Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01511
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1958
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>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01511
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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r .4yY Ie 20 Stores Open

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II I I I Friday Evening
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: ., r"9 pm! tuct-ye An experiment evening shopping*'hours will be tried _

by 20 cooperating Shopportunity Stores when they stay open

until 9 p.m. Friday ,for the convenience of family shopping

s- 4t I Ii i groups.'1 he Friday night event will come to a gala climax at 9:15:

cip ( when $300 worth of handsome prizes will be given away to

persons in the crowd at the Shopportunity Showcase displayin

the Suslow building formerly occupied by Ducky's. Each

1 1 l prize will go to someone in the crowd who has shopped in:

1 one or more cooperating stores between 5 and 9 p.m. Friday.

t.r Axr Included in the prizes are such
1 $ OO $ I 1 I in their advertised specials and
: useful items as back-to-school
timelY'are the
rii >x clothing electric iron, table lamps, many
y i back-to-school items that are being -
occasional chair, Chenille bedspread -
IIIk I electric coffee maker 45-. featured.

II I e speed record player wrist watch)I The Friday night hours offer

1g }'1 bra- beautiful costume jewelry sets,'|I a wonderful opportunity for fam- _
R PRIZES "' 4+ and many others.In lies to shop as a group. It shouldbe

addition .to the festival of especially welcomed by the

a prizes the Shcpportunity stores,. menfolks whose daily working

i I sue" ,, s'" are going all out to make the Friday -i schedule usually prevents them

To Be Given Away Away night shopping venture a I from making, a leisurely tour of
local stores -to the attractive
money-saving event for
Friday Night At 9:15 1 F r At 9:15 in the Starke trade area.consumers Outstanding ''! merchandise that is being offered.

: values are being offered,I In addition to the Friday nightouuni.v
I Sh rt i t COI': _AA A
oppo un .y >e swards,
_., ., the usual will be
: ,- ---- = m.Fl $50 cash prizes
.' offered Saturday afternoon at 5

o'clock. This event will be held

I COUNTY on West Call Street in the court-

: r house area.

Thelma Green, colored resident

,.of Starke, won the $15 prize given
away on Aug. 1, but the $25 prize
Official County Publication Established In A.M.
and the $10 prize have not yet

--- been claimed.

VOLUME EIGHTY STARKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1958 Merchants who donated prizesfor
__. .., '" open" & .0 rn
---- _
the Shopportunity Showcaseare
r 1 ":7 1- '-: ::y --.- taking nine'' : Nasworthy General Supplies
t ...:> ; .
"".-'> .":...,..... I boys quitting :. Olen Stores Eagle Stores, Robbins' -
.I football the
,ff > sF Barksdale's Gem Jewelry,
hopefuls will I Denmark Furniture Co., Stump's

I i I Register's Dept. Stpre. Elrod Furniture Co..
!L&&i r the football
: Bullington Studio & Gift Shop
18 at 8 a.i"
p1 Van H. Priest Co., J & J Building
y Supplies, Winkler Electric Service -

..t be conduct-, I Shepherd's Radio & TV Bottom
I. T-shirts and t I Dollar, Alvarez Store, Rob-
a day until, I erts Jewelry, Koch's Drug Store

said* I I f. Rev. Darrel Sanford Flynn's Drug Store, Williams

.& ,to practice Jewelry. WRGR; and Bradford

r r boy the to followI bring I Revival To Begin County Telegraph.COUNTY .

day:. In New Madison JUDGE'S


I I haircut. Street ChurchRev.
$ Perkins was charged on

x the .county docket with assault
if you have Darrel Sanford pastor of with intent to murder and two
; the First Baptist Church Cherry-
others Joe Reddish and Waldorf
be required to vale' Kansas, will lead evangelisticjaprvjces.
Johns, were charged with assault
I policy in..!he.yew tUilding! of --
Teachers Freak Windstorm Il roofs' House i"wsnTThe.aP the Madison Street Baptist and. battery..
ReportFor Regi Register said. Church. The homesite of the lOcal :- Traffic violations charged on
: I.the docket'since the first of the
boy double church ia the 900 block West
Pre-Scfioo/ Total month were mostly for unlawful
The home of Mrs Charlie Davis on U. S. 301 north was unroofed chests"t: ; equip- Madison Street in Starke. speed 'and for improper passing.

Session MondayPreschool by a freak windstorm Thursday afternoon of;last week, 228 ; guards on the Rev. Sanford, before his en- Charged with unlawful speed
By almost impos- trance into the ministry, was apremedical
which also brought torrential rains to the area. In photo at be injured. were; Curtis E. Lampp, James O.
student at the University -
planning will begin leftV.. L. Carroll and Edwin Smith neighbors! show some of is sched- of Kansas. Since that Walters Eugene D..Blre, Malcolm
At the
the twisted tin that torn from the roof. Henry Wooten .Arthur Guy Pester
with a meeting in the Starke was The Bradford with Baker time he has held pastorates in
books '
Elementary School cafetorium County Red Cross! Chapter furnished material to re-roof the were 5309 : Sea- Alden, Kansas and led in citywide James, Jr.,Alton Leonard George Towells,

Monday Aug 18, at 9 a. m. Three home of Mrs. Davis, an aged widow, and friends did the work. cording to on sale when evangelistic services. Well- Vaughn Garold
Philip Petit Oscar Sherman
possibly four days will be used home games. qualified, he comes highly recommended -
Many of the household furnishings! and clothing were ruined by ion Crosby Crosby.
for joint meeting and'the remainder from last by the local pastor Jack
the rain that came through after the, roof was demolished. .tration. Those charged with improper
of the 10 days before school LaMee, Maibry, who served a church just
opening on Sept. 2, will be spent Lower photo shows the condition of some, county roads aftE'rthe 228 since Williams eight miles away.Accompanying passing were: Evelyn Marie Witt

by the teachers in their respective recent daily downpours. The bogged down automobile was 5537 I Waters L. A. Stanford, Willie
Figures Stallings, him will be his
schools. :! abandoned by its owner and was left blocking: this graded road Thomas. wife and three sons who will be Lee Carter, Arthur Basil Simpson

The first day will be used for just west of SOl near the old Biscayne Tourist Court. tion Lawtey were : Hall and Jim visiting with the local pastor'sfamily. Delmont Edward Wood Allen Edward -
; Legbourne
orientation'and introduction of -. from other 'Mrs. Sanford and Mrs. 3rd Charles Win-
Starke ; dell White and William *
Jew teachers and talks by mem- Starke ; i Tommy Clark Mabry served together as camp .Warnock.
bers of the local Soil Conserva- Ed King counselors.The .
89; ; ;
tion office. Other subjects on the ; and Sam public is invited to attend Failure to have vehicle under
cinct 6
agenda are a new system of reporting ; ; N. C, and visit in the new buildings. control was the charge against
New River
student progress on, report ; and Juniors Nursery will be provided each Frank W. Richard, and Armour

cards and teacher career in Brooker. I lot for us this evening so plan to bring the J. Phillips was charged with following -
Of the
crements.. II said. I whole family. too closely. Gene Edwardswas
charged with having no
The F.. E. A. had a workshop c >
driver's license.E. .
on the latter
during ,the summer F
ceived for C. O'Steen charged
subject and a speaker will ad- .j was on
dress the group on their conclu- I the first I the docket with petit larceny. Two

will sions, be dealing chos>with n as how outstanding teachers i:' I .; m I held Sept. I Smells Shine Tracks Car were support.charged They with were with-holding Cecil Tyler

teachers to merit. the salary increase : t f t l'f.Ir., ',.., Names and Harold Starling. Johnnie
'Tj Thigpen was on the docket
proposed. 'h
; Reddish lost no time in takingoff --
> smell quick
..;,,,{t charged with fraud of room and
''. "tr' May part of Deputy after whatever was dripping board. Two were listed for being
Inwtey'Scores: Win rj < : two Ne- moonshine, and a few minutes later drunk. They were Louise Avery

Over WinnDixieIn jt ''ii -; ". This jail here Wed- overtook a 1952 Buick near Brown and Paul P. Hoffman. On
a .' -Jt carries who otherwise Azalea Mctor Court. Walter Mifhell. worthless check charges Clyde
Sunday GameThe names !merrily on their : 42 was at the wheel accompanied Conner and Orveel Lodge, alias
ffiIi t.'I" the list Chandler Lamar,
Baseball Team _, :, : OWeed Lodge, were listed.
Lawtey the city home
t:1:. courthouse off! 26.Both Negroes gave their .
racked up another win Sunday -- or : 3 p. m., Deputy I address as Gainesville. Softball Games
when they played Winn-Dixie a At its '
t are at- The Negroes were carrying
at Lawtey with score Four Guardsmen Get Awards night the '
return game
of shine from three five-gallon jugs of shine, 'Set Next WeekThe
8 to 7, in favor of the home team. names I 't he has taken two of them concealed under the

Leading batsmen for Lawtey and Four members of Co. C, Florida National Guard, were awarded stricken. whiff of that hood of the car-"a new place to State Maintenance Shop
Harrington. check
were Tatum. strik- the Armed Forces Reserve Medal at Monday night's drill fur completion I About the hide it," commented Reddish. defeated Waldo 14-12 In the City
Mitch Brown I
Bowen with of ten years of honorable and satisfactory service as a mem- anyone has been a tell-tale One of the jugs had no cork Softball League game played last

ing out 13 batters.Lawtey will play ber of one or more.of the Reserve Components of< lie Armed Forcesof I,apply to down the middle I and was stoppered with a waddedup Friday night on the Starke field.

Doctors Next Sunday Inlet at that place: The !I the U S. Receiving the medals from left to right are. CWO, A. L day to [ S. 301].< handkerchief' in its neck. It The following schedule Is an-

1 Robert W. Drake and SFC was from this jug that the telltale nounced for next week:
is scheduled for 2. p. m. Crosby!' Jr., SFC E E. Tanner M-Sgt. ,
game Tues. Aug. 19, Waldo vs Co. C"
Everyone invited to come and O. P. Hutlo. Capt Randal Chitty, company commander stands by Chest drip was coming. Wed Aug 20. Keystone Heightsvs

cheer for the local boy ., as (\ Robt. V. Link makes the awards. "Judging by the potent smellof Camp Blanding.
To Be the stuff, it's a wonder ,it
Thurs., Aug. 21, Waldo vs Camp
rs s New Restaurant HIS FOURTH .. Plans a didn't ping on set fee the hot car engine on fire" Reddish, drip- Blanding.

On 301 SouthA held in' Fri. Aug. 22, Keystone vs Co.

Opens Eberle/ ves Another Life By Use Health I : said.The Negroes said they were C.All "
restaurant Green Oaks 6, for the games will be played on the
new the shine from where they
Of Artificial Respiration Sunday vey to be hauling Starke ,field starting at 7:30 p.
was opened by the proprietors.Mr. through bought it "from a fellow, on theroad" m. The public Is Invited, and
and Mrs. H. Hoenicke of Wil- I near Maxville. to Gaines
liston Thursday, August 14. It is -It's a wonderful feeling," says i feeking relief from Sunday's heat I,of ,the, ; there is no admission. charge

on the site of the old Newsome Russell Eberle, World War H I tin,the nearby lake. When his old- I culosis ville.The Negroes have indicated New AssociateAt
Dairy, south orf 301 across from veteran and member of the Starke er brother. Herbie, reported him I they will plead guilty and were
the State
the Whispering Pines Motel. The Fire Department, who last Sunday I missingfrom an innertubewherehe scheduled for arraignment before Local FinanceHenry
helped by a fourth to the had been placed a frantic Mrs
couple who will be afternoon added a Judge G. L. Patten Thursday at
daughter, have seven children. lumber of lives he has saved by search was started and Mr. Green McKnight 2 B. Shiver of Warner

Mr. Hoenicke has operated rest- ise of artificial respiration. I found him minutes later floating county p. m.Recent Robins Ga. has recently been
I plans and transferred to the Starke officeof
aurants in Detroit and Lakeland. Eberle's latest rescue was. two- under water. Birth
I which will will
the Local Finance Co. He
He is a native of Iowa, has lived year-cld Charles Robert Green, Eberle, who was at the 'lake
be associated with Mrs. Margue
In Florida for 29 years the last son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert with his own two boys. rushedI date.Twelve Bradford County Hospital. an-
rite Hall, in charge of collections.
eight of them in Williston. A gas- Green of Starke who had "turned -'I take the child from the arms signated et nounces the following births: i Mr. and Mrs. Shiver will move
oline station will be opened in blue and. stopped breathing" Mr. and Mrs. John Paul Benne-
of his father and ran with himto those to here to a home on St. Clair St.
conjunction with the restaurant. when he was found under waterin the shore and began administering will be 'Ex- field Jr. of Starke. 'a son Ricard before school starts. They have

Although service will begin this Hampton Lake last Sunday artificial respiration whichhe is hoped .! Boone, Aug.. 7. three children. Andrea 12, Alan.
eiu married
week. Mr. Hoenicke and his wife. afternoon. (
avail Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Mosley 8, and Elisabeth. 1. They were
Mildred plan a formal opening. Charles was among '.a large learned In the Army and has ity to being taken of Lawtey, a daughter, Karen members of the Methodist Church

at a later date. i group of children and adults [Continued on Page SIX "healthy --I Joanne, ,Aug 11. -- in Warner Robin. ,


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t ,. ,. stricken
editorial. Notice is given that the undersigned very.: Janie" II. Dead j
l. under the provisions of Chapter Alvarez. Annie H. Dead. Flo! qE EST., 1879, I
.. Farmer's Diary 2V.a3!) Laws of FloridaUts ('f,19 U, Andrews, J.V.., Jr. Dead. l 1
will register with the Clerk of'the Addison, Storey Removed rLOItIU.\1I! OLDEST! WEEKLY SElV8
f Circuit Court, in and for Bradford Addison, Theres-sa Removed '
Rr Sam M (;mH' County, Florida, upon receipt of proof Brown. W. W. Removed L 4I I>.U>};R BLIKHCD' CONTlXOfSLTI'NDVR I
Loc / ExperimentIn I of publicatirn of this notil"*,.- the Brown Sherdia F. Removed .
It We've heard about the' loll ficfitous name of Gem Jewelry un- Colson, Mrs Ada. P-wet s,. Dead : THE SAME MASTHEAD. I
der whkh' we are engaged in business Cutchen.. Robert E. Removed P..II.hd Ea'rb. Thar,: aid Katrrrd aftffrcoid CI... Matter i
prices paid for stoctf yeir#! ago" in at 109' East Call st.. .Starke, Clark, E. C. Dead at Ch Pun Of fir* at Marie" FU. .ides,Art ft MarS. 187KMcCarthy '_
Evening Shopping r Dads, O. .W. Removed
the depression, but' last" weetTwtfsaw'a Florida.
Mr.: and Mrs. X. I... Woodburn. ie: Davis-; Lillian RemovedDobbs. .- .... ,
I reportandit listed"No. North' Church St..' Starke Florida, Q. J. Dead ,kdTaylor
An experiment in, shopping habits is, being One hogs at'$2:15-: and'crows" soleownersj: Dobbs, Mrs. Q. J. Removed James H. RemovedMcRae t-Francis- M. Removed
!. = Dated thin 14th day of August, A. ,I Dent x, John H. Jr. Removed Barney. Jr. Removed Ta11 r, .Ray Removed, ",
tried. by merchants this Friday when 20cooperating at $1.50 to $2. Imagin'e tcday being D. .135S, at Starke.' Bradford County, Deas Mrs. BetUe Removed McCondichie, H. IL Removed Taylor Mt;!. D, I;. Removed
stores of the Shopportunity 2 able to buy a good' steeV for Florida:' DevlinAnna- Belle Removed Matthews. Bruce Removed Taylor. Bernice,! M. Hfrnnvcd:
group Rtl4t.PNOTICE :+ Dempsey, A. T. Dead Norris, W.. M. Removed Taylor Albert C., Removed
will remain open until 9p;: m., inviting family about $12, or a go&T liog' for $7. Dryden, I* re*. Removed Norris, Ellen IH-att Thomas AV. O. Removed
.* f.. t Dryden, Frank W.. Jr. Removed Norton, Jessie II. Dead Tomlinson 0. F. Dead' "
jrrDupsto come in and do some leisurely shop- -Well, all good things mufef come The City 'Council met 'Audi' 11, Farris, Linnie Mae Removed Newman, Albert J. Removed Urquhart. Marvin Jr. RfmovedUrquhart.
ping. m, at 1:00 o'clock p. m. at Starke, Fields,. M rs.; Carol emoted Newman, Mrs Albert J. Removed Mrs. Jonnie Sue
The old saying about planting to an end and right'iiowTit looks'like Florida; to revise the registration Grady. Mrs.. Ada F. Dead Norman, Edith Removed Removed
: This experiment is in keeping with the recent berries when there is water in our old iron-headed: friend hook'of the: City of Starke;'Florida, Hoover, I ella Dews!. Parker, Charles C. 'Removed Wimberly, W. M.\ Removed,

;rend to 'night;=shoppint schedules now being observed ditches sure was true this 'past Finnegan is about 'to 'be' retired and from the the* following books for names the reasrn were stricken stated. Hetnmingway Hutio. iarnita"" Annie Removed Dead Picket Fii-kett., C.Mrs.W.C.Removed W. Removed Williams Wimberly, C.Katie C. Removed Belle Removed
by merchandisers in; metropolitan week when there was water all after serving faithfully' t'l] for The H.-uncil will be in session on the Haisten; Julia Dead Parker, William W. Removed Warren, M. D. Removed
areas'ihd of 195X, at their regular Hall Sharon RemovedHochberger
19 day August ,
I'hilliJI| Hazel Renewed Warren Mrs. M. D. Removed
about nine years 0 happy hours
elsewhere throughout the nation; over the county, and enough meeting time of 7:00 o'clock Adolph Removed Parker, W. s. -DeadParrish Washington, ft oevelt Rejnoved:
right on Temple avenue to we've spent fussing and"cussingr. p. nu to hearomplaints', if any, and H''Chberger, Amelia M. Removed' Lewis Dead Walters William 'H. Rembved
: 'Ir commentingr'on this new ''trend in shopping set out a big patch. There was ever that water pump' that some t. rdwnrp RnY; name that have been Haas, W: S. Removed Rouse, Joe DeadRu..hing Webb, Mrs. Veda Mae Removed
habits, the publication "Electrical Merchandising how or other quit af'justf' the'wrong I Haas. Mrs.W. D.Betty Dead Remo'edHodge C. W. RemovedRushing Wooer, Herald C. Removed1Voner
plenty of water in this area too Ydlinr and E. Higginbotham. Inez Removed Mrs. Maggie A. Removed
?!' recently .said; "Remember: when Saturday for Bailey's ditch was filled up. time. Now'when' we're : Hodge Mrs., Alberta H. Remo"dInglewright Robinson, J. W. Dead Walker, John L. Removed
C. V. Removed
yas the biggest shopping day in the week? Well, building a new hoiM weir get a In 1933 the:-assessed real estate Inglewrigbt, Mrs. C. V. Rem ved Ratliff., Drew Margaret L. 13.RemovedRatliff. Removed Weeks Walker,, Daniel Mrs. John R. Removed L rR inpved,

jthat's another, family habit that's gone by the Lloyd Griffis is about ready to new pump, and wl1 ie''we" had"a valuation cf the county was $1- Johns,. Mrs., Abbie W. S.W.(Havana Dead ) DeadJohnson Smith, R H. Dead Waters, Oscar R. Removed;;
Smith, W. P. Dead Waters, Kssie Removed
.b ard.,,The: National Retail Merchants Associa- set out berries. We hear that' he great affection for"old'' Finn'egan f ; 518.182] which was 54th in the Knight, C. A. Deart' Struth, Mrs. KUzie S. Dead Waldron, Nora Ray Reinoved
is planning on setting out about'' we hope the new cne" wiU'wolt st te'. Population in' the 1930'census1 Kauffman, John Warren Dead Simmons!;, B. E. Removed Williams ('IarenRemoh'" *
:tion reports that its department and specialty better. Kauffuian. Mrs Alice Wheeler Simmons, Mrs. Janice Removed wainwright Earl M. RemoyedWainwright
42nd in' Florida
three acres, and we hope he doesas was' 9,405'or ; ,
Removed Sheppard. Charles C. Removed I Ncra Lee Removed.
tprd members now do: more volume other days well with them as he did with S. KUlingsworth, Mrs. C. C. Removed Sheppard Ruby O. Removed I Wynn, J. C. Removed
of, the, week, when they stay open nights than his planting last year. We don't have'\\ to'hunt for" the Ken is, Sam U. Removed Stallings, T. C. Removed !l.r Waters, H. J. Removed
Unin, O. I. Removed Stall ings, Esther T. Removed Waters, Mrs. H. J. Removed
TOtTLLIJVT5: tt..enew F.-te1.
around here"nofw.: Orier
:they do on Saturdays.The S. water table ,' Llnsln, Mrs. 0., L. Removed Shaw, F. J. Dead Williams, C. R. Removed
Still no'screwworms around this neighbor had to quit'trying'fof dig'> 'brook4 pune.size'.fountaiJI pen In I4ke, R B. Removed Sasser, J. A. Removed Williams, Mary Ruth Removed
: article further commented: "These people hcles,' because they pastel shades. Only $3.09! af Brad< Lame, Rill Dead Soisson, R. L. Removed 2>l>p, Mrs. Kleana Removed]
section: and that news is so good fence post Laine, Donnie Mae Removed S*'isson, Esther R. Removed Zepp, Newell B. .Removed
are pretty smart operators and if they have that stockmen find it hard to be- filled up so fast And''when' we ford: County Telegraph.' Lynn, J. Troy Dead Thome, D. 1...- Removed IT 1
:found that it is good business to cater to the weltdug'ozi ,
our place
lieve. .As one man said: "I've had a 2 inch .. '----'- ...
:convenience of their customers by staying 'open stepped looking for them, and for our new home, the water'

;nights, it would seem obvious that applianc -ra-: last year at? this time I was busy came up to witnih i three feet of :

:dio-TV dealers and others should cash in' on the from morning until night fighting the surface. ,
:trend do likewise.' the pests." C OFFEE
r We've seen the very latest in
* "Changes in' shopping' habits! -- {1 'n According to George. Huggins, permanent fences. While down at NEW LOW

J shopping'centers': and' supe'rrshopping 'eq t 'onc'e! ; 'i 'i I tltc, latest statistict'sliow that"tllelt"'were the bird farm in Melrose we saw .
. ; or to rright'-tinte slto i ',Y g that f \ only 17 cases in the American fence wire that had.I, I p a I c E S4jjj

:customers ,gravitate'.to.'stores1, : .t1i T : .Tv ift wijote' 2 state reported ,during a cement plastered to the side ont The ;
jj fence.
convenient for them. It's aBout time i sad fofowedsuit. weVjt,; recently and when the 50'it looked like a stone cement,
screw worms-were bad around here man who builds these
; trier, ; were more than that on fences says that they will last a
i i .,<< $;" : many'' of the farms. long time. 31 bag
:night shopping w.ilf be itched } r !I U .inferesir. -r. 5r EIGHT O'CLOCK 159
apt s wisui' I .
_.Not'only are our ,merchatita', if '8QWI ji-a: ;;JVtl heard 0a lot of fast Weave heard of Johnny Apple- ,

! outstanding, i values i in b ck-fo.8Cfi: 1? 1i!{ other' ''I I glalvlbg,grasses?but the one that seed who went around thec untry'planting '
and of the ,
trees, lit
e tv rttJy( d < I merchandise,: they are making{ m aa y eve' : 1\.f Almunl, which grew to ,aeight mari who'loved flowers who planted ; :

' nlng ,shopping hours doubly t.f 4 W""b' v.gW: : of,,six feet in six ,weeks. them all along the road bed of i of',:,.. '
i Highway $300 valuable l Shopportuni} ft'Show. Ana It was grown from seed too. the Atlantic Coast Line railroad, .. :

T case prizeXto;' be awarded, at 9'r? 'piJ ni:: ttt'persons and new we've met the man who '.: .' :
1f. I "1YTJiey
' 'who shop intStarke stores this Friday' /" night..' !I really got all the moisture has raised and given away 30,000 -RED CIRCLE 31b bag: 213

J The 'entire .Shopportunity- S owgas f:ieyen !is9' ;i I Pj1to mt; 0 some recently.hay Trouble over at the was State that he palm is1: Col.trees Leigh in Florida.Morgan By Pearsallof name '

a'fines'comment 'on thcfenterpri8e',, iel>> coo era- wtiepi the fire was over with the Melrose and we've never_ meta

I rive spirit i of- Starke merchant_ cbrrtitiitte'e;;J;The idea"was'" f ; ... hlKti l' drying. equipment' barn, hay man who loves. Florida. more. '.' .. Ibbag 73c''l': < .
I conceived, and advanced, ,by, a .or thxrj and all was gone. ; ,:
j StarkeJtetaU. Merchants Association only a few Well, the foundation is in, the '

! days ago. Only by ,fast action and the ready How about, those prices for tobacco walls1 are almost up and we are i Ann> Page GroundBLACK i.' :.'

