversary Satur- program and urging a keener sense You can read a continued If.. -

Popular Fbvort/ Gone Cups.Ply,tanty H-CoBon day evening with a wiener roast of responsibility to the laity

given by her parents Mr and Mr Mrs E p.'Sanders Jr sang two success story in this_ book. ,,>
" Giant Jumbo Hamburgers in CANDIDATES-Regardless of J P Tomlinson. The affair was heldon selections with Miss Alice Sims .. .

.G.in bun 40c.WHITE what you may think -after the lawn, after which games accompanist., You can write your own success story in the pages of your .

TOP DRIVE-IN the election, many voterscan and dancing were enjoyed by'number a savings account bank book, and read it with increasing

and do read, so five'em Sheldon of received guests. many attractive t Termites Swarming? .,... satisfaction, every week, as you make your deposits" according .... '"

COTTON DISAPPEARANCE your pitch for a Vote in the gift*. .. to schedule. Systematic saving wins! ... ..
friendly ER.Ali'ews BANK OF GREENVILLE.! it ) 5 -
Donald Loper, who Is taking a BurkeExterminatiiigCo.
,.., A sharp Increase In exports and
some increase in domestic mill con aid Befgs to ten weeks' course in Jacksonville_"t MEMBER OF FEDERAL INSURANCE DEPOSIT I
sumption studying to operate the new equip- ?
.. may result in a carryover CORPORATION S
of 8.5 million bales of cotton on ment being installed at the AT & \
August 1, I960 according to the Head Red Cross Drive T here. spent the weekend at home. Phone 293-J Perry. Florida GREENVILLE, FLORIDA .. :;:'

latest overall cotton-situation esti- .... .
mate rewired at the State agri- \ < .
cultural Stabilization and Conservation Robert Andrews and William T .... "... ,< .....'I .
Beggs will act as Co-Chairman for "',
Office. This would be about -
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400,000 bales below last year' the Annual Red Cross, Fund Drive -+'.....,. .....;.:.-'+{-"'; .""'f;', ..
August 1 carryover Campaign to be held In March. t.. ": fit I' \ t'

Export for the 1959-60 season' The Month of March has been

may total at least C million "51 designated as Red Cross Month. -' Switch to. Switches Go Electric "t.'1 .
and domestic mill consumption of i During this month, intensive drives '
cotton estimated at about 9 I ,.t"., '
million bales. This expected disappearance -i will United be'States conducted Relief throughout activities costa the the onomicaF way to cook and heat water!' : -

of 15 million bales of .:
" great deal of and the S ,
money <
.. cotton during the 1959-60 marketingyear *1'
would be at least 3.5 million only source of funds to carry on "' $,.,;:

bales or 30 percent above disappearance the program is the annual appealto 9 ; "...''',.....".,... ,',
ftf .
In the preceding year. Exceptfor the American people. ;; .
? 195657. it would also be the Besides relief programs,' the Red I** :, : : .
largest since 1928. Cross is active In many other ways.In S <, "
The increase In export is being '
Madison Count last the ,
year : .
caused by record high mill con
.Grey Ladies gave 3300 volunteer .
sumption In the foreign free world, "
a decline In foreign free world hours to our hospital; approximately o ,'/ : /:.

production, an increase in foreign( 50 cases were handled through our r "

free world stocks of cotton, and Home Service which assists all ;, ,

relatively low prices for U S cotton. servicemen when emergency arisesat : ." ,

home; We had a very active 1 i -:
Linda and Martha? Hutto spent Summer program in which ,LifeSaving ***&**

!" the week-end in Quincy Fla with and water Safety were .

Mr and Mrs W R Kinard. taught by certified Red Cross Instructors ,. ,...

and last year there were '
: -.0. ,1' .
approximately 100 students who I
4 '!
' were instructed in Home Nursingand 5''\0 ft t\
t W
S FbnwySpec First Aid. These and. many :

AT other services are available; however $511' n ../ .
to continue' these services SAVE "Ie } !

