Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 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
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ly Matthews who spoke briefly -I was called back to Tallahassee ecutive vice president of the 3. Stake Race. ,

New Fair Center Is CrowdedBy after"the fish fry. Conner this week by the special Community State,. Bank of 4. Short Horse Race. '." :f
said his department was legislative session on reap- Starke.As fj
An entrance
fee of 50 cents _
pleased to have participated portionment. Mayor Randal crowds filed through the _ __ _
will be charged for each event.
Hundreds On Opening Day in ,the new fair building by Chitty extended a welcome to three large exhibits buildings, j
making available matching all visitors in the city.A fair officials were congratu- Ribbons will be given for '

funds for their construction.The highlight of the program lated on the new facilities and first, second and third place, : i

f ; Visitors thronged to Bradford County's new $50- fair opening was a colorful -' was the presentation of the the large number,. \- of exhibits, and also be a horse race prize will I .- I

000 Fair center Wednesday as Commissioner.of,Agriculture occasion with music Florida Bankers Association which were described as the -presented.- .- ,- ,

Doyle Conner, 'cuj t ribbon at 1:30 p.m, 'admitting provided by the BHS Band Award to Harold Norman, I best ever. Television Exhibit I 1.'Jt -- !,
earlycomers 'to the grounds. and coverage by Jacksonville Bradford County farmer. Nor- Sheriff>;> Posse Events I WFGA-TV Channel 12 is ------ ,

Prior television stations as well as man was nominated for the The Bradford County Sher I showing fair-goers the world's II-
to the ribbon-cutting the Rotary ;
ceremony weekly and daily newspapers honor by the Bradford County iff's Posse will perform at the largest television mobile unit p ,
Club fed fried fish'and hushpuppies to around 800 -. _
in the area. Soil Conservation District for fairgrounds starting?\ at 2 p.m. in action. Cameras are stat- "

J I guests at its annual Rural-Urban day, honoring Bradford .-' 'Fair Association Robert Mc- his outstanding work in row Saturday.. Four events will be ioned at the mobile trailer location ,"} ,,\'tIf"f'

r County farmers and their fa ilhies.I Intire served as master of crops, cover crops, and general presented as' follows I : allowing people to see "

,J I High praise for the f sounded by Commissioner! ceremonies in the absence of land use. The award was pre'I 1. Hair-pin race. themselves on television sets I "

.!?'s new fair facilities "un-I I Conner and Congressman Bil-I' Rep.. A. J. Thomas Jr., whoI sented by Norman Willis. ex- 2. Clover Leaf Barrell Race.I' placed around the area. '-"- -',- ----1_____._'"-_ _'- _'_-_ _. _. ., ,
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COUNTY trailer constructed especially for designed and Doyle Conner cuts ribbon record to open scene Brad as ford Florida's County's Commissioner$50,000 fair of buildings Agriculture to ;
WFGA. is 56 the public
feet long. The trailer houses trance Wednesday afternoon. Congressman Billy Matthews, at left lien.
BRADFORD TELEGRAPH electronic TV equipment for and Fair Association President Bob Mclntire see the job well done.

I the purpose of televising special BB itiI ..

events from the point of

origination away from the
Jacksonville studios.
Official County Publication Established, In 1879 Free Show Doily I ': i. '

An :., k.,' jI
VOLUME exciting act is being ,
[ I presented at the fair- ,
grounds at dusk, when LouisA. ., :-

Heavier 301 Traffic Hit By Truck, CarAutos Intramurals Bell, famed parachutists of '

Predicted Miami, jumps from a moving I

plane, 7,000 feet above the 1

F,j On Completion Of Feeder Roads Take Life Initiated AtBradford Bell earth.drops Carrying for several lighted thous-flares I ', ''1., k S _' ,

and feet before opening his &1 P fl L P'1 1.!

r1 parachute, at a speed of about
A prediction that traffic on effects! of this growth should h
ughFor 160 miles hour. ;
an After pul-
J UJS. 301 would become even be felt even in this area. u _
I heavier 'With the completion The road board memberwas Of Boy Age 10 ling the, ripcord he manipulates FJ r i '
r of several new "feeders" now the first time in eight the chute so as to land
accompanied to the meeting
years since 1954 an intramural safely "on target" at the fair-
In the process of construction I her& by Jim Brewer district f
was made byRoad Board Ten-year-old Robert Michael first denied knowledge of the sports program has been grounds. !
engineer with the Lake '
ember Ralph Powers at a City office. Phifer, a sixth grade, accident. When his car was initiated at Bradford High
meeting of the Starke-Brad- student at Starke Elementary elevated on a rack at a local School by the physical educa-- Hampton Youth '

I ford County C1i Iilber'of Commerce School was killed last Friday service station. however evidence tion department; Arrested On

directors Monday. Two ,Negroes night when he turned his that ,the car had run "It has been amazingly successful I

I Among the projects that bicycle' into the path of a over the boy was clearly visible ," according to Girl's B & E ChargeA

'should throw additional trif- Arrested In truck on State Road 100 about underneath. The car's gas PE Instructor Mrs,. Adelle

fic this way, Powers said:atet' six'miles south of Starke. tank was dented and blood Mitchell who this week began 13-year-old Hampton _

the completion of the turn- Prevatt B&E While still lying in the and strips of torn clothingwere the experiment by Involvingmore youth was apprehended early I 4t'44'T ( : ( _

pike to, Wildwood, and the highway and beforethe truck on the underneath side than 200 girls from all this week by Bradford County -. _

t' Macclenny-Maxville c u t-of Two Palatka Negroes. Ho- driver could' reach him to of the vehicle. Greeson then six of her classes in a double Sheriff's authorities after '

I8.R. 2281. providing access to sea. Harden 19., and'Warren render aid. the boy. was run admitted that he had run elimination "volleyball tournament. -., he admitted breaking into the ,

.n1 .f..n.. .Ul..ft.... .t...Ct.. .T."QuLI) T*AA. Yi.. .*.>.*.> :Vn.rA Waan. v rbya: : 'second car a 1961 over the: boy's body as it lay Just the, first- of- the:. home of Don Hill six times ..--...-.. =- ,- :.r ."
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Powers with and wagon on the highway. been played stealing a total of $80. '- -
I gave an optimistic charged breaking I
'I report on the proposed? four- entering Prevatt's 'Grocery caught:him'underneath drag- Musgrove said there is no and three are still to be held. According to Deputy Sher- Opening day crowds al t the 12th annual Bradford County Fair were thet? I

gla line into Marion Count; and Service Station on 'East ging' his body a distance of way of knowing whether the "You should 'see-the 'enthu- iff Willard Williams the largest ever Many came t o Rotary fish fry and remained to view exhibits.r" .

about 60 feet. killed when first siasm of those kids Mrs. youth always staged the break- c
|t laning of 301 from the Geor- Brownlee Street last Wednes boy was ,

,during the_ present; administration. days2O..NqypiIj|: ac- Theyouth'te, who lercn'tti'birthr would havecelebrated struck by the 'truck, or if Mitchell continued. She said ins on Sunday? mornings whilethe' 'Sales TaxFigures
He said that right- f. cording to the Bradford Coun- l "death''came' as'a resuIt f"be- 'thePE'department' hopes' to Hill family was at'church

1.'for the bad stretch of ty Sheriff's ipartzn rit. .anniversary on Sunday ing dragged by the station carry on 'the' experiment in and while the youth himselfwas

) 30l4 ha'Duval County betweei.Maxville two Negroes apparently' turned left into wagon.. Both accidents were boys basketball and girl's supposed to be at church. Show
The were arrested : I
and :Baldwin is ir. *in Palatka last,week by the path of a 2% termed unavoidable and no soccer and other team, sports. The boy would dress as if to

\the.process of' being secured Putnam County authorities in north was-along riding the highway.his bicycle The charges were made except the Intramurals is.the*only l method go to church and then go to Business Hike :

tin regard to a proposed ; charge of "leaving scene of of involving in athleticsany the Hill home instead Williams -
connection with the robbery truck also traveling north.It .
was accident" against Greeson. He students said. If sales tax
walk-way over 301 hi except a mere figures are ani
overpass of a liquor store there. Almost
that the boy
is believed I
front of Bradford County :all the items missing from cutting'across the roadto was placed under $1,000 bond.r handful that play, on 'a var. The youth began his series accurate barometer Bradford !

High School, Powers said lu Prevatt's store here were was reach'ChUd's, Store when Musgrove- said the truck sity team of' some sort. of illicit entries duringthe County businessmen are "do-j

would want to confer witb ound at the home of Lee's the accident occurred. driver appeared to have done A sampling of coeducational latter part .of June the ing much better" this fall than''

the Bradford County School ather in Palatka where' the : everything he could do to team sports is also, being deputy said. His largest haulat they did in 1961. ,

Board 'in regard to continued ;wo men had cached their loot State Trooper L. N. Fowler .. avoid hitting the boy. There attempted for the first time any one time was $30. The According to figures just released .

future use -of the USO build- including the whiskey ,they who was the first officer at was no indication that Gree this year Mrs. Mitchell said. juvenile has a previous recordof by the State Comptroller's -
the scene. said that the truck of the station Boys and girls r are"'playing office, sales tax collectedin
Ing as a part of the schoo'! stole last Monday, November son. the driver being in trouble in Gainesville -
driver. Henry 'Grady Johnson his brakes and for the Bradford County last Sep-
plant before reaching any decision I 8. the day before they hit wagon applied together Williams stated.
in this matter.,He estimated Prevails. of Cairo. Ga.: applied his he told officers at one pointin first and rythinics' and per tember totaled $19,795.60a :

the would brakes and pulled the truckto the investigation that he haps softball will also be coeducationAl 50 per cent increase over thfe .
overpass authorities the left the boy swerved Merchants Set
I cost at least $40,000. Putnam County thought the object in the l. Mrs. Mitchell 12579.75 collected during the j
ave' charged the paid with in front of him. The front of middle of the road was "a Big Christmas same month in 1961. :
Powers said that construe
the theft of three automobiles the truck hit the bicycle however said.The September also representeda
He only
1 piece of paper. was
wilt'g t under way'in the Southern AccredlationAssociation's
tion and several B & E's in Palatka -: knocking the rider to the seconds behind the truck, and Promotion Sale substantial increase over
I evaluation team
future bridge
on a new
near and believe them to be pavement close to the center
but did August when collections of
said he saw swerve
the St. Johns River named an active intramural
over part of a gang which has been not know it had struck the Starke merchants' next big $15,655.52 were reported.
\outh of the Jacksonville NaTal line.The program and co-educational \
operating in that area for truck driver said he' sales promotion will be held Bradford gained while two
Air' Station. He said this. activities as the phys. ed department's -.
some time., Harden and. Lee, was, momentarily blinded by boy.The the weekend of Dec. 7-8 with neighboring counties showed I
would open up a vast newarea are now in the Putnam Coun- the lights of a southbound car Phifer boy Kenneth was the son R. m 0 s t pressing the annual Santa Claus pa. decreases. Union dropped from Harold Norman (second from left) Is presented
and Mrs.
of Mr.
and the needs.
to development
ty jail on charges in that' and did not see the boy crossing Phifer who moved here last rade held at 6:30: p.m. on Friday -, $4,447 to $3015.74 for the two Bankers' Conservation Award by Norman Willis at

(" county- and are also under.: the road in front of him Sept. 39 from Utica :Mich. Mr. CorrespondentsAsked Dec. 7. Stores will remain comparative months, while Rural-Urban opening celebration. Witnessing present\ I

Registered Bulls $5,000 bonds each'from Brad- until the moment of collision. Phifer is market manager of open until 8:30: on the day of Clay declined from $16,032.63to ation are Commissioner Doyle Conner (left) and

Purchased ByL. ford County for their entry The northbound station wa- the Food Fair Store on NW To Turn In the parade. Special values for $13,602.79. Baker County County Agent G. T. Huggins.

of Prevatts. gon; only seconds behind the 13th Street in Gainesville. Copy By Monday Christmas shoppers will be ad- showed an increase from $4-

G. Green Sheriffs authorities in Pa- truck straddled the boy. Fowler vertised in the Tri-County 634.82 to $5,356.0.Collections I I,

latka first got onto Hardenand .said but the youth was Due to the Thanksgiving I Shopper on Dec. 6 for distribution of the seven- ,

L. J. Green of Starke recently 'Lee through a,Negro juvenile cffoght underneath the vehicle -. Methodist Men I holiday, The Telegraph will be I in Bradford and sur- cent gasoline tax in Bradford Circuit Court Action Begins .'

purchased three regts- who. along with the and_ u dragged. a distance! .J.I. ........n. .....ruilx r .nublished__.___n__ on-- Wednesday-- __n___ _next____ rounding counties. County also showed a gain of
'j tered Angus bulls from Hen two men stole four rod and of about 60 feet. 4LAllen week and copy must be in our I I Stores will remain open all from $39,671.66 in Sept. 1961

ry and Jeanette Chitty ofl reel sets from 'an East Palat-' Fowler said that the station .1"I I hands earlier than usual in I day on the last two Wednes- to $46,240.81 in Sept. 1962. As Fall Term Convenes Monday I

|l UlcanoPY. ka fruit stand last Friday wagon driver Kelly Greeson the order to be printed.All I FIRE CALL
caughtby of Route 4. Lake,City, stoppeda days before Christmas Dec. 12
night.The juvenile was University of Florida spokeat correspondents, PUblic-! was
k employees at the fruit ,short distance beyond where the Methodist Men's Club ity chairmen ministers and and 19, and will be open until called The Fire out Department early Thursday Action in the fall term of prisoner with a deadly wea-

stand however. and upon the boy's body finally came supper Monday night. other contributors are askedto 8:30: on 'Friday Dec. 7 and 14. to the T. P. Smith circuit court got under way pon to which he pleaded not
HIGH SCHOOL slier.in's .. free of the car and was still morning here Monday when 11 defend
questioning by' Putnam guilty and not guilty,
On by -
and reason
He described the rapidly expanding get their material to us by Thursday Friday, residence at 706 Thomas St.
implicated at the scene flagging traffic ants appeared before Judge of
insanity. is
authorities He also
PTA : industry of flowers Monday if possible. Advertising Saturday Dec. 20, 21, 22 stores Heat from the pipe of an :
Harden and Lee in',the',theft ,with a flashlight when Fowler George L. Patten. charged with attempted escape -
and ornamentals in Florida, copy should be in our will also remain until overheated wood heater causeda
of the.rods and'reels., :arrived. open Three of the defendants on a third count. The
1 stating that; it amounted to hands not later than Tuesday wall to catch fire. but damage -
"BaCktaSchool"Night of.the' Fowler said he questioned 8:30.: state prison inmates pleaded deadly weapon in' Wilson's

i, two In Negroes their interrogation officers--, obtained- r.rqtn'_.._....-, whn..__ denied---- any----"'I 'over $57,000,000 annually. morning.to was negligible.Tornadoes nnt--_ euiltv__ smrl__ __rp_ _uohprlnlPrl www_ "._!a wrae 00_! as ale/x, a a _* ......_......0M00.........

from them a 'picture of 'still ,knowledge, of the accident, I to be tried before a jury. I spoon attached to the end of

another Negro juvenile this other than saying he stopped Set For Blue DevilsI\Sentences were handed out in :a broom handle..

one from Starke. Under questioning when he saw the boy's bodyin the other eight cases but com In other cases Monday:

Tuesday, Nov. 20 the young Starke Ne- the highway to see if he mittment was withheld for Ralph Blackburn pleaded I

could render aid- various reasons in four of guilty to a charge of non- :
8:00 P. M.\ gro admitted being with Harden As the investigation developed "They'll play us a heck of Starke tomorrow: night a is another man to watch the to their coaches have n&d two them. support and was sentenced to i
and Lee when they rob Wil- a game" Tornado Grid Men- good passing attack on the report states. Looney was moved weeks of good practices to iI I
Fowler and Deputy
Trials for two prison Inmates two years in State Prison at
bed the Palatka liquor store, lard Williams who also assist tor David Hurse said in referring dependable arm of quarter- from end to fullback and prepare for the Blue Devils :
High School Cafeteria he sat in the car to the heated gridiron back Bill Knowles. A Willie Rainge Negro, Raiford. Commlttment was !
although ed learned that at least two junior has been very effective there. They will counter the Blue !
and did not participate in the had the station rivalry which has developed Knowles was moved to the He is also tough and likes to Devils with Ken Terrell and and Norwood Lee Wilson are withheld, ,however providedhe I
witnesses I
seen scheduled for 9:30 ajn. next $10 week toward
pays per
robbery. wagon straddle the boy, but by between Green Cove and quarterback spot from half- hit hard the scouting report Billy Dowling at ends Jack when
November wife.
I Tuesday. 20. the support of his
When Putnam authorities the time this information was Starke in recent years. back earlier when the regular McComb and Jimmy Smith
says.Other the court will convene again.The William E. Owens pleaded
fouixi the stolen liquor they obtained, the driver and car' Hurse made the predictioneven signal caller was injured. He Blue Devils to watchare tackles; Mac Hall and Gary trial of a third inmate,i to of
Bradford County a charge non-sup-
also found the items stolen had disappeared. though he is aware that played the quarterback position Mike Maguire. a 160 Kouba guards and Harold
Garland E. Sushan, Negro
a port and was sentenced to two
from Prevatt's store here Deputy-Williams remembered the Blue Devils have won on- as a sophomore however pound linebacker; Ronnie Bishop at center. Halfbacks
charged with Committment with-
FAIR which: included soap powder the missing car's license ly one game in nine starts this 'I and so is not a stranger to Williams. 140 pound junior will be Roman Thomas who attempted escape years. was
is expected to be set that held provided he pays $50
----S 9- .....flflflfl.fltt 25 pounds of sugar nine car- nnmher.___ with..__ the__ Mceention___ __n_ of season while playing one tie. the spot. halfback; and Charles Mc- will reolace. the injured- Tom two weeks toward the
ISUVY m r"utilt I tons of cigarettes two boxesof one digit no and CpL Carlos They played Santa Fe to a Knowles Is tabbed-' in the Guckin 140 pound senior halfback Gardner and Leonard Dug- day.Rainge has two charges against every support of his family.
cigars several pairs of Musgrove who had been in 6-6 tie game and have beaten Tornado scouting report as a ger with Larry Noegel at fullback -
socks and a turkey. All of the an adjoining county at the only Perry. "good all-round boy" who also The Blue Devils also have and Bill Jackson calling escape i' Clifford Lee Harrell pleaded
and assault by a state prisoner guilty to charge of transportation
items were recovered by Brad- time of ,the accident but arrived "They looked real good runs well from the fullback two strong tackles in 224 .1..a loUt:: a' .
of whiskey

This Space Contributed ford Deputy Willard Williams during the investigation, beating Perry too" Hurse ad- position. pound Bobby Driggers, num- Those big Blue Devil tack- with a deadly weapon. The but sentence was deferred
t however. including the frozen sent out an alert and Gree- ded in what was plainly a Wayne Henderson. 165 ber 77. and 208 pound Butch les should not greatly bother weapon, with which Rainge is
Weekly to turkey at the home of Lee's son was picked up by the FlorIda warning not to under est pound junior halfback, is tab- Novak number 57. Novak can the Tornadoes if Smith who charged with attacking a prison until completion: a pre-

Community Events by father. Warren-David:Lee ST., Highway Patrol about mate"the Blue Devils who will] bed as the team's best back. play both guard and tackle as got Lineman of the Week cono'rs guard, was a sharpenedspoon sentence Investigation on char:

in Palatka. A warrant is also 9:39 pjn. on Highway 441 be- no doubt be playing wide open According to the scouting report I ges in Alachua 'County.
can another 200 pounder Olen last week McComb Hall attached to a broom
The Community expected to be signed againstthe tween Lake City and High football since they have everything Henderson "has real Owen Carter was sentencedto

I senior Lee for receiving Springs.He to gain and nothingto good speed, and, can go any- Hedge number 84. and Bishop come anywhere handle. two years on two cases of
State Bank stolen property by Putnam was brought back to lose. time." End-fullback *"John Tornado line-Up near their ,homecoming per- Wilson is to be tried on two

County authorities. Starke for questioning and at __ The Blue Devils will bring Looney, a 180 _pound ,senior, The Tornadoes according form aJ1ces. counts assault-by a .etate -ICon e4OA'hp ftx]

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s ilr Mr. and Mrs: Henry God-! ''PTA Schedules Jaycees Discuss Revival In ProgressAt UF-FSU Glee Leslie R
-.... win have returned from two I Phillips Recent Birth {f

...."" .. 'weeks vacation visiting friends BacktoSchoolNight Progress On lt t Church Of GodA Clubs Set Qualifies For *
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Norman,
'''Jrr. and relatives hi Washington, : Civic
Roundtabje/ .Joint
.-.. D. C. and Atlanta, Ga., revival: ,is now in progress ConcertA Lawtey CouncilOnly Starke announce the birth of

'.. Clyde Byron Terwillegar A discussion .of* progress on at the Church of God' with a daughter Lad Ann born
I free "Football candidate has so
Concert one ,
,;. GLADYS MOOTT PHONE tttftttlVU 8th student at The Parents; (atnpndm? tfv Bradford Bradford
m grade
i -= .: Hteh" pTA'g the 'proposed formation of a Evangelist E. Horst of Minot, marking the first time that far entered the Lawtey politi- Nov. 10 at County
Bolles SChool. in .Jacksonville, School ; annual
0.- Civil Roundtable hi Starke
N. D. in charge. Rev. L. S. Hospital.
"* "Back-To-School" the University of Florida and cal arena for the forthcoming -
PY recently,elected presidentof night ,Jaicee
: k\ John Arthur' was highlighted the meeting
Reddish'i ?
Mayor and .Mrs. Randal Florida 4.
: State election Dec.
University on
Williams, invites the
vnd, Medford,. the Student Council of the next Tuesday, November 20, ; I pastor,
Shealy ;'of, Fort Chitty and ,family visited Mr. .here Monday night. Pres- Men's Glee Clubs have com- Leslie Phillips has qualifiedfor
known at 8 p.m. will !get a.chance to public to attend these services -
'Gordon,.Oa 7th and 8th grades as ident Fred Snell sail that
; and PvtsRobertKe1y lit :
and Mrs. bined
M F. Chitty Lake their voices will be the one-year unexpiredterm I Watch
trek to the to
clashes '
lower school. He is also sam had each night at 7:30.
the several local
and Glen Reddish of land.-.Ga.;. over the weekend. organizations : presented in the UF auditor- of Earl Teston who re- '
-?. -Fort Jackson; 9..C.'were home Mr.- and. Mrs. W F,.Glenn serving as attorney for the which their. children trudgeeach already been contacted, for ium Friday night, Nov. 16 at signed due to moving from *,
.. celebrated their;Golden Wedding -! 7:30: o'clock.Scheduled. the city. :,
0e% Little Larry White celebrated Mrs. E. S. Matthews will will! be the. oarenfs once and} that all! seemed enthu- I ,
anniversary on Saturday ,, Fires ReportedLast for the night be- Regular council terms that
his fourth birthday return this weekend to Orlando Q r>ar onnortunitv to follow siastic over the proposal. I I i
-- on with a family dinner.
-- fore the gridiron clash between are expiring are those of in- ;
Monday with: a'small party Mr; and Mrs. W G..Walker ,after spending several their child's schedule to sit E. L. Matthews, publisherof I WeekTwo I and 19 thru
the two state universities cumbents Milo Smith :
.. months here with her son chcps.! meet the teachers, and
for ft few friends. The Telegraph discussed : November 23
and.: family of Tampa have
the for
Reddish. Also
combined groups will Bryant up :
Mrs. Merritt Williams win and daughter-in-law Mr. and gain a better imderstandin| of that : forest fires
rented the Hardy house on some pending projects were repor- town'
highlight their witha election will be Lawtey's
spend, the weekend with, her W.. Madison street vacated,by Mrs.-, E, L. Matthews. the school's objectives. Teaching might come before the coun- ted during the past week with program i at 6:38 AM
mother Mrs. F. Rogers and Mr and Mrs. DeWayne Elder *, aids that are being used cil for discussion and action.It 13 acres burned in Bradford medley of school songs. I marshal a position now held ''
; Url in thp classroom will be shown The public is invited; to attend by M. M. Jordan. with
A ( Walter Rogers in Jack- who have moved to State Michael ,Phifer was announced. that the County. Since January there ,
:..x sonville. Farm., and their usefulness explain Jaycees will 'have a dance in have been 167 fires as com- this unique concert, and I Deadline for qualifying can-i!i I Rev. John R. Brabham In.4

