Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01512
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I Merchants. Proclaim Venture Into Night-Time Shopping A Success .

Proof that crowds will come out]!: With few exceptions th* cooperating tour of .local stores in the company Drug Store reported sales up, once a month or once a quarter. bedspread from Olen's Dept. store. I Robbins'. tric Iron from Winkler Electric

to buy, even in the blistering heat I I. merchants- reported brisk'' of his family. sharpely over their usual Friday! The winners, of the Showcase 'Carolyn Vickers typewriter Alice coleman overnight case Service.

of mid-August if attractive merchandise -| traffic in their stores during the Most stores reported brisk sales night volume. .' prizes last Friday night were: table from Bradford County Tele from;; Denmark Furniture Store. Gary Bodkin, the lucky winnerof

is offered at bargain late' shopping hours, and commen'ts on advertised specials, with several Merchants interviewed this week I Mrs. Leonard Noegel-clothing graph. 'Mrs. Betty Warren clothing two prizes ,was a young nfian

prices, was seen last Friday night{I on business were mostly chalking up outstanding records were unanimous in their belief I from Eagle's Dept. Store. I Tommy Dyal record albums from Alvarez Store. who did some shopping while stop-

when,shoppers made Call Street a "good" with a few reporting "ex during the Friday-Saturday pro- that, the Shopportunity weekends Trevalee Newmans camera : from radio station' WRGR. Carolyn Sumner wrist watch ping here Friday night on his way

busy hub of activity during the |;cellent" sales. Practically all termed motion. Barksdale's reported 400 twice monthly have been good tor from Bullington's Studio & Gift > Mrs. Ruby Howell clothing from Williams Jewelry. from Bronx N. X.: to a vacation

hours of 5 to 9 pjn. the sales ever, a. success and;' pairs of shoes sold l in.a, closeoutof business; in Starke, and all those Shop. from Bottom Dollar. Carol Bradley electric coffee Li St Petersburg.

The Family Night shopping said it exceeded their e-xpectations.1 summer footwear at 98 cents a quoted expressed the opinion that Janell Bullington costume Mrs. Sue Myrick occasional maker from J & J Building Sup I, At the regular Saturday afternoon -

event staged by 20 cooperating Several stores reported favor-j pain Robbins reported "excellent" the promotion should be continued. jewelry 'from: Roberts Jewelry. chair from Elrod Furniture Co. plies.Mrs. j cash awards party $5 prtiea

Shopportunity tores was climaxedat able comment from customers who results from their advertised,close- Although most were in favor of Mrs. Aim Jones clothing and Barbara Ann Kirkland costume Barbara Henderson were awarded to: Beatrice Smith,,

9:15 when Call Street. between seemed to appreciate the oppor-;out of summer dresses, with more special night shopping events in household itemS'from Stump's. jewelry set from Gem Jew scatter rug from Priest's: i i Edgar Burrell, Carl Sumner, Billy

Walnut and Court, was blocked to tunity for leisurely shopping during than 100 sold.Although the future, some thought they Gary JBodkin clothing from elry.. 'I C. T. Whittle table lamp from Huggins, and Bertie Mae Banks.

traffic and crowds thronged the the cool evening hours. clothing stores seem- should not last quite so late ((9 Barksdale's.Mrs. Mrs. Rosa Mae Starling Koch's Drug Store. Mrs. Nelsdh Jones won the $10

sidewalk and street for the awarding i "Starke merchants are really get- ed to be getting, the largest play p.m.) in the future. Most expressed Vasco Griffis baby set matched table lamps from .N as-! Gary Bodkin record player prize, but so far the $25 prize (No.

of prizes from the (300 Shop tin on the ball" one male shopper from shoppers, stores in other a willingness to go along with ., from Flynn's Drug Store. I I worthy General Supplies. i from Shepherd's Radio & TV. 321772)) and the $15 prize (Mo.

portunity Showcase. commented, obviously enjoying the 1 lines had good reports also. Koch's I a Family Night shopping tour,I j Mrs. Freeman Register Jr. Franklin Ritch clothing from: Mrs. Mildred Copeland elec 234394)) have;:not been claimed.


As Council Qualifying Closes

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Two Contests; Hazen Unopposed

The last minute entry of San

Official County Publication Established In 1879 Zack manager of radio statior

WRGR assured a three-cornerec

VOLUME EIGHTY STARtlE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY AUGUST 21, 1958 NUMBER NINE race in City Council, Group 1, in

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Election 9. Th
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I I other contenders in Group 1 art
As Negress Fires On Pursuer Hospital HousekeeperStarke
the incumbent W. H. (Billy) Noe F

and Orie A. .
gel. Wiggins.T.

Hold-up Try Fails Woman% Dies Of Injuries Councilman. C. Hazen, and a Jr.candidate incumbent for

re-election in Group 3. failed te

In Two-Car Collision On 'Day Off' draw an opponent. He waited ten

At Long Bridge Rest deadline.sely approached in the City the: Hall 12 o'clock as the clock noon :

Mrs. Margaret Lucille Browiy
mae up. next month. Council- The third Council 2 44zr
But for the wakefulness of a 56, housekeeper at the Bradford chairman Hazen said that threiBrown's race Group ,
Negro woman, Harry Davis Invalid tempted hold-up. County Hospital since its opening will pit incumbent Randal Chitty
of" from the hospital
operator of the.Long Bridge The intruder had cut telephone here in March, 1956, was killed t day against George B. Flynn Jr., I 'A.
while she and her husband '
Rest package store Just across wires before entering the house, Saturday in an automobile acci-] from shopping. Starke pharmacist.The .
were returning a
New River on the. Union County I so attempts by the Negro womanto : dent on rain-slick Blanding Boulevard to Jacksonville. race for City Police Chief _
notify the Sheriff by phone VVeseonnett. remained a duet with
side, might be a poorer and even I near a rumored I
sicker man today. 'I were fruitless. By the time she Her 74-year-old husband, Sam Investigating officers said that third candidate- failing to mater 1 _

Davis was sleeping peacefullyin got word to him by messenger,I N. Brown. remains in a critical tooth cars were headed south on ialize. Incumbent Chief Ben C. _
Boulevard when ..Mrs.Douberly's 1t
a cottage at the rear of his,.the holdup man had too much of condition at St. Vincent's Hospitalin Blanding] slowed down to Holtezendorf, appointed to fill the __ _
In head start to be overtaken Jacksonville as a result of injuries car unexpired term of W. E. Thornton

early business hours establishmfnt of last Sunday in the Sheriff Whitehead said the Dais -I received in the two-car collision make a left .(urn. The Brown's (resigned), is opposed by Kiley :
mornIng -
\ home was entered by a screen-I : He 'received fractures of car, driven by. Mr. Brown, collided Sweat former city policeman, who ,
when awakened to find a man of _
with it and then skidded put --1.w
I ribs, and skull, and recently resigned as chief deputyto
ed door, which was unlocked. He the arms, legs, _
leaning over him brandishing an I control on the wet road and crashed _
Sheriff P. D. Reddish in order -
of the
lacerations body
Army-type 'billet. raid Davis kept a number of dogs, severe -c
About that time Qeorganha and could not account for the Also hospitalized was the driverof intoa.four-foot, h_ culvert.' The tn make .the fSce, "

Drak 40-year-old Negro fact that they did not create enough NEW PLACE I the other car involved, Mrs. car was demolished and damageto The election win be held Tues-
woman Eleanor Moore Douberly, 32, of the other car was estimated at day Sept. 9, the same date as the
fuss to frighten off the in-
employed to sit by at night and TO STOW IT -
truder. 233 Orton St., Jacksonville, who $100. first Democratic primary.
answer calls if needed by Davis, I'I I suffered shock and possible bruises. Funeral services for Mrs. Brown -t
Whitehead said that Davis kepta
stirred in an adjoining! room, Deputies Dolph Reddish and .
large of were held Thursday at 2 pm.: in .5", -. -.-,..,- -,
sum representing -
frightening the intruder. The money, Russell Redding demonstrate Council Restores ---------- rSww-4 ----
occurred Mrs.
The accident Jones Grave
DeWitt C. Chapel.
weekend receipts from his how two five-gallon of ,
Negro woman ran from the house,II jugs Sam Zack (left), of radio station WRGR
side services will be held at Rich- manager shown as begot
liquor store business in drawer
supposedly for aid, and'was pur- a moonshine! were hidden under Names Of Three
land near Dade City, Friday at in under the wire- about five minutes before the Tuesday noon
sued by the man. As she ran out!!near his bed, but that this had the hood of a car Reddish apprehended
the back door and around toward not been disturbed. Davis later last week.-' The third Funds Sought 10:30: a.m. Arrangements are in deadline, to pay his qualifying fee as a candidate for City Council
To Voter List
the front of the house she fired reported some money missing jug was in the trunk of the car. I charge if DeWittC. Jones Funeral Group 1. Handing Zack receipt is City Hall employee Carolyn

several times at her pursuer but from a collection of silver dollars Reddish caught the two Ne- Home. Redgrave. The pleased smile shown by Councilman piff Hazea
and two dollar bills, but Sheriff shiners when he detected From For Mrs. Brown had lived near Three names were restored to
failed to stop him. The man over- gro City means he got by the deadline without opposition in Group 3.
took the colored woman and Whitehead said the amount, if the odor of moonshine on Call Starke in the Bethel'Church community the voter registration list at the
missing was doubtful. I I Street! and trailed a wet track for-about, six years. She Starke City Council meeting Tuesday -
struck her head with the billet. A
tllcsJe ensued in which h* drooped Following the incident Davis, left by one of the leaky jug*. C of C Director was a native of Florida and a night were, by C.request V. of the ,three.Mrs. Pilot Killed ,I Il SSTuraOut, .

the club and then fled in a a heart disease patient, was hospitalized member of toe.-Seventh: pay Ad i They lnglenght ,1
C. and C.Thom
parked automobile which the wo in Lake Butler due to a IT PAYS TO ,. -is-:*: "venttet-------church.-, .u _.. :I as.v :-- -. W.: -
"' .worsening of 4ii&' condition. The Three mbemfoers oI the local Besides her ,husband she is '. '
;able to describe-only I Other business included the revoking In l i Crash Of Jet f For Grid Drill
"two1 tone." She said he drove off Negro woman, Whose head was (You Know What) Chamber of, Commerce. ,Guy An- survived by a daughter, Mrs.Mal' ,of the old franchise for ;

'on Highway 100 in the directionwis bashed by the billet, required Brothers theopening drews, Roscoe Bullington, and H. ,Harwood Crescent City, the Starke Telephone Co. and the
of Starke. medical attention and several Hardy plugged, C. Elrod asked the Starke City I Calif.: her father, Richard Sullivan -
Near Coaches
new PleasedFiftyeight
issuing of franchise with cost Lawtey
stitches also.Sheriff of their new Gulf Service Council Tuesday night to help with brothers .Rob-
According to the woman's description Richland; two to be paid 'by the telephone com
the hold-up man was Whitehead said that station on' North Temple funds to pay a Chamber director. ert.. Sullivan: .Lincolnton, N. C. pany.

the pistol l fired by the Negro woman c\\'enueith a well-planned Plans of the C. of C. call for a Leslie Sullivan. Tampa four '
white in his. middle 30's, had and Accepting the ballot for the City Lit Edward L. Ney, 26, a jet boys answered Coach

' sandy-reddish ,hair, and wore a was one furnished her by schedule of advertising newspaper : trained executive and the tentative sisters; Mrs./-Eula. Gue'rra. Tampa, election Sept. 9: the council also pilot from Cecil Field near Jacksonville Lennard Register's; call to football -

mask over his face, He was of Davis for their protection. He radio and direct mall. salary set will be around J7000. Mrs. Ruby'Daniels,'Dallas, Texas, appointed Albert Lee Crosby Jr. was killed last. Friday practice Monday morning.
shells 'The Commission has ,already !- ,
and build she said it contained five empty County Inez Addison, Ft. Myers, as inspector -
medium height Did it off? Mrs. to replace Charles, Hardy afternoon when his A4O Skyhawk A' rain-drenched field slowed
in the magazine but that he pay budgeted $3,600 for the pur- Miss Hattie Sullivan, ,Rich- at the Hardy said
and polls. fighter crashed in the State Farm down operations somewhat, but
said.Sheriff only three places "We had a bang up openingand and the Chamber ,expects to '
John Whitehead recovered could identify land: and one ste -son. he was unable to serve. pasture about. three miles north-, Register said, "We started early
bullets did a land-office businesson raise between $6,000 and $7,000 '
one loafer-type shoe, be- : outside the house where the At last report; Mr. Brown, who ,Joe Gray of the Starke and west of L wte):". enough, and believe we will be
struck. He said the Negro the opening days, Friday by member subscriptions to oper.ate
lieved to have been dropped by had i and 'Saturday," company officials !- the office.In had been i in critical condition, County 'Recreation Boards also Ney had been, reported! overdue ready for our' opener with Mac.clennyhere'on -
the man in the scuffle, and a new woman was obviously too fright- ,: said. was improving somewhat and had brought the Council up to date on on a routine training flight when Sept. 19., "
"Made inJapan" ened for her markmanship to be asking for the money, $5.000or the decisions made by the County ;
with smoke
nylon cap a been taken from under the oxygen I another pilot sighted from
Given to gas purchaserswere whatever the City can budget, In addition to the 58 who reported -
effective. away distri-
Commission concerning
tag inside. The Union tent where he was placed his downed jet. The Naval Air
Whitehead said he was con- 2,324 water glasses embellished the men pointed out the advantages bution of county recreation funds. Monday Register said that
County sheriff also found a pairof when hospitalized after the ac- Stations at Jacksonville and Cecil
unmatched socks which he be- sidering offering a reward for any with pictures of antique to the city and county, of .:cident. All council members were pres- Field sent ,helicopters to 'the scene, four or five more candidates are
concerning possible having a trained director, whose Johns is expected out some time this week.
Clerk Carl
information ent but
lieves the man wore over his autos. i City but 'there was little to 'toe done but
hands while making the at- identity of the holdup man. Jdb would be, in part, getting new on vacation. clean debris: "Our spirit and morale is bet
f industry to settle 'here, bringing Recent Births ter than at this time a year ago
New Elementary added payrolls and increased revenues Parts of the jet were scattered and I believe this team will have

Natural Gas First Services for the governing bodies. Bradford County Hospital announces Band Will Begin'Practices over an area equal to a city block I. the. most will-to-win, of any we,
left where
the following births: and a huge crater was
Students Will As individuals the Council memo Monday have had," the coach declared.
)Ir. and iMrs. Burley Henry Al-i the plane dived into the groundand
bers expressed willingness, and I Partsof '"They seem to be an exceptional
PromisedBy In New Church said they had always helped in the bury 01 Penney Farms, a.daughter All students,interested in band, exploded on impact.
Is Register Friday the'pilot's body were recovered.. bunch of boys. They are eager
past, but it is impossible to allocate Della Jo. Aug. 14. both old and new members are "
that and easy ,to l learn. Register ad-
'Residents of the area
funds until f.hebudget is Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sam asked -to report Monday at 8:30: say

Set For Sunday Registration for new students organizations had asked for funds Adams of Doctor's Inlet, a daughter in the music building. BandmasterElden the jet was flying low and was ded. "Our Midget program began
before it hit the three, years ago and will start to
Next smoke
or transfer students entering for next year which bad not pre- Nettie Lee, Aug. 19. Matthews states that band trailing
pay dividends this season in bet-
Starke Elementary School for the viously been included in the bud- Mr. and Mrs. Luther Buck Har- practice will be held each day ground.
All of work have been er-trained; ,recruits.
Houston Corporation phases first time will be held at the get. per of Starke a son, Aug. 19._ next week at the same time. Ney was attached to Attack
official of the going strong this'week as the new school office from 9 until 11 a. Squadron 172, He, is survived bya The younger boys will play a
St. Petersburg '
announced from buildings of the Madison Street wife and two children. great ,deal, ,,and our team should
22 PrincipalP.
that Florida residents m on Friday, Aug. "
this week Baptist Church near completion."No .. the
T. get stronger as season pro-
service T. Nolin announced this week.
natural gas I
will have longer can we impose up gresses," Register said.
by July 1, 19 9. ol Beginning pupils must have Legion Drive
on the wonderful hospitality
will be keen
Leon Reinach said that work their sixth birthday before Jan.
will start' within- a few-weeks on our school officials stated the 1, 1959 In order, to be admitted.A New MembersAt for each position on the team and

pipeline that will extend pastor Rev. Jack Mabry. birth certificate must be presented For all the' boys know it, the coach
the lengthy
Services in the Starke Elemen '
from McAflen, Texas, near at the time of registration. declared. 'We have some good

the Mexican border, through Bat- tary School cafetorium came with to Beginning pupils are asked to 75 Per Cent sophomores and juniors who could

an end last Sunday evening take some jobs away from the
to Cutler, a small obtain all immunizations includ- ,
La. -
Gn of the evening
community just south of Miami. the benediction ing' booster shots, before school American .Legion Post Commander seniors .they are 'willing to pay
Federal service. Spurred on by a strong all 1 1S Rabb announced fhe price" he added. .
Reinach said that the opens on' Sept. 2. If possible, 44 Harry:
,Power Commission has approveda desire to worship in their own beginners should have complete yesterday, that 1959 renewal mem- The boys will continue to work
and moved
to be
$103,500,000 bond issue to ti- buildings physical examinations, the princi- berships had 'been paid by 75 per in shorts until schcol opens: when

nance the project. Work on the the school when the teachers arrived pal advised.Mr. cent of the current post roster. !the squad will be divided into
for their- pre-planning period
wain line will start soon alter at :: Nolin said that parents This represents'only one week ot varsity and junior varsity teams.
work continued an
financing is completed about Sept. was should not call the school officeto the, renewal drive whiqh was kick- Coach Jm! Temple will have

I. he saI<:tHouston! excellent pace.Services will include inquire about room assign- ed off Aug. 12," Rabb said. charge of the juniors, while Hurse
this Sunday
Corporation 'Is the parent local has1 250 members will coach varsity.
scheduled Sun ments. This year, he said the The post and 'Register
the regular
company of Houston.: Texas basket din- class'rolls will be posted by 3 p. and, as indicated 115 have "We would like to thank the
meetings! plus a
will con- day
Gas & Oil Corpwhich m. on Friday. Aug. 29. Sixth renewed their memberships for doctors for their help in giving
dedication service -
the main route from Louts- ner, followed by a
ftruct Florida at 2 p. m. Rev. John Pearce, grade rolls will be on- the front 1959. each boys his physical examination. -
iana to building: Membership Chairman SeeberD. said. He added
of Jacksonville door 'cf the Heilbronn : Register
firm recently acquired Rev. L. A. Rawls.-now
The parent control ':of the Coastal Rev. I. E. Enlow, first 4th and 5th grade rolls on wall of Goodman asks ail members who that the coaches would also, like
store and 1st. 2nd, and .. have not paid their dues to do sot the Quarterback Club reorganized -
Transmission Corp. which built the interim pastor of the church and school ; -' 4 to see :
11 of Mr.Manning's at once since the Starke post istrying
Walker executive 3rd. grade rolls on the door F4.' 4 1 soon and a project
Texas-Louisiana leg. Rev. office. ''-r.\.. ;..:'' ." ,- .. S -,.._ -:': .... ," w I to be first in the district to started for a new electric score-
estimated the sale of secretary of Cooperative 1S 5S
Reinach attain 100 per cent of its
board. He also urged the public

.'gas service appliances is completed in Florida Will exceed after i for ,the will Florida take part Baptist during Convention the- Union Services Clearing! Starts On U. S 301 ProjectWork 1 under Typical way of along improvements the right-of-now membership.Commander' Rabb stated that to games buy season which will tickets go for on sale all home with

40 million, :.dollars annually for afternoon services. Sunday Night way of U. S. SOl are the two the regular meeting of Post 56 will of school.
the opening
several years. i, The pastor stressed the fact scenes pictured above. At top I be held Tuesday,'Aug. 26, at 8

that the people of the entire Union Services will be held Sunday started Tuesday on clear- ed. North ',of ,Lawtey the new is the new home of Carradlne' p. m. He urges all members to '

CEMETERY WORKING community are invited to attend August 24, a't the First Ing the right of way on U. S. lanes'of,the highway will be, on tourist stop near Lawtey, while I attend, as well as all veterans of New High School ]

There will be a cemetery work-! this service.' I Methodist Church with Rev. Oliver Highway 301, by Caraway .Con- the west ze.Caraway the old building (at right) still World War I and II, and the Korean Students Register

ing at the Ben Sapp Cemeterynear The first building, a chapel, is Carmichael of Goodbys Lake struction Co.'of Jacksonville, subcontractor will do all of the clearing stands but will soon be torn conflict. Matters of interestto

"New: River, Thursday Aug. designed to seat 350 people. It Presbyterian Church bringing the to S. M. Wall Construction of trees from the right,of way down. Lower photo shows un- all veterans are brought up at B. W. paine, principal of Brad

28. All those who are interestedin will also house a choir room message in the absence of Rev. w. Co. of Gainesville, who will and barrow' pita and drainage nightly shacks along SOl in each meeting. ford High School, asks all students -

t the, upkeep of this, cemetery study for the pastor, and rest S. McAliley. This win be next build the new four-lane stretch. ditches. Cox Construction Co. of north. Starke which have been At, meeting Jack Tra- who are new in the county

please come-and help.EVERGREEN rooms. This building will have to the last union service to be held Starting near the Nelson Green Monticello is the subcontractor for torn down to make way for the wick will present ,a program on to register before the opening,of

forced air heat and cooling this season, with the Christian, home south of Lawtey Caraway digging and"hauling fill' Fill dirt new road. the uses and evolution of the Geiger school on Sept. 2. This request
CEMETERT facilities. said they will work souOT to needed is estimated at about 200- counter. Other matters to be

There will'be a working at Evergreen The second building, in combination :Methodist and Presbyterian Starke and north to Lawtey on 000 cubic yards., way said the rough clearing will discussed include the American applies to students who will enter

,Cemetery northwest of LaW- with the first, will be churches participating in joint the east side of the present road There are two large caterpillarspuang take about 4 to 6 weeks if the Legion Medal award program and high school, including grade T

where the new road will b 'Iocat- trees and roots and Cal weather I Ole 12
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t', AS. trrrrrsrssrrrrrrsrsssrp '''''' """' ,,,,,"', f -//TT ITTT 'and children, and Juanita Stal- NOTICE TO DEFEND: Salvage material +\\'I. Ilt2oni'1 fbe
editorial In Circuit Court Br idford Count?,.j' property of the fuccesaful bidder and
naker of Brooker visited Mr. and
Farmer's. Florida: lu Chant-err. such material will be taken into eon-
Diary RISING Mrs. E. C. Lewis Sunday. Cake No. li-587 sideration in submitting bid "proposals> ,
.. Mattie iltCullough Wood Plaintiff, Successful bidder will be required to
I + Mr. and Mrs R. C. Thomas and
vs. Wiliam D. Wood. DetendanLNOTICE enter into a removal contract and
A $ ; Bg Sit McG&rrf. By: Mrs. Gordon JonesIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA children of NficevUle visited friends TO APPEAR remove building and debris from tharightofway
That.J and relatives here and are now To: William D. Wood, whose residence lthw'twenty (20) days
County we're quite that from bid acceptance. Performance
r sure and address is: Unknown.
I vacationing farther: south. t bond. in the amqunt of JiOOOO will
some of them must have been. around You are hereby notified that a suit be successful bidder. The
required of
Deserves.tore Study here.tOO: Mr. and Mrs. Bobby' Alvarez Mrs. Magige.- Norman has returned for'divorce and re!>ration of maiden State Road Department reservesthe ;
r- were supper! ,; guests of Mr. and i from NiceviUe after spend- the name above has named been filed against you in right to reject any and- air bids. "
Mrs. Billy Alvarez of Starke Tuesday ing two months with her.daugh- Court and cause and STATE ROAD DBPARTMENT
The has :you are required to
suggestion beennjade 'that, an overpass J L While reading a book on trees 4 serve a copy of
niigit.Mr ) ter'and son-in-law: Mr. and Mrs.R. your answer or pleading: to the com- OF FLORIDA "f}
4be' constructed BradfQi %' this week the came across the fact plaint BY: J. A. BREWER
qjt 'P High Sechool en the Plaintiff's
across Attorney
and Mrs Jeff, LeWis' and C. Thomas, DISTRICT ENGINEER. '" ;:t
are'not Alan C. Winter, Jr. 319 Florida Title
U. S.. .30JI so. thai students! ,may. cross QWthtf that Australian' Pines Mr. and Mrs E.. C. Lewis of Starke Bulling, Jacksonville 2, Fla. and file. llU41' ;.l
busy feighwy ih safety and without impend really pines, but are closer to be- the original in the'office of the Clerkof I
were in Palatka on Saturday. IX THE ('Ol'XT.lnH E'S COURT the MITICE TO DEFEXD"la : "
ing traffic. irig hardwoods: And if they keep Visiting Mr..and Mrs. Raymond IN AND FOfr BKlUrOKI (OIN-' 8 day, of Circuit September Court,on 1958 or: before otherwisethe the I Circuit ('...rt. Bradford Couajy. '
en dyin? off as fast they have TY. FLORIDA, IX FROBITE M. allegations! of said Florida: la Chaar "ry.Can
Admitting that we know nothing of the cost of Crosby! last week were Mr. and 1-450 Complaint will ..
be N It-CIS
Well, the tobacco i$ out of the been, t ey'won't be hardwoods taken as confessed by you. *
sueh'Vprojecf and in Mrs. Lloyd G. Caraway of River- IX RE: The Estate of WALTER S. This notice shall be published Troy Brown, Plaintiff, .>s; Peggy
are no position to thatit oll.'ef'al.h
)! say way now, and from all reportsour either. The. cold got a lot, of them.. SIBLEY. deceased.: week for four consecutive weeks Brown. Defen:ant. i
would beT. financially: feasible still see. "did side. Cal. NOTICE TO CREDITORS the NOTICE TO APPEAR i
we can growers very well. For instance :l \y1nt r. in Bradford County Telegraph.
man x advantages for an A. B. Whitehead said he Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and All creditors of the Estate of Dated this 6 day of Aug 1938.; To: Peggy Brown whose residence
overpass. WALTER S. SIBLBV. deceased (SEAL ,
daughter Carolyn, and Mr. and are ) I and address is: 105 S. Magnolia
The crossing will always be dangerous and it is raised 2.49.9.Ib.5.. from a 1.41 acre Went,on a real wild-goose chase i hereby notified and required to file CHARLES A. PARRY Avenue, Dunn. North Caroling.l
also aJtobnenand) that be got 55 this week. Alice wanted a pieceof Mrs. Eddie Norman visited Mr. any claims or demands which they Clerk of the Circuit Court. You are hereby notified that a suit
constant of ,
a source of irritation to out and Mrs.: Thurman Jcnes and may have against Mid Estate in the By Marian L. Crr&by, Deputy Clerk '
for divorce been filed ou
cents a pound for it right at his hand-hewn beam to use as a office of the County Judge of Brad- has aganst >
state motorists who do not realize that studentsuse sons of Starke Sunday. ford County Florida, in the Courthouse 87-4t-J| >:,28MITItK in the above named Court and cause
it throughout 'th'ed 'y. They are certainly farm. ., :man.tel aver a fireplace in our all Miss Greta Fay Alvarez is visit- in Starke. within eight calen- -TO RID I of and your you are answer required or pleading to serve to a copy;the
after searching dar months from
new home 1 and the date of the fir tpublilation
used to 'school crossings in their home towns but ing this week in Jacksonville with of this.nolit'. {!. Each claimor Sealed bids will!) be received at complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney.J. : .
So next will located"one Tom .
the planting through Clerk | Building }
now over, we of Ci'urt's office in Starke, Donald Gibson 100 Smith
in most such zones the restrictions are in force Joyce Crosby. demand must be in writing and Florida until 10:00 Jacksonville 2. Fill and file original -
be berries and we've heard of a Casey. He said it came out of a must state the place of residence I a. m. Tuesday '
only at specific times of the day. Because our number who' have already set barn which at one time belongedto Mrs. B. A. Shaw' of Jacksonville and post ofCue adcress of the claimant i- August the 19.following 195S covering described the building removalof I Court in the on office or before of Clerk the of 15 the day Circuit of-

students have classes on bptfe i sides of the higii-: some out. Luns Starling said he Volley Reddish. Our thanks to visited' Mr. and .Mrs. E. C. Lewis claimant and,. hilt must agent be'or sworn attorney to by, or the it 1 from nsht-of-wav of State Road 2uO September, 1J5S; otherwise the allegations

way'all"through'the day it i 13 necessary 'to have got some runners from Dopsy Tom far his helo. .l&st weekend. will Florida become National void according Bank of to Jackson-law. i:, (301) between Starke OF Bl and'ILItINK1story I.a.'tey.IIKSCKIPTION taken as of confessed said Complaint by yiu, will lie
a slow 'zone''n_ its lights'' an'da traffic officer on Griffis and that he expects to set ti Visiting in Ocala and Silver August 1, 1958. cement block gift ship and This notice shall* be published onceeath
lot is. Springs. Tuesday Mrs. ,,Buck yule business building: Iinaled on property week for four consecutive weeks
them soon. There will be a Heard this week that there were !
duty } ejjce,\W jcv that school% w sessva-,? BY: purchased trim F. R. Carradme. in the Bradford Count' Telegraph.
fOkt more set out folks get the scarcity of Florida Alvarez'and daughters, Greta and All bidders are .11I l.
teea. as a present II! Fred J. Thompson, Jr. required to accompany Dated this It day or August
uadmiaading. andcer&liilfc
tiU.aY. .
P. ; "f 'er" soon. grown eggs. Man who told us said f Barbara Mrs. Billy Alvarez and Assistant Trust QCfk>t'r, Adminis-! their bids with a proposal guar- (SEAL) _
not!. ujueees szrillaxslil) with> tourists.1 !ktrator of Estate anty in the form of a surety bid bond I CHARLES A. PARRY
; he is planning a year round. Mrs Bobby Alvarez all of Starke. of Walter S. Sib- f.r cashier's heck in the amount -of i Clerk of the Circuit Court.*'
whifviolate) l the liw.pertainiQi\ ,to the zone.' Some1 Hadi:' a 1 nice visit with Mr. and hatching program so that pullets Mr, and Mrs. Wodrow Thomas ley deceased. SIT-4t-81:8| | $100.00 Road made payable to the State By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk..
of 'our rush esst\ meA t&ell!th&t.! tiki- tourist' must* Mis.. Inglewright, who 'own the will be: coming into production Department of Florida. gl4l94| !

never l iJe'offendrtli DClmatteDtl1at: !be does.::.There> : ''I former Haislop farm out on the during the summer when the hens .. .. .

is >a'Happjvmettliim( ;,offoDurse,.but1 it'' would!'1 tie; lac' I, old1'road\' to Lake Butler. They usually quit laying. At least ours

bet tVeif ta.eliminate'tha danger: ta out school!alit: wnn'l'into the cow business for a always did, and during the hot Plpmrose-Brapd: Genuine Danish (Denmark) Cooked NII
but about month ago had to parade up and
while; a weather we
dr H''and!than irritation,to,the.motorist! if it! could) instead. chicken .
they1 decided to try sheep down in front of the
be djbrt 1t ati:reasonable costt, Bonglesy ,
flier bought a small herd from house with an ax in hand to per-
T tHMti'people who::mad*the suggestion!origrinauy Quincy and Britt Rosier, and then suade the old gals to give us evenan

\we would'!ua#,"Let!*hear mom about it" got'purebred" Suffolk: ram. Mr. egg or two for breakfast. N..