Thigpen'sGulf costs a great deal of mar1tY. and Switch fe electric Coeklnfl! .. !

the only source pf funds to carryout and Water Ht_ nfIll's ''". ,'

this program is through our Today you're using more ftctrfc appliances In I
L I Service anntial Fund Drive. We have been hart !. s.Iasth iwfrtkn. Wt silt horn Hum ever b fore. And that's why youcon
very successful in the past :and Bty $! .* .. i > Utt. ettt .! tad r your save money by switching to electric cooking J
On U S 90 Madison Florida i
'7 urge your support during the Monthof Itctifc iMff wl wt* t ktattf rtpleoaf e and water h..tlnvFor at you stop up your.*e ,:;;'5
HU 3-9942 March. flint-tys s ffC acs. fat M trials tw yfdiclw of eJect? dty, you step down the electric rate you Jt't*_, I;
er fit".. II trend ..leal .fficL it' economIcal to go AHElectric t
T J Beggs. HI Chapter'ChairmanAmerican peay.This moans more !'" :
Free Pickup and Delivery Service combination of service
than to use a
Red Cross
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fl.OO And electric ranges and water heater* are not .. :
! Paul Loper, young son of Mr but th fast, dean and safo.So '
only economical, y're '
and Mrs Donald 'Loper is recovering -
,. ;V: buy NOW and take advantage of the big In* ...;./
from a right collar bone fracture L': .
TIRE REPAIR ... .. ... 75cCJAR. ttolloilon! saving being offered during our "
which he received recently .. Switch to Switches campaign. .

.,WASH'. ...... .. 1.00ANTIFREEZE when he jumped from the playpen .'... ... '" -;
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his home.ADVERTISERSThe. : -p '; ". '
installed $2.7S at ; ;: .;. :... .- t _
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I E-R will noniDA ppttkB, CORrOI!. ION f!} '. ,
Let us service your car or truck .
appreciate your ad copy by ,. S n} Yr
: : .. 6 pan. TUESDAY. THANKS. .. i',.' ,1!' *


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It's Here!

The regional ,meeting In '.
.ADS The VALIANT at for the forthcoming Red .SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. '

Cross Campaign was held Thursday 1
Lostbt/ I t I RAGANS MOTOR CO. February 25th at 12:30 at the Madi- .. 109 S. PATTERSON STREET

St a vcd son Restaurant W H Wefaun, .
I Regional Chairman for the Fund I h. VALDOSTA GEORGIA

. Come by Today! Drive, of Tallahassee, was to .Machine Repair Rental Sewing Course

IW. charge. The MadiSon County Chapter .
B. Davis, Jr. with G-E appliances and PRE- was host 9 with representatives present -I. New Machines, $59.50 and, up

REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE: CISIONWARE CABINETS. Up Mac's Furniture ...and Appliances from all, surrounding counties.
ACREAGE FARMS to 5 years to pay. Call or write Is in the process of moving to the After, the luncheon' plans for the CALL VALDOSTA CH 4-2304 COLLECT

BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL o ,, Setzer Shopping Center. Watch the 1960 campaign were discussed. Service In 24 Hours
w Offers earnings for _""An"'Ad Add d.
TITLE present
ABSTRACTS OF Ray Milford of the US Navy is ""
TITLE INSURANCE needs and U S Savings Bonds Florida StatutesIN
112 West Base Street for family security. Become an expected. here for a visit soon. THE COURT OF THE COUNTY FOOD COURSE NEW FLORIDA ROOM, AND
t Phone HU 33277WANTEDREWARD this pleasant way. Write AVON FLORIDA IN PROBATE. CARPORTMr
COSMETICS, Box 3103 MSS Florida Statutes In re: Estate of Mary Jane Thompson How much do you know about .
the food eat In relation to -
Tallahassee, Fla. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Payne Deceased.TO you
Just looking for an energetic: ",# '- ", "" "" "" ",, JUDGE MADISON COUNTY, ALL CREDITORS AND PER- your health Madison County Home and Mrs S D .Medlin are
couple who will remodel and en- FLORIDA IN PROBATE. SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -Demonstration Program Is planninga i having an. atractive large Florida
Joy living in one of the finest Nttices In re: Estate of Levy Webb, AGAINST SAID ESTATE: six weeks special interest course room, and also a carport added 1o
large houses In Madison. Spacious, Deceased You and each of you are hereby for any Interested persons beginning their home.questions .
gracious, close-In. Call or come by. TO ALL CREDITORS AND PER notified and required to present March 4 and each following Fri..
(A modest charge Is made for SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS any claims and demands which you. and
day night for six weeks. Come
&oa4usWiINyf AGAINST SAID ESTATE: or either of you, may have against ,
I & public notices In this column) to know about the follow relating to diseases. The
get more
You and each of you are hereby the estate of Mary Jane Thompson
REALTOR notified and required to present any Payne deceased late of said County ing: Weight Control. How Your sessions are planned for 8:00 p m.
.< Phone Office HU 3-6481 claims and demands which you, or to the County Judge of Madison Body Uses the Food You Eat, what Please call or write the Home
Residence HU 3-648L Madison either of you, may have against the County, Florida at his office In the part Mental Health Plays In Weight Demonstration office If. you wishto
MADISON, FLORIDA estate of Levy Webb deceased court house of said County atMadison Control and good physical health enroll. No charge. and course
FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE! late of said County, to the Fbrlda, within eight and medical: forum to discuss some will be open to the public.
calendar months from the time of
County Judge of Madison County,
Farmall Tractor, B 24 Cross repairing done by set "doctors"We -- --
M Florida, at his office In the court the first publication of this notice. r .
Section Harrow, Ford Tractor, house of said County at ifadison, Each claim or demand shall be In
I New for
planter and cultivator, 2 John ;Florida, within eight calendar writing, and shall state' the place SomethingCOMPLETE Madison .
Deere Farm Wagons. One drag months from the time of the first of residence and post office ad-
type Harrow. One 1% ton Ford publication of this notice, Each dress of the claimant, and shall Be BUILDINp SERVICE- If you need help in building
Truck. Cash complete- $2500 claim or demand shall be in writ- sworn to by the claimant his agentor or planning- or NEW or USED BUILDING MATERIALS
EDGAR RILES, Lloyd: Fla. Phone 1 Ins, and shall state the place of his attorney, and any such haIi..
46607, Tallahassee, Fla. 24-2t-pd residence and post office address claim not so filed shall be void
of the claimant, and shall be swornto MARY JANE BRANDT.As USED LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS
FOR SALE House 2% miles north
: administrator of the Estate of
by the claimant, his agent or his USED BRICK
of Madison near Valdosta high- attorney, and any such claim or Mary Jane Thompson Payne, deceased -

way. JESSE MOORE, HU 36898. know how to diagnose your demand not so filed shall be void. Let us WRECK YOUR HOUSE!, i..
26-2t-ch TVs Ills and cure *em fast GRACE J. WEBB First publication Feb. 26, 1960,
As Administratrix of the estate 4tpd. \ WE ALSO WILL SALVAGE YOUR OLD BUILDINGS

FOR SALE: Whys 1947 Jeep four' QUITMAN of Levy Webb Deceased. ...........,.......,...,.,-......,...,.................,-.,.......,-.........",
wheel drive. Running gear in First publication 2-19-60, REC-ch Cabinets Built To Order \

HU pood 36594..condition.Madison.$250.00 Fla.ca 25-lt-ch b. Call TELEVISION SERVICE Are you peddling insurance,I Goodyear Tires $12J)5)

