Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01257
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01257
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I Simmons Trial I CivicRollild BACK COUNCIL'S ACTION ,of FLA. HISTORY '


:I i i Is Postponed Table Proposed C C Directors Commend

Until January Jaycees

The trial of Joe Simmonson C Y YSI A decision to undertake the Free Parking For City i

hit and run charges, orig- j. '- .i o organization of a Civic Round
inally set for Monday in i I s Table was made by the Starke
County Judge's Court was I Jaycees at their regular meet-

postponed until January at ing Tuesday night. resolution
the request of Simmons' attorney The proposed round table the

Sigsbee Scruggs. The would be comprised of representatives -I "Love That Council on
j f delay was granted because from the various I :I action
Scruggs is currently involvedin civic clubs in Starke and the
c"1rcult'court' trials in Ala- county. Purpose of the new -: a

chua County. organization would be to cen- Legislators and newspa- and Lulu. Lisa is nothing on
Simmons will face the tralize community effort and permen from four North- more or less than our old meters
"leaving scene of accident" coordinate: activities of com- east Florida counties en- friend "mullet," all dressedup for

charge In connection with the afi' mon interests it was said. joyed a luncheon date Tues- with a fancy name to next three
hIt-run death of Mrs: Jean Representatives of the Jay- day with Lisa at the Flor- make this "working man's was a-
Davis Mixon of Starke last YP cees, under Community Development ida State Prison canteen. Pompano" more appealingto by the
Sept. 14. Mrs. Mixon was Chairman George Lisa who hails from Ce- the American housewife.It of Com-
struck by a Volkswagen station 1,000 AttendOpen Roberts will contact the various dar Key, first appeared at seems that the name at its
wagon, driven by Simmons civic groups concerningthe the table with very little "mullet" has an unfortunate .
on Highway 16 east of round table proposal and< dressing, adorned solely in connotation in some also urged
Starge. Simmons said he will sf iip an organizational a pale green lettuce leaf. parts of the country, whereit and
panicked after hitting Mrs. House At Fla. BankPictured meeting later this month.In Later Lisa returned to the is applied to all scrap 100 per
Mixon and continued on to other business the Jay- room in two fetching styles fish having little or no food the city
his home at Kingsley Lake. cees adopted a project to con- created by Claude Johns, value. The mulletpromoters park their

The 47-year-old petty offi- with S. L. Peek nator of. the Florida National festivities in connection with struct "Welcome to Starke" head prison steward and first tried marketing it dis
cer was involved in a second Jr. [center], president of the Group of Banks and Ray M.I I the opening of the new'bank signs on which the civic and his able assistants. under the title of "Florida

auto accident on Monday. Florida Bank at Starke at Gidney formerly National building at the corner of Jef- ., professional groups of the city Photographers were on Salmon," but the labeling ample
Sept. 1. when he ran his station Comptroller of the Currency t: may;, place their club emblems hand to photograph the laws soon put a stop to shoppers.
ferson and Clark Streets.
wagon into the rear of the open house in the new and now chairman of the i and meeting dates. A motion Senators and Representa- this since mullet and sal- who
a parked car on W. Madison bank building last Sunday board of the Florida National More than a thousand per- was also passed to sponsor a lives each taking his turn mon aren't even kissin' board's
St. He is also charged with afternoon are Edward Ball Bank of Jacksonville. sons toured the handsome New Year's Eve dance. holding Lisa. After the cousins. Someone finally said there
under I Dr. Wayne Whiff en was elected Sen. Ed Fraserof came with the idea of at-
failure to have vehicle [right], trustee of the AlfredI. I The two officials were building during the open luncheon up
control, and driving while house Sunday afternoon. to the position of club Macclenny was seen calling it "Lisa," the Span- one-hour
[Continued on Page Six i duPont Estate and co-ordi- among the many attending director filling the unexpired leaving the prison grounds ish word for mullet and dis

1 term of John Pitts who has with Lisa on the front seat the problem was solved. would not
J For 26th Straight Victory I moved to Atlanta. President of his car. Lisa, which comes in cans merchants

I Fred Snell reported that 12 In fact, Lisa made a big similar to the packaging of were co-
pounds of coffee was donatedby hit with all the men, none salmon and tuna fish, is the park-
the Band Boosters.The cof- of whom, it was noted, packed at Cedar Key, the
Tornadoes Tame Tigers 35-12; fee was left over from the La- brought his wife to the lun- mullet metropolis, under that, In
bor Day free coffee project cheon. the sponsorship of the Salt parking
sponsored by the Jaycees. Water Fisheries Division of at

Perhaps it should be stated the State Board of Conser being, be-
Play As Team For First Time I Thomas AsksInformation at this point that Lisa vation. The Florida Devel- as a per-
has nothing in common opment Commission is also don't care
. I .. "
with- those- four famous assisting in the promotionand The Ma-

t "We played as a unit for on a long run. He led the Tor- to lead his team to their my Gray could get but three "L's" Liz, Lolita. Lola, popularization of the that if

II the first time this year. Coach nado offensive with 137 yardsin fourth tally of the night. Gar- yards against the stone wall employ-
4 David Huria said of his Tornadoes 11 tries including a 79 yard dner's romp in the fourth period the Tornado defense erected On Gpy Deals"I -- --start of
and end Gerald Odom and
I' after they had tamedMonticellos TD romp late In the fourth was the Tornadoes' fifth would like for those who Autos CollideAt in
27 yards to the Monticello 43 cars
Tigers 35-12 last period to cap the local ball and final score.. Friday '-was have been defrauded by shell
where Tornado quarterback day long, .
i.Fliday night Jor...thei> 6tht moving explosion. The..speedy the.first time the Tigers had )acks signaled for fair i house and home improvement Fla.'TheatreSaturday start rigid
: straight victory and their 30th scatback ran most of the way been scored on this season. a I businesses to write and give me NightTwo enforce-
It k contest without a defeat. with one shoe off as he shook The. TJgers(: also connected From there a Starke back- the facts in their particularcases to the usa
The Tornadoes completely loose on a trap play up the twice in the second and field composed of fullback ," Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr. automobiles collided in
dominated the larger Tiger middle between the center and fourth quarters. Their first said this week in a statementto front of the Florida Theatre'in t -
Rowan Thomas and half wu
(f team by scoring every quarter I the right guard. TD was set up on the last backs Leonard Dugger and The Telegraph. Starke at the intersectionof help bring
the second. Rebounding of the first period 54 During the 1961 legislative Call and Walnut Streets %
except I The Tornadoes' offensive play a' down-
Tom Gardner began to move :: '
after their poor showing punch in the first period was yard pass from quarterback the ball. Gardner got eight session Thomas introduced Saturday night as one was :r t said.
against P. K. Yonge's Blue capped off by two oneyardTD Jimmy Cooksey to halfback yards and Thomas seven for a I House Concurrent Resolution attempting a left turn onto compet-
I Wave the previous week and thrusts by fullback Noegel Sammy Gray in the flat who first down at the Tiger 28 2711 calling on the legislative Call, the police department new

,., > claying without the services and Gardner. After a lull in then heaved it downfield to yard -line.-, rhurorpr. added three council. to- investigate. .the. financing announced this week. free
of steady halfback Marty Starling the second period Starke opened halfback Allen Reames at the i before Gardner--00-got eight more and constructing or According to Officer Harry .
it took the Bradford the second half by driv- Tornado seven yard stripe. A in two plays for a first down shell houses in Florida. The Pride who investigated the parking
County boys just nine playsto ing 53 yards in six plays for second aerial a five yardef, atthe 17, and on the next council is to submit a reportto mishap, in which there were district
drive 43 yards to boost full- their third tally as Noegel from Cooksey to Reames wait play Dugger went for 17 yardsto the 1963 Legislature and no serious injuries a 1962 attraction
back Larry Noegel over for drove over from the three. ing in the end zone made good the one foot line, the long- recommend such legislation as Rambler was attempting to motorlst&A elemin-
the first of five scores earlyIn The drive was sparked by a the tally. Their second score est run of the drive. may be necessary to correct turn left from Walnut onto nui
the initial period of play. 30 yard run by quarterback I came in the final quarter after Jackson was stopped cold any abuses found to exist. Call. At the same time a 1956 : still irri

"We were Improved in every Bill Jackson on the option a 73 yard sustained drive on a quarterback sneak before "I know that some of our Ford driven by Adro Brown, ,a,; .--- I especially
phase of the game" Coach play around right end. against Tornado substitutes. fullback Larry Noegel came in citizens have been taken ad- a city employee, was headed pay a 50
Hurse added after declaring Monticello could get off on- Fullback Virgil Davis carried and pushed it over for the vantage of by certain of the south on Walnut and rammed .
that all his players "were ly six offensive plays in the over from the one. Both Tiger score. Jackson worked the option shell house and home improve- Into the Rambler damaging Credit Union com-
outstanding." He would single third period before the Tor- attempts to kick extra points for the point after andit ment people" Rep. Thomas the front ends of both cars ex- consumer's

out only one player for in- nadoes had the pigskin once failed. was Starke 7 Tigers 0. said "and I am asking that tensively.The As Mayor Signs afford to
dividual plaudits punter i again and were on their way Play-By-Play Bishop again kicked off- these people get hi touch with Rambler was driven bya smallest
Fred Wheeler who averaged on a 70 yard TD drive. Fullback Bishop opened the ball this time to the Tiger 25 and me so our committee may have 15-year-old juvenile Joe to dis
46.3 yards for three punts. Rowan Thomas, Gardner game by kicking off to the quarterback Jimmy Cooksey the benefit of their experiences. Brown of Starke who was accompanied Heads of credit unions in the stop
Wheeler kicks barefooted after and Jackson sparked the drive Tiger 10 where the pigskinwas returned it 12 yards to the 37. ." by a second juve- as Mayor Randal Chitty (center) money in
the fashion of Starke's with Jackson going over for taken by halfback Allen Getting but eight yards in The committee will hold its nile, Donald Falcon. Both ing International Credit Union ," the
Hallie Seymour who graduated the score around right end Reames and returned to the three plays the Tigers were first hearing in :Miami on boys were treated at the ley (left), president of the Clay

last year with a grid schol- on the option from a yard out 17. Reames and halfback Sam-. again forced into a punting Oct. 22, and Thomas would Bradford County Hospital Union; and J. C. Fogg (right), direc-
rshi t/> the University nf situation and nrlnm booted like to have all letters of com- The has been turned that a few
a pFlorida case
nanir...... FmrlnvAtx<.. .. : fll and let rfon..
-h-; h--o I .J & &uJ' aa. ""
puntsand Coach Hurse Says one 35 yards to the Tornado plaint on hand at that time. over to county authorities care-
Credit Union League. .
plays end on the Gator 20 where Jackson again called since a juvenile was involved allow their

freshman team. i for a fair catch. Quarterback Club Officer Pride said Standing ((1-r) are: M. A. their cars
junior left halfback Tom The Tornadoes in turn fail- ey, treasurer of the Bradford thus
Gardner from Keystone Lake City To Be Rough;. ed to get a first and Wheeler Meets TonightThe Wednesday.. k president of DuPont CU; and of the

Heights provided Starke fans lofted a 53 yard punt which I Electric JCU. more
with their first chance to see hit and rolled through a Tiger regular QuarterbackClub BANK HOLIDAY .
Bradford back break away back's hands and was recovered meeting will be held I A credit union is a that the
Will Take Better Effort"It by Starke end Ken Thursday Oct. 11. at 7:30 p. I The Community State Bankof some common bond who Association
Terrell at the :Monticello 13 m. in the high school cafeteria. Starke and the Florida savings to one another for business
Plans will be made for the Bank at Starke will not be cent
yard line. Gardner got eight unions in the Starke area have a per
annual mullet smoke. All open for business on Friday meters are
i yards and fullback Thomas with total assets exceeding $
Register For will be a rough game, 7-6. and Ocala 210. i four to put the ball on the members please be present if Oct. 12, Columbus Day a legal 15.
and I think the boys are awareof The Tigers use the same goal and Gardner took it over possible. holiday in Florida. give us

it," Bradford High Grid basic defense a 5-4-2 as the for the Tornadoes' second TD .- ---- i i if the bus-
TennisTournament Coach David Hurse said Wed- Tornadoes but vary it with a and a 14-0 score. ra enough of
nesday of his Tornadoes' up- 6-3-2 with their tackles split Bishop again kicked off to i 1 cooperate

coming Friday night tilt with wide. the Tiger 25 and Cooksey returned I Page 61
Lake City's Tigers. According to the Tornado it 14 yards this time .i
"We'll have to play better scouting report, the Tigers' to the 39. Then on their first J 1
Before Oct. 16 than we did last week to win" best lineman is right offensive play after the TD Cooksey
} Hurse said "And we'll haveto guard senior Robert Robertson threw to Gray who in turn I
i pass more than we've been a three year veteran who tossed to Reames to completethe I
doing." The coach called last weighs in at 205. Left half- 54 yard perfect pass play,
Friday's performance against back Dewey Keen. 160 pounds,' to the Tornado seven. On i Lake Butler
Phone 964-7441_ Monticello the best the Tor- runs hard the report says, and third down then Reames work- has been

nadoes had given this season right halfback Joe Dykes 155 ed his way into the end zone ; Democratic
Starke I and said it was the first time is very fast and will have to behind Bill Jackson who was Judge of
be contained. The Tigers' best that side and syh r position left
they played as a unit. i defending on r
I .
Recreation Dept. Hurse did say however, back however is their 180 II I I took in another pass for the r #w death of
I .
I that the Tornadoes are in the pound fullback Richard Cole score. Cooksey's kick for the y I .
1 best physical condition for a hard hitting piledriving runner point after failed and the t as the

this tilt since the first gameof score was 14-6- Starke. -- meeting
I .
This Space Contributed 11 the season with Macclenny. Starting line-op The second period was taken y Demo
The Tornadoes will travelto Coach Nurse named in his up almost entirely by the HereSteel I on
Weekly to Publkha Tiger land Friday night to probable starting line up: left' two teams attempts to mount Steel Structures Under Way will appear
} meet a line that will outweigh end. Billy Dowling left tackle passing attacks hut neitherwas I Elec
Smith left guard La- successful.,The Tornadoestook ,
them approximately 10 poundsper Jimmy
Events byThe scheduled for com- Ground was being
Community man. Lake City's defensive Dell Crews center, Harold the kickoff but were for- griders outlined buildings of a Dem-
readied this week for new
forewall averages more than Bishop, right guard Gary Kou- ced to punt when two Jackson against the sky are symbolicof pletion in November.At by the com-
I Pure Oil Service Station to
II : Community 200 pounds per man. Coach ba. right tackle Jack McComb. passes went incomplete and continued building activity right is steel going'into for be constructed just north of advice of
construction of building Ad
'* "* right end Ken Terrell left Wheeler booted to the Tiger Tom
in Starke. At left workersare
Hurse says. The Tigers have Gateway Chevrolet Co. on U. Chevrolet building. Clyde not
State Bank 1 halfback Tom Gardner, full 6 yard line a 50 yarder. was
01 been beaten so far by three back,Larry Noegel. right halfback -i The Tigers In turn took to seen putting together' S. 301 North. This buDding Knowles Construction Co. of a special
big. rough teams Gainesville Leonard Dugger, and the air after driving from the skelton of one 'of the three Is scheduled for completionin Jacksonville is the.contrac the Nov 8

High 33-0. St.-Augustine quarterback Bill Jackson. .(Continued on Page 6). new Bradford County Fair ten days or two weeks.',- tor on both buildings; .r ,_ __

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'r Mrs. Effie Johns had as Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Town- :.
c.- Services HeldWednesday
guests Mrs. Henry Carter of send of Atlanta, Ga. visited ,

Maxville on Saturday, and their daughter, Mrs. A. L. '

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Frankof Crosby Jr., and family from i s I For :--i: > '> I'M MOVING

Lakeland on Sunday. Thursday to Saturday
Mrs. E. L. Crawford in J. C.
was F. H. Kramer was5 in Baptist I McGee,46 i

Jacksonville over the week- Memorial: Hospital from l'\c I packed mj bags and
t t311.riD s OYO d TP Mt-oesl { end visiting Mr. and' *. I ..,
.. : Mrs T. Sunday to Tuesday for obser- Rt files and am now in the pro
.0"- J. C. McGee. 46. of Starke
.,A.Crawford and Mr. and'Mrs. vation. !
i died Sunday afternoon in rev of moving into nn urn
.Mr.,and !Mrs. Richard Houston -I ',.Misses]; ,Jean Mundy and Jack Rentfle. Mrs\ ; J. Ei Chance, and Mr.i Hollywood, Fla. after short Offn-t
a insurance
of Tampa.will.he,weekend, Francis 'Cannon of FSTT will }Mrs'leah' :; Brown of ;Jacksonville ,i ancf: Mrs. Douglas Cole of Ocala i illness. He was born in South State Farm

guests of Mr. and,Mrs. George was visiting Mrs. E. i were Sunday visitors of I So just g-ve me a call it
spend. the weekend with Mrs. Carolina on July 13, 1916 and
Flynn Jr. L. Crawford last Tuesday and t ]Mrs. Etta Hoover.Mr. I y _
:W. B. Mundy.Mr. had made his home in Starke '; you hate any questions about
.. Rev. John Brabham b in Wednesday. j and Mrs. W. T. Jack- 1llFa
and Mrs. L. A. Davis for the past several years with t o .
Auto IJfe. .* Fire I : d uanee.
LeesDur 'hone EBtadSf to Friday Mrs. Leon Gray Jr., and I son and family wera in Willis-
,were in Jacksonville last weekto his sister Mrs. Jimmie Swin M ,
attending the trOmt'S' k Florida daughter Lisa, of Jacksonville ton on Sunday visiting Mr. .. I'll be glad 'o im-l:
attend the U.DC.: '" dell.
Pastor's School, were overnight guests recently i and Mrs. Frank Weaver and : i
Division convention at the :" !; Surviving are his father, pith you ail)'''he"am
,Mrs. James ,,Blackshear, of Mrs. Pat Cauffman and :Mark Jackson.
: George Washington Hotel. family. *. W. :B-Mtmdy attendedthe t .t. Joseph McGee of Macon. Ga.! ; family insurance
R v. R. MacBlain, and Mrs. I Mrs:: time about jour
Mrs. J. R. Kite visited Dr. and Jeffords a i one brother,. Oscar G. McGeeof '
Lucile Davis attended the dis- i Mr. Mrs. C. I. Florida Baptist Camp "
'' and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins iIi? needs! Mj Il:-\\ IIf
Green Cove Springs: three .
of Jacksonville were Saturday committee meeting aft Hend- .
"ti'Jct three meeting, of the I i %
-Episcopal Church Women in ",Tallahassee over the weekend.' visitors; and Mr. and Mrs. ricks Baptist Church in Jack-I 1, sisters M r s. .Swindell, of fire end: ) phone number an
Mr. and Mri. James Gill *ofJecksonvWe. ;, .. !! Starke: and Misses Margie !
; ,
Earl Jeffords and daughter, The
.eke City on Wednesday. I sonvillji on Monday., groupenjoyed < listed belou.
Roy'Reddish :t't Jl.
and Mrs. -
Mr-: and Pose of Macon,
.. McGee
Mrs. Irene Roberts and Mrs.: Anita, ofHigh' Springs were a "cook out" given by I '- t "" ,
Webster. and Mr.and.Mrs. "
J.frerbert:$ Thomas are spending' of Sunday visitors of Mr. and : Mrs. Clyde Lipscomb. chair- --I.. ,: 'I' '. Ga.; and a step-sister Mrs. MERRITT WILLIAMS
: Brvant Reddish and I :fr
.: Mrs. George Huggins': and Miss Carolyn Wea- '- p .>. "<, .. 1J.j '
Thursday in Palatka. man, ,' ,. -.. i Faith Newberry of Green
Mrs Mary Reddish of Lawtey ; ; ;.., ,tif} 117 N.. Walnut, St.. Sturke, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Logan Mrs J. F. Bloodworth is '!therford, State G. A. camp di- : -- < f Cove Springs.
Sunday guests of Mr. Phone 961-5391;
of Tampa were weekend guests were confined in the University rector. .JF I

fit 7 TLfr.---_ Anti Mrs. Jeramc Jahn,. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin at Medical Center with a broken, ''Mrs. J. F. Rogers mother :Junius Smith Veteran RR Man j Funeral services were held ,

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. 'Hayes Kinsslev: Lake. bone in her knee, following a of Mrs. Merritt Williams, has i r-\ at 3 pm: Wednesday in Hope STATE FARM, .\ (
returned Saturday-from an 11 Mrs. W. S. Slade left Mon- fall at her home last Thurs-I returned to the University .*. ** ;of.- I Baptist Church. Theressa. STATE FAD1.IfISURlUColr.IES:
for several weeks' visit Awarded 50-Year Service PriJunius
dar '
days trip,to cieve andohlo to day. Her daughter Ellen; broke HbspifaT for further observation I with Rev. Merle Packham officiating &

.".', visit.. Mr,,and M's. Frank Her, with her son-in-law and her finger while playing gamesat i I and treatment.- !, Burial was .in. Hope ; IllinoisINSURANCE
and Mrs. N. K. Home Offices Bloomington,
M. Smith :
who accompanied, the Hayes daughter, her birthday party on Sept. Misses Gayle Andrews, Char- veteran railroad euiplojee" (at right), was

t# oroI tO'...Can da:: .. Hurst in Indianapolis. Ind. 28. Mrs. Bloodworth's parents,, lene Hardy and Barbara awarded the Seaboard's 50 year service pin in a ceremony at, Cemetery under the directionof 5902
i UMr.. and Mrs. R. J.: Andrews Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brandon of] the Club DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
,+It 'MissCar01YI, Burnett of visited Mr. I Green visited Mr. and Starke.Rotary' last week. Making the. presentation! j t
if Jacksonville
'' Quincy are staying with the I Reddish Andrews in Brooker is L. C. BateS, superintendent of the Seaboard's. Home, '
ted .
,, cksomi11eprom a Sunbeam and''' Mrs. Rr. O. Dansby on- North"Flori.\\ ---
,family this week. I on SundaY. da Division, who Smith's and
leadership, course for praised loyalty service record of
Sunday Mr... and Mrs. Barney MC-' Miss Linda Wasdin and I -- ...,-.. .... .. .
,the' New River .WMtT. Baptist Davis and grand".. I half, ,a century.
Mrs- ____ __ ,
Rae' of
,..ANO iation- on, Tuesday and daughter,.Dprotriv. were in Archer and 'Mrs. Buddy Crawford Safgeant Boshier of the U. !j. n OPEN: 7 DAYS

Wednesday; ,morning atf.-thlt; : ,Sunday, visiting Miss and'son; Steve;; attendedthe' !!j' F. spent the weekend with Mr.j'I First BaptistHonvcommi Joy Bible Club !!
First Baptist Church., P. funeral of Mrs McRae'sslster'Mrs. and Mrs. David Browning. I 6 A' 31. TO
Mamie Anderson and Mrs.
H. L..'Hill, in Milton -, and
Mack L. Williams
The-! executive. board' of' the fi. Stone. ; Mrs. i ? Set To Meet Tuesday
10 P. 31.
onSunday. i Tuesday
Bob will leave
son, I Ifor'
New i
River Baptist-Association ''
held llomeof'Mrs. John Mixon and daughter. Mrs. Jesse Wooten and 1 a ten days visit with Mr. This Sunday The JoBible Club conduc-
a meeting at the,
.Beth.vlsited, Mr. and Mrs. A. daughter,Catherine, left Tues; Mrs. Williams Jr. and
W. ,B..l and I ted by Misses Thomoson and
Mundy ,..Tuesday j' M, Mixon in Gainesville on 1\ The First Baptist Church of
morning. ". a4w ; day for- a two weeks visit with family in Chillicothe, Ohio. ; Bell of the Children's Bible

Sunday. Mr.: and Mrs. J. G. Tampa' in Bob will go on to"Chicago, lit.. Starke will observe Honaiprom-1 Mission, will start activitieson I I
Mr. ,"and MrsF..,'W. Hunt,l .1.11'., And :Mrs.: R. G. Patersonsi ,t Atlanta. Ga. and" Mf. and on business for several days. ins and have a snecial Mort- TuestJav Oct. 16. at Hone
ado family of St. Augustidel"were' )si> < the weekend in Bartow Mrs. W. C. Wooten in' Annis- I Mrs. R. C. Weaver Sr., and paffp Burning Ceremony this' Baotist Church, Theressa The WE STOCK A' COMPUTE LINE OF'CROCERIFS

visiting Mrs.Henrlefta'i.. i j'Httn't wit1Wm.., Paterson's mother,, tort: Ala. : Mrs. Eugene Kuhn of Jacksonville I romin Sunday. Oct. 14. The]imotfszu'p meetings are held for one

.-' -oft. ,-Sunday,.... .. ."I l'SlurLaura.:. ,.. : Patf rson. .I Mrs. John Page of North i''I' were Wednesday visi-j bntninsr will hf onpj' hour. immediately after QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
: '
I I Brunswick\ N. J. was visiting f tors of MrS: Eofine Smith. !I of the hishlishts of the 11 1 school. All children in grades 607 Brownlee Phone 9694095DATIMH

