Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Lawtey Council Adopts Measure
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,a p Recreation Lawson
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five-man recreation board program is patterned directly

was created for Lawtey Mon- after the one adopted by the

day night :by the town councilat Starke city council for the

its regular meeting.A Starke program. Starke Rec- In Run Off
x petition to institute a rec creation Director Buddy Elliott

reation program in Lawtey was and (Board Member: Fred Snell

made to the council by the have agreed to serve as consultants 5 .

x Lawtey Junior High School L to the Lawtey board. Starke businessmen George W. Roberts Jr. and

Parent-Teachers Association. Funds for the program will Ewell Lawson moved into the run-off for County Com-
Speaking for the group Prin be derived from county --
money a missioner, District 2, on the basis of returns fromTuesday's
cipal Connie Clark told the'alotted Lawtey each year fore first
council that the "board will b recreation and from funds .i primary.

CHARRED SKELETON- all that's left of light the machinery to put into your raised by the city, Clark told Roberts led Lawson by 355 votes, with 50 per cent

plane] that carried Charles Kirkland and companion to i iP community a recreation program the council. The council will x of the county's 5,390 registered voters visiting the

their deaths in Tarpon Springs last Sunday morning. which will function prop make the recreation programan polls in a mild, off-year election.The .

Kirkland was taking flying lessons from instructor- erly and stress high moral integral part of its yearly count was: Roberts, 1052; .count being 1293 to 1122.

pilot who crashed with him.Charles standards." A recreation program budget, as does the Starkel Lawson, 697. Two other con- In Congressional races Brad-

was started in the city council .and alot it l tenders-Marklee Starling, and ford County favored incumbents

s several years ago but has notbeen could to the program. The rec- A. B. Whitehead-polled 459 six-to-one, giving Rep. D. R. -

Kirkland active recently. reation board will present an and 375 respectively to come Billy Matthews 2114 votes to

Clark said the Lawtey PTAhad annual budget to the council in third and fourth. 364 for his opponent, Dr. JohnA

met several times to con The incumbent Dist. 2 Com-
V which could be cut if necessary, Marcello. District-wide the -

_ 'sider instituting a recreation Clark said. missioner, Mrs. E. L. Crawford, vote was: Matthews 36,357, Lawson
Plane program in the city, one timeI Roberts was not a candidate for re-Marcello 7,638.

Flaming I with approximately 80 persons election. Voters here were equally W. Carter remained on the

aN7 present. He also said the im- County Votes By Precincts Incumbents Jessie R. Chas-I kind to U. S. Senator GeorgeA. county's favored'' list, gleaning
mediate plans of the board are tain (County Commissioner Smathers, polling 2C67 in 1161 Bradford votes to 516 for

s to set up a baseball league and s.. Dist. 4)) and Dan W. Starling! his behalf, to a combined 327 Charles Carter, 411 for Jim

!, xOutstanding to use the school cafeteria on x 4) x: !''i -.QIII ... (School Board Dist. 1)) retained for his opponents, Roger L. Blanton 84 for Jim Fair, and

Crash VictimCharles Saturday nights for parlor t' :3 a ii!;; '" :5 their seats by narrow margins; Davis and Douglas R. Voor- 49 for George Onett. Statewide

games such as checkers, ping ; f1.2 ] 5 5Q C w Fa in the face of strong opposition. hees. however, Carter failed to scorea

pong, etc. No dancing would !be .3 i u3 = h Z Ci q g Mrs. Chastain led her oppon-I In State races, Bradford first primary victory and will

i f allowed and only grades 7, 8, J ent, J. A. (R. G.) Griffis byj County helped give incumbent be in the run-off with Blanton.
and 9 would be invited at first. ei al .x b ri r: o0 4 H 280 votes, with the final Railroad Commissioner Wilbur The second primary ballot for
D. Kirkland, 24, top-rating University of Student Members of the recreation
including absentees, 1414 first May 29 in Bradford County
j being King a primary victory
Florida architecture student and multiple winner of board, appointed by MayorCharles County Comm. will be a short one with only

Fisher Body Craftsman Guild awards, was instantly College in Tennessee, Kirkland I 1 R. Shuford and approved District Two to 1134. awarding him 1387 votes to 407 I two contests on the ticket:

killed Sunday morning when a light plane caught fire entered the University of Flor by the council are James Lawson 28 323 164 16 73 45 14 27 7 697 Starling topped his running- for Bob Johnson, and 363 for County Commissioner Dist 2;

and crashed ida and in his fifth Waters, D. A. Jones, Mrs. mate, Othma (Ossie) Norman Wm. J. Mason. I
at Tarpon Springs during a training flight. was yearin Mary- Roberts 273 408 245 11 33 30 8 22 22 1052 and State Railroad & Public
He the the School of Architecture cile Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. by a slim 171 votes the final Veteran Commissioner Utitlities Commission 2.
was son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kirkland of 412 Starling 63 236 92 7 26 13 6 14 2 459 ; Jerry Group
N. St. Clan 3t. where he ranked at the top of f'Gene Pearson. Board members -
Starke. : Whitehead 50 162 72 15 17 16 16 23 4 375
--- his His are to five To Convene
class. serve
Also killed in the crash was most recent ac year Monday Register Offered
Elbert W. Palmer Jr., 32, of coming from a northwesterly complishment was winning a, terms with one new member, County Comm.

I Largo, who piloted the plane direction. "At first it was trip for two to the Bahama, coming in each year. District Four

while giving instruction to weaving and I thought it was Islands for scoring top gradeon The ordinance creating the! Chastain 135 638 358 14 114 59 19 57 20 1414 22 Case Circuit Court Docket Coaching oPanama

Kirkland. doing stunts. Then I saw the a School of Architecture 220 480 219 36 53 51 25 34 16 1134

{ The blazing aircraft came to dames under the plane and i project for design of a Bahaman School BoardDistrict frt CityBHS
_ earth on the banks of the An- then at the tail. When it crash- village. Since the trip had not Croft Driggers One Headed Gill
e been taken the school is considering By Murder TrialThe football coach and
I dote River. Just 24 feet from ed, it was all ablaze this Norman 143 484 260 ,,27 79 53 25 39 12 1122

the corner of a house. The I witness said.Palmer' using the prize moneyto Starling 249 561 269 18 73 46 18 36 23 1293 athletic director Lennard
1 P pilot was apparently trying to! was said to be an ex- establish some kind of memorial Win% In Union first degree Register has been offered a

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land in the water. perienced pilot who had held a to the memory of Kirkland u position as head grid coach
x trial 01
wiiuam Thomas
Both men are ,believed to commercial license since 1954. l his parents have been in- Gill Mack, was shot once in the at.Bay County.High School ,
a.ht cS Jrr ,25, of Starke heads the -
i + arm with a..S8 caliber
formed. &i' City telegraph
have died instantly. Their He was also a qualified instructor 'Beat Panama
Incumbents v A list of 22
his cases scheduled to pistol on the afternoon of "
said. Besides parents Kirklandis learned this week. .
I, bodies were badly burned and ,, it was, 't' 'l" be heard in the Spring Termof
April 1. The shooting took
identification was made from Native of Starke survived by his wife, JoAnn Register and Gainesville
14 f charred wallets found at the Kirkland was born in Starkeon Newton Kirkland, with whomhe Union County Commissioner ,. : .t!I Bradford County Circuit place at Meyers' place of bus High Coach Jim Niblack had
Court which
IE scene. A stopped watch, found April 13, 1938 and graduated resided in Flavet Village at P. H. Brown and M } convenes Mon- iness. He is free under $5,000 been rumored candidates for
School ? ry : day, May 14. bond.
in the wreckage, indicated that from Bradford High Schoolin the university; three brothers, Board member x ar VV w the Job but Niblack announced -
Donald Dukes .6 f, -.' : Gill was indicted Friday, Also listed on the docket is
Lonzo is "
T. Kirkland who at-
the 65-horse 1956, He started on his uni- V V yesterday that he
power Taylorcraft were defeated In Tuesday pri M1L ;< VV April 27, by a Bradford County the
forgery case of Carolyn
que record as a winner of Fisher tending Lee College, Tennessee; V will stay at GHS.
crashed at 11:34 m. The .
1 4 a. mary according to unofficial < ,!> grand jury in the shotgunslaying Tison, Starke Negress, charged -
David T. and Glenn R. Kirk- ,
Body Craftsman Guild a- ', ', Should Register leave
plane was owned by William returns. ,
wards (for car-of-the-future designs land, both of Starke; and a sister of 17-year-old Linda with the theft of federal Starke assistant football and
E. Newton of Largo, KIrkland's Wilford Croft beat Brownby 1 Hopkins of Starke. He is still
) in 1953 when he won sec- Barbara Ann Kirkland, '-" 1 welfare checks from the mailbox track coach David Hurse will
brother-in-law_ a vote of 752-485 in the .- being held in Bradford Coun- of
Leonard Jones operations ond place in the state. He continued Starke. Dist. 4 another Negro woman. be directly in line for the top
Funeral services held Commission race. ty Jail without bond. The According to Deputy Sheriff
were at S
his streak
of the Clearwater winning ,
manager 11 a.m. Tuesday in the Churchof Donald Driggers defeated r grand Jury heard testimony Dolph Reddish one check was spot.Register's
through taking several Tornado football
Flying Co. said that Palmer and Dukes
Kirkland had taken the planeup firsts'in the state, as well as God, Starke, of which he wasa School 647-588 in the Dist 1 ? behind closed doors for 2% stolen in September and the teams have won five consecu-
regional firsts, and in 1959 he .member. Officiating were race. hours before returning a true other in October of 1961. tive Conference
for a practice spin at 11 A Keystone
between incumb-
p was awarded an additional Rev. L. S. Williams, pastor, and Former bill indicting Gill for the Other cases listed on the championships hold 21
A a.m. The plane had been kept ent Sidney Todd'and Starke e con-
Rev. Donald Pemberton of man murder of the girl who appar- docket are: escape 2; forgery
$1,000 scholarship in design.
secutive victories and have
at Clearwater for
Airpark Gainesville. Clyatt is. slated in the Dist. ;3 ently spurned his love. 4; non-support 4; breakingand
about six weeks, Jones said. After one semester: at Lee School Board gone 28 games without a defeat -

L Mrs. Frank Heinen who was Burial was in the Kingsley 586 votes, Clyatt race.454.Todd and had H. Millard M. Jon J Ian Mack Assistant Futch State of Starke Attorney has 1 entering, 3; receiving 1 stole He was voted Coach of
Lake Cemetery under the dir- Appointed n property, ; passing
standing in her yard Just SO P. Ellixson 208. the Year in the area in 1960
said that plans are to holdGill's
worthless checks 1 resistingan
feet from where the planecrashed ection of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Above ; when his Tornadoes shook off
Berry Season figures do not include trial during the spring officer with intent to harm
told a St. Petersburg, Home. an opening game ties at the
I Times correspondent: "I heard I absentee ballots. Marshal Of Law vtey' By Councilis term of court but that pos- his person, 1, possession of hands of Macclenny and rol-
With V sible technical problems might
Closing I moonshine and moonshine apparatus -
what I thought was a helicopter led to nine wins during the
delay it for weeks or even 1 and of au-
and looked to see a plane In ; larceny season and then whipped Mac-
up $290,000 Gross Tourney Play A former Starke policeman j[ attempting to get passed if months. The spring term of tomobile 1.Insanity.
apparently out of control anon d clenny in a post-season contest
Millard M. Jordan, shown above ]no[ legal problems appear, before circuit court is technically in
fire. It crashed. and burst
_ being sworn in by Mayor Charles I the session until the fall term
next election this December
into flames and I ran into the beI Plea Last season, after losing
R. Shuford, was I gins in November Futch .
Indications were the past BHS appointed containing rules and
house and called the fire de Baseballers2nd many key players and facing a
marshal of Lawtey by the town I regulations for the marshal to Another case high on the
few days that this
partment. :year'sstrawberry Entered OnGill's mountainous rebuilding BUS
council Monday night. J follow. Any candidate for marshal list I B the manslaughter
Another witness was a 15- went through 11 straight
_ season was comingto
Acting upon the advice of ; would have to sign an charge against Burnell Dyal,
year-old girl who was standing victories in a perfect campaign -
an end soon although prices their attorney, the firm of i agreement to follow the rules 23, of Starke, now serving BehalfA
_I on a dock on the other side of the first in theschool's
had held fairly firm ConferenceC Thomas and Pierce of Starke, J set forth by the council as partof concurrent sentences of six
the river history.
and saw the plane
1 i through Tuesday. For the the Lawtey council suspended I[ his qualification procedure. months to two years and six plea of not guilty by rea-
former Marshal Sumpter Harley has months to five in the
-V without the years
1 week
I ending Tuesday 2,622 son of insanity was enteredon
Charles Francis' one out. for the duration of his term !services of a marshal since State Prison at Raiford for X-Ray UnitSchedule
flats brought $7,909.90 for behalf of William Thomas
National an here-to-fore mediocre diamond Freshman hurler Mark which would have ended next J March 30 when Harley was moonshine convictions. H e
Gill, Jr. in answer to the
_ average of $$3.01 per flat, at squad suddenly came to life in Hamilton relieved Terrell and January 1. The council then, J handed a 30-day suspension was sent to Raiford on March charge of first degree murderof

Hospital WeekThe the Starke market.Tuesday's Green Cove Saturday and pitched: two hit ball the final upon the recommendation of j from the office after his arrest 28 after'pleading guilty to the Linda Hopkins, by his attorney -
I total for the sea- nailed down the runner-up 2 2-3 innings. Griffin turnedin Mayor Shuford appointed Jordan 1 by t the State Highway Patrolon two charges. Sigsbee Scruggs of Schedule for the Mobile x-

week of May 6-12 has son reached $284,783.79 on spot in the Keystone Con- an outstanding performanceon from a field of several c a DWI charge: He was ar- Dyal is charged with man- Gainesville, in Circuit Court ray unit ,to furnish free chest

_ been declared National: Hospital 81,358 flats for an average of ference. the mound against the applicants to fill the unexpiredterm. raigned Apr. 23 before County slaughter in the death of here last Friday.A x-rays in, the coming week is:

I $3.50. Last season's, total After holding their oppon- Tornadoes striking out 15 The appointment was togo j Judge T. A. Yawn pleaded Jeanette Wilkerson 24 ol delay of ten days was Friday May 11 Starke -

Week and the people of reached only $168,614.35. The ents scoreless for 12 consecu- while allowing only three hits, into effect immediately and J guilty to the charge, and was Gainesville who was killed asked by Attorney Scruggs to Florida Bank, 10 a. m. to 1 p.

: Bradford County wish tosalute average then was $3.15 on 1 I tive innings of tournament the no runs and two walks, Starling Jordan went to work Tuesday !sentenced to pay ?500 fine or when a car driven by the defendant allow Gill to undergo psych- m. and 2-6 p. m.

the hospitals In ,the 53,402 flats. Tornadoes' defense collapsedin Terrell and Kelly hadStarke's morning.The serve six months in jail. His overturned near atric examination in an effort Saturday, May 12: Lincoln

,county,and the entire personnel This year's gross as of Tuesday I I the fifth inning of the final I three hits. 23-year-old marshall wasa c driver's: license was also revoked Brooker March 18. Dyal ran to determine the type of City [near school 10 a. m. to
I. game against Fernandina P. K. YONGE GAME Starke policeman for two c for one year. off the road going around a noon and Reno [near BanyBatten'
connected with the hospitals already over 70 per cent insanity to which Gin should
than last Beach and the Pirates slipped : years until he resigned last Since that time Harley has ,curve near the Brocket city Store), 2-6 p. m.
greater has Bradford granted -
for the medical serve season High eliminated plead. The request was
across eight runs on junior I September. He came to Brad- disappeared and limits driving at an estimated Monday Mar Hi: Florida
Judge Yawn
and a new post-war: P. K. Yonge's Blue Wave 2-0 by Judge John A. H- Mur-
attention they render Bill Jackson's two hit pitching i ford County in 1957 has been speed of 85 miles hour Development Commission 12p.
i record. Also it has come from 1 from the tourney in a semifinal has issued a capias for his re- per phree of Gainesville who pre-
to the residents of ourcounty. performance and a tight de- married for five years to the I according to Bradford County m.; Theressa. Brinson'sStore.
considerably smaller acreage contest Saturday morning '!arrest but Sheriff P. D. Reddish sided.
2- former Barbara Jean Thompson 3-4:30 p. m., and Speed
fense to down P. K. Yonge Deputy Sheriff Willard Wil- I
estimated at 150
only acres 0. behind the two hit pitchingof of Starke and has three daughters said his office has beenunable liams. The 1956 Oldsmobile The 25-year-old defendant, Sub-division Barton's Store
in Bradford county. Plantings Jackson. The junior who aged 3, 2 and 1. who has been held without t ,
In semi-final play also Fer- 1 to serve the paper because traveled 304 feet after leaving 5:30-7: p. nipTuesday
of 1,200 to 1,500
acres were looked as if he had finally bond in Bradford County jail
DON'T FORGET in nandina had beaten Live Oak Apparently speaking of form Barley's whereabouts are I the road before stopping. The : I May 15: HeUbronn
common pre-war years. gotten into form fanned 10 marshal since the slaying Aprii I
16-5 Saturday afternoon. er Harley one member I vehicle rolled over twice on its Springs Reddish's Store 10 a.
FREE CHEST, X-RAYS Increased use of plastic Play in the final contest while allowing, only two free of the council remarked that unknown. side and end-over-end once 15th, appeared serious but not m. to noon: Big Dad Mfg.. Co.,

,THROUGH MAY 11 mulch has been credited by: between the Tornadoes and passes. i "the former marshal toed the before landing on its top disturbed as he stood to the 1-3 pm.., and Thomas Lumber -

growers who have used it to Pirates was air-tight going The Tornadoes got right line while under appointment, New QuartersFor headed in the opposite direction charge. He maintained a silence Company 4-5:30: p. m.
I contributing to bumper: per down to work but when elected which has been unbroken .
into the fifth inning with the Saturday morn he started Draft to which it was traveling, Wednesday May 16; Intersection
acre yields. score standing at 0-0 when ing in the first inning as telling us what to do." Board Williams said. since his arrest. Attorney of S. R. 125 and Willie

i The year's dollar ,total places BHS catcher Marty Starling Chuck Moore singled before *"I'm in favor of Jordan's appointment Selective The docket also includes a Scruggs answered for him. Reddish Road noon to :2 I Ip.

This Space Contributed i strawberries ahead of tobacco dropped a third strike and Jackson and Terrell hit fly but ni: never be as Service Local charge of assault with intent t Gill Is accused of firing two m. and Lawtey, Robert's

i as the principal crop in the hitter was safe at first. balls. Catcher Marty Starling lenient as I have been in the Board 18, serving Bradford to commit murder against a buckshot charges Into the ab Store 3-7 p. m.

Weekly to Publicize the county. Tobacco of course First baseman Bill Jackson then singled driving in Moore past," Mayor Shuford replied, and Union Counties, will move 46-year-old Lawtey Negro, domen of 17-year-old Linda Thursday May 17: Starke.

Community Events by I is restricted 'allotment.. pulled the old hidden ball who had advanced to secondon "Because for one thing I understand this Friday into its new goer Claude Myers, in the shooting Hopkins after she had apparently Florida Bank 10 a. m. to 1.

Despite the weather which trick and tagged the man out, Jackson's fly to set the I'll have more authority.!' ters at 114 W. Call Street, of another Negro Eugene spurned his love. The I p. m. and 2-6 p. m.
has not been too good beans but pitcher Ken. Terrell was score at 10. Starke also Council members were emphat shooting took place as Linda
i The Community and cucumbers are expectedto on the mound and the move threatened in the third whenshort ic when discussing the appoint next door to Alvarez Store. It Mack 34. in a gambling argu- stood in the driveway of her I .BAKE SALE

bring fairly good prices was called a balk instead and stop Richard Durban ment that there should be no will ..continue to. be open to ment. Mack, Myers and three parent's home. 'I A bake sale will be held Sat

I I when marketing as expected. the man advanced to second. singled and got to second and misunderstanding about follow the public Monday through other Negroes were also charged Both are graduates of Bradford urday starting at 9 a. m. in

4 4I t I State Bank i begins next week, according to From that point the Pirates I third on errors but his team ing the mayor's instructions. Friday according to an an with illegal gambling and County High School and front of Eagle's Store on Call

1 J. R. Wainwright manager of, scored eight runs on five hits mates could produce no hits Shuford was speaking of a nouncement. .by the clerk Myers faces the additional were employed by Jacfcsonvflla ,Adult Street,Class sponsored of the by First the Young Christian

the Starke market.. i two errors while making only [Continued on Page 61 proposed ordinance the council]l Mrs. Rhoda Dampier. charge of operating a gamU- Insurance firma. ; CJwrch.

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Mrs. Eoline Smith Mrs. Ida Miss Jean DuggerIs Baptist Circles .. DCT Students Johnson; two sisters Mrs. E.I-

Mae Shaw, and Miss Delores K. Ferryman Starke; and I
Hardy were in Athens, ,G.a.! Complimented Met Tuesday; : : Give BreakfastFor Mrs. C. F. Sayles Miami; 111

I from Thursday to Monday At Lovely Shower Employers grandchildren and 13 great .rw )
rt visiting Tom Smith at the IJn-' Ldrena: person .Circle of grandchildren. ,
.. ; -
-' : > ,. .the .First Baptist .WMU met
jversity of Georgia and Mr. Miss Jean Dugger was hon Funeral services were held'at
'l f Mrs. Lamar Shaw. Mrs. Fzesdayn1ht. at the home Around 100 BHS studentsand 1
k and ored witha lovely Bridal shower I
; 3:30: m. Monday in the
Mrs. Paul
I Raymond with
MOOTY ,FflWiE96631sP4 Smith also vi.sit friends, in .Friday 7:30 their employers enjoyed I'
.. last .I night, from members attending Ofj j jArj First Methodist Church with. SPEj'fLf
ihe ,breakfast
I. Atlanta.Mr. to' 9 o'clock at the State Farm annual given by Rev. John R. Brabham, pastor -
and Mrs. Frank Hixon for interesting program the DCT Club at the Camp I
Earl Godwin, son of Pfc. Mike Reddish of Fort j Community Club. Hostesses officiating. Burial was in
i Mr. and Mrs. M. 1,. Godwin Bragg N. C. was home far the find children of Savannah I this affair were .srs. &: C;>., way"Teaching to: Indians"the good was and presented right-II Blanding officers club the family plot in Crosby : Ladies

_( ,;returned. .home last, :Thursday weekend. Ga. were weekend guests of Bates, Mrs. J. E. Hitchcock) by Mrs. Kate Sheppard nesday morning. wed-I Lake Cemetery under the direction -

- ; after two years' service in Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cald-- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hixon. ;Mrs. M. W. Shealy Mrs. J. K'j '..Mrs. Raymond: and Mrs. E. B.I! Breakfast was of. DeWitt. C. Jones Summer Dress Shoes

Heflfafoun; 'G rmany. well are visitors this week of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Corbett j i Edwards, Mrs. L. W. Pace Mrs:| Searing.Mrs. 7:30: on the club terrace, overlooking Funeral, Home. *- '
1 Michael and Albert Stefan- Mr. and Mrs J. G. Caldwelland Sr. have had as guests Mr. DeWitt Sinclair Mrs. J. B. Godwin ,! Kingsley Lake aX- I & f ( O fi 8 ,
Raymond served a dessert Pallbearers were nephews of 3OQ $5 -
h I elli Jr. of Jacksonville are family'while enroute .to and Mr.. Joseph Richard Cor- i Mrs. 1 spending Wednesday to Sun- their home in Battle Creek bett .and family of St. Marys' L. J. Swann, Mrs. R. V. Turner. president introduced retiring! : .
period. T. T, ,Long, Allen Long, Wm. BlacS
day with their grandparents Mich. 'after spending he .win Ga. from Wednesday to Saturday -!and: Mrs. J. C. Wallace. BHS principal Hugh B. In- Patent-'Vhite-
'I : Long ,Darby Peek and Dr.
Mr. and Mrs. Steffan- and Mrs. Dewey A. Davis -I and James'' gram and the new principal Heels .
_ Henry ter at Bradenton Beach. Miss Dugger Ethel Biggs Circle met \ Bryant ,S. Carroll.METHODIST All Size '
elli. and children of Black- Thomas will be married Sat-' t tI IT. L. Casey, who made a brief
Mrs. O. J. .Kennedy; Mrs. I Tuesday night at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwil- shear. Ga. ,on Tuesday. afternoon, May: 9, at talk lauding the objectives of1
,Marion. Moyer/and Mrs. P. W. urday } i Mrs. L. O- Hazen with 13 CHURCH Ladies
Ie gar spent several. days last Strickland of Kingsley- Lake Mrs. -arty Green of Tampawas 4:30: o'clock ,in the garden of !I members attending. Mrs. Mildred -I the DCT [Diversified Cooperative '! '

week' avthe Cloisters, Sea Island Mrs. Mary Byrd of'Charlotte. 1\ weekend guest of :Mrs. her parent's home at the State I\ Cuttino presented the i\ Training] program- ] Sunday [Mother's Day] J

Ga. where they were! S. C. and :Mrs. Merle Byrd of ; Miriam Brannen.Mr. Farm. assigned topic assisted. by Certificates of Appreciation1i Church School, 9:45 a. m. Si4ii4'

joined by ,friends 1 from Char- Columbia S. C. spent Tuesday and Mrs. Ted R. Con- Mrs. Bates and Mrs. Seigler I Mrs. James'LewiS.. i were presented to the 38 training :!: Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 'L4 I

1oeNC. :.. _.. ...;. : ':'. at .St. Augustine.. nell were. called to Lake City greeted guests: at the door of Refreshments were served I agencies now participating -,i Snack Supper for Youth 6 p. :
JDr.;.- ,and Mrs. C. .J.: Houptw ,Saturday by the death of the, .reception room and presented : in the program, most of m. : ffYLON
Mr. and .Mrs. Randolph : by Mrs. Hazen and the co-
1 re: in. ;Tampa on Saturday Mrs. ConnelTs brother, Joseph .- .them to the .receiving! : : whom weie represented at the Monday- Methodist Men'sClub 'p :
( Crosby and Mrs. Minnie Car- hostess, Mrs. A. E. McKinney.
md..Suh. l; attending ,th.e. ter'of Maxville were Sunday A. Curtis. Funeral' services line composed of Mrs. Sinclair, l breakfast. I supper in Fellowship Hall : (\ VT&DACRON &: COTTON

I Trustees. u .meeting,' .. ,. of the visitors of Mrs. Effie Johns.Mrs. were held at 2 p. m. Monday Miss .Pugger.. ., Mrs L. .E. Pug-, .1 I 1__ /" If_ __ I Forty-one BHS students are : 6:30 .D. m. [Please note chanee- ii., I Il U- .- --, .
Rorida; :" "''Osteopathic,. Medical I in Wilson & Brannen Funeral ger, and i Mrs. Frank Thomas, LaayPlay \.101Ier now enrolled in the program in time.] Quarterly Conference "-Siie.S2.5Z',
Association : J. P. Rogers, of Jacksonville Home, Lake City. which provides part-time em- : .
.. mother of the bridegroomelecf.The TournamentThe I in the sanctuary 7:30: p. ,
Reddishhaye is spending: this week Mr. and :Mrs. C. S. ;Haddock while -: %L:
Stan, and Tommy : ; ployment carrying on :
ten-foot oval.refreshment m. Dr. J. E. McKinley, the dis-
I :jjeen'gpnfmed! with meas ,with Mr. and :Mrs. Merritt I attended the Haddock fami\y\ taffle was covered with a whitedamask : Starke Ladies Golf Association the regular school schedule. i iI m. Youth Meetings, 6:30: p. 1 $299.1rndLadies
Williams and their house reunion in Kingsland, Ga. on
iesjh|:,past week i cloth pleated to ,the' held its first tourna- '! I m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p.
Mr. guests, Mr. .and _Mrs. W. H. :
Y.'J.Mayo of Sunday.
: Tampa floor with a wide pink ,ribbon ment at the Starke Golf & Services Held I trict superintendent, will pre- ,
I wa.W fn Mrs- W.. R. Ed.- Miner, of Akron.. Ohio.. Elder Guy Andrews will be a garland draped. in. the. front. of. Country Club Tuesday with'! side. J\
war. ( & from Thursday to Sun- Sgt. and Mis. A. W. Chap commissioner .from Suwannee < '
I' A.-.t-.. ; the skirt,and caught the !middle 16 members .participating.The Tuesday WSCS business
and of Fort Ben- General As- I'Monday For
daysITHEItS'S. man family Presbytery to the
I I' 1 "I.ro. and at the sides by large following .were winners and meeting, 10 a. m.
\ DAY CARDS ning, Ga. are spending ten, sembly on May 10 to 15 in I
by pink satin ribbon bows. An artistic -
in the White Elephant tournament -,
J Wednesday Prayer Meet'ing -
days with her parents Mr. Winston Salem, N. C. Mrs. Ritch 79
Ia4nir1 at Bullington's of white
arrangement J/w Bernice : ,
._ t : gross I ,and Bible Study 7:30 p.
I T.I. and Mrs. E. E. Tanner. Mrs. L.
I. ,if.s!. .'l .. Mrs. C. D. Williams, gladioli pink rose buds and Epps 49; runner-up, Virginia m. HOSIERYPair
: Cjidet! Byron Terwillegastudent \, a 'Mrs. ,Pauline Torode was i D. Green Mrs. D. J. Clark, Mrs. pink bachelor buttons .in,a crystal Shannon 50. Low net Nita Mrs.. Isabel Peek Ritch. 7JiI 1! Chancel Choir
I S :.. at'! The" 'Bolles... School I I visiting. friends last"week. in l Henrietta Hunt, and Mrs. Irene ,bowl centered, the tab'e. JJcRae. 36; runners-up Jean I' a lifelong resident of St.arke,1 rehearsal, 7:30: -p. m-
in Jacksonville, was recency\ Charleston r and'. .Isle of Palms. Johns spent Wednesday with with a pink tulle ruffle at th Thomas and Dee. Fogg, tied I' died Sunday at her home here >
promoted 'to rank of cotporal.1 is. c.: relatives in Mayo and Live Oak. base of the bowl. Balancing the with 37.Playing. after an extended illness. !' 59c

JMrs. J!:.C"'Sapp Fas a .medical Mrs. D. M. Heath of Fort Mr. and Mrs Lowell Law- arrangement were. two crystal tournamentwere Mrs. Ritch was born in I Pies Cakes
in the
patient in Bradford: County Lauderdale is visiting her parents son and family of Auburndale candelabras with pink tulle ruffles Starke on Dec 23, 1882 and 2 Pair! t
Gertie McRae Mae
; osp'ita11ram Thursday to I Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp,,. were weekend guests of Mr. and holding pink tapers. Silver Hatcher, Kay Lyon.Sarah To- was the daughter of the lateComer ON ORDER $1 ta

.'Tuesday. I ,this week. Mrs. M. L. Lawson. trays and compotes held pink L. and Harriett Patterson Birthday ;
rode Iva Smith Doris Orr- Weddingand
( Mrs. Bertha Fuller of Tallahassee :: -and white cakes, sandwicnes, I I tin er. Nell Griffin Lillian I Peek, a prominent familyin We carry'Ladies Dresses from size 3 to 52. 3 f

Appliance; '-- Radio i Television/ former Starke resident, nuts and mints. Bishop, Gladys Hobbs Ernes- business church and civic AnniversaryCakes We have more items for Mother-so, SHOPat
is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. T. The puncn table was covered tine. Denmark and Carolyn affairs here for many years. A Specialty many
[i Poplin in Joplin, Mo. and relatives -with a sheer ,white linen over Eaves.: She was a member of the ) BOBBINS' and SAVE! I IROBBINS'

I i in Jay Okla. for a month! pink cloth and was centered First: Methodist Church, and Mrs. Maude
Luncheon was provided bya
SERVICE AT ITS BEST Mr. and Mrs. Don McA on with a crystal punch bowl. :Mrs.I special committee. active in its program until ill "The STORE >

I j and daughter of Jacksonville Godwin presided $at #ie punchbowl health caused her confinement LAPPE

I. .'J. ..i >> |were Sunday guests of Mr. and which was surrounded by -. of VALUES"

Trained Experts In Each Dept. |Mrs. Harry Green. a garland of green fern pink Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Bollingerof Mrs. Ritch is survivel by I' 271 S. Orange:: St.

i Mr. and :Mrs. Homer Ba: gel: ribbon, and tulle, and inter Delphos, Ohio are spending her husband, James H. Ritch ,,- ---u -

of Lake Worth are spendingfrom spersed with pink corn flowers.. several: weeks with their son Srthree; daughters, Mrs.\I-
FOR QUICK I day's Wednesday to Monday Gifts were displayed ,in the and family, Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Harriett R i c h ar d e, State I

; ,DEPENDABLESERVICE. I with Rev. and Mrs. Bob Bad-!dining room of the club house Bollinger.Sen.\ Farm; Mrs. Eloise Durden,
I where the mantel of the large Jacksonville Beach: and Mrs. : :
I Mrs. Johns
; : I i gett.Mr. ,and Charley
Home I and Mrs. :Mack Futch,stone fireplace was banked returned Friday from a ten- Dorothy Johns, Starke: one
: TALL spent the weekeml at DaytomBeagh. with magnolia boughs and cen- day business'and pleasure' trip son, J. Hamilton Ritch Jr. of

mm ,! tered with an arrangement of m Glenville, N. C. I RememberMother
964.7511 I I ; Attending the training clinic! magnolia blossoms flank?J by '
Judge and Mrs. G. L. Pat
. Appliances ;of the Presbyterian Bible School pink; tapers ,in crystal l |iold lS. .
ten are attending the Judgu.; .
!in Gainesville' on Tuesday were; The guest book table, attended -
r Conference in SarasoU from. FloridaTheatr'i' i iOn
t. AUTHORIZED, DEALERS FOR Mrs. W, T, Jackson, Mrs. Guy by :Mrs. Turner, was covered Wednesday to Saturday.
I with an embroidered white linen
Andrews, Mrs. Ray Hodge $
Jr., Mrs.: cloth and held a silver Misses Jean Mundy, Linda ; i
: Maytag .- Frigidaire .- Zenith ,I Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf candle : Her !
; Bob Paterson, Mrs. Tom Casey, holder with a pink taper; Kay Sale and Mary Katherine Day :

GOOD USED_ WASHERS. $50.00 AND UP "Mrs. Walton Grady, and Mrs. T. and a pink tulle ruffle with a. Wainwright, of FSU ,...ill'be '
pink rosebud in the center. home for Mother's Day week
i jr_ ... # alA.I J Yawn. Placed art ''points of interest end. :, .. : ', L_.., .., 1 .: SUNDAY, MAY 13
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;throughout the club were .exquisite Rev. and :Mrs. Eraesto Vas- "
.,. ,
'r : arrangements of white seur and family of New. yok q ,
1 SUGGESTIONSFOR I gladioli, ,Quenn\ Ann's lace and City spent several days last DOUBLE FEATURE Whitman

i pink rose Juds.Approximately. week with Rev. and Mrs.' Lui.. Friday Thru Tuesday ,,,..;.; '.4.
I 100 guests Diaz de Arce.Revival .MAY11-15

j called during the appointed. Pangburn'sHollingsworth

1 : hours.Among the guests were the Services GiRj- meets Boy.. ; # : .

