Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01513
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 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: UF00027795:01513
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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; ; Raid Brings New School Term Starts Tuesday

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#y' rg I 1 located on Highway 100, south at
: 2 a.m. last Sunday resulted in 1 <

r, II I 1 I Charges against Ruby Thomson,
I; tp i t Almost a third of the popula-
operator, on counts ot; ,
tion of Bradford County (around
I I 1: Sale of whiskey in a dry
county. 13,200 students and 137 teachers]
Till go back to school next Tuesday -
2. Contributing to the delinquency -
>ti 'I of minors. Sept. 2,'after an all-too-brief

TORNADOES SWEAT% IT OUT occupational 3.. Operating license.In a business. without I I summer And another holiday large segment of

a preliminary. hearing before the co nty's population (Imcth-

w r Judge T. A, Yawn Monday, Mrs. :era and fathers] will be concern- 'Z-
Calvin Pace 230-pound Torn a single candidate has dropped expected to report with the open-i I Thompson pleaded guilty to all ed with'' getting their children out

do center "hits the sack" under cut in spite of the torrid sessions. ,II ing of school Sept. 2. three counts. She was: i io! bed fed. dressed and off to w v _

/ a gruelling August sun as other I Usually, he has quite a few boys 1 Uniforms will be issued to the Fined $500 or sentenced to six school en time after three months

squad members wait their turn in who lose their enthusiasm for I,I squad members Monday morning mcnths on the charge of liquor,cf late-sleeping luxury. 1

the twice-daily pre-school practice -I football when the going gets ; (Labor Day] starting at 7:30: p.1' selling: I I" Principals of both the Starke r I f 4

sessions. rcugh in summer practice sessions. m., Register said. An afternoon Fined $150 or sentenced to 60 _
Elementary and Bradford High
Coach Lennard Register, still [I I Fifty-eight hopefuls were out :session will be held from 3:30: to day on charge of operating without -I School predicted enrollment increases I

enthusiasticover this season's 1 for practice this week and Register 6 Monday, and daily after that a licenser during the new term. Contributing __ _

prospects, said yesterday that not said six or eight more are i from .3:30: to 5:30.: Received suspended sentence on' factors were listed as

--- -- charge of contributing to delinquency ''an influx of workers during the a., r.
of minors on condition that _
Girl next few' weeks or months on: -w
Lawtey Man Injured Freak Accident she not reopen the Friendly Stop. U. S. 301 four-laning project; was 903, and this, year's might j \J.\\: FACULTY FACLS in the high school are pictured aboveas

The Sunday morning raid was construction work en the new soar to 975 due .to: effected incoming teacher were briefed this week by Principal Burn

Flown HomeIn made by Deputies Dolph Reddish, State Prison plant; activity on the 40 to 50 high school students er W I'ayne (center). Left to right: Gilbert Waterfall, Columbia -

I Killed By Train Navy PlaneMary Hospitalizes Man following Russell Redding a previous, and"buy"C. A.of Cox illegal -, natural school's gas own pipeline half-million: and dollar the from arrangements Keystone for.Heights,, bus transportaticn if pending-, .- S, C., 11th and 12th grad.English, ; Curtis :Marlow New-

liquor by an undercover are completed.The berry, vocational agriculture; Wm. D. Faxon, Starke, 7th and
construction to start
agent of the State Beverage Department program 8th grade subjects; Miss Virginia KajM, Tampa, social studies
Alvie Rowe, 56, o{ Law- new term will start offi-
Perry Burnseed 42
ercy Ellen,Switzer, 12 year old of Lake several months from now.
tey was Instantly! ) killed Saturday Butler is recovering in Bradford cially for the high school students, and 9th grade English; Mr. Payne; Mrs ..Gf'Orge1nklt>r,
granddaughter of Mrs. C. In the Sunday raid, however, P. T. Noun elementary princi-
shortly after 8 p.m. when hit by M. County Hospital after what is believed enrollment last term grades 7 through 12, at 8:20: a. m. Starke 9th and 10th grade English; MLss Betty: Gilmore Georgia -
the deputies found no whiskey pal, reported
SAL Silver Star. Whitehead of Santa Fe Lake, Tuesday with a'mass assembly in home ....
the to have been a freak accident enly a pile of empty bottles be- hit, 1.045 and predicted he would f''onomles11.' Martha Rozier, Athens, Ga., typing
The engineer of the train said who was so dramatically rescued the stadium [or gym if weatheris *
that caused bullets to be 1 and 2, bookkeeping Mrs. Keystone
hind the counter. ReddlSfl said pick up a 30 to 40 pupil increase ; Key Sargent, Heights,
he saw Rowe walking south about July 14 by Bill Pace> also of Santa lodged in his abdomen about 4 there were six or eight minors this term.. bad). The students will be 7th and 8th grade
and one-half miles north of briefed on procedure and policiesby
one Fe Lake, arrived home in a. m. last Friday. along with the 25 or 30 adults in High school principal, B. W.
Lawtey. He s? d Howe stepped last Burnseed was bartender at the place at the time of the raid. Payne said last year's enrollment the principal and directed to
Birmingham Friday by Navy
off to the side of, the tracks but their homerooms where they will
apparently not far enough. The i plane. Union a Tavern short,distance a liquor across store the located -- --- -- -- -- -- pick up their individual class Free Chest X-Rays Set For Sept. 11-20 I I

north-bound train hit' him throw The Navy flew the critically inJured Union County line schedules.,Regular periods will be
ing him about 12 feet against girl to Birmingham where carried on then for the remainder Two mobile X-ray units will be, Friday, Sept. 12, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.;
100 and it is
reported that he
fence. I she is now "resting comfortably" had gone to bed in the establish- of the first full day, dismissing : in the county from Sept 11 2 to 5 p.m.Lawtey .
Mr. Rowe was. born in Bradford i i in The Crippled Children's Clinic. ment at 3:15.: { through Sept. 20 for the purposeof : Roberts Store Tues.,
County, June 21, 1902. His par !Joseph L.-Switzer, her father, said cigarette.apparently a lighted. Elementary students will also helping you to prove to yourself Sept. 16, 12 noon to 3 p.m.:; 4 to

entsvere the late David and Catn- the Navy volunteered to transport .| begin their first day at 8:20: a. I| that you pave a "'healthy' 7 p.m.

erine Rowe. He was a farmer and!Mary Ellen when it was found Investigating officers advancethe m. with any new students or first :; chest. There is no charge tor Bradford Furniture Co. (CU. S.

well known in the community as I[ that the trip in a commercial theory that the cigarette' set graders who have not already I the service and it is approved by 301 North), Wed., Sept. 11I to
an expert strawberry setter. He the mattress on fire and the resulting J j local doctors. Everyone over 18 11 a.m.
difficult for at the
plane might be too kr registered asked to do so
was a member of the Highland ]her. heat exploded three'.car- ? A principal's office. First grade pu- years of age is eligible for this Big Dad Manufacturing Co.,
Baptist Church. tridges in a revolver that Burn- tree X-ray. Wed., Sept. 17, 2 to 4 pm.
j P pils will be' dismissed at 1 p. m. .
while in SantaFe
Injured diving v
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.I seed had under his pillow.: 'J/j : for the first six weeks. With this This opportunity is provided Heilbronn Springs: Keddish'a

Jewell ,Lunsford Rowe of Starke:I! Lake near Melrose, Mary Ellen Lyman Green, owner of the exception, the three lower' grades jointly by the local TB and Health I Store, Thurs., Sept IS, 11 a.m.

three daughters, Mrs. Freda Har-|might have lost her life but for tavern brought the wounded 'man m., and Association Bradford County.) to.2 pjn. .
i will Dismiss 1.i\.q: .J ,
denbrookjof.Starke.. Rita Ann and the quick thinking and. proper' to the hospital l i/Starke, where the three upper grades*at 3:10.: Health Dept.. 453 the Florida Lincoln City: Schoolhouse,

|I'L Marlene 'Rowe o| Starke; three action: of young Pace; When he it.'was found"that.one" of the, bullets -'fBoth fcafeterlaV.will be in operation Departmer of Health.. Tl\eir. goal ,1 nrs., Sept 18, 4 to 7 pjn.!
t?T foiia, ,Truby N.' {. Leonard C., -and had entered his left arm, with is to X-ray 3,000 people. Thomas Lumber Co. ((11. 15. 301
Carlos Rowe, ,all of Starke} one noticed that ,she did not come'p! travelled downward into his left students'on meals opening at 25 cents Workers in this field point out South)', Fri., 'Sept. 19, 3:30 To a

brother, Cljnt, Rowe of Highland; after her dive from the dock he side, lodging in the abdomen. pegged Dial tuberculosis is curable, but '. '
each the same price
two sisters Mrs. Viola Prescott of went in after her. dragged her to i[The bullet was removed at, the a last school' term. finding it early is-very important. p.m.Reno' Theatre: Sat., Sept. 13,

Highland, and ,Mrs. 'Myra Griffis shore and'administered artificial I hospital and Burnseed's condition The high school teaching staff The' X-ray takes only a few min-! 10 am. to 1 p.m.; 2 to :5 p.m.
of Lawtey; and five grandchil utes' time and will (be a big satis-
Wednesday was reported as"good" -- -- Reno Theatre: Fri., 19..10a.m.
respiration. He had her breathing I has eight new faces [see photo on that Sept.
when find
I faction to you you
dren.Funeral: services, were held Monday : again when the Keystone Heights I / lack Walton this page] but the elementary you are negative. The hidden j i to 1 p.m.
A gun was turned over to Union Paging school faculty remained intact, aj I Reno Theatre: Sat., Sept. 20,
at 2 p.m. in DeWitt C. Jones Volunteer Rescue Squad arrived. case of tuberculosis can be
County Deputy A. ,A. Sweat as just as it was last year, withouta I 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 2 to 5 p.m.
Chapel with interment at Crosby The girl was taken to Baptist having been the gun'that held the COUNCILMAN Billy Xoegel hopes he can snag, votes In the source of danger: ; not only to you
singlenewcomer. Christmas Seal sales m brad-
Lake Cemetery. Rev. George but to your children. Check and 11
Chism officiated. Memorial Hospital where it was exploded bullets. It was a..32 Colt forthcoming City Election as successfully as he captured this The high school faculty has I be sure. ford County this year showed the

found that she had broken ,her with a four-inch barrel and the 63-Inch sword fish, off Mayport one day last week. Noegel stepped up from 38 to 41, includ- I Save this schedule and be sure I highest rate of increase of any

Stores Will Close neck. She has been partially paralyzed wooden stock had burned com- plans to have his trophy mounted. ing an instructor of one new DCT that you are X-rayed when the unit in Florida. These worker
1 since the injury. Doctors at pletely away. Four shells were in' -;- [Diversified Cooperative Train- unit comes to your community. did a good job, and you can help

For Labor. Day the Birmingham clinic say they the chamber and three had exploded 'I Legion To Aid Farm Bureau ing] unit: an additional voca- Starke: Florida Bank at Starke, by having a chest X-ray at the

i cannot, at present, make any tional home economics unit; and Sept. 11-20,10 a.m. to 1 pjn.; 2 to most convenient time and place.

Labor Day, Monday, Sept 2, statement about the permanenceof The percussion caps seemed to Defenser Family Night an assistant principal. 5 p.m. II: If inconvenient to obtain the

r x Is an official Chamber of Commerce her paralysis. have exerted their force in both Civil Meeting Is Set Principal: Payne said that returning Hampton: City Hall, Thurs.,|: X-ray in your own community, a

listed holiday in Starke and Young Pace Melrose High student directions. Nothing but rathei r students and teachers Sept. 11, 10 ash to 1 p.m.; 2 tot 1 i unit will Be In front of the Florida -

mcst local business establish- received a citation from J. jogged holes remained where the Set-up Here The Bradford County Farm ,will have access to $1.000 worth 5 p.m. I|I Bank at Starke all through

ments will be closed. C Gissendaner, Rotary District }had! been. Bureau ,will hold its annual fam- of books in the field of science Brooker: Community Center,!.! the period.

Also holidaying will be local Governor, at the close of the Key- Burnseed is said to have told l An assist to the community in ily meeting and dinner at the I which have been loaned to the -----

banks, the post office, courthouse, stone Heights Swim Program last investigating officers that the in. developing a Civil Defense organization farm of Rep. Doyle Conner, Sept I school on a circulating library Trail Ridge Two More Join

and city hall. month, for rescuing Mary Ellen. cident was an accident. in Bradford County 6. basis by the American Associationfor
was discussed at the regular meet- The program will begin, at :5 I I the Advancement of Science.. Bowling Team
of American Legion Post 56 p.m. with dinner (fish fry) to be

i New Madison Street Baptist Church Dedicated Sunday"To Tuesday ing night after an effective served at 6.Nomination. for members of the Attitude' Blamed Beats HighlandNew Group

program on the subject presentedby For Auto Accidents"Don't
Board of Directors wUl be an-

God be the glory" was the Many guests took part in the the evening hour of worship wit The Jack 70 Trawick.members attending the nounced at this meeting. ,Presi- let temper get the Kingsley Beach was the Terwillegar Motors and Flynn's

theme of Sunday services in the I abundant) noon meal which was Rev. Darrel Sanford of Cherry. meeting were shown several films dent Foster Shi Smith says 'This of you.."your'the advice giv- setting for ,a bowling match between Drug Store are the two newest
new buildings of the Madison spread on tables along the cov- vale Kansas as' the evangelist.The is a family meeting. Come, bring best was Dupont's Highland and Trail
on the effects of atom and hYdrogen Jansen Starke firms to join the group of
R. Troop
Street Baptist Church in Starke. ered and food en drivers by D.
walkways between the build- the family enjoy good Ridge plants last Thursday night.
service this t pointed local businesses cooperating in
Friday nigh bombs and it was Safety Officer with the Florida
Services began officially when ings. good company, and a good time: Highland was heavily favored, but
has been designated famil is not the the Shopportunity Days customer
School as ;r out that a bomb Highway Patrol, in a speech at
Sunday Superintendent P. Trail
T. Nolin called the opening as Dedication of the new build- night, and Saturday, will be gout h! only way in which an area can be- Markey Presented the Rotary Club here Wednesday. Ridge came through winnmg profit-sharing plan in Starke.

ings reached its climax in the night. come radioactive. Since more ands Jansen said that the driver's"attitude" S4.This Both of thug firms announce
sembly0' prayer. Secretary Ed match climaxed ten weeks
afternoon The first radioactive materials are Post Office fac- I that they are now giving their
Lawson reported a record 267 in service which was open- baptismal service i: more By is the contributing of bowling. The 12 top bowlers,
attendance, .Mr. Nolin had set a ed with. prayer by Rev. John being planned for Sunday night tt being transported into Florida a Service Award -, tor in most highway accidents. A from each plant made up the three' customers the famous yellow prof-
and will be followed by the firs small accident on the highway, gets mad at someone or it-sharing coupons.
of 250 for the person teams
goal opening session Pearce, charter member, and instructed consisting of four players
communion service. involving one of these transport of Brooker, scmething':and' then proceeds 'to There will be no Shopportunity
and the teachers had accepted : through the reading ofGod's Thomas Markey
the challenge. Word"by Rev. L., A. Rawls. ''I "We deeply appreciate the fin e trucks, might, contaminate an entire who recently retired after almost blow his top by driving his car each.Highland's number one team cash awards this weekend, 84