I Inglewright laughed when weaskedi CANNEn HAMS S 21bcan', $1.99$ |
'T C- whY' he made- the change Had a nice letter from John R. .:.. e

to sheep.. ''One of the reasons," Sipes cf Fort Meade. a former .. "w hv. .11 .,. ...., t "
said: "is because they are a lot newspaperman who is now in the : -.1!

Meacfe- Alcoa cHaihnam of the} National: Be cmaller, and I'm not getting any bindery business. Mr, Sipes said -.' ..... .

pujkibanj}) I CttHB&te ;.s&tedj recently' thifc" bar did4Seittfe younger.: [And who is, we might he'noted in the Diary,that Scram- .... :;

no 't1iiDJi 'c.wW. doJlot th4l t1l&, 1dd.1. .! bled Sam does not care for figs i = JANE PARKER DELICIOUS. t::
ll Ltfi: h be&ytdl I hip party toulUS wins: S. and he asked; if we would sell him **r\ .?-
'; No that Oscar Carter has We'd'be glad to send him ,
eor'oV I'tJIj JI .uiJt. Of'&e m i iii this some. we, ..
s! settlement a-, but the truth is "
NOYuXit ", l1 (bt31 ast&he I built up regular a mess of them
ms 'tw Gill Akora'sseal I rounds his place, Wade Gaskins we have only a few small trees, Gold Medal
has decided to follow his example. and the birds are helping Aliceto (
>tt ttet fc*.WtasdSf never a&aitte def at S places, rented as soon as the anyone has figs to sell contact
cold M "'"6ot& Hense. of. CtegKes, i is' tie No.veftoer .- foundations were dug. Mr. Sipes at Fort Meade. FLOUR "
eJecMB&. ., e

#6twilisfei&s c their xr&xfo wouurks[ >a It any of. you farmers have ever Our new home is coming along !

IOQ* at tbs record ottr the pmt IS Cteffcssfeaal ploughed up some Indian arrow- quite well.. What we are hoping only v-u
I ket& other Indian relics, Fred Dodd will getit SIbs 49C ,
el& indicate tkt boft Pttsafeat Etwaho or is that builder Ii5 .
please get in touch with us or with finished before, the State Road
er aid Mr. ,Atan nay te vhbttNt w the dark L
Ray Reddish. He has done, a lot
puts us out of our
insofar as. the,COPs ttue& of wiaai&f. eoatrd worfc tin the'study o'f Indian arti- Department

of the House 'of.Representatives, let alone the U. facts eleswhere, in .the state, and old home, and that when: we do

S. Senate, neat(; NoVembejc\ 4. has started to do a 'survey of get in our new home that we'll be

A study of the actualote.; in these}. elections. Bradford County. There were a able to keep ahead of our new A&P Sliced (1 1 11 1'PINEAPPLE .,.

for- the House, shows. that in 9nly one .year 1946, lot of redskins down in Alachua landlord, Uncle Sam. I

were. the Republicans ab\>le. to win over: a. majorityof

the party vote' to their csynp(, apd at* the same brought some; mammoth pears I LI K I'' !

time, win control of the House in the. number of OutOf into the Telegraph. One weighedtwo

seats they picked up. and one half pounds and was

The record' also 'I\Q'' that in 1952, the. Republicans more tbaIl six inches long.. '
+'s S's
won control of the Ityuse by a marginof The collector of Internal Re- No 2 can only 2 Jc )

eight seats, albeit they JkJ< \ not actuary win a ThePqf 'venue"JwEdwin. Larson. Darned, I MO, ,,' '_ ,
majority 6rthe. 'nat(onwide vote for thejx party's "hoarders fo turn in their gold.

Congressional candidates. Local farmers .were probably c say- ,- REG. 49c' NOW" ONLY : :>**

Furthermore.,the. record &hQ>+'s that in each ing "what gold. ?" a ,-, F" ,F .' '.a..:.;.\. I
S ,
Presidential. l ejection-= year singe; 1932. the GOP a t- '"--. .
Plans were afoot for a Satsuma Cooking Oil ., ,
has never' actually won a majority of the nationwide [Edited By Alice McGarvey] packing house, in stark ". At a C '. ':
vote for its own' Party's candidates. meeting held here in the late .
On the basis of this record, it'seems extremely Twenty-five years ago the Wets summer it was stated that Starke MAZOLA

unlikely that the GOP can win control"of"the and Drys were marshalling their was in the center of a 30 mile t
forces for the coming votes in
House in this November's off-year} election and! Florida ,on repeal of Prohibition area containing' 11.000 acres of f '
any predications.tQ the, contrary'by BUv Alcorri i Satsumas, with approximately
; Committees were formed, ads taken expected
a d'or' Mr. )Eisenhower belong in the realm of in the Telegraph petitions. 108 trees' to the acre. It was and- Quart 63 :
wishful thinking. In fact LHtk\ Rock, Ben- written, and speeches made. Theelection that between of the fruit 7,500 would EACH

son's fatal l farm program, and,, Dulles' Mid-Est ; was to be held Oct. 10. be 10,000 shipped boxes during the 1933 seasons a

mess should assure 1958 Democratic nominees for 1933. with more in the future .. ,
Congress greater victories than ever before. the'trees mature. .
The first ripe strawberry of the years ,
1933 season was brought to town CrestmontICECREAM '
Minors; And! Pqo/ Rooms bx W. H.: Noegel and was on'display ,
at the Carroll Cafe, Noegel 1f2'gal 69c Marcal Bathroom, ,", I

lAttpnxey General. Pachar d Enin ruled recently ,said h? had picked. several from 1 FORBACK I

that miners ,ar@ prohibited by law: from playing his. old plants.. a e TISSUE lrollsfor 19c"PUNCH .
pool or frequenting establishm.ejpts> wlere? the Real Kool
Work combined
game is played, regardless, of the size of the. pool on a I
garage and. service station for E. I
table. He. pointed but t. however that the, Uw ,H. Smith! at the intersection of 4kzcan( 29C

applies only to p b1i .places and. does not.attempt State R &d$' 48 and '13 [now 16 Jane Parker Delicious I
to regulatethe: -'gaines a youngster plays at home and U. S. 3pU. This garage was

or under the supervision of boys' clubs or teen torn down recently to make way I Whole Green '
town''organizations. ,for the ,large 'Gulf Station. ,' that 'TO A&P APPLE 8-io,

the In Legislature.his opinion sovgbt the> 'Attorney to .protect General. : youngstersfrom said that now,Th- stands Bradford there., '....County. Board of BEANS$ 303 can 2 for 45cMr.P' PIES ea .39c :

influences 'alid'de- .
xposiire to unhealthy I
CommissiQocr' advejiisoV for bids ... ,
moralizing habits that can so easily be contracted on the'purchase .of.:13 coeds of i 18- ; SCII1OQLl: : J (

in public pool parlors. !inch wood.'tole';hall'to'be.yellow ; Mild and Mellow

Eryin said 'that'the evil that the: Legislature] pine lixhtwood"varid't<
hoped to eradicate by making it. unlawful for be green ,,.eBowi pine1-spat*vood.Pric U E"M;PE: { i. : '! I TS H oz can 29c

minors to: play pool, in public parlors or even' to, was'to'1n h.ide'Ide1l, q"and" l \ l :aia; : EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE

hang around them,' is present!'regardless of theaiie racking in the- County;:Jailwood- .
of the, 'table involved. shed. I i f [Detergent; '

fihe"game'and simply because atmosphere the does!size not of the become playing different Mary Pickford's.'.'.':new picture.. l' I II SAIL L igwntsize: 53C 3-lbbag 199 l-Ibbag:. 69c!

table is reduced he said and maintaining a mina -Secrets",'was : playing*at the ,

(ore pool .t table in a business establishment frequented Ritz Theatre. I
_._,. _
b)' :manors\ is a 'violatlon'of law, even if ;itiOANS \ ---- -- "

the minors, are not allowed to play, the Attorney. Mr.: andMrs./R.PF. 'Demorest'YOU'LL'LOQitl.eUt I P i Fancy Laundry Bleach Nutley

General Maid, < DIV I CLOROX, quart 19c ': /

This opinion will undoubtedly of'interest to brook ;>pifrsfr4iz fotmtaki peas la ,

parents themselves., l law enforcement officers,-apd'the. minors i ford pastel Conirty thidesl\:Telegraph.'Only *Uft at''Bra*.- lUP iro \WiflLEiBEE! I TS I Waxed PaperCUTRITE O LEO[ E I ,

---- : 125 ft. 29c

600 | llicans ?::1 C Ibs
DYERTISl\G-Anyone who ever doubted IraW"'fS : ,jA 2 3Sc ,

the effectiveness of ad'ertisinaand promotion >_ .. Iona Brand .
should have been on Call'Street''las{")Friday< : night Home ApPlilneel i: 'Detergent' .

to r'witness 'the- .crowd, at ''Sij>pportunity'Show DREFT, giant size 77c

case." Ash nt'. spectator' \ remarked: ""This is the Tour Friendly "Folks Find Us Friendly" Shortening PEACHES Toilet Soap Regular Bars

most eotyef'rve' cesn dowiiton.n[ Starke since Norge Dealer SPRY 3 Ib, 95c CAMAY for 19c I
Blanding dais Never"undere'stimate the .. can '
drawer LICAL FINANCE Toilet SoapCAMAY P ihnau'
ing : lf wc JJ-plap i and S NQRGE APPLIANCES 2'/2 '

motion.? -advertising: proj. .S MAYTAQ WASHERS COMPANY Detergent EVXi.\QUlD.\ reg39c can, only 29c Marcal ColorNAPKINS, 2 for 27e

"4 ':h8M'H;:: .4 QOLL1ttN HEATERS, u4 2 for '
Tlih 1AE .tfCl N <: BLUE RINSO giant 77c 19c
1.:" '" T 114 N. Walnut. St., '" AMftfCAf MlfMOfT fOOO MTAftft., IMC! II* .
: 1111 'I I ,, .
Hudson Bathroom
Detergent ,
tl. A tlC..lJ.mYiT' rr >ar:. als lI e- .I We>Service,All '(3'Doors from Post Office ) ,WISK, quart 73c TISSUE, 4 for 54cLipton'. I

,'r'ilt'fp fi".ng CoN'ftY6fS5LT i Of. Appliances 1Irs.- Hall
T : : Marguerite Mgr. Toilet Soap Bath BarsWQODBURY '. --... .
r." SItAI &JuN'IC ""' '''' '" c ""
r .I ..''ttIIV... .utlzj.Q...: I, Phone 10'K. Phones: 16,
< bags
r.'Itygd t .r. ..... .. seelsMy t 14itlnat t and WQ 4-01,11 II +
Ike Pe.t'Hrn.. al !Starke,... ,.J.Fl"a._ "n".trt'. !II.._. "_.18x1_ sttrhe-Fort; :,
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THURSDAY, AUGUST Zl, 1358 B.WFUI1n cot1-1'1" ttl.tnn.\rn. A.\Mt.. F1 unm PAGE THREE' :
t.YYYYYYYTYTYYYYYYYTYYYt and children and Wayne and My- Bigham Jr. family. ville. After all they weren't bothering Rev. Chism held preaching services -

ra Parrish were swimming and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Thomas attended her if Mr. Hornsby didn't care at Aunt Senia Prevatt's Sun-

:BROOKER! picnicing at Stricklands on Kings- and children. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd a-wedding-iri-Tampa,over what business was ,it of hers? day at 4:30: p. m. We are glad -

ley Lake. Wood and son Mr. and Mrs. G. the weekend. L We were glad to :have Mrs. that dear old lady can have services :""::

By Barbara Sue Davis Friends will be interested to W Davis and sen, and Harold Mrs. Woodrow Thomas and Chism tack with us in Sunday at her home as she is bed .

A& know that Gerald Gay of Jacksonville and Lloyd King were boating and children. and Juanita Stanaker School and church Sunday, her fast and unable to attend church. 4
& son of the G. A. Gays .swimming at Lake Butler lake attended camp at Camp 0' Swan- back is giving her quite"a bit of The Associational Sunday.*

: Sunday,-luncheon guests of the has been recently transferred to Sunday afternoon. nee Sunday. trouble yet, but is much better School meeting is at Cedar Creek

Warren Mizelle family were: Mr. the Miami office of the United Mrs. C. F. Atkinson visited rela- Approximately 40 guests enjoyed .Lrn a Srirgeas air than it had been..We hope she remains Thursday of this- week at 7:30 p. w

3d,Mrs.,R. T. Taylor of Worth- States Fidelity and Guaranty tives in Starke Friday afternoon.Mrs. a birthday party Saturday DONG1NBBR. as well as he Is now. m. All cfficers and teachers, and u
Ington Springs and Mr., and Mrs. Company. Bobby Dyle and son and night August, 16, honoring Craig -- --- I Our Sunday School enrollmentat anyone else who will attend, are

T. B. Rahn 'and daughters Carol Mr. and Mrs R. J. Waters, of Mrs. Doris Kelley and children Wood on his leth.birthday.\Craig Wherein the summer is de most cancers are caused ,from a Highland has picked up to invited to attend.
and Cynthia of Dundee returned home Thursday received gifts. lightful. The rains come and the 147 but didn't have but 62'of' '
Cross City. DurIng returned home Thursday night many lovely virus of some kind. We handle we The revival will start at High11
the afternoon the after visiting with friends and The sun ,shines hot. We harvest the these Sunday 8 less than
Mizelles after visiting with the Rosvel Kel- center was decorated, with all cases carefuly and wear rubber present land church [Baptist next Sun-
were visited by the L. relatives for 'several days at garden and bury the dead. the before but 39 of these
N. Nettles ley family in C Cincinnati Ohio fora balloons. Music was furnished. by gloves. They have found a fever Sunday lasts all "
of Lake City and ,Mr. and Mrs. Brooker and Gainesville and your week. records for dancing. Several 'indoor Slow thought by thought, small .blister is caused by a virus in the were 100 per cent members. We day evening 8 p. m. and ,
Albert H. Miller and daughters reporter 'Barbara Sue Davis, and and outdoor games were prayer ,by prayer, blood stream. have boasted too much about the week, until Saturday evening. -"
Marilyn and Virginia of Gaines- Mrs. Mae Mott accompanied them Mrs. H. P. Gainey and Mrs. played and refreshment Of punch I build breakwaters! in my heart Adult women's class' winning the Rev. C. M. Mezick, pastor of

ville. for a stay of two weeks. Eugene Crosby attended a miscel- and birthday cake were served That, all the. tides and storms past Friday we got a body from banner for attendance. We lost it Hickory Grove Missionary Baptist Il
laneous shower given for Mrs. South Dakota. We had the rosary
:"Norma Jean Taylor of Santa Feand Mr. R. J. Waters Mrs. G. W. Richard Melton of Gainesville at guests by Mrs. W. E..Bigham Jr. of, life early. Saturday morning in then Sunday, even if we had kept it Church Green Cove Springs, is to
Lucretia Combee left for the Davis, Barbara Sue and Dickie and Mrs. Lloyd Wood. Shall fail to tear apart. for three Sundays! We had to giveit invitednr
the home of Mrs. R. G. Crosby in w air conditioned chapel. We do the preaching. All are
Florida Methodist Youth Campat Davis and Jean and Edward Such waves have broken over up to the Nursery department.We .
Leesburg Saturday and will begone Endicott were '1n Starke on business Fairbanks Tuesday night. f......Y.YW yyyYYY V' have padded kneelers and the cool are glad these little fellowsare to attend and hear each message .

:a week. Monday.Mr. Mrs. Guy Harrell, Ramona Har- meThat I had little left to stand, air came down. It was awful hot brought to church and,Sun- this man delivers. .

, Mrs. Norma Rogers and" chil .' and Mrs. B. J. Waters and rell and Mrs. G. W. Davis were HAMPTON Yet thought by thought back outside. Ten minutes before the day School, and believe or not. Remember prayer meeting each
to start I playeo the
dren Ronnie James and Sue Ann son of Gainesville and Hughey in Gainesville on business Thurs- from the seaI prayers we are willing to give the bannerto Wednesday evening, 8 p. m. Sun-
of Jacksonville spent from Wednesday Crosby of Key West visited the day and Regenia Harrell returned ,win my;.mind's lost land. organ softly, some music that I them every Sunday. If they day School 9:45: each Sunday
to Friday with the G. A.Day G. W. Davis family Saturday. I home with them after visiting By Bin. D. E. imi Patiently, prayer by prayer, I got from the St. Joseph Church.I are brought to Sunday School morning and morning worship
family. Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and i with her grandmother, Mrs. Edna & &&&&&&&&&&& buildA found later they were songs that their mothers are pretty sure to services 11 a. m. Why not come on

Thursday Mrs.,G. A. Gay andAustin son, Craig of Jacksonville were Hayes for several days.A School Starts faith I never had before, their mother used to sing and be there, so bring them on. We and attend Sunday School-help
Sept. 2
Gay, Mrs. Norma Rodgers the weekend guests of the W. E. miscellaneous shower was 2 New Teachers Here, Reclaiming for God's fertile play. They were so delighted that give UP the banner to them glad I the teachers teach-lets see if we "
given honoring Mrs. Jack Maxwell School the son gave me $2 to put in my ly, and are willing to help in any- cant have each and every one of
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.A. ., days will be here again fieldWhat was a storm swept shore. mission fund. I have $51 now.I way we can to take care of them I the 147 enrolled present Sunday,

Big Week end I. Mann. Friday night,August for Bradford County children on James Dillet Freeman am making sweet chunk pickles while they are in services. I will you?
Tuesday, 2, with teachers
15 at September -
Community Center. The Yesterday I was overwhelmedwith l now. I have sauer kraut made.
starting work this week
center was beautifully decorated as waves of sadness and I felt I am in the dining room with a

coming ? with fern, lilies, and potted plants pre-planning sessions began Mon- sc helpless. I cried out to God for vase of zinnias on the table anda

up and the gift table was covered day.Hampton help in the dim quietness of our fan at my back. My heart over-

with a lace cloth on which' there Elementary School chapel. I sat down at the organ flows with thanks and happiness.God Your !
were many lovely and useful gifts. will have two new teachers this and played.,"Have Thine Own bless you' every one. Casllat fhiertipsj1.hU

Miss Ruth Mann was in chargeof year, making a total of six for Way Lord." My heart was sad LOVE, MOTHER LURACLAY
the registration table and the eight grades here accordingto because Don and his brother had

games were in charge of Misses Mrs. Ola M., Perkins principal. ,given a lot from the family estateof 'YWYYYYYYYYYYYY.YY..Vn.

Barbara Jean Green and Marsha Miss Louise RaUlerson will con- Mohrs., ,This lot was next to r
.oI6l' Padgett. tinue as first grade teacher Mrs. the church and had been in the HILL

Winners of prizes were: Mrs. Flay Sullivan, third grade, and family for about 40'years.. They

; Ruth Mizelle. Mrs. Dennis Hodge second grade will be divided be- kept it so no one else bought and by Hn. J. L >Strickland ,
and Mrs. Lula Mae tween these two rooms.
Baxter. built too close to the church. So .
Refreshments of grape Juice Fourth and fifth grade teacher after their sister died, they deed- '&&&&&&&& &&&&A&& u

and cake were served the guests will be Mrs. Gladys Wasdin. who ed it to the church. Don had been We were saddened Wednesdayof

I by the following hostesses: Mrs. has formerly taught in Patterson, paying the taxes on it and his ''last week when notified of

I Roy Green, Mrs. A. Z. Padgett, Ga., and will reside in Graham brother held the deed. One of the Johnny Ellington's funeral, not

,Mrs. J. W. Kelley and Mrs. E. B. during the coming school term. elders of the church secretly sold saddened because he had on
Mrs. Janie H. gone
Noe will again have
Crosby. it by promise to a liquor store home to be with our Father, but
A surprise luncheon was given sixth and seventh grades: and man. That"afternoon he went to saddened to think that another i
for the Rev. James Temple family Mrs. Perkins will teach the eighth building. Now he has about $4,000 !good citizen and life friendof
!o; checkbook
Sunday after church servicesby grade room .as well, as being in'a basement and is living in it. Mr. Strickland and friend to through your

the members of the Brooker principal. He can get no deed but he is many others- had left this life yet you avoid the : _
DON'T FORGET Baptist Church. A large crowd Helping Teacher' Added squatted there. Don says he is not where he could''influence othersto ;
was present. The occasion was a Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Haines going to church anymore nor pay live for our Lord. dangers of carrying much / ''II
will act as helping teacher in the
welcome home to the Temples in. I have been so happy for four s
after their vacation to Monti- school. Her role will be to assist years. We' took turns about going Our sympathy goes to all'their in cash in your pocket or purse.

COKE cello and Panama City. children of any grade, in any area to church and I got a choir together loss, but we rejoice that we and conveniencei /
Miss Ruby Stokes was the Sun- in which the child is having dif- and I loved the church. I can all be together again wherewe For safety ,

day luncheon guest of Mr. and ficulty. Mrs. Haines ,will there- am so heart broken to think whenwe will not have to suffer any open your Checking Account .
fore help children who have more.
Mrs. Buddy Stokes in Starke. pro- tried to help the church some
blems in reading, spelling, arith- Mrs. Louise Smith called this'bank..
SIGN Of GOOD Friends will be interested to one would do such a thing. You on of '
TASTE) know metic, or other subjects. She will some of us Monday evening of
that the A. I. Mann
.. familyare
.... ... ..... see, Don's grandfather
: "
-- ..
--"" --- -- now residing in Haines City. also assist children who have found the church and his father last week, ran into rain that stop- "

fcoHfed under authority of The Coca-Cola Company by We of this community will miss speech, hearing or visual handi- helped build the present structure.I ped her until she could see again,

, 'v *. Starke Coca-Cola Bottling them and wish to say good luck caps. Mrs. Haines has served as wept and praYed.-,I know it will I when that rain was over she came
? Company. and come back for a visit. helping teacher in the Starke Ele- come out all right,for God will on to our house-and we had another -

.: Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes and mentary School. She now residesin surely answer my prayer in some small shower. She stayedfor FLORIDA BankOne
Waldo, and will commute to awhile and we ate some
Mrs. Viola Gillis attended churchat I would like to hear from ,
manner. "
Union in Heilbronn Springs Hampton from there. some of you good Christians who peach pie she took some pearsto One of 28 Banks lathe .

Sunday and visited the John Ed- The upstairs room at,the school read this. Help me: give me a make a pear pie. While she was Florida National -

lJPERI tJ It ? dies and Mr. Rhoden in Waldoin has been renovated during the word. What would you do? Pray stranded in the, rain on the road Group .

$ : the afternoon.Mr. summer months, and will be used for me. the Yougan Padgetts were stranded Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
and Mrs. Henry Colman of by the helping teacher. Also a However, this morning, after here at our house-waiting for
Gainesville and Armenar Goosbyof new drain field for the septic tank the rain to and .f' ,
much thought and ,prayer, I,'like cease-:- .we saw I '>
Ft. Laudelrale were the Sunday !system has been dug during the the poem states above "Havea lightening strike not far from the ,I, .

WATER HEATERSFor guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. last month. faith as never before reclaimedfor house. We [Stricklands] went out ..
Sowells.Mr. Lunchroom personnel will remain God's fertile, field." What was next day and ,found the lighten- ''' '" '

and Mrs. G. W. Davis visited the same, with Mrs. Clifford storm swept shore." t ing had struck a blackgum tree *

Mr. and Mrs. Mack Howard in Prevatt and Mrs. Florrie Belle We have had such very hot at the edge of a pond near the I
More Hot Wafer Starke Sunday night. Mrs. Howard Brown again in charge J. W. weather. Today is cool and we do house, and split, the ,tree betweenthe

is confined to bed for some Bedenbaugh, as custodian, com- not have a body I have an elderly forks-and ran full length of Keep Florida Ahead, !
time. pletes the school staff. man to clean and work on my the one half of the tree. When it -
!5. FASTER -- CHEAPER Stanley,A. Conce of Gainesville Classes will begin on Tuesday, garden. He 'is Catholic- and a struck it shook Susie and Bessieup t V V REFLECT SPESSARD L. .

46=,; k, visited the Rev. L. L. Parker fam- September 2, at 8:15: a. m. with grand old man. He needs the a little too but didn't hurt us 't-,. .

ily over the weekend. school in session all day', and work. too., I like having him a- any just gave us a good slap. i.It
James Harrell is at Fort Jackson lunch to be served in the ''cafe' round. His voice is soft and he is I Lunnie Padgett came to get

S. C. with the Army reserve teria. Lunches will continue to be kind and works well. He is goingto some pears Thursday evening, HOLLANDR
for the next two weeks. 25 cents per day, unless rising : X
Go Gas cut my corn and he has pickedthe came in a pickup truck, started
food costs necessitate a raise in <
Mrs. Nash Brown and son of bush beans that are dry. He through the field to the trees, got
Georgia are visiting her mother, the charge, Mrs. Perkins said. Ad- is going to reset posts and cleanup the truck stuck-and had some :

Mrs. Waters this week.S. mission fees, for workbooks and my fence row.Besides, we havea digging to do to get loose from the
F. Thomas. L. W. Thomas supplies will again be $2 for each Y U. S. SENATOR
new Ford truck. A pickup bog, they made it, and got a load
Mr. Henry and son C.F. Andrews pupil in'all grades, she added. custom made at the factory for of pears. Seems they all knew It

and Mrs. Agnes Johns, all of Register New Pupils us.,It.is a dark grey,' about the how to dig, perhaps they have 1 11
Jacksonville and Kenney Kelleyof Any parents ,who failed to make
tic RENT YOUR color of a funeral car. It is a been stuck before. Alf
: HEATER Panama City visited the R. H. out a registration blank for a be- beauty and shall drive it aboutto We were told that some ,kind N., 4
Green family last week. ginning pupil last spring, may \ .
church, get groceries, up ,large animal has been prowling around -
Mrs. McCormick, Mrs. Tetstone, register the pupil at Hampton
to the cemetery to water'flowersen in this neck of the woods,
FROM SLADE Mrs. Taylor, and Gayle Stewart of Elementary School Building any
the graves. I keep a blooming bluffing all of the dogs and doing
the Sunday from Monday, August
Jacksonville t
$ were first wife'sgrave. *
geranium a on Don's just as it pleases. It ,is thoughtit .
luncheon guests of the R. H. Friday, August 29. Mrs. Perkins V 9. 6.
: hill top '
lots on a *
the Our are is a panther on the ,prowl. It
to be '
order ,
Green family. said.
with a beautiful view of the coun- hasn't been here to see us, if it .
Visitors at the home of the R. child must be six years of age before r.
1 NO FINANCE CHARGE / 1 1959, and parentsare tryside. I go almost every evening had we aren't so positive that this t..
H. Greens last week were Rev.! January alone to look, water the flowers, brave hunter. Bessie 'Strickland
\ I and Mrs. L. L. Parker, Mrs. M. asked to bring a birth certifi-
and say a prayer. would be so brave. She would
2 FREE Installation to' Gas .5 F. Wiggins. Sunday Mrs. Amanda cate when they come to registerthe Well I passed the exam to get probably lose that ole, rusty,
Mr. and child.Personals. i
Lewis, Jean Endicott that license
4 'I have
my license. trusty shot gun and forget how
Mrs. T. W Markey, Mrs. Betty
framed and,hanging on the wall tc it for time If
use a
3 No Sandras, and Mrs. Rosie Pin- Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williams of anyway
Upkeep holster visited Mrs. Green as she Tampa are the parents of a son, of the Mortuary. I am Director.now a Mor-Now it comes our way, well, we will tell 12 Years of Inspired leadership
tician or Funeral you more about it then!!
has been seriously ill for some Samuel James born
morning. August 17. He weighed Don is the embalmer.' God am help Coif- Godwin came to Strick-- Public. Service., Dianitv. Intearitv
-- --- --- -- .
and helper. --
flmoMr. assistant ,, lands last week '" v.
one day looking
and Mrs. W. A. Davis and nine pounds, one ounce at birth '
We do allf for the small for the Wil- us and guide us, is my earnest I for.peaches for ""Aunt Polly" Grif-
of the second
price children night guests of Waldo of the were N. J. Davis over- and liamses.is the Mr. and Mrs.son J. W. Homeare prayer. Ifs of' Maxville who at that time This is the time'to hold to our proven established

grandparents. Mrs. Home HELPFUL HINTS, I found a was real sick and her appetite has leadership to re-elect a man who has

$$1.95 month with option to family. and Thursday.Mr. Mrs. W. F. Bushloperand rode to Tampa Monday with Mrs.R. remedy for poison theskin.ivy Rub or any the failed her almost completely. She demonstrated that he represents the beliefs and
weed on. she
thought could eat
per some
children of Green Cove C. Gray of Jacksonville to visit. inside of a banana'peel on the she the the ideals of the people of Florida and America-
and peaches, so got peacheswe
of theN. L. Barnes
guests and Mrs. B.
Springs were supper Mr. and it will kill it after a Senator Spessard L. Holland: ,
poison could find. We hope she is
You r. J. Davis family Thursday.J. children and Mr. and Mrs. Leaston -
this that
,purchase. save difference C. Davis and son and Mr. Forsyth'have moved from their few applications/Don't forget better, or completely healed before -
and Mrs. Ralph Davis of Gaines- home at the Y intersection just castor oil will kill a wart. Just rub now. We also learned that A native Floridian, former teacher World

ville. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob and west of town, to the A. J. Carter !the castor oil on every day until "Uncle Jim" Godwin was not War I veteran holding the Distinguished Service,
other fuels. it disappears.I firmly believe that feeling well as usuaL Hope he is
over visited the The Carter State
children of Homestead place on Road, Cross prosecuting attorney, county judge,
S N. J. Davises Saturday. family, have moved Into the for- and Mrs.'Ted Curtis. back' to par again before now. Senator effective war-time Florida Governor, re- .