,INC."YourJrkndly honoree's maternal grandmother -Start Sunday At &ith'7moocts) I

Mrs. J. R. Rye of :Mac-

Store" ] / clenny and paternal; grandmother -'Johnstown 'BaptistRevival WatDiy'v .1

Mother''s uay ., :Mrs. Effie Johns of Mac- ,

clenny. services will start .

1 Monday. May 14, and continue I .'. : \...,j.-'-'. ,:.' ..- Delicious Boxed Candies $1.75 and up
z i i each night through Sunday > I -
I Capt. and Mrs. Vernon Glenn '
May 20, at the
:'. .:. :/ '. :' DRESSES and two children iri visiting .Baptist Church on SR 121 ST. REGIS
I parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. '
midway between Lake Butler '
: Cottons In ,A F. Glenn, for a ciontn ;after and Raiford. All services begin flAIR 'kDRYER
.. ': Lovely Summer three ;years tour of duty in at 7:30: p. m. $$395
I r Fabulous Aray Of Styles France. They are also visiting! : i- '
Rev. Charles Crummey, pastor b '
;' ,Com. and Mrs. Fred Glenn at .
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Kingsley Lake.
After a month'svacation '
Perfect For Yourself Too! vard Baptist Church, Jacksonville i
: they will jjo to Knoxville : Handy Hannah Deluxe in case $24.88 '
tr' -. Choose From Many Different Tenn. will be the j
,Mr. and Mrs. Frank Her' A special day is pianned for
) S Prints And Solids In Wonderful .mg Vibrator-Massager $ | f88
; of Saluda, S. C. spent the weekend Sunday. May 13 [Mother's'Dayl 'S.1M
.-, Colors. with .:Mr. and Mrs. W. F. with 'a basket lunch %Pj14 flW "_ ..
j\q Sizes 10 to 20 5 to 15 Herlong and Dr. and Mrs. ,H. served after the morning ser COLOGNE By ,

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'! 10,. 1962

Miss Middleton I! Wesleyan Guilds
Coffee Given. Stork Shower I Ii 1 WSCS.

i Reelected Head t tI For Miss'- Johns, For Mrs. CogdiRMrs. Combine And Elect Mrs. M. W. Cressler was presented -
I with a Life Member-
Of UDC ChapterMiss Bride-Elect i New Officers
yrb. I June ship pin, and Evelyn Sinclairwas
Joseph Roup Mrs. Bob
given a Junior Member-

GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-O$51 re-elected Madge president: Middelton of the was W. j I Miss Markleyann Johns ; Lewis, and Mrs. Henry stefan- I Wesleyan Service Guilds, ship certificate.
whose marriage to Rex Brown ;: elli entertained at a lovely I
; Units One and Two of the
T. Weeks' i
Chapter, U. D. C., !
I I. will be an event of June 15. : stork shower at the home of ,
at a meeting held Wednesday was honored at a beautiful the latter last Saturday evening j First Methodist WSCS, who : Beta Sigma Phi

afternoon of last week. l"coffee" Saturday morning .".honoring Mrs .Bill Cog- have combined into one Unit, .!
Serving with Miss Middle- diU. held an election of officers at !! Beta Sigma sorority will
given, by Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs.
ton for the coming year will i their meeting Tuesday evening |! meet at 8 p. m. Monday May
L. G. Powell. Mrs. R. F. Dem-
be: first vice-president, Mrs. i Arrangements of blue hydrangeas in Fellowship Hall. I! 14, at the home of Mrs. J O.
orest, Mrs. J. H. DuPre, Mrs. : ,
Jesse Newsome; second vice- .,,<.;;'i, + E. L. Matthews, and Mrs. W. were used to advan- Mrs. C. R. Bradford was :i Gay. A stork shower will be

president: Mrs. Lester Crews, f.. .. A / tage in decorating the party i elected president, and serving given for Mrs. Marian Zuc-
S -. Z B. Mundy, at the home of the :
; secretary, Mrs. O. L )Haynes, ,. : .. '' latter on North Church Street. ;; rooms, and an arrangement ) with her will be: Mrs. R. S. i:I: chelli at this time.WHAT .
Sr.; treasurer, Mrs. Joe Wilson ; Mullins, vice-president; Mrs. !!I "
Mrs. Sale greeted the guesta'at of the same blossoms centered )
; registrar, Mrs. L. A. Davis C- C. Johns, promotion; Mrs. WHEN
the door, and they were the lace ,
; historian, Mrs. L. G. i covered refresh- G. L. Farber, treasurer; Mrs.
presented to the receiving line'
Powell; recorder of cro sses, ment table. Cake and punch I Ruth Johnson, recording secretary AND WHEREFriday
by Mrs. Powell and Mrs. Dem i
Mrs. W. G. Haile; chaplain, Nk were served. : Mrs. J. R. Hixon missionary .
i orest. The receiving line stand-: I
Mrs. Walla Lipsey. The offi- education
I ; Mrs. Alice :
ing in the sun parlor was Three contests
i were played )
: '
cers will 'be installed at the a' I Anderson, Christian social relations
3 s composed of Mrs. Mundy; during the BPW luncheon, 12
- Miss Johns, the honoree Mrs. I
First row, left to right; Mr.*. George Tharp, 'Mrs. Lavern The meeting was held at awarded to the winners. !I ton, spiritual life; Mrs. Lonnie I Garden Restaurant.
Johns mother of the bride-
i atlaw, Mrs Randal Chitty, Mrs james Green, Mrs. George j I the home.of Mrs. Clyde Ter- '0, to-be; and 'Mrs. George W. ,; The' honoree received her! Harley, literature and publications -i Monday, May\ 14

huford. Second row ((1-r): Mrs. Lennard Register, Mrs H. y.1 I willegar with Mrs. Ruby Johns Brown mother of the bride- i: lovely gifts in a pink and!I ; Miss Mary Carol Bes- I 4 Little Women's Club, 7:30:

night, Miss Betty Jane Morgan. i as co-hosttess. The Terwille- groom-elect. I white 'decorated box. sent, supplies; Mrs. M. W. p. m.
I gar home was lovely with :S '.',iii k. wp j j Cressler and Mrs. Henry God Tuesday, May 15
The mantel in the sun par- I
,Jew/Officers/ Of Junior Woman's Club ,I Spring flower arrangements "*'' l A 3Sli.nr lor was enhanced by a long The 'hostesses presented win, coordinators; Mrs. Harry BHS PTA, 8 p. m-
placed at vantage points : Mrs. Cogdill i! Medical Self-Help training-
with a duster Mooty, publicity. These officers -
'" ". ." ". '' and ,
nstalled At :.i (BUUVMBac BBB> "S'v." */! '> '>V low arrangement of pastel'cobored
Meeting Monday Night throughout the meeting rooms. set of baby bottles and cteriliz i| will be installed Sunday class, Woman's Club, 9. a. m.
spring flowers and the ,
..* Mrs. Powell, historian, gave Miss Sandra Whitehead, James Reddish er May 27, at the morning wor-' open to ,public.
blossoms in graceful a memento
same arrangements of the ,
officers of the Williams, and Mrs. R. S. an interesting article. on Wo- Thursday, May 17
Mul- with the officers of the
ship ,
imlof! Woman's Wed April 20 In Pine Level Church were repea ed casion.
were lIns men of the, Confederacy.The ; BPW meeting, 8 p. m.
balled' Monday, May 7, attie The hostesses served a delicious throughout the receptionrooms. i I
meeting was opened by Miss Sandra Whitehead and I an orchid completed .
regular j corsage I
meeting at theluj Mrs. i dessert course after the
> house. Mrs. George I Kenneth Grider with a meeting. James R. Reddish were unitedin II her outfit. The coffee table in the din- : '.it '

Tiarp, district director of meditation on Shentoism to .marriage Friday evening, Mrs. Reddish, mother ot ing room was covered with an t'r:,- .:. ,"'.
!strict Four, installed Mrs. complete the major religionsof _.._.... ...__...._. ........1 I April 20. in the Pine Level the groom, was gowned' in a imported cutwork cloth and ; ..t ,- I

vein Outlaw, president; the world series. Mrs. Jerome Baptist Church in a beautifuland street length rose lace over centered with a silver urn fllled '

r It.' -Randal Chitty, 1st vice Johns presided and introduced impressive wedding: cere- matching satin; with match-j with a pastel arrangement ; \
resident, ; Mrs. J. R. Rowe, the visitors of the mony performed by Rev. Roman ing accessories. This was 1' o f carnations, snapdragons,
nd vice-president; Mrs evening,.Mrs. Nadine McClure Alvarez. complemented by an orchid gladioli and baby's breath. A '

ames. Green, 3rd vicepresient and Mrs. George Tharpe of The bride is the daughter of corsage. silver coffee service was placed

:- ; Mrs. Lennard Register, the Jacksonville Beach Junior Mr, and Mrs. J.. B.. Whitehead After the ceremony a reception I at one end of the table
'I' Club. Mrs. Charles Sawyer, and the is the of' in the educational silver footed trays held
h.. v i c e p resident; Mrs. groom son was held { and
eorge huford, secretary social chairman, announced Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red ,I building, where mag- dainty cakes, sandwiches, and : 0

Iss Betty Jane Morgan, trea-; I plans for a dinner dance to rK dish, all of Starke. nolia boughs and large baskets I petit-fours. The buffet was j I

i're'r, ; Mrs. Hollis Knight, .I I be held May 12 at the Officers Prior to the eight o'clock of white gladioli, chrysanthemums graced with two five-branch t

jonsor.. Club. All members and nuptial rites, program of and mums were I silver candelabra with tall 1
dates are urged to attend. The .' : wedding music was rendered placed at prominent 'points I pink tapers, and the chest at I -
Honor awards were present new members of the club will i i x 'J/Irs. Vernie
; by the organist' : throughout the room. the other end of the dining
t ...'.to members. who had spent be special honorees at this J' 2 %y Thornton and the soloist, Mrs. The bride's table, covered room held a two-tiered ePergne :

lough time on club work during event.A Vernon Reddish, who sang with a white satin cloth, was filled with pastel spring !

; (the year to receive 100 brief convention reportwas > '"0 Promise Me" and the centered with a large four- ,flowers. ; .

!points. Special awards were made announcing special "Wedding Prayer." tiered wedding cake, topped ; Guests were invited to the 1 o

:given to the Junior clubwom- awards and honors the Starke I IMiss The chancel of the churchwas with an arrangement of wed- !, coffee table by Mrs. Mattie ,.
) ;:'ih."'of the year, first honor- Juniors have received. The beautifully decorated'With ding bells and miniature flow-i Gahagen, and presiding at the L

,Mrs.-try; member, and sponsor. club was especially proud of palms] centered with a white ers. The cake was flanked j coffee service at different w

JI I .4'' :- Pat Cauffman was given ,! receiving two State board ap- ornamental iron arch, covered on either side with crystal j hours were Mrs. A. J. Williamsof

I silver bracelet and charm as I pointments. Mrs. Hal Hand with plumosus fern and white candelabra holding white!: Alachua, and Mrs. Huldah
I .
{' Junior Club Woman of the was named State chairman of pompoms. The arch was flanked burning tapers entwined ''with I Morgan of Jacksonville. Assisting -! kv4i.s

:w'w'h.. t in recognition of her I IJI American Home and Mrs. Jerome Conklin Plans o'n either side by tall baskets garlands of dainty flowers. )j the hostesses were Mrs.T. ... A PiHFE t'GIETATASENSATIONAL

,it4tanding; work during the1.pait I IJ Johns was. named. a June Wedding of white gladioli and Small nosegays of fern' -and | G. Ritch, Mrs: Jerome '
> J years..: Mrs. Cauffman is State chairman of: Public Af- mums. Burning tapers in sev- pompoms further 'enhanced t Johns, Mrs. John M. Miller, : I SAVING!

'curHritly serving as house lairs. Miss Betty Jane, Mor- i To Floyd Smithi en-branched 'candelabras casta the beauty of the table. At !; Mrs. J. A. Griffin, Mrs. T. H. '

chairman. In past years she gan was named as assistant i soft glow over the setting.In either end of the table were Slade, Mrs. Alice Anderson.Mrs. : ;::

1 I; .q asl, faithfully."served the.club : state public affairs chairman.I j I Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mosh-" each window was a clusterof crystal. trays holding dainty. J. B. Sapp, Mrs. Edna ; 4 Summer Dresses

:i'as"' ;yice.-president- community ; The club received a second ,, er of Hampton announce the J magnolia leaves with a burning cakes. j i: Newsom; and :Mrs. Russell I

\ 'acnifevement chairman, and socli -'1 place state award for work in j, engagement and approaching I candle in the center. The The punch table, entered I Norman. AS

t .JBefen)Jf.;'chairman. She has also i public affairs, a, certificate of marriage of their daughter, family pews were marked by by a crystal bowl'was covered | The hostesses presented the S h 99ICS"

active:in community afiai'fs 100 per cent Honor Score for I Kathy Conklin, to Floyd Smith bows of satin ribbon holdinga by white satin and ,carriedout j, honoree with a cup and saucer % V.UEI

I, { as 'Girl, Scout leader, di- 'participation i n federation ;j of Hampton, son of Mr. and small nosegay. the theme of the bride's, in 'her selected, china patternas

,. I renter fef Commerce''of'? the ,Junior and leader Chamber in'|' projects and a 'Care award. !' Mrs. J. J. Smith of Cross i Miss Linda Kay Whitehead, table. I a memento of the,. >ccasion.Two }. ..'
Members were asked to assist | City. Mrs. Dave Paulk greeted hundred guests were invited -
I sister of the bride, served, as
ili: fr'polio drive. I
J in the .
T.B. mobile
,"x-ray and presented the
i I The wedding will take place the guests to call between ap-
i maid of honor, and the bridesmaids t
:Ur$\. Jim Bloodworth' was unit as secretaries this ,week.,1 on Friday night, June 29, at I were Miss Elaine them to the receiving like: | pointed hours, ten-thirty to eon.t, ",..., CwpioCll, ae.\ervI rAnd i
presented with,an..honorary. I which composed of Mrs. o'clock. Cwds .
Refreshments were served! 8 o'clock In the Hampton Baptist :"Whitehead sister of>the, bride was i twelve-thirty \ I
Membership in the club In in the sunroom'-from a table i: Church.: Friends and relatives Mrs. Drew Reddish, M r s. i Whitehead, Mrs. Reddish"'the a 2Pc.. styles, dfrhraisfs, oat sitter, \ "
recognition I. ,
of her service in 'decorated with an arrangement -j are invited to attend.: Dolph Reddish, and Mrs. Vernon -I bride and groom, and mem- j Outdoor Supper s5eot6c fiMnkts end taBritooPiffi

t 'Knight p bl1c' was Affairs.honored"Mrs by: Hollis a special II' of pink May nowers.J r Miss Conklin, a former student Reddish, all of Starke, bers of the, wedding were party.'Mlsi i, For Miss Matthews. ; r'- 'airae rea 5 to 1* JVMOTI to 1St II1ssirIn
Hostesses for the I at Bradford High School, and Mrs. William Lyons of Pouring punch a 2D .. Ball sam 14V It 211:4P.A.MPB1
award as an qutstanding Mrs: .L. J. Kite, Mrs. Randal, is now attending Central Hair Jacksonville. Serving as junior Sue Jackson and Miss'Virginia And Mr. Ferguson !
I sponsor., Mrs. Jerome Johns '
,! Parrish. Cutting the cake was
Chitty, Mrs. James Green
I Styling School in Gainesville. bridesmaid was Miss Joanie
p outgoing president, was presented -.! Mrs. Vernon Reddish and Mr. Smith is a graduate of Whitehead sister of the bride. Mrs. Owen Alvarez assistedby Miss ..Mary Agnes Matthews
1 with a past president'spins Mrs.. I I Mrs. Bobby Sapp. Assist and Bob Ferguson were hon-
A. L. Gregory: New Port Richie High School, Flower girl was Miss Karen ,
I I I ing in serving were Misses ored 'at a lovely garden buffet i M01HER
served In the'::U, S. Navy, andis Reddish, niece of the groom.
I Jhe:: following officers and I Marjorie Whitehead, Betty ,Jo supper last Saturday eveninigiven i
Family Night SupperFor now employed at the Flor- The honor attendant's dress I A PRmYBLOUSE
) :members also received disksas Moody, Barbara Whitehead-, by Mrs. O. L. Beaslej r : WITH
ida State Hatchery in Gaines- was of white embroidered organza -
members of the 100 point Presbyterians "' and Betty Griffis. and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid at!
honor, court: Mrs. Jerome ville. poised over yellow pole The bride's book was overlaid their home on N. Walnut Street.! f

Johns; Mrs Lavern Outlaw, The Presbyterian Church will ished cotton, 'featuring a : with a white satin I! The' garden was lovely for

Mrs. Randal Chitty, Mrs. have a family night supper, Fri- CYF Members sweetheart short,neck skirt ine,"graced softly gathered bya cloth and held a single crys I I the affair with the bright col- .j % 4?
James Green, Mrs. X. M. tal candelabra with a miniature -!:oring of blooming petunias, day)!
day at 630p.: m. in FellowshipHall. Have Beach yellow cummerbund. On her
I, Smith, Mrs. Lola Garbett. PartyThe nosegay at the base. The 1 lilies, hydrangas and nasturi-I
I Miss Betty Jane Morgan, Mrs. Circle Two of the Womenof head she wore a short: yellow guest book was kept by Mrs. II urns against a background of i
CYF of the First Chris- veil held place clusterof
by a I" 299.
I Tom Casey, Mrs. Jim Chas- the Church is in charge. W. M. Smith. bright'green shrubbery. The: &lID
tian Church held a beach yellow rOSebuds.With this
I tain, Miss Penny Hollings- party After spending some time individual tables placed about i
Sunday at St. Augustine. The she matching elbow I
worth, Mrs. Drew Reddish, High School PTA -- with their guests the young the lawn were overlaid with; x
28 members left'right after and satin I II
length gloves yellow
]Mrs. Charles Sawyer, Mrs. couple left for a short honey- (I yellow and white plaid linen :
church and enjoyed slippers. Her jewelry was 'a Y J1'w
George Shuford, Mrs Ken- Bradford .High School PTA a picnicon moon on the East Coast. The I cloths .and centered with eper- :
the beach. single strand of pearls, a gift : daevebss .d shoot .. ads
neth GrIder Mrs. James L. bride chose a two-piece dressof gnettes holding yellow candles, ;, prbals3 '
will meet Tuesday, May 15 at from the bridegroom. She >TaCarp's ..
Chitty, M r s. Carl Lamar They were accompanied by I.. Navy silk linen for travel and gold and yellow pompoms! _ir
Johns, Mrs. Pat Cauffman, 6:30: p. m. in the high schoo1. :Rev. and Mrs. Bob Badgett, an arrangement: of yellow I with a touch of coral and red I ,

Mrs. Lennard Register, Mrs. cafeteria for a covered dish Mr., and Mrs. Dan Harley, Mr. rosebuds with tapered satin ing.The young coupie will reside -'sweetpeas. The bride's table!

A. Q. Smith Mrs. J. W. Shiner supper and installation of of- ;and Mrs. Smith DeVoe, Tommy streamers and lilies-of-the- in Starke where both are 'I was centered with an epergnet-,

,. Mrs. J. R. Rowe, Mrs. ficers. All members are urged Colson Merritt Cressler, and valley on a white Bible. The employed. I'I te holding white roses and whitesnapdragons' l I II
Wayne Douglas, Mrs. Lemuel I to attend. Miss Elaine Colscn. gowns of the bridesmaids were Among the outattown'guests ''I : centered with aj I Guaranteed Nylons
to of the honor
identical that were Mr. and Mrs. white .candle. Dainty bridal j!
r attendant except being lavender marked the seating
James L. Newsome of Atlanta placecards j

i .IT'S ALL in color; the flower girl ; and Charles W. Seaborne arrangement at the blille' : .s-a. .SMBfost Stretch! e Fdft9 "_I"

., wore a dainty yellow organza and Mrs. V. E. Raulerson of I table_ and Fiesta placecards'marked '| kIa Fodiwed l tolRw* 60 6oipeSe6 98eStr
gown. the seating :arrangement -;
John Arthur Reddish., brother Jacksonville. at the guests' tabled. .. 'Sears .Bar Sooner Core .Tt e. II 1 w.'

of the groom, served as best- The buffet table was:'covered,
; man. Ushers were Drew Red- Hospital Auxiliary 'I;with 'a 'gold plaid cloth and

dish, Dolph Reddish, Mike Names Committees !was centered with a driftwood t RtAUT1F& !EI ... 4 -

Li cM Reddish, and Vernon Reddish, For New Year.F' wistaria tree, at the bas of *
all brothers of the groom, and which was .an elongated arrangement HANDBAGS.;
Robert Whitehead and Jerry '
The Bradford County Hospital I of yellow and gold _
Whitehead, brothers of the Auxiliary executive board met snapdragons pompoms and *

bride. Master Barry White- at noon Thursday, May 3, ;:at ''pods. of green grapes inter- 29t
head served as ring bearer. the Garden Restaurant with spersed with red sWe '"peas. Redbirds i iI 199.
The bride: who entered the I .. 4
I and butterflies nestled'
:Mrs. A. F. Garner, newly elect-
church on the arm of her on the twigs of the tree adding'
ed president, presiding.The '' Choosa Scoot anlectio sMiAiIIJ! se-
: : father, was!lovely in a magnificent president announced the a gay note to the arrangement. of the newest styles
floor length gown of following committees to serve Fiesta china was used for the for saraer sst wrie:$r/of .0C

embroidered silk organza worn during the coming year: volunteer -supper. The centerpiece was F c'=;L >>5 cad shapes. -

over layers'of starched net and library, Mrs. W. B. 'flanked on one side by two Fiesta

and bridal taffeta. Her moul- Scoggins; membership, Mrs. candle holders bearing yellow -

I II by a scalloped Sabrina j I printing, Mrs. P. G. Felos; birth side were two redbirds with' '
neckline. The long' sleeves tapered -! certificates, Mrs. Jerry J. Kou- wings outspread. .
to Calla lily points over? : After a'delicious barbecued -
:jba; hospital basket, Mrs. Bert Sleepwear I
I I her wrists and were fastenedby f jlfcMaines; flowers, Mrs Vern-''. chicken supper, several games ,

/ rows of silk covered but- i on Smucker and Mrs.. George of Bride-O were enjoyed by

tons. Her voluminous skirt i Anderson; social, Mrs. Ernest,,the 22 guests. '
: 14!Jj ft. Boat Johnson made of cascading tiers Mrs. Kincaid and Mr Eeas- 99AND299
I Fiberglass 18" Motor-Murry Tilt Trailer was !JNoegel; program, Mrs. R. E. 1 S
of'niffkis: which,terminated in Edmondson, and Mrs. Neal Ly-:'ley were assisted in serving by

COME SEE COME ,REGISTER a short brush train. Her bouquet !ion; by-laws and year book, Mrs'''I Sirs. Ariel Saurez, Mr*. Cloned
OFTEN! was centered with two 'J. D. Doyle and Mrs. H A. ,Bi- Sawyer, Mrs; John M. fi1ler.I e" B4 P iama .Swrt* 6oaioa1Pe

NO OBLIGATION large :white orchids surrounded -,shop Jr.; emergency, Mrs. Jack I Ij |I and Miss Madge }'1i M(-toq.I Lend Gons .Aft lowghate.ee /

: by small orchids and ;j Parker; finance, Mrs. Garl[I A corsage of white roses and mother preference awe lleep'! J
ToBeGivenAwayBy. showered with lilies-of-the- Mathews; telephone, Mrs. Peg- snapdragon flowerettes was un the ureamteet fas&iow ewtprtBt 2i OD4eoIorI '
>te Drfc- rr
: aM
valley. It was carried' on a i i presented to the bride-to-be and
gy Shaller sewing Mrs. AlI beti>tee Mi Dacna Heath. Complete r t
: white Bible. Her finger-tip I bert Lee Crosby Jrw and Mrs.!the hostesses also presented a cage.
veil of the sheerest tulle:was Bertha Pearce. gift to the honor couple a) a
..IMPERIAL Service Station attached to a tiara of sequins ; I I Mrs] R. E. Edmondson rej -' memento of the occasion. LACE TRIMMED r

and pearls. ?j ported -on the Northeast' Dis-!. Among the guests wet} Mr. t e

I Mrs. Whitehead. mother of Gainey'ville and Yrs E. L. Matthews: and HALF SLIPSe e illrlot

; "BUY THE BEST-BUY the bride chose a short celestial and .also the Southeastern Mr. and. Mrs. V. R. Ferguson,
II I blue lace over matching : Conference in New Orleans. parents of the honor 'guests. Meat wSi re.eroas.*

i .' S. 301 North City Limits : satin. Her matching hat!The locaT'Auxfliary was 're?iei .. .- i Waaa. 4-tw*. Aadow IUd uoa 199 .
." Starke Fla. '
MIl eziaf dseu i
I tiffs h naoahs
I I' 1 was of small leaves and se- rsented i _at the Conference IbyA. Edmondson r and ..Mrs.JuiiusSmith. '"' J
";s i Quins. Matching slippers .and 1Mrs. .- F. Garner. Mr'si. iL.E I 1 ;
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', ', .-- -: ,'. '. _,., Leave I $ assistant pastor of the OF THANKSWe
r -' '-14- '. : Sed..'! !' .m cSeJlsItc.Un. I I kindness and sympathyof GiRD _
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' ..> : ... Level Baptist Cliurch.. I neighbors and friends in our
: desire to to
.. ,. .S unyQn Trip I P.lM {k3," i music will be provided by express: our
j recent will always
sorrow remain -
..1 .. ly Ann Epperson, sub' I kind neighbors and thoughtful -
To New York
ole City
f'.f 4 h : ," SMr4T .Nght Btidijpply! i with us a precious mem- friends our heartfelt
1 FFA sweetheart, and the
<: :. : ... j lory. We are deeply grateful
>;. I Ie thanks for their
many expres-
No ,AiatteVIi' tiYjtc IJ ft -- This"" Sunday afternoon 's' ". 1iiwiUbete! Carl StancEFrecently sold his : pelaires. I,|to all who extended words or
t.-c- "'t ". .: .. . ,. the takeoff"date' for 99 t eme/pf? Itxe"1952{} 4iini r'SepirProm interest in Bradford Building FFA memb rs'taking i'| deeds of comfort in our be- sions of sympathy. The beau-
I/j's Still 1. Bradford High :school seniors set for 8:30-12:301: : | Supply t6''iijSJT>artner, K. L.I I in the tr ri'V.'n1 be: : reavement. These kindnesses tiful floral offerings were

(j dl $' Be.erry'.o .' and' .their 22 chaperones leaving Sf fufd i! 1n'"tile Pink"'Palace LaJlue'of_ :.LaRye\ Corporation.| Hershey, master of ,have meant more than we can especially appreciated. *- The
of Mrs. Gertrude Hoff- ,
t .spend' ne day in Wash- [Bradford High. School i"X p1'] I I Mri. StancIT i inow.. associated. ies; Henry Harrell and :(!express in words.-The family family
According' columnist Pope' Haley it got its name. ,Some say the word ln.ILD. C. and four in New with udConstruction Co. liam Carter, chapter j'of Charles D. Kirkland. meister. I
p it) .a -ree nt'issueof'] Ifie Florida TimeaUnjpfi .''strawberry*' Cs derived from the origi: York City on the annual se- floor' -' show 'wiU. : be pxeisehteij { of JacKsonVille,* in partnership :' lishment reports; Harry i 1 ..." ... -'. 'j" 'I
C fer The 1apttes Dane \ '
I .)Wl4sd I statisticians f f the rial: name :"stray-berry"; given to the, rdor. fripj Sjinmons! leaderr JudyJ:: 'wi ll 'V."D. 'Hudson. introduction of speaker I -

I World Food and Agricultural' l Org \niza- pl nt t Ijfjcause? of. its habit of putting The 'group. will leave at 3:10p. : Sehleppi.' Henree'1 Dennis' .i : Sal- f Among the'construction now t: Glen Sapp tribute to I,j I; '

; tion at headquarters jn Rpjn&.are; out. ('runners, ,'.' and thereby "straying"from :,m. Sunday on the Silver ly?Epperson,'j ck e' Bales and f under way by,"Hudson in this | I,,I Dear Friends: .
)Vrestling with a, !kirig-si e4 il pnja, 'tjie mother plant., Others say the Meteor I and. c' return next Friday Geraldine Gay.: Others taking areT is' the, n w. home of Mr. : Ii i '

;..;, ll seems that member nation of the term strawberry' came from the widesprea'd tqTtdur at '10:30 the: a.United m. They Nations plan par will be Patty Kay, ifpn:' Westmoreland and .Mrs. : Oscar St Carter on II THANK YOU Thank you for your lote of

'a r.Soup I l set' up to correlate Jnpnti i )J practice "of. placing straw ,as building'in!! : Washington D. C. as "Pinkie," Jimmy Smith asj I I : : 'VUv i
f, tfld 'statistics!! on world, .agricultural l; mulching around the plant to protect: and in New York City to see I "Al Capon. Lynwood"Waiters -1' FFAB'anq'uetSet i MY FRIENDS confidence on May 8. J

.' eduction, .can. even get together the} fruit:.(pr vegetable?) from dirt ;and the Broadway- play "Camelot1andto ; Jane as Dinkins"Frank as "Lu Nitty Lu., and : j I For kind .
he. whether the this true Ve sincerely hope Radio City Music j For Tonight your *;* .
;=.: Dimple question of : rt.< tIf is visit I eration and support
I S strawberry .is' a frui; or a. vegetable.! that then ne will not be changed nbwto HVli/The I group will return by jSopfiomore'servers elected: |i The I am humbly grateful.SINCERELY } l.
old-f shion dEs PMadelphia Penn. and go to, are,.. S/uzi. 'Broadway. Linda'Hufgins annual Future Farmerof the campaign just i r-
sine the '
:; *Natarally it is ttmg 'io, tie' plasticberry, o
ups America Banquet will be "the
; inapolls l : 'ti1va1 Acad ; Suzanne Judd Hope Although not
t ;; h igur -totaler8 when reports]c coiti In fi- 1v givlng way to the newer bla k emy.7; Seaboard Airline Railway : :- Itplliday: Linda". Wainwright. held tonight [Thursday] at in this race, I, am I

:_: Mm Denmark and'Yiigp -v.la.,'i.Qt X- pstic" a" mulch: :is in charge of the entire I Bobb1y rFaye' Smith, 'Wanda' 7:30: o'clock in the BradfordHigh" grateful for all
amplei\ listing '''strawberH t jw.jraJKta t J5ijtwhy; worry: over such trifles? W.iUiams,' Eugenia.Edardv. ; School cafeteria,, chap- Your
.1 : >; ,1 I shown me, and have Congressman !
WJne 9fth le9tjb)] .&!traw qerry, tour.Teachefsf: Gardner, Herb Nelson, ter advisors 'Paul Hutchings ,
,bjes, (because'they 'don't! row on,trees = going"Qn the trip, Joe ing but good will
n b H. .d t beB), ancj f ;) most,'other! ..Euro- aucl q.cinica1iti&'cf! L s lt cfSpUnpmenclature '- vffl hb t M Principal'Hugh Cat i Smith, Mike Waters, Tom ced and this CurtiS''Marlowe'week.Speaker announ- those who voted for

;: pean countries, ll1n'.tl! .tp ;frpitftirp : nia ,'Utife .diffrnf t9 B.p5gram; >:Mr ; Kathrine Gardner, George Seeley.Tommy', An-': at the event will be Candidates as well BILLY MATTHEWS

z: equallyfifoo4'reMOns.'j sa'ys 'Mr. Haley. the ultimate consuniec;:.)\ itra' QP.n'f May, JRi'chard Joc e1.. Charlie dy Strickland, and Roman Alvarez who served as those who voted for
,by any, other name would, taste a' P _Cowen., ,. :Delia Rosenberg, McLendon. : (Pd. Pol. Adv. Authorized Tre )
:: If. that i is not 'confusing nough/ !- president of the Bradford I wish to congratulate by Campaign s.
I ,West sweet and smell just as "irresistible. a.ndyoann R we. Parents will FFA Chapter in 1956. He is winners I i ,
Germany compqunda the problem and offer them F'I. '
I Cbmmehts MK: Haley l : When,offered accompany the students as Freejnan Register .j presently employed appliance I .
by arbitrarily silting the succur cooperation at all times.
; .MrS. Car
chaperones..will be
l lent b rry3from oh!'C1 / a bowl -the..J r rg .tt -ripe.and tezidersweet ; department manager at'Bullington's
ssificattonAo a! olyn.Redgrave, Mr. and Mrs. $ President Of :
lM' kterijeg..,careised.wHh and e\y. i A. B. Whitehead
a I' other. While!the:berry is<< still a tachol suga/ 37., 'H? Slade.. 11rs: J. R. Wa'inrjght.Mrs. General Electric !:
the f Jjiat!jrig.in riclf\ ,ream:mostl people are ( .1. J D. Seymour, BUS Student Appliances
?..tto plant and. growing, the: Weatj Body 1 in, tarke and is i I
(... Germans call it a. ,vegetabletjui the content to sharp philosopher) William.Butter's Mjsj; Jfc. \L. M Rae, Mrs. W.' "" "

;, moment it is picked and in ,the tiasAcet* tribute*, as fluoted. fi Jby Izaak &'. .Thomas, Mrs. Gene Long. Annual elections at Bradford :- -
i.*. '" Walton: "v. Mrs..R. A. Colson, Mrs Mari High School Tuesday saw
.) ready to eat, it becomes: a.! :'fruit." *. ;Jlt.1 "I' /Doubtless: God.coyfd have made a i iet Blankenship;. Mrs. .A.: 'N. junior Freeman Register installed

Mr. Haley 1'reports that the Unijted better berry.but doubtles. God never i Holiiday. :Mrs. R. R. Thomas. as president of the

E Sfat9. a iif pra did..." .' r"t' i Mr. Land Mrs. Robert* Ward; student body for next year ; SAYfSFPIc

b ? jrl.i\ pz" n 4g iPe trw1rry And added to all the' other good Mrs.' Charles Darby, and Mrs; Lynwood. Walters, a junior I On

*r is c saified1 $. $:; 'lriiJJ;,]&'\$$! Rome; qualities is the all-important fact that p. B... ,Harley. ..v. ., also. was unopposed for the i ivicepresidential

1 t: Italy ,the 1t! RN: i t8, ass ted by 1Q ,acres of strawberries brought alnost post and ju- :;
t;. advises,fffini t! : B ;cononiic Chicken Thief nior Harriett Goodman nailed d
li $300,000 in gross receipts to Bradford : ., ,. SundayMay
,$ .|': mission! ,In' Eujprje! jjre.hpsy trying R' to County'growers,during tl e season down the secretary's post. ; '

**i- sort ;put :ad; \; Ct&Jt?. ,nat! nal jjlefini4 now ending. Calf it; 'a rujt t\.or a vege- Is Sentenced Register defeated Jack Mc- ; ;
( stniberIs ,
I : atd1othe f'- tatye-a fctr y-berry, or. strawberry,, .A Hampton Negro Claude presidency ,in a. hotly contested :,
.;:. ,ricu\t4rnl.\ t.ommCfditifR to bfin! 0)1 it is sti\l\l the most t; .1:1: 'a.i1iily profit, Granger 4 'pleaded guilty in' race while Miss Goodman >
I s'SteflJntqtbeir! ot1c-wide tttics. able that Brajjforci have Court last Thursdayto -
crop "growers i Circuit beat out Suzi Broadway and '
I ,.:; id,ttiJ :I fiti tipq prQJ) m s nt found ,in the 80-odd jears that they! stealing chickens and a Geraldine Gay. j: -. -

t the ol-. ptil r; 'posed I by; ; .the/lu 4 ciousred i have been cultivate in t thia area. !j turkey belonging to R. O. Simmons Register has. been a member -I: .