Mrs:. Bowles: ;Pender of Mr.:and Mrs. Claude Crow- Services Held ed. ......_ T i-:" n__..f4w. 4L.. ,,___ nSlrPrl...____ writh..___ _117_, during___n!: the iL u.biE w.w .. ...7...;..:.... ..L........ didatps_______ _is_ _at._ _noon___n _RaturdftV.___ __ __ _. ....._ -\L: .'LLL r
Ulc J-uuiib ucii aiLci nit uiE U'' iiu auuiiaaiuiiCARD \UiU5 "-ir.LUr vi me nisi 'In- "
, nr 'I'Greenwood: was the guest of, son have had as visitors, Don The meeting will be held in Cove Springs game Friday I same period last year. Acres Nov. 17. odl>t Church in Starke I
I Mrs.-Marton'Moyer last Thursday Crowson and Miss Helen Monday A. M. the high school cafeteria with night. \ burned since Jan. 1 this year OF THANKSThe i II

-" ) 'end Friday.Mr. Longshore of Winter. Havenon ninth trade mothers in chargeof I II total 1384.5, almost three CARD OF THANKSTo i r
.and Mrs Walter Jacobs I Friday evening and Mr. refreshments. Parents will -." I kindness and sympathyof onPOWERFUL
srulwof ;Downers Grove;. HL were and Mrs W., E. Crowson of Funeral services were held meet first in the cafeteria Recent Births I Ir I I times as much as the 518.6 neighbors and friends in all of those who express-i ,

_* the; overnight guests Tuesdayof ,1 Whiter Haven on Saturday, _at_ .11. sang _Monday. in._the L;_' .where TvrnrpHiirp... will.. hf explained ,<> :.-! .T'. I burned during the same pe- our recent sorrow will always ed their sympathy in so many i, ru A 1\11\111 1 f) ,
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:Mrs: E. D. Olmsted. Mr. and:Mrs. Paul Hawkins 'Madison :street to them before they I Mr. ana'Mrs. james ui I riod in 1961.Rainfall remain with us as a precious beautiful and practical ways) V11A1\L\LL .L&f )

,,.)...u Mra/Mae'Jones of JacksonVille of Jacksonville were visiting Church for Robert : .tSapusl.l 'begin their rounds. Refreshments -' Crawford announce the birthof II recorded duringthe memory. Our sincere thanks during our recent bereavement WFGA TV ..
I _. i and Mrs. Vera S. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson,, on Phifer 10, who died Friday i a daughter Joella Lynn l I past week totaled .60 inch and gratitude for all thosecomfortLg we wish to extend our i
I ,Warner. Bobbins Ga., were Saturday.Mr. injuries received while riding will be served in the I Oct. 31, at the Bradford and thoughtfulacts. sincere and heartfelt thanks. I;| JACKSONVILLEGins ;
Wednesday guests of Mrs. W. .. and Mrs. Paul Kramerof his bicycle on State Road 100 cafeteria immediately follow-i County Hospital. I, at Santa Fe, .50 at Highland, .- The family of Mrs. I -The family of Mrs. G. W i t
E. Middleton. south of Starke. and .30 at New River. Belle Reddish. Alderman.
I Fort Lauderdale spent the \Uig the "school day.
t: )1 1 The boy was born in Mount J
John S. Speer Dahlonega,1i weekend with Dr and Mrs. A. I -
pa 11, ""-" -=""""" -- "' -- -e-- ""' 1 ]JRTII7- ,
Clemens, Mich. on Nov. J
'is spending several days J. Barry. -

...... with Mr.'tnd-Mrs: H. L. Speer: Lester Crews and daughter, ressa 1951 community and moved with to the his The-par- I o 't ii

Mr. and Mrs. Prow Strick- Carolyn spent the weekend In
He attended :
ents in September.
land and sons and Mr. and Venice visiting relatives while Starke Elementary School : I
Mrs. W. E. Hayes of Miami Mrs. Crews and cousin, Sam ;
/ and was a member of. the .
attended the Florida Alumnibarbecue Mitchell of Jacksonville visit-
Baptist Church. ; :
/ at the Coliseum and ed Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Mit- Surviving are his parents .
attended the Georgia-Florida chell in Lakeland.Mr. -
: ,
\ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Phifer;
Football game on Saturday. 'and Mrs. Rufus Tatumof
a sister Patricia Lynn; Gifts
: Mr. and Mrs.' Pat White of Jacksonville were visiting
a brother William Brett ,
Cklpley and Mrs. Rhonat Mrs. Lucile Davis last Friday.
fer of Frasier Mich.
: Ssngaree of Apalachicola were i Mrs. J. R. Kite visited Mr. Rev. W. M. Dunagan, pas : L .
last Tuesday to Friday guests i and Mrs. Ralph Collins In tor of the Madison Street I
,' of Mr. and Mrs. Ben'Rowland Pelham Ga. over the week- Baptist Church officiated at i I

? Mrs., Ann Bissell Mrs. :May end.Mr. the funeral services. Burial I gifts AT OF FLORIDA ING '\

I : ,. Jon s.and. Mrs. Katherine and Mrs. John P. Wal- was in Crosby Lake Cemetery ,
?' Leaman were visiting in ker of St. Petersburg will be I under the direction of DeWitt i id.

Nashville. Tenn. the past guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B, : Jones Funeral Home.;; I I Formerly Robbins
week TV L I
II Sewell next Monday through Active pallbearers were
Mrs. Eoline Smith visited Thanksgiving.Mrs. I
Gary Bennett, Mike Frick, Hal i maR Starke, Florida II
.. her mother Mrs. R. C. Weaver Mary Beth Peacock Lawson Jimmy Lawson, Rich- ,
-- ,in Jacksonville on Tuesday. and children and Mrs. Ruby ard Scott, and Mike Willis. -
:Bradford County admittancje Whitehouse and two sons of: I .i iI
,to Bradford County Hos- i I
i Jacksonville were Sunday afternoon -
Mrs. Bedenbaugh
ces to Bradford ,County Hospital visitors of Mrs. Ber- I

the past week are; Ma- tha Pearce. Services HeldTuesdayln '

mie Johns Mary Lu Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Charles God- I i 1
HamptonFuneral 11L1,1
Jeanette Crews Gladys Chit- frey and daughter, Elaine, of: I I Gift Certificate
: ty;Lily:Morgan, Victor Lamb Washington Ga. spent the services for Mrs.j 1
Infez.Faulk, Winslow Johnson
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Sedenbaugh 59, who
and Edward Hall. All are Tyler Jones. I'' F R :

medical. Mr., and Mrs. William E. died were Monday held at 3 in pan.Hampton Tuesday, I WITH ( ) PURCHASE

)Mra.: 'W. Brannen' of Missoula Hayes and daughter. Helena,, in the Hampton Baptist I a $5 or more

Mont., who has been of Miami spent last week with :
with Rev. W. P. Mc-
visiting her brother and sis Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes at Elroy officiating. Burial was ,' J '

ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. Kingsley Lake. in Santa Fe Cemetery under w Redeemable Dec. 7 thru Dec. 15th
H. Nollman- has gone to St. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones the direction of Wilson & I
Petersburg+ to visit Mr.. and relatives
were visiting in Cal- Brannon
Funeral Home, Lake! .
Mrs. W. B.' Boyd. lahan on Sunday afternoon. Butler. I! .- i ,"IJ .'
Mrs. Thelma Mendoza and Mrs. C. B. Terwillegar Sr. I ,
Mrs. .
Bedenbaugh born
4 Miss :Gloria Johns of Jack of,St. and daughter was ... ...... .. ., -
: .Petersburg 1n Union County and lived 1 sonvilte. ndiMrs'CarrieRitc; J b Mrs. Charles Parsons,
most of her life in Starke and '
and MisS Ahnie Darby spent were overnight guests Mondayof 'I
Hampton. She
was a member
the' weekend: with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwil- of the Hampton Baptist II 0thifl D 3 y

Mrs, E. E. Jordan. ''in Oviedo. legar 'Jr. Church. I i
Mr. and-Mrs.. Coolidge Gas Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennettand I
Surviving are her husband, II
sett* Mrs.
:. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus' Deakfel 1 spent the weekend withMrs... Leland ton; two Bedenbaugh sisters Hamp-I Close Out!

were Sunday dinner guests of Eraser Shav.Mrs. :.
.. Gregory Hampton; Mrs. Lucy I
Mrand,Mrs.'Alan DeakIe In -
Gladys Canova of Scarborough, Febbing Texas; i
.,. Orange(ParkiMn ,-I Gainesville and Mrs. George two brothers Perry Newsom !
{ 'and Mrs. W. J. Johns Flynn Sr. were in ,St.. Augus- Starke and Witt Newsom LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRT EXQUISITE
ton aM'tamely of Miami will time on blsiness Monday., Wildwood: and one stepson, ; ;

be Thanksgiving guests ,of 'Jewett Fogg attended the Olen Bedenbaugh, Deland. i .. >' -
MI"Jj j Alice 1 Anderson Florida State board of directors I II C ,
Mr.:'and'MrL-J. Dorr Sfulthof.E1 Credit Union meeting hi John Batts 53 I "-/0\' .. ; .

Dorado Kans. are visiting Orlando l Friday! ,and Sat B s
.....t .( her -mother' Mrs W' J.,; urday. Passes I < Plaids and Solids BRAS
.. BUlr Tuesday
,. ) o"wejfkSv. Mt\lt:: Those from Bradford.County .

Jr.MrJUnd..ncl.faMUyrAtlant&lwUl:Urt&1" HoUiaHOpe: Governor's who attended Conference the statewide on Civil In Keystone I EN S BOYS'Reg. ,

:: be Thanksgiving wee kend I Defense Preparedness in Reg. $3.50 to $5.00 j

4..v guests oKMivand Mrs. L. D. Tallahassee last Thursday included John Leighton Batts, 53,, x I

Vinlng. : Sheriff P. D. Reddish, died Tuesday night at his i' .:Reg.. $2.99 $1.99 32 44 Black White :'1
.ar i .. .. Mrs. C. L. Scholl. county director home In Keystone Heights as : .;t.:'.
the ,
result of
as. of Civil Defense: Carl a sudden heartattack.
Prevatt, chairman Board of I ,
; Mr. Batts was employed as i
County Commissioners; Starke +e
1)5, Police Chief William Rosser, sanitarian in Clay County and I I

Mayor M. <;>. Harrell of Brook- had lived in Keystone Heights I I

-V' Jordan er, Lawtey, and Marshal Lawtey Council M. )M. about there from four Plant months City.moving He attended i $ $S: ,9 I

man Milo Smith; Hampton Community Church : '
Marshal W. M. Phillips and Keystone Heights..and was 9
a retired lieutenant in the U. '
Hampton Councilman Dickey
.e. rvI.. 1 May. S. Navy. He was a native of e ,.,. ;

Sta.ntnnlhnra. ... .1\1... n
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Surviving are his wife, Jan- ,' r/f/
WAYNE'S CASH SUPERETTE ice Howe Batts. of Keystone; MEN'S.

one daughter, Mrs. Judy Parker Sweater CI .I \ "i

or 617: >VEIADISON" ST. Houston Texas; two sons, LADIES' & CHILDREN'S ranee'S : : -' : ..
Warren I IC
Batts of
Open, 7 Days A Week-r A. M.:To 9:00 P. M.WE' Mass., and Boston
Jeffery Lee Batts ;
GIVE FAMILY STAMPS of Keystone; his mother, Mrs.J. A S '

W. Batts Wilson, N. C.! 01 88,
BIG Values In' Quality Meats !! and one brother James Batts i Lrii Sil :

And .Groceries Norfolk Va.Funeral I' RAIN 8 Q, :
I services will be held : a
Reg. $7.99 ;
at 11
FLORIDA GRADE "A" WHOLE ajn. Friday in Jones A'ii
Memorial Chapel with Dr. '('Al : ; t
1 bert C. Holt officiating. Bur-, y yQ

FRYERS QJ.2Sc Ital will follow in the Keystone COATS '

i Heights Cemetery under. S

t. ." .;. .' the direction of DeWitt :C. 7 'eBOYS' i ii

fBEeR GROUND .: I Jones Funeral Home. 7

: ftAMBVRGERIb.2S c Union Service I IJ

.; Set Next Thurs. Reg.
: ud' e' -.
l. r. :
I : )In Baptist Church : $4.99'y
1 I The Union : : YVV
II Thanksgiving ; \
tHCCK. STfeAK "' Service will be Geld'Thursday, ; .... ;
or '. ','I Nov. 81, in the Madison Street

J R0ASt-lb.,-, .h. ';. 49c ,; Baptist Church- from 9 to 945 I FLORIDA ; VI ; ; 'i':
: "
aJn. Rev. Bob Badgett- pastor i O.R' T H'S' -, ?
of the First Christian Church, I ;
PICKFORDS j will bring the Thanksgiving, Where Your Dollars Are WORTH

message, and other members "' Moro,,. .
Ibs. .
o L 1 E O *"
33c i:, of the Starke )linfsteiial 'Al- ga f. j r,

inane will assist in the s<;r-
w w t($ f. : .7 '- I Tfce.The :

.|f$ ,3 .cans. .-.. 25 r I choir.the'The i_ ,Madison public anthem J Is will Street Invited' be sung Baptist to" atj by j I|;!i,!j, ,w' LAYAWAY .. GIFTS,:.MOW ,FOR' CHRISTMASNEW: t MERCHANDISE AARRg1{ Gd AIl \ : .

I'T ililt ,tend this annual service i F

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Miss Sandra SolanoIs ? '- .. -t.- "" '-:" .I I"I .Women' Of Church Monday Services Price officiated. Raiford; and three sisters,
"- WHAT WHEN Mr. Markham died Thurs- J: Mrs. Beulah Curry Arcadia;
InspirationFor j Mee /Tuesday 1
t1 Are day Nov. 8, at his home aftera Mrs. Lillie Hodge Lecanto;
3 Parties J \With Mrs. Held For and Mrs. Josie Moore Crystal
Lovely 'j :. t 1 1t Casey AND WHERE brief illness. He was a na- ] \
p '- :tk" I Mrs. tive of Levy County and had !i River.

Miss Sandra Solano, pros- Circle*2 of the Presbyterian'I! Alderman resided in Bradford County Burial was in Conner Cem- I

pective bride of November 24, | Women of the Church met for 50 years. At the time of I etery with Masonic rites by
: GLADYS MOOTY PII 11119640$51r was complimented with two | Tuesday with Mrs. T.'L. Ca: I Nov 15 !I Mrs. Dora Croft Alderman his retirement in 1958 he had !j Raiford: Lodge No. 82. Ar-

l '- ..... parties in the past week. r sey Jr. BPW meeting at home of I 89, died Saturday afternoon,!I I served over 28 years as a cor- [ rangements were in charge of

M r Ann Parker 1 Little. Women The W. J. Dodd Jr. homes I : V During the business session Mrs. Ida Mae Shaw 8 pan. I in a Starke hospital following Brinkley Funeral Home, Mac-
: BPW board meeting at 7:30: j l I rectional officer at the State j
> on Westmoreland Street was '| conducted by Mrs. T. A. a brief illness. She was the .I clenny.
Maurice Wingate Hear Talk On the setting for a lovely bridal q.V rV'h Yawn, chairman it was vot- p.m. Nov. 19 I I widow of the late George W. I Prison. -

Exchange Vows 'Good Politics shower for Miss Solano on ed to set 'a goal of $200' for Eastern Alderman, for many years Surviving are his widow. Zipper>> Notebooks $2.49 at
Star Masonic Tem
I :(' Monday evening. Hostesses the building fun Circle duties ple. 8 pjn. I Clerk of the Circuit Court of I Mrs. Eva Scott Markham, ; Bradford County Telegraph.FACTS .

1\ .*; Ann Parker and Maurice Walter Sistrunk, a memberof were Mrs. W. J. Dodd Jr., :Mrs. c' ,, were assigned for the rest Alpha Delta Kappa sorority Bradford County.

;:.,Wingate were united inlZratriage the high school faculty, Bill Dodd, Mrs. Marion Meyer, of .November: and it was decided 8 pm. I'!.I Mrs. Alderman was born

t. in a simple but impressive spoke on "Good Polities Make Mrs. Bill Edwards Mrs. Char- fry :: that ''the December Nov. 20 j I I Dec. 5, 1872 in Bradford': rri HEALTH

wedding ceremony onFriday Good Neighbors" at the meet- lie Oakes Mrs. Adolph Gay, meeting.would. be held on the BHS PTA in Cafeteria, 8 p. I I II County. Her parents were the I t- EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW!

evening. Nov. 9, at 6:30o'clock : ing of the Little Women's Mrs. Sid Shuford, Mrs. David : 11th. m. "Back to School" program. late Samuel C. and Jane Mi-

:? at the home of the Club Monday night. Mrs. Kate Browning Mrs. Dick Plans were made for a bake Garden C 1 u b executive kell Croft. She had lived in Countless thousands suffer pain & misery-yes

b|f1 de's sister Mrs. P. L., Bridle Sheppard conducted!. the devotional Thomas and Mrs. Jack Smith. sale to be held Dec. 1 in front j'. board meeting home of Mrs. Starke for 40 years and wasa even die before their time because they did not

;?;305 Monroe Street. Rev. An attractive yellow and of Canova's, with a workshop!I Smith DeVoe 7:30: p.m. member of the Madison \ know their insurance policies would pay fort

Lw': Hebert performed thedouble During the business session, and white color motif was on Nov: 27 to make gift boxes. Street Baptist Church.
Chiropractic care.
ring in the carried out in the lovely f Miss CloversettleIs Methodist Bazaar Surviving are three daugh-
ceremony conducted by the' president, Mrs.|YaWn led a discussionon Your Chiropractor has an enviable record in
chrysanthemum arrangements thet ters, Mrs. L. A. Canova, Starke ,
pese.nce of the immediate
Sally Ann Epperson plans EngagedTo ; Scripture lesson concerning Set For Nov. 29thThe health after all other methodsDr.
placed at vantage points in Mrs. E. R. Marshburn
family. 1 und a' 'few friends. were made for various activi- ; the temptation of Keystone

The vows. were exchanged ties, including a' dance and the party rooms. Wm. E. Dampier Christ.',. V I Heights, and Mrs. James Otto -i Boflinfer have failed.M. .
.i&l'th'e: living room in front of hayride on Nov. 30. The Little Guests were greeted at the Refreshments were servedby First Methodist Church ,! Bay Pines, Fla.; two sons E. King M. D. states "The Chiropractor b doing a work

airy! arrangement of two candelabra Women are also looking .forward door by Mrs. Bill Dodd and I the.hostess. WSCS w sponsor a Fall Ba- '' T. J. Alderman, Hampton that Medicine cannot do. He belongs in af class with Specialists. -
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert F.
with pink tapers center to a,tea with the Senior presented to the receiving line j zaar on Nov. 29 at the church. 'I and G. Carl Alderman, Baltimore ."
of Starke
d:With a pedestal basket Woman's Club at 3:30: ;o'clock composed of Mrs. Wallace So-j nounce the engagement and an- Mrs. !:Haynes Hostess I Open from 10 ajn. to 4 p. I Md.; 14 grandchildren Take the short cut to health and see your Chiropractor first
holding pink gladioli lano, mother of the bride-to-t m.. the bazaar will feature !I and 30 great grandchildren.
pom- ;Dec. :
Wednesday afternoon.. .I approaching marriage of their The Bellinger jChlropractlc Clinic is located at 426 N. WalnutSt.
Pgm*, and mums. On the in the club house i I be the honoree and Mrs. To UDC ,Members I varied booths offering baked|;I Funeral services were held Starke Fla
I daughter Dolores, to WilliamE. :
antel Bill Reddish mother of the : .t I I goods, plants, aprons, hand-
; was a fan-shaped arrangement The Little,Women. are. anxious I at 3 p.m. Monday in the Mad
I Dampier son of Mr. and The \yi T. Weeks i I work, toys, white elephant II
of the same flow- to the bridegroomelect.The chapter I ison Street Baptist Church DR. H. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE
serve community
? Mrs. R. C. Dampier also of U. D. p.=met at the home of i: items, and others.A I
ers.1" : i I with Rev. W. M. Dunagan, j ji
'. and ask that they be notified tea table was covered Starke. I Ii 426 N. Walnut St. Ph. 964-2881 Starke, Fla.Garcia's .
;$Bss Pam Parker served when they can be of service with a linen cutwork cloth The wedding will.take place Mrs. p>.. L- Haynes, Sr. on turkey dinner will be served -:i i Rev. Leo Hebert, and Rev J. \

hw* mother as maid- and centered with a silver Wednesday afternoon of last from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. atii i I R. Smith officiating. :

of4ionor..'wearing a turquoise I to any other organization or bowl holding yellow and white at the Hope Baptist Churchin week with Mrs. Bertha Pearce $ % per plate. :i j i Burial was in the family ,

chiffon ballerina length dress. club.Refreshments pompoms. Flanking the arrangements Friday Theressa Dec. at 21.7:30 p.m. on and Mrs'.-Walla Lipsey as co- The public is invited. i'1 I plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery 1 Home DairyFor
Ebe''carried a nosegay of pink wereserved were yellow burning No invitations hostesses. I I under direction of DeWitt C. :
are being
carnations( and pink 'tulle.. during the :50ci l' hour-by candles in silver holders Miss Madge Middleton, Kathleen Thomas Jones Funeral Home.
sent but all friends and relatives -I
'Kenneth Grader 'served as Viki Struth Phyllis Darby, decorated with a ruffle of president, presided over the
of the couple are belt: man. and Hope Holliday, .. tulle and ivy. Silver tea services meeting.: In the absence of ,Observes BirthdayMiss '
dially invited to attend. Services For : c
1'he: bride wore. a' pink' vet- at both ends of the table Mrs. L. G. Powell historian, Kathleen Thomas cel-

Vfteen sheath diess'o with pink Baptist Circles held Russian tea and coffee. \ Mrs. J. W. Kincaid presentedthe
Guild ebrated her fifteenth birthdaylast
Wesleyan Mr. Markham
oyerskirt. She carried a''whiteprdyer Silver trays and compotes program on "Events in Pasteurized Homogenized
Meet TuesdayLorena weekend when her par-
;. book topped with a held decorated cake squares, Met Tuesday V Florida History-1862."
erits, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
"'1i1te'... .'.orchid. Her only .ornainent Epperson1.Circle..of nuts and mints. During the social hour the Thomas, gave a weekend party Held SaturdayFuneral Skim Milk

; was! a. single strand of the First Baptist/.WM0..met The gifts were on displayin The Wesleyan Service Guild hostesses served a dessert .at their camp in the Scrub S
pearls," 'a gift of the, groom. Tuesday night at, 7:30:: o'clockat the family room where an met at the home of Miss course. for Karhleen and eight girl services for Rich- Buttermilk

IiTher hair she wore a pink the home of Mrs..L'- Q.Ha- orange and gold color motif Madge Middleton with Mrs. friends. I ard Miller Markham were held'at Chocolate Milk
velvet crown embroidered with A.'E.McKin- was used. At one table were Alice Anderson, co-hostess,
pearls.,from which. fell a noseve11of'pink zen. with Mrs.; dolls depicting the bridesmaids Tuesday evening.. Steno ,Notebooks Steno The girls enjoyed hunting 3 p.m. Saturday in the *
I I ney as co-hostess. Pens, Typing. Paper Erasers, dancing games, and refreshments -I Raiford Baptist Church of Coffee Cream
; illusion.'Following gowned in shades of Mrs. C. R. Bradford president -
7(" Mrs. H.. liJSpeer" program KoreeType.; Typewriter at the camp during the which he was a member. Rev.
conducted the meeting. Patronize Your Home-Owned
the orange and gold. Dairy
wedding a chairman;, presented, the topic Ribbons The .TELEGRAPH.1 weekend. I Gerald Suggs, and Rev. Allen
Plans for the Guild's
held at postal I
small reception was "World:Awareness," assisted Mrs. Meyers and Mrs. II
th ,,Bridges- home. The bride's by Mrs. R.:'F.:Young, Mrs.J. Browning presided at the coffee booth at the church bazaar

;J table.was overlaid with a cutwork A. Griffin, Mrs., Lex.Green, and tea services at the tea on Nov. 29 were further dis

. ; cloth and centered witha and Mrs..'Lois Buttfick. table. i cussed.
.,Htriree-tiered wedding cake .Mrs. Nelson Green and Mrs.
The hostesses
Refreshments were .served presented the
topped with a miniature bride I Alice Anderson presented the
honoree with the
"baker bowl"to
by the hostesses Up.
I avid r omThe cake, decorate'dtiwithxpink ; : on segregation. .
her program esse
.. chosen china patternas \ou
'. .. .
, rosebuds,. was r v- .The V hostesses .served: delicious -
? a memento of the occa- .
surioanSed. ,- by .a ruffle .of Annie ArmStfO ,.'.Ci ie'met:; sion. ? ,refreshments.during ..thesocial .. ,

'ppfjtiille.\! -. either i : side: Tuesday 'night at"thehgmeofMrs. : hour. .. .V r'.... ,,.
TvtfRj; .silver .candle holders Vernon' Silcox. The'-program One. hundred eighty guests "

'wfthv-J. )urning. .pink tapers. .was presented bY Mrs. were invited to call. between .
L the hours of 7::30''to 9 o'clock. j jI.Hayride Enjoyed
:jiIlrs.'<:Harry 'Hatcher cut thebtde' Kate Sheppard,' 'after which" I I ''

$ cake*, and. assisting refreshments' were served: ,by I II i I.By .MYFGroup .,
"' 'tJ.'S;. Garl.MathewsMrs.and the hostess.. .' ?.. t....,; .. Miss Solano was honored at ;, V '

Er ft:- del on. 'Mrs- Ken.. i -_ -.," .'t'.'... I a lovely bridal shower TuesI i, The Methodist Intermediate ;: : : Then 'Y"o'iiM

fella.;Grider._ Ethel Biggs Circle m'et' 'at I day evening given by Mrs.j I MYF enjoyed a hayride' .partySaturday A
; '
Annie Kelly Mrs. Bud Alvarez evening.
( ; gueststhe coupler j jI E. B Searing -with, Mrs. :>.Orie, ) Mrs., Robert? Ward Miss I The 22 young folk met .at I Ithe f''
I Della Rosenberg and Mrs. ,church and went by two f'I
J ton a ten day wedding trip Wiggins as co-hostess. Mrs. :
I Lois Moore, at the home of trucks for a long ride through I
tb otighout Florida. Mrs. .Win- J: N. H'opkins'piesen
g/tyeOtraveled./ ; 'm her bridal program''on Mexico l ,.Wit h blrS. the 'l tier. the country and'enqetl'''up"at ?';. ;, Need A
diesv, Jess the. chiffon over- E. D. TenV.taking par :TMrs. Yellow- fall flowers and au- 'the w:: B. Thompson'Jt; home 'w +

sh ttt;'adding ramatching. jacks A.. R. Norman told',about Her tumn leaves were used in decorating for hamburgers" d''h. t..cho- 'o:" Mf4 kf. .+,tiV;:: ; } +'wx.., ;.r ..a.4}..
"*"\+With'! this 'she' wore' the 'visit to 'the First.;?;Baptist the party rooms for colate. .
\' Church in Mexico and the occasion. The refreshment : Chaperoning the a3' wra vVOkYy.
;Ofchicl from her bridal bou- :Mrs. ,party were pa. ;y.S: Vf.' b
fcuef: ;Upon their return. Mr. J. R. Chasteen told of a friendin table was attractive with a I I Rev. and. Mrs.: John'Brabham'i '

and'' ;Mrs. Wingate will live at that country.Refreshments. white cutwork cloth and was I i: and Mr. and Mrs. Charles. C.I .