The morning worship service, Rev. I. E. Enlow, first interim spirit of encouragement'' and sup area, it was said. 34 years in the postal service as like a madman .the speaker said. consisting of Everett Fox, C. T. there are five Saturdays in August -

led by the pastor Rev Jack Ma- pastor of the church, led in med- port by the citizens of this community Trawick also introduced Ray rural mail carrier at Brooker, was Jansen declared that ordinary Smith R. C. Solze, and J. L.I' and the cash prize parties

bry was broadcast over station ,,itation and prayer, and Rev. Clif- ," the 'pastor stated 1ii Ciark. a nuclear physicist from presented an Honorary Certificateat !II courtesy, such as is"used elsewhere Hetherington, split with the Trail are held .only twice each month.
Jacksonville, whose work entails held in the! in daily life, would elimijnate The next Shopportunity weekend
WRQR through the .courtesy of ford Walker of the Florida Baptist estimated that between four an,d a.special'ceremony : Ridge number one team 2-2. bowling '
the First Methodist Church in Convention brought an inspirational five hundred checking all radioactive shipments Community Center at Brooker last::i a large 'percentage of ac- I for Trail Ridge were: Glenn: will be held Sept. 5-6.
people attended on e
coming into the state. He demons Mrs. Florrie Belle Brown of
Friday night. }cidents. Wade, Jim Chitty, Curt Malone,
offering their regular broadcast i message. or more of the first Sunday''' I I '
time. Revival services were started at services. strated several geiger countersand The presentation, was ,made by'I The ,speaker was introduced by and John Ruffini. Hampton came in last weekend ta
radioactive samples, and gave the Brooker postmaster Mrs.'Harry Hatcher, pinch-hitting for Trail Ridge's number' two took!claim the $15 second cash prize,

the Legion members an insight Mana Wiggins.. In the presence ot t:.Bob. Mullins, who arranged the their match.3-1. For Trail RIdge but the $25 top prize is still unclaimed

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ditorial Clerk of the Circuit Court .
By Marian L. Crosby,.Deputy Clerk

Choke Of Philosophies *y fa'Airi JtoAlliA 'bids IB fltttH. .NOTICE Ceurt.: TO Bradford DEFEND C...ly,
H..rl la:' JB <1I..< dt A A VAVA Tl A"4 i>4 4.a ri I take >e. 13-CI6

.enator SPes d' Holland the cif rreitt. Troy Brown, Plaintiff, vs. Peggy
Mrs. Bryan H. .Cornwall Jr. Brown; DefendantXOTlCli .p
nested campais ,his billed" himself as a "mod and'children'iitephen and'' Donna : TO APPEARTo rJ

orate cQnsw'at> \ %> ," while former Senator Claude .Tallahassee visited her parents, address: Peggy is Brown: 103'whose S. Magnolia residenceand

Popper, Holland.,says, is an "arch liberal." Mr. and Mrs'W. T. Blair"" last Avenue Uunn. Xorth Carolina. P' i.
Senator Pepper says that Holland is slightly "week. Mrs. Blair accompanied her You are hereby notified that a suit
for divorce has been filed agan t you .. ... ... ..
confused about his terminology. According toPepper's daughter and children to Jacksonville in the above named Court and cause : : :
to visit another daughter.Mrs. and you are required to serve a copy ( .
version, .he (Pepper) is a moderate liberal of your answer or leadiiijj j to the r Mt 'd
while ,Holland is an arch conservative. Sch'ley DeLoach. Mrs. De- complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney I .
Loach will take her mother home J. ouald Uibxon 1UO Smith Build- g"SUPERRIGHT" {II I
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Making, allowance for the fact that each candidate ing. Jacksonville 2, FU. and file original -
Sunday. in the office or Clerk of the Circuit -
is likely to be slightly prejudiced in his .
Miss Pclly Douglass of Lake Court on or before the 13 day of .
own behalf, and judging by the past record of September,' 1958: ; otherwise the allegations -
Butler is
visiting grandmother of said Complaint will betaken
both, we.are.more inclined to agree with Pepper's Mrs. W. L. Douglass, and her as confessed by )'l'U.
This notice shall be published once
version. aunt. Mrs. W. T. Blair this week. each week for four consecutive weeksin .
t Senator ..RoUandJ.who has voted so many times Mrs. Viola GlUts is visiting.her the Bradford County Telegraph. SHORT SHANK .SKINNED I 11w 'j
wl Ji .. btr *t OckWchobW.itf bated this I! day of. August. i9;8.
!aId. 11f1e.: Efntblielee In the! nat e that fliUf (SEAL)
he \ .W "''r l d ''tcf''' ., tJ J'i: t sr'R@ t< M"Mri::'ov W"nt.tis'; *widUctteWtV (f CHARLES A. DARBY.Cl I
t I qrl f '+ j 'i 1 f I' I t.4'1hifJtcroJlb ; rk of the Circuit Court.

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A'1 ':\' 'I 1'1' ? 1 \V II .plol'la Huoun Plaintiff vs. Walter _
tim 't'. 'W ( & HiJnr'c .'.Ui :' Rbsl ft aTti 11'f n. Hoot en, Dtfen.\ant -
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., 'i d th'1/ 'at tt tji b se ayifbtiltiwfimm / < I ::' $ ""! l Itlnr for},,'ou divorce are hereby and restoration notified' that of maiden a suit

J ,1 t t e Ut'h "' 'rata" i\.11'' M t. rn 'ttJ"'Bltb.r. \ Dam"r name has been filed against you in
. t t-1t 11trrHoTr.l.' 't ib 4.'ti Pt 'tMaJitn'( !i.J!''D1fI11!. the above named Court and cause
tA, j n J// t 'wlul t''J ( and/ you,are required to serve a copy ,
JaAd dicE ,flhawtarwi, : fi rthter. dee l. [ of.,your answer or pleading to the
1 <; fJJBm complaint <>n the Plaintiff Attorney
y ) I ,Jr:;.aR t ; H i ills (
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tt'Jlia rte otlle li fIS Ltyyd Bass 312 Clark Building Jacksonville ri
w .. {..P8 O I cW1d; g ,.fr'lId, 'Mit; lilt" 2. Florida, and file the original 1'i
in 9.Ugf t o sod t ( f r r in the office of the Clerk of the I C HALF 5V
irwht'aflC"di btJHad ; Circuit Court on <>r before the 15 day SHANK ORWHOLE i'jl
P.NJP )t"8 rofd SBW chlidreh'5Mi&Ed :
pe o Mi'W"; LJ. : ( til' September, 1958: otherwise the
Iii'n& !' allegations of said Complaint will betaken I
u \ J Hof'I Sapp'hk! as confessed l>y you.JThis roRTION/I1"
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j 19.ftto1tIiHt' 8 trCC nliifi a8atd
edh ot laf4eY 8p 1$ notice shall be published onceeach
:' 1 t't o if 'uP t Bi i tl$1e's' week for four consecutive weeksin J
gi tmtl tb l taf I t.N thin i miHh t th :
the Bradford County Telegraph.
rom P5 al TIjal' ;rf''ij '.llrf t e) fi a1: oHd sf; ( 1iPi's' 1ti s3EtasftaP I gated this 6 day of August, 1 :58. LB ) LBJ )

.' M r 11 daYf at ,a with{Mt; aftdj (SEAL.t CHARLES) A. DARBY,

'! 1Itpt6gUm L gIt : S.POltt j Clerk of the Circuit Court
2! 4j.ir d. Ir..1.i f folk AIAir. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
tedjy designed by elS 1aq4 Eisenhower} : to ana S. ana' SiB-tt-,

fbr t. h 1e. I,a mat.! ao-called, inefficient family. boys and visited family1' Mrs In :Waldo Faye Johnson.Friday'night. NOTICE TO DEFEND
IB Clruvlt ('eu'rt. Bradford Ce..t +
f ;iji roof f..the farrrf oJ.. v ri.rldu: !. ('baacery.Case' .
I ],,f ,9J.a.iLp.Nvelll. !( TVA: ,from fur- NO. 1 -603
vq: Mrs": C. J.1 Tefcitone and children Homer SI. Ellis Jr. Plaintiff vs.. 1 GOLDEN RIPE .
,ujspJpg'r. rev !lye bonds! Jko expand4its? facilities, tofurpish of Gi&iesville' and Mr] and' Sara. li Ellis. Defendant )
poR'ej"tQ..farmers"and email! towns; Mrs. Frank> Stokes and son of ,To: Kara' E. Ellis, whose residence

'''.'Against .tax; relief t3.for :the.small 1 businessman! ;, Hawthorne' visited the tdd Potts and address Is117 McDonald Drive,' 'BANANAS'LB'1., .., lOc
< -" > *' I Wilmingtcn, Xorth Carolina.
>.In fft\T9r ofvan .increase .in interest rates ofGLhome Saturday YOU are hereby notified that a suit .

: loans;\ .).fr. and Mrs.. Talmadge Polk f for divorce the above has named been filed Court againstyou'.in' and

n Against'i :Jbiilj j, that vwas' onered in Congress: fp and glfls l of. Trenton visited the t cause and you are required to servea -
1 Edd Polks :Monday. copy of ypur, Plaintiffe! to SEEDLESS
Increase personal income tax exemptions from complaint on the Attorney

|600 to $800, just .as he had previously voted' Mrs,Byford King and sons; and Lloyd Bass.. SIS Clark Building, '
Jacksonville 2, l Florida and file the
against efforts to reduce income taxes in the Mr. and Krs.jElbert; Mott attended original in the office of the Clerk of LBS
a fish fry given by the Fair- the Circuit Court on or before the 15 GRAPES Z' ZgeICEBERG
]tower br cket8'and to'ease the excise tax load; day of September. 1958 ; otherwisethe
banks Baptist Church at Cowpen
allegation of said Complaint will
Against funds for cancer research, against
Lake Saturday. be take( confessed by you. .
f in sfor.tuberculosis .r earchf and against Fed- This notice ..shaH be published one
Jean Endicott spent Sunday at each wetfe fpr,(our consecutive weekS
1 for l local public health units.
funds \ Kingsely Beach. in the pwidiord .County Telegr f>h.
"" This'.SsjuSt i SL' partial review of Senator Hol Dated, thtsM,flay of Aa&npt.( 1>3S.
Janet and Diann Hardee of CHARLES A. DARBY
Ends arc h-cOhs n'at'e '('GOP) yotirig. record Starke spent last week with Mrs. Clerk i I of J.ht.It it y Court.
that ,ha tfpiid} ) ,him mote .often on the side of 'Mattie Barry. By Deputy 1 !. ClperkEii I LETTUCE 2f0e2qCCALIFORNIA

Eisenhpwe and. i ittm! .than even Ilorida's sin- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and

gle Republican Congressman, William Cramer. Mrs" Jackie Clark visited relativesin Circuit: ( CotlH.;; ib. brd&ord tifetfixDI C.taty,

If these are Senator Holland's convictions ,- south Florida last week. Barry Case No. 1J-605 I VINE RIPE
rioridii ,lb ChtBtery.
so be 'it. They peak for themselves. He has Clark is visiting his grandparents Billie Fence,,plaintiff, is Joseph F..

said that )be current catnpaigri presents the people Mr. and Mrs Clark of Leesburg. Felice NOTICE perendant.TO APPEARoseph .

of Florida vtith..a.clear c pt .choice of phflosoiphie Mr and Mrs. Allen Land of To: ,F. Fence, whose resi- CANTALOUPEEILCH C
Jacksonville spent Sunday with dente nd address is: Normatidiexiittfi 29
choice-aa jvfe feee i it is the cholce: .
". Hotel, |"jth and Chestnut Strteter __
tween liepublican influenced AIrs::"Mattie:Barry "v Philadelthlaj Pennsylvania. "- I i" "" I. ill .... ,' .
an arch-conservative Drew ReddishTof You are hereby notifed that"* left : :". :. ..,.
philosophyof; Senator Holland and the ,moderateliberalleveK Mr. and Mrs. for divorcfe and restoration of former .
rieilbronn Springs spent the week- name has been filed against you lathe LARGE RIPE
; ) l ,bf.* the: people Democratic approach end, with his sister. Mrs. Lily above named Court and cause ,
of Senator Pepper.. and yod are required to serve 4 copy
Cone. of :, answer or pleading to the

.It'is up fo 1 the people' ) ....t_s;.choose... which. they wanton Mrs. Rachel Green Is spendingtwo complaint Lloyd your Bass on, SlZ the Clark jMamtiffs Building Attorney Jacksonville -,'; PEACHESLARGE LO IOC

September 9.Supreme weeks in Clermont with her t t, Florida and file the original -
daughter and son-in-law Mn and in the .ofCl e.pf the Clerk of 'the .
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
.C llri'Stojded Mrs. R. J. Robertson. the 13 day of September 1938,
o otherwise the allegations of said com .
Mr. and -Mrs. Mem Rhoden of SWEET RIPE
plaint will be. taken as confessed ly .

What might, well be the turning poet, of reversing Raiford family visited Sunday the Dick afternoon.Raulerson you.Thin, notice shall be published once

dangerous trend in this cotintfy was each week for four consecutive weeksin
a Mr. and :Mrs. N. J. Davis and the Brartford County Telegraph. HONEYDEWS
taken' last week in Pasadena, California when, a daughter, petty Ann of Waldo Dated this S day. of .August' 1958. EACH 4geKing

conference\ : !of Chief Justices from widely scatter- visited Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis (SEAL)CHARLES. DARBY,

M states ee shred (he'U.-S. Supreme Court for Sunday. Clerk of theCircuit Court
Marian L. Crosby Deputy'
lacking.i j judicial; 1 restraint. and usurping: .states' Terry Cafolyn and Sue MeDavid By. 8144t94TO | | I
gave a swim'party for a 'few of SizeCOKES
rights."Recent.ieions. .
raise considerabledoubt .asto their friends Friday night. Reg. Size

'the .validity: of-ihe: American. boast .that", we of> Mr.and''Gainesville- Mrs.and. Henry the J.Coleman T. So- :. FOR case $$1.31 TOOTH '
of the 1Sc
have a government of'laWs 'and not men, well'fatnly{ 'were dinner guests of

Iitl'.Qngly9rde document declared. "Mr, and Mrs. J. it sOW U.
With the passage of this resolution the State Attending-Antioch Church with -

Chief Justices 'lave U.: be: known they think Mrs. J. H. Sowell were'Mn.I Blair) -BACK Jane Parker Each Lora Lynn

the Supreme{ Court has strayed far from its intended rand her ufolher, Mrs. Douglassand

purpose, into the realm of p li -making. Alice :land Zoria'Sue'Ehtards. :

and even\ law-making.: In ;doing so the, Chief and Mr.daughters anfi Mrs.. Karen;Warren Ahd WizeUe LucrCtia. BLACKBERRY PIES 19cFIG; BARS 2-Ib pkg 43c

Justices have{ echoed a feeling that has been expressed and orma Je Taylor .pf

in recent years throughout the length and Santa Fe,I spent Sunday at Salt
:breadth OfVie'J land by the man in the street. Not Springs.. Jane Parker Jane Parker Twin

ipril} jhas'the: 'S utreme Court ti en"'Under''fire'for pvt Gapr.Elzy.is home on leave Pack 12Ozs.

.its' orjVe| ,ppiriioii.t>rf integration\ } ,in. hfs schools, ,after taking Ws Drainingat Ft. :S f DH # '

Jut,,al I l316liori"Us3ecisioisl} : freeing California Com- 'Ben 1 ng, Da. He will be sent to 1NEE'D.S :ANISH8ARCAKE;: cpOT A TO CHIPS 59c

.mufti t \Leaders, barring) the/enforcement of.state stoke ,
sedition ]TaVfi and overturning the contempt-of- Mr:,and-Mrs. Junior .are
the 'pi-oud parents.of .a girl, whoweighed
Ckmgress coni iction'of a witness who refused to
Mrs.Sto, es
$' pounds.
name former! Comniunists'he '! d"krtow"' returned: id the hospital Sunday\ Eelbeck Waterground Crestmont I

"I'm a states' rights''man," one:of the j justices'remarked. : for". surgery. ,CORN MEAL, 3 lbs 39c

;-"As long 'as you have 1$ s'tafesVydull Mr andMrs.! W. E, Bigham Jr. 1l.

never have a dlcfators ip'." that 'seemed to sum and children spent Sunday on j Shortening "ICE 'CREAM -gallon 69 c

up the'general] feeling of'the.conference. ;Santa Fe' and the Suwannee CRISCO 3 Ibs 95c

., "We, bejievelhat: : Strong state<'and '''local and
Mrs. H. E. Stokes
icrrjments are,,essential to,the_ ffective functionin ,; H.and P.-Gainey.attended Sher- Sunshine Hydrox Cut-Rite

of theAmerican system ''of' federal governiment Mrs. Church in [LOANS '
cn Primitive Baptist COOKIESflbpkg 43c
: ," the' .report declared. They should: not 'Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. 125Ieet

fee sacrificed needlessly to leveling, and 'some'timea and\Mrs. Buddy Stokes of Beech-Ivut Chopped WAX PAPER 2for 4fcGr

deadening ntfdrt {fty.."' Stafke visited the H. E. Stokes
FOOD 15c I
The report might have added that particular Sunday. Other visitors of the "ploOO .