} II 3 berryit&at'iTpws so VJ'QJlfkallv$ and "Doubt1t' s8 GOd' could Have made a .an4 was placed under of the student council fo: : : -

g : so pit> )/rJn'Bradford County. There better berry, but doubtless God never pre-sentfnQe investigation.The two years and is a member'Qf 4 _.. < '.

F is also widespread speculation. as to how did." theft took place the the BHS track team and 'I ;
,. I r 41 ',s- '" t night of January, 11 and chic Beta Club. Walters is also a .
I ken entrails and turkey feet member of the track team and I

Bet' Thing; ? In We Are Free .. ; were found behind the homeof Beta Club and has been selected -

t r:. f 'r' .,. Granger where he had, to go to Boy's State in

', Irj .this. 'ge ,:wh n '/tfmo&$,,, nything the ages'of 2.5 arid... '4!-.. Fpr; it is Vt:d* this j': Deputy dressed Sheriff the birds Willard, Bradford Williams -I Tallahassee new secretary this Harriet June Goodman The- : H ,
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", ; you possess pr }va.nt le nis |ajce 4 into age in life,that' 5 p r.entp[ | tuber-i testified. Metal bands I' has: served on the student I

r eternity there are a few things, if one culosis js plisc/YredjAndpearly; disco from, registered chickens be10nging'"tO I council for two years and ,
"' '
.. i is |;o :'paraphrase that older popular \:ery IS', .the}'best.prcaijtiQnv'? ; ; Simmons were also i is a member of the Beta Club. :
I i song!hit -"The" Best TJiIn Life If found.Aat the, Granger home,
g J m you 'hayetft''yftft'Ujsljll.\: \ have* I ,I I
Are Free"-tha t'are: tax a.ryj price .ex- time to avail }least Williams r said. I 1 ,.I
: 'yourself ,fJ f $4 .peace f f I
Another Hampton Negro
r.- of J J't.
empt. mind by
.attending the ,Fre Mobile Lucian Blocker. is already I

One of these is-the air we breathe. X-Ray unit this Friday at'the Florida serving: 18 months in the Marion -

.A a.yeri Tqportanf hig in l life Bank 10 a. m..to.$. I, p. m.-'- ).r. from 2 to _County Road Camp near
I n. } Rp-: m.. .... ;*>. .. '!. ,."' .:. 3
I Ocala for chickens?
nd n biethtng i o1r UJn' ;1. I I
; l :1eSaS0TL1eJf. : the better thins, in : from: 'farms in Hampt n. I,I

tfem lykr po l1tjJf.PU ate. betvenSc41Ffidy life aresti1lfree4eU. . ..' .. i y
f"i ', ., ;' : _
: :1. Franklin Ritch i
> ;-; Box lot -
BYfd Starke ;
II' : l laef vyeh1. ..gi -
1, f- two daughters, I 'If'I THETVThTSW0f4PD4UOWfaflid
; ;,.I Mrs.Jessie. 0 trr Byrd wa born %t Baji-; Speaks ToRotary, Charley I
Mae/Fowler 'of ;
/B'Irdl.77 ; Starffg; *Qjd.JFlprida; 'Dewagjber 23,1 I
fq TV
On Educational
< .and Mrs Bessie 'Mae iWU-1' 1884J the .son of the late i iI A E.Johns.
Hamjson of I i 36 inch Range Featuring the New !
1 ; two '
Hardy anil
=OIike I Ella Oillyard
,,- 1 ,.... j'sons Carl and Jasper. ByrdJ,.1.1Jf : Byrd. | Franiin Ritch. a junior at Oven. Cannot be matched by the :
; i "'
: '.. :- : I 1 1t a1i 8tarke. I .' the University of Florida and Ranges. "; ....
t i f Punwal services hav< been' a member of the Florida Blue Yo

;t, :: hr dh:Friday services Jar jEarpeji will be tin.. .Qt1!;:si&ters el1': surviving, Mrs. Bloss include Green)!, set.Church fpr, the' Airpark Baptist Key,Speakers Bureau, addressed about this question: After cooking your meal thisjainazing! 18UOO VOLTS OF PICTURE POWER
Starke, I
1 ip Fricjay at
: the Rotary Club at Kisr
: maintains, lowMas O
'f. ild native Flor ] a temperature 140
Byra77year -t of. Raiford... .. Mrs. Onie. Bloom i "As' building contractor as degrees.Keeps -not just 1 ,
I I ?::0p p, in., with the fever- simmee Monday, speaking on a *
; r: r4i.ard! ; resi intoi .'Starke..who .'!i..o( i oltlo ville, .Mrs. Bertjs!:'l,and Lacy Conway officiating.follpw the topic of educational television I want each building under f'Ol'ii't but does not dry it out. Still perfect
dled WEdnwd'ay/.here.: when TRANSfORMER
famiag- J hubby finally gets home.
f | Ojeen;! C.OVi' f rmeqt will at the and the part the University construction to'be insured FOIL POWER
0 following1 l! an.'iHil.tt' nled.-jtttaewi'.:| 8rtl\gK. N rs. pebble Da1 I t an11T plot "& Dyal peme* of Florida plays in educating against fire, wind, vandalism ;R&NGE: AMPLIfiCAtiON

1 :'prior:: ro. 'his retirement' in and Mrs. Berla r.ral, both of tery under .ihe.. irect\On\ of the general public and theft. I also' need THI ,.of AT THE FANTASTIC i 8 STAGES OF \. F.
1947j.dueffa'lJ: .health, Mr. ..W ,
: : Qa .
I II I I IDe\Vitt 9. Jones Funeral ; through television. -not 2 st ges
Byre ,.bade5. employed asJantyor I p brothers, Graham!'Hqmet.of, ; public liability insuranceand ;1 LOW PRICE OFf
!: StfVL I WUFT: Channel 5 Educational '
\\ .9.1 t The Bradford' i Y1'(1'of Paaika and David b1 \, ;, ,' Television at the University -! surety bonding.; Can

t \ Cotujty\ ; outhots. Byrd of W ycros&.. Ga. and 1'Medical\ .S i: serves the central arid : your agency supply a package .w.? 13995,
: 'Si '%nixing, besides his wife eight grandchildren, also' 1f.J1eJplqsses ; deal on all three cover-
t... ,' bl ., ,. : ; north-central portion of Florida '.
'f' ?
I'. .. I.Cn ( j jTwesday presenting classroom ages PRICE
1 '17) '.I(' IY '4 $ rTp ,;.'-- : by GOOD THRU MOTHERS DAY ONLY .': :
; material programs on.the fine ,, :
: May \ t
MY FRIENDS .. t' ': : arts great ''plays news documentaries Charley E. Johns See the largest selection of Gas Ranges in the entire

...4.ma1I ef-he1p training'to i and other programsof Agency area at your Home I of Quality -
1QRDCOUNTY: ; ; to. teacfi at. Iea.st one- general interest to viewersof ,

H I :'VI',... ,. .. t member of* eachVfamlly--, -:-- wlyitl I all ages.'Franklin.. PHONE 964.0121 Starke '

!t, ,.. .. to do in a major disaster is'' the son of Mrs. 131 S. Walnut St. SLADE GAS
: cujren yjjui rwajr ih' Braili Hazel Ritch of Starke recent- I
;t I. Vif4't.q.1'Lklfii:11. Jl'R,._ t l1t\1J\ 1p' i ford County't several groups. l ly served as general chairman I. : -- -

Depress my appreciation' for the :' The Stark* Woman's. Club.wIU pf the University's springtimehomecoming. _

; :: i: sponsor the next class which : Gator Gras. He \ -___!.' ,., I,
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will, atari7 : 3'uei4ii..IlOrn1Iig. is, majpring in journalism and
first PrlmftyJ} I: will appreciajrour '9I ,' MaJt15..ts. .s4. tbhous., political 1 science.and will enter doesn' UBflkw _
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S I in! the second Primary on May 29. : course which. *.is open to the !jr I 'c. ,,q t't' '
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f I rri&ning. Mosley yas convicted -,i ..- -. .
Dr. H. H. Adams ; IfJ,'."4------ .'_ ---- "'- f. -" > '

I Wins,Cancer Fund I II two of and 1a\'iniin$ .half his jailors pos ession of !
Golf Tournament. jnoonshine whjsfcey! which: 'h,'! DAHME'R'S ADMIRAL
had! hidden in the woods off_i
Dr,.JLl..-djjms With a 68' J3. fr..100" near JHoody's' Store t tat ; _' 0/, "

ripe .to the Low Net:: the Bradford and Union' ; .". 1 .
Championship I Jn .the Stpjkej 1 i County line according: to Deputy -' f

Annual Cancer Fund Tourn- ':; Sheriff- Williard Williams.I: G
The deputy said .he investigated ; f
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evening. i an incident. at Moody's'. '
I, : The low gross title was; *hen he received'a report that* r TV

garnered by "Bish" Bishop t tj | Mosley .and Ramon C. Nohel-;
j who' scored 74.:' I ty, 31-year-old laborer were :

'Both winners were among I fighting and drinking there.';

I the 34 entrees which made up |I JSTohelty told where Mosley''J eI
another successful Cancer i bad hidden .the, shine and;; -
Tourney according to local.I pointed out the location, .Wflr: .
pro Ted Fox at the Starke i Jiams .said.. Deputy A. JE." I
Golf and Country .Club. drown investigated the incident -. FULL

Bobby fcRae mustered a along with wuli ms. ;I

69 to place second, in low net 1 i
while Mrs.! .J(.' LYPntook: .' sec- :BHS Band TakesWeekend : -

end in low gross: i TripThe 10 cu. ft. "% 10 cu. ft.

JVJosJey.Sentenced Bradford High School I; both in .r1rrT iT-

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n:ShmeJCJiargeClyde band members enjoyed weekend -j' one COMPACT .cabinet ,
outing at the Corsair Mo
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\ Mogte9, M< pf .Starke -- J 1
was sentenced to six to 18 Saturday and Sunday. i '-r= )
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months iri the.Stale Prison at I in the 60 making o_n r j I. :
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: Raiford "If or possession ofmoonshine. : a. t
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The sentence was passed by I 1!. _l fI\/11r.. I't.i.lr'r ,. .
Judge George J. Patten in Mr. and;firs. Cecil Harper, Mrs.J. ; '"' : .. I \ _-- _i ,I \1w.!._ .... ., ,
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To:' JJELSMA D. RKAOAN, Mrs.Nelson CJreen. Rev.ktlipp .. ..,.1'I I I ii 1'1'r.!<- ':" \'
1 whose address is ,Senalh. ,Missouri conducted Sunday morning I ,. < -I I I! .
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You are hereby notified thata service for the group. : "'' I r..' '.r, il \\ t\\ '}lI'1' ''i .: :
nit for divorce, support at- I .U WI .. '' -, '
'torney's been filed fees against'you and Court costs by BAR has i.Recent Births |! .-T..a-' .,.IT". .......j :tll":' )1.A, I lJ rS = ":" ,TI 1 ) i' :
BAIL T. REAGAN Plaintiff.'i 1"1.'f.",... I "oJ I :
In the Circuit Court of Bradford I Mr. and Mrs. David M. Yar- .1: i\ ( 11
County Florida, in Chancery .:, rt ..-......"... Ilr"'I: S .
borough Starke the
and you are required to announce t
aerve copy of your Answer or birth of twin boys Riley t : ,
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IMiintlffa attorney S. L. Glenn, and Chuck ,Lynn born =. ;-.. "- .' I I I" I.2.I: 1 'J
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Clerk of the Circuit Court at I Mr, and Mrs. Thomas A.. ih. = = I.1dl .
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Murrow of Palatka 5YE
,the 4th day of June. A.D. 1962: ;i I I announce : ,
otherwisethe the arrival of Thomas AKSY =,- Y = [1
allegations of a son -- =- =-2"' :g -"'-=L :
said Complaint will be taken as .iI" ale d. ,-== -==.., '==.,. ;::1 --
confessed>d by you Daniel; on April 9 -in Putinan o n$ u"' =_ ..- "--='" ; ,;:-::;
Dated this 1 day of May, A.D. :Memoiial f Hospital Mis. Mur- power = < : -' MODEL RF224
UG:!. row will be remembered here .::1 u 20.2 Net cu. ft. capacity WDRLDXS RN g 3
Clerk of the Cimiii Cour4 as Barbara Jean Carter daughter ', .
Bradford County, Florida I 9f(Mr. and Mrs. Milton SUBZERO FREEZER "Moist Cold" REFRIGERATOR -- ".. .i 1"'
.By. : Marian I.. Crosby, ? VPf.t.lTY.1 # : ;. ,. '
Deputy Clerk D. Carter of.Starke. : 346% Ib. capacity 10.3 Net cu..ft. capacity i fI r "- .....: ........ II''<-... ". L... i* '
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u Shelves plus 1 glide-out! to empty / ;t7 oI,7S Portable TV. Dawn Gray finish, on Metal
Many Many Thanks Glide-Out Basket holds bulky 15 Full Width Shelves((4 glide. pJill" ; f.C
packages. out 1 adjustable)for easy-to-
"Pantry-Door" stores pack reach storage.
To The Voters of Bradford County aged foods. Select your meal Full Width Crisper keeps more TOP-FRONT TUNING CONTROLS
at a glance. fruits and vegetables garden ONLY 0
I. "Pop-Out" Dispenser Rack fresh. SUPER-POWERED "AIR-SPACE"
Words cannot express my appreciation' holds 16 frozen juice cans. 1 "Pantry Door" puts 36 eggs, 6,60 '
ay M to the voters of Bradford Conniy for the I Five-Year Food Protection butter, tall bottles and jars at Pet Week CHASSIS .
, f N confidence shown iu me at the polls on May ''I I Policy. your. tinger-tiPs.
.8. As I have said'' before, the'operation of i', EXCLUSIVE. AUTOMATIC, "PICTURE I .,.,. ,
I our schools Is "big br;(tnf' i'i" and T hereby ; GUARD" CIRCUIT C : '; ", ..f'r' ..,S
F renew m to give the best
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ID 1 1 1 1 1 Proof Again Your Dollar
administration cf our school affairs of I AUTOMATIC ELECTRON FOCUS .
( which) I am ,capable. Let me again thank ;
t i 3, ,. you for your confidence and support dar: j i It CONTROL : Buys More Quality from
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Dan Starling I : J; _. .._.. 11/6; in everything but A'i': !}. M

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Pot Adv.) I 5' wit LtJLV. -, _

My Deepest) Appreciation 1 t 27" TV BIG VALUEI r'

1 ZT Ov idtthat.hesl,4OOs ie.Viewin u/1,
s Is extended to the good people fr :: k:"' 10<>> Clearest' Brightest Pictures

of Bradford County/or reelecting : "'" itjJ.: '. .'""., from 2 to 30 ft.
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me as your County Commissioner .': .i.; < ; if: 'i'''''t<:' i f :'''J.4" Ii Model'C27ZO SerittContemporary $18880.1' I
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able to express my gratitude by !, --- BIG 536 IB. I I

I continuing (to serve, you fairly and ; ,

j' impartially; as your ,County Commissioner t CAPACITYSEPARATE. I

; keeping; the needs and r \ .

best .inteTcst of the entire countyever ,', e I SAVE NOW! COME IN OR PHONE! Sf :

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to the voters of Brad
SEALING L'O.' trot Pdragt-indica'tor. 2 egg.'trays, 3 ice cube :

ford County for their support .. m,.. Butter bin and tray 3 pantry &or"ski :'
\ .FlilJ.witJfz.cr sper. Magnetic' door J e6d

in Tuesday's election.' I 't ADVANCEDTHINWALL' I ThipwaD> '1l5esg1aa'.m3ulatlon. 5.cojon64VAdmiral ] ? '')L.

r t .. ." I 2$" icy 28'4" d. ,

appreciate your confidence \ 1 r ,'I

in me and will strive not to Modal NFl l6 CONSTRUCTION, '
px1M 11N1 }15.3 net eu.ft capacity < Refrig-Freezer

I let you down. CttDN' .1.4ptE '. $$22995 -. U ;. _, ..

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I will appreciate very much. : SA dU81'powe t 'P'iI IJtr, OM4Y .SlO.63 Per 1o.I ':' ONL1I49r.'
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your support, ,--T.. Payment '

the Second Primary. on Y. of t iM '. .. 'l. : Per Mo.f .

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f George Thanks W Roberts Again 1 Jr, DA.IJY1.ER'S.} [ D1S1OUNTHllOUSE112E.

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BHS Second ized..These were the only Blue' line-up' probably nelped us, I This Saturday County Courthouse in Sfarke,
Seymour Paces Sen. Johns Given
Bradford ,
Wave hits County Florida, at
as Jackson got Jon- more than anything else, I 11 o'clock A. M. on the 28th FREECome

In Conference es to ground out to Terrell Coach Francis said of the I day of May, A. D. 1962, the
and then BUS Thklads Shoot BHS To Take Service PlaqueSenator following described property as
fanned the next two catcher who played his first set forth in said Final Decree, m for a free hearing

batters to end the threat. The since April 10 when he sprained to-wit: test and demonstration.

: .:Continued From Pate 1] stocky hurler also retired the his ankle. The stocky receiver 'District TitleStarke was presented Charley with E.a hand-Johns Commence Corner of the at East the Half Southwest(E%) MR. R. C. PAULK

next six batters to face him I got two hits and played For Second State Title of the Southwest QuarterSW
some wall plaque and a specially A Laboratory Trained Hearing
{ ( i) of the Northeast
tpjsend home. In order. I a perfect game against the set the stage
::P. runners enscribed Bible during Quarter (NE *4) of Section 7, 1: Aid Consultantfrom
K. fought back in the Blue Wave and for five InningS Township 7 South, Range 22
fourth I, Starke's only other run came u. _' .. _,_ I for their second straight state the 35th Convention of the East, run North 1175 feet for \:
Inning when pitcher i iMike" i In the sixth Inning when Ter- against Fernandina. uoacn uave nurse win ac-) seniors Irwin Martin and'William track title Saturday on the Junior Order of United American -I Point of Beginning, thence i i
Timmerman doubled and Francis also praised second 13 Bradford High i Silcox and continue North 225.4 feet to'I
rell tripled over the left field- company junior Lyn- University of Florida oval Mechanics at St. Petersburg -
took third on Bohannon's baseman Chuck Moore for School trackmen to the state'' wood Walters.:, Senior Hallie North line of this quarter section MAICOHearing
| er's head, and stole home on when they scored 100 pointsin i on May 6. thence East 460 feet,
alngle. Bohannon then stole'I!' an attempted squeeze play. turning in a "good defensive meet in Gainesville Saturday Seymour will certainly be a winning the district meet. The plaque was engravedwith along quarter section line to Service

second but no runs material-1 "Starling being back In the performance." in hopes of coming up with favorite in the high jump and The Tornadoes' nearest rival the following inscription. West Road No.right 200 of way thence of in State a
.Jt- ---- Ken Terrell and Bill Jack- his second straight Class A will be a strong contender in was Palatka with 604 "Presented to Sen. Charley E. Southwesterly direction along Jacksonville 2, Fla. will be In
V -- son were also selected on the both the said West right of way line of Starke Wednesday May 16th at
and hurd-
high points with.Lake. City third I
Johns this
title.Most of State Road No. 200, 380 feet,
1962 Keystone All-Conference area statistics list the les, and maybe the broad with 38 points P. K. Yonge, esteem and gratitud '-for loyal thence Westerly 4S1.2 feet to I KOCH'S DRUG STORE. Do

team. Terrell plays first base powerful Tornado team as the jump for which he also quali 36%, Macclenny. 18; Santa Fe devoted, and courageous per- Point of%.78 Beginning acres and and lying containing I I you want to hear and understand -

PR'IcEITRIUMPHIV and pitches and is the team favorite to take 'the title but fied. Senior Mike Darby will 6; Live Oak 5, and Madison, formance of duty in his ser- and being in the NW Cornerof 1.I better Do you want to

leading hitter with a .470 av Hurse says that Terry Parkerof also be a top favorite in the 3 3-4. vice to the people of Florida." Southwest the East Quarter Half (E(SW4)%) of I save what hearing you have?

erage. Pitcher Jackson is the Jacksonville and Winter half mile run. Outstanding for the Torna- of Northwest Quarter (NW%)

team's second leading hitter Park should be listed as the Other Starke boys qualifying does and in the entire meet For Bradford County, of Section 7, Township 7 I Phone 964-4401
Florida. IB Ckanttry.Wm. South, Range 22 East Westof
with a .350 average followedby favorites. But he rates his for the state are Freeman I was Starke's Hallie Seymour T. Jackson d/b/a ) State Road No. 200. Alsoa I

ll Marty Starling at 308. Tornadoes as a strong con- Register, 100 and 220-yard' who racked up 20% points' Wm. T, Jackson Building ) parcel of land 33 feet North I r -
'iGk Materials & Machinery Supply,) and South by 400 feet East
VicTo'nQur1Lata tender also along with Au- dashes; sophomore Tom Gar- while placing first in the high Plaintiff ) and West off North end of :, ,, aniwthrfrom MAICOI
burndale an almost perennial dner, shot put, discus, 100 an' jump at 6-4 the 120-high vs the East Half (E3) of South-
vs west Quarter (SWVi of
Starke Beats powerhouse in track. 220-yard dashes; Billy Dowl- hurdles at 14.9 180-yard low Mary Underwood Buby Smelzer, Northeast Quarter (NE&; ) of

Auburndale has the fastest ing, 440-yard dash; Larry hurdles at 21.4 and third in Defendant. ) Section 7, Township 7 South,
NOTICE OF SALE Range 22 East lying on the i
Santa Fe 9-5 Class A time in the 889 at Noegel, half mile run and the broad jump at 19-7%. I Notice is hereby given pur- West side of U. S. Highway ,
: 1:31.6: Hurse said this week. Steve Edwards and Hal Law- Sophomore Tom Gardnerwas suant to a Final Decree of 301 (also known as State I Ii NEARINGLASSES
Foreclosure dated May 3, 1962, Road No. ZOO). i
( TV.It Bradford High's diamond Several Starke teams using son. mile run. right behind Seymour and entered in Chancery Case Dated this 9 day of May, A. D. I
lead several different combinations Starke's 880-yard and mile with 18-i points with a double :-;o. 13-083 of the Circuit Courtof 1962.Charles i
squad overcame an early the Eighth Judicial Circuitin A. Darby I Hi Fi Clarity
i" '. Tuesday to end their regular of runners,' have hit 1:32.9: relay' teams also qualified for win, the shot put, 49-11 and and for Bradford County, Clerk of said Circuit Court >;Featherweight ComfortS
t I successful this season and the coach predicts -i i the state meet. Running the I discuss, 133-4{, and a placeon Florida wherein Wm. T. Jack- By Marian U. Crosby : e the Exciting New
season play on a son is the plaintiff and Mary Clerk
c note as they handed SantaF.e's this time can be brought j I I 880-relay in the district meet the winning half mile relay -. Underwood Buby Smelzer is (SEAL) i iI
down considerably if the run last Saturday were Tom Gardner team. the Defendant I will sell to (Circuit Court Seal) tMA I CO
Rebels a 9-5 defeat. the highest bidder for cash at I ltpS I
S ,. 4 -V;, V V ->'V., Santa Fe led 3-0 going into ners have a good,day and can Hallie Seymour Leonard Also outstanding in the the front door of the Bradford V

f K the third Inning when get good' hand-offs. Dugger, and Freeman Reg- meet were senior Irwin Mar-

,. -- -- V Starke made it a tie game. Tornadoes almost certain to ister, and the mile relay Leonard tin and junior Freeman Register -

.... :i : Bill Jackson walked and stole be in the running for pointsin Dugger, Jimmy Dowling, Martin tied the school

,. El second and Ken Terrell sin- the year's biggest meet are Larry Crawford and MikeI record in the pole vault witha

t V 4-x.; gled to drive in Jackson and Hurse's core of pole vaulters I Darby. leap of 13-1 to equal the

_W-t mark set earlier by teammate
then stole second. Gary Kou-
District Tournament at Flet-

E ifcJ ba doubled driving in Ter- cher High School next Thurs Garden On Top Lynwood Walters.12-11.Martin's Register 20 Words or less, one time __________ .95 Memorials, Resolutions ____ 5c per word
previous high was
to i- I 1 rell before he stole third and day and Friday May 11 and Of City Softball set two school records, U not paid in advance ___________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words ___ 2.50
t t, the went catcher.home on an error 12. in the 100-yard and 220-yard Keyed or Blind Ads _____ 1.00 Over 50 words -----V._.....__..__ 5e per word

two dashes. although he finished Each additional word over 20 ______ 05 Display ads in Classified ______ L50_. ner Inch
The Rebels scored : Football Garden Restaurant contin- ------ 5--- ---

e r more runs, making it 5-3, Spring ued its winning streak last second behind Macclenny's HAVE OPENING for 1
Marcus I
in the bottom of the third Drills Under WayAfter Tuesday night by blasting $tt7.oo per weeK man. Age 25 I EVENINGS. MONDAY
and lor lent. Hear 01 store on 321:
the century
but the Tornadoes came back Stallings Truck Stop 26-0 behind His to 67. We also have opening i Temple Ave. Phone 969-2981.1 THROUGH THURSHAY. All
.. with one run each in the watching the spring's the four-hit pitching of :22.5 in the 220 were both re- for 2 $ti2.50 per week ttcng High School suojecta. Business
of future gridders I cords. The 100-yard dash record laoies. Age 37 to 63. Per I Courses. Conversational,
fourth and fifth innings. crop Bill Epps in the City Softball manent. Car This YOUR OLD WATCH will i
:; Freshman second sacker through two weeks of spring League. Dewayne Elder had he broke was 10.15 set is NOT Insurance.necessary.For per- I make the oown payment on a : Testing Spanish.senricei.Mecnanical White Drawing.students

Mark Hamilton scored in the football drills Coach Lennard three hits for four times at in 1955 by Jimmy Reddish, sonal interview in your area,, beautiful new Bulova ac \ : contact L. H. Gibson-

$ THR1FTOM fourth on a double by center Register vertured yesterdaythat bat, including a home run for and the 220-mark was his owna please write Mr. Camp. 659 Dahmers Discount House. ,I USO Bldg. O<<1ce. Negro students *
t Genes 193-A-49-M after "some of these younger 22.7. West Peachtree. Street N. E.I tfchg : contact Prof. Eddie
fielder Lennox the winners. Garden also defeated -
tube (overall diag.M72) In. Atlanta
sq. picture 8. NO POWN PAYMENT Tbompkins. RJE
material. schools and over High SchooL
he had walked.and stolen sec- boys are really good Brooker 14-2 last Twenty Georgia.4tchg 5-24 REQUIRED
Spring' drills began April 300 boys took place in the ----- tfchf
in the
ond. Terrell singled Thursday night to extend its LOST: Wallet, beige including 2 BR House-Lake PrivilegesH.
V fifth and stole second to I 16. two weeks ago, and will winning. steak, tot6 games. meet. Tornado places were: personel cards money. W. Heater, good well & REAL distributor OPPORTUNITYArea wanted for

score the Tornadoes' fifth I last for a month. About 45 In other action Williams 120-yard high hurdles1 etc in vicinity of Southside pump, full bath, L. R. & Din-I oroven product that provides

efcantage war of this sens* Only run on a wild throw by the boys are out for the drills: Jewelry bounced back from Seymour, 14.9. Elem. School. Tuesday. Re- jug Area-Lot 100 x 185 Just I steady sales in city. county
off S.
Rebel third baseman. which are limited to those last week's defeat, trounced 180-yard low hurdles11 ward. Contact Mrs. Eugene R. 100-At Crystal and suburban areas. Be your
BCA Victor
1 TV buy! A smart, Williams. 969-1251. ltp ; Lake Homesites. No rent-
who played football last Seymour, 21.4.100yard I own boss with earning potentials
The Tornadoes then scored Brooker 24-3, and .edged Na- Payments are on the pur- :
et tester Nb Super-Power- FOR SALE 3 bedroom house of over $1,000 per
in the sixth on Register praised quarter- 10-7 to remain in chase price We have key-
four runs tural Gas
i:9d: "New Yfete" Imx tot unsur- $ back Donald Falcon and full- 10.1 3] Gardner 10.4 and % acre in Lawtey. L. G. Move in now. mo. Your customers, who are
$14995No three singles by Kelly, Jack- second place with, a 5-1 re- Teston. Rt. 1. Box 83-A. Law- established for you are se:?
S E.
4.aeed' performance from many son and catcher Mike Frick back Mickey Agner. both 8th cord. Claude H rdee was the '220-yard dash-21 Register, tey. eto Keystone McKay Heights.- Realtor Itchg.- I lected retailers onjy. Noh01J(5e

the ice. graders, and guard Tom Moore in both 22.5; 31 Gardner 23. 5-31\ -to house canvassing.
: $ stations. 13ower Pack" to put game on I winning pitcher games FOR RENT Adults \ FOR SALE Automatic
ig Full-Picture Tube. Terrell had three hits In and tackle Mike Maruca, both and also had five home 440-yard dash31 B. Dow- First class first floor washer $35; Electric- iron $5; i! Product item. Investment is a repeat purchase
Trade for their fine ling, 53.5.880yard. ment. Two bedrooms. Private apprpx.
four'tries for Starke while sophomores runs during the week. : Dress form $10; Down comfort $650 for merchandise neces-
"Golden! Throat" sound. A entrance. TV -aerial,
i Kelly had three in five tries showing. Stallings defeated Brooker run11 Darby convenient location. No pets. $10. Phone 964-0135. sary. Act Now. Write Box

value at this low/low price! Needed, including a double. Kouba The annual spring intra- 12-2 last Monday night in the 2:05: ; 21 Noegel, 2:06.9.: 128 North Church St. 5-1C Itchg 823-P % Bradford County

doubled and Jackson and squad game will be played final game .of the. week. Mile run11 Edwards. FOR RENT: 1 & 2 bedroom I FOR SALE Georgia Red Telegraph Starke. 3tp_5-24

$ Frick singled to round out Friday May 25, at 7:30 p. m., STANDINGS: W L GB 4:53-4; 31 Lawson, 458.3: ; 51 furnished apartments. Also 2 Sweet potato plants. Now FOR SALE-70 acre farm. 35
ready. $3 1.000. pull
the Tornadoes' hitting. the coach said. Garden: Resturant. 6 0 Games 5.04. bedroom house. Reasonable. them or $4 per pulled.you J. W. acres in pasture, 15 acres in

:e TH MOST TRUSTED NAME 1H TELEVISION Jackson allowed two hits Williams Jewelry.:. 51 1 Mile relay11 Starke [Dug- Desirable location. W. H. Gaskins. Rt. 2. Box 93. tfchg' bearing truck farming pecan trees.land.20 Frame acres
Nollman. tf chg
0 in the three innings he pit Stallings ,....;;*.. 3 4 3 ger, J. Dowling, Crawford. V FOR SALE-Lake Front house and barns. Located on

ched. Terrell relieved in the Little BoysBaseball Natural Gas . 1 55 Darby, 3:39. OCALA NATIONAL Lots. Santa Fe and Lake graded road 3 ml N. E. of

bottom of the fourth and Now Brooker . . 1 6 5* V Broad jump31 Seymour, FOREST Lockloosa. Terms. Guy Andrews Starke. $12,500. Terms can
no-hit ball the rest 19'A7%". CAMPSITES phone 964-6811. tfchg be arranged. L. J. Prevatt,
WINKLER pitched Under Way Doubles 'Pole vault11 Martin 13' 80 x 100 626 E. Brownlee St., Starke or
of the way while strikingout Mixed CAT FISH DINNER hone 964-9252. ttp 5-10
nine. I.3. ; ] Silcox. Walters [tie], $198 Cash or $1.00EAT

The Tornadoes will play The Jaycee Little Boys Bowling League 11'" $20 Down: $9 mOo HERE EXPKRTENOED WAITRESS
OR TAKE HOME WANTED. Aooly in person at
1 the winner of the Bolles- I Baseball program is now un- Holds BanquetThe Shot put11 Gardner 49' Access to Launching LU'S TAVERN narvien statirant _tfchg

; ELECTRIC Inc. Fletcher game Friday afternoon -: derway as far as practice is 11' 61 Smith' 42.5'. Ramp on Oklawaha River. KINGSLEY LAKE, 4

in Jacksonville In the concerned. For the past two ''Mixed Doubles Bowling Discus11 Gardner, 133' ANGUS HASTINGSBox Phone 533-2391 Itp. HASTINGS MATTRESS

sub-group. Tourney winner. weeks over 70 boys betweenthe League held a banquet last 4%"; 41] Phillips, 114'. 140, Fort McCoy, Fla. COLONIAL FLORIST & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

: 232 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-4081 of that contest will go to the ages of 10-12 have been Friday night' at Camp Bland- High jump11 Seymour McGriff Trading Mart Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. I 710 Lemon St. -- Palatka

practicing as a group on the ing with 25 bowlers attend- 6'4". 130 N. Court St. Flowers wired any place. Flow- Furniture Repaired,
.. -- -- ---- Jaycee field. New G. E. range new refrigerator ers for all occasions locally. Upholstered & Refinished
-- - ing.After
During the next two weeks the dinner, Mayor NOTICE: OF INTENTION TO new home freezers, Phone 964-6291. 506 East NotA MATTRESSES REBUILT
AUCTION the boys will be assigned to a Randal Chitty gave but the REGISTER FICTITIOUS SAME new washers new televisions. St. tfchg New
team and practice twice a Notice is hereby given that Why pay a big profit up to i Innersprings V
to the various win-
trophies the undersigned, under the 40 .per cent when we will FOR SALE-3 BR frame and Box Springs
week with their respective
ners. Receiving the Champion- provisions of Chapter 20,953,
I sell for less than half profit. -
I teams. Laws of Florida. Acts of 1941. house, tile bath. Lot 150x300on Drop Us A Card or Call
ship Trophy were the Blunder Lots of good used appli-
V I IT I will register with the Clerk of paved road.-Vaughn, Silver PALATKA EA 5-9166 V
League games will start the Busters, who included Jim- the Circuit Court in and for ances big savings to you is Lake. Hiway 21A. 9500.