" cooperation of other merchants its the' 'We', w a lot of piles go two of the most excited people in .j '
.. groupcould' 31b
... our bag
.. for 62-67 cents and some even Bradford County as we see BOKAR 1.25Z'oicaw .
the"prizes! be- gathered; a special display higher, and the man who made new ,home taking shape. There PEPPER,
: window, arranged and decorated, signs made!,, the poundage really cleaned up area; lot bigger, and a lot fancier,

I posters printed: and many other details taken this year But most of the grow- but one thing we'll guarantee is 1&

: care; of in the brief time necessary.I ers we talked' to said that the that* no new home will be evermore : |lOt bag, 77ci
I ,AnyorieI'ho' has viewed the attractive Shop- crop lacked weight this year.Oiif appreciated than ours. ,

: portumty Showcase display in the' Suslbw..buildin'g1 !

i (fornie'rly Ducky's) ), ,on West Call Street willagreeJtKat by the storm. .5. i : .4ozeair II

_\ aUo. j&jidft&jf pft. jya : dope \\n, a, -- x Bradford, ,High School' 'opened f fcSozcan CRESCENT & 49c

very short time to get..everything" readiness! for its 39th session with $60 students -

for <
I .Meni whose. daj'tim jobd) make, if; difficult'for ; 4 w "registrations to; bring the number 3St .

tHem to hojrfoT therriselves oc. other members UP' to 700. ft
' ; of the.: family; shotldJespecially appreciate Cot: H. VM Knight addressed A&P can 81
: rthis 'the students saying in part, "A
I Past
opportunity for a leisurely" evemnt+ shopping new' era* of co-operation is being SPECIAL SPECIAL
tour of local;stores.
ushered in The time is fast approaching "
1 So gather 't the, family' togetKe l aniS
this Friday night" replica of the oldfashionedSaturday [Edited By Alice McGarvey] our achievement will be not' the Dixie' LilyGRITS24_ ,

: nigh r ot y' ar<, a go-,when friends and Tha'very versatile and civic amount of'money contribution we have to ama's-the'welfare' ; oz 20c CRESTMONT DELICIOUSGAL:
sed but our
: neighbors gathered in their favbrifebusinesses minded" citizen, H. E, Lagergreh, others."
: along Call Stxeet,, to piirciias trreit'' neVds: for wrote' the'Telegraph in August of a. Dog Food -

. the following week,, as well. as exchange friendly''' 193:T explaining: the methods used' 1933Hampton baseball team RED HEART, 2 for 31c :
: greetings or stop'for a pleasant cHat. in Flohda for 'the description' of defeated' Raiford at Prevatt Field I ICEC R' EA M, 69c
land. It is asmuch use to us nowas I Large SizeIVORY
: After r you have completed; your shopping: tour, by a score' of 7 to 6. Batteries
U then.He ex"plained
must have been
taking adyanfatfe; of the manattYicttr& liar Florida were.: H'ampOnMorgan! Dickinson SOAP, 2 for 31c
that when became
S gains beTng offered! then, gather1 with" the' rest part' of the':United States the land ,: and' .Tucker' ; Raiford Medium SizeIVORY '

T of the crowd at tHe Shopportunity Showcase was laid off at a point in Tallahassee A&PA&P I
window; where'the'prizes will be giv nvay.. ; with'a,line running south' SOAP, 2 for 19cPersonal '.

. "Customers gravitate. to. stores that make buyT called the Tallahassee Meridian: Size No. 303 for 29c I

irrg- convenient: for; them," and that is what; south Every .'CineS1 sit;! miles were another also drawn line'east ran FOR IVORYSOAP, 4 for 25c APPLE SAUCE can 2
Stake merchants
are proposing to do in their
and west so' that the territory
. experiment in the realm of Friday evenhrg!hop- waS divided into squares, each six- Deodorant Bath Bars

l ping hour: miles by six miles. From west to BACK: ZEST SOAP, 2 for 39c

east the' squares- were termed v
i The Change IH301l "rariges" and the squares from Deodorant Regular Bars LIGHT MEAT TUNA 7oz 1SC

north to. "south were' termed ZEST SOAP, 2 for 27c {

Already V. S.. 301 has had "townships. Each square would TO'
> a face-lifting, with have ,a. range number and township Detergent cC
I many old buildings having-beVrr derfronsherf and
number, such as Range 22'E, Campbell
new buildings erected: Remernb'erirrg the change Township:! 5-S. OXYDOL, reg 35c

that took ,place when femplfejAve< was }vi eiwid, These1squares'were' in turn divided S SCHGOLEX.PENS': .Detergent TOMATO JUICE 460z can only 29c
1 we can .look forward, to a vast.,change' and vnl ,- .into 3 6",pieces like a check. TIDE 33c
l provement on the higq\. y' that brings most erboard, ,each one mile'square reg
containing 640'acres; They were .
; visitors through our county. called sections, and were numbered Blue Detergent

a With the necessity to male a change'; many ,- 'starting in trie': northeast CHEER, reg 33c '

: owners' are Building: more modern homes a'rtd' corner;, front one to six; the second .- Detergent

: business places land I The1 impetus of t p.row began, in the west so ; BREEZE, reg 35c DASH 39c LETTUCE f

the, four-laning project; ha doubt) ; has been.,responsible : that seven, is just, couth of six. \ With Face Cloth reg

. ?; for the several new sen'ice'st ns, The j jnuqjbers .continued- .to 36which Pink Detergent
already erected in Starke arid Lawtey. comes'out in the southeastcorner ALL DETERGENT; 39c
. 33cMorton's
of each section. Now do reg
Carradihe's and Jones' neV buildings on ,the you know" where you live? For Automatic Washers Reg 2 headsJane h 19 C

:"east; side of the ]highway south' of tawtex'J e r .

: neating .completion$: The Floral l Motel\ builojings In J 1933 the' Bradford Countytax [OAKS Liquid' Suds SALT. 2 for 27c
are in, the.process, of' demolition' with'' 'ne\v' build- jevy was boosted by three 2 JOY, regular 1 39c
: ings UIe right and three-fourths mills bringinr Cra berry Sauce 303 Can
off of way ,already completed: Cleanser
it' toj {3 and one-giiarxer .mills, OCEAN SPRAY 25c TOMATO ES
:' It is noticeable that many .frame,.homeS th 1.,at accordrn&.to:Telegraph. issue ofAugust UP TO SPIC 'N SPAN, reg 29c ,
: Hat to' be' moved are being replaced by, concrete : that year Facial I Tissue Keg. "
. block buildings and those, Svho- moved their'homes "h. : V ,', St. ,,. SCOTTIES 2 for
:I' are; for the most part, making i improvements in The '$tarVe,?Hotel)r [)added "t.O" COMET, giant 23c ,29c Lb 1 19C:

*. the building and. in- the grounds. new j rooms...and remodeled and Gentle For Cooking and Salads

: When the new highway is complete' d 'it1 will' modernized-: others.5S. IVORY SNOW 33c MAZOLA OIL, gal 2.15 .
:: nftt only incVea'se I the value reg
) of.t e highway property -. Firs| tss": ". n the, .:country ,tfl '
2 but s'TioYild' J1t'e'the whole county a' boost Join the: U..,S., Army,9t NRA r, f fvoluntS : Facial Tissue Reg. 200 .Gloss Starch Parker'

S because of,the ,added. ,attractiveness- of the entrance : was\tHe' eighth grade :|. SCOTTIES, 2 for 29c ARGO, 8 oz 8c '

I to our* county..-. .f of ,th'e[.Raif6rcl'rElemenfaryv.Con- ToBa Find Us Fri idi'" I Marcal PastelNAPKINS ------- LUSCIOUSCHERRY
: This is'oiit opportunity t tq .' gressmah'R4.A-:' Green formerly'aprincipal'pfCthe'scHool. Dash '
make '
'the '
to our counts one'of ,the most, atfeac'tive0, i ire the" to mate:: the address; was for asked the1 LICAlFHAttESY. 2 for __ 19c DOG FOOD, 2 for 33c

.state Individuals ,
: and organizations should plan ceremth it s.
?;now for r rftsca S5rir alon' the route with thfr *; rii.M'-t..

J'ftf, 'mirfdj? Tlir jorrft'effiik :of the County Com- hurrfcane hpA ;lnjjtie, 'r southern' < Prices .In This Ad Effective Through Saturday, August 16. PIES I.t E S

. awsidnand'' t Jpe, j5arjtepj CIubdidf! an' extelleirt part .otlheUtatel> :,brought; Starke' :. '1i4"NrW M I .
- : about five inches : n : ,
.4tfAen.theyv.stb of rain and reduced -
H : put the'palniS'-ind( sfirubi&eW' .ev ...
:..alonlJ: our highways-, few ?*J ff" the pecn,crop'.by: ut')5" ((3 Doors from Post Office :
Y ago )
,, per cent. To quote the Telegraph, 412 Call Street 8-inch each
i 4'3c'
: prtwrde' the' flrs .u
:ynowtcdaldt! t"'St hi p i'01"r "wateras-oversome- roadS, arid 'Mrsr Marguerite' Hall Stores I
'It -
. that would nieahr" ,
much 1 : tor gll I.oJ U8, tor hPlog somej; ponds that had.been dry' : : Starke Fla '
., ,iif braatiful j? sttrfDumlirfgs oral'es, Jot a" ode J iii. 4 or,tw97earsarej. : nowj ' -" -<-
. ynllh coimilnitltS';,, Starke was also putting up WO 40t1t : .. I

a. some* of the 500 made homeless ,_ :. "" _---"- '-_ '" 0'z.'. ___ -_'_ .--
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1958 BBAUFUKU COUNT; 1 EI.EIMtAJ'll.: ,dLI AF. t'r.mtw.\ i PAGE TIl lx g>sUP

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ALLIGATOR I I wary bass. The handle has an I''I' pared as,the'salt-water and hot Two ComediansIn If elected to this important position and shall do all within' my/power greatly appreciated. FOR CHIEF OF POLICE ..
Ben Holtzendorf will continue to to carry out their wishes for the -LA VERN H. OUTLAW CITY OF STARKB
accurate ruler scaled on it to sun stirred up together will give Serve the City in the same mannerin best Inttrest of all the people of -- Vote for RIley Sweat for Chief
CREEK \ measure the length of the catch tender lips and skin a fit. Borrow 'Paris Holiday'At the future as la the past In law our,county.E. .' FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIO.NERDISTRICT of Police.
enforcement L. '(Lawton) CRAW"'UHD FOUR 1 feel that 1 am fully qualified
.. n and. of all things an accurate some of the wife's lipstick and use Park SundayTwo To my friends and voters of for. the job.
For Honesty. Efficiency
<.. withLZwk spring scale in the handle which on the lips., It will help if you do vote for and elect Courtesy Ben Holtzendorfyour FOB COUNTY COMMISSIONER Bradford County: I have lived Veteran in Starke of World all -of Warn my
J DISTRICT TWOI I hereby announce for re-electlon life am a
I will weigh in the net catches up not have anything, else with you, of the,world's best known Police Chief. hereby announce my candidacyfor to the Board of County Commissioners and have served with the StarKe
Walton to '30 pounds. [We will never go but be sure and tell her so she comedians. Bob Hope and Fern Thanks, County Commissioner District I from District Four. Hav- Police Department about eight years 1
J i iI Ben Holtzendorf Two (North Starke) subject to the ing served on your board for several During 18 months of that time
that high so some of you boys can will understand those smudges on andel. are teamed for the first will of the voters in the Democratic years, it has given me the ex- served as Assistant Chief. ,
probably weigh that baby in the collar primaries. If elected to this perience and I feel that 1 am qualified I believe In enforcing the law
r new time in "Paris Holiday" opening FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER responsible for the Job. ly you vote for and fairly and impartially, and will to
it.1 This net was sent to us by Mr. Harry Houston and spouse Sunday at the Park Theatre fora DISTRICT TWOI best efforts office I toward promise 'to progressiveand give my support me. I will\ strive without the best of my ability, if elected._
hereby announce my'candidacyfor tiring in efforts to do a good I will appreciate your vote and
Weber of Weber Line my
Henry Dot
impartial administration the
and Mr. Monk Dinkens and hIs three-day run County Commissioner District of job as I have tried to do in the
Mfg. Co. of Chicago 111. Two. If elected promise to give affairs of my district and the county supportt.Tour friend,
as a better half are at Horseshoe now/ Filmed entirely in the past. Thanks.
>am waiting in this tackle shop gay faithful energtic, and conscientious S.u a whole. Your vets .ad.sup: JESSIE R. CHASTAIN. RILEY SWEAT.
courtesy 'of his fine company and so I know we will have somethingto French capitol and environs, service ,to this important office. 1 port will be greatly appreciated.Ewell --
for some fish bait so I read the you may see this net at Red's report when they return. "Paris Holiday", Is'a wacky will at all times be ready to con- Lawson
fer and advise with constituentsand -
signs on the wall, such as. my
up Service Station next time youstopBy This writer spent an afternoonat comedy centering around a sini- work for the best interest of FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT
"Fishing! is a jerk on one end of district and the county as a .
the way. this net will go I my
Crescent Lake last week but ster international espionage plot. FOUR
a pole waiting for a jerk on the to the bass fisherman, or woman whole. Your vote and support on I am announcing my candidacy SAVE 4 650!
to make the Sept 9 will be deeply appreciated.
forgot necessary arrangements Anita Ekberg., Sweden's gift to for County Commissioner: DistrictNo.
other. or "Are all fishermen who weighs in the biggest bass by with the preacher before the entertainment world i -A. B. WH1TEHKAU. 4.. and I am running solely for _
liars, or all liars fishermen?" One closing'time Labor Day. So by playsthe I the interest of all the people of
go I left and the weather closedin role of a mysterious and FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT Bradford County. 1 am not runningfor

sign tape even line that advertised you can a rubber stretch and Report register from your the catch.mouth of the on us. We got in only about glamorous spy, while Hope and take this means TWOI of an- ptople.any The individual only promise or group that of 1 On This Amazing Bedroom Group Offer

while measuring fish. 20 minutes fishing when the Fernandel are the. unfortunateguys nouncing my candidacy for reelection will make Is that I will serve all
your Wacasasa is that some nice speck- as County Commissioner. DIstrict the people of the County to the
Speaking'of genuine innovationsIn led trout are being caught. The white caps and the blue_ lightning who get mixed up with the Two, in the primary electionof best of my ability, and that I will
\and the heavy dew forced us to ring. Sept. '. My years of experienceon be fair, honest, faithful impartial
the tackle line. I am pleased to crew we sent down there report .1 the board will be valuable in and just to all the people or the a. ,
he confines of Henry's, horseless administering: the business affairsof county.I .
say just received by air- "day after day before" trouble. ,
the county and I am asking you member of the
)Uggy. We did get time to run up am a Mason's.
mail parcel post a beautiful That's when the fish bite the day I NOTICE TO DEFEND I to re-elect me for, Just one more Eastern Star, Shrine Elks, Amer-
aluminum Haw Creek and any of you that !. Clrcilt Curt Bradford Coutr. I term. I shall always welcome the ican Legion and the First Baptist
landing net made of before get'there and the day
you Florida: la t'liaarrry.: j advice and counsel of my friends Church of Starke. iT
aircraft type alumirium.,light but after you leave. You folks who 'ish it will be glad lo know that Case Xo. 12-616 Your vote and support will beE

strong. This has a real nice long can't stand too much hot sun he fresh water was pouring out Troy Brown.. Plaintiff vs. Peggy .

handle for reaching out for the should go on the Gulf well pre- and the creek was running like Drown Defen.ant.NOTICE TO APPEARTo .

riad. Saw a couple' cows along : Peggy Brown whose residenceand
'he bank trying to drink and that address is: 105 S. Magnolia i xt
ONE'QT. OR GAL. OF PAINT fast Avenue, Dunn North Carolina. -1 v\: lf...,
water was moving so they ,
i> ''
You ''
are hereby notified that a suit
ouldn't catch the first mouth- for divorce has been filed aganst you BUSINESSBANIUNO \li
FREEWITH : in the above named Court and cause]
ful.Go and you are required to serve a copy .t
up the creek and turn and of your answer or pleading to the ,

EACH ONE YOU BUY"We' 'ish down.; Ought to be good. complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney' ..,
J. Donald Gibson 100 Smith Building htT{ no. ;, .
Jacksonville 2, Fla. and file original 1 rae-.S tOne
Eliminate the Middleman's Profit" APOLITICAL, in-the office or clerk of the Cir- : :
cuit Court on or before the 15 day of 1i\.1l
ANNOUNCEMENTDear : September. 1958: otherwise.the alle- '. i"
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Friends: gations of said Complaint will be '
: taken as confessed
501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville FR 67588That's I wish to announce that I am a I This notice shall be you.published once
:candidate: for''City Councilman each week for four consecutive: weeks !

Group 2.I was born and raisedin in Dated the Bradford this 12 day County of August Telegraph., 1958. 11 J ,:il 3Pc. Bedroom Suite 139.95 '

Starke am 32 years old, mar- .(SEAL)
ried to the former Jeneva Mc- CHARLES A. DARBY,
Mattress 39.50
Clerk of the Circuit Court. The business firm with quality R One Innerspring
Our Business Ateer of Florida and the
Tampa, ,
By, Marian L, Crosby. Deputy Clerk..
i = father of two sons aged 3 and' 8JU-U-S14 products and service, year after year, & J{ 39.50
If It's Glass We Hare Itl! 7. I. am a graduate of Bradford 1.. One Box Spring -
NOTICEbUPPLEMENTAL builds customer confidence and W
CALL WRITE or VISIT High School the University of BUDGET f:
Upon motion second and unanimousvote satisfaction. Two Foam Rubber Pillows 11.00
Florida School.of Pharmacy and It grows in strength and t5tabiity.
the board instructed its Clerkto
Joe Peters Glass Co. the United States Treasury[Agent Supplement the 1958-59. Budget in This same principle holds 6.50
School in Washington D. C. I ama the following manner ffit Two Boudoir Lamps -

FOR ANY GLASS NEED veteran of.World War H, having ESTIMATE RECEIPTS OF GENERAL REVENUES FUND AND true for a bank this bank, for example.Our l .r .

served In the Air Force, and ama 161 Rents (Delete) 1240.00.
service facilities and ,
'We Design Modern Store Fronts Total Estimated Receipts $123,029- ,, resources ; '
member of the Elk's Club, the Price 236.45
.28 J Regular
t --
Just Mail( Us A Pattern for have broadened
experience and '
Rotary Club and American Legion.At .I Less 5 percent $6,15U6I ti m

Table Tops the present time I am the I 95: per centof, Estimated Receipts Ii1
I$116,877.62.Balances expanded through a long span itf
'1313 N.W. 4th ,PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353: owner and operator of Flynn's to Be Brought Forward: of r.J 9-PC. B. R. GROUPE 189.95
Cash $5,228.00Total productive years. .
Drug Store and as a retail mer- Estimated Receipts! and'Balances SALE PRICE

chant I am vitally interested, in ESTIMATED$122,105.82. :EXPENSES' ? '-..

the welfare and of our .
progress GENERAL FUND "
.PROTECT city. At this time when the citiesof 681 TotalgrlcnItural Program I .

your DRIVER'S licenseBUY our state are growing at the From(Agents 9893.65, Clerks to&: Forest$11,393.65.Farmer) YOU SAVE 46.50

fastest rate in their history, I feel Total Budget from $120,605.82 to .
that Starke is definitely falling 12210582. TERMS WITH NO CARRYING CHARGE _
BUY The Board of County Commissioners!
behind. With, a.more PROGRES- of Bradford County will meet on :FLORIDA BankOne
SIVE administration of our city September 3. 1958. at 10:00 A. M..
for the purpose of hearing requestsand of 28 Banks in' at Stark.the .
COST LIABILITY INSURANCE government I feel that Starkecan complaints regarding the 1958- Florida National B HART FURNITURE CO
get a greater share of the 59 Supplemental Budget and from
day to day thereafter it deems it Group I
new citizens and industry that necessary.: p: _

No Membership Fee 6 Mo Policies are moving to Florida each (OFFICIAL Harold K.SEAL Norman.)' Chairman. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 123 E. Call St. STARKE, FLORIDA
I month. I believe that- our city Attest: Charles .A..Darby.
I government along with our coun ,Clerk to Board of County Com-
r ty government should spearheadthe It

move' to' obtain new. industry

\ DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY for our area which will help us POLITICAL,

build a greater and morepros

perous future for Starke.'I earn- ANNOUNCEMENTS r :
ire W. Can Street Phone 285 estly solicit your support and vote .T1.i '

in the coming-election. FOB FAIR AND 'IMPARTIALLAW .. -- : --
George B. Flynn Jr. ENFORCEMENT i : -[ : ; .
[Pd Pol. Adv.1 BEN HOLTZENDORF '', '.' <.' '. .' -
CARD OF THANKSWe Ben Holtzendorf was recommended : : : :
by.Mayor'W. Jackson to the City THE OPENING OFCauffman : .t
wish to express our, sincere Council to'act as Chief of Police effective .
J the date that Chief Thornton I ."f. '--10 ,
thanks to all those who were 'a retired. This recommendation was ap- : "
merDresses unanimously the entire City ,' .
i proved !
comfort to us during the time of Council

Ben Holtzendorf has strived to Improve
the loss of our dear mother,-
the standards of the Police Department -
The family of Mrs. Cora Edmondson. in all nww-ts. Ira .1I..f'S ,
in promptness, courtesy, and efllclea. I
cy in law eiuorcemeni. SERVICE

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Hove Your

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machine features fqr tax and budget work for Safer .. DICK CAUFFMAN .
Shop Friday'Night; 5 to 9 PM for Big Driving '

Shopportunity Showcase Prizes! f\mm at home,perfect for figure Operator ..,.' f ..'.- ....

89 U f v) work of every kind.
'We :Are ,Giving Boys' BACK-TO-SCHOOL OUTFIT! '

Plus TaxBRADFORD ,: T. C HAZEN, JR.a YOUR SUPPLIER .f. !.w%* ,


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Mis Anita I Israel) Mr$. Cll.tl ty 'Hostess Miss Glenda Varnes Legion LaunchesMemberchin

To Wed Mr.I Wells :To Junior ,Club Awarded ,Scholarship Drive;

Year Book GroupMembers ---.-.. .....__.,,""' -- Awards Eberle,
r rRisdye

of the' year Book The annual 'membership 'drive

Committee of the Starke Junior cf American Legion Post 56 got

R2MdMT( Woman's Club were'entertained off to a rousing start Tuesday i

Mooty at. a luncheon' by Mrs. Randal 1'. x night with 60 per cent of the 1959 k f: r .

..... .... w,.,.,.,. .. 1 V- .. _l_ -... .... ( Chitty, Vice-President, at her M goal reported paid up by Member- k ;- 'awR3c4
home on"W. Madison street on L
i I ship Chairman and Vice Commander E

Friday Marriage Viki Struth Honored 4tt Thursday of last week. t Seeber Goodman.The .

'Unites Dr. Barry With Swim-Picnic After luncheon, the committeeheld post has set a gcal of 250
work I ''session and '
a completed : members for 1959, and 150 are
Mrs ShellenbergerMr Viki Struth celebrated her 11th the Year Book which will : already paid up, Goodman said.

birthday anniversary on Aug. '1 go to press this week and will I Tuesday night's meeting was ,

Martha ShelJenberger, of [with a swim-picnic at the Adams' 'be ready for the' first cluo meet- sE j preceded by a hamburger ,supper, ., ar-w' ----, -, -_ .
of Mr. and
daughter :' cottage on Kingsley Lake for six ing in September. Mrs. E. D. I after which a film was shown on,
Mrs. F. H. Kramer of Beaver close friends. Tenly, Jr. assisted Mrs. Chitty in t. l the invasion of France in World Crosby Family Reunion I
Falls Pa., and Dr. A. J, Barry of .
<3 serving. War II. I
Viki's mother, Mrs. Merrill .
Starke, BOn' of Mr. and Mrs.
William N. Barry of Newberry,I I Struth, was assisted by Mrs. S. I I Members'of this committee are! A highlight of the meeting was By Barbara Sue Davis I children. Starting from the left
Mrs. Ben Moxley. Miss BettyJane'Morgan'
'were united in marriage Friday G. Denmark, 'Mrs. H. H. Adams the presentaticn of ,a Certificateof tc the right: Mr. R. G. Crosby of
i Mrs. A. J. Thomas,
Merit to Russell Eberle 200 members of
evening, 8. at 7:30 o'clock 'and Mrs. Steve Simmons.ert mem- Approximately B. Crosby of
.Aug. in, Jr., Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, Mrs. Fairbanks, Mr. L.
the y ber cf the post, for his successful the late Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby
Chapel; the University of
I .J Seymour Marco, Mrs. Jack Griffin Greensboro Mrs. H. P. Gainey
: efforts in
...., administering artificial
Methodist. Church, Gainesville.I. h "t Mrs. Drew Reddish Mrs. Jim family were on hand for the an- of
Breaker Mrs. R. J. Waters
Mr. ,
Rev J. Barry Newberry. respiration and saving the life
{ Thaxton Springfield per-. Chasteen, and Mrs. Chitty, chair- I nual Crosby Reunion at Strick-
formed the and Mrs. T. R. Williams of Talla- of the young sen of Mr. and Mrs. Dundee, Mrs. Mae Mott of Brooker -

ceremony. and Mrs. G. H. man. Miss"" Glenda Vases daughterof Herbert Green at, Hampton Lake lands on August 10th. '
Attending the couple were Miss I harsee, and Mr. ifW.f Mrs. Lee Crosby of Starke
Katherine Dantzler of Gainesville Haygcod of Marianna. \, ... .. I Mrs. Ruby Gaynoe, formerlyof Sunday afternoon. For the third concessive year
... .Futch, Mr. ArdelJ
... ,. Mrs. Lonnie
/ ". ,I Hall DescendantsHold the State Farm, has been a- Stricklands
be Around 100
and Dr. and Mrs. Barry will --- members of the post was picked for the
Dr. Barry's ,
brother I I- warded a scholarship by the Ocala I attended the meeting. site of the reunion because of its Crosby of Starke, Mr. Claude
I friends at
William N. Barry Jr. of New- at home to their r. and Mrs. Frank Laffan an- ReunionThe I and
Club and will attend the of Westconnett,
Rotary I picnicing area and swimming and Crosby
berry. Lake after Aug.
attending the ,home on Kingsley nounce the engagement and ap- i
wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Rob- 20. of their annual reunion of the family Central Florida Junior College Flynn AnnouncesFor boating area.Pictured Eugene Crosby of Brooker. Not
r prcaching
of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. C. this fall. above the the remain- shown is Mrs. Clara Dukes of

I daughter: Anita Israel, to Jimmy Hall was held Saturday, July 26, i Miss Varnes was a student at Council Seat ing members of the P. A. Crosby Lake Butler.