Mr. and Mrs. Muddish of New .mer Barnes home. Sunday afternoon visitors at the We are glad that Dora Johns is hard-working senior S. Senator for titt
Smyrna Beach, A. C. Davis of Mr. and Mrs. John L. .Han of home of Mrs. Ina Knight and.son recovering nicely from the,recent spected, : .

Gainesville, and Mr. ,and Mrs. I'Milwaukee. Wis.. are visiting herewith were Mr. and'Mrs. Ralph Prevatt operation for .goiter. We,,hope .she last 12 years, Senator Holland has:

See Slade for the Best Hot Wafer Ralph Davis visited the N. .J.Davis Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Han.his I md children ,of Lawtey, and Mr. tas no more trouble oi this kind,

family Sunday. parents: and'Mr. and Mrs. D. H. I md ,Mrs. Ernie Southerland and and that she makes a real quick Won vast flood control projects for Fl orida._ ,

Deal Town Mrs. M. F. Hazen of Starke and Crawford, his brother-in-law'-and: 4 laughter: of New River. recovery. Helped create Everglades National Park.
Lou Plummer of Atlanta visited sister and family. Mr. and Mrs.Lester McCulloughwere Jim and Bessie Strickland spent

Mrs. Lilly Cone Sunday. Miss Norma Sweeney, who has host for a birthday dinner the day Saturday with their S Promoted Pan-American Highway, road toa

Harry Edwards of Jacksonville been serving as a missionary in ,Sunday, August 17, with Mr. and brother-in-law, Jim 'Hornsby- of stronger hemisphere. ,
visited his mother, Mrs. Lottie Brazil with the Child Evangelism Mrs. Ernie Southerland and Starke. Talk about squirrels v

Edwards over the weekend., Fellowship returned home to :daughter of New River, and Mr. they were there, running from *,' Fought hard to protect States' Rights.

Diann Colson of Starke was Gainesville last week and visitedin and Mrs,,Ralph Prevatt and chil- one pear tree to another and Inmost Increased Florida's agricultural wealth.
the weekend guest, of her grand- Hampton on Saturday She was dren of Lawtey as guests. Birthday of the pecan trees. They *

SLADEGAS parents, the G. B. Colsons. met in New York by her mother. honorees were Mr. Souther- were really having a grand play- *'Obtained substantial federal aid for highways -

Mr. and Mrs. Benny Thomas Mrs. Sweeney, who had been land, Marilyn Southerland Mr. and chase all around the house! harbors, waterways and bridges.

and R. A, Holden spent the week- visiting relatives in Philadelphia McCullough and Mr. and Mrs. When Besise saw so many of i
end with the Willie Thomas in Pa. for the last two months and Prevatt's daughter. them she was deeply grieved because -
lie-elect L. Holland U. S. Sena-
Titusville. I they made the trip south together.Mr. Mrs. T. F. Brown and grandson. she had left her guns, bothof Spessard your

COMPANYNEXT Mr. and ,Mrs. Bessie Thomas and 'Mrs.' Frank Williams Billy Weest left last week for Miami them at home-and could not tor. His record is outstanding..

and children and Mr. and Mrs.B. and children spent last weekendin Billy was returning, home shoot one squirrel! If she hadshot

DOOR, TO WINN-DIXIE Ammosen spent the weekendat Vero Beach with Mr. and Mrs. after spending his summer vaca- some of them-well she might
Gulf Hammock James Broome and family. tion here and Mrs. Brown was to have been taken to town and put HOLLAND!

Phone WO 4-3551 ,Mrs. Groover Thomas and son. Miss Brenda: Lott is in Stewart. visit with her son and daughter-, in a cage there until she, could (Political Adv. paid fortes W. .Shelley. Jr, State Campaign -
Director. Herbert E. Wolfe State Campaign
Wilbur were weekend guests of Miss.. for two week visit with in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon learn not to shoot the poor little -Treasurer.)

the Gennevar family In Gaines- her brother-in-law and sister. Mr West tor a'week..,, squirrel until hunting season.




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BRADFORD 0011Jft't FW)8H;. ; TRUE DAt; Auatfrt-rt; W-

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-;: Iit woven or SALES I scribed property as set forth in the --
Mary; Starling- rirt Semces" Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Final Decree, to-wit:
James Crawford $ a! Final' Decree of Foreclosure dated Commence at the Northeast corner I ALVAREZ' STORE Est.bllshed; 189-1.
August 14. 1958 and entered in Chancery of NWVi of SEtf. Section 32.Townshi .
I To Wed Cal4. No. 12-527 of the Circuit ], I South, Range 22 East, u Men's Clothing..
Sept ir N ; tiI 6 6't Court of'the Eighth Judicial Circuit run South 977.5 feet for a point of I
.. in and' for Bradford County, Flori beginning thl'nce'run South 107.5
in Mid-State InvestmentCorporation feet thence run West 140.35 feet
rr { 'i f' j is plaintiff' and Robert thence'run North 107.5 feet, thence
ni .j Green a single person, and Ellen run East 140.35, feet to point of Beautiful 6French Provencial
S Set f Holmes his mother, a' single person, beginning and containing .69 acre
orStinay pre defendants. I, Charles A. Darby, and lying in NWM of SE >4. Section -
Ahdya Moot? J I Clerk of the Circuit Court will sell 32, Township 6 South, Range
._. to the' highest and best bidder for 22 East .
-- cash, at the. South front door of the Dated this 14 day'of August, 1958. i
Page 11 Bradford. County Courthouse in Starke, [ (OFFICIAL SEAL) DINING ROOM SUITE
BPW Members HousewarmingGiven Bradford County Florida, within the sl| Charles A. Darby :
t. used for educational purposes.and legal hours of sale on the 3rd day of Clerk of the Circuit Court
Meet'At Home By Choir a J will accommodate more than 250 September, '19S8, the following de- 'ii' l\ S-21

people. This building will also be r.: ,,_"" __ I
Of Club President For Mrs. RedgraveThe : ;..H.: e a
air-cooled.. These two 'units- :are

The Starke. BPW Club met First Methodist Church the first of a master plan thatis

Thursday, Aug. '14,Oat the home choir gave a surprise' housewarming designed to meet the growth of -

of' the president, Mrs. Edward for Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave at the church. TM rT

Hall who presided over the her new home on N. Thompson L. A. Canova is.; chairman ",of

business meeting. I i street, on last Thursday evening the building committee, and B. T. I .

following choir practice Thomas heads the finance committee '
Various labels that the- club b9r
Mrs. Redgrave, a member of the H I .5 -1 '- f 1- ) t
members have collected were I 4r .t.J ,

turned; tn, at this, meeting and I choir was presented with a lovely "This is a people-centered protect nea ''L'; (

plans; were made for the district personal gift from the'group.. r ;tf ," said the pastor, "Everyonewho rr I

meeting to be held in St. Augustine I Home made ice cream and cake is, a member of, the, church T : ; a. ; :' w ,

on Sept. 14. were enjoyed. has had, some part in building V.etr<'I ''til tI 1 ,, t
Mrs, J. D, Doyle announced these structures. The people of

that roadside, marker has been Beta Sigma Phi the community, through,their .in: tz.k:

received and erected. on. Highway Members And Guests terest and, support, have added 4, A housewife-motorist recently paid her first n 1

301 south, of. Starke. A list of their part also. It would be hardto visit to a Phillips 66 Station, and reported

members and their proper addresses Enjoy Outing single,,out any one individualor i: :, m'follows'. .

was read and discussed, Mr, and Mrs.: H, Dt Starling of group, for J special. merit. ," Rev. All J from Similar to Picture Shown .
expected Dealerwas
: Phillips
The Beta : my
Sigma sorority the. State Farm the Mabry, said
to be published In the state directory announce engagement "
,' which will, be prepared', held a hamburger fry and swim of their daughter. Mary, ."'PerJ.13.P.tlie scripture; found in ten,gallons of gasoline and maybe the
x windshield wiped. But the first I knew
party for their dates and hus- to James 118:23 best thing
soon. Crawford, son of Mr. Psalms; : exPl'ese.s.what. 329:95'
bands Sunday afternoon at the and Mrs; Silas Crawford of Lake hag happened." he added. ...this they had cleaned the windows all, around ., Regr. :

Little Women Mrs.KingsleyLake E. w. home ,of .Air and Butler. is tjie _Lord's d'olnZj; it is marvelr005.in p vWas surprised whenthe,, attendant suggested -- TABLE

The 15 Hayes. The wedding will take,, place at ., ova eyes."_ :; 4 he check the tires, including the spare!
Given InstructionIn couples enjoyed swim- the Church of God in Starke on ,Beginning with, the Sunday Then the battery and radiator., I figured he '
ming, skiing and a delicious Tiam- Sale Price
Playing BridgeSeveral burger Also Sept. 27 at 7 p. m. All friends are evening. service,.I jev. parrel Sanford must have me mixed up with someone im- e 4 CHAIRS
supper. present were '
I' invited will lead }.n week, .of revival :Wife of the
l Mr. and' :Mrs. John Deas of Lake to the wedding and reception portant. mayor, maybe?
members 'of the LittleWomen's services.. The outline of these, sef- .. I
which will
be held in the
City. Mrs. Deas r $
was a former could
You have knocked with LARGE 5199.9BUFFET
vices listed on me over a'
Club met at the home of educational building immediately s found the church;
I I! meniber of the local chapter. featlterwhen he
Mirtha Weldon Wednesday after. after the, ceremony. page in this issue, of The Telegraph : brushing out' inside. .
noon thft carYou; do this for everybody?' I asked.
of last week for bridge instruction -
TT' If'
Miss *
is 7
Starling a graduate of "
BirthdayParties That's.what he said everybody .
Bradford High School, class of T
Mrs. Merrill Struth and Mrs. K!: : !
For Three Young 1953, and is now employed I at the from M. T, and Frances Lk.Gonkm, P. '
L.; Matthews Instructed the girls OJ; Bx 372 Keystone Heights, Fla. The t "About the gasoline .,1 got e'o
Chamber '
of, Commerce in Starke.
Bridge playing and Mrs. Gladys Honor Guests property will be sold in accordance .
Mr. Crawford! graduated from with the provisions of Section 6336 of that too. And that Phillips C6
Weldon served refreshments. the Internal Revenue Code,: and the .,
t Li < car ru
Union my
1DYal Danny Cowen celebrated His County' High, Lake Butler regulations there under; at public auction "
ninth birthday Sunday evening 1 in 1957 and is,now employed in ,, on the 2nd day of September swell!
FamilyReunion 1958, at 10:30 a.,m. p. m.. at Brad
Gainesville. .
when ES host to the Christian CO
s ,. County Court" House, Starke,
Is HeldThe church, Chi Rho group following I Florida Jerome Johns Oil I Co., Distributor :
their baseball game. Two Stork Showers Description, of property f
West Half of Northwest Quarterof
first family reunion of de- The 16 young. folks enjoyed Northeast Quarter (W% of XW __ .starke,j Fla, ,
Bcendants of the late Oscar W, and birthday cake,and ice cream at the For. Mrs. Garter 4)), and South Half of Northeast \ e u. fn"' .r.. ,* t .. 123 E. Call St. uSTARKEFIOJUiA

Prudence M. Dyal was held Sunday Cowen Quarter (S% of NK>4), and the !' 1 .
: home in celebration-of the Mrs. Richard Carter was hon- Southeast Quarter (SKJ4), all in 5 F < M
Aug; 17, at the Santa Fe Lake occasion. ; Section 23 : the West Quarter (W>,4) i
f.. ored at two stork showers, in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack F. of Section 24 ; the North Quarterof
past week. Northeast Quarter (N% of NE
Miller.A Janet Nichols, who was eight On 'k) of Section 26; also any.portiOn
Wednesday ,
evening Aug.
picnic luncheon was enjoyed old on Saturday, celebratedthe of the lands described by Deed Recorded -
years. 13, :Mrs. Inman Green, Mrs. Nelson in Deed Book 71 'at Page ...
by'.} 48 members of the families of occasion with. a, on her ,
party ,
Jones, Mrs. J. R. Kelly, and 1S3 and 184 thereof the Public Re- ;1r ft d:
Trilby Df al. Gainesville Mrs. Ruby lawn for 20 little friends. cords of ,said County hjeh is not
Britt Ocala, Lee Dyal, Ocala, Irvin Mrs. Peggy Shaller entertainedfor ,1i..r..dt'd'n' th -' above described
The I
youngsters enjoyed games Mrs. Carter at the Shaper lands, also Southwest' Quarter' of
Dyal Graham, Elmer Stokes, and refreshments and were given : .Southeast Quarter (SWt of SE1,4' : &
home on E Adkins street. iTVtAt I
Gainesville, Mrs. Neta Dyal, favors of marble to the boys'and of Section 14, except' the'North 363 1ilY :
The refreshment table was love- feet thereof alt jn Township 8 1P
Stoke and Mrs. Essie Wasdm, '
to the
jump ropes girls. ly with a linen cutwork cloth and South Range 22 East and containing
Waldo.A Mrs. V. A. Nichols was assisted '' 459 acres, more or less situate,
centered with a fan-shaped' arrangement ,
short business session was lying and being JB County of Bradford c
by Patty Kay Lyon.
of pink gladioli asters and State of Florida .
and it to hold the S ,
held was agreed Only the right title, and Interest -

reunion annually on the first Sunday : Mrs. Drew Reddish entertainedat and pompoms. The crystal punch of M. T. and' Frances U Gordon in .. .- .. ,
bowl was placed at one end of the and to the property will be offered 'S '-" by ,
in August'at the Miller place a !birthday party Saturday aft- for sale.: .
I table, and ,silver compotes heM "
on Santa Fe Lake. ernoon ,on their lawn for,her son, The terms of-payment will be Cashor .
cakes, mints and nuts. Mrs. Jim its equivalent. '
Stan who was celebrating his :
Browq Godwin. the State Farm 'i. .
(District Director : .
third anniversary, Internal. r.
presided at the punch bowl.. Revenue) ," A
I The 11 little "
Df\8" guests enjoyed I Invited to call between eight and By H. E. Fisher : fk
and refreshments of birth- (Revenue Officer) ..', I ;,( "
Fl-: games nine o'clock were, 55 guests. .
TARKE I and and I I_,,..,._ r 1/11/. h .
day cake, punch candy, .:1> ", :" .... .,' .
la The '
CireuLtC4efLet.tb.EighthJudicial t..' ,0' 'r--
I 11
were given favors of dolls to the > '
Tuesday evening a lovely shower Circuit of the State of :-
SUN:, NON\ TUES. girls and, shovels'to the boys and was' giver for :Mrs. Carter toy Florida; i* and rllr' Bradford : ySa
Fri., Sat. Aug. 22, 23 bubble gum. Mrs. :Morris Carter, Jimmy;Gaskin Mid-State Ceonlf I Investment Chancery Corporation,

DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs. Reddish was assisted ,by and. Mrs. Arthur Gaskins at A Florida Corporation, vp ,
her mother, Mrs. W. H. Edwards Plaintiff, : ,:.A'4.
Pillars Of The the home of the latter on Road ". '
Sky and sister, Mrs. W. R. Royster .of 225J; Lawtey. Freddie Bell and vs.Emma Lou Bell, his '.-. 1 l,
Jeff Chandler, Dorothy Malone Jacksonville Arrangements of wife .
summer flowers Defendants ,, ::
AND were used to decorate the N .,l-486 : I

Flames pT the Islancjs HOSPITAL ADMISSIONSThe partY'I'rooms' for the occasion. Notice NOTICE is hereby ort given: MALE, pursuant to '.;'J. F .

Yvonne De'Carlo Games were played during inns evening a Final Decree of Foreclosure dated ., iw a Rl. \
were ad- and Aug. 14,. 1958, and"entered' ia Chan- "
Color Car following patients prizes were awarded to k .
9 and
Plus Serial Chap.
the winners.Approximately cery Case No. 12-486 'of' the Circuit T :
mitted Bradford. County Hospital y 9
toon Court of the Eighth Judicial Circuitin O o I IC
durMg last week: Lydia Marie 80 guests' were ,and for Bradford County, Florida. .! u
wherein Mid-State Investment Cor- "
invited to this
Aug. 24, 25, 26 Mitchell of Raiford Dorothy L. : delightful affair. poration; is plaintiff, and Freddie Bell ti k V v p s ;
and Emma' Lou Bell, B
his wife, ate
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Lizenbee, Rose M. Albury on Pen- defendants I, Charles A. Darby, 4 a r J.
Clerk of the Circuit Court, ,will sell
ney Farms, Evelyn Virginia Star- Rotarians Discuss to the highest and best bidder for r. P'l

HORROR! ling of Middleburg.! ., Cornelia Ann cash, at: the South front door of the 3
Meaning, Of Club', Bradford County Courthouse in
William Prince Jim Backus Padgett of Lawtey, Peggy Jean Starke Bradford'" County, Florida, .
AND For New Members. within' the legal hours of sale on.the3rd1 l
Hedgecock, Wiley Morgan Bradley -
Day of September 1958, the following IL

Hells Five Hours of Hampton Jimmy Ray Rob- Talks on "What Rotary. ,has in the- described Final Decree property to-wit as :set"forth.. 4,+t"t as'

Stephen McKally, Coleen Gray erts of Middleburg, Sylvia Hagan meant to me"' were given by: three ; Starting at a point ia the,Town of
for Children members of the Starke Club Wednesday I. Lawtey and running East from :
Plus Color Cartoon
and of
Helen Jean Misner Hamp the railroad track 100- feet thence Ti''
as part oft the program South from Lake Avenue 513 feet I 5i
Wed.. Thur. -Aug. 27, 28 ton.Also welcoming two new members. Joe to a point of beginning. Thencerunning .
-: LUlie Mae Griffis of Law- East and at right anglesto p : SIHHiM
and .S. L. .
DOUBLE FEATURE Peek Jr.. to the said railroad'.21 fr feet, thenceSouth ,
Mae Adams of Doctors -
tey, organization. and parallel with said railroad -
The Beast of .
Budapest Inlet, Constance Ella Tyson of Kai- 100 feet thence West and at :'
Gerald Milton John Hoyt :Discussing Rotary, past .and right angles-with said railroad 210 Now you can enjoy Effortless f Typing
ford Betty Ann Conner, Glenda present, were two charter, mem- feet, thence North and parallel >t",

AND Fay Green Ronnie Mitchell Pig bers of the Starke Club, Q. H. with said of 'railroad, 100 said feet land to the With beautiful letters time,
point beginning ) lying: :V:: : i "print-perfect" every
The Bride and the ott Idell Edna Roberts of Middle- Nasworthy and E. L Matthews.A. and being in Section, 23,,Township., .-. .. .. : .< ,
J. Thomas Sr. told of 5 South, Range'22 East Also described .','
the I
Beast burg, and James A. Sullivan. service as Lot, 24 East Lawtey Never before has it been so easy and so much fun to type With the new Snutb-
to the
community, state, and Florida, and, containing one-half '
Lance Fuller Charlotte Austin Colored admission was Lance nation that is accomplished acre more or' less. ., <\.: ':; Corona Electric Portable a gentle touch of tie keys and electricity takes the work

Plus Color (Cartoon..ferC.l. Eu'banks. through Rotary channels. (OFFICIAL Dated this, SEAL 14 day) of August. 1958. j : ._ : off your hands quickly quietly and effortlessly. You finish typing feeling.as

-- --- The program was in charge of si Charles. Darby. 1 :' : fresh and relaxed as when you began. And no matter how you striW the'keys I.

Freeman Register Jr. Clerk of the Circuit Court.It 8-21 : : every character prints with the same sharp uniform impression. Just think of the

In, ThelCirrslti I-Court Of The Eighth .., 'J new pride you will take in your personal correspoadence! You owe it to yourself

JadlcUl Circuit Of The Slate Of 'to see and try the revolutionary new Smith-Corona Electric_ Portable today.
Florida. In And For Bradford Comatj. -
U. Treasury Department Internal Ia Chancery.MidState : tC2 jt I. !
Revenue1 t Service Investment Corporation. ,. hnq.+f yn.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION a Florida Corporation.

August SALE 18, 1958 Plaintiff va .AwL ta. .pib

Pursuant to authority contained in Robert Green, a single person, and '
Section 6331 of the Internal Revenue Ellen Holmes, his mother, a single .
Code the following described
property person! ,
has .
seised for
nonpayment of Defendant.. 1S
Big delinquent. Internal revenue taxes'due f 'Ice-12.52? .- N' '

-' 5...: r Even with the many new features on the Smith-Corona''Electric
Portable it's and '.
typewriter, amazingly compact easy to carry. And

F-R-E-E.: 6 ;4 } it comes with its own luxurious "Holiday" carrying case. ..

coming ,,

up? "We Eliminat the Middleman's\ Profit
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... --,.-... ., I u'J-J 6uadaj..8TJRSl'i ot l\. ;: :. Qutt(1)JUnUl. .U h JfOTICK, INVITATION FOR BIDS I' building, to a iiu" 11I'at ; .. ,i-. ....
mati-ruls' tontn t a aei' 'air s'-4.'e "
f ( Newscmfc.mere M a c.j '"-\11\Wt."" To furnkh a 1. Iab"r and -
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.! I btiabcr blln i'lb tt-:1U.t'tkbdl4d :> to'move all existing ,buildings .In tion comp.ete out of block uproperty. .l1al..ct .
day in Miami. Ped ..; lttd j & County l Tf taSuSB.lom& vt District connection with the Service Station! .
James Sullivan underwent minor u : [ TwocP iIeIeeed.' l'lrem.se' tegteu.eiertlQus ,I JI at Stark State Farmer Market, in- ':I For details'write L. H. Lewis. Director ,
Miami Mr5Lakeazi4.1ap4 1'IM"' t.o. Ir.6.iUf1\\.eg\. .!, 1!.c chiding the 6" x 1%' concrete block of State Markets, liox.. 1191 or
surgery' in Bradford County Mr- anMra'AWtV hHWe rMerv4 e tv !It-.iQlP r\ ."' & ,H ; building,' concrete I'labrrtak lift '.! I.hon" Cnress3169.. Winter Haven, -
Hospital on Tuesday. ,..J' 14.eff'l4lhw.tUb: c! 4Jf.- 4 and concrete around lift and wooden {!: Haven Fla.
: #c ..; 1 M JMri'auq I. t; ".j1! ,a vl ",itl.liIU' tQOO Lit ws I, service station including rest rooms. FU., 9
Mrs. Fred, Guy daughter Jane, i tlWiiw k"'Ollib4l.e8t.. ,, Jer $t ote electrical etc.: and canopy. Area 14 811: 2t 8J28
THE NEWS : : I "p.rdJ'lf ,,' 4.. It >oouatyia' ,
... and son Jimmy of Gainesvilleare Routr2.4arc! h vebeeQ nqti- Lwhi1e.T.ue: voksaadsupissoe t t
-qI spending two weeks with h' i l 11A $. "i'fjJ&tbe' .IY''PPI'Mia'ed..1t. .1 II "
.. _r24ili1florence ..._ ... Mrs'f tied r! thopnixerty oo,. i"" .i'; --.\. \ UraU'f1): ., J
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: A. Z. Adkins at Kingsley "
4 -.1 that t 1'1nri 4 h","" L 't9 k : l'i"-' Week-end ? -
\ ... WI\I' ,. t'f.!! Big coming up
:Jennings returned -]r Mr. and Mrs. J. Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. W.' D. -Thomas' placLa14 -t t.j FO. COV\TY coIM1ss1Otia i :
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Saturday from> a two weeks were in Fairfield on Sunday visiting and Mr. and Mrs., Elton Smith r wtl, .. >li t''ni.'hli: f,mnv,f ., c\". L < "< -4akeu t" s lWNthO"novinclnff .1 +.. .
cruise' tothe West Indies. i Mr. and Mrs. S. .E.!; Mack. and families will attend the all days J \\'Fom ; '? as County iu !je4;djuUcyvf miJSiffllt'r: .reelection UlP'rk" VOTE FOR

Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Flippin Steve Denmark is visiting his day picnic of the Liberty National tbe r OA\'If. W1mMtil rTwos .tit UM pci!ary "el I, ttono BILE SWEAT ,

and children of Nashville, Tenn. grandmother, Mrs. E. S. Morris,i iI Life.Insurance Co. at Strickland's I Mr.4: ,; Mr5eiW1terretuqied.1q J : .l\r$>!ep the\i J.feoardn' 'My-,will years i1t{ epseiencebe'kaluable, in FOR CHIEF OF POLICE

areuest of Mr. and Mrs: Ko&DieSnauef1 : i I in' Pompano Beach this week. I Landing on Saturday. L .6lln1er4ng ke i aJDtS"tt.Uatsr I : During, the time of my law enforcement .
( iye t. j Work with! the Pnlii-o FW>.
r,. thecoutn4 aRiasMlugjoumst.wie
atUne iJale! cottage at 1 r. and Mrs. E. C. Burton of I Mr. and 'Mrs.. M. L: Godwin ofl afteii4jng,0enth,1 J it I i. 'i'J1I' .!... : alotI-l!,liartnient and-the Sheriffs-"Depart-

Klngsley. Lake, this. week. I Itlanta., Ga. spent last week with Gainesville were visiting j Orla d lijo..I.IhaJj..:atwUII e- ". ,went of the ('Ity of Starke. 1 feel
I I I j !Me t: a1 \*dvic t:4B4lccvase4'( 01 my_,friends .uke I am fu\ qualified for the Job. I 6
Mr.-fand, Mrs. W. B. :Sewell::; returned -! Irs. Alice Anderson. I daughter Mrs. James Sullivan ". aadj'Bhau etLlwibuiithypowos ,I; am running for this office strictly 'A A ADON'T

home Saturday from their :Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Dowling on Wednesday.! don.: M ie nreserv f to-carry LL, Ut taw:isles--to. ?j jTVd %,.tie ;l4n nii" own, and I am n(t obligatedtp
I isrs'-o4: raJA 'tke p.tOlt : any certain: one. Only to the
sufnrifer home in Little JSwitzerlandN. and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dowling I Miss Martha Rosier of Bruns .i axn1i q GJRMl'I .,n oilR3Y44: ..; ...:it.ItA.- : l Voters of the City: of Starke.

{ C. The earlier part ot of Jacksonville were last Wednes- wick. Ga. and :Miss Betty Gilmore '..J" I1 q e t r ." Lt ) "'WtLo. \ I I I have lived in Starke all of my it

the 'summer. Mrs. Sewell' and Mrs. day visitors of Dr. and Mrs. VV.: of Dublin; Ga.:, BHS instructors, r \\er$ ,,: :tf )UvisitiP. A, : { .&. O.l'NT".!e JI1USSto.3UsaltII i 1 fe,Church.and, am I a am member a veteran of the of Chritti World- *
R. F. Demorest
were touring I I DlST'IC't T"'O
E. Middleton.
are renting the Tyus upstairs Vat II and
have served with' the
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Europe for six weeks. While in tlI1'@r Mt4! t tL1JLE it 1 h \; .JJ'\b\ft m d.t tarke Police Department about eight
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith and apartment ,at 509 Center: street.:: for CounU"iifuW1si; '
Europe they spent two weeks with < fears steady. During IS months of
family are on a three weeks' tour Mrs. Ralph Co* and daughters SRN; MUSIC (North $tarkelsubj.t't--tds.! hat time* I ser\'ed.as Assistant Chief. ..
the Sewell's daughter, Miss Vir- of the West, into Mexico and CaliI ST q treist MWAug. '\-d,"-'" o|'.Uw'-Toters.tB'th: 'Dem.xti lbo> anyone who wishes can March
Cynthia Priscilla Live
gini .!"Sewell, who is Service Club 'l' *rltlt'it' ek'te4'tQ:"'tllils. 'l'e.pon-: '1y record during the time of my law
I fornia. Oak were visiting Mrs. D., L. il- .q'H\SG. \ ,,$St.4'bne.woj '1 I.iII1e' effk .T wauls Uto"*!**' miuwr.H : ;< nf<'rcement work. I worked 10
director at Dachua Kaserne, near
cox ;! 3" \\:,hbt. th .beet'74tfeltsf: a,, IIeaessiv''MI2inp.rtIa1 ; .onths. as Chief Deputy for the
Munich. Germany. Mrs. Sewell Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hixon of on Wednesday. ri1' ladjniejgtratktt<< >F the].$heriff's DepartmenU .

and.. Mrs. Demorest returned to Starke and Mrs. C. W. Frazier ot i, Don Mathis of Cecil Field was I 'MA M yme 1. Toomef arid affofre t.t fifrmy i..hoiIJ,jtlstrtef:'Ybue'vttadruep9111 and tbeouwiya If elected to this, post I will serve

30. St. Petersburg spent the weekend visiting his aunt C. A. dauger ,, '. *he people of tile City of Starke with
the-States on July Mrs.. t F-u .rn'; l. 'kone&ty, fairness, and impartiality
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Young and at New Port Richey. !.I Knight. on Tuesday.Ida and F hUdrezave. t\I1 :, ;, .1,4 10.\l1f; to Fi'h T..Ewtlt 1rt.f; 'Lawson:it=,,\ j Your vote and support will be
Kathleen Sommers of Ocala Lou' Plummer returned'to alter 1I greatly appreciated. .
weeks in War-
daughter spent two AI PtJX II I'of{; '
I l n'.l1. o'n ('t) "( -.Q.1 T Your friend.
Ten Ind with their aunt. spent the" weekend with Janet her home in Atlanta, Ga. and Chicago HI. DISTRICT POtR: Riley Sweat FORGET

Mrs. Marie McDavid and daugn-, Nichols. Tuesday after six weeks' visit onj Mr. and Mrs. E. M. C, Quimby- for I am County announcing Commissioner my' :candidacy, DistrictNo.

ter. Anne, were weekend guests Mrs. L. R. Gooding and Mrs. J. her uncle and aunt. Mr. and m. of Roanoke/ Va. are visiting 4.- and I &m rim Bin? solely for

of Mrs;' (cDavld's mother. Mrs. J. Tplbert'and daughter, Donna, of M- F. Hazen. tier parents Mr. 'and. Mrs.. C. L. .,] Bradford the interest County.of all 1 ara the not people running of ION: 1

T. D. Dyal., Charleston, S. C. were last week Bill Grisbaum of Gainesville Scholl, this week. i for any.. 'The individual or group o 1( BAT UBS. ERVKSTINE' DENMARK- COKE :
ptopl : only pr&mise' that 8TQXB
Mrs. Effie Johns has had as recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Davis spent several days last week withhij I make .
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Hollingswoiih will is that I111 serve all WIL-'UU. fROENULEG1RSHELLIF .
gnest5Mr. and Mrs. Roy grandparents Mr. and Mrs. I the peppje of the County to the \.- HALL t
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and Laurens
Jim of
son, ,
I .' best of my ability and that 1 will J U'iiOIWjN.: : t .. .
Smith "oTTampa. Mrs. Randolph Mr. and Mrs. Robert Judd and ].I. M. Morgan, while his parents S. C. were visiting Mrs., Annie. be fair .honest, faithful impartialand I CHARLES HARDYC.