I lDet;;home of the bride on Ed- were: .served centered with a yellow bride *I I .Johns. ; Change !

: waYd'5. '.. ,$. Loop. by the hostesses. doll and an arrangement of j I! \t >' : d' 1i
.' "".*' ;yellow pompoms. Mrs. Billy j: Williams-Redding i <
Moore presided at the crystal i V
' punch bowl placed at one end ;,, Engagement Told 1 I I j jMr. V \4 i: t rt.r.CpF. MYFp

of the table. Silver trays and i ,
compotes held yellow decorated 11 I and Mrs._ J. A. Williams I Ii
I, .cake squares, nuts and I I I of Hampton announce II I!

"Isn't it fun mints The hostesses presented the I 1 I the daughter engagement,' Alethia,.of to .their Lonnie ; : : + WHETHER IT'S YOUR REAR

,: to Arthur Redding Jr. son of Mr.
romp on a cozy bride-to-be with the sugar
and Mrs. Lonnie Arthur Red-
shell to her chosen silver'pat-

?" tern as. a memento of the ding Sr. of Lawtey. SAu Cry.v, 'e '+, ;
I jjWarmfiOOr occasion. I.I student Miss Williams at .Bradford Is a County senior f4R p 4 x k n :ra ? I END OR YOUR RADIATOR

Mrs. Glen Moore assisted
High School, and Mr.Reddingis ;

1 i xII 1 the the guests hostesses in J caring for a BHS graduate with the e ; WE CAN FIX

I ,.;' : : One hundred twenty guests class been set of for 1961.the No wedding.date has I f T; YOU

ry were Invited to call betweenthe 6aI

hours seven-thirty to nine I :? : V
j o'clock. Senior Citizens V :4T; Y'$y'n. :i UP! ,

\ Make Ceramics g ao, <'xkv .

Buffet Supper : .,
A record crowd of 22 senior
itn .
For f : ;; .
Wedding PartyMr. citizens attended their bimonthly Y F

and meeting last Tuesday i1 Anyway You Look At It We

,1 der entertained Mrs. at Kenneth a delightful Gri- Mrs. night Bob in Badgett the Lions explainedhow Den. '7 x ; ,

buffet supper last Thursday
w to make different ceramics L Y'

rice night, Mrs.Wingate for Ann Mrs.Parker whose Grider's and marriagewas mother Mau-- then A pieces short made and an business ash each tray.member session ;: < ; : 4 Can Give You A Better Job.

an event of Friday night. was held followed by round ', l

The buffet table was cover- of bingo. .
\ ed with .a lace cloth and helda f \..
The next meeting will.be -
1 Q
I ;, ? :a V centerpiece of yellow mums
held Nov.' 27 at '1:30.p.m.in
and pompoms. Guests were the Lions Deri All persons';,50
I seated at card tables in the
living room which held mini- years old and over are Invitedto i 1 1I

I pompoms ature arrangements and fern. of yellow Methodist join the club.WSCS.- I cl( with Clyde Terwillegar TodayYOUR

The ten guests invited to this I

\ a the affair family included and wedding members party.of Sets Study CourseMrs. I VV_ CAR PROBABLY NEEDS A CHANGE OF MECHANICS.

give your family a John P. Walker: of St. V

V healthier Petersburg is conducting a "... .
happier, warmer DKG Sorority
study course "On Asia's Rim" ,-
home with
a beautiful new '
Holds WorkshopAlpha at the meeting of the Methodist 0 Motors Overhauled 0 Brakes
WSCS on Tuesday, Nov.
: !iIEEI.LEA >Nu Chapter of Delta 20, beginning at' 10 o'clock. *. '*V, Automatic Transmission Tune-Up
Kappa Gamma met Saturday, covered dish luncheon will "(*

Nov. 10. for a workshop in be served at .noon. NO:JOB TOO SMALL-NO JOB TOO LARGE All Electric Repairs Front End Alignment

:_ -:' OIL HOME HEATER the educational building of As Mrs. Walker is prominent .. ."" .-

the Madison .. ,- '
Street Baptist .
> In the work of the Presbyterian .
SIEGLER baa the big boot-m Blower System and a.*, Church. Women of the '
.duaivt Inner Heat Tubes that give the comfort. TlieMost
you :
Katheryn Epperson, presi- Church; all Presbyterian women -, Your
miracle of SUPER FLOOR HEAT.Come in ad. .
ask for dent presided and Mrs. Kate are cordially invited to .
a demaafitratioD and
see how this ne+i .
Seeler will for Sheppard gave the devotionalMrs. attend the course. :CompleteAutomotive AuthorizedFord
pay itself withITrS j- I Isabel ..
the fuel it uvas.L Powell. Director of
t District 11. explained the consolidation CARD OF THANKS Dealer

; of the committees., .
yu Our heartfelt thanks' to all
Luncheon Was'senved by the Service ina : In Bradford
"t A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER. ATJ'Denmark'Fumiture Starke members: Mrs. Edna who extended comforting sympathy ,
and in recent <
help our
Hart, Mrs. Edna Sistrunk, Bradford' :. V
sorToW. For the beautiful ser- _! '. and Union '
Mrs. Kate Sheppard. Mrs: l -V .. KtCounty- :
Company -
vice, floral offerings and -
Tommie Nolan. Mrs. Mona
other kindnesses we are deeply Counties7.
3't:% 446 West' Call St. 964..4321 Canova. Della Rosenberg and :. rw'1i1l7
| Phone grateful. Mr and Mrs
t' .
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.". '.i' I Kenneth. :' Phifer. .- .- _. a i'o"-'
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z::::. -.. :, .. : : /:\ F_._a_'_'_'_,_._U_r _i.n.. ,-'-'--- -.-'-- '-.r". losing heat rapidly by radiation I ASC Staff HEIL3R0NN
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--j...-....., .. 1C91c -Zf ,Home Demonstrationby : I In this case the. frost dam Attends MeetMildred I ,
--..' ;: < Sunday School s m.
I age is' mostly mechanicalThat

Proposed? Sale' 01 School Farm Tract .. I "t1r. : .. lJotes. -. I I tals that is, sharp form inside sided the ice crys-leaves -1 office Mrs.'manager' of Sapp'"the county'"Agricultural -I Training Morning Worship'Union,, 11 7 a.p. m.m.

1/h;/ / f Stabilization a n d i I Evening Worship, 8 p. m.
: : I and tender plant stems
:;Jlould Hamper Forestry To the edit r: !%) Rome Demonstration Agent puncture cell walls of plant Conservation Service a'ndj I Prayer Meeting Wednesdays
Training MORE ABOUT THECOURTHOUSE I ,:. ,. -1,II I tissue, causing death to that Mrs. Mary Ella Watterson I 7:30 D. m. Rev. Joe Roop.
\ I 5 !I ASC clerk are attending a I
j It came as rather an unpleasant acres planted in pines by the FFA I It has been said by some' Plumb Delicious > and cool smooth, and firm.I portion cold of the air plant.If two-day State' Conference in

!J .surprise to learn last week that the members; 30 acres of merchantableslash that the. only solution is' to1 i.I !Prunes' are just: one of he'| Be sure to check to see that'' from Yankeeland drifting is already down Daytona Beach this week. t Get Ready for College and
..Board-of P bllc plentiful dried fruits now In'' ,the"'mattress pads have'- been I of the meeting, '
30 Purpose
was once and long leaf pine; acres build a new courthouse. Build below freezing, it quickly absorbs School- Mark: your Clothes
again toying with the idea of selling (along creek) of bottom-land hard-I, the new one anywhere-get it the.in stores. They'and'were harvested pre-shrunk as they should' be the heat from the ornamentals which concluded Thursday afternoon With Name Rubber Stamp.
August ,
-off a portion of the school farm now wood and slash; five acres of pond; t, out of town build it over rave you ever wondered laundered periodically: and is likely to kill was to inform- ASC Order Now. Bradford County

:ITBeihg) used for demonstration purposes and 30 acres of, open land which was!,'in Reno or at build the old it garbage I II '|'what prunes ate?' < ; '. .' i the less hardy plants to the committeemen, and employees office of managers the latest -- TELEGRAPJI.

:::iT the instruction of vocational agri- to have been planted in pines this season -'I dump any; h. prune begins life as a ground. information available on

--cu1t i'e. -the seedlings have already been' place, just so there will be ''roy l-puiple plum 'No ordinary Let's Go We natives call this a hard the Federal farm program administered -

:-.:: This. the in 20 plenty of room. plum can. become ,a ; freeze. while Chamber of Commerce -
second time the total
space ordered. Of this 120 acre : Now I hope the people of ., by the Agricultural -
=o>{ a few years, that such a move has acres, located in the northeast corner i Starke> especially the businessmen prune, only special varieties / term employees soften the" Stabilization and Conservation TURKEY
;been made, by the. board. The matter and consisting mostly of open woods, .': will think seriouslyi that fermenting.can processed: '..Pruriesare: without;' dehydrated &&Cardening i Covering"unusual plants cold during wave.a Service.

::ivas 'dropped' in the/first instance, folj0.whigl was to be retained. as part of the!i I over this situation, arid not processed and packed |: hard freeze is not very effective -. CONGREGATIONAL
.: protests registered with the school .farm. i t allow the location, tobe chang !: unless :
by ne.w..methods, that cause By Hervey Sharpe you can prevent HOLINESS CHURCH SHOOTS.T.
'Aboard, If the matter has,' not progressed The first time the property was|ed. If this wa done Starke them to retain their vitamin '|: the icy wind from coming in

l::iliis time "beyond the point of no put up for sale several years ago the I, would Starke. never It would be be the a heavy same content: 'I Floridagricultural Extension'i i I contact with the plant. I i I North 30i, .., 21/_ .. miles .out of ,II

return, it is hoped that the board will board asked for bids. As we remember -' blow to our downtown section They" have a tender texture : Service i: DUrIng a cold windy night. j town on left of the roaa. NOV. 17

::consider .its. action, authorizing .the it, the bids were not considered too as new businesses would gr dI -I that permit you to eat' them ,' Some gardeners say that if a light bulb under an air- ,I Young People's Meeting 1:00 P.M.-TILL

i"" ale, and keep the school farm tract favorable at that time. This time, ully follow the new courthouse.I "as, is" for mid-mea\\ ,snacks :'i i the Cuban blockade is to save tight cover may give a small .' Friday, 7:30: p. m. Sunday :
I 'or for baking, or for salads ; plant the same protection as :
= intact. however, the board apparently received What would be the final result ,- i:,our lives why can't wet set School, 10 a-m. Sunday Night' Lu's TavernKingsley
and desserts. a greenhouse. Oil heaters can
=:;: If this matter.is to.recur every few an, offer that was regarded so favorably -I ? If.many you prefer to cook them up.a 'winter weather blockade be used to warm larger plants Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone LakeCARLTON'S

::r t8', it' might be 'well to review some that the proposed sale was not SOLUTION NUMBER .ONE: | they, ,may be. prepared in a to save. the lives of ornamen- covered by giant-size sheetsof cordially invited to attendI -

.-'ot thp.,background of' the school farm advertised in the previous manner, and Do awaywith the eitend old county the- variety of -waj :,'fpj:; .table; ser-1 I It :1 tals! '" builder's plastic. I I Rev. Carl Edmondson, pastor.

:: 'roj jecti and, .its: res nt uses for the caine' as a complete surprise to those j, jail' building courthouse., take. in( vice, but a simple 'and quick This sounds ]like a good idea. On an icy night heat is vital :
present .
j But until these gardeners learn -
:' nfohhation of t the public. who were most concerned. 'I that the between way is to place them in ai and not smoke in spite of : -
space space
how to stop cold weather at
I T 'The: tract; of, '270 acres was pur- If the sale''of' the property has not| the two buildings, and i saucepan and eovecA'withf 1 the state line it will be easier 1 I a popular misconception. So, | MILK ',-'

has ge\'ern1.yenr:1: 'ago from a large already, been consummated it is hoped whatever space would,be needed : quart 'of cold wateruse 1 for: most gardeners to use II I it is a waste of time burninga

landowner for $25..an .acr The owner that fhe board will carefully reconsider i': of the vacant lot east of the :.,'quart sbring waterto'to a; :a pound boil"and.of ;i' other measures of protecting the pile of leaves to smoke uP'' The Finest In Dairy Products
neighborhood unless
probably_ would not have sold the tract its action in the light of the important i' old'j j jail. -. elmmpr___. .frpntlv. ...... 'fnr. _. Ifl tn.... 20 plants from Jack Frost. ''h"..", A"..; ",.. ....... 4._ _yoU'__
u -- -- ,'
I at all, and ,certainly not at such a low IUrt'the tract is playing in the teach-1 By 'doing this offices and in re-ar-the minutes.. Preferably} Jet i stand Almost any type of material ito j u duce<\n'H"; more heat.L UiI than) smoke.v JJI-V- GAL. JUG HALF GAL. JUG

.) Tprice, except for. the fact that he was ing: of'approved tree-farming methods.] raning! building the office !! overnight In their juicebefore 'cover plants will .hlp you The first line of defense in
present every :
j "sold"l on the idea. of making the land to'our. Bradford County youths. would have plenty of room for eating. The prunes win\ grow I fjllht' our'backyard cold war. guarding against cold injuryis Call Mrs. Jack Eaves

available, for the' use of the school's fc It is true that some school farms i all time to come. I pl !noer. I These: i include wood cloth. paper to plant only those threes
t I vocational 1 agriculture I; You can vary the flavor by I Spanish moss, pine straw, and shrubs that
department. in the state are only 40 or 50 acres' in Thia -would cure everything are completely PHONE 9644241For
lemon s. plastics or other material
| :.Since! the ''Future. Farmer. chapters size, and this has been recommended asl t except, the: noisedSOLUflON I whole adding cloves or or orange stick cinna-:slic |I available in any the nEiszhborhood.I I hardy in your locality. Thisdoesn't
1comprised( of vocational the minimum 'the 'State NUMBER T\"O" \ mean that you should
agriculture required by \ Additional is not : Earth is also valuable when'
\ .sudentscould{ ) Hot take title to the Department of Education. This mightbe COMING UP | mon necessary. sugar I banking young citrus trees not grow tender plants! but'' Home Delivery by Carlton's Dairy
such plants should not be the
'fchd '(being unincorporated) the title'i adequate in sections where the primary -E. W. Hayes i!|I Prunes prepared in this : from a freeze.- But with the i framework of the garden. i .

ve'ed' in the School Board, with interest is in row crops, or livestock .[Editor's note: We ppre-! manner may be served at J. high cost of real estate the. Regard the less hardy ornamentals -I' 1

he.1 understanding. l least implied: but It could hardly be considered I date the comments 'by Mr. :!I breakfast, or any meal, for| neighbors.will prefer'that you I for their beauty and
""that' th tract would be held for the sufficient 'for the development of a'' Hayes. but fear that in saying I|: that matter. I Ij use your own soil. I I' don't plant them in a spot Starke Motor Parts Co.
"' 1 Prunes and other dried | If; ..you cover .shrubs with
use" of *
the j
agriculture. de- forestry project. "this would cure everything I that will leave a serious hole

't"i.partmenk. With our County Farm Forester except the noise" he may have 'I fruits. _,"L are 'H convenient. .L_foods_. ___for ;,, nlastic bags be sure to setthem''free in the garden composition 155 WEST BnOW LEE ST.-STARKE: FLA.
shortly after 'Ole
lamuies wun one or iwo
The hundred telling us in his last report that "At overlooked the problem of mem- I ; when a hard freeze inevitably '
acres which is i
; now bers. Sol melts the frost. Otherwisea
would.be PHONES 964-OS01 964-0811
parking which
.wors..Icued I : kills, them to the ground. : -
proposed 'tO' be sold by the board, contains the present harvesting rate'of forest rather than solved if; If 'you like to bake here is' prized' ornamental may be The second line of defense

some of the best, timber land on products in our counties, ,we are not the space east of the old coun- j a delicious quick bread which i stewed in its own juice inside: against cold injury is to have NIGHT 964-9895

,the tract. A good portion of it has holding our own in this wood-growing ty jail were used for building friends and I enjoyed last I this collector' of sun rays. I plant tissue as fully mature

already! been planted in pines, with venture," 'enough emphasis can hardly purposes. Perhaps Mr. Hayes I week. It is-called Prune Hon- Frost has no terrors in gar I: as possible when freezing temperatures NO. 1 This Is To Assure The Garage; Owner And

imore scheduled to I be planted in' .seedlings be placed on the teaching of good forest -I will be good enough to solve i ey Quick Bread. i dens of well-adapted plants ; occur. The Service Station, Operator Who Are.
i this i in this also" in IDs solution No. Prepare it for your. family. J I fays John V. Watkins. University '
management practices
The our
l I year. boys performed It is. so quick and "easy; you I; of Florida horticulture The problem in Florida is Legitimate Wholesale IJuyers That W&.

"the' planting operation themselves, and schools.It I 2.1] will want ,to"give., it as. gifts.. at i:' professor. But during; the sudden -I that so many plants from Have Nothing In Our Stock, Tov cyertise| :.
have protected the trees from fire, is predicted that during the next Christmas. Just wrap'. in a'' cold wave following a .pro- warmer regions fail to stop At Wholesale Prices To The (General l Pub-

learning the, valuable practices of selective 15 to 20 years, we will need to harvestmore County Receives clear plastic wrapper and add ,j I longed warm period'some I growing so as to mature their lic.

1 cutting, plowing fire lines, and than four times our present cut a sprig of holly, pyracantha, I j:I plants need a heloing hand. 'i tissue during mild autumn

'- control burning. They have already to meet the increasing demand for:for- Race- Track,. Funds' > .. or mistlet' e..It;:is more" 'moist i I I Usually this involves put- \! and winter. NO. 2 To The' General; Public We Urge You To

'Icut and sold1 some, timber from the est products. "It' is imp rative'th, t.'we Bradford and 66 otherFlor-. Pm"after, a Itnnov day of1 Onfall two. Bread i tIng' a blanket around the If you ever find a sure-fire Please Go To Any One Of Our Local Deal-

tract, and had scheduled additional"cutting'this start now-and even step'up' -our pine ida 'counties have irecelVed.1' ,-: eg'gtbeatfl1eaSPOOfl plants or supplying heat. ; way. to Droduce. dormancy-. in ers Or Garages In Our Area And Have

.j :, 'month. They have} a three seedling program," the, forester's report checks for $28,000 from the pur'e One;.vanilla) ;tract', 1 tea- Plants. are covered to slow :,i j i then plants shout ahead it of from every the freeze rooftop -' Your Car Repaired As You Get Better

year stand of- trees on about 25" acres continues. ,"The big task still 'con- State Comptroller's otfictrep"res 'I sPOOn baking soda1,"! md.one- down the rate at which the :r because it will be the discovery Service When You TRADE At HOME.
-of the tract' fronting Forest Conservation : nting the first payment of heat alreadY in the plant is
proposed to be sold.'andthe Organizations i half eups: chopped prunes, 1 I I I of the for
;remainder: was, to be planted on a is that of: convincing ,many race track funds for the cur- :eupi: boiling water, -onehalfcup J s.t.tyr: .I : radiation! ,. .,,, v ,! deners.i century. .', ..-' .gar- NO. 3 The :Most\( Important :Man\ On Our Payroll

pre-determined schedule. regular woodland owners of the need to reestablish rent fiscal year.. The amount 1 ; liquid honey, 2, and one I II On a still. clear night in''\ And To Our Customers Is William (Hill)

pine seedlings' on their cut- was $4.000'more than each i I fourth1-cups sifted all-purpose I II I winter, heat is radiated into i Searcy Who Lives In. Jacksonville; FlaWe 1( -
t Enthusiastic over their tre -farming woodlands." county 'received for the same I flour two-thirds:''cup sugar, !I space by soil and plants. ii
over -
project, the boys had entered .a state We period last year. I' and.l cup choppen p bans.!. I Their temperatures faU. If SEVENTH DAY THANK Everyone For Helping Make This,

forestry; contest last :year, placing near the know of no better way to get : For"flscal year 1961-62. each :Combine eggs-vanilla: baking -II they reach the freezing pointor i!i ADVENTIST CHURCH Year 1962 The Most Profitable Year Of Our History -

| 'the top, and were planning to enter message across. to.-thes woodland! Florida'county received" total soda, 'prunes and boiling 'below, frost, forms pn j Sabbath School [Saturday]I In Starke'; Fla.
| again this year. )owners thair by; teaohing the correct of 201800. If the first pay-:I' water. 'Coverp'tet.; ; stand 20 boards, srtaw, bare ground : 964-1324

Perhaps this principles of forest -'management' to ment. 'Is. any. indication, the ml lUt s: add;''honey, ::;Sift together f' and even o 1'plant leaves. The I i 930; 'a. m. Morning Worship I Signed: RICHARD F. JAKYIS, Manager
clear their sons. Apparently,that was being state may .be. heading toward I flour':..and' 'sugar; add air temperature may be well : 11 a. m. Located between Wil-.
up some misunderstanding, for it seems done thanks \;! i new "1!2ord.. andfniitsi mix : 32 'degrees, but the leaf 1 son Road! and Griffis
to having I prunemixtures above Loop I. STARKE MOTOR PARTS CO.
I tn. hc .fAif. in Cln.... .........L___ UuJ. H a large enough i .. "- -! -
>t 4 PULUV; qU12LI,1: ; LflRtl me tract to use for demonstration :well.Pour' into.greasea iioured -;, may still have .frost if it .ls E. L. Marley. pastor. Phon* ,

hundred acres in question was not be- But once this tract purposes. -\.'Sam proed'that you can burn' 'loaf pan, n"x4"x2". Bake I I
ing profitably used, and was among of it -it is ;it will be- r any, part green Spine; if youkeep, at it. j in slow over. 325"-' degrees, 1
gon lost
the "sorriest" in the tract. Such apparently for its forever i\ When ..Js' Jias.. cooked long hour .ofuntil'done; ,: Cool 10 There's a lot underneath the Lt.-... ?> ui ihe '63
present ,and
,. is not the case. uses. That is originally-intended) enough it: 'will' burn ,on for along .I minutes. R more. from" pan. Comfort. f, silence and Chevrolet Its roomy, comfortable Body by
According to records on. file at Board why we hope the 'School!; time. But it takes a' lot Cool thoroughly. I Fisher screens out noise and shock; There's -
the will not act hastily in this matter fatwood to cook it out> Measure' Your Mattress instant in choice of
County Farm a 6- cylinder
Forester's response
office the and luxury to challenge
will get 'all the facts beforea \ 'if' your' mattress" doesn'tmeet any '
: land proposed to be sold includes 25 engines, a host of refinements to make it run mIlD'
: final decision is made.Farmer's i This week we toyed with size requirements set up ,
; and look Eke new longer,. and plenty morp .
the' idea of by bedding experts, 'you may
s-N --S--u-IILI ___:__'!"' .__.._..i- __.- II 1 I dIes with,myrtle berries some can"l be; robbing' your family and car from anyzzthere that make it hard to believe it's a low-priced The make more people
: meat
i I for long .
,, I when she and I I of-: our bushesareirai yburself of necessary physi-' I car. But your Chevrolet dealer can prove it! depend on
'Jrr'-1 I Diary) .j i was thick brown 'and the -delic-gravy I lea and that gavems, \the ,idea;I II cat rest and mental'relaxation. .
f fI
IF .1 'iOO8. 'But the! ,I plus reading ?abouftllt1i&>. 4&t Bedding authorities l say that .