W. Wells, son of Mr. and Mrs at Kingsley Lake. Those attending' BH3 until 1956 when she moved In Chitty's Group

SHOPPORTUNITYFRI. I Walter Wells of Buena Vista, Ga. enjoyed water skiing, boat riding, with her family to Ocala. I I ,
Competition for another City
The wedding will take place in swimming, bowling and a basket BARKSDALE'SFINAL
John Ellington Council seat developed this week
the First Baptist Church Starke, lunch. as George Flynn Jr., Starke pharmacist -
The following group were. pre-
on August 31 with Rev. L. D. '' Funeral l Services qualified as a candidatein
sent: Mr. and Mrs. 'A. CJ! Hall
SAT. Haines officiating. Only membersof Mr. and Mrs. Quitman Hall and Held WednesdayJohn Group 2. He will be running
mate for incumbent Randal ChIt-
+ the family and closest friends children Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hall _
AUG. Ellington 76, retired far- ty, who has also qualified for re
will attend. and children Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
15-16 died at his election.In .
w Youngblood and children Mr. and mer, Sunday morning
1, incumbent W. H.
home near Starke after a long Group
J. C Pierce, and Miss Bobbie
Mrs. .
Waldo and illness., He was born. in Virginia I Billy) Noegel is opposed in his
all of Mr.
Miley ; I bid for re-election by One A.
t For SundayThe on Oct. 30, 1881 and was a mem-
Mrs. R. V. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Joe c
ber of, the'Methodist Church.. Wiggins.
Partin,. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Wil- Councilman T. C.
first annual reunion of Surviving are two sons, Arch Incumbent
i< the'descendants of the late OscarW. liams and daughters and Mrs. and Burk Ellington, both of Hazen Jr., running in Group 3, is
TOP Ann Allen and son, all of Tampa;
and Pearl M. Dyal will be held Rev, 'and Mrs. Wilbert Hall and Starke; .one daughter, Mrs. Otis so far unopposed.It for

Sunday, Aug. 17, at the Santa Fe daughters, Miss Edwina Jackson, Leach Starke; a sister, Mrs. Rosie is still a two man race r

Lake place of Mr. and Mrs. JackF. Clyatt of Providence; nine grand- Chief of Police, with the incum-
Bill Land all of
and Mr. Mayo;
bent Ben C. Holtzendorf'opposed
Miller Sr. children, ,and 23 great grandchildren. -
R 69c Ladies Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hargis and !ihy former city policeman and
e g. ..
The of the late Mr. children of Jacksonville Mr. and Sheriff Sweat. &
deputy Riley 1
and Mrs. Dyal, who are expectedto Mrs. Bobby Youngblood Mr. and Funeral services were held in books closed (
Sizes 8,9,1O 2 for $1 attend the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church City registration tL(7 &e4
are: Truby
Dyal, Gain- Mrs. James Hall and children, last Saturday, and the deadline
Sizes 5,6,7 3 for $1 esville; Lee O. Dyal, Ocala; Irvin and Miss Linda Gail Snowden of Wednesday at 3 p. m. with 'Rev.C. for qualifying as a candidate in \
H. Rhoden. Rev. D. E. Willis,
Dyal, Graham
; Mrs. Ruby D. Gainesville; and Miss Betty the City Election is noon Tues-

Girls' Cotton, Girls' Lace Trimmed and Dyal, Ocala; Mrs. Essie D. Was- Youngblcod and Mr. Don Stephensf .and Rev. H. H. Mott officiating. day, Aug. 19. AND FLATS
Burial was in the family plot in
din, Waldo; Mrs. Annie D. Hil- Tallahassee. The election will be held Tues-

KNIT PANTIE liard. Pompano; Mrs. Gladys D. Kingsley Lake was selected as the church cemetery under the day, Sept. 9, 'the same date as
_. .
WHITE Batiste Strickland liard, Pompany Seffner.; Mrs.,Also Gladys attend-D. the site for the 1959 reunion. Funeral direction, t Home.of DeWitt C. Jones the I first. Democratic primary Values to 5.95 Fri., Sat. OnlyC

PANTIESizes ing will be descendants of the PATIENTS ADMITTEDTO John Magyari! Sr.

2 thru 12 late Wesley Dyal Truman Dyal, BRADFORD COUNTY ScienceFiction'Thriller'

Thoy Dpal, and Lola D. Stokes. ,HOSPITALThe BookedAt Funeral Held

Reg. 79c A short business session will be I Last SaturdayJohn
4 FOR $1.00 following patients were Florida TheatreA /
held, followed by a basket lunch- admitted to Bradford County HoSpital -

Buy NOW for School 2 FOR $1.00Boys' eon. during last week; Wanda N. science fiction thriller, ''TheflY" Magyari I Sr., ,84, died
of Tuesday, Aug. 5, at his home
Edwards, Mildred J.
Worley dealing with the terrifying
Starke after'an extended
Outdoor. Dinner,, Edgar, Harry Parr of Eau Gallie, effect of an atom machine on a I near
:Athletic % '
Honors Mrs: Dorothy Mae Bennefield, James young scientist, will be shown at I
Dowling' of Mr. Magyari was born in Aus-
Sparkman Middleburg Evelyn the Florida Theatre
Arch Cushion Support ..- 2.98 On 83rd Birthday Elizabeth Whelan of Lawtey, Virginia through Tuesday.The Sunday I I tria on Jan. 13, 1874. He was a
member of the Catholic Church.
Ina of Hampton,
leading role is played by a
4 Pairs Sox $1.00 An outdoor, dinner hi honor of. Laura" T,' Goblsty, Kelvin Thomas screen'newcomer AI son I I Surviving are one scn John
; ; Hed as f
Jr. of Starke two daughters -
t the 83rd. birthday anniversary of Steely Qf Keystone Heights, an- energetic t scientist'who'' Magyari ;
Mrs. Rhoda Dowling was held at Robert David Fugatt of Lawtey, young : Mrs.. Annie Hardenbrook. ,
dreams -
up an invention he' hopes I
the home of Fronnie Crews, Aug. Fannie Chandler, Mary Surowiecof i I Starke, and Mrs. Elizabeth Os-
Shop Friday Night Shopportunity Showcase. will revolutionize humanity. The
5, Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby, Mrs. Gainesville, Irma Mae Cain 6f borne, Madison; 18 grandchildren "
idea highly successful'ati I
SEE OUR PRIZES ON DISPLAY Dowling's daughter, broiled the Graham, Charles RobertGreen, .:i first until he attempts the and three' great grandchildren.
experiment -
chicken Fruit punch and birthday and Dorothy T. Randolph of Funeral services were held Sat
on himself. As' he enters
cake, baked by her granddaughter Keystone Heights. f urday' morning at the graveside
Vivian was served for dessert. Also: Barbara Joan Elixson of, the-transfer'booth, he is unawareof in Crosby Lake Cemetery with SHOP FRIDAY NIGHT TO 9 PM

STORES Among those attending were: Lake City, Dorothy Virginia result a co-occupant of the a tiny fly. As a Father Cornelius Dougherty of- See Our Prize on Display in Shopportunity Showcase
Hicks, Betty Testone Mosley of fly's presence, the ficiating. DeWitt C. Jones.Funeral
daughter-in-law Mrs. Joe Hpwlng. .
mkcnine1 Window Next Door to- Our Store.
goes' amuck with the
EAGLE granddaughter AIrs' Tom Lawtey, Herbert Earl Whitten of Home was in charge of arrange-
Raiford, Frances A., Hurst of. horrifying result that 'Hedison
Holden ments.
and little
111 E. Call St. daughter, Alice,
with the giant head and
Melrose, Mattie C. Sargent of
cf Jacksonville grandson I ?
Starke Fla. ; St.
Ehno Dowling and Mrs. Dowlingand ]Keystone Heights, Barbara Jean an arm of a fly. Raymond L. Francis

f Their four children of Gainesville >frhoden of Hampton, Bernice Patricia Owens, Vincent Price, BARKSDALE'SJLW
p: incan Hopkins, Harvey Samuel and Herbert Marshall are seen in
; grandson, Donnie Crews,
\ and Roy Turner. Moritz, Y.erni.Mae Adams of I supporting roles. In St. Augustine I..
Doctors Inlet, and Addie G. Rho-

I Joe L. Dowling, who is employedat den of Raiford. Circle Four WSCSCircle Raymond L. Francis Sr., 67, .. ;

Fort Myers was unable to' be Colored admissions: Alice died at his home in Starke Friday -

at the'party but he and a cousin, Brown. I' 4 of the Methodist WSCS Aug. 8.
Etheridge Cason, had dinner with' had its regular monthly meetingat SHOP
'.. WV for
1..llC\tt :J'1\ tatttxt o Mr. Francis was born in Ren- these
bars, Dowling Sat Y' the Recreation Building:, Tues-
f"V* "N i-* Check On Benefits der, Ky. A veteran or World WarI
Our Prize For day at 8 p. m. Mrs. W. B. Thompson -- -
he was a member of American
Beta Sigma Phi If iiYQ E if Less I I- Jr. was in charge of the pro- Legion Post 56, and the Catholic

Shopportunity Showcase f ,Beta 'Sigma PHI sorority; 'w<- Than ,$2080!\ Yearly gram the which activities consisted of the of Fifth a resumeof An- Church)Surviving- are his wife Mrs..*Vera!l ittj/i! TTe (

have, a swim-picnic at'the Kmgstey nual Assembly in St. Louis, taken
Lake home of Mrs. E' W; ]&eH.ove! 'i. 65 years' of age and from the Methodist Woman. Mrs. Francis of Starke; one daughter,

Hayes on Sunday afternoon*at woineri oVer %2, ''w1l -earn less Titus Olson and Mrs. S. P. Staneff Mrs. Raymond Eutsler, St Augu- w. 1

t.o'qlock. than $2,080.01: .durfiig' .the: year, were hostesses.-' stine; one son Raymond FrancisJr. f t

\ .ilS i map!be' losing' "social-: security ., Jacksonville; a sister, Mrs. 1'---- t-L....... I,

( ilEneti )CCCaiding''t9'L.: O. Mc- Pallas Neighbors, and a brother, '

I WSCS Notice '/ powailV) 'dtStnct'i manager of the Social Club' MeetsThe Fred G. Francis, both of St. Augu-

The regular Methodist WSCS damesfctaeVoIfice; \ of- the_ Social Starke Social Club met stine. Shopportunity Weekend SpecialsBoys'
business Security, AdmUilstration: last Thursday evening at the The Rosary was said Sunday
< and '
.. 'Pr tram' meeting ''McDowan stated'' ttfafr, most Presbyterian recreation hall where night at 8 o'clock in Craig Funeral

will be held Tuesday norning at eveifoie1 knows fovatl'hJ'can! reive.Vctikf5e7ery'month'of games and refreshments were I Home Chapel, St. Augustine, and '

10 o'clock in Fellowship. Hall. : the enjoyed. Hostesses for the evening funeral services were held there Sport Shirts

.. .' ? year. .iiJ.1-? .does not: :earn'' overs1Z0o.bp'if were Mrs. Eula Wigham, Monday morning. Burial was in

.. rt r .R ipr :: any''ho3eoer'ido: } not Mrs J. M. Mitchell, and Miss San Lorenzo Cemetery, St. Augu- Short Sleeve Were 1.65 & 1,95

.., realise. .'they: 'ire 'entitled. *'' to ,a Minnie Bessent. stine.
.. I, check foi'at! :leas-'ona month- evenif'they'Ororg'every'month NOW -- 1.29 1

TMtA p.4RKE "'and do 'Share the Profits M Story !
'ir' A: not earn more 'than $2080 'luring Dang Sleeve Were

the course of a year. Moreover IIr

FrXrSat. theT n receive a check for any NOW- 1.65Boys'
':.. : Auff. 15, 16
'. DOUBLE FEATURE month in which they do not work .
... 'J- i; fof wages of more than $80, or do i
The She Khaki and Pants :
Creature Gray '
'- net render,substantial services in I ..
,- Chester'( Morris, Maria English self-employment. Benefits also Sizes 6-18 Were 2.95 to 3.45 f j'.u j
ai '
.w, AND are payable after an eligible individual 1
r. ."

This Handsome ColeTYPEWRITER "- *Raiders* Of Old the"amount reaches of age his 72 earnings.regardlessof Specials 'for Fri., Sat. August 15, 16 NOW 2.19Boys'

lJN ? ; California McDowall added that if you are r '
Jjnja'Efcvis, Arleen Whelan I White Dress Shoes
over retirement age and earn less RayonBedspreads Fancy BathTowels
Plea SaW Chap. 8 and Color Cartoon than employee
$2080.01 per'year as an -
fof Q ldrenmS Were 5.95 NOW 3.95
or from self-employment

MON. be sure to contact your district <
..1:; A st 17, 18, 19 office of the Social Security Ad- Gabardine School Pants,
'*** J ?GUBLE FEATURE ministration located at 212 South- 80" x 100" f 20" x 40" '
east First Street In 'Gainesville 6. 16

Shop Your Starke Stores* n r>** PARIS HOLIDAY right away. The office is open tothe Were 3.95 NOW 2.45

o Bob ppge* Fem ndeJ, Anita Ek-- public from 9QO: A. M. to 5:00: 1.69 2for89cComplete --

FRIDAY NIGHT, AUG. 15-5 To 9 PM berg and Martha Hjer P. M. ; on Monday through Fridayof '

ANDWlUspering each week. Your local Post- p

YOU MAY WIN SmithAlan master can give you the time Line School Supplies SPECIAL "Bradford High Tornado"

Preston'Foster and place of the Social Security

One or More,-,$300 in Prizes. Being Given Plus Color Ladd Cartoon, for. Representative's next visit to your -OUR SHOWCASE PRIZE TWO THROW RUGS- SPORT JACKETS ,- 3.89

: Chldren.T. community, SHOP FRIDAY ,NIGHT,, 5-9 P. SL

Away at 9fSPM' Wed.. Thur. AUJT.'. 20;* 21. Shop Friday Night 5 to 9 PM WE ARE GIVING

The Return of Dracula i' of 01
: are sincerely grateful to

Bradford County Telegraph The With Flame Francis AND Barrier_Lederer friends recent kind acts bereavement.and of neighbors sympathy Your during for comforting their our PRIEST CO. At V ARElSTOREEst.

OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES With Arthur Franz thoughtfulness will always 1894 Starke F13.n .-

0' __ Plus,Color Cartoon for Kid he n'wt'wbered.-The F. J.Shaw Starke, FIa.
I family. I

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TIk!&Dn.- AUGUST:; U.-..195!... __ __ H "P H _._ ._, _, -' R t1N.'r 8T .LFt.Q...- &, '-___ .. -_ ." r.\c:: :-xrn
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.--_- _-"m 'N,_I -_1__ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile and l Mr. Mrs. Charles Meister!l : pleading to the I from the within
and ,X. M, Smith and s ns spent;;your answer or rwnplaiiit -. right-of-way twenty I
th'is liendfrom tn 'the Plaintiifs Attorney <2li t days from bid aixeptunce. Performance -
family of Miami are spending will return home ve
-1 Fcveral days 'last week touildg ,
-I Alan- C. Winter, Jr. 319 Florida Tile bond in the amount of
several days with Mrs. W. G. Orlando whe.re they spent Washington! ; D. C. I' Building, JarkM.nviIH 2, Fla. and file : $:JtlO.00 ,,,'11: be re-quired of successful
Haile and Mr. and Mrs. Woodfin'' the] summer with Mrs. Meister'spalents I'I the original in theoffice, -<>f the Clerk bkldtr.: The Road Department reserves -
Gerry Beth last Fri-j
Mooty was
of the Circuit Court on or before the FloridaTHEATRE
I Haile at Kingsley Lake. Dr. 'and Mrs. H. B.- Mc- "day overnight guest of Charlotte I 8 day' of September.. 1S3S; ; otherwisethe alt bids.the right to reject any and

Mr., and Mrs. Guy Sale and Le don while Mr. Meister was : Bradley Altamonte: Sp 'iligS. I be taken all'gatluns as confessed: f said (by:'nnioljontwill you. ; STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT
daughter, Linda Kay, were in employed In Orlando during the i OF FLORIDABY I
IN THE NEWS Mr; and 'Mrs. J. C. Hobbs'rand: :This notice shall; be published once I : J. A. nEWER;
Blou tstown over, the weekend summer months.Mr. 1'each' week for four consecutive weeksin DISTRICT ENGiNEER
family the two weeks
spent past
visiting Mr., and Mrs. Jack Sale and Mrs: Vernon Silcox 1 the Bradford County ,Telesraph. I 811| : 2t SIH!
at Flagler 'Beach. Dated this 6 day of Aug. ISiS.:>
---_ _-_-_-_ _._ ..... ..... _,_...._ _,_ 6 and daughter. Linda Kay remained and son, David; are visiting Mr. (SEAL) -
there for the week. The Sajgs .nd Mrs. Leslie Biggs and 'family Mrs. Bertha Pearce visited her CHARLES A. DARBY IX IV THE AM COUNTY> FOR Jl'DGE'S COURT.

..}.!'8. T. J. Griffin Mrs. Carrie Mr. and Mrs. D: A. Montleth also visited Mr, and Mrs. Alton in Decatur. Ga. this week. daughter, Mrs. Mary Lane 'a>patient Clerk ofj the. Circuit Court. FLORIDA.BK.lUrOKO IN PROBATE('OL.TY. :: I

Ritch and Miss Annie Darby have I I of Fort Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. Revel in Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. TUrnip- in St. Vincent's hospital on By :Marian' L- Crcsby, Deputy 1l1i. Cle'k t-IIZS! 1-159 II SAT AUG. 16 ONLY
had as.visitors Mr and Mrs. Warren I I Joe Montieth and son, Davey. of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Furlong of : seed and sons of East Point! Ga. Sunday. !-IX OI1H:---RK,.-.-\-:', The 11..1--- -Estate----, of WALTER S'I. FEATURES

\;. Blanchard and family of I Jacksonville and Capt. and Mrs. Starke and Mr. and Mrs. MaxFurlong' \re visiting Dr. and Mrs.: H.. rf.' Mrs. J. R. Kite leaves tomorowfor NOTICE TO BID {' NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
Tam )a.-and Miss Dinah Cossins R. E. Rhodes and sons; Ricky and tfeek'svacation! .Sealed,_ bids. .will be :ire yired at creditors if.j: the Estate of
iff GatUn-:
and: baby of Gainesville i 'Adams' at' Kingsley Lake: a C'erk of Cnurf''*" rffice Ui !StarV>. WALTER S.'SIBLEY. deceased are
of Anderson. S. C. on Saturday.On .I I Stevie, of Biloxi, Miss. are at the pent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R. ,F. Demorest and Mrs. burg, and Elizabethtcn. Tenn. Florida until 10:00 a. m. Tuesday hereby n 'tifie
Sunday they had as guests Alvarez cottage on Kingsley Lake Mrs! N: S: Danker and' family at W.. B: Sew have returned'! froirf'' Wr:: a'Hd* MrsC., ; : Sapp arid of August the 19.following lEes; covering described the building rtuioval any nay claims have :against or demands said Estate which in they the Iiws'F

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall cf for two weeks. Fernandina Beach., Judy Dankel a several weeks tour 'of'-Europe. '::1 son 'spent Mast weefca-: :wiaireratiyes from right-of-way State Road 200 office of the County Judge of Brad-

sfiriv port, La. i Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Elrod ilso"had Sylvia! Paulk: as a ,guest Mrs: J ssi i i'Y \ '"was'In leaf- 'Iff Savarina'li, and-StateS-: (201):: DESCRIPTION. between Starke OF and BflLDIXG Lawtey. ] ford County in Starke.Florida within, in eight the Courthouse calen-- I WTC&na.uA.. '' :' _''\'fP'iI -,

Miss Sara Barefoot of Jacksonville Jr. and family will be in Clear- ronf .Wednesday'' to" Sunday.MfeS 'wat f h "''wee Ir' visiting' Iter'stetcf. -'' rtiyO. ; ir Su'HtMtftifS;: t +ul% 1-story cement block gift shop |I dar nv nths from the date of the first I i : 'tJt,
*as' visiting her parents Mr. water ever the weekend where = MaihieAiidersoir6f Archerwasr'iisitini'ilr Mi .;Harry*Be 'vet?and' farrfi- M1SS Barbara, Colley' and business bui'ding located on j I publication of this notice. Each claim
.- property\ purchased from F. R demand must be in writing and
and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, over' the Mr. Elrod will attend the Councilof :and'',Mrs. E: M; ily; nurse/at? rCHirtty Jfospttal.sTJeV Carradine. .. must state the place of residence And

weekend.Mr Governors meeting of the Davis from 'Thursdaj; tor Sunday: Mrs. Jnnie DeSha of Wild- Otl aiLs, :'La>'watftnontetftfr*' tile All bid tro are required to ao- I I and post office ad' ress of the clai-
ci mpany their bills with proposal jnant and must be sworn to by the
., and Mrs. Clarence Taylor Lion's Clubs of Florida.'" Mr. Elrodis Mrs.. Paul .B idg S :spent the weod' 'was' the1 l ovemignt'1" gu VSaturdarbf we l'en4;' ;> ':' m '!I' guaranty in the form of a surety bid (claimant his agent or attorney or it M.G'U mKNTS YOUTH IN REVOLT i

and ,familY of Kissimmee were chairman of the council. weekend with'Mr, arid..Mri Paul Mr'', and-Mrs' ; Merrill, bond or cashier's check in the amountof .I will Itw me void according to law.
( Mrs. J. 1 Ogden of $100.00 made payable to the State I Florida National Bank of Jackson-
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch hadas Bridges"; Jr: iri Jacks v1tle stithi:,' d.f,1 Ponipdno\ 'Beach* t day Road. Department of Florida. August 1. 1958.

Drew' Reddish. Mrs. Taylor had weekend guests Mr, and Mrs. Mr,: n4.<| Mrs.,,Colon Rushing ofH1nsvlUeGa.wereSunday Mi'. 'and' Mth Ernest; Phillip i viSitorr-bf: wepl.I, Sahage material will become thepro.ll'rty \1lle
.& "hnd 'Mrs.I !'J.J of the successful bidder and BY:
spent the past week with the jonnie Morgan and Mrs. J. B. ; guests. and'(iaughter.-'Beth' artfvacatlbri1Ing J Doliri : si?. ". -*1 MMriand "' F such material will be tak n into consideration sl| Fred J. Thompson Jr.
Reddishes. Knight and children of Tampa of Mt,. Iid' Mrs: "I.:EClrk'. this 'w ekend; ;'at' 'Daytona in submitting bid propo Assistant Trust Officer. Adminis- .
: Mrs. J. D. Doylex liB I... Successful, bidder will be istrator of Estate of Walter S. Sib-
spent required -
Mr; and Mrs. George Hugginsand and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rowan Mn4.ln: s; X.MSthItIand; : Beah. nd next"week it. theCarl'Johns :I last*1 (!'wllits BtirjanffeiJWJrj.K'RobbvM to enter into a removal contract ley, deceased. JONES. Jft.j4 O'BRIEN
family were at Junaluska..N.C. and children of Greensboro. family spent,' the 'weekend 'with cottage' on Bangsley-Lalce' : :' wee ; and remove building and debris I 8lT-4t-8128| THOMAS MITCHEll. JJHN SMITHPlus

last week where Mr. Huggins Ben T. Crosby of Tampa is Mr. >; hdMrsr:: H; T.\: Smith 'ai Mr; andy Mrs.. L O.:. Powell Jtkenjoying" .!.. Sa-fr, Antonio; ?! Texas, .. --- .

attended the Methodist Layman's :spending this week with Mr. and Lyons,,'Ga., j' 'a two'"weeks' I : JS- tt
Conference for two days. Mrs. L. H. Futch. and Mr. and Sgt and' Mrs., Jerry Lawson i 6 lud ;"N. 'C: \. : ,

Airmen :3-c Dewayne Elder, Mrs. L. N. Stokes. and son, of Orlando 'f and 'fier': : .Mi. nd*Mrs Foster Shi Smith "Missesf :'Jackie1 Colley, Agnes

Kenneth Oarmony, and Bobby Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Crosby of mote.r\t Mrs:-JoerGJimes' of HpiT- nd' family' have r t tnet' frfim* I LawsfcnH'and-JkcWe:( (Hdbbs' a"re Snow'sI1855 Used Car

Riggs' of Gunter AFB ,Montgomery Greensboro were weekend guestsof stor4.Teiasj'; :wett? week'end guests' wo''w 'fci''vaetlon In- StritfoVdJOWaY ; :kdM 'ft m*the S1su m.'r-, .se4.sitnt -

Ala. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Crosby. of M ': .ana';MJ'$' Ew tt'La"7reoa, ; !:fPas 'T& s;; andTSfexico; : !'" f & iba yvfiianm1 jKnss ,:. .

Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Elder. Mrs. J. H. Fields is visiting ,her Mrs:; AjElMcKUm'iy'sperit'rlastweerin.Palatkar 'Mr?. Victor Teag&evaridfdaugi- Rebecca Price' or Valdosta.Mr. "Boo's and Arrow" Car

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hugginsand sister Mrs. R. E. Tanner in Baldwin wiWHe sUler-. ter, ''Vfcki; 'arid 's iftSt ,d.! t t Ga.Nt S: e 1rerttrf r.t'>>\-, I toon. S

family( of Alachua were Sun- through Thursday. in-I mr-c: : ''KfillicaU, 'I Vfrfanl'la{ tfe# r t'. rfu 'S ir tMr: ': Th'bdvr' '. h' ..-

day evening visitors of Mr. and Deep sea fishing off Cedar Key has been ill. of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering.Mr. ., and Mrs; Jack Stephenson r I SUN., l\I N.- TUES.

Mrs.. George Huggins.Mr over the weekend were Bob Firth. Mr. arid Mrs: Joe Martinez and and Mrs; A. Z. Adk ns. Jr. and children"\of Charlotte. N. C, L -' Aug 17, 18
,,and Mrs. Welby Griffis of BUI Jackson. Hugh Ingrain Connie grandchildren Betty arid Larry and children of Gainesville have :were last Thursday visitors' of .

Manchester, Ga. were weekend Harley John Torode, BillStudstm. Martinez of Jacksonville were been spending the past two-\\'feks :Mr. and Mrs; P, M. Barefoot: 1r "

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bill Witt, and Merrill. vacationing.in the Smoky Mountains with his mother at Kingsley\Lake. I Miss Jackie Colley is in' St. i' a __ : : r t&

Sinclair.i i McMillan. last.week.. Mrs. L. F. Smith Sr. has returned !

Mrs. J. M._ Vickers and children Mr. and Mrs. Carl, Sapp and Mrs. J.: W, Kincaid and her home after 'six' months, in 'Augustine,visiting Miss Tuesday:'Susan, to McDonald"Sunday : I Ch 210 Fordor

fpent Tuesday and Wednesdaywith son Charles, were at Daytona sister1.:Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Tampa: Brevard. N. C. She was accompanied v.
Mr. andMrs
week visiting Mr. and spent. the weekend with relatives her R. S. Oscar Hendrix of
the N. S. Dankel family at Beach last I here by' son -
Fernandina Beach. Mrs. John Benny Sapp. They all in Albany. Ga., Mrs. Hoppe is I Pearce and twin sons, Robert Palatka spehtthe' weekend''with' CYLINDER OVERDRIVE .. .

i Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long and I spent a few days in Miami.. spending this week with Mrs. and Bill of' Brevard. Mr, Smith Mr: and Mrs. J. P. DilL ?

son. Dave were visiting relativesin I Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. and Kincaid and Mrs. O. L. Beasley. will"return home Saturday after Mr. and Mrs Charles Dlnkins ''rI :

Albany, Ga. over the weekend. daughters are in Decatur Ga, for l is iri ,Tampa. two months' visit with his sister, .I and farnily=were Iii St. AUg stine' 1 .., 1954 Chev. 150 Tudor 1-I

Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Tatum of two weeks visiting her parents Mrs. M. L. Lawson and daugh- Miss Mabel Smith in Warsaw on Sunday visiting'Mr.; and Mrs. ,

Jacksonville were weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. David Scott.F. ters, Sally. and Mrs. Guy Dyal Ind.. who has b en' ill. Kenneth Kyle. Margaret and I; Ft1 .

jf Mrs: Lucile Davis. M. (Buddy Crawford under- were in Auburndale and Lakel nd Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns Teckyr Dinkins remained with the .

Carlton Faulk of Jacksonville went an appendectomy at the frcm Sunday to Tuesday with and son. Larry Alan of ,Ruskin ' roiy __
wdtiout a
Drew I vgnng
on Groover spent last week
is spending. this week with his Bradford County Hospital relatives. spent the weekend in'Starke visit- ,
I I week. Drayton Colley and Bobby, relatives 'their ith his grandparents" Mr. and .
Cousin, Brad Carter. Monday of last, son ing and 'observing 8CYL. PICKUP Side
Style Body Plus "Gonzales Tamales"Cartoon
J of Washington. D. C. were visit seventh wedding anniversary.Mr. Mrs. Wallace Price in Valdosta

ing Mr. Colley's mother. Mrs. and Mrs. Alfred BeltranSr. Ga.

I:' We Are Pleased To Announce. Laura Colley, the past week. celebrated their 40th wedding '/

Mrs. Charles Sawyer of Jacksonville anniversary with their friends. NOTICE TO BID Tues., Wed. Aug. 19, 20

Beach spent Wednesday' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Becker' of St'aled'bids will be received at BIG DOUBLE FEATURE
That we are the new owners of GEM JEWELRY in nrk of Court' office in
I and with her
Thursday parents, BoyntC'n'Bpach. While there; thev : Florida until -10:00: Starke'l '
Starke and will be happy to meet and serve old friends Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade, Sr., all visited Palm Beach and Miami August 1$. 1358 covering a. m.tho .

and new at our place of business 109 East Call Streetin while Mr. 'Sawyer attended a Beach. I of from the following: described!I- building
right-of-way of State Road :200
Starke. Your Patronage is always appreciated. short course at the U of F. Dr. and Mrs H. H. Adams and ((301) between Starke and Lawt'ey.IJKSCK1PTIOX SI
Curtis Roberts of tarke and Mr. and "Mrs. Jim Brown Godwin OF BIILDI.NG o
1-story cement block gift hhrp andlUKinesg
Miss Nell Dyal of Gainesville were and families spent 'the weekendat building located on
L propertypUitliased
y-, visiting Curtis' grandmother. Mrs. Horseshoe.Mr. from F. R. Carradine.All ON THESE RED HOT USED CAR UAItCAINSCHEVROLET

r1rz1 E. C. Roberts in Daytona Beach and Mrs. Carl White Jr. pany' their bidders bidswith are required a proposal to aecom-

M over the weekend.AI. IIr'; 'ch1tirp! ,",'of w"n\i ".>..(> Q->t.rirda'yvisitors anty in the: form o( a surety bid guar-bond
_4 Steve, and Peggy Yancey of 'Mr; 'and Mrs f r cashier's! chel'k"ln,' the amount of .
$M 00.00
made SNOW
t payable to the State
writ the weekend at Spring Lake Robbie Shalle'r.Mr. Iloa.1 Department of Florida.Salvage .

$ with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and'Mrs: Billy Dowlins and material will become the '.)
: ; property of the mwewful bidder and
.'g md Mrs. Bcb Yancey. family have rented the' former I such material will be taken into consideration -
210 E. Call St. Ph. WO 4-2011 ,
in bid I II
Jim ny' Gahapan; cf Bluffton Methodist; parsonage on ChurcH submitting 'proposals. '
Successful bidder "will be to 4
S: C. is spending ten days with street; Mr. and Mrs: Elbert Thorn- enter int a removal contract required, and _ _ e
Ms Mattie remove building and debrIs from the : ..- i ': .
: grandmother. Mrs I ton have bought the Dowling .
right-of-way within (20) days to
Gahag .. home.. oh Kingsley'. Lake'- : front bid 'acceptance. Performance
p bond. in the amount of $500.00 will
-i. 1- .'. '.,.Sitar.r. .: ;: r.1.f. In' J:Jtdr' : ; -I State!- ,J"foqI.irE'il.of Road Department sueoesGfu bidder reservesth The STUMP'S, SPECIALS

\; ri"+at f 1 reject auy and all bids., c.s
nr: J.Pt.; BREWER .i oeaa***** A come*ww

8114-21-8121 .
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mfK IH HEREBY sorrCE GIVES: s ? lHE flC1ETMB1ES\\YO ll .
That on the .18th.'day of, August .
ll'iH; at 12:00" o'clock noon. the under-
..fgn..d' will sell /or.cash, to the highest BEFORE
and best bidder the following described -
Shop' For Shopportunity Showcase property;
Thefollowing LP Gas cylinders: S- TIlE NEW a
TPLS4451 L366930, LPA38U LU-
: AUG. 15 5..9 P. M. 1835; US649H! ; L47S071! ,' L555390
SHOP FRI. FRIDAY NITE, AUG. 15, 5.9 P.M.SPECIALS. TW72-149'7775: 55736., LM36691 3431. L556390., LM70213:L455766LPA40944 ,.U3,, t Beys' SPORT SHIRTS : FRAKET3N!

L455827, L184735 I>362-,
458 L340483 1 :29738_ .. LM33395,
Shopportunity SpecialsSchick L173134, L556440, 6669 L.189717 .
L455818. L5565! 0. 331%. 337254.228;;
L3344. L.169747 16986. 63913 L55 Sizes 4 to 12 Yrs. Only
6461. L55 29r; L556310. :
Quantity of 3. i Copper Tubing' out
of 3 Condensers; 1 Kerosene con- ,
tainer-20 gallon capacity; 30 ft. 1
Fri., Sat. Aug. '15-16. of various size water pipe;"40 5-- VALUES TO .1 ,
\ 4Elec. Only gallon jugs. and- cans: 1 F lie W .
Water pump No. 125942 with' Clin.
'ton 2 h; p.' Gasoline motor; 1 1 Lsi
Shaver 90LB. BIRD Dempster Pump No.- 4SC-2 'I
with 4, cycle Briggs-Stratton motor -

Reg. 29.50 Roofing 3.50Like Said: sale will be conducted Immediately ,' _
NOW ONLY There's No Time west, of. the. Bradford Coun- '
ty. Jail, in Starke, FloTifia. and will SALE I IUPUMATUIAI.
The Present HALF-GAL. ROOFING b& held accordance. with Chapter TtCliiIUiL0Rtttw41'
ip 1950.Shopportunity I 562. Florida' Statute- of 1955.
For This the. 6th day of August A. D.. PRICEC
.. Cement .50 19581. Ik jerana TM bur w3 lie par iw!
REMODELING Charles A. Darby.Clerlf .
of Circuit Court
Bradford County,'Florida %rJtS pis.e'IME
Let Us Help You With

Materials And Expert Nails 87C REVENGE lOffRANKNSUIMI
lb..20 : dr ELECTIOJTI
Days Are Trade-in Days Advice Call Today! WIlliam T. JIUI t Starke, Florida, by virtue: of. the
authority vested ,.la, me, by Law.- da
GEM JEWELRY I hereby call art Election tobe held at
7 IDEAS and NEEDS C' theFire Station in the aforesaid Town '
I I by- Qualfied voters on Tuesday. September '
I 9; 19sS, for the purpos of! EACH 'M"
Put all l your ideas on Q '1 electing- following' officers I Plus "Happy Tots" Cartoon

49.75 Watch 15.00; Trade-in I style, color, special: feat. OXE ONE YE.R.'G&otpi CHIEF. Of, POLICE, FOB 2 ,

I ures i writing; List all ; ... _. -_ Thur., Fri. Aug. 21, 22

.* YOU PAY ONLY 34.75 I I Check the materials magazines you for need.latest / YEABS.GKOVP ONE ONE ALDERMAN ii ALDERMAN,. FOB FOB TWO TWO Boys' WESTERN% DUNGAREES ,MO VIE GREA THESS! :

MORE. FOR HIGHER PRICED WATCHES I trends on design and / YEAKS. "
I construction. OXE 'ALDERMAN FOB ,TWO Sizes 4 to 12' Only

iEftINSFECTORS' . .' 39
.' Assorted IO (I It ) Values to 1.98
KAY STOVEj.) I j. ; F


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'001 / IIP_T timony. whereof- hereunto I '
: J '" '., Easy Financing' I subscribe roy native, and cause .the .
t. ars'tirienesltmberIever Seal of Said Town to be hereunto Shop Friday' Night -- 5 to 9PM
NO DOWN PAYMENT I affixed .t",. the '5th. day of August
Values up to 2.50 Beautiful iawf A. Dj 195t.OFFICIAL

To Be Given ( SEAL) See Our
Away i WfLLIXJTT. JACKSON MAYOR Prize on Display in Shopportunity
Your Choice FJIA Title 1 Loans or : ..
A11ET: ,
ABC Plan Loans iGOVERNMENT CARL JOHNS Showcase Window
Costume Set
Only $1.00 I Aug g, U, 22. 29, Sept. 5. ISiS -
Fri. Nite; 9:15Q.EJEWELRy P.M.\ LOANS 1 Revere WareCOFFEE -
I 'b-Mr (dirt Bt*dfCttiterry. .lIat1, STuMP'SDEARThENT
POT I Fl fld.:' la' : I
,Ca.. & I.U7 .
: "i'p41'; ; I 12.00 Value l Mattie McCull.iujhVd, {'laintiff.I. ,
I \'!. Wlliam D. Wood Defendant AMERICM-INTtRNAnONAlHCTUREt
'QUALITY & S1RV1CL. I I To Be Given, Away : WHllanf{ D. Wood hose residence STORE '-
JEWELER' i 'and address is: Unknown. ; "
-STAflKE'SiLEADING Phone Ji Pius $couts to JleselJ@"Cat-
I .9':1& You are.hf rebjr: notifiejl that a suit I :
Aug. 15 P'.1I fer-divorce reirtTation of maiden
and .
1O9 E/ Call Ph.. VP 4-5211 banie has been filed agaian you in ; E. CALL Sir. PHONE WO I-2G51
t -- :.aLeJt1Ct9ttLtht 1! .and'I' -' -- -- -- -- -- l -
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I- lUll we required to serve a copy of lt





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:: Eberle Saves Another I ,

Life By Use Of I'rrlze Living Scriptures[ by Jack duns",

S 1.1 PFflQ i (J I? Artificial RespirationContinued L Following Support of God's Church

[ from Page Onel f. 'F20\'E ME NOIVHEQsvm4

nerve-wracking treatment, the
Lcg OF lc Z
boy gave the eagerly-awaited gasp IF I WLL: NOT OPEN
; $IL WATER HEATERSFor that means natural breathinghas YW THE WINDOWS"'
been resumed. I .r OF VAVEN.* AMDpcuevcuouTA
iJ : )
Mr. Green then placed the child 61E461TH3TTaERE I

More Hot Water in his car and rushed him to SHALL IBTK :
Ji'adford County Hospital, with ROOM ENOUGH

Eberle accompanying them to con- 1 11 / 1 TO-AU RsC lvE:: 3r0 IT r

FASTER CHEAPER tinue ,the artmcial respiration ,_M I1 ,
process if needed on the way. As ,' : ,

the car'weaved through the heavy i 9 ? :

Sunday afternoon traffic, Eberle Tyr
s S I.
said he lost the necessary rhythmin }

working with the child, who _
Go Gas stopped his breathing process --t i iI ir
L : again. Eberle then breathed for

him by placing his mouth againstthe

child's and by the time they ing by far the greatest compar-

!: reached the hospital Charles Charges Dismissed KEROSENE BLAMED ative number. There 28 of the 132
Robert was "coming around all FOR MOST CASES I
cases were due to drinking kerosene -
right." Against Lawtey OF CHILD POISONING AI

After remaining under observa- In Miami only six out of 148
RENT YOUR HEATER School PrincipalCharges Aspirin, insecticides and kero-
tion at the hospital overnight, were blamed on this cause, while
continue to be the greatest i
the child was dismissed Monday were dismissed by sene Tampa reported eight in 147. All I .

kept in practice with as a fire- County Judge T. A. Yawn Aug. child poisoners according to fig- but seven of the victims of kero- l I ",t h

FROM SLADE man. After about 15 minutes. of 5, against Hugh B. Ingram Jr.. ures just released by the State ':\ 1 1I .
poisoning under four I
. sene were 'l
Board of Health, covering the activities Il
principal of Lawtey Junior High .. .
TED: RIGHT the ,.
ronsT oar years of age. Dr. Bond surmisedthat ."
of the state's 16 Poison
School of assault and battery .
way you write. Come hi and select ;:
Control Centers. Jacksonville's heavy lead in i ,!-
yuur favorite ESTERBKOOK with a paddle on a nine year old ','.

1 NO FINANCE CHARGE f'ouDtaln'Pen.., Tll&GRAPHt Lawtey student. Statistics complied in the officeof this category might have been due
Joseph M. Griffis, father of the Dr. James O. Bond, state epidemiologist to the colder climate, which could

boy brought the charges on show that 724 poison- I
I \ tend to expose children to this members of the Madison Street
2 .- FREE Installation to Gas I April 25, when his son, Gerald, ing cases were treated in the Poi- danger for a longer period of the Sponsored by Baptist Church

I developed severe bruises after a son Control Centers located in year. The kerosene poisoning I '.
I the of 16 leading --- -
at the rooms -
punishment paddling emergency
victims were divided to
3 No Upkeep school. hospitals throughout the state. I equally as I of 1941, will register with the Clerkof at Rt. 2. Box '7I-A, Starke. Florida.
race. the Circuit Court, in and for Brad Kenneth L. James and V R. Smith,
The child was hospitalized at These poisonings resulted. in five Insectidies, with 95, and unknown -. ford County Florida, upon receipt of Rt. 2, Box: 71-A, Starke, Fla owaera. I
: deaths. proof of publication of this notice the Dated this 25th day of July A.D.
.r King Memorial Hospital in Lake' I with 80, ranked high. Oth- tictitimiR name of Seminole Ranch un- 1957 at Starke, Bradford County
I Butler for a few days. Dr. Boles, Internal medications, chiefly ers' on the list of substances ingested der which we are engaged: in business Florida 7131 4tp Sf21

testified at aspirin, sedatives and laxatives, ------..--- ---- --'--'----, --- -
attending physician, included cleaning agents, -
%We do all for the small of
price the preliminary hearing early in somehow used improperly, were poison plants, rat poisons, turpen- "

May that although the bruises the cause. of 320 poisonings with tine and cosmetics. ... Sell It Rent It Trade H

I were severe, tests on the boy .98 cases of this kind reported in -

$$1.95 per month with option to hewed that he would bruise persons over 20 years of age. The WANTED Clean retron Rags

easily.In I same fate befell children in all %WITH' A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Does your home dismissing the case against age groups, in sizable numbers, No Pants, No .Shirts, Must Bt

purchase. You save this difference insurance protect you Ingram, Judge' Yawn cited the but the ver-present: and dangerous Clean. Bradford 'County Tele
law allowing corporal punishmentin insecticides proved too stronga 20 WORDS OR LESS One Innrrtloa UIl.I.... Ctarge) ?? ,75

:as well as the holder Florida schools. He found no temptation for the very young, graph. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 0 ,_ ____ Ce'Per W r
with, 71 cases reported in"the 0 I 20% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT INSERTIONS! lAME AD
evidence that the
other fuels. punishment exceeded -
over of your mortgage note? that allowed by law. through 9 age group. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 2Se ADDITIONAL FOR BLIVD' ADS OR ADS NOT PAID .11 ADVANCB. i

Kerosene, accounted for 64 poi- REGISTER' FICTITIOVS NAME
If you were to be burnedout soning cases among children un- Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ________ $1:3 Per tack Pint ......10.
under the provisions of '1.00 PER INCH FOR SOME AD REPEATED ONB OR MORE TIMES
tonight, chances are Rites Saturdav I der 10, with Jacksonville provid- Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts
__ _ ___ ___
your insurance money n ., CARDS OF THANK (Vp To 50 Ward) -._ .. wet'OVER .e.
See Slade for the Best Hot Water 50 WORDS __ 4
would be sufficient to payoff For Mrs. Whelan -------------- Cent Per Word .
the mortgage note on Share the Profits in Starkee. MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS 4 Ctmtu Pee WeN-

Deal in TownSLADE your home. But if you Mrs. Evelyn Norstadt Whelan I '
can't count on enough 54, of Lawtey died in a Starke FOR RE Furnished first floor FOR SALE Penta process (treated"
Close in desirable lo-
7 following apartments. fence posts. 4 miles Norm'oa 301.
hospital Thursday, Aug. .
full All conveniences. H.
money to cover the cation. (" Green & tiakken Poet Co. UCIW
a heart attack. Xollman. 228 1V. Madson St. tfchg
value of your equity,
underinsured.Come Mrs. Whelan was born in FOR REXT-Three bedroom apartment. WE HAVE a new loan program'' for
you're Large living room, dining farmers. Loans of 1 to S years
Chicago, HI. Oct. 6, 1903. Her par- 11
for the
for a' entire
see us property room and kitchen. Gas heat. Tele- credit require.
ents were the late Otto. and Anna phone installed. Call 99-W, 429 \\. ments of the farmer and his fam
insurance checkup.
Olson Norstadt.Funeral Jefferson St. tfchg ily. Gainesville Production. Credit
CO Hortb. Main
services were held Sat. REAL: ESTATE Gainesville, Fla. tfcbr
H. C Wall Agency I urday at 2 p. m. in the DeWitt C. FRIDAY, SATURDAY AUG. 15, 16 New construction homes for Starke and will are be now completed under -- RADIOS REPAIRED -

Jones Chapel with Rev. L. D. in a specified time. They represent All Make -*AU Medea
the latest in modern home construction teaioaable GAargesg.araateel
Phone: 146 Haines officiating.
and are built under the most SHEPHERD'S RADIO 'A TV
200 E. Call Street After the service here, the body 11A,? rigid VA and FHA" inspection. Three 226 lamas Greem. Owner
living and dining W. Call St. Pk*.. ZSl
GAS COMPANYNEXT was sent to Chicago, Ill. for in- bed moms large '
Starke, Fla. areas, one and two baths floors,I. Starke FU. ..,.,.
terment. walls and ceiling insulted electric
DOOR TO NINN DIXIE appliances, utility rooms, car ports FOR SALE-14 In x U ft. steel
iiprtit1&U"g eM Mrs. Whelan was a cousin of and garagea. Down payments as low I! culvert pIpe S1.25 ft. ALSO Build
Mrs. Agnes A. Swanbom of Law- as $360.00: ; monthly payments less fug lots for sale IB S.uth Gate
Phone WO 4-3551 Hartford FireInsurance than rent. Come -in today, make your I Subdivision. Low down payment.
tey. reservation and own one of these Low monthly payments. BILLY
Company brand new modern homes. Our time JACKSON, Phone 185, c/o Central
.. I
is your time. Let us show them today. Truck Lines. ttcbg
Friday Is Holyday Two bedroom frame house with all

.rBIG ii modern conveniences pays furnished ONE BEDROOM furnished apartments .
For Catholic 1
Faith iremile
Loi 165; X 47 for
Phone 185, W. T.
FORD FORD FORD .. .. FORD FORD FORD FORD from city limits, priced at $!.- Jackson. ttcbg
15 ot JOO.OO. You will be glad you let us
Friday, Aug. is the Yeast
Q show this house and grounds. GENUINE ENGRAVED
0 the Assumption of the Blessed Beautiful 1 acre lot, paved highway with double envelopes Wedding- 100 invitations -
Virgin Mary into Heaven, and a SCREEN ideal site for 2 homes. A real bargainat for $2i.9.;; Bradford Cour'v Tele.
$ Iraph.
2 Holyday of Obligation' in the buy is when people want tf
(The time to
D Catholic faith. "All Catholics I 21-INCH OVERALL DIAGONAL. I to sell) SANTA FE LAKE FRONT LOTS for

= Terwillegar Motors S must attend Mass on this day'" MEASURE, 262 SQ. INCHf;} j t'I.ORIU.RE.U.n'116 X Walnut St.:; CO. 371-W Sale!/ :Guy Andrews Phone ;383 tfch or*

; Father Cornelius Dougherty said VIEWABLE I AREA I Tel. WO 4-giOl:;
fl in announcing the observance. I Announcing the opening >f Used
I MAMA PRIEST kindergarten will Building :Supplies. Used lumber of
0It's Mass will DC celebrated at St.William's bold open house and registration Ang. aU types, windows, door, plumbing
I 28 from 9 to 1! o'c-lwk in PresbyterIan Ubed. tin roofing Used Cypress
Chapel in Keystone !' h churrh. Bring child with you. benches Ideal for any outdoor use,
2J I II Heights at 7 a. m., and Masses Mr 'Iy.lp l Prif-"t. 4ti'hg t fi1i $1.00 per ft., 8 to 12 ft. Ion*. Phone

2Q J a FACT wiU be at St. Edward's Church in MODEL 4231-E i i BARGAINHome and General Repair Central 165 W.Truck T. Jackson Lines Transfer ttchg, c/o

Starke at 8:30 a. m. and 5:30:: business. F. Case, all W. Brownlee\
2i 3 p. m. Confessions will be heard St. Starks. Fla. 4tp 8123 FOR furnished RENT home-Very on nice Klngsler 2 bedroom Lake.