Crosby, :and Mrs. Henry Carter of son, Robert Earl, of the Raiford were vacationing at .Daytona; Hollingsworth the past IWQ weeks. just to'C' all the people of. the W. COLSOX' ,
Maxville,. !yjd Mrs. F. A. Webb and road have moved to Jacksonville.Mr. Beach. : ALBERT FOSTER :-
Janet and 'Jane Hardy were visiting a.Jam, a member of the Mason's, In Testimony whereof I hereunto
Mrs. T. A. 'Jackson of Hawthorne. and Mrs. D. E. Championand Mrs W. H. Edwards ot Jacksonville their grandmother, Mrs. U.W Eastern Star< !Shrine. Elks Amer- bscrib 'my nam i and c\use' the, '"MX" Si A 0141Uiba4bI I'Nd. iO4H i55 tNt coeA-COU ee._.
:can Legion and the First Baptist
'JlmTChasteen and children Seal of Said Town! to be ; hereunto i
family were vacationing at spent the weekend with Mr. ,Barry, in Brooker last J'riday! Chu4c,1kot ta.lke.: affixed this '
theth. of ,
spent last>week with her mother, their cottage on Hall Lake the and Mrs. Drew Reddish and fam- and Saturday: Your vot$ and support. will, be A. D, 1938.XOFKICIAL. day August 'I BoHled under'authority of The Coca-Cola Company by

Mrs. JL.L. Br wnlee and family at two ily. On the Reddishes greatly. appreelated.LAVERN SEALWILLIAM >
past weeks. Saturday Mr. and i Mrs. Gilbert Goldwireand H. QUTLAW. -
St. Augustine'- Beach. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Jr. also had as visitors Mr. and Mrs.: sons, Ray and MiKe Miss .Margaret FOR, COCVFYCOMMISSIONER- ATTEST. : ', : 'Starke Coca-Cola Bottling, Company.
nd: Mrs. T. A. Yawn Jr. < "
Judge CARL
: W. R. and children of JOHNS"CARt.
and family visiteS Mr. and Mrs. Rose Duncan ,and George I DISTRICT FOUR r-
and family are returning today To riends and voters of "
from two 'weeks' tour of Wash- Robert Drake and family near Jacksonville.Mrs. Patten Jr. spent the weekend: at B'radford niy County: : Aug 8, 15, 22, 29.. Se&t.! 5, 1958

Keystone Heights on Sunday.Mr. Carrie Woods and grandchildren Daytona BeachMr .. I 'hereby announce for re-election ..
ingtonvj: 1;?., C., the New England!; I I to the Board of County Commissioners -
states;"add Canada. They visiteddXwn's : and Mrs. Billy D nsby and Porter and Mary Jane'Harrison. i ?! O. L. .,Haynes :Sr.::; 'and from District Vonr.. : HavIng Re-Elect' !

enroute. family of Jacksonville: were :Sunday ::; of Savannah Ga. and granddaughter, Hope Holiday, are served on your board for s veraJ .. NOTICE TO DEFEND ...
parents of Mr. and Mrs. H. Mrs. Gladys Pricher of ..PlantCity in Fairburn, Ga.. for week yeats/'It has given me the experience !. Circuit C.irt. Bradford Commtr. ,
visitors : a visiting aad I feel that.l am qualified Florid.,"'!.'Cb ,nrer7.-
9" O. Dansby.Mr. were- weekend guests of.-Mr. .Mr.. and Mrs. H. L. McLarjn. for the job. Iy you vote for and Mary.. T.1 Smithson" plamtiff. ., Id-
Mrs. Ewell Lawson. Mr.: support m0, I111 strive without. ward'Smithson.Defendant.. YOUR CITY COUNCILMAN
Jim is FAIR and Mrs. N. 'S. Dankel and and. > and Mrs. ,L. D.Gree1 adft tiring: In '-my:jefforts' to doa good Case, No. 12-618
; Fair family: spent' the past three weeks Rev. and Mrs. Darrel Sanford family reunion" at theic ,home;on job. as I have tried to do in the, Notice Te Appeart
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ANNAPOLIS qrsd. COM1AT v.P.eii at Fernandina Beach. and three sons of Cherryvale! Kas. Tuesday 'aad 'WeoVicssday.House'I past.- JESSIE Thanks. R. CHASTAIN. To: Edward Smithson, whose resident -

''$B.V..f, UfJfaFair Dr.. farrio IUT ink fAIR.. ,ITlRLlNG n u"n.--2 Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Eppersonand are. spending two weeks with Rev. guests were Mr. -ai4i4rs. L. P.; I leu:e' and are! address hereby.notified is: :l'nkoown.<< .that a Ii D"MJftl! 1 1 17 rLI-I- :

YOURfriend family were vacationing at and Mrs. J, B. Mabry, Jr.. and Dees of Raleigh N. C. Mrs. Irene A POLITICAL suit for divorce I

[ is the Thomas cottage on Kingsley I family. Rev. Sanford ,will conduct Johns of Green Cove Springs: I ANNOUNCEMENTDear .I above has been named filed Court against and you cause In and the I .J\qllyal I. '

who 9tt'' SMu wh.lHU" Lake Ute past two weeks. the revival at the Madison street ] Mrs. D. J. Clark ,of Tampa and Friends: you, are required serve a copy 4111Lj I

HONEST: church next week. Mrs. Henrietta Hunt, and Mrs.'c.: of your answer or pleading to the ,
Charlie Cowen is home after Baptist : l I wish to. announce that I am acandidate' complaint, the Plaintiff's Attorney

attending eight weeks school on Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martinez Pi; Williams of,9' ajke. "" : for ,City Councilnwi :Jcseph K. ,Skipper.; ?2J,Florida" GROUP TWO' 'f

a fellowship from National Science visited S..N. Brown who iscriti, Miss June Harding 01 Atlanta, Group 2. I was born and raised Title Building, Jacksonville 2, Fla.,
and file the original In the otficeof
Foundation at, Converse College, cally ill in St. Vincent's hospital Ga. will spend the weekend with in Starke, am 32 years old, mar the Clerk. of the Circuit Court,on trrs Ar 4rrsrr.-rss.Ss ssssjsrsspsrrjrsgssasA ..,

Spartanburg S. C. en;, Tuesday. her parents, -Mr. and...Mrs.; 1',, 15.Hardingr. ried to 'the former Jeneva Mc- or before thp"X' day' or September

Mr. and ,:Mrs.' H. H. Houston, Mrs.. George A. Gerhart and : A Ateer.of Tampa,-Florida, and the said 1858; Complaint otherwise nUl the' allegations be .taken. .as ot Young Man with Ideas and

'FloridaTHEATRE Kr.: and Mr L. F. Dinkins, and daughter Shirley of Norris, Term i t Randy. ,Pass of Tallahassee is father of two' sons, aged 3 and confessed This goUc by you.snait oe" puDllsdect- .

Bob Smith spent last week fish- spent the weekend with Mr. and staying with the Inman; Greens; ) 7.f'I am a graduate; of'Bradford once t'ach'wl'ek for four consecutive for BIGGER.and ..
;ng: at'' Horseshoe.Mr. Mrs. .M. H. Sheppard. and! brother Gene Pass,'is staying': High 'School the University of wee-ks in the'Bradford County Programs a

.and Mrs. 'R. W. Denicke and with the L. EL- Greens while their f Telegraph.! ,
'Mr. and Mrs. George Bishop, florid a School of Pharmacy and Dated this 14 of ,August 1958. I
family of Decatur, Ga. were week- III of Charlottsville, Va! are visiting mother, Mrs. Elise Passt.. .con1 the United States Treasury Agent (OFFICIAL dar BETTER Starke f. "
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. her. parents Mr., and Mrs. fined in a hpspitaj in Tallahassee. I Sctyo\! WashingtouP. C. I am Clerk of the Circuit Court. ,-

CKapman. Lynda Chapman returned Lex Green this week. Flip..Graham. .Jin.xny.,B.lack- aveteran, of World War n, having By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy C'erk: rrs.ssp -_ ...
to Decatur with them for shear are ,at Camp 'Wee.d at 8-21 It 9-11 rsrsssss.-ssee. tSSSSS4SSSSS4sa j
Mr., and Mrs. stanley.McCall served in the, Ajr Fqrce and: am:,'

SATURDAY AUG. 23 two weeks visit. of Pompano Beach were overnight rabelle,for two weeks. -I a, member of, the Elk's Club: the HE BELIEVES -. ;

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Bobby Johnson returned to his guests Monday of. Mr. .andMrs. .,,Mrs. H. G. Gish and son. Dana, Rctairj? C lub'and Ameripan Legion.At : XOTICE
home in Tahlequah, Okla. on Tuesday of. Murray, Ky., .spending the Ten farmers have been nominatedto : .-
j after a months visit with his Jesse New!Orne. I weekend; with 'her'sister..,' ..Mrs.Seeder the present ,time,: I am the fill five positions on' the Bradford S We should have a City Manager r 6rlir-

FORflINE.sTu&L i uncle and aunt,. .\ .-gt. and Mrs. \'urn Harris, manager of the Goodman a.nd family. ow.r. and,..paer.ator of .Flynn's: servation County Agricultural Committee.Stabilization' The ten names Con- ector of Utilities for Starke.

Jack: Clement Florida Theatre entered a hospital Mrs.. Lillie. 'S. Lewis '.of. Apopka. prI:; 'Sce a.n .?.s, 11 retail ,mernterested by the nominating committee are.
in Atlanta or Sunday .for In'til Chester Andrews, Clyde Cone N. J.
\ chit 'I-i: Vjlt
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Mrs. John P. Jones and children is visiting her s'ona d family Mr. Dai'is, Ed Durban, Wade Ga.skms. G We should proceed with the develop.
JUBAL. have'returned to their home observation and treatment.; and Mrs. James Lewis, for two ,weUa.re1] ,ig\ 'pr9ges.' our Clyde Hall, E. L. Kelly, James Rosier. -

in Batavia. 111. after spending the Mrs. George, Huggin.s and chil-Zoo weeks., city." At:ttyg Umje, when\ the.cities Ballots. Felix wIll Sapp be and mailed J. B.to Whitehead.all farmers ment of the City and County Recreation -
ONSMA5COP6t dren visited the Jacksonville i of our state V? i owtag: .,, at the
past month with her parents, Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Frank Eaton and in the County August 26th 'and
.TtOWIKOtOt on Wednesday. son. Vernon Eaton and children, i fastest rat? ta. their l history, I feel rauht be returned by September 8th Departments 6
aid Mrs. A. C. Dowling at the Bennett and Iris to the ASC office in gtarke, accordlug ,-
i Marsha Kay Starke is definitely falling
State Farm, and her sister, Mrs.C Debra and Mike, of FQu e, Ark. !I to Mildred Sapp County,: Office We
should continue with the
'dIf 'And in Lynn Boree of Jacksonville are spent Thursday to Tuesday with behjnd, Witt I% more.. PROGRESSIVE Manager. Three regular and two program
| and family
Starke.R. Scoggins. visiting their grandmothert Mrs. Mr.and ) rs..!* N. P keriJg. 'mePickerings administratjan of our pity tile alternate Committee.members will be elected to of Economical Expansion of City Utilities .

b. I G.. H. ,Bennett and son Stanley entertained at: a. fish. :gbyernpjen i. I; feel that ,Stark The nominating committee S. R.
Mrs. M. W. Lance is visiting this week. 'get'a'greater' share Marco, RJeigh: and Services. .
Bennett fry supper for. their ,guests last an of thenew Conner and A. H.
her daughter Mrs. Billy Burbank I, Harley Jr. were very careful to select
Mr. and Mrs. Riley Wasdin and Friday evening.tev. 'Citizens i industry that 10
who is confined in the University : 1 an4 men who would serve in th? interest I
daughter! ,Linda, were vacationing find Mrs. L. D. Haines and aje. mbying to, Florida each of better agrlcwture in our 0 G G
Hospital in Birmingham.- Ala. last. week in Miami, Key West David; in. Altamote' X county. They urge that you carefully
son,I are ] month. ;elieYe that PUT .c.ity; review the names, vote for the five

.j TlrE OF INTENTION TO and Daytona Beach. Springs th i w ek. ..; i government, along with Qur county -' of your choice and return your" bal Your Vote and Support are SINCERELY
KEOSTER FICTITIOUS NAME Mr.. and Mrs. Earl B. Searing Mr..and Mrs., J. H. Ritch have. .'government, htjuld spearhead lot before the deadlhne date.
Notice. is.hereby given that the un- : .2t8l28WANTED
defklgned under the provisions of and family spent last weekendin been :visiting Mr. and "'Mrs. Hamilton the v.t9 'o taini new .indiistiry t Solicited and will be Greatly

_;I Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida, Acts Lakeland with Mrs, R. B.: Trask Ritch, at. Johnson_ J._ ,__ tpastyo_ :_ fpr 'our arei: which will help. us Clean APPRECIATEDPd.
01 19U, will register with the Clerkof uotjon Rags,
the Circuit Court. in and'for Brad- and son,. George W. Trask and 'weeks. uild',a greater and more. pros: I No Pants No Shirts, Must I

ford County.. Florida ucon.receipt of family., Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones and prpusfvturefor\! :; .Starke..,! earn- Clean. Bradford Bf.
proof of publication of this notice. the Mrs. Eustis daughter, Sandra and Mr. and' County Tel. Pol. Adv.
Mr. and McKnightand ( )
trillions name of Semin"(le' Ranch under .e t1 Iy'solicit y PHI], support;' :'and_ vote graph. .
whkh, we are engaged in business family 'have as their guests Mrs. Roy Wiogate; of; Jacksonville in," th cqmipj' ejection.George : ..
1L. at IU. 3. Box 71-A. tarke. Florida.Kenneth this week Mrs. A. A. Peck of Jacksonville spent last week,at tile, 'utc4! cot- "'B :Plynn. .Jr .
L. James and.V. JL. Smith. .
Rt. 2. Box 71-A Starke, Fla. owners. and Richard Langston tage, on Kingsley Lake. "".. '' .' (Id. Pot Adv.1 NEW FORD CARS & TRUCKS- A-l USED CARS & TRUCKS
)Dated this *5th day of July, .AD. and Tommy Underwood of Lub- t>r. and Mrs: C.Naftel and .
rius Color Cartoon 1957: at Starke, Bradford County, family( Biriningiim, Al*. are FOB CITY '('o.ni l >
Florida.' 73l| 4tp 8121: Texas. v C
u____ ___ spending two<<, weeks. at:the Mundyttag GiiitVL' --4 O B

Sun., Mon. Aug. 24, 25TARZAN'S .,at ingsley 1 Lake. THE IHfmt. ""I" .. 'fl.'" 0.. ,

t Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cox of Jacksonville UI.... U tr .. -
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FIGHT aM fLORIDA COUNTIES Beach were weekend QnalificatloBi and Barkfrenad T E2 V with Clyde Terwillegar and Jimmy Rowe a'

FOR LIFE guests of Mr. and Mrs.: Guy'Sal .

-, L : : :' :- ...1 -' ."" ... .... -:; Mr. and ''Mrs. S. W. Reed and 1. the My public.business' meeting' and serving ,. :. TODAY volume sales and low overhead -

IN TECHNICOLOR family of Tampa were visiting I 2. ,!':an\8. Floridian. ., "TI

Starring Plus Landon Scott "VOLUS1ACOUNTY over Mrs. the'weekend.Sarah Hunter. and- family" 3.5.4.. V Homeowner Family eraa.man' in' Starke" Florida.. c o 'make it possible to ,sell for less. Buy [ _

Color Mrs. W. T. Jackson and children Ii. Racio Station, Manager (WRGR) s 0a' -

: \Tr'51 spent Sunday to Wednesdayat 8. Methodist'Community Church organizations: new: qnl qiq hundreds of Dollars!

Tues., Wed. Aug. 26. 27 County Seat.Deland, Spring Lake. Elks Lodge'American o CO 1. t. .C ",
DOUBLE FEATURE LI_ Mr. and Mrs. James Harrell'and Chamberof Commerce =e eI

family of 1302 Pratt street have Junior Chamber Commerce.

moved to .Gainesville!! where .Mr. I
Harrell;is operator of a..Gulf Service _$!TARKt .
{ ""AI'" 011l :,__ __ p station. i 1.. : M with Harold' Davis for your genuine Ford !
To'e<>operate in modernization of 4/
-r ,Penny. Hollingsworth spent thepast : our street and highways.. .
PijSTiEEr< .- two weeks with .Mr. and Mrs.J. :. To stimulate more youth Hubs, 8 parts needs. '
\ 'keepinr'! eur children active.
l !L L"I L. Hair and daughter. Ann,,in 3." Ta work diligently with our beautIfication :,i i

'4 Lake City. organizations to' keep 'our c
: clean'and ..
and Mrs. E. E. Cellon of city appealing.
4 Mr. co
YALE mttR-bATHOII! fIAZE GWJ' 4. To work ,tovar4 attracting! : more X4a
Gainesville were Saturday visitorsOf industry to our -rommiintty therefore -

..1 MORRWR. s A8BY DAlTON. .. The earliest recorded seHfers in YolusTa were Pta. Mrs. Annie Hollingswprth 'provid\nl' more employment for
,Hun-m' wUiNU Mi ilDH| g-
with Herman and John Gilliam
our citizen and doing .tfcis on a Hodges
_,,t1 1 ftaIDr k...11I_..... chcn"friars vho established a mission on the Atlantic i !sound, business'basis. c

"' Coast_ In '1537. The ruins of these bifldns eM b semt ca .v "1
AND aYe POLITICAL ,)IV_ .BIXIUXG,>CITIZENS.t'C OBLIGATION: ,- TO OUR'- .. when your car needs special attention by M*

Even l before Ih fofflMfTan is a comfy fa I8H .Vofesia ANNOUNCEMENTS. To comply, to the best of my ability : factory-trained mechanics. 3D
: Hverbbat traffic with the needs and wants of our
frf.L was a fairly wel populated area. The -- ciiy.'asit work"with deligtnce in'Crtlet .

'on the ,St. Johns"used Del nd Landing 'as pasteagec" FOB FAIR AXD IMPARTIAL to make a bigger, and: better communIty .>'m M=

and supply depot The date's oldest College of Law at LAW EXFOBCEMEXT STARKE.- A V.i MORE'.." -PROGRESSIVE c "',,' aq

,Stetson was founded 1883 by Henry'DeUod, I1wasnQtendQwedosskwscJ1oah1ifl99QbyJO1liL 9 PLEASE VQTE FOR{ AND ELECT" p aa"
'FOB'TOt'R CUr-QFt'OLICE $ Stehon. '': SEPTEMBER. 5. 1 11
: \ 'Ben Holtsendorf was 'recommended .! .
:Plus Color Cartoon In progressive Yotusla County, t\d frog id AOfIo by Mayor W. 'T'Jackson tor the City ] ,. !coo:J
Council to act. as Chief of Poljce effective NT5c E OF ELEnIO ANY CAR MAKE OR MODEL
Ida the United'States Brewers foundation work constantly pie date that Chief! Tljprntonretired. I. William T. Jackson. Mayor of t -
to the salt of beer and ale under pleasant. This recomrnendafiod was papi' Starke: Florida, by virtue of the I"
'tffcur. Fri. Aug. 28, 29 assure proved una.nimously'by'tbe. entire IISCounU authority vested in me by Law. do o '
orderly conditions: Believing that strict law. l\ oreement bcm- bX call an1 Election to be held'at *-t 0
the EM Holtxendorf has 'strited to Im- tna Fire Station In the aforesaid Town
the best-interest of the of Florida =
'serves people prove the standards of the Police,Pe- by.<|ualCed voters on Tuesday. gepU
ACROSS THEEVERGLADES t 'F und hon ,tress s"dose cooperation wHk th. Armed partment in nil respects. He believes i iI 'ember, 1958, for the 'purpose of (

forces: ; !jaw enforcement and governing officials jo )Us I iH prqmptn in law enforcement., conrtesy: and* "efficiency f '1 :elAAiAg"tbe 0\K CHIEF following T Of. POLICE.'offk-erst-fOR (2U 0

: continuing "self-regulation" program. It elected to this Important pogiHoa i ONE TEA' ".- T Motors
to "
I Ben H'oltzPlldorf'win" continue to GAOl"" 1. i Terwillegar S1
serve the City in the same 'manner ONE ALDERMAN FOB TWO
'U: jl Gipsy Rose Lee' and Chri*. ; the future as in the pattUn.law I<"" 13P
"* j&MQs a& l!' CROcF
Piwnmcr t. "bt '
Fojciesty. Courtesy, Efficiency.; .
Also Color. (Cartoon. p BEVERAGE : 'e 7i4aThi.. liD for and elect Ben Holtzendorf' ,', YI'Altio: : is.GOr'.lit. ; Q
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I Joyce and Marry, Rothhammer Hook 'N LinsBarnhUTs
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DuPont Staff Party Duplicate_ Bridge Results I lt.,! t...i 41. L. ..r4.. ..:,.._...'._..", .. AAAAAAAA.u..AA.AAAA4 3 Fishing Camp reports
.. that.
I First place was won at the' c. : '; good bass catches have been
Mrs. W.
Sikes. former
Members of the staff of the Du Har-
game on Monday evening by Mrs. ):,. z 'g coming in, among them O. E.
Pont Company were entertained .',.- ,:.. .. riet Jackson and her two chil- 11
.. .. Riley of Jacksonville, with 3 lb.
at a dinner dance on Thursday Logsdon and Louis Kyle. Tyingfor { .., ;, dren of Orlando are vacationing a
second place ,were Mr. and A;' ,. tass. Harold E. Smith of Gaines-
with her
evening at the Officer's Club at 1.yk 't. --I' .c." mother, Mrs. Harry
Mrs. Zee Tollcs and Mrs. Tcny 9'0: .:." '. .. -...> ". Vine with 9 bass, two of which
Jackson. Sr., and brother
and dancing and sis-
Dinner .
Camp Blanding. Baker with Mrs. Mathewson. ID",.,. .", >;'). .... ;; weighed 6 lbs each. Woody Ogle-
.. ter-in-law
enjoyed the patio. tiJIIII t::. ?. Mr. and Mrs. Harry (
on .
were "r .... '. t.c c.:. ... :.. tree from Melbourne
: caught 5,
Duplicate players are invited to I. .' "
4 ;
their wives 'W < Jackson: Jr. and their
Staff members and ... .. son.
were invited to the affair.Ctnd'1 join the group on,Monday evenings ; / .." ",' '. '. 't. ,:.. 1 '1IIft- ./, "\_ "' ',.:. .,1 Mrs. Morris B. Storer and son. r' I the top weight being 3 lbs. George
Newberg of Jacksonville
i at 7:30 at the Woman's Club i :. ; ) Tcmmy spent a week vacationing
Scales Has Party House.Dr. ff'i .. .' 5 bass of good size.
\ "' .. in Georgia. They'enjoyed the ..
Little Miss Cindy Scales cele- Frank Slaughter -, \ ,:. .. sights, which included beautiful -. The four cabins at BarnhUl's
brated her fourth birthday on Made Honorary RotarianAt < I were occupied this week by the
mountains'and waterfalls.Mr. ff
' Monday August 11,.at her home. O\ :
me meeting of the Keystone and Mrs.' Ford Hensley are following guests. L. L. Thoman
Thirty-five young friends were Heights Rotary Club on Friday, 'j'O'; : spending tbeir vacation in West and family of Jacksonville AaronH.
invited to share the occasion. A. : Brown Jr., Mr. and Mrs.
August: 15, Dr. Frank Slaughter, Virginia visiting: friends and rela-
birthday cake, featuring the pop- George Newberg, Joe Tyler and
a long-time summer resident of ; tives. They 'were accompanied by
ular western theme with cowboys Keystone Heights, and frequentand ; their niece 'and' nephew Hazel son. Mr. and Mrs. Batvinis and
and Indians, furnished the center -
popular speaker at the Rotary and Marshall Roberson childrenof family Mr. and Mrs. Andy Granger -
of interest at the refreshment ..
.r'U and family all these
Club, was: presented an honorary. ,Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roberson. coming
table. The guests enjoyed games .
membership in the Club. President i The Womens Society of the I down from Jacksonville.
and each went fishing and each Al Watson introduced Al Nelson Methodist Church met Wednesday Leigh M. Pearsall Lake Geneva furnished the

brought his hook up with a prize former District Governor, as "our .'' "A"". morning. M1s.? A. J. Witherspoonwas largest fish reported Rutledge's
attached. roving ambassador" Nelson in ..--.- ."... ;_:. """ "'.... .. hostess tat a covered dish HIS HOBBY Fishing Camp reporting a 9 lb.

turn introduced Dr. Frank mt dinner. bass and an 8'2 Ib. bass caughtby

Slaughter to the group and pre- Melrose Fire Department Has 'Old/ Reliable' AlarmNot The Melrose residents are very Growing Mrs. Margaret Wilson. She

sented him with an honorary sorry to see Mrs. Ralph Pearsall Giving used' shiners for bait. Mrs. Wilson,

/ membership pin. every town can boast an truck that still does yeoman ser- that can be heard all over townin and daughter-Mrs. Dorthy Sculley a teacher at Paxcn High Schoolin
Dr. Slaughter, well known author auxiliary fire alarm system, especially vice 'in the Melrose area. Stepping the event of power failure or and her sons, Bob and John, leave Jacksonville, enjoys the relaxation -
and resident of Jacksonville, one as picturesque as the aboard is Henry O. Williams, other mechanical difficulties. Melrose. They left last weekendfor Away Palm TreesCol. of fishing here in Keystone
has( added to his already long list! old locomotive rim, shown above, president of the volunteer fire- The 250-gallon LaFrance pumper New Jersey, but aren't sure Heights. Ed Fallin also brought ina

EVERYTHING YOU of published novels his latest which is now "retired," but still man's association.The is chain-driven and the department where they ..will live,up North. nice bass, weighing 9 lb. 2 oz.
hangs proudly in front of the heavy iron rim .is not justa also has an auxiliary Mr. and Mrs. Dick'Logsdon are Melrose Leigh loves Morgan Florida,Pearsall of Bobby Hall caught an 8 lb. bass.
NEED Melrose Fire Dep 11ment, ready relic of the past preserved for pump mounted on a trailer for back after ''a vacation in the especially I All together this spells out a good
LIVE BAIT BOATS KEYSTONEJEWELERS for use in case of emergency. sentimental reasons by the Melrose lakeside use. Smokey Mountains, where they Melrose and Lake Santa Fe because week end at Rutledge's with

COTTAGES Swinging a piece of iron to firemen. Although a modern About a dozen Melrose businessmen spent a week/camping out. They he wants Florida to look weather and con itions favorable.
sound the alarm is Fire Chief enjoyed their ,trip and also the like Florida he raises palms and Chris Koch has had recent ad-
RUTLEDGE'S Expert: Watch Repairing Marvin Odom! while Harry Huff- electric siren now summons volunteers are members of the volun- company of six or eight bears. has given about 30,000 of them a- ventures, including a battle witha
teer organization, and business
I Quality Line Jewelry in case of need, the old O. Robinson large turtle, and the captureof
1 Mi. South of KeystoneOn man, secretary-treasurer. of the affairs of the department are Mrs. T. 'was givena way.As
Route 100 I Walter M. Muhlhofer department, is' behind the wheel railroad iron is still on stand-by handled by a board of directors surprise birthday party by some he tells the story, two little a large garfish.

t of the ancient LaFrance fire I basis, ready to sound a loud alarm ___ composed of__ _Melrose,______ residents._______n__ of her .relatives. It was at the scrawny cabbage palms that he GRAHAM
home of Mrs. E. V. Stinert and saw when he first came to FlorIda -
DEPARTMENT STORE "Daybreak." A copy of this book! Australia after having spent a NOTICE TO VETERANSIN the guests included Mrs. E. M. started him on his palm BAPTIST CHURCH

KEYSTONE a in the library of the Woman's year in the United States, and KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ,AREA Robinson, Mrs. 'W.. O. Preston, raising project. Believing that Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morn
Men's, Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes Club, as are copies of most of his serving the St. Anne's Episcopal Mrs. Maude Robinson and Mrs. ing' Worship, 11 a. m. Training
books. Church here. The table was cen- All veterans in the Keystone Walter Brinson. Melrose should be a year round Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor-

SPORTS WEAR.A SPECIALTY News Of The Churches tered with a cake decorated with Heights area are especially invited Mrs. John N. Webb and daughter garden, and his home on Lake ship, 7:30: p. nt- Rev. W. O.
First Baptist miniature figures representing the to all meetings of American [Continued On Next Page Collins, Sr., pastor.
Miss Jane Webb, left Tuesday -
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner Circles of the WMU met at the minister and his wife. The table Legion Post 56 on the second and for Jacksonville. They will ....