: -I.1I By Sam McGamy j jI 1 I a chunk ,chewed meat.and Sam chewed took I:I t at-in :etriydaIarge.-3h1p'.f; JI { a mattress sn uld':b 6 to 8 : .-

I (, and .chewed;. and finally de.j[I ment t"abd.mtrt1e: wall t tI inches longer' than you are. -

garden room. ''I I cided, that if the cookbook ;I were .made at-Savannah. ini 4 The' 'average 'n all' is'about 5 ,

S S was right, that 'was,the mad 1773. j ji ft, 9 in., and a regular mattress -
t:: i I I. S i is just not long enoughfor
0<<. Shades of Daniel, Boone! dest bear that eter did get
"" This week we feasted on-of shot! In the same book,''a 'history ; adequate restful sleep.
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.. all things -bear steaks Ai ,, of :FlorWa by Bernard' Romans -I Minimum width fof adult /'
; 39 -.4.;& y : .
comfort 'is inches. -
I' sleeping /
hunter from the 'Santa Fe Took aride out near New I we. learned that Jhipi ,j -
section i ments of tobacco started in Since ft double bed is 54 inch-
gave us the steaks:"! River and found some "Senie.1 :
) .. from a 229-lb. female black or Christmas berry, bushes. i ii I 1770 with 3,000 Its. and within j i I es :wide. It:'al1ow.nly 27 in- I II !

I bear shot by his party near!i Saw' many red ones, and,one .three 'years exports totaled chfs, ,the 'zane 'width as a

'1 : he ,big Bradford County Impassable Bay, noith of Lake] that had only yellow berries!! i i 178,000. lbs., I baby ciibl J pen: person. if two!j
-Fair in the .5, S S .share the- bed.- ( _
spanking new City. We have 't 'yet been able to I )2q f '%
TJglldings,is the main attrac-t t S identify this form- of .holly.I I Back in those days they Because' of these require- -
tion of the t[ had. treatments !I! merits -.and"th fact ''that the
area this week and I Alice was delighted with the, Don Champion thinks it 'Is I I rugged
:i 'indications( are. that he _fcilr r j I present. and -promptly looked!, myrtie-lt' ted ',;inlly; and hei I ,for Utmss'Fat; instance. ; the !j average' height of.,Americans' 4 0

!I '* will set 'new records'for at- for directions in her cookbook. ,'f may' be right. ,''i I book 'tells that?: for. 'the, cure j jI I hasincreased-one Inch during
j i[ .. 'I''I'f. th past 53-.fe atg; a.growing
:J3fdfcnce.; : We, know that ev-j I However she was perplexed'f. !I otrtandiseases'thepatient'1

4 -'- ryohe, will want to see the' when, she read: "if the animal Man from Brooker told us,I was supposed to swallow live I interest has developed'in lon: ::; i*
and wider equip-
:,fjhiblta. the fine : wood lice. ger sleeping _
this week
livestock. was not annoyed or upset I,: that there are a,lot j i '
"*and enjoy meeting old friends I of I' S S ment. Supersize' bedding 'and ;-: 'i' : -
when killed the meal will be mattresses 78 wide. can'now
"there. See you at the.Fair! tender: if it was' enraied at;i! area. Said' 'they call them : Then too it was .a practice stores't 2-T.-'
W found in
S the t time, the meat' 'will be "pine lilies." to' tap off a bit of blood froma -
I a..141q: many standard
S I "bleed" him. Our
1' Frost again this week, but: tough and gamey!" That pos- I. '
\ \ preceding it there was a soaking -'! ed a problem. for we, had no1 i I A chicken that Alice fried *modern- 4< medicine_ may be cost-,I .,:joust for the homemaker .
idea : this week had i ly and other things but at f who winOto r protect mat \- .
rain that helped the berries at all. whether Mama'; two hearts-at :
grcen, and winter pas.. Bruin had been dispatched inj I Ian I l1 least there were two wrappedin ; least today they don't"stick| tresses against soil 0dori ahdr I 1DA 1- ::
wear is a cotton mattress pad .
the you with a knife and make -
tures. Protected package.
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mood that
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are I or aroused :I i
the voodj. the_ frost didnt get I uwith every hair bristling.. i I;I,' suppose. someone else got a ,I I you swallow' live bujs. Cotton pals are absorbent, :-
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I Dowling, Terrell Tornado Stallwarts .Smith Named L I I I Lawtey Bantam Takes League

The scene at right is a very .,'. ." .' "'. ,,,.,, '.' .,. ....""'- .,..".... ."c .. _, t :
familiar one to Tornado grid Lin.efuafi A Over TornadoesLawtey

opponents and: it will be no .. .. ...._..;,.',. ., .
.; lopCi defeated Torode's
different Tomorrow night /.v".> '.' .oiI' 12-0 in the championshipgame
when PofSenior
Green Cove's
ids Blue Dev last Friday night to become \
ends Billy Dowling 1
1962 champions of the I
Heft] and Ken f.
Terrell, shown
Bantam Football
in their Tornado tackle JIm- r ,' ti League. y x
defensive 1.
The my Smith, son of Mr. and Both teams were scoreless 'rxipo 3Rf
senior starting ends .
have been Mrs. Foster Shi Smith of going into the last two min
a consistent part of
Coach David 1 fit 3.F Starke, was chosen in the utes of the third quarter. ; i iT
line starting Gainesville Daily Sun's' weekly Lawtey blocked a punt on To : 1r
up all season long. Dow !-
ling area grid poll as Lineman rode's 20 yard line, and then
plays left end on offense of the Week for his play in v..c marched for their first! score.. r' k

and Terrell plays just the op t....: .' .. r Starke's homecoming _ ft ..
posite. Both .. game v With 17 seconds to go Law-
boys will earn .., ._.. ..'' ,', ... .. ._, with Fernandina
football letters this for -- .-, .. ,-' -,: .-7'.." > .---,"' -- ". -'\ .- Beach. tey scored again against To-
season Also mentioned by the Sun I rode's second win
the second time. be seeking his fourth baseball j The tall end plans to stick I I for their stellar line play the championship.'string

"Dowling has been very letter this year. He hit a tor- i to baseball in college because"I against the Pirates were tac-

consistent on both his offensive rid .452 in 22 games last season think I can go further thanin I. kle Jack McComb, center Har- Ai Tonight's playoff begins :

and defensive play this I i while pitching and playing football. Baseball has a bet old Bishop, and guard Mac with Koch's Drug playing the ,

year and has been very valu- I first base.Terwillegar. ter future." I Hall. But Smith beat out his winner of Wednesday's game : I
able to our defense" Coach I, botween Terwil} gar-LawttJY.
Hurse states "He never com- WinsPresident's ing four games. Henry Cross I I teammates for top honors I II i -.- -- at 7, and Torode-Keystone at I
I with his
plainsJust was high man with a 182. : superior blocking on Tackle Jimmy'Smith ;, 8:15.:
says Cup I'I offense and with his nine individual :I
i Neoma Nelson was high worn-| j I
or 'No Sir' and plays ball"Dowling I I 'I i! Finals for the playoff will :
I I an with a 176.Team ; tackles on defense. ,
has averaged close to Golf TourneyClyde ( After each contest Tornado be played Tuesday afternoon.
six individual: tackles Standings
coaches going over films
game this Terwillegar, local Won Lost game
year. Iranian Pheasants
Thunderbirds . 4 0 grade individual player's performance .
"Terrell has come up with Ford dealer, beat out runner- "
The Four Ns. . 3 1 with a grade of 62 Still Not
the ,big play in several ball i I up Bobby McRae 3-1 to win Legal ,
The Misfits . 3 1 per cent considered championship -
games for us," the coach said, the championship flight of j Game At Prison
Bark and Roll. . 3." 1 play. In the homecominggame
"He is one of our best pass 1 the Starke Golf and Country !
receivers and has Club's annual President's Cup Team No. 8. . 3 1 Smith, who has been
improved! ka
his defensive .I Tournament last weekend. I Sksliners . . 1 3 hampered with injuries all Hunting Iranian Pheas-
bit." plays quite a.t i Ridge Runners . 1 3 'I I year, scored 85 per cent on I ants, released last Februaryon
,: Vernon Silcox bested run- ;,, both offense and defense, the State Prison Farm property ; -
"It has ben Night Owls . 1 3 1 \
a pleasure ner-up Howard Myers 2-1 to: 'a
best at Raifort. is
of not yet allowed -
score Tornado
any go- :
The Four Aces 2
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coaching both these boys, take honors in the first flight, '
I j I I both according: to Lovett
{ ing ways this year.
Hurse Team io.; 10 . 0 4 : .
added "If only our end : according to Pro Ted Fox. "Smith can play better hurt Williams' Rffbnal Wildlife a
play next year will come: : The championship r Ii h t : 49
up :: g j, than most boys can whenthey're Biologist. rtllT'ani/ > Fresh
to the Quarterback Club --- -- ._ .
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season." and McRae was! played from;To Serve MulletSupp Fani Reeves.has said. Head 4 tI : has apofated tohun.cf3 '

Dowlin: was a starting: end 'n handicap: over SO hold .Coach David Hurse was also I s 1 an1 landowners ad- :t BHS 'I

as a sophomo e b'lt a knee inJury Tax said. er Wednesday high! in praise of the 181 I ,:. nt to the orison farm for Cagers Begin Work !

kept him O'lt"of a-tlon: Th: first flight phwd frrm loand tackle.
their in
cooperation protecting J
all last year but !he has carn3 A smoked mullet supper will I Part 2nd, and 3d place: .
handicap and covered 13 holes
back strong this season. He : be served Wednesday, Nov. 21.' "He's been a consistent performer : Age '7-Gray Flynn, Allen' this new species: to assure i Basketball will soon be very < more teams. I
: in the final match, the pro all In ;Punt Pass a chance for the pheasants to j
is the son of Mr. and M s. stated. i from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at the : year, even hampered i Harrison, Gerald Williams. much in the picture of things I' Just four teams will participate -
by injuries, and has been j Kick Age 8 Richard nest and reproduce next year. !
Billy Dowling of Stark, anda BHS stadium. This event isj j' CompetitionFortytwo Roberts i at Bradford County High in the
Several broods of
one of our most valuable linemen ; pheasants ;
Bradford Dennis Rhoden.
member sponsored by the : I I
of the
ketball squad. varsity bas- :Bowl-'ng!; League : Quarterback Club, and proceeds i I i' ." Hurse stated. boys participated : Age 9 Eric Tomlinson, were sighted following the j! when Tornado cagers entertain I j this year. St. Augustine will

Terrell, the son of Corbett Gets Rollingi will go toward expenses:; "Smith has practiced and in the Punt, Pass, and Kick !! Rickie Frick, Bryan Bishop. June nesting season, but hunt-i! Callahan on the local j meet Live Oak at 7 p.m. Fri-

Terrell of Keystone Heights, ,, of the annual football ban- (, played while injured, plays : Competition at the BHS ath- I Age 10 Benjie Moxley, i ing will not be allowed unless I 1 floor December 4 in their; day and Starke will take on

has played t football since the I i Starke Lanes was the cen- !;1 quet. Tickets are $1 per plate,i( both offense and defense, and letic field last Saturday afternoon i Mike. Lyon, David Kirkland. a sufficient population de- first game. i I j Hawthorne at 8 p.m. that

seventh grade but aside! ter of attraction for the Sun : with coffee and dessert extra. j, can always be counted on for ; and 15. prizes were |I Age 11 Robbie Smith, velops. The Commission is Shown above during one of I night. Saturday night the

from that he is also a star Down Mixed Bowling League I 48 minutes' of good football,";t awarded.; The contest was i Mike Smith, Kenneth Hall.I' continuing its investigationand their practice sessions, which two winning teams will play

on the baseball diamond. The I Thursday, Nov. 8, with team j Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at Hurse continued. "He very sponsored locally by Terwil- i I i All first place winners re- study of these exotic began Monday, November 5, !' for the championship and the

6' 2", 185 pound specimen will No. 9, The Thunderbirds, tak- Bradford County Telegraph. seldom 'busts' an assignment,": legar Motor Co. and was part j I ceived leather jackets; sec- : game birds I are the team's co-captains losers will play at 7 p.m. preliminary -
I the coach added. ;! of a nationwide competition)I I ond place winners were given The Iranian Pheasant, sim- j j Chuck Moore, shooting the I'I'i to determine their

I In praising the big tackle I! promoted by the Ford Motor 1 1I I football helmets; and third ilar to ring-necked pheasants,i| ball at left, and John Wil- places in the event.

SHOP AROUND. THEN COME IN PY- I for playing while injured I I I I place winners received foot- ; found in northern states, is !i )Hams.
Co.Winners '
Members of the Tornado
Hurse was referring to the in each age group !,, balls autographed by Washington high on the list of potential An added feature of this

f Palatka game when Smith .f were [in order, as listed, 1st, i, Redskin players. i| imported game birds suitedto cage season will be the first varsity cage team will prob
ROFAX GAS SERVICE YOU'LL KNOW i ably be John Williams Chuck
the and conditionsof
I I played all night long with -a j]I i Robbie Smith was the over- : annual Bradford High Christ-
Moore, Herb Nelson, Richard
I Inn all winner in all Northeast Florida.
painful Charley horse in his !, age grouPS! mas Basketball Tournament

THEN WHO HAS THE BEST PRICES AND :,! leg, making it so stiff he could '!!I'I .. II II I I i I with a score, of 229. I i ii i FIRST CHRISTIAN :Ito be played Friday and Saturday I Hobbs Jenkins, ,Bobby Andy Moody Strickland, Ernest,

hardly run. j The local scores will be for- :, j December 21 and:: 22 'II
CHURCH Gary Cole, Barry Firth, and !
"He never complained : 1 !,| warded to Detroit and compared I with games played at 7 and 8 ;
SERVICE! i icy 537 W. Call St., Starke : 'i David Blaisdell. j
; with of other each night. Head Coach: 1
I once,- Hurse said, "He's not I scores i( !I p.m.
Rob L. Badgett, Minister
I a loud talker but he's the kind boys in the same age group. Erwin Land emphasized that II i ij The team will also sport I

of leader the boys know they I iI I i- 1111 tharo Winners will be given a 'i Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. I support of this year's tourney i I new uniforms this season I

: can count on for 100 per cent I I j chance to compete in the re- Church Worship 10:45: a. m. : will determine whether or not i ij Last season was the first profitable -
I 1 '! gional competition after Chi Rho. 5:30: p. m. Choir j it will be continued in basketball Bradford(
I effort. Sometimes this fype i years iI j ji
can be the best leader a- I i iI I which a national competitionwill practice 6:30: p.m. CYF, 7 p. i to come and if it will be en- High has ever seen. Coach

; round. 'i \ Q Ve I, be held. m. Praver Meeting, 7:30: p. J larged next year to take in Land added.
I v I I Wednesday.. I
SPECIAL I Smith was named to the
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Club' I' < ,
I Last year's Men : OJ".. ..:,,,>,, .""" .,....., X.
i i < < d '
I as a junior, He is also'a member -| Champion is still Club cham-I ;; %; : :'4., 'r.'i:: >':;'.,:' '. Y:.
AT THESE of the Beta Club which i k''A: 1.w'i.ir :; {.7
I t| pion.. Clyde Terwillegar won i ; ; + ., ;",..'....." y)
requires its members to up- '! the 36 hole match on Sun- j f..wii.e,?, .:4.y -0.

LOW\ PRICES:! hold an average of B or bet day. Congratulations, Clyde! I ; C

ter. ,
I This ... .,
week Gertie
I McRae y" <.i. {' ,,,'''.y''' '
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j and Lois McIntire will be
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I!i Lawtey Bantams ':|competing in the final round f: :> e.:>.;;3r?'lt4
HARDWICKApartment I .. .. ..* .. .. .... .. ,, .
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To Be Honored I the, ,Handicap Tour- I "tf..}.x...,. '..'%:,:J>.':...::'x*<..... :..'..,.:.)::.:,.:.:. '.....'M'::':." :"., v'.....):
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,this letter in reply ., : ... ..,
RANGE I Lawtey's championship Bantam to last week's Questions: "Sun- I ;,: t. ;:>}: '...;:
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League Football team will .
day morning between the
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be honored at covered dish ,
hours of 6 and .6:30: I was on Mf
Free Installation off"PYROFAX" $9595 supper in the school cafeteria the Golf Course searching for :
i Saturday night, Nov. 24, at I lost balls. I it : .,-') .. .
I necessary :
6:30 o'clock. All and t ,:. '
: parents I that this hour be used due to .

.: friends are invited to attend I the special equipment main- L' .

1) GasEquipment HARDWICK and 'bring a covered' dish. tained by Jack and Bill who .

) 30 or 36 Inch I usually make their raids on

: Applications Now !i Monday, the day the pro is :
: DeLuxe Model '>::[ ". .::.,;:<:::,,:'
;Being Taken For not around the golf course. I, : ..
I not being as well equippedfor j. 1 IM-1MJr"i'wW.nu- h.

RANGE Post Office Clerk dredging as they are with _

I{ special rakes for relieving .
Acting Postmaster Blake '! the balls must content my-

?' Jackson announces: that applications self with the few I can secure -

$19995 are currently .being1 1;f during the hours of 6 to

taken for the position of Sub- :*
I 6:30: on Sunday morning.-
;stitute Clerk, Substitute Carrier /'ROWNfc&
Now-it costs Norman. : tt L1 ;j
you .
at the Starke post office. 5 ,.
t e JOHN WOOD Thursday [today: 1 is the wN : j I
nothing to install : z\ 30 Gallon Applicants will be required Ladies Golf Association meet- J' *2 'eV -- ; .

\ .. to take a civilservice exam- ,, ing. Hope more come to the --
the very best in \r AutomaticWATER ination for the purpose of establishing meeting than have been play- :.t. J II 1 ,

a register from ing on Ladies Day, which has I .k r to:. 7. 5t

) bottled gas service. .I i which future vacancies will be t ben so slow. Mrs. Fox reports -

We have a complete ..- I filled. The. starting salary is' : the whole week, is slow.
\ ;,, : $2.26 an hour, and all Qualified Everyone must be busy.

line of economical & I, applicants will receive Everyone please remember <

HEATER ': consideration employment ; your time to work in the I. y

dependable gas .' 'without regard to race 'creedi i I booth at the fair. i h l-ii! w: gtr 4 '

: aa aV aZappliances ;, color or national origin.* Norm if, I ,mail your letter Y",
for "
$$54'95I I Further information -.may t on to Santa perhaps he will j "

cooking I be obtained at the StarJre'post bring you a "wee little rake" >
I .
office. for Christmas.See .
i m ,
;water heatingsortie i you at the Fair! |

; Ceramics DisplayShown 1 ...-.Carolyn"E. Eaves ,

:drying. ; a,. ., ,' All Installations I At Fair i if International. .- The more you drive, the nriore .youil 'like i long running ""

Call today for details I

: FREE f t The Starke Recreation Department Lions Meet I i 1
of I I j
) I has placed a cera- : I STANDARD 9ASOLINESAre

mlcs display in the' Bradford II' i.Last ThursdayA .

: j i County Fair this _week. All ;
zone meeting' of Lions : ..
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pieces were made by the first
If You Have A Heating Problem You Will Be .,: ceramic class. and- their instructor International was held in the ,
1 Starke Lions Den Thursday you using the car morelhan ever? For business for family for fun? Then -
I 1
:Mrs Bob Badg tt. join the Standard :and
rave money Whatever drive there's
night of last week with ,Zone, you a "
,Dollars Ahead If You See Us Before You Close/ A demonstration on how to : Chairman Charles McGlavei! Standard gasoline that delivers all the power you can use.One of these is for you:' as yy _
mold -
pour a given of Keystone Heights presid IMPROVED CROWN EXTRA: Standard"s'p Pnisi premium gasoline now ,

: each night at 7 o'clock.at- the ing. It was reported thai the at an all-time high i in anti-knock quality. Designed for those cars requiring the
Any fair booth.A .
Starke club, is'-leading the]i finest in performance characteristics.Stop .

,!! new ceramics,. class win w, :tone in.the?organization's I at Standard station For y S .
; ep t your today. service that treats like !
a king
I. you
1 start within the nen'two I t I: .f.. ,
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care .prograni -
SAFESTCLEANEST PA.DEPENDABLE: I i I two weeks anj all persons in-;>I I| : IMPROVED CROWN GASOLINE: Users of regular-grade gasoline will find F fl

'LP .' terested should register-at the |; Wednesday night, delegat-l''. a new value in improved Crown Gasois&! .now better than ever Moves yourcar 5 5I

UI1 ECONOMICALPYROFAX : Recreation Department fur 1 I I es' from the: Starke club: at-I II : up k performance while holding driving costs tended,
,. ing the next week. The regis. i meeting. at"a. Orange district Park.cabinet .ECONOMY CROWN: A new, economy: gasoline designed for the many cars e '

tration fee is $10 which will .: on the road that cannot take advantage of extra anti-knock quality.Supplies& all 1;
.: ; The lions invite the
include eight lessons plus publicto the power such can can use.at a saving.
GAS SERVICE visit their booth at the .
tools and supplies to work 1
: Bradford County Fair*this _
with. week, where brooms garbagecans K. G. DUNCAN, AGENT

, 220 N. TEMPLE AVE. PHONE 964-8091 I It. enough people are and .tickets.for a. shotgun -, '. STANDARD. OIL COMPANY CKENTUCKYD. STARKE, FLA.I' '
_I i ested held., night class will: I mlr ed.t ,

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cats. He ran across the streetto trips. Ha. So I am toying with want to go to church In the

I Pecans Bring jump upon a great big police that idea and if I can escape morning. My Granddaughter

I II'Circuit Court dog. The dog would not some winter after ChristmasI will come past to pick me up

MEAT CORING Top Price fight, so I called Gabby to I!i iI may sign up, get my shots j and take me to church. I

I come home. He started back and passport and go to faraway j have not had the station wagon -

i/I I i Begins MondayContinued Of 45 CentsA and almost got hit by a car. j places. i out this week.

i He dodged back just in timeS' I still get lots of cards and ;; Each morning after break-

oj top price of 45 cents 8'' S I to save his neck. I was so letters. They have followedme fast and dishes done, I read

--SMOW- [ From Page One] pound was received at the I ml.- 'Iy J.Uifl1 8urqess A(06r( --- I scared. j, all about. I got 10 today. I my Bible and devotional

J forgery and uttering a forgery first pecan auction of the:sea- PONCA. NEBR.: I So far I have managed to | It made me hap?l. j I II I booklets and say a prayer. My

I after he pleaded guilty to son held at the Starke Farm- ,!, I prepare myself three meals a ''I Gabby is barking and can !!1. tears are dried and I feel bet

each charge. The sentence Is ers Market last Thursday. Wherein I: ponder on, the keep them back. I feel so I day. I am always hungry for stand on his hind legs and'' ter, but still feel lonely on

FLORIDA COLD STORAGE to run concurrently with one A total of 20,105 poundswas strange ways ,of life, I take 'a helpless and I do not know breakfast and I have bacon look out the windows. He sees this Saturday evening.

he ,is now serving on the sold, with prices ranging! walk with my,dog to ease the, what to do. and eggs and toast and cof boys and dogs. I went to the !i All my love God bless you

same charge, the judge stipu- from 20 to 45 cents. The average pain .of "memory.Should .. S I tried taking Gabby a walk. fee. I have been eating prunes beauty shop this afternoon. I every oneDOSYLING'S -
\ .1357 W. Beaver Street lated. price was 34 cents a you go first and I We walked down town and too. I have a light supper usually I I I

I 1 Jacksonville Fla. Leo DeSue Jr., Negro, was pound. remain then down Main Street to the a soup or milk and j
sentenced to two years for Market Manager J.R. Wainwright One thing I'd have you do; railroad tracks. I watched a I toast. I watch TV and wait :,'

p OPEN MON.-FRI. 8:00 TO 5:30 non-support but committment said that about, th Walk slowly down the. path freight train pull slowly by I for some of my sons family i ito '
was withheld provided he pays same volume of pecans was of 'death and counted: the box cars. drop in. I take a bath and'am

SATURDAYS TO 4:00 P. M. $10 per,week to his wife. sold at the first auction last For soon.. I'll' .::follow,- you. There were 49 of them. Just in bed never later than I
,Frederico Seminol Leon, year but the average price I'll-want'to.: now'. each step now while sitting at the win- nine. I sleep six hours and I I II II
.. PHONE EL 3-6147 state prison inmate, was sen- then was only 19 cents. He you-take". "> :. '. dow writing, another freight wake up. I just lie there ]

..: tericed to two years on an escape -I described this year's :first sale 'That! I'm t.W ]lkthe: same train went by with a long I awake awhile and think I j I

.... 4. charge. as a good one despite the 'For:-some day down' that string of cars. This is the things over awhile. I have:

.. ,. Earl Cecil Padgett pleaded short crop. .1 lonely:.road,- Pennsylvania Railroad. The I never wept at that hour. I ,

"" guilty to two charges-non- The VS. Department of Ag- You' will hear'me call your engine are all deisel. I I usually just try to be thankful '

:: II1fIS"II" support and possession of riculture has predicted that name. My son and family are all i I have no pain and do not

moonshine still and still -ap the Florida pecan crop this I think every married couple good to stop in and see me. I'I have to work hard now.