(before all Masses. FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnished; Circulating heater garage!!, pier ana
Because of the solemn feast, nn tRlr apartment Tall 41-W. tffhg boathouse. Available Sept 1 to
1 June 1. Contact Carl Johqs. ,J Phone
S this Friday will not be a day of REPOSSESSED WCRUTZEB i 20 or 45. tfchg
abstinence. Catholics eat PHILCOIntroduced SPINET PIANO
may .. .. WANTED TO. BUY '- Cattle for
rrfln r"
I -; NEW. and USED CARS and meat all this week, including !Fri GRIDLEY Take P JH'MC paymeBl COMPANY or INC. stocking ranch. ,Any kind. ContactJ.
R. Wainwright, Phone 10%.,
day Fther stated. lots Beat Coiffrt.ltj Avenue q
Q Pboae FR t-4832 FR t-1086 Stchg2
TRUCKS have been delivered 3
:: : Gala.srllle Florida FOR SALE 2 bedroom roM te

ttg 6L1. by Terwillegar Motors since POD Local ManagerFor 39 MAN OR of WOfANto established customers take over In on block approximately furnished or 30 unfurnished acres. Call nouse L.
t Starke. Weekly profits of $5000 or M. Gaines, day S118-J. night 3JJ-W

ttQ I our opening JUNE 1st of this I (rVtIIIU more at start possible.necessaryWill No oar help r-r r tfrhg.
other investment
Ruble, HOUSES FOR SALE to be moved oft
started. Write C. R.
you gt
Jim Walter Corp."World's Watkins Company Hiway 301 north of Starke. Please
8Th" J. R. '
: year. v .. t' O Dept Memphis 2, TVnn. Up contact,Herman Hartley, I.ake City,
Fla Call mnt 41 3Mir! 8'14'

X Largest HomeBuilders" NOW, months ahead of time! FOR RENT Contact A two Mrs.bedroom Joyce FuUh.Itp housein FOR SALE-Bale* hay several .different -
2I O Lawtey. kinds-by the bale or by the
Buy now and save! New 59 chassis, cir ton. Aim/ 20 registered Angus CowsJ. --

2Q I I Will Be At cuitry!Super-bright Aluminized picture.Top- FOR RENT Apartment furpishe i B. White, State Farm Road. 2tp-

: VOLUME SALES and LOW OVERHEAD *n level Tuning! Built-in, Pull-Up PIVOMENNA Coney Island. Apply at Store. 511 FOR RENT Bence Kings-
F Br"wnl St:; 41p914j Cottage on
O STARKEHARDWARE -gets sharpest picture. smart Ebony-finUh I ley Lake. Available last week' In Aug.through .

0.. Make It Possible To Sell for Less! \ CO. with gold trim. Complete .'. No extras to j sell FOR almost SALE-Owner new, 3 bedroom transferred.Lake home Must I after that Labor date. Day. Winter tfchg rates

2O buy See it today! and 8 acres. Located on State Rd.
bu \ From 8 AM to 6 PM 180 near Keystone Heiphts. ContactDr. FOR RET' -JVlcelT furnished 7 room
Bollineer In Ptarke or S. S. Saw- house. Air conditioned living room
1 i Special N o we. Priced at Only oar Knvatnna H.4s4ite| _Itrhg double garage. Fenced back yard. No
THURSDAY-EACH WEEK rhldren. $7$ per mo. 221 W. MadisonSt.
Q WITH CLYDE TERWILLEGAR I FOR RENT-2 bedroom home with I Dorothy Waters owner phone
TIO large porch near water on. Kingsley WO-43941 for appointment Bitchy
tf For Lake Available Mrndar Aug. 1*.
TODAY and aee-how you can save :: SictmnV Food and Card t Co itrhgNOTICE1 WANTED Experienced Waitresses
P9D AppointmentsCALL 19995 Must be.' neat and capable. Apply inperson
2I. hundreds of dollars on your new Mark and brown female at Green Oak 3 miles.. Southof
Herman 1 white female '
Polkdog. Starke ,I FORD. I JACKSONVILLE English.. Bull Dog puppy. Contact ".
m" .. Aaoe 1ti'hl '
ONLY 10 Per Cent Down 2 Years Bank Terms FOR .SALE: 1SJ1 4-door Plymouth.
Q EV 7.1141 CollectOr Reconditioned engine. Czc ll aigriiape.Contact .
O FOR RF'oor-Aoartmt'nl 3 rooms
-30 Mas. fo 'Pay Dealer to Bank bath. unfurnished or party furnishedn Col. Griffin. Camp BlajiiJing.LOST !': .
O Factory Warranty Financing t rtJ 1t1tchc
< WO 4-5311 > State Farm Road at city limits.
w 0 C./'H. NASWORmV Philco Dealer D. A. Judd RL 2 bP* 145AA Starke.1tt .,.Ladies i brown aUJeatohallet.

Starke, Fla. Reward 'will' b* given if returned to
FORD. 310 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. owner Helen Kelly or Telegraph Office.
FORDS FORD FORD FORD FORD FORD (tf) FOR R.u..Fr-P.ra Jl a bushel. Contact .
I I T. U Wainwright in Lawuy ltp I I I ltp



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By Mrs. J. Russell Young r

1 Joyce and Marty\ RothhammerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Barnhill's Fishing Camp reports ,,

Registration Set For School |half day sessions for all. School L'S v good catches including the''
children will be released during 4s Sk ya 75 bream and shellcrackers-
On Tuesday, August 26
allj i Mrs. H.
G. Barnett is home
caught by Richard and Lamar
pupils who were not in Keystone these days at 12:30.: Milk ice '
Heights School last session or j cream and cookies may be purchased after a short visit with her son rR fi% !I .t r" Crosby cf Pompano Beach and!;

who have not previously been during the morning recess ; 'in Winston Salem, N. C. She also Bobby Dyal of Brooker. John Dees'of

1 registered are reQuested to report I|,,of these three days. spent a couple of days with her Lawtey brought in 20 bream,
daughter in Jacksonville. J. P. Elkin and Jess Quigley of-
Tuesday. September 2. will be
to the school between the hours '
]. the first full day of school. The Mrs. Helen Foster has enjoyeda Jacksonville fishing at night,
of 10-12 or 1-3 for registrationand 'caught 50 bream.
l school day for all except the first mcnth's visit with her daughter a tai
class assignment.The I' graders will be frcm 8:38: to 3:30.: : Mrs. M. Erickson cf Fort Visitors at BarnhuTs were J. P.'

1958-59 school year will New Members AddH I to Faculty Lauderdale. Tuell and party from Jacksonville
begin Wednesday. August 27 at Aaron Brown and family of Jack-
Mrs. Florence Harris and Mr Mr.and Mrs. Leon Ridaught
8:30.: August 27, 28 and 29 will be Carl Duncan have been added to Jr. of Keystone have announcedthe a sonville and Mr and Mrs. George
v- Newberg also of Jacksonville.
the faculty of the Keystone birth of twins, a boy and a I Walker's Sport Center reports

Heights Elementary School. Mrs. girl, July 27. Both parents are Harold
Lawrence's catch of a
I Harris, whose husband is with the graduates of Melrose High School. '
number of small bass in Brooklyn
Insurance Commission in Green Mrs. E. W. Stinert is home Lake. .

Ccve Springs has been a residentof Services Set For New Church after a three weeks. vacation up'''' L' : Your "Keystone Highlights"
Florida for some time livingin North. She visited her niece in' S ; correspondent also put in a line

EVERYTHING YOU Lake Geneva for the past three The congregation of St. Anne's:!!nolia Avenue in Keystone. including air conditioning will Mountain Lakes, N. J. She also ::: h during the past' two weeks while

NEED I Episcopal Church Keystone I Because the minister Rev. Allen be completed in September.In spent York time sight-seeing in New i{ vacationing in Miami. This was
and .
: KEYSTONEJEWELERS Heights, will attend services in Batt. will leave soon to return to visiting other relatives.She I ti" ---- ----- a very handy way to fish, right
LIVE BOATS above photo Mrs. Gay reported time but ONES THAT DIDN'T GET AWAY
a good
the new building for the first time his home in Australia the new off the dock in Biscayne Bay at
COTTAGESRUTLEDGE'S- I I: on Sunday, Aug. 24. Constructed church will be opened althoughnot Livingston a member of the con- was glad to be home, again. Pictured above are Glynn Roth- the back of the apartment house

# Expert Watch Repairing: of antique brick and cypress- entirely complete. gregation, is. shown talking with: We are sorry to hear that Col. hammer and Tom Crutchfield I where we go to visit our daughter -

Quality Line Jewelry 'stained redwood the attractive According to Fred Dodd, the the electrical contractor, Robert I' R. H. Kelly spent only a coupleof with .30 trout and one shark I brought in some small, red

1, Mi. South of Keystone : new church is located on Mag- contractor the finishing touches. H. Jackson. I'. days at his home before returning caught on a recent successful snappers threw back a numberof
On Route 100 l- Walter M. \ to the Naval Hospital in fishing trip., toad fish and let one big one

V- years. Mrs. Harris received her The congregation and Mr. Batt trip together, going up to the Jacksonville. While this might not be the get away, hook and' all, when net

early education in Bar Harbor hope to be able to hold this service mountains of North Carolina Mr. Johnny Olsen of Haines I biggest catch ever scored on a took my line under the pier and

J Maine and has attended the Uni- in the new sanctuary, although paying a visit to the Walraths City is spending a week in Gain- trout-fishing top it was the cut it on the barnacles! Our

\\Jk Keystone Cleaners & Washeteria verstiy of Florida. She formerly it will not be completedby Sr.. Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Bar- esville. He will spend some, time pride of four Melrose residents.On neighbors caught 'a good sized

\ liJ Phone 3121 For Delivery Service taught in Green Cove Springs.Mr. that time. wick. A visit to Cherokee seeing visiting Miss Kate Webb. July 28, Glynn Rothhammer barracuda and .tarpon from this

Duncan received his B. S. I In the absence of Rev. Mr. Batt the outdoor production "Unto Peanut Boil To Be Held his son Eddie and sisters, dock.. Next. time 111 take a bigger
6q&4ZZi SAVE with Cash and Carry degree from Berry College in last Sunday, the service was conducted These Hills", and going over to The Melrose Public Beach on Margy and Joyce left at 3:30 a. lure maybe one of Mr. Walker'sand

June. 1958. majoring in Business by Mr. Frank Allen of Gatlinburg.Mrs. Lake Santa Fe will provide the m. for Cedar Key to go deep sea try to- bring. in a big. one! "

Adminstration and minoring in Jacksonville. J. Russell Young has returned setting for a free peanut boil Sat- fishing. Because the boat was The.Rutledge fishing camp re-

Physical Education and Health. Nearly New Shop Moves from a two weeks visit urday, August 16, at 8 p. m. chartered they went trout fishing ports C.: E. Franklin' and party

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE While at Berry he played varsity The building across from the with her daughter, Miss Edith Given each year by Mr. RayFord instead on a boat driven by from Jacksonville, and other

baseball and basketball and had Banner food store, now owned by Young in Miami. and everyone is invited. Crutchfield. guests from Cedartowri, Ga. and

Men's.\ Women's Children's Clothing & Shoes considerable coaching experiencewith Dr. Loomis of Jacksonville is now Col. and Mrs. David A. Nelson There will be plenty of peanutsfor At the end of the day they returned Melbourne are guests In the cot-

intramural teams. He comes the home of the Nearly New Shop have returned from an extended everyone. If it should happento sunburned but happy. tages. Many bass have been
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY recommended both from 30 trout [tail 12 inches but not especially large '
highly conducted by the Auxiliary of St. vacation in the East spending a rain that night, then it will be over longland caught

Keystone Heights Lucile Foster Owner the Dean of the college and from Annes Episcopal Church. The month in Cambridge, visiting held at Mr. Ford's home. So be one shark. A "man-eater"I ones.Mr.
the head of the Department of shop has been doing a thriving their daughter' and soninlawand sure to come! the shark weighed it>>out seven and Mrs. Rutledge have
Physical Education as to his business in the new location little pounds and broke two lines before their daughter, Mrs. Bill Woodward .
grandson. They spent
Miss Pat Preston has to
scholarship and leadership ability. where it is more accessible and three weeks in Maine visited on I gone he was finally landed by and her daughter Becky
Sea Island
with relatives to attend -
Mr. Duncan is married and is Joyce. visiting from Thomasvile Ga.REUFEARN'S .
I Lumber Hardware Paint articles can be displayed to better Cape Cod.They stopped in a convention. She will then -

6UIUXN6SUPPLIES Cement -, Concrete Blocks presently,living on Lawrence Blvd. advantage. Springfield. Mass.. Philadelphia go to Atlanta'and spend a few
These two new members join Rev. Young Returns
; and
Fayettville Nv C. weeks visiting friends and rela-
Precast U Lintels the former faculty members, who After a month's tour which included Mrs. Alma Frost has returnedto
include Mrs. Susie Gornto, Mrs. tives.Mrs. PLEDGE TO' YOU
a trip through the troubled
Keystone Heights for the win- .
All Lengtl sLighting Bonnie Jones. Mr.. Paul Peters. W. P. Guess spent the
Middle East. Rev. J. Russell
ter. She will of
occupy one Gladys
Miss Emma Mansfield and Mr. weekend with her sister and
Fixtures Young pastor of the Community Tillis' apartments:She 'sPent the brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Robert Knox. Principal.
Special Council Meeting Church of Keystone Heights, will summer in Aurora HI. in Boston, M. Robinson. Mrs. Guess is from We will not be undersoldWe
be back in his pulpit on Sunday
11 and Burlington, Vt.
Stevenson. Ala. and will join her
Thursday August 14. a special
ROY W. TYRE August 17 for the regular Morning -
of the Town Council Mr. and Mrs. Nelson have husband in Miami.
Worship Hour at 10 a. m. : will meet all Hotpoint Advertised .
returned from a recent' trip' to *
meeting with the consulting en- Rev. and Mrs Ray Stedham
During Mr. Young's absencethe
gineers on Clay County Zoning Greensboro, N. C. left Monday to go to Fitzgerald,
pulpit has been ,supplied by "
will held.at-theTown Hall at Mr. and Mrs. L..,R. Brault and Ga.. Tne'y will-spend 'a'couple of prices .

t Phone 2741:' ., 4 > c.. .Heights, Fla. 8 p. m. The meeting; i. forittvi two chaplains from the Naval Air i tWBUJih ve ej'urne.J( :from a vacatiQnotripaoTDagtonn days visiting her parents and ...."" ._ .vf; "W?
.'vi' ; Technical Training Center, JacMgqnville. 'T -** :
f purpose of dealing willi- the' co ::! ? ? Beach., sister. { ''
I! Chaplain, Frank R. Mor We service what we sell .
ordination of activities of 'town ten: and' Chaplain E. M. 'Reagen. I _?4r. Francisi!!. ,Clark!' was in Keystone Miss Jean'Neale is visiting her *

LAKE FRONT SPECIALS NIVhitt and county contiguous areas. I Heights. over, the weekend. brother Rev James Neale at his
New Books For The'Library Jr.Bake He has returned to join Mrs. '
home on Lake Swan. Miss Neale
"Please don't Eat -The Daisies" I Clark in ..Tennessee.; .
; Sand Lake A Good Investment A baked goods sale'will be held previously has been an art teacher .
-how about this for. an intriguing the Mrs. Arneeta J. Reed of Punta at Melrose High. Mrs. Neale
by Women of the
LOTS AT $1250) .title? This is cne of the new Church on August 30, Labor Day Gorda. .returned home on Mon- and son. Jimmy are spendingtheir I
books written by Kerr, which you day 'after .spending two weeks vacation with her parents.
These lots are easily reached: require little, clearing and will find on our Library shelves weekend.Campers At Goldhead with her sister Mrs. HaroldLaw- Rev. Neale left Wednesday I to

next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958"S. now-other new additions are Dr.Slaughter's Interest this week centers around rence. Mrs. Reed is a former resident join his family for the next couple

new ,,book "Day- the various who of ..Keystone Heights. She of weeks. j
treak", Kimbrcugh's "It Gives drove up .with Mrs. Ruth Allison
Mr. and Mrs. James Gaboardiand
have camped overnight in the
E. M9KA Y -- REALTOR Me Great Pleasure," "PrincessSophia" Park. These included a group of, who returned ,to Punta Gorda family have been spending
by..Marshall, "Never after a two day stay with the i
Diary girls from Girl Scout Camp Chen- about a month in Connecticut 13 CO. FT. FREEZER
Look Back" by Pearson "The Lawrenc.es,
oweth who spent Monday nightat Their daughter, Margaret } left
Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209
Keystone Heights of Ann Frank"-and the very Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Daurer attended -
Monday to her vacation
the Park and another group of spend
interesting "Second MayflowerAdventure" the -"Rodeo" given by the
the girls who spent Thursday touring the New England States
by Charlton.. Baldwin ,Company in Cincinnatifor
night in the Park. 48 Boy Scouts with her parents. i
Remember {the Woman's Club their dealers last weekend.
from Immokolee made camp in Melrose School Starts Soon
Library is open Monday and Friday The "Rodeo" provided fun and \
the Park and 47 Scouts from Fishing rods and swim suits
Prescription Service 2-4 p. m. and Wednesday entertainment and a little business.an'the -
4 M 7-9 p. m.. With increased mem- Joliet, Ill., spent Wednesday and side viewing the new will soon have to be set aside]!;and I. Ci i F G r h r -. ,
Thursday in the Park. These boys textbooks picked up for the young
bership it is hoped that the Library model ,organs and pianos. Fol-
had sixteen states listed en their residents in and around Melrose.
A* Near You As Your Telephone can be manned ever after lowing the meeting in Cincinnati I
; truck and were checking off each Wednesday. August 27. Melrose i
noon. JOIN NOW! the Daurers, enjoyed trip home
CALL KEYSTONE HEIGHTS state as they visited it-to date a High will open its doors tol I all I
Estrellita Chicken Supper by the way of Brevard. N. C.,
had checked off 8. Boy Scout students from grades 1 through

8 r (Day) 2161. (Night) 2281 Big Final Success results are not in but the Troop No. 4 "of Jacksonvile camp- Camp.visiting ThIs,the Transylvania Camp by the Music way, 12. They will be greeted'by their
ed for The South Side
a new principal' Mr. Earl Ch rry.
chicken suppe on Saturday evening is under the direction of James
SODA FOUNTAINSundries Estates Baptist Church had a There also be quite a few new 1
I was felt to be a great suc I Christian Phohl. who conducts $1M
group spend a night: Mr. Berryof teachers.Mr. .
Beach Supplies cess. Between five and six hundred .Jacksonville--Symphony] Near
Toiletries -
the Church in charge of
I affair ..and Mrs. J. R. Barnes and
dinners were served. The AshvUle they. visited the Vander- .
held at Keystone Beach was the group. Saturday the Sojourner's bilt estate:-Biltmore. In Berea children Doreenr David, (Judy,
BELOTE DRUG STORE Club of Jacksonville had
topped of by political talks by Kentucky, they saw the presentation and Jackie left last week t. to
70 members for A
seme picnic
several of the candidates. Pro- of the Paul Green product- make their new home California.
Lawrence Boulevard ceeds of the supper will go toward group from the Seventh Day Ad- They have lived in1 Melrose'for about -

completion of the Masonic Build- ventist Church of Jacksonville [Continued On Next Pagel a year |

Ing. spent Saturday night and Sundayin === ..........................._-------_.. 0. T I 0 IN.. !i : 'r ,
a i a retreat in the Park. Also the == ooooo oooooooooaaaaa : .
Parish Dinner at St. -Annes zf Et
Glendale Community Church of
The regular Parish Dinner will r .
The Business Like To be held on Thursday August 21. Jacksonville had 50 people for a
Way Pay
Sunday, August 24. will be the 22 get-to-gether.of Jacksonville Boy had Scout an Troop over- I ,KEEP dI\ I iooL4.

last service conducted by Rev i
night camp and Saturday the
Allen Batt who leaves shortly

f w .fir I \7.. 'afterward. .r ..J to return to AustraliaLEE'S Field Accounting. had 50 Department people for.of an Cecil outIng -i i t= '.4. I FLOYD. I)' I j ./ *

::r. i -
The Rhoden Family Reunionwas '" '=

1t DRIVE1NTHEATRE day held with at a Goldhead.large attendance.on Satur- bj n GNANN 1 I I Irz TERMS AS LONE,F ;{

There are ten trailers- in the I II IIr ; "
Park, a total of '548 tent and AS $2 WEEK ,dIf l -:
have .
When you your own checking' account you can trailer visitors were registered .
Phone 4113 .f!
keep your records straight simple reference to your during the-week. 183 people were YOUR ( n .

stubs: your .canceled check 'is your receipt; and you Keystone Heights, Fla. in the various groups visiting andover .. ..f'.: :i.

needn't trust to'memory or "word" to prove you've met l 4,000 people were day visit- fx' r :' -

your obligations. If you're still paying your bills the Fri., Sat. Aug. 15, 16 ors-total for the week over 6000. i > CLAY COUNTY 3yV5
old-fashioned way with cash. open a checking RODAN! Before long the cottages win to == .rwbf.A "ayi you like the Keystone -!'Melrose. Floral Dme -
be available for local people
account with us TODAY! enjoy after the start of school, i
The Flying :Monster I
when most families have to head TAX ASSESSOR; Grandin Lake Geneva Section, let us know. \

BANKING HOURS Mon thru Thurs. SUN, MON: TUBS. for town and the heat. A few != : !3

9:00: A31. 2:00: P.M. days in the middle of the' week .
Aug. 17, 18/19 will soon be available why not : r FOR" f 1s f
DRIVE-IN WINDOW :Mon thru Thurs. .
THE LONG take advantage of this wonderfulway

9:00: A.M. 4:00 P.lI.FRIDAYS' to rest and cool off-inexpensive <

9:00 A3\ 6:00 P.M. HOT SUMMERJoanne I safe, and comfortable. I I FAIR AND EQUAL ASSESSMENT I REDFEARN'SPhone
Woodward Paul Newman I Mr. Cook is on the job how at

CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY the gate house to make you wel :

1 come- take' drive out some I

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Wed.BEAUTIFULBUT, Thur. Aug. 20,. 21 evening afternoon for after your work own or lakeside Sunday : <. 9391 I f | f | I '1 Keystone Heights, Fla.

A Friendly, ] Bank in a Friendly Community Vespers. .: Vote'And Support'Will Be Appreciated \ \ .