.I)" ,.the area of public schools should the'states Stokes were Mrs. Dewey Stokes Heinz Fancy en 'Giant
be deft.aliizte ldne1o'jperate.according the customs ..and .son, and Mrs. Stokes' mother _

iM\biJ, tdn"l.trltb the trad1tfpns and .the mores and. .sister- 'of Jacksonville.I $$ .I .i K lueETCHUP dt, 27c i No.303cans 3 ,
df',. the.. \' tR f !to t' l states.. .' '. -. .. B tP AS ;a 'Jlfor 3C
; l! 'l"'J.1'' as'ed1v 1 theY ,.. JkOTICE, TO. DEFE\D........ I .
a ttt tr. a ( On' ( ,. ; ift
Cur11l t-, f Y / ''' .. '' fa tiirtlt C rt. Bra4f rFUrldi c.t: ; :,.DUZ regular ,33c .
JMHfl sa. hJ1''ri aO Va cOlbei'ence' onldiyjto'Hiie6pl6vfc'erywnre : I. fltauu .
t.e' Jf j Case J.No. 12- ll IMH M i* B BB B B BBV HBlBMB|| BBl B B B BBBV "
i o s zt ] { ,I. ,JA nha Lee Coomes. Plaintiff n.. ; I "For Cooking.and .salads Hi -- C
,J.If .t !i/'i1 sales'; Lt.t}.rl.I guctftnkttefraa .Bernard M. Coomea.. Defendant I

tlliano' 1" .Rt l a l{ : j:l' ht } I the '.. Tot NOTICE:.Berard TO il..APPEAR Cooinea,, whoseresi.. I r i oii a Find Ifc Friendlyf 2'MAZOLA-OIL ,pt. ..35c I
a %\lH l.t f.\' k jlp. jrle.fitolpJJllJpmg.Af i \. .,.4ert ee **d address is: 7X South'tlh ; (ORANGE DRINK ;46Ozs "Jrli
to ; ; gnl,\ \ : ,t dh a m t th ) S re b'My tlrt toY .!reu are hereby aotifkMI.that.a suit : t .. ? .,
lt b)1t) } S ir .\v f fpr-iuofre, case custody aa4 control CARGO 8 .8c
,,'+ in rn nd o p r w'rlling'the Con. ,of', minor children-has.been filed against ozs ? _
4Tf you in the above named CPurt -COMPANY II
tutwn. and cause and,you 'are required to For Cooking and Salads f ,
',. "rve. copy ot your answer or plead }y.QUrt'A&PStQreYiIt IQS4 list
'JV lJtfit&'f I: i JDK'*,to AttorneUoyd the complaint Bas on. the.3l!,..plaintHtotf dark- il'4' tf; Walnut'SL WESSON OIL, .pt.33c : } S ''rAir pt

$ fit! & dlaa. Jacksonville !.,Florida.,and ; .t ",
..tilt', the,original in 4be office f f..the ''I :PurifierFLOR1ENT artt+ul ratnosr foo. ttrmtr..s.+ct tii*
Doors from'
((3 Post Office
:'tUll.i\ 'Sl J.'Ir w.t\ir..",,d'hlrk pf the Circuit..Cimrt oar belb4eretMt f' ) ,"
79c Call
15 day of SepteraWr, 4.J l; .',,412,
1''' t' : _
\.t"n I
'.ttU..a tijl\' "' fief' COlttlftob 8LW ".BthwwlJe the alterations of eaid Com!f (Mrs:'Marguerite;Hall, Jlq."Ph .Nabisco KItz ., .

la..p.d, a.+ d., Rbt+ .IHI I "I"'t'l:..".ii. !". fU"I f no I'tA ir: A tikAn.! '..-L,)plaint'..ll.This- Will,Botit-e be-be.publishedonce'taken' as: confessed, by' If 1 n WO"4:0101 f I .CRACKERSj2pz i .j 29c ::t'!:_irke.. ,. Fla....
Wt..t lJVD 4 OUl.a I' a tw WLM *tumic 4 ricinc n 1 tvauft-
i1 n..t i ""xaNtllllitttn.alaAi lb.tachaaek for Qd4lrgdoaeenilve.treeks' ;
.... at on ,"' at !'t"b, .'I..F.i"t JTllar.) fclST; *. in the Bradford County Telegraph.

'. .. .""n. r-'. .. .__,,,r .,-- ,IJj td this S day ot August, 1955. .. .. .J. ___ r._ ._ .._ '_ :- -


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',THURSDAY,. AUGUST ,28, 4938 f9iMl)}tie U cotim t f6LE 0 nal'ri. STAHKE.?; 'FLORIDA, PAGE 1HREBHEILBRONN )


fvvvvvvvVrTYvmY_ YTTt organizations through-out the sonville was weekend guest of Mr. YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTt1 for the 'Junior Boys Sunday Mrs. Carl Brown.A DISTRICT TWO I served' In'the'Alr: Force, and .am-*

country began 'to agitate for and Mrs. R.'L. Morgan. and family School Class.After. eating the hot surprise birthday party at the I take my this candidacy means for of re-etec-announcing <<:-- a member of the Elk's Club the

action by State Legislatures, in Uon as County Commissioner, District Rotary Club nCAmeric Legion.
MAXVILLE dogs and drinks the boys playedfor home of Mrs. Carl Brown was
Two, in the electionof
declaring the:day a legal holiday. Hugh T Mitchell from Brook- awhile and had a big time. A- given Saturday night in honor of Sept. I. My years primary of experienceon *> At the present time I 'am ( t.M.

By Mrs. Harvey McCarthy So have fun ,over the weekend haven Miss. will be guest of Keith bout 15 enjoyed this event.Mrs Frances Martin on her 17th administering the board the will business be valuable affairs in owner and operator. of Flynn's

but be careful. Reddish and family this week and By Mrs. C. B. Nolan Henry Carter and Mrs. birthday anniversary., A beautiful of the county and I am asking you ,Drug Store and as a 'retail mer-
U& &&&&&&A.u.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.aaAi there wasn't column next to re-elect for Just one
Sorry a week. me more chant I am vitally interested in
LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. 12 inch birthday cake on pink
Randolph Crosby were called to erm.' I shall always welcome the
Folks last week, but,I was ill with one Mr. and Mrs. W. advice and counsel of friends the welfare and progress of our
Howdy and a very happy A. Solano and Starke last Saturday by the death and white crochet was a lovelycenterpiece' my
mild safe Labor Day I weekend to of my'migraine headaches. Due to ;daughter Sandra spent Sunday Johnny Nolan carried Mrs. Win- of Mrs. Carter's aunt, Mrs. Carrie Approximately 30 and carry shall out do their all within wishes my for powerto the city. At this time, when the cities

your and your loved ones. The these headaches I may have to I in Jacksonville and St. Augustine fred Harris and children to.the Smith. On Monday evening they, guests enjoyed roasting weiners. best inttret of aU the people of of our state are' growing at the ,
give up the ,column. Have been Hope Haven hospital in Jacksonville our county. fastest rate in their history, I feel
celebration of this day always ; visiting relatives. and punch were v .
and Mr. Hans Carter attended the Cake, ice cream -E. L. (Lawton) CRAW...UKD
falls on the first Monday of September talking to' one of our Heilbron- Miss Sandra Carmichael of last Friday afternoon where funeral services which were held served by Mrs. Carl Brown. Mrs. -- that Starke is definitely falling:
nites to take for Will ad- she took Evelyn to have her leg fOB COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT behind. With .'
over me. a more PROGRESSIVE
and is In honor of the is Suzie Clark
spending this week .in the DeWitt Jones Funeral Thelma Thomas, Mrs. TWOI
working people. It was initiated vise .you more about same next with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reddish fitted for a brace. :Home in Starke. and Mrs. Carrie Edwards. Frances hereby announce my candidacy administration: of our city

in 1882 by the Knights of Labor- week. and family. Kenneth Stanley left Sunday :1 received many lovely ,gifts. for Two County North Commissioner District government' I feel that Starkecan
Mrs. Albert Smith and girls ( Starke) subject to the
Mrs.. Harry Latham and children for an, extended staywith his get a greater share of the,
who in that year on the occasion Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Suggs and will of the voters in the Democratic
Mrs. Johnnie Powell and baby,
of their general assembly organized returned to their home in Ernie father Willie Stanley In Conway primaries.- elected to this respon- new citizens and industry that
I Johns Sunday and Mondaywere and Beck and Nancy Higdon, and children were recent dinner guestsof sible office<< I promise to give my
and held a large parade in Philadelphia. Pa., after spendingNew I their 'children Mrs. Lois s.c.Mrs. Larry Harrison enjoyed a weiner Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp. best efforts toward a progressive are moving to Florida each
the summer with her mother and ind impartial administration of the month. I believe that *
York City. In .1884 the Henson D. J. Parrish and children our city
and Mrs. Morris
Annie Saunders roast and swimming Inv the St.Mary's 'Carl McCormick of Jacksonvilleand iffairs of my district and the county -
sister Mrs. and
Knights of Labor held a parade on and Mrs. Hattie Nolan visited in government, along with our coun-
Johns and family and Mr. arid River at Brandy Branch Miss Eva Clark of'Lake City as a whole. Your vote and sup-
the first Monday of September Mrs. W. A. Solano. Mrs. 'Clifford Johns 'Starke Saturday afternoon. port will be greatly appreciated. ty government should spearheadthe
last Sunday evening. were recent visitors of Miss Dora -Ewell Lawson
Visiting with Mrs. Annie Kelley
end resolution to hold move to obtain new industry;
passed a all of Jacksonville. L. A. Ward of Hastings visited '
this week is her son. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parrish, Clark. for our area which will help ui
future parades that day and with the a B. Nolans last Thursday FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
all on
.: Gene Kelly and children from Mrs. Betsy Steele and son and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown and We enjoyed having Bro. Suggs'mother DISTRICT FOt'R build a greater and more pros-

to designate the day as Labor Day. I ZephyrhUls.f5ubsequentlY Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hilliard and evening. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Peterson ot Mrs. W. L. Suggs of for I am County announcing Commissioner my :candidacy District perous future for Starke. I earn"

; workers of ,other Miss Delvene Morgan of Jack- children of West Palm Beach Bobby Nolan seems to be get- Baldwin enjoyed a trip to King- Baldwin visit with us Sunday No 4.. and I am running solely for estly solicit your support and vote

visited Mrs. Tate Crosby Monday ting along nicely after'a recent sley Beach last Friday night. night. the interest of all the people of in the coming election.
Bradford.County. 1 am not runningfor
afternoon of this week. illness. He had a cyst removed
I The Masters family will sing a- Those on our prayer list, are any individual or group of George B. Flynn Jr. .
from his'mouth ptople. The only promise that 1
/ Th emprante-o Mrs. Leona McCarthy.. and on Thursday. gain at the Long Branch Churchon Vicky Thomas, Bro. McDaniel, will make is that I will serve all [IPd.: Ppl Adv.J
Mrs. John Stilwell of Fernandina! Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and the first Sunday in September, Mrs. Orene Cowart, Margaret the people of the County to the --- !
family and Bud Waters of Jack- best nf my ability, and that 1 will
A'BfO B/ Beach and family are visiting in. which is September 7. Chambers. Joyce Crawford, Mrs. be fair, honest faithful, impartialand
L our home several days this week.I sonville spent Saturday with Mrs. just to all the people of the
r;? ,/.1 P Dorothy'Waters. and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. A, Sweat of Dublin, Mary Alvarez, Mrs. Susan county.I .
Deepest sympathy is extendedto Macclenny spent'last Friday night Sapp Betty Matthews, Glenda am a member of the Mason's,
; the family of Mr. Mrs. Shirley Roberson and Gale Brown and Patsy Sapp. May Eastern Star. Shrine. Klks, American
McCormick daughter Marcia are spending a- with Mrs. E. 'D. Higginbothamand Legion and the First Baptist
who passed away early Sunday sons. On Tuesday this week the Lord bless each one. Church of Starke.
while in West Palm Beach with
Your vote and support will be
P r morning. Funeral was held by the her brother-in-law and sister Mr. Mrs. 'Sweat entered the Baptist Let's remember the revival and greatly appreciated. '

I .... / -. graveside in Evergreen Cemeteryat and Mrs. Bob Stanley and family. hospital Jacksonville for obser- hcmecoming at Pine' Level, Sept. -LA -En.'I" H. OUTLAW.

3 p. m. Monday. We vation. 7 through 14. Homecoming will be FOR ('or COMMISSIONER
Labor Day reminds us of f are proud to welcome to
Sympathy is also extended to teaching Fishing has been good in Kings- Sunday, Sept. 14. DISTRICT FOUR
of staff here at the To my friends and voters ot
the great importance Mrs. [Granny] Carmichael who Mrs. A. W. Brown and Mr and
| Maxville School this term, Mrs. ley Lake for the Wilkinson's.; Last Bradford County:

labor in producing all)II recently lost her brother and to Joyce Hodges of North Carolina, Tuesday C. E. Wilkinson Sr. and Mrs. Carl Brown 'visited Mr. and I the hereby Board announce of County for reelectionto Commissioners -

the goods' and| services the Rowe' family in the passingof who will teach the 3rd and 4th his son Leonard caught a five I I Mrs., Calvin Hall and family of from District Four. Hav-
board for sev-
I their loved ing served on your
so to our way; one. grades Mrs., Joan Zagortz will pound trout and lots of other ish. II Theressa Sunday afternoon. eral years, it has ,given me the experience VOTE FOR
necessary May God comfort each of these Announcements for the week and I feel that 1 am qual- BIIXl SWgITFOR
( teach the 1st and 2nd grades and Mr. and DirsAlbert Smith and
1 11 of life. Inventors have families as only He and He alone ., i 10 ified for the Job. ly you vote for and CHIEF: OF POLICE:
School. m.
J Mr. MacMullen, the principal will family visited in Jacksonville Fri are: Sunday a. ; support me. I will strive without

/ 11 perfected machines to lift can do. teach the 5th and 6th grades. day with 'Mr. and Mrs: J. C. Bell Morning Worship, 11 a. m.: Even- tiring in my efforts tried to to do do a in good the During the time of my law enforcement
I have
A 1 If from :men's backs some Heilbronn Church Invites you School will begin next Tuesday and family. We are glad to report ing Worship, 8 p. m.: mid-week past.job, as Thanks. partment and work the with Sheriffs the Police Depart-Dan