!| her sister, Mrs-"' Marion E. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefan- o'riock worship! service which } 1 through 5 are invited to at-
I MoVer; last Wednesday to>. elll and' family of Jacksonville: will be followed bv a dinner i' q''

.k i i j Sunday.. i and Mr: and Mrs. Robert Staf- on the grounds for everyone : tend.The directors announce that f

FOR ABUNDANT : Mrs.. Paul Hutc1iiris-went to I'' anelli and family of Gainesville present. Members for mer, good things are being plannedfor BEEF SALE

i Clearwater on Tuesday and l, visited their parents, Mi I members, friends and neighbors -! this year, with interesting.Bible

r ,, Wednesday' to visit her uncle i and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli during are all invited to join in and missionary stories. ,

,. \ the weekend. The mortgage on the church j
HEALTH i and aunt, Mr. and Mis. Prank sonss. games, contests and
Cone Sr. and to get her! Mrs. Vernon Reddish was a nrooerty was made in April'' awards. All children who attend -

daughter Becky who has'been featured' entertainer at the+I 1956 in the amount of $60.000. are requested to bring a CHUCK ROAST c

the trend is to' Chiropractic visiting the- Cones. Bosses Night, banquet Wednesday The final payment was scheduled Bible.A $

Di'oWrigei.. .' i Mrs.:Jesse Newsbme is spending 1: night at the Gaines- to be made in October limited amount of trans-
to- '
:Monday' to 'Friday with herdaughter vine Golf andCountry Club; 1966. The church was happyto I portation will be provided for

Countless thousands hkve,learned that Chiro- ); MrMorris: Williams j.sponsored by the Gainesville be able to complete payment those living not more than two

pra'cfic restores (health 'after other methods have and family in Folks-!:i i BPW club. I'I'i in September of this miles from the church. CHUCK STEAK 9'. LO:

faired, 'so tliey:(fake( the-short /oacf feY Heaftfr l and see I II I ton,. Ga. I i Confined in Bradford County year.The I' Parents are asked to sign a _

the Chiropractor' fi irsf f.: I Bill Soto returned home Sat- Hospital this week 'are: Clay- following statistics! note giving permission for ----- -

I The Bollmger Clinic in Starke i is open evenings I urday after a three-week vacation -,I ton-Strickland, medical; Jimmy from the annual report to the i children to get off school bus
Thornton medical A. F. Gar I'
until"8:30-., t i in Winnipeg, Canada,I ; I New River Baptist Associationindicate each Tuesday at Hope Church. RIB STEAK ROUND STEAK
_ I
ner, medical; William D. Brown,I some of the accomplishments -
: and, the Mid-West.( He I
Ir6ble'm-'casetf given special attention.- was
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surgical; and Nettie Starling of the church dur-' Sunday Services
.w Insurance casts 'accepted I the ,guest of. John Schultz. :: medical. '
Lawtey ing the
fOI-I' past 12 months. The
-- .. .. mer owner of Motel. I Are Held For
: "4.: -. ,. '' ..t Temple L. H. Futch_and. E. K. Terry- total. income.- of the church''. -- -- rnn PI1ITNO 'lOP

-- --- --- I -,man were in Leesburg Monday I Ij for 12 months, October 1,., 1962,Mrs.' Clemons,. 78 I UU111S} J'L 1 vunu 7"FRSti

.oJ ,j attending a called meeting of to September 30, was $55- I
_ K I the annual conference of the 336.27, Ot this amount $10; i I j 'h.lrs.- Fronie-Johns Clemons,

.. ) Florida Methodist Church. I 042.11was*-s ent. "of ''mission 78, died Thursday, Oct. 4, ina

;' Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns I causes outside 'the local hospital after an extended -

REMEMBER : : and grandson, Phillip, spent church. A total of 32. received''! illness. She was born "(;RADg "A" r

WE ARE OPEN Glenvine.: Believer's' l Baptism and t ere in, Bradford County on Oct. C

.C were 40 other, aClcl1tion;; }o the; 29, 1883, the daughter of the

.., ALL. DAY. WED. j Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell and'! church by' transfer, of 'letter.' late W. J. and Lovie Den-

8:30: To 6:00: Every Day daughters visited :Mr. and Mrs! The Sunday School had an mark' Johns. -, .
L. ,P.: Peeler in Jacksonville on of 278 1 Surviving are three sisters, tDvtD "
average, per Sunday ... u _. .. I urn.
a I3ub'day.G'ville I and the Training 'Union 75- Mrs. Mallory Thomas, Starke; 1II i' UUJ : LD; _
: TIle' total church' membership Mrs. Emma Rivers, Auburn- I

1 : i is| 638'including 82 non- residents dale; and Mrs. Ella Lewis, I I l.--p

1 ManCharged ; that is,.people'who'live I Graham.
I '
J BOYS' EASY CARE away from the local area but] Funeral services were held ft.
ts at 2 SMOKED PICNICS -- - 33c
4 who retain'i their membershiphere. p.m. Sunday in the

?ORT SHIRTS Starke Church of Christ, of

y ,/ In 301 'Mishap A cordial invitation is extended which! she was a member, with
Ferryman Denison. minister,
EN NEW FALL TONES ...; .1f ft,. l to all former members ol! Jacksonville, officiating. : Center Cuts P0RK End Cuts
anu MJ other friends who
A oa-year-oia; Gainesvilleman '
... I I wouldilike' to attend.Judge Burial was in the family
Edgar Morris Beville plot
in LB. LB.
I- Cemetery'near
: I I Jr., was charged with failure Lake' Butler. under direction 69C C HOP S 49cP
to have his vehicle under Yawn
199 con- .of.. DeWitt.. C. Jones
SIZES 6 TO 18 I'
trol Sunday when he turned Speaks To Lions Funeral. .. Home. !i. -
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left into an Oldsmobile P-85 -
I .
which was in the process ofpassing .
i ire Boys' 2 to 6..1.41 and 1.61 according to the County Judge T.i.A:'Yawn i iI I '

Bradford County Sheriff's De- was guest speaker at the Lions!; We are indeed
Club :I
partment. \ meeting. on Oct. 4, de- .
Wash 'if Wear, little oY Ro' lreifln\ $ scrrbmg-: the duties of' threelocal I i
i .. y Jfegu'cr and I No injuries. occurred in the I .
Ivy Pop Over Styles} courts: county judge's [
t p. mishap which happened at I
S .. Wove Plato, Dork Tone' Printed court, small claims court and Ii i :
the of Starke and Bradford
C 9:30: ,Sunday morning,in frontof to people County For
r> trm- Pohshtid Chffllls with juvenile court.
the B & G Truck Stop, two ,
: ; I h lihiraldererf'Trim miles In addition to duties in connection your wonderful response to our Open House Sunday.
south of Starke. There '
with these three:: I More than 1200 of visited during the afternoon
were four persons in the car courts, Judge Yawn's1 office''! you us -

and one in the truck. issues various licenses, and he and we greatly appreciate your wonderful comments -

ti BOYS1 IVY LEAGUE According to sheriff's deputies 13 also,called on daily to hear j';, : ort our new bank.

i working the wreck the and, advise on various types of ,,!.
: 'I.1
domestic and personal prob-

SLACKSJUt Oldsmobile, driven by Mrs. lems. ; // were unable to then

Sally Tyler .Phipps. of Baltimore -, Jn response to a question you come by you are cordially invited to

Maryland- -, was in the from the. audience visitus' at earliest
I Judge y6ur convenience and inspect our new build-
S i WASH 9'g'N ,: process{ of passing the 1957 Yawn said that the problems ,
4. 1 1 2& J I Ford truck driven by Beville arising from 'insufficient office t ,

.M WEAR.. ;when he suddenly made an _space,, in. .. which, to' carry' mg. ',
w on. his required! duties"are ; :
t ,
,, "Sturdy Wuvt"Cottra i1-0z. Heavyweight I uneip-cted'.left-, turn.....intothe.. --- still. unsolved.! .' .
truck stop. The hit ? '
i ; car the
speaker was introduced
ft eWash 'aWrt Ffaeeeb, truck, in the right rear wheel ,by Nolan Woodburn, who had'' WINNERS! OF OUR DOOR PRIZES WERE:

Taped; !, Narrow legs and, was thrown forward under charge of the program. I .. I r..
: Handsome New Cefert I'the body of the truck, damaging i I
; i ,' '. the right side of the car NAS Open House "

; \, Jr. .ofl' J' .f ... ....U| : and shattering. ,windshield.The Signifies 22nd HENRY GODWIN MRS. R. S. FERNANDEZ LILIAN STUMP

i damage to the car was .
t j J. : estimated at approximately I AnniversaryThe -

,.. <.,..
o ., 0'W- ". !I $750. There was no damage to "Jacksonville ELECTRIC CAN OPENER TRANSISTOR RADIO ELECTRIC BLANKET
i Air
... .
: the. ; truck.GRAHAM Station will celebrate its 22nd: : \'. 0. BRIDGES ORIE :\. WIGGINS J. D. DOYLE.
TEI11t tA.: '. 'I" Men's I' '' '
'. ,- ,- and Boys'SweatSltkts BAPTIST CHURCH anniversary with an open I cr;

r' 1. house program Sunday after-

: Disb18W' .y '' Sunday School. 1T( a. m- noon, Oct. 14.Appearing OUR NEW PHONE NO. IS 964-0900 .;!:

.. ; ;Morning Worship, 11, a. m.j'j''J
..... .
on the
t < program
:Training Union, 6:30
"r'f ..., r. "j' ;: : p. m.
.{I.1at'JdJ) will ie me famous Blue An-
(; Evening Service. 7:30 p. net
: ValuesTo $. .Q.Q '''Prayer Meeting Wednesday, i t gels, the NaVy's'flight demon-' i ; : '

1 p. m.-Rev. C. L. Redding'i f stration- team:- the Chuting FLORIDA"

t Rig, : 'pis tor. f j Stars, -a parachute exhibition '

2.i' $.29. team; and Capt. Dick Schram. .' '

39 t' ADVEXTIST SEVC"TU'DAY CHURCH 'the Flying Professor, who per- -IJIIW''LTT; : ; = ]
Vat.: t Boys Sizes: $ to 16 forms barnstorming, acrobat :,} ,
Sabbath1 School saturday "
[ ]
a } ,
; .1'r' 1eJis SizeS: S-M-L ics. in his,
piper cub.
...--.. ..- --4 -- !M'i.,.',' ; *' .. ;!.9:30: ,a.,_m. Morning Worship. t.Crates One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group
-. .- :...Ita:: ml Located Between Wff- .will be. open to the

son load and. Griffls Loop.: public !toDJ.,noon until.,4:30:: : Member Federal i
,-,,-,.. II ,.. .1 ..' ," ""' '' ..- or.r ,."._ -. .l' J' -E.,t.. Marl y. pastor. Phone o'clock with the air show Deposit Corp.,

.. _._ .,... J. !'964-1321, : Je. i. sche< ul d', to start at, 2:15. 1 i1 i r,

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OCT. llth-1962 _ BRADFORD
,,._ _- -.- Lorinda Becomes Bride I Circles r required to serve a copy of your
Jacobsen ,Baptist I answer or pleading to the complaint -
on the Plaintiffs Attor-
Of Mr. Beck In Kingsley Lake Church 1 1 Met Tuesday WHAT, WHEN :I! ney Green & Green. Starke,
I I I, Florida and file the original in
___ tho office of the Clerk of the
f The Kingsley Lake Annie Armstrong Circle of: AND WHERE i Circuit Court on or before the

1 ? ary Baptist Church Mission-I -7; the First Baptist Church met|' .i wise 12 day the of No\allegations ember. 1962: ;of other-said

setting for a lovely wedding Tuesday at 6:30: p. m. at the Complaint will be taken as: confessed -

: : GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 864-0451 I 'g c# y f., 4.V. Saturday morning, Sept. 15, at I [home of Mrs. L. H. Jennings.jA ( I I I,: This by notice you.shall be published

& ten o'clock, when Miss Vivien hamburger fry was enjoyed!I! Oct. 11 I:i once each week for four consecutive -
Lorinda Jacobsen, daughter of I by the members before the pro-! BPW annual banquet, Garden I II I' '! weeks in the BRAD-
Offic'ersAre ?
n Junior A byl Restaurant, 7:30 p. m. FORD
Mrs. Bernard Jacobsen Sr. of i gram, which was presented !' Dated this 10 day of October

Hears Discussion Installed Starke and Bernard Jacobsen i Mrs. Vernon Silcox, program I Oct. 15 :, 1962.
t Eastern Star, Masonic Tem CHARLES A. DARBY.
__ : Sr. of New York became the I chairman. Clerk of thq. Circuit Court
rt OfSclence; Fair By UDC Chapter ; .bride of Nathan Dayton Beck, 11 JII ple. 8 p. m. By Marian L. Crosby
]! Alpha Delta Kappa sorority: Deputy Clerk.
I son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Beckof Ethel Biggs Circle met Tuesday i (SEAL) 'I

I'' Mickey Dansby, a senior at Mrs. O. L, Beasley and Mrs.J. e Starke. Rev. Huey D. Perry I at 7:30: at the 'home of!8 p. m. i GREEX & GREEN

I Bradford High School was W. Kincaid were co-hostesses performed the double ring cere- :" Mrs. Guy Sale. Mrs. J. R. Oct. 16 Starke. Florida
I 10-11 4t 111NOTICE
BHS PTA, school cafeteria, 8
Chastain was co-hostess. The
last afternoon at mony. _
guest speaker on the education Wednesday -
presented at the their home on N. Walnut St. f The rostrum of the churchwas : program was given by Mrs.:p. m. OF .\PPJ.lCTIOFOR
t program lovely with ,arrangements : 'Jeff Hopkins and was entitled TAX DEED
: Sect. 194.18 F.8.
I Junior Woman's Club meeting when they entertained mem- of gladioli and mums against a 'The Significance of the WMUj I II Independent Phone :, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

Thursday" night of last week bers of the W. T. Weeks chap- J background of palms and : I Emblem." Eleven members 'I that Charlie William the holder -
: of the following certificates
t' Corporation Buys
jttT: the club house. ter U. D. C. at the first meet- I greenery. Two branched: candelabra I were present. ;j jt I has filed said certificates for a

ing of the fall season. frJ u'.ir completed the setting. New SubsidiaryThe I tax deed to be issued thereon.
fc/Mrs.: J. L. Andrews chair- ; The certificate numbers and
Hurricane lilies and other Mrs. Leslie Bradley organist, I t Lorena Epperson Circle met! years ol issuance, the descrip-
.wan of education introduced] early fall flowers were used in T rendered nuptial music and 'at the home of :Mrs. James A.., Independent Telephone : tion of the property, and the

!,. Mr. Dansby who gave an interesting decorating the lower floor of I It accompanied.Leslie; Bradley, soloist j Griffin, leader Tuesday, at, Corporation of which the:: are names as in follows which: it was assessed

I : talk on the Science the. home for the meeting. who sang "Because." '! 7:30. The meeting was opened!I Starke Telephone Co. is a I Certificate No :!l.
I Year of Issuance 1960
Fair and presented his project Following a brief business George A.: ,Herl served as 1 with a devotional given by Mrs. subsidiary, has acquired the i; Description of Property SW*

which was a winner in the session, the following officers! 1 1U best man, and the ushers were I; Lex Green. Mrs. H. L. Speerwas Farmers' Telephone Co. of I of SE1, of SEE1. of NWi

| State Science Fair. were installed for the ensuing I]I tL J. C. Dukes and David Barnes. i; in charge of the program i! Lee County, Ill., it was announced i R of 22 SEVJ: EName of SE 4 Sec 25 T 5 S.

<'Mrs. Lavern Outlaw president year: prsident, Miss Madge': Miss Sandra Moore attendedthe Ii. entitled 'The Significance of'i this week in Wash-I, in which assessed Liz

I presided over the meet- Middleton; first vice-president,: bride as maid of honor! the WMU Emblem." Refresh-: _hiota-n.0'_'" T_>. f_?_. Trip_on nationwide_________un ''zle, .n Williams_, Estate..u .oeing, in
Ail 01 gaia proper
; ink'which was opened with a Mrs. Jesse Newsome; second|:, ji a lovely waltz length gownof ception was held at the home. ments were served to the 11, ITCsystemnow operates in the County of Bradford. State

devotional by Rev. Leo H. He- vice-president, Mrs. Lester!,I : t pink organza over net, and I,of the bride's mother, where I members present. 13 states, and serves in ex- I': of t'nless Florida such certifuate or certificates -

bert; Crews; secretary, Mrs. O. L'I,: b taffeta with a short lace jacket. -j arrangements of white flowers: I cess of 67,000 telephones. shall be redeemed ai-

:' -The following members Haynes Sr.; treasurer, Mrs. Her head piece was a halo and greenery were placed at:Stork Shower Given 1 ITC had a net income of cording in to law such the certificate propert described or-

from the Little Women's Club E. Wilson; historian, Mrs. L.I 1 of pink illusion veil fastenedto vantage points. The bride's: ; $129,751 for the six-month:: certificates will b(' sold to the

coming up into the Junior G. Powell; recorder of crosses,! a clip of lace and flowers. table was covered with lace For Mrs. Stephens period ending June 30 which| highest bidder at the court
._ house door on the first Monday
Club were introduced: Gayle :Mrs. W.: G. Haile; registrar, She carried a cascade bouquetof over an oval cutwork cloth, and I was equivalent to 11 cents'I I in Month of November, 1962

Andrews, Carol Ward, Sally Mrs. L. A. Davis; chaplain, Golden Observed blue feathered carnationswith centered with a fourtieredwedding I Mrs. E. E. Tanner, Mrs. Jerry -I I per common share, and these:, which. is the 5 day of November,
Wedding Anniversary
Sink, and Brenda Lewis. Mrs. Walla Lipsey; publicity puffs of nylon tulle and cake topped with a I Hicks, and Mrs. Sadie Elder i figures indicate an increase 1 I 1962.I !Dated this 4 day of October

Guests I introduced were Char- chairman Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Sunday By Mr. And Mrs. HerlongMr. satin leaves. Mrs. Bernard Jacobsen miniature bride.. and groom.": entertained.__ at.a.. delightful. I; of 58 per cent after preferred ,I Itl6:!!. CHARLES A. DARBY,
lene Chesser and Mrs. Carl The officers were installed in Jr. served as bridesmaid -Balancing- tne arrangementwere SLOCK :snower at me jiome 01' dividends, William 5. Clerk of Circuit Court of

Minx. I an impressive service by Mrs. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong I wedding cake topped by gold in a gown and headpiece designed -! small candelabra decorated -'! the latter at Kingsley Lake! Harrison, president, said. [ Bradford Count, Florida

Tickets were issued to each' H. L. Speer. Following the his- celebrated their Golden Wed wedding bells. identically to that of| with pompoms and fern. last Wednesday afternoon hon-!. Gross revenues of the corp- 10-11 4t 111NOTICE

I member for the $100 bill to be torical program given by Mrs.L. ding anniversary on Sundayat Among the guests were their the honor attendent, except I The punch table was overlaid oring Mrs. Johnny Stephens. oration increased 105 per OF APPLICATION

given away at the Strawberry G. Powell, the hostesses their home on N. Walnut I I daughter Mrs. W. H. Stein- that the color was blue. She I with a white linen cloth]I Arrangements of fall flowers cent during the first half of ,i iI FOR TAX DEED

Bowl game in December. Mrs. served delicious refreshments. : Street when approximately I meyer son and wife Mr. and chrried a cascade bouquet of and centered with a crystal!i were used to advantage in decorating I I Scet. 104.18 F.*.
R'andal reporton friends and relatives call- Mrs. F. V. Herlong and of interest in 1962, as compared with the NOTICE HEREBY GIEX,
Chitty gave a 100 son pink feathered carnat ns. punch bowl surrounded by fern points : that J E Wall Jr the holder
the Fall Board meeting ed during the day to extend I son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. M. The bride, given in marriageby and pompoms. | the party rooms. similar 1961 period, "Mr. of the following certificates lias
certificates for a lax
i which was: held in Daytona Hamburger Fry best wishes. I N. Herlong and daughter, her brother, Bernard Jacob- Mrs. George Stauffer greeted Games and refreshments: Harrison added," and it is I deed filed said to be issued thereon. The

Beach on Oct. 1 to 3. At Whitehead HomeElaine Mr. and Mrs. Herlong repeated grandson Rodney Herlong sen Jr., was lovely in a ballerina guests at the door. Mrs. Leon were enjoyed by the 20 guests anticipated that operating: certificate number and years .fIssuance
f the
description <)
> Announcement was made their vows on Oct. 6, and granddaughter Mrs. L. length gown of Chantillylace. ard Moore cut the bride's cake during the afternoon. i i results will record substantial -, property i the and the names in
that the District meeting at Whitehead was hos- 1912 in Port White and have I M. Ritch and baby, all of The molded bodice featured :-,and Miss Sylvia Norton kept which it was assessed are as,

the- Southside Woman's Club tess at a hamburger fry and resided in Starke for the past Jacksonville. Other relatives a sweetheart neckline I the bride's book. Miss Judy Senior Citizens i additional gains during follows Certificate No 2!.

in':.Jacksonville would be held party last Friday night before ten years. I' attending the affair were Mr. with long sleeves that came to Cauffman assisted in serving( the rest of the year." : Year of Issuance l5i! .

Oct. 19. the football game. The Herlong home was decorated I and Mrs. H. R. Layfield of calla points at the wrists. The the bride's cake and Misses, Plan Halloween Esterbrook Cartridge and, of Description NEV of NE'4 of Property Sec 36 T SEU"S

Refreshments were served The twelve teen-agers enjoyed for the occasion with : Lake Harbor, Mrs. Addie bouffant skirt had four layersof !'Jane Smith and Barbara P--. For Oct. 30 R 22 B.Name.
Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 -
by the hostesses, Mrs. Kenneth games, dancing and refreshments artistic arrangements of gold Wheeler and Mrs. Opal Shields starched nylon net edged I: BarksdaJe presided at the $3.95 at The TELEGRAPH. |, Da\is. in which assessed Rena

Grider, Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr., I before attending the and yellow flowers placed at and children of Taft, Mrs. with scalloped lace over taffeta.: punch table. The Senior Citizens met I I All of said property being in

and Mrs. S. R. Johns III. I game. vantage points throughout.The Corine Purvis of Gainesville, : Her finger tip veil, of sheerest' After spending some time,'Tuesday night at the Lions CIRCUIT OTICR: TO COVRT.11HFKDIX BRAD-., of the Florida.County of Bradford State

the Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Moseley illusion was attached to a with their guests the couple left!!Den for their monthly meet- FOHU {'OL'TY FLORIDA;: Unless such certifuate or certificates -
T refreshment table in shall be redeemed ai -
| and children of Fort White. crown of starched Chantilly a short wedding trip after! attendn111r CHA\CERY..
on ling with 12 members cording to law the property described -
dining room was centered|I and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Par- I I Case No. such ertificate or
i lace trimmed with seed pearls. which they are residing at the ing. I Ann Ros8. | in
with a1 beautiful three-tiered 1 nell of White Springs. With this she wore ,a pearl home of the bride's mother.' ,. Plaintiff, I, certificates will be sold to the
_t'I'Inl'in'_' _ann' hincmwere __. I hurViPKt bidder at the courthouse
-'S--- u u.0 SA "' e '--
necklace and carried a cascadeof The bride chose for traveling a vs.Joseph doorthe first- Mondayin
I Edward Ross.
FLORIDA I enjoyed before"-z busi-
Miss Sandra SolanoIs Bridal Shower Month' of November 1962.
feathered carnations with yellow orlon dress with white I Defendant.OTICJ ,
of November
ness meeting was held. It was j > : TO APPK4R which is the 5 day
ComplimentedAt For Mrs. JohnsIn puffs 'of nylon tulle and satin accessories and the corsage decided to have a Halloween II To: Joseph Edward Ross, 196:. of October,
? I leaves centered with a corsage.,.from her bridal bouquet. whose residence and address is Dated this 4 day
Oct. 30 at J
Party on Tuesday, UNKNOWN 1962.
\ Open HouseMiss Macclenny .' Mrs. Jacobsen chose for her: The bride is employed on the the Lions Club. Everyone|I; You are hereby notified thata CHARLES: A Court DARBY of
daughter's wedding a powder i office staff at Big Dad Manufacturing -. suit for divorce has been filed Clerk of Circuit., Florida.
must wear a costume :, Bradford County
Johns of Mac-] in the above named
.. THEATREPattersonListon .. Sandra Solano; whose Mrs. Tommy Jackie blue nylon lace over taffeta Co., and the groom is I Halloween games will be played.! Court against and you cause and you are 10-11 4t 11-1
former Miss .
the :
clenny, '' gown with white accessories, projectionist at the Florida!
Keith Reddish
marriage 50 of
Anyone years age
recent i I III
Colley of Stark., a I
I complemented with a white Theatre. 1 '
will be an event of ; is invited to attend the
feted at delight
bride, was a
; Fight Film Nov. 24, was honored at an i ful bridal shower Wednesday feathered, carnation corsage 1-frs-C. J. Beck and ,Bernard II party and join the club. BANK BROKEN
with tulle and satin
at puffs Jacobsen Sr. were unable to
open house Saturday night night of last week given by i The Senior Citizens club is
; : October 10 Thru 13 the home of Mrs. Drew Red- Mrs. Dottie Tyson at ,her!leaves. attend the wedding as they\ sponsored by the Starke Recreation -

i p dish on Searing St. Hostesses ', home in Macclenny. I Following the,' wedding.. a re- were tonfined in the hospital. Department. : The Bank at the Vagabond Corner has