FOR- SALE: The Hanson Groceryand 401 E Stevens St tranquillizers, shoes, or automobiles 670 x 15, All-Weather, tube-type PAUL B. WILLIAMSON Enterprises
living quarters or trade for We Repair ? Keep the public in! plus tax and recappable .tIre. ,

t a good farm. Inquire at Grocery. Record-Players-Automob Radios formed of your valuable services -; PHONE HU 3-6781 MADISON FLORIDA
24-2t-ch A Few Choice Selections MESSER
BEFORE SELLING your 'tfm"-" Work guaranteed satisfaction ad in The E-R, saying & TIre Co. Associate
or timber land please w* me. W* PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE nice things about local folks Battery
t anM Interested In having ..I.I1lmttf OUR WAY OF SAYING I MRS. MARTHA E. WILUAMSON Secretary-Treasurer
ftmonnt of tne-hardwoo J since 1865.
p delv{ rpd bv *mrk to II II't1nwnnd Phone 9481 Quttman, Ga. y -
FnTey. Ft*.. or load*! on R R cars. Buddy Tillman Charles Rogers r-
See writ or cult / S.
Rt. '3. Madison Florid I;SELL; your cattle and hogs in our .
' PhnM! Cherrv tA1cp. fl1R.1 auction each Monday/Sales start at .

k FOR RENT: Two bedmom house YARDS 1:00. MONTICELLO Montlcello, Fla. STOCK ; :

newly painted near Metnl. Plant Registered Angus bulls for sale : ; ;

L.Madison.F. KELLEY, Phone HU 26 3-6379-lt-ch at all times.GIRARDIN. IM'READING-'c" ,

FOR SALE: One 3-bedrown houseIn
Lakeside Terrace $l .so down JEWELERS .
and assume morteagp 'cif $"!<; VT '

__month BY_. Realtor.BROADUS HU 36481.t WII.LOUGH- SILVER, CHINA For, CRYSTAL ADS IN THE yM a : :. '

FOR RENT: The R *Mickler store DIAMONDS, JEWELRY ,' .
bulldln' on South Ranee street EXPERT REPAIRING
4 Avri1M\ now R C DICKINSON

HU 3-2517 24-tt-d1 1 .. -" .-. ,

FOR RENT Unfurnished apart-
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rnprt. wUh fcf>t water heater, W, .,'- ', ',. ,
P SERVICE ... ,.
C: COPELAND .SRHU ?-2'41.1 .- <
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FOR RJsVT* TurrvVwvlrfwri ** !.e In VALDOSTA, GA.- --. .1'" ...."' .r fc'::' ,
LaUeside. HOWARD STimsTTLL. *"::-1'i" .. ,
303 No. Patterson ,
office nhone HU 3-6106: wldcne .'l '" .. "
Nil 3-W"..'\0. ?fttfchFOR "!: ,
RENT: Un'llmtl"ed!! Nrn'ee. ,
Call Pr A P EDGERLEY. J. D. ScruggsFORESTER ; .
im 3-6128 "

Ph. HU 3.6186MADISON A
Wanted'I : .:
FLA. : '
IN ,
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potlc p" /
SAW TIMBER For your grinding and mix ... ," S
I will buy in bulk Qr on ,i5lec basisc.e ing on your farm,' call WEST .. I \
tt.. R.fnw You c"11 END MILLING COMPANY, .

Hnxford Pdpwood Co. Quitman, Ga. Call phone 4971

Phone Madl! >n HU 3-C672 I '
or Write* .

---- 1960 1 '

Hve vour HELP own WANTED Business. Families Registered SanreyorPhone f

HU 3-
In Madison' are your.L.Customers.Over ; \.; ..
200 Household Necessities. MADISON. FLORIDA ;s,
DEPT. FAB-140-554.<< << Memphis, Greenville High School basket- \ '
SS-St-pd. .
Tenn. ball team won an easy victory .
WANTED: Will pay cub for Rood over Jasper last Friday night 64 .
used piano. Write BOX 141 25-It-pd Madison to 24, with Luther Pickles of To Keep Up Writ All '.