1 f of the drudgery of former at and your family to come and visit morning, September 2, at 8:15: a. that Jimmie Bell is improving prayer meeting, Wednesday 8 p. JESSIE' R. CHASTAIN. ment of the City of Starke.. I' feel
all services. Good preaching by m.; Brotherhood meeting Friday like I am fully qualified\ for the job..
\ BUt good honest the; from his recent, illness. A POLITICAL I am running for this office strictly
4 years. pastor Rev. Walter,Lee withnspiring' m.Mr.
| 8 m.: Gerald Suggs pastor;
and Mrs. W. P. Herring Mrs. Albert Smith visited in en .my own, and I am not obligated
toil was never more vital singing by the congre- Carl Brown, Sunday School Supt.; ANNOUNCEMENT to any certain one. Only to the
and children of
i Mullens S. ,
Jacksonville Saturday morning of .
gation voters of the City Starke.I
with Dear Friends:
chorister Russell Red- leader Mrs.
t to our progress than it is visited with Mrs. Jones Thomas Harold Alvarez song have lived in Starke all of my
with Mrs. Lucille Jones and family. -
\ } ding assisted by ,Mrs. R. L. Morgan Shirley Gaskins, pianist. Come I wish to anhounce that I am a life, and am a member of the Christian -
and family Friday enroute home
l 1 today.( I ,jimmie Lee and cute little visit "the Church with the Friendly I candidate for City Councilman Church. I am a veteran of World
from a vacation trip to Miami. War II and have served with tile
t We are to learn that Mrs. raisedin
R sorry and
'y Norman accompanied by the I II II Group 2. I was born
Welcome. Starke Police Department about eight
L.ii, No business will be' 'talented Miss Barbara Jean Nor- Baby Girl Mary Wellhausen' has been ill again -,.I Starke, am 32 years old mar- years steady. During t) months of
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stanley an- and had to go to a doctor. Jeneva Mc- that time I served as Assistant Chief.
f transacted at this man at the piano. I ried to the former Also anyone who wishes can search)
Also special singing by Miss nounce the arrival of an eight Mr. and Mrs. John North and NOTICE OF ELECTIONBe Ateer of Tampa, Florida, and the, my record during the time of my lawenft.'rc.ement
Labor lb. 3 oz. baby daughter on August it known that L R- A., Gray work. I worked 10
( on Day. daughters. Jewel and Helen were 3 and
..... k Joyce Morgan. Miss Delvene Mor- Secretary of State of the State of father of two sons, months as Chief Deputy for the
13 in West Palm
Beach hos-
; a visitors in Jacksonville last Sat thata
notice Bradford
-Y gan. Miss Barbara Jean Norman Florida do hereby five 7. J am a graduate of Sheriffs Department.If
pital. The young lady has been urday. GENERAL ELECTION will be held High School the University of elected to thin post 1 will sere
and Miss Linda Gaskins. Prayer State of Florida, ,
in Bradford County
the people of the City of Starke with
named Debra
Meeting'Wednesday nights, choir An1Mrs. Stanleywill Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harris and on Tuesday next succeeding' first Florida School of Pharmacy, and honesty, fairness, and impartiality.

practice Friday p. m. and comingup be remembered as the former family were dinner guests of Mr. the Monday said in Tuesday November being A. the D. Fourthof 1958, the United States Treasury Agent Your vote 'and support! will be

Thursday night, Sept. 4th is Miss Margie Waters, daughter' and Mrs. Ben Higginbotham and November.For School in Washington, D. C. I ama greatly appreciated.Your friend,

FLORIDA BankOne the big W. M. -Brotherhood Mrs. Dorothy Waters. family Sunday. United States Senator from veteran of World War H, having Riley SweatALVAREZ'
the State' of Florida.
\ Patty Parrish. Patsy Smith,
of .1 SI.rk. Meet. All ladies and men are Birthday Party For Representative in Congressfor
Alene Sweat, Kenneth Stanley the EIGHTH Congressional Dis
the Groupm urged to attend and bring your and Billy and Bobby Nolan were Mrs. Leon Harris entertained at trict. mil STORE Established 1894Men's hUM I'f

al children, too. The young men will contestants at the Top Ten Dance her home Saturday afternoon Court.For.two. (2) Justices of the Supreme Clothing
be welcomed into the Brotherhood with double birthday party honoring -
I a For of the District Court of
Party in Jacksonville last Satur- Judge
I ,Member Federal Deposit :Insurance, Corporation and plans are being made to organize day afternoon. It was broadcastover her son and daughter Harold Appeal for the FIRST Appellate Disn .-

a G. 'A. for our girls. who was 5 years old on Sat- <*t.
WFGA TV at 4:15 p. m. Mr.. For Two (2V Railroad and Public
Official Farmer's report by urday, and ,Nancy who was 3 Utilities Commissioners.For ,
and I Mrs. C. B. Nolan and Miss ..
George Huggins: Time to begin years old ,pn, Sunday. About 12 One (1) Member' of the Houseof
.Jo Ann Parrish went along as Representatives
thinking about preparing land for children enjoyed this event with
and all For (2) Members' of the Board -
spectators they enjoyed '
winter grazing crops. As the result them. ,All enjoyed ice cream and County Commissioners Keep Florida; Ahead!
it'very'much., For Three (3), Members' of the '.
r. of two years records to determine Mr., and Mrs.. C. B. Nolan and cake after playing.We Board of Public Instruction. t "

SIlIJ /? the weight of green forage sons. Billy and ,Bobby visited in are sorry, that little Johnny (OFFICIAL In testimony SEAL Whereof) I have here- : RE-ELECT SPE5SARD\ : ,,1 L, ,

produced per acre the follow- Hastings Sunday with Mr. and Higginbotham is suffering this unto' set -my hand and affixed the ,
ing was found. New Gator Rye week with Great Seal of the State of Florida,
Mrs. L. A. Ward and Mr. and Mrs. mumps.
at Tallahassee; the Capital this the
produced up to 22,000 Ibs of green G. M.Beach and also visited relatives Mrs. Fannie Griffis had as her 1st day of August 1958.R. .
forage. Florida Black Rye up to .A. Gray, Secretary of State
in Palatka home. for dinner Rev.
on the way guests Sunday ; | HOLiAND'YOUR
WATER HEATERSFor 19,000 Ibs., Coastal Wheat and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brown of and Mrs., W. 'O. Mathis of Jack- 8J28-4t-J18 S. M
A Oats were about the same with NOTICE INVITATION FOB BIDS
Daytona Beach were guests of sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Frigo To furnish all labor and materialsto
Ibs. This information .,
to 16.000
.<#tSff 15,000 Mrs. Hattie Nolan and family and children of Jacksonville and move all existing buildings in 'l.
should tell you which is the and Griffis and connection with the Service Station
Sunday. Mr. Mrs. Henry
More Hot Water fall. at Starke State Farmers" Market, including U. '
Baldwin wel- Lealer Harris
The School will family and Mrs. the 6' x 12' concrete block
The onlyfactor in favor of oatsis building concrete slab, lift ,. ,
come six new teachers this year. and son, Hershell. grease .
.. Ij'
that they be planted earlier ; and concrete around lift and wooden I ( << ." \
FASTER CHEAPERGo can They are Joyce Vereen Gracie We regret that Mrs.,Polly Grif- service station, including rest rooms, 3r.., ; ," "
-- than rye. Rye is. usually planted electrical etc. and Area 14'x
Swartz, Ruth Shipman, Sally canopy.
fis is still ill at her home here. .
M near the first of October while 18' and all concrete slabs and walks 4""
& *4 Meeks, L. F. ,Wright and Arthur 'Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and around building to a new location or !
x>9 :. oats wil be planted ,early in SeP- Johns. The students will be 'interested Karen and. Sharon Griffis are to: construct a new main service station -
9 of these should complete out of block market
tember. Either on to
; obid'' to know that Nell Godwin spending this week at a cottageat property.For .
': t have about 400 Ibs of a complete was married this summer and Kingsley Lake. details write L. H. Lewis, Director .
r v'S fertilizer at planting time and of State Markets Box 1191 or
her is She is
b Gas then topped-dressed with 100 Ibs. name now I. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Odum and phone Cypress '3-J1S9, Winter Haven a "":
back on Haven, Fla.Fla lk -
,t of ammonia-nitrate after first grandchildren of Jacksonville .
and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson, ,
grazing. Personally, I favor rye Ifit Ji.and family visited in 'Jackson- visited with Mrs. Fannie Griffis 831[ 2t 8128

I works into your program and I Sunday.
; ville Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. NOTICE or ELECTION
know you will be ,pleased with it Harold Davis and family. On Sat- Mrs. C. B. Nolan and sons Billy I, William T. Jackson, Mayor of

if you plant at the rate of one and Bobby and Shirley Wilkinson Starke Florida by virtue of the .
urday evening Shirley Wilkinsonwas authority vested in me by Law. do
E Es bushel per acre. co-hostess with Betty Davis and Ginger Cannon' visited in hereby call an Election to be held ,at
> RENT YOUR HEATER Beginning September I will Cedar Hills Tuesday afternoon.The the Fire Station in the aforesaid Town
with a birthday party honoring by Qualfied voters on Tuesday, Sept- SENATE
start my regular weekly column Betty. A large crowd enjoyed this Intermediate boys class of ember 9, 1958, for the purpose of
again. I have enjoyed and appreciated the Maxville Baptist Church are electing the following officers:
S FROM SLADE J'I the opportunity to have Mrs Evelyn Griffis and daughter planning to have a weiner roastat ONE YEAH.

been> a little part of this column.A Black Creek this Saturday GROUP I.
h Sarah Mae have returned ONE ALDERMAN FOB TWO ., REC RD "
r community column means a lotto home after spending the summer night. Sidney Wellhausen, class VEAKS.

the people. It is hard for the visiting with Mrs. Griffis' parents, teacher is sponsoring this event. GROUP II.
writer at times so may I urge you Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bornstein in TEAKS.: 'opponent'sSenate
1. NO
FINANCE CHARGE f.. to help Mrs. McCarthy to have a College Park. Ga. Her sister, Judy rrYYYYYYTTT.yyyyyyyyyyfyNORTH GROUP III. voting record 760Vho
good column for you. I
Nally came back with her and is \EAB9.
rA puts a lot of interest' and time tot few weeks. SIDE INSPECTORS FOB SAID ELECT
2 ...FREE Installation .to Gas ,75 spending a ION:
*, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson, MRS ERNESTINE DENMARK \' deserves your vote for U S. Senator?
; Remember of us
"" Ed
and Mrs.
Jr. and family. Mr. record
always glad to be of any KBONENBCBOEBSHELI4E Spessard Holland, with his 97.7% voting
3 w No Upkeep are Wilkinson and family, and Virginia A. HALL
service we can.I Cannon enjoyed swimmingat JOHN GODWIN and who stays on the job ALL the time? Or his

am Indeed sorry that Mr.Huggin's 'Kingsley Beach Sunday,after Hi, friends and neighbors. Well CHARLES HARDY opponent, who averaged a poor record of voting
all had better sleep late this
words of knowledge and you
noon. FOSTER in the 79th 80th and 81st Congresses -
76% of the time ,
wisdom will not be in our column week for come Monday school begins In Testimony whereof, I hereunto

We do all for the small price of after today. His reports each week Birthday Mrs. H.Party R. Kilgore entertainedat and you know what that Seal subscribe of Said my Town name to and be cause hereunto the In fact, Holland's opponent missed 52#

have brought, interesting facts her home Saturday night, means. affUed this the 5th. day of August, of the votes in one session, 47% in another.
A. n. !
and vital information about farmIng Brother Suggs filled his regular issa
; August 23 with a birthday party (OFFICIAL SEAL)
$1.95 month with option not only to our farmers but honoring her daughter, Mary on appointment Sunday. We had WILLIAM T.JACKSON. MAYOR I Senator Holland has never failed to take a stand

per to all our readers. May I take this her 13th birthday. Games were ,good preaching and singing with ATTEST: CARL JOHNS' on important issues in the Senate. But his oppon-

opportunity to publicly thank him played throughout the evening specials by Bro. Suggs and Har- CARL JOHNS CITY CLERK

purchase You this difference for his reports and the time he and at a late hour birthday cake old Alvarez. Our Sunday School Aug 8, IS, 22, 29, Sent.! 5, 1938 ent did fail to vote on many issues when it suited

save has given ,to make our column and punch'was served to approxi- attendance was 64. We thank the NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO his political ambitions to do so. Why did He fail

more interesting. It has been an mately 50 people. Lord for each one. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME the people of Florida? Where was hex
work with in the Notice is hereby given that, the undersigned -
honor to you ,
Wilkinson extend
other fuels. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar May we our deepest sym- ; under the provisions of

over column. Mr. Huggins and ,we win end family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald pathy to the family of Percy Chapter,20.933, Laws of,Florida, Acts. This voting record tells a big story. It's the
all be looking forward to reading of 1941. will register with the Clerkof
Parrish and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rowe, 'Mr. McCormick and Mrs.
the Circuit Court in and for Brad- story of Senator who faithfully performs
your farm column in the next issue Claude Greene, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Carrie Smith in their time of sor- ford County Florida upon receipt of one .

Brown and family, Mr. and row'and need. May the Lord com- proof of publication of this notice, duty to you and to his Stale and of a former

See Soteor/ / May The Good Lord watch over Mrs. Kelley Mize and family and fort each heart.The the under fictitious which I name am engaged of Green in Oaks business Senator who neglected his job and was defeated

the Best Hot' Water +n1 care for each of you. .bye Mrand Mrs. T. J. Peterson and Oscar Carters spent last three miles south, of Starke. because of it.
Fla. on U. S. Highway 301.
now. >t '-" 'amily of Baldwin enjoyed a picnic Sunday In Plant City and Tampaas Harold H. Hoenkke, Rt. 2, Box

Deal in Town luting, boatriding and swimming the guests of their' uncle and ITS.. : Williston. Fla. sale owner. sincere dedicated
Senator Holland has given ,
Dated this list day or August. A.
\t Ocean Pond last Sunday. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Billiard. D.
Mr. and Mrs.* Leon Harris and Hicks Griffin of Lake City, Mrs. Florida.1938. at Starke Bradford County service to Florida'and the nation. His 97,7% vot-

Termite Control 'amily visited hi Jacksonville Julia Hawkins of Welborne and 8J21-41-9U1, : ing record, one of the highest in the Senate for

Sunday with Mrs. Alice Norton. Mrs. Markham were guests of -that entire period, shows that he stays on the job,

FOR DEPENDABLE Norton returned home' with Miss Dora Clark Sunday evening.
Mrs. ,
the will
exercises his sound judgment,
visit. Mrs. Oscar Carter is spendinga ,
hem for a few days
Household A OommenMPert We are sorry, to learn ,that Mr. week in Miami with her brother of those he was elected to represent. Such a loyal

SLADEGAS Control Willie Harris' has been ill this and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. public servant merits retention by the people of

I Grove apryW 'nek'' and under ,a doctor's care. Leamon Norman and Mr. and FOR COUNTY CORrnSSIONEADISTRICT Florida.

Mr. and. Mrs., Oscar ,Wilkinson Mrs. W. M. Douglas and family.Mr. ,TWO

and Mr and Mrs. C. E. and Mrs. S. C. Harley were I hereby announce my candidacy
Call FR 6-2661 children' for 'County Commissioner District Vote for and support Senator SpessaJ
Wilkinson, Sr. Leonard WiItinI Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Two. If elected I promise to. give
COMPANY Florida Peat Control I chi. and Miss Nan McPherson en- Gerald Suggs Saturday night. service faithful,to energtic.this important and conscientious office. I HOLLAND YOUR U. S, Senator.

ioyed a fishing trip at Kingsley Mr. and Mrs.. A.. W. Brown, will at all times be ready to con-
& Chemical Co. fer and advise with
DOOR TO WINN-DIXIE Lake last Thursday night Shirley Ernest and Artemes work for the best'my constituentsand interest of KEEP FLORIDA AHEAD WITH HOLLANDPolitical

Sunday School .Party Brown Mrs. Emma Joe Taylor my district and the county as a
14 N. W. 16tit Am4faxTffle whole. Your vote and
Phone WO support on,
43551 Mrs. Lonnie Harris entertainedat and children of Lake Butler; and Sept., 9 ,will be deeply appreciated.A. ( Adv. paid for bt W, P. Shelter.:' StatfCampiif
Florida! the Maxville 'Baptist Church j jI Tommy Tyre of Melrose were B. WHITJSHiSAU.! Director: Herbert E. Wolfe State Campaign I Tretturer

I __'0.. Tuesday: iht with a'weiner roast!: Sunday, dinner.guests of,Mr. and FOB ,COUNTY---r.COMMISSIONER. I -- ..



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:\r-r 01111 BRADFORD COtWW! iJO GS fl, StARgfi!, IfLEib1 DAY, AtrcrsT 28, isa

... ._ ....... ... ,. ... ., .. .
.bd:>. tor- .. Joyce Club

Rudolph Hutcheson l Executive BoardThe I I High School PTA will oper-
\ l 9 ( ete concession booths at the courthouse -
I In Hampton ChurchIn Executive Board of the'I and the city hall on Tuesday -

a 'ciouDle-nng:; candlelight ceremony 3 Starke Woman's Club will meet 1' Sept. 9, the date ot the First

i 4 Fr : in, Hampton Christian j Thursday afternoon Sept. .3, at pemocratic Primary and the City
.... Church on .Sunday, Aug., 1,. Miss Vi-_ ::2:30 o'clock at the club house. Election. .