Keystone Heights, Fla.: DANGEROUS Keynotes I I Where Service Is Assured V\

Member F.DJ.C. Gina.Lollobrlglda Mr. and Mrs Charles.T. Smith I Pd.'PoL Adv. "
and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond. ( ) ,ft I

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: KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS J. Russell: Young, Minister.Dr. SIDE NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Complete Soil and Water Con-

James; D. Pait, Organist, KINSLEY LAKE CITIZENS OF BRADFORD servation farm plans.ere.. delivered -
Choir Director. ,BMrs. can.Bru"l: J COUNTYBy to Philip Stud r on his

,_ .._ ._ _ Services. : Church School. ,9. a. J J&lf. BY .Slat. -- .Moore- .Ozora J. ShellAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA farm south of Starke on Highway
.. 4- ". ..._ 1 -_ ,, ; ;?! 301; Foster Hayes on his place
[Continued from Page One St. William's Catholic Chapel Hello everbody, were you at I 'AALAkAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AA41Church : -r-------- B SOl. STOII :; located in the same area;;' T:" W.

ion"* ''Wilderness' Road." Keystone Heights .church Sunday? If so, you know 1' officers were elected at 'Sensational' Humming 'Birds I con and Mrs. B. '1'. Marshall, Sr. Soil Conservation I Tatum on his place located on,the
Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. that some inspirational messages Wednesday night's busineSs'l meeting On Sunday August 17th, at 6 i will leave for a vacation in Bayless highway; and Harry Davis -
J.Jr. jnd! Mrs.,Jd! .C. .Morris!< .
their son. Ray Morris and ? his Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m. were brought by our pastor; Ger- for the coming' year. Those p. m. at RJE School Cafetorium Virginia! Philadelphia. i and parts NEWSSoil whose farm .is located east

family; of Fayettville. N. C, were -Tuesday Mass ajt J00; .:. m. aId Suggs. The special singingwas elected yjeref IJeonard l4wi.e1 the Sensational Humming Bjids! of New Jersey Sister Alma*Jen.* Conservation ServiceBy of Starke on Highway 1$.
Confessions betore'all Masses. also excellent. The Lord derk; R.. L. Suujtfc. treasurer; cfMiami, wiJi: ng.iv shine.This. .
recent visitors 'in the David Nelson : 1 .n or kjns wiU spend a two weeks vaca* Bill Ilaas The District rotocycle mower
home. Mrs. Ed Morris is the Baptisms, marriages and instructions blessed us with an attendance of GraM Bishop! #? t us" { f; Eyejlyp I group'js.i bemg presented" tion in New Yprk and ether.easU has been very busy the past few

former Miss Lois Ray of Palatka by appointment. 71. Won't you join us next Sun Bradley, pwiyst!: ; "K* he Pjincjpal f ,E44ie Thompkins the ,em cities.. Joan. Jenkins, reporter, The Board of Supervisors of the weeks. Some of the folks that

and.. she worked on njans for the day? Bore, As;c4te 'r4ar4st! ;! 'Ts.rt:' : toJtgret>!rAUep C aperA.J M. JS.Churph *.. has.. spent. several- seeks: in- JackrsonyUte I
laying out of Keystone -Heights ,ST. ..AVVW EPISCOPAL. Oscar Carter returned home Bradjley, jnusjc director; ;; Q., ,1, : .and fbk me&s: Ray Rally And Atlanta,' G. with her held their regular monthly showers, to control weeds .were- :

i'hile she was living at Palatka. csvcu1, Sunday afternoon after spendingtwo I Sicine? ffy Bjpday,SchpoJ! Superintendent Aft. njejnbefs yjstors;> and frieodsof paternal 'grandparents.Ebenf meeting at Lloyd Green's home. Vincent Smith Albert Nettles,

.. Mrs. George Schaeffer enjoyed The weeks in Hot Springs Ark. ; t:. M. NorlonT Trainirig ( ,the jchuHjh.aVe isked to attend ef 13.4L Church Those present were ViceChairman Seeber Moody, H. A. Lawson ,M.
Rev. Minister.
Allan Batt '
i recent visit from her brother Sunday Serwe; e;00 'a. .m.: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp and Piyon Hr: r; lf" >> 1, ;i1l} t affair "a gala op.e.I Ebenezer .Bapttst Church, Rev. : Sam McGarvey, acting as L. Lawson J. C. Sapp, Bub'Carter '

Edward; C. Shyrock Jr. of Albany Parish Tight, Supper; Ji ',51bW''s.6 Eon. Charles spent last week in B. ft. w4; Mrs, J.u.e. Th*, J' are natioiwlly1} 'r E. D. Robinson pastor, will! hoi I chairman in the absence of Foster Jack Hall. Leaton Morgan' Jr.
MoU, WMq"preside ; 9.T JP.ow p.; and "very outstanding! in$4w Shi Smith; LloYd Green, J. B. and the FFA boys. '
Ga. He also paid a visit to their : O p, m. Daytona with their son and regular services all day Sunday I
father Oklawaha.. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. :-f, prady,BisiioplLeyJ! h Bee*| H!dIal $ ; pe (prmance. You can" > af. !starting with Sunday Schpoj.Supt. .!White and Zedra Hamilton Marklee Starling used. the "Dlstrict's -

1 Mrs. C. H- Haberstroh has returned : !YYFY!rrY !"'! rnLAKE John Benny Sapp. Both families .Mog, Users' ford t.o.wws $these; great gospel; t: Htnry Bryant' in; charge.7e Supervisors; G. T. Huggins Sec-I chopper.. on, spme'of ,his
I Jan? Smith ysjt| d Sandra w i $; souj sfjrjwg sjngeVs. !retary; Bill Haas and Leon Carter,
( from a visit to, her children hen took a trip to Miami. """ "*""'"' monung and 'evening messages fields before turning the ground.
of ; \(09" Sunday, P.? Hf 'will be delivered' by the Soil Conservation Service; and a I
and grandchildren some GENEVA Carolyn Brown spent several h'fYpw A 'or soil and capability -
: request a
{he grandchildren she saw for \ days last week with her aunt and I Ina_Ste>7iwas.home from Ja. kjsonyille editor: wishes to thank pastor. AU members are asked to special guest Gary Snow, Vice- and farm plan' was
the first time. Her trip included '- I uncle Mr. and Mrs. Billy Martin. for the :weekend' yjsitwg -he 1 fojaowjng peons and I attend! the seMc s. The Baby i j I President of the Florida Association map

)jVilliamsport. Pa. Buffalo. ,N. Y. b7iI'b.,"*'gbsi" I Anderson last her.parents., ;Mr.. a4d--' Mrs.-- Hw'VyStern. ---..) ff for donations for'Contest is -in full swing. AU parents 'I of Soil Conservation District made by Albert Nettles whose

and Albion. Indiana. ... Mrs. Irene spent f.M r Q1, Wing -of Calvary Baptist flnr* snonsors... are uorkin'T .._ !! :Supervisors. Mr. Snow is also Area I farm is located in the Long bridge:
'. .& .I..t... week with her mother, Mr?. Fred --- --;--- -: I
: The John Silbereisens of Gainesville Holand\ and Ray*' Stern visited hjurch J: : Mrs. Ollie Mae Cumniings. hara: to nave a winner. On the Vice President of the Orlando section, and Jack Hall whose

visited the W. C.'McCrarysthis I Mr. and t Mr5. .B. Ryder and Lanier of Lake City. \fa k and Paul. MooJ'. -Sundayafternoon $J; Mr D. W. Carpenter, tourth Sunday evening at 8:30: p.!Area. Mr. Snow discussed some farm is, located..west. of Starke.
children at, Pmwpj) .spending Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Suggs and .. o the troubles havingall '
week. They enjoyed a visit sic c; H. Patch, $1; BuUingt -.m. Qzora SheU: .will! appear in a pf people are
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Jvith Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cole andthIr thv; &; iwtth14rs, Ry'f children were Sunday dinner A peanut boil was enjoyed Friday ton's, $1; Mrs. Hazel Ritch. $1; Conceit recital for the benefit of over the state. with water problems -
PJJ'MtI..wr..*&d.M.L N. I guests of Mr. .and _Mrs. Harold night by some members of Mrs. Ona Jacobson, $1; L. M Irby J; and how the Soil Conser- OTICE TO DEFEND ...
two th.e ,
sons, Stephen and Warfen. contest. There will be no !. Circuit Court Bradford C ty
Wagner, and her, gndpsjenta. Alvarez.. he Kingsley Lake'Training ,Un- $3 Stumps Electric 'I yation Districts are helping with .
The Coles former residents ; Store. $3; Clay charge for admission. A silver offering llariii :. IB ('b a.rrjr.Caw
of Keystone,have been staying at i Mr..md..Mre. WJWwniWftgnex.ABOB.VUS Mr. and ?srs. Ivery Thompsonhad ;on.Our Generator Dept.:, $2; Long will be taken during inter- these problems. He stated that Helen Parker.No.Plaintiff"-iM, \s. LarryM.

the White Feather Court and Q9.\'A.toUr. wi
Visiting friends here. ?. Waired,V4gner.:pf JacJsonT and Mrs. Ealy Thompson and and friends of Mr. John Ellingcn. $2; Denmark Furniture Co., $3; and do a complete "One Woman the_State ,Association meeting will NOTICE TO APPEARTo
Mrs. H. a. Hartwell. Keystone rIDe on Aug. 7. Paternal grand- amily of Baldwin. May the Lord be very' close G. S. Brown. Standard Oil, $5. Show. You can't afford to miss be;> water problems.The :*: and Larry address M. Parker Is Unknown.You whose. resident

)freights.resident for the put three parents are Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johns andazni1.f '0 them- in this time of sorrow. Some of these persons have contributed "MU-SING-DRA." Board voted to continue its are hereby notified that filed aIbuit
Wagner. Also sorry to hear of Mar- to other solicitors whose action for Annulment has been
very in
I'an ha..leU to be with ler foDn of Jacksonville] were supper Raneu h English, reporter. Efforts getting some aeainat.you; in the above named Court'
J d his family in York,..Pa.:Her Pale. Fallin' has returned from I I guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns 'on Morrison's accident while at: reports have not been turned in Allen Chapel A. M.; E, Church taken on the uggested changes 1 and caub and you are required to
dJughter-i -I..w and two children a.vtTT pleasant visit with Dr. and I Thursday[: vepw.i york last,week* Hope.be wW soon to your editor. The drive is still' Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church. for< the Soil? Bank Conservation j I serve ing to a the copyx complaint* jour on answer the Plaintiffs or plead

. tiave been visiting here for the "'Mrs. Ma Shaw of Ponte Vedra Jimmy Martin celebrated his '->e well and able to leave!! the on and much more' is needed to Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor, will Reserve Program 1959. They appointed Attorney J. Donald Gibson 100 bmjth arid'
Beach., jainesville hospital.GRAHAM. place the church on a solid found- Zedra Hamilton as dele- Building. Jacksomille 2, Florida
past two weeks&nd, accompaniedMrs. ,' Jlth' birthday anniversary Mon hold regular service on Sunday file the.ongUial in the, wflt'e ,of theCltrk
Hartwell to Pa. Mrs. T. M. Seals, formerly of ation arid replace windows, doors, gate to the State Association the Circuit Court 'rn or be
at Jhe home of of
day with a party .L.A starting at. 10 a. m. Supt. IreneThcmas .
witha AA4AAAA4A4A ,
Lake Geneva but living September195
now and of
.,Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Grennan his parents Mr. and Mr '. Carl 'other parts of the church in charge of Sunday meeting. to present the suggestions fore the 8 the day allegations of aId
son hi Charlotte N. C. called that were destroyed by the storm.I otherwise .'
from Chicago and their son and Thomas. Enjoying the occasion School. Delegates will make reports Omplamt will be .,a1en ** H fe6ed
on her friends here Wednesday.. We will give you a complete account the sermon. .
)"ls famjjy from Sarasota have
several prith Jimmy were 30 of bis frjends.! from the Sunday SchoolCon'v byThl H.e-[ tliall -prrtrtirfred onws
She had spent n
recently of all
been visitors in the home of Mr*. Urs. Carl Brown. Mrs. Thelma I donations as soon as ntion which was recently each week for few f fool'ot'Utj\'e? \\'e.i'U
Roek-and- ,
at her home here with her "Rocjc Pretty Baby"
;Jjohn Thomguist and Miss ,Ruth weeks' Thomas and Mrs. Myrna Martin .BIrt. John.McKhiney! they come in. held in Lake City. The delegateswere in the BradordCpttnty; Wepra'h! Ui 8.
Theatre davovAugst
return RoU lIovie.t the Reno 6
;son and his family. They I Daytona Beach. Florida Dated this .
OhJson. { in serving -refresh! ents. Carol -
; sued Jean Morris, Mae Lois (SEAL)
Charlotte Saturday.Mr.
ed to
is ----- ---- ------ I The summer I Friday and Saturday. Admission CHARLES 'A. 1AR1Y
: Mrs. Clolee Tharp here taking Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown and I at Morris and Willie James Ran- 1JLiiit.4'urt.
care*of the Robert Randolph's and Mrs. Leonard amn:1: son. Douglas, Frances Martin and and Mrs. John McKinney 3ethune Cookman College was dolph. Mae Lois won the "Miss!I;26c adults and 21c children. Elizabeth -I By clerk ilarian of r.ero.by.the 'Deputy Clerk

2,aby while Mrs. Randolph. her and their four children of Cleveland Tommy Tyre enjoyed a hamburger visited her uncle and aunt "Mr. held on Saturday morning at 10 Allen Chapel" contest and will : J. Givens, manager. I ": .J11t:' of

Tenn. are visiting the T a. m. Mrs. Zepporah _ _ '.1_ I
.daughtec. .is a patient in theBradford fry at the )home of ,Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. A.: A. ybungblood. last Jennings, be crowned.: Men's Day will be ; 'i-
County Hospital. M' Finleys. Mrs. Finjey !is Mrs.Illarom.'s 0. L, Linsin & Keystone Heights Sunday in Waldo. teacher. at C. C. Anderson, was held ,on the fourth Sunday alT

: Word has just been received mother. last week. M '."and Mrs J. D. McKinneyf studying music and sang in the day. Outstanding speakers have SUNDRIEfF :,

.Hhat 'Mr. Joseph- Romlein. visitor Mr. and Mrs. V. A.,Carson returned to have Brother Suggs' Starke were supper guests of summer) choir. Other Bradford been selected for the entire day. PAUL'S
Ior three years here. passed away! home Tuesday by plane Happy of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John county persons in attendance!I:B!o. Homer Williams is general I
Mrs. W. L. Suggs
.Aug. 8 at Philadelphia hospital. after spen.d.iQg'tour weeks with Baldwin mother, with us again Sunday, McKinney Thursday night. were Mrs. Mildred Turner teacher chairman.: AU men are working I Melrose Where Friends Meet |||[
in Pennsylvania antNew of third grade Elmer H. Shell,
& relatives Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Edmondson hard_ including Prof. Eddie
: FIRST' 'BAPTIST CHURCH JS7.THE I night, of Miami were here Friday to teacher of Industrial Arts and Thompkins who is a member of FOUNTAIN RENTAL LIBRARY MAGAZINES .
Mrs. G. L. Sapp and sister, Mrs.L. i Coach at RJE. Hardrick
Taylor.graduate ,
S KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA attend the funeral of his mother the trustee board. Missionary ,'
C Smith and grandson Lynn
: J. R. Smith, pastor. Ralph RIGHT POINT for the Mrs. Cora McKinney Ed nond-i recent of Bethune-Cook- I meeting will be held at the usual 1
ed' JacksonyUle
visi ,! Dyal in
Mrs. man and of
son Mother Wolf and
: opeland, Minister of Music and hour, Singing at 6 p. m., RJE. Business"WE
Come In and select Thursday.Mr. son.Mrs.. Delah O'Steen of Supervisor Shell Dr_ Reni. min All members "Insurance Is Our Only
-church organist. way ypu} j\rfte. High ------ --- --- -- are asked to attend.E. .
Services: Sunday School, 9:45: and Mrs. Carl Brown and Springs visited her brother-in-! Mays was' the guest speaker. He J. Givens, reporter.
t your favorite ESTERBROOK children were Sunday; dinner has .been president of Morehouse WRITE ALL FORMSOFINSURANCE
41. m: Homing Worship. 11 a. m. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. P. Solomon Albright Death
guests" of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy College. Atlanta, Ga. for 17
Training Union. 6:45: p. m..Evening -I Fountain. Pen. TELEGRAPH. C. Starling over the weekend. years Solomon Albright, a weU ,
services : m.- Brown. Wednesday Prayer Meetings and delivered a masterful address. known' citizen of' Starke died
7JO' p. -t ,
Cfcurch News
I, aa.A Those on our' "sick list are: Bro. begin at .8 p. m. We have won- Sunday morning, August 10, at REYNOLDSINSURANCE .

,McPajuel, Mrs. Orene Cowart, derful meetings and everyone is ..New Bethel Baptist Church Bradford 'C unty Hospital. !fr.
TYPES QF .I INSURANCEWe Mrs. Patsy Sapp and several oth- viUd to be with us. :flew Bethel Baptist Church Albright was injured while work-

: write Fire Wind 'Storm' all lines of Casualty In- rs. We pray. for a speedy. recov- Mr.: and Mrs. M. M Loed' .of [Rey. A. Vinson pastor, held a ing on his job and taken'to Bradford AGENCYPHONES
ery for each.Activities Gainesville spent the weekend Men's Day startingwithSundaySchoolat1fta. Cpunty Hospital.
*t jot 7surantt, ,.4P.ds.. .:,-N' '-. of the week are: Suns with Mrs.;McLoed's grandJl; tehts,' () nit, .. He was born in Starke but at

SPESIALRATES TO DRIVERS ABLE TO QUALI- day School.. 10 _a. m.; Morning Mr. and Mrs. John Surrency.Mrs. Supt. S.,W. Hankerson in charge.. an early age his family moved to Office 2442 Home 2701
". Hilliard Broughton of The all-male choir was very good Orlando. A
Worship, 11 a. m.; Evening Wor member of the Sun-
Keystone ,
Gainesville was the guest of her and the speakers weer outstanding set Royal Entertainers
ship 8 p. m.: Tuesday, 7:30: p. orchestra,, .
m., Associational Brotherhood son and daughter-in-law *:Mr. throughout the day. On Sunday he was very popular in his pro-

INSURANCE,, ,AGENCY I meeting at Hickory Grove; Wednesday and Mrs. Carl Broughton. 'last, the Missionary Dept. of the fession and liked by all who knew I

Prayer Service, 8 p. m.; Thursday. Mt. Sinia Baptist Association will

"AS AVAILABLE AS YOUR PHONE" Friday. 8 p. m., Brotherhood Mrs. Irene Ratliff visited her have services. During the morning -him.He leaves to mourn his death,

mother: Mrs. Minnie Cranshawof .worship hour the speaker will three sisters, nine 18
meeting at North Side; also WMU nieces
Phone 2731 :- Keystone, Heights,, Fla. at Miss Dora Clark's home. Let Gainesville last Thursday.. be' Rev. George Lee pastor of An- nephews three brothers-in-law, ONLY $$5.00 DOWN

J us plan to attend our Associational George Cain of Atlanta Ga. tioch Baptist Church. President other relatives and a host of
meeting next Thursday, Aug. visited relatives here last week. Susie' Trapp has also asked the, friends.

21, at Cedar Creek Church in Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones hadas choir of Antioch to sing for the Funeral services will be held

%WELL DRILLtNGPumpsServiceTERMS Jacksonville at 7 p. m. Gerald guest last week! Mr. Jones' morning and afternoon service. Sunday, 11 a. m. at Allen Chapel Builds This House On Your Lot

Suggs, pastor; Carl Brown, S. S. nephew, Claude Hall of Hampton. Only two services will be held. On A. M. E. Church. Rev. L. A. Sampson. -

AVAILABLE Supt.: Shirley Gaskins pianist: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Starlingof the following Saturday this department pastor. -T i -!"-i---r**
Harold Alvarezsong leader. Come Gainesville were guests of will have an all day Antioch Baptist Church r--V | >':

yisit "The Church with the Lewis mother Mrs. Kate Starling picnic at Keystone Heights on Antioch Baptist Church, Rer. *s *, /
Prompt Service Free Estimates Friendly Welcome." Sa w'day. the church grounds. Rev. G. G. George Lee pastor, will not hold -p- V.: 4V 1| -

Little .Margie Starling was In McArthur is Moderator and pastor. morAing service because they wiU I ____. --i' 4I

.VVVVTVVVVvvvvvvv'... Gainesville last Saturday to have All members of the association be at New Bethel Baptist Church. :- 4
RALPH E. MATHEWS two teeth extracted. She took it are invited to take a part in this Evening service will be held at

: :PINE LEVEL "like -a little man." She is four. all day picnic. Mother Sophia the usual hour at the church. I

P. 0. Box 528 Melrose, Fla. years od.} Royal, Sister Corean McNeil, Dea-, Rev. Lee or appointee will deliver

Mrs. ,H. M. McRaeAAAAAAAAA4AA44AAAAA Mrs. Equilla Roberts visited
PHONE GR 5-5101
wjth Mrs. F. ,M. Griffin pf Gainesville -
.. :;J
who resident of
was a our ;
We had a large attendance cppiminiy until the 'death of her I __ ,'.....:..;.'J
C I Sunday morning and evening at husband last ,- .. .-. -. '---- 110t -.,",":-*, -.%
year, last Thursday. t ,-1" .. cO ..' ti!" G-E APPLIANCES -RADIO T.V. church with many visitors. Mr. and ;M Leo ; '- .'. :.!< #..1.!.
-- & rs. Dial were .. .... .... ,. ,
t/ "
L i t' 1
Sales and Service Rev.. and Mrs. J. E. .Murrhee. home for the weekend. Mr. DyJ's' 1.J.':'jlt2 ... '. :"': _'..AA.. :

and daughters-in-law. Mrs. R. C. job ,keeps him in Parry most :

PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Davidson of Webster spent Thurs- of the. time. : : "The Capri"CASH

day of last week with Rev. and Dr. and ,Mrs. M. Campanell& :

Jacuzzi Home Water Systems Urs.. W. E. Hall and daughter; Joan are pn 'a tripto s .

WELL DRILLING 2 TO 4 IN. Work b gins on the new' Sunday Seattle. Wash. PRICE $1495
''School Department at Pine ,Mrs. John J5urrency' has beenon

Level Church Monday. the sick list but was able to
be at church This modern 2-bedroora home is designed! for Southern Liv
MANN & Electric Co Sunday night. '
We wish to express our sympathy '
to the! Conner and Shaw Mrs. .!Kate Starling .!is visiting i '';:.r :: ing. Three Jalousie Windows and a Jalousie Door are among

in Jacksonville this week with <.'.5';' ) the standard features offered in this ell-constructed home.
families hi their bereavement *
,, ..Box 353 Melrose, Fla. Ph. GR 5-2563- ; also to Mrs. R. R. Crosby and her wn.1Q.rlaw ad >>UgJUr.J.r.ap4 /}::.:' : !J' ? Completely finished outside doors, windows, screen1*, etc. -

,. I family. Mrs. .Ernest P ftages.)4z. ; ::::: and 2 coats 'of paint. Partition, ,studding and floors only
4, L "' Horace I f.LTn );j gm' FlU :, '
,, Rev. W. E. Hall and Rev. Mur- on inside. ;
a jnttJt<4 l t.o B Bradford County tJ/: ::' I .
thee attended the Ministers meet- .... ., .
Hospital Sunday"for? 'swrgefy. per .::: /:: .
ing at Tampa, Thursday.Miss .;:::*. :, ,:
: '
njanyriendi .wish -os.:" "
t Peggy Conner returned to 1W a -speedyCrenshaw 'ff.V.i ', '., : ;-J i
rc9vc7.Mm.1' :
Need HotWater? her homq in Tampa last Sunday ,ot.G-in- :.. .... '" '. : _.

after spending a week with her eliJe .was. Sunday "guest pt )her .
cousin, Miss Yvonne Conner. "And the best part Mabel the
I gr' 4er I. .wid .lI? snd' Jdr. I IliCkipi" IATW 'EDILOO" .-
I Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. aid Mrs. ..Albert sparks
Your .C9QP !a.ti.ve Sells and In- ; H. H. Lewis Sunday were Mr. and 'Ifr.. .oDd.!W-Tmn Lefever* J1ad neighbors will never ,know how I

Mrs. Hilrey Winn, and Mrs. Alice as guests last_ Wednesday: JMrapd ) .

rr .stalls Electric Water Heatersfor Crosby and daughter, Mrs. Rita _Mr?. ack Lefeyersof* I In little we paid for our big Mercury." p pLIVW6

Anderson and SOn- dney, all of djanapqUs, lod.; ,,Lr. .fnd .:Jlrs. I =

its Consumers. Tampa; Mrs. Roberta Lamb of
Qria: Mr\ and; Mrs, Bishop! Gainesville, nd "Ttan's" ",mother, \ 1U)01t\ \

Thomas and family, and'Mr and Mrs.,.Hattie"Lefeyers. ol Cainesvjlle. a'I
.Free.Instdlation! .:,: Mrs. W. C. Conner and Yvonne. .
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The, folks from Tampa were ,accompanied ,Mrs' Rutli Frazkr \ :as .jdn1t. -' '-1000.r .

home Sunday after- t4 o _Bradford County ..Hospitallst FVca .J

: No Down Payment! noon by Kenneth.. Thomas, ,.who .jpeek.lor'wrgerjrlSw. is Iecov w ( ;. ,
will spend a week there. : oag .rapidly. T T

Recent visitors of the H. H,
:: 'I: ,Free ; Lewis' were Mr. and Mrs. Russell CEMETERY WORKING
T ,Financing !
Carter of the State Farm. I
There awiU be a pemetery WQrk- WKLYR
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae JIM CORP."W
ing at the pp'mete17 Tues.- ,
and daughter. 'Mrs. Alfred Brown BELOW 42 "LOW-PRICE 3"LMDA
tJr:4.rott.\\: \Vfluld Like Ojur BepresenUti! p:To Call of Crosby'Lake. were visitors of day,"August 26. All those whaare ,
interested in the upkeep .of this
CONTACT the H. M. McRaes Sunday cemetery please make 'plans to Largest & Best Builders of Shell Homes"
S Mr. -and ,Mrs. Wt E. ,L wis of -
: Plant*City enjoyed' a day fishingat attend. VISIT US OR CALL COLLECT '

C yJJe.ri tiveJnc. I i were Sampson visiting Lake Ute last ft. week.U: Lewi They WUf'Q. ) .- CJeui ,Cofton, Rags MERCURYMGRJFF Gainesville- Rt. 2, Box.. 213-A, Hawthorne..; .. ,and.. Kin-.