1' Mrs. Dolph Reddish, Mrs.
.Ii'-: Fri., Sat.-Oct. 12, 13 Vernon Reddish7"Mrs. Jimmy advantage Garden flowers in decorating were used points toi Mrs. E. L. Akridge, High, School PTA Elks Plan Social r Been Broken for $5 in Merchandise

i DOUBLE FEATURE and Reddish Mrs., Mrs.Drew Glen Reddish.Reddish, of interest in the party rooms Ii Recent Bride, Will Hear Panel For This SaturdayAll This week :Miss Shirley Morrison, 711 S. Cherry St., Starke,

for the occasion. Several delightful -: ticket In the vagabond Cor-
of Is Shower HonoreeMrs. Of Student Groups was the holder of the winning
Arrangements pink roses
'* Opening Time-Sat. 1 P. M.\ I i games were played I Elks and their guestsare "..-',.. T.....1m .Ia"tr_ Pttt_ _dnuvin._ _.. heinp ronducted at the Vitrs.un -
graced points of interest in I &.tU -"J uai. w n -- 'b -- -
the living room. The refresh- during the evening, and prizes E. L. Akridge, a recent I The Bradford High School'[ invited to attend the social bond Corner in the Bradferd Bldg. Supply. This drawing is

: ; -i ment table in the dining were awarded to the winners. bride was honored at a lovely PTA meeting will be held at j at the lodge this Satur- held each Monday at 10:00 a. m. where one number will be
Among the guests were Mrs.J. I bridal shower Tuesday night 8 Oct. 16 in I
m. Tuesday ,
p. holder
with day.Next The
room, was covered a I drawn from the box containing the stubs. lucky
,.r- RM.uNrOFs 4 cloth and W. Ritch mother of the in the Christian Church fellow- the cafeteria. I Monday night tjie
white damask cen- until to claim the merchandise
will have Saturday
I honoree, and Mrs. Daisy PerI ship hall. Hostesses were Mrs. club will have a special visitor -
tered with a silver bowl hold- Freeman Register in, president the in merchandise will be carried -
Grand then $3
the claimed ,
I ryman grandmother of : Edwin Williams Mrs. Smith 1 District Deputy If not by
ing rosebuds. At the base were of the Student Council,
;i honoree, both of Starke, and DeVoe, Mrs. Dan Harley, ::'olrs.i Exalted Ruler William H. Mc- over to the next week and an additional $3: in merchandise -
A of delegates
clusters of aqua grapes. I will present a panel -
TfflS* < Mrs. Clarence Johns of Mac- Clyde Colson, Mrs. Wayne! Grath of the Northeast Flor- will be added. Nothing to buy. Just come in and
pink punch bowl with matching from each of the school
I cups was placed at one i clenny. Douglas, Mrs. Wesley Andrews,!I' activity clubs during! the pro- ida district. An initiation register. You don't have to be present, at drawing.
Mrs. Bob Badgett, and :Mr.s.j ceremony will be held in his ,
end of the table. In the family gram.
Ann Whiffen and there will be a
Jean Ira Wilson. honor
I room the autumn theme 'I Eighth grade mothe will and served' VAGABOND

was used in the flower ar- Has Birthday PartyOn 1 i Gracing points of interest in be in charge of the refresh- supper the wives.prepared :
rangements.One I the hall were attractive ar' ments. i by I all day 'Vednesday-Closed Saturday at NoonCNWj4
hundred guests were Invited Saturday afternoon, Sept.'rangements of early fall flow- All members are urged to

to attend between the 29, Jean Ann Whiffen celebra-I ers. The refreshment table was I attend both of these events. '

I' I hours, 7 to 9 o'clock. Amongthe ted her fifth birthday anniversary -covered with a white cutwork Terry Luke Honored .

guests were Mrs. Wallace at the home of her par; cloth and centered with a pink
-VLUS- On Tenth BirthdayTerry
Solano mother of the bride- ents, Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whif flower arrangement, flanked

1 | elect and Mrs. Bill Reddish,I fen. Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Nattof ''I by silver candle holders with Luke celebrated his

i mother of the bridegroom-elect. Miami, her grandparents, pink tapers. Silver tompotes Saturday
tenth on
I The hostesses presented the I came up to help her celebrate.! and trays held dainty decorated afternoon when his parents ]L 70D0.
I After playing games, the I| cake and ;
honoree with a set of six crys- squares Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Luke,
tal coasters as a memento of I children were served cake and I mints. gave a party for him in their .

I this delightful occasion. ice cream. The hostesses presented the: yard at Heilbronn Springs. j I ,
occasion with I .
Enjoying this I honor guest with an Early "
A wiener roast was enjoyed
;' the honor guest were Raymond, American pickle and relish I by the youngsters and refreshments llsojiera

Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at I Whittle, Brenda Roberts Mar dish as a memento of the oc- _

t 4 -- .J I. Bradford County Telegraph. I ty and Jerry Irby, Paula Dee, casion. Ati_ __were_____ 3 --cu.served 1n."A from a I .
and mcI laoie covered wiui a iiuweeu '
Carter, David '
I I Seventy-five guests were in- linen cloth and centered with gets rD'Denoticesl"
14 15 16 kie Derkman.
Sun. Mon. Tues.-Oct.
vited to attend between the an arrangement of chrysanthemums -

hours of 7:30 to 9:30, includingMrs. and birthday cake r -
i To Observe 4L
BPW Willard Wynn mother of 'decorated in blue icing. Ice I .
1 ;Opening Time P. M. Sun. 2 Mon.\ 6 Tues. 3:30 yin .
; ; National WeekThe the honoree and Mrs. Broward cream cake and punch were .
Akridge. served. I

4 THE MIGHTIEST ADVENTURER! Business and Professional Games were played during: 7r2; .,.

,. Women's club will have their Miss Hines To Wed the party hours by the 15 .

I'' VI J .ONEMA5co: !:-COLOR annual "Business Women's'Lieutenant WoodallOn guests and prizes were awarded :,
4 Week" dinner tonight (Thurs- Larue Geer I
.to Johnny Cox 'k :
,. I A RORYCALHOUNPLUS CharleyE. day) at 7:30 o'clock in the October ,21st 1 Ralph Crawford, Richard I '

Garden Restaurant.The : Sapp. and Wayne Boatright. j '
"44 j ally dinner will be in honorof Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hines an-, I' .- :
Mrs. Ralph Hubbard !
t : "Business
I the seven past nounce the engagement and
and caring for
? in ,serving :
Johns Women of the Year": Mrs. approaching marriage of their the guests.Bhthday.

I Marguerite Hall Mrs. Virginia daughter, Rosa Lee to Lt. J.. .

Smith, Mrs. Ruby Johns Mrs. W. Woodall ,son of :Mr. and \

:Mildred Doyle, llrs. Bertie Olson Mrs. B. P. Woodall of Tarpon Party .

about this question: Mrs. Gladys Scholl andMrs. Springs. For Anne Haynes .- .

Bess Burns. Miss Hines is a graduate of

M have a fidelity bond Bradford High School and has, Mrs. O. 1,. Haynes Jr., gtve
from your agency to pro Recent Births been employed by the Southern' 'a: delightful birthday partylast
tect business from dishonest
I my i Bell Telephone Co. in Gainesville Friday afternoon for her
acts of employ Bradford County Hospital announces -:
my for the past several years. daughter, Anne who was celebrating -
ees. I also have a contract 1 the following births:I i her seventh anniver-
cJi waaz o uvi'A UNPtRSMU1EtA1IOIW.ticluRt bond to assure that our Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews,I I Lt. Woodall graduated last i

new building would be St rke, a son, Randal William,(June from .the University! of sary. i
completed Matinee New York San
Florida with a degree in Aerospace Mrs.. Haynes, assisted by On tour or evening to
Wed. Thurs. Fri.-Oct. 17 18 19 on time and free of Oct. 3. i I and has,-recently completed Mrs.. T. G. Ritch Jr., took kid with
liens. Does your agency also !- Mr. and Mrs. Franklin De-I I Francisco, it's a smash hit! Supple, unlined !
the and her 14 little guests i
Air Force Officers Anne
I Opening Time Wed. 6; Thurs. 3:301! Fri. 6H provide "fiduciary and lano Thomas, Starke Oct. 5.Mr. ., a son, Training School in San Antonio to Jacksonville where they appeared ,I pointed toe, squared throat, tall, flared heel. Otter, Cinnamon (
bail bonds? William Barry,
I and Mrs. G. L. Bryant,I I Texas. on the Popeye Playhouse I or black. ', 'ja.. 1 1a

atnaat.dtoUHins STORY HM>KN>. o tfw OMEtouuTHISitolrirtitiiEQi Starke, a daughter, Rebecca I The 'wedding win take placein program on TV channel ; ... ..

H KIRK DOUGLAS-EDWARD G.ROBINSONUI33 Charley E. Johns Lynn Oct. 6. the First Methodist Church! 12. The group enjoyed refreshments -: -

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice' Over-i in. Starke on Sunday, Oct. 21. of soft drinks'I

"2 WEEKS IN ANOTHER_TO INN'Plus Agency street Starke, a daughter, Deb: i A wedding trip to the Blue, birthday cake and favors' As seen Mademoiselle Q.98
orah Colene, Oct. 6. Ridge :Mountains.. of Virginiais !
while at the station.
PHONE 964-0121 Mr. and Mrs. Joel Sidney!'is !planned- by the couple. on .

Jackson, Starke'a son, !Michael I i their to Chanute A.F.B.J Lindy Laundry and Dry IXC.

131 S. Walnut St. Sidney, Oct. 6. way Cleaning Ball Point Pen 59e "Your Friendly Store". -
Ql. where will live for
"COOL CAT BLUES" Cartoon they
Mrs. Marion
Mr. and Ol'I at THE TELEGRAPH. I

Crouch, :Melrose, a son, Oct. 9. nine months.

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E;;, 'fJ -. -I I .. t1-:2g: 1 Farmer's DiaryBy t I: >' Home Demonstration ; hold clothing linens[children's, including and quilts adult's -, lMiwr..nt'IN: ORDER RE: Adoption Xorton OF PUBLICATION:of McGurer,

; : Sari McGarvey: i Notes' ]. |,i TO AND: Lawrence NOTICE TO Ray DEFENDi Mcpurer
01 'e
Success, Meter Moratorium t mething about the things we.[f I: t&.1YI \ by Foods canned products i 1 I I Ohio.8763 Tw inbreak' Drive, Mentor,
include fruits vegetables pickles -
have. ; DOROTHY ROSS : You are hereby notified that
/s' Direct ; ; ; t S S 4i jam, jelly preserves a petition has been filed in the
...r.'fIlIf'rHome'Demonstration!. I'
I I ': Agent juice. : above styl.d Court by Tobia
>I We asked and received per- 'I ,. ,:" rr O'Neal for the adoption of Lawrence -
I : I Baked products bread i ii :Norton McGurer, and you
: mission to call on Mr. Speer New 4-H Leaders tin is to encourage home own- i (quick breads and yeast, caki i j I are required to serve a copy of
for information on plants and [ your answer or objections thereto -
I : Our new adult 4-H leadersare ers to begin home grounds improvement I on Theron A. Yawn Jr., petitioners -
flowers in this es, cookies. and pies. j
and we
( ) ) whose mailing -
certainly starting the club and provide infor- I i attorney
J.. feel sure that he'll give simi- ,, I! address is: Post Office
: year in good fashion. Mrs. mation and guides for deter- PENTECOSTALHOLINESS j i Drawer :340 Starke, Florida and
lar help to others if called
: Merrill De s Jr., Mrs. Vasco mining what to do and how. to file the original thereof in
CHURCH the office of the Clerk of the
I i ; upon. ,, Forsyth, and the agent met Landscaping as applied to i Circuit Court on or before October -
S SIt 324 W. St. |
i 5-6th 22: 1962 or otherwise show ,
i with the grade club at small home grounds, is planning -
t 10 mi i or before said date :
Scnool cause on
1| takes only a moment to Southside last Friday. and arranging buildings why petition should not be
: get in trouble with a tractor, Home Improvement record outdoor areas, plantings and Thursday, 8 p.m.-Rev. Geo. granted.

i, : and by this time you'd think books were distributed and ex- other features into useful and W. Chism, pastor. ': Herein fail not or a decreepro I j
: will be entered
I oonfesso
I that Sam would realize it. Hew plained. qirls'elected to hold pleasing surroundings for the Morning Worship, 11 a. m. against you for the relief requested

I I I s, mowing Saturday and .. office were: president Cleo enjoyment of a family.In Evangelistic Service 7:30: p. ', in tb" petition.
shall be published
This order
kept getting .closer and closer;.Forsyth; : vice president Polly the bulletin he gives 1'm.: Wednesday Prayer MeetIng : one each week fur four eon-

i : to the highway ditch and ':'. Wade; secretary, Patricia Edwards suggestions for landscaping ', 7:30: p. m. Saturday seeutivf weeks in The Bradford .

I i then decided that: to go closer' ; song leaders Elaine small home grounds. Included : Youth Service, 7:30: p. m. County of general Telegraph circulation a newspaper ia

!I yet was risky. But no, he had t',, Foster and Karen Starling.At is a list of ornamental plants '!-David T. McGhee.- pastor. : said County and State. .
and th
Witness my hand
t I : to go at it one more round Lawtey, Mrs. Betty Ellis and their growth habits and 1! I.KGM NOTICE 'i seal of said Court at Stark.
J :; and when. the mower blade Mrs. Raymond Bryan and the description. The bulletin is I. Felix Uriffin will not be Florida this September 14. 196J.
1 responsible for any dehts made i CHARLES A. DARBY
I hit the earth the tractor lock- agent met with the girls. beautifully illustrated with by anyone other than myself j As Clerk of said Circuit
j I II ed in gear and he was in Plans were discussed for form- sketches and drawings which Felix Griffin. I! Court.

: : I ; trouble. Finally got it free, : ing a Co-Ed 4-H Club for the >i are most helpful. If you are i; 9-20! 4tD 10-11 i [SEAL OF CIRCUIT COURT

I and then he scooted away senior members in which girls planning to landscape your iv THE nucriT COURT OF THERON A. YAWN JR.

I I from that spot and stayed and boys would meet together yard, ask for a copy of this THE IT EIRIITII OF FLORID JinlCULCIRCI IX Stare P. O.! Drawer Florida 340

sway. twice a month once in bulletin from the Home Demonstration -',I AMI FOH BRADFORD ('or\- .Attorney for Petitioner

i ) I i iI : S school and once out. Marvin Office. Now is the : TlI CH \NCF.RY.: CASE .1-20: 4t 10-11
) 1 I Dove hunting season open-'I Rosier will be: the leader for :, time to plan so you will be 1 ----..,--- -

\I ed Saturday and while we :, the boys. Programs selectedwill ready to do the planting in

i heard no direct reports. we've] be of interest to the girls December January, and Feb Gas Genie says:

|!I: an idea it was too warm for, and boys.Landscaping. ( ruary.

: I''I I a good supply of birds. Lately! Florida Homes County Fair
\ I we've seen a lot of doves along j The county fair date is No-
Our office has many bulle- :
the highways; they seemed to'' vember 14-17 just one month
tins on various phases of ,.
the away. It will be held this year turn to
getting something on
i family living that are free to
I iI
: i whatit in the new fair buildings in
; roads and we wondered :
you. The most recent one is
I J was. I the same location as last
entitled Landscaping Florida
: I S 5 yearby the Starke Farmers' MODERN
Homes by Dr. McElwee. The
j Alice just reported she paid Market.
Garden 'Club members have
I 99 cents a pound for pork heard Dr. McElwee speak at' This year we are more an-

: I chops; in the news, the item !! their State Short Courses in xious than ever that the LIVING

} : that the farmers' strike out whole county be representedat
I Gainesville. He is the Horticulturist -
1 in the Midwest was defeated. the fair. We need exhibits H
I with the h/
!I Agriculture :. ., ;
!, ,; .4.
So the goes right on from the entire
I : Extension Service in Gaines- over county. ....:: with
|i' getting little for his work. ville. Entries in the Women's Di- ..t:._

I while the middlemen keep In the bulletin Mr. McEl vision are open to all women.

j, right" on living "high on the wee says that a welllandscaped Please line up what you wantto NATURAL GASYou

i > hog. I home is a credit and assetto exhibit in the following
I! S S i ii lead modern, cawfree life today when you have
: i 'i I sections. Later we'll announce can a
the owner and his family
1! I' Maybe the trouble is the' work it's much faster, cleaner -
to the community, neighbors, the names of the chairmen of Natural Gas doing your so
i[ 1 i farmer has too many "friends. ,I and many others as well. The these sections. and more economical. Switch today you'll be glad
I .
I Like the national organization|
intangible values- such The sections are: Furniture
I as you
I which professes to speak for;
{1 enjoyment pride, prestige, and -refinished, slip covers, up- did.STARKE NATURAL GAS
the farmer, but which in its !
j good will- cannot be measured holstered.
actions is more like the National ; i
i in dollars and cents. CITY HALL PHONE 964-1301
1 Association of Manufacturers -, \ Needlewoik crochet tat-

{i -in overalls. The purpose of this bulle- : ting, knitting, embroidery,
SOur '.

i I persimmon crop [one'I'
fruit has been stolen. We .

j i have our suspicions, for we
I told freely about it in this ,

\ I! column several times. Conclusion -

4 i i : : that some larceny-

I I minded polecat read about it '
i |: 'II $
i in The Telegraph. We know.I
i i I the paper covers this section

'I but had no idea it was read ,
8 t I' |i ii by varmints too. I II '

I'[i I.:%, i 1 I LAUKA CHURCH BAPTIST New Banking Hours

I Sunday Scnool 9:45: a.m.

;, I Morning Worship 11 a.m.

,| Convalescent HQme service, 3
.3 I"I:
r ;i to 4 p.m. Evening Worship ;

|I} 7.30: pjn. Wednesday nigh .

t ..
Prayer Meeting. 7:30: o'clock ,
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j| The Florida Bank at Starke ,

I II I i ii I was unable to keep its same :

I i ; phone number after moving

:!' into the new building. The }

i; new bank number is 964-0900. !
i ; !
i i j .NOTICE pp FOnECLOSriiE1'
that the undersigned, Charles A. '
> j j i !1 Darby, Clerk of.> the Circuit j ',

': !, ]j i Court, will of on Bradford the 2? day County of ,October FlorIda --'!' .L_, .. ,. ._ ..-...:, '_ .g t'l'i, ,'. =''!_._-'.- -1'WJT ---r- _' ""_" .
Il- .
< : 1962, -p ''' ..' -
: I i I during the legal hours '' 0'- .' S
,: of sale. at the main door of the ,: 6 IUBSY t.C I .f: ... ... -- -- ----b.- .. ...
l ; i i I Court. House of Bradford Coun- < :..O.CrUtUU..'...:..,.. I & r.,r ,...v. to to I : ;: .s
} :j i ty. }Florida in the City of
i i I Starke, Florida offer for sale'
: : : and sell at public outcry to, the

!!i p JI j I i!i the highest situated following and in best described Bradford bidder. for County property cash- The Community State /B@n\ -of Save

I ; Florida, to-wit: |
Begin In the SE corner of

I I 1, the the South East Three 4 of the(3) XE acres i of of I

t : : : I the. SW'4 22, of Township the SYVVi 6 of South; Seotion -,i) WILL BE OPEN ON FRIDAYS UNTIL 6:00: ?, ;M.. -

; ; I I. ig fZ! Ua.-t. and go North -
100 feet to a point thencego
West 30 feet to a point, '
; | thence go South 100 feet to. PLEASE READ ,

I > !i I. ;I a feet poin.to the thence point go of"East beglnning. 50- '' OPEN .0 O X'i OPEN

I !;1 pursuant to the Final Decree of THE NEW HOURSCAREFULLY
I Foreclosure entered in'a

I I I: : : of pending Inc.,whi.-h a. in Is Florida said Mid-States'Court corporation, the Homes style,, 9:00: A. M,2:00: P. M. 4:00: P. M.--600 P. M

Plaintiff vs. Elizabeth Ghens.
: Defendant, and the docket num- I
I i ber of which is No. 13125. I,
'I i : : WITXE. my hand and the
: '
official sea} of said Court, this
: : 4 day October, 1JW2. I EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 5 196Z


,' By: Marian I*. Crosby,
I f ', Harry M. Hobbs Deputy Clerk.' You Are Paid On Friday, You Buy Your Groceries On Friday, You Do '

I' 211 Attorney Jackson for Plaintiff' Your Other Shopping On Friday Afternoons So, Why Not Do Your Banking -

I Tampa 2, Florida On Friday Afternoon? Our Bank Now Offers This Service To You. .-
\ ,' *i Making It Possible For You To Complete All Of Your Shopping And Bank.

; I !i U.s. TREASURY DEPART ing On Friday. We Feel You Will Appreciate This Opportunity Of Serv- '

i I !Ii MENT vice Oct.Internal 9, 196!. Notice Revenue! of Pub-Ser- ice We Offer To You, And, We Invite You To Take Advantage Of Our ,. .
3 : ( ) i lic. Auction Sale. Pursuant to Services During These Hours. -'
; I ? authority' contained in Section i i
i 6331 of the Internal Revenue ,
Code- the following described i. .

J ; property nonpayment has of been delinquent seized for Internal -!i I!I When Better and Friendlier Banking Services are Offered r

,1. j' -Bright.revenue taxes P. O.! due Box from'Esau 185. To Our Community, This Bank .Will' Continue To :
I Lawtey. Florida.
I j The property
I, will the provisions be sold in 'accordance of Section with Be First With The Service You Wish And Desire. '
: I << S35
I of the Internal Revenue Code,
I and the regulations thereunder. REMEMBER FRIDAY AFTERNOON SERVICE!
:i at public auction on the %3rd'
I day of October. 1962 at UrftO A. : .
\ ; M. at 1320 North, Temple Avenue.
It' : i Starke. Florida Description of
; property: On@''dJ 195*Chevrolet-
I Pick-Up 3A-5AJ1855 Truck. Florida.1I dt'1 31 License(M. ID Big Enough to Serve You SmaIIEnoughetoKnow'hiu! !

t ;No. (1J62) 45GKS1S. Only the'

\. Esau right.Bright title. in and and to interest the prop-of Community State Qnk.o
: erty will be offered for sale '
i i The terms of payment will be'
I !I eash or its equivalent, Laurie -
: ; W. Tomlinson. District Directorof MEMBER F. D. I. C. '
: Internal Revenue by H. E.
; : i! FUh r, Revenue Officer. .
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'..... .- .. ,;..;'. ....., ?.... I, I Torode SheltersGo j VIAYOR'S COURTMayor ; Nathaniel Copeland} Negro. '! harm, lined court costs of $650

Tigers Are Tmed i. r -;' ,,;. ;:f--\.. .. ,i,';;"_'. ,: My Tornadoes .nn II I 9.0 OverT excess speed and reckless and dajs.placed'on probation for 90 T tLLccenda ;

; ,1 Randal Chitty had alight dm'ing without light in dark j
Bell Negro, posses- i
Y t n *llle ar Motors I session Monday: in forfeited bond of $37.50. ..
I sion of moonshine whiskey
u\ .
Top Green Core i ,
Ii C I iI iI Torodes Shellers defeated I Starke's Mayor Court as he Bobby Joe l.On. disorder-: fined $27 50 and sentenced to : .
For \
26th a- ,
Victory r ; '
: ; .I tth i I Terwillegar Motors 9-0' last'i faced only five cases. : ly conduct by doing bodily 90 toys in jail.
I I i 4 For Second Win I I Saturday morning in the op- I, -.--- -_ .-. ; ,

,, arch.. I, erring game of the Bant3.IDj|
1\ Continued From 1 own 45.Tornado ',
i rage ] 'i
I +' t I I, Football League for boys 10-12 : ...," .."
Joe Gardner fen ZM1 ,
six to the Starke 46 where a zs Bradford High's Baby Tornadoes i years of age. j
on the ball on- his own 36, but r :! won their second I Pat Castle made the difference -, .., Y. II
" Cooksey pass intended for .. 'I ..
t on the first down the Torna- ,. game of 'the season Tuesday Those out for Ladies Day in the game with fine
Gray was intercepted by : : r
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does drew another 15 yard night when they defeated Dot runs. including a 60 yardi "
Starke end Billy Dowling at :. last Thursday were ; .,
t ppnaltv for offensive holding .r Green Cove's Blue Devils 127. touchdown: ,I .
the 50 yard line. That was the a Dot Sheppard Virginia Shan : I ... .
end of the action for first and the bait was: placed: hackto @!r: ,> !, The Baby Tornadoes are undefeated non Bernice'Epps, Gertie Mc- In the second game Keystone : LECTRICnow '.. .r

half the 17 var,9 line. Then Noe- so far this season Rae, Kay Lyon; Shirley'Johns, defeated Koch's Drug ..'."..
as both teams were a- t 'CH R, T00 !
gairi forced to give up the p"*! pot fNllr yards out to the : ,, having beaten Keystone High's ,: and myself. A Speck Tourna- 13-0 while Lawtey was troun- ,t t :. ." ., .n

I ball when passing attacks C"nT1ro "1 hoforP tarrlner'rint '' varsity and Green Cove's B- ment was played with Gertie'' cing Hampton 42-0 in Law- : .tv f ,Y ,

", l lnnce; for his 7Q yard SQuad'and tied Macclenny's tey. j
failed. .. McRap and Shirley Johns as : a ,,,'.' ,
"T'll ','n tinn 110'\1"00' n Sivond Half Play I
{t i + T10"t '' defeated last and have unbeaten teams, will play each !
"V ra 'to virtually season Next Thursday. Oct. 8 the ;
The Tornadoes took the'I Ieort 3, a ,
th. one- ;!ided "'nt"ct, { gone nine games without a Ladies Golf Association will'' other this Thursday night in .# ;,

I I, kick off' to open the second I' ,,, Tn"n rfoo will inrnpvto I I'T'J meet at lunch time. Keystone 1A liile Hampton and ti .. I II Ii
half of nlav and promptly'. I McCoai! RatedBest loss.Starke's Every. ?' i i i'I i
) two touchdowns l Terwillegar, and Koch's Druss
duplicated the first! quarter Laic Citv this Friday) to member is urged to come out; < n ,
> !ii ... .,
night came' ''in the and Torode play Saturday
Tuesday I
I i ,
bv srorlni\ two TD's", in quick t..1ra on l110t"o1' Ti"'r +ooro. 1 to play if possible, and attend : :
u,1i"ll. arr"rdin j to Co"rItnrse 'I J first and third periods and the meeting. i i morning. I __ f .. l
I. snrppssion.:: Thev allowed the : I I I T
Lineman ,1,1I
;, were both made by fullback I .
Winners of the ,
I Tigers; only six ffpncivp\ olavsl: I tail hp hv far th? I, first matchof x ..
during th. third neriod, instead ': rn', hect fret of the pfl.tnn.i:: i j\ Mickey Agner' on a pair of two the 'Men's Club Championship i;James Manning, I i ..' .