Church on Tuesday at 10 a. m. was lighted with candles. Sixteen fourth Tuesday, nights in each spend a couple of days with Mrs.
Circles meeting separately first, guests enjoyed the affair at the month, Post Commander Harry Webb's sister, Mrs. Sara Beck.
Paint followed by the WMU general Hardenbergh home. Rabb announced this week. The leave
I S Lumber Hardware They will all together to
The Nell Circle, '
6UIUHN6SUPPUES Cement Concrete Blocks Mrs.meeting.Fred Ellis chairman Pierce, was led Cmdr. and Mrs. Ray Chance metings are held at 8 p. m. in the drive to Gallatine, Tenn. There
had as their guests for three days Legion home on. N. Temple Ave. they will attend ,the wedding of
in the opening prayer by Mrs. "
Precast U Lintels Cora Marshburn. Mrs. ,Fred Mul- last week Cmdr. and Mrs. H. L. in Starke. Rabb said that Post Mrs. Webb's nephew: Jane will
Carpenter, who were on their be a bridesmaid, in the'wedding.
All Lengths ling, program chairman drew her 56 has an increasing number of :
Major and'Mrs. E; R. Simmons
to their home in Chicago
material from the Service. way
members in the Keystone area'and' family Pare visiting his par-
Lighting Fixtures 7 Closing prayer- was. by Mrs.. Roy after a visit in south Florida. and would. like to have more. {Continne r Chasteen. Keystone Heights teenagers en-
Ear-** ROY W. TYRE The Fay Taylor Circle, Mrs. J. joyed two parties last week one
D. Payton, chairman, was led in a
at the home of Miss Connie
I prayer by Mrs. Payton, who pre-
BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSEPhone sided at the business meeting. Knight and one at the LaMee A

I Mrs. Stella Stanley led program. home.
2741 Keystone Heights, Fla. Mrs. Ted Oglesby closed the meet bills
i ing with prayer. COMMUNITY CHURCH OF pay How About A New Bike For That
The WMU meeting ,programwas h'
-- LAKE FRONT SPECIALS -- I under the direction of Mrs. Rev. J. Russell Young, Minister h'wltheas Boy or Girl?
Roy Chasteen the subject "Some Dr. James D. Pait, Organist,
White Sand Lake A Good Investment Barred Doors." Taking part were Choir Director.
Mrs. Payton, Mrs. C. T. Parker, Services: Church School 9 a.
LOTS AT $1250 Mrs. Chasteen and Mrs. Hazel I SIR!

Fallin. The devotional, taken St. William's Catholic. Chapel .
i These lots are easily reached, require little clearing and, from Philemon, 'was led by Mrs.J. Keystone Heights eWESTERN

next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958"S. was. R.led Smith.by Mrs.,The J.closing D. Loudon.prayer A Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m.

Holyday Mass at 700: a, m.
covered dish luncheon followedthe
a4 Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m.
i E. M KAY REALTOR meeting.
Confessions before all Masses.
The State Mission Program will Baptisms, marriaees and instructions "It's so much easier to write a check mail it, and

Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209 be prayer emphasized on September with a 9 season and 10.of by appointment.ST. let the postman 1I deliver it Rain or shine, I pay by FLYER BIKE

I Community Church
Mrs. W. J. Grolick has been BANKING HOURS Mon. thru Thurs.
named Chairman of the, bake CHURCHThe WITH PURCHASE OF THIS BIG, NEW

goods sale to be )held; by the Com- Rev. Allan Batt, Minister. 9:00 A.M. 2:00 P.M. SENSATIONAL HOTPOINT 2-DOOR

t Prescription Service munity Church Women on Saturday Sunday Service: 9:00: a. m. DRIVE-IN WINDOW Mon thru Thurs.

J! August 30 at the space Parish Night Supper: First 9:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M.
next to the Post Office. Assistingher Thursdays. 6:30: p. m.
As Near You As Your Telephone- will be the Circle chairmen, FRIDAYS 9:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M. FreezerRefrigerator

Hetherington Mrs. Sara McDon- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLAJ.

n (Day) 2161 (Night) 2281 ald Mickle Mrs.and S. E.Mrs.McKay David Mrs.Nelson.Henry R. Smith, pastor. Ralph THE KEYSTONE STATE .BANK 12 CU. FT.
Copeland Minister of Music and
SODA FOUNTAIN The first meeting of the Fall church organist. A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community (

!season will be held September Services: Sunday School 9:45a. : Keystone Heights, Fla.
Toiletries Sundries <-- Beach Supplies 2 in the Educational Building, at. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m Member F.D.I.C. ,
which time a resume will be givenof
Training Union, 6:45: p. m. Even- _s
DRUG STORELawrence the Meeting of the United ..
BELOTE ing services 7:30 p m. ,
Church Women at Fort Lauderdale .
$3 Weekly
in May. NEW RIVER -----------------Q----
Boulevard After trade (
St. Anne's Episcopal BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday morning '9:00: a. m. age)
August 24, will see the first service Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship t ft KEEP or Small
in the not yet, completed Hour 11 a. m. Evening.Serve = I Down Payment
Elect sanctuary of St. 'Annes Episcopal 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eaa
4 Church here. The service will Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. I
also be a parting one for Rev. .. t FLOYD I I. I L1rrnt -

Allan Batt and congregation, as: =rrr
LOUISE G. SMITHMrs. Mr. Batt leaves shortly for I Two Separate

Australia KeynotesMrs LEE'S DRIVE-IN I GNANNI E Refrigerating Systems

( Claude H. Smith) Nell Grayson had as net THEATRE
guests last week Mr: and Mrs. A p AUTOMATIC

FORASSESSOR L Smith and children Danny,, Phone 4113 YOUR !i. --r--J DEFROS.TINGTHIS .
Barbara, Pamela and Gary, oiCincinnatti. fto I

They were enroutt Keystone Heights, Fla. r; YsY %d FREE BICYCLE PREMIUM GOOD
OF TAXES to their home following a.visit to 1 i Y Ai I 6w CLAY COUNTY

St. PeterSburg.Mr. Fri? Sat. Aug. 22, 23 = i WITH FIRST 5 SOLD:
and Mrs. Dubert Hartlej -
and 'daughter Diane, are visitIng CATTLE EMPIREWith
.' in Arkadelphia. Ark., and Joel McCrea il L So Hurry, Hurry, Hurry -- Come In or
Gulfport, Miss. -.They'eXPeCt tc Y

." be in their new home in Cedai: Call 9391REDFEARN'S
Sun., Mon., Tues. L
Hills Estates, Jacksonville, upor ::1 FOR
24 25 26
their return. Mrs. Hartley is Mrs ,

EXERCISE YOUR CHOICEOF Grayson's Mr. and daughter.Mrs. .Fred Ellis had asFREDERICK! 10 NORTH Ii4 i FAIR AND EQUAL ASSESSMENT

PUBLIC OFFICIALS their guests for ,the week

Ellis' nephew and family, Mr. anc Gary Cooper, SuzI Palmer
Mrs. Ellis Touchton of Jackson HONEST SINCERE CAPABLE

; Your Vote and Support' Wi//;// Be ville.Mr Wed., Thur. Aug. 29,30; II
i and Mrs. N. Watson Bar Phone 9391 Keystone Heights, Fla.
Appreciated; on Sept. 9thPd. denbergh were hosts on Saturda; PLUNDER ROADWith I Your Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated

evening for a farewell'dinner hon Gene Raymond, Where Service Is Assured

( Pol. Adv.) Bring the Reverend Allan (Pd. PoL Adv.)' .
Batt and Mrs. Batt who aril] c:- ..I.II
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Lee.Mrs. Visitors of the H. M. McRaes I here. waii. They have been spendingthe that his New Cotton
plants in- the York
Mr. and Mrs. Hank Register of Ida Padgett of are regularly years on
Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. Bry is visiting her son, Earl and- Friday m1t of lilf leeet were r Th'e Eafl Cannons, E3; Wilkin last couple of months with spected. Exchange, h? made Melrose: : his
Mr. and Mrs. Zack Myrick and sons and Junior Wilkinsons her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
ant Reddish on Friday evening. family this week. I enjoyed W. Mentally and physically activeat permanent home. In fact through

dl SLra. Joyce T. retch JLrs.: J. O, Po.ns.and children rOf'ailahasee Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williams sons Zackie and Bobby of Winter I a Sunday outing at Strickland's Boyd. Mr, Boyd has not been feel- 84, he.does,much of the work him, several members,of hiS family
Hayen Mr. and'Mrs. Robert My- Landing last toohell; but w are home.
Sunday. lately, happyto area .
visiting / also have made this
art the Red-, and son, Donnie of Like City I around the grounds and the three
4. A A dishes this week. were Silpd4f guests Of, tfe H, E. rltJf and children, Kathy, and There have been several partiesin hear he is home: and improv- acre nursery. He has a keen Interest Mrs. Pearsall said that every
ThursdayInight Billy t, and mother Mrs. Sue My the communities lately. Mrs. ing. and tree the
shrub, plant t. even
Mrs. T. L. Wainwright and and Friday Priest family in Florida history and In-
James, were in Jacksonville son.on guests of Miss Elizabeth_ Terry. Mr. ajjd Mr RayTfl ndWil? rick Birthday of Starke.Celebration Harry Mrs.Padgett Ernest, Mrs. J. D. Padgettand We are happy to welcome Mr.I dian lore, learning of the old local towering magnolias, on their

Sunday morning to see Doc Wain- were Mrs. G. W. Durham and Hams formerly of Jacksonville. Padgett had one and Mrs. Russell Keener and names of places, such as the fact grounds,, was either raised or deg
A delightful birthday celebration each recently and this ThursdayMrs. children Linda, Kathy, Terry, and J or woods by
wright: who has been a patient Freddy Griffin of Jacksonville, are string with. Mrs L. H., HiU that Melrose was once called up from the swamp
was enjoyed at the home of John North and Grace Pad- Lissa, back to Melrose for a weeks
ad Mrs. C. E. Strickland of Ga I'esvtn }- at her home here. I. I her husband.
in St.'Vincent's Hospital for : "Bananna", and the origin of the
soletime. -- I M.' wild Mrs. t. A. Ottafjr: oil| gett plan[ to entertain. vi; ttoU. TMfeytfffl i1sii{ have i some
We pray that his conditionwill The W. J. Green family, who name of Swindell's Kitchen.It Florida, especially Melrose,
$ )
: / Saturday, afternoon in'v honor Of Kiss Sandra HoUimafi of Pa- frIends i lend i t their vacation with
Mr. J. E. Warren Is ill at his Col. Pear-
have than
been living in the late greater booster
in the that
greatly improve in the near Jim elin. was early 1900's no
tKetf ferigdi& 14" i{ fast i) wee l They are
Mri 'e Mr. and
home. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Warren Margie Sue oa Rer : 'WitlL t ; the area Is
Mcore house although
future. have moved to the f the colonel came to Melrose first sall and
'lrlh fifrfhtfay annive iS ry". ihcIIDdreii w. .If.}ails and MrsKeJfcjy ,M..,xander !wochndren.
and daughter of Jacksonville, I State Farm. .. 4AI--L JOAbUta9ft.. XVUaadjars beautiful Dame Nature
r rffiil just to spend the winter. When
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kemp and : it!# d, l;fIma oih ib R.Hpnjma fclm'l; Bqth families th'eirhome
and ; f him.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie from
Bradley "assist"
their three children of Port Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomaswere tor in Texas he retired, after more than 501 has had a big
and family of Kingsley Lake visit in lawn, wail afterward; were served her and i Saturday night Hotiston. Mr. .
Knox. Ky., were recent guests of Jacksonville on Sundayfor let creatf And cake iff $:e hostesses and! Sunday" "h'I. Keener is the son i of Mrs. k. L.
ed CM Warrens
Floyd's father W. C. Kemp. on Saturday. a visit with Mr. and Mrs., Mrs t. A. Crosby Mrl. JactUMexnflf > I- O V U ,, __ Keener.Mrs .
; '
Mrs. Martha Bales and Mrs. aust 1? rre ? T
Mac sneer
McKinney and to bring Donald ., ,
- Mrs. Bryant Reddish and Ray, !Mac Wells motored to Chat- and Diann home after they ,, >Mis: >Helen: Cro'sby'apcfMri 1*J ilc,..t..**sail,. 1\e (**fm-I VT S t r. *"***** t d. Wf Fountain, Mr. indrs.4.JoKf PAUL'S SUNDRIES'1irn .
were visitors to Jacksonville on tahoecliee on Sunday, where they had been visiting relatives'' in l"iorence CfosbV. Mafiie: sVe Harvey_. MtPherspn enjoyed( a } ii.( Massey a'pd i son John

Wednesday. Ray, who received his were met by Mr. and Mrs Ernest Jacksonville this week. receive many nice m, useful r rpres (slum', at. Strickland's Landing" 'ro Jrt and ..Miss tjerl wheeHs, have Melrose Where Friends Meet
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Bachelors. Degree from tae University ti' afternoon. spent mOst of thesaininer fishing I
WeDs of Ala.
Mobile who brought Mr. and Mrs. James Waters

a member of Florida of the Lee in June High, will School be Misses Slartte and Jackie Bates, and family, the Mitchell Brown .:.un..i.......n.lj? ';R..j s,; 1r n Sig gird' is\s" thin| this This and swimming week they on Will, Lake leave wi to Iilot.go FOUNTAIN RENTAL LIBRARY MAGAZINES

who had been visiting them that family Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise week inJac43QmrflIe. attending i
faculty this winter. far to come home with Mrs. Bales and sons, the Donald Bennett the school i for the Cafeteria1man- back to their home in Columbus,

Mrs. Ray Akers and son of and Mrs. Wells. family John Brown and daughter MAXYftL tigers t.;: .. Gar Mr.. in& TArs Robert Pearsall ALL TYPES OF INSURANCEWe
Birmingham, Ala., are visiting School opened for the teachersof and V. R. Ferguson > .-ttfe Na2a
were a- >nv Mtx and MrsLJr. nd two children from
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley if! iiL it if f3a 6ft: their $ I write Fire Wind Storm all lines of Casualty Insurance -
.,. the county on Monday morn- mong those in Doctors Inlet on : o n aniS hiMren, and Mr. Greenwich, Conn, are guests of ,
Bowen. Ing. We pill have three new Sunday afternoon to see our LiilllllllllJlll Jl11111w. ana JTii; Mrs.il'* J. DParris h and? Jam-- his mother Mrs. Male Pearsall.j and Bonds.

Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Tatum and teachers this year; Mrs. Cecilia Lawtey boys play baseball. nY!Silent Sunday at Flakier Beach ,
... Mr. Pearsall and children hadspent
family are vacationing in Texas-- Rhodes* Mr, Paul Canova and Mrs. Coleman Phillips of Miamiis ano Mri :Prank WellnluaenMi .,._' Mr. an4] Mrs.; BotJ. Nolan.The tree weeks here, before Mr. SPESIAL RATES TO DRIVERS ,ABLE TO QUALIFY

' Okla. and Arkansas. Bruce Rosen. Students will begin visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. J. a d'hiidien' i eeentiy spat sedi fibtf Nolan spentthe- ) past.. PearsaH Joined (them. AS NON-DRINKERS
- Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett had school on Tuesday Sept. 2nd. Phillips and family. era' daYS- itt hielra' it each' with S1 nd u Iii jjk'jjyjjj- with relatives t ,

-as guests during the weekend Mr Mrs. Joyce Flitch and Mrs. -.. aftf, % J, Z' Heath. and fitsaQy: Priiii. .. w elltiap5eIl &ndciii1dren Mary. .
and Mrs. A. C. Arpen of Dins- Mary Reddish were Friday dinner IT.T..TTTTmyyw.TnyTPINE fattfly. While :'ttteire "e1 visited:' : ,visited1' <>-O! in Starke" fast Gail and Glen of Atlantaare
more. of Mrs. Lu Norman and theWalter PaVnes1 i in1 Ft. ia'udef- ; PHONE"
guests Fridaywitfi.:. Mrand Mrs. L. Eo AVAILABLE AS YOUR
her brother and sis-
' Rev. and Mrs. Lonnle Parker Miss Sandra Mosley at Heilbronn. LEVEL dale slid(?the EH&? i ambl i in1 B'opu- oliiison and family. ter-i i-law yisittaf Mr. ant Francis

and daughter of Brooker' were Mr. and Mrs. Fate Redd and ton. AW.,'. vislfca1 witji' h&sbrotlier $& WiHie Harris, had' fo be* D. Chiappinnt, t and Mrs.family i Also Phone 2731 Keystone Heights, Fla.

Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and family of Macon. Ga. spent last ;. Henry. in Verb Beach. (mi? to"I
Mrs. IL M, McRaeALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Jacksonville doctor: for guest of the Chiappfnnis some
Mrs. Arthur Pearce. Parker Rise Maij'r U1'iij f int Defray
Rev. week,with her parents Mr. and
I treatment last Tuesday. friends, Mr. and Mrs. Baily Mc-
filled the pulpit at the First Baptist Mrs. O. J, Phillips. for a week and Johnny Heath Last Wednesday' night Mr. and Cracken and sons, Robby and ( WELL DRILLING Pumos Service
Church for both services. Mr. and Mrs..Ed OToole. Miss came home with the Wellhausens. _
Mrs. Claude
We had a good attendance' at Green Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy. Jimmy has spent most of &
Mr. and Mrs. Everitt Burney of i Cheri and Johnny Redgrave of Well, the summer season is
Sunday School and 'church last I I Joe Lucas and family, Mr. and the summer visiting the Chiap- TERMS AVAILABLE
Jacksonville visited Mrs. Georgia I:Los Angeles, Cat- returned home Sunday morning. One member just about over, school will beginon Mrs. Kelley Mize and family Mr. pinnis. -
" Ann Sapp on Saturday Mrs. Tuesday. Sept. 2. Everycpe'seems
after vacation
" on Thursday, a came forward for Baptism. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown and The Peanut Boil, given by Mr.
Emma Crews of:Wauehula visited spent with her parents J Mr. and .MI'. and Mrs. L. L. Conner of to be getting anxious for' family. and Mr and Mrs. Franklin Ray Ford at the Melrose Public Prompt Service Free Estimates.
Mrs. Sapp on Thursday. Mrs. O. J. Anders. it to begin. We'at Manville are "
Starke were dinner guests of Mr. Bell and, family enjoyed a Dock Saturday night was a suc-
. Mr. and Mrs Arlie Dobbs and Miss Mary Ann. Motes of.Jacksonville looking forward to the''' portable'c
? and Mrs. W. C.- Conner. weiner roast at Hampton Lake. cess. It was enjoyed by many
Mrs. Willie; Dobbs had as guests spent Saturday with-her Mr. and Mrs. Billy Godbolt and ool tuildjng ,which'sh uld be' On Sunday the same gang, along youngsters and adults alike. All RALPH E. MATHEWS
during the weekend Mr. and Mrs. brought from, Whitehouse
.. grandmother, Mrs. Effie Miner. over
children and H. C. Godbolt and with Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Wilkin- who went would like to thank Mr.
Burner Dobbs, Cecil Dobbs Mr. Prank Wells and this week. The Sunday School attendance -
Mr. and Mrs. ,daughter, Ann all of Lak landwere pn; and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ford for being so thoughtful.Got P. 0. Box 528 Melrose, Fla.
and Mrs. Kenneth Dobbs, and is the upward
daughter arrive Sunday from oq swing
on visitors of Mr. and Mrs. O. Warren, and.. Mr., and. Mrs. Fred some news? Drop us a card.
Misses Shirley and Pat Dobbs of Leesburg- to' stay until Wednes- gain iio'; that"everyone is Clark of PHONE GR 5-5101
C. Cason Sunday. Jacksonville, went back Our address: Joyce and Margy
Jacksonville. day with Mrs. Miner. Miss Judy Sue Cason of Jack- through vacationing. to the lake for: a picnic oqti'lg. Rothhammer; Melrose, Florida.
* Miss Bettie Gaskins of Jacksonville Misses Enza and Arthurine sonville also spent the weekend Last Friday night a nice' group Mrs. Joe Lucas entertained
spent the. weekend with her Blanchard left Saturday for a of' young people'enjoyed a birthday
here with her this'month with Growing
parents. a birthday Giving
" parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gas- vacation in Virginia and North Mrs. Roberta Lamb of Ona is party for Miss Becky Higdon get-together for her son, Gary, G-E APPLIANCES -- RADIO & T.V.
Away Palm Trees
at. her home.
Carolina. spending a few days here with who was'10 years old,on' thVstli. Sales and Service
Wayne Massey of Fort Stewart Mr. and Mrs Joe Shufford and The Teenagers have. started
r her sister Mrs. H. H. Lewis. and her daughter. Susan, who was (Continued from Page 6)
Ga.. was the weekend guest of his family of St. Augustine visited t.he1r. club again with the new officers 5 PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTINGJacuzzi
H. H. Lewis spent part of last y'ears.old, on the 16th. ,
\ parents, Mr. and Mrs. A E. Mas- Mrs. John Shuford and Dave this week with relatives at Lake being Patty Parrish, president Clif and' Michael Slade of, ,Santa Fe dcmo' tratce; &J.'j it 1

** sey.Mr. weekend. Geneva. : Billy Nolan vice president Hampton are spending this week can be, he first bought palms. Home Water Systems ,

and Mrs. Walter Wilkison Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Miss Betty Conner of Starke ; Shirley Wilkinson secre- with the Joe Lucas family. When they seeded he started to WELL DRILLING 2 TO 4 IN.Phuinbinga.

were weekend guests of Mr. and sons spent Sunday afternoon with was dinner guest of'Miss Yvonne tary: and Bobby Nolan, treasurer. We are glad'that Mrs. Oscar raise his own, the first in turpentine -

Mrs. Cecil Dobbs in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Whiteheadand Conner Sunday.. These young people meet every Wilkinson is better after a' recent cups. Soon' hp was supplyingthe
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.Bradley family at Kingsley Lake. Friday night at the Manville Civic illness. surrounding area. fi1ANN Co.

. and Mr, Willie Griffis Mrs. Jewell Royal of< Tampa, Mrs. A. J. Fender, and daugh- Club with the hopes of having aTeenTown" Miss Debbie Phillips has been a How he'"got into the nursery .

_ during, the week were Mrs. Les and Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville ter, Geraldine and son; James there, since, there patient in the HoSPital business" is an amusing story.

Prevail1 and children, and Miss and' Mr and Mrs. Billy, visited Mr. and Mrs. R.fast L Battenof I are no other activities for the' Jacksonville for Baptist couple of weeks in i I Knowing of his generosity with Box 353 Melrose, Fla. Ph. GR 5.2563

Blanche Monds, of the State Tor de- and SOft of Gainesville Theressa, Friday of week, young people. It is bad'on the under observation and seems to his palms, a wealthy man, who .

Farm Mrs. Dot Griffjs of New were visiting at the home of Mr. The A, J. Fender family: were mall town people not to have any be improving, we are glad to re- later became a good friend, sent

Fiver and. Carton Griffis of Mrs. Fred Moore during the week. recent visitors to( Lakeland: Ga. form of entertainment; close by. ef large truck' to'pick up a load. "Insurance Is Our Business1
, where they, visited M', Fender's We are to learn that Mrs. pm'Mrs. Only
- Highland; Rev. Sanford Mayo carried the sorry R. ,R. Kilgor and family, Col. Pearsall had not figured on
*'.? Mr. and Mist G. W. Roberts members of the Intermediate M. grandfather, 'M., K. Kirkland. Polly Griffis has been seriouslyill Shirley.Higginbotham! and Alvin giving palms away by the truck

*- spent, the weekend with. Mrs. Y.,F. to the Lake for a swimming and his aunt, Mrs. Arley Fender.' [ at her home here and do wish Padgett enjoyed"swimming'' ,at load to a man who could well afford W'E'W'RITE ALL FORMS.

Pau!! \'Torode at Kingsley"Latee. patty on Saturday afternoon. Last, week tSey Visited Mr. Fend her a speedy recove y. Kingsley Beach Sunday. to buy his own, so he charged OFINSURANCEREYNOLDS

Mrs Marv Reddish was the Mrs. H, E; Priest assisted by- er's mother Mrs. Lillie.Smithand Bobby Nolan is somewhat Improved Mrs. Bob Roberson and Mrs. him a modest price, That was

Sunday ewst of Mr. and Mrs. L. Misses Karen Lee and Lorraine his brother-in-law and'sister, Mr. this week after a severe Paul Garrett and children of agreeable to the millionaire but

a., W BaWwfn in Starke. Priest entertained the Primary and Mrs. Billy Fender of Orlando. fever several days last week Jacksonville visited with Mr. and shortly' after that Col. Pearsall

* Miss Vireinia! end Jimmy Saup Class of the Methodist Sunday Visitors and dinner guests of caused from abscessed 'teettr. Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and.family received a letter from the' Florida

N of Miami, pre visit! ins their grandparents School with a weiner roast at the H. M. McRaes Sunday were Mrs. 'J. A.::Heath and son, Jerry Tuesday. Mrs. H. R. Kilgore Plant Board stating that his INSURANCE AGENCYPHONES

Mr; and Mrs. Arthur the Priest home on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Jackson and daughter Delray Bead} and'Mrs. Blanche made I ar birthday, cake for little I I nursery came under their jurisdiction -

Pearce afternoon. Those enjoying this Sue. Mr. and' Mrs. Owen Alvarez Lamb of Beynton spelt last'Wed Darlene Garrett who was celebrating -' since he sold. plants. Now,

... Mr. !and Mrs. Arlie Dohbs visited lovely! affair were Brenda Jones all of Starke, and Mr. and nesday:night with, Mwand'Mrs.$ ? her birthday :TuesdayMrs. I although not a commercial grower Office 2-142 Home 2701

Mr D--'bb's! brother. Frank Jn. theho..cnitalin Judy Whitehead Randy Harley, Mrs. A. F. Hall and daughters, Di- Frank Wellhausenr and famIly.' Eunice and son, Billy, and' he is very proud of the designation !- Keystone Heights, Fla.

lAtke Butler on Satur- Irene and Iris Hart, and John anne and Delores of:Jacksonville. Mrs. Mary Wellhausen'and iMrs.Willie ., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lee and Mr. I of "nurseryman", and .

t w'":!:*._wwwmoiiE." $.,.)M. 'w".''';Alf( I j..>,>1.9. .% .!V'MJWj', -, -"- ----. ;: ........_: '. '-" '...M'_ Harris spent last' Sunday and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson and family -
: r'M".r J>1 ,' <:i. l''X: ,,;.: tP y"". :!:t:%. 'U t. ?t'Itti.f' )..[. ; 'i'-- :;' ilt> ""' _+t, with the Frank Wellhausens. of Jacksonville visited Mr. and -

,. ,-"-, l"%: Mr. and Mrs.' Gilbert Browii, Mrs. Drew, Wilkinson over the I

. ,- f IE and family moved into their neW weekend and all, of'them attended

ioP: in town' on countr, '. aTHEBIGGESTBARGAIN 'i home recently and celebrated the Holiness Camp Meeting Ser- "
10 ** with a big barbecue. They' also vices in the Tabernacle at Glen IE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE
:' had another barbecue lat Sat-
- ; St. Mary .
:: urday night and had a nice crowdof Mrs. Ed< Harris and family Mrs.

wA. ',.1. friends with them. Ralph'Silas and family and, Mrs:
.... ----,- -- -- We are glad that" Bob Carter's Gussie .Wilkinson' of Jacksonville THAT %WE ARE NOW Af HOME

foot seems to be improving after spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs I
IN'VOURUDGETi wounding it recently while cleaning
J. C. Nolan and family.
a rifle. Mrs. Mary Wellhausen spent

1, ,Henry several Carter weeks has visit returned with froma his last' Thursday and Friday with' IN OUR NEW HEADQUARTERS IN STARK

< &5. '0, her granddaughter, Mrs. Ben Hig-
.. .,..,.:-- ,' -..---'..-. =:. '''' ..-. .,.....>t.W son-in-law and daughter, ginbotham1 and ''family.Mrs. .
y ,,. t;, "'; Il 'VI. ; "" 'y.r .o'< tI
i ': -- ...; ;.&: ....... .' l" >" .. "i ,n and Mrs. Bob McClung, in Park- Ben Higginbotham enter-

RK !ifi ersburg, W. Va. tained Tuesday afternoon with a -. ---

,.;. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Padgett ,
i Sunday School party for the Beginojf's -

5 ...,,, To-get this'job!done better, easier :3 r son gett,of have Mr.recently and Mrs.moved Harry to Max-Pad-: Baptist! Church Class of at the the Maxville Church. ,

-. Land at a l lower cost than before J) *....ro ville from Jacksonville.Mrs. Games were played and home '
:. Minnie Miller Mrs. Ola 'made_ ice cream and cake servedto

call on your faithful I $ Hooks and Cathy Hooks have returned -I about' 15 children. She was assisted -
\ to their home in Miami
i electric servant, Reddy Kilowatt t! t tThis i,. after a vacation trip to the mountains In serving by Mrs. J. D. .
Harris and
Bell Mrs. Leon Mrs. I ..J
\ t 'and stopped for a visit with ; v.
; world-champion "wired hand"performa Henry Griffis.
,.r C \ the C. B. Nolans on the way there" :
and back. They and the Nolans)
a more.than 3QQ jobs Oil > ;t .
enjoyed an all day outing. at MELROSEContinued -

the modern farm providing iBgsley-E ->Beach while! they._ 'ere ; Q

p more profitable production, '' 10i'E I >b61Wt&4l! : 'I ; i'CE jts TrdYi'S.bIB ( from Page 1) TRAILER SALES _

Nodes la given: that: the unaeJignl ents Mr. and Mrs. 6 If
processing packing R. F. Sim THE NEW
'S tp ," under the' provisions pf:, Chapter Stewart Gardner
y t 30 S53 Laws of Florida,Acts_ of 94l, mons. They will leave Monday to z
and preserving f iill"'register-'with the 'Clerk 'of: the go to their home in Fort Bragg: I : f Southwestern Luxor Landor /
Circuit Court; la"'and:; for Bradford I ,
... t County,'Florida, upon:! 'receipt proof i Mr. and Mrs. George E. Evans
w f of'publication of 'this notice, the are happy to have their niece,I I 11 5 aratoga :
flctitous name 'of Gem' Jewelry under
+ 4 I t sa which *e 'are engaged in pus- Mrs. Margaret Hill spending her *, SERVICE BEYOND SALE /Jf
?=CljaE5S2aatt2cJ near atr toe East':Calf St:', Starke, ;vacation with them. '

B kAt f fI BtoridaJ' Mr:'and; Mrs. N.' L. W, Odb nr. C2( II I Mr. and Mrs. A/1,. Billiard) and ffWQodlond 4-9191 I
North' Church: St. Starke Florida ,daughter. Marcia have relatives .*

... sole Date'wners.* this T4tA :day' ";;;'of August, X :enjoying' their home on Lake Sans NORTH TEMPLE AVE. U.s. HIGHWAY FLA.
D.- 195$,"at S1&rtBi dr rd County, t& Fe with them this week. Mrs! 301 STARKE,
Florid SJi'4-tr9' { 4riti Hilliard's sister-in-law Mrs. Jack
I In the farm home as on the farm V _;? Zalumas and two children from

;t.- Reddy stands ready with plenty : ia'rd ni:>ragisr 1"y ;Thomasville., Ga.: are spendingtheir
W'chail"cost;,: BrtLdford. Cmuity, vacation with them. Also at NOW SHOWING: I '
ofheapt dependable electricity to x ]rtitlda: to 'Ch4aNr7'
.' c.. 'N .Jt- H. the Hilliard home. is Mrs. Hilliard's -
lighten all your household chores Helen'.Parker Plaintiff, ;."vsi: Larry mother, Mrs. T. A. Sweat
all leisure I .t NQTICE'"rO APPEAL'd from 'Quiiman. Ga,- : 1959 MODELS
brighten ? --*to bring GREAT
lot To: Larry Mrv Parker::whose .'residence I Mr. and Mrs., John Moore and
happier carefree Florida and address la Unknown .
more MX. Mrs John. both -
Too &1'& hereby notified, that a and Regan*
.,. suit for Annulment has been filed of Melrose, are the grand *
toting. against you In the above named Court proud, 4$"x 8 Two BR Payments as Low as 61.10
and cans and you are required to parents< of a new grandson. Mr. f
serve a copy of your answer or plead and Mrs. Joey Moore are happy *
.. v r iaz to the comnJalnt on the Plaintiffs I I 45t.tO Two BR Payments as Low as,68.6B.
to announce the birth 'of theItfirst.
Attorney J. Donald Gibson 100' Smith ;
.. Building; Jacksonville 2, Florida and child,-''a son, born August
file the original in theoffice of the
14. Mrs, Moore is the former *
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or be-
fcca-th*. 8 day! ot Se temb.r. 1958; Gloria Regan.. The. Moores, live, in
otherwise the allegations of' said Tem' We C"dQIJj/nvife YguTo Visit Qur New Starke.Headquarters :
Complaint will.. b$ taken as confesed .
\ by you Mr; and Mrs. John Began and '
V M!MWN| _. This notice shall be published once children Pat and Johnny are Ori North Temple( Avenue And See The
I4raIt Lire Better-Farm Better ELECTRICALLY! each week for four consecutive,weeks .
In'thfl Bradford Counts Telegraph. home "Vacation In' North 'r
Dated this < day of August.. 1J58. CarolipaMrs 7 Beautiful New 1959 Models On Display
t rCHARLES A. DARBY : Donald Meachen and her

1. '... HELPING BUILD FLORIDA Clerk, of the Circuit Cu U1. three'children left Monday to go I II
By lUriaa LvCrusbx Deputy Clerk _
t- s 8j1.tl-8j,2i, back to- join- net husband in Ea- ....