1 I paratus. He was given an indeterminate year will be only about a thirdof who shared-work__ and joys My. wants are few and' can I have been thinking of

: ',1Iv. rVA sentence of six last year's. and sorrows: wonder which buy what I need at present ,. late about that trip I had 2C
a months to two years on the Mahans brought the top will be taken first: I know I at the General Store downtown planned to go around the

'TV whiskey charge, and to two price of 45 cents at the first have talked to some who have They bring me eggs and j world. My sons wife found a

years on. the non.support sale. Fourteen buyers were expressed that- wonder..- '. In canned food and today i i travel bureau in Muncie a
count to run concurrently represented, from Florida, words. The above poem brings brought me cider apple cider.It I good sized city where she

158 with the first charge. Georgia, and Alabama. the tears for Don and'Iknownow does taste good Whoa- !. works. They plan lots of I .
Paul James Newsome pleaded The auctions will continue which' has "gone. This"Is there goes another freight. It"| tours. They also said they had !I

guilty to breaking and:"en each Thursday as long as Saturday evening and I can- is going slowly up the gradeas tickets for tramp steamer I II Ii TANSiARIES: C

tering and grand larceny and volume is sufficient, Wain- not help but feel lonely 'on if heavily loaded. I

was sentenced to an Indeter- I' wright said. these days for it was on Sat- The cars go past my house i.
minate period of six months Nuts should be brought to urday night just a little after 'so fast, it sometimes frightensme. I lished once a week for four I ORANGES

wm to 'two years. Because of his the market and weighed in before dark that Don was killed. It, If one got out of control County consecutive Telegraph weeks, a in duly Bradford qualified i|.

age, however, the judge recommended 12 noon. Sales start at brings an ache to my heart: they would wreck ones home.I newspaper published in i i
f the sentence be ser- 1 p.m. that cannot, be eased. .metears cannot let Gabby loose for Bradford County, Florida. j I

WINKLER ELECTRIC Inc. ed in the State Industrial will come and I cannotYou he wants to chase dogs and of WITNESS the Circuit my Court hand of as Brad-Clerk i I|, GRAPEFRUITEACH .

School for Boys. Lake Butler ford County, Florida, and the -
and each of you are here and you are hereby summonsed, j
seal of said Court at Starke, J I
Will by notified that a suit in equity ordered and required to file ':
Erect New Bradford County Florida on the
been by Institutefor written defensesto
has brought your answer or
A GOOD SELECTION OF USED TVs Completed 9th day of November 1962. i
Post OfficeMrs. Essential Housing; Inc., a the complaint filed herein
In Bradford corporation, as plaintiff in the against you in the office of the Circuit I
As Clerk of the
234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-4301 Circuit,Court of Bradford County Clerk of said Circuit Court in Court of Bradford County "
C. H. Driggers, Sr. was Florida, in Chancery, againstyou the County Court House at Florida. I
TV'SERVICE THE KIND YOU LIKE Work on a $222,790 secon- the successful bidder on a lease- and each of you as defendants Starke, Florida on or before (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) :'
in the above court the 17th day of December, 1962, I'
road improvement pro- HOLLIS V. KNIGHT Produce Market
rental aggreement with the U. and cause, to foreclose a mort- and to serve a copy of such an-
ject in Bradford County has S. Post Office Department fora gage'given by you to plaintiff swer OP defenses upon Hollis V.- Attorney Drawer F for Plaintiff I

Our, Telephone Number in the Yellow Pages of Our been completed, the State new post office in Lake But- recorded in Official Records Knight plaintiff's attorney Starke Florida Across From Setzer's
Road Department announced Book 20 at Pages 403-404 of the herein, whose address is P. O
Telephone Book is Listed Wrong-Please Check this.week. I ler. Public Records of said Brad Drawer F Starke Florida, on or 11-15 4t 12-6

'. Regular Section for Correct Number.FLORIDA. The building, to be locatedat ford County upon the.following before said date as required by ,
.. Ralph Powers of Lake City, decribed property situate in the laws of Florida and the --- -
Road Board member for Dis- the northwest corner of said. county" to-wit Florida Rules of Civil Procedure -
Orange and Liberty Streets The South 132 feet of E% If you fail to do so a decree -
trict Two, said the work
was will contain Interior of SWK of NW& of NEU pro confesso will be enter-
in two parts on graded roads space of Section .84, Township 5, ed against you for the relief demanded -I
I and totaled 6.9 miles. Of 1,600 square feet, a plat- South, Range 22 East, together in the complaint.It .
Dedan Church 'Road was form of 120 square feet, anda with its tenementsand is hereby ordered that this
paved between State Road 18 paved area of 3,020 square app r enances., order and notice shall be pub- I
feet for parking, loading etc.I I I
east of Brooker and State
iO Words or less, one time ._ .95 Memorials, Resolutions ac per won
Road 18 at Graham.' Paving building will be leasedto --- ---
on State Road S-225-A'- the government for ten If not paid in advance __________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words ______ !.M

tween State Road S-225 west years at an annual rental of Keyed or Blind Ads ----------- 1.00 Over 50 words ____h. --.. -- 5c per wor* I

of Lawtey and State Road S- $2,000 BUC K'SGROcERY Each additional wont over 20 ______ 03 Display ails in Classified ____u 1.50 per IJu'IIa I

0(0. '. 125 was also completed.
-THEATRE- Work on this project, in ad- FOR RENT -Nicely furnished {
cottages 3 or 4 rooms. Quite HASTINGS MATTRESS
dition to paving, included
Frank E. Fier and EvaR
Opening, Time: clearing, grading, paving and Fier, his wife.Defendants.. I & MARKETHalf Christian people. E. BessentAv. FRillRead & UPHOLSTERY'ORIS I
I ... Phone 969-1545. tfchg.
Sunday-2 P. M. Mon. Thru Fri.-5:45 P. M. the construction of drainage a Florida.corporation, --- 710 Lemon St. Palatka

structures.S. NOTICE Plaintiff.OP SUIT II Mile North Of City Limits--U. S. 301 I REDUCED INSURANCEAT RATES Furniture Repaired,
M. Wall Co. of Gainesville THE Upholstered & Refinished
was the contractor Frank Fler his E.wife Fier whose and residence Eva R.\ OPEN 7 DAYS-7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. I DOYLE E. CONNER The Classifieds! MATTRESSES REBUILTNew


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c- 0 CIRCUIT OF TUB STATE OF to file your answer or SUNNYLAND C I ___ tfchg_ FOUND AMONG TIlE and Box SpringsDrop
I TitlE'L. :; r FLORIDA. IN AND'FOR written defenses. if 'any, in the u Vs A Card Call \
,, S .. BRADFORD COUNTY. IN above proceedings with the PICNICS, "LB. ,. FOR SALE- One acre on Rd. CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL or
".",", ,,,,,_: CHANCERY. Clerk of this Court and to servea 16 fStarke-Raifordl at corner AT THE TELEGRAPH PALATKA EA 5-9166
j I
Mid-State Investment copy thereof upon the Plain.
Pleasant Grove giade. Abstract
I F Corporation, tiff's attorney whose name and GRADE!! 'A" S S i with title OFFICE FOR A FREE STARKE 964-5934 i
perfect high dry
"- __-Y- No. 13.188 address appears hereoir, on or : MRS. PEGGY SIIALLER
ONIiMAScoP:;;! before the 29 dav of Nov. 196%. and cleared. For desirable residential TICKET TO THE FLORI-

The being nature a suit of for this foreclosure proceeding FRYERSSMOKED LB. I use only. $2,500.00 I DA THEATRE. _Starke-w___-L Agent -
Hollis: V. Knight, 131 West
on a mortgage on the following
; Plus "Birds, Of A Feather" Cartoon described real property lying Call. St. Starke Fla. tfchg. FOR SALE-200 feet on Law- WE DON'TSeIl
and .being in Bradford' i -- we help buy.
County! LISTINGS WANTED All tey-Kingsley Lake Road nearKelly's you you
Florida. twit: LBS.$ Good selection of and
., Begin at the South East Corner ''I SAUSAGE 3 00 typesStrout Realty. P. O. "Night Limit. $485.00- I new
-' of the South Half of the Box 307 Starke. Phone 468- Hollis V. Knight, 131 West used 8' and 10' wide Mobile t

Saturday-November 17 South Southeast East Quarter Quarter of of the the I I GROUND SAUSAGE 1766. _ tf chg Call St. Starke, Fla.- --tfchg- Homes *
o Northeast Quarter of Section! FOR RENT-4 room furnished Mrs. Mildred King LAKE GENEVATRAILER 1 I
Double Feature Program 22. Township 6 South Range MEAT .4 LBS. i apartment with private PARK 1
l 22 East, Bradford County,I' 3 bath. Mrs D. L. Silcox. 331 FOR SALE -Large Coleman I mi. SE ot Keystone Hts. f
thence continue West a distance Clark St. Phone 969-2281. circulating heater. Good condition -
: NO. 1 NO.2- of 150 feet to a point on Route 100
BEEF 734 N. Thompson SLtfchg
'. thence run North a distance o. i-_ _ tfchg tfchg
100 feet to a point thence run FOR SALE i
: A Walloping Wow East a distance of 150 feet to LIVER 3 LBS. YOUR WAITRESS ;
I a point: thence run South a Ready mix concrete, concrete
make the down payment on a in Garden Restaurant. *
distance of 100 feet to the
block piers, fence posts, sand
!i '' -::' ( Of A Jam-P cked point of beginning. Said land : beautiful new Bulova at tfchg
(' PORK cement,mortar mix,rock,steel _ _ _
being located in Bradford Dahmers Discount
._ "... House.tfchg BE SURE tfsee WORLD :
1 1Ftlmi
County Florida. I LBS. oyster shell limerock, and roof :
Western! DONE and ORDERED ati I LIVER 3 BOOK before buying any en- |.
51.TO Starke, Bradford County, this !. gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg FOR RENT Furnished Apartments cyclopedia. M. A, Payne, your
%5 day of Oct. 196Z.CHARLES I Bradford Engineering Co. i 1 & 2 bedrooms I "local
representatfre. 1958.
: DeaN MllTiI George O'Brien I A. DARBY i DIXIE LILY -- we pav lights and water. Con- Roy fins since
Clerk Circuit Court.i : R. N. Sunderland- Ph Qr.4.nJ4: < tfch
tact 431 Center St. or Bullington
By: Marian L. Crosby, D.C. FLOUR,10 lb. print bag 99c : Appliances. Phone Day FOR RENT6 rooms. 2 bath
Stooges house
Attorney for Plaintiff Representing 8 Manufacturers 9646551. Night 9647191.tf Block from
211 Jackson Street ROYAL as low as $385.00 down' chg school large yard. Key next I

ftfmft1IAWF NDKIISM IN Tampa.11-1 it 11-Florida%% LONG GRAIN RICE .- 5 lbs. 59c on New 55 x 10 wide. We trade' COLONIAL FLORIST door at 210 E. Adkins St. tfchg ,

I: for anything. 7 years financ- Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. FURNISHED Ai'AiflMENTfor

: JIM DANDY I6A. .. It : -ing- with-- -low. payments.- .. ..HYWY. --- Flowers wired any place. Flowers -I rent.. Rear. of store .3.21 J
NO. 11. East Paiatka dial 328- Temple Ave. Phone 9692981.tfchg.
for all occasions locally.
GOLDRAIDERS Just visit our store JUDGE, BRADFORD I! (HUTS - 5 LBS. -1050-) -or 3252048.-,- --tfchg.-- Phone 964-6291. 506 East Nona _ _
COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN ..-:= FOR SALE- Roomy 3 bed- St. tfchg FOR RENT -Nice two bed-

..TuSKKICOLOR. : PANAVISION Nothing to write In PROBATE.Re: Estate of I CABIN HOME i room finished house on raved room concrete block residence.
$ rcs-oft WARNER BROS, Claude Lucian May. deceased. j II st. at S.A.L. Depot in Starke. FEYTON FLORIST Unfurnished, near school. $50
'? I f.A'JY! : 8RAVO(1SLEXR1R! \ IMI Nothing to buy! T.HartBC AU Creditors; Claims aid.r Demand Penoatj I IAIrlaat MEAL5LBS. i Plumbing, hot water, new wiring 119 8. THOMPSON ST. per month. Hollis V. Knight. '

,.1. r 'Ccl r.ElSKLES1Ee Said EstatesYou j new floors and completely PHONE 964-4155 tfchg \
"- :"tSRs 1IIC ItI1QII B and each of you are here 1 : repainted at Shell prices and NOW F.IIJL-VJI. HOMES
complete display of by notified and required to present -i NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022
See our VAN CAMP NO. 21/2 CAN'S terms. Hollis V. Knight 131

.... ... the newest Cdotex tcousU- any you or claims either and of you.demandswhich may I PORK & BEANS 4 99c West Call St. Starke DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe NEW HOMES-BRICK, I
Plus '"The Fighting Men" Cartoon cal ceffins! .... Check your have against the estate of Claude i cans Wire Flowers Anywhere 1
:, choic OB &fry form and Lucian May, deceased. late of'' tfchg CJJ., FRAME {
bav.ftYIidkta&byoIsofour said County to the County Judge I : SUNNYLAND FOR RENT House trailer. : ..
of, Bradford County. Florida, at I, Can be moved on your own REGISTER NOW for adult VA-$50 Down-FUA
'nleamea. Nothing *'.' his office In the courthouse ofsaid PURE LARD -. / gal. jar 49c lot. J. B. White, phone 964- :I evening classes. Mail
I your 3%Down S
: Iwt County at Starke, Florida.
Sun. Mon. Tues. Nov. 18 19 20SCENES to do-ao jti4 tt. Eaw
., within six.calendar months from I 1651. 2tchg 11-8 course selections to L. H. Gib I
,to write./ the.time of the first publication .I GOOD ALL MEAT SUNNYLAND son. Drawer 100. Starke. 2.00 I DESIGNED FOR MODERN
f .
,.-----I-.. _.Wu .. LtUJ .. ,.. I 011 this notice. Each claim or de-\ :, FOR SALE: I II fee per course. Negro adults LIVINGLA
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You may win a mand shall b* in writing and 49c contact Prof. Thompkins R J. j
: ALL THE YOUNG LOVES AND SENSATIONAL ceiling for a shall post state office the place address of residenceand of the I I I Model Home i i I E. School. tfchg RUE CORPORATION J JJ

claimant, and shall be sworn to ALL POPULAR BRANDSMILK.3tallcansfor ,
: ,FROM THE SMASH BEST-SELLER!I by the claimant, his agent or: IN BROOKER FOR RENT Furnished and JOEL HEARD PH. 984-8641 '
x ROOM attorney. and any such claimor I - 39c unfurnished apartments. Also
I. I- 12 14 demand not so filed shall be: I Available Immediately unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom Inquire at 301 E. Call St.
: void. Filing fee of $1.00 must i $300 DOWN houses. Reasonable rent.W. H.
; accompany each claim filed I NEW CROP.SWEET Mrs. Eva Scott
---- Nollman. Starke. tfchg
.Frk Wiathli contort and y eeiv* famous Huh-Ton administrator of the i PHONE COLLECT partment. Private hoc
I SALE. Call 964-5951 after 5 bath
of Claude Lucian
Acoustical Ceiling in your May Estate, deceased. I: GA. RED Starke 964-8641 p.m. tfchg I water, bedroom living room,
choc of patten. And h'by First pubUcation October'25.19C2. .! .1 large kitchen and dinIng ar.
Celotex- fameta natae TOMATOES cans . $1.00 LOST COURTESY CARDS FOR SALE Simmons place ea. 3% blocks from Post Of
In acoustical product for THOMAS &; PIERCEAttorneysat.Law I I Have no value except to dealer. 715 South Westmoreland St. fice. Call 964-5541 after 5:30:

.Tec 87 year Yo*can easily 201-203 North Temple Ave., I' SOUTHERN Tom's Shell Service, 435 Priced for quick sale. Owner in the afternoon. Itchg

.ImtaD th* ceiling yourdL Starke.10-25 4t Florida 11-15 I PEACHES 5 cans - $1.00 E. Madison, Starke. Reward leaving town. For information A WATKINS ROUTE In this ,i
contact Williams Jewelers.
__ I I offered. 2tchg 11-15 area is open for semi-retired ;

_Pnnfpst....--.-. rinsps---- -Nov..-.. -17... IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF1! FOREMOST NEW BRICK HOME In Key- : tfchg. man or lady Many semiretired -

-I .. Register at our Booth at time devoted to the busi
Bradford County Fair. AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY -. \.' tL. 8:30 Call after
-' construction. Large borderedlot. : ajn. 3 p.m.
Maybe Qualify.
I ISlAI FORECLOSURE. CASE. $69.85 monthly, $400 down I 964-4993. Mrs. Culbertson Itp For personal interview In your
_ irE I'IIEHNS N. 13153.Institute Place Your Order For Your Call collect Starke. 964-8641, FOR SALE. area. write J. H. McGarity.Williston .
MlCaUl 00lAN I CUff RDBEHISON l.wdfS! MarJHIHUR I NfCK AIWdS i iAS Starke Builders for EssenitaIHousing \ LaRue Corp. 2tchg 11-15 & Petunia Pansy.Plants.Calendula Mrs. V.- Florida 4tchg 12-6 I
G.RlS : Inc., a corporation,
--suzy PARKER)( I MAYA HARAREETIAHHE HaM I SIffANIE pOs -vs-Pl&lntUf., .v. '.t I THANKSGIVING TURKEY \, FOR plants. SALE See William- Strawberry Silcox 1 R.Hwy.Ferguson 16 Raiford, 2 ml Road north! Ph.on 'I FOUND, -one-eye Black dog.male Owner Pekinese I

JDDY msamBlY SAYAW rKAY SIMNSI& B\w.DAYID Supplies Inc. Norma Gertrude< Brown and mile east of Starke Road 16. 964-5571. 3t chg 11-29 may claim by paying board \
\ SWift NOW!
_ fIInUR\ CIIfCYED II't Geraldine Marie Blount I Itp 50,000 BTU Coleman Oil and advertising cost. Contact I
_ =, = I ROBERT COHH I DAVID SWIFT II ccttJ1.fB1A PlCTm RB.fASE.ll each single Defendants. $169.95 Quaker Oil circulating Heater for sale. A-I condition City Police. itehg

;___-. L__IjjU In i_':::= ir L _,; Phone 9644201 NOTICE OF SUIT i We have all items you will need t heater with fan and booster. $35. Phone 964-0043,1519 Rai- FOR SALE Oil circulating I
.... ) -- In 'The Names of the State of : Like new for $99.95. Others ford Rd. lip I heat tank, and;stand. $50.
Plus Calling All Cockoos" Cartoon Next to SAL Depot Florida: To ,Norma Gertrude:: (eHoliday Fruit Cakes. from $39.95 up. Dahmer's Discount Francis Campbell,-Lawtey,
Brown and Geraldine Marie House. Itchg Mrs. H. L. Hough phone 782-3845. Itpw
Blount. each single; 1 .1
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Bradford. County !Telegraph: _

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___,' :. :.. J ::.__- s.- :: STARKE;FLORIDA THURSDAY NOV. IS. 1968

-.- ..... -.-.- _. W. Tompkins, on her birthday TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf shacks crows- well any- had a grand time roasting VVYYVVYYYYYYYVYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Band in a concert, Tuesday vited to attend.

-He remained until Friday. thing that likes pecans even weiners and marshmallows. ,NEWS OF 'INTEREST TO COLORED night, Nov. 20. -at 8 o'clock in Mt. Moriah Methodist

RAIFORD Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tom- CLAY HILL coons there aren't many left Among the visitors Were-Rev. the RJE cafetorium. Everyoneis Church Rev. L. H. McLendon
linson of Raiford are the of what we started out with! Charles Redding and, family CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY invited to help with the pastor. Regular services were

proud parents of a baby";boy.Mr. We are glad to learn that of Raiford. The evening exercises proceeds which will go for held Sunday starting with
'- - 67 Mrs. J. L. StrfckluidtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
.' and Mrs. Alvin Dobbs M. T. [Clarence]Knight, pastor .were closed "with sing (By Elizabeth OIYea8J.AAAAA..A..A.A..A&AA.A.AA. band uniforms. There will be Church School at 9:30. with
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Red-: of Palatka visited his parents, of the Clay Hill church, ing. All expressed having a AA&&&&&&&&& a donation and a door prize. Mrs. Essie! Holland in charge.At .

dish and children, Mrs. J. Mr..and Mrs. J.'O. Dobbs last Rudolph Whitehead has recovered I is slowly improving from the very pleasant evening.: The students of RJE;High place with 65. A Turkey Shoot will also be 11 a.m. Rev., Mrs. Holland

O.: Dobbs, and Mrs. Emaline Sunday from his recent sur- I recent heart attack he suf- Bridal Shower School elected Glory Edith The new Quen will be sponsored by the Band Pa- ,and Rev. Obey DeSue were in

., Dockery of Raiford attended Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dobbs gery to be able to be back at i fered, but he is in the hospitalyet A bridal /shower was given Cummings as Miss RJE for crowned during the annual rents Club on Nov. 23 and 24 charge of services in the absence -

a birthday dinner in honor of had,as guests last Friday Mrs.E. work again. and we understand he for 'Miss'Ethel Bennett of' the'1962.63'school term. She, Coronation Ceremony on Dee [Thursday and Friday] at the of the pastor who is ill.