They will hid for their 26th !' yard plunges through the mid- are as follows ClrdeTerwillegar. ,
of four as in the first I : I '
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quarter. ctr oa ht win asi'nst' a team ', Against Tigers die. Both TD's also came after \ Curtis Malone. I: 1 Succumbs t \ 7 .
I sustained drives of 50 q
Richard Hobbs. .
+ : which nurse calls "big and i Jimmv Mvers., t : ,. ,
Pftnrninc ttP hall tn their '
I{I rouh:: :I II I I each. Dr. H. H. Adams Norman r i I
nom 47 vqr i. McComb, : Coaches Irwin Land '
Willis !
S. G.
I Statistics/ Starko Mon. "Bish"Bishop {
ant (io"'" tr hn business i shown above; turned in a better ;1 Charles Lyle praised the play I 4 i J I :
First Downs! JO 11 "Buddy" Bishop, Mike .I
at hand Tnllbk No"' Fl got j from rushing .10 7 performance against Mon- of quarterback Dwight Elder !\ Sheppard, Joe Johnson, Bob- James Otis Manning, 51, of _-- ___ .. \

:, l\i"4 oar S bf>'n"p. Jnrksrm: I ticello than any other Tornado !i who had only a single day's by McRae. Marlon Elder. Bill Jacksonville, died Sept. 28 as .'
from passing ,0 1 '
worked flip notion{ around j; lineman, according to Brad- ;1! practice at that position be- Epps, Colonel Griffin, and i! the result of a heart attack: ,
1 .
from naltles 0 3
inht' end for' **n more' to the ford High Football[ Coach ua-j fore the game. He had to take I Mike Willis. j. aboard the Steamship San M;.-;
I These ,
Yds lushin . 281 139 players I
Tiger 14 and' a first frmnImmediately i.: Yds passing? ". 0 69 vid Utt e. I I over suddenly' after regular : will proceed to the Championship i i: ring near Saion.Air. i I ... t

Nn"lY drilled .I signal caller Donald Falcon Manning was born Sept. ,
McComb received Flight. ]Losers' of the
Passes compl'td 0-3 4-7 a grade! ;! 4 ,
nut almost in morn yards! and injured last Saturdav in 20,1911 at Trenton and "
was first match mov-
I Passes intercepted 1 0 80 per cent on both offense will prdc'eed' to the
ja<*k ">n : Tumbles lost br 1 2 and defense against the Tig- Flight. 'Sunday1.; Oct. 14. ... .
and first rfn"vn of tlv ttr'nnrho also praised the defensive playof I jln 1914. He had served -' "
vls lost penalties 70 0 e:'s as he stood out in both is deadline for these matches i,
flf, (th.. T'nwt>..iaHo""*"' I Ronnie in modern flameless cooking .
coiner back Harper i the Merchant Marine for enjoy
...I in inn- d _+s.f__ !11._,__ Iv1" _-__"I :;,.otr. by quarters: categories< is considered, A grade of 62 percent mrddie" '.guoru_.:........s_ jjcuii. ___, Thomas. ;; Gertie Willis hasjbeen bad tim;giving on Norman the- : .n..a years_._'___, durtnp which lime ,' */. .. .. .... ........ ,. .d.,..- I
Stark 14 0 7 14-15MonMccMo.
from thrpp -'it on** $* <* 'fnds1' Joe Thigpen' and he maintained residence in
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,, __ 0 6) 0 G12 sli I) play, according to the'' I course. Wednesday and' Thursday :' CLEANER! walls. pI.'
No soot-blackened *rime t3ined 'kitchen
Tormu t'lPc; 'IIt erta.tvrkson coaches. j Donald Carter. she chipped in for a Jacksonville. He was a mem- pots or +

arhterl tho ., ;"t sortor. I' Touchdowns: Staike-Noef The1'''Blue' Devil's lone tally : "Birdie" on 7, and Norman ber of the Seaman's International Electricity is pare energy. No fla'.ne. no pruducts of combustion. Curtains ". ;

Bishop kickfl off AndCnokc ? \ 2 II, run; 2 runl; Jackson "!Ie's very valuable to us," : came late in the fourth on a played in the rough on 3, Union. and drapes stay cleaner. ,.'.-.

r rijunl : Gardner: 2 11. i-un; Coach Hurse said of McComb : '
v return i 14 ,. .I'tic; to 20( yard pass play. I Congratulations to Gertie and Surviving are five sisters: COOLER(I. FASTER I The flat electric surface units cling

flip Tlttor 9 I-f'f".a) n.ti101 .\,,woc ':. 79 torn). Extra points: Jack "He's dependable and as versatile !' The Baby Tornadoes will better luck to Norman. : Mrs. Lou Loyless, Mrs. Mar- closely to rooking utensils. Trigger-fast heat goes directly into the food- : .
> son 2, Thomas, Dusger, run; as any lineman we', Lake City to'take on cile Thomas and '
( off on !> ?3 vord run : travel to It has been decided that : Mrs. not into the room. Your kitchen stays up to 16 cooler. f'
p'hi"h nlgr; ti flip rioytldn:: nnthn DfTiintj. kick.Monticrllo have. A tackle on last year's'! the Baby Tigers- in their game. 1 I Long, all of Jacksonville; Mrs. -."

Ptarkc f SO Tho drive ::;tJ111pit : Rfames 15, pass undefeated Tornado eleven i next Tuesday, October '16. i i the winner of the Ladies Fall Beulah Howard and Mrs. Es- AUTOMATIC Push a button or flip a switch.the controlled
1 on the 30. howpvrr. when I from CookspyJ.J; Davis: IS r run] McComb was moved to guard:',' Handicap played during Octo :, ta Underhill, both of Starke; heat is the same every time. .just-rigirt! as you want it for perfect'cooking ,
ber will also
flip Titers ran out of doa n at the beginning of this season Think I win a trophy. two, brothers, Clyde Manning, without pot-watthing. .,
Sets also to
Rec. Dept.Tennis forgot mention r4
Bishop's\ kick off was retur- Sharp Increase to give that position more ... 1 Starke, and Collie W. Man- SAFER too! because there's flams .
!i 1 I experience. He was moved': last week that the winner Super-safe no constant-burning pilot ......
111't1 to the 17 from where Tourney. ': of the Turkey Ringer ning, Green Cove Springs. no hazardous fumes. You never have !to l be "on guard." You enjoy precious "h" .
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: back to tackle for the Monti-
> :, : i ; : Funeral sen ices were held '
Cookspy. Rt amf's, and: Gray In Forest fires Tournament for the ladies 1 peace of mind. ,
worked flip ball out to their !I' cello game and responded by All persons 17 and under, will receive-guests what?- at 10:30: a.m. Tuesday in the e :...: "
More than a million Florida families have already "switched"to _
41 before Rpames fumbled and tinmn. -?. .in his fine performi and 18 and over, who are' interested i Hardage & Sons Northside ,
This Year i turkey. ;
iShown once. in in the flameless Electric cooking.Ask your neighbor! ," .
Ftarkp's: Jackson recovered I i playing : Chapel, with Rev. A. D.
I __ .. : If haven't _
been out
you to
T rnament T. .h. I ..
"L. Bradford Tenms ou Houhltn, .
The Tornadoes returned meavor The 170 pound lineman pastor ui .1YIU50- ; ; .. I.
i the ,
on flip very next plav. 1 The number of woods fires who will earn his sec6nd vai- should register at the Starke Country Club to see the ton-Anderson Met hod is t '.. '

I hnp ever ns they fumbled and and the total acreage burned city this season and will play Recreation Department by new club house it will be worth Church, officiating. Burial See what's

fullback Virgil Davis recovered i in the county have shown a his seventh season of foot- October 16.Tiophies your while to drive out. Workis was in Riverside Memorial ti'EW in i, tPd 01 tameless............_.......... az&t&zurtg<7 t ,
1; sharp increase this jear over will be given to progressing on the pools Park. qlamorstyledElectric ,
for the Titers Monttcello ball, was the victim -of a and the sides .fr'S CM doER ron r ,
was not to be denied a second ; :i last! according to the Florida knee injury early this season the winner in each division. ,, are going up on Ranges

chance to score and they : Forest Service. So far' this: and was dressed out for the You may register by calling the club house. EVERGREEN' BAPTIST with tlJ2modern"buI1t. "

made! it with Davis going over 1 year there have been 162 fires P. K. Yonge game but was not 964.7441 i Carolyn E. Eaves CHURCH .. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
look. Colors .
too .
from a yard out 11 plavs later. : with 1,346.5 acres burned. ; 'action. With 'the Every Medallion HcAW
( slated to see i Sunday School, 10 a. m. Visitour. Electric HELPING BUILD fLoatc
The Tigers' try for the point During the same period last injury of linebackers Marty' 30 Boy Scouts | Health Staff Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Appliance Dealer today,includes a flame

after touchdown was not successful : year there were 104 fires' and Starling and Mac Hall, however Set. To Attend i j To Attend MeetIn Training Union 6:30: p.m. Eve- !less Electric Ran C e.

but the Tornadoes incurred i 442.6 acres burned. McComb was forced into I : ning Service, 7:30: p.m. Prayer *
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a 15 yard roughing ; Rainfall during the past action at that position and Ross Allen Day Miami Beach :, Meeting Wednesday 7:30:_p.m.. .rr- -

penalty on the play. As a result week at each of the three turned in an outstanding I
,, towers follows New Thirty members of Boy; Scout, Dr and Mrs. A.' Y.!Covington 'rJt. ... ..'... .... ... :
the Tigers were permitted! was as : for the entile.fi < ;;, % .t 'N ", ': '" ,
performance ,t xsC' 3T'
: ; ::; y
: Troop 70, and the Explorer; i. "" nr,-.rP3ws R(.,i* <\\to f : n. '"
f to kick off from the Starke River, ,20'Iouis'Hill; 3' Inches : nal quarter of the game he Kl leaders.': and Jack L. Trawick will /" ; (
a rompanl:: by
';; 40 yard line instead of their ; Santa Fe, 1.80 inches. played. He had practiced at attend the annual meeting of
Bill Shiner and David Montgomery ;
the Florida
1 the linebacker position very will attend the annual .;! Public Health Association .I 'i
to be held
I I little, but his performance RO-J Allen Day at Sihei1: Beach Oct. 15-18. Miami .

was: good enough for the Springs on 1 Friday; and' Sat-: I \of.". .h..... I 7 '

coaches to put him there per- uiday. The boys will camp out ; The meeting this year will :: .. \/. .

rr.anenU He phyed the entire ; be held in conjunction with
Montitello gam, going the American Public Health '
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(rom lIght tackle on offense Hears j Association which is being .
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to liucoackrr on defense. held in Florida for the first i ;
Two Lunchroom g
; time. Approximately 12,000

('i OCERY & MARKET "We should beat Lake Cityif I' members of both organiza- :

we play like we did against SupervisorsIn tions are expected to attend.Dr. I
Monlicello," the big tackle I I
Half Mile North Of City Limits-U. S. 301 stated, "There's no question > observance of National:': Covington is a past ;
1 it.:. He accords the Tor- School Lunch Week, tw o lunch' president of the Florida Public ...""r.t.,..jjt: :

OPEN 7 DAYS-7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. nadoes'about sudden improvementlast room supervisors, Mrs. Sarah!I Health Association and in i a-i' 1 '.

Hunter of Starke Elementary; 1960 served as delegate and ik.;v:';'d.4.,
week to the fact that "we
Dev-I as a member of the Governing
School, and Mra.'
PURE roux FRESH LINK just realized we would have to
football to undefeated rick of Bradford County High:I Board of the American r \
play go :: Public Health Association held
School featured speak-
COUNTRY 6 SAUSfiGE 59C again this season. .
i I sers at the Rotary Club Wed i I in San Francisco, Calif. .. ,'> '

i nesday. i An interesting program of for"k 4 ,. ,
GRADE ".A' County ChildrenCommittee, Both speakers described the; outstanding speakers from over ,r ..f. ,, .y .. :. q; ? ..
: r-roMems involved in bringing'i! the U. S. and Canada is f r':; .

FRYERSSUNNYLAN1) t Meets students a balanced diet at no: planned. v I
A f. Gold House "' : more than a so-called' "snack i I

lunch'* would cost. Mrs. Dev-\Saturday Wreck

A luncheon meeting.*6r the rick pointed out that high w '' .
reds' t '" '
lB Bradford County Children's school students do much more; Damages Cars ? '

PICNICS 0 i Committee was held at the :. in the lunch department than w -
I Arthur Gibson Louden, 42-
Gold House Restaurant Monday just eat the food. They assist

with Mrs.; E. A. Hall, by making mcnues, and posters I year-old Startle resident who

GOOD; chairman, picsiding. : showing the need for adequate]! lives at 1304 Pratt Street .:

GROUND BEEF"lb. 49c During the business session. ,!Ullriches: help keep the dining, was charged with failure to ,, r

Mrs. P. Riherd. the new county room clean, arid keep food lines have his vehicle under control ,, x x -. +I

health nurse was introduced. moving 'in' an orderly manner I last Saturday when he ran .

8 l ihs: said.Mrs. I into the rear of a 1956 Buick ,, i, l
PET ", ILK. tali cans $1.00GA. Hunter asked for the' driven by Lorenzo Green also .
In line with the national of Starke. .
tf.oprrafion of paienrs in get-I! : /

emphasis on the necessity of : ting''their childrento eat reg-'t According to deputies from

nEnTOMATOES8ca establishing good reading hab- t r.. -
marl} hi the lunch "room inoider the Bradford County Sheriff'sDepartment r

18 - its among children and youth, to cut downf waste and I Louden was ap- df S.
51oo the program was slanted toward .. .
to help lower the cost. of individual parently traveling at an excessive :
to ,
positive meals. rate of speed and did t -
the by making good t ,
VEGETOLE problem TTie supervisors were intro- not see the Buick until he I'
material available to <
reading duced' P. T.: Xolin. cr-' it. The 1961 rx
by pri was nearly upon

SHORTENS l G .. 3: lb*. 49c all.Dr. pat of the Starke 'Elementary' Ford sedan hit the Buick six Vii'' a i,
Jennings described -
Florence School.Lawtey. miles east of Starke on S.R. "

the excellent work that 100 while both cars were -

EATWELL TUNA .. can 19c the Staike County Library is : Masons. traveling east.

doing in meeting the reading \\fl Be Hosts' : Green was going approximately makes Winter-Sure wrth .'-', .-

LONG GRAIN: needs of the public and also (. ; 45 mph when over Standard your car

d RICE-516s. 59c contributions made by the To District Meet ,, taken by Louden in the Ford ?:
- which twice mon- '
bookmobile the deputies said, adding that *
thly makes 18 'regular stopsto Lawtey Masonic Lodge No. long skid marks indicated that CERTIFIED CAR-CHECK

NO. 2 /2 CANS1N CAMP bring reading materials to 189 will be host to the annual Louden had attempted to

PORK & BEANS 4 cans 99c the' residents of rural areas. I district meeting of District 8, stop when he saw the Buick. ,

Thomas I* Casey principal F. & A. M. on' Wednesday,

GRITS or MEAL- 5 Ibs. 29c of Bradford High School, andL. OCt. 17. Honored guest'on this SOUTUS1DE CHURCH OF
H. Gibson spoke of plansto occasion wilt be Most Worshipful ; CHRIST To keep you car-safe and carefree. To keep your mind on the road not on your car.That .

SOUTHERN sell good, paperbacks in the Grand Master William S. 3 :Mile South on 301 *s the purpose of Standard's famous FaIl Certified Car-Ct>tcSc. ,
high school. i Christian of Miami.
PEACHES large can - '. 25c 'The'n'&tf t Registration begin at 6pjn. Sunday Bible C1aSes10 We check your cooling system. Yonr battery, plugs radiator tires, oil clearer air; fi'.Ur.'! ,
: 'for more room ., with dinner scheduled at a. m.; Assembly Worship with brake fluid. We change the oil, tame every squeak with: KYSOiBbrication': ''A'c rover
and first floor facilittes for the 7:30 r Oi
p. m. Prayer Meeting car from headlights to ta-Jp1' ,
FOREMOST MILK / gal. 53c l Bradford County Library was 6:30: in the Lawtey School Wednesday 7:30 p. m.BOA A
It's that hn we're ',hroillt. car ad< k :' '' %+'
I : discussed cafeteria. Open Lodge Is set a system so complete ; .. v-e ghe your .f! me _
for 7:30 p.mrtth: reception A written record of all points p eve cbuked aPE serviced h nieani :ou'tt, by> in :,try <. r .
SALT--l Ib box . lOci BAPTIST weather. ?
i '1 '% CARD' OF THANKS* :, by John net DOOM of the CHURCH S/.d

8th District Milo Seigler 'Till Drive in today at your Standard. station. Do as Dixie's car-aist millions do. CMSO altjt, ? /
(i A. RED wish to thank wRWe -gox- give the address of welcome Sunday School. 10 a. m. Standard : .

CUT, BEANS -1 can 15c friends and relatives fo 'their followed by recognition: of Morning Worship 11 a.m. I I
'. -- I Grand Lodge officers,and the
sympathyI : 1
kind expressions of Training Union 6:30 m.
NORTHERN i I 'the"death"oIbur'Fathter ; address by the Grand Master. p. 1I I STANDARD OI[. COMPANY ,( KENTUCKY3. K. G. DUNCAN, AGENT
during I
i .. Paul Griffis of Lawtey will Evening Worship. 7:30 pof m. F
TISSUE .. 3 rolls . 25c *.=Daughters and sons oft'1 'I .
t i serve as Worshipful Master i I Prayer Meeting. Wednesday. ST. RIiE. FIu\.
1t Bailey. L Lang this communication. 7:30 p. m.

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I C C Directors Simmons TrialIs jail.Zach 1962-63 FFA Officers I Grain Acreage I sion program. With killing :,Halloween Carnival
Douglas, attorney for To Be Released I frosts possible by Nov. 1, over :
'Set Hill
Edmund Schaeffer requestedthat the main grain-producing area -: At Clay

Commend his client be tried by the !November 1 ; the objective of the no- School October

7 II Postponed court rather than by a jury on grazing ban would be satis-
Beginning Nov. 1 most of
a charge of driving while license
,, factorily met by that time. In A Halloween Carnival will
the diverted under the
i was revoked. Schaeffer acreage addition, the important periodfor be held at the Clay Hill
Free [Continued From 4- 1962 feed grain program will
Parking Page One] had previously been con-
I II protection of the School starting at 6:30: p.m.
I be released from program restrictions -
intoxicated in connectionwith victed of driving while intoxi- } t I Felix ; acreages also will have passedin :, Friday, Oct. 26. This event is
on grazing, '
cated and his license was revoked '
the latter accident. : most areas, and there is sponsored by the Clay Hill
Continued From Sapp, chairman Agricultural
Page One] at that time. The trial
l small likelihood that conser- i PTA, and profits will go toward -
In a tried Stabilization and Conserva-
case Wednesday ;
had been set
for Friday morn- vation cover would be severe- : picnic tables
with purchasing
us or not, Mayor i
morning, D. C. Jones of tion County Committee, has
, ing, but will be tried '
I now by
said. "If ly damaged by permitting and playground equipment for
they don't-we can
Route 2, Starke, was found Judge Yawn at announced. The authorization :
repeal the moratorium In 90 guilty of selling misbranded I plea day. I, does not extend to [1] diverted I livestock on this acreage on or the school.

days, or even sooner or adopt drugs and was placed on pro- METHODIST CHURCH ; acreage which is devoted I II after Nov. 1. I This is the first time in

strict one-hour parking." bation for 30 months and I to wildlife food plots, or [(21 In the event of a statewide I several years that a carnival

Most directors seemed to ordered to destroy his stockof Schedule for week of Oct. "- I, diverted acreage on which : killing frost, the Chairman held at Clay Hill
feel that merchants have grown goods. 14: Starke Chapter: president, Wayne Stalnaker; vice president, Mike Maruca; secretary, I grain or oil-seed crops have I II declared, approval may be obtained -;jhas, been ,

accustomed by now to not Ray Crawford was found Sunday-Church School for Thomas Harley; treasurer, Henry Mizell, reporter, Wilbur Grover; sentinel, Wayne Hersey, I matured in 1962. I.I.I for an earlier date for, and everyone is Invited to

parking in front of their stores guilty on an unlawful speed all ages 9:45: ajn. Morning and chaplain, Ronnie Williams. I The chairman explainedthat I relaxation of the nograzingban. ,I come out and enjoy the fun.
and would be glad to cooperate charge and sentenced to- paya Worship, 11 am. Snack Sup- the grazing restrictions

I in the meter moratorium fine, of $75 or serve 30 per for MYF 6 p.m. Youth are being relaxed as part of I I -
in an effert to attract : the general effort to keep : PRODUCE
I shoppers to the business district days in jaiL Meetings, 6:30: p.m. Evening :... provisions of farm programsin DOWLING

John Henry Lewis was Worship, 7:30: p.m. ". oi line with practical farming MARKETFRESh

I It was pointed out that this guilty of improper exhibition. MondaySubdistrict MY- operations. Many farmers normally -

"|v was being done for the sole : of a dangerous weapon and F at Lake Butler Methodist 1i I salvage dropped corn

; benefit of the merchants and j!I Dan Williams was found Church, 7:30: p.m. i ., :! ears and other crop residue FLORIDA PER DOZEN
Is one step in the direction of II I I I by turning livestock onto har-
\ converting the central business I guilty of petit larceny. Both i i vested cropland in the late

district into a "regional I were sentenced to pay fines, and program meeting 10 a.m. i fall. Since the diverted acreage i Grapefruit ... 25c

I shopping center." of $75 or serve 30 days in j WednesdayPrayer Meet- i on many farms is not fenced -

ing and Bible Study, 7:30: p. I separately, the program

m. change will permit these far- : LOCAL FRESH

-NOTICE-. mers to salvage this feed with- :
Thursday -story Hour for
Bradford Chapter: president, Glen Sapp; vice-president, Wayne Clemons; secretary, Tony out being put to unreasonable U. S. NO. 1 FLORIDAPotatoes

r Primary Department 3:15: p. Geiger; treasurer, Don Brandes; reporter, Bill Phillips, and sentinel, Wayne ]{irkla d. : work time. and expense for
;1 The m. Chancel Choir rehearsal, protective fencing.

7:30 p.m.Friday. Elks Official According to Mr. Sapp, the EGGS
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Ladies Prayer I main objective of the ban
To Visit Here
against livestock on diverted

Saturday Hours-8 A. M. To 1 :00 P. M. Group meets in sanctuary .LI. A acres has been to prevent MEDIUM
9:30: a.m. 10 LOS
I grazing that might partially

A Membership Training : offset the corn and sorghum 3 DOZEN

I I i Class for young people wishing adjustment under the diver-
*Due to our inability to close on Wednesday afternoons .. i I _: _
to unite with our churchis Ao"( -
1u10 8ttrqess
.Ie we will close' on Saturday afternoons aU:00 being conducted by the pastor 1y PONCA.NEBRI t: ii;: or WRITE c 5!