Florida. Greenville high scorer In the game .
Shelled or snapped with 23 points. Jasper girls won .
WANTED: Those Adverts Bargains! f ,
corn SAMPALA LAKE FARM the preliminary 34 to 25. .
Phone HU 3-S860/1tfad1sOD- The same Night Madison IT ,
23-3t-ch .
triumphed over Monticello, S3 to $2. .\
of 8 hog Owner / .
Y Have possession W It Mrs R V Dial visited her-daughter. .
Identify and pay
Rt. 1. GreenvUta. !Mrs J Meek Clark, in Jacksonville
pd'over the weekend -. ==== .-_ ::c .
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Drive Carefully And Protect Our Children

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:'A preaching service every SundayWE 118 N. Orange St. Phone HU 3-6355 7oto OS b ,

preaching every
:3st and 3rd'Sundays 11:00 a. m. Bible Study: Wednesday 730 P. M.
7:30 morning Service Meeting: Friday 7:00 P. M C.666Caitdihtesw.
2nd and 4th Sundays p.m.
School each 1st and 3rd Sundays 10:00 a. m.: Ministry School: Friday 8:00 P. M.
2nd and 4th Sundays 11:00 a. m.: Watchtower Bible Study
Sunday at 10:00 L m.
Prayer Service each Sunday School every Sunday. Sunday 7:00 P. 1L

Wednesday 8:00 p. m. 1st and 3rd Sundays 11:00 L m. Kingdom Seekers Welcome.No .

Family Night covered I 2nd and 4th Sunday 10:00 a, m. Collection Taken.
Family Night Covered Dish Supper
dish supper. Friday ,
730: Friday night after second Sunday f. '- .
before 1st Sunday p. In.oman' Candidates-Strew your name :
month promptly at 7:00 p. m.Woman' A 'NGS -
Society of every all around the county with E-R ,
Christian Service Society of Christian Service

meets Thursday after meets on Monday night after campaign cards, posters, cir 1 rouGH

1st Sunday 8:00 p. m. third Sunday at 7:30 p. m. culars. Be sure to say something .

Methodist Men' dub meets The Methodist Men's Club meets nice about yourself, even
alternately with Rocky after alternately with Cherry Lake on if no one else will. 4
I Springs Tuesday Tuesday after the 4th Sunday .
4th Sunday' 8:00 p. m.
8.00 43
Official Board meets 1st Wednesday p. SUNDAY PROGRAM SCHEDULE /
The Official Board meets each
each even numbered month W M A F

after prayeservice.. month following the supper on 1:30 A. M. Gospel Music "CANDIDATES and BUSINESSMEN, whether you're I
Family Night.P.
Commission on Education meets 1:55 News

:2n Wednesday each odd numbered K. ROWELL, S. S. Supt. 8:00 Baptist Boar hunting: votes or business, you'll find The E-R will deliver

Jnonth after prayer service MRS. W. W. CATLEDGE, Treas. 8:30 Gospel Musk "
JAMES SHEFFIELD, S. S. Supt. C. B. DAVIS, PASTOR I 9:00 Revival Time your pitch very effectively for low cost. t

THOMAS SURLES. HARRY M. 9:30 Gospel Concert "
COCHRAN Asst's. Lee Methodist Charge 10:00 News DIAL HU 3-6361. __

C. B. DAVIS, Pastor; REV. E W McDOUGAL. Pastor: 10OS Sunday Serenade

LEE METHODIST CHURCH 10:45 Prelude to Worship
FIRST BAPTIST CHURciI Preaching Every Sunday. 11:00 Morning Worship '

GREENVILLE, FLA. 1st and 3rd Sundays 12:00 News WE BUY

Sunday School .._._ 10:00 A. M. _____ 11:00 a. m. aM 7:00 p. m. 12:16 AftenooD Melodies Give the Voters your Sales PitchIn
Horning Worship ......- 11:00 A. M. Sunday School Every 12SS News an Inexpensive E-R ad. Don't '

Baptist Training Course 6:45 P. M. Sunday,...,._.._..... 10:00 a. m. 1:00 Afternoon Melodies end up la the bottom spot on election Pine Timber-Pulpwood Poles Sawlogs I