I' .., I family Mrs. Traylick and Mrs _No. Pub, No Shirts Blast Be MERCURY : : caid, Roads Phone FR2587.Palatka .
Williams """ MOTORSJjf
P. 0. Box 782 Located at the "Y" -
Keystone_ Heights: Fla.: Phone 2531 of Pensacola visited with Clean. Bradford County Tele> .
.<: "z--.t' .:; ; Mrs W. .& Hall .and .:illl'f\rl" --nr) : : W049101Starke: FJa. CDJJrt..Jtlltm Phone EAST 5-5971 .

church here Sunday. rnpI. .' _





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w..yy.w..Y .yt in Georgia for.a few days. the G..W. Davis-fatally. urday morning. Stalnaker at Camp O'Swannee. and Robert'Burge of'Jacksonville.Mr. lie, and family of Callahan. '
Mrs. R. F. Gano is visiting her .. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Waddle Lucretia Cumbee and Norma Mr. and: Mrs.. Bishop Thomas and Mrs. 'Harold Godwin Miss Mary Julia Futch and Mrs. }1OOTA-'Th
BROOKER sister'in Hawthorne for a few and baby daughter Mrs. Pug Ty- Jean Taylor 'of Santa Fe visited and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Baldwinof Joyce Futch were weekend guestsof
dais.Mrs. rie and daughter, and Mrs. L.; Z; Mrs:C.'H: Summers of'Lake City arid Mrs, H. H.'Lewis! of Starke. Starke'visited Mrs. Mary Red- Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick in
By Barbara Baa 'DavlaAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Doris Kelley and children Williams of South Florida visited last week. Mr;rand Mrs. J. L. Thomas of dish on Thursday evening. Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs. A. SUMMER COLD
and Mrs. Bobby Dyal and son are the G. W. .Davis family Sunday Karen Mizelle visited Terry Foley,Ala. returned home Thurs- I i Miss Jackie Harley and Dean Z. Futch and daughters Quincy.. /
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. Kelley morning.H. Dukes of Worthington Springsthe ,day after spending several days i Harley of Jacksonville were weekend Miss Elizabeth Terry reurned -
Mrs .Mattie Sowells returned in Ohio for a week. E. Stokes and Ruby' Stokes first of the week and visited withfolks, here. I guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. home with the Futches after an TAKEf2
home last Saturday after a stay Barbara Davis visited Mrs. Bart were in Gainesville on business with Helen Taylor of Santa Fe Mrs. Alice Crosby, Mr and Mrs. Harley and Mrs. A. H. Harley. extended visit with the Wyricks.Mrs. for
in Newberry.' Waters in Gainesville Friday. Saturday morning. the remainder of the week. H. Wine and Mrs. Redia Ander- H. C. Kelly was in Lakeland on John Shuford and Dave symptomatic
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin ,Johnson Mr. and Mrs.-R. J. Waters, and Mrs. G. W. Davis, Dickie Davis, The Dick Raulerson family and son and Rodney of Tampa returned Friday to bring home his son. vacationing in N. C, and 66 6 RELIEF
ire visiting friends and relatives Gladys and Margie Williams of and'Mrs. R. J. Waters of Dundee. Mrs. Rachel Green spent the home after spending several!I Wendell, who has been attending. Virginia. '
Dundee spent the weekend with were in Starke on business Sat- weekend with the Clyde Robertson days here and with friends and Summer School] at Southern col \, I h .
family of Clermont.Mr. relatives hi Starke. Kenneth -,
and' Mrs. Warren Mizelle. Thomas:: went back with them fora lege.Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Warren
visited Mrs. Mizelle's mother Mrs. week's visit.
# and daughter and Miss Frances .
I 1 Taylor, of Worthington Springs Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Mott and
Pegram of Jacksonville were
l BUYNOWandSAVEBUDGET in Lake City. Hospital -Sunday, children are vacationing at Kings- weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. r-N $2.
afternoon. ley Lake this week. Mr. and Mrs.L. '
Mrs. J. V. Edwards and, chil- B. Crosby of Greensboro spent E. Warren. \ .
dren and Linda Sue Davis spent Saturday night with. them. Mrs. Effie Miner spent the '\ ;
\ ACCOUNTS I the weekend at Salt Springs Mrs. Larry Crosby of Greensboroand weekend with Mrs. Bettie C'I
Guy Harrell arid daughters Join- Dickie Davis. Edward Endi- Miner and Miss Mary Ann ,.,1 LtO.LI1''

ed them on Friday. J. .V. Edwards cott, and Lavern Dyal spent Sat- in Jacksonville.
WELCOMED / and Guy Harrell joined the ladies urday night with Hal Mott. Mrs. Margaret Kelly returnedto ]JfljU'
; and children Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. McDavid and the H. C. Kelly home this week ; "
Mrs. Terry, former teacher at children are vacationing in Highlands after spending several days with Itt j l/ BULLINGTON
Brooker, and children of Pensa N. C. .Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson at .
Shop Friday 5.9 P.M. for Shopportunity Showcase! cola visited Sherron Harrell. the Mrs. A. B. Raulerson spent two New River. Guests of the Kellys )y. is CELEBRATINGThis

M. O. Harrells and Mrs. Lloyd weeks with Mrs. H. P. Gainey, and I during the week were John J.

Our Prize Handsome SAMSONITE OVERNIGHT BAG Barry last week. Mrs. Gainey returned to Okeechobee Kelly of Yankeetown, Mr. and Shopportunity WeekendBY
Mrs. E. S. Kelly Jr. and family of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Croft and with her for a week's stay.
son of Birmingham; Ala. visited Andy and Phil Gainey went with Panama, and Helen Kelly of New OFFERING
REMINGTON-RAND their grandparents the T. B. Ed- her. They also visited at Pahokee River.
STUDENT DESK wards. Roy Lee Edwards was a with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Raulerson. Rev. E. D. Boyer, Mr. and Mrs.
127 120 and 620 Black and White
guest of the Edwards last week. Mrs. H. P. Gainey and Ann Billy Torode and son of Gaines- --

With Goose Neck Lamps Portable TypewriterFROM M. D. Harrell and- Guy Harrell I Gainey, and Mr and Mrs. A. B. ville and Miss Rachel Boyer of
were on business in Georgia last Raulerson attended the gradu- Jacksonville visited the Fred
I week. ation of Glen Austin Raulerson Moores during the week. Rev. C
Maple Rev. and Mrs. Elwin Edwardsand from the University of Florida.He Boyer was guest speaker at the ROLL PER
and Mahogany 0'
FROM children of Fort Worth, Tex- received a BS degree in Agri- First Baptist Church on Sunday.Mrs. 2 9

.95 as visited Mr. and Mrs T.-B. Ed- culture. L. P. Rafuse and daughter, FILM ROLL

29 wards. Joann, and granddaughter, Sheila
Norman were Monday guests of
Sharon were In Jacksonville for
UP : two days last week. Mrs. Alma Dyal and daughter in

Mrs. Iva Douglas Is visiting Starke.
ask for this SPECIAL SPECIAL!
Set up a private corner for that student relatives in North Carolina. I By: Un. Joyce T. PatchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips hadas
where'he can study and not be dis It has been proven that any student can Mrs. Horace' May of Hamptonand weekend guests their son, Les- !

turbed. get better grades with a typewriter. Mrs. J. W. Eddie of Waldo i WE WANT TO KNOW
visited the M. D. Harrells recent- Birth AnnouncementMr. I
ly.Mrs. and Mrs. Richard Murrell r ]
: w ,r SAMSONITE LUGGAGE Eva Harrell and Mr. and Ferguson of Appotmattox of a son j ,
M. D. Harrell and Sharon
Mrs. announce the arrival of a son,
M. FOR THAT STUDENT GOING TO COLLEGE1 went to St. Petersburg to visit Richard Murrell, Jr. on Aug. 4. Home AppliancesYour Ladies 17-Jewel WATCH
Saddle Tan Rawhide London Mrs. H.. F. Ware.
Gray Mrs. Ferguson is the former Miss 42.50
c or Hawaiian Blue Mrs. Joyce Castlen and children Easily Shuford. daughter of Mr. Friendly Regular
: of Auburndale visited here last and Mrs. Jake Shuford who
; i I FREE .Initials Put On FREE week. ,, Lawtey residents for many years. Norge Dealer Fri. Sat. ONLY 19.95Our
Mrs. Eva Crowl of Largo is I The WSCS of the Methodist ,
visiting the Malcolm Lewis family NQBGK: APPLIANCES
I Church met with Mrs. H. C. Wain-
.. this week. wright on Tuesday evening.; Aftera MAYTAO+ WASHERS Shopportunity Showcase Prize
SHOPPORTUNITY SALE OF THE WEEK Mrs. Mattie Barry visited with short business session and an
the R. J. Crews and the Billy interesting program, delicious refreshments 0 COLEMAN HEATERS and 620 ANSCO FOLDING CAMERA
Hendricks families last week' In were served by the FLOOR FURNACESWe
Jacksonville.Mrs. hostess, assisted by Pam and John I
: Regular 24.95 FLOOR LAMPS Mattie Barry visited the C. Tye Jr. to the following ladies: Service All MakesOf BULLINGTONStudio
C. Dees family of Haines' City Mesdames Abbie Harley, Evelyn Appliances
over the weekend. Whelan, Mae Wells, Martha Bales,
On Sale This
Weekend at 4 J .95WE'ARE
Shopportunity only Cpl. L. L. Hardee Jr. and G. W. Roberts John Tye. Jim Phone 10 & Gift ShopKOCH'S

friend .Bob, of Parris Island S. Tompkins, R. E. Lee, Ed Durban Starke, Florida
C. were in Brooker for awhile L. H. Futch. Effie Miner P. L. ___ -
'OVERSTOCKED ON, THIS MODEL AND MUST'MAKE"ROOM FOR,'NEW Saturday night. Dinkins. H. C. Kelly, H. E. Priest, 'l''
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Normanand and Miss Enza Blanchard.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Alvarezof Mr. and Mrs. H. E. priest enJoyed -
Starke visited with the Clyde a fishing trip with Mr. and

Cone family Sunday ,afternoon. Mrs. P. H. Day at Cedar Key on a*
"It's A Fact You Can Do Better At" Mr., and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen Thursday.
took their son Neal to Crystal Thursday guests of Mr.and
Lake Camp Sunday so that he Mrs. 1,. P. Rafuse and Miss Joann
. could stay two weeks. were Mr.'and Mrs. J. 0.,Rauler WE ARE NEVERUNDERSOLD
Denmark Furniture Co Monroe Hazen of ,Gainesville son of Kissimmee.Miss P.

spent Thursday with Sidney. and ,Diane Thomas is spendingthis
Neal Hazen. week with her' grandmother,
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mann and Mrs. S. P, Green in Jacksonvile.
.434 436 West Call St. Phone WO 4-4321 Starke Florida family spent two days last weekin Mr. and Mrs. 'J. L. Waters and JAX PRICES -
.' Dundee to visit Lonnie Mann, sons spent., Thursday afternoon
who is in serious condition in the with Mr. and Mrs..Albert Sappen-

: Winter Haven Hospital. field in Crescent City. For SHOPPORTUNITY SHOWCASE !
Shop Friday Night
Mr. and Kirs. John 'Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise and
and family have moved from sons, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Wise
Orange Heights to our community. and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Lynn
__ _h_"_ ,_ Welcome. Freemans.
Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. 4 ONLY 4
Judy Stokes of Gainesville -
was Hamilton enjoyed a picnic at the
I honored with a party at the Enlisted Men's Club ,at Kingsley

time ; Brooker Community Center to Lake on Sunday.Mr. All Beach Items ELECTRICFANS
More celebrate her 18th birthday. Approximately and Mrs. Leonard Harris of ( \
:,..:: '-- thirty guests were Jacksonville were Friday guests
% ,
: tLk ; served punch and cake by Mrs. ol Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas
? Cora Stokes. Gloria Stokes, and and family.
for fun. :i / Beverly Green. Little Ricky Roberts of Gaines-

'- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bighamand vile is visiting his grandparents

f, .,.-. .. daughters were in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts.
:",' ville Saturday evening. Little Billy Among those attending the 2.95Reg.
i,' + Bigham returned home with them funeral
.' of Mrs. Edward Wheelenin
: = world'sgreatest
f is the
; 'z :' C Chores still get done Electricity after a stay with his grandparents Starke on Saturday were Mrs.

wifesa ver your greatest saver of time, work ', Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hardee, G. W. Roberts Mrs. H. C. Wainwright $1 BAR-B-Q TOOLS
'G I, electric service does Mrs. A. H. Harley Mrs.
; and money. Modem, automatic Sr.Mrs.. Martha Lindamire of Effie Miner Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Shopportunity Price 59c
w much for you without you-to free you for : Palmetto and Mrs. Janie Tomlinson Starling and daughter, Mrs. E. L.

Florida's fabulous fun for picnics and out of Starke visited Mrs. T. D. Massey Mrs. Jack Estes, Mr.: and
o Edwards for a few days last week. Mrs. W. E. Gault and family the Reg. 7.95 Bathroom SCALE
ings... more. leisurely Florida living. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nettles Jr. C. W. and T. W. Tatum families, (,/ / /

I a i and children,spent three days at and Miss Enza Blanchard.Mrs. Price 3.95
oS New electric dishwashers i safeguard Salt Springs last week. H. C. Wainwright attended I -

your famfly'a health-and save you Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Sessions of graduation at the University
i I 1 from the abeer,old-fashioned drudgery Wauchula and Charles Fisher of of Florida on Saturday. Her sis-
. s mountains of Jacksonville were visiting the R. ter, Mrs. Reba Rhoden of Ocala
of hand-washing A. Nettles family recently. received her degree at this time. 3-Cell Flash Lights
dirty dishes! --- md i"'rn 1 Mrs. H. E. ,Stokes .spent the Mr. and Mrs. G. W Roberts had All Types

SUNSHINE SilVia IS THE weekend wth Mr. and Mrs. J. E. as Thursday dinner guests Mr.
Stokes of Dundee.Mr. and.Mr. George Roberts and son with batteries 98c
in modem living PEUIQ
I and Mrs. Dewey Stokes of of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Ver- UCLLOPRESCRIPTIONS
Jacksonville and, Mr and Mrs. non Silcox and son and,Mr. and
t John Harris and family of Hamp- Mrs. ValensM of Starke. HOUSEHOLD
FLORIDA POWER &' LIGHT COMPANY _? ton visited the H. E.'Stokes Sun Mr. and'Mrs. Clarence Knight
'' .-.. of Maxville and Carson Griffis of
ot HELPING eUILD "FLORIDA day.Mrs.. Louie McDavid and children Highland visited Mrs.,Nellie Wil- TINFOIL 29c

.. ', of Gainesville'visited the N. kerson on Sunday.Mr. .
J. and L. L. Dyals Saturday. and Mrs. O. J. Anders and
Mr.and Mrs. D. L.Dyal and Mr. Billy, Mrs. Hester Hicks. Mr. and
.' and Mrs. L. C. Kelley spent Tues- Mrs. Glenn Shuford and son, and Jut: Shopportunity
-' day and Wednesday at Salt their house guests Mr. and Mrs. ,
: # Springs. Bill Wolfe and family Mr. and Showcase Prize:
Lavern Dyal and Mack McDavid Mrs. Ed OToole. Miss Cher! and
of Gainesville were In Pompano Johnny Redgrave enjoyed a picnicat I

Tuesday. Strickland's Landing on Monday TABLE LAMP -
t' Mrs. N. J. Davis and family evening.Mr. .
were' in Gainesville Monday after- and Mrs. Paul Bennett and.
: daughters and Mrs. Allen Carter

t noon.Mrs.. Elizabeth Davis of Gaines- and daughter, attended ,a birth-
main business Three Pharmacists to
ville visited Mrs. N. J. Davis Wed- day dinner for Mrs. James Carrollat are our --

nesday.Mr. and Mrs. Alvin .Davis of the on Carroll Sunday.home in Jacksonville _- ,serve you Day and Night. With our large volume of prescription

. xs Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. W. Buster Bennett of Titusvffie,
A. Davis and children. Waldo Ralph Darley and the Johnny business we can give you the BEST FOR LESS.
M a and Mr. and Mrs. Carl! Jones of Bennett family of the State

Graham:.visited the N. J. Davis Farm visited Mrs. Hattie Darley
family Sunday. and Mrs. Buster Bennett and son
Mrs. Woodrow Thomas and during the weekend.Mr. .
Ronnie Thomas Mrs.. Benny and Mrs. Tom Whaley and KOCH Drug Store
., r Thomas and Dene and Patricia daughter were Friday evening
Thomas had dinner ,with Mrs. guests gf Mr. and Mrs. Manus
Benny Thomas' mother. ;Mrs. Griffis and sons in Palatka.
Douglas at Branford Wednesday. Sunday guests of Mr. and'Mrs.P. Free Truck Delivery ---- Phone WO 4-4401
Wednesday afternoon they visited I L. Dinkins were Mr. and Mrs.iHcrace .
Linda Sue Thomas. and JuaaiU: >Cox Miss Adel DiDkin.\, - -- r 0 ITHURSDAT


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arch I'I'M..?C"' WELLS EXPRESSES .taken ,as confessed by you. each week for four consecutive weeksin
First C the Bradford County Telegraph.
I THANKS-TO'PUBLIC This notice shall be published onceeach
Dated this 6. of 1J58.
day August
:, ,week for four 4nisecuthveweeksid ,, .
s Morning worship, 11*'a.m."' 'M. C. Wells, original owner of the',Bradford County Telegraph. (SEAL)'
Wells Electric! wishes Dated 'this, i day of August 1958.,
; Service! to
Rev. -J. E..Sherwood, pastor Clerk of the Circuit Court
CHURCH 1 NEWS Sunday School, 10 am" thank 111''of' his customers and SEAL. CIARLES) A. DARBY. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk.81144t94; f.

I ,Youth Churen, 'T:p.m. friends who helped make_ .his.business Clerk. of ,the Circuit Court
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
: a success.
I -Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 81144t9j4NOTICE NOTICE TO DEFEND
n.a '7:30 pjn. :i moved,'to..Starke, in, 1947.,''asteretfring la Circuit Court Bradford County,
from Of -TO DEFEND Florida: la Chancery
-, Adult'Choir practice, 6:45rp.m. 20 years : service
:: IB Circuit Court Bradford County Case No. 12-613
Methodist ChurchSundayChurch.School Wednesday. with the City of Jacksonville elec- Florida) In Chancery. Martha Lee Coomes.' Plaintiff, vs.
At The Tabernacle Ladies Council, lat ,and 3rd trical 'distribution system. I intend Case No. 12-600 Bernard M. Ccomes, Defendant
Jesse Norris, Plaintiff, vs. Persephone NOTICE TO APPEARTo w
for all Tuesday nightEverytody to',continue ,making Starke Norris'Defendant
: Bernard M. Coomes, whose resi-
Rev. and Mrs. Paul Travis ages, 9:45: Morning Worship, 11 welcome to each- my home.. NOTICE TO APPEAR dence and address is: 768 South 6th
-ervice. To: Persephone Norris, whose residence Street Louisville, Kentucky.You .
who are at present located atParkOfThePalms Thanks again,
Youth MYF,
a. m.. Fellowship and address is: UNKNOWN.< are hereby notified that a suit ,, ,
were in 6:30: p. m. Evening Union Ser- i. -1 d, M. C. Wells. You are hereby notified that a suit for divorce, care custody and control
.. ._. ..__. .
charge of the Saturday night service vices will be held in" the Presby- ,;JtMark's EpiscopalRev. J for divorce, care, custody and control of ,minor children has been, filed against -
Tabernacle'ave NOTICE TO DEFEND of minor child has been filed a- you in the above named Court
at the Gospel and terian Church. la Circuit court, Bradford County, gainst you in the the above named and cause and you are required to
; a fine program of music, Haymwd &_MaeBI,1n Case. No. 12605.FIor Court and cause and, you.are required. serve a copy of your answer or pleading \f
small 1
A is provided fpr dat la 'Lancerhillie ,
nursery ) to'serve' a copy of your answer or to the complaint on the Plaintiffs -
chcruses, etc. Mr..Travis plays the children during the morning. ser Sunday Services' -'9:45 arm, Felice. Plaintiff, ,vs Joseph F. pleading to the complaint on the Attorney Lloyd,.Ba,!s, 312 Clark
trumpet and his wife is an ac- invited Church School; 11:00: ajiL, FMprn. Felice\ -Def endan t, Plaintiffs Attorney Lloyd Bass 312 Building Jacksonville 2? Florida and
is cordially -
pianist. vice. Everyone Prayer and Sermon./ NOTICE TO APPEAR Jacksonville Z, file the original in the office of the
jomplished ng.
: to worship with us at all ? '' To: Joseph F. Felice whose residence Florida and file the original' in the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
After the service the group repaired services. Holy Communion-First 'Sun- and address*- is: Xormamlie office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton fore the 15 day of September 1958 ;
to the seats in Pettingill day, 11:00 ,a.m.; Third Sunday, .Hotel 36th, and Chestnut'. Streets..Philacelphia or before the 15 day of September, otherwise the allegations of said Com-
ajaL: :-;' Pennsylvania.You 1858; otherwise the allegations of plaint will be taken as confessed by
Park adjoining the church and REVIVAL SERVICESAT 7:30 'are hereby notified that a jsiiit said Complaint will be taken as con-
were served Jcecream and cookiesby Wednesday-7:00 p.m,' Choir for divorce and restoration of former fessed by you. you.This notice shall be published once
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH name has been filed against; you in! 'ChIs'1l0tice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeksin
Practice 7:45 p.m. Litany'and
the teen alters present. This is ; : ,the above named Court ,and
Revival services will be held at cause each week for four consecutive weeksin the Bradford County Telegraph.Datd htwFa 4'r
one of t a series of,, meetings being Sible Study. and you are required to serve a copy the Bradford County Telegraph. this 8 day of August 1958.
Faith Baptist Churcn, Lawtey, of- your.answer or pleading' to the Dated this 6 day of August 1958. (SEAL) +,
rI -
held for the children prior to the complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney (.SEAL) CHARLES A. DARBY
opening of school. each night at?8 o'clopk starting CHURCH OF CHRIST Lloyd Bass 312 Clark Building Jacksonville CHARLES A. DARBY, Clerk .of the Circuit, Court.
Monday, Aug. 18, and continuingfor C. L. Overturf Jr, Minister \ Florida, and file the original Clerk of the Circuit Court. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
The subject used by the spon- indefinite time. There will in the office,of,the Clerk of the By Marian lu.crol-by Deputy Clerk 8H[ +914| '
School 10
an Sunday sunday' ,
services Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be- .81141t914NOTICE | H5WOEOWA5WJTHMADISON! '
at the Sunday was: |
be doctrinal preaching by the s. m., morning service, 11 a. m.. fore the 15 day'of September 1958, FOWEe.f_VK.f+32t
'The Church The1[ Body of the
allegations of said
evangelist Bro. J. E, [lEd] Price, evening service 6:30: m.. com- TO DEFEND
p. plaint will\, be taken. as confessed, by
Christ and most helpful.
was Termite Control
. and special singing..The pastpr, Wednesday. Bible study' 7:30p. IB Clrenit Court, Bradford County,
Mrs and Mrs.;Travis.will be pre- jou.This notice ahall be published onceColl Florida;- : In Chancery.Case .
Rev. H. E.Massey'extends a cordial .
Fentagain next Saturday night m. t week for four consecutive weeksin No. 12-601 FOR DEPENDABLE tc1I1t'I44W
/, welcome to everyone to attend theBradford. County Telegraph. Mary Elizabeth Crocker' Plaintiff,
.with an attractive program. Chil- Dated this\ 6 day of August, 1958. vs .Thomas Lee Crocker, Defendant.
Household ft OommerdMPeat
dren:! teen agers, and adults. are (SKAL. ) ,
; CHURCH CHARLES A. DARBY, : Thomas Lee Crocker, whose Control
hivited. St. Edward's Catholic ,Church ;, Clerk of the Circuit Court. residence'and address' is UNKNOWN.You .
Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morning By .JJarjan, L., Qrobby, Deputy Clerk.81144t914. are hereby notified that a suit !/
Starke Florida
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Worship, 11 &1 m. Training | | for divorce and restoration of maiden ,. Grove. Spraying
Sunday Mass at 10 a', m. Union, 6:30, p. ou' Evening .Wor .J J J.J.lil lr l name Iali! been filed ;against 'you In A
,the above named Court and cause
Holyday Masses at 8:30: a...m. & ship1:30 Rev. W. 0 Call FR 6.2661
Services each Sunday in old p. nv- and you are required to' serve ,i .
5:30: p. m. Collins. Sr., pastor :NOTICE TO DEFEND a copy of your' answer or pleading u
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday ,, .
WeekdayJass at 8:00: a. m. t V A- 9 Tt ,la (Clrt-BJt Court Bradford County to the. .rompl !nt on thePlaintiff's' Florida Pest Control l
School 11L m. Sacrament Florida: IB Chancery.Case Attorney Llpyd; Bass 312
Service 6:30 m. Everyone welonvs. Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 PENTECOSTAL 'HOLINESS \o. 12-603 Clark Building, Jacksonville 2. Flori- & Chemical Co. F F
'p. P. m. ... CHURCH Homer R. Ellis Jr, Plaintiff, vs. da, and-file.the original in the officeof
.. -. i Sara K. Ellis, Defendant the Clerk of. the Circuit Court on
I pllsms\ marriages .and Instructions ,Sunday School10 a..m..1lon : NOTlCE.TO'APPEAR; or before the 15 day of September, ?,4,N.'W.. 10th .Ave.
by appointment. To: Sara E. Ellis, whose residence 1858; otherwise the allegations of
ingWorship, 11 ,a. m.; Evangelistic ,
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.' and is said Complaint!) will be taken as con- 1
address :_417 McDopaldprive, .. Galaeeyme, FWrda|
7:30 p m. fessVAy ""
BIBLE VERSE \'llmlngtcJl!.North Carolina. y'iu?
HIWAY CHAPEL Wednesday Prayer Meeting You are hereby notified that.a suit :I This notice shall be published-once

And. ;iidYer, 1y I jay untQ ,ASSEMBLY OP'.,Gpo 7:30 p. m. for divorce! has' been filed againstyou p
you,Except ye be converted,and G. ,M. Osborne, Pastor yKiINGSLEY in the above named Court andcause
become as little children ye stiati Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning and of yqu .are repuiredto servea : WE
LAKE copy your answer or pleading to ARE
into rte of _
not enter .kjngdom .
complaint\ the Plaintiffs
Worship, 11 L m. Evangelistic .BAITITSunday Attorney STREET
MATTHEW.l&'jJ. : Lloyd Bass 312 Clark 'Building,
Service, 7:45: p. m. Thursday : School 0:45 a. D. Morn Jacksonville 2,' :Florida, and file the
weekly prayer service. Invitation original in' the office of the Clerk of HAPPY TO JOIN ,
ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening: ,
Circuit Court on or before the 15
.. extended to everyone. Service 7:30 pjn. Prayer Meetinf day of September, 1958; otherwisethe .@
each Wednesday 7:30 PDL'Every- allegations of said Complaint will 6'
EVERGREEN be taken,as confessed by you. BAPTIST
one we.1come.-Rev. H. H. Mott Thia'nptice shall be published once
'r BAPTIST CHURCH i pastor. each week for four consecutive weeksIn r ..
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- the'Bradford County' Telegraph.
Dated. this 6 day of August, 1958. PROGRESSIVEMERCHANTS 900 BLOCK WEST MADISON
\peg 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: Am PARK BAPTIST CHURCH CHARLES A. DARBY,
p..m. Preaching 73; Sunday School : a. m.;
By Marian, L. Crosby Deputy Clerk '
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. fig 'Worship 11a. m. Training 814-| -94| ,

Union 6:45 p. m. Evening ,Worship
7:30 p. 'm. Midweek! Prayer
H. (presently meeting in City Hall OF STARKE AUGUST .
.. Mabry, Jr., Pastor Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. :NOTICE.TO DEFEND
Sunday-Bible study 10. a. m., welcome.BROOKER la Circuit Court, Bradford County, -
worship, 11 a.: m. Flor. d.: In Chancery.