.P.; M. .. _
I each Sunday at 10 a.m. I .., DAN BYRD
Wherein I struggle for tnree down my cheek. I got dizzy El I About Mortgage Loans

__ '! weeks to get a firm hold on\ and nauseated, and had to % with Gulf Life Insurance Co.
life again. Now I am to go to I stop and lie down. They P. O. Box 122

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- -'- -- --- --- Illinois. brought up a wheel chair and: I : I Gainesville, Florida

When the hours passing took me to my bed. I lay I _

) I TO THE SMITH-CORONA slowly, with a loneliness quietly, weeping softly and I II

are chilled, thinking of Don. They gave : I
I #
I I look upon your picture, me milk of magnesia, and nowI .
; and my mind with mem- am better. I did not try to .<-4 .

ories are filled. go up to the "rec room" to .
: And a warmth will draw play games. I feel better now, rr ,

I \ around me, when your but ate no lunch. _

11\ photograph I hold, It's Wednesday morning now, N& 20 Words or less, one time ____ .95 Memorials: Resolutions __.:.__ :do per won

I For whisper my ,heart all the to things me will we to at 6:30 the: a.m.airport A nurse and we takes go me to -', .- -. ;I If not paid in advance ___-_________ 1.00_ Cards____ nf_ Tha-nka_._-- tin at" t....,. .*.A w "nrnaje.,10M. ._._.___ .S ..

William J. McGrath Jr. Keyed or Blind Ads ____ 1.00 Over SO
word s __ 5c wortf
used to do; Downey, 111. to another hospi- ------ per
\ Oh your lovely picture tal. My address is:, Veterans District Deputy Grand Exalted I Each additional word over 20 -_- 05 Display ads iII i Classified __ 1.50 per Inc*
Ruler of Florida Northeast
\ very comforting can be- Hospital, Downey Ill. There
\ district, will pay his official LOST Labor Day near I!I '
times treatment and !
But thousand more
a my surgery Hampton. 2 female Walker! HASTINGS MATTRESS
visit to the Starke Elks Lodgeon
comfort, would your pres- should be completed.My hounds with tan heads. Saddle
Monday, Oct. 15. He will & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
ence be. house is empty in Indi back with saddle back black 'B.
-John C. Metcalf ana. They are going"to try to meet with Exalted Ruler L. M. with white. 1-2 fence markingon I 710 Lemon St. Palatka
Gaines and other lodge offic- back leg. Jack Hall. 1231
This is my fourth week here get my things from Ponca Butler Rd. Staxke. ,

and I am better. I do not take and my clothes next week. Al- ials at 6 p.m. for official business _ _ 2tchg 10-11. Upholstered & Refinished
medicine, only for my kidneys.The bert will have his soy beans followed by a supper, RELIABLE MAN OR WOMANTo Read The Classifieds! MATTRESSES REBUILTNew

SEE UATTT% first three weeks I slept harvested, and winter wheat and initiation ceremonies. take over Watkins Routein IF YOUR NAME IS Innerspringa

I most all the time. I did not sowed. I was talking to him Starke. Good for up to $65 FOUND AMONG THE and Box Springs i
I know I was so tired. Now I am last evening. He and Gabby New River Weekly to start. No invest-
Card or Call
THE moved out in the main Ward were home alone- all others ment. Set your own hours.
2 North. I have a lovely room were out somewhere. They had AssociationToMeetMonday opportunity. Full 5-9168
or part time. Write C. R. Ruble STARKE
iV1i'! OFFICE FOR A FREE 964-5934
with pink walls. I do not havea buried another sister of
NEW Dept. 0-2 PO. Box 2447
private bath, but it is not wife that day. A brother died Memphis 2, Tennessee2tp TICKET TO THE FLORIDA SMALLER I

.. : too far, and I share with lady while they were at Don's fu- 10-18 THEATRE. Starke Agent ,

nurses. neral. They will be glad whenI I
This morning the minister get in my little house.So The New River Association, FOR RENT -Nicely furnished E.A.SappRANCHTYPE Joe Sistrunk
cottages 3 or 4 rooms. Quite
had coffee and cookies with bye for now, and thanks representing 19 churches andover i Christian people. E. Bessent HOUSE 6 FOR SALE New Portable

S .. I us. He talked to us, and we for all cards and letters. I 3,000 members, will meetin I Ave._Phone 969-1545. tfchg. looms and bath, 4 out build- Stero. 2 speakers. $25 Vaga-
: !! had fun. I ate two cookies and mean to answer, but it will be Annual Session on Monday I FOR--- --- -------- ings.acre beautiful lawn. bond Corner Bradford Build

drank coffee. I asked to play some time yet. So some dayI and Tuesday, Oct. 15-16. The furnished RENT 2-bedroom newly painted house. Dor't be confused about the ing Supply. 301 E. Call t

the organ, and they said I hope to be home in my little opening session will be called I Contact Mrs. Stone at Koch's price. This is a nice place for 2tchg 10-18

could. I went up to the third house, and have a certain to order by the Moderator, DrugStore._ 4tchg_11-1 anyone. Leaving sacrifice for FOR SALE Storyland Play
Superb new portable Remington! floor and played. Suddenly I amount of happiness. My son the Rev. Leo A. Hebert, pas- -FOR RENT-2-- --bedroom- -house- Telegraph 2500. Some P.O.terms.Box Write A-D Houses. Also ideal for storage

began "Love's Old Sweet and wife have gone to so much tor of the First Baptist trailer. Can be moved on vow Starke. 1 tp lake bath house, pets tools
SO' .:. Song," and the tears ran trouble to buy my house. I I Church of Starke, on Monday own lot. J. B. White. Phone work shop etc. $99.95. Won-
Come in and try out Holiday have a telephone and mail afternoon at 3:30: in the 964-1651. 2tchg. 10-11 1957 Jeeo For Sale. Perfect derful Christmas present for
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Phone 964-4471.
children. Terms. 400 W. Madi-
will be Box 104, Boatdrain Baptist Church located INSURANCE
box. Ha! It
much quality and easy typing and More Uniforms Sulphus Springs Ind. on Griffis Loop. The AUTO AT REDUCED FIRE RATES BOAT _YOUR_ _OLD_ WATCH_ _2tp 10-11 will son Ph. 964-8631. 2tchg 10-18

host church will serve supperto FOR SALEChoice residen-
So the days Leavesare
pass. DOYLE E. CONNER make the down
j advanced design can be yours Needed By Band, lovely now and no doubt all messengers and visitors INSURANCE AGENCY beautiful new payment Bulova on at a tial lots. Close in. Terms.

Boosters ToldMore the trees will be bare by the present at 6 o'clock in the Phone 964-4501 Dahmers Discount House. Floyd Green. phone 969-2942.10-11 I
fof.only V> Exclusive wrap-a.-ouncT Remington styling time I get to Indiana.I evening. The night session _ _ tfchg -_tfchg I -
4 protects precision typing than a hundred persons have a recipe somewhere will begin promptly at 7 and LISTINGS WANTED All FOR RENT Furnished A- WE DON'T
: mechanism! adjourn at 9. The Tuesday typesStrout Realty. P. O. partments 1 & 2 bedrooms. Sell
dish but will give it later. you we help you buy.
lilts attended a covered supper
1T1 Its nigged top csrrj
Box 307. Starke. Phone 468- we pay lights and water. Con-
195 caseltUIIde and business meeting of the All my love. God bless you sessions will start at the same 1766. tf chg tact 431 Center St. or Bullington Good selection of new and
Free typing course and the time but will meet with the ised 8' and 10' wide Mo-
Bradford Band Boosters at all. Appliances. Phone Day
with machine FOR RENT-4 furnished
chart every 1 room -
of Law-
TAX high school cafeteria :Monday Mother Lura First Baptist Church apartment with private 964-6551. Night 9647191.tfchg 1i1e Homes

night.A P.S.-This is a wonderful tey as host. bath. Mrs. D. L. Silcox. 331 LAKE GENEVA

from Bandmaster hospital; kind, and good .f9 .d. The Monday program will _Clark St tfchg COLONIAL FLORIST TRAILER PARK

Elden report Matthews indicated that Everything nice. I've been' include the election of officersfor LADIES 18-25 Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. I ml SE of Keystone Hts.on .

WE HAVE IT! the band now has 80 members, happy. the new year the petitionof To represent our customers in flowers wired any place. Flow- Route 100tiCA.
the First Baptist Church of your area. Must have a car ers for all occasions .
N 1. i'' g SETS COlUMNS jie largest number uniforms in its ms-are BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Keystone Heights seeking admission and a private telephone line. Phone 964-6291. 506 East locally.Not NOW OPEN
tory. Additional Excellent renumeration. Writeto

E M 0 N A R C H 2.2t0Rl260N&CONTROll .nRlNI...."'... on might order be,properly so that outfitted.each member The Sunday School 10 a. m.: reports to and the messages association by, and the sional FRED Bldg.SKAFF Jacksonville, 316 Profes-2, St. tfchg "BARGAIN 608 Brownlee SHOP"St. I

W, a. ERASURE TABLE ON miNOERI cost of these and some addi- Morning Worship 11 a. m. following members of the Fla. Itchg PEYTON FLORIST Thu Week Special t
Evening Worship 7:30 In. State Team: Dr. J. Perry Carter 119 S. THOMPSON LADIES
4. p. ST.
REMOVABLE tional instruments is being car- HOUSE FOR RENT at Kings-
ried by the Band Boosters.Not Prayer meeting Wednesday ley Lake. Phone 782-3061. 964-4155
5'BAiuWTEO ON Retirement Centers;
PAPB all band members have 7:30: p.m.Rev.. R. T. Williams -I Baptist 2tchg 10-25 NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 20c
Rev. Tom Cuttino, pastor of
REMINGTONGives I 6. CALIBRATED PAPER TABLE! uniforms, and several do not pastor. I the First Baptist Church of FOR SALE DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS Pd
We Wire Flowers
7. CARD 4 WRITING have proper fitting uniforms.At Quincy; Rev. Ray DeSha, pas- Ready mix concrete, concrete WAITRESS
You 12 EXTRA FEATURES 8. ADJUSTABLE PAPER ESE: least eight additional uniforms BAPTIST CHURCH tor of the First Baptist Churchof block piers, fence posts, sand tfchg in person, Garden Restaurant.

never before assembled on any portable! under MOO-9 VARIABLE LINE SPACER?I are needed.A UEIL6RONN Tavares; Rev. Hugh Haw- cement,mortar mix,rock,steel FOR SALE- 1961 Pelican 14 I tfchg
10. CARRIAGE financial report by the kins, and Rev. Thomas Pinner. I oyster shell, limereck, and roof ft. plywood boat trailer and
CENTERING Sunday School 10 m. BE SURE to see WORLD
11. IOCK! treasurer, George Kaufmann, a. the gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg 10 hD Eyinrude motor. All in
TOUCH Rev. Hebert bring i BOOK before
buying en-
REGULATOR! Morning Worship 11 a. In. good condition. $350.00. Can any
indicates that the organizationnow doctrinal sermon on Monday Bradford Engineering Co. cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your
12-LIGHTER WEIGHT! Training Union 7 p. m I be seen alter 6 pjn. at 1115
has in hand or pledged approximately Evening Worship, 8 m. night and Rev. L. A. McGee FOR SALE Ford Tractor .Pratt St. tf chg ''ocal representative since 1951.
r one-half of the p. pastor of the Beulah 1 and equipment. $400. L. C. Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfc'mr
Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, Mrs. O. A. McDonald
needed amount for the Orange Baptist Church will bring the I King Lawtey. Fla. Phone 782- Mrs. H. C. Kelly'
;:30 D. m. Rev. Joe Root
i 3845. 2to 10-11 -----
Bowl trip on Jan. 1. He further annual sermon Tuesday after- REGISTER NOW for adult -- -
stated that since receipts from noon. The missionary sermon CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES for evening classes. Mail your area Is open for semiretiredman
the football concession stands THE RIGHT POINT for the, will be given by Rev. Allen I sale. See Mrs. Reese Scott. son.course Drawer selections 100.to Starke.L. H. $2.00 Gib- or lady. Many semiretired -
have thus far been lower than I Camp Blanding. phone 533- oeoole $50.00to
are earning
Price pastor of the First Bap- I 2972. 2tD 10-11 I fee per course. Negro adults
the previous year, additional way yon write. Come in and I contact Prof. Thompkins. R.J. $100.00 per week dependingon
activities and requests for tist Church of Raiford. The.I FOR RENT-Until June First. E. School. tfchR time devoted to the busi
I' __ ____
select TOUT favorite ESTER- ness. Maybe qualifr.
furnished you can
PLUS Lte funds will be needed in orderto association Is expecteofYoadopt 2 bedroom cottage .
1! on Spring Lake. 4 mi. N. of FOR RENT -Furnished and For personal interview in your
meet the cost of the trip. BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE', an operational budget i Keystone Hej hts. Good heat- unfurnished apartments Also area. write J. H. McGarity.

", Individuals and businesses who .. for the new year of $1,535. i I er and fire olace. $45-00 a unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom Willisto'J, Florida 4tehsr 10-25
h have been contacted should be GRAPH. i month. Ph. 964-4905. Itchg. houses. Reasonable rent. W. H. FOR RENT Furnished
Nollman. Starke. -
,, re-contacted in order to obtaintheir .I' WANTEDGood home for 4 : small house. One furnished a-
.- ". aid in this project, the kittens. Phone 964-4905. I. LAND FOR SALE in city partment with private entrance. -

>-.10 : _. -.. ..... I_ I 4 C V 5 treasurer said. CARLTON'S MILKThe Itchg. limits of Starke. Approx. 1% 570 W. Call St. Phone 964-
'4. I acres cleared. 2 blocks off Alton 4621. ltchg
Adults at the meet
present \ TRAILER MART Rd.
on Butler Rd. Across
ing were urged to purchase, Finest In Dairy Products Representing 8 Manufacturers from Frank Thomas home. FOR RENT2 bedroom, 2
membership In the Band BoostIers as low as $385.00 down Contact Frank Thomas at 1102 bath spacious furnished apart-
and to dispray the decal of! on New 55 x 10 wide. We trade. Butler Rd. 2tchg 10-18 ment. Downstairs on WalnutSt.
the organization. Various members GAL. JUG HALF GAL. JUG for anything. 7 years financ- -- Call Mrs. J. W. Kincaid
ing with low payments. HYWY FOR SALE in
Laundry 969-1491. tfchg
will be individuals -
contacting Call Mrs. Jack Eaves : No. 17. East Palatka dial 328- Gainesville excellent income,
to solicit membership in I I FOR SALE20 acres unimproved
1050 or 325-2048. tfchg. terms to reliable party. Pun
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH the immediate future. I price 14500. Worth investi- with stream. 4500. I
FOR RENT- Furnished two Excellent terms.
Charles. Phipps president.!I PHONE 964-4241 bedroom house. Very nice. Fla.gating. Write Box A-L, Starke Lovely new home on 8 acres.
expressed appreciation for fhe: : Adults preferred. One child 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Only
enthusiastic support of the. I acceptable. $65. 515 St. Clair USED STAUFFER reducing $9,000. STROUT REALTY U.
'" t- ....-_ -, ;.__4e!._ ....__.....'h _' ..., .. ... -.--.,' ,,-. Booster's organization thus far:I For Home Delivery by Carlton's Dairy i St. Inquire at 511 St. Clair St. machine for sale. Call 964- S. 301!) 8. Starke Fla. Phone

during the current year. J -1 1 Itp 0555. 3tchg 10-25 468-1766 Waldo. Itch!


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, rn.T YYYYYYYYYYY YYY' about replacing the phonein ganization meeting Thursday end here with Mrs. McMah- WYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY WITH YOUR i mentioned such a program I life, a home, or a factory. I Livestock entries are being

the booth on main street afternoon Oct. 4, ''with Miss one's parents Mr and Mrs. last week. The invitation to We are told that during every taken.

HAMPTONBy destroyed by vandals several Dorothy Ross, county home M. L. Watterson. Sunday LAWTEY COUNTY AGENT you is still open. 60 minutes, 66 American We want plenty of good ex

weeks ago, but no reply has demonstration agent, as lead- guests at the Watterson's included .- --" Soil Samples-lOOOOO homes are destroyed by fire. hibits. Read in a magazine

Mrs. D. E. HID been received as yet. They are Mr. and Mrs. Gene By Enza Blanchard : ".1If"';.,..>,', This is the estimated aver- We are told every 75 minutes, the other day about a. lady
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAttew. making further efforts to have er.Phyllis Meng was elected Facing, and Mr. and Mrs. .;: '. >1 age number of soil samples a person dies in a fire. 1,000 ribbons
who over
this service restored. president; ,Mary Lou Cooper, Frederick Watterson of Starke. &&&&&&&&&&&&-&&,& "AJU rit1 J taken in the State of Florida Defective chimneys and flu- exhibiting won in her County

.Council Takes Over: Bantams Have Rough Start; vice president, and ,,Louise Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smithof Church Societies- MeeiMrs. -, each year. Fertilizer companies es cause one-half of the exhibits
,Lett Phillips Fill Vacancies Play Again Saturday Batten, secretary. Song lead- Perry spent the weekend Mae Wells and Mrs. commercial agricultural I dwelling fires. Smoking and I Fair. Sign up your
. .' Hampton's newly elected officers Hampton's Bantam football ers will be elected at the next here with Mrs. Smith's parents Martha, Bales"entertained the service companies and the matches cause 15 per cent of I
and councilmen were team had a whooping loss to meeting. The 4-H club is com- Mr. and Mrs. Milton Grace:f.- '""Methodist WSCS Tues- Agricultural Extension Service I the fires. This 15 percent can I NOTICE

sworn In'for ;the' year at last Lacey last Saturday, 400. posed of girls from the fifth Mosher. Marissa Gay Mosher day night, Oct. 2, with the I Laboratory all analyze soil' be prevented if we think and ; that NOTICE the undersigned IS HEREBY desiringto GIVEN

week's meeting !In.the$ity. hall. for their first game in the sixth and seventh grades. I returned to Perry with them president, Mrs. H C. Wain- z samples. Last year, our Exten- be careful enough. i engage in business under the

P, H. Lott was named by .county's 10-12-year-old league.. Rev. C. A. Lundy to Speak for several days' visit. Sun- wright, presiding. The program sion Service soil testing lab This is National Fire Prevention fictituous SUPERETTE name of ,"WAYNE'SCASH at e71
the council to fill the unex- This Saturday morning at I At Baptist Church Sunday day dinner guests were also consisted? fCjf a dialogue by two analyzed more than 25,000 Week. Let us all prac- West Madison Street, Starke,

piled term of C. R. Cox, newly 10:30 am. in Starke, the Rev. C. A. Lundy, pastor of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin O'- members on the 'subject, "Our samples. The general farmer, tice care and caution so that same Florida name intend with to the register Clerk of the the

;elected mayor, and W. M. Hampton team meets Terwil- the First Baptist Church of Steen of Gainesville. missions to children with special ; the beef cattle man, the home we can save lives. Don't give Circuit Court of Bradford County

. Phillips was named city mar- liger for another try. Playingon Salt Springs, will be guest Mr. and Mrs. E. G- Saxon heeds." Special plans for gardener and in short anyone fire a place to start.NearerNovember Fl -rida.
l shal. These were sworn in the Hampton team are speaker at services at Hamp- and family have moved backto Homecoming were made, after who grows plants in the soil 14th CECIL WAYNE L E.DOUGLAS

with the two new councilmen. Plen Gnann, Mike Newsome ton Baptist Church this Sun- their home in Hampton after Vhich refreshments were can make use of a soil test. This is the opening day for 10-4 4t 10-25

R. D. May and D. N. Johnson, Ronnie Knight, Gary'Johns, day.Time spending the last few served to 11 members attend- The general farmer can tell our all new Bradford County I
Mayor Cox and Clerk W. H. Kenny Johns, Matthew Pack- schedule for the eve- months. in St. Petersburg. a if his soil needs lime and what I Fair. Three brand new build- I

, Maxwell.D. ham, Tommy EHand Charles ning service at the church has Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ing.WMU ,members met in the the status of phosphorus and 1 ings on a good piece of land

E. Hill was elected chaIr- Breeden Edward Loper, Tom been changed for the winter Brown and family were Sun- First Baptist Church Tuesday potash are in the soil. It helps will not make a FAIR.

man of the council, and com- Hardy:\ Jerry Brown, Randy months, with Training Unionat day dinner guests of Mr. and night, Oct. 2, with 18 pres- him adjust his fertilizer and More than 25 educational 1!!SfEtlIU(1I1C

mittees were appointed for the Hayes, Ronnie Henley, Den- 6:30 p.m. each Sunday,,and Mrs. Gene Brown in Gaines- ent. The next meeting will beat.lHe liming program so he can get exhibits already scheduled. -
year. nis Hall,' Russell Sparkman evening worship at 7:30: p.m. ville.Mr. home of Mrs. Purvis By G. T. Huggins' the most efficient use of his are
About half of the commer-
The council voted to havthe'lobby Robbie Addison Paul Lott, Prayer meeting on Wednesday and Mrs. J. W. Horne Brown on Oct. 23 at 7:30.: All money and work. cial exhibits is scheduled. GWS_ICIatIOAtt.r--41
of the postoffice rePainted and Stanley Jones. William evenings is at 7:30: p.m. also. and granddaughter, Melody members are urged to attend. Rats Like People! The homeowner uses soil area -...

since the rearrangement Newham is manager. Birthday Party SaturdayFor May, drove to New Port Richey Schedule of Services But people don't like rats. test information to help main

of postoff1 'boxes leftunmatching Further games on the Ronnie Knight 12 Sunday to visit Mr. and Grace Methodist: Church Rats create a situation that tain healthy shrubbery and AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
wood'aiici: Ronnie celebratedhis Mrs. R. C, Williams and family lawns. Many times shrubbery
new Knight -
schedule School 9:45 964-2609
are Kochs Keystone, : am. Morning I can lead to trouble. Rats are
old K. B. WatterSon'began twelfth last week ; planted next to the house does
paint. birthday
and Torode. The -games will Worship Evening Ser-
I ajn. I attracted to homes, barns,
the painting work this be,played in Starke and Key- with a weiner roast at his Mrs. Louise Manire and vice, 7:30 p-m. Choir practice and other places; that offer not do well because of high De Wilt C. Jones Funeral Home

week. tone Heights the next three home Saturday evening Eleven Charles Manire left Tuesdayto each Wednesday, 7 p.m.; MY- food and shelter. The first calcium and pH. Different DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

Register Oil Co. has donated Saturdays. Several carloads of were present for the outdoor ... drive to St. Petersburg for P, 7:45: p.m. Homecoming is step, when possible, is to clean lawn grasses require differentsoil I Starke, Fla.
a new metal flagpole to"be parents and, friends accompanied party. ';, : a few.days' visit with relatives. planned for Oct. 21. up trashy areas that harbor conditions for best growth. I RENTAL SERVICES

erected in front of the post- the team to Lawtey last Ronnie's birthday was Fri-, ., Charles t Manire will leave First Baptist: Sunday food materials so that they v Commercial nurserymen Chairs Crutches
Beds Wheel
:office, replacing the wooden Saturday. Principal Charles day, Oct. 5. ....., next Tuesday for duty in Alaska School, 10 a.m. Morning Ser- will not be accessible to rats. count on soil testing to get Hospital ,

;Tx>le. It was accepted by the ..Francis is coaching .the team. Personals with the Air Force. vice, 11 a.m. Training Union, Then, it is time to use a good best growth in all types of

:council. .-U Girls Organize I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Met Mrs. Martha Farmer of Orlando 6:30: p. m. Evening Service, rat bait. Several folks have nursery stock. This is true for I

The., council has contactedthe I 4-H, girls at Hampton Ele- Mahone and family:. of ,Day- has been visiting here I. 7:30: p-m. Prayer Meeting each come in to talk to us about, plants in open nursery or in :

North Florida Telephone r'mentiJiy-School held their or-t tona Beach spent last week-; "with ;Mrs. Louise Manire.G. Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Youth a rat-killing program after we i containers.We ;' A good man to know .r
'P. Wadsworth entered have here in our office
-- Meeting, Saturday, 7:30: p.m.
Bradford County Hospital on Personals several handy soil testing tub- I

Wednesday last week for tests. Overnight visitors at the Wainwright Saturday. es that are for you to borrow.I
i NOTICE TO FUEL OIL USER.S'This Irvin Williamson, son of Mr. Methodist parsonage last Fri- John Roberts of Jackson We also furnish soil mample George
and Mrs. Williamson bags free to We tell
Wiley day were :Mr. and Mrs. Earl John Roberts of Jacs-ETJ you. you .
entered the U.s. Navy this visitor of how to take a good sample.
Conklin and daughter,Elmina. was a Tuesday LEADING AGENTLife
week, and left for San Diego, and Mrs. Horace Akely of Cob- Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts. We also furnish soil sample

Notice applies only to those who have not paid Ca if. for training. leskill, N. Y. They were en- Bantams Score 42-0 send it to the soil testing lab-
M". and Mrs. David Brown I oratory.
route home after visiting in Win Over Hampton & Casualty Insurance CompanyFor
their past due fuel oil accounts. We know that you wantto and. daughters have moved Tampa.Mr. Last week we mailed 32
Lawtey initiated the 1962
back to their home near and Bill Reid and samples. The test results have
continue receiving the excellent service that you have Bantam football season with.
Hampton on Highway 301, after sons of Jacksonville were Sunday been returned and we have
been use to in the past, but to those of you who have some month in St. Petersburg visitors of Mrs. Effie Mi- a :42-0 victory-over Hampton discussed or written to the your life insurance needs.
on the Lawtey field at 10 a.m.
not paid your past. due account by Nov. 1, .1962, your employed. Mr. Brown was ner.Coleman Phillips and family Saturday. Mike Norman, Mi- land The owners.most important step in Call GEORGE DONALDSONPh.
< ckey Moore, Charles Norman, 468-1015 Waldo, Fla.
name e 4 will be turned in to a central office where a list Visitors here this week with of Lake City'sPent the latter Tex Patrick, Charles Arwood, soil testing is a properly taken ,tOtS .. .;;R
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox were part of the week with Mrs. sample. It must be representative '
will be compiled and furnished us for future reference.Y and Billy Griffis figured in
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox Jr., O. J. Phillips and Danny.Mr. the scoring. of the area in question if
and Mrs. E. B. Goodson, all and Mrs. R. E. Lee and a dependable recommendationis
R..W i cooperation bringing your account uptodatewill of Miami. Mr. -and Mrs. Cox child?eh,''spent Sunday with Standouts for Lawtey on made. A SOIL SAMPLE tire and Casualty NOMomcii_ ,

''have were here for the .weekend, Mr. Lee's mother in Enigma, defense were Tex Patrick, does not COST. It PAYS!
,a .great bearing on your being,ableto, obtain and Mrs.-Goodson- remain- Ga. Charles Arwood. and J. S. Wa- \ &*ftMM Ctmjwuf tf tfcuuua I

fuel on.credit during .the.coming heating season.Don't .. ing through this week to be Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hallman ters. Coach Ed Magee attrib- FIRE-FIRE-FIRE .
to It is often too late when you
uted the Lawtey victory
with her mother,who has been ofcSattanooga, Tenn. arrived I
good ulterior line play. i hear someone shout FIRE! In
Monday to, spend a few days
Joe Starling returned a punt the case of fire, an ounce of
With Mr and Mrs. H. C. Kelly
35 yards to end the first half. prevention can be worth a
and Wendel. Mrs. Hallman
J .
) Q. d -
Qe1ayP.ayTday .
(CHURCH Mr. seny's s Caster. -"
537 W. Call St., Starke Walter Smith has returned

Q JSacIp ; fronrrisitins! jelativesm,Ohio

1 Sunday School.. 9:45: a. m. and at present is residing a 1

FUEL Oil ''DEALERSASSOCIAtl Church Worship, 10:45: 'a. m. with his son,-: 4Uo Smith, and

: Chi Rho, 5:30: p. m. Choir family, Haymood> hearer, a ,,,,
t. \ cousin who accompanied Mr. ct r b4S p
: practice,.. 6:30: p-xn.: CYF 7 p.
OF BRADFORD COUNTY Smith, spent a few'days with
in.;, Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. the family. ., 'V s i
'm. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs.:H. & Priest fr

K.. G. Duncan Jerome Johns Oil Co. and Lamar spent Sunday afternoon '- .tXs

nerlin family in Lake City.