GJ Adya Mooty Joyce V. BeaJ) of Hampton became

..,..- ..... .. ...,.,..,. ... -..-.- .... _..,.,. .",.' ;the bride of Rudolph Hutcheson,
.son of"Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Re-El Randal Giiliy for Council
Elementary PTA WSCS NoticeCircle Hutcheson"ot"si e._ jl City

To Meet Sept. 2' A ;'1o Rev. J. E. Sherwood? pastor of
1 will meet at the homeof the First Christian Church, M 1

Starke Elementary PTA invites 1\ rs. H. C. Ritch, 1310 1<.:. Call StarRe, performed the ceremony 1j j

memoers 01 all PTA's'in the count St.. Tuesday Sept 2, at 10 a.m.Mrs. before an altar banked with bouquets ROBBINS'
of and white gladioli, .
to meet with them on Tuesday Alice Anderson and Mrs. C. pink k. 'ac !, S
and white candles.
'September 2. at the Elementary L. Scholl will be co-hostesses. greenery .
,The bride granddaughter of
Cafetonum. The subject s 'v .
for the discussion will be of interest ,,Mr. and Mrs! J. E. Adkins, ; was s

to all parents and will cover Circle 3 will meet at the church 1t given in. marriage by beT uncle,
the MW forms for report cards. I I 4 1' C,.E., Adkins ot Oklawaha. Her
in Fellowship Hall at 3 Mon-
p.m. s sr
This will not be a supper meet- 2 t gown, of white lace over satin \ r
day, Sept. 1. Mrs. Titus Olson fashioned with a many-tiered
ing because is the first day of was
tfhocf. The meeting will begin at pnd Mrs. Kitty Andrews will be i pt skirt- and fitted top. The Peter (
Pan collartu bolero featured! long "
7:39 p. m. I I hostesses. L Boys' WesternDUNGAREES
sleeves, pointed at the wrist and
# r her embroidery-edged veil of illusion -
"" J Jane
fell .from a pearl tiara. She 1 .
carried a white Bible, topped with Lyle Buck III

T i a' white orchid and lilies of the e 10 Oz. .' Size 6-12
To Wed November 8 : *
F-R-E-E \ i&
I valley. A strand of pearls washer '

I 3 only ornament.Bridesmaids ,Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richardeof : 1.69
WITH.EACII ONE YOU BUY Y _4 : were Miss Linda the State Farm announce the :
Hutcheson, sister of the bride-
; of their ,
engagement daughter
"We Eliminate the \ Profit"MARY
groom, and Mrs. Rob Faile, who
i Harriet Jane, to Lyle Haywood A
blue ballerina *
wore pink and I
Buck III, son of Mrs. Margaret
CARTER PAINT STORE They carried bouquets -
s length gowns.
Buck of Palatka and Lyle H. Buck

501 N. W. 8th Ave, Gainesville 'FR.67588 9 end of pink flower and blue headbands carnations to, of Jacksonville. I ,'4 Boys' .* .
wore The wedding will be an event of i ,
Bessie Lee ,Dukes match their gowns. November 8 in the First Methodist
Woman's ,ClubCommittees Wilbur Barry of Brooker was Starke. SPORT SHIRTS
Weds' Wm BrookinsIn
the, best man, and ushers were I
Miss Richarde from
That's Our Business Folkston, Ga. Bert McGee, and Freddy Stephens Bradford High School in the class' TOM SAWYER

If Are Announced of Starke.. Miss Barbara Mat- of 1956, and Mr. Buck was a memober : -r, Size, tl '
It's Glass We Have Itl!
Miss Bessie Lee Dukes, daughter t chett of Hampton sang "I Love of the graduating class ot
CALL WRITE 01 VISIT of Mr., and Mrs. Edgar C. "Love, and Understanding" willb You ,Truly," accompanied, at the 1955. fr/.i 11149
the club theme for 1U5! '59: .:
Dukes, became the bride of .Wil- ? piano by Jimmy Morris, who also .
Joe Peters Glass Co iam Brookins, son "of Mr.: and chosen by the ,official board of played the traditional wedding -
the Starke Woman's Club at a
Mrs., Orville Brookins, Thursday marches. ? 4 s I. .
'FOR' ANY 'GLASS NEED afternoon, Aug. ,21, at, 5 "o'clock called meeting held at the clubhouse ,Following: the ceremony at the AEg.
on..Wednesday: of last week. church small ,was .
We Design Modern Store Fronts in Folkston, Ga. The double ring : a reception; STARKE FLA. "Fruit of the'loom", .>
,Plans were made for programs held in the bride's home. .A three-
ceremony was performed byR v.Larry'
Just MaD ts' A Pattern for and activities for the cake, with
king coming year tiered wedding topped
:pastor of the, Fqjks- SHORTS 59c BRIEFS 59c
Table Tops ton Methodist Church. and Mrs.):1., B..Pe.ytQnjresident, wedding bells and decorated With Fri., S t2.: .. Aug. 29, 30 -

1313 N.W. 4th PL GalnesTille, FIa. Phone FR. !-43S! The bride chose for her wedding gave 11, short talk on the program pastel flowers, was sery.to DOUBLE' FEATURE T-SHIRTS 59c .
a light blue street length theme; which will pave,as,,its symbol guests, along with punch. Showndown <
a heart., .After a short wedding .trip, the
dress .complemented with white "
blue Mrs. A. R. Norman chairmanof couple left for Nashville, Term AbileneJock UNDERSHIRTS 39c
and accessories and white
.} ; r, .tX:xtitwsrtvs.y the year IDOOK, announced that where Mr. Hutcheson,is attending
carnation corsage. Mahoney Martha flyer ,
work had been completed and they deisel school, for the next seven Size 4.16
) I I.
: :
her sister as maid of, honor. the September'meeting.. are graduates .of Bradford HighS Lay That' Rifle DownWith
??,.:v' '?SC } ?: :rY} She "wore"'a blue taffeta, ,dress The following chairmen have hool & Starke. .

complemented with white accessories been selected to serve for the coming .The new Mrs.'. Hutcheson was Judy Cano'aPlus
Serial Chapter 10.and Color
and a pink carnation cor- at BOYS' and
year employed Prudential Insurance Cartoon
sage.Mr. Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Co. in Jacksonville, in 1957K andhas lt c
Brookins had as best man J. H. DuPre Parliamentarian, more been r a
; ., recently working SUN..l\JON., TUES. GIRLS'Just ,.
I Curtis G. Edwards, brotherinlaw Mrs. R. A. Green; Spiritual leader as a_ secretary Gainesville., : Spice Aug. 31 and Sept. 1, 2 E C

of the bride.After Mrs. R.. A .Green; Press Book his graduation from ERS in June BIG DOUBLE 'FEATUREQUANTEZ
.the ceremony the couple Chairman, Mrs. C. .L. Scholl; this year, Mr. Hutcheson has been

returned to the home of the bride Courtesy, Mrs. Harry Mooty; employed at Big Dad Mfg. .Co. in
Judge policies by what Y for the reception. Membership, Mrs. _J. W.! Kincaid; Starke.- Fred Max-Murray, Dorothy Malone Right for Back-To-School

The bride's table was covered Year Book_ Mrs. A.. R..,Norman; Guests at the wedding from out And

saY.,not by. what., they weight with a white linen cloth and held .Junior Womans Club senior sponsor of the county were Mr. and Mrs. Streets Of LarendoWilliam 7",.
the four-tiered, wedding cake de- Mrs. Hogan. Smith, Little C. E. Adkins ofWklawaha, and P. iY
Holden William Bendix
corated in pink and yellow and Women's Club advisors, Senior D. Adkins of Dundee,'both unclesof 198.ROBBINS'
Many people think that the more_ insurance policies' Phte [Color Cartoon for Children
topped with a miniature bride Club, Mrs. E. L.. Matthews;, ,Junior -the bride. : :
Not e
they the more protection they true.
carry and- ,Club, Miss Della Rosenberg.. : 3
You all the fire theft and liability insurance Sept. 4
can get you' Mrs. Brookins graduated from Under First Vice-President''M'ra.H. Program Planned DOUBLE
ceed in i ..with You -
premium. can save
one policy. one
American Citizenship
of C. Ritch
Bradford High School, class
as much as 20% ...or have more protection than you 1957. She is now employed with Mrs.R- by" Johns; American!On Child- Care--- The Unholy Wife

get from separate policies. Call. us for details. now. Prudential Life Insurance.. Co. in Home, Mrs. L. G. Powell;, Conservation By Junior' club 'Diana* Dors, Rod Steigen
Jacksonville. Mrs. Guy Andrews;, '

HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY"INSURANCE Mr. Brookins graduated from Health, Mrs. J. E. Wall Jr.; In-I hold The its Junior Woman's Club will The Parson And The
ternational Relations, Mrs. F, B. meeting the club
Bradford High in 1955 and is now
Beard; Youth, Mrs. Dave Paulk.I ;year on Thursday, Sept. 4, at S OutlawThe
SPECIALISTS" serving in the U. S. Marine Corps', Under Second Vice-President Mrs. p.m. with the new officers presid- Story of Billy the Kid "The Store of Values'LETS .
stationed In Washington, D. ,C. I program'will
E. A. Hall: Education Miss ing. The be on childcare Plus Color Cartoon
200 E. ,Can Street Phone WO 4-4801 After the reception the young Florence Jennings' ; Fine Arts, Mrs. ,,and a noted pediatrician will -- J- f

couple left for a short wedding Merrill Struth; Music. Mrs. Lloyd be. the guest speaker. .. .
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Starke, FloridaRepieaentie4 trip- in South, Florida.. Green. Under Third Vice-Presi- Members are reminded that dues n_ ._ T -_,--- -- -.- -
; dent Mrs. Junius Smith: Finance, are. .(payable! 'now and, will be, de- .
I; Miss Mary Monroe Mrs. H. A. Boship Jr.;: Grounds, L'nquent' ) after October lv .

Mrs. Pual Raymond; House, Mrs. Hostesses for the, first meeting
the Hartford Fire Insurance Company Becomes Bride
W B. Parks < Mrs. will be Mrs. Doyle Conner, chairman -
j I Of Mr. MendozaOf I J:. W. Kincaid!!; Press, Mrs. C. L. Mrs William Henderson, KEEP B. CBen' Holtzendorf
S holl. Under Fouth Vice-Presi- ,Mrs. J..:T, Pollard Mrs.: Paul Car-

interest here is the marriageof dent Mrs.'W. B. Mundy: Library, ter, Mrs.. X. Af. .Smith,,and Mrs. !,, ,. -

Miss Mary' Lanier Monroe, Mrs. O. L. Beasley; Program, Mrs. L. C.Hinson, ,Jr. : .
DID. YOU KNOW THAT! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney K. G..Duncan; and Social, Mrs. U. An executive board meeting' will

Monroe of Jacksonville to Carl J Houpt.Members. be' held Thursday, Aug,. 28, at 8pjn. .
i -
Clifford Mendoza Jr., son of Dr. are reminded to pay',:I at the home of Mrs. RandalChitty CHIEF OF POLICE
and Mrs. Carl C. Mendoza of their dues on or before the first''' 47? W.: _Madson St Allcommittee r'
YOU CAN BORROW% Jacksonville, and grandson of fall meeting, Sept. 10. chairmen 'and'officers Q

Mrs. T. J. Griffin of Starke. The are urged to attend and help mare e HONEST

wedding took place 'last Friday plans; for ,the new club year.
evening at 8 o'clock in the South Mrs.' J. T. QuigleyIs S FAITHFUL .

UP TO $$25,000ON Jacksonville Presbyterian- Church, Honor Guest city.ical center being erected in t-i the I""* ::T e IMPARTIAL

with Dr. Stephen. Haevin officiating r
At Birthday Events ,On .Friday the, Quigleys were 1 : > e EXPERIENCEDWHY
A TITLE ONE FHA INSURED LOAN of dinner guests of lrs. Quigley's
A fan-shaped arrangement Mrs.J. T. Quigley was the Hon brothers and their wives at the .

With 5 Years To Pay At Only 5 Per Cent Interest wfitte chrysanthemums and car- or guest at a series of birthday Green Oak Restaurant south,, of M

nations graced the altar table of parties during the past week. .On tarke. Monday evening,Mr.: and

the church, and tall baskets of Wednesday, Aug. 20, Mr. and''Mrs. Mrs. Quigley were.invited by Rev.

matching flowers were used I W. A., Scott of Gainesville enter- and.oils Clarence. Dibble to',Pen-: MAKE
need :
Do of native
you against background tained Mr. and Mrs. Quigley at rey Farms wherf. Mrs. Quigley
greenery and lighted white tapers I dinner, after which they were take: shared honors with Mr. Dibbleat
A Family Room in cathedral candelabra.The en'on a tour of the large'new med- a birthday' dinner.REGISTRATION '
v 1 bride, who was given in I
An Extra- Bath- marriage by her father wore a

gown of frosty white Chantilly A
Extra Bedroom Ipce poised over taffeta. Her I>**B ctrx fc )A M +V% CHANGE?

Remodelled fingertip veil of sheerest illusionwas

Kitchen held in plate by a matchinglace
Tirown embroidered in. pearls" ; 'f' t' :

New Floors and sequins with double. pointed I

(Tile or Wood) back. She carried a cascade bou- ; DATE;. :' The,off ice of Chief of Police is a very responsible one and
quet of stephanotis and frenched f

A rt1a.., Heating, Cooling -' carnations centered with white or- FORSATURDAY requires the best efforts of the man who holds this osiP -

or Ventilating chid&The
bride's attendants were .' : r tion. Since serving you in the office, Ben Holtzendorf
gowned alike in yellow chiffon

/ .J I" New RoofEnclosed matching formals with peaked which strawbraid they wore coiffure nlaneE has strived to improve the standards of the Police De-

Porchor caps., They carried white nylon -
partment in all He believes in
Carport lace fans with cascades of yellow respects. promptness,
toI Um.doori" daisies and talisman roses.
It forgot courtesy and in law enforcement. If elected
Termite Protec Dr. Mendoza servsa as besr&lan efficiency ,
fj Studio'
tion, for his sonFollowing ;
the ceremony thebride's to this important office Ben Holtzendorf will continue to
Insulation I
parents entertained witha

Interior or Exterior reception at the San Jose COun- AUGUST 30 serve the city in the same manner in the future as he has

J&JBUILDING try Club. Assisting in serving ,
Finishing were Mrs Griffin Mrs. Carrie : in the past.
.1:00 To 4:30 P.M.
SUPPLIES Hitch 'Mrs. T. G. Hitch, and Miss
IF SO. .
QUALITY & SMVICi Annie Darby, all of Starke. At The STARKE, LIONS CLUB ,I'
Phone 3 WO 4-2111 After tie reception Mr. and s' !
301 E CALL ST STARKE, FLA Mrs. Mendoza left on a wedding t For Information Call WO 4-6694 Vote To Keep A Good Man On Sept. 9

For Free Estimate trip to Jamaica. ,

The bride attended Landon High Tap -- Ballet All Ages
School in Jacksonville and Florida VOTE FOR B. C. (BEN) HOLTZENDORFPaid
NOTICE We will be closed from Saturday
12 noon State University, where she Special Teen-Age.and Pre-Teen Ball Room Classes

August 30, until September 2 so our employees can was sorority a member and the of Village Sigma Vamps.Mr. Kappa. i "

:I enjoy-the-Labor Day Weekend. Mendoza attended Bolles CLASSES START-SEPTEMBER 4 ( Pol. Adv.)
School in Jacksonville and is a I Ii

student at FSU.