Mrs. Sam Whitehead of G. Knight, and Mrs. Lee James Brooks, soninlawof will be there for some time Lawtey Friday night at the is an honor student and member -' 14 in the school auditorium. Legion grounds. Come out and but is reported to be improVe
; Starke last. Sunday. This occasion Harrell'and children of Gain- Lunnie Padgett, is home yet. We hope he is soon able home, of Mr..and Mrs. James of the. Senior. Class and: Honor Roll try your shooting skill. ing greatly. Love Feast was

was celebrated at the I esville. Virginia ,and Pam returned from the hospital in Jackson- to be back at home and a well Griffis. Those sponsoring: the has .entered this contest on' The following made the first Church NewsGreater held. Evening service was held

home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. to Gainesville with ville where he had to have a man again. shower were Mrs. Rachel Pres- two previous occasions, Winning six weeks honor roll in the Bethlehem Free at 6:30 with Rev., Robert Dell

Whitehead. 1. them for the weekend. skin graft on his left fore- HIGHLAND cott and Ruth Griffis. There second place honor each 2nd grade: Carnell Williams Will Baptist Church. Rev. Mc- in charge. '

Ernest Hewitt of Tallahassee Rev. Allen Price visited his arm. He works on one of the We are glad Mrs. ,Geneva. were about 25 guests present. time. Glenda Jerden, Clarence O. Kay pastor,will hold services Rev. Damon Den and Mrs.

visited friend and relatives parents. Mr, and Mrs. R. A. drag lines in Jacksonville and Bailey is able to be back from After some games and other'entertainment This year's' election fulfiled Price, and Joan Dean. Mrs. A. Sunday starting with Sunday Mabel Bryant attended fun-
I here last Saturday.Mr. Price, in Gainesville Saiurday. got tangled with the cable on her daughter's home in Jack- refreshments her dream of being queen of G. Moffett, teacher. School at 8:45: with Mack eral services Sunday for Mrs.
and Mrs. L B. Wade of Mrs. Hazel Perdue and the drag received two broken, sonville. As all probably remember were served and the young her school by presenting her Band Parent Club Lee in charge. All young peo- Luella.Jackson, mother of the
Raiford spent weekend mangled fingers on his left lady opened her presents. ple are invited to attend and late Mrs. Bertha Dell, in Nashville -
the <:\, children of Jacksonville spent ; she suffered a heart with 103 votes. Her two opponents The Band Parents Club met
visiting their mothers Mrs. hand and his left forearm was Ethel is kell known in Lawtey, take part. The evening service Ga.Greater.
the weekend with Mrs. Per- attack some time ago, was in found the second Monday night with the president -
: Lura Wade of Amuchee Ga., due's father, Raiford.Reddish, fastened to the drum which the hospital for some time, and a well loved young: lady.' place position quite difficult Mrs. Alma Jenkins presiding -. will be at 6:30.: Weekly sche- Allen Chapel A.M.

I and Mrs. Alice Montgomeryof and their aunt Mrs. Bessie was very hot. Before he couldbe then had to stay with her She makes her home with Mr. to attain. This was a see-saw The club is working dule as follows: Monday night, E. Church, Rev. I,. A. Sampson -

Lafayette, Ga. Sapp. ed released the arm was burn- daughter until she could recover and Mrs. Harry Wilkinson in ,battle all the way. hard 'to secure funds to purchase Senior rehearsal and the pastor. Regular pastoralday
Mrs. Leonard Sapp of Jack- Mrs. Myrtle Sapp had as so badly it required a skin sufficiently to return Lawtey.. She is to marry! Carl Winifred Sherman won'sec- uniforms for the band president asks-all members to will be observed Sunday

sonville was the Saturday weekend guests-Mr. and Mrs. graft. The arm is healing home. Norman son of Mr. and Mrs. ond place with 67 votes, and members. It is divided into please be present. Tuesday starting with Sunday School

guests of Mrs. Aida Kelly and Freddie Cox and children of nicely, but the fingers are We learned that Lon Pres- 1 Leonard Kotmin, in the near Barbara Hankerson took third sections: Starke, Lawtey, Lin- night the "Faithful Few Club 1 at 9:45.: Fannie Bell Frailer
'! Mrs. Belle McCormick" giving quite a bit of trouble future. will meet, with the Story
Jacksonville.Pvt. coln and
cott has suffered a severe City, Hampton. The in charge. Morning service, 11
Mr and Mrs..Theodore Ro James Lessig. who is yet.Aunt heart attack and is in the cliaflei'Mosley i has been on, Starke group made a partial Hour time. Wednesday night
seer had as weekend guests stationed ,in Parts France, Babe Padgett has been Lakeside Hospital. We hope the sick list for a few days the banner with a grade.of 97 report. We hope all sections general Prayer Meeting. Visitors a.m. and evening service at 8p.m.
Mr., and Mrs. suffering with a cold for some but able to attend percent: .with the pastor in charge
again weloome.
Jack Cason of has asked that all his friends this isn't as severe as it seems was will work hard for this pro- always 'l'b1l1'8daynight
time. As all The Training Union holds
I Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. write him. His address is: will probably remember at the present time. church Sunday. ject. the Ladies Circle will All members and friends invited -
she about the same number
as we
Cecil Addison of St. Augus- Pvt. James Lessig, RA 14286- est citizen is Clay Hill's old- The Highland Sunday Our number !hi Sunday have had for several Sundays.We The band will play Friday meet at the home of sister to attend these services.
being 93
tine, ,and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. 611 Co..A 76 Signal Bn., Army years School came up last S }da1. afternoon at the Pair, and Luiza Linsey at 8 pm. Friday -
old. A few Sundays ago just School had the weiner roastSaturday. do, have interesting lessons -
APO 58, N. Y., N. Y. We back to 63 again. night the Prayer Band,will
Sap pf were
.Lawtey. will play Saturday for Lake
( about 53 relatives called at night in spite of the but YOU can make them POINT for the
meet at the home of sister THE RIGHT
Mrs.: Belle Addison of Jacksonville -
Rev. Malcolm Tompkins of the Yougan's house, the son Aunt cold weather, and we under- Some of these were visitors, of more interesting by attendingand Butler's Homecoming game inbake way ran write. Come in and
was Tuesday night Sarah Prince. night
Orlando came last Thursdayto Babe lives with now, to see stand there was quite a large course. Anyway we had 40 helping with them. We' Butler. All parents and elect favorite ESTER-
guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. the I Can Circle will meet at your
visit his mother Mrs. E. Tompkins Sr. Aunt Babe, and the other crowd present- we didn't go! one hundred percent mem- _will look for more next Sunday friends are- invited to witness BROOK Fountain Fen. TELEGBAPH. -
the home of sister Prince also
members of the family. Some the performance.The .
Mrs. Sue Vandivere and little The children [old and young] bers. The_ Primary class won .
from Cocoa, Middleburg, and club is sponsoring the ,All members and friends In-
son of Jacksonville spent
Tuesday with her grandmother -
Eugene Austin of Highland
Mrs. Alice Cason.
came out to cut some wood
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bloods-
for us Saturday afternoon, and
worth had as their Sunday
the first go-round he cut his
: guests of Mr. and Mrs.Quinten i
j finger on some barbed wire
Bloodsworth and baby and
so we had to administer a TURKOL-OCY
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Good- CONTESTWin
little first aid. He went on td
CharleyE. man and daughter, all of Lake
Butler. i cut the wood- and broke the
.t 1 chain to his saw. Looks like
Mr. and Mrs. Giles Tomp-
this was his day of bad luck.
kins and children of Jackson-
John and Betty Brumbelowof
Johns '
ville spent Sunday with his
Jacksonville were calling on
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.

about this question: Tompkins.Mr.. and. Mrs. Elson Bran- Dad Faye and England Mom Strickland and family and A For '

Sunday. John said they had. Turkey ThanksgivingRead
nen of Lake City were Mon- I
9Ve are stocking our store day night supper guests of his not seen any frost or ice inI .
Jacksonville, but if they had ,
heavily for the. Christmas brother-in-law.and sister, Mr. r
i been here a little earlier that
iseasonahead. and Mrs. W. B. Bloodsw rtt.
We need.full morning, they could have
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mikell!
fire insurance protection seen some. We had enough to
and sons of Lake City visited
make you cold, at least! .
against business interruption Mrs. Mikell's parents, Mr. and (4- .. "
I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Aus- ,
Mrs. Earl Dobbs, last Satur
liability coverage for tin of Highland visited a snort .

customer injuries, theft day.Mrs.. Mildred Sapp of Rai- while with the jStricklands The Rules : How To Win
Sunday afternoon.
insurance can .your ford is spending a.., few days !' .
Some men have been out
with her brother, Joe Dilmans .
fill the entire bill
agency ? this way looking for pecansto
and family of Jacksonville.

Charley E. Johns The 'many friends of Mrs. buy..If anyone doesn't have Any reader of The Telegraph is-eligitrie t +' Each space below represents some

Richard Markham of Heil- any more than we do, they .',

Agency bronn Springs would like to sure will be disappointed. After to'enter this contest, and the first y prominent- business firm or person oftwo.peeafl
PHONE 964-0121 express their'sympathy at the 'we divide with the flying .-
loss of her husband,. Richard squirrels Blue Jays, Sham- .;; -
131 S. Walnut.-St. 1;" ?;). C\ '
-- -- ; =snbsiiUins-the correct: : i :' pfa dtT'7 i--'iflt th eeram6k"d
'.Markham:,; ., _. or : ; .' 'r' J' ,.acum
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'" .. 1\\ nearest'correct,answer'will be awarded :" and arrange them to, spell the firm's


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incoospicuou* aid. k COSMETIC BATH MAT '
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P.... .pare, In these outstanding DENTAL EXCedrin' HAik dRESSI G HAIR TONIC
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i OF i FRU TY AKE MATEREALSR'NUTS ETC.j ves V S 0 Xo 121S5.ItastHute FORECLOSURE for. Essenital CASE

,I I I JELLIES Housing Inc., a corporation
1 j. IIIIIIIIIilllll' '- ""' Ilillllllllllllllllllll ..... -VaNorma-
lilliinnillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllinillllllll llllin{ Gertrude Brown and '
I 1 j BAWH6MEW5{ QUANTITY Geraldine Marie Blount,

RIGHTS IA'Jt FAd10USBRgry DS each single, ,

I In The Name of the State of
Florida: To Norma Gertrud
522 Brown and Geraldine Marie
} Blount each single: "
fROAD BREASTED ys You and each of you are here-
:, by notified that a suit in quty
TIM has been brought by Institutefor
I Essential Housing, Inc.. a
I 's corporation, as plaintiff, ia ,the
I t I:j Circuit Court of Bradford Coun-
\ ', \ ty, Florida, in Chancery, againstyou
i : and each of you as defendants -
WHOLE in the above co.grt
I' lD-16lBS and cause, to foreclose a mort-
gage given by you to plaintiff
L6. W E recorded in Official Ree -:.d9
I OB OBI Book 20 at Pages 103-404 of the
Public Records o( said Brad
i ford County upon the following
'I SE TiER S I 4 C said decribed county property to-wit: situate.. in

The South 132 feet of E%
of SWV4 of NW% of NEK
I I e
of Section 34, Township 5,
ARMOUR-- South Range 22 East, together -
i BONELESS CANNED with its tenements
LEWIS BRAND and appurtenancesand
QUICK FROZEN GRADE A you are hereby summonsed,
ordered and required to. file
f I HAMS your written answer or defenses
j G 5 BAKING HENS to the complaint filed herein
I TIME AS against you in the office of-the
I I ,. Clerk of said Circuit Court in

i'''', PRICES GOOD BLUE RIBBON QUALITY FRESH Starke the County Florida Court, on or House before at

THROUGH 4 Lls$299 the 17th day of December, 1362,
afar&Fla. UIil and to serve a copy of such answer -
r or defenses upon Hollis V.
.. Knight, plalAtiff's attorney
herein, whose address Is P. O.
i Drawer F Starke, Florida, on or
/ before said date, as.required by
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Florida Rules of Civil Proce-

6&tf Thll W k BLUE RIBBON BEEF FLA. OR GA. GRADE A FRESH dure.pro If you confesso fail tq will do be so entered a decree --

IS ee against you for the relief demanded -
SiE1N g.s in the complaint.It .
is hereby ordered that this
MORTON FROZEN :; FRYER TRS order and notice shall be pub
lished once a week for four
UNIT' TALMADGE PRUDENS CO. consecutive weeks' in BradfordCounty

whe4a Telegraph, a duly qllallI -
Uwfv tR Mfc UKitfKAB1SCO HAM 89C fled in
FRUIT PIES LB. I; newspaper
LEGS OR ] Bradford County, Florida. .'
WITNESS my hand as Clerk
8. i FARMER GRAY.SMOKEDSAUSAGE57c, CHICKEN LIVER tB 59c BREASTLB. i of the Circuit Court of Bradford -
County, Florida, and the
t ; I seal of said Court at Statue
$ Bradford County, Florida on the
,PEACH 9th day.of November' 1962.
As Clerk of the Circuit
.f fOR Court of Bradford County


i SAUSAGEL.39c RIB STEAKS .9. Attorney Drawer F for Plaintiff

1P.OCIADLES.. ..- : 39c LB. C Starke 11-15 ,4t Florida 12-6

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"0' LEO 2 29c MAXWELL HOUSE : } I\: \ '.I'I Mid-State Corporation:: investment

-vs- No. 13,15
I Frank E. Fier and Eva
COFFEE R Kier, his wife,
mjr.B .+, i Defendants
a Florida corporation,

lUAYFAIR' Frank E. Fier and Eva R.
LB i Fier his wife, whose residenceis
cheese 27'JUYFAIR ''J unknown, ,
to file your answer, or
'F written defenses, if any, in the
LIMIT4V ...,::1 303 above proceedings with the
",-* i Clerk of this Court, and to servea
COTTAGE CH. ? PZ 2ge YOUR CHOICE CAN copy thereof upon the Plain-
u Food FairCoffeeSj; .. a tiff's attorney, whose name and
WITHSS.00 ( t,. r. ;: 1 address appears hereon, on or
JEYWEST MEATY before the 29 dav< of Nov. 19 Z.
f. .. I The of this
\FOOD ORDER \J5; nature proceed-
I I ing being a suit for foreclosure
'SHRIMPsnnmiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiii1. LB.89c \\ t ",Lr< LIMIT -2 WITH FOOD ORDER I, on a mortgage on the following lying;
K'" described real property
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k ; 4MYRR and being in Bradford County

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ner of the South Half of the
Southeast of the
DELUXE Northeast Quarter of Section
: ALL PURPOSE SPICED PEACHES 2 : 549CKING 22, Township ( South, Range
OYSTERS 89 C 22 East, Bradford County,
: < y GO SHORTENING NAPKINS' COLE WHOLE CUT CAKE thence continue West a distance -
\ of 150 feet to a point
thence run North a distance 01
i ;CEDAR KEY FRESH CAUGHT .1..1; SWEET POTATOES ) CAHFREMAR 19C 100 feet to a point tbence run
l luiii CRISCO REG25C son East a distance of 150 feet to
t. i ET 2 LBS. 25 a point; thence run South a
1ge distance
.LIMIT-2 WITH MIXES of 100 feet to the
'. iLKTAiL point of beglnn ng. Said land
NNy/{ FO DORDER 5 CANia being located in Bradfor

County, Florida.
0 25 day of Oct 191%.

With the purchase dSt. IS PUPKIN' SWEET TENDER By: Marian Clerk L.Circuit Crosby Court.D.C.
Joseph Bottle of 100 HARRY M. HOBBS
I I ASPIRIN LB. C GREEN GIANT PEAS 5 c s M 100 3 Attorney 211 Jackson for Street Plaintiff

300TALU ,
CAN + I Tampa
NIBLET 11.1 4t 11-22
At Our Regular low Prices* LIMIT -1 3 : 25 7 19 OZPJCG5 I

;- EXPIRES 11-21-62 27 YOUR CHOICE __ CANS.. WHO. KERN. CORN 6 120Z CANS '100 ,I ,_


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J Re: Estate of
O MERCHANTS o Claude Lucian May deceased.
Grttn Slants T* All Creditor sad PersonIlavlag
1 Claim or Demand
With the purcha of WILSON'SQUALITY ,RED EMPEROR Aiaiat Said Estates

'' fi Ib. Lids Fair ((66% Fruits & Nub) SHORTENING by You notified and each and of required you are to beVe present .

any claims and demand
FRUIT CAKE which you or either of yon may
2 have against the estate of Claude
A! Our Regular low Prket *a AKE-RITE Lucian May, deceased, late 'of
1. eA, said County to the County Judgeof
EXPIRES 11-21-62 28 i Bradford County, Florida,'at
hU office in the courthouse of
LBS said County at Starke, Florida,
srt within six calendar months from
00 000000( OP OPBOO0OPWP9WVOOkLJ the time of the. first publication
I o0! this notice. Each claim or de-
mand shall be in writing and
Q MERCHANTS shall state the place of residenceand
Greea Stamps post office address of the
RED DELICIOUS I claimant, and shall be sworn toby
With the ol the claimant, his agent 'or
purchase LB. |
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FRESH CRISP PASCAL attorney. and any such claim
I Our Ua&f 20 Oz, ( CAN :: APPLES ,' or demand not so filed shall 'be
void. Filing lee of $1.00 mast
: COTTON MOPe /Y\ 2STALKS I accompany each claim filed
CELERY 19 r with the County Judge.
At Our Regular low Prices LBS. RICHARD DALE: MAY
2 29c As administrator of the
EXPIRES It-21-62 Estate of Claude Lucian
1 1POIYBJU May, deceased.
First publication October IS,

L7 FRUIT' CAKE 19'j= POTATOESRED 3 29c Attorneys-at-Law 203-245 North Temple Ave

go : Y IUS. CREEK PEAS % TANGERINES 19-25 Starke; it, Florida 11-15 '
With 2 Ib.rhe Plumrosa purchase of + PAIR Mincemeat PIE a" 49 | .r. uwcs OCEAN SPRAY. WINDOW BOX FRESH

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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Pep Rally Homecoming;; 12-0 Wjn: Over r.; :J MELROSE Succumbs In UF' : Water Company ;

By, Mary 'K..Schaeffer x Big Parade Set t For 4 P. M. Friday. !Prang The Keystone pa !rit Ieight:j" I11'I i::;,,By:Mrs. Alice S Rothhammer f.Teaching HospitalJulius : Williams, Beam Qualify for CouncJ

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I *a LAAAALAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAAI' I Homecoming festivities for ing the half] time show, and period and helbTpnttb their i Christmas Bazaar Keystone Heights, died last A revision of Ordinance 66 and, i if.. o, how much.Cartdfrtotes .

Eastern S ar. Chapter should be marked for man or the Keystone Heights School some of the Gator cheerleaders -: lead- for a 12-0 w'in 'over orange -I, The Methodist Church will Friday after a month's illness to permit an increase in water' Qualify

flag .Puol Celebration 1 woman. and turned over to ( will get under way tonight will be on hand also. The Park's B team last Saturday -; held! its annual Christmas in the University of Florida rates was requested by the Only two candidates quali-

( OES 'Chapter No..'279 held Associate
& ;dial' lebration'. the Nov. Nicholson. colorful pep rally and bon fire crowned at this time with Alien ran 30 yards tosef building November 16 and 17 ville. A native of New York : a meeting of the Keystone two upcoming council seats to
6 meeting I will be held at the Reserva- her at-1'p I City, he was a retired treas- ; be filled in the' December 4
when Past Worthy : Woman's Club Plans :runners-up serving as UP the first touchdown at ten o'clock. Beautiful handwork I Heights town council Tuesday <

I Matrons and Patrons werehonored I Coming Invents I tion. tendants. Competing 'for this\",which was scored;! on a twoyard'run I| toys, aprons, and dolls | urer and director of Eastern night. election. Those whose names

and the chapter's I The Keystone Woman's club The Homecoming parade'will honor are: Roberta Sibley, by George Leath. 'i will be for sale, so do your ;, Industries in Hamden, Conn., 1 Through its attorney, Fre- will appear on the ticket are:

third": birthday anniversary' will hold their November luncheon be staged Friday after- Marguenta Float and Diane Lqter m t.hej..lperipd Allen ': Christmas shopping early. :- and a former director and incorporator 'mont Tolles. the water company incumbent councilman Gene

I waaobserved.. II III I meeting on Tuesday, noon at 4 o'clock. students in Brokas. The parade floats, will t closed a long drive by running There will also be a bake of Central Bank :. asked an upward revision Williams, and former councilman -
.*The colorful courtesy, was .. .Nov. 27, irf the' educational1 I the 'Junior and Senior high be seen again circling'the. ,over from"the ,10 for ant', sale and. lunch will be served. and Trust Co. in North Bras- i I of rates as follows: Bill Beam.: '

'extended toi Mis: Beatrice building of the Community schools have been working field at half time and"'the" other touchdown- from .11 ;jto 1 p.m. I ford, Conn. !I First 3,000 gallons $3. The other incumbent councilman

Schroeder as Past Worthy Church. A guest-,sp ak r from like'Trojans on floats for the KHS Cheerleaders will help I Keystone threatened several ,I A house-warming will be !1 Mr. Oestreicher was a veteran Next 3,000 gallons-30 cents whose' term is expirIng -

Matron of' Hillsdale Chapter the University of iFlorida ,will] spectacle which will have a keep thing- lively, of course. ,j| othil;times but penalties mar- held at the new parsonage:; on of World War I, a past per thousand. I:: M. L.:: Beasley, did not

548, Woodhaven :N., Y.. in 'talk on uilding Our Club': "Disneyland" thmre.'I!I After the game there will I I red the drives. The Indians : November 25. commander of the American- Next 4,000 gallons-25 cents :: qualify before the deadline

'1946.V; and Keystone .Chapter for the Futare." Every member -i At 8 pjn. the Indians will be a Homecoming Dance, 'wereon the Orange Park 10- i i Mr,, and! Mrs. Andrew P. Legion in New York City, a ;, per thousand. !I Tuesday night- Beasley. a for-

\ 1951-60; Ralph Crawford, Past will bring a guest. i meet Taylor High School in'; spononsored by the cheerleaders -''yard line when the' gamer end-:I Dunk are, the parents of a trustee of Benedict Memorial Next 10,000gallons 224i mer lon-time mayor was

Wofthy Patron of Arlington On December 11, at 2 p.m- : a six-ban game at the Reser ',: and! all students and their i led.I : *- 'S | son born Sunday, Nov. 4, in Presbyterian Church in New i cents per thous?nd. out of town and did not attend -

I Chapter 222 in 1951, and Key- the Keystone Heights Wo- I vation. parents will be welcome. \ Coach Roy Spradley tried ': Alachua General Hospital. He Haven, Conn., and a deaconin All over 20.00& gallons-20 ,- Tuesday's meeting.

storVChapter-in: .1959 toAprilM' man's Club will hold its annual : Forty members of the Ga-S I During the game, and also ; several combinations of play- '! has been named John Christ- i the Bedford Centrol Presbyterian -;. cents per thousand. I Dogs, Dog, Dog

i : : .Mrs. ,Edith,'Thornquist,''V Christmas tea and pro- : tor Banj from the Universityof at the dance, the Boosters ers ,as he' experimented with :, opher Stephen. The maternal Church of Brooklyn, The present rate is: The perennial problem of

Past, Matron date Florida will perform dur- Club will sell sandwiches.' I I grandparents Mr. and N. Y. running ak large in the
Worthy Mer- gram meeting. Keep"this I his lineup. All Keystone play-. are | First 7.000 gallons $2.50. dogs

riana,Park Chapter 194, St.I in mini I j!, ers saw action. 1 t Mrs. B. M. Robinson. i, Funeral. services were heldin j i Next 8,000 gallons 224 city! : was'..diseossed1... : and Mayor
Paul. Minn..in 1923, and who I Woman's Club members i ii 7:30: p.m.Alken Mrs. R. Cook; Mrs. Alma i ,The Indians will play 'a six;!' 'Earl Brice Jr. and Mr. and I : the Williams-Thomas Funeral cents per thousand. Walker urged all residents to

ha$ also served in.' Keystone i, gratefully thank Julius Hanj -J]i I Team Wins Frost co-hostess. Time, 1:30|>ian" Homecoming game 'this i it Mrs. Tommy Preston of Jackonville' ,, Chapel in Gainesville i Next 10,000 gallons 20 register "U..-f dogs at the city