Woodrow L. Thomas Freeman Register North 301. 2% miles out of 'Mr.",and Brooker.,Mrs. George visited their Tet- \ 1
stone of
town on left of the road.
Young People's Meeting, '

John A. Torode Friday 7:30: p. m. Sunday day.Mr: ,and Mrs. Alan Nolan i : .. ... .:.-. 1i .,

School, 10 a.m. Sunday Night and Mrs. Willis Starling and

SHELL JOBBER Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone son pi Whitehouse were'v1s1t-
cordially Invited to attend- family f:. a: 6 1 t
ing the H. C. Harley 'p
Rev. Carl Edmondson, pastor :.f .
Sunday.Mr. 7 ; ..,r
and Mrs. Roy Reddish X.
spent Sunday with Mrs. V. R.
Reddish. The family members l : .r

in a dinner with Mr.
AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY joined and Mrs. Logan Baldwin at

K Kinmev
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt : '
.... and Mrs. L. H. Harper were I 1t; : -- :

BRAKES MOVER visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack II4
AUTO Crane Motor Co. CONCRETE PRODUCTS during the v.RI
1 Harvey in Orlando
INSIST THAT AIL Gainesville week. Mrs. Harvey
Hull's Brake Supply ENGLISH FORD CONCRETE PRODUCTS returned from the hospital

Per Every Car ox- Truck Authorized Sales it Service Edwards AMD LONG 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sapp of iH t tOOQ
BuildingSupply -
Turning Grinding Relining "Complete Service f. AHMakes" DISTANCE MOVING Jacksonville and son, Johnnie, -, .f ;x 0 1

While m You Walt Inc. etorece And Grata of Miami were Saturday din- .
606 B. University IT*. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
1111 8. ) GaLnetvtllt I FB 2-4251 728 S. Mala FROinejvffl aH GaunJBI FB ff-S24 A. C. Pearce.

FR 2.9829 OiineatiUe.. PI*. *. HA. Mrs. S. D. Andrews and
''SEWINGIACHINES: Wildwood, and
children of
VOLKSWAGENSale of Gainesville visited -
Serrfce Farta Sewing Machine the W. F. Moore family

Butler Radiator Motor. i Saturday. ,
Miller-Brown Motors ERe
Co. Service Co. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T. 1963
Service Inc. L. Wainwright were L. L. . .
Host Modern Cores In Stock FBJ-Ub OF GAINESVILLE.;; INC.COUPLETS New Borne Kftite Wainwright of Tallahasseeon &

,Repairs All Oars Trucks 10o Eo University Ave.Oiineirille MCId0'tnR! Need Pfett Saturday and on Sunday :::- .
National Trailer Rental! Sales & Service Mr. and Mrs. Donald Knightof ..
Mr. and ii '.. uu :
619 6. W. 4th Ave, Galnejvfii1 PALES AND! SBRVICBof BepeJn On AU Makes Jacksonville, and tfifW .
n :z-oue 115 W. Univ. Ave., Gainesvfito Mrs. Emory Eunice of Starke. : ::
B & G Motors Co. -Ti
1711071ROOFING Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. i -r"-) -' '-:> -< .. ::;:..
CADILLAC; OLDSMOBILE!: New Lincoln Motor" Martha Bales were Sunday j
AUTO SALES &: SERVICECo. _I( HIIJ.lL1N FB 2-tSlt ___ dinner Quests of Mr. and Mrs. --
-IMPERIAL- CHSY8LES foa Sales-and Service 1030 8. Males Qaiamffia Neil----Phillips in Gainesville. :Now Ford wagons come in 4 beautiful sizes I

2001 N. TO..-,13th. Bt 441 GARDEN SUPPLIES The Helzel Co. House guests'of
Authorised Sales Put Mrs. M. L. Turner are Mrs.
8cn1ct FB 6-7515 Johnson & Paris S ROOFING Turner's .sister, Mrs. Hazel
S SHEET METAL her daughter, line-upl? 1. Big Ford Galaxle Size! Biggest, livti! <
and liveliest
awes owers DODGE'IANcD InaComplete e AIR CONDITIONING Bridges With 15 models, Ford offers America's longest and wagon most luxurious Ford wagons of alt! Foul <*

SLUpASales line of No Job Too Large Or Too Smalt Fran'Mr ford-America's specialist-makes it easier than ever to own a wagon them! Six and nine passenger. ..huge I load" .
Motor Co. I Parts Service 202 S. E. 4th St. G.me.dk and Mrs. Earl Teston Falcons/ .stunning new spaca..smooth new ride. : '
t SEEDS PLANTS- and children have moved into &St fits your family and your budget! New compact !
FR 2-2181 USED CABS TOO 1 RTSSEEK$ FB 2-1491 their new home just west of titdcMaw&ght Ford fa/Wanes..mighty and magnificent ford Ca/ax/e/ / wagons. 2. Middleweight idea for '63. Ford Big family-sized Falrtent! Slz el.dBran4- I

204 N. Main, Gainearffl Poole-Gable Motors IneecitkUeeYe 8ap a Lawtey.H. ., AH* M your costs and cares with Ford's amazing service-saving i features that new shorter outside.Three 4-door models.ChoiOl. ".

Cied Can 212 H. tIm 119 3. E. 1st.Ave. Galneedlte 'We Rent Fertile! tgtasdtte' VACUUM CLEANERS M. Manning thought llt- teduei routine service stops to a mere twice a year or once every 6,000 milesl I of two V-8's. .standard Six! I
....... -.- of hlslirthday until after 1 FNe to chooSe franl I
.. tie .
r ; ,FB 2-4S4S 224.x. W. Jta An. L _in. bupl Ftleoa Station Bu*and Sua W oo | 3. Compact Falcon .. f
All Mike. Of Vac!-- ft day's wore at me post All have Falcon's famous gas economy. :C1'-;. !
i it
AUTO SALES ft: SERVICE Automatic TranMoissio&s "If -It Needs Repairs He went on request of 'Mrs. ',. Rro..cTSCf f this year, Ford's Twice-a-Year !
? a. Nelson Green's home near the Slzal Mo+e B00f :
Bring In To KirbyV America's liveliest, Versatile Club wagon d
LINCOLN .- aasctrur ONE DAY SERVICE NEW A USED VACUUMS ,Tp; his great..smprlseYrs. FO RD -' -' space, door space, twice the argO rpp/ ;
COMET FUT UXTOOB: ALL jfuqss, REPAIR LADIES WEAR ,Authorized Kirby Distributor Green, her daughters, most care-free wagons .JWIIPr.t: : .: full-size waaons..can carry et 8'- "
\ .Vlrlo Miss Ruby
Mrs. T ,
Authorized Nfl aemc.- AND EXCHANGE Cherry's
Green and 'Mss' Beth Wlm l '

HechiaktBarkley FarteTrained 8eeitVK I Gator Automatic Oalneeafle'a Hot Faah4e&be. Kirby berly presented him with. a'' TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

,.JNt; Transmission ServiceINC. DRESSES Addrws- 'SOTS For tG4tJ.' C6ATSAccrssofiiaa. Sales & Service beautiful and Joeyl&kHn hU-thday lane cake.."Hap Gary Y' -

Motors 19 SE 2nd Place (next. to P. O.; I' U s. W. Tat GaiaesTiSsi j py Mrs.Birthday.W. O. Rhoden of- Ocala 206 West Madison Street Starke, Florida

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4 ,1962-63 season. .,of the 'Garden. I Tie I Council Meeting I TTYTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTIf !! children of Gainesville spent yy.yyy..Y..yCR.fNOIN \ dinner 'guests of Mrs. Susie C

EtSTL tTii ii.tiJ ; :ThursdayOct.C1ubofterLakes l ; :25,4 wilftehe1d h j l3OP. 'Jenkiiiig19.19 I Tuesday,Night i Mf IJ? { O fBY' 1\the Mrs.weekend'E..I. VanNetta.with Mr. and : : : I Gornto.Thursday afternoon Mrs. S,.

m. ,.v..t.,tne/.home.' of-'Mrs.Janiel -. On "-J eife1d I \ On'TheQuietSide I .Air and Mrs. H. E. Hansenof Eugene Brantley had a partyat

L 1:1:' ,; ) 1Jj. MarY t.. ; :,Pater.:Jr",on tJ.elson's-jpomt..,I[ < i I L", : .p{ .. l : ") fS.'Ali (Rhtl 1 a iner I .St. Petersburg visited Mr. By Charleyene BrantleyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi her home. Games; 'w 're tI

** <** M*. Speaker "of thej-day.-willAbe! The Keystone Indians show- TheKeystone: : Heights. Town I f-Hansen's brother-in-law and played and prizes won by 'most

AAAAAAAAAAA' "A\A' '. A * ...r:;.) )::<4. ** & ." .- LMCaU1.CiayCountyFam; ing a -big improvement, .this Council rhad- .another. 'quiet .. &..&AA..'!''siter; :Air. and 'Mrs. Clarence of the guests.

aaaaaaaaaaa&&ASebI AAAAAAAAAAAI.AhAAAALAAJ"," Agent. His/lubiect :'I;year over their alltoss1961 session Tuesday ;night with'-w'bI1i-3; 'iub r P. Crawford. Church Xewu a
Mr. an cfMSs. James L. Sapp
n',tqj'd,eaf i 1- uchdown.John'Moo Tan-the ,.General', Gardening- ;'; fMrs. 1 season played Jennings High 'inoculation) .- of,,.dogs and l11e'Woman's Club held its t Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Johnsonof and family were called to coming Sunday, the
The :Senior.Class J s>{.,'K ey- .balMor-lhe extratpoint, .$ .!R. p-Vogh, of Melrose (.School toa. 19-19 deadlock the. ,,mowing'.. of. city...pwned first- orientation meeting at Atlanta spent Tuesday with Ohio this week. Mrs. Sapp's; This will'have'our annual F

stone, High ch09I"wUIbold.8.Card : ,lIt, ls-hbpedi.that..1he.'towns- Js president for this I year,- |.i Friday, night on.theJasper : \ property being. the.chief:items ,'the Club'House 'on :Wednes- :Mrs. Johnson's brother-in-law brother Joe Tobias, was killed 14th. we -celebrating our ::1
,Party ,hi'the\sc oo1.af- '"people will.'come> out.andeup- LionslHold':" ,Dinner. Meeting ; football.field..The Indians of..dis., 5sion.. ,, .. '- -day/Oct.. ':,"--and sister Mr. and Mrs. W. in car wreck. Our sympathy Homecoming anniversary. Sunday ::1

etorium\; #t48.jyn; itiursday, 'port..th s -. little fellowsr-in ? Ipr 1 .,. Wjillfam,, 4Knop|: Jr., j now ;(have one victory and"-aJ Dr",, ;B.-S., Muffins will be :, The executive board servedas 0.. Preston. is a extended to the Sap School 105th will be at 10:30: am.

Oct. 25. High score prizesiand -their next game.:The'date and :.resear i. professor, .q frEle"ctri-J I tie against two losses forthe co.nt c4e4-and..a, datevset:.. 'up hostesses Mrs.. "Earnest Mrs. John Griner is recuperating family. morning worship at )

door '!&?*s' .!11l ;Tbq Carded.: place willlbe. announced later. aLEngine|ring at the ..Uni"season .so :far. This Friday '' for; ngcu1 tio ..,Philip.:.Knuth,I:Bartlett 'Mrs. John tra"'n, ;i at the home of-.,her Mrs. Mildred Burroughs of and 11:30.the A basket lunch will be h

Donation $1 per perjon; .You j Buddy \Goodyear:and Mike'Funbtrqare2 versity pi_ jlorida.-: was "the : night they' meet Callahan on :I' principalfjof .KHS, .registereda t-'Miss' iva-fmiyer, ,Mrs. Gill ;sister Miss Virginia Falanain Gainesville was 'visiting Mrs. served: at 1 p.m., followed by ian

are asked tojirlrifuwwjown i ; ;:'the coaches I guest speakerat the. Liensiiiner. the Keystone:--field. I .complaint' .,about the large :Allen, Mrs; ,C. L. Bass, :and '- Lakeland. Ella Beh'sario on Thursday and old fashioned song fest
cards play tidge. Canasta or jneettin.g on,.Monday, last-Friday's the' number of dogs running at Mr. and Mrs. Pat Glisson
t : fdrnthejMidgets. ,,__ : In game "Mrs. R-P.. Vogh. Mrs. G. .Arthur -' spent the night with relatives ,. This is also our Pastor's Rev. U
whit prdferOht ) .. pct 8rDr.Knopf .spokeof .took 7-0 lead in the ; around the school and daughter, Melanie, have
you, '. .. : To..baeligible to ,Join the : Indians a large: Godley 'served for Mrs. -Alton Stephens] last Sunday. d
Wheret Oh,Where c the ;aieedfor, more facilitiesfor I-first, period when Ray Win-I,I grounds. moved.--Amissville, Va. Mrs.B. here.Horace
Midgets abpyvmust; \ be 8. 9. 'D ck Tison who "couldn't: at- B. Fennell of San- We wish to extend to all
Has My..JJL1eOogGone? _research at,the,University.he gate..scored .on a run, and ; Bids will be requested for : .E. Kelley accompanied
I 'tend because of illness. It
1Q(), 11, or32 .yearspf age ford is spending a few days friends, former members and
More than, tJ%elY, lie' gone to school. .The numberof '' seUing\. Rween.candy ,from point. cityrowned property 'and also -week there.Miss'Retia. pastors
fillregalJa] '!.If any tr: Winners the .Melrose duplicate -Sikes. and enjoy the day with s
'stray. dogs ;aroWii.;:p1e of jttie boys'are. Interested( :now until Oct. Sl.->Pleas contactany j Jennings came back with a vacant-Jots ,owned by individuals -'I bridge included the Tiller and Maxie Mrs. Ethel Brockman spent come There will be no evening

school grounds keeps increasing ,they'.may iL contact the.coaches.t. Lion if -you .want v.a tally in the first period and I. ;-who. fail- to-have the.. mowing -'-following: First :place, )Irs.t'Lfrf : King spent .the eekend inf".hvil1P' last Thursday night with herr service us. for this day only. f

and" these uninvited 'visitors .r.L4t.AIrL...... ,,!"__. "r.IIVVL....... real1,bargain in trickortreatcanciis. ''i i the two teams battled 'therest ; done them elvesThe latter .t->.......v.6"ro Dholne....;JJ". onH aL1L" HTve......". ..A 1LV 111'0 ',>.. .w.,.... s_.. f_!.. with_n__ _friends_no____ :ibUU.-__ naiyn TI .I,, in 5_ TkAi rauuita.4i.n "' ..
.ttng.rt} be a problem 1 -. the half, with the Indians will be bUled to the
are.; The'october PTA meeting ; t of property Kitchum; second place, Mrs. and relatives.Mr. Mrs. Floressa Stoutamire of PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH I
especially during "dog Thursday Lions-Plan.: Road Block leading 7-6 at mid-time.i owner. I 'Raymond Starnes and Mrs. W. R. M. Cason
t will'be-held at 8 p.m. and "Mrs. Gainesville, spent the day with ;
days." It would, be. too bad if school] pn>.( ct. 20.the Lions Club i. Jennings rebounded with a It was also decided to request Davie third Mrs. : five
,, Oct. 19. in the 'H. ; place arid Mrs- Ha Moose spent .Mrs. Annie Sikes Thursday. .. I- I
one of the 'children ,was, bitten cafeteria. This promises to bean will hold a RoadBlock: \for I touchdown in the same. quar- .the fire. department to I t Cecil Tlook arid Mrs. Ray Bee- '! days..at the hoine of Mrs. Cecil Johnny."Mikell was'homefor Sunday" School, 10 a. m. j

while,pntlhep) iyground. '' interesting meeting as it "White. Cane Vw.AU: proceeds ,,i ter.-but had a kick blocked : make.-a fire safety check of 1'ker; fourth placer Mrs. D. Harris in Welaka. the weekend from the U. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. C
The Student Council is becoming will go ,to the North i for the second time on. a.. try the : Foster.1 r
School"nigltt all business buildingsdn Mrs. W. is
will be "Back to : -CoUinsrand J. Mrs. Hene 'Roberson of F.
quite concerned over this F1orida.EyeBank. for restor- for int. This left Keystone .., .. I.. Training Union, 6:30: p. m.'Evening .
extra p
\ Parents will follow a"day" r city. : Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hard- home after a brief -stay in Jimmy Rye and Loretta '
matter and they ask you to in&'r.5g} t. ,The, money will 'be ..leading 13-12 going into Worship 7:30: p. m.
children's'school returned from in
:In their I age have just Alachua General Hospital Luke'of Palatka went to the
'd& athome used f keep'your Midweek Prayer
please g the final i J
life, by going to the I Nashville Tenn. where they Gainesville. Jacksonville Zoo Sunday.
during "school hours. This Carious classes and meetingthe. Lions Doings moved in front :Miss Ann Bell and Miss Reba i,attended the reunion of the Roth- I David Rye is in-basic training !7:30'p.: m. -Rev. Al-
1 and Mrs. Glynn
seems to'be a "matter'for the sitting at theirchildren's I LionsWcGlave{ Beidler, Mil-! with another score _and passed -.Thompson :-of> ,.the Children's.BiMjssion. I,Vanderbilt University football :ilr. visited at Fort Jacksdn. S. C. and ton Stephens, pastor.THE t
teachers children
law-enfor lican.. and'.Wildt: attended_the: to,take hammer and
city council and .. for the extra:point 'All children
'of 1922 which invited -
following team was of
desks, : parents Mr. and Mrs.Cl'de is training with the Corps RIGHT POINT for the
agencies Special District Forum-at the 19-13: lead. Ray Wingate 1 through 5 are her
Jng grades
; their schedules, etc. 'from : back 'by Vanderbilt and Wesley in Gainesville Engineers. Michael Tyre of 'write. Come in 2nd -
peorge Washington Hotel in with his
Elects through ,
will be then came welcome- the'Quarterback club of Nash I, Florahome is also in the Army
Membership cards select favorite ESTER-
N w.OfftcTJInrrCceflt. l I Jacksonville! : on Sept., 15. second touchdown of the A limited amount of trans- Friday your
j The team Michi-
ville" played Jackson.Mr. r
stationed at
Council sold) again at the door. Thismay Lion, Benson is the,one re- to make it 19 all. The will. be-provided I l' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ford and BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
\ Student game ortation the dedication .of the 2
to gan in and Mrs. B. J. Alderman .
chance join .
be your sponsible-for!: the fin painting i for. theextra daughter, Virginia, visitedMr. GRAPH.Restaurant
Brokas bV Indians! a pass those-Jiying not more than twomneS.rOIn..the'8Chool. Stadium' huilt J
elecUon.-'Planrje : : first concrete and Lorene Clay of Pa- ,,
I this worthwhile organization. JO *,QI1f the Bulletin -.Board at point that.would have Phone and Mrs John Simmons -
earner president; : Marguerita 'in'the 'South. Vanderbilt tied latka were business visitors to I
Join on the 18th, and supportthe >ost win and Mr. and Mrs.
the::1 office. their second in Orlando
Barbara given..them Keystonet 4436-for further-in- ,
Plo a.t. secretary! ; the Big 10 Champions 0-0. Jacksonville one day last week. *
PTA. Zone Chairman McGlave failed to '"John Bellerjeau in Indian River -
) and of the -season but. tormation.i ... -
Drake tyjxve'president; > 'The Q-B. Club honored the Mrs. Jeanette McGrath has 1
'0"" *'Vln., ."t.. f... ..."C:11"pr. .R.pn. Guess What! his-first-zone. meeting. on F nnnp"t. Wjrn. ...vn. Si. William's. .; ._ ...__ _.. L___.._", City during the weekend. uL L. L
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"".J vu1aIc 1caI&L4 .r T iz: team au a oauquci: &lJ- oeen a patient; in rumam
What has 168 shelves full of Tuesday Sept. 11, at Waldo.]. and Covey School NewsA LAWRENCE'S DINETTEGood ,
Lovorn in I'
resentatives from. the, llth ; Mike Thejmornjngrcoffee held day night, Sept. 28, at the Memorial Hospital in Palatka.Mr. .
grade are Bernice i Bnineand excitement entertainment, information Keystone Lions,attendingin-': Whilden were defensive stars the church recreation hall on Hilldale 'Country Club.. Coach pep rally was held Friday Food Cold Bee '
I Grout <
and Mrs. Jack -
Roberta Sibley. From the 10th and inspiration eluded Beidler, ;Benson. Widlt, | for the Indians', who now have Thursday'morning, Oct. 4, was'' Wallace Wade and Coach afternoon in the school l
and doesn't cost a cent? and Sehaeffer. !i record.--BobJackson, ''auditorium. After several were business visitors to Jack OPEN SUNDAYS
grade Lee Sutton; from the a well 'attended 'Hostesses were j'Lewie Hardage made speeches
9th, Linda Anthony and Nor- -If ,you don't know the an- The Lions;;.will be doing their:(I David: Shatter and' Steffan j.'the iAltate Society .:-offic rs: !- praising the ,team. I.cheers, the cheerleaders introduced sonville Thursday.Rev. 11 A. M. To 9 P. M.\ \

ma Valldejuli; and from the .swer:.. ,10, this Ole..i i}, is because bit at the PTA Halloween.Car- ,.:Brokas,"the later an Sth'grad- Mrs. Lena Clemens Mrs. BeaJ* Vanderbilt University was : i Miss Shellie Holden ana Mrs. Alton Step- Hy. 21-Keystone Height* c

8th June Ridaught, 'and Lance youhave hot visited the Keystone nival. Lion Murrhee [Richard] er'playing tackle also perfor- Cooper Mrs. Shirley Whidden the host at a luncheon Satur- i who presented a baton rou hens and family were Sunday rI