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n+ .....*. *.* 4, .._ Mrs. Guy Andrews and sen, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. 'BeardJrT '"!t Ahd"M1L'C..C'Hbppe': .of r .
Tommy were vacationing in Virginia and family Sanford were weekend Tpmr :were 'vacationing with\ I irthdaYPartics _.....,.._...--- ,.....-.- '! ... J

and Annapolis. Md. the. past guests'of Mr. and Mrs. Beard Mrs. O. L, Beasley and Mrs. J. For Two Ybuiig

two weeks. Sr; I W. Kincald the past week. Honor Guests 11 :
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill had as Gilda Graham is spending this, Mr. and .Mrs. Gilbert Brown 199

guests over the weekend .Milton week in Tampa with Mr. and!and family spent the past ,week Johnny ,Warren celebrated: bis j I

IN THK Dill Mrs. J. M. Lott Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randal, who were ,at Fontana' Village N. C. eighth ;birthday, .on.,W dI1;sday. Ir
NEWS Mrs. Walter Luciw Mrs. Bessie .weekend; guests of the Grahams. 'I Miss ,Florence Brcwn returned Aug. 20, with a party at his home,
Coffee and 'son. James and Miss Betty and Carl Hansel of Tampa to her teaching duties at Emerson $21 .N. Myrtle avenue
.. .. ., .... .. Stella Hatfield. all cf Jacksonville. ,' ,
- - .W' -- were weekend guests of Mary'I]|Elementary school in Miami on The'young guest enjoyed pony j
I 'Miss Babs Lance of Charity I Sunday. rides and favor after
Lu were
and given
Jerome Edwards. !
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hipps and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons
I Mr. and Mrs., Clyde Robertson I and family are spending this weekin be Hospital home for New Orleans, La. will : J. B. Rowe cf Jacksonville for-I Mrs. Mary Reddish of which they"had a weiner roast. TVy .
and family of Waycross were Miami with ,relatives. the Labor Day week- mer Starke resident, is making who has been ill, spent LawteY'1 Mrs. J. D. Warren was assisted j -

(weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Coleman end.Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Harrell II"his home with Mr. and Mrs. M. D. week with.her,daughter,.Mrs. Logan by *Mrs." ,R. B.. Cauffman.. '
Harrison. Eider. Baldwin and Mr, ,Baldwin. "
A. S.
They spent Sun- .
; at, Silver Springs moved into their new home on and daughter, Ann of Florence; I Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Elrod.Jr. .Miss. Anna Ruth Crosby .of I )irS: R. B. Cauffman"'entertain-\ ,
pay !, the Brownlee road Friday. S. C. were last week guests of Mr. were in Daytona Tuesday on Jacksonville .and/'Russell CrosbY ..1 ed at a !birthday party Saturday 5 '
Mi Temple Hess of Jacksonille Mrs. Charles McQuaig and and Mrs. F. B.
Beard. business.. of Starkepentthe, .weekend.with afternoon for her daughter, ..
y and Miss Fa'ye Hawkins of I I JUdy'l .
children of Waycross. Ga. spent Mr. and
Mrs. Maxie Ward of \\7io was celebrating her
friends in'
O. O. Webb. Jr. of Jacksonville Sumter, ,S. C. .
Wewahitchka were Wednesday to the past two weeks with her parents Jacksonville were last Thursday ,
spent Sunday with his father Mr. Miss Marguerite Clark of Mi- niversary.The I -
Sunday guests of Miss Melissa Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. Wil- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. t i hI
Webb. ST. l ami spent the weekend with her young guests enjoyed bUb-1 !
Btalungs.I liams. B. Beard. Mr.' and Mrs. Henry Godwin parentsJMft\ and Mrs.J. E...Clark, ble gum. .contests and prizes were : I
... Mrs. Myldred Cuttino and were ,in Ocala ever the weekend Mr. and Mrs. J..F. Bloodworth awarded to. thewinners.. 'They receiveaschool -1
- i daughter. Melody spent Tuesday visiting ,her mother Mrs Lola and family'have moved.to _334 St. autograph' books' as I HEREI
RVElect Randal Chilly for City Couiii1To at St.; Augustine and Marineland. Johnson.Mr. Clair street into the J.C. Laura- .favors.: >Birthday cake and' 'ice l
Mrs.. Jennie Hawkes and Mrs. and Mrs. W. J. Dodd and more home which they have pur- .cream were served''alter" ,"** .
Isabel) Hecker of Tallahassee son. Bobby and granddaughter chased., The Lauramores have ,games.' thej .ry' 'a,
pent last week with Mrs. R. H. Leigh Priest of Live Oak spent moved to Macclenny.. .. ,Mrs,,Cauffman was assisted Dy I ..
Barbour at her home on Kingsley last week with friends' and relatives Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. >tr ,.J. D. 11arren.Mr ( .. .
in Mississippi. ly are renting, the,Dally '1 .
= Lake.Mrs. Kel-I '
THE VOTERS. Lollie Coleman and'Mrs.: Hugh Mitchell Jr. of Brook- (C32 Pinewood Drive,, I "and Mrs. Ervin Andrews I .
Ruth Pope of Lumber City Ga.! haven, Miss visiting his uncle I Mr. and Mrs. .David Chandler and son of New Smyrna Beach I'

were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jessie and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. and daughter cf Jacksonville were were vacationing with their par I"" I
OF THE CITY OF Coleman and other relatives. Dodd this week. Sunday visitors of Mr., and Mrs.j I tints. Mr. and Mrs.' Dave Paulk
STARp Mrs kIG1 .
and Mr.and R. R. Andrews
Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns T-Sgt. and Mrs. L. J. Richardson R.. V. Chapman "
and daughter, Markleyann. have and family. of 'Valdosta, ,Ga. Judge ,.and Mrs. T. A. Yawn I the ''past'two weeks.

I am a candidate for the office* of City been In Asheville, N; C. the past are renting the former Ray Taylor Jr. and family and Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr: ,and.Mrs.:, J..D, Stanford of I ; :?
three weeks. house in Saratoga Heights. Mrs. G. Caldwell spent Sunday at I I Jacksonville were Sunday guests I II
Councilman in 1 in the to :
Group Jesse"Newsome" .
pi Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Richardson is the daughter of St. 'Augustine: Beach.. I
held on. September 9th. son'ahd Mr. and Mrs. J.. H. Raul- Mr. and Mrs. M. 'W. Lance. Mr., and Mrs. Robert Diamond The Newsomes also had as a guest'\ II SCREEN

I have been a resident of the City of Starke erson of Gainesville spent last Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair have bought the.Doris Stewart I last Wednesday and P Th rsdaf'l -It .
it week at. the Futch cottage at and daughter Evelyn have been house at 623 Pinewood Drive I ,
38 years: I own my home in Starke and Kingsley Lake. vacationing at the Slade guest Mrs. H..'L. Brownlee. returned I Tom Long returned_ Sunday" j MEASURE 262 SQ. INCH :;
'is my intention to continue to live in S.tarke.. Mrs-V. V. Hazen was visitingMr. house at Kingsley Lake the past home Monday after three weeks I after spending the summer' in \ VIEWABLE AREA \ -.

I graduated from Bradford High School, en- and Mrs. Max Furlong in two weeks. d her Cottage at. St. Augustine Wilmington;, Dela.' "where he was' 1N ..
tering the automobile sales field in whichI Gainesville Sunday and Monday. Mrs. M. W. Lance returned Beach. Dr. apd Mrs. M. C., Stith employed with .a.construction'. ..
Mrs.: Hildabelle Bence of Jack- home last Friday after a month in and daughter, Sandra, of Falls company" Jj.e8.s accompanied I ..
continuous service for over 33 Marshall of Wilmington .
have home :
Johnny ?
by -
sonville was visiting her sister Waycross and,Valdosta. Ga.> and,Church Va. who were guests of ..
years, of which time 32 years and 10 monthswas jM/s.: Etta Hoover, on Monday. : Brimingham. Ala.with relatives.Rev. Mrs. Brownlee ,at St. Augustine! for a week's visit. MODEL 4291. .
with one employer.I Mr; and Mrs; L. F. Smith, Jr. W. S. McAliley will return returned to their home on Tuesdays Mr. and Mrs. Morris Williams _' -
and family of DeFuniak I Springs I Friday from four weeks schoolingat 'and children of.Folkston, Ga.-will .r
am a member of the First Baptist Church', I will spend the weekend' with her the Columbia Theological Seminary Mrs. Howard E. Hill, Sr. of spend the weekend with Mr. and' .

Starke, Fla. and have been since 1923. mother) ''Mrs\ Lucile Davis. in Dfratur. Ga. _. Crete, Ill:, Mr. and Mrs,.Hill, Jr, Mrs. Jesse'Newsome.Dave Y
Ira. Harris is confined in the Mr. and Mrs Bobby Turner and and children< of..Harv.ey", nj,,.Mr.. Long left' Tuesday for ....
I served the Council of Starke during >
on City D ta! where he will
Veterans Administration Hospital family of theState;, Farm were and Mrs., Luster Hardin and children -, Wilmington P1111(0 .
the years of World War II for one term in Atlanta Ga': for' four weeks. Sunday luncheon) guests of Mrs. of.Belleview;:'and Mr. andMrs. attend St.' Andrews High School ..
of two years and for business reasons did His family will return home this Alice Anderson. Ellis Hardin and.son of Orlando for the coming term. 'r .1 l' R
not offer for reelection.If weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arnold and "were weekend guests of Mr. ,Linda Wasdin had'as guest' ;
Mr and Mrs. Alton Revel and daughter, Jackie .were visiting ;and .Mis. Nathan Sanford at MOl.day'and Tuesday, her cousin 1
you elect me your Councilman in Group 1, daughter. Judy of Tallahasseewill Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Butler-In ,Pinehurst Motor Court.. The Efluilla. Wasdin of Patterson Ga.
I I will represent each of you fairly and equally be weekend guests of Mr. and Hollywood last' week. I guests were entertained at,a swim JMrfc and biers. M. ,L. Simmonsand S9tNOW

in your City affairs. Mrs. Guy, Sale.Mrs. Mrs: Del Colley .and daughter I party and barbecue ,at 'Lake Mal.vSinimons of Blakeley' ,a
L. D. Green is in Talla- Jackie Mrs. Daisy Perryman and Geneva,, and went'to St. Augu7stine. Ga. 'weis weekend= guests of Mr.
.j A Vote for ORIE A. WIGGINS by you is hassee with her daughter Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Wainwright are in New I .and.then returned to Illinois and Mrs. Ned.Yancey.,

a Vote for a growing, progressive and pros-. Willard Pass who has been ill.Mr. Orleans La. where .they attended on Wednesday. 11irs.. "Owen. Vaughn' Is improving
perous City of Starke. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman, the graduation of Miss Barbara I, ,Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and after,being ill for the past month. 'Introduced. months ahead of time!
who' spent the summer in Ashe- Colley frcm Charity Hospital i son. Mickey and,Mrs. Rodney.Hall ;).4rs? S?G. Denmark and children ; Buy now and save! New '59 chassis, circuitry i
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT ON. SEPT. ville, N. C., are home on business School of Nursing. on Thursday'I were in Perry pn Saturday to Attend spent. theweekend'in .Pom- Super-bright Aluminized(picture.Top-
9TH WILL BE APPRECIATED. this week and will return to Ashe- Aug. 28. Also in the graduatingclass the, wedding of ,Miss .June patio Beach with Mrs. F.. C. Morris level Tuning! Built-in, Pull-Up PiVOT-TENNA

ville for 'a short stay. is .Miss' Pat Kucera former t Dansby to Bill Fleckens.tein. ,: 2. .-gets sharpest picture.In smart Ebony-finish
RESPECTFULLY Mrs. N. L. Woodburn and fam- State Farm resident. II.II Diane Ritch, of Hialeah spent Dr. and Mrs. W., E. Middletpnwere with gold trim. Complete No extras to
'fly were called to Ottumwa la. A2C Floyd Russell Crosby Jr. the.weekend with, her grandmother visiting Mr. and Mrs the first Earl ,kqy| ,... See it todayl! '
last Friday by the death of her left Tuesday for Seattle Wash. Mrs..Carrie Ritch, and attended Middleton... Melbourne? :
nephew. Toby Ploss. They expect j[where he will embark for a year's the Monro -Me d !I- weddingin of:.the.;"week vMr "
One Wiggins to return this Friday. "duty in Alaska. Jacksonville last Friday even- and Mrs. Zack Crawfordand $
son Tom,.of O lnesville. pent.
ing.Mr. the weekend with Mr.. and Mrs. S.R .
and Mrs. Willard Swindleof $100 TRADEIN
PROTECT DRIVER'S I Dover Sunday visitors of Johns
.1.J.Pd. Pol. Adv.) your, license o I Mr. and'.Mrs.were: .,Al, Crosby, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith, and
/ I Miss Kate struth spent thepast amily :were:vacationing atSanta
BUY two weeks at Atlantic Beach re.SLake Saturday- tq-.Tuesday.t
: with.Mr.and,Mrs. W. L Edwardsand Miv and Mis. Titus,Olson spentSunday
Ir Mrs. Don Cornell and family. in Waldo; attending the .ON YOUR OLD TV!

LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCE I Mr. and Mrs Barney McRae fikes.family..reunion at the,home
I,Jr; of" Miami were_ visiting Mr. pf Mrs. Mae .Hawkins.
ONLY $5.00 DOWN i I i and Mrs. McRae. Sr. on _Sunday. i Mrs. Bertha; Pearce spent
Thursday to Sunday :with her C. H. NASWORTHY% Phil Dealer
Buddy [IF. M.1 Crawford entered co
ISfo: Membership Fees -- 6 Mo. Policies the Bradford County Hospitol daughter, Mrs. Mary Lane in
Jacksonville who is getting along
en .Sunday for further observa 310'E. Call St. Starke Fla.
iic.ejy .alter \being,confined in a '"
tion and treatment. '
Builds This House On Your Lot 4
; hospital. 1
Mrs: 'Al Harley of St. Albins, 1 .
DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY W. Va. is spending two weeks A'" .. Democratic
with. her, parents. Mr. and ,Mrs. .
%: Barney E. ,McRae and family.Mr. .
lob W. Call Street Phone 285
."and Mrs: R. ,E. Mundorff Sample Primary Ballot"SEPTEMBER -III,
1- II are -vacationing, this week, at '
Santa Fe Lake. -
C Dianne and Margaret Colson '. .,. .,.?' 9, 19)8';)
w .
era. visiting their..uncle and aunt. "J' "

Mr.,and Mrs. G, P. Dover.in.Fpjt BRADFORD COUNTY. ;
i ,-
Lauderdale this week., t.. .! l I ; 'a ,
Carl! Roberts. Jr..,*'ho is spend- S
Authorized Ford Dealer ing, this' week with. ..his father

x- and .family, 'leaves Sept. 1. forDesMoines.IaMwhere4ie To Vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot, mark a cross ,(X) in the

will en- square atthe: RIGHT pf the name pf the person for whom you desire .to .vote. '.
ter his .Junior ,year at. Still College ,
more new 1958 Fords Osteopathy and Surgery. \ .'
-- ..Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brown,have
"The Capri"CASH ; purchased the Don Champion Congressional I County -

will be sold this weekto I house-..Mr.,and>824 Mra..Geerge-Kaufmann Thomas street* .-,- < UNITED STATES SENATOR .- COUNTY COMMISSIONER. :.

PRICE 1495 55 % '."
spent last Thursday Saturdayin .
"w. ;, (Vote for One) District No. 1'f :
6 -Gainesville Gav .ra. .4' .
.. Mr,,.and...Mrg. /::. E. Hernwalland (Vote for One)
'Thk! ''modern 2-bedroom home is designed for Southern liv- ,meet our August 'daughter, .Marilyn .spent the I I. J :

ing. Three Jalousie Windows and a Jalousie Door are among past, two weeks.,. ..yaCationtng.JnSouth1 'SPESSARD 1. HOLLAND ,. :
the bUndard 'feature offered in this well-constructed'home.! )Florida Alabama,.,.,and .. : I-E. n
Completely finished: outside doors, ytadous, screens, etc. Georgia ,. .. .,,*. ... JLAUDE .PEPPER r r L. CRAWFORD : :

and'2 coats of paiut Partitions, studding and floors ,onlyon quota -Mr-arid Mrs. Drew Reddish and r 'fT I "
sos Stan,..Greg ..Reddish. Glen EWELL LAWSON
RaQ ish/taBd Miss,JRobbie Capps 's tate' I
spent Thursday in SUAvgust ., ,
zoo'. WEEKEND SPECIAL George Huggins, is attendingthe RAILROAD AND PUBLIC A. B. WHITEHEAD :
l * '
":' '- County' Agricultural Agents UTILITIES COM I1SSIONER. .. :
State conference at the. U. of 1". COUNTY COMMISSIONER' .
this week. Group No. 1VoWforOne .