; Price Sale last of this month. my ahd Joanne Rowe, Lemue' Bradford County, Florida, upon our business. No overhead, Terms. Rt. 1, Box 104 Key- STARKE 964-5934
receipt of proof of publicationof no salesman to pay. Itp
and Jackie Williams and this notice, the fictitious stone Heights. 2tp 5-10 MRS. PEGGY SIIALLEE,
of Faustina's Florist SEPTIC TANK cleaning and Starke, Agent
Mixed Doubles and Shirley FOR SALE-1960 Corvair 4 _
Shop, Route 1, Brooker Fla. feed line service. Joe Forsythe, 1
Johns and FaustinaM. door stick shift, 26,000 miles.
; E. L. Lester
Bowling League Lester. Route 1, Brooker, P. O. Box 184, Lake Butler One Owner. $1JOO. Call.Key. FOB SALE
SALE BEONS PROMPTLY 8 A M. Masons To Meet Fla., sole owners. Fla. Phone HY 64163.4tp stone Heights. 4262. ltp Used Refrigerators $29.95 up.
<< Used
Dated this 10th day of May 5-31 Television $29.95 up.
; Being Organized Worshipful Master Merritt A. D. 1962 at Starke, Bradford MORTGAGES FOR SALE-Desirable resi- Convenient Terms. Free de-
County, Florida. I dential lots close in. Terms. livery. Bullington Appliances.
A Mixed Doubles Bowling H. Williams announces that 5/19 4t 5/31) Mortgues available to build Floyd Green. phone 969-2942 100 West Call St. Starke, Fla.

j League is now being organized there will be a regular communication new homes 100%or Loans temodeling. 2tp 5-17, LARGEST DISPLAY of Bulo
SaturdayMay12 for the summer. All persons of Bradford Lodge, In Of Florida The Circuit Eighth Judicial LA RUE CORPORATION FOR SALE-4 bedroom home. va watches for the graduate
I interested must contactthe F. & A. M. at 7:30: p. m. Mon- Circuit In Amd 400 W. Madison-Phone 2 baths, large utility room now at Dahmer'a Discount
day, May 14. I 964-8641. separate dining room House. Payments as low at
Recreation Departmentand screened front porch. Lot 2 $1.00 week. S24FOR
tfchg per 5tchg
After the communication.Past ,
register before 20. I.
May acres. 1126 West Madison.
< At Farr's Bargain Center ll/2 Miles South On Hyw. 301 The league will start in Masfer Herbert S. Green, WATCH FORSWARMING FOR SALE-3 acres of land Phone 964-1001. tfchg ABUNDANT
with one 4-bedroom house and I HEALTH
assisted by officers of the
J June and will be scheduled for\ one 2-bedroora house 8 bearing FOR SALE-1955 pick-up
: The trend is to
j Kitchen Ranges, Dining Sets, Living Room Sets, Chairs, Friday nights at 7:30 at the I lodge, will confer the Fellow- pecan trees. Sell all or truck. 1946 pulpwood truck, Countless thousands have

Bowlero Lanes in Gainesville. craft Degree on a candidatenow part. Terms. 301 [North], welding machine and torch. learned that Chiropractic re!
Sofas, Rugs, Bed Room Sets, Bedding And Many Other I in waiting. turn; 1st grade to right after I! Mrs. Millard M. Griffis. i stores health after other
Buck's Grocery. Contact Ida Dhone 969-1682. ltp methods fail so they take the
It Items To Numerous To Mention. Lee or L. C. Brown. 2tp 5-10 PEYTON FLORIST short road to health and see

My Sincerest THANKS 119 S. THOMPSON ST. the Chiropractor first.
WANTED: Cottage on Kings- The Bellinger Clinic in
V PHONE 964-4155
V ley Lake. 1 2 weeks in Au-
:.i I or Starke is open evenings until
... 1 wish to take this
means of expressing gust.-Write L. N. May 1010 I NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 :

f V New Complete Bath Room FixturesV : my. deep appreciation to those who, voted NE 20th Place. Gainesville.Fla. DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe I 8:30.Problem cases given special

Lavatory Bath Tub and h' for me in the May 8 primary, and to all Ph. FR2-8297. 3tp 5-24 Wire Flowers Anywhere .attention._Stchg 5-31
\ tfchg FOR RENT Kingaley Lake
Toilet, Complete With All $$9800 .: :' .V-V .the citizens of Bradford County who were FOR SALE \ furnished 2 bedroom house.
FOR SALE-3 work mules.
', so cordial and friendly during the cam Ready mix concrete concrete I Well heated. Available to
FIXTURES AT ONLY block piers, fence posts, sand j jcement' H. Brown. Rt. 2. Box 171. June 1. Phone 9644201 or
paign. I appreciate 'your"many courtesies I' Dhone 964-1865. 3tp 5-17
., V :mortar mix! rock steel \.964-9741._ tfchg
V and am proud of the many new friends I roof FOR SALE Three bedroom
j OR BETTER STILL Ii oyster shell, limerock and WE DON'TSell

'. \ ,,' made during the campaign. Thanks, again LET, gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg house.conditioning.Gas furnace VA financing.and air I you we help you buy.

V Better Than Linoleum Prices ..r ..' .' .:. : : for everything! V Bradford Engineering Co. Attractive location in City. Good selection of new ana

., Call 964-1282 for information. used 8' and 10' wide Mobile
V Kitchen Floor Covering In 4 Lovely .....' ,iP OTHMA J. (OSSIE) NORMANPd. I Florida II Pest 1 1I tfche Homes.

V Designs-No Borders For Wall To Wall Strawberries2Sc MOWERS LAKE GENEVA
( PoL Adv.) .:,t* ALL TYPE LAWN
$S It --ITo WAY. SAWS FILED. CALVIN I 1 ml SE of Keystone Hts.

.. I Control!I : JOHNS, phone 884-1441. on Route 100

,, My Friends of Bradford County: Q1 tfchg tfchg

J ..
V \
V New Nylon Plastic Upholstered To: all of you who expressed your confidence FOR RENT 3 room aU BE SURE to see WORLD
electric eouipted apartment.To BOOK before buying any en-
. ; i in me by giving me vote ..ODi You Pick ThemJ.
: ROCKERS 13 95 : your single or Christian couple. cyclopedia. M A. Payne. your

.. :1. i & Mal 8,1 am deeply and humbly grateful.I PhnriA IIRQ-1 fi45 tfchg local representative since! 1951

t. .' i I feel that I am richer by many new friendships -,. R. WainwrightFarm GOOD USED Ranges and re- Box 603. Pa. 964-3794 tfehff-

: 't 1 .' NEW 24 x 24 Inch Electric -' I. made during the campaign and l'' frieeratort at nrics YOU can FOR RENT -2 bedroom unfurnished -
-V.v.. afrd. North Florida 8unoivRt apartment. Phone
assure you that I. hold nothing but goodwill On Road 16 41, F. C,11, tfrh 4-492l tfchjc
; L"H JET. KOOL FANS 1995t
,> toward everyone. I hope I will have HOUSEKEEPEIUWANTED
f"' i 2 Miles East of Starke FURNISHED APARTMENTS:
VSi V ':>.'" the privilege of seeing each one of you In lights and water furnished.
: : the near future and Inquire Bullinrton: Studio or
Good tfauVfag per-
Uqed you
Refrigerators from $25 c FOR RENT-Cottage over 321 West Madison St. tfche
sonally for your support.r ;" Vi TAKE CHANCES water Kingsley Lake. By week Housekeeper wanted for

"r month. Phone 069-2311. SMALL FARMETTE 12 family of five. Preferred

>., PARK'S BARGAIN CENTER i Again-My Sincere Thanks! PHONE ... tfchg! acres-nice. partly home-furnished good location age 30-45. For further information .

V FOR RENT 2 bedroom. Good price and terms. write immediate
J. A. (R. G) GRIFFJj .. 8TROUT iLi' '. U. S- 301
I ; house. unfurnished. 640 W. : JY' i* **>823-A
lVz MILES\ SOUTH ON) HYW. 301 964 396SI Gardner St. Guy Andrews South. Starke. Phpne Waldo care

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Ave. from Hwy. 100 to Hwy. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLAWTEY ther and sister-in-law Mr. ill at her home in Walter- 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship. Johnson, Robert Clarke Mary administered at the close of

21, and Nightingale St. between and Mrs. Arvie Yarber in boro,S. C. They returned Sun- ,11 a. m. Bro 6:30: p. m. Eve- Bell Tyson, Odessa Hampton, the message. The evening sermon -

Hwys. 100 and 21. \ Jacksonville. On Monday they day and report that she is no ning Service and Holy Com- Barbara Stalls,, Sammie White was brought by the sponsor -

County RoundupNews East on Pecan St.. from' visited her mother, Mrs. Bel- better. munion, 7 p. m. 'Constance Williams C. J. .

Orchard St. to Hwy. 21. By. Enia Blanchard va McDonald, in Marietta. Mr. and :Mrs. John Wyrick The Woman's Missionaryand Brown.Levi Dexter Mary Jenkins -

East Lakeview Dr.. from .&&&&&&&...A&.A6jU Mr. and Mrs. George L. of Tallahassee were weekend Educational Convention, James Dell.EASTER .
of in and Around
Significance 21 to 100. Shuford visiting relatives of Miss Elizabeth Ter-
Hwy. Hwy. I were guests Auxiliary to the Mt. Sinai Mis- CEMETERY WORKING

Bradford County. Contributions Welcome. WSCS Meeting in Jacksonville Sunday. ry and Ms. Joyce Futch sionary Baptist Assn., Rev. G. SEALS

Demand For Homes Members .of Grace 'Metho- Mrs. Leona Edwards spent I Jack Wainwright 01 'Way- G. McArthur, Moderator will There will be a working of
dist WSCS met at the par- Mrs. Ruby Johns county the Beulah Church old cemetery
of the week with her
cording to Postmaster part
i cross. Ga. and Louis: L. Wain- convene at New Bethel Bap-
Work On Plant M. Walrath. Jr. Brisk At BrookerBrooker sonage Tuesday night, May son-in-law and daughter, Mr. wright, of Avon Park were tist Church Thursday night, chairman of the Easter Seal in Clay County on Sat-

The 1, with the president, Mrs. H. and Mrs. Louie Lee Wainwright sale urges all persons who urday, May 12. All persons
For present parking problem visiting Mr. and Mrs. Truby May 17. The public is invitedto
Hydrocarbons for Keystone Heights may be heading for C. Wainwright presiding. Mrs. in Avon Park. Wainwright last Saturday. attend. All of the church received seals through the interested in the cemetery are
a home building boom. H. C. Kelly gave the devotional mail to make their contribu- asked to bring tools for work-
Pushing AheadWork _
gradually growing list of patrons Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Smith Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wain- choirs of Starke are invited to
Present demand for homes and the program on "Giv- possible. Re- and help get the
ing ceme-
tions as soon as
will be resolved for sometime were called to his mother wright and daughter. Mrs. sing. Please accept our invita-
on the new $6.000,000 with for people being empolyed at ing Yourself" was presentedby tion turns from seal sales are used tery in good shape for Mo-
ft. and
a 7,040 sq. area who suffered a stroke and William Dixon spent Sunday join in the singing
Florida Hydrocarbons a n dto Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. chil-
Florida" Hyrdocarbon's extrac- for patron and office parking heart attack and who is very with the family. Thursday night. in work with crippled ther's Day.

tion plant one mile north of Office workers will be able General Equipment and Sup- Orville Bumgarner. The report All members of__ Choir__ No._ 2_ dren.
i ply Company may soon bring of ,the nominating com- TYTTTTTTTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYNEWS o 0 on 0 -
has been proceeding work in a completely air con are asked to be present at THE RIGHT POINT for th<
about a surge in new home mittee was accepted, with the TABERNACLERev.
steadily this past month. ditioned building.The construction in the town. i following officers selected for I OF INTEREST TO COLORED 7:30: p. m. Thursday May 10, way you write. Come in and

Twenty of the plant's building of contempo to plan for the choir's anni-
next John Margine conducted select your favorite ESTER-
sure vessels have already arrived rary desig nand featuring While 1.0 definite plans for C. Wainwright; Vice President, versary. Proceeds will go toward services at the Tabernaclelast BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-

and foundations for the much plate glass, is being built t home construction have been purchasing hymn books with communion GRAPH.REMODELING
Miss Enza Blanchard; Secretary ( Elizabeth Givens) Sunday
equipment are being constructed. and will be owned by Col Harold announced it is expected same .. .. .. . . . . ... . . . . for the church.
Mrs. P. L. Dinkins; and &&&aaaaaaaaaa aaaa&&a ...
About 75 percent of the W. Ashley of Melrose, who. may be forthcoming as the Honor Roll For 5th
Treasurer Mrs. H. C. Kelly.
Plant's heat exchange equipment will lease it to the departmentfor need for homes mounts. I little harder so that all phasesof Six-Week Period
Refreshments were served by
is ready. five years with a two-. 1 I Department work will be 1st Grade Lavern Bass,
Keystone Receives Mrs. Fox and Mrs. Lee after
When completed the plant year option. adjournment. 100 per cent by the time the Shirley Carter, Linda Jerden SALEWe're

will supply the market with The two lots on which the Insurance Bids Students Give Party books are closed. Present Carolyn Jones, Levy Lennon, '

propane, butane and natural building rests were originally. For Mrs. Futch. 11k! membership is 97 per cent and Alfred Lindsey John Hall :

gasoline which will be extrac- purchased from W. B. Belote The Keystone Heights town The 5th Grade students of 31 new members are neededto Gwendolyn Miller, Clarence I
The Process Of
ted from gas piped to the and had been subject of some council opened bids for thee Lawtey Junior High surprised I I make 100 per cent. The va- i Price, Sandra Cuffee Daisy I In

,\ plant,from Texas.Construction controversy because they town's insurance while in session their teacher M rs. Joyce' vious Unit presidents pledgedto Davis,Malton Covington, Mary i Remodeling. We Must Clear

residential-zoned. However the last Thursday with Rey- I get these in before May 17, Tyson, Joyce Woods, Abie Williams ,
work the Futch, with
a birthday party
town council recently rezonedthe nold's Insurance Agency being 1962. and Kenneth Jenkins. i Out Many Items To Make Way
plant is being done by the recently on the Milo Smith I
area, making it availablefor declared the low bidder. Bids .: It was announced that the 2nd (Grade Cynthia Brox- :
Hudson Engineering Corporation lawn. A beautiful birthday
its new use. were also received from thee Mid-Winter Conference will ton, Gloria Covington, Linda I II For Our New Merchandise
: of Houston. Texas. cake cut by Mrs. Futch, was I
.. I The main building will b George LaRue Agency. be held at Coconut Grove, and I Leggett, Cynthia Tyson, Vin-
Grade work has been completed served with other refresh- g. +
44x52 providing an interior of > z zwN the Constitutional Conference son Price. Sylvia Jackson. Cor- COME IN AND SAVE
ments. The students also pre-
and construction of
g a
2.161 sq. ft. A 20x29 loading Keystone Airport will be held in Orlando. The nelia Griffin, Sharon Hankerson -
I 24 mile railroad spur from sented their teacher with a
Department Convention will
platform is planned. Horace Jones, Cleveland
the Seaboard Air Line track is Eyed For Use gift. Hostesses with the child-
be held May 31 through June Morris, Velma Mitchell, Jac-
ren were Mrs.. Arvis Kirkland, 16 ONLY Reg. $1.70
progressing on schedule un- 3 at Miami Beach. At the last
quelin Shirley Peter
der the C. G. Hurst Construc- Paving ProjectsFor By Moody Group Mrs. Earl Teston, Mrs. Knightand Airman Assigned Auxiliary meeting, Mrs. Co- Joan Williams. 5 Lb. Bestwall

tion Company of Atlanta KeystoneTo Keystone Heights is being The Mrs.Churches Smith.At : Airman-Basic Andrew L. rene McNeal was elected as Srd GradeLergertha Grif- System . 98cJoint

Betterson, son of Mrs. Juanita delegate. fin Linda Sandra
considered the Matthews.
Be Let Soon by Moody Bible Grace Methodist: Church
s New Post Office Institute as one of several School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Mack of Route 2, is being assigned Watch the paper for date of Matthews. Geraldine Singel-

5 prospective sites for to the U. S. Air Force annual Poppy Sale. ton, Ray Tyson. 11 Reg. $3.85
school Bags
For Contracts for four highway a worship, 11 a. m. Evening ser-
Keystone technical training course for Club News 4th Grade Lane,
paving projects in Keystone for technical training of it's I vice, 8 p. m. MYF each Wed- I 25 Lb. Bestwall
supply specialists at Amarillo The Carnation Club held its Bettl Davis, Carolyn Brown,
Now Under missionaries, The I
Way Telegraph
Heights are expected to be let nesday, 8 p. m. This Sun- $250Topping
AFB, Texas. He has just regular meeting in the Reno
learned this week.A com- Daisy Coleman, James Mc- Compound -
this month as the result of a day, Mothers' Day, Mrs. Fox
plete dhis basic military train- Theatre Monday night with Gollie, Ronald Strong.
Construction work has started $2,000,000 bond issue floatedby representative of Moody will preach on the topic
on the new Keystone Bible Institute recently spent ing at Lackland AFB and was president in charge. Host for 5th Grade Donnie Jackson -
the Clay County Board of "Equipped for Opportunity.
selected for the advanced the meeting was Mrs. Saran Alvin Green, Sandra Wil- 24 Sheets
Heights Post Office at the Commissioners. Five districtsin some tim in Keystone Heightsto First Baptist, Sunday

northeast corner of Lawrence the county will each receive ascertain the advantages School, 10 a. m. Morning Worship course on the basis of his interests Prince., liams. Mahogony Paneling -
I and aptitudes., The Fiesta Social Club accepted 6th Grade Anthony De- 595
Blvd. and Cardinal St. $200,000 for road work. and possibility of any avail- 11 a. m. Training Union -
able sites. Thurston In The News Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sue, Ralph Byrd, Linda Din- 5-8x4x8
When completed early in Keystone Heights paving 7 p. m. Evening Service, 8 p. Slightly Damaged EACH
The May activity DeSue as members at the last
The Institute sends mission- program kins.
I July the new office will considerably will include: m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday -
aries will be sponsored at the school meeting. Plans are being made 7th Grade Johnny Proc- .1
throughout the world
I ease the depart- 8 p. m. 30 Doors . $t00
A 5% mile stretch running -
grounds Tuesday, May 15, for the club's birthday party
i ment's work now being conducted and trains them to care for Honor RollLawtey ter, Henry Dommon, Mary <
from the McRae station and repair their own airplanes from 1 to 3 o'clock. Will you which will be held at the Chandler, Shirley Brown, Ivan Odd Sizes-All Types EACH
I in much smaller quarters Junior High an-
north to Hwy. 21; Orchard come out and enjoy an Club Bala. Also in the plansis
McCollum Leverson
which in Shirley I
at the present office ac- are used Asia Africa nounces the following Honor
I i, and other underdevelopedareas. Roll for the 5th six-week pe- ning of fun and laughter? a beach party in June. Gloria Davis, William Lane 30 Windows . $200

This part of the riod: Other schools in the county Hosts for the next meetingwill Dorothy Davis. I Odd Sizes-Sash Types '

training would be given in 1stDerrel Basse, Ewell will take part and music will be Mr. and Mrs. Baker. 8th Grade Barbara MC-

Keystone Heights if the town Craft, Daryl Hilliard Wayne be provided by the RJE Band. Mrs. Gladys Blye reporter. Collum, Coy Jackson. Jacque- ,

BUCK'SGROCERY" receives approval as a site. Teston, Debbie Dyal, Peggy -Mrs. S. C. Price, teacher. Church NewsBethlehem line Marshall, Shirley Brown,

Airport facilities near this Griffis Hyta Johnsonv Nancy Commencement Activities Freewill Baptist, Joyce Reddish, Velma Peek. I Bradford Bldg. Supply

city were also inspected by theInstitute's Norton. Mary Smith, Valaria Senior final examinations, Rev. Louis McKay pastor. The llth Grade Betty Crum,
May 16-17. JuniorSeniorProm usual schedule will be followed Cum-
I Robert Wade Gloria
II re pre s e ntative Turner. I 301 E. CALL ST. PHONE 964-5291
invitational 18. week. Sunday I
I since this would become an important -, 2nd- Bubba Bennett Joey May throughout this mings, Mary Perdue, Mary

.{ and MARKET factor to training mis- Bennett, Wayne Wainwright Home-Making Fashion Show May 13, Sunday School Dell, Floria Hudson, Sandra

chosen.i May 20._ Second Semester ex- will begin at 9:30: a. m. in order Long Booker .T. Marshall, j
: sionaries if a site:was Donny Wise Sheila Norman WATCH FOR OPENING'OF
Half Mil North of City[ Limits-U. S. 301 aminations; May 2223. Senior for members and friendsto Houston
The Keystone Heights town Norma Jean Prevatt, Norma. 12th ifirade Leola -
Appreciation Night [invita- attend Fellowship Union at OUR NEW
council it's last meeting in Leverson, Elaine
M. as Lou Redding.3rd Margie
7 AM. 11 P
tional], May 24. Baccalaureate 11 a. m.
April approved the opening of Junior Austin, Lynn Pinion, Mary McBride Ruby I VAGABOND CORNER
May 27. Class Night, May The annual Mother's Day
one run-way for night flying. Boch Dale Griffis, Jerry Tes White Herman Johnson, John I
The lighting for the: 28. Commencement: May 30. program will start at 7 p. m. Billie Bryant, Ola IMPORTS GU"1'SORM01HERS
necessary ton Joey Sapp Pam Tye. I UNIQUE -
McKensey's Frozen FoodsYour run-way has been ordered andis 4th Mary Lee Fugate I Senior Graduation Party [in- The president of the Senior Mae Britt, Maeretha Wanton,,I
vitational May 31. Mission, Mrs. Sarah Prince, Robert'''
expected in the near future. Regina Bladieux MarceUa Franklin Richardson
American Legion AuxiliaryThe asks all members to be pres- j.
Barney Cam a licensed me- Hardee Margaret Starling Diggs Milton Ellerson, Lonnie
Constitutional Confer- ent at this time. Mt. Moriah
Choice-9 OZ. PACK- chanic, is on duty at the port. Donna Lamb. I
ence of the 11th District De- Methodist Church Rev. L. H.
Charles Smith Bonnie
5pj partment of Florida was held McLendon pastor, will hold
ax1ey. Carol Baxley Con-
First Foreign April 28-29 with the president regular services this Sunday
nie Eunice. Dianne Teston.
c Mrs. Clifton presiding over starting with Church Schoolat
BUTTER. BEANS Showing Set 6th Bonnie Rosier Billie
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all sessions. Delegates from 9:30.: Morning Service and
Griffis Betty Joe Sapp Char-
For RediMillThe Auxiliary 314 were Mrs. Co- Love: Feast at 11 a. m- Evening -

Cut or Whole les Norman. rene McNeil, secretary of the i Service at 6:30: with Holy ......
BABY OKRA first foreign showing of 7th Annie Barnes. Fer- i fOR WIVES
unit; Mrs. Altamease Chandler Communion by the pastor.-
\ rell Bassell Linda Brassell, .r
the Redi-Mill compartmented Mrs. Ruth Holland, 1st Harry Young, lay reporter.

- tj Cream Style or White Kernel automatic feed mill being Janet Brown, Cheryl Cub- vice president, and the president Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church,

\i CORN manufactered by the General bege, Linda Devore. Mrs. L. M. Royal Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor. rORAHDMOlHERS
- 8th Johnny Tye Karen
Supply and Equipment Com- observedthis
The Division president and Trustee Day will be

pany at Brooker has been an- Lee. the various chairman reports Sunday starting with Sun-
ENGLISH PEAS 9thPaulette Griffis Sha-
nounced. showed that the 11th Districtas day School at 9:45: a. m.

I' The Redi-Mill will be shownat ron Mosley. a whole is still making pro- Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

BROCCOLI SPEARS the New London: [Ontario] PersonalsMr.. and Mrs. Ralph Higgin- gress. The 4th Division presi- with the Junior Church in Whatever Her Age She Will Appreciate AKELVINATOR
Poultry Show to be held June 6
t visitedthe dent, Mrs. Glasper highly charge. Evening Service, p.
botham of Briceville
PEAS & CARROTS 1921. and commended Unit 314 [Starkelfor m., with the pastor in charge.All .
H. C. Harley family
t The first shipment of the a well-rounded year's re- members are asked to
mill to foreign country was Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Reddish
I a port. pay their dues to the leaders

made last week going to during the past week. In spite of the fact that the for trustees and those persons

Hamilton, Ontario accordingto Miss Mary Julia Futch of 8th District was hi session at who did not make a report to

W. E. Bigham owner of Tallahassee spent the week- the same time, the 11th Dis- the leaders last Sunday for the

MILK Carnation 8 $1.00With General Supply and Equipment end with her mother Mrs. this
cans trict was honored to have the Stewards please do so

$5 Food Order Co.Demand. Joyce Futch. Department president and the Sunday.
t for the mill has increased Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beckettof
visitedMr. Department Sergeant-at-Arms All members are asked to GAS RANGE

GA. RED the company's employ- Youngstown, Ohio and throughout the entire meet- meet with the pastor at 12
ment with 17 welders and hel- and Mrs. Paul Smith
CUT BEANS 2 for 25c noon Sunday.
- family on their way home ing.A
pers and office personnel han- in plea was made for each New Bethel Baptist, Rev. A.
GA. RED dling the operation.HOMECOMINGREVIVAL. from spending. the Unit to go back and work a Vison pastor. Sunday School,
South Florida.Robert

jl TOMATOES 2 for . 25c A. Blanchard of I Featuring:

AT HOPE BAPTIST Thomasville, Ga. spent the I II! Ff ...:". ;:<">:1f<.>..::-..,< .>.:...:">.' ,>>...<,..:.::.<..,:,,"Vn .,.'>.;:::'"'.;,::( :".u..::...... ;,::::":>$:.:.?>:::7-0,..>71P" 30 Inch Top Surface
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PEAS Kounty Kist 2 for 29c week at home. : : tIllIMA"

Hope Baptist) Church at Clyde Wainwright of Bar-! 1IME11: .. ,>A:,.., U Giant 24 Inch Oven
SALT Sterling .. . lOc Theressa will have its annual tow visited his parents over .t".':<,.' .>,>..:.,.<.>..':.. ..;"./i Porcelain Finished Backguard
Homecoming Services on Sunday the weekend. I .: :,. ..: : rf.:: : ..:..:.:..
Automatic Oven Ignition
FAB May 13, Mother's Day. John Roberts of Jackson-III I'
Reg. Size (Limit 1) 25c
Sunday School starts at 10a. ville and Dr..Earl Roberts of with NA-CHURS Removable Drip Pans
I '
,KANSAS QUEEN, Self-Rising m., followed by the Morning Jacksonville Beach were visiting CIS ] o Broiler With Drop-Down Door
I Worship at 11. Dinner will be Mr. and Mrs.,George Roberts :

FLOUR 10 Ibs. 89c served at 12:45: and there will during the week. Mr.::I I ATOMIC ENERGY PROVEN :

be singing in the afternoon. and Mrs. Lonnie: Roberts of == -.- Only
GRITS Jim Dandy 5 Ibs. 29c Revival services will start St. George Ga. spent Sunday:

Monday night. May 14. with with the family. 'I'

MEAL Cabin Home 5 Ibs. 29c Rev. Merle Pack- Wells attended -
I the pastor Mrs. Mae I LIQUIDiFertilizer

ham, doing the preaching each the Convention of Postmastersat : fl95WITH

ROYAL I night. Song Service will begin Winter Haven this week. I -

RICE Long,Grain-5 Ibs. 59c I each night at 7:45 with Rev. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly !

I Fred. Dobb of Keystone and Wendel were visiting Mr. i s 16 *

Heights in charge. Kelly's brother-in-law and I

MEATS AND POULTRY I "If you enjoy Bible preach- sister Mr. and Mrs. R. Q- '
ing and good Gospel singing Tomlinson in Ocala Sunday LOCAL USERS ARE NOW

FRYERS Grade A Ib. . 25c II you will be blessed by attending afternoon.Mrs. I GREATER STRAWBERRY YIELDS! TRADE

Limit-::3 With Order these services" Ret. Pack- O. J. Phillips Mrs. V. R.I: Experiments in Florida and elsewhere show tobacco

i i ham said. Reddish and Mrs. Lula 'I'
yields increased several hundred pounds per acre.
BOL I GNA All Meat.- 49c man were guests at a birthday
I The pastor and congregationof dinner given in honor of Mrs. Corn, Cotton, Beans, :Melons and Tomatoes show in-

: Hope Baptist extend aI I yield and profit per acre.with NA-Churs, BUDGET TERMS
; PORK CHOPS Ib. . 59c warm welcome to the public Sudie Norman by her son-in- creasing
which is licensed by the Atomic Energy Commission.
.1.1I to attend the homecoming and. law and daughter, Mr. and

i,.1I I BEEF Fresh Ground lb. - 49c revivaL I II II I I their Mrs. home Lester in Sponholtz.Jacksonville as z i NOW AVAILABLE NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLYCall

Sunday.Mr. .
STEW All Good Meat Ib. 59c I
THE RIGHT POINT for the.. and Mrs. Raymond Saber

LIVER Beef 3 Ibs. : : $1.00 way you write. Come In and' were visiting Mr. and I PHONE 782-3541 Us For Service, Tool

select your favorite ESTER- Mrs. Luther Billiard Sunday.Mr. Luther Hilliard Store Lawtey

E PICNICS Sunnyland lb. 29c II I I BROOK GRAPH.Fountain Pen. TELE I II .children and Mrs. Ira spent Standridgeand Sunday Inquire at Store Highway 225 412 E. CALL ST. PHONE 9642113I

with: Mrs Standridge'5 bro I

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r Nothing Like '1,. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf were: P'es dent, Miss Iva METHODIST CHURCH ley and Virgil Owen of Starke

tywyyyyyy Vyyyyyyyyyyyyryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy' Beam And falhony\ Runoff( ; \G663 Neighbors Hillyer; Vice-president' Mrs. VV MELROSE enjoyed a lay of sightseeingin

; irr L MELROSE I Glenn Th yer; Secretary, Miss Palatka, St. Augustine, ana

I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS < ir. In'Tifife 'Need! Vc1. .Helen- ', Waddie. ; and, Treasurer key. Kenneth W. Griffith, Green Cove Springs. returning -
t i Mliiliiee\ Scores 1st Primary Win"i j* By Airs. Alice Rothhammtr c Mrs.' C. R. Hook. The last V'V Pastor to Grandin in the earlY

.. V K. lT C ; and Mrs. T.V A. kan- i meeting will be a luncheon Sunday School 9:45: a.m. evening by way of Starke M. V
By Mary scha r I m "t t : : lt &lil l l i..i '
: V cock, of Lake Windtt, He'ar I at the home of Mrs. G. M. MIen Worship 11. a. m. Owen made the statement that
! &AAAAAAAIAIA All...& &tk. .&.k'i'i. & i i lii&. Cfay :bounty Commissioner Burris, with 1,282 for the 1 Melrose, their, daughter Mrs. Jr. MYF '
---- ------ -- -p-p-pp pp pppppp p ppt *.' and MCF 7 p. m. he hear wedding bells
, Mrs RW.' -of can
, Murr1 on
Ottd e bf Keystone Dist. 2 'County Comn iSS William E. Parker, arid granddaughter Mr. Worship
I : Mrs. Maurice May- Evening 8 p. m. Mrs. Ruby Rosson has returned -
Cancer field N.
Crusaders' CalendarS. ,r--Mis: ; .Charles 'Mellenius, Helinfs wtm reeleclion'ovfer Raymond Trew, third : 'J.; has returned home
I E. McKay, chairman of IRoad Block Chairman, has Ur- Nevil Parker, were after spending several weeks' berry are visiting her mother to her home in FranKfort -
two opponents in' Tuesdays man. ,in the race, potted iIt.! awakened at 1:40 a. m. Friday Mrs. Bernice Miller TRINITY EPISCOPAL }
the Keystone tlnlt the I the'I 'O" 'I''I'In i in her Lake Santa in Wash- Ky. after a1s1t m
: of :American Yan&e'd to have Some bf & School Boara cottage on [
for the 'Clay priorityDist. the Dist.
I! primary April 27, by their faithful ington, D. C. ciiuRcii MELROSE with her sistel'm1j I
Cancer Society, has announced -. youngsters ,of our community 4 post.MurrBSe Tace, :Mrs. LOuise Knbwles : Fe visiting friends and rela- : I I Grandin \
I '?ar.goal of $1,000 for lend; their talents onMay 12 : polled 2,384 votes might sneak t> without a I tives including her father L. \ Duplicate "Sundays 10 a. m. Church j, law> Mrs. Margaret Stuart
( ) y the, door <1
ping ,aga.in4 'an Bridge club First
': this area. Watch the poster in to solicit ,for this cause. him afirst, primary runoff, If she vets enough '6f I M. ,PearsalU were: place, School. 11:45: a. m. Morning David Brantley accompanied -
to/give \: 'excitedly. Mrs. John
his wthklow ,at McKay Real Belote's Rexall Drug Store victory over b. A. Tony Baker 'the 100 absentee ball ts yet to barking VV. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Allen Strawn and Mrs. Prayer and Sermon [First the Melrose High School
Thisis, ythe, story as told Bama
Estate. showing the thermometer will have a "Coffee Day" on with 1,655 and :Jack be counted. She polled 2,036 V and sons of Jacksonville recently -' Boyd; Second place,! Sunday, Holy Communion]. 6 Band, on a tour of the Palatka
in a letter to The Telegraph) Mrs. M iy Cook
Miss Iva
and: last Thursday. ending: \
I climbing each day until May 14. and all proceeds from Sterner, with 358. Votes.to 1.150 for Ed Taylor, visited Mr. and Mrs. V p.m. Episcopal Young Church- schools
: this goal is reached or topped.. .the sale of coffee bn that day In the ClAy County Dis. '3 rid 925 for Frank- Salvonik.Dr. from' .Co Hancock:', If VV t', W. H. Allen and family. I Hillyer; Third place Mrs. their trip with a picnic! lunch

I Mrs. ,Robert. S. Hendry, will also go to the A. C. S. Besure V Scoot Board nee, William JR. M. Paterson and Dr. ;}fy*' 'Ve"-e-sprang out of bed Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. A. J.1 Walter: Grolick and Mrs. C. men.Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy in the Ravine Gardens

House-to-UouSe.C h a irman, to take your coffee breakat :Beam' polled 162 'votes 'and Luke Glennan face a runoff andCaled.the V daughterlightly. Shannon of. Jacksonville Mr. ;' C. Maxson; and Fourth place, Communion.The j Mac' P hlmn of Big Rock .'
not tO.1wakenp1e.
a has all her Cancer Crusadeers Belote's on May 14! will be) in Ihe 29 run-off the Dist. 1 School B liid ,;,,50 j as and Mrs. F. E. Wilson and Mrs. ,Bessie Rutherford and Rev. Lee W. Heaton Tenn. was a recent visitor at
May for g oare, been r cpyeiibr. Mrs. G. M. Allen, Jr. I the.hom'e Mrs. Annie Sike.sIt t
: of
: and: they will be on the Plan to have your dinner ipth incumBent? A. E. [Bud] post.' Patterson P 1f d'I.903, Mr. and Mrs.' Whitey Eland Vicar. .
march May 8. 9. and 10. Wel- this Friday,. May 11, at Key n. Everett from p. u.heart ,, J' were Sunday guests of Mr. I I School News .V.-<> ; was a pleasant reunion beVttv&n -
Anthony, who polled 1,598 to 1,306 for Glenn March 5.1 ,She got d trusty .VyvywVyVvvy'Iyvmvvy'GRANUIN '
... .$ The Melrose Beta Club attended and teacher.
come your crusader at your stone Beach starting at 5:30p. : V in Charles trailed .i. and MrS V. Y. .Crawley. j I I pupil
Third man the race, ivey with 1,032. ," .otir..German .Luger, pistol I : the State Beta Club
; Charles Kilgore and
home ' and Mrs. M. D. Hobt of Mrs.
with generous con m. Through the cooperartive Peace. Mr.
[Chuck] Newman got a :. For Dist. 2 Justice of drawer anjdshejand
tribution toward a worthy efforts o the Keystone count of '558. All three candidates fIeld from.pie-/Jressey Riviera Beach spent last weekend ? i Convention at the George son Rickey, and Mrs. Kilgore
Dean "Jackson led the Tim IMrs- Parker]
cause that may some day save Lions Club, and the Keystone < with her parents, Mr. and Washington in Jackson mother Mrs. C. E. Sapp of
your life. If you sbould be missed Rotarians, it will be fish fry V Heights.are from Keystone with '535. :vot'es; -'", 'o ut faces 'a were jjn! their way to .1 locate Mrs. E. L. Ferrell. I, vile May 4-5., Misses Carol By Mrs. Rebecca Brntley&AAAAAAAAA4V4AAAAAVAAAA1 '.Palatka, called on friend

call Mrs. Hendy at 4268, with all the, trimmings. Tic' ; In other Clay County races: run-off with Walter Manhart, the;)ttt1(1 !. V Mrs. Lee Williams of Dundee i Hurst and Margaret Slade her one ,:jay last week
"When1 they inlo the
or drop your contribution off kets will be $1 for adults, and Louis Huntley polled i 1,885 to 321. Roy Bradley polled 266, ; got former resident of Mel- ; represented the Melrose Clubin 'i Funeral services were held
they 'dficdveredkl I'
: at Mr. McKay's office. 75c for children the.. proceeds I go Into a run-off with Sidney and Berthi: V Barr n 162. ;living; :_i 1.t:f_room ft:..:....._i* _iL*_ -_*> .:_- tt.'L.+ rose, visited Mr. and Mrs. R- .the. .talent.. show. ,Friday Mrs. Callie Rye has return- i' at Paran Cemetery at 2 p. m
- mall inc wnuic waa:: U_UI/1
>iiy mgni wun a pantomime act. K. Joflns-
sevi i for Morgan
will also go to 'the American ,- F. Simmons recently. ed home after spending Tuesday
Cancer Society. lence, and that they subscribe sonviile. di$. I was awake' by this Mrs. Ima Self of Gainesville Teachers from Melrose who eral days in Winter Park. ,i ton. 54 of Swan Lake. He b
MANYTHANKS V time arid lold\ Tim to ball the ( Convention
Cool Idea For Hot Weather to ten popular magazines, including Dates to remember are June spent Wednesday with her attended the FEA' where she attended a post-; -=urvived by his wife. Eleanortwo

friends for their' Die. you ever wish there one for children and 23, Class of Instruction: ,, with Melrose Volunteer Fire De- parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E.| in Miami.. recently included masters convention daughters, Mrs. Beverl
my was some place in town where one V for teenagers? Worthy Grand: Matron Leota partment. This was bit C i pbell. Mrs., Harriet Leiberman. Mrs Weekend; guests at the homeof i Lewis of Gainesville, and

.votes on May 8 and,. tbeir you_ could: get out. of the fcun The Keystone Heights grosser: ;and August 28, Robert 15.:- Mrs. Eugene Easterling and and Mrs. Harrison Murphy}: Mrs. J. F. Herring were Mrs. June Heiman of Bowie.

I support during the past while you wait for the' -kids to i Branch Library is open each Morris Picnic. Chapter "Henry Williams answered, children of Gainesville spent Mrs. Mildred Worley, and Mrs. her daughter, Mrs. LamarrClough I Md.. and a sister, Mrs Ada

campaign. I, get their hair cut?-Or for the
Although not elected as wife to do her shopping?-or from 3 p..m.: till 7rP..m..andon .. months of July, August, and Veoban arrived with ttieFire in-law and sister, Mr. and!| The Melrose Band, under twp ,granddaughters, Barbara liams-Thomas Funeral Horn t|
: Saturdays from 10 a. m Department. R ss'el Nobles Mrs. the (direction of Dr. H. D. Gainesville was in charge H\
County. Commissioner the husband to take care of September. Glynn Rothhammer. and Pamela Herring of Gain-' of '
your some business? until 2 p. m. Stop in and get It's A Boy.! w4s _at th' forks_ (of the\ The Women of Trinity Episcopal -I Hovhannissian.. . visited, and,.. esvxUe. ; also Miss Donna Burton of arrangements.
; I .havev the interest of Did you.know that thereis acquainted. They'll be lOoking Congratulations are in order road and sent them in. Just Church met and elected)I gave' performances at two Pa- '. of": Qahiesville.' Grandin friends wish to extend V

all Clay Cdiinty at heart just such a place conveniently -: for you! for, Dr.,and Mrs. Phillip K. as they *arrived Ihe l gasolinebnk new officers. Those elected > latka schools. Mrs. Walter Moody who has I deepest sympathy to thi

and promise my cooperation 'located between the Carol ,Is Surprised Parsons on, the birth of their ,on ,i practically new i V been under observation for the I Johnston family-

: and best efforts n"any barber shop and McKay's Real On Friday evening May 4. fourth: .,child, a son. on April Rki blqr, '$started raying .gas i past week at St. Vincent's !

project-for Ihe good of the Estate office. '. Carol Gardner. ,. daughter. J of 29 iiji Bradford) County ..Hospi 'JlV the j>lace. Thiee; storetoobi ; President! Mrs. Lena ClemI I On their way hoce, they stop- Hospital in Jacksonville un- ,

: county and the community. And did you know that you Mr. and Mrs.- 9.cV9ard; I- tal. He. has been named:'Thomas filled with dishejs, MlVerware lobs; Vice President, Mrs., ped at Destin to go deep-sea ,3erwent major surgery on Iii!

: 'art not i required to pay anything ner having' attained the i age ,IQwight.: Dr. :Parsons ,is furhiture, t6ois, etc. Shirley Whidden; Sec.. Mrs.I fishing, and they came home Tuesday. ::1

Sincerely .'ex: ept' a small fee for of 16 years, was guest (honor KeystoneHeights'. dentist. werie \ complete l ssVa; s w llas Mary K. Schaeffer' ; and Trea- with quite a catch on ice, including Friends wish to extend congratulations V I

D. A. (Tony) Baker books kept over two weeks? at a surprise party held In Gators Visit Paters! .. the car and' the buildftig. surer, Mrs. Bea Cooper. I sea bass, red snapper to Mr. and Mrs 1 I!,

V Did you, know that yourPublic the ,Masonic' Hall. Accordingto -:There t was a lot :of excite- "The Melrose Volunteer Fire hoir )Practice: has been'disciontmued I and scampi. W. D. Gornto bn their 7th ;1

; [Pd. Pol.,Adv.] Library now has read- aH reports:rshe, was genuinely ment Monday ,morning down Department .and ctHer,jieighb'ors -: until. October. Last Saturday night George IK$dding anniversary. Mrs. '
._surprised.. About 50 on Nelson's Point when jeally .on, t r)9b) Leath David Schaeffer Ernie Gornto has also celebrated her :
_--- __ __ _..ti., ing tables for .jour" convenIfYou'rtave "- two L ,. ? Ea..ij| Sund'ay! was .the last High
guests were. on,hand''' t) help goo -sized ailigatora w e r | fnth1iii ,it,about 4.!!,"!P..,One Mas Until next fall. Parker, and Bob Jackson 82nd birthday. \
her, <;celebrate,_ and Carol l. received potte, /swimming; just .off] of, ourrJ ighbors Charing Mor- Personals' drove to Jacksonville to attend Rebecca Brantley accompanied -i

; / I many lovely gifts. Dan Pater's' Beach. This w aka .I jisbn, stayed; oh until alxmfc Mr. and Mrs. Garlon Col- the Beta Club Ball at Mr. and Mrs. O L 1

I. Dancing was 'enjoyed( by all, [ novelty for the Paters, who, !LQ p, ii.ti: : ffeep tHe.sm'QlAeriiig rt l fett Sric sort, 'and Mr. and! the George Washington Hotel, Tanner and daughter of Flo- ;

I.. "--.\ and there.. T'-was a birthday cake moved, to, Keystone,. recently r iins c. slarting. ,fuppved Kirs. Barnard Morris, all offcoswell !! as guests of Reba Hall, Carol {ahohie. on a sightseeing, trip
VV V\V VV VvV.VVVV : : and other refrsiiments.4teV < trottt I P1or ;:n .rtf'are.tlos $ 'k1 ,thifl, ,re-. tJ!.: are spending .Campbell.) Bernice Brune, and last Sunday pfternoon. I I''

: t : i Star News, t including. Mrs.. Pater. I-!. j, from the house w .repiy.hear tiis 'week "with Mr. and Mr,. Jo Wildt, respectively. They Mrs. Rhoda Perry of Melrose :
I iA TasteCupper was who think they "cute" medicine V V q"J report a, wonderful time. attended morning worship -
.:tiM V are : !and I flone Bill Few and family on East. services
Lb' ed"by members; i enjoyf: wpuld hate to see them destroyed. H tfit ,of loth ng..1w.y\ t&keview brlve. Mr.. Maths is I i We hear that folks who at Paran Church anu

4. p kV +V I 1 .April; 17 at tneMasonlc: ; .V They have been in. notying lessthaehu thai; providential. Mrs/FeVs ferother, while Mrs didn't know them wouldn't visited friends here after-

V .after which the;Chapter JitftiaHoh Lake Geneva as.long ,as.anyone S" va&. Y" .d.",A pqflett Is Mrs. Fewi sister. believe that younglookingCoach ward. V

V. Cer'emoiiy wks V Extended can remember; .. and no "Atter. ,alL-isialdjarict. -doh, ;:The FewS and their guests Mike Burdgess and his Correction: H. J. Lattin of
V"V J't ..
I \to 1abflc1nge\ (tittle. one has been.. especially] ; one cannpt live jvithuji 1.n efhbors. \ .. tfrofe to Crescent Beach bnSmfdly younger-looking wife were ac- Grandin says that he is not

SanTa Fe LaU His wife 'Esther ,- cerned -- .but there'J'! 'alwaysthe "."We .cannot .begin jtp ex- and 4 expected'V. to takea son, Julia Walker;, Renee Be- bookkeeper but is consideredas Leo LeBlanc

l, V t \{) already a member affil V firt, time} ,) and what I pfess ,our deep apPfeciati'n ti> boat trip to Sifter Springs hole.a.nQ. Marian Beasley were "office boy" for the Key I Ir

\' V V'V iated with Keystone Chapter,; chance would child, have, if be. Fire Dei>artj* ent.aii4' topjir jjjurirfg Ihe week, as well as I all at Silver Springs last Sunday ,r stone Heights Sand Co. I Keystone

V VV walked with her husbanc he encountered one,? V : : .many ,f rends. for. 'tiiehh eiii.other points of inter- .seeing the sights. There is much sickness in Sales Representative
: .
t : I through the services. ,;$ Party For Carolyn 'I 1 ip-r-alsp for* the.V many V phone. eSJ. Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann this area now. Those under New and Used Cars

V 'V The' ,petljidh .for affiliationof I Miss'Carolyn Elmore. daughter calls and( letters." Mrs. Audrey Powell of Vic, and Mrs. Alabama Boyd have the weather include'Don Seig-
V VV Mri 91., T. A. Hancock.phurch just returned from a vacation ter, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon UNIVERSITYCHEVROLET
V V Miriam Mingledorf j of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas r- week
toria. Texas arrived last
i 1 1'f' !IV IVI V _. __, .. ..
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V ,ws tread. Elinore of Keystone Club Es. V ,. for a visit with her friends: trip to New Orleans, La. rantley, MISS neuie Annur,

: V V Mrs. Ella Ga -of Hawthorne, tales, entertained friends tat Mian: :! Mrs. John Bird: and where they were guests of I Mrs. Margaret Stuart, and W.

I I E4' Chapter,.. nd newly appointed a party Saturday night April have been. announced., family.i The Powells and the tijally chaperones at the Beta C. Burnes. Also Mrs. Dora Gainesville, .Ia.

It .- ;(.; Gfand. ,Instructor of District, 27, the occasibn being her.15th The }Men's club has pr sept-' Birds became friends during:, Club: Ball! I Thompson, and Mr. and Mrs.
.. Telephone K II 2572
: "' VII 8\was- extended the courtesy birthday. Guests included ed projector for; use by the their, tour of duty bn. Oldn -i i I JRolpert, ; Drake of Silver Lake Dolph Turner of Putnam Hall. :, -
JJ various 'organizations .Continned., .. on next Fare i On Monday, Rebecca Brant-_
honor, of Jier station at the about 50 young people from ,. while wa. On Tuesday morning, -- -
V 1 BUSINESS Mar 1 Chapter meeting. Host; Keystone and Starke. the, jstitehbefry qrcle has given Mrs. Bird entertained for Mrs. :\i

PROBLEM and hostesses for the social)l boy'Scoiil Hike Bibles- the Primary Department ; Powell with a morning coffeeso

J: .* We May Have the Answer- hour were:.Mr. and.Mrs. Earl)l LV On Saturday, May 5, 30 of the Sundays that she might become acquainted -;I KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMELROE$
Alma h l
Ijayngr\ V Mrs.; Frost::, Boy Scouts of Troop 105 of : V with Keystoners. ,
Most business problems arise from the need of Mrs. Daisy Hall. and Mrs. Elizabeth Keystone! Heights Held a lost News From St. Anne's That new home being "built'

money to provide for, sound expansion ., to !. Himble. The Chapter, thUd hike out at their cattp- .The: Children's Confirmation on fe. R. 21, next to Billy
finance productive equipment or improvements -.. now conduct!, a gift table -Tpt site on Crystal Lake. Each of Class will meet at 10 a. m. Rose belongs to Joe and Hel- BUSINESS

to meet current obligations when capital is, tied up cards and no% ltles. five'J5a i.oJS bad' an area 'to each Saturday starting thii fen Wallace! who now live at V .. ,

in inventories or accounts receivable.In On May 15, Worthy Matron search. rid! Timmy Hi kman week. the Rilford State Farm. The -- _
V Ernestine Eisenacker will pay of the-Rattlesnake Patrol was The Adult Inquirers' Cirtle: Wallaces work at the prison. When It Comes To [
situations like these bank should be "the APPLIANCE DEALER REAL ESTATE
; your '
tribute to mothers. The host thfe first to !thd the lost child.: will' hold its, first meeting at Mr. Wallace will be due to retire -( INSURANCE II

good the right we arm would of your wish business.to Certainly that !fa and hostesses, for the social Also_J_ included:. was. 'a _six' mile 7:30: p1. tho Sunday to see the ___in"- ,,a short-''' _time---'n __and.__'-0 0I ; '-Italiii% V 'VVV .ft.. I GO_ FIRST- L CLASS_ n In. _._
way you regard us. hour will be Mr. and Mrs. H. secpna uu. class 0.hike from the h two movies which the EYCwfll I meanwmie_ iney win spenu Geo. E. LaRue 'S. J. rete O'ConnorREALTOR
t. Come in and let's talk it over. You will find that L. Ownbey Mrs. Frank Jones Cmj5slt Back *V to Keystone 'pr smt. After the moviw, I, their.. V w ?ends and vacations tHltilUAIHt Keystone I

our approach to your problem is practical,. understanding and her daughter Maxine* Heights. Thoys\) came thrir a :discussion will be held to at then new home. Hating Sales,,and r'l 'eYeoman's Agt. For TRAVELERS Heights

V cooperative born of our many years of Associate Matron Phyllis in fine shape. They were accompanied :-. decide on a permanent time known the Wallaces for a ElectricS Insurance Company REAL ESTATE

experience In helping Business men like yourself to Hussey regrets to announce .. by their, Scout.thatr land1 day for the meeting. number bf yeats, we are s re'th"ey VV M :-7v q "
meet current need .' Barry .Wym : j Next Sunday will "make a welcome addition rvice MORTGAGES APPRAISALS f
constructively and build solidly the illness of Mrs. Mattie $argent n Sunday is EYC Automobile Fire
for the future. of Key stone;M jjey |argent Neals Entertain and members will parti- to the Keystone com Melrose GR 52371AUTO TeJ 4692, Day 432, Nile Keystone Heights Phone 4297
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still eonfin dto, his Last Friday evening, Mr. .cipate J in-'he.| service on Sunday -. .mui ty. j,-y

: THE KEYSTONE STATE BAil home in Cocoa where his wife arid Mrs. Wilbur Neal .enter-, morning They are Issuing ,- Mrs. Lindsay. Walker- Miss,' SERVICE MILLWORK
Betty .is, teaching; -TOm tinl taine4 with .a fiSh barbeque : an invitation to all Connie. .Knight, .Pam. Tomp-' V SANTA FE LAhfc

: MEMIIER. F.D.I.C. t l ley,..awaiting;.futjhe suriery. in the'y rd of their"hobe ,bn members; and friends of St. -Dr. and MrS Domonic Longo. \ Baker Enterprises Keystone Furnished Home. I

at We vA:/hospitalia.Lake Lake Santa Fe. The honor Anne's to attend the movies ; V.- Auth6ri2ed Millwork Shop I bHlnns gneht house!, dock,

: A Friendly. Bank in .A Friendly Comirtunily ; Crtjr;.....and Mrs: ;J5alUe- Lynn, guests were Mr. and, 'Mrs, which. will 'be shown at the. .INSJIKANCEAnto : U-Haul V Trailer bealerA CABINETS DOORS FURNISHED: HOME.

Keystone Heights, Fla. mother o! AftenalionwhoiS Neale Kamerling of Milwau: parilh House on Sunday evening -Fire-Cayuklty t Repairs 21 Hr. Service

VVVVV.V: -- -.... S..-- .. ..._-- ___ V it St. U&eV.Hdspital i ,; Jick-, kee. Wis., and Mr. and,,Mrs. .a$ 730.: Titles of these Bonds and, Alliia Lines 6ait .:;- Shell Gas & Oil WINDOW- FRAMES, tpaclous lot, many tree, price

JlJ Lao '" __._' ,).. i Lester J..Kirby of Springfield, films ire -"dursnounden DutY i I Available 24 Hn.Portable SCREENS. utd tenii! ee:,
I 111. The Kamerlines had been ," and "And ,FOlloW Me*.. Reyh&lds Insurance Electric Welding Trim :Material Associate

V house guests of..Mrs.-Kamer-: The latter, ;was.nominated for }i N:1: V 1 2 :lii. So.: 'on'Rt. 100 Sash Made To Order Edna Martin.
: .n
; My Sincere ti'h :'Jrs I i ling's sister, Mrs. Hal Maison the film festival award. "At, w. L*jykld V", keystone'r>vf -<(* r heights**,...i ,. 4656 V Kejftbne Heights .Te). USZ Keystone Heights Fla.

; of Gainesville, while the Elir- Jhe conclusion of the movis.tI'e # Ph. 24fJ';, .2701 I J NURSERY. 'f Phone 4106
: r ;' bys were enroute home after young people will serye Keystone Heights-, Flk. ,f' FLORIST' JAMEs IL 3IcEACIIEN,

: three months spent in ,Hollywood refreshments._ j,, V Clemens NurseryOver KEALTPR

Fla. V The monthly covered dish;I, .:_.. .. ......- 1;.......... ,. V. .JI ... Edna Williams 600 Varities of
t&tV supper will be held Wednes'day -: <
: On ,Saturday evening Mr. I I
.. in. '. l u. I FLORIST';'NTRSEKY Shrubs Trees fpuepant<>.
and Mrs. Neal Served grilled May 16, at 6:30: p. S. E. \
. To one' ahd alLt r .the support V steaks, in their yard hohonnl Hostesses for this-month will,1eYStone"' II i iBeaiity FLOWERS .,:!;;ltrus ti' Aialeas -. Palms McKay, Realtor

V t t10J'f Mr. and Mrs. Kamerling andMr. be Mrs. Charles Tblford, assisted 1.I Shop ;,, For ,AD Oecaslom Hiway 100 at Hillcrest Lake Front -Pr lionSI'll

: V and vote. I received,l on May 8th. I urge V4i4 1 i and Mrs.jLo LeBllnc ofi bY .Mrs- :Tom Garner; Ray & Lois-Qlsen] J Melrose, Phone. ;' GR. ._5-2331 Z\2\ Miles East of; and Acreage.Keystone perty.
V ji'All 'Keystone Heights
._ ''\'J v ",tg*'. I i i Keystone Club ..Est Tft'e and.Mrs. C,;J. O'Connor. Forms of Beauty Culture ]INSURANCE I Heigh tiFh. SOU.Winifred

: V' V you to contact your friends my Behalf : Kameiiings left for, ,Milwau NeW, From St. XVlniam'sSundiy V One"of 'Our' i*1 NURSERY STOCK
s..'. .fl.MWhL4)'il1 kee Is: Firit. Holy Communion l' "A3 .USaSirlnp Plan '
V I "on ; I
VV tCnURCH Hair .
I E\t Ti Sunday for a. r : CuttingSm I'I Azaleas 50c & up
: tk before the Second Primary on May 29th qppf. Pixie If You UIt'! a SariD
d V VI boys and girls In .Keystone S' to,4' Azaleas Special $2.60 ea.Landscaping ., H.CRXVFORD.
: V iJ
__ V i ,Community ,Chorch ,Jotes Feather Cut 'If k1t1S1e jh .Insurance

: V ahd lEt'S KEEP EXPERIENCE ON i i 'The Crosby Circle WIL1i1 4 1 drch Heights i fill_tnd'V :.receive Starke.: atjjthe uTi-ecnjl:1BJO; :I Rr. McKays Realty j I I ASK YOUR GuLF MAN See Our Plants Material Before Available You Buy .

; : r': Tl4E SCHOOL I MdARDf $ : a covered dish luncheon on) ,Mass in the keystone arei. .u .Keystone, .. ,2511: V -1 i L.R.BfaiiltKeyttone 0.'C.'t arnes Nursery t
: : i V Monday. May H.:at the fcojh\ Cfe Sunday.. May 20. 1Ls i i Reg: Beal Estate roku

.. L ,, 't J i H *J., ( J VV VV \ : of Mrs. Stringer' on. .Little :wffl be held,at. 10 a. mTL V light, Tel 8-4L51 : .F1Prhone..68f4465, -- .. Lako Properttes1 .
i Lake Santa Fe.: Thiw1t1f; Keystone Restaiirantfihfaftrl Acreage -
I will be _on May 20, only. l-t PACKAGE STORE I anb s Btt iBM3 City
,. V 1 a work meeting ,to. fffl. .the this ,Mass the Altar Socittwiil. / '- lincfiH ;V INSURANCE I Ir .

z Vote For And Re led i i i ''I I sewing at an 'el bags. Uer w iteeUnrI i ich were. Th&e made receive. Holy. Communfcn V. -Complete 'p odTo Murrhee insurance r .Shaughnessy's j "We Take&mea.1.entals A Personal Intere*

BudAtQ.PY( ) \ I attending will assemble ai thepostoffice'atl in there b body win be-a ana Mother-aDd.?fter Miss Tik* samtiicb'J\'J' l ..:.:l C t.9.) & TPut Jteq4reneJ1t1'"
I opt OPEN 8 A. M.12 P. Mf DAILY I
Lm."The V .1 A. }! Agency 1 1V
: daughter "Comtaunlon Breai : r V. CEOSED SUNDAYS Ib4way: Keystone; HdgauHiway .

Member School Board, Bist. 3, fclay t County i BoarU-vt-Stewards till fait in the.HalL .Inst&Uatwn _.. t> StaH3arif&Cloird JuesdayBtwn. 'tSulf V General Insurance i, Keystone ;Jlejrof Whw! .
I meet Monday at 7:30 p. m. in of new Altar Society Officers Station Fire Casualty Bonds Also 1. --V S

V (Pd. Pol. Adr.) I the educational building. will be held at this meeting. Keystone Heights I Allied Lines Blue Pine Pacbr Q Store ft Bar 21-Open Sunday '

Two recent gifts to thej Those to be installed are Keystone Heights, 2731 Et 100 South i GR 5-29X1

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1 Johnson and John Law. Sibley. t home on Tuesday. April 24,1} mumps, and the family of 1}! ser Hospital in Macclenny, S by Blk I! & E by Water i -

KEYSTONE Second Grade: Susan Baker Junior: Diane Brokas, Bar- with a delightfully planned j Mr. and Mrs. George Pratt all and is getting along nicely. St. in Orig Town of Starke

; Annie Cardenas, Ricky Para- bara Drake, Marlene Float, surprise birthday supper and 1 have measles.We The J. C. Nolan family I Name in which assessed: \V B.
HIGHLIGHTS des, Cindy Scales, Johnny Val- Sandra Forth, and Nancy Sut- party. Mrs. Smith spent the i I regret that Mr. and were Sunday visitors to Kings- I SewelLAll

AAAJ dejuli, Vicki Whidden, Peter ton. day with her sister, Mrs. NoM! rs. Morris Thompson's babyis ley Lake. the County of said of property Bradford being, State in

Morgan Beth Jackson, Ray ra Bell Green, in Middleburg;, quite ill.Franklin. -' : of Florida. I
as been in Tampa on busi- Vaughn, and Cassandra Chap- CO2UMUNITY CHURCH and! when she returned home< Higginbotham and AOTICE FOR OF TAX APPLICATION DEED Unless such certificate or certificates -

ess for a few days. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. late that afternoon about 50''! friends: of St. Petersburg visited Se. 184.16. F.S. I shall be redeemed ac-
man.Third f cording to law the, described
property -
i ,Mrs. Mabel Hills, Dianah Grade: Vickie Byrd guests were waiting to surprise -' ( Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hig- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I "
that John A. Torode the in such certificate or
A. C. Holt, Minister holderof
ills, Mary'Ann Schaeffer, Marilyn Davis, Lynn Henderson her with a delicious sup-; ginbotham Sunday evening. the following certificates has certificates will be sold to the .
nd Nancy O'Connor attend- Robert Hendry, Chuck Mrs. George A. Canova Organist per. Mrs. Smiths' mother,I Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson filed said certificates for a tax I i I highest bidder at the court I \ 3> ,

d the Home Economics Dept.'ashion Lambert, Vanessa Millican, and Director. Mrs. Dora Byrd, and her daughters -! and Mr. and Mrs. Trigger deed certificate to be issued numbers thereon.and years The I I house door on the first Monday

Show at Melrose Christy Newman, William O'- Richard Cushman Youth Dir. Peggy anj Patsy, had''' Wilkinson and family of Jacksonville of issuance, the description of!I in Month of June, 1962, which

igh School Monday night.; Connor, Diane Parades, ,Rob Sunday School, 9:45: 'a. m. baked an extra large birthday t enjoyed an outing at, in the which property it was, and assessed the are names as I{! is the 4th day of June, 1962. I I Dependable -- EconomicalPHONE

: On Thursday April 26, the ert Purdy, Donna Sparkman, Morning Worship, 11 a. m. cake. The honoree received I Kingsley Lake Sunday. follows: Dated this 1 day of May, 1962.

f unior Girls of the KHS';:I Michael Valdejuli. Robert Wy Youth People, 7 pjn. Pioneers lots of nice gifts and everyone Mrs. George Brown returned Certificate 1960.DeH'ription .. 44; Year of Issuance Clerk CHARLES A. DARBY, 964-1301 = NIGHT. 964-2411

1 ome Economics Dept., under I'I'f man, David Vaughn, Don Mc- 6 p. m. had a wonderful time. home Tuesday after under- of Property: Bradford of Circuit County, Court Florida.of CITY OF STARKE.. GAS UTILITIES DEPT. j
f he direction of Mrs. Mabel Hahone, Randy Vinson, Pam- We regret that Mrs. Lizzie going surgery in the Ed ,Fra- Property bnd. as foil: on X. I
by Blk 11 W by Church St. '
5-3 5-24
I Ills( their instructor, served I ela Anthony, and Edward Car- Dupree is ill in the Duval 4t
luncheon to the faculty of denas. Medical Center with an attackof
I eystone School. April 26 Fourth Grade: Debra Ri- bronichal pneumonia.

as a Teacher Planning Day, daught, Sally Brannen, Pam- Wm. W. Worstall Vicar Tommy Lang of Clay Hill is
0 there were no other stud- staying with Mr. and Mrs. Albert I
I f ela Tomes, Leon Triest, Kathy Daily Morning Prayer, 8:30: I
nts, and the cafeteria was r Andrewsen, Katherine Hinck, a.m. Daily Evening Prayer, 5 Smith until after his

iot open. Girls who took part Diane Davis,Elwin Baker, Susie p.m. Sunday 9:30: a.m. graduation from the Orange ""

n planning and preparinghis Belote, Mickey Brokas, Mi- Holy'Eucharist on 1st and Park School in June.
delicious luncheon were chael Funderburk, Chipper 3rd 'Sundays each month.! Mr. and Mrs. Truman Pease t

pianne Brokas, Barbara, Hague, Deborah' 'Hawes, Gerald Morning Prayer on 2nd and I of St. Marys, Ga., visited with ;

P r a k e, Marguerita Float, Payton, and Kerry Shack- 4th Sunday. Litany Service .I Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman .

Hary Ann Schaeffer I Nancy leford. .' on any 5th Sunday. Evening and family Sunday evening ,: MONEY-SAVERS

utton, Sandra Forth, and Fifth Grade: Diane Chap- Prayer, 5 pjn. and accompanied them to
ianah Hills. During Lent -,Litany and services at the Maxville Bap-
man, Patti Cox, Debra Kings-
ROME [With Apologies] tist Church.
Meditation each Wednesday
bury, Charmaine Float, Sharon
low do you like to go up tina 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum
Brannen, Terrie Christoffers,
swing? (fe and children of Jacksonville
Sara Lou O'Connor Gina Massa -
Up in the air so blue? FIRST BAPTIST j spent the weekend with Mr.
Kathleen Pesti, Debbie
h, I do think it the pleasant- I and Mrs. F. B. Coleman and
Dey, Denise DeWitt, Dianna KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Answers
est thing- ,, Ilgen, Bruce Sunderland family. to 8 questions car care
And Nan and Betty do,! J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph The Maxville Quartet drove
Ralph Baker, David Mathia,
too! Copeland, Minister of Music to Picketyille Sunday to attend -
Charles Vinson, Billy BeloteRobert ,
We really can't blame Nan and church organist. the Singing Conventionof

Muir and Betty Sprow for try-i Gallop. Pater' and ,Marshall Services: Sunday School the Black Creek Assn. and ; that Shell dealers often

ng out the new swings on the I 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, rendered some very pretty i
Sixth Grade Hinck, '
layground. How else would : Danny 10:50: a. m. Training Union, music. This quartet consists
DeWitt, Richie Purdy, hear's .
hey know if they were sat- Terry 7:00 p. m. Evening services of Buck and Henry Wellhau

sfactory? They [the swings] Roxanne Valdejuli, LeslieBeam 8:00: p. A You are invited.to sen randfBob McClung and .
Dottie Hardenburgh,
ere purchased recently by a share family Prayer time with his daughter Gail. Several
ommittee of PTA members, and Diane Thomas. us.yyyyyvvvvvVVYYYVYVYYY. from Maxville attended the Shell dealersH:1 answer thousands of questions every Note: Premium is the

f which Mrs. Muir was the Seventh Grade: Lance An services.
first oil that
premium motor leaves addi-
hairman. The funny part of drewsen, Susan Bird, Patti We regret that Mrs. Florence no
I are 8 that all the
time. The
t was that while they felt no Branner, Beverly Cuendet, and Parrish has been ill and crop up tiveashdeposits.1t6ghtsfourotherinter--

lie say them, their enjoy- Terry King. MAXVILLEBy has had to be taken to the nal troubles that can shorten engine life.
nent was being observed-and I Eighth Grade: Sylvia Dodd, Duval Medical Center several swers have helped I many motorists save money.

hared-by several classes! Linda Anthony, Carol Warren, times this week.
l\ rI. C. B. Nolan -:.. '
HONOR ROLL James McMurtry Renee Be Mrs., Florence Parrish, Mrs. They do the for '/
The Honor Roll from Key- lote, Pat Cuendet, and NormaValedejul1. .................. Frances Adams and their bro- may same you. /fl

tone Heights School for the Baby JerkinsMr. ther, Calvin Owens, drove to -: :::1

Ifth six-week period is as In the High School, Fresh and Mrs. Don Jerkinsof Blackshear, Ga. last Mondayfor ,:':,
ollows: men Honor Students included Jacksonville announce the a visit with their brother 1 mat's that funny noise I hear? All ance and can lead to engine damage. ':\:

First Grade: Laurie Beam, : Tommy Bird, RichardCuendet arrival of a baby daughter on Rufus Owens. cars make some noise. But be particuThat's why Shell scientists are such :M
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Watersof :
eidi Henry, Patti McGlave, Bruce Moon Nancy Wednesday, May 2, in the lady alert for dicks "
squeals, squeaks sticklers about knock. :
any listen :
argaret LaMee, Linda Seay, O'Connor, Steve Shackleford 1, Baptist Hospital. The young Jacksonville and their family They even .:l\t\

kimberly, Sterling, Cheryl 1 Carol Stephenson, Cathy Wil- lady has been named Donna i! were Sunday guests of or rattles that crop up suddenly Could be for it with stethoscopes'and insist that ,,';::1 '
I Mrs. Dorothy Waters and fam-
[ omes, Debra Spa rkman, Beth Hams, Ray Wingate and Carol Sherri. Mrs. Jerkins is the ily. Super Shell contain no fewer than three "::
utledge, Sandy", Cook, Rob- Wolfe. former Miss Shirley' Wilkin ;

ie Madsen, Anthony? Burke Sophomores: Bernice Brune, son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham accompanied knock-fighting ingredients. :: ,:'::, J
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ,
Jimmy KU kendalI. Mark Marlene Linson, and Roberta C. E. Wilkinson. ,
Higginbotham and baby to
I Homecoming at Long Branch II How can I make last :::", >tMi
the James Waters cottage at my battery ::;, : .
Sunday, May 13, is the an 5 ::=.,:,:: ....tt:
--- nual homecoming of the Long Grandin Lake Friday night, longer? Here are four suggestions: ,:\:,::, ,', \:: :':.. ::":::?
where they enjoyed fishing
-y 1 Branch Baptist Church. There until Saturday afternoon. f 1. 1. Let your Shell dealer check your car's.f

,f' will with be dinner services on the and groundsat singing Mrs. Dorothy Waters and < .f;> / -:: electrical system. Worn wires and l loose 8 'Vhy.do my tires wear out on just

,. son, Roger, visited in Jack- :: ?
Etr > ; one side? Most wheels
', 3 noon. The public is cordially sonville last Saturday with : connections can drain power. 2. Alwaysmaintain likely cause::,

,!/, '. ... ..' --, invited. The Maxville Baptist p, out of alignment Result: tires dragagainst
I and Waters and the
t y I I Mr. Mrs. Roy battery water to level. your)
I serI proper
Church will not hold
J I If 1\1
rzIJ "![ \ family. the road and
'rci Unbalanced
3. Avoid wear unevenly
:{ X { 1r vices, in order for their mem :: prolonged idling with radio :
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis
I : 1 R bers to attend these services. and' daughter, Karen, droveto S ., turned on. 4. Go driving! Long drives wheels can also cause= uneven

;r "NiXTTHi '( Birthday Mrs. E.Party D. Kigginboth&m Jacksonville Beach Sunday'. -,. r- :::i help charge your b.mcI. .)'. wear and make your car shake,or shim-
YD see the Sto> AJS )S perform : .
I entertained at her home Tues- my. Thai vhiy 'its a good 'idea t Keep
't ;' MRNING"MAY \ day birthday afternoon party May honoring 1, with her a I Mr. and Mrs. Billy Waters anything from a sticking valve lifter to a tires balanced and have uhcel} alignment'

son, Johnie on his 6th and children of Vero Beach loose wheel lug. Ask your Shell dealer to checked twice a year.
I spent Sunday here with Mrs.
1 through MAY 17 day anniversary. After birth-I .
Dorothy Waters and family. help you track down'any unusual noise. t: :
I ing a series of
I Danny Waters of Lawtey Now a question for
NIGHT PERFORMANCES AT 8:30: P.M. (Except guests were served birthday with his You may save yourself a big i repair bill you
spent Friday night """ "'"
t May 7 and May 14)) I'I't cake Young and Ladies ice cream.Class grandparents Mr. and Mrs. later on. .'. :.',://M\' / :. Is your car giving yon top performance( ?

SUNDAY MATINEES AT 2:30: P.M. MAY 6 and The Young Ladies Class of Buford Mr. and Higginbotham.Mrs. D. J. Parrish ; ".;" If there's any doubt in your mind, try a
MaxviUe Baptist Sunday How can I get more mileage from :>
t A MAY 13 had to carry little David and 2 .. tankful of today's Super Shell. It contains
School met at the church '
Rhonda to the doctor in my tires? Rotate all tires, including 9
Tuesday night, May 1, and arranged ;y ingredients including a gum preventive,
1 JACKSONVILLE Starke Monday afternoon.
COLISEUM the 6,000 miles.Drive mod-
literature to be given spare,every at three
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brads knock-fighters, "catcracked"gaso

I A VIVID PORTRAYAL OF THE GRIPPING ADVENTURES OF out and on regulations.discipline About and seven shaw and son spent Saturday erate speeds. Tires can wear twice as fast \ line, a mileage booster, an anti-icerquick-

c JEAN RIBAULT IN HIS STRUGGLES in Jacksonville with Mr. and 70 miles hour 45. Avoid
WITH THE DESIGNING of the members met for this at per as at fast Butane and
starting Pentane mix for fast
occasion. -
\ OUR SIXTEENTH CENTURY SETTLEMENT AT ANCIENT FORT: Stork Shower Don Butler of Jacksonville cornering, "jackrabbit"starts) sudden sr ',... ... .." warmups.sto .

I CAROLINE! visited his son-in-law and P s. Try not to bang tires cgainst curbs.
Mrs. Bernice Bramjett and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ran- *Trademark for Shell's unique gasoline add" Gasoline'
mat does TCP
do SI II"
CAST OF TWO Mrs. Patricia Norman entertained 'I dolph Crosby Monday eve- And check your tire pressure frequently. 6 le s unique couuuung TCP u covered by U.S.Patent 281)9212.) '
HUNDRED! at the home of Mrs TCP* is a combustion control addi- .

featuring Bramlett Friday night May ning.Mrs.. Merle English and Do I really need a lube job every tive. The hot piston device above shows
4, with a stock shower honoring children and Mrs. Buford Hig- 3
o "INDIAN SUN BAllET" A 0 A Massive Choral! Ensemble! M r s. Lowell Thomas. ginbotham enjoyed Sunday thousand miles? Yes-unless you one way TCP works The glowing deposit -

"THE FRENCH POLKA" Games were played and pri dinner with Mrs. Hessie Adams have one of the newer models that doesn't on the left has not been neutralized
0 Original Musical Score! zes awarded to Katherine and family at Doctor's In-
MUCUAN WAR DANCE"" Blackburn and Merle English, require it. Butriihany car, remember with TCP. In your engine, glowing de

"COMMfDIA den' UTE e Elaborate Costuming! after which the honoree open let.Mr.. and Mrs. George John- that frequent lubrication offers your servposits, can ignite fuel too soon, wasting
ed her many lovely gifts. Delicious
'BALlII' Magnificent Stage Set! refreshments were ser son of Jacksonville visited iceman a chance to spot trouble before it fuel and power. Deposit on right has been
with Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hig

TICKETS Now ved.Surprise Party gmbotham and family Sun- 'costs you a lot of money. That's why Shell "fireproofed" by TCP. No glow no 5 H E L L
day.Mr. dealers give you a bumper-to-bumper inpower loss.
I) Coliseum Box Office Box Office Hemming Pork Albert'Smith entertainedfor and Mrs. Dan Parrish
I his wife, Geneva, at their and friends, Ronald and Judy spection with every Shellubrication.

I and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley How often should I change; oil?The
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and children spent Sunday Can knock hurt ? Usually American \ I
my engine Petroleum Institute rec-\\ /
with Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Par- 4 \ j/1 0
' STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO rish' and family at their cot- it's more annoying harmful. ommends an oil'change every 30 days in \ _

tage Thomas on Kingsley Bramlett Lake.arrived But persistent knocking hampers perform winter, every 60 days during summer. ." :'"_'j,

home Monday after a tour of '

at Cuba with the U. S. .. ,
PARTS AUTO SERVICE AUTO SERVICE Navy.duty .' 1 ->, -,::, ". Z : : ";:<.," r." 4 .._';-': .'

Starke Motor J. B. Wright Stake's Lowell ,Thomas, who has __,
; been stationed in Morocco n ___. 'r_' ___ _

Parts Co., Inc. SINCLAIR SERVICE Cities Service Station with the U. S. Navy, has returned -I
STATION home and will be sta-,

fear Local NAPA Complete Auto Serrk J. C. Gardener, Prop. tioh'ed at Cecil Field. Mrs.i' FOR TOP PROFESSIONAL SERVICE DRIVE' IN AT ANY OF THESE
Jabber For Tires Batteries-Accessories Every Mechanical Service Thomas and her son were

Lubrication __ there too until last December:
Cor. Brownlee & Clark Washing General Repairs AutomaticTransmissions I SHELL STATIONS
when Mr. Thomas brought
542 Madison! 969-2801 -- .
Phone !tH- 801. 964-0811 them home. : .

UTO REPAIRS r.Dodd's Service & Cities Service Products Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Tagg art .

4 AutoSales TIRES BATTERIES and daughter of Middleburg: Mann's Shell Service Rivers Shell Station
were Sunday dinner guests of !
705 N Starke '
Earl'sIGarage Temple "
Cor. Madison & Church Starke j
Rambler Sales & Service Mr. and Mrs. Bud Harris. I i ,
GENERAL RETAKING Members of the Maxville i!

AUTO All Work REPAIB Guaranteed WORK International Lifetime Baptist Church are preparing: Smith's Shell Service Stalling Truck Stop r '
Vacation Bible School
for the
Phone 96S2964So. FIRESTONE Mufflers AUTO TIRES which will be held the week J U. S. 301 Lawtey 'U.S. 301 Waldo ,

Walnut. Starfcr i
Tires Batteries, Accessorica after the close of school I i

AUTO SERVICE 528 S. Walnut 964-3381 Starke Recap Co. Mrs. Joe Ellis is spending; Buck's Grocery Prescott's Service Station

Bill Edwards Pappy Raulsion, Owner HIre her this daughter week in Jacksonville Mrs Davis,with,and!!]I u.s., 301 (North) Starke ; Middleburg J ,

Gilbert S. Brown I .. Recapping >for Can & Truck family. I I

Standard Oil Service Station Starke 66" ONE DAY SERVICE Mrs. Wilma Blackwell of!!! Bill Reddish, Store ;, Baker's Shell Station \

ATLAS ServiceWheel NEW. TIRES AT SAVING* :Macclenny has returned homeafter Heilbronn SpringsHarley's Lake Geneva
TIRES & BATTERIES spending a week with i '<'; .
et Terms Road Berries Balancing &; Alignment her sister. Mrs. E. D. Higgin JOHNs
i Phone IGi10n4.O'l Phone 964-SSS1 964-0221 botham and family. ;! Garage Prevatt's Shell Station A. TORODE

N. Temple Stark 617 N., Temple Starke 301 South Start* 'Misses Frances Bell and: Highway 16 (East) Starke E. Brownlee St. -- Starke Distributorm

J Mary Copeland are ill with the j.
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\ I Deseeiptioa- 8 T R ''Com ,at SF c.or of
Mrs :M. ; A Owur' Taxes Description
and ) Mr. Misner is workchildren of Totes 18 'w .
Lot &
Httm tPJts."I, 6.: 7, 8 Blk of land A Owner { run "' '
] of Gainesville spent iggini; Washington, 1;>. C, .at 12 in orig, town oJ' .. :" a.ad 8.tS''I 160 ft for"a roB;' : .

last weekend .here with her j presentParker. of Starve. > Florida Pest Control &: N1V''; of SE'/i & -- it run .X 137 ft. W't: a .. '-' I
n. Chemical Co. "9.23 S 45' of W 823': 34 5'1 40 Ray A. Salazar 5462 SO ft, S 137 ft, E .oi. .
Lots 5 & 7 of Blk SO ft to POB in +"fff'. ,
Conx at XE. cor of
By Mrs. D. E. HiU I Ij 13 In oilg town SVi 01. XAY; : I i of tol,'n'of'f*>a\uey. E ; .' i Jackson'. I I'

Tom Thumb j ro'v1CG. of Starke Mrs. W. T. Marshall' 53 2C XEU! run S250' of .Ry Jannie, A 1.11

Wedding, I Notice is hereby given that the following described lands for POB. S 105' AV Com at SAA* cor of ,
Hansel & Gretel Musical, will be sold at Public Auction a*; 12:00 o'clock noon. on the 8th Conj ,t SE cor ofBlk 10N 105; *, E' Elk 13 & run X ,;' I
day -of* June A.D... 1962 at the City Halt City of Starke, : .14 &; run W: 105 to FOB 1 6 21 J, E: Garrison 25.43 :274 ft for a FOB .
,At School Program Friday County of Bradford. State of Florida, to, pay the amount due 53.;) Ft, X 40 Ft. E I S>4of SW 1'. of > J ... run ASO: ft. XId : t

If yoirve: : heard .that ,rides: for Taxes, herein net opposite HJe same; together; with all costs K 22, 33 Ft,.Ft X,25'4 S .65'4'Ft. '.. = %" .,, rMI, I i NF'. 1 6 21 20 .Julia' Desue 1.,..96 ? ft,. E SOft, S I i
of 102 .
feuth: sale and advertising: ft .to PO$ in "' >
,and grooms are:getting youn- lift tp 1'OB. iQ otig 1-A in XE cot ot.. town of Lawtey'- I
ger these days, com? to Hampton DI'Kf'rlptlol1 & T n A Owner Taim E Town 46H of Ft Starke.of-Lots Berna"rd;Emanuel.I 7. I 57.58 XE X Beg line 20'being AVon E of Ry : 4 holler. : ;;Xusltn." 1(1

Elementary School FrI- Com at SE cor cf 1 3 of Blk 18 Ex ,d '. 210' Sq 2 6 21 "Efisio 'C camo, Jr. !.61.Lot 34 in town ofLawtey :. '

day ''night May 11, and see See & run AV 105 !S 20 'Ft &. Ex R/AV. ... ,. .. f I SAVh of SEU 10 6 21 40 Elek Lehoczky 16504 E of Ry, irE'dd. .... "&tn"i: r It..,. 1
Lot ofltiof .
Ft for a POB, run In orig town of- i town, i. ..
\ : XEU 24 6 21 40 C. Letsch 28.28 :
the living example of this!I X 105 Ff. AT 103 Starke L. A. Canova 14t.55E21.96 .awtey E of Ry J. IT. Barer U1
First and second graders of Ft. S 105 Ft. E : Ft of Lots 1 i N1 of XE ti of RL s .of AVU: otr -r. ..., .::..
105 Ft to POB 20 6 22 Lester Prevatt 12.27 & 3 of Blk 19 ExS $1y'; 21' 7 21 .0' S. M. ,Abernathy,, ; 27.00 I 335';; of Lot- 31 in -, xl .

Hampton School make up a Com at SE cor of .,;. 32Ft in orig. .That port of SAV4 town of.Lawtey E '" <. r .
wedding party complete from Strand run W :315 town of Starke L. A.. Con on. 86.98 of XAV!, which of' RF : '1 Willie Berry en
1 Lot Desc in Or Bk : .
ft for a POB run N ., lies X & W of .1 in
Lot Lot 31Y.old
bride and groom to wedding 105 Ft,. AV no Ki, 16-PG 186 Being: a i T & J lili 21 1 21 20 Pearl Reynolds 19.98 o' kmgsly )take; -

guests. S105Ft, E210 Triangle Between ... ; Coni on AV able of Rd Dew Com" at
.. On Friday night's Ft to POB 20 6 ,22 Lester Prevatt 122 Sal R/R & Thomp f :if.:.':..... Rd 200 on S side 9' i. Pt on, w'. side of,
program son St. 28 6 22 :
Joe CAAVarrenVepal 4,82 of Ry in SAV>4 of Kingsly Lake Rd
in the school auditorium at 8 Lot 9'of Blk 2 in Com at SAV cor of _?.,-'"_ ", *S ,v.- XEVi .& rui AV f" I where See-: Line
"*** Sunny Acres SID Alberta Tyson Walnut & Adkins ": "' ':' W6! S :312 .
2.55 ; ft. : ft.
p. m.. will be the musical play 1 & W 214 / cashes; divding Se .
Lot in, SE corof ," '. .. ru* Ft, r w '.' I:19,137 ft to Rd. : : '. 2* & 25,. Run S- .
"Hansel and Gretel" sharing W % or Blk 1 H' ;! S 110 Ft, E 214. (" ,, ": .. '.' *' to POB, ,2," 7 21 1 D. L. Thomas. 39.29 300 ft to POP, W
of W Ft, X 110 Ft "
R 2
103 Ft, to :
; '
double Com XAV ., 20 ft. S 10Q ft, E.
at. of
billing with cor
the Tom .
X & S by 210 Ft E t ; ? -. 28 6 .22 L. A.:Canova 18.45 I to AA side of
Thumb wedding. The classic; &' AV .in Temples fo" ) '. Lot. 2 of Blk 15 in ," ,- sec 1:337,8', S600'for
Kingsly Lake Rd.
L T & Cos .J POB E691.42'to .
SID Ex % Un Div S/D Metta ;
"Hansel and Gretel" wall: be Harmon- 4,86 AV U/AV Hwy X 100 ft to POB .
lot 21 '
S 22 -
Cleon'.- Dowling: '12.77 301\, S U deg AV .. ; m. town otJLawftey! :
AV 62'
presented by the Glee Club An 1 Un Lot Div in %SE Int cor in 4 of Blk of 1 Lots 16 in 3 I.& o VynVy 31.5.0s6', 'r : ,, ,., E of'Ry1 Willie' Tucker 29..41590.84'

students from 6th, 7th and of AV 14 of Blk 1 T & Cos S/D Carrie Coleman 9.23 \\ X3QO'" 1 A AA of Rd,-on S ,

8th grades- The evil witch SotRtli'105'N Eh! of Lot 1 & 2 ofBlk tOr.FOB, 12 3 22 Bayliss Corbett 5L62. Side o? Lot, 3i in. : ,0>'. .r. *; '

&Sby210'E& 171nLT& ..'" Lot '40. AA qj R>- so .Lawtey K of Ry .' ..t. S.ti i ,:? ill
casting her spell over the two AV In Cos S/D Rudolph Coleman Woodlawn & E of '... 'i_ .
Temples S/D 21 6 22 Gordon: Thompson 12.77 42.75 6, Lot 36 in LaWtey W
children lost in the woods in Chev., Inc. E1 of Lots' 1 & 2 f ', RR :WOr ex lot on ." of Hwy CCfford Keller 6773
of Blk IS!! in L T. X. being 20' :X & *' J* *
this play illustrates the variety .. << & Co AV 150 of W4f,. of. r"
W % of Blk 2 S of .,, S/D Joe Coleman 7.68 Son F2S.5' : Blk'/-I E
in store in the evening's R2W'&NF'J4 i S 50 Ft of Lot 4 on W side 13.5 22 5' Claude B. Barbour 6998" in Lawtey- o: Ry. 1.11
of H2SofR3W of Blk 33 in L. T. James I* Rowe
Lot :37 -in' AVood-
.. entertainment.For ; W V*
& Cos t. Lof Lot 43 in
Frank .
/ Williams lawn 13 5 22 10 Florence W. Laputka 8.28 town of. .
the wedding in a set ofR314&W14 et al 6.64 Lawter '
Lot .' .
Lot 3 of Elk 54 in AVoodlawnexRV ;: ?; of Ry '
of P.I. 2S of R 3 44 in ; Edward Jone 432
ting of spring flowers and AV. & E % of Bl. \ L T & Cos Sib -; L. Z. Baker 2.55 13 5 22 10 Richard. Bennett, Jr. 8.-S Com at SE oor of ..

greenery, Edna Pearl Rhode 2 & 5 of R411'of ", X 45 Ft of Lot l'& 1. Lpt Lo' XAA cor of Blk 52 run. X,350' ,

will be Temp SID Ex S 25 Ft of Lot 2 ;:. < xnu of XE 4 of for FOR run AA S .,: "
given away by her R/'" 21 6 22 H. A. Lawson 14.27 of Blk 47 in L'T XE% being 208 3/4 i .. 50', X 50', E50',

"father": Larry Batten. Ac 1 A in XE cor of AV & Cos S/D Ida Simmons ACT 8.49 ft Sq 22 5 22 I" Clara, ,Wilson 4670 S ,at)*, to. POB. Joe Walker Jr. 934
% of Blk 3 S of R Lots 2 of Blk 48 in .. E'4 of XWU of ,
ccmpanying the bridegroom. 3 W 21 6 22 Lawrence Covington 3. aR'g L T & Cos S/D .:.-. Sallie & Joe Williams 5.64W SE U 22 5 22 10 Elisabeth PrincaKartell Beg at XE cor of'
: Blk 52
Lautey E .
Terry McElroy will be his at SW cor of 8.7'8 .
% of Lt! 1 of Blk of Ry, S 100'. AV ,
XEW of
best man Clyde starr N 305 Ft Sely 10S.20' ot-W4 ... t.. .., 100', X 100', E 100'l6e' .

The traditional white wedding 4;3.3 Ft. S 179 Ft. of Lot 2 Blk 10' T.. >: of Lot 1 all to Beg Daniel Brfght :'e i' TH
W 347 Ft to POB L T & Cos Add Farmer's Supply 31.36 Lots 3 & 4 "of Lot 12 in Otts $/D .
gown and veil, worn by Ex 1 Lot in XAAr Lots 13, & 14, .of Blk 8 in Lawtey of La\\tey

the bride in miniature will cor 75 Ft; X & S Blk 24 in L. T. & '. : .;' W of. R/AV Bernard E. Pil*. 29.77 1 Lot as. Desc in 'n..,.zzle'" "t.h\.t! a''st. 9&1\

be set off by her many attendants by 100 Ft E & AV 21 6 ."s. am Williams Et Al 21.61 Cos Add Lester J: Prevatt 14.63 Blk 13 ex Lot 1 in DeEd.Hk 52 Page. '
Lots 6 & 7 of Blk Lots 3 & 4 of Blk Lawtey, W of RYS' Paul :Dinkins .3.43 323 in Otjs S/D
gowned in pastels : 13 in X-REXO 1 in Temples AddAV H. A. Lawson 78.25 of 131k5 in Com Willie[ iTak Qromlty ?3.t3
$ on X line -
trimmed with flowers. I S/D Leroy Long Jr. 25; .29Annie 56 Ft of Lot 8 RY George F. Young est. 10.06 of "
AV of
Lot 3 of Elk 14 in & AV 56 Ft of X% Lawtey Sec 23!, 60 ft E ot

Jane Lott is serving as North Reno S/D Mae Presley et al 2.55 of Lot 9 of Blk 19 Lot 2 SID of Lot 13 Ry. run E 1500 ft, -
Lot 1 of Blk 16 in in Temples Add J, A. Bell'': 17.45 in Town of Law'S par with Ry:
maid-of-honor and bridesmaids
J' N Reno S/D Ida May Tyson 2.55 Blk 3 Ex 1 Lot in tey. E of Ry Samuel RedickJessie 3.87 1000 ft, AV at
are Kathy Brown Sha> NW cor 100' X & ,;' ... right ang to Ry
Lot 1 of Blk 17 in Lots 3, 4, 5, 6 of
S57.5 ft
SAVly 110,
ron Loper Darlene Norman N-Reno S/D Doris Hampton 2.55 Sby521 'E&W Elk 13 in Lawtey
? ..'.9 ft E at Rt Angles
in Dowling S/D Marian D. Long: 42.17 E. of R)' ArmsteadElizabeth 31
Patsy Crawford, and Alma Lot) 3 of Blk 20 in Lots 3 & 22 of Blk to--To RR :265.8
.. of Lot 6 of Blk
SH ft S
to RR
Hinson. Ushers Jeffrey X-Reno SID Sally P. Williams _.aa 2 in City Park par
are 13 In Law tey E of 1050 ft, AA at RtAngles
LotI of Blk: 22 in S/D J. H. Arnold 7.68 Armstead 58.67
Baker Lynn McCullough, Ric X-Reno S/D Cora Lee Aldnidge .4.18 Lot 12 of Blk 3m in RR to RR 840

key Moore Steve Hayes and Lot 1 of Elk 1 in City Park S/D Paul l E. Knight 30.95; Lot, 7 of Blk 13- ft, X A-Long RR .
Uahagan S/D Floyd Pickens 2.53ln Lawtey E of Ry t Wilbur, Jenkins" 5.G\. Rt158Z ft to ..
Michael Breeden. E u gene Beg at XE cor of : rOB Kx R/AV Ex
Lot 8 of Blk 1 in Lot: 1 S/D of Lot 13 .
Meng is ring bearer ,and flower lahagan S/D Ex SEV4 of XE'4 run in town of Law 1 that Port in Sec.
RI 11' Aaron 1I01le-y 3.05 W :335 Ft S 330: Ft ... tey E of R 3 AV. J. Barber. 't 8.33 23 ,24 5 22 U Richard Bennttt Jr. 2170
girls are Marissa Mosher, Lot 3 of Blk 2 in to FOB then E Com at Scor of C. at XE cot 0 f.

Nancy Lott and Sally Meng. 'f iahagan S/D Levy Lennon .9...aaI 0- 130 Ft S 50 Ft W lot 15. Run Xly XWof XAA 14
I Lot 10 of Blk 3 in 130 Ft N50 Ft along AA* Bdry of Sec 24 run S to
Michael Newsome. as minister Cahagan S/D Millie Green 2.5: to POB 29 6 22 Lela Bucktes) 8.14 land of L 1C Hill
Lot 200
15. ft to
the I Com Com at XE cor of W line of said
will perform ceremony at NE cor of POB, Xlv on AVBdry on
SE \ SEy of XE'i! & land 750 ft. S 630
% of XAV y 4 .4
Sandra Youngblood, run S on E Line '; run AV 350 Ft S :..,#. ; 62.73 ft, Ely ft, W 600 1N '

pianist, will accompany sing 500' to center 165 Ft for a POD, ''<" ,. Bdry 165 ft, Sly Lot on _E 1000 ft, E189 ft,

of Gr Rd, N 72W Thence S 50 Ft, E ',', pf Ia- Xly 100 ft-1050' .
ers Jan Johns, Mary Joyce '- 62.75 ft, AVly 165
840 150 Ft, N 50 Ft AV at Rt Ang to ':
to POB X
Wolfred Maria I AV 150 Ft to FOB 29 6 22 L. M. Gatlin 1-.86 ft to POB in Law- .
Meng Pearl 18" E 250 to N E of ..- RR 840', X ALong -
tey Ry
Com 15' AV of NE ,. Joyce; Walker 41.29
Line. AV 180' RR R/W
Jean Mosher, Susanne Eil- 1 ISo W 200' toG cor AVU of XE 4 Lot. 2 in Blk 16 in 1582' to rOB Ex 4

and, and Williams Griffin n 22 Ii of SE\4 of XE 4 't ty Lawtey E of R)' Harry. Kittles i .* 32.34 that Port in Sec .
Mother of the bride is ItD. S 72' 173' to run S 140, \\' lOrt1 One Lpt 100 ft E & i 24 23-24 5 22 20 Blcbard Bennett, Jr. 27 84,

Ar-I POll S 100' for POP., p; AV by 274 ft X & S ,!, AV 34 A of XE'i
butus Pearsall and t Fred IIcks! 7.55 AV 110', S 100', x t. in SAV cor of Lot r of NE'of SAVtf

groom's parents are Farelonj j I E 1.s of B'k 1 S of E 110', X 100' to ., : ; 17 Ex S 137 ft in 4 I t & XAVM, of XEVi

RE&W'1 of s POB 29 6 22 Edward Griff 7.09 Lawtey E of Ry Joseph. Cumber 7.11 of SW'4 24 5 22 13 John, AA', Caldwell :2443Hoyt !
McClellan and Joan Hinson. lilklSotR3F J Lot in SW cor of
\ & SK ,',.' LotI of Blk I 5 .. Com at SW cor of 1-A 210' Sq in SW
Wedding guests include % of TJlk 1 N'of II'r'! '' 11II l. 1 '"1<-<" .. <>t .. Y ,
cor of SAV 4 of
R2F & XAV 1 100' N & S by 125'E Lot 17 & run N 304 .