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he Lucian Conners and Cegin; Eina. 'wdet. Eadlq Hartmann, Albert Jenkins, Sara F. Lappe: H. '\fiLappe. ; Masher Milton s

smrF'A iit Dquglas are enjoying their va, Canon.CaMva.. Pa$ E.' Ekad. Jaaes EJEkanL' Hartbia&n, ,E1S10 JehnsVME$ Frooiex Maud Mosher., May-wood L.Jiyrfck Ro8ler.Cecil Ellis 1. Soto, Wm. L. Taykir Pauline. r.
,: ).' Paul B.Cro vuglnia *' BaD; BheUle "OA,'.. LoiS -- Soto Mra. E. 1L Tholl1u. E. B.gby
tlon: at their cottage on Salt t y,.'Janet.V Idwarda Albert. Keauivinrway ,q.. "RII LeMon, Levy Sue F1 D. L. Sink, auliolph mias, 1lar'rf't"J"oy
Jarsj Derothy Lyoo Thomas. N. M.anOs..J..T. ,
Cicsbjttetea.. B. Edwards Ofsie Hajjeni, Delia Jw. 1.rs. D. I. SiC1 l1ftl1'utl t'.1'iealitb
$ Lyon Katherine J. Muses Frances as Jesse
,- J. Sink DQaIeson j' Thlgpe StoiC
Cowen C 'R EubAk -
Dyte Houston
I 'n : 'f' :" Harry. Hk Johns, Mrs. Mamie Lfurch, Lao F. Muse '.
you.haven't. i registered the Cowsnj Qoicft A. 'Curtis R LefeJE Schearer, 'Wi TOmLiflsO, \\ijter.
I By Bin. 0. E. Crosby Euhankz. ElizabethFutch'C. Holland, Essie D. Jehns, C rley Luke. Walter P. Moench J
Lonnie W Rh
oden, Doris "fanelU Albert 'fhom 'iielnia
Covlngtcii0 'Moae. .
p . A 4 / a I' first graders yet, .please- |o into Carter LosUe.Oksteea A. Hazen Clifford, Jr. Jackson. W. T. Luke t Mrs.! Walter P.. Moepch, Earl j. Raulerson iverette, Sellearer, Jennie & ThOTflSS Carl .S: "
Fernandez Eva HrU ,'B. 'JUka4
IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWhere town Aug. ? ( ; MArLret .0 L*. Margaret Morgan. Joyce R L.
Friday tt J. Tho
betweenthe Madge. Verdte S. Hughes, Emma Johnson, Mj-sT Roberu Marilyn Suggs Norman 'lltolf. GWfn40lYll
Crosby, R Deborah Lane. Millie Mae Newsome Edna. Roberts Curtis A. Sugga. Lelia Mae Thornt(n. Verflie E.
hours of 9 and 12. > Ferna3id.zI1tUe: UOIIdS;. .Sara/Hope. Johnson. .
? Reglstrae QJtII'to Lame Jthn U. N as worthy., C. H.NaswortBy Roberta Carl S. Scott WU1in
,everybody Seem? as Crosby, Olerta. Flynn George.l. Hajnes Johnson. Mary Jr. Sylvia Terry, So
tipn for the elementary children O Leversoa. George ; Elizabeth Rigsby, Eddie Smith 1. F. Tomlinson J. E.Rnch.j
r. Mrs. J. B. Florence .
I thougjk 1 ; Ja4. .
on '
're4a. N. Levereen
everyone "
vacation Eloise
| Corbett, J. R. Ma Nollman, W. fl. Hazel S. imitb lIr. Juanlt& ThpUa5, Debbie
be heldin ,
will Flynn, QeorgeiB. Jr. I
frpnt'otthe Jciynez. N.
I. or just got fpack and, busy, unpacking elej Coan r. L. -D.CoBner ; Frsnkfia,' }:jWJ D Joynef p. Leggett. .Ira ?ollman, Nellie,,H. Ritcli J. W. Sba.w, Mrs. Ida Maa Todd4 Ed Ray

mentary. af.fice. The opening day Dan J. Fut Jow. ; p. Hajih/'johiT'L'. I Jaudoa Jewell J.'P. M. Lee Lea oi.Gertrude, .lipnlah J. Noegel. W. H... Jr. Robe1U John C. Sewell Dean B. Todd 1l0nteenRasmussen

The O. E. of school is Sept. 2. Don't over Carter. Milton D. io. Mrs. Mile. J. H Mrz.,.Annie Jaudc,, Mrs. J, p Lovell. Nina U Noegel.Neweomb Elizabeth John Suslowt.l n TannerS Earnest'
Crosbys cn
enjoyed a Carter...Bessie L. Bra. E. Jordon O. S, fl Margaret L. S1rin4eu Jjmmie i. Gentva .

pleasant weekend at Avon Park sleep on that day.Congratulations. Clement, Barbara Fegg, Jewel}Bn, Mrs. HJldl J Fdon.; EIlstOILoveU Grace" Wjdiam C.Lewis. Newcomb Libby Rob4jrts Maybelle Eo Swindell Nellie Fl Taylor, W. F.

Clement* Jack, E."* Fowler Houston Betty Christine Noegel, Stanley S. Rasm\. Mrs Bertha, Smith Lewia ThOmpon, J. W.
visiting with the L. L. Wa t are In ordej T. B. Johnson. Mrs a, HT Lamb Joseph J. '
Chapman Blanche B. Flyna Vergie L.FraacU Holtzeodorf, Ethel Johnson Noegel, Jewell A. Reed. 1L' L. Smith Bernie S. Thompson. Ad&

'wrights and A. R. ,Banks. They for Mrs. Joe House and Mrs. An? Cermanaro. Aaihooy.Ccnaaooro Pauline P. Holtzendorf I Ben Johns. George H. Lamb, Marjore J.Landrum Newaome, O. '. G. M. Stansbury, 0, K. Taylor HeleRichards.
Charley J.
also aette Jones who received their Lorena Francis E. Jr. ShjrUy W. Norman, Maude James F Sweat Riley Thomas Mrs. D. L
I visited friends Orlando and Coolbr. Edward W. Farber. Fe, Beatrice Ham, 118 Johnson, A. R. Logan. William B Norman, Ovid ftabb. 'Starry'' IL' Jr. Sanders liorace Thomaa D. 1. !
Johnson -
the' beautiful Cypress Gardens ,at ,JAE degrees from the University S. H eiC M.fa Clara Johnson L.hiilis.' E. Logan, Goldie L.' New omer Perry H. Rabbr NIDI&r K. SaWs, Jasper p. Taylor, C".14. .

Winter jf Florida recently. We are proud Chpman. Robert V. Farber G. Lloyd Mrs.' L.Jackson. Lyons, Eleanor Newsome. Ada Reddjsh Gary SaSer, J. A. Taylor Harriet 1
Haven, and came back Henmpwrt Frank Lyons Perry Noeget Gene W.. Be ddish Flore e Scholl G. L. Thomas Norm

through Silvei.Sprlngs. They then .A these two fine ladies. Mrs. Cal F., Frefs Vic; ,. Hven M. F. Jackson Johnson .ponnie" McRae Robert M. Noegpl Connie, .. R oyalLeena M. Savage C. W. Tllotnas Helen 1 .

went to 8wa1 .ones wilt; teach in Lake Butler Crosby, Carl L. Fre, lIr6 Charlote. Hastings, James ; Lilly McRae.. Gertie'F.: Noegel,' R P, RoraI Julius. Jr. Savage1 Mrs._ C. w. 'YS0. JesSie
.. sboo. Oa. with Crosby F T. McCulley, LfnnieMcMillan Newsome, Jessie RNichols. fltoAmes W. P. SiRlmon9 Ester Taylor. Bath

thejr son-inrlaw and daughter, and Mrs. House will probably rest Coleman,Florce Mack .Jr. Marilyne'B.Foreman, Dolrin Hough Haines;;'I L D. Jones Jackson Low Curt: v. SLr'. .. V. A. Reames W. C. Smith Minnie W. ThomPklns.. Eddi

this She hasn't Craven, Bonnie LwJs' .Hansen, R. Nichols Robbie UNeel. Reddish, Drew F, Smjth Bernie Thompkjna Eraestleddish
Mr; and Mrs. J. IL Spence. of year. decided. Ffrea' 1. Estelle Howard Jackson-- Edward- B. ,llcklnaey, Balis -
Donald K R da .
I Chesser. Mildred L. SISaJi, Joel Thornton W. J.Rhoden
Hazen '
L. '
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pace O. JacJ, L1kille C. McGee .Nela Mae '
Jacksonville guests ,
and were of Chesser H. L. Fanc\rer/ Mr'8. Hazea ilrs Norman Leroy. Jr. Minnie S. Sloan Carrie 'l'hor'nto Annie Mae
Conw .P. ,. Fraakie Johns .Dorothy"V. McCrary C, TMcCrsry / Neel Mrs. PeggyAnne, R ecdlsh. ShltlfY Schafer, Underhill Uargitt
Mr,, "and Mrs. Bert Spence. son. Calvin. Mr. an4.Mrs. L. IL y. Lyvonne Flume S. Fl M. Jt-nea Janette P. C Margie L. .
ETefyn Nolin P. T. Reddish DOIDh E. Simomns. Milton Underhill PtI
Conway, EdwJi, E, _
'ML and Mrs. G. E. Crews just Duggar and Mr. and Mrs. Hitch.- Crosby, Bobby. L. Flume Mrs.Hurdja.P.Faxon Howard. Mrs. ,V, B Johnson RBtb W. MCG ,.,Walker K. NeKn, Mrs. Tommie R itch, T. G. Sinclair, Cllde W. Underhill. Dorothy
Bessie L Howard, Joe Jones
returned from two weeks vacation. cock and children enjoyed a baq- Crasby Carolyn Franklin Herbert Howard Beulah A. Jackson, Mrs, Hettie M Grlt Margaret Norman, A. Russet), Rite1l., lIarlaa-, B. Sinclal'. Evelyn S. Underhill Colley

They visited their son and daugh- becue supper at the home of the Chesbier.Cheshier Park George M.W, Felog Faulkner; pet Mrs.Go'Irena Harris Henry, A.W.H.Q.- Joqesj; Fred.Margaret G; B. lIcCartny..11rs.i Dorothy Norman Noegel Marvin Muriel .S.Noegel ltl eIdish obinma.James Robert no G. Saute SingletoD}.Lula Reb V Underbill. 1f11t.Jam\S L. D.V.

terjjto-lav. Mr, .and ,Mrs. D. B.Cre latte* on, Kingsley Lake Saturdaynight. Coi* Charles K. Falreloth J. L. Haisten S. W. Jehns Jones Ruby L. McMajn3r Bert Mary R Roger!. Robert N. Smith S. J. VlDlng. L. D. t
; ,
S, KcMalns Mrs. :M1t1lrie
Cox Florence. North Edwin Hogers Edith C. Smith } Rhoda Va pfy. George H.eames .
Faircloth. Ethel l Hayes W
ws,.of. Montgomery, Ala. then. t Clark, Stanley B., JOD.e1Naomi.. McDonald, Joe R. North. Margaret R Fannie Smith. Howarll'H. Vaniptyfloe.. J
t FlaMe, Maude. s. Holton. J, G.
they went to Knoxrille, Tenn. We,are very sorry to hear that Chastain darltonChastain Frazer, itfloiland. Eleanore. Jackson Jones' ,Edward Lulu McDonald, Madge W. Noegel, Mrs. E. P. R eamer- RUDY Smith Beatrice M. Vickfrs J. M.Risby.

,' Ella Mae McRae James E., Nasworthy J. F. Albena Shelp. lIrs. Annie Vitsky Philip
DC GodddL i& in.the.hospital. We Finger Virslna HQU ,
and spent several days in the Mr& Alma. Johns; Charlei'C.: SleAUley, W; S, R '
Crews Rf C. Fauncaer/'Paul H. Hazen l asw Elsie
Smoky Mountains. Mr. and Mrs. wish him a speedy recovery. We Cubbedge Jean P. Jackson Lana kAlileyOpaI Nichofe. Myrtict .'Anna Sampeon ) 'Lilljan Vaughan Owen
George Mrs. Ida Henry :Mrff.
Cubbedge A. M. X H. Johnson, Phillip Mt Knjght, Dolores. S. Nichols, Albert W. egister. Earnestln ShuUord, J. S. Vaugban Blanche
also '
wish '
Crews Mr. McCormick a speedy L. Hutto-, O. P. Jordan RR '
reported the weather to be Joseph A, McGee George
Cox Ray X Nichols Mrs. Irene egister. 1. B. Jr. Shuford JUDe l. Veaiopou1os tckVirnes
recovery. He is very sick at the FInley. Ousa W< Hobba J. C. Jordan Julia I. McRae, Russell aUcRae. ; Leonard M. R oyal. i
much more pleasant there. than., Cox. EstellaCrockrell Futch Mrs Mack Hqbbs, Glides Noegels Sophia Sharpe 1Ira"J1or ace Mary
home of hlj daughter Mrs. Char- Horace, Jr Futchy Ldnnie-'H." Jdrdan 'Milton Russell- S. Norman James R Rlk-h. J. 11" 1. Varnes, A.' V. '
;> Hardy Charles Jordan : McMillan
here.Mr. Crockrel, Dorothy U Futcfe Beatrfce C Hoar Juanita Father.). Merrill Norman, June F. R itch, Herbert C. Schawb; Edward t Vil'ker, lames l'

and Mrs Dewey Warren ley Burnett. :, Clark, Buhmua D. Fowler, V.., y; M. J i Harold.Fs' McKinney A. RJIcKinnei Nazworth, Lucille M, RIrW. Isabelle &hawb. Virginia WbJte. Q. W.

and children of Statesboro 0*. Saw the Howard Collins, and Davis,, L. X,Jr. Fowler Jesaie-Dewey.Mae Harten/O:1 HQJijday4rt E UJ .N. Johns Jennings Cart, Florence. T, Mrs. A. B. Nettles, Herman R egst.r. Freean 8r. Stewart Doris K. mite, Ethel 11.
L.Johns. McKelvey, Ilr*. ,J,, X f itch T.
Davis, E M, Nestles l Rebecca Evelyn Smucker, VernOn il1iams S.f'egister.
are visltlt1g his brother-in-law and children ,ot,Fort Lauderdale re? Davis, Lee Perrymai) Poster FdBttr, Albert.Wilfie UaeFa Haistem. Gertrude' Mrs, Shfrley. f McBae R, E.UcRae. Norn,n. Jason, RNoegel. R \lice Smith Lougenla Walt. H. Q.Ritch. .
Hardy J.
E. ,AenJehns
sister r, 'Mr.'aDd Mrs. Pete Harrell. cently.) They were- former i sif Darby. Qharles aev B.. M. Hardy, Jo EUa' t.lira.. Eunice. JfcCall., Mrs.Selma Ethel NOt'gel' Joe Mra. 'Carrie Sapp, C. S. WiJIkJe I. AllStlq
D morest R. P. Jewel Mildred Ril'hard Harriett Stl.pp AnnIe Williams Nat
Me. .and Mrs Owen House and dents.o{the Fann: They were,enj Daby, Annie Fanchex M.Elba Hudson, M. F, Sr. Jflhnsi jq;:'B, Melntosh Tjlman R. Norma Troy Redgra\'e, Minnie She Ozora Ruth R: 'yiJIIam Louise

route mountains Davis. Lucille Futch. BejitoaFillyaw Hudson,, Mrs.. M F. Johjis Mrs. Zelda P. McIntyre J. A. P..ewe. One
children spent the weekend in to, the looking Car B. 'sr. 14e Jones' Norman, Lula Clyde -0 lAeu.- Elmer R. Wjggins
I Davis, Inez ; Lola; Wilson Mctetosh. .J. W. NIIN !Mth Rowe, J.' B. Strickland", CIa ton G. Williams. A. B.
for. a coo| spot Fillyaw, Alice, floE, MiHard'l -- ,
ThoraasfiBe, Ga. visiting relatives & Demorest.Verna J, C..R" Jutes *. McIntosh Alice Norman, Mrs. Harriett B itch, Carl Izz: SmIt1i, Elton G.' Wll n$, Gertr&dtItitch

and friends. _Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Crosby and Dell teuton1'Duncan Fr Fq 'ler,. Salfie, lie Hf"**,-' C-Marlon.. J*. Jehna CKldft Gassett" SeRae. Mrs. Donald Nazworth, Cary P. Airs. Ruby Smith Naomi B. Wilson Dea Week! .
4rthur Jonesi
t K. G. N. EUgene" McKlnney X E Jr. Olsen. Bertie Rl iehar& H. X Smith. FE-'ton' T. Warren. Mra. N; Antoaymond
Mr. and Mra. J. B. Godwin and children visited. relatives in Gain- Denmark, Eral. ,* FOil -3"0 C.; BaH.-Jtmnite tee JaiVes? Gertfufo McRae. Donald F, Qlaea. TitueOyerstreet R Paul Sli tb. Trudie Warren 11. T.RaY'ilond .
Flynn; U,
Jeneya Hu'
children returned home thia wee esviHe Sunday. Duncan, Mrs. K..O. El' Jackson* Eddie T. UcGriff Green Jr. ,' 'B. S. Ethel Scarbro. Beul h Warren, .Mberl 14
WilD '
Faiop & Hernwall J '
Darby Jens m : : : n, w..J.'t jrcGriff. J. R ,
Annie StmSmith nui:1
and Mrs. Norman GfeenJ'B X1GrffiiiH Overetre 4 osenberg Lonnie Warren e.
Mr. Dowdy Kdn'ft J'ob
end. after gppri irig thL summer Darby, Mrs. Jean .'Pearl B. Tyle McGriif Lee H. Ow jn, W...B. Lnberg Fannie Smith ,Alice Wile ., Jact ',

t at their cottage on Kingsley Lake.Mr.'pncj 'and son, Junior,, returned t Dinkins. Mr* L. P. Lloy4 Mamie J aGrejjh Haz Hazen a,,t1edl'lj V y. J J **&>" 'icVay, L. d. Sr.Wilfle Qwt'JI, Jlrs. Clara Mae Rahn, Jackson W,' Simmons Easter WDey, 'Lottle Z

from tw, weeks vacation j sundaJl 1 }1Thhlma) ,_ Green r. t j rgta. .clottrel'! Mao Owe1 vrrgil" R ak*. AdeUA" Sanford, UyiUe WiggflBe LUT& Lr"oddy
Mh>M. C. Robert pnd I Dinkins. L. FloydCretin Ball .Edwari X Jack**'El: iB ; R L. <>, ?. UT&. Nora, F. R Roy i" Sanford Nathan Wall D. '

$on, tarry, spent ,the weekend man; Ga. They also. I Eteftnte 'X''H. ,. (rs. 'Inel S. 1f HI-Uw'.JWlP> St. Johns*>{ .rt OhM ,. Me.Knight.' Mrs. E.' L.- Ofm 'eI. j7a P,.o4ily Jessie Strobo Wa1tfr-R. Wllllam 11m. Glad"R6ddy.
points'Of interest the way Deal*;.t'Obe'" nat? :' fi ,' 11 McVay.. freit V. \Ve;George D. (teStr\ Vera G.I
with her brother and slster-ta- Efesue, James '* Ha-rr'Pl" ; ltr'_ J. SI.I8 John's fmfe'Afl1 HeVay> L {C., Jr. Outlaw Lavern R owe. Ttulle N. Stnlt c. Ward, XrL Carrie
Gfasgow. II
law, Mr And,.Mrs. Odel. Cautherin home. I. i Dw&fen,* Mrs.' Gusslp. Grabain IL Jr. }kndron e. 'ft'Vnl.. P-1 Johne Johns WUfotli.tmlt1i' McRf Eala Mae o&ataaa, $ J.oSteen Rowe, JalI\es' V. Srpit11. Nora lis Weldon Mra. 1Iat
Dbwll E/Jv .i.W. *- E>' Skrley $emfll lo. HqGe.a, Joseph It ftive'B
Gainesville. If anyone has news please cap22J a ft-IMt-J. .\y. ( IfennardHolmes Joans.' Mrs. Meatlieormosd. J. B. Starling duy Gladys 11
; dna MacBtain .
DbfwliBg.-'Cleonft M. E. ivers. Flora Fredenner.
...Little Alien Crews o!. ?4QntCeflO or"qrqp, ill. b ; 3$. We wanjany DaVTby;''Mri. Clae. ritfis, srsz.W., Iiozt .... o.. J*npvBJmetL; !, MeLeiJd.JBHady E. o'Steen, Howard Lynn RR LOJiSf B.S. Stone Starljflg Ed.WilliAms l"etta lja.m& :Mrs., Mary

is items, of, interest church JeftDUU'a' G.'>' fteJ, Jrma'Estfter Hutehin, R. R. Jenkins Ma*'* McLspd. .Annie Ma' o'Hara? Hetiry Renner, Ernft P. Stafford Albert SmkJt
visiting Mr. .
his grandparents Grirasj"Mrs. Hutcnings Annie a *?
Db.1v1lGi .Willlam IiL Ti.._ /Frances McCormickv Nathan aH Kt8. EjiaabethWUJten I Rowe ''D.. SmIW ore Nell Waln'f lit J B.

*! cL l4D. Qi E, Qrews.Uttle.Don- [,club,' social or personal. i lJ hm ,.! H S. GWfCeT MartBaGaines L.'M,. ., I tI. Jnaes; Alfci KJenkjos HcQefe George O'&uU ". la'raea. R owe. Olen Strickland. Jobn W. Wi kler. MrsE. A.
# .
rile Hale of Lake Butler, another Thought for the week lovji Pbnmer rmpieflboda; Bem 2.Dtjcosr Gr'e'en,,'Mrs Lucille H.' Jti ks. S.i'et J, tt Jeivkhis;'Cre-AhTi hooso*, Mc&ougala McGee. Marie; 'Alice., 6'SlaX,..WilfJ"k. hodei,, Lenora Clarence F. Strickland ith. Rokrt, 1irianr'arr. W\llllms.,""Hn.mOB S. Nhode J.

gY t1 sOn .. is also, visiting th* prohibits' looking; uppn. neighbors lfc a.: Kate Graham Alice, K 1 1.a& )arvlaB. 'Johns1 Jt dnet1i Hear 4
daWn L.
Crews. in a,vindietive mood. Dennis, Mrs. Myrtic Hall Belt E- Jpaes. Ana. MeCtajr. ElJza'betHMcRae. liva.Veri &nshaw, l1na. Sweat Ella' Wa t "..0'RlcJiards.

Gardiner; 14" ijinnle. I !t Thelma Ett_. .Johns, Gere" Howard Marian onve Jr.' Catherine SieD1er, Eloise Wade 1tJrs. C. T S
QwUng,.Ernest J-, Jr.Doyle. Ol'lrf f. H JlI'J J&: W. : >Jdms;' ReSRlie...' .N4&r ; TiTft :ijl A. Wal KatIe
ha.rds. GLW ,
FOR GENriw.UEC.-: K. SIemer Otto P. Jr. wrtcht.
LIST OF THE ELECTORS R'tItus H. Hudson. Alfred H. J
QUALIFIED DQJk\i Med Q_ Grtdet, ep ,,ft Ife JuiaiiMcKinftey. Pen'yma Lois ,R owe, Sop ia Jean Sma.U, Maggie Bell Williams. Ed.iII .
TION ot.uR criYPF.STAJHtEt'FiOHlDA: TO BE HELD ON, ., tfersott' D* O 0ooma.'rnnrL) T.Eltmlse ffQ41.80n t4nu1i Mrs.Yd dortllDenton. : 1'Johnson k8 .l1 Martha Swmet; Jinn W. B. Poweil, RlclHI.rds.'Richard Singleton. Ethel W711fl J. 0.iebayda \
Mrs. Willie (ciUy, R E&R7Rosa :It Gece1ia. Smith, M. M. WIUia.Il\s thel. 1

-'- '9'1'1t DAY OF-SEPTEAffiEKr. AJ*, W5V MaeDampler D.: HdjiLto\ feiah. J ekn, LIW VeaiMtCrary; ", Van C. Parks Phillips I1r. S tump. F. F. Smith, Mra. Rachel WtIllaniab6..t h. C1\

1t. C. GI, Helen,B.' HoltzeniorCB. CT Jr. BSlgfit. 1M.KI'U McCrellan. P ) S app. W. g Sapp John B. Warrtn, John L .1'Stump.

Atny, Hap Biggs. Robert E. ChrifiUansea, JohnChristiansen Dobbs.. Alton Geiger! ,. Heraian-Js.ri Hardenbroott Robert Knight, Clara Mae- MedelknTMar L Prl st. CI'1d'e G Berths' Ev* Seholt C. I. .1 Weflr C. Il

Anthony, Mcs. Harry. Blair.: Mrs., W. L. : Edith Doha*, Klta G4ii. E. L H Keane, It MfcRae, K M. Priest S1s. Clyde &ilco-. 14.. Schwabe Earl R. Webb, O. 0.auls .1J..a,

Andraiyg, Guy Bagwell, Kenneth L Cole. J.Alice L. E.Cole. D gets, c:' A. Gill PrescofitGrehsman, Mattie M. Harris Harris, I.Virginia G. MiIWU.Pprfc : 'Kid cld'if R_ r Mclia MeKeTy. ,-, Paul- A. 't' .. .. S Mrs.. Pearl.Schwabe.. Marie Ward W B.istrunk .Jt
DyaJ. Mra. ViJa E Jkme" P S '
Akridge Broward E. So
Cleo wu. Joe' M. Sellers; Marion N. Wasdm, n. .
Bagwell. p MeL Mildred "
Crawford F. M. Dodd tr. J' 'Jr. Greshman, M rgaa R.VI Mae: .1drJ Mra JtaaMcNeal.. Ora.Cat rtae ,' :
Akridge. Mary J. Iw ban Pearl HjUBtety 4 Sistrunk C. H. Sellers, 1IJ's. Marion N. WSdtfl Mrs. it. S. .
Crawfejpd, Betty DoddT Mra. 'W'i Jr. IQCf Of V*" Mrs. A. llft U. : McNeal Jqhn Jaiiie' S jlcox W.
Andrews Elizabeth Batten. C. ]1. P.e'Jel Ned CelenlStrick1an John W. Winkler
Y. Green Rob rf O. nanfterson Saul Keen
Alvarez L. B Bryan. Wesley. Copeland. C. riggers, Ameul C.Desue. 'Clrl Leona MiCWnaghanJames' R.KopefousosGeorge S ikoX De a Str1clcland" Miriam Williams Francis )i .