Chapter: as Point of Esther; I son and ,Arthur Mannering'who i I Ladle Golf Event p.m.Circle [t Friday night with Taylor Highjrof ; $ spent the weekend : with Rev. Sam Banks offici- '! cents per thousandAll hall an btairKfes1 i tot them.
i iI The Ladies' Team Play Series 2: at the home of with 'Mr.' : ating. Burial was in Hillcrest said the city was
Mr$; Elizabeth Humble PastWorThy I grabbed the ball before Pierson on the IHS Res-j and Mrs. Earl Brice. over 25,000 gallons 15 Walker
1 'at the Keystone Heights Mrs. A. F. Crosby 1::30 pjn. Mr. and. Memorial Park. to start takingup
I Tom have
Matron Kingsland it fouled and carried it across !, ervation. Pierson won the first Spurlock'and cents per' thousands; going to
{ lOs: .l Chapter 146 in. 1921. 1 the goal line for the Club. Julius -I I Country Club is over, with Circle 3, at the home of j-six-man encounter earlier in':' Miva'nd: Mrs. B. E. Kelley ,t Average In Area the dogs and carrying
Vesta Alien's team winning I Mrs. William L. Reynolds; -' v spent'W dri in Palatka I' the veterinarian
and* secretary of Keystone !' and Art jumped into the the season. S I j day : beside Ford's Grocery.Melrose Tolles said the new sched-', them to ,
t the series with 912 points. Mrs. F. co-hostess 1:30 '
Egan :
: ; 'Mr: Cecil R. Hook spent'last "' *$ remain for
I Ch4ptcr: 1959-62, ; Thomas Fin- i void and kindly and most successfully 1 i Another six-man game,] ) Duplicate Bridge ule was arrived atby a studyof where the
Members of Mrs. Aiken's team I II j I
I6y. Past Worthy, Patron, accomplished the se- i pjn.Circle I 1 against Riverland Conference] i'eek-visiting her son-in- Winners of the' Melrose Duplicate -' water rates in Bunnell four days beforVbewg disposed
Brokas. Fran Liv- 4 educational build-
were Mary
Stajke' Chapter 224 in 1952,I curing of advertising found on i i'a ,I j I champion Melrosetril l\\- be 'law and daughter, Mr. and :' Bridge for last week :, Hawthorne, Interlachen, and of. The' miyor said that
ingston. and Faye Mangels. Mrs. Titus Mrs. Davis
ing ani -
and Sentinel for Keystone special Homecoming Page I ; :: J played at Melrose ort.\Vedae& kMrs: : ;James" Hearne, in Tam- : are the following: First place Palatka. It;,was found, Tolles unless the dogs are tagged
I I Sue Dwyer's team came in hostesses 1:30 ,; -
; : the
Ch4pter.195961.. Mrs. Erma. this issue. It was a task too 1 day, Nov. 21. "' ,t' '' -'pa.: j I Mrs. C. C. Maxsan and Mrs. said, that the average cost 'of there is no WaV to notify
\ : second with seven points. I Circle 5, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Chester I has been
I J dog
Perinington and Mrs. Esther great for the time allotted to :' Kay Segur; second place, Mrs. the first 10,000 galons in these owner that the
Pansy Hawes' team came in Mrs. H. I. Stevens and Mrs., .f.S !r'of" 'Quincy spent the week : pointed oat
Han of Waldo Chapter assIsted the women, yet too fine an I j, Whttesides: I Gilbert Allen and :Mrs. Mild-! towns was $4.65, the average impounded. He
'1 third, with 6 ,points. j Mabel Husbands. Co-hostess, former Glenda ; ,with their son-in-law and'daughter 'i I innoculated -
the officers in the courtesy. opportunity to pass by. Glowing IWhitesidesI red Spires; third place, Mrs. !I of the first 10,000 gallons at that dogs must
I Dons Ottinger's team was Mrs."Freeman. Time 1:30 p.m.j daughter of Bill Mr. Mrs. W.
: and registered.
Several visitors from out-of-) reports keeI filtering inhere .I fourth with 4k points. Nightengales will meet at and the late Mrs. Whitesides;''.Alien. ; a'i Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hill- : the present rate m Keystoneis before being,

state chapters enjoyed the : and there, and the women I \ I yer; fourth place, :Mrs. John : 318. Under the requestednew Walker said: that the city
I Gena Christoffers' team waS iom* of Mrs, John Bird at ft all former Keystoners. 'j j Miss Beverly Whalen and !
ceWbratton and joined In singing feel sure that the hus- I' S oj. W. Foster and Mrs. Darrel, rate in Keystone the first is planning to'build an equIpment -
fifth, with. 3 points. On Friday eveninjfjMfsMvjL.
Doris Ford, freshmen at the
Happy 'Birthday around bands or"many more members ,I p.m.Rebeccas I Collins. ]i 10,000 gallons would cost 1 shed and that a reporton
Kitty Martin won the week- will meet at the Beasley drove four teen- University of Florida, spent
th(large birthday .cake with! will in their turn follow the Schoolews: $4 90. estimated tosts and plans
; ; ly handicap tournament with home of Mrs. George LaRueat I agers, Marian Beaslfy. Norma'i-the., weekend with Mr. and : .
the symbolic star and three good example of Julius and ,: Ii In honor of Veteran's Day When asked by council. for this-structure-will be pre.
I I i a low-net of 37. 8 p.m. I Valldejuli, Pam Tiompsoiv; Mrs... C. A. Ford. r
tjnj, c ndles. 'Art.i several members of the Am- members why the rate increase sented at the next meeting.
: !1 I There were only- 9- .h les : St. Anne's News. \. andRenee Belote to Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Tanner I I.
Hostesses on this occasion PTA Notice : : eiiean Legion Post of Palatka; was sought, the attorney -
''of play von Monday of this i This Sunday is Loyalty Sun-i ville where they ..wer. "the]:of Florahoniie: : and their .
wee Mrs. Sara McDonald, I Tonight [Thursday] the P- I conducted a patriptic that the water
program replied
.r! !I week, as the weather was un- day. It is hoped that all communicants guests of Betty Jean Cross at j. daughter" Mrs. Hank Taylor ? FREE
Mra. Amy McElrath,'Mis.Ed-: iTA will hoid'its regular meeting : Friday morning m the' company was "losing money"and
favorable. of the church will Teen-Town. Betty Jean returned -: from San Salvador, spent Sat- ANALYSIS
I i
yth Nicholson, and'J-Irs..Kitty 1! in the' school cafetorium. : :I auditorium. Two Palatka High had not had a rate increase COSMETIC
IS Fern Garber was. chairman ;, be present to visibly demon-I to Keystone to be the !'I' urday with :Mr. and Airs. Ray neW ha been added
McGlave. Since the Pep Rally' at ,I weekend: I II School seniors, Barry Appleby, since 1952. Somethirfg
of the of Marian.
1 tcam play series. strate their loyalty. guest Birt.
Projects and programs *an- 6:30: pjn. and PTA is at 8 1 and Sammy Baxter, who last The matter was referred to atRUBY'S
I ; Eileen Lee is the new Lad- ] William T: Naylor of the! Leamon Ward was a patient i Mr. and .Mrs. J. W. Spencerof I ', SALON
noynced for the uture"'a ,.1.s' p.m, parents should be able 'i :I, year attended Boy's State-a the Water, Streets, and Sanitation BEAUTY
: Bradford
ies' Tournament Chairman County Hospital
'' Church of the Epiphany. Tampa spent the weekend
follows) : "- to attend' both without any ; ; program sponsored by the Committee, with Coun- Fla.
t replacing Ehra Steadham, who Jacksonville, was the guest: for several weeks, and is now :; wth Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Pres I: Kej!stone Heights
:flov. 20 Masonic -Night. trouble. I !I, American Legion, spoke to cilman Gene Williams a s TeodwvJ !
I resigned. at the covered'ciiSh convalescing at home. I ton. Featuring VhiaBe
Chapter meets at '7:30 pm.' ; forget to join the PTA fl i the assembly about their trip.
pon't i; Come For Coffee I Ii supper on Wednesday. Hostesses Mrs. Beatrice Lavey has j I, Beverly Hines; daughter of i Mc- j chairman, for study and a report the only rosmttic: endorsed and
fo a memorial ce. MaSons if you haven't as yet. Membership i Jimmy Downs Troy
sel1 '
: i At The LibraryOn i this month were Mrs. beea seriously ill at the th ine! Mr: aiid Mrs. Kenneth Hines, 1 I of findings at the next th Society erf
will beguestS" at 8p.m'.., for both parents is i Guire. Frank Strickland, John- approved by; S
Friday afternoon, Nov. I William Nelson and Mrs. Rich- of her son-in-law and dau'gh"ter -.i celebrated her second birthday I Walker
Lindsey -
meeting. Mayor
Hosts: Mrs. Gloria Murrhee e". only $1 [50 cents each i i ny Johnson, Jim Ford, John- Iail''uprtl4t.! .
16, from 2 till 5 the and Mrs. Thursday with party S
p.m. personnel ard Murrhee.On Mr. Matthew a
nememberThis Date ; Mathews, John Harpe, Bil- said the committee would
UrL Georgia Murhee, W. L.: : '5- ny Tuf'Sfed.., and Fit
d f the, Keystone Thanksgiving Day there LSchrpeder. I at her' home. Ten children Every
Ovtabey, Mrs. Mildred Muh- : Spaghetti Lovers: Here is I i ly Roberson, and Mike Wallace seek to determine if the water
t Height Branch of the Clay ;, will be a celebration of the I C. W., Owens is convalescing attended. I I from 2 to :5 p. m.
outstanding playersin
Ihofer. and Jess Lewis. advance notice to hold open were
County Library will serve coffee -I j Holy Eucharist at St. Anne's'at 'at home after being in the I j Mr. and Mrs. George E. night's football : company was losing money _
delicious Friday

30 for -
Nov. 30 Sara Coventry November a -
\. and snacks to all patrons. 9 a.m. At 10 a.m. there|f Bradford County Hospital for Lund of Cape Cod, Mass. [ -
at 8 ; 'in Masonic spaghetti supper in the educational -; game as the Melrose Mustangsscored" .
patty Haft- pm. ;i building of the Community I They are extending a special ,1 wiU.be.a..UnionService --at|[,several weeks. I visited>'Mrs-< O. ,Robinson theIr second victory'over I- A-MB tJLANCE: SERVICE I I

invitation to all local business 1 the Baptist Church with the!,h 1f. and Mrs. George Young for the weekend on their way Hawthorne 33-18- The

.i MI'mhl". rnnt."lhlltlnor. ffiff.sor i Church. emolovees. and emnlovers tow i varinns rhnrrhps. nf TCpvstniwHeights .__ ; have been_ confined_ at home___ I to Sarasota for the winter. PHONE 964-2600
rr ; ;;trf ; Come anytime ,between 5:30 -- -- --- --- ------w --- -- ; 55: un home team raced to an early
"cash ; I
Star take their coffee-breaks --I participating.Due bad colds. f Mrs. Allen Graham of
Christmas at the Masonic and 7:30: p.m. and be royally ter Park visited Win-I year and continued to stay, a- DeWilt C. Jones Funeral HomeD
I, !' the library that day. They i to the Homecoming i' Mis. Nelle Grayson under- r
I.r served by cordial hosts. "
I. your
Home- in St. Petersburg are !. will surely be amazed at the I football game, choir practice went tests at the Medical Center 1. Melrose Tuesday. head throughout the game. Witl C. Jones lie istere Funeral Director
the Senior Youth Fellowship !
asied' to bring them to the members, sststed by the women I progress made since that disastrous -' will be held Thursday, [today], .in Gainesville, then came Charles Buchannan is visit- With only one more game left Starke, Fla..
home : ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. i i
fire last February this week and developed shingles
" only. I in the season- to be played SERVICES
NoJ'. 20 meeting. The gift of the Church. I RENTAL
? when everything but the idea PersonalsMr. She spent a week with her son-!I Charles Buchannan. He is'
Tickets will be sold by the with Keystone Heights, the Hospital Beds Wheel Chair Crutches
stationed at Great Lakes, Ill. !, ,
of a library went up in smoke! and Mrs. Bill Lee attended in-law and daughter, Mr. and 1 i
RestaurantLAWRENCE'S Youth Group for $1.25 for ; .i with the U.S. Navy. | Mustangs now stand as the S _
Lions Hear KHS the Convention of the I Mrs. D. B. Hartley, at Mel- II
.. adultsf 75c for children under i Principal Speak I Theatre Owners of America j bourne Beach, recuperatln/I?'1 Dr. Cecil R. Hook attended I Ii I Riverland Conference Cham- ; rw- -j',5 f 1That's

12.Duplicate I' Philip Knuth, principal of: last week in Miami with: and"'was well enough to return -i I the Convention of the Florida I pions with a record of 7 wins''

Bridge i Keystone Heights School at the Americana home last Saturday. I Nurserymen and Growers Association Our Business"If
DINE1TB\\ was headquarters and 1 tie. ;
At (he November 5 meeting I'I
:OPEN SUNDAYS j guest speaker at the KeystoneLion's I Hotel. While Bill was attending -! Mrs. Clarence 3ipeis a patient f in Jacksonville.Mr. _- "If It's Glass We Have It"
of the Keystone,Heights Dup- Club dinner : the business ,' at Bradford County Hospital and Mrs. Bunyon Kel- VISIT
meeting on I meetings z1K4:3jtiill: CALL WRITE or
.::11 A. M. To g.P. M. Louis Kyle TRINITY EPISCOPAL ,
: I licate Bridge Club, Monday:) evening Nov. 12. He i iI i Lilly took advantage of the in Starke, for tests. r ley spent Friday in Gaines- FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
Hi 21-Keyton 'Heighh Starnes were I I CHURCH MELROSE I
'-. and Raymond spoke on the growth of the Interesting programs planned We are glad to see Mrs. Bill. ville.

L .. I first; Mrs. Gena, Christoffers,, school in the last few years, \ for the ladies. Morgan out again after: being Mrs. Mary Shipman of Earl- I Holy Days 10 a. m.. Holy : GLASS CO.

-! and Mrs. Lucille Terry were and o fthe potential growth. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Benson confined to bed for a few ton died Thursday and was i 3undays 10 a. m. Church ,

Insurance Savings' ,Plan _j;i second; Albert. Bachman and i :The Lions .cleared $100on have just returned from Mobile days. buried, Saturday in Gaines- School. 11:45: a. m. Morning (NOT INC.)

U, You Live-If!* A 8m'ing !:I Stanley LaCoste were third.. i the road block recently which Ala., where they; went t-I I Mrs. Bill Simeral had minor ville. I Prayer and Sermon [First: "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co."

If: You Die-It's Insurance! j I Anyorte who enjoys a good !I they sent to the Florida Eye attend the funeral of Mrs.I i :surgery at the Naval Air I I The Civil Defense held its ''j Sunday Holy Communion 6 GLASS We Design Modern Store Fronts
ASK,.. YOUR GULF MAXL. I game of serious bridge will be I'' Bank,. Benson's mother, Mrs. LillieMse I Station Hospital'' on' Nov. 2,t first meeting Wednesday nightat p.m. Episcopal Young Churchmen. Just Mail Us A Pattern For,
I The Lions will hold a Tur- \ wSo'fliejS on October 7 o'clock at the Woman'sClub. I .
anctis I It
happy to know that he or '-' t home'again feeling fine. r Table Tops
\: R. BRAULT I key Shoot cit Saturday Nov. 25. Mrs. Benson's many Another meeting will I Communion.The .

she is welcome tOme to:the 17. from 12 noon to 5 n.m. at. I,, _friends np___ _are__ sorry to n _hear_u__ of_ herr .- Mr. and Mrs. John,'Tomes. be held next Wednesday night. Rev. Lee W. Heaton, I 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR243fl

Kyton Rigbti-Ph._ 4151 Duplicate Meetings at the Masonic i> PangbornV': Lumber ''Yard. I r ----w ,"t I'Df }Clara City, Minn are I The Melrose Booster Club I Vicar. I 1 1I "

I \ Jax Hlway ,21 I Hall' edcli" Monday)' at ,Five Keystone Lions atten- loss.Mr.: and Mrs. GreervWood' guests of their son's family will Shooton I ;'

J died the Zone Meeting in I of Brandon last weekend I sponsor a Turkey
) J" spent 1\1Continued On Next Pace] Nov. IT on the vacant lot
Starke last.Wedr sday. with Mr. and :Mrs. Jim \: \\ : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MELROSE
A cabinet meeting washeldin .
mY'Dyal of Lake Geneva, and I
Your Bank Is Always Open Orange Park Wednesday called on old friends during .

night I I I f their stay. Mrs. Wood is the II I

News' : Needed' Early I I It;happened 100 YEARS BUSINESS DIRECTORY

e \4 0S. Notice to all Publicity: Chairmen -,I, ago ,

: Next Thursday being J 1, .
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4 Thanksgiving, the paper will The eldest incorporated trade association h b.-fry. fit. I
; S ccme out on Wednesday. : United States Brewers Association, was organized i ia 1862... 'FLORIST I I NURSERY James H. McEacher

Piease beat least a day' earlier fee same year&ai I I j jI I Realtor

this week with your news. That BACKTO S Edna Williams Clemens Nursery :

means that Sunday is the 5-v V. -'-'-." 5' 1'S' t LOUlft i'-MJfcSKKXfLOWfcltS ; I Citrut trees $L00 to $1.95!); Completely Furnlshed-3 bed-
S .
S ,
c' S deadline. > I some in fruit, Canned or Bare- t room spacious: home, 2 years

Please bring your nws-ot" --I' tVl all OUULSIOIU4eln i root.Azaleas. j old on large landscaped lot
i call if in to 4127 by Sunday -CHOO[ e Phoae. OR 5-2331
evening. Thank you kindly. -- I Hiway' 100 at Hillcrest I : SANTA FEIll's. -

Catholic Club Elects 5 ,. SIn d' Ll'o\i\th: T. R. Martin AssoclatiJAMK.S
-' -' : ________ j 3/2 Miles East of
'I JI -
:New Officers !
I Keystone Heights : II. McEACHEKN
S At a meeting of St. Wiham's ]- Murrhee Insurance I
VALUE i "P. O. Box 163 Phone 4108
Catholic Club I i
Mondayj( Agency :\ RsEWK I Keystone Heights, Fla.
night the nominating committee I S

,. \I presented the follow- General Insurance I Aza1eas5OcJup !

1- ing slate of officers: Presi- &tdtoo !' Fire Casualty Bonds 13' to 4' Azaleas Special $%.06 ea.,I II

; .whenyou dent, Lionel Brault; Vice Pres- t Allied Lines I Landscaping Material Available'''':I I'S.
Heights. 2731 E. McKay RealtorLake
ident. Herb Nelson; Secretary Keystone : See Our Plants Before You Buy'I' ,
FLORIDA, a handful of determined patriots b ,
BANK BY MAIL Martha Tomes; Treasurer. CARTRIDGE! fought for 2 an intended tovasfoo I C. I
; S days, finally preventing by When II Comes To 0. Carnes Nursery! Kroat Property. iloawi
Lena Clemens. Election will I [ two Union ships, which fle ; You choose your own "banking: hours" when yofl te hellcat the next meeting, 'PEN glasses of beer. INSURANCEGO Ftorahome 684-4665 I Acreage.

1 use. our Bank.B)"- lail service. ,Your "teHrr's* win: and the ne ;offi ers' will' take I S 'S-Famous'Quality- : FIRST CLASS! PACKAGE STOREShaughnessy's
I For even thee,beer was Florida's traditional beverage
: all and I I Geo. E. LaRue I I Keystone Hel-ht -Ph., 3071I
mail box
dmv.; is the nearest -<)peir day over.The HendsomsSt1htg.bpaceabi.V of moderat&i t6eer still provides enjoyment -

night for your: convenience. business meeting was ts for Floridians, and a good Irving for many Keystone Heights ; I

time. You stens You' account held following a delicious' co- :| of them-not only the employees of the Brewing Agt. For TRAVELERS I PACKAGE STOEI
You .save save : open your .
Tered-dish j jOit I
supper. 1'00INtI Industry itself but also for Florida farmers another InsuranceCompany WinifredH.GRAWBORD
make deposits, withdraw funds; have in* I (OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. M. DAILY .
Saturday. Nov. .17 the S
sUpp'fiers-ot materials brewers use. HomeOwnersAutomobile CLOSED SUNDAYS
terest credited all br" maUL! Annifal Requnon Mass for Deceased i Fire I I
TODAY in its centennial the United States i Keystone Melrose Highway'AKo '
hkeaWdgBradford year
i interested? Just write to in We'll Parishoners will be held I 4325 Kite
1 us (or drop ) Brewers Association still works constantly assure Tel 4692 Day ,

1 send you, the necessary formS all ready for yen' at,9a.m.? . I ......w Me.,.. I maintenance, high standard of quality I Blue riDe Packtg Store t Bar I Leg'. RW Cataie Broker;

I to fifl out, together with: a few 'simple instirnctions'that At 1ft a.nv Saturday Nov. and propriety wherever beer and. ale are served Rt. 10d South, .
f 17, the Altar Society will holda I ;.. ....I Lake Prop rtie.,. Acreage
*e everything as easy as.A.'B:: C. baKe'sale I .- 3'. ---- Keystone I REAL Rdndle Business City
on Lawrence Blvd. I
n jar Scales parking'lot. County'TELEGRAPH I II' Millwork Shop I Hoofe SteUI*

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Community Church Circles j.I CABINETS, DOORS I C. J. Pete-- .< OlConnorREALTOR I "We Tike A Person dieted
; In Your'RequiremaaUirMidway

MEMBER F.D&C.. All Circles of the communIty I 7' WINDOW FRAMES 1 .
r Churchwomen win meet SCREENS ; Keystone HelgttlI,1p .,
A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community I REAL ESTATE .
i on Monday NOT. 19, as foIr Trim )laterta&Saah -, | T.lItd054- 'vHI

Keystone Heights, Fla. r lows: S Made T0 Order
.. -_--5-5_- _-- ---- [MORTGAGES APPRAISALS way J--peD Saaday.n -

l Circle 1, at the home of j I .1.Keystone Heights Tel 4283 Keystone Helibts. Phone 4291 I il GB 61 "4




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f..r.m.I I .. .II i ed through civil defense facil has been very ill and in the baugh house on Division St.
f, '. r I ities, Mr. Phillips said this hospital there and his sbn-in- : while completing work on the
;.3, r: : J KEYSTONE, weeK. Half the cost of the law and aaugnter, Mr. and new house.:

,.. M= !HIGHLIGHTS' i 1 siitu is paid by the lederal Mrs. Gerald Adkins, have visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Baker

r 1 I I government, with the county him several times in the and children! of Orlando spent _
ij j uauauu......& ...&&. and state paying one-iourth. last two weeks. last weekend here with her -
: I Mr. and Mrs. John W.: Phillips -
i and the city paying one- .
From precsedlng Page parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.Parker.
I; louith. Purchase of the siren and baby of Titusvllle visited ,

I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tomes was ap,.ovea by members of : their parents here last Mrs. V. J. Slade was confined -" "

: of Lake Geneva. They will be,,1I the city council and when it, weekend.Mr. to her home for several ..

I here for the winter months. :, is received, it can be used for'a and Mrs. Martin Mosher -j days with a broken foot suffered ; ::
: Keystone Lions Charlie Mc- fire alarm as well as a have returnee to Hampton
Mw ;1' Glave. Joe 'Wildt, John Beid-' wanung siren in case of emer- after spending several monthsat in a fall.

ler. George Schaeffer and I II \ gency. their former home in Mat- >
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I Dick! Spense-Thonm attended ;.1, lail Early for Christmas" auroras, Pa. -- ,-- -- .- ==-
T .' the Zone meeting in Starke : Again Postoffice Theme Song j,, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardin j, .

on' Wednesday Nov. 7. i iII" Newly designed Christmas of Jacksonville were Saturday i ii WILLIAMSJEWELRY'
V II""' ;Ed: 'H ssey underwent sur-!I stamps, four-centers issued i i visitors at the K. B. Watterson a.:

I: Hos-pital for this 1962 season are available home; in Hampton.
V Ii In October, and has been at the Hampton post- Albeit Thomas left Tuesday ,
16 suffering with complicationssince I! olfice. accoiding to Mis. Mary 1: for army duty called back in- REPAIRS ..
: ..
I! then. At'this writing, we !I Williams postmaster. ': to service with his army reserve WATCHKS-DIAMOXl '
'hear he is getting along much : "Mail early" is the chorus : unit. He expected to be "'"

better. ;i of postmasters all over the : stationed in Florida. AH Work Guaranteed .
country again this year, with : Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown "
COMMUNITY CHURCH the deadline set for this week : and sons moved into their A. C. Williams r' '

Keystone. Taylor Hi KEYSTONE HEIGHTS for mailing overseas packages -i new home the first of this 142 W. Call St.