Douglas Sullivan Peggy Fur I Of Blk 1 S R 2 4 E & W in Gaskin *& .. Thomas ft E 160 ft for a <' SEli ,, 24 5 22 .. .. ...fitafltng!:; *' 6.>il
1 in Temples Add James W. j 4 5.59Lots POB then run X XH Pf XE'i of
ton Gloria Rhoden. Debbie! S/D 22 T
6" -
1 1 I Com 860' E & 30' 22-- L J & Leter .KUe 8.15 ] 2 & :3 of Blk 346 .ft E 100 ft S .. "10 XAV'4 -% ,2-1 5 :22! 18.U Richard B,.|nUt. Jr. 13 ftJ
Deaver David Eiland, John X of SW cor of 5 in Gaskins Add .,.. W. E. Torode, Jr. 4.99 346 ft AV 100 ft 1 Lot 100' X & S t:. .;
I. to POB in Lawtey by 110' E & Win' s
Fulton, Gwen Moore Dennis 4 of SAV%, N / \
100', E 50, S 100', \ Lot 4 of Blk 2 in E of fly Mid State. Homes Inc. 44.251 SW cor of AVH ofXE'i ., .. .
Vannoy and Donnie Keyes. AV 50' to POB 22 r Butler Crt S/D AV. E. Torode et al 4.09 of '. .Y1.' 23 5 '22 L. .r.j adg'etj(1

All members of the cast are Com 866', E & 30' N 6 22, Willie; Lee Pierce .05 1 Lot 7 of Blk 2 But- Charles I AV. Slade 47.35 Com at SE cor of SW of SW'4 of ;'. .. ,. ... ,
ler Crt SID .
of SW cor of X- Blk 18 & run W XAV 4 Ex R/AVEx -
first and second graders from I Wy of SAVM, X .' .' Com at SE cor of 80 ft for a POB. Par in XW crDeto ..' t ..
Mrs. Lily Barnes' and Mrs 220' for POB E XE 4 of 8\\"J,4 & run X 274 ft W 80 in Or Bk .# "..
100'. N 50'. W' run X 830 Ft to '. ft. S 274 ft, E 80 14-335.: 381, 13-
Beatrice Futch's rooms at the I 100' S 50' Clifford Rd then W 150 ft to POB in town
to POB 22 6 Pearce 533 25 5 22 10 Claude Myers it.yt
school. Mrs. Barnes expressed i i Com at SAV cor of Us Ft S Sap: Ft E 150 W E. Torode Jr. 31.43Ft of Lawtey E of

her appreciation to the mo Ii XWor SAVVi Tract to A of AVestpineSD 29 6 22 fly Albert Williams 8.61 (Continued on Page 12))
run E 104. X 30'for 18.15J.
J. AV. Thomas .
Ex E 180 Ft .1
the children taking Pub
thers of E 125' on ;
X 1 Tract A of AA'estpin&v '
parts, to the other membersof 250'R/AV, AV Gr Rd, x Jn -=? -V. 1110'- < -29, e 22 W. Thomas 1815AVH 1-= I :; L -:: !f'.A

the Hampton school faculty 250' to pOB'125' s \>? of SE 4"of T I : I : \ L. : .' I III.
42 s 22 W'. n. XEVi & S% of S-
and Mrs. Carolyn Canova, Parcel Xoegel et al 6.8 EVi of NEVt AV ..
music teacher: and to the two 88-441 in DB- 22 'of Rd 32 6 22 AV. H. Xoegel l., Jr."f T 7.67 AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY

Parcel Dellc in nB 6 2. Johnny Lane .. ( om at SE cor of I IAUTO
8th grade girls Sheryl McEl 88.H3 -.ao XEV,, X 44 DG AA

roy and Gloria Newsome, assisting Lot 13 Blk 2 Sat 22 6 22 Walter West 2.85 5602 for POB N '
Williams S/D 44 DG W 671.99', II.L .
with the .
Lot 21 of Clifford to Hwy R/W, '
2 in Collee 5.17 ,-- ... .
R/W 27- ,
.. The cast of "Hansel and Nat Williams S/D Xely on T I .

-" Gretel" will be included in Lot Nat S Williams of Blk l S/D in Horace Dean 5.17 'g8'621.85', E to 311.5 Beg:, S 32 6 22 D. L. Thomas = '.__"_13965 BRAKES I AUTO SALES & SERVICE.I GARDEN SUPPLIES I POWER SAWS >

next week's column of Hampton Lot lOot Blk 1 in Ruth Mae Pensalall 2.55 Lots[: 5 Thru 10; of --p I : .
Nat Blk; 5 in E W -
I News. Lot 11 of Blk 1 S/D in Willie Welch 13.8 9 Hayes S/'D &, EVi: Hull's Brake Supply VOLKSWAGENSales Johnson & Paris, MeC ULLOCU;
J 4.11 Girls "CookOut"Fourteen Xat of Magnolia St S I
Williams S/D H.6* ,
S. 'W. White Adj Ex R/AV D. L. Thomas -BRAKE SPECIALISTS" Service Parts 6.- Inc.Complete '
4-H girls held Lot 2 of Blk 2 of 1-.0.<'4. I CHAIN SAWS

.... their annual cookout Monday Lot Xat 6 of Williams Blk 2 S/D Xat Irene Richardson ...409 1 1 Lot DB 90-116 as Dese in 32 6'2 Robert &: Thelma For: Every Car or Truck Miller-Brown MotorsInc. : SEEDSPIAvrs, Line of- NEW-USED SALESSERVICE
r 'afternoon in the yard of the AVillums S/D Green 305 Turning Grinding :
John A. Cummings 4.09 ..: FERTILIZERS'Insecticides ,
..... W. P. McElroy home. The Lot (:?om at XE cor of While You Wait
16 of FR 2-S5W '
Blk 2
Nat :
-Pe> SajpUei F1or'_ &l"t Co.
Williams VXAVU of SE 4 run .no 1111. S. :Blain Gainesville
girls, from grades 5-8 of Lot 20 of Blk SID 2 in Clifford CoHee 11.51 W 420 Ft. S 315 W ., :.' FR 2-9829 1030 E. University Ave. .'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'2N n 14113

\ Hampton Elementary School, Nat AVilliams SID Ft for POB. GainesvilleB W... llth\ A?..
Horace Dean 54 Ft. S 105 Ft. '
played games and cooked part Lot 26 of Blk 2 in 1'14 W 2538. N.T: 'lptn! Dr. ",
Xat E 39 Ft to "I FR Z-047'I
'Williams GainesrtfeiSEWING
of their picnic outside S/D Levy Lennon 11, 1 R/W of RD 200, AUTO RADIATORS T
1 I
I Lot in
XAV'U off !
X Along W R1163.4FTW116 Gainesville. Pla. ,.. ..-..
The cookout marks the end o SWI4 as Desc in 'f

r! the 4-H program carried out 301 Deed Ex Bk R/AV 70 PG in Ft to POB 32 6 22 L. Anne flumes 6.55 Butler's Radiator & G Motors Co. HI-FISTEREO:.: MACfflNES!

here by Miss Dorothy Ross Xat Williams S/D Yt G ZZ John & Annie Lot 2 $lk I 5 110' '.. ServiceMost -UILL'1L4NSales Sewing Machine

,county home demonstration Beg at SAV cor of Williams '4.05 SID'in J M Johns ; James O. McDaniel 3.55 F85 -' Top Tunes
Service Co.
agent during the school year. N\V i of SWVi & Com at NE cor of Modem, Cores In, Stock, and Service '*!Tb;! s Bigger Little Record .

run E along: U > of' XE'4 ... '., ..' 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 New Bomeft1ae
Mrs. Jones Hostess Sec Line 560 Ft XAV 4 .. :1-11 Repairs All Cars -. ''Trucks Shop in the South"

.- Mrs. Leslie Jones was hostess for roB, N 200 ..", run 5". S S 682'78,57'. W;322.-W ts-. '--; National TfaOer- Rental FR 6-7515 Ili-FI Stereo Component Dealer Neechi Plait
50 Ft
at a party at her home ftg Ft to 14 ,Sec S. .' 308.9y to roB '.y .' ;l .'. 519 S. W, 4tlx Ave,, (GinesviJle! Pilot Harman Harden Sales & Service
*. in Hampton on Friday afternoon Line \\* along '4 : Cont Bdry AV of 400'St Rd to .:,r:: Fn.Ol. KLH Fairchild Garrardj Repairs On All Make
Sec Line 50 Ft to Ely .',r .' DODGE LANCER 815 W. Unir. Ave''
May 4. Fourteen adults POB 100. X 14* W 400' 811 W. Union Ave. Gainesville! ?
22 6 ii .,
Le\-y Lennon 6.55 9n Rd. E 500.81' 5444 SI.AICA 876-1073
and children '
several were pre- X-Corp FR 2-2128
AV 50 of X 93.75 S-POB Sales Parts Service I
sent. Refreshments were served ,
of S 356' of AVU '
I by the hostess following of SAVV 4 of S\V Beg at XE cor ofXW'4 IMPERIAL CHBTSLER .LADIES WEAR !i----

the demonstration and games. Ex R/W' Southern States Const. run S of 361.5 XAVU 1&; PLYMOUTH VALIANT Poole-Gable Motors i ii The Helzel Co.

& Supply Corp. 26.60
Personals 361.5N 361.5'. E It Ii 25 Jacqueline A. Moorer 34.95" Authorized Sales Part 119 S. E. 1st. Av. Gainesville Cherry's ,
Be*. 300' E of XECor 361.5 to POB C
t Mrs. Jeannie Hammond and of Inter of MERRILL EDWARDS, I >r Service FR'. 2-1143 i Gainesville's Most FashJonahlt ROOFING

.. Hush Hardy of Winter Haven Old Lawtey Rd & Tax CollatorCity r fi iI Address For Ladies S SHEET METAL
,,,". I
Lamar S
St N
106', > of Starke FloridaMay HawesPowersMotor DRESSES AIR CONDlTIQNINa
sister and ii SUITS COATS
brother of Tom i ,
E 59'. S 100\ W '
9, t. 11, 18. 25: ,
Hardy of Hampton vis 50' to POB '._>-. jRogers Curry 26.79 31'I Co. CONCRETE PRODUCTS I ACCESSORIES :No Job Too Large Or !Toq Small
Com at SW cor of ; 'j' 'I I 202 S. E. 4th St. G&IaemIIo
ited here Tuesday with Mr. '" NOTICE
SWViV& X 500E.. i 105 W. University Gainesville

and Mrs. Hardy and all droveto %00' for POB ,E ; .. t'I' Xotice Is hereby given that on the 1st day of June 1962 1 t i FR 2-2561 ..ass,...,_FR 2-1491

Georgia to visit thenaunt 50'. X 100', AV 50'" J U Starke. County of Bradford. state of Florida tax sale cer- INSIST THAT ALL YOUR I MOVER
S 100' to roB being ." ; ificatet( will be sold on the following described land to pay 204 N. Main, Gainesville I VACUUM CLEANERS
Eddie: Chester is recuperating on Lamar St. 22 6 2! Ossle Edwards 532 the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same, together CONCRETE PRODUCTS I j

Com XW cor of with all costs of such sale and all advertising.Desetlptiett Used Cars 312 N. MaID ARE THE BEST PROM Gainesville I .:- "
at home after several SAVH of SAV% of
A..t .r Taber FR 6-3460 All Make Oft( oomo
>- days in Alachua: General Hospital 8run" E 672.5'S of .laid S T R .1. Ow au aid Costs Edwards Building
( 110' for roB .. ;2. t-: Mayflower "If It *
'- in Gainesville : ; Beg 2985'
for treat- cent S 55'. E 198', S of XE NeedsBring
i ment. X 55'V, 19S' to ': :if' z'"r : cor of XW""4 of ; LINCOLN MERCURY Supply, Inc. .m Ta Kk'i"EV /il"

J Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McI ; ,; SS25-. EI320', X825: 726 3. Main FR 2-4344 Authorized
lAt 5of Blk 2 in i ,""" to pob 1 1 20 25 Joe. Moody 18.24 Authorized Sales Service- Gainesville Ha. DISTANCE MOVING Kirby*.Distributee
? tosh have moved from: Hampton -
Bradford Hffta ': Ul XEU of XEVi / Parts; '1&9mp An4.C:& .

t l and l are now living in SID EX S 110' Jacqueline A. Moorer !.!3 :X of Rd ex R/AV 11 C 20 3 Joe S. Moody 27.88 Trained Mechanics Oeod .Y
> Gainerrill FS .-n%
E.H of XAV of ,
*. Washington. D. O_ where h IA in SW'cor of ,
\ ? SEV1 of NE\4 Ex XAVM of XE' U5f4lC&I'Inarkley -,- Sales & Service
4 .
t is presently employed. N 105 Ft 28 -6 22 Margaret Ray Colley 29.31 271'E& W by ELECTRIC MOTORS '"
40 It
Ft of X 105 8.
...W.b\ 652'N&S&NE1 .
Mrs. John Crehan ] "
: formerly Ft of EH of NAV' Motors -
1 of XWH! 25 I 20 44 Carl L. Brown 41.86Lod I n 6-4111
a Hampton resident and now of SEU of XEHAV Rogers & liable Battle 1177 .
: .
4,of 3* la t* 615 N. ){am,. Gainesville Lillian's Music Store
> of Goose Creek, S. C. has JOFt of N 105 Ft town of New Electric Motor I -

r: been visiting with' the L. A. of EH of XW' Rivet 23-24 I 20 Jessie Sewell est 1.11. WELDING .

of SE i of XE% :;: :-i* 325' of \122'1 of .- Crane Motor Co. Repair Co. f'Gabat1IIe Leato" .. J,
Halls and Q. C. Rigdpns- ". Ex AV_40 Ft 2* < :'ii' Alice Hunter.. 509 XW 4 which lies Since lUJ

*:- Mr and Mrs. i Wand .Rom E% of' SE'4 of t. .. "-. -.- .7 E of St Rd 235 4.'I. 20 5 Henry. F. Parrish 1.11 LAR5 A'yGLLIE.tiGLISH .- KEAHAVER'WINTER.- UniversalCompany Weldinc
SE'k of XE .
I % *: Lots 7 8 hoof' OF G "ESmu. INC?.
*"- Mrs. Richard. ld W 1 AATH 'l tre. AV..T. Tompkins li.95 FORD ,
Mag 4 a 23 6 21 + .. Blk 3 in Ward -, CABLE;

*" daughter, and Robbie tad Vic.. SE of SEt. of ,,-, t- ..', ." City 8 7 10af Aubrey G. Ilaien 7.00 MERCEDES BENZ -. VOLVO COMPLETE ELECTRICMOTOR PIANOS :L\NOBOANSi
% of NE'4 Pipe sttt
! :0 ( Colanuu Faistt &u
J ,
t .ky Barksdals of Starke drove Ex1css Ft & V NL of SW1,4; Authorized Sales & Service CHORD. OIroA.'iSfu.sul
Cedar Key Sunday after If Ifto Bik Ex A E Ex SO Ft 1 Lot on :$ ,.j.'7-?!. Edna, B.A'lrglnla. 1rWs. G.U NWtt of XAVU.&; all S of NW Rd 15 T' 21 41 Gtetchtr"Skholas et al 28.38 j 1 I "Complete Service far AD SALES .AND SERVICE' 5 Guitars ..Drum Sheet Lion -Bodies Steel -Repair'I'ra8en_ ....

noon. Mr." May drove for to- Cedar a Ft Side.Ex W BiB by&-15.7 114 ": jlh"t'r.. "' ", ,,,,'''''' '..!:;>'''' ......,..., _" ...,. 'J that. XE4 portion of NE!st of S > :-' ......... """'- :- ; Makes" '"Distributor of Muate SPECIAL Dto 1M

Key Saturday some 506 E. University An. New Lincoln Motets .
i FtN&3oi W of Rd 113 1C 7 20 36' Gretchert cholasd6.*.1 BudgettF71:1.5331 i ....
'''fishing. The Barksdale children Side by 84.7 Ft X FR 2-4251 ,. I1t1311 '
1 lot %10' SQ In : 519 S.. 1 CrJaerrm.

spent the weekend here Blandlng&S on E S/D Side in W. Smith 73.03 SW of NIA cor of of SE!AV{ of,i Gainesville fU. 1030 8. Main;. Gainesville 1 112 ,8. E. First. OaiaesrU!* MalaFB 6-7451

i XW; 25 I 21 1 Andrew Carnet 441


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%z: : ORTO

Shirley Green HAT & FREE I Ir

These i
1A A A A A i t A AAA AA A AA AA Ai

L. week Terrel from Green College returned Heights last, t j S""' big Mother's Day Specials ivon't I M q'tmlr .4 I i2'

! Ark. yljere he attended_the I l } last long'-. .:shop earl.v.! save- big!! I
Annual Conclave of Southern i IMlr-t PER FAMltYt
Forestry Schools at ArkansasA \ : 'WITH $$.00 FOOD ORDER .'

r & M College. It was composed 1 .;ri '. i 4Q \\, EXPIRES 5-12-62 ..._ ___ !._
.r t" bM
from $ r}: 1/i \ t f),
of representatives
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len states. While there he won \\ : '".'.. .'. :1 .) .w t.;, "' m51iiW: I R. lfJ [51jl.t'! <
I second place in log chopping. ',' :,10'. ...i'"ff' ('I!''t,: _" .

I, Mrs. Terry McDavid and : S i" \. ;;> .4t tt i1iFLORIDA OR GEORGIA GRADE "A 4\M .

Miss Sue McDavid were r .'. .. .t.g* t5ft.: ;. :tt11. .
., '' ',. ,,. ,,, ," ,.''
&est$ of Mr.; ahd Mrs. Charles i t" '" -; .... f,'N'>">.f t'ir;<,<:''''*; ;.ft>?', ";.".."."
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1' ''' '
J Johnson Sr. and family in : 'f<::j./ .r. -

Live Oak last weekend.Mr. 1 .,.. .,.,."' ;..":,f;{, "t'
: : '!:; "'
Frank Tinney ' and Mrs. \
WEEKEND 2r.. .
\ ,'3 'WltH"tH PURCHASE or''
and sons of Gainesville visited ....: "?k; : < tl" if, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green Saturday > ., :f., :....fl. ?.. HOSE
night. =?' ; .'IJ '
., ; At our raguUr {tow price
_Mr. and,Mrs, Johnny Lewis STARK" FLA. '. 1 ; .tj. ( PIRE5.S1662.
'and family of Jacksonville .. ,. ;. .. ;z..;,).+....;.T,,: I
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. P. '. ;!.',, "'tr "''!'/.\ ..!',,".'.+..<.<,
:->rtt:; ,.t.} "t.
Baxter last ."j.Y'" 7f. ,,
Sunday. >
< i.th\-w.tfi. \>,
Miss Sue McDavw, Miss : I..... !, .ji.g",,,"" ... ;l "
; "=- '."" '" CHANTS
Sandra Sowell, and Ray 6 _
t : ;. .
't' Green
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Thomas of High Springs en- } "", ',.. '." '!; .....y. .''-_ WITH THE PURCHASE OF
jojed Sunday at Daytona \. z,;' -: Y : 4 LB. LYKE5 CANNED
,, v.- ., ; ,..:, ,:f. ,
Beach. !' ". .. ''t ';.: .. 't;" .i-- t i_ PICNICS
Mrs. Roy Green and Bar- FOOD FAIR HOMOGENIZED ..; ; [ At our regular tow price
t -
Morri- .,: .'tt-1 .... ... '
bara. and Mrs. George : '>>l %' as' EXPIRES 51662A
son of Gainesville were in "- "t..t; $ LB

Jacksonville cn business Sat ;: A:
urday. I M. I LI,1: ;

Pete Hodge returned-recently I f .R; A MERCHANTS
from Wurms, Germany IUU Green Stamps
t where he was stationed with t.. L >' t r WITH THE: PURCHASE OF
1.... : \',.i.<;... a "8. pica COOKED: ;
20 months.He .
the U S. Army for

Ft. received Washington.his discharge N. Y. upon at I 1 55 tr ..i;;.,..''':<:."::-l!.J' ., .. < <. ( J'..lai'r&Z: : 'l.. '. & pp )At FISH our regular PORTIONS low price. .
I GALLON 't' f: :ll \ EXPIRES 5-16-62
arrival in the United States. '. 111e0
He is the son of Mr and Mrs. hl. y
and Mrs. Charles John-!, Jt/tJ. f

son.Sunday Sr.,dinner of Live guests Oak of were Mr.! ICE mm 119 C 1 f;:):;" :... p. 01" R. CHOP '': LB. lie; LB. 69 C WITH|IUU|%THE|% Green MERCHANTS PURCHASE. Stamps OF

and Mrs. Terry McDavid. 54C SIZE CREAM
Miss Linda Green spent Fri- ICE CREAM 59c .. : VASELINE HAIR TONIC
day to Sunday with friends at' TASTY BEEF'
At our regular low price W"
College in'
Florida Southern I' Na EXPIRES 5-16-62 fSnafljiwtn?

Lakeland.of Georgia Mrs.and 'grandson Ramona t s ,Long'Jer-j'' SIORT RIMS I LBS IOO IAIt, \
ry Dukes,l of Miss Worthington Green accompanied to-i i, Daily Feh Bakery I r

Lakeland: to visit her son, Dr. : HEARTY FILL FLAVORED BEEF 100 MERCHANTS
and Mrs. D. L. Lortg, who is' Green Stamps



and Mrs. Lavona Belcher of i: I riB UiiPC At our regular low price
Jacksonville, and Mrs. Evan ... MN EXPIRES 5-16-62
Hodges attendid the wedding LEAN MEATY Jag ltpq
I of Mrs."Velieta: David and Bill "
J t Trump in Columbus\ Ga. : 22 OZ ;.
'I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green Jj j w BE SIEAKI LB SSe; I

and family visited Mr. and M MERCHANTS
Mrs. Bobby Branam and Mr. : 4 100 .nea Stamps
! family in Palatka Sunday.

1 1 I,. las Iva ton.Mr.and 8.Douglas:and C.'daughter were Mrs.last visiting Ernest of week.Charles-Doug-i Mrs.I'':,; Dln re E R II'H.V LLS OF PKG 12 10. '&I.< Ii.: B ..,, .0.. LB I" S' c: ILe At EXPIRES our regular 5-16-62 low price,, : ,

Louise and Glenda McDavid L&DYFAlR.ICED I NUT (REC 39c VALUE) .
of Worthington were weekend :

guests Mrs. of T.Brenda W. Markey McDavid., Mrs.\: SWEEt BUllS OF PKG 8 3St MAYFAIR COTTAGE CHEESE LB cUP 25$ 2LB CUP Y 49$ I 50 Green MERCHANTS Stamps

Dave Green Mrs. Mary Green, WITH THE PURCHASE OF
'tors. H. d. Brown arid Mr. 6 CANS FYNE TASTE
t rT'-i i n 'T :ti"j .ii f .Jf CANNED
attended .
and tArs, Earl, Green W .
the Parrish Reunion at Lit- 'SEA ALLGRITS FRESH CAUGHT BLUE OCEAN' [ Atourregularlowprice
c ,
t \\Q Springs Church Sunday FULL ... .. J : EXPIRES 5-16-62 LnotajIB
iBO] _ ,
J. E. Townsend was visiting 3 I B REAM LB 19cI

t ,, his daughters Julia and Kay,
( \In Pompano Beach over"the 1 1I I KEY WEST SPANISH I I
weekend. While there he attended i MERCHANTS
I the dance recital which I i r,1ACEREL! 18 23c 5H Green Stamps
his daughter, Julie, was in.j WITH/ SI.OO PURCHASE OF
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plaster
and family, and Mr. and Mrs.; I ,' .

j I Lowell Jacksonville Douglas, were and Saturday son of 0-.. E i, FI'SII' S. "I c K'S 39 = EXPIRES our regular 5-16-62 low price f E

guests of Mrs. Iva Douglas.. I
Terry McDavid and; Salty \ t. t LADY FAIR SWEET OR BUTTERMILK
in Pensacola I : Y- IB CAN
Lansford were -
and Milton over the weekend LIMITWJTH! BISCUITS 3 CANS 29c MERCHANTS

horse shows. $ .SQ FOOD 50
attending ORDER Orean Stamps .
.- .. ..... i'/- .>f- >---V- I MILD LONGHORN CHEDDAR ,WITH THE PURCHASE tJ,..
I B CfiilSi lB
iPAK At our regular! low price
'. *j'uPpMI, JmII':
'c 1 EXPIRES $-16-62
; .., a F FARMED 'GRAY HOT OR MILD leek r ntIUI

By Mrs. J. L. Strickland D I I 'sr/lo SAUSAJGE S9c

Remember Homecoming at .. E- '.L_.___ I MERCHANTS
\. Long Branch Church next ,- PLUMROSE IMPORTED COOKED 5 Green Stamps,
Sunday. We are looking for CANNED HAM >
-r; 219 LB. Cltf MAYfAIR
: 7 CAN
'old friends, new friends and i COTTAGE CHEESE
all others to be present. Singers :' 1
our regular price
are especially invited, not 6 OZ PKG SLICED, ; $ 5-J,.62 .

just the ones who live, close t .. f SWISS CHEESE BOTH 99At; :.

by-but Cecil Hardee all. and family attended -, + MAXWELL I 6 Or Pkg PSG.Assorted' ONLY : '
Homecoming at Cecil's .-- _jfl BOILED HAM MERCHANTS
old home last Sunday. ,
11 t > .
50 .
'. "Bible will'I Orae Sba;
Vacation School I'i' .
[ start at the Highland Church. 6 OZ JARLIMlf1 ; .. .' ," WITH-4.THE OZ.PURCHASE CANS.LI8BY;J3f; 12,

June 11. Let's all get in line Ie 12"PIRCOl.AITO"! CORNED BEEF:
$2.50 FOOD ORDER '
[I to attend.
I [ At our regular'low price
John\ .and. Betty, """Brumbelow twlI a ,. ENTERPRISE r '' J EXPIRES, S-16-62
of Jacksonville visited'here I Wl
last Sunday and plan to be I 1fA4f FYN" TAStE : INSTANT COFFEE t' o# 59" ELECTRIC. $11.95 $ _88 .

with us at Long Branch next waa,+aJ tJVfl f ;, J Jar6l20z RETAIL. VALUE. _______
.Sunday. .'... ,. ;
We learned Saturday than r Y 'FYNEYM, : : CANNED DRINKS .- 49* MERCHANTS

'the operation on, Susie padgett's i + CHICKEN TURKEY BEEF" *, HAM WITH THE Cnet PURCHASE Stamps/ t3FPKG. '
eye was a great success.
r. Says she dn' e 'perfectlywith I i HOLSUM CRNUT \IMltypoi CAKE DONUTS
the eye that the operation .I j : ; -DINNERS At ouV regular low price j .
was performed on. We I ( 'LB .
hope, the operation 'on the ] c P 0DUTCH 'U.IER 2 J TAR &9 : : JSB EXPIRES 516-62 mat

other eye will prove just as ;, ,
successful. ': MAl 1 y."OD NZ" i 6 TO 8 dz BOXES i MIX 'EM UP s IANQUET2"oz8.

Rev. Bennett from Marietta,, r ..Vanillas Black ] I r ,
'preached\ for us' at the High- C ION I ES.: Oatmeal a & walnut3 B OXES 4ft. ft, err. | SM MERCHANTS
; 99'
land Church' Sunday night'I 0 r anger & t FROZEN LEMONADE ? CANS. fltil Greta Simps
'.4 'the\riuitlr"he pastors is just \i LCook s .. ., .V 6 ,OZ. WITH THE. PURCHASE DP 10 ta.CMOWM .
a : r .' 2. : : FROZEN LIMEADE .V. .5nrFirm aua u st wa i
he lives.
I .6 myes:from, There --r- .'!P-- -"+ o"" "' """""' ''' """JV' ..A.:<.M. __ _, ... WHITE POTATOES
He makes this trip every Sunday
'. I' .. ; At our regular low price

:.We had 62,.present.in Sun-l ttAt EXPIRES_, S.1662aAc Trelm

day",School tat,,Highland last. -- tiipe .. % Velio Wrapped .For Freshness ..
Sur aiin morrUng. and 48 olj j. p. "., ..p '
these frerelbo'iJeSTceht.mem .
7 t 4 A r
f bers. The Beginners walked I '5._ MEtCHAHTS'
t off with the banner again f 25 Green Stamps

with a grade ,of 100. Congratulations Ile WITH THE: PURCHASE OF

I. AI our regular (low prfetCXPiRES
K CTNS 5 i 662II

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1' ; l"1"4 ,A..t.f Taxes- Deiertt.a
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., land ,Ar.aat( Taxeaad DMf>rl.U.. Ar.a.t .r lazes
-A .
Ovner, '
t. .sad Cetts .Lylaad- .f" A Owner Costs land A OwnerSEU.NEK o'. sad Cst
Bayless Hiway De.erijtl.a A..t .f TazesA Lots :3 of Blk :%0 inN ''."' .... ;U ": ', '.' -' N )5Jt' f.lot 1 A'S of SW ".:. :_. :"' .
of land Owai t aid Cents Reno I 23 ft. of Lot 2 '. K &: All SWK of -4
S/D.- Billy.P, Williams. iii. of Blk :47. in L TAXJos SWK & SE K of :

Lot as Due In Or Lot 4 of Blk 28' in r. ; SID' : Ida Simmons :
Agt A
SWK of .
iBy lifts A. C. EilliAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAASAAAAA Bk 14-385 25 I U Willie L. Lee Jr 4i.70 S-Reao S/D C,oraN, th, :'.Aldridge, tZ.lt, Lotsot Blk 48 ia : SEK & SEKof *- '.*> .*'.f. 'n S ,.. .
Lot 5 of Blk 23 in .:;? t 'S' > L SCA: 'Cos'S/D ". SEK Ex 9.i6A in
Beg >
at NW cor of : Sallie A Joe Williams 14.52 ,
I I. SR'1 ot SW4 of .' N-Reno SID '. Saul] .. Haakersoa i.U- W .of.Lotl 1 of Elk SE cor &: that S __.-.: ,_ .
Lot 1 of Blk 1.' C. ": Port SEt of "t"'' ''4
i I NW14 run 8 100'. in s -- 10 AS. 20 of Wn SEK

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Norman for POB, E 75'. S. Gahagan SID :Floyd ,P l Yen, ,,5:11 of Lot .2 Blk.. II E of Rd 14-15 7 22 210.95. Dull. W. Jackioa 228.41t

and family of Ocklawahawere 100"100' W 75' N.. ., Lot 3, 4 of'Blk 1 In"f%> ,' '. L T &.Cos Add '. Farmer's Supply 86.80 Com at Int of W .. :-...Jr.8', -
weekend to POB' ti ZZ Andrew Jackson fUO 'Gahagan.. SID 'Ex. Lot 11 of Blk 16 in .. t R/W of Strd 100 t' L;_' :-

guests of the 1 Lot aa Desc In Or R/W }I' Rose LeY-fbo&as tat: ,L T.& CDS Add' .. Bill" Klondes 67.98 & S Line of NW .._ r'"i.

Edward' Normans. Bk B-3U 26 i' tt Joe Louis Dean 42.70 Lot 8 of. Blk 1 in. ... t. '" ; ;,' :.' ;; .'-. Lots*13 A-14 of Blk! : 355'K of for NEK POB run Cont N ..' '. ,.:

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby All 3114 of SE>,4 of Gahagan. SID Ex ; .. '. 24 in LT&Coa N ,

had as visitors during the NW>r E of Ry Yi i tt S Ethel Tucker 1.17 R/W ::5 ;; Aaron Holley .ti. : Add' Lester J. Pratt 39.S1 Par on See Rd Line 100', 300 W ;i. .;4lPl 1..i'. : t :.. .. I

SW'4, of NEBE of Lot 10 of Blk S in t' W -56 ft of, Lot 8 A ,- SEly &: Par to Rd .-t. 1>:, .: ..

weekend their son. Bobby, of SE ye, 'Ex I-A- In ..Gahagan/ t Willie ..GJt'D. >in' W 66'ft of NH of r Ii!0', E 300' to .: ,. ;

Gainesville and Randolph SE cor Si 5 ZJ f Robert White 7.15 Com- at NE cor of :. '. '... ..i'. d Lot t of BUt 19 in. POB 15 7 22 1 Marshall a rp'Floyi; ; 85.34

Crosby of Beg 30. E of SW SE a of NWK rna :' '":< > Temples Add S J, A.. Ball ".TO Com at SW cur of

.Tanipa cor of NE'h of S on E line 500' ...... -.. -" '. ';' ,. Lot,:; &. A 22 of.Blk sEof SEK N

1 Mrs: Marie Elixson returned SE14 of 8E%, E to center ofGr : -; :" '::- ".: 3 in' lty Park SD;; J. H. Arnold 18.98 3781 E 214' to 5 ,

borne i Sunday from a week's 5,01 50'Beg 75'S Rd, N 72 deg. W -:: 1' ,, Beg "at NE cor of r POB N 75'. E 100'. 5 _,' ...a' _
to' 21 5 U Wilbur It 0' to Pas N ; r :. S 75' W .
Strong !.3{ ". SE'k'of NEK run 5 100 to ; '
visit ,with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby E'Ji of SWof 18 line E 253' to. ., ,"' f..?...... f W 335 ft S 330 ft Pf'1 19 7 32Com Virginia 'Bradley 7.61

Crosby of Gainesville. 3114 tt I II 20 Leroy Ra.uleuoD I'."t N W .180'1! .t .. ... ".Jt. .' ". -S to POB then E 130. :. at NW cor of .

.' That portion of W Slide'", VT 200 ... ... t" t ft S 50 ft W ISO SWK of SEt 4 &
There was a large crowd at to Gr. Rd S 7% ...
3/4 of N 'Ji of : : ft N 50 ft to POB 29 'II Lea] Buckles 17.02 run E 185 ft for

our Homecoming last Sunday. 'BW14 of SW's i deg. 173' to POB 22 I 22. I Fred-,- Sfts-.. \1.11 Com at NE cor of \. POB then S 300 / .