Alvarez.' ThelmaJ EL Batten. Margaret F. Carjenter D. W. Luke Green QladpH1rton.. llill....A'ga1t.<, Yeee Mary 1. K-MyraD. S mith. JdI\jq.V. St.niIng enjamlo Jr. Williams, Janet I
Carpenter. Marjorie V. Godwin; Joh. M, Hildebraiv J. E. .
Austin L. H.AaiKrs Barksdalej Robert C Clark. '. Dacey. John'.I. Goolsby. f. f.Goolsiy. Hildebran, Marine a""L HcKlnney. IJoraceMartniag Powel, Wi.. Co J.wlndeb aa"naq: Sapp J.1jldred BroFl1 WilUall't W IILOid'app t

; Cad"Arnold. ; Barkhdare,' Barbara"H. Douglas H. Delia. Biflie ns-Leone Sapp J. 0. Wth8. strs.. nedaI
Mra. L E. Sft$. P. F. Harper. L. ( )'
Maryon B. Ciark. Donovan Linianflesnej 5pnftJ.'T! J>.' Middleton, ,W. ELMiddletqn I S tern,. W.A.: StrIckland. Arthur 1. Wells .Bdna 11.
Bell. Ethel Crosb A. uCrofby. "'Clarence Geiger Hommer.Geicer. ... .Mre. Dorothy ,. Louisa H Powfefl Mary Harriett
Aekfrraan, Ann.M.Aefcerman .' Keliar, s tru. WIl11ams
; Bryant; ::jfable billy "* Wallace X. MarieDansb)4 Warren riitcnelL PeHum, F. J.PeUum. Theressa. Strickland Fele. S. Madl\
Fr dAlvajfz. DAnsby R. 0. Kehy ; Mrs.'Lucille, Sil WIHlam Lottie'Sapp.
ox Helir'y Spence,
L. a
Baker. I' Conner' U 'L.Conner. Gatlin. Russell Hatfenhrciok? Essie Mrs. F. 1.
Mrs 'Franc .Begina,, Matthews.Mrs. Ida .
Jamea L.Alvarez. Mae' EIlIla Smith Nettle. C. W1Ls Jou .1tenry JU
Baker Edna Mrs. C.arrla; Dowlinr; Marjorld; ', Vase* HuntEdward Highland: ,. R. Middleton Madge Patel, Van D. T .
( Arthur. M. SilC\o LaCy Smith Jessje' Wearing ,
Mrs. H. A. ) lrr
Barton Perryman,
Ade fl1k Coiner P.
Mrs. V
Albright. Sol Alt Crowson. Mrs. BelR Bert LeDttwllnr GrUfis. Mandy S Kersey L1 roD Mundy,' Mrs. Leila S Mra. Eunice StrIing. James E. Warren DOcIt .
Barnes M.GrlOis Pressley; AaniS.
GrUfis TheJma Holland Joe
Anderson. Lyle) Sarah lalde' Dorothy Bt2eg. 081t044., WAttHewA. E. L. Perkins Slmder Horace WhUe Olid W. 3r .JI
Claude Earl V. H trhl Ruth I Phillips Ernest T.
t Crowson. r\w James 'iJli'h..a.U.r V: Mitchell i 1 LucilleMatthews'Mrs S
Alberta parks
Albright. S. Wi5
M. Solze. Richard Th1fl2 .
Bishop. Lillian Colley, Carr C. 'Green. John D. Halnes Ruth S.DfVo Kerrigan, Patten Mary C. C. .
DraT; 0 Hazel -
Avery. Louise Brown A. : Silcox 114fT FranCis Smith, William 11. WtM; S. C. .
Goorge Jr. Patten, O. t 5
Chambers. 1. P. Gardner, MUral Haynes Junior KeJ1Y Gag Morgan .
& : it lt. S ilcox
John D. J
Anderson Benn Samuel I' P. Smith Malvina Willard, J. W.
tt. E. H Patray, Erpife
Chambers, Sara Griffis Clara .13.4 Haty 14. D.
DeVoei'Mrs1.- Ii Morgan Mrs. Mattie :
Alvarez. Dorothy L. Blankenbhip lira. Mar- Spark" Sirs S. B.Smith.. Ar.old Q. Warren. J. C.
Coney, 1Ira. Del devrtett, Denver it.GrlZfls. Elizabeth' H, Hudson. Betty KcJly-'Charfes'J L I Pejersbn, J am.es _",
Hubert H. 41Stra. Stokes
Armstrong. Mrs. Mildred RuUus M.GriOis. Hall Hazel H. Kiiight PAesi, Mrs Nona :r Gladys Mayhaley Warren, Muriel O.
BrfrtJtv Copeland. BeVffcS'-CSesBie-. Gtider. ; ChasT, ,110ft. Mri Maude '
Andrews, O. W. C. : 'Strmrlellow, W. Stokes, Steve Jr.
Roy G. Henry B. WeJ40n. 4.
Mack Prdvatt.
lowden Coleman. Dell, Robert Geratd Hees. Chales.HamDton. Kite. Bello'J.I : Fred Keva &T StrlBg&l1ow
Andrews Mrs Laura B. J. Lene c. Prevatt e Mra. stokes, L. 11.figham Mr& Eula. .
lva E B. Elva Mrs..Margaret
chstty Dell; R Roosevelt 'Jr.Gr11er. rkland. Mra.. Nettt. Martinez Joe Mabe
Altman. Bowen. Mra. Janet C. Stokes Eva R. "WiliiaJnll. Homer .
James 1. Otis, C.Gcigfr Hank O. Riltl:7' "- Pelham, Manssa .
Chitty GeIger rson.
DouglaS Charles Martinez ;'NellieMiu S
Andrews, J. W., Jr. Brown, Lucite ; ale,. hire. Porotlty St.okes B. F. Will\aqls Leroy .IJ
Eo'Cot'bin.. Dolly Evek< HoWtJU Jt ,R. Kron P&Ulipa Juanlta 1L
Dougfas Mfrfc U. vGoodnUn. nburger, Ara
Alvarez. A. L. Brown. Fate C, WJB. Mrs.: & s a'1.: GuFL Stokes, Katie Wingate Maurice
J j
Kenneth D. Saber D. HowelL Pearson
Claris- Ruby KYonejiburger. Eugene
Dtakips John .Mrs. Harry ; S -
Anderson A. .W, Brewton> Viola Chitty. James H. Dustini EYnest "W. .* Goodman Mrs'.' .Eloulse. Howeir Elsie ,' wrtma 'p' : '" Mtfeat'ES.F.: Prevatt,:/ T. app bed Stone Leth Wainwright Eo JMae .

Alderman Lois Dora, Barry, Frances M. Chitty. Mrs. Jamea H. Duitln. Mrs. Bertha.. Grdden. Joseph He1 ll falter M.. 'I. ghtr Pavlhte J. Wes Mrs. R F. Prevatt, ). J. t.. ,,8.1 S yijiour.p.I 1uJa. Suddut. Nancy. A WIi; Evelyn l
Adklns. EJizabeth
Barry. Andrew J% Chasteen. -J.- R. II" Goodman,, Mae Hurst, Carl, Kaufman, George E Mpx>re. Sra.. Fjoi'enca PJckeriBg, t." Siricklandl loan S Wise, Cheliter L. a..;
Ander 9n, Myrtle Ovid D. Seymour. 1. D. Thong Sallie' Weeks. Lell Mae
L. Bennett Chitty, Randal P. Deii Oscar .O\ll. W. '1'. Hurst Mrs.: MazelleHaifenV Kaufman .Eima C. Ma Ullig,.,Delia S. Pickering Mrs, Pearl S ..
Anderson Jv Geraldine S. llel.1kS"MtIo 1)u' W'D ,
RoyV. C. "
Bennett :
Andrews. Mrs. Edith Collier. W. O Dommon, Hester Grider Mrs.1; It R. Jack Ei Key, Frederick D. Manning. Clyde PecS, Iya. R- Stump Lillian
Tliompk1ns. Lillie
Hattie Byrd Ernest Collin' Mrs Clydle Dommon
Alvarez Nelle Bridges, Virgil O. Colle,; Martha F. Duncan, DdVld D. Green WHey, H<>U y( Aaron H. :KelJ y, me w. .d Manning, TaelniaMoseley. Pefkioa, Cters SilcoVeljl109 Thot.ntln, W. Eo' Ward Stre.7: K f'Sait'

k Andrews Bridges, Elizabeth C. Canto n. J.\:D. D ancao,: DalseyDube Oe5*. KatieGoodman LJtzali B. KITI'3I4 ri-nest- Mrs. LauraMatfiewVJohn Patray, Mrs. Minnie S MtIL THmd. N. N. Williama loaeph 1, .
Alvarez. Enroll, Brown: Mrs. Margaret Mrs.J.. D. Jbhnnle Loa eelI I. W. Bt. Thomas. Mrs. R. A. WiIIIamI John W8let.
Alice Carlton. / MM. Leila A. p. Henderson. \ r t p.d 'Y.W Mae. DL S -welll' Ether '
Anderson. Eva Schmitt
Anderson Charles Tison Wijcox A
Bradley, J. L. 11. M. Theo Betty
Leonard 'H. Leila rtanierson; Florence Ezekiel
Cruce I1ana
R L.
woody. Si 'Joql1tatAe,1I Clara, tLt
Andrews, Wesley L. E. ? Schmitt, Mrs. (Laura) 'ttlnkler Merry A.
Bradley, Gladys T
Andrews Mrs. Maude Wilhelmenia CruceMrs.Coy Downing-'W.t G'reeji,. Rpse1, Hardy1. Douglas'.p. Kell: 1. MQoty, Glady] UdettMorirB ParJulnH q\, O A. %v. Thomas Mrs. WiIliam E. Cnijth _.'
Brooks Gladys
.Alexander. Mrs. Ada Cohen Cora"Colaen Dixon. Mrs. X L. Green HaskeJLtt) Hardy, Doris c. Ken .Allf&I Maye I.'H. Parham., IdumaPhfUipe S Foster !
Brooks Haywood Sbi ThoJ1u Mrll WJUt1fl5' MrL14
W.tT. Glbsori LaurenceH.fGibson. Hlnson L. coIr.. ,
no Ielb B Betty X
Mrs. .
WilmaAspmwail Dunwoody S. 3orrls| ; Mrs. Annie Smltn. Mrs.
Alexander. l'elle Mra.
Bell J: Austin Mary John a. ,
Conway ThelmavChassereau 'Ernestine. Mary'MaxlneiGherit. : Lucia F.endahX Ferryman,
Denmark jnh I4i .Wljlte'i'J Mae, Daisy M. Anne '
) <
M. Thomas CecilWilliams. L. S.
Bell, Mary J. 'XCollins.'William L? TIn. Gioria- ParrislH ,
anlteJ Mrs Mildred .. NeJ90a.'t it"Mott Mrs. Lain Bubt1otoJibL.
Margaret Bryan Mai M. 0., Jr. H.Dankel. Ghent, Rosa; Lee endahl; Mrs. .L.rhigglns ; >ofiald: F Masters. X W. Paul Gary Smith Julia Tyson Thomas, Elizabeth WiIl1, 1s. Caiii .Jo

Alvarez Mrs. Come' BzymerHarry Mack Carl well. Leola I. Nv'S GodTrtiL:.,waBam.Godwin ..A. ; m T. I Katharine ?Goldit PI e.'WlI.tter Silcoz Patsy Roberta Thomas 111'1I. Violet, J.Starllhc .
oltomqoc, Martin A. '
Julia :
Albert. 'S
Byrd. AdelBrown. K. a' Thqinas R. M. Williams; i.hSimpson.
C. X DellTw. "
BeaErice. Hug lns Bern Y.
Cram D./ ,Mis ice. 14 7il1g F.
Mundorff. Lucille liM4ioiuJ
Amphrazes, Mrs.Ouranla 11t' I' 'l'honl White SIrs
A. E.. Jr. Clark. JimColeman DevlkiCharles E. GilT Mrs Prescott '1. I I ipeimsJou'' It flt w l 1. G Ars. Rebecca s PlOY Lucia 'kt
-, Bennett. A. Stanley su'Arnold. : HQ Dr.'. L s p .e, Jokin,, Tbwn Mrs. Hester I. Wilson arab tAt
'D1 klna Cbas. UinJuoa. Griffis'James C. lifc ', Mary X :. Jean > PowelV Hia/lfay F. Sei:61trard EoLine
W, WiJUams 4.
Joseph H. H. A. T-orocle. W. E. Jr. C.
Bishop. Chas. R. CfreenMrs.'NinaT.afMr Houpt, Mrs C. J, Powell. fI.
Cooper. : L. John B.
;; Mrs, : Melsqrt Mrs peba
Adain H. H. : o! Smith W. H. Thomas Resale Wynn. Nettle M.
? R. R.
Browulee Ett4 ( )
Conner, J. Lucian C. BarJjs Mrs. VIrginia Phniife i.
JTuanitaDuPree th e11y.
S 1Cor d. Harmon }. John,
Norma J. B.T St.
Adams, Mrs. Gertrude John Alice Wm1fler SUe
Beasley. c. d Thomas Clyde NeUe ; c.
Crews. Harold A. : S H. : 1-- Jlfka.j 1I Laurie Patray, James
T. Jr.IJndeLSfrL .
<** at. 'A Morgan Aniie
Allen.Anders Ira Elizabeth Bennett,Lena Anne Mae CrewS Wanda C. DuPree, Mrs,*'f, S.CaviJ Gatlm' LeStef M. Harris Charles J, 'Mike "fitchett. W1ItL.E4'Payle: ;.Marian. 4 StefanellI 8tefanell Mrs.flnry Tucker Tucker, Mrs.H. E. WUhl tflS. Melba E.
Brown. Williamson
Henry lL E Ollie
E. H -
Conner Doyle Edmond. Gatlin. Mary rdenbrooT Jesal Knttelfi'LucJne'ii Payne. "
Moody; Kathleen '
Alvveao..L. A. Badman EmmBagwell r --- Starling. VoJ( r. ThOJtIU, N. 'I W4tren 11'rs. Florence
Conner Johnnie Bv J. O. J. -
D PrevatC'Edna
X. Mae. Knwea Horace
sue, 9iarler .
% ,. ; 4 M4iOdyLU4her J
Alvarez .Xioj* Lee Donald F. Starling Mary Thomas Ovid jlDams, Lucius
Ctonift 5!. Muriel Hardenbrook
Clark. Mrs.
Dukes, Emma Gay, Helejk r..iIJ_ ; Maftias.;'Solomon; Peterson, Matnie. 4
Alien Rebecca. M. F.Blankinship Spence J. r[. Thomas
Brown A. J. Warren Joseph D.
Norm Jean .
Clark. Dea Graham Rosa Lee M. ( ktlL
'Elisabeth. ; J hl\ Perkjns Ruffe
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lIuhdOtff 3. E. .
Andrew, S' W. lit Lawrence *.' Stone Edna JJ Thomas, Eta Mae Warren Betty B.8a4U .
carter George' Douglas,. Cecil 1 G'ahaffan,;Battle P. Harden Luther': Do.M11 Perkins! Warlen
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Arthur Bobby ; : fl; M.L" ocer. JacquelineMaronel B. ,,.
R. \ .JDe_ S. Tionas Frank V. Wbjtd, 1
Champion Lorraine L. Green Lorehio D. Harrison. A. Sr
; Kirkland'XW
Douglas, C. S.r ; It U.PIU1P4
: PbiflieS.5
Anderson. L. J. Blankh1Sh1Pt J'raDClWnplon. .r S ri t1islir K. Thomas, Mallory i.: Whitehead llalbell4.
Don Dukes Green MXe! Pea Harrison Pearl H. Kirkland Ann Powers
5 C trs. Uiflen '
Curtis J. Washkigtpa '
Pearl M. l '' se R. -
Anderson. 1. ThOm&IJ WUlihitiS
inia-fte J. J. Ifuies ..JadB11HXjjit Virginia E. John, 1'1'. '
Chantey, Dukes, Mjrs. Leona Gree.n rnitiart D. KellSWatteft Mitcb l1I Powers Delbrps -
J. Levon .
Andrews BolllDrer; RLQ Olson Annie P. Davis Harry E Green; jMeJba) HeniletteHumphries Knight Claire U. ifaflniog llarloiiMoofyT Paramehtev Bt F:, Struth Kate. Thomas Sallie T. Wilcox A. E. .
Andrews. Shirley N't-: BOllteear TOary 0. DI., E. L.CbXfiMrs. A.. Lester' C Thehrta led Struth.1errjll., ., ;: Thomas, Waltrr wmox l. EI C
Alvarez, Barbara E BBStoui W'C* G. Lois M.Ct Davis MyrUe B. ? .Mmu1m Hopkms. Lfiwia'Chiu.5HoplOrts. Kerse; Ektee4 W* ParrAJ1teliub' L. St.:J 1)n,:YIneepL 'tenly Edmond D. Wil\iam VioJa W
DuWlie,. Paul S. K fse*. Junior Leon Moody, Catherine J. G
Alvarez R. B. Blum**.Canto BLnnBr SOre e. S, John Mildre"It. !tenly Louise ''W, Wail J. Eo Jr;' '
vington, John IL aieI "
> DeSue Bula.CeSueL MargareJ V. : ,:
1IJDe'I"'J.Pag Don '
V && 1SR8 MWl.
Allen. Lillian Betty taut Stnls'kpt44 Rqsa" Tompki. Irsula Wall. Hazel 1 i
artr. JoeCovlngton. James wj': John: R T HarrelL Jjurjej B; Long!. MOore;Mrs. Martha- R. Perkins amilOJ
Abell James W. UUIIw.J.N Mrr Thornton1
Bur SlmzpW liIIIth Elbert Earl Williams Magnolia
Ethel M. '
DeSuei Robert Greert. Mrs rable BirrelH J. ft Sr
I.,3Iiwfl Uurxhee Wm T.Petha, E. ,
Abeli Louise D. Bakel\l.i'ra1tIlJ'R. Srnlth.W. Thoma&,1L .1. WIUlaina1 Mace I.
Cantfman, Richard B. GrlffW- Mildred Hames, Ethel .
Davis. Alma ; .James 1Priest, Granvil Dan '
> I.ew Morgans,
Andrews. Susie C. Bent.aKJnnJ ) 'Francis SIhlQ1" ,8. t Thomas A. 1. Jr. Wj1\lama. Mrs. Mack L.r
Canffman. Patricia E.Chitty Dell Marion" Gassett, Clyde Hagan John LHumphries > 'tibby. L. L" Manh*. a L,- Prie$L Mary, Dodd
Ralf V. SuiIjsJ ; Mabel' Thoma
Alvarez. Rnb8rt.r.I. ;
.T t B8tllea. Mrs.iRandell Mante \ Garrett HI Mary M.Dod.i1 .tnnnn.trlTJa. Peek. Susi B. Wager, J Oodpn
Alvarez Mn. Rubg.L 'Betbeav Llbushe DenpeY. u MoorjQueen, Esther. Margaret H. I. B. T. '
F. 0B1Il)' oodge. Yyt'ir' iZantfltoo HI "B. BeecheiC- S..qi\ts'IJ.l onoby; Thomas1 WiJIiams SIerrit H.
Albrecht. Mrs. Annai. Brown, !iwmts R. Lo3gBichard'H.! itae: Payne Stephey, l ;; Turnef Rpbu; v.hite1i a4. Audrey B.
Carlisle, X
Audrey Dill Mrt. J. P. Green Herbert Hamilton.. Mrs. Inis. G. Ilath Payne Geraldine
I Wa.-
Anderson Clifford L, &rdil Robert-3s P Cblaon Clarence W. HCMaon. FleJd HoffmeisterGertrude *" Mrs. Leooa' M. S. f.! 'Elir Thlgpen W. 1. Jr. Wlnn. 0.
J. P. HaUl
Green. *
Dill. A.
1.aodB. Powell
Andrews Nina B. BJrdlIKarjorit P. Math ws, Garl 1 SeJjei [ Thomas, Dan G. WilliJ, Edona 1I.
Mrs. Yvonne Samueliubi Mv'tTfrgin1a
Dommon 'HeWryD Grady Rev. IfugK 'L., Jr. ha U'a d Jlarcp, R Powell
SepAbuV ;
S. St'h nit'r. "
Agnew. Walter JBr&t>)ey < HJ B; i < e8i I NeWe L rs el PrSLa.ThIzna .
D. Mitchell, Ruthie MaeMiodejJNelfion WUljam'V. .
Elizabeth SmltJi"
Agnew. Loase lIio1Tyua. IleLa
Bro *. JUnaJ.e r. WIU\am E.
Fred !, Christine? Groover JapieAE, Harmon. Joe C. '
f ilvL I Pa l,1; MUdr>d.U br1
Alien. Opal. Bet Searing t Thomas Della Wolfe
Loujs ,
Canwa Levy A. L-7 Wendell Groover. JuheH H nw -
Duncan. Mri-
br1'8 Moore,, Mrs. Doris Parrish, Irene .
AUen Earnest Btowat' Rib' "\. Mona XCHeopns Dtincan."-LCnise B. Goldwiref Gilbnt 1*, Halsai% Bobert f' .- SmifliIsjt 'I'lQIIW B lc WoodS AltrM IL .,
'e1 r Virgrnli'.rMirqerean Paftisbi James P.
Alvarez. Onle L Brown. -Ji.rt s Q. SlmP6Q, Laura E. Thomas James W. Weoda Mildred I.
Fronia ,
: JC1". Goldwlre. Gladys M.Godwin. Harmon
Alvarez. J. W. BtetU1edaI i Q, Cummings Walter Dodd Dukes. Herbert Mrs." Lucile' J. Harmon), Meta Harrjc W8 ; Vae P. Peterson,11J4'Y. .Ellen' SulliL6l u n. Thomas Annt'c. Woods, Thom a R
Lee Ford" n.-u. '
Alexander Lila B17anj. MelvinHd I Studsltll W. J. Thigpen Urn; Mildred Woods.
., Ctitoznan Joe Doughman v' Geiger. Elsie' HUeD Doyle E. Lei t. L ilanhihg,' Hester C. Pollard. Emma R .
L. !
Curtis Studatlil lIrs.
Akridge W. 1. Eddie W
ia Thomas 1Iams James F.
1ChaJker. *
Mrs. C. W. Leonard tL, & .
DQubtriy Gassett; 101 11rs.
Faf toUg. Jlarf4nDc. Patfay. f.
M13Q*. Henry Nora,
Alvarez Walter A. BNIdin.I .; E. ? Smith 11", ShJ Thomaa Mallo" Jr. Williams Carleen R.
Adklns. A. E. B1Acaea" Colopan Mrs. Mary DeCaro; Margaret 1. Graham, LouJse' Halt LtDIe- Lon' Eugenst K. MorrisonMrs. Henry Perkins Ola M.Parrish. Sheppard Jlrs., Kate ThomasLeora Well Julia
C&nifon J. V. Dent. Charted' I. Gassett; Mrs. BUlia Mal ;' W.. U.
TOM Labip Mary'L.. Montgomery; David H. Enim* Jean
Allen, Andrew \ Barton Oldett W. Urt 'Bert' Tbml1nBolf, lira. lOA WbJtelurst
Andrews William BaiteIlJ'JOI>,M.. .KBaUingtotu'ttKC Colley.__ Margery C. W H. Dent' are'Herbert chelf V.'. Green J an.'vTlllfe Hamilton Hamilton Mae Belle'. Labine Rk-hara-. Miller;. W<er.JI1'eep, Baftih. B,-' s!' 1.'l' TOmIln80n. Joe P.Wdod..t; C1. ray( H. .
n. Dayton James LUfl* '
Alvarez William V JC B. J.Jtt1eJ. Miller, Charlotte:MIMontgomeryrTbeta peemes. Wflma : J'yrtle 'trawJc
t W. carie Ruth Dajtcn; Virginia .P. Gray;.Joseph ELCforman Harrington M. S. Leggett. Ka'ue Mae 7.Mbrply Fantitt.N ; B Ja.cli I. 'Wood Joseph 0.
Alexander. Phillip Blair DbwUoa 2. Scarbro R K. TraWick' Jad A. Wilaoii Isl1a.m K.
Cf Mrs. Bessie U CAarlieGrtffls ,.
Sandra w 1Bon. Dyal Peggy .. .ne BTjr,' Lee. JoeLittles. ; Charlie Prevatt L. :.
Alvarez. Sern
BWWw. Lo.1lse Twining, How !
CarttK W. M. DerkInan..OT > T. ; Martn O, R nk rsoJf.JeweU' Wjll.O .
/ Anderson. Verble BIas Ctarle!* W. ,Toble Murphy )lTauIe.Prevatt. ,MerrillPriigK" Smith r \t. TomlinSon. Rot Wlnlde George' At
W. R Dixon Leola Holland <
Cookk 'FaySGUJoti ;;William '
R J. T Minnie'Pffescott
Adams. Edmond. Biuh. BteilaJic $ LlLwso Martin." James SEith, W. II. H1tQfl'St. -
Tein1iisun. MrL Annie W&1drog. 4'
Howard W.C.Mrs. Graham EjL-Jr. Haftkerasn
rilzoil. ,
D : General t w lont iTia 'J. 3UrgaK Jam;S.' RMojseles. BeuhA .rohn
Adams. Wniiara Blye, EugeneBennett. Richard B. TomJioso, Leroy Ojorla
CrotibL l1WIl J. Jac! Waldon D.1. d
D1i BPfG 1tftn. HefldeTBon, Mf. E. Sarah .
A Van H. r44 u Gwjt 3Iinnie o1M Prinjce : Sde.'r,
Alberta H. Thonias
erson. c. W. Edw.rosWm. Mar G: < 't' ; Ynt A. J. Jr.Warr J08eph N.
Grlffln. HarrtaT EQidbetb WifliP
J'fIt fi Mrs D. H. Jr. Pierce, Lee
Anderson HJWjk NoBloodworth. James' F. CroI\b7 X D. Eppersolv W. "J. Jr. Grit < ElL Ma* Howe' 1iu .- a.rEi Slade UrL T. H. Timmons Robert WeJdrOIl WlUai 4. ,
S. t.e-i1s--Th
Ah rt);Oj Jt. Jr.Akridge Bloodworth Mra. Betty Barbara AD- MU s. B. PI Padgett.. Berry, .; Small Cleveland TlmomnBL Lena Mae Watso James t
Cameron Eppe/sdni; Dorothy Godwin, 'Eve B Harley Vlvijjtarls.
( Legg4t.I1 Morgan,,B.: L. Pcevatt-- Edna. XPrevatt. -' '
Layerae. Bass Marx Bell nette. :. Jl: "' Gn,:Audrey' t' Ii4ily Al1L Simmonr James F. Torode, .Iomi' : Wttzi, Agtiea'i

Anders 'TheE Blackwelg Grace Crosby. Albert L. h. Edwards'' LueUleGelter.' Surtipfer. E.GTlftia Ricks Samal LFttle.. Iota Morgn. Y.a.ttl Jane,..- Claude' Rot. i Stwntoai4 SttJpIaea TOI'Ode J Saftla 4burD L f
Anders. 3. Z. BlackweU D, E. % Lewis; Elmer B. MurpiJ. k PMon. Datidt Smith Austin C. Tetstone Zenas Woodburn Mildred K.
Crosbs Violet W. English R. A. LoiaT R.nkiniNan' .
Bessie ; I Burns Bell, John B. L. \ Scott. Roy Tetstone 1ldred. Ia& WillianIB. Ray
Copnetv.Herman English. Leona O. tiffI l, John L. Iaflaequljna'Bderd *TT* "' *
P. M.Barefoot r ., a.r t II? Minnie '
Barefoot. Baisden. Rosa Christmas James A. MerTilr GreenRuby1; BMlland "* Sulljvan. Mr IL U. ThODUUS.A&nea.r. WWlama Joyce I.
W" :
Reacy Baisdan Addle Christmas. Edna W. Edwards,' Mrs Merrill Green Lfflloa, Herrel', rJziar W" Sileox George C. Thomas Victoria WIllla.m8 LepueJ S.
Burne,. George W. Bines .Emma. dTt 1QUick. ci.nT' Jr., Starlipg.jrir Tbomu Leslie W. Jr.WWjam. ,
Xr.R Carrie
Gajratt* "fKUOs! Mrfe Grtjfis, Ronald1 KGrttfis Harrefl! il ,
Bessent., W. A. Jr. Brown.. X A 8r. Coitway. K.. F' I !wards-Elaine l "' :;; Gerdldlne & Lane' QUICK; c. H, Scha ffer. chai! J. lilley, W: Jl .I Blanche '
Mrs. W.'XBessent. ifarenbrqo Fieds t.ee Laurie Quick. MrsT C. H.R -
Bonham Baker. Sanders Or E. TlUey, iirL Maria Wrlgbt OIIc&t !
Conner. PttrotBy Ennls Gary Garner Gary E. Harden\ .
1f'1 n\ Lee. DelaRowland. -
Mn. Mary Bryant. Fred* Sanders R. Thomas Irene Wrig\t a1u1
Eula Mae Lrn b "
Edwards,1 ) B. E..Enais Gray; lean E. Hardenbrook Annie"Har&gihrapk 'i 'D. .
1. B.
B. Burke. GeorgvW.BaWwla 9.fIL Smith Ida lUe TIaoma
J.LIoWoOd ChestEY E.
Thomas F.Catherine.
CbLI M iZ'Al '
Mrs.Wevf n1la1 11eI&
Bessent. Mrs. Mary W. '. Biily. I .pt Bowldnd, Kiney (Mrs. Spivey.
Local) Ce1. G. Ebertej 'Russetf X Gnlard.' C. L. H.e Charley Thomas Marie Wood Mra. Chester 1\
Burney, Mrs. Gladys Binner Walter 'C. <_rer =,-LouisXCtewa EllWgton Leon A. GlllenwaltersruadelbieH Henley Jey.' Calvin Hetfen' V\ Uj>: ,- SaPP. George Turner, Janet A. Whjte Maurice J.