TC$4M. iATW : IEDCOOi ." 30 MONTHS' $ 4 i H|A f* DEALER Mr.the and State Mrs.Farm H. attended M. Richardsof par- ( ) District No. 4 I ;:
(Vote for One) .
TO. PAY. AND ents weekend at Annapolis, Md. .

o 45E; b;, BANK I I T l FACTORY and an visited ensign their at the son.U Henry;; S. Naval, whois VERNON D. BOND I I 0 :

= ,
Mrs. C. B. Terwillegar and children "
LNIN6 tOOM etJ'l t.OOI AooD are 'in' Sanford for several WILBUR C. ,KING I I '
days Visiting her parents, Mr. and
Stock Number C-44. 1958 Ford Custom 300. Mrs. J., H._ Truluck. NAOSII T. MURRELL I ".
Mr. and Mrs Herbert Thomas
aoarI Tudor, Black Mileage MakerOil Filter- and daughter, Kathleen, and Mrs.
( Irene Roberts will spend the Labor RAILROAD AND PUBLIC
I Air Cleaner 5 Tubless Tires SafelySteering Day weekend' at their camp in UTILITIES COMMISSIONER i
.e o' Scrub.
the .
Door Locks Center
Safety -
: -
'Jeffery Paulk of Willacoochee, Group No. 2 .

Fill Fueling. Ga, is visiting Miss Sylvia Paulk (Vote for One) "f= :;:". :
JIM WALTER CORP."World's this week. ;,I, .
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Fiveash .
and children' of Kingston, N. C. ..
Largest & Best Builders .of Shell Homes" Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Deaver and JIM BLA. TON x'.
+ "
daughter of Winter Haven and. r
VISIT US OR CALL COLLECT Mrs; J. 0 Deaver of Brunswick .s. t \;, ; :
with Clyde TerwillegarWE Ga. spent several days last ,week JERRY W. CARTER .. .,. .
Gainesville Rt. 2 Box 213-A 'Hawthorne and Kin- '
with Mr., and Mrs. C. H. Nas ,
I I :
: -.' :
caid Roads -, Phone FR 22587. worthy. JIM FAIR .r1 4' '' ""-" . .

,Palatka, P. 0. Box 782, Located at the "r GIVE SHOPPORTUNITY COUPONS WITH Patricia Scoggins was visiting I [ ':' \i' : .
A. C \ ;
grandmother. Mrs
her '
: "
Phone 5971
:. -- '- -, -- '-' --.. Dowllng; at the ftlte'Fmn: Thurs- Y r

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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Adult Class UP ALLIGATOR the meeting re welcomed on behalf been appointed for the First Primary :Harley Jr. were very careful to select: above named Court and cause and
MMHHBH H Election to be held Tuesdays September 10 men who would serve in the interest you are required to serve a copy
of the post by CommanderRabb. 9th A. D. 1938: in the various 1 of better agriculture In our of your answer or pleading to the
GRIFFIS LOOPBy CREEK SNow and each member was urged: precincts of Bradfurd County. Fiori- it.unty.[ They urge that you carefully complaint on the Plaintiff*Florida Attor
RegistrationStarts cU: review the names. vote for the five ney Jcseph K. Skipper 221
to do his share
in the current 2, Fla.
FloridaTNEA1E Title Building Jacksonville
PRECIXCT SO. LAWTEY of your choice and return your ballot -
Miss Cathrinc Padgett&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAA with \ drive. Clerk. Arthur C., Pearce; Inspectors I before the deadlline date. and file the of original the Circuit In the Court office on
of the Clerk
Tuesday \1 : Ethel D. Reddish Jewell T. ft-S|IfS
LZark '1 __-4' .i Rabb urges all veterans to attend Roberts, James H. Eunice, Shirley or before the 22 day of September
the meetings of Post 56,!Johns* and Earl C. Mosley. 1958: otherwise the allegations -
Walton n.
1 NOTICE TO DEFEND said Complaint will be taken $s _
The members and visitors of Registration for Adult Education i which are held on the second and TRBC1XCT Clerk. Charles:XO 5 NORTH STARKE la Circuit Courts Bradford County, confessed by you.

: Classes will be neld Tuesday, fourth Tuesdays of each month. James R. Hardy; Inspectors: Floridai In Chancery. This notice snan oe published
Chasteen, Ella'at. '
Mary -
Boatdrain Baptist Church are en- 'Mary T. Srmthson. Plaintiff vs. Edward once each week for four consecutive
Sept. 2. at 7:30 pjn. in the Hign The next meeting will be Sept. tc.rsolDori,; li Norman. W. C. Smilh on, Defendant. weeks in the Bradford County
joying the preaching of Rev. Bud- Rhoden, Mildred app. Robert G. Case No. U-618 Telegraph.Dated .
School Library, and during the 8 at 7:30 p. m. at the Legion Green and I. R Clark. I
dy Horgarth of Hor- Notice To Appear this 14 day of August, 1158.
SAT., AUG. 30 ONLY Palatka. Mr. & from 8:30: a.m. until 3:30 p.m. hcme. PRECINCT NO. S KOl'TII STARKE To: Edward Smithson whOle residence l- (OFFICIAL SEAL

GIANT, DOUBLE FEATURE garth is the evangelist conductingour ir the USO Adult Education of. that fall approaches, the I Clerk. L. M. Gaines;, Inspectors: II< and address is: Unknown. CHARLES A. DAR Y,
revival and his daughter. Miss fice to fishing widow has not only daY- Trail Blanche Cooper Vaughn. Ruth B. You are hereby notified that a Clerk of the Circuit Court
according an announcement Ridge CierK
Broadway, Edw. W. Coclbenh. Eston suit for divorce By Marian L. Crosby Deputy
COJMiAPICIUIIS fl k/;:'J 1'I Jessie is a special singer with Mrs. yesterday by L. H. Uibson, time absence of her spouse to cope It. K. Jordan and Lillian Bishop. has been filed against you in the 8-21 4t '-11

A Horgarth at the piano. Others director. with but also the night tire forays -! Beats HighlandContinued PRECINCT NO. 4 .GKAHAM

RANDOLPH //AWLESS helping with the music are Mr. Several ,' into the night fishing haunts.I Clerk: H.Clarence E. Starling J. Frazier, John; A.InSpectors J.- '
new courses includingcare [ from Page 1] I The !1-lamm
fit'il19 &ripllll'fs
SCOTT and Mrs. Marcus Conner. Mr. and and maintenance of outboard Local enthusiasts of the cast I McKinney an*. John. C. Moody. i by Jack
:3 I HAMPTON"Clerk.
PLUON(0t3& ....... Mrs. Fred Haislop, Brother 0'- motors and lawnmowers, how to net are picking up some nice fat were Don 'Patray: Mike Funder- S : Gordon P. Wadsworth- Sr.; L Quiet Time

Cft" Li' ANGELA Brian. song leader, and Mrs. Jean root plants, driver training, home shrimp in the river off the City, bark, Bob Shannon, and Charles Inspectrrs: Win. H. Maxwell, Irs'l -- _

WlDI-iClHN [f IANSBURY Brocker at the organ. nursing, and several others will dock at Green Cove Springs.. Johns. Highland was representedby N'eta Brown.V. Johnson and Laura P: '- _

Mrs. Jean Brookins and chil- /the offered this fall, Gibson said. When you find a person who likes [ Merrill Struth, W. M. Smith, PRECINCT XO THERES.SA.\ I

AND dren of Cocoa are visiting her Other leisure-time and cultural to eat shrimp you will also finda Randy Chitty and Bob Kiertz. I Clerk, Henry B. Hinson; Inspectors f srRETw!vct'OuL'33
; Mrs. Louise V. Hall. Homer J.
p.r mount Presents busband's parents. Rev. and Mrs. classes for high school and college person who will tell you that he Finally the Trail Ridge number I 1'nnson and Mrs. Mattie Sibley. S

Orville Brookins of Hampton. Mr. graduates will include music, art, has never had enough shrimp at three team downed, the favorites PKKC1NCT! NO. 7-NEW RIVER j .

Brcokins is pastor of the Boat- literature creative writing, conversational one sitting. I will go along with 3-1 making the final tally s-4., pectors Clerk: : Mary Reddish Agnes R. Johns Andrews, Winnie; In- frl-

drain Church. Spanish, hobbies, that-there is nothing tastier.1 i For Trail Ridge were Dan Fogg Mae Andrews' and Dorothy L. Ander- r

Members and visitors of the crafts, public speaking, drama, Fried shrimp and tartar sauce I j C. Y. Copeland, Bill Few, and Bob (n.PRECIXCT L' I
radio television child hush hot coffee Lappe. For the losers were c.1 I XO. BKOOKER
Boatdrain Baptist Church enjoyed develop puppies, (unless Clerk, DavidV.. Green ; Inspectors: ---R '
.mM dinner on the grounds Sunday, ment, landscape gardening. health, you prefer a colder drink 1 and a E. Johns. Lou Muir, Art StricK-! X. (I. Hayes Sr.. U Jt. Green and Al Sr '
I bert Ernest Edward.By .
The revival will continue throughout homemaking etc. green salad. When you have put I land I and Ralph Bryan. I II order of the Board of County _

this week with song servicesat These are in addition to the all of this way. light up a good Commissioners of Bradford! County,
basic courses, such as reading, five cent cigar [let know Lawtey Defeats Florida, this August 4th. A. D. 1958. IS
1., 7:30: p. m. and preaching at 8. me I I OFFICIAL SEAL) \

.. _'" vyt All are welcome.Mr. arithmetic, handwriting, English, where you bought iti] and sit back I i Charles A. Darby, Clerk.2t r ,
I tIb
: 'j< { S science, social studies, etc., and and tell yourself the world is not 'florahome 87The _ 9-4 & v-.t
;; and Mrs. Thomas OUrian I L 'S
1 i ';": W, and children enjoyed swimmingand Bradford Count-, Klerldu. _
shorthand income
:Jl bookkeeping, ,
}" picnicing at Kingsley Lake Usually a light is hung over the Lawtey nine beat Flora- In Ke: Estate of Philip ilartineau
tax and others. dock or a 'basket with a fire in it deceased.
Thursday and Friday. home with a close score of 8-7 last
Plus "Ocean Of Lave" Cartoon For additional information: In- I NOTICE OF FILING PETITION ;
Little Michael Dale Curtis of and the net caster can cast his net Sunday at the Lawtey home diam- FUn FINAL DISCHARGE OF
terested pers ns are invited to in or adjacent to this lighter area ond. Florahome EXECUTRIXTo :
made all 7 runs f
SUN., MON. South Carolina is visiting his contact Mr. Gibson in the USO of water and catch shrimp. This in the All Whom It May Concern: I
Mr. and Mrs. Pete first inning with the local I Notice is hereby given that I have _
Aug. 31 and Sept. 1ICUtDMTM building, or School SuperintendentH. is mostly a night operation, so get boys holding them to that score filed my final returns as executrix IA
Griffis. P. Morgan the courthouse. cf the estate of Philip Martineau.
you fishing pass punched at home for the rest of the game. Start- ;
p.'-Piii.' Mr. and Mrs. Art Waldron of Written inquiries may be addressed deceased; that I have filed my petition /*- _
before you leave. You may be ing was moundsman Turner who for final discharge sad that I
Lake Placid are visiting Mrs. to Box 1190, Starke, and in gone into the wee small hours. was relieved in the third inning will apply to the Honaroble Theron
Waldron's father Gene Griffis. formation also 'toe obtained A. Yawn, County Judge of Bradford
may !
From the piers at New Smyrna by pitcher Mitch Brown. County. Florida on September 23. .
Rex Brookins of Cocoa visitedbis by telephoning WO 4-3071. Beach more night fishermen are IS58! at 10:00 a. m. for approval of

parents, Rev. and Mrs. Orville patching speckled trout. Using la The County Judge'. Court, IB And the same and for final discharge as S _' '
Mar- '
For Bradford County. Florida executrix of the estate of Philip ; ? S
SONGS Brookins and returned home withhis Rites MondayFor shrimp as bait, Bill Graham anda In Re: Estate of Joe Rouse, de tineau, deceased. I / w&an s '
LADD Vim hatedto of three Dated this August 27. 1958 at 'c : ;
wife and children. We party more anglers report ceased.NOTICE c -. Bradford County, Florida. aMH"f
organist Jean leave. 64 speckled trout during.a Martineau
I see our All creditors of the estate of Joe SIMargaret! z ;
TECHNICOLOR Hope they will be' back. soon.A Jones ChapelMrs. recent trip. Could not tell from Rouse deceased are hereby notified Margaret Martineau Executrix de-of .: .iA S
and required to file claims the estate of Philip Martineau,
Get Well Note to Mrs. Louise the number of fish a certain Mr. demands which they may any have against or Sponsored by members of the Madison Street Baptist Church

Griffis We hope you are well Carrie Carter Smith 80, Jones had whether he had taken said estate in the office of the county 8128 I 41 9118| '

of Dade City, died in a Jackson to commercial fishing or was just judge of Bradford County. Florida -
soon and back with us at church. in
at Starke
,T Remember our regular services. ville nursing home Friday, Aug. afraid he would not get back to within eight calendar months, Florida from, Ten farmers NOTICE have been nominatedto sijhTRent: It Trade It

Morning 22. after an illness of several the beach any time soon. I am the date of the first publication of I fill five positions on the Bradford
Sunday School. a. m.: She was (born in Clay this notice. Each claim or demand : County Agricultural Stabilization Con-
Worship 11 a. m.; Training still trying to figure where this must b* in writing an.) must state bervation Committee. The ten names
County on Nov. 19, 1877, and was fellow Jones gets all of his fishing the place or residence and post-office the nominating committee are.
Union 7 p. m.: and Evening Ser- the widow of Luther J. Smith. be address of thl: claimant and must be by Chester Andrews, Clyde Cone. N. J. WITH' A TELEGRAPH P
vices 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday Her were the late GeorgeY. information;but he can always sworn to by the claimant, his agent Davis Ed Durban Wade Gaskins: CLASSIFIED
parents best. or his attorney cr It James Rosier -i
found where they are biting will become void Clyde Hall. E. L. Kelly
jwn JEGMD' ) lWlC at 7:30: p. m. Everyone and Jane Austin Carter. according to law Felix Sapp and J. Whitehead..
ardent anglers
know couple
Plus ,Color Cartoon welcome. SurvIving are three sons, L. c. a August 26, 19: 8. Ballots will be mailed to all farmers :0 WORDS OR LESS. Omt lanertlOB (HlBlmim Charge) ?? ___ ,jf
C. who try not to let him out of their h'/0-' Administratrix CTA in the County August 26th and EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 ._ _____ 4e ftr W.,.
Smith Dade City Dewey of 8th ---- --
; of Joe
shoved him Rouse ceased.J must be returned by
who almost
Tues., Wed.Sept .2,3 Smith Jacksonville; and Levy A. sight first., Publication on August 28, to the ASC office In Starke accordIng 20,% DISCOUNT! 0\ HF.PF.AT INSERTION) !SAME AD
Local ManagerFor plumb out of Grandin Lake. to Mildred Sapp County Office Kf ADDITIONAL FOR BLI\D ADS OR ADS NOT PAID It ADVAWCIV! '
Marianna two
Smith; ; and two
Labor will be fishing Three regular
day a 828| 4t 818| Manager.
: D. Carter, Maxville, and M. D. alternate members will be elected to CLASSIFIED DISPLAY _____ $I.5 Per lark First Ia*.rtlo>
MAN HUNT IN Carter. Lawtey; one sister MrS. day, three days after full moon. Is AOTICElriUn" the Committee. R. 11.00 PER INCh FOR S\MB AD BRPFMTF.D ONE OR MORE TIMES
Be careful on the highway.to and hereby given that the fol- The nominating committee S.
Effie Johns, Starke; six grandchildren Clerks and_ Inspectors have Marco. Raleigh Conner and A.. H. CARDS OF THANK (Vp T. 80 Word) -----_ ___ 12.01
Jim Walter Corp."World's and nine great grand- from the lake, and if you must !r S OVER 80 WORDS _______n-________ 4 Cent Per Word
THE,. JUNGLEAND stop at the neon light let someone -
children. AND RESOLUTIONS: ____ 4 Ctmt
Largest homeBuilders" else drive. Remember to drop MEMORIALS --- Per War
held Mon-
Funeral services were 24 HOUR HOUSEHOLD
that big bass off at Red's for
day afternoon at 4 o'clock in the I/ j