Plenty of food and good sing- which lies S A; E f r Com SCO' E & 30'.N .' .,**; .4 I : g ''of NEK A. ft. E 10S ft N

ot Co Gr Rd 28. i ZJ i Jaefe Mae Hampton I of SW cor.of NW -, : f 'i.": ', 'S run iW 350 ft, S 300 ft, W to. FOB %0 7 22 1 Jest Alexander et 14.18.,
!)lng.All ..t. lUI ; K of sW'N '( ."iJ,4i -. 1 1&5:ft for a POB. I W 462 ft of E 8S8

Vacation' Bible School L Beg 170' 'W of SE 100', E 50'. S 100', :. ." ; :": ..a' e : thence S. 50 ft.. E ft of S% of SW?{
I W 50' to POB n. 22 : Will! Le* FiereoCIMfor ',tl 150 it N 50 ft '
t 33, run NW ,W of SEK 20 7 22 7 Geneva Kennedy Norris UJ
'workers are asked to meet at coin NE 100', SE Com 866', E A: SO1 N -f.'jf;,!' 1 : ;..: 160 ft to FOB 29 < 22 L. ]f. Gatlia t; 29.29 SWK of NEK 21 7 22 40

.6 100' of SW cor of NWK i : ; ;; .. .. Dorothy StreeUr 45.21.
p. m. Sunday at the church. SW 100' to of -SWK.. N f ,-n'f I' ,"I'I-.. Com ,15 W 'of NBcoi .. '. 12 A In SE cor of

The Revival last week Beg 11 I ZJ 'Edward WH of .NE% NEK of
w&s Brown 7.11 NWK &
220' for' POE E :
Lots of $E14 of '
fI i i"i _
well attended closing with &: IZ 4 51. n. It' 100', N 50\ W.100', ',1;.', :., .'_ ";';i. '.. '. Run S.. UO''W j NH of SE'of'

.eight additions to the church 'Lotll 53&0:114 of In S ,50' to POE .. '.. 2E 6 22 i'..'Peua U1 I0y.. .S 100' for ; ? j NW>r 21 7 22 32 Olen V..Hicks 25.31

Parcel Desc :ia DB FOB .W 110' S ,,' 1 Triangular Lot
Woodlawn r. .. ; n{ :
joll-five by letter and three n 5 J2 CO Ormon4 V, Bonltay IUi :.j' -\ J' j ill .. Desc DB 88-245 29 7 22
I 28-441 ., -22 I 22 JobBByWaiter.. Llna" 100Y E ,110', NLotlhSWcbrofLot :.! Edward Grim 11." Roy James Johns 19.41
by. baptism. Beg at NW cor of parcel Desc In DB ::" rZ.''i'" *i 'ItLSI- : .!;, .. Lots 4 A 13 S/D of

, 0114 of Lot S 18-!43 22 6 22 Wst ..' 4 of BIk"5 100' ; NH of NEK of
Church services next Sun run ": ; -4:
N'& S NWK Ex Rd 29 7 2 2
SEly 158' to FOB r Beg at Tom Hall St ... 'By 125 E demon Alexaader 10.61
day as usual Baptismal! ser- BWly 70', SEly in Nat Williams r"S :";;r-:'Jr1".r'. -';> A:, W fll.. Gaakm All SW* of NWK

vice for new members will be 100' NEIl' 100'. I SID run' E OH .:: .; :. ., Add N of Ry Ex R/W

: NWly 100 SWly Cooper GR 200', 8 .:....t. .. r. 100' to POB' 29 6 22 Jima W Thomas 11.56 &: Ex E 858' in

held at the evening service on 30' to POE SZ 5 II Robert A. Carlton to Peterson 'St .' f 5 5 Lots b 'ft-6 of Blk City of Hampton 29 7 2! 4 Wiley Williamson 4.87

.May 20.Thought. 0114 of NE's of NW 1.11 100', then on Peterson L {'.:t.. ;., r B "Ia;; Fiaehural All SWK; of NWK
t- N of Ry Ex R/W .. '
W SID' -
St 100
4&E1ofNE14: ;: : ; is '
for the week: h. 'TOW t'aIdsa1B'2tatl': Nannie Graham Ex W 462' 29 7 22 12 Williamson
of NW14 of NW14 33 i U N 100' to POB 21i 1.11 ? Sanders Wiley S.S4
' 25 .
"Man, who is dust can be Danln 0, Barber Lot 13 Blk 2 "Nat '{' ;. I'h.\. That Port .ot. S%

t Jr, et al lt.7 0 Williams S/D CUf1 r 11.11I Tract A of Westpiae 'I of EH of'EH of .
,.made spiritually productive W14 of SW% Ii: BE 4,. ., .
'' of SW'A 8 I Z2 I Lot 2 1 Blk S Nat ": ,. .;;, ..It :t.'.. BID Ex E .WO 29 I 21 J. W. Thomas fit." NEK of NEK
only if he is irrigated by the 10 Harry GrteD IUI 1 that lies E of St
HorLctf 13,1Lot I Coin at' Scar '
Com at NE cor of Williams S/D Deal of ., Rd 325 & Being ,

water of the Word. SE k. of 8W>% 8 of Blk-: 1'IB ,. t \ r: h': W NEK,. 'N -44 DO r.': S of Land: of C L A?. aqt

run W 102, for Nat Williams SID :Rut>? Mu ansalali 6./1 51.0-for POB, May 30 7 22 *
F OB. S 240'. W Lot 10 of Ely 1 In -" r J* .sr: N'44 to Hwy DGW16W.S9'; S ;. 1 Lot 52H ft Sq In Eugene 17.91
160'. N 240' R/W, ,
THE E Nat Williams 8d Wlnlt.Wt c II.1S SE of Blk
RIGHT POINT for tHeway UO' to FOB NEly on R/W cor 9 ,
> a I U C.. B: Cannon : '1.15 Lot 11 of .Blk 1 IB ; a '. 272.88',' E 311.5. WHghts Add 30 7 22 DewItt Williams 15.01
yon write. (>>me'ln and SE bof NEF E ot .. : Williams SD 8.. w. 1nlt.l' .. S7.7S Com .
Nat to N side *
SJ21.8B' Beg 32 6 II on of
D. L.
RR ThomasD. iii.!1
4 '.
SE14 E .l.S
select of 1 '
your favorite ES T>b& RR Lot 2 of Blk 2 of -T : Lots 5 thru 10 of GS& F Ry on

BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE Com I 1 Z2 131 Harry Gre'D l.Oi Nat Williams S/D Irene-Richatdsea. It." Blk 5 In E W !. E Side of SEK of .

at NW 'cor of Lot,6 of Blk 2 Nat Hayes'S/D.A BHof NEK &: run N "" : '. .
GRAPH. SE'of .. :4 ih .'
of 362 ft :
9W14 Magnolia Wly 130 Cr
Williams S/D .oklt: 10,0 1 St
run E 650 ft to Rd ... :.Puaualas: ; ft to Rd, Sly
S .... AdJ Ex
%00. S WEly alonE Lot 16 of Blk 2 Nat 'H '.'" R/W ; : L. Thomas.. E!.!t Along Rd 310 ft

I NOTICE TO DEFEND Rd 3U It to FOB Williams SID Clifford cone f IUtLot Com af SE cor of I to Ry Along N .
IN SEK: of- f :
CIRCUIT COURT BRAD- Coat S along Rd 20 of Blk 21n SWK A; .5. 5 Side of Ry 289 ft 30 7 22 1 Wniy" Williamson 26.9tft
FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA: IN 417 ft W 293 run N 699.22 ft., r'
ft, Nat Williams. rHories'Dean: IUS '
W" .. SWK of SEK Ex '
CHANCERY N .. u. 'ft for
, 439
: ,
ft "' .
331 : Lot 26 of Blk 2 ia t. .; ; *, o. 5. A in SW A
,HENRIETTA HALL REDMOND it to POE FOB.; rna S 345 ft, ; cor ,
Plaintiff 3 t t! I Joseph. H Gamber Nat Williams SD Levy' Lennon 11.44. W .3SS. ft to Rd, Ex 1 A in NE' cor ':
114 of W 14 of SW JUO. : : &: Ex 7 A in SE ..
vs. 1 Lot In NWK ofSWK 'f' Nly 430 ft, E 132 ,
1'i of SW>w .' .. cor A Ex Ex .t *
4 Ry
QUINN REDMOND' I 2J 10 Jordan as Desc in : "' ft. to FOB 32 4
L. 22 2
SW1i of Brantley 5U% -5 .. ,' i'- .. Mrs. Suaeie: Canova 23.31 N 220' W of Co .' '. .
SE .
!4 of &
Defendant s Deed Bk 70 Pg 5' ) / i*. Be* at SE cor of ; ; "
.NOTICE TO APPEAR S E1; i I Z2 18 Willis 301 Ex R/W to .. 1-A-Sq in SW cor Or Rd 35 7 22 27 J"l.: Gnasm n."

'To: Quinn Redmond whose NE4! of NE'k E of lIae Johan %1.41 Nat-Williams'S/D 22 f 22 John. .A-AaBie'WiinaKt.7,11; of BH Of NW J.4 Lot 22 on Lakeview

;residence and address is: Un i 8t Rei 1& 7 I U t Leo Beg at SW cor 'of : : '.<. : .' of.SEK; N 160' to of Crystal Lake t.

,known.. W'4 of NW14 ot T, Sullivan 5.11 NWK of SWK 'ft FOB W 210', N : Homesites Jack C. Blount 10.51

You are hereby notified that I NWiA E of 8t Rei run E along K .. A'. '''', '': : .r'. ,... '- 10',- E 210', 8 60 Lots 70 &: 72 on Pine .... '. :0' f ff ,..
' Butt for.divorce has been filed 16 II t! Sec line 560 ft fo 'POB n I 22H Sautbtro StatM on Crystal LakeHomesites :. 55 .. .
gainst you in the above named 1 Leo .T, Sullivan for POB N 200 ft .
Com .
; '
at SW IUI Coast Corp. 48.70A'lyinVN R. D. AtterBBTfS If 9 15.08
car of
Court and and '

squired to cause serve a copy you of are your re- E of Wli ot ."..... ...J '.,. E to 50 K ft'See, S.lineWalong 200 ft .. ,''r. .r,, r.r. l".:..,i-Ji..:' A. in' SE cor' ef ; Lot 35 on Oak of .
8E y : ; : ,: A,8q'A'I; 1aaSW ? Crystal Lake f .
of'SE'A. E ;
answer or pleading to the com- 'o\ ,.r: f'
: 105' K 'Sec .1igeO "' t.'r ... ol"'Ef.iut.NW Home ites .
for S ._ .
; '
P05 't. .i S ;.
the Plaintiffs Attoney X' : 'j Albert G, Cuft
on .
plaint r4$0' $ ft toFOB : 22Beg 1.12 Levy; L.u.u; .1 1 : 8E .
E q. %
Green & Green. Stark lOS'S 40' a ,, U 28 Thomas Gillis w 87.79 Lot 44 on Oak of .
''Florida. and file the original I in to.S Bdry of Sec 300 .ft E of NE t 'f.: .q'I'f'' l?. '- A: W Crystal Lake ,.. :?;-- .. -:.'
. W lOS' .to cor- of Tnt of:Old :-0 ;" '.< 1. l'.i.' t Home it.. "'
the of fire of the Clerk of POB. Of.-'Hwy/tSOl End '
the 'I.
) 32 ',' :
0 .. Robert P. .
; Lulu 11. '. nd ll *.84
Balls Terr.1I L&wter.t Lamar ..: ;: .
All 01E f : : .bg:Cbambeta '
'Circuit Court on or before the of RR n.n i r ;! W ; : Lots53 A 55
10 ; .; : .
1 EE I< J. on"f. <: '
'21 day of May. 1962; -otherwise Co in. 50' Eof'Cr 10 Harry S. Greea n." St N 100'ft E 5',3": .by Madk; N' by I1cCaShnh : < Oak of Crystal ;"
'the' allegations of said Complaint of ;; ft, S 100 It,; W ; .l- ;' by..Hwy '
: 32 Lake
St .
Rd &: %5', of ? 6 28.: Jlfsl.. Greta-. BTOWB 7.11 Homefeites T. 8.
'ft; to FOB 22 I U. R'ers 'Cntc 7L771' Denaisoa 15.92
T .
will be taken as confess'ed ; Cant '
Cr of Co'' Rd Run 1- .. ...' at JJE* cor of Lot 62 on Oak of <
by you. R 1000' 'on S.R/W .. ;. Corn at SW cor of '. '.;_ :. ", ,, NWK''ef SEK. run : Crystal *

v This notice shall be published Co Rd to a Pt 100' r SWK, .N 500', E : "_ '. .!' :f :.;.:. .W.420 it: S 315'.ft : .. ,.:. ,. .Homesites Lake.. .
once each week for four consecutive W of Sal RR S 200' for POB. E ,'f.'.r-' "..1 '; |orPpB W 54 fit .. f. Lyn Campbell. 824
Lot 40 "
weeks In the BRADFORD Par to RR 544026' 'so1," N'; 100. wSO' ,... 1. ,., ir.aos. ft; E 33 rt .' on Cypress of
' COUNTY TELEGRAPH. .5 : ,.8,100' to FOB ,... i 5 Crystal Lake .' .'.
for POE, Coat s2U.'a' ....S 1 ; .: 'r:" teW >R/W'6f Rd '
. Dated this 18 day of .Apr 11, N 61 dek : being on Lamar 's..' ;; :. ; ):1' : fiO.'N aionaw Homesites Fred 'R. Potter S.S4

.1982. .W' 210', N Par to .; St 22 I 22 0I11t'.=; :4wardar' 10.94 $/W..163.* ft. .W 4 Lot 39 A 41 on '
CHARLES A. DARBY RR 2111.74', 61 .. Com NW cor of SW \ 1.:.'11':. ": Busies
Clerk of the Circuit Co rt. \ 0.11
:11 11 Z. Lake Home- ?
deg S 210' to : Marian L. CrosbDeputy .
By sites .
Yr Beg 10 SW: K run Ei7.S'f, \', c. hcotn.City. Benjamin/ 18.62
t >.12: 1 f : Suttow ,
samuel ,
Clerk. N of L Brews 2.i Z 51 110 POB .:. ,:. :; Hattie Starks ?.14Iltgola.CJtJ Lot 42 ,
% for a1' 1 : on Cypress
4-19 4-t bIN -10 NW'4 11 i EE ,. Harry. NGre.: .. ; n."' Cont.8. .rr... EaSJ1. ., i' .>"' ..v....1. ., ; t Left. ?. ;or] :; Blk".. 3' in : of Crystal Lake .w' ; .'!".,......,

514 otSW>r of 8W N\ 55'. W 19*'.. to --" .. ..... -t-'a.. i4h. ,}. 1- "fl Irene Elersoa .t al 7.64 Homesltea ...iVi'WMpMitaMtKDav'd -

COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, ot aof SE's NE'a&S: % FOB -.. '2/1'/ 22!. Clinton. Royal:.. I 8.11 LOt..S .. ot ,:3Ik .'I falncoln' '.# Lot '43 on Cypress- Web '.H

IN AND FOR BRADFORD ot SEA ..., '.{;J City .
of, NW Be lat SE cor efSWK" '- !* *&* :! Alberta Collins 5.61 of Crystal Lake 55 '" t

COUNTY FLORIDA. E Ii I ZJ 10 Weary.. 11. Lat/ 1.2 i BW' 'of :NE". : : : _. 't.&t&Sjtot'l.7r: :: L ; 2 & !:01'Blk: .. 'I'( iHattie Homesites
159.6' W'4OU' ia Edna E.
of 8.21
In re: Estate ef ; > ; I
> >
N A.v V coJn.'p1t1.< .
run "
l 3r
OLA M. PERKINS dec. of; S'j f1t SW of : : "' .>' : : Starke. 7.If: N 100. ft of 8 525 ft /5
NOTICE TO CREDITORS NW !'j S of Co Gr 111tl..W.l.! ; .,it\ ; 3 ; *r./&* !t..f.t... Lot'Btki7'fal ::-r : of that Port of .
Rd r. .. .' S ,161.15''E':179.I': : V'.x... ; -. ; LtrCeln.City-(}: !": NEK of NWK W : ; r if8 '-
( ; John
All creditors of the'estate of 11 ; Bellamy 43.9t
U -f"22 .. .
2 to FOB 0 II. .. .5.87 !
loba' D. \lalons of Rd
Ola M. Perkins, deceased are Com at NW cor ot. Iucar, ." ; 17.79 Coma pf r Llgli.t ....... :; ;:" '. .E"' 'of 'tot'.S o f BIt ..*' 1, 12 :J2 l Elisabeth J: Lanagaa. 11.01
hereby notified and required to SW1i ot "atNH cor .,- t' s% ,fOI; + .ID'C1tf t .: Julius Chandler Com at Int of E .. I
NW14'r" 131.68Sarah
: "' .
file any claims or' demands run W 259.11' POB. : I NEl1, 0r."sW- f. 8W'of. .j f '.. ;'of','wrdn '!. ::r-' .:; .. I' i.s'-:: ; t ;BlIt' 74 9 1. S5.. : line of NWK of .. ...".J>IIo.& :

which they have against S 193.51' to Gt ., '. h.. '- .. ". : ''. JUncolnCJty/ s Griffin NWK & N line ., :
mane : : : W 367V-.J8 1" 5 ; .. '- : H ii. : 5.61 of St Rd W
of flee ot the 5'- ,
elltate'ln Rd W on
said on Rd '. ft Lo .I. I.:5 I" A -
162,4 fo'r' FOB ia !';;'. ,. /rf J Rd100'
t.of.Htk N
county judge of Bradford n182.39' S 300',
667.11" to : .- U'in LIncgla' .
168,45W ; : ,
ty Florida, in the courthouse Wly Bdry of .' ..... ..: '. W 100' S 300 .
RR : 11! City"
178', N 162.45' . I : !
At Starke. Florida, within six Non RR '1420.$0' ; "" :..L .", Irene Kltrsoa 'et al 28.93Mary E 100' te POB 12 I 22
Mf ..Ef Elmer C fiovtri M.2I
: .
II ISJokJ.d Lotsdi.tf ink
179.5 POB i ,
!loW 14
calendar months from the date W U.S.OI' to Lot 10 of Lake .. n -.-. .
15 0 n 1Bttot.. All SH of SEK :: ...:) .t la. Lincoln Cltjr. .j
.of the first publication of this E A In NW J'Yaaai IUS ':," .;} \t.. I' ; t Munford 14.62 Bedford Shores .
notice. Each claim or demand cor of ': ,,- of SWK N of 'GR <> ,' <' .' ; 1.0,. in\ NE cor of :r Luther J. HIppa 184.14

must be in writing and must SW14 of NW14- of Rd Ex W .lib 24 I 22 V( ". I-,::' 'Lot ;2Blk' 5 ',tlO' :. Lot 'l! of Lake : '

alate the place or residence NE14 11 'U I Huee B, Thornton IUI '> H91l1".ort\. 90.U Sq..n t J .M./9. .' : Bedford Shores Robert Hi: Am 22.48"

'and post office address of t hoe I All EH of SEK of ):':'r ) t; f:' fiJID I ; JamM Lots 4 A 5 of Blk
claimant and must be sworn Beg at SW cor of SWK S of Rd A :' .... ... .,,. Con .sit' NI:, sot ofNWK \I tr McDtnlel 6.91 C &; l/20th fnt In '

by the claimant his agent or 48 3114{' of NW14 N W 5 A of .that ..'. ;:i ji( '; !,.. of NEK ;- Tract E In Bedford .

Ms attorney, or It will become to FOB N portion of the. SWK ... rna 8 682. W .'t' Oaks George Alvia Harvey 89.41
l'U' :
void according to law. E 115' to W -S S of the SBJi1 r' .-. ., L 322J', s. W.57".. W ;. .... S Lot 5 of Bit D t
April 17. 1962. Rd Gr Rd Son 8 of Ri 24 22 15 ... --c. ittfOf 47..' 10a.,.*:. to FOB, r l/20th Int In .
T. L. McDonald, R/W 114'' W ; Cont W f Tract E of Bed \t
165' to FOB Jtmea Midison Lot 5 of Blk i in : : 400 tP }
of the Estate of 17' s'; I ford Oaks
Executor U S/D
Bradford Ely-Bdry of st ,
: .Hgte .; Stalder A; WIndham If."
Ola M.. Perkins deceased.First Sut NEy of NJi: S"eeney.. Jr ; .I.U. SID Ex S lie; Jatiq Q .bea C" steer. ,!3.91 Rdlt, > 'N :14 .deg : Lots 4, 5 of Big B-
on April 19, 14 ., .W
publication 7 I .400 -.on }tE Mt. Pleasant
;4962. S% of SE" U 20 lrlne Kelly EH of NWK'of ., George R Bohannaa 17.98
of SW .. *.
I.U .!, 600.8,1'.SrPQB S3 'II R
A Pierce % of SEK!: of NEK'. Ex : : .- -Corp. x 147.71 Lot 9 of Blk! E-

Thomas NW4 17' II i Minnie Lou N 105 ft 24 I 21 i ll tia.rnR&y.i Cou.r' 11.U Cm at .NW cO r of .'i .. ti :.1.. Mt Pleasant SID
At Law \ De.ue Archie 10.69
Attorneys 113 of NW>% ot IUSV .... '0<1 ,..... .: :: .NBK ''of' NW'I.. MoCallmaa
.203-205 North Temple Ave. SE k W 90 ft of N 105 ; : Tract 10-Carl Voll-
Florid. 11 I 21 11 EH of NWK' .1 .', ;. 't'v. run 8' 420' E 215'.for : kopf SID
Starke Roo..nlt T7s0n ft.ef :, : 4 James
U. Z.
In IU' Lee 124.51
,-u .4t5-11 cor of E% of .SEK of NE ," : ':.': 1 ear) S '

.. .. of NE14 of SE\, K Ex W .40. ft 22EH I '22 Alice ; alter' 11.ES UO'."' E lOD 6 Com at NW cor of
210 320'
; W
ft 100'
E to
&: W by of SEK of SE .' "i <'ta.:4:, NE h. K 978', S
410 : FOB
ft N &: S IS t .. 33 I 22 Virgil Morrison b.$7 428.09
22 for
2 William K of NE y. Ex W + ; POB, .
ESTATEREAL Corn at QTb7 cor of Tyson Jr 4.S7 :1A 28WH < 22 4 JJfr.:W.'T..Toraprla:: : + !1.U Com at ..SE tine of .{ Cont S 75.65', B: :'a '
Securitybegins SEK run 295.1'of for NWK . ''.of SEK of SE '=. 0/ :!'..: '..: ':' :: .r: NEK.t0POB:run Cont W. 210'W .' 141' to lAke .
N 210', E %19'; S K., of 'NEK Ex W f .' o., ... ,!'i-.r'; ',; 814'N.'Y10', E 103.5, W oa 667'Lake to .

4, POBW 210' to ; .4V-A" ftW 66 ft, Ii. Ex S-90 ZI M"II'I duaB.:-J itt" .s'I ,. 11.ft U4', 8 I!1O' to POB Z| I H Ellis R C4ettr. li.fl

JOB Ex If. 22 !:
11 1 00; R/W Everett W. Medlia 12.Oi Com at
22. 1 SE of
Ernest cor
Williams 5.37 46 ft of. SEA of :t. ,' .
S 2/3 of > ?*- ; Beg at. NE cor of .. "
with 1 NW h SWK of .j SEK of NEK 28 $22 1 .Percy SBttitsa: 2$..792ft 'JjWK of NWK -* NE!% ft: run W 's ,
18 I 22 . then NWly
27 '
W 220 ft of NEK ;Leroy. Den 11 91 Blk, A Ex' 1 Lot on ,--r.'h".. .run S ,181.5 W. tie,5' tor POB.

yourREALTOR of SWK S S4 Side, being 220 :. x ;" .t 4z1;-;.., '361J": N 861.5'. S then Nly 1115' to .. 'J ".

.. E% of 18 f 22 7 Dorothy A Jennie Hall ii .09 ft Ex W. by 15.7 t H rw-?.: ..." .: 361.5! .to-.FOB' U' 2J.. 2% Jacqueline A Moore !t.tl! N line of SH of

K Ex NEK of SE ft N A; S on W 4 .... ,. iIt. ;U.t.''' .. B lr; at' NE cor of"irt : NEK. Ely 55' 8 a .
2A In : s. ;
cor NE side by .".1 ft' "' .f,......."" 'ffM.,. "1."t..'...'. .._ -.". 't."-, -7. AAfract '3eing 1267 Nly 10$'. to .. ,M 4' .
is .1 22 18 Ernest Dell N ft "S on Ei 6 POB

: Com at SE cor of ;: :. 17.19 .fa. BlandingSD.. :,J of"VklalW" ; lta 244.13. .V IJE:'ofSliK cor: of, NE N .2 Com at SE 24 I 21 Cliff *- "'Jr..' .. 4144
,Your Bettor Is a trained Sec and run W 105 Lots S 5 A 7 of Blk ; .,;."_ 1..r :.r' ", .' 100%: W '100S ; NEK run cor W of ..
ft I
for 1: '
N a POB run ; :. : 13 In Orig Towa : etea+ ats .1..1' ''t., l ilOO', E 100 to Beg 34 C 22 M. H A Caarlatt Jones 7.61 .5', NWly 186.5 -I .

Professional expert \\110 ft '105 ft. W 105 1. ; )-_ .of Starke ... : 'ltrs1f: T.' MarsjsaJB 115.16 Com.i af; tot of N1T1J4IT.'or.Gr'Rd. ; for POB. N 1185' .'. .. .
S 105 ft E ..., ', "
has access to the wort d's ft to' POB"I. 105 t ,.. ; : ., E 48 H ft.ol.lota 1.3of ..s '.,. ,'!." .- Ii..t' ., &: .. Wly on N 'Lin. .
I. II. Lester Prevatt Elk.li Ex S 't : J. .Wly 'Bdry of : .- 55', Sly
storehouse of real Com 29.81 ; ,: -i i Ely >. 1100, :; rr. *.
largest at SE cor of *.* .. 4900' *' -.f-
< IOftAExR/WIn': f.r.-t..i 'Sof flEly 10 .
NWl% of to POB 24 S
Sec A run W t., .. .. ;t. ;r' '' C. C,' Hofaa 17.91
estate knowledge through.his : ; : .Orig -Townof. J. .. .!;..' 'J. "' -NEU run Ely > r Lot 2 dean .y
as Begat .'
815 .
ft for a > Starke r" 'L.-.A..:Ciao' toUOEI1U'ft..otLot.'l %8..71'to POE. ".1 NW .. .. .\. ,.'.;;. ;, ..
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cor of
membership in his local FOB. Run N 105 .. .. %.. i SWK, ":'; '
L :: .No. -
'' 104.3P
: .11'' Ely '
: ', of BEK '
ft W' : of NEK .
real estate board and the 210 ft B <1 .
1' :--- 2'U1'. Sly 104.15"Ylx'
A 3 of Blk .19 Ex ;.i.t. then <-
105 .' ," ; run 8 61 _
ft. E 210 .
National Association of Real POB ft to 20 .1 .. i .S 32- ft 'in OTIS ,, ",. ; f.'i.f ,r;.-.f;/; : ;\'. : 201.11'* .PB. 35 .I 22 Southern Statea Const degs 20 min, E 48 -.. .-

'Com i 22 .Lester-.Frevatt -$ 20.29 Town of Starke- 'L''Ca1\o\'lt '. 247.11 A Supply. Co. 49.70 ft to POB N 45 .- .t u ;! !..'' :
Estate Boards. 91 'l : : 'f" .
ft N of SE .. S '= :; : $' .. 8W dogs E 775 ....
cor of i; 1 Lot Desc in Or Bk16Pg ..,n" ..i i r ,: ) ft, S, ",
Look to the Realtor NWK run W of : 186 Being ," -- r'. ; f'. ''i."t. f .NW' d 25 ti 22 20 Dorothy Streeter 22.42 142 ft. S 45 degs r-v. :..' .-.

t19ftN3lftE J '" ':' :#; a Triangle Be.tween ...:.. : : Be' at tot of 1r W 6<0 ft, N il .' '.. .

who displays this 239 ft,- 851ft to .;..... '_ .. Sal RRA: -' $' '. .. '">-\ 4t/W' Hwy .tt -A degs 30 mln. W .,," .._ ; .:: .
Thompson St JI I 21, Jo.'CWarrest.et .34to ..N 104.2. ft to POB 24 8 22 .1a.
Emblem the POB Ji I : 4. : : al R/W of RR. } *s, K-HutpB II."

symbol of Lot 9 of BUt 2 la 22 Lucile:'.. "Easton. 14.52' I Coin at SW "corTofWataut : L/..':. _' .. ', ; L' S -w -189.02 : N 1 Lot In SE cor of ':, .. '.
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J. .20S.71' -228.J9' 8 "
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Sunny Acres A Adk''t.. ;' '-i, ': .. ; ; :: .. NE% of- .,
berurityNational S/D 'Alberta. ;Tyvoa. .61: A run W 214. ft,, ;.t.. 7;',;., '.... ,' .; toW: .R/W of '.. NW % of NW k .

Com on W side of *' -t' S 110 ft. 'E' ZIt _... .L.i,:.. t ;.H.wy.'S OB .W7RJW 5 being 108 ft N & ..: ., '

Association of Rd ZOO 200 ft / ft, N 110 ft to POB 22 6 28 ; ..L. ;A. Caaova:4' : '21249 to Beg 35 I 22 1 Panliae Evass 1'84 8 by heft E: A *. : C.".-,
N .
Estate Boards SEK from of S line of Lot 3 of' Blk. 2 laT ;. .;-.. : r.i a } ",. ..j f. N : 'Ex W Ex E 50 25 t 22 Johnnie-L.-Flowers! $.11
Real SWK A -
; J'.:rA E..of Dirt Com at SE of ft' 5 ,
: run N 204 ft W L A Cos SID ,Loavaaia:Beliasoa .,i.il

Chicago, Ill.Washington .- I 215.65' S 187.91' L3: I. Lot 2 of Blk 15 in j : ;:- :. -. A. W.' ,' of. -HD > .SWK of NWK ..
1 .ad 4 T 22 & run N 350 ft .If( f "
E to POB 21 I 22 1 0014&, llart1a L T A; Cos S/D JfetU flumes i.29 75 Mrs. A. A. Wllliainsoa 64.52 ... .1"-tt.

D. C. '1 1 Lot in SE 'cor of \ ., a. 41.51 W ',,_* of', Lo'ta.l-A, :; ; ; :Iw .N'ItNE?% of: >k 'of, NE t ; for 330 a ft POB N 350 run ft W '.

WH of Blk 1 S 4'of'BlkIIi Ia LTT '. :*: fc-v ? 25 I 22
W..1.1A i T 22 E 330 ft, S to POB 9 Minnie Joss 12.01
SPONSORED BY THE of R 2 W &Coa' ; 4 Nathaqiel dark !.82 .
105 ft SID' L .
Clttle. C.I.iaaa f! Com at SE cor of .. .. Lot 30 of Blk A !inCypress : .
N&Sby210ttE: E% of Lot-1 ft f.ef..1. :' '., T-'-; :, Beach SID !. '.. Dobba. .
I A W In Temples .93M 's.w 'of NEK A 11.11Lot
BRADFORD CLAY S/Dex H ". .,. Elk 17 In Ii TAl a, >' ;t.; run< N 410' ft for 22 of Blk A In' : .
on Jiv '
!. S22 ,- :. :' Cos SID. -; ,Ra'op> tColenaaW. U.. Beach .
fa. POB. .Cypress SID Judson :+
Int 21 : TUB W t I 'Uoyd 30.01
BOARD OF REALTORSSTARKE An Un Div 'Cleon M..Dowliag 30.38 EH.of Lots 1 AMof I .,. .see -n.. N 65-ft E Com at NE cor of .j !.,. "'
H Int Blk"18 inL' Tft .. _. :- ; ,:
In 1 Lot In PI. =.. '" .. *' : -SOO ft. 8 M ft to 0;' <..' NWK run W ;. =: '
SE '
: cor of W% by Blk : ." Cos S/D. c. "Joo' 'Coi.maaLots ;\,: ., SOB I 7 22 1 Nora Button 1.11 .122r. 8 24 deg W .0, .,...i'
1' S of R 2 W / : .. 'S A W. C!"',.f :r ; :;*<: 'S$1-of Iv'W'l, 0 1 22f60r 49' 110' 8'II deg_35 +

Guy AndrewsC. 105*. N A: S By .. Lot 4 of Blk 15lavL "' : .f":' 12X Com'-at' NW 'cor of T. J. AUermaa' 28.28 mins 25*.!' for i: ;.. ::<
BID'.1 : ; Wlit V' .
T A Cos S 24
.. A. Futch 1 210! E & Win. ; ,. ''. '. 4 !Mary;',.. -4'slt.. :,+>q>.ai'. ;., J7. ;:EH of' BWK of ',' !io FOB* to deg Lake .' -.
Temples S/D WH of Lots 1 I'i < < :
U. 22 ,m:% 1'1ID'g Lake "
Gordon Thompson BElT on
Charley E. JohnsA. .. -of Blk 19 IB LT it .' .i 'Aa4:r" : ,: >It8 208 ft U'J."i
Chev. : N 24 dec E to 8RW
Inc.c It> .
A Cos S/D ., IR liar :W'4 : ...
Beg at SW cor of .: :AadYu GiHGa ; ft N MS '. of G Rd SO S .u J'
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J. Thomas NEK of SW ... : .. .. W% of Lou 3 'A. '4 lx; "- s;at ,to POB f T .28Cwn fi'8 Asa1ei'. Motel .. .17..56 to POB 85 f 22 Truklia alWg.n

run N 305 ft I of Blk 27 in L.T. R"S S ..,at.. NE: eor ofSEK 1'.ft
SEly SD'r l :'
423.3 A Cos
ft. r .. ?taeas-BbOCSm of NE % of
'James E. McEachem S 179 ft. W Stt. _;. ':\.z"" ". 1fJll1&IU ...,211; .SBK rna W 620 .' Beach T. D. We1A4oa >!r.. 111.9
ft to Lot 22 m Indian
POB Ex 1 sUnotlot4'.r 'r -5 .fttoNR/W/of ,, .

S. E. McKay Lot In NW cor 75 Blk S3 'In-L-T T < r :Co. Gr Rd for .. .. Beach Clifford '1'. Flckett 171."
ft N A S by 100 W 60of E
A; Cos SID \ FOB. Coat W 7Mft 't. 110' of
\.1. Prsak'Ir.'wuYamstI .
'a J. -Pete- O'Conner ft E A: W 21 I 22 Sa. a.WlWams et al 544 : et t.. S.401 ft to N '. S ,0' of Lot 7 of

Lot 1 thru tot Blk 1. .. .. ,": ,11.1J rR7W of Co Ed. ir Blk 1 Santa 7. .
40in _
Lots S, 4 of Blk f" ;
3IIDDLEBUROVm. 10 In N Reno S/D ; NEly along Rd to Shores Qulaey .Tsylo .
I Leslye Best A IDes L T A; Cos sID UtIy.A: : .
,Lsasfikeksos( :
1t It 1.2. Elisabeth C Fowler 1.11
HJghtower! flIt f.
\ R. Weigel 1IRk.; "f s" lUa J.: R. KELLY-
Lots 6 ft Blk Sw"" of 'SW .
7 of 13la f! J Lot ': ,. U of
N-Renp. SID 1c:; Lwoy Long, Jr. -TT L T & Cos !r ;.NEi( 11 M ,12 Feed Cols eat 1 3.00 T OO ,
BIDIF'.! 't. z;, ', iLtr >.';S/4' .of. NE of S-l 4t S-24. -.-....- +.... >0 .
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