; to insure their arrival be- i: month, at the Y junction near Starke Fla. :
Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister. ,
fore Christmas. Christmas: the west city limits. They had .
A. Canova, or- --'-
I 'Mrs.George ; parcels for distant spots in I'i been living in the Beden- -'a ..:..._ :-- ,.r
ganist and director,John Hudson the U. S- should also be mailed I

Indians'.v.s" Youth Director. I i as soon as possible after I I I,
) a.m.I I '''
(( Sunday School. 9:30: Thanksgiving, since late mailed -
Radio T
Morning, Worship 11 a. m.j I[I packages may. .nut reach Appliance *- ** /

Youth Groups, 7 p.m. ]I i I their destination in time. .. Television
V FIRSTI'TIST, I j I i i Christmas : cards are also :

p P ...< .1,. ,' ,,,j1iLH[ iAA Ik>'. KEYSTONE'HEIGHTS J'i included in the mail-early SERVICE AT ITS : :

j: warning, wit'ifil'i;-class\ : .... .
J. R. Smith,. pastor. Ralph i four cent] postage recom-
Copeland Minister of Music ]!I mended. Those mailed with Trained Experts In Each Dept.
4V three-cent stamps not be
and church organist. may
'l' I
M A Services: Sunday School : sealed and cannot: be return-

9:45: a- m. Morning Worship i i ed in case or non-delivery. TheI FOR QUICK 1 Gay's' :
J a C ur. 10:50: a. m. Training Union I new Christmas:, stamps are DEPENDABLESERVICE ::

7:00 p. m. Evening serviCE j printed in red and green, with
03 rs 8:09 p. m. You are Invited to I'j I, a ho'idaye' ; and this issue I idme -N,

AV share family] *Praver time with will only be available this CALL ,.-,
us >ear, since fust-class postag ..
; : r, : rates go up to five cents after l 964-7511 .' :
I CHURCH January 1. 1963. Appliances I ,.:
The postoffice department
,', ,
e, r r Rev. Wm. W. WorstaQ.: also urges that all packages AUTHORIZED DEALERS FORd ."
: J s Vicar. be wrapped securely, with ad-

Daily offices, 8:30: a.m. to: dresses plainly marked, an 4 Maytag N Frigidaire Zenith ..'J

5 pjn. Holy Eucharist. Wed- : zone numbers used for all cities ,,.
: nesdays, 10 a.m. Holy EuBhar-: that have them. GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP :

ti.A 1st on 1st and 3rd Sundays I:, J. B. Pfiester of Macclenny

each month. Morning Prayer,;
z 2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany

Service Sunday on Evening any 5th Prayer Sunday.7 p. 1 WE GIVE l On Kerosene and Fuel Oil t I IC


THE 1962 KEYSTONE INDIANS AND COACHES ,'. .....rr.rrrrrrrrrrnn' !1 C ALL THE F FUEL E L LOIL I L. ::'

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8:00: P. M. -- AT THE RESERVATION Mra. D. E. Hill1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA NO : 964.9111 ,:::

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We.'Backing; The Indians d Come Out And Support Civil City Defense Hall Tonight MeetingAt

There will be a Civil De- Kerosene Oil Heating .
fense meeting at Hampton city, or ;
One Hundred Per Cent Our, Team And Coaches I hall tonight [Thursday, Nov.; .

a ,15], at 7:30.: Mrs. Gladys .
.. | Scholl, county director of civil "

... l defense will be present to INTRODUCING PHILLIPS 66 NEW PHILHEAT ,
..:'" :x: 1 Space Sponsored By The Undersigned Team-Backers '.; I I discuss local needs''and meas-': "..."..
i ures,to be taken for the safe-! :
II ty of local people in case of I II DURING THE 1962-63 WINTER SEASON ,::1:

HOMECOMINt PARADE 4:00 P. El! ,; I I emergency. I II i ,
: i Radio! and communications : YOUR TANK WILL BE CHECKED REGULARLY :
: recommendations, first aid instruction i
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and fallout shelters,I AVTI Tirrin. .. AC..., "
"'&I &;jU "'UUU&4U .,
etc. will all be on the agenda I

AH ,The Way Keystone Good Luck! for the meeting. !
As lOcal member of the civil ; ,:
defense organization. W. M.
Water Works Jewelers I Walker'sService Phillips along with Councilman I, I
Gang! I '
., ,.. Richard May, attended'i i ,
Home Of and Gift ShopGoGoGo .. -Station! I' the civil defense meeting in i JEROME JOHNS OIL CO."l

: Tallahassee on'Thursday, Nov. :

Belote Drugs :Heights i 8, called by Gov. Farris I It YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS 66 JOBBER 6 L+ ..
CoodKater.; : Keystone t Bryant : 1. V VV. ..
: Phone 964-9711. 743 South Walnut St. '
j Hampton has placed an order i
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for a siren, to be pure hasi -j
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Best Of Luck Compliments Good Luck From .n "

C. J. "Pete" O'Connor 'I DIRECTORY 1 1I
State BailkV AREA
Keystone V : : :Keystone : H BUSINESS I I

Real Estate i ,

., .,.The' "Friendly. Bank In The' Friendly Community. -,'.. ..,, I i._I I '- .. -, "" '' __or- I ;... I
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Department Store ; Member FDIC Appraisal Service BRAKESHulls .
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." ,..- ,..-,..t .,.....'...,. .-.Go. ..Gel.' 'Em. Indians -' -.... Best- ,WishesDuck.Y'z'\ .: tfor Everv ,Car 01 TrUck Authorized Sales & Service : Edwards Building LOCAL AND LONG (
Turning Grinding Rellninj "Complete SeVtlce for AllMakes" :,
Keystone \ i '\ : ",: T While You Wai: 508 E. Unfreraity Ate I j jFB Supply Inc. Storage And Crating .

III! 8. Main fsiaestUl' 126 S. Main... PR I 4844 'r.alnmiJI FB M224 i
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Scales Rd & \\Vhite Fn.M, Z8 t
,. Pl: Gainesville. FlaLEI'I'itll .
Barber ShopBest : : : .. ., .. ....r,.... ..! ...,.,..,..,. t '. 'EWING MACHINES '

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: :.Butler's. Radiator iilier-Brown MotorsInc. '-S !f
I, Repair Co. Service Co. :
i Wishes t- .,T .. Wishing You Indians i TheBest'Of f ServiceMnct I
4Candy's :: V : OF GAD ESV'ILLF JVC N. f1on Wirt
FB1M2: -w -
'V : Modern Cttf'll In to1tl, r
Murrke t Insurance f' ,, -,' E
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: Ueoairs All Cars TruClC IOJ.O I c, University Are Nwhl f'falf !
Iuckitt!!! I
-- ,' ." National Trailer Uental1ft Siainlsv1lle MOTOR Sales) & ijter 'icelicpHln ', I
: gV 4th AVe.,, Gairwsvt s V, :.. : :SALEU. ,, AND tft-KVlCl; ., .()o All Maker iw I
P. 0. Box 665 T. .' .. I M Itt "fJ W Univ Aye, 0.i3ntrtUOOFINC '
B & G Motors Co. 'Distribute ol.
--'. .; A.: E.: Bud> +
Gulf Station .:.. -.. \. ( Anthony 1 S'-'P7'
Keystone Heights, Florida !* I' :ADILLHL -: OLDS IOmJ..l New Lincoln Mo CV ,
: : -- t.r K84 IIILLMAN ad :

IMPERIAL CBKYSLEB S IM: 41 1 Service 4MRtn.; ftabUa.AUJ r -. .
; i .'t ': .V _V- : PLYMOUTH VALIANT :HI) :V V ISth. KL 411 : ) N SUPPLIES The Helzel Co. :
,, -" .-......_ 1! V. ." : Authorized Sato -' Party V
Good Luck!( '.V; ; Indians, Scalp 'Em!' :, "_"Go. !.A Big, "Blue"'Reynolds, .. Service _FR 6-7515 Johnson .& Paris, I RHOFINOMIIEKf :

> \ : ,. ....--. '. ..:"-.:.. ... -' METAL '' r
.or' Al Watson '.'. '; ; .. HawesPoweraMotor DODGE, !:'- LA3CK1SSIMCA I Inc. lilt ('OSUlTJSL"O, '" :

Brooklyn 1 J .;.- < ,' .< -' Complete Line of' o .fnh Tod,I lttt: Or Too 8maJ1. .
Supplyt "' Co. Sales Parts Service v f.J1)F 1 --PLANTSFERTILIZERS 102 S. I K, 4tb S(. .Galo stitll.rFla ;

." I', ';I.* I'SED! : CAK9 TOO ., 2-149J.. .. (,;, .
Banner 'FooD Store : r: .1511 j .
The Best' Race To Buy Insurance 'Agency 2O4 N. Main Utneevllle Poole-Gable Motors In ee Cida -Pet Sopplk _v., pA'tUM :
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FB 6-34M ._ l4.l ;
FB t-OU L > 724 N, W" Itth Avo .
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t i tWe're'Behind .' ', \' ., PE -.1', All )lAkrt'Of Vacuums '. .. i E
I' ..1 AUTO SALES & SERVICF Automatic Tranwnlssions ,' If It Needs Repairt "' ; '
All 'The Way! V-
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% We're. Proud Of Tou Indians! ,-. Bring In To KlrbyV
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_. _Go All ThY's).tt!!:. .._.. i-V: 's'MtKay scions FI/T METCOR MAKES -- REPAIR Authorized Kirby. .Distributo. *P;
Authorized Sain Senrtce- AND EXCHANGE .
Zike.Decorittiiig r t I ,herry's -
: \ Parti f
Gator KirKy!
I Trained Mechanics -' Good OauiesvilJe'a 14oau.b30n&blt e

Realtor .i Usrd Can .Transmission ServiceINC. address For Ladict
Electric Inc.
Clay : '
Shop Co-op i.- \S* ; I DRESSES -:.SUITS *-COATS' Sales &; Service 'i,. .I

Appraisal Service 1 :' Barkley Motorsi 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P. 0.. ACCESSORIES U S. W. lit, GalaMvfttrFB --

i 815 N. Mats.Oaha.yWe Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 106 W. Unlvealty. .O&nav11lt, i.nit .....,


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THURSDAY HUf. 19; 1962: ;j

vvvvvnvvvvvvvvvv.nnP The next meeting will be held were enroute to St. Cloud I will be their son-in-law arid days with relatives\0. ,here. her a speedy recovery. il. Perkins, deceased that I
I ; ford County, November October Und, Ut:,
I \ Tlo'ida. on
Tuesday Nov. 20. at the homeof ,where they will visit relatives. daughter, M -. and Mrs. Char- Mrs. Sybil/'orltfia, Mrs. J. Mrs. Ed Parrish is still in have filed my petition for final ,16th 1962 or approvalof T. L. McDOXALD.
AWTEYv Mrs. Orville Bumgarnerfor 'Professor' Jan Williams-of les TyndalL E. Norman,. .and Mrs. Annie the hospital in Miami and we I discharge, and that I will applyto the same and for final dis- Executor of the Estate of
. a continuation of the mission Saugerties, N. Y. and -Tampa Mrs. O. J. Phillips is in,Mason I Rosier ,were -in- Jacksonville' hope that she will be home the Honorable Theron A. charge as Executor of the Estate Ola M. Perkins deceased.
v' By Enia Blanchard study. called on Rev.. and Mrs. Pox Ga. where she will spend,, Friday' ,on business. soon. Yawn, County Judge of Brad-I j of Ola M. Perkins, deceased. 10-25 4t 11-15

ft. Church Schedules Thursday. Mr. Williams waS ,several weeks with her som- Dolph Griffis and Miss Dot John Lefevers of Jackson-
AAAAAAAAAAAAAA.LA Lii Grace Methodist: Church at one time connected with in-law and daughter Mr. and Gnus' were-nr.t\I\ she:'j.- C. ville was visiting his brother

.Miscellaneous Shower School 9:45: a. m., Morning Sousa's ,Band. I Mrs.. Fate Redd and family. Pringles of' Salsuma,,and the and) ,sister-in-law Mr. and STARKEBUSINESS DIRECTORY!

*.' Mrs. Wayne Crews, a recent Worship, 11 a-m. Evening Service 'MB. Edward OTool' [remembered Mrs. Glenn Crews and children ,,James Pringles of Palatia: tti Mrs. T. H. Lefevers, Sunday.

:bride, was honored ,with a 730; p.m. Choir practice, as'Pauline'Anders and Mrs. C. R. Crews Sunday, 'Church News

'miscellaneous shower given I 7 p.m., and MYF, 7:45: p..,m.: of Los Angeles-Calif has been visited Mr. and Mrs.: Billy t. ', ,,, .e'T Rev.. Joe Smith of Jackson-

,Friday night by Mrs. Glenn each Wednesday. yisiting her parents, Mr.:. and Woodard and family and Mr. CYYYYYT1 .Y. VY.. ville was guest speaker at the
'Crews. Miss Vera Crews, ,and First Baptist: Sunday Mrs. O.: J. Anders, and her and Mrs. H. C. Crews of Clear: U Baptist Church Sunday for \UTO REPAIRS AUTO SERVICEJ. AUTO SERVICE

Mrs. C. R. Crews at the home School 10 a.m. Morning Wor- brother, Bill. She spent,a few water over the weekend. GRAHAf both services and next week

of the latter. Several prizes ship, 11 ajn. Training Union, days in Tallahassee and re: Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dobbs .. the Rev. Carter of Jacksonville B. Wright Starke'sCities
.. ,
6:30 turned to ,continue her visit spent the weekend with their : .. 'I Y.. Earl's GarageALL
were awarded during the eve- : p. m. Evening Service, Itichr' ''r w- will be our speaker. Everyone SINCLAIR SERVICE
ning to those winning games 7:30: p.m.'Prayer Meeting each here until the latter part of son-in-law and daughter, Mr 8r ; d is welcome to atttend Service StationJ.

and contests. The honoree received Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. the week. Other visitors of.the and Mrs. Ernest Hewett- A IA. .A AA' services with us. KINDS OF STATION C. Gardener, Prop.
many lovely gifts. Refreshments Personals Anders were Mrs Johnny Jenkins Tallahassee, and O. D. Dobbs Complete Auto Service Every Mechanical Service
Mr. and Mrs.:Ernest Ortages and Teachers Meet AUTO REPAIR WORKAll
were served the Mr., and Mrs. H. E. Jennie Lou, Johnny and I I and family ,in Raiford. Mrs;
by, Priest childrenof of Jacksonville were'visiting Officers and teachers of the Tires BatteriesAccessorleeItricatlon General Repairs Automatic
'hOstesses. Loraine and Lamarr spent Robert of Jacksonville. Giles Mitchell -and Work Guaranteed
her mother, Mis. Kate Starling church held their first meet- I Washing Trp.nsmissionsCities
Starke visited the Dobbs
hurch Circle Meetings Sunday afternoon with Mr. Visitors of the, John C. Tye Phone 969-2964 Service Products
.. Sunday. ing of the year Monday night. 542 Madison
family Sunday $ 9692801Dodd'
*The First' and ?
Baptist WMU met Mrs. E. W.Williams.A1 family for the.,week were his .
- ; The purpose of the meetingwas So.; Walnut. Stark TIRES'ITERIES
Miss Karen Lee attended the Mr. and..Mrs.,John McKinney I
.Tuesday night last-week at .7 feda and Donnie In Melbourne.This father C. A. Tye,- of Kansas! I "
u :
I annual weekend of GirlSCOut, their son- James and to let each teacher or officers 705 N. Temple Stark
o'clock with 'seven members was,celebrating Lamarr'sbirthday. City, Mo., and :his brotherinlaw at Roselee visiting discuss the different
Present. Gateway Council Camp daughter were Service & PHONE 964-9812
be with ,next meeting will and sister,-4r, and Mrs. Chowenwaw at Green Cove their ton,,_Otis,,and fam- .problems which confront each AUTO SERVICE
Mrs. Valaria Shuford,, Guests'of Rev and Mrs. W. George Maskar, of Independence ';'of one' In the different depart-
Springs. Mrs. Cora Hodges ily of Augusta,Ga last w et- Auto Sales AUTO TIRES
in Nov 20. I Ar' Fox were ,Mr. and Mrs. I Mo. Maxville ,and Mrs. Marian end. ,* ments. These meetings take
The Methodist WSCS met Charles Martin and Miss Alice I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. 'Devine Gilbert S. Brown
I I Morris and son Jef spent- the Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff I place once a month for the Rambler Sales & Service Starke Recap Co.
Tuesday Nov. 6, with Miss Broomhour of Hillside, N.: have sold their home'here- week with their sister, "Mrs.
Enza Blanchard as hostess. y 'had as Sunday dinner ,guests coming year. I standard Oil Service SUtloa GENERAL REPAIRING Pappy RAulstan, Owner M&r.
Tuesday overnight., their
They to Orlando;where they Hester Hicks, and visited their__n _son___ _l.nd.'fsdtiUv.___ _,...-.. _Mr._, and____ R.nnln.... .fnp. Cars _Mr TONE ........ .
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-- brother-in-law: and sister, Mr. : :1ST COUNTY JUDGE'S ATLAS International Lifetime
".{ ..........u............. .................... -"* and Mrs.-O. Anders.-: Mrs. Colen Ratl farid child IN COUNTY AND, FLORID FOR COtRT'1 TIRES & BATTERIES Mufflers DAY SERVICE
. .. fewdays :ren of Gainesville;,, also Mr. 'I'In NEW TIRES AT SAVING,
f Mrs. Bill Dobbs spent a re: Estate of
:Ilia, \ /GO "first class".GO ELECTRICl'V with her husband in Virginia -i and Mrs. Albert Sparks and Ola Netlee M. Perkins.f Filing, Dec.Petition for I 1 Budget Terms Road Service FIRESTONE BATTERIES

oI!! S. ...ITS CHEAPER T00! + ,. where he is employed.Sam son.Mrs. Final Discharge of Executor: i iTo Phone 964-7071 Tires. Batteries Accssoriea Phone 964.0221
Hicks of Jacksonville, Zack Robinson is sick All Whom It May Concern : 401 N Temple. Stark 528 S. Walnut 964-3861 SOl South Stark.1I *
.. .... was visiting his soninlawand .this week and we wish for Notice is hereby given that 1 i
have filed final returns as
-,.1 *.1 'd my
Y r.3 r oJ daughter, Mr. and Mrs I Executor of the Estate of Ola .
( Glenn Shuford and children ,
4 < ':, ; .
'" Thursday.Mr. I
r ,,-" and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt 1
'' of visited Mrs.. .
.,:,' r Jacksonville '
r ,.. ,',. Susie Prevatt during the week i
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:. rsr 7 Y;;Fn 3i5zc1i J' EVERGREENBy I i I I 1I tball C fflIIIIHS

Mrs. Minnie L. Redding !

: y! ,. Phone 782-3232 I'


ii t9ti' .,-., Mr, and Mrs. Sinclair Mos-
_ ( Iv
ryiF. ley ,and daughter of Jackson-!
... i..F ville spent the weekend with I GREEN COVE
Jw vs
Jtr! r
.. relatives here.
.... "''II!:": Rev. and Mrs. Walter Math-"

s is were dinner guests of Mr. .
a and Mrs. Stanley Crawford. I
A good number the I
For modern Convenience and Comfort: Youth Revival at Maxville attended last; November 16
; ,
Thursday night and all reported -
get a IllJ:1I .Jl a wonderful ti ne.,' '
r ..*.1.1N1N.N. < We had good attendance at
4.i1+- : r1 church for both services.. Rev. ,
ELECTRIC WATER HEATER "' ; Mathis brought, two inspiring t, > tn.
messages, and the WMS pre-! _
SUPER-FASTI New quick-recovery around it without the slightest lear:You sented a short play of mission

flameless Electric Water Heaters deliver have to be "on ...and work.
can never guard"* peace '\ ._,,;. '. to. ,
as much hot water in 24 hours as the averof.mind is priceless.CLEANER ,. .(Held' over. from last week.:] 1 Sej>Ci4"-; Macclenny 7 . Starke 27 ',' b
age family uses in two full weeks.They heat Mrs. Sue Daniels and 1
water faster..,keep it hot longer. Always A flameless Electric Water daughter, and Melvin Carters I :.. .
dependable. The heat is sealed in. isn't Heater.can never clog with carbon residue of Cuthbert, Ga. were weekend j Sept21Sept. ,Santa Fe 0 Starke 33 .. "
wasted the flue.SUPERSAFE. produced hymn open flame. No flames;no ',. >
up ; 'i: '
guests of the Arvis'Kirk-
No flames no soot,combustion. products.CHEAPERTOO land family. I! 28 '- .: P. K. Yonge 7 : Starke 13 ,, .. : .

fumes..no constant-burning pilot light. !_Coats,less to buy, Mr. and. Mrs, Harold, Wise" .
No scary "blast.on blast ofl" sounds. Safe less to install and is cheaper to Insist : -
operate. and Miss Jenny Gaskins of 1' OcC t; 'S'- Monticello 12 - Starke 35
and silent as a light bulb.Children can play that your next water heater be ELECTRIC. Jacksonville were r e ce:n t. Kickoff Time 8 P. M.

guests of the Fisher Gaskins Oct, 12 Lake City 12 . Starke 6

UNDER KITCHEN family. !, '

COUNTER NO FLUES OR, ilies More have than"switched", a million!Florida to flameless, The Earl Mosleys visited ; Oct 18 = = Pal atka 14 - Starke 12 ,.-. ; All Tickets At Gate

VENTS NEEDED Mrs. Mary Johns and Mr. and ;
Electric.Water Heating.:Ask
Round, square, or counter-top neighbor. your Mrs. CliffordJohns; in JaCk- i: Oct.: : 26 Live Oak 20 . Starke 7 1.25

UNDER STAIRS Dl models can be tucked away! anywhere sonville Sunday I

for shorter pipe runs See electric the appliance models.dealer. Visityour, plumb Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosier I Nov. '*2'- Fernandina 13 . Starke 34 Student Tickets May\ Be Purchased
and added
IN A economy. and sons of Jacksonville recently -

o CLOSET ing or electrical contractor today. visit l the James Ro- Nov., ',9''- . . . OpenGreen '. At School On Day Of Game

siers.Mr.. and Mrs- W. J. Saundersand ,Noy,16- Cove . . Home ;' All Children Grades 1-4 Admitted
daughter of Penney Farms I

L -tlui 0I )lad.1tf!: flamclcss! f il efieitf.; visited- the" Otis Brewer family -I I ,Nov: .. 2t.Gainesville- ; . . Home FREE ,

t ...IT'S CHEA ER. TOOl recently. Mrs. Daisy Prin- ':I : When Accompanied By Parent
gle returned home with them .
A fiametess Electric I .. ..... ." t. .. !
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY IlaterHateristadduded for a few days. : ., ,..
HELPING BUILD FLORIDA :fc every Medalfeo Home., Mrs. Jean Gaskins of Jacksonville ; .. ,
is spending several l ;;-'--o: t: '

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: .., This Space Sponsored By The Following Tornado Boosters ..

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: Very Best Wishes From Good Luck, TeamRITCH'S
Authorized Ford Dealer -
I Let's Go, Big Red! and GIFT SHOP


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B. T. Thomas Lumber Co. SERVICE STATIONIt's ComplimentsCOMMUNITY

'"Best- Wishes, Tornadoes" Kick Off Time!


"\: COMPANY Member F. D. I. C.


;r Be A Booster For The Tornadoes

"Let's, ,Hare Another Winning Season!" Let's Back The Tornadoes

All-new 1963 Rambler American 440-H hardtop.Bucket seats console standard. -. ', TORODE & HARDY SHUFORD'SSTANDARD

New!Bucket-Seat Hardtop PdcadRarnbler-Low I I New & Used Cars STATIONDon't

4.- .. a ?wt4\cavPCsM\nw\4A tCOR\'R 4ttQ'4 k y..ww..yu.,.....,;?......- STARKE :TELEPHONE CO
: lTwinStick
;, S You won't believe anything so 'I
Floor Shift.* ComplimentsFARMER'S Miss The Kick Off!
,, smart and spirited could boast "go Get Em, Tornadoes"Compliments
such a low price tag. Another ,.,8gcithtg;R8W SUPPLYA. KOCH'S DRUG STOREWe're
reason Rambler sales are smashing sPwiSCF
::' all records. In the new option ; R. JOHNSONAll
__ 'To The Tornadoes
is ll Rambler American 440-H hardtop I I FromMERRILL Proud Of Our Coaches

1 I l two-toning, bucket seats,
Out For BHS! And Team
console,138-hp Six are standard. !
a ; ,: See new hardtops,convertibles, NORTH FLORIDA
;? tif if\ ; ; f N, sedans, wagons at your dealer! I -' BILL EDWARDS
il't American Motors- SUPPLYHail
E any "*%s%*
i'4A j ''Extends Wishes
\ Best
To The Champs! .

.To.The Team H. C. WALLINSURANCE Compliments


Sporty RamblerAmerian convertible rib power top standard.Bucket seats,console optionalDODD'S AGENCYLet's


528 South Walnut Street Best Wishes
Florida .
.;' ...' .5- A. J. THOMAS,,,SR.

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