Evening Worship ..._... 7:30 P. M. Methodist Youth Fellowship 1:30 e ternoon teIOdJea night! Call The E-R today ,

Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30 P. M. _, ..........M......r..e., .,.. 6:00 p. m 1:4-0 Serenade In Blue and say. Write an Ad for me,
I BOB SEARCY.: Sunday School Supt. 1:55 News will yuht T. M. HOWERTON, JR. .
2:00 Hour of Decision 's. DUVAL ST.. PH. HU 3-6631 MADISON. FLA.
Services First
Preaching every Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays 2:30 Musical Sunday AUDREY NEWMAN CIRCLE
and Third Sunday 11:00 A. M. 11:30 am and 730 pm 2SS 1't'P TIMBER PURCHASED IN BULK OR SELECTIVELYCUT
and 7:00 P M.
Sunday School every Sunday 3:00 Musical Sunday Mrs A G Herring & Mrs Bill Wlm ,
Sunday School every Sunday 10:30 am 3:55 dews berly were hostesses to the Audrey
e 10:30 A. M.
Family Night Saturday, before PINE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH 4:00 iI1t Panda Newman Circle Monday evening at FORESTRY CONSULTANTS-TIMBER MARKETING
435 New Mrs Herring's home. Miss Alice PROPERTIES
Every second Sunday 6:00: P. M. -
:5:00 Music At Sundown Sims conducted the business, when
REV. C. M. SAPPINGTON, Pastor Preaching every Sunday I
5:30 Heady Weather plans were made for March church I
HOPEWELL BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10:00 A. M. &:33 Sign au I I activities. Mrs Dale M Leslie gavea I.

Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Morning Worship __ 11:00 A. UL PROGRAMS. SUBJECT TO i lesson from the Spring mission .; \ ryS

Horning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M. Sunday Evening BTU 6:30 P. M CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE study on Africa. '
Evening Services .. 730 P. M.
vu.t At the social hour Mrs Herring
Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M.

Evening Worship .._... 7:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting Wedrsday Daily Program Schedule was presented with a beautiful .
Evening ...__ 7:00 P. M
Midweek Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. lamp by the Circle members for !it'. PHOTOS FOR CANDIDATES ;
Brotherhood last Thursdayof W B SEALS, S S Superintendent WMAP 1230 ON YOUR DIAL her remodeled and redecoratedhome Whether you're running for dogcatcher 1. \

each month at ........ 7:30 P. M ;J ARTHUR CRUCE. Training Union 'w:oo A.1t' Sip On as a house-warming gift. Hot > constable or Governor ,
WMU every second and fourth Director.ERNEST 6:02 Fig Farm Hr. chocolate sandwiches and small you'll need plenty of photographsof 1

Tuesday, 7:30 pm. GURR, Minister 625 n World & State Newt cakes were served. yourself. :
V. L. SINGLETARY S. S. Supt. .6.30 \ Fla. Farm Hoar I You'll find the famous E-R NO- I

JIMMY LAMB, B. T. U. Director WELCOME TO 6:45 : Rudy Hamrick COUNTY COURT FHOOL PHOTOS perfect for every ,
REV. LEWIS D. : ; occasion.:
6:55 *w World News Nis J B Dkk.kspeeding. $25 or thirfdais ? ORDINARY MUG SHOTS $2.00 ACANDIDATE'S
WELCOME TO Come Worship With Us 7:00State New SPECIAL 1

MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School __ 10.OO A. M. 7:05 Coffee With Ray Harry Lee Singlctary, drunken PHOTOS _._.........__ '$3.00 ;,. : t
Sunday School ..._... 10:00 A. M. Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. 7:45 World News ness $25, or thirty days. (This $3.00-deal) makes you look '
....._ A. M. Baptist Training Union 6:30 P. M.Evening 7:50 State News \
Morning: Worship 11:00
years younger brings out your
Worship 7:30 P. M.Midweek
Training Union ..........- 6:30 P. M.Evening 725 Weather News* human warmth and affection for all- .
Worship w..._ 7:30 P. M. Prayer Service 7:30 P. M. 8:00 Offee wit Ray IN THE E-R voters before the election and .,