Burney, Mrs. O. W; Binoee Mrs.; Ma/garet. Bessie M. EHtagtonV MW:* Sehnsr GThStin U1VIunttr, Lowe. Baby'x .. Robifison, AlvinReeisteri Stanfield Johnnie Thwna W. D. White.;Mccoy a.ander .
Ooraeliur Freeman
Battle. Mabel Brewton. Joseph Lee. L Jr. $ Marie .
conway Lacy C. J. lL Thoma Elizabeth Wager Frances B
Edwards. Jr. G MtJ7 J H4 roe P.
G efl. Lee. A. J
C. .
BarkMale. Sapp J. S.
t'reekiMepttw Thomas Herbert WUlingham E.L h
CtIIl1ru. Farris H. Q
Elite. Mn. jj1f 1
Matfe G H Hajslo -. .
Mra. Vll'I'oe g x.ewt is L. KhodenT W. <
BarUdale .Cun ejn.*. Oa) M.. Emma Edwi T M.. B.liA.. al> 1f.a :J.t Roaneck Dad Sapp VIce Thomas n. Peggy WUliGerald -.P,
Bryan Mrs. Julia Cassels AWer Chandler ,H. IMVIS: Robbins Irvin Sewell Cecil L. 1L W1111 Joyce F. 'JStubbs
Brown. Gilbert J. *Mrs. EdWtJ Gocxfee, Ann; Hutttet, EvaRfnderBori / L ggstt nJ fttejdeil.' Clarence Jf.Bjb .
Cox C Chandler AttemeaseCtaylngton. Edwastdv "Bojomle 9s Ebgene' (fc Barbara. Nelson Thomu. ). Hazel Wiggins Robert A.
Beaver. Jerry Cox J. C. ., Cdtfee- Ed Jrrit'V10W; Qoedfe J6} rt8 Leol F. Seley William Go Thornten Yrs. Thelma WbeIer. B.
EjelynEa.ves. : '
Buford. R. C. Hurse. DyJ .VIHarrington. > Rosier' Mrs. N. B. Jr. lilt'
Carlton, J. D. .,, tIe Jack X : Seley, Lois T, B. SVifllaiii I
Irma. Andrews Griffla Mhrklee Audrey' Lee: Rbkiei X .B. Jr.Berister. .-
Buford. Mrs. T
CrosBy K K. Crew_ Ada Ruth SWift Robert Thornton Elmer Williams Maurice 1. ,
EdRa1I8- c. Gftttis? SI 3z.-
Bv.rn Y. Ida Mae Conner,*. CF.: 'C.Caseella ., Clark; E. C.Clarki Epps. Billy G. Ra eyL. u1. X- --' L ,> Lewis., ,, Bell- .. .Mrs, sre SWift. Meraay A. Thornton 1I&rzillie Wi11lam8 Ida Mae 'II&ruth

Bridges. Mrs. Llllle Mrs, Nancy. Buster Edwards, G. C. GI S Inwht' %cai Moxley, B."L. Jt: ,. man Jr.Kjteh Louella T. Turnier; Harry F. ,
Beaver. SusieBrownlee. Chism.. Randal R. Cole;. PormColeg. Edwards Elva Lee ClvehG.iffis s Eitth Ingram, Itta7 CarrU A Jlbx '; MraT'GweaaUn Mrs. CariytaRewe SImpsOn Geo. B. Taylor Bessie.RIley WllhiamsJoroth7 14

J. W. CJmul Xathrbe Eva EdwardGladste ft Qni nV', Brttt Edwar4 tt 1IwJ HucK. Jv Lovell Lucille lath wrLUr ''' ,. Mrs. QJa Mae"' Sheppard Dorothy J. Taylor; Aaron Kirk Young 'l'heodQre .
flgh B Sr' *
Brownlee. June Bake*, CoJapn Bjessla AlColsonr Tae/LearanUne Edwards. Corner'D; Ingixa. Lennon. John Malhews. JoMphme Randolph Ant Sbepjard, Mlles H. Todd V1rtie Tancu, E. ASjliva5n. 7.
Gruis. Jakfej l T. Ingratn"Etitabetb.
Barden Johnnie W. Clara P.- Crews Juanlta & Lennon Mary Mort : 'JH, Jr. Roberts. Joseph \Lle88 .' James A. Thigpen John L. Tan ; E. A.
Edgar. Jane! l'
PartlMi. Ora Mae Carratt. Mrs. Coula Cook. Ruby Edgar. I*, .<;uts.erttn.CyntJUa Bfomer Jt Jthtins A: Or Lane. John !r a& Mablein7 / :.?*diJJ. \ Su1\ivall. ). Linnle Tillman C. R. Yawn Thence A. ,

Brown. IL C. ,. Cwtor4 Ja .B. JeIHa GaR-- La .01 H.t-'i. M8JD M5.ay48MeyerT ; RkWfl'Lowe1'JIJ '
CttyingWni LawceiCarterPawl .C14 Edwards, Carolyn B. Griffis .PnUlip : Agnes Mae YS1FD; Lila- Rae 't'Sulllvw '
Brown. Mta. Flepence' W.X Joanp CeIVIL Howar W. Rdlietu" eph X 1' .
Lerneflt. IW4na ,'D.Carter. 'aids S L Thomaj Wea\f1 YOIW Jd.'Love
C buni, AttyK Mary:Il A ils.. ,Robert 1ks.1.Hid Bf A Ge4Roaa rdmier William J X9br Cfiale, E iiri'SOJr .. 1:4iliamdi: : "' Eie' Iftyer. Martin W.Merz. : Rbert.P-. .. : Sullivan LouIse I. Todd Laurence Young Nina JL

Bishop H. X Jr. Coran. Mrs. Sarah Colson Pearle M.Crawfevds Eberle, Hazel M Garrett. R; M.Go3drire. ., Jr. Jen3,'.. 'TIma C&liJ. James i, Roberts. 'Mrs. BeatriceftoCrU Simpson David H. Thtraton w. Ellis Yeomau. MI'L Belie .1
R..wn..ve .
Barton, 3,.C. COMA. CulaBartAri aaWjtrj t.nce t. W': Ment. HkzrfMaFsnaltT Julian Pi Smith X. L 'l'hcmton Natalie Tarboroqgb David -
EdwJa. 4mt t
; H, X. 3 y j 1 Itakberr Ra.. Jonas.mma. ; taOcet 9inniD. Brooker T. Roberta inrrelI tu Smith, Ira. lye l.
CotsonOTIlliam Crairtori t!*rot 7 AmOott. Elrod. Harry, Jr. Hemmlnsway. P.' G. S.Jaakin .. Thigpen. Wallace 11. 1'
Beanett' Loujt 4 SOrawaA Ruby : >Ed *, A 5
Mrs. IT A Re \
Bt JrCojeaian.. -H. X, I Cefe. YJ.r1e.f EdmondSbtf' Robert E. l Jir.,1babt. Sejer 'MfII. 1farfJ ThorutoD O. E YOJJ: PEIL'SDer1L'
A JL CottBftoni Dr, X T. Chandler,Anclr Edmond3on. Mar, X oover Eftaj .hM :R1clWil Ei ] WiiaaMaearaces Ruftift W.DJkr. ; tlrney 4. Thoralos orcta.1M Ton Cleo
Bicgs E. U Jr. Covlngton Bayne. Hope JD ,."s..1t"Jr ; Ge xee L Redd eteRu SintthL: s.
Mary C. Costello Bill E. EppsMrs. :'JoanS. Hayes R q 4I rMyjcttj Todd J. VTounr.. Yrt T. & J
; 4 Johns; '
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BfrSaMJw.tLL Jt. CummtogA CbArlea, CostelJA lap 5Crosby. -. p. w. iudd XiJ1 Myriok, Verts. Mt Ieedtheb", Smith. Alice Todd Leaty Young HUFf .
RTifh- CMamTiers.-LVB.: Floyd H. Ellts. Ethel 'JL 1.a1flSe.I 'F ; Robert Roberts, CartRedgrave. ._ !Sm--mt r 'l' R. 'F0I'Me.1A1 W YeIftit 1"to -
F Hutto. Mrs L.
S. Jenkins -siYiaIa
Broadway. H. C. Chambers Mra. L. B, o.by,-Tereas- 84A E1 .K..De Haile.Maude C. .L AJ1ce;- Lappe Robert H. Mabry. Cora Mae Carolyn H. Smith. 1I1'L Eva. Turner, Mary ElJa Lea Zack Sam :'
-I L5rnb1'yIctor.a, Xtabry I.-B.- Jr. j.ajzUfIs Kathelena
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'II; First Christian Church TTVyTTTTTfTMTfTVTTTTTVVVTTVTTTTTTfTTTTWTfTTTTfT You are hereby notifed that a suit
: for divorce and restoration of former
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED name has been filed against you in
Morning worship, 11 a.m. the above named Court and cause THEMADISON

Rev. J. E. Sherwood pastor CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy and you are required to serve a copy
I \-CHURCH-NEWS I' of your answer' or .pleading to the
7 Sunday School 10 a.m. complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney,
Youth Churcn 7 p.m. Ozora .J. ShellAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiA Lloyd Bass, 312 Clark Building Jack-
sonville 2, Florida and file the origi- STREET
Wednesday Prayer Meeting, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A A A A AA A A ..AaA. A nal in the office of the Clerk of the
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7:30 p.m. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before

Adult Choir practice, 6:45: p.m. Pre.PlannlnConference; of Bethlehem Freewill Baptist the 15 day of September 1958,
otherwise the allegations of said com-
Wednesday. The"teachers of Bradford County -I Church ''who preached out of his plaint will be taken as confessed >>>y

Methodist Church At The TabernacleAmong Ladies Council lit and 3rd Schools are in their regular soul and gave us a burning mes- you. BAPTIST CHURCH
This notice shall be published once
Tuesday nights.Everybody pre-planning period for the opening sage from St. Matt:. 56. The Holy each week for four consecutive weeksIn

Church School 9:45: a. m. the visitors viewing the welcome to each of school. These groups will Spirit was present throughout the the Brac\ford County Telegraph.

Morning Worship 11 a. m. with "Feast of. Belshazzar" paintinglast service. plan for two weeks. On WedneSday entire_ service. Service was held Dated(SEAL this) 6 day of August. n*s.

message by' Rev. Stephen R. week was'Miss Ada Carroll, August 27, W. E. Combs; throughout last week at the CHARLES A. DARBY

Schieb who spent 42 years serv- musical director of Asbury College St. Mark's Episcopal specialist in Secondary Educa- church. Come visit our friendly By Clerk Marian of the L. ,Crosby Circuit, Deputy Court. Clerk.8114.4x94. Invites; You To

ing his church in the Pittsburgharea Wilmore, Ky., who is a former tion from the State Departmentof little church in South Starke | :

before coming to Florida. A college mate and a present Rev Raymond >6. MacBlatn Education will work' with the where pastor Howard and the

nursery is provided for those.with guest of Mrs. R. M. Gamble, Key- Sunday Services-9:45 a.m. teachers at RJE curriculum members will make you feel at

small children who worship with stone Heights. Other guests were Church School; 11:00: a.m., Morn- revision. The study was started home. The welcome mat and the NOTICE TO DEFEND

Us. MYF. 6:30: p. m. Union Service from Savannah, Ga. and else- !'ng,Prayer and Sermon. last year with'D. E. Williams Con; latch will .be found on the out- I.Florida Circuit IB Court Chancery.Bradford Comity

8 1', m. in the First Methodist where. Holy Communion-First Sunday sultant for, Negro Schools. This side. Everyone is welcome to visit Case No. 12-603 Ifh61d1

Church with Rev, Oliver Car- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Travis again 11:00: a.m.; Third Sunday, study will involve the teachers of with us anytime we have service. Homer R. Ellis' Jr. Plaintiff vs.
Sara E. Ellis
inichael of Goodbys Lake Church' had charge of the children's 7:30: a.m. the high school and those work- Sister W. Strong, reporter. NOTICE TO, Defendant.APPEAR

Jacksonville bringing the message meeting Saturday night.A Wednesday-7:00 p.m. Choir ing on the "core program" in the New' Bethel Baptist Church To: Sara E. Ellis, whose residenceand

Practice; 7:45: p.m. Litany and seventh and eighth grades. On New Bethel Baptist Church. Rev.A. address is: 41? McDonald Drive,
special is being arranged Wilmington. North Carolina.
Bible Study. Monday Supt. H. P. Morgan welcomed Vinson, pastor held a,one day You are hereby notified that a suitor

Presbyterian Church for next Saturday that and greeted old and new session for the Missionary Association divorce has been filed against

will delight the children. teachers and made many Import- of the Mt. Sinia Associa- you in the above named Court and
cause and you are required to serve
Fri. Adult Choir practice 8 Affi PARK BAPTIST CHURCH ant remarks concerning the pro- tion, president Susie Trapp In a copy of your answer or pleading to

p.m. HIWAY CHAPEL Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn- gram In the schools for this term. charge. Sunday School was held complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney IN THEIR FIRST SERVICESAugust
Lloyd Bass. 312 Clark Building,
I 11 Training .
Sun. Church School for all ASSEMBLY OF GOD fig Worship a. m. Nurse McKnight and Mr. Trawick at the regular hour morning ser- Jacksonville 2, Florida and file the

ages 9:45: a. m:; Morning Worship G. M. Osborae, Pastor Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Wore shared with the teachers sIgnifi- vice at 11 a. m. Sermon by Rev. original in the office of, the Clerk ofthe

Services- Rev. Oliver Carmichael Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn 'ship, 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer cant information from the Brad- George Lee music by Antioch day Circuit of September Court on 1958 or before; otherwise the 15

of the Gcodby's Lake ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic Service Wednesday 7:30: p. m. ford County Health Center in the choir, 3 p. m. sermon was delivered the allegations of said Complaint will

Presbyterian Church of Jacksonville Service, 7:45 p. m. Thursday Everyone welcome. absence of Dr. A. Y. Covington, by Rev L.-A?,Tillman. The enrollment be This taken notice as confessed shall be published by you. once,

11 a. m.; Youth Fellowship, weekly prayer service.. Invita- Health, Officer. Nurse McKnight and other monies raised each( week for four consecutive weeksin 24
BROOKEK BAPTIST CHURCH the Bradford Telegraph.
6:30: p. m.; Evening Worship at tion extended to everyone. urged all parents to have children amounted to a little more than} Dated this 6 day County of August, 1958.

the First Methodist Church with Sunday School ll a. m.; morn checked physically before entering $66.00 which was good consideringthe CHARLES A. DARBY, '
EVERGREENBAPTIST ing worship, 11 a. m. training Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Rev. Carmichael, 8 p. m. ; school. If you do.not bring them division of the membershipdue By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
CHURCH union 7 worship
Tues. Women of the Church. p. m.; evening to the Health Unit on Wednesdayor to double funerals.We 8114.4t-9I4|
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach 8
8 p. m.Wed. p. m. Saturday, carry them to your regret the passing of Sister
tng 11 ".. m. Training Union 6:30p. : Wednesday-Hour of Prayer, SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M.
Junior Choir'practice, family physician. It Is necesary Minnie Ola Mosley, faithul mem- :
m. 7:39 m.
Preaching Prayei
3p.m. p. to see that they have shots for ber of the church and deaconess.She NOTICE tO DEFEND

Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. small pox and polio and be properly died after, an extended ill- I.Florida Clrealt Court Bradford Conatr. P. T. NOLIN
CHURCH OF CHRIST : IB Chancery. SuperintendentJ.
? CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST vaccinated. Parents should ness and hospitalization in Starke Case No. 12-602 ,
LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST O. L. Overturf Jr., Minister Gloria Hooten, Plaintiff, WalterH. O. GAY Assistant
arrange to carry children to the and Jacksonville. She passed at ,
(presently meeting in City Hall) Sunday Sunday School, 10 Hooten Defendant.
Services each Sunday in old dentist and eye doctor, if necessary Brewster Hospital on Sunday NOTICE TO APPEARTo
Sunday-Bibl study, 10 a. m., a. m., morning service, il a. m., '
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- Mr. Trawick emphasized the morning: Funeral arrangementshave : Walter H. Hooten, whose residence -
worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung. evening service 6:30 p. m. and address: is UNKNOWN.You .
day School 10 a. m. Sacrament importance of all persons over 18 not been completed.
people's Bible are hereby notified that a suitor MORNING \WORSHIP 11 A.M.
Bible 7:30
Wednesday study
Service ,'::30 p. m. Everyone wel 7:30. years having a chest x-ray when: Regular services will be held on divorce and restoration of maiden -
study 7 preaching :
; p. m. name has been filed against you inthe
coma the free mobile unit comes to Sunday with choir No. I under
Bible 7:30p. i above named Court and cause
Wednesday- study, FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH '
Bradford County September 11 to. the direction of Sister Lottie En- and you are required to serve a copy J. H. MABRY, JR.,. Pastor
mGIJLA.N1'' m. Lawtey i of your answer or pleading to the
t BAPTIST ) Radio programStation A. E. Massey Pastor 20. The dates' and locations will glish in charge of music. Missionary complaint on the'Plaintiff's Attorney

CHURCH be anounced later. Let us find the outing, originally plannedfor Lloyd Bass, 312 Clark Building Jacksonville
School WRGR, Monday, 6:3p: a. m. Bible school, 10 a. m. 2, Florida original "ETERNAL VALUES"CONSECRATION
,Sunday 9:45: ,a, m. cases of T. B. that we have reasonto Keystone Heights, has been and ,file the
Preaching 11 a. m. in the office of the Clerk of the
Horning Worship, 11 a. m. and CHURCH OF GOD believe are active, in Bradford postponed until next year. The Circuit Court on or before the 15 day
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Evening Service 7:30 p. m. Is free National oJ September, 1958: otherwise the
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn Bible Study and Prayer Meet County. The chest x-ray delegation for the Bap- allegations of said Complaint will be
Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Rev. ing Worship, 11 a m. Sunday only takes a few seconds and does tist Convention will leave by taken as confessed by you.
ing, 7:30: Wednesday.Radio SERVICE2 PM
George CUsm putor.. 'Everybody Evening Service, 7:45 p. m. YPE pm. not hurf. All persons In the countyover special train Labor Day In Jack- !. This notice shall be published once
welcome. program, 8 to 8:30: a. each week for four consecutive weeks
Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m 01. each Sunday over station 18 are urged to participatein sonville. In the Bradford County Telegraph.

..PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. WRGR; Starke. this program designed' to pro- Joan Jenkins, reporter'is( still (SEAL Dated) this 6 day of August, 1958. CLIFFORD WALKER, Speaker

: LAWTEr tect you and improve your healthif on vacation in Jacksonville.
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn, HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH necessary. Deacon Elmer Shell has been Clerk of the Circuit Court

Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morn Ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Service Beach Outing Labor Day shut in for more than a week with By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
tag Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Premillennial Fundamental 8114.4t914NOTICE | | TRAINING UNION 6:45 PM
aervlc 7:30 Saturday, 7:30 p. m. All aboard for a delightful trip flu.Deacon ::
p. m. Missionary. Seven miles south of to Fernandina.Beach on Monday. and Mrs. B. T. Marshall TO DEFEND!!

7:30 Wednesday p. m. Prayer Meeting HEILBRONN&>0 'ARY Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack- September 1. Bus will leave Ebe- Sr., Mrs. Eli Graham and Mrs. la Florida Circuit la Court Chancery Bradford County, R. O. DANSBY, DirectorJ.
pastor. McNeil returned to the Case No. 12-600
BAPTIST CHURCH nezer Baptist Church at 8 a. m. Corean

KINGSLEY LAKE Sunday Schoo 10 a, m. Morning Sunday School, 10 a. m., Worship A small transportation fee will city this week after a fine trip to Jesse Norris Norris, Defendant., Plaintiff YS. Persephone T. LAWSON, Assistant

MISSIONARY BAPTIST Worship, 11 a, m. Evening 11 a. m.. Training Union 7 be asked of each person going. points east.Mother NOTICE ,TO APPEARTo -

Sunday school 9:45: : aum. 'MornIng 'Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training p. m.. Evening Worship, 8 p. m. Please make reservations early so Sophia Royal and : Persephone Norris, whose residence .-

Worship 11 am. Evening Union'(Sundays) 6:30: p. m. :MidWeek Wednesday Prayer meeting that you will have a good seat. daughter Alma 'Jenkins will have and are hereby address.notified is: UNKNOWN.You that a suitor EVENING SERVICE 7:45 PM

Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7:30: p. m.Everyone. Refreshments will be available on extended visits in New York and divorce, care, custody and control :
of minor child has been filed a-
each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone 7:30 p.m. welcome.St. the bus. For further information Philadelphia. ;ainst you in the the above named

welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, contact Henry Bryant, Supt. Ebe- Greater Allen Chapel AME Court and cause and you are requiredto
NORTH SIDE Edward's Catholic Church serve 'a copy of your answer or
Church Church
or Super-
nezer Baptist pleading to the complaint on the
BAPTIST CHURCH Starke, Florida visor Shell. This may be your last Greater Allen Chapel A. M.'E. Plaintiff's Attorney Lloyd Bass, 312

HAMPTON Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. beach this Church Rev. L.' A. Sampson, Clark Building Jacksonville 2,
chance to go to the Florida and file the original in the
; CHRISTIAN. CHURCH ing .WorshIp, 11 a. m. Training Holyday Masses at 8:30: a. m. &:: season as Labor Day, usually pastor conducted the last rites office of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton Y

Christian Kudeavor, Friday, 7:89!) Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- 5:30: p. m.Weekday. marks the, close of, the regular: for Solomon Albright at 11 a. m. or before the 15 day of September,

p. m. Bible Study, Wednesday, ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Mass at 8:00: a. m. summer season at the beach. This and Bro. Willie Bass at 2:30: p. said 1958;Complaint otherwise will the be taken allegations as confessed -

7:3Q p. m. Sunday Morning Wor- Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. Everyone Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8: excursion is for the benefit of m. Each family group is deeply by you. '
snip, 11 a. m. Evening Worship, welcome.-Rev. Gerald Suggs, pas P. m. This notice shall be published once
Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev., gratful to the pastor, membersand each week for four consecutive weeksin
7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 a. in. tor. Baptisms, marriages and In;, E. D. Robinson ,pastor. friends for participation on, the Bradford County Telegraph.
structions by appointment. Dated this 6 day of August, 1958..M' .
New Teachers \ program, condolences_ and other: (SEAL) .

FIRST .BAPTIST Church. Starke YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.YYyyyy Hardwick Taylor, son (Dewey expressions Of sympathy of'their aunng Clerk CHARLES of the Circuit A. DARBY Court.,

Taylor, Sr. and Mother Wolf has the illness and death By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk r 1

LONG BRIDGE been appointed as teacher of Asocial I loved ones.Sunday ..8Iu.n9ItXOTICE | | 4e

Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor AND NEW RIVER studies at RJE, replacing Rev. will be 'Men's Day all TO DEFEND

Jefferson Roosevelt Dell, Jr. :who has goneto day starting with Sunday School, I. Circuit Court, Bradford County,
and Court Streets In the Heart of Town
Hn. E. A. -
Sapp Atlanta Ga. to pastor and attend Supt. ,Homer Williams in charge. Florida: la Chancery.
Case No. 12-601
Phones: Office 234 Pastorlum 130 .&A&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& Gammon Theological Semin: The speaker for the morning wor- Mary Elizabeth Crocker, Plaintiff,

t to earn the B. D. Degree. Tay ship hour will be J.. D. Greene, vs. Thomas Lee Crocker, Defendant.
SUNDAY SERMONS11:00 P.M. Howdy folks, have been gone ary teacher of 8th grade at RJE at NOTICE TO APPEAR
A.M. 8:00
lor comes to us highly qualifiedwith To: Thomas Lee Crocker, whose
for quite a while but am glad to the B. S. degree from Be- 6 p.: m. Prof. Elmer R. Shell, coach residence and address is UNKNOWN Irv
Sunday School.9:45: AJU.:\ Training Union 6:30 P.M. be, back. I have been visiting my College Daytona and teacher at RJE. All men are You are hereby notified that a suit
thune-Cookman ,
for divorce and restoration of maiden
daughter and family, Mr. and Beach. He is a graduate of RJE, asked to do their full duty so name has been filed against you in
:Midweek ,
Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Mrs. Bill Laslo in Washington interruptedby that this drive will mean much in the above named Court' and cause

D. C. While there Nina Cosette, whose education was church and you are required to servea
A FRIENDLY' WELCOME AWAITS YOU a tour of duty in the service. the purchasing our copy of your answer or pleading -
their daughter was born. windows. Sister E. J. Givens, re- to the complaint on the
Wheeler S.
Belle B.
Mrs. Minnie ,
Plaintiffs Attorney Lloyd Bass 312
Mr. and Mrs. Beland Johns
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Florida Normal & Industrial Me- porter. Clark Building, Jacksonville 2. Flori- DARRE SANFORD EvangelistDAILY
announce the birth of a son, Le- morial will teach during the leave Bethlehem Freewill'Baptist da, and file the original in the officeof ,
land B. They have already nick- the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
of absence granted Mrs. Maurice Church or before the 15 day of September,
named him"Sawyer". Bethlehem Freewill Baptist 1958; otherwise the allegations of
sixth grade.
The perfect tribute toa 1 Mrs. Nan Meritt was In Jack- White District, teacher Meeting of PostponedThe Church Rev. L. McKay, pastor said Complaint by you. will be taken as confessed :

sonville Saturday and Sunday held regular pastorial day on This notice shall be published once s Kn. : X
cherished memory visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ham- meeting :for District V of Sunday with Church School at each week for four consecutive week
The Florida State Teachers Association in the Bradford County Telegraph. j
ock and sister, Mrs. Myrtle Andrews the usual hour" assistant supt Dated this 6 day of August. 1958.
will not be held in Ocala
Every funeral that we conduct I A. C. Cardy in charge, league was (SEAL
August 27 as previously plan- CHARLES A. DARBY,
is a source of sustaining Miss Mary Frances Dekle of I on held at 4:45: p. m. evening service Clerk of the Circuit Court

solace and spiritual inspiration 1 Jacksonville spent all of last week ned because of many existing con- at 7:30 p. m. Everybody is By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.8114.4t914.
flicts in the schedule for the con- | |
to the with the M. L. Johns family. going to Silver Springs on Satur- :
teachers -
't sultants. Bradford County -
0 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moody and August 23. The bus will leave
in the
Hundreds of details are managed and economical boys Sonny and Clyde were In will continue to plan the church at 8:30: in the morn- IB Circuit Court Bradford Coaaty.
individual schools, A later Florida: la Chancery
ly attended to that trained High Springs Sunday'afternoon ing. There will be a small trans-
only a and careful will be set for this meeting. The Case No. 12-613
visiting friends. They also visited portation fee for children and Martha Lee Coomes, Plaintiff vs.
organization can perform when the urgent need first regular meeting of the Brad-
Bernard M. Coomes, Defendant
Camp O'Leno, where the boys hada is
adults. The general public cor-
for serving is at hand.DeWITT ford County Teachers Associationwas NOTICE TO APPEARTo
invited to attend. "Bring
held on Tuesday at RJE, dially : Bernard M. Coomes, whose residence -
Last Thursday Mrs. Dottie An- your lunch and I'll ,bring mine, and address-is: 768 South 6th '
C. JONES derson was In Jacksonville to see president C. C. Anderson in we'll spread the cloth and all will Street, Louisville, Kentucky.You \J
FUNERAL DIRECTOR charge. Several very Important are hereby notified that a suit
AMBULANCE SERVICE her aunt. Mrs. Agnes Des Noyers, dine." Sister Gladys Blye report- for divorce, care custody and controlof
,PHONE 7 who is ill in Duval Medical Cen- committees were appointed. by the minor children<< has been flied against -
president. you in the above named Court
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and accept ter. All Reporters and cause and you are required to .
ANY Sunday'dinner guests of the E. It's A Girl! all back from vacations, serve a copy of your answer or plead-
life insurance policy in force, issued by ANY company, as' We ae
and Johnsonare ing to the complaint on the Plaintiffs -
Mr. Johnny
and Mrs. Mrs.
In m full A. Sapps were Mr. : almost. We will expect your news Attorney Lloyd Bass, 312 Clark ,
payment funeral services.
part or. on Consultation .
Bobbie Crews of Arlington Texas ___ the___ happy'Barents of__ a baby_ regularly each wees Let u reach Building. Jacksonville 2, Florida and

carrie BO obligation. and Mr. and Mr .,Pete Sapp and girl born August 13. She weighed editor by Monday, not later file the original in the office of the
your Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before -
son. Mike of Palatka. 10 IDS. at birth and was named than 4 p. m. so that I may haveit the 15 day of September, 1958: SCHEDULE FOR REVIVALAS

Visiting Mrs. Nan Merritt last Glenda I Faye, honoring her maternal in the office of The Telegraph otherwise the allegations of said Com
plaint will be taken as confessed .by
LET US FIGURE ON YOUR.NEXTBUILDING Saturday were Mrs. Edith Hersey, grandmother Glennis Solo- before noon Tuesday. We are gladto you FOLLOWS
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hersey and :mon. Johnny Johnson is an employee welcome Sister Blye back who This notice shall be published once :
each week for four consecutive weeks
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hersey- all of of Bradford Furniture has' either been out of town. or in the' Bradford County Telegraph..
Jacksonville.Mrs. Company. Evelyn is a recent Datd this 8 day of. August! 1958.
JOB at the switch""MuSingBra" EVERY MORNING
r "asleep
George Anderson was in graduate of RJE. Mother and (SEAL CHARLES) A. ,DARBY .

Jacksonville visiting her sister, daughter are reported doing fine. music and Clerk of the Circuit Court 9:30-10:30 : : '
Don't forget the .
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk8114t914
Congratulations to this happy
last Sunday.
Mrs. Sue Cooper
"For dramatic recital at Ebenezer Bap- | '
She also visited her relatives the pair. BIBLE' STUDY ,
tist Church Sunday night,at 8:3( : ; :
W. J. Fitzgeralds ,of Savannah Eastern Stars Meet j

/.* Free Ga.We The regular- meeting of Dell p.treat m. You because can it afford Is free this for musical one Termite Control "BOOK OF JUDE"EVERY '

are glad to welcome Mr. and Chapter 168 of Starke will he held Benefit church and "
R and all, ,.
Estimates I'' Mrs. Jay Moody and boys who on Thursday night at 8 p. m. All FOR DEPENDABLE '
baby contest. !
lc have moved back to our community. members of the chapter are asked NOON .
S Hooebold A 'OnmmeJ'tW
= We also,welcome Mr. and Mrs. !to be present and on time. Sister .
Phone Meadows Anderson and their girls Janie S. Mitchell Worthy Ma- THE BIGHT POINT for the Feet Control WRGR RADIO ;

who have, moved here from De- tron. war you write. Come to and lie- ..
S Grove
o 493J ---- Church News lest your favorite ESTERBROOK Spnyiif "BIBLE IN ACTION"
and Mrs. Harold Shiver First Born Temple Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.
can FR 6-2661 t
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIALREPAIRS and boys, Richard and Billie of First Born Temple Elder P. A'OTICE TO DEFEND '

Keystone 'Heights were Sunday Howard pastor held their regular I. Circmlt C..rt. 'Bradford C utr, Florida Pest Control] EVERY EVENING--7:45-9:00. : .

night and Monday guests of Mrs. service on Sunday. The Fellowship Case No. 12-C05 I I
FUrUa: I. Ch .**ry. & Chemical Co.
Nan Merritt., Union met and devotion was-led Billie Felice. Plaintiff n Joseph F

Mr. and Mrs. Bobbie Crews and by Sister, Ruby Albert and,Sister Felice, Defendant Ii REVIVAL SERVICESPAGE
J. 1 THOMASConstruction NOTICE TO APPEAR Ii V.,W. 161* AT*.
two, children; of Arlington. Texas Elizabeth Dean, after which'.the 1 To: Joseph f. Felice, whose residence i-

spent last week with Mrs. :U rUe president Elder Sampson'White:, and address la: XormaqdieHntri +fWeeerrme, FtorfcU
31th and Chestnut Streets. 1
Crews ... presented ,Rev. L.. McKay pastor Philadelphia. Pennsylvania .