Johnn Muir is Branch Library lately. is 'the General Chairman. med wellfor'Keystone. I.and Mrs,3lary"sehaeffer.The !I -
Andrewsen. .1' : I day. Sept. '29, presided over (
the representative, fjom the Not only have they acquired Clay County H.D. Notes Coach ''Roy -Spradley said group. 'was..happy.-welcome (f,'by Dean Surratt and- faculty': tine.The Mustangs scored their

7th grade. Student tcouncil 12 new book-cases, _but thereis The Clay County Council- of j;, that Marshall Pardee, who was Mrs. Frances Kromer.--wife: ,of |.representatives. The team, third victory Friday night I That's Our Business I

sponsor is Harry Munns.,, a special section to accommodate \ Home Demonstration Work I out of last week's game 'due "retired MBr g. ,<}eneral Philip I IKromer. coaches and their wives were when they played host to Ce- "If It's Glass "'e Have It" 1
available.books on\the held its Fall Tour in 'Jacksonville -I to a knee injury expected .- '-.The. Kromers, are The close end- ,
Keystone -Midgets Wia taken on a tour of the new dar Key. game CALL WRITE or VISIT c
First Conference\GmeOn high 'school'readingJists- Tan 'Wednesday, Oct. :,to,be back in.the lineup .this I residents OfMelrose"Baythaving buildings on the campus. That I ed with a score of 28-26, put-, FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
the you'jstudents! takenotes: when 3. Under the guidance ofc the I.,Fridaynight.. moved there last month the guests of Melrose another step
turday, ;Oet. 6, : night-they were I Ii ting
book due and every hostesses, the Ia.dies .were given .....
reports are
from-Columbus, Ohio, at the Vanderbilt- to the Riverland Con- "
Keystone'Heights.iJidget football : honor at the GLASS CO. :
team won.,,.4 ]eiTfirst. con-'.- "second ''counts.books maybe 'a, first-hand"look'at the .. .. .time xtf i OertrKromer's: ..retire i Georgia-game.-After game ference Championship. Outstanding F
found quickly and easily. magnificent n Atlantic Coast:"'ments and programs for the I
ference game "over Starke'sKoch ment: nr v v they were guests of honor of I Mustangs for the (NOT INC.)
Drugstore: team, The And'- here is good news: Literary Line building;, arahan insight i,future of'the' orders.'Evidence .Starting on ,the first.. Sun- the Bellemeade Country Club night were Jim Ford Don I "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." c
into the of the modern this meeting
score wag 13*O.. hours have'been extended operation : t:of.work done at. (day sin. Novemb tSunday: at a dariee and breakfast. t Williams, Jimmy Downs, JohnH We 'Design i Modern Store Fronts C
again so it will be to your machines that are used will soon be seen in and about will be.t40 a-.m;.,"and and Johnny Mathews. I GLASS .
'masses The Michigan team was l'pe, J JJ
In the second (quarter Ray to on.btWness.!- 'Masonicbuilding, : Just Mail Us A Pattern For
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advantage to cut out the following parry' : \ x; I continue .at that time:through champion of the Big 10 conference I 1 Downs was recently selectedas' :
Williams carried fthe -tellvfor ,scheduland! tape it 'ler luncheon intheACL: taf- Worthy. Patron'tAzzie Wil- April j '4v "-i- .. I : 1321-22-23, and the Player of the Week in the J Table Tops

their first toucido'nji'rry: nFhere'yqVcan,rea'dlly see'ft. 1 .teda.'.the.group -went toitheCurmner. llamapresthted the.'next"starProject at Conference, as a W. 4th IM. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR2-4353
jup Choir Practice is held (Vanderbilt ,team was cham- Riverland I 1313 N. t
DeWitt received fl, \\he ecpridhalf : :Art Gallery..-Here:th : 'whiclT-will be"theprervtously. : Mel-
: in the same result of playing in the
kick-off on StarkeYs3vRrdline $- -JtM'. -hopremakers'could feast their mentioned ::seafood noon-'on' Sundays.-ahpl'csent. pion of.the '

____ and ran_ a spectacular Tuesdays and Thursdays 1 ,eve_ _!.T-oh_ .mil_ ..'..thepaintings .a fpwnnii t _a..t,.i..at44 lt r rifnnoiTh... ..... ._..,'' tp.-win_ _;;. __ nn.65 yards for the next to 6 p.mand to:9,p.m.- a A. U and'enjoy"theteau-a : n .:tbtytNov.; ,, ;t 5-:30:.n p.m.: to.which next -week. Workis in progress .;* ;Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wlng-\\ tangs will be host to me .Den V This pleasure trio will do you gOOD! .
Wednesdays and Fridays 1 Friday night, Oct. 12.
music the
in- 'on'the Christmas enbach are parents I Bulldogs -
I ty thekjgardens.; The.Coun- vthe tfubHcSwiil the t
to 6 p.m. On Thursday morning _Oct. Daughter: Mary Adele born ;
Insurance Savings Plan '-<:il 'was r present ti *?. crabs -vited. Mtekets will "b c.avaU- i
Saturdays:, 9 a.m.'till 3 p.m. of sHeishts'MMdlefeurg soon-.at"I25- and 75c for 18,;the Altar Society will meet September 14 at Alexandria, TRINITY EPISCOPAL J
Keystone -
-1t'8 A able
If You Live Saving I :
Mon- hall at 10 The paternal grandmother -, CHURCH MELROSE
Library is closed on in"therecreation Va. o"1'
If You Die-It's Insurance! Green'Sotd Springs Orhke'ta1k. .children. Tathoserfi( >know :
days. :' "All.members are urged to is Mrs. Pearl Wingenbach of ;
I. Hilltop,.;Do<;tor'sMeadowbtook. the: : YOUR GULF MAN t6 : t and 'the maternal
ASK 'newstime-was Melrose
Rotart. ilnlet, SiTid.Vir- ',and .the' erD1eI ).tthis, event attend. ? Sundays 10 a. m. Church 'G
''F.n1ip..Knuth.. principal of4tI1ystoneHejghts :"gihia! Village. >x % .promises b&--ano1rlfirChigh: ; : j: to"accommodate"inore. of the grandparents are Mr. and i School. 11:45: a. m. Morning !
L.R.BRAULTK'stone William F. Pearce of t\-
School, !. members.: Mrs. ;
: 'Duplicate. Winners'iwinnefs'at I II ilightot"thfaUrse B&n. |I Prayer and Sermon [First
I th :at-theRotary Catechism Classes for all Horse Cave, Ky. .
..ai-,.. e.. speaker ..; -. -the 'Keystone HSomer'of the members had r 6
Ph. 415L Communion
Heights t lis held i.. Miss Doris Ford who it attending Sunday Holy RESORT
c; epI\O1'! Friday(Oct5. Heights? }Duplicate'Bfidge Club been ill during the* nimer vacations chJldren in grades
Jax Hhvay 21 19arians; '.'are>always inIra5te"c.l.I.h I:.IepQr&edby. the 'XeystoneI ':Leamon ,Ward has each Monday at 3SO: !).:n. iri I the University of p.in. Episcopal Young Church- ,,,

1 1I r hearing".the.educational -:>.Heights I : rWoman's: Club 'oniMonday been a patient afrlht :Bradford i the hall. -Teachers thi. year "-Florida, visited her parents mpn.Cthnmunion.. I (

-. I 'progress. 'of our boys, ;'' Octi t1.were: Louis County.'Ho pttal for the are Mrs. Ellen Morgan. M- S. i'Mr. and Mrs- C. A. Ford I FALL IS BEST OF ALL IN THE SMOKIESt Enjoy the peace t
UNWANTEDHAIR .- :""and/girls-- rKyle 'and-'Mrs.; Bee Cooper pasrweekDr"fwo. Biister'Aiken Jean" Fox; 'axid"Mrs.. Mary riday night. F'l'i-I r. and quiet of the mountains-a riot of colors in autumn. II
I W. Heaton,
'I'he Rev. Lee wonderful
cool refreshing, restful nights. .
Keystone Rotary attendancefor first; 'Albertachmanni,:and has been-altenduig the*U d1- Schaeffer, .- J Dr. N. Wyman Storer I I crisp, dayS
i food. Come back feeling fresh as.a breeze. If you likeactivity'
OFF! '"September :was 91,73 {per 'Mis. ..Sara. LaCosie; second;' cal -Center- Clinic at. GfciriesvUIe Personals the University of Kansas vis- a I there's square dancing horseback riding, craft (

'.$enU Tnis,should? put the dub Mrs. 'Nan 'Hopkins and Mrs. fortests. Mrs stelle Mi- 'A family 'get-together :was 'ited his brother and sister-in- I : making wilderness pack trips bear and boar hunts, boat I

FOREVER I y.e.11 Jip .on,,.the -distf-, ThOselth ...EdithLarsen, third; and ,a 1\br.:tEaitetn',Star'member. I held tthe' home' of'Mrs.Mat- ;law-- Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. II I METHODIST CHURCH ing, fishing-lots more! Furnished cottages, lodge. Rates t

erI Se. ..business require.them tie lorif ourth'place?Mrs 'Florence :.13'ill'aE St. Vine nt's1n.rack. i, tie Sargent on "Satd y eve Storer, recently. ; I MELROSE I lower after September 15-less crowded. For reservations
,.to be witjpf" 'fown..on.meeting Brown }Ant:_Mrs.:Lucille -.5onvflle--'Mrs.; : : Mable -Hiers'I ning, 'Oct. '6. Mrs..S.argenfs. : 'Mrs. E. A. VanNetta and I phone 2105. t

11 t )."fts starjejirge4.tomake-it: ; up Davie'tied with :Mrs. 'Palmer mother of''Mrs. N. W: Harden- son, Key. and.Key's'"boy.Sonny ; Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith.I I J

107 'V. 'Unlf mfnA i d\>yltiendirig )t1erc2ubswh1chpcye and Mrs. Webb !two 'visitors b rh. has been quite"ttt'aadisiiow I were up from'.Cocoa'Beach. I Pastor Sendfoi' I
1 fro JTcksonttUe 'IBeach. af her daughter's-home.Oet. I -iiis small daughter, Lisa, from I FOLDER 561 Fontana Village N.C.
Ph. FR op'u.: t jd/ ;interesting 1 l : tor. weekendranothr'; % son; Sunday School 9:45 a. m. FREE COLOR : Depl. : ,
Keystone Hts. Pn l4379} ,:Notice-_,- I There were five tables of play. ,' ,16: will be star-Point Major Wayne? Sargent arid Hollywood, Fla. The youngerMr. i t

nPl { eeting of the I On Monday, Oct. 8, the'lub night at the OB8 '-ineeting. family came 'for'the weekend 'Lebert formerly of Erie, Worship 11 a. m. I

'LI..U79; -! .___ L I met with Mr. and Mrs.:Gordon 'Mrs. ,Gail 'Sargent.--ffrfe of from Mineral Wells .Ifem: :Pa-, is associated with the F. -

I : Adams and they played in'the 'Masteiv Mason iWayne B. Sar- Also attending were*her daughter :W. Woolworth Co., and is in

!: Nursery -School building on gent, has 'ele tect to becomea Ms., Paul Martha' Tyre I Florida to organize new stores {KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MELROSE ;

? 1! the.Adams"1 property- this being member;and"'rill receive the and .family, and ;'Mrs. ''Rachel'. in several 'Florida 'cities. I .
DON : I *.the, second: Monday -the -degreesof the -otd r. Host Max 'ell of Jacksonville, ian- .Don't jTorget -

I f evening for' the Lions' dinner |:and-hostesses1 willtbe Mrv'a'ndJMrs. i other daughter.'Friends of'Key I Don't forget to attend the

"meetingS at the Masoni --lla11. Ht,E.. Hussey, and Mrs. I Sargent will 'be glad'to know Keystone :Heights 'Woman's ,BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

.All other duplicate1 meetings -'Beatrice*. Schroeder#"and her I he is feeling better after 'hiss [ Club open house on Tuesday,

) v are held atJthe-Masonic Hall mother: Mrs..Beatrice.Lavey." ri us ,inness. As matter, 'of Oct. 23 from 2 'tIll'4p.m.'The -- -- I
Knot at '7:30 Church' Notes affair will beheld"I\.theeiiu-!
: p.m. fact, nowenrolledfat Indian '
Cational, building of the Com- PLOiOST NURSERY :James H. McEachem
'Melrose HD 0PTh'orfel1&ch1p ofCommumty River Junior College, ,
_.News t : .. \ .. .,.. 'J. .'__. mllnltv...... f'h"1'l'h.... ...... I
r--Newly1 elected'! officers of ;Churches sttlf hold studying electronics. His wife,'! fln6 1 1r Edna Williams Clemens Nursery I I Rea1tor'O

the"'Melrose.Home-Demons-I:t8tatatConference iat 5>veto I Betty,,is.a,member of the fac I r '

vault, t t.1on::Club.;are:!Pr !ideni.1IlS.ikatiaPen"7 'Bea h'Olf: Oct.; \14; -l&.rand; '16. utty'there. Friends 'of Wayne" I. ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL 'LUiU."iTURStRr : Citrus trees $2J>0 to $1.95 > Furnished bed.
; ; :'Ttced"prestdent.1 As 'many'Ttoenibew >itft6 fcanleavt Sargent ,wflj\ be Interested to CHURCH.. ,, : I dome in fruit, Canned or Bare- .room spacious home, 2 years
t 'Mrs. Alderman u-orkr for:;thesattay$:'are know ..that he "left'-Mondaymornmg Rev. Wm. W. Worstall 'For Till Uccaiiont !i ruot. I old, on large landscaped lot
: <: ; I urged-tocattend1his.tortstand- OctSjIorlSlnonthsteur Vicar. iLe1r &e Phone: GP. 5-2331 $ .Izalean 3 for $1.00 to $1.00 f'1&.1I' ,with dock: $16,000.LlTJ'U .
Secretary:< Wheel-(i
er?.treasurer. Mrs. Margaretta- ing1'event trWaUh *;>4 .'of' duty Sebittl/Kbrea.. Daily offices, 8:30: a.m. to -1-I Hmay luo at Hillcrest !i ; M'7.JoT-

iiiows4( .: Schroederr sst. secretary and for posters eoncern- During Tus abse'nc: ; his fwife 5 p.m. Holy Eucharist. Wed LNSbKA.NCE. : ; 3>2 Miles East of Mrs. T. R. Martin Associate

\ ttlelegate; MrsCarmehta, ink- R nihi ge Sale sponsored and 7daughter nsill reside "in nesdays 10 a.m.'Holy Eucharist Murrhee 'Insurance I I Keystone Heights J.UIES: U, 'SlrKAtllEKN

c' ________ Float; delegate Mrs. Polly I' by Rebecca Circle of the Community Green Cove Springs; on 1st and 3ni Sundays : : I P. O. Box 163 Phone 4106

,. Price. These officers will be !I I Church Women., will 'Mrs..;Nelle '' Grayso'n of each month. Morning Prayer. Agency NURSERY STOCK i iI Keystone Heights Fla.

'- : :. .:installed and ,take office at 'beheld on'() t,18.:19, 20, iut Brooklyn 'Bay recently visited I 2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany :: General InsuranceFire I

t ... lithe January.'1963: meeting. I',l''the 'locale*lslitrUradeterrnin- 1rs. Harvey [Dorothy] :Waiter Service on any 5th Sunday. Casualty Bonds Azalra* 50c &; up i' -
3' to 4' Azalta Special $2.00 ea.U.ndMaping .
Sunday Evening Prayer. 7 p.j,
\ Keystone OES News ed.4Look lorthdse'pos'tersr "at her Ocala home.'Some i Allied Lines

-. 9'S Keystone Heights 0 ES AU Circles of the Community 'Keystoners 'of long i standing: m. |! Keystone Heights. 2731 See Our 1'lanU) Material Before Available You Buy S. E.'McKay, Realtdr

Chapter 279 opened its tali Church Women's organiza- iwplremember' :Dorothy and COJLMUNITX CHURCH i

She 'Kridwa 'fl&W :*10CH she rpaidJand! 'forj .'fall' meeti g t'the Masonic .vtwn ..*."iU- -meet Monday, "'oet. ..1r hUsband -whc)1 lived.'iD-the I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ': When It Comes To 0. C. Carnes Nursery Lake I Front< t.Property.. ,. !Ion*<

WHAT.-M *H: : ,: ( t Temple on Oct,. 2.' at .8 I 22, with the exception ciixle !home they built on Lake !Dr. A. C.:Holt, Minister INSURANCEGO Florahotne '684-4665 ,.and, Acreage.Keystone .
oc1oCk.. 'Unfinished business ,: : >2. which will'taeet-on'Oet 'Brooklyn 'owned; 1 and now 'Mrs..' FIRST CLASS!
Georre A. Canvva, Orilsanist
S and J'VH N. i. ::29 The,regular !fliJ1e2eetiri'ghas :6ee4piedby -"Mrs/ .Martha : PACKAGE STORE .
She knows ,WHOM .she.paid was discussed and and Director. Geo. 'E. LaRue 1 "t'tghta-Ph.. Mil
\ Tiers -,,' re happilysurprised been changed- because. .()f .J9neDen Crutcfafaeld.and "Mr.iCrutchfield. I ,
1e rJ.s'\Vii IR1 h't i ds 'financially to-i; with the nqw/pianOi.: purchat-i: .', the uState. Conjeience. e ,' "', i t i Richard Sunday Cusmnan..School.. 9:30 louth a-.jn.Dir.!. Keystone' 'TItA'ILERSInsu'ranee Heights Shaughnessy'sPACKAGE' i I Ii
j Agt. For
". _*- ,ed.Y. .the Pjano- Attention Pat 'nbr! : ;'h Bixter's 'friends'wul.be: STORE
and Committee
every May j
day "-- 4A'uSE : ,. !; Mornlwz Worship. 11 a. m.J J Company 'WihifreH.
whQ had. worked so diligently 'Opening': 'Date Tor the rJoy 'sdrry fo'Rear thatrilr. Baxter I.Youth People 7 OPEN 8 A M.12 P. M. DAILY, '
[ Pto- I HomeOtnenAutomobile
rn i lhevpdys ill .h 'bills by 'CHECK. durInjthe'pst year on monetary Bible Club will be Monday, d1ed 'hit :'I4.*,whlle-'1hfyr.rete 63p.in.. 'Fire I CLOSED SUNDAYS

Opc'r'tht dR '3 .t indl 1Jnk; N9'V projects. When the Chap- Oct. 15, at the home of Mrs. Isittag ttrteir former neers. 'I Tel 4692. Day -4325, Nite !: Keystone Melrose' Highway, I .qAwF.QRp'Beg.
and Jinow. -tbeawers .4tLL.. (the time! ter opened its 'Iirsti Dodd. times will : the ,
,k\LL' eeting on Fred Meeting !l In' MassachussettarJDorothy :.FUiST BAPTISTKEYSTuNEIucjITs 1 1t' I Real) Estate: Brisker
U5t p. iut today-'and?let> s.h1J''ouhow.: Nov 18. 1959 the piano used'''r be 'each':Mond y'fr n' 3:to till I frett med to!their Otala ;NULL WORK Blue' Tine'RL Package Stores Ba-s I I .

and simple; )it i18>> > :..".. ...... ... was one loaned; by Mrs. Elizaj j".4:40rpjn.'at: the Doddt.h me. i Hoine '_recently.tand 'incleristandably t' J* 'R.Smith i pastor. Ralph I I -i't I IPO South Lake Properties Acreage

beth B. Campbell. to whom a' Good things have been plan- I truite .1 Ii esie And Copeland. Minister of Music Keystone | REALESTATE Ranches Business! City-

THE EYSj9NE'STA1EiBAKIfFMIER hearty vote of thanks has rned for this year; interesting I It I\od bethappyttear'1retnKet and church organist. Millwork Shop ;' !; HomesSentali

been extended. I t_Bibles and iMissidnary Stories I I I' nets Her address4s Services: "Sundiy School C. J. 'Pete 10'Coiinbr: ,"We Take A Personal Intere
_A jpint meeting of a committee songs, games. contests, and a- f Enhb1t 5tton ; : 9:4$ a. m. Morning Worship, In YoRejzcrneat'Midway

\ \ .D.I.C.- 6f'theMelrose Masonic' wards. Won't you encourageand '9.Jxid .yra1ttrnto Oct. 10:50 a. m.* "Tta1ning Union WLNDOW. FRAMES REALTOR. ; I

Lodge. Order of Eastern Star remind jour child to at- ,I 6, Mr. and Mrs:! ''Lewis L bert 7:00 p. ,m. Evening services .- SCREENS i I : Keystone 'Height. -
A Friendly?Bank. .in. Friendly! Community Chapter, and the EtheliltaC1t2b.et.recent1y.toiornul 't'''tend-'and'ta'be- sure to bring I Ii I scere. tiippily surprised with a \ 8:01:: .p. m.. You are invited to Trim' 'Material : REAL ESTATE' I MelroSo" ,

;KeJ6I..Ql1eJhighU. FlA.L ., -I : : hMe i I t, t1slt.JtOrn3: :nL >>t.Iet'S share f8JI- 11'Player- time with fash,'Made'To' Ofder MORTGAGES: APPRAISALS' Ilirtay '2I- 1u 'SundayGK *-.

."3-. ::1 late plans for needed improve'Ihdiam- Joy Club is conducted by1 I nephew's,tlichard Lebert, and. us. .. __ Keystone UeihU TeL ca'j ;),Keystone Height*. Phone 4291 -29K1


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Cervices at the First-Sa List 4 ,,
lurch ,were J well attended i
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pday. Rev. Price brought a
nderful message on tithing,
r rise, present_ 'from 'out'' f -
,wn fs.!eM1ss.dre1.): Saw,,' 1 WESTERN GRAIN FED TORK .
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id chidren.Mrs i
: 'Ella 'Rewls and 'son, I S RIB PortionLB.33e:

rank, of''Macclenny are vis- ol'
tfl gMr..and Mrs: Ralph Tay-
and family.. I .lOIN
Mr and Mrs. Brady Bryan : POFtjOflLB43C'

Jacksonville were guests of i I : M' _
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lid mother., family.Mrs. Nancy Bryan I' SLICED

The loved Jimmie Gowan family I RI B P.ORTON: LB 3ge .

to Jacksonville Tues- .. I.. -

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tomp- .
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(Jests ns had Mrs.as Nora their Darley""and Sunday l E LJOIN PORJ: I.ON LI3 49.. *

ns of Jacksonville.Mrs. ? nm ALF I PORK to '}

Mandy Varnes, Mrs. PRICES GOOD THRU WEEK END r .',
nny Reddish, and Mrs. Mary ,LOIN :ROAST '
ott visited friends at Kings LB
[emorial Hospital Friday. \, "
.IMr i and Mrs. Joseph Nor- -
Starke Fla. SLICED
and :
daughter and '
fari Mrs. U. S. D. A.-1'/2 I b. A\erage-Farmer Gray --
Cason went to Greenve
> Springs Sunday. Mr. LB.3'l
turday.)rman's father passed away C RMSllGAMEllENS19c L1VER; "

Mr. and Mrs. "
Jay Moody of '
tcksonville were guests of MILD LONGHORN DOSECANNED ,
fs. Ada Kelly ,Sunday. She PORKShOulder'2AN'J! : '
turned home with them for -7J1FTI .1 '

.Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Crews ; 49,0LB.
Jacksonville are the proud PIMIENTO CHEESE. ,PKG+ 250, : : .
rents of a son born Sept.;, r" : FRESH WATER LAKE
i. :He has been named Craig : GOLD 0' CORij (CORN OIL) FLA. .3ft6,

,ug'ene. Mrs. Crews will be'!' MARGARINE LB...290 :CAT FISH ,, : '
as Miss Elmarne
reddish, daughter of t, MELLOW AGECHEESE .
Mr. and* 49C'

'frS.Mr,Orin and Reddish.Mrs. Tom Mannd I f SPREAD ?.?:'690 ..L oRGEFLO.UN.b; R u. .
family of Baker County ;: P.S.G. SLICED. ALASKA BREADEDSHRIMP U. ....
(isited Mr. and Mrs. Michael i' 2 BDI' 11

obbs Friday. 8, : e c: BOLOGNA LB.49C' STYLE (f\k )
[isited their son-in-law and, CLAMS I
LB. 590 STEWED ". .
aughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ron- ,
lie 'McClellan in Jasper Sun- P:

''ay.Mrs. Cecil Addison is visit- MIRACLE WHIP SALAD DRESSING orFRE- MAR., .