Madison Street Evening Young people's Bible BAPTIST CHURCH Gloria Hooten.Case No.Plaintiff 12-S02, vs. Walter I,

study Wednesday, 7; preaching-Bible, 7:30.study 7:30p. Sunday School, It cu m.; morning H.NOT1CK Hooten,,TO Defendant.APPEAR : We Give'Prof fi]-S aring ,CouponsWith 24 thru

worship, 11 a. m.; training To: Walter H. Hooten, whose residence ,
Baptist Church m. and address: is UNKNOWN.' 31j'1jjI
Radio Program- Station union 7 p. m.; evening worship You are hereby notified that a suit I All Purchases 1.00 More'FYtNN'S
8 p. m. for divorce'and restoration of maiden ,
tVRGR Monday, 6:3p a. m. Wedtesday-Bour name has been filed against you in
[Prepen&IJ ?Ieetinr Washjntton Prayer the above named Court and cause:
8 p. m. and you are required to serve a copy, I
and Grand Streets] t CHURCH OF GOD of your answer or' pleading to the DRUG STORE
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning ,complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney .
L IIAMPTONCHRISTfAN Lloyd Bass, 312_Clark.Building, Jack- :
Sunday School 9:45 AM Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday CHURCH I sonville 2. Florida, and file the original i- LET US FILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION Morning
Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPB In the office of the Clerk of the Every :

Merging Worship 11 AM Service Wednesday,, 7:45 p.' m. p.Christian m. Bible Endeavor Study, Friday Wednesday; Two :o.f Circuit September Court ,on' 1958 or before: otherwise thesis day the ,.220 JV., Temple! ; Phone. WO 9-2651-I

Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. Wor I,allegations of said Complaint ,will be 9:30 10:30 A.M.
Morning -
: p. m. Sunday' --- '
Training Union-6:45 PM LAWXCT: '
ship 11 a. m. Evening Worship, 'I

Evening Worship 8 PM Sunday School, 10 a m. Morn 7:30: .,p. m. _Bible School, 10 a m. BIBLE STUDY Jiblt
I tag'Worship, 11 a. m. YPB Sery- : J
ice Saturday, 7:30 p. m. ANNOUNCiENT!
HEILBR011Tr111u s&/Sl!c4BY "BOOK OF JUDE"

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Sunday SchOOl 10 a. m. Morn- UUJ -
FIRST BAPTIST Church -StarkeRev. big Worship, 'Ill'' a.-m. Evening\ *

Worship, 7:30: p. m. Training EXTRAORDINARY
Union (Sundays) 6:30 m. MidWeek -
Lewis D. Haines, Pastor p. _
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday -

Jefferson. and Court Streets. In the. ,Heart. of Town ,7:30 pan. .
FRI. SAT. AUG. 15-15
-- Only
Phones: Office 234 Pastorlum .130 IDGIILA.N ./ ".

SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 AM. 8:00 P.M. .. 1
School 9:45 a. *
Sunday p1.

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:30 P.M. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and
7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each First New 21" TV

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. R$v.

George Ckism pastor. Everybody ,


.- -.-- ,- --- I :BAPTIST NORTH CHURCH SIDE Sold In Starke 12:00.12:15:

Sunday School, 10 L'm.. Morn-
The perfect tribute to 1 ing ,Worship, 11 a. m. Training
1 Vnion, 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship .2J; WRGR RADIIT"BIBLE

a cherished memory t 7:30 p. m.. Prayer, Meeting %
1 Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. 'Everyone ,- rttt $ua : 7 r it FOR 1 1r'

that Ic welcome.-Bev. Gerald Suggs, pas- IN ACTION"
Every; 1 funeral we con '

duct la a source of sustaining tor. I no

solace and spiritual inspiration t 'TTTTTTTTTTTTY trYYYRISING

Jo'Jhe family.: .

Hundreds of details are managed and, -economical] eI pkPbUkeakinj *

.Iy.attended, to.that. only a ,trained and careful, lira. Gordon Jones I .1 .
By. '
organization can perform when the urgent .need, !< fi '' l 1 ,: .
forservmg is at ,hand.D.eWITT ;

Visiting the Eddie Normals

C. JONES Friday were. Mrs. Geanie Rhoden, t

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE .SERVICE;_ Mrs. A., E. Williams' Mrs. Clar- i .'.

PHONE 7, ence, fift"ffiand: "Ed iUi den. all it a (FRJ. SAT. ONLY). ,{

We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices,'and acceptANT of Mr.Jacksonville.and Mrs.. Garland i-O'Steen Every Evening

life Insurance policy .In force, Issued by ANY company. as and son pf Jacksonville ,,visited, .

payment. In part or to full on. funeral services. QlDS! ta&D"es Mrs., O'Steen's father, Joe Norman BE SURE TO SHOP 7:45-9OOP.M. __._

BO obligation. last Monday r y

.' --. Mrs. Raymond Crosby,vacationed FRI. NITE, AUG. 15 fiw

v I In Jacksonville last :week. ..., .' 1..r. __.f' T .......,. : I. REVIVALSERVICES L
Robert Norman visited relatives 500 TO 9:00 P.M.
; P1
LET US FIGURE ON YOUR'NEXTBUII..DING in-GainesviUe Tuesday. ., HCA Victor:Rcelclyn. Super vac
in Vatic TV!262'' 'viewable:
yq. ares,,
Mr. and. :Mrs. Cfcarles Newmaans .
'- "
"Mirror-Sharp" picture/ Lean lecz l .
JOB and son of Gainesville visited Mr. .,

and Lois Newmanns over the tapered design. New "One-Touch" ,

gee d. on:off control_,l. Improved. .,JBalancedRd9jity.fMSoupd.NeW : SHOWCASE PRIZE
Mrs.' Tommy Barnes of Kings- : ,"Signal! l Strong"chassis l

For ley Lake visited the Gordon Jones ;;,sypersensStiye cpscode tuner. 45 "BPM AUTOMATIC

family Tuesday evening Pjajk gray or: ebony finishes. Three 1

Free Rev. Steyenson of Palatka,visit ,beFutiMwood: rQined finish.f.e#tra,. 'RECORD PLAYER

ed Mr. and Mrs. Tullie Norman .2JT8U., Evangelist \kj'' ,nkj'

.Estimates. 'Stin iiy. .

his ,,
Gordon Jones celebrated "

birthday ,Sunday ,and those. enjoying DARRE
Phone th occasion with his be- ;

r side Mrs. Jones and their daughter t .fT 1 i

493J I ,,Carolyn were Mr rand! -Mrs. 7 SANFORDTake Pant
I Herbert Norman and family of and TVI

RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL Lady lake Mr. and Mrs. Eddie 1 i iT

Norman,,and;Mr and Mrs. Thur- -tl e i i l t
REPAIRS man Jones and sons of Starke.

Church News

1 ,SundaySchool.. .,10 a. m :Morning \ Services In New Church Building

1 Ji: :f\ ; THOMAS CqRSJrg: jl.t'. Worship., 7 .p..JP..M\1.W.PtYF'11 a.\ m.,"-TrainingUnion J.,PHONE WO ,46901.. "- STARKE, FLA. 226 W. CALL ST. it f; .

servke.OI1Wednemay. _, _

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."*'+!;'.- .at..amr.Tin.if A .,* .,,., ...t'. from StaVkeTiumFeo? uV! up Suri-*:II baclc amon iis asainr'Mrsrtllle'nNoiman ':.a vs.nssNess/ssrt ..1 after visiting for two weeks with I Sr. "- .. ZM\ KIVKRUU'fLVT MlTJCE,

daY' and hunted enough peaches is not improving. i in health, the Marshall Matchetis and the Mrs.. G. W. Rhames and her CHLRCHSimiay : '
CLAY HILL I to'et'agood taste pf'them."Mrs. as we would like to see her. Hope:I 'HAMPON G. P. Wa swo.ths ._ granddaughter, Mrs G. E. Ad- Schuol. 10 a. m. Worship I wilt not be' responsible for

Moore had not seen 'Jim' for a- she is sOon well. We were sorry i h Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen lyns; and Polly Anne of Miamiare Hour. 11 ft. m. Evening Servo : any debts made by .mvp,;e other

..tl1! nn I, s..atrickfand bout 'fiftY years, but she-can tella to learn that Mrs. Chism was unable IU and their daughter Mrs. Bob visiting friends and relativesfor tee, 7 p. m. Prayer ilteang eac:. than myself.-Benjamin StartingJr.
subject she heard him preachon to be with us in Sunday I By :! p. ) ,U. Faile attended a family .reunion two weeks. ,Wednesday 7:30: p.m. i I 872tALVAREZ' IS U
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before she was married. AU of School and church Sunday, we _&&&&&A&&i &&. i. l ...' Trenton on Sunday..
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mann were
Nellie Yates you .folks who know Fred know understand she is suffering so' Miss Emma McElroy of Reddick 1
Funeral'sejvices fpr Mrs. Nellie he is no young boy any more, so much-with her back she has to Town The Council Meeting is visiting her sister Mrs. M. B. visiting Mrs. Mann's sister and I STORE E Dien's} affi I m IShare
Hampton Council brother-in-law, and Mrs. J.
Town. Mr. i -
Yates7daughter" of "Aunt Babe it must have been a number of stay in bed most of the time. We Layfield. Mrs. Layfield received !
met for
their regular monthly A. Williams on Sunday.
Padgett", wife of Allie Yates was years ago she heard this sermon. hope she soon recovers and is serious burns when she spilled
5th- ----------
held at the Padgett cem'etery We wonder how many of the restI able to be with us again, we miss meeting Tuesday Aug.: ,- The boiling,water on her foot last
Wednesday, August 6. Cause of I of us can remember a subject,. her very much. main business conducted .was that week.. f
fire fhe Profits in Starke
I would be
death was thought to be a clot : and sermon this long? Bessie had There were 38 present at the fighting equipment. I Rev. J. L. Thomas of Lake -

of blood at' the base of the brain. never met these good people, but I. Long Branch Sunday School last purchased and that a volunteei. : Jutler will conduct both services

fine leaves her mother, "Aunt they said they had met her .1 Sunday, they just have 53 enrolled fire department. is to be setup. 3unday,'August 17 at the Christan -
Present for the sJ
through this column. We wonder now. We wonder where all meeting were 1 1
Babe", three ,brothers:, Yougan i are M. ,Church. Morning services will
Watterscq ,
Uunnie why anyone would .waste time to' who were formerly enrolled in egin at 11
and Ernie Pacteett::! and Bill a. m. and evening
|70 daughters; besides'numprOilS read this column, we feel there Sunday School there?' We can Maxwell Clerk;.Marklee Npr services at 7:30: p. m.
is seldom anything worth reading account fcr two.] This man, Marshall!; G. P, Wadsworth, Mr..
qther relatives: Our sympathy is number and Mrs.. Gene Hall of Lake
Avery Dennison D. H. ,
extended to these relatives. I in it. but maybe they are !always seems rather small for us to the and Frank Williams V Councilmen.Cravfoid.: Santa Pe, formerly of Hampton,
I,Our brother-in-law, Jim Horns. thinking there might be some- enrollment and attendance whenwe Election innounce the birth of a son Eugene -

by, from near Starke and Mr. thing worth reading SOMETIME attended there. I Election for city. and Byron on August 5th in
flid ,Mrs. Leon Ellington and so" they keep reading, just In The revival at Oak Grove county 41achua General Hospital.
two daughters spent a good part hopes! Well, we will keep trying! Church is in progress this week. I .9th, 1958. All held citizens on September are Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Knight and J
of the day last Saturday with Rev. George Chism came home Of course all are invited to at- urged .to yote. daughters of Jacksonville returned -

{Stricklands at;Clay Hill. Mrs. with the Stricklands from church tend. YVYA's Met home with Mrs. Ina Knight FRI., S-VI
Sunday, took dinner with them The Vacation Bible School at and Rwmis, :
Ellington suggests [so did the The ] for # days yjsit f516tl
regular '
menlJ!] that Bessie let folks know and spent a part.of the after Clay Hill last week,was well at- meeting of,the monthly"SSWA's program$4e ..Airland.Mrs. Robert.,Barksdalen4j ; AUO Y:
the crochets-to order-and folks noon, then they attended the tended, having fifty pr more each Hampton oJf:. f children were!dinnejr guess. :. 16 J .
Church "
i m'give orders for crochet workfor .sing at Long Branch in the after day..All teachers and pupils real- th p.Jieme of Mrs. M, :met /it i.iMrs,,'Barksdaie's': parents, M-:. -
Christmas. We,wonder U any noon. We really enjoyed the sing, ly enjoyed the work,'the boys do- I.Monday, August 4th. ( leon Sixteen and'.Mrs.Jv W...Horne on Sunday.. YOUR OLD WATCH% V
<|ne is interested? If' they are- weren't so many present, but we ing the same kind of work the members and visitors Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Slade left
had some good singing, but not girls did and the girls doing work were presentfor Saturday
let's see the patterns, or come to the for a business trip to
meeting. Miss .
the house and choose one of our as good as we should have. Lets with. the hoys."As, .the. .teachers are Alethia Kentucky, I
Williams conducted the '
patterns-and lets do some talk- all try to improve on the singing, always- -- snon m this- church the on "Barred Doors." Assisting program on I Mr;and Mrs. Lester Slade of ; IS WORTH $$30 IN TRADE ON A NEW
Ing about this. We are waiting! not for the praise we get here, boys and gjrjs haveto study and the program were Misses Hampton Lake visited their son. '.
Leo Norman was our new fish but for the ability to sing praisesto "I work together' but. they do not Williams, Martha C. W. Slade, who is in the U. S. V
man at Clay Hill l last week. We our Father who gives us these 'object, alj doing Jheir best to do Brown AmeliaWilliams' Army and Rationed at Ft. gen- '
wonder if he did any good with voices we sing with.! Of the twen- perfect work. The'commencement Joyce Melton.Shirley Taylor, jAd: ning. Ga;,Jast weekend. ;% BULOVA OR ELGIN WATCH

this work? ty-one churches enrolled there Will well! 'attended Friday night Personals Miss iJaTra Mat M ft was'th'e

Last week Mr. and Mrs. Pete were just six represented at the and all enjoyed the,services .and Mr. and Mrs. D. E Hill have weeken4 Royston Lunnle Padgett and sing. Wonder where the other viewing the work the pupils; as been visiting relatives, I in Sweeney Ph jjjtGginesvjejJattweek!} ,.
members ? Calab, Clay ,Hill, well ,U the j j.e. achej had done. Flint .
Cecil Hardy got peaches and were and Holly,'Mich, for thj past two Linda: ,andtferry bV i !>. aijgt} ,
pears from the Stricklands, oth- Highland Long Branch Maxvilleand This is a great help to any com- weeks. ters of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Faile

ers did too Jim Hornsby and the Mt. Zion were all we got record munity and church therefore Mr. and Mrs. Etheridge Cook returned to Rome Ga. with their
of being represented.We should be more of this kind of great aunt
Ellingtons. All of the peaches are and children Tommy and Gwen- wjtfo was visiting the
gone some pears left. are sorry to hear that Miss work don dolyn, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard FaJk PS Wednesday fast ;weej.
Mrs? Dan Moore, her son Fred Debby Phillips is in the hospital, We had 70 present in SundaySchool Cook and children, Ricky and Di- I I RfV., and Mj 1 Kanin 1aiirgpd I

Mooreand: wife and Mrs. Brown. hope she will soon be well .and at Highland Sunday justone. ane, all of Covington;: Va. have Mrs-:-Bob. 'jaileAleft Mopday at4viNt

of these was a visitor, this is beep guests ,cf their sister and Ufj3 raj.l(s pa' ntstlf .wa
.. six more than we had the Sunday brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs J.' E.Toies in Rome, and j
before We, general Sunday I Mr. Faile's
Frank Wetford during-he parents Mr. and Mrs.
] pastweek.
... STORE HOURS Behool. just made a grade of 42. .,,They .enjoyed a sightseeingtrip Ernest;.hUe in Lancaster S. C, 1
we.just had 34 100 pe'r ''
cent .
members '
7:30 To ,5:00SATURDAY: to St. Augustine on Sunday Linda pnd Terry' wijl return .
We can surely improve on end.to Silver Springs en Monday. home wh their i : pu nt,. n y .
THIS WEEKS: this. Let twomen, boast some
7:30 To Noon Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Day rtturn-; Mrs. vftavidiBrDwn. and daughters -
: sore WE.BANNED WON: :AGAtff.THE ATTENDANCE THREE- ed to their home in Plant City Sharon:an ;Di,,,ana Mr .I" Shop fri. N/fe/ 5-9 P.M. for opportunity Showcase :
Brown'.ptothej J s. j BfJ hard..
SUNDAYS STRAIGHT: and who at the Highland church Sunday, of Hawthorne, returned home I :
has more
morning, or any morning, than are invited to attend. in Ft. Pierce. II '\ ..
the woman of the house? If she The next Associational Sing The
Williamsons have
can be present surely some of the and the last sin? in this year, I
ethers .can. Lets' show"tfie ,folks before the new leader is elected, moved from their' tome jo Hampton I ;

WE can keep this banner,.or they will be at Highland church Sun- to the State Farm where, Robert Jewelry

are going to have to get up and day. September 14. 2:30 p. m. All Williamson is employed. Mr'I'

hustle if they ,take it, from; us!. are invited to attend these ..sjngs.Winred : .Mr s. Coleman a.nd.children of
We had Mr.and Mrs. McThay reminded us Sunday that Jacksonville
have been
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. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alene
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CYYYYYYYYYYYYlHE1LBRONN bring your wives to the big WMU tona Beach. a long illness screwworms were found. However, is a good time to apply extra will be waiting for you to store with friends and relatives: Mrs.
and Brotherhood Meet. An invi- I Mrs. Lets Henson and son of May we invite you and your ve are grateful for the interest I fertilizer. This will enable your your corn in the next two or Youngston's niece, Mrs. Ginger
tation is extended to our young Jacksonville visited with her par- family to come and be with the shown by: this young farmer. I cattle to go into the winter three months. The Governmentplan Herndon returned to Charlottewith
i ladies and men to take part in I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Johns people of Heilbronn Church While you are looking for sus- months in good condition.The available at our office is her for a week's visit;

Bj Mrs Harvey McCarthy this wonderful program also. Sunday. whenever you can* Its memberswill pected cases ,of screwworms in last 2 years we have had cheaper and will run 2-3 less in Mr. and Mrs. G. L Sapp of
The Sunday School Young Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morgan and try very hard to'make you livestock notice, if there are an some very good response from price than commercial prices. Heilbronn Springs visited the
..&A A A A AA A A AAAA AAA"AAAAAL. People's Class had their social family have moved from Jackson- glad you, came. Good preaching, extra number of ticks. If you the farmers having their soil test May God bless each of you. Lacey Normans' Sunday after
Hello Friends, sorry news was Saturday at Mr. and Mrs. Bill ville and will stay this week with ,singing' and'Christian fellowship should find them we would like made to determine the need for bye now.
short last week but will try to Reddish's attractive Kingsley Lake their parents, Mrs and Mrs. R. L. await you. to be advised: lime for strawberries. Even noon.Mrs.. Lacey Norman returned
make up for it right now. home. The 19 guests enjoyed Morgan. On the last of the week Official Farmer's Report by Tuesday morning while Rodman though it is a little late for straw-. YYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY home Friday after spending
Mr.and Mrs. J. B. Gaskins, Mrs. swimming throughout the after- they will move to Silver Lake George Huggins: The week ending Underhill had his cattle up for berry setting we will be glad to three weeks in a Jacksonville
Jean Gaskins.Mrs. D. R. Reddingand noon and climaxed the big day where they will make their home. August 2nd. there were ,only four routine inspection, Jorge M. Val- make the soil test for you. Mr. HIGHLAND I hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Craw- with a barbecue steak supper Roy Morgan will assist his fatherin Screwworm Cases confirm in ledejull our Inspector was on L. R. Starling is having his soil
ford'attended the Sullivan and with all,the' tr trimmings. The host the barber business. Mrs. Roy the State of Florida. Because we hand to assist and reports that test made now because he has I Ity Sir. NormanAJAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA..u FAITH BAPTIST CHUBCH
taken ill Sunday; we think there bruises or ticks to i noticed the past few Lacy
Goebert wedding Friday night in Keith Reddish was assisted by Morgan was we-have this under controlis was no over years Lawtey
the Murray Hill Baptist Church in Jimmie Lee in cooking the delicious wish her a speedy recovery and no reason ,to,fall down on the be found. "that the lime in the soil has done A. E. Maasey, Pastor
steaks while Mrs. JimmieLee will remember her In prayer. ,job. We still must be on the alert Remember three months ago good. school, 10
Jacksonville. Bible a. m.
and the authorities of there were as high as 75 cases, a Two important reminders. Mrs. Mattie: Bell Rowe of Jack-
and Miss Barbara Jean Nor- Heilbronn Church members notify any
Mr. and .Mrs. William Green sonville and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Preaching, 11 a. m.
and daughter visited in Talla- man served as hostesses for the gathered at the home of Mr. case or suspected case. Our officeis couple of weeks ago there were we know it will pay you to come here Evening Service, 7:30 p. m.
hasseee Wednesday of last week. gay occasion. A good time was and Mrs. Charlie Burnett 'at the to serve you and we can best 10 and now last week cnly 4.' We by 'our office to get mere information Rigsby of afternoon.Starke visited Bible Study and Prayer Meets

Saturday evening guests of,Mr. had by all, I know because, was State Farm Sunday afternoon to serve you if you call upon us for are winning the battle but lets on our rat killing pro- Sunday Jig, 7:30: p m., Wednesday.
and Mrs.-Uenry Thornton and there. hold Church Services for Mrs.BtJrnett's help when you need it. We appreciate don't quit fighting. gram and gasoline tax refund I Mrs. Janie Marr Youngston
family Were: Mr. Leon Wainwright.. The lake home of Mr. and Mrs. father. Mr. McCormick. Glen Moore calling last Like to remind especially the With the fall season approaching and son of Charlotte, N. C. returned .Radio program, 8 to 8:30 a.n. .
and children of Jacksonville. Mr. Bill Reddish was also the settingfor Elderly Mr. McCormick has'been I Friday to report that there might I cattlemen that if they notice their I it is a good time to make plansto I home with Mrs. Ruth' : each Sunday over
and Mrs. Manuel Billiard also of a big birthday dinner Sunday unable to attend Services due to I I|be a case in their hog. ,But no grass might be falling that this kill out some of the rats that Marr and have spent two weeks tfRGR. Starke.

Jacksonville, visited Monday in honor of Mrs. Reddish mother I .

morning. -,- ,Mrs. Carmichael. Relativesand ,
Visiting in ,the Bill 'Reddish friends gathered around the -.
home over the weekend were Mrs. table of delicious foods and a :- '
Delores Carmichael and two beautiful three-tier birthday caketo \ 00
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daughters. 'Mrs, Virginia Beach be with Mrs. Carmichael as she
and Miss Sandra Carmichael. and celebrated her 77th birthday. ..J Ei..J
Mr.and Mrs. B. K. Godwin and I Pictures were taken of the: birthday -
son. Albert .all of Jacksonville. party. Mrs. Carmichael cut
Mr. and Mrs:".Grady Varnes of ting the large cake and the open-
Jacksonville visited friends Saturday ing of her pretty gifts. This won- .
derful and lovely lady is a shining .
The Heilbronn WMU met at light to all and is loved by every-
the Church last Thursday night. ]one she meets. May the Good ', i 11.4AUGUST 0 30t.
Mrs. R. L. Morgan president,'was I Lord bless you. Mrs. Carmichael \
in charge of the program due to I with health and happiness and 0
the tardiness of the Program many more birthdays.A .
Chairman '(Mel. The Devotionalwas I word of wisdom to the Lady 15 16th.
rendered by Mrs. Morgan. Readers .. when you purchasea ,
followed by opening prayer offered I stove be sure its electric. Did I l 0
by ,Mrs. JimmIe Lee. Others' hear someone ask why? Well the
taking part in the program entitled best excuse I know to get taken
"Some Barred Doors" were out to dinner or supper is no
Mrs. Cecil Rowe, Mrs. Morris electricity to cook with. The '
Carter and Mrs., Darby Gaskins.A housewives with electric stoves
short business meeting was held I used this excuse last Thursday ,
The next when the ----- 1
immediately afterwards. evening electricity was 1
meeting will be September 4. and off in Keilbronn for several hours l
everyone is looking forward to in the,afternoon and early night.I / T.V I
this date. 'At this time a Brother- I spotted three families of our \ T i9 ; I
hood will be organized and will Ccmmunity at a local drive-inn \ Ki.I SET illi; ; !
meet once a month with 'the while we were having supper -
WMU. Until further notice this there. Been hoping they would
Joint meeting will take'place the turn the electricity off again say } j -
Thursday night before regular about five p. m. most any afternoon I '
Church Conference.' This is for
but so far no such good ,
the purpose,of presenting reports I

about activities etc., to the Church luck.Billy : T1
during Conference. Thus: -wives Moore is spending several "
bring your husbands and husband days with 'Pearson Cox in DayMAKE J
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