Jones Chapel with Kev. weighing and, pick up that nice BUSINESS' IS GOOD
DeWitt ( NY
C. ,
Roth officiating. Burial: was in net being given away.Hampton 1 Operate your own REAL ESTATE PARKWOOD / -

MMK6ETS.ITS HANDS ON STARKEHARDWARE Crosby Lake Cemetery I' business UNITED! FARM As a AOECyou representative can of SUBDIVISION- I

Man have your own business rather than EX
uncertain in uncertain times. CLrSfl'ENEW '
We nationally-known coastto-
are a
wish to express to oar kind found Dead w coast organization! with a record of .. *
KIHG From 8 AM to 6 PM neighbors and thoughtful friends .S E R V thirty-three years dependable service "DISTIXCTIVE DE8IOV. -- ''"
and are seeking the right man
our heartfelt thanks for their Thomas Lawrence Gilmartin 70, ICE:0 or couple to take over the Starke FOR
THURSDAY-EACH WEEK many expressions of sympathy.The was found dead on the floor of territory. Complete: training adequate INFORMATION COMPLETE:

OF _ For beautiful flowers were especi- his home near Hampton last Saturday -. .:.-----------.-.- supervision assure success.and advertising No investment supportto re- ,

ally appreciated. The family ot morning. The body was quired. Real estate experience: not SEE .
Mrs. Carrie C. Smith. discovered by. his wife upon her Capable and Efficient Service j necesbaryLicensed salesman or
AppointmentsCALL II invited. details '
broker inquiries Complete FLORIDA REALTY CO.. t
return home from the Florida
mailed without obligation.
I Ii6N.WALNtT.:,- t
JACKSONVILLEEV W. C. T. J. Farm Colony at Gainesville and I U.MTKD FARM AfiKNCY PHONEV0485 |'-

he is 'believed to nSve been dead DIAL WOodland 4-4921 FOR lOllS T. LONG.'
7-1141 CollectOr "J. EDGAR HOOVER DECLARES about! three days. ill; WENT COLONIAL DRIVE
Mrs. Gilmartin stays at the I ORLANDO. FLORIDA BLDG. ...
Farm Colony during the week, I PHONE H04-tlU
FOR RENT-Furnished first floor
leaving her home in Hamptoneach
Starke, Fla PARENTAL FAILURE." apartments. Close in desirable lo
1 Monday morning, and return I cation. All conveniences. W. H.ollman. .
1li (tf) (THE NATIONAL VOICE) ing Friday afternoon. Upon discovering 'No Job Too Large Or Too Small' I.5 I \ 228 'W. Madson St. tfchg WANTED MAN OR WOMAN -

the of her husband (white) of good moral character between
body 2
..I. J.-, -_-_-_-_._-_.-_-._U_ __UaI_'_.) FOR REXT-Three bedroom apart the ages of 21 and 55, \\"ho-ca"
UIP she notified authorities. County ment. Large living room dining devote (10) or more hours week

"rI. V lIi TO THE CITIZENSOF Judge T. A. Yawn and Deputy room and installed.kitchen.Call Gas VVO4-heat,561,Telephone 429 tc pleasant for profitable lifetime work career per with Writ opportunities

Dolph Reddish investigated and W Jefferson St tfchg
K23-A. Starke.
.. m.suJt! BRADFORD COUNTYI pronounced death due to natural jtn .4
twJ LWY.lAaE- lA. E'111PMm, ,-, causes, with no inquest necessary.Mrs. ELECTRIC SERVICE, Inc. FOR SALK:posts.-4 Penta miles proct'Bsfence Norm on treated 3U1,

Plus Color Cartoon "Rain Rhod- take this method of expressing my deep appre- Gilmartin said that she It is a fact that you can Green & Bakken Post Co. tfch

ents" ciation for the confidence you have shown in me by became fearful that something Weldon and N. Thompson Sts. Starke, Fla. buy a brand new modern 3bed WE HAVE
a new loan
program for
home in Starke for -
giving me the nomination,_without opposition, for your might have happened to her hus- as little room as $3CO.00 down payment farmers. Loans of 1 to 6 years
Thun Fri. Sept. 4 5DOUBLEFEATURE band when he failed to call for Balance less than rent. for the entire credit retire-
School Board member, District Five. meats of the farmer and his fam
her at the Farm Colony Thday Buy now and select interior
Words cannot adequately express my gratitude to colors and tile pattern. ily. Gainesville Production Credit
afternoon, as was his custom. Association, CO Horth Alain.
[TTRONOERiWGL1 you for this good will on your part, and I will strive in Mr. Gilmartin was born in Penn- FLORIDA REALTY CO., Gainesville Fla. tfcn.

every way to'show you that I am worthy of this con- sylvania on Feb. 8, 1888. He X. WaUut OF St.STARKEIK T.I.0 f.UII RADIOS REPAIRED

fidence. I will continue to serve conscientiously, was a retired Railroad Express All Make All M4ete
you ......ble ChartM CB.rat.*4
faithfully, and impartially, and try to make you an employee and moved to Hamptonfrom MIKPHEHD-S RADIO A TV
West about five lamaa ftretm. Onarr _
Key years
even better School Board member in the future as in FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnished !U W. Call M. FuoneVOI- m ,
He was a member of the
the ago. I upstairs apartment. Call WO 9-23X4 Starke. Fla.
past. Catholic Church. tfrhg __: .

Yours sincerely FOR SALE-14 In x II ft. .steel
Besides "his wife, Ethel! Thompson FOR RENT Apartments furnished culvert pipe, $1.25 ft ALSO Build

Gilmartin, he is survived by I Coney Inland. Apply at Store. 216E. ing lots for sale !I. S.11th Gat
H. A. LAWSON. several stepchildren.' End Ot Summer Extra Value! i ._Bnwnlee St. 4tp j4 Subdivision. Low down payment
I Low monthly payments. BILLY
Don't Fail To Vote Exercise Your Personal RightReelect Funeral setvices were Held at TWO SALES LADIES WANTED JACKSON, fliooe WO4-4eil eo| c..-
Must be experienced. Good pay. Apply tral Truck Lines. tfchff
the graveside in Hampton Ceme- Nick's Fruit Stand ftp 8128 5-

tery Monday at 9 a.m. with Father PIECE PEELED ONE BEDROOM furnUhed ,apartments .
FOR SALE-1950 Olds 88 A.} condition
Cornelius Dougherty officiating. : for rent Phone WO4-4011. W.
$325.00. Contact I Burial, was in the family plot under 3 Brown 301 Restaurant or Box 4X4. T. Jackson tfchg

direction of DeWitt C. Jones Starkf' Up GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding Invitations

Funeral Home.Legion Cane Set FOR SALE -About 20 m. feet pine with double envelopes. 100
saw timber. About S miles from for 121.95. Bradford Cow v Tele-
Starke. T. V. Thorn(n. See C. Jo:. rrsph tf

To Aid Beam, Rt. 2 Box 62-B. Starke Fla. SANTA FE LAKE FRONT LOTH for
| tp9 4 Sale. Guy Andrews, Phone
5- WO4-8501

; E. L.(I..wtOD) Crawford Civil Defense 1 1--. Settee $ WANTED-Issues of Bradford County or WO 4-Rk/lf tfrh* ,
95 Telegraph dated April 3, 195*. Will Announcing the opening 'f Used >
[Continued from Page 11 pay 25c each for first five turned in Building Supplies. Used lumber of
5' at our office. Bradford County Telegraph all types windows doors, plumbing *
YOUR L into just hew dangerous these 2t 914 n&ed tin roofing. Used Cypress I'
benches Ideal for
S ;: :jw 5 : things can be. I WANTED .Experienced Typist and $1.00 per ft., 8 to 12 any ft outdoor long. Phone'use

1 H(A&R AUDRUJOmI5wnelkr. ::i I ,, County CommissionerDISTRICT After the program, the membership I 1 ,... Lady Chair Office Linen girl. Apply Central 8 tc-ng Truck 911: cjo WO4-4011.Central W.True T. Jackson Lines Transfer tfchg, i

discussed the possibilityof Central Truck Lines Jtfcbg
TWO the local post sponsoring Civil furnished h< use with modern conveniences FOR RENT-Very nice z' bedroom
\ 5' Defense organization in this coun- on River. Located 10 miles furnished home on Kingsley Lake. i
z5 15' '. West of Starke Hwy 100. Contact Circulating heater g-arage..III .. and .
: fy and Trawick was appointed to 1 .- Basket Chair Harold Shiver Phone Keystone 9171 boathouse. Available Sept. i to _
I obtain the necessary information Rutledge Trailer Park Keystone June 1. Contact Carl Johns, Pnone

'jri : "TRIED AND TRUE" about such a unit. I1f'Ilht, Fla Itp W04-H01 or WO4-4211 "tf'hC

The membership was informed FOR RENT OR SALE-20 acre farm FOR SALE! bedroom concrete
%'z miles from t wn. four room concrete l lrck furnished or unfurnished
we MTACXI'S 3f! / house i
progress being made the
4 He Is Running On His Record on YOU ALWAYS SAVE block house with bath. Water on approximately 30 anv!". Call 1,.
American Legion School medal and lights. C. A. Futch. Realtor. M Oaines day WO 4-0001, night WO'
wards to be instituted this year Starkc !tf'hg4 4-11941> tf bl'

When you find a good, honest, fair and impartial in the schools of Starke. and also AT HART FURNITURE CO. FOR SALE Red Bliss Irish Potatoes' THREE BEDROOM HOME for rent
the local Legicn School Oratorical U.O( per bu. J. W. Catkins. Rt. 2. at SO? Lafayette St. Call Jackson-
5 public servant, it is j just good business Box U. Starke and State Prison M. vl'le RV >lI-fJIIQ W"ht

to 'give him .another term. E. ,L. tello contest., and Larry Elden Gibson.Mathews Bill were Cos- ALSO We Have NO Carrying Charge HP FOR RENT-Hampton ChriMian

(Lawton) Crawford has served well as LOST: Big red male dog: part Church parMI1-',", $ room "and bath.See .
S you appointed on an educational committee h, f'. ,
und. part bul'dag: near )MibrnnnSprings. T/ May Hamornn_Itohg
your District Two County Commissionerand by Commander Harry Rabbto .-Contact Dolph Reddish.
tiitziik rrimty jail Ifhg FOR RENT-4 room conipletely fur-
deserves another term. 'Your vote and work as liaison committee with fished hou. and 3 room. furnished

support: on September 9 'will be greatly appreciated. the school officials on these vital FOR RF.XT-Furnll'h t bedrt'Omapartmf'nt. I apartment Single rooms and boar"I -.
111 K. Washington ?t. :Mply Azalea Drive Inn. 3 mites ruth
:. Legion programs. Itchg I ltl.hwsv p01. '
WAU enxMcas JSlllSBUJ Membership chairman SeeberD. HART FURNITURE CO I htj4
FOR XT-On Klngfley Lake 4 FOR RF. -New furnished | room
u IMOHOI niouiitm ntiitf
Goodman announced that the
room boWIe with bath and wide porch. houwith tile bath. Adult only.
post had obtained 87 per cent of Reduced rates for fall and winter. Gladys Harrington., 512 t:. iV sjting- ,

PIas-TorUll- ..... ,flop ,'Cartoon. S (Pd. Pol.. Adv.) its 1959 quota.. and that repre- 123 E. Call St. STARKE, FLORIDA eti.trink P- &: See" ("'n t"hIF '.4 ton St. ; itp

sented 220 paid-up members for I FOR SALE-White eriband mattress- FOR...SAIJ :..'Wrinirer type wastIng
the coming Like new $25. original price 185. R. machine. Good condition. Cheap. !
New members
,. year. Richards, C27 FrancIs St. lu&s Phon.YO: "-IOU. Itthl



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By Mrs. J. Russell Young S HOOK 0 I

By Joyce and Marty Rothhammer 1 % .

District Director Of Workshop Set ..., yu.uuu..u..uMr. < 'NIM
Entertained I I On September 2. beginning at t 1of
Woman's Club r .., .
and Mrs. ;
Mrs. Jack Silber. Director of i 1( a. m, at the Clubhouse the i Hensley ," ,.1
and ;
Marshall and Hazel Roberson t .
I '
District 5. Florida Federation ofWomen's Beard of Directors and Executive 1 = have ""
f sN returned home after
Clubs was the guest I I Board of the Woman's Club will tion in West Virginia. a vaca- : :. Rutledge's Fishing Camp reports -
Executive i hold woikshcp for planning and .' '
speaker for meeting cf the a a good week
I General and Mrs. R. P. Hollis 4E\\ ;' "y !> past and another -
Board of the Keystone out-lining the work of the Club (Spent the weekend with their w .... '(!j ': good one coming up. Lots of
Heights Woman's Club held at :for the coming year. Members are K daughter in Atlanta. I "'''f-" | fish being caught in Lake Geneva
the home of the president, Mrs. 'I asked to bring sandwiches and r : \ .. t.. ,, 'Mike Zike and Buddy Fagan
Watkins, last Wednesday. I' drinks will be provided. I Miss Gayle Cross has been visit- ,' :' "".1.. !<" >:\-I.t."" \. '1
Roy r f i ::1 .:.. .' .:. caught 34 bream in Geneva and
Accompanying Mrs Silber was I 1\11 Wallenius! Entertains i!frig some friends cf her parents, ,.. .. ,' -".".";''''III ;:\ Leo Summers of Jacksonville
Mrs. Hester, also of.High Springs. i Fcr Granddaughter 'Rep.Starke and. Mrs. Doyle Conner' of ,.. ;, ... ." ',."" :' caught his limit of bass 1 been
Mrs. Hester is the Junior Club On Friday aternoon. Aug. 22 : -- I some time since we ''reported a

Sponsor of the High Springs Wo the Wallenius home was the set- Donnie' Ridaught has been the ..... > ,. 'limit catch!! <'These averaged in
man's Club. Attending were mem- ting for a swim party honoring Champ Ticket SellerGuest guest of his aunt and uncle Mr. $ : size about 2',2! Ibs., and were

bers of the Board of the Woman's Miss Helen Lambert, granddaughter and (Mrs. Ford Hensley. Honorary Rotarian.. : caught with live .bait. Herb Nelson -

Club and the President of the of Mr. and Mrs C.F. Walle. of honor at the Keystone | dent Johnny is Dale Roberson, son cf Mr. and using his "lucky 13" plug,
Junior Woman's Club. Mrs. Tom ius. Mrs. Joe Daurer arranged Heights Rotary Club last Fridaywas the plastic giraffe standing swimmingtube in frontof Mrs. Bill Roberson, is visiting his Dr. Frank Slaughter best selling I' caught a 7 Ib. 9 cz. bass in Gen-

Gamar. water games to entertain the Boy Scout Johnny Martin his prize award, which he grandmother, Mrs. V. J. McQuaig i author and long-time summer Club.With Dr. Slaughter are [left] eva, and Gary Garner of Starke
Following a regular Board meetIng guests and Mr. Jce Daurer a who of Johnson. resident of brought in a 912 lb. bass, caughton
sold 60 tickets to the recent calls his "Purple People Eater." Keystone Heights