Prayer Meeting ................ 730 P. M. Brotherhood 4th Friday 7:30 P. M. 9:00 Morning evoUons hints at a trace of statesmanship. \
Jack Pickles ...._. S. S. Supt. 9:15 Musical Interlude BOOKMOBILE SCHEDULE FOR
Church Business Meeting First It costs slightly more than the
Sim Andrews B. T. U. Director "9:30 !Music Unlimited FEBRUARY AND MARCH IN "-
! Wednesday night of each month. <_ $2.00 package but well worth It). -
Brotherhood and W.MU.! Second I ELDRIDGE.. LYONS. Pastor 10:00 News MADISON COUNTY t, Remember Candidates. In the 'S;/

i Thursday night ot' each month. I CHERRY LAKE BAPTIST 10:05 Music UnllisHed 1060, election, put your BEST FACE ''
10:30 T Music Unlimited "
Preaching Services Every Sunday CHURCH FORWARD with famous E-R 1
Come Worship With Us. I 11:00 Music Unlimited February 4. February 18, March 3, NO-PHOOL FOTO. ...
11:15. Public Sendee March 17, March 31 ,
: Preaching Services -Sunday *
I every 1120 Record Session Hanson 10:00-10:45 Dial HU 3-6361. TIlE ENTERPRISE :'
I Morning Service 11:00 A. M. "" '.. RECORDE since 1865. ""';
LEE BAPTIST CHURCH 12:00 "v World News Pinetta School = "toJO.125,1lrs ,
REV. I. T. CARTEL, PastorServices Evening Service 7:30 P. M 12:15 PJL Noontime Notes Martha Johnson. Librarian '. and say. -GIMME A CANDIDATES '
I Sunday School every Sunday at SPECIAL FOTO WANT TO WIN
every Sunday 12:30 Talk Of The Town Pinetta Post Office: 1:001:45Cherry
10:00 A. M. "
-Sunday School........... 10:00 A. M.I 12:40 ,. Uncle Ned Lake School-10:15-11:30 TIlE ELECTION.
BTU 6:15 P. M. .
Every Sunday at
_._.. 12:45<< State '
Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. : News Pinetta, Quitman Crossroad -
Training Union .___.. 7:00 P. M. Meeting every Wednesday 12:50 Farm News 1155-12:00 "
at 7:30 P. M.Brotherhood .
J'enlngVorshlp __ 8:00 P. M.Ptyer J:55Veather News Greenville School-1:15-3:15 '. .

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' 2:00 Gospel Time February 11, February 25 March
CHURCH. 2:30 Public Service 1CX March 24 .
r .mv. JACK LAMB PastoraL MADISON CHURCH OF CHRIST 2:45 Afternoon Melodies St Regis Nurseries-11:20-11-45 Y. .'"

,.R. Sapp Chairman Board of 701 South Rang 255 World & State News Lee School-12:00-3:00 l\-; ii .
3:00'. Afternoon Melodies Mrs Martha Johnson. Librarian -."" .
'' :Deacons. Sunday Bible Study _. 10:00 A. M: \; 7"
iWly Bailey ....__ B.T.U Director Lord's Supper and 3:45<< >: Public Service Lee Post Office, -3:05-3:30 ,.t;

IJ roy Cruse ....... Associate Director Edification ___ 11:00 A. M. 4.00 News February 12. February 26, March 'i 'Yf/I

Lo4fty Cruse __... S. S. Supt. Sunday Evening Service 7:30 P. M. 4:05. Request Parade 1L March, 2S 1 1 .: :*
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Sunday School........ 10:00 A. M. ':45 Sports Highlights Elizabeth Howell Librarian
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Morning. Worship .... 11:00 A. M.
'+alning Union ___ 7:00 P. M. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 6:15 Twilight Tunes . ,
Evening Worship ..._ 8:00 P. M Services every first and third 655 News .
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