19 her parents. Mr. and Mrs '
I eodore Rosier, for a few
ays t
, Mrs. Walter Withey of High 1 \E.,'; f QT
prings visited her parents, : A
he Luther Wades, Wednesay -, t LIMIT I OF '
( afternoon. .
: Mrs. Julian Dobbs and 'YOUR CHOICE

Laughter spent, Friday and I- 1V11 WITH FOOD$2.50.
aturday in Gainesville wither
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. +
, Wednesday Oct. 3, was the
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tend birthday and the 32nd
| edding i
anniversary of Mr.d
Mrs. N. B, Jordan. Mr. S PEAS JUICI'4 Jd 02CANS $:IOO':
ordon was honored with -a .

irthday supper at the homer ,. ROSEDALE GARDEN '
rice. Mrs. Jordan e CR.STYLE CORN
was unable t
J attend, due 'to the fact that OO
.4 $
|ie is confined to the hospital I 1. RED DART *"+, PEACHES CANS : .

i Orlando.Mr.. and .Mrs. Orin Reddish I I ci_' 9 GREEN LIMAS I CORBETT. SMALL'WHOLE- WHITE :

bent Sunday as guests of r FRE MAR FANCY CUTGREEN \ REG 19*
heir daughter, Mrs. Dewitt I ,. PO.'T 10 E'S 2iCAN.15Ce
'reus., in Jacksonville.Mrs. -Th _: t BEANS.c.c. ,
Annie Kelly and Mrs.
manda Crosby of Heilbronn! I: STARKIST CHUNK LIGHT MEAT
/prings were visiting Mrs. j I '
TUNA 3 8ge
essie Sapp Sunday. : n CANS
Mrs. Carrie Bell Faulkner i : = 1 1t
If Jacksonville was visitingr ': 303 .
aunt, Mrs. Lydia Johns,
his weekend. CANS :FRUIT DRINK 5 c s $10'0J
The A. M, Jones family andie :
J. C. Gainey family e'n- AMERICAN

!yed a fish fry Saturday ; x Maine SARDINES ,FLATSWIFT'S 100
ight at the Jones home. .
" Mrs. Phyllis Price attended .. 'FYNE SOFT FACIAL QUALITY WHITE, OR COLORS
fie :Woman's Missionary Un- --- FINEST SHORTENING BATH. TISSUE 4ROLLS.39C

pn 'Leadership Clinic at the '. ,
, rst Baptist Church of Oc- ,
la on Friday Oct. 5, and the I .. i 1
Missionary Study Institute.' j I. -< I

Mr. and Mrs. Warren i <:
loodsworth spent the week-' ,L ." .-

>nd in Lake City with Mrs. J 31b.can

r loodsworth's tart' Lou Brannen.'s niece.and M chldr r s.l.[r-. ",, + a

en. They also visited her II t .
rather and family. ,Mr. and ORDER ::
Irs. Elson Brannen. and her I .

Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Dobbs REC E4# '

[,friends ord f Gainesville Sunday and relatives were in visiting Ral-(t PlE VALUE 81nch 3' 1 :PlE'S OTAT4I$ ::2 r1

I Miss Myrna Lou Rahn vis-,( -c '" "
(ted her parents the T. H. LADY FAIR FRENCH STICK '
Kahns\ last ,$eekeivL Miss i r ;2O tn. ', .
Jlahn attends the U. of F. i } BREADLADY O Z I ; Ai Til
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wade I, Weal
'ere, called 'to 'Jacksonville FAIR Y1dlJir do P Sele el
iYiday night due to the 'ser- CAKE 120Z.29c' pKGS ;1Oh
ous illness of their _
Alice Lanoux. daughter'lrs. .'," 'J! ,EXCEDRIN

;lad to report that she is much> I DEWEY FRESH 'R AF asr mar Saw Ptuli
>{tter now. : 'I t : cxr ncs ta17 s2 _
,rMrs.. Myrtle Sapp had as .. yyJ aULIFLdWER. HEAD 2:9c 1 -
weekend guests Mrs. 'Leonard''
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Sapp and daughter.. Audrey..!! ;
hd Miss Jerri;.BeJl) ,ill! 'tf', \>> t .". M" \ _

licksonville.Mrs. : FREE F FREE ElCfWflS'" E fREE MERCHANTS -l 1 ; FRn MERCHANTS .S' _' ,"
'? Lessie Barnett went to;' 100 Guen MERCHANTS Stamps 1 50 GrNII StIIIIp 50 GrH.Stllllp; as Grt B Stamps ".reellltp. >.
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fie+ Naval Air Station fcosptal -' o b With the Purchase of I With the Purchase of With *.;;dae-ci' '
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Monday., With the Purchase of v
fMI'. and Mrs.Robert 1'aulker Regular or Dry 8 g: ,6 Cans ..]g II' ft 2Uk* Caw PJumrWe'Brand .r g 'g fQt.. .. Container Frtsh.(Cvdlnal BtamI "I' lied: .l'l2Udy-fiir
of Jacksonville were Sit- [ 1 CANNEDHAM : I ORANGE JUICE CAKE DONUT
day visitors'of Mr.Bulkier -i I VO-5 SHAMPOO : Ii 'CALO DOG FOOD i : I i -,,
.' At Our tow Prices At Our Regular low Pries .. 'Af Our fiegulir low Prior
and lusts 'S. P.:Yarbrough.E At Our Regular! low FLees, At Our Regular: Low Prices Regular w 'd .
/ ryone Is .invited :to"at-" ; C t EXIIU tll"D.1o.n ..G t-01: ...- 'EXPrRES10r7.62 13' T,: EXPIRES 1O-17-62 'G EXPIRES,1O-l7- '15:' "> ,> \
end Johnstown,BapUst church a\1: \1' "mSTC WXLV..WK
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junday. Oct! 1 l; for'aHui-jh r 1 \\ W.1i.v..w"f.kJ.xroro\; .. w.rJ.r.W. ; 1 1IJt y .. 'J.. \WM\W..W/ .
cnic. come- dbI1N\a: --
. basket expected\.r:: :::: eUt'Pled \ 1 r
Tyson is ,to :a
essage of great'Interest/ I
*The Allen Prices" id'as,i I t' jV
BaturdayAdinner .JtysfcJMindlSrs. *-
Clarence'McConnackjf '

Panama City and Mr. and,
Mrs. Fred Snellgrove and children ..;1.,
of Jacksonville. i

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.T..t.TTTTT.TTTT.TT' food for them and the TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 I tmnmmstt.Tttn with white:linen'cloths and a 'VTVTVTTfTVVTVfTTVTMTVTVVVTTTVfVTVYTTTVVVTTV i Please be on time and fail not.I Greater Allen Chapel AM

same goes' for: chickens, beautiful arrangement of sweet E. Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson *}
-M. A. M.
If this doesntwbrtng the Bayless Hiway BROOKER peas was in'thV'centar.A NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED 1 I Royal. left for Annual Confer!

CLAY HILLy birds, then get a few pecan toast to'the..bride was given CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Church News ence in Quincy Wednesday

trees, and you will have all by Jimmy Cox best-man New Bethel Baptist Church: morning, .along with Mrs. N

Mrs. J. L. StricklandLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA kinds of birds including Blue By Mrs. O. ::0-Eo CrosbylAAAAAAAAAAlAAAAAAAAAA. By Shirley GreentAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA -to the groom-elect. A delightful (By Elizabeth Given*) .1 I Sunday School, 9:30: a. m. L. PuUum the church dele

Jays Sham Shacks crows, I *AMiss u dinner was served ..uu.uuu. .... & &-&-&-&-&-&-&-&-&-&-&-&-&-& &----I& & & Morning Worship, 11 ajn. Bj j gate. There will be Sunda

any kind you want, and plen- Out I YU, 5:30: pm. Holy Communion School at 9:45: a.m. and nc
: of town'guests 'were Si
Sue McDavid and Bob- School News! forms for the members of the!
Halloween Carnival ty you don't want. We can also 7 p.m. All members ofi i iI
Church News J I other service will be held Sun
by Parrish of Gainesville wereiSunday t Blanton and of
Ray Holloway The Band Parents Club met band in the near future and !I
boast some quail and doves Choir No. 2 are asked to be'present '
The Clay Hill PTA announces The II
plans for a Halloween Car. as well as song birds and oth- monthly meeting of the guests of his parents .High Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Monday night in a called I your helpful ideas will be ap for practice at 7:30: : day.Mt.
WMU Brotherhood RA's, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Parrish, preciated. Mrs. Alma Jen- ( Church Church
for the of :
nival o. Friday, Oct. 26, at the ers. Doesn't take any specialcare GA's and Sunbeams held Mack Pressley and Becky Mrs. meeting purpose organizing j p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11. An ape,
Clay Hill school house. Fes- for these methods of at- at the church Monday were night. inJThomasville A-2c and Mrs.Ga.Creig Wood I i yinnie Huff, Jimmy Cox and for the year's work. I kins, president. preciation program will be ; School, 9:30: with Mrs. Essie\
The regular charge. Holy
monthly meeting
tivities will start at 6:30 p. traction. The ladies were honored by and of I Dian Dukes, 'all of Lake But- Heroine Notice rendered at 3 pjn. The RJE
son Jeff Albany. Ga. munion at 11 with Rev.
will be held aon.
m. with all kinds of entertain- Well, the men were out this i Monday night : All members are requestedto Chorus will sing under the : ]
having Mrs. Leila Mundy as were weekend guests of Mr. ler, A-3c Tommy Cox of Bi- !
Oct. 15, at RJE High School.! : L. H. McLendon in charge.
ment, as well as good thingsto way last week, cleaning the guest speaker for the evening.Hot and Mrs. Stanley Green and I meet at the Masonic Hall direction of Mrs. Willie Mae I f
loxie, Miss. and Mrs.F. All asked to ,
Mr. attend
and parents
are The WSCS will meet Saturday
rubbish from is invited -
if away our Randolph. The public
eat and drink. So you power dogs and drinks were served Mr. and Mrs:* Loyd Wood. i at 4 pm. Wednesday. Oct. 17 i, ,
are looking for a good time, or lines, and I'mquite sure none to 50 members who were They also attended the ,' M. Vickery -and 'children, of this meeting. Plans are I for business of vital import j -Mrs. M. J. White, repor- 'j at Mt. Moriah with Mrs. Es-> '

something good to eat, come on of the four will have any desire present. Cox wedding. Green'I'I I Gainesville. being made to purchase uni ance. Orders from the deputy: j ter. I tella Roberts host president
whatever to visit the'Jungles -
and Join the fun. I
The pastor will not be with Sunday guests of the
of Africa alter"working
Rev. Chism's niece, who was us Sunday and E. M. Padgettwill Sullivans were: Mr. and Mrs. ."!<;- ,
the lines from Richard.Lang'S -
to undergo surgery several on fill the pulpit. Ronald Register and son,

weeks ago, is not recoveringas to Fay England'splace. Sunday night will be a spe- Byron and Mr. and Mrs. ;" ,

well as hoped for. She un- They worked on cial installation of officers Jack Register of Jacksonville, .. .
this less than a half mile
derwent two operations in two service at the church. Every John Register of San Diego,
for almost a day and a'half.
officer and every church mem- tiwanger and family of Gain-
days.Richard Mosley's father, There was one tree that was ber is urged to attend. All vis- esville, Mr. and Mrs. John Shell research
The limbs -tJow team
really a dilly. were a
who is in a rest home in Jack I interfering with the line and itors arq welcome for this and Crews and family and Mrs. got
sonville, is getting along some I all other services at the Mary Willis of Bell Mr. and :
of the managed to
one men .
, better than he did for awhile. church. Mrs. Leon Grifiis of Starke ,, "
I. climb it and worked all after- "
We correspond with a dear Personals Donald Register of St. Petersburg '
noon cutting the "bullice vines -
friend that Jim knew when i Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby and Miss Ruth Mann of I
and limbs, and lighting
she was a young girl, Maude I spent part of last week visit- Brooker. Dinner was servedto 168.47 miles
mosquitoes. They finally gotit gallon
Strong, Bert Strong's widow. all cleared out and went off ing relatives and friends at I the guests and a sing was. per
They lived in the Kingsley Linden and Clermont.Mr. held in the evening.
to hunt another jungle.
Lake section many years ago and Mrs. L. A. Crosby I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinhol-
and she is now residing in Joan Lang and children of and daughter were visiting ster of Jacksonville and Rev.

Dade City. She has been con- I Tampa visited' in Clay Hill Mrs. Lloyd Padgett who is a I and Mrs. Rex Brookins of -.-..... ,' '..,.. ...... .
and Jacksonville during the I ;., ." "<".?"..:: :::-::>:':: .. .: .,.-ii:.l:"
fined to a wheel chair for a patient in Alachua General Graceville were visiting Mrs. ::'Tf.,.:,',.:'. .'::::'>" :./
weekend. Clarence :, : ''''' tt:';": "
long time, and fell again several Lang returned Hospital Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Rosa Pinholster Sunday af t 1

months ago, Injuring her to Tampa. with them H. M. McRae returnedto ternoon.Mr. J; : ; :

hip and back again. We hope,!, Sunday to go 49 work in the her home here Sunday after and Mrs. Harry Edwards { ; :

she can walk again before citrus plants again. I spending several days with and daughter, of Jacksonvillewere _

We were pleased 'tn'J have relatives in Jacksonville.T. Sunday guests of Mrs. ...

long.Elgin Lang, owner and oper- Zettie Padgett back in church N. Norman attended a Lottie Edwards.Mr. :

ator of our Clay Hill grocery services Sunday. We have mis- safety meeting inJacksonville, and Mrs. Wilson Green
and gossip center] had been sed her while she was out last Wednesday night. I and daughters of Jacksonvillewere
.. .. taking care of the ones who
time --- -- --- ----- ---- of Mr.
on the sick list for some Mr. and. MrS J. R. Kelly I weekend guests
and unable to keep shop. Her were unable to take care of were supper guests of Mr. and I and Mrs. Dave Green .They
niece. Lillian Futch has been themselves.The Mrs. J. Dyal Saturday night. also attended the Green-Cox k.

carrying on the store during Quarterly Meeting of and Jones wedding.Mrs .

her absence. the Black Creek Associationwill 01.Mr.Lady Lake Mrs.spent Eugene d", me weekend I ____. _Pitt_n Baxter___n__ visited.___-_ Mrs.- ...,.. .......... ................ ...
Nellie Wilkinson is slowly be held next weekthefirst Starke Fri-
Hester Thomas in
with his grandparents, ,
recovering from her recent ill- day at Middleburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman day night. : :'i :: "
ness, but still not able to do'much the second day at Jones Road Gene Edwards and Lenox
.' and his uncle and aunt, :Mr.
she says. Among our visitors at High- Kelley left last Monday for
and Mrs. Gordon Jones.
One night last week Frow land Church last Sunday were I Lackland AFB, Texas, where
and Mrs. Forrest Crosbyof
Jo Ann of and Mr. I their basic
Strickland of Kingsley Lake Lang Tampa they will receive
came to see Uncle Jim his Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Griffis of Tampa spent the weekend I training in the U.s. Air Force.
with his Rev. and
only living uncle on his fath- Fort Lauderdale. We also hada parents John Register of the u.s. a

er's side of the family, and new lady in our midst, who Mrs. C. A. Crosby.Mr. Navy, will return to San Diego, .,yM. S

brought us some nice'resh I will remain with us -the infant and Mrs J. H. Spenceof Calif. Tuesday night, wherehe

fish, just caught out of the : daughter of Donnie and Jacksonville' spent the week will leave for his next duty

lake. Frow told us he is taking I Ruby Mosley. She isn't a visitor end with her parents, Mr. andMrs. station in Sasebo, Japan.

a trip to Washington State, but is a member; of the O. E. Crosby. The Cros- Birthday Dinner
bys and their guests attendedthe A Shell research team drove this car to a Mileage Marathon record. They used the same Shell fuel that could be bought at Shell stations.
California, and other points Nursery Department now, even Mrs. Creig Wood of Albany,

out West. Surely do envy him. if very young. -If annual. Johns family reunion Ga. was entertained with a ... ,
We read Sam McGarvey'swritings Our enrollment was.decreased at the.home of Mr. and birthday dinner at the homeof

last week, telling how to 94, duq to many',not at- Mrs S. N. Johns Sunday Mr. and Mrs..Stanley Green
afternoon. Those attending 168 miles gallon must be a world record. 2. Avoid jackrabbit starts. Fast getaways
to get the birds to come and tending for so long. Sixty of Sunday per

live with you, or close to you. I these were present, and 48 TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTEVERGREEN were Troy Thomas, waste gasoline and power.

Well, we have a better method. 'were 100 per cent members. Mrs. Mary McGilvray, and Mr. ", Here's how the record was made-and how a 1
Just get some cats and dogs The Primary Class won the and Mrs. Donald Thomas and : 3. Drive at moderate speeds.:. Your car .

and feed them on the yard. I banner. The IntermediateGirls Terre, all of Gainesville, Miss I about
uses 25j more gasoline
Thomas of Jacksonville.Mr. quiet marriage of careful driving and today'- percent ?
Be sure to put out too much seemed to slow down Joan

some and we Adult Ladies are By Mrs.. Minnie. L. Redding and Mrs. Lester Hardee' 65 mph than at 45 mph. ..

-- .--==-. going to try to keep that while ban- Phone 7823232iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, Sr.and also Mrs.of Barney Jacksonville Ace and, Con-Mr.. Super Shell can help you get better mileage. 4. Keep an even speed. Ragged drivinguses
ner from them- for a ,
at least. way Rouse of Tampa Mr. and extra fuel-without taking full advantage

WILLIAMSJEWELRY Mrs. B. S. Guest of Jackson-
of the could
Let's all remember the power it generate.
Homecoming Services .at.Long We are glad,to.report.that ville, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Wood, years ago, a group of Shell scien- from an old one-cylinder engine.
James Rosier is home from I and Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Big- SOME 5. Pace yourself in traffic. Don't be the
Branch Church this Sunday.All
and family. had a friendly argument.The gist Since "on-and-off" driving is illegal on
the hospital. Among his visitors ham Jr.
and enjoy the services fastest the slowest.You'll be
come or just trappedinto
REPAIRS last week were Mr. and James Temple of Brooker JQ(it; who could get the most miles from a public roads-and since most Marathon
t followed by dinner on
Mrs. Burton Rosier of Palatka is serving as a graduate'as- wasteful spurts and slowdowns.
WATCIIKS-DIAMONDS decided findout. modifications for normal
the grounds and song servicein State Col- gallon of gasoline.They to are dangerous
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert sistant at Wayne
All Work GuaranteedA. the afternoon. Also remem- Rosier and sons of Jackson- lege this year while on leave And Shell's Mileage Marathon was born. use-you may wonder if Shell's Mileage 6. Keep tires up to their proper pressure.
ber that this is the old church
C. Williams where homecoming was first ville. from the principalship School.of All contestants had to use the same gas- Marathon had any point. Soft tires can soak up power.
Junior High
Mrs. Jean Gaskins of Heil- Brooker
142 W. Call St. established in Florida.We will bronn spent,the weekend with A graduate of Wayne State Jjblirie anybody could buy at a Shell station. Indeed it did. In the months of prepa- 7. Ask your Shell dealer about these

Starke, Fla. Jook for our old friends, acquaintances relatives here. in 1954, Temple'now is study- had few rules.And rations learned bit
and for newcomers in Beyond that, the Marathon every contestant a checks: Spark timing should be set cor-
master's degree
rssr Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Nor- ing a
-- ... also. man and son spent Sunday in elementary education, in ad- ingenuity ran wild. more about the care and feeding of auto- rectly. Fuel filters and air cleaner should

I Branford as Rev. Norman was dition to his duties as an assistant mobiles. Knowledge of this sort gets be cleaned regularly. Brakes should be
in physical education.He How the record was set
speaker at the First
guest of r> i passed along to you in the form of better properly adjusted. And
Appliance -- Radio -- Television Magnolia Baptist Church for was a 1948 graduate your cooling system
morning and evening services. Tallahassee Leon High School, 'Here are some of the things that Dave Shell products for your car. thermostat must work right.

They reported a wonderfultime. where he made a notable record teeny and Fred Schuette, the winning
/ ? in football. His wife originally ,-W EXAMPLE: As a result of Shell's research Motorists who follow these rules, and

SERVICE AT ITS BESTTrained Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Rosier lived in Norfolk, Neb., seam; did to"set their record. studies, including many mile- use Super Shell, can expect good mileage.

and family of Macclenny I 30 miles from Wayne. J'" None -ar are"jecommended for informal Chances
tests, one of the 9 ingredientsin are, you can improve the mileageyou
spent Sunday with Mr. and Coffee For Miss GreenA -ttiafathons But theydo offer a few clueson age
Experts In Each Dept. Mrs. Quincy Rosier. I' delightful coffee was given today's Super Shell is a mileage- are now getting. Now that you know

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Redding I for Miss Linda Green, .J how_ to get, more miles per gallon. booster called Platformatc. This in- how, why not give it a try?
and daughters of Green bride-elect of Tommy Cox, }
FOR QUICK removed their
Gay's Cove Springs visited the Arthur I Thursday afternoon at the Berry"* MV and*' Schuette en- gredient alone can release tip to 8 per- ..

DEPENDABLE'SERVICE and Louin Reddings Sun- home of Mrs. M. P. Wigginsof r>gine tooling. fan to save power and mufH cent more energy per gallon than the

Home day.Mrs. New River. : d their. radiator to retain heat. aviation
I f finest 100-octane gasoline.
CALL Inez Brice Mrs. J. E. I The living room was decorated i '

I Norman and Mrs. Sybil Grif- I with a beautiful arrangement .9..,.*TJiey used tires worn smooth and.pumped Result: extra mileage.To .
964-7511 fis attended an Instruction of red roses on the ;'Ii.'
50 to cut
AppliancesAUTHORIZED !I Conference at Ocala last Fri coffee table, and arrangements up to pounds pressure help boost mileage even more, follow

I day.We I of golden rod at various tolling 1 A friction to a minimum. these driving tips from Berry and Schuette.
had attendance
DEALERS FOR I: again this -Bunday at church.I' places. 1 'On the road, they accelerated to 20piiles
The dining room had a huge
Walter Mathis of ,Jacksonville hour the andjolled How you can save gasoline
0 Maytag Frigidaire Zenith Rev. bouquet of yellow daisies on : per cut ignition

i I who is now our pastor I' a table in front of double i until speed dropped to 5 miles per 1. Don't race when
engine standingstill. /
two wonderful your \\l///
j brought
GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP i i windows. The. dining table .
-- --- I messages. [ was overlaid with a beautiful flour{. Then they repeated the cycle. Unnecessary engine speed is pure

I I cut-work imported linen cloth. NOTE: they used a standard carburetor waste and takes you nowhere.
I At one end was a silver cof-

fee service and a'lovely three- I"

STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO tiered compote centered" the .

L table. It held decorated mints, I' I

candies and canapes. Fancy

cookies were on silver trays

with assorted drinks on a ser-

Earl's GarageALL B. Wright Starke'sCities with Mrs.the H.Misses C. Douglas Betty poured Moody, '. WHERE TO GET SUPER SHELL, THE GASOLINE THAT

KINDS OF SINCLAIR 'SDTICISTA110N Service StationJ. and Sandra Holt assisting ,in
i C. Gardener, Prop. I
!' All Work Guaranteed Complete AaU Scrvkc Every Mechaak&l ServieeGaneral I' Many lovely gifts were re-
rhone 9C9-28C4 ceived. The hostesses presented I

So. Wilnut. Stark Tire BatteriM AectaaorteaLubrication Repairs._.Automatic the honoree with a.&et,of ,I'' Tom's Shell Service StationJOHN.A..TORODE
Transmissions u Rivers Shell
Washing Revere cookware. I 'f

AUTO SERVICE 542 U&disca ttt-lM! Cities Service Product Hostesses were Mrs. M F.'I i .Cor.. Madison' & Church Starke Graham Distributor

TIRES BATTERIES Wiggins Mrs. H. C. Douglas i iI .
I *:
Gilbert S. Brown 705 N. Temple Starke Mrs. Seeber Moody, Mrs. L. L. fe. Smith's Shell Service Stallings Truck Stop

Standard Oil Service SUUu I Dodd's Service &: PHONE 961.8911 Dial, Mrs. N. G.McDavid.Hayes, Sr., '.4 -_= U.'S. 301- Lawtey U. S. 301 Waldo
ATLAS and Mrs. Fred : rA

TIRES 6 BATTERTftS Auto Sales AUTO TIRES'I Rehearsal Dinner for :, ... .

Budget Terms- Road service Green-Cox Wedding Party ...\ Buck's Grocery Prescott's Service Station g {

Phone IM'l0'11m Rambler Sales & Service Starke Recap Co. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edwards -Jy. S. 301 (North) Starke. Middleburg

N. Tcnote. etarb GENERAL REPAXRXNOInternational Pappy Rtabiaa, Ows se BbfcReeapptof of Brooker'and Mr. and .

to OH ft Tracto Mrs. F. M. Vickery of Gain- I **-
Bill Edwards
.Ltfetim ONE DAT SESVICB esville entertained the Green- Bill Reddish Store Baker's Shell Station X1 fl1171

Starke "66" ServiceWheel ,, ItumeraHEESTON1 NEW, TXRBS: ,AT SAVINGS Cox wedding party ;:;with a !l'' .. .. .Heilbronn. Springs Lake Geneva -

"**BA5TERIES ""' ,buffet dinner Thursday nightat .' .-.'... -} .pr. .
a ,
BA1amtTtr : Ahlnmen1 "
rhODe 984.8181.k Tires Batteries Aeces&aiie Phone SS4-K21 ceding the community the rehearsal center prei I i Harley's; Garage Prevatt's Shell Station

k C17 N. ,Temple, Storks 628 S. ,Walnut,. S&4-1&41' 501 Soda Stub The tables were covered j Highway-16 (East) Starke E. Brownlee St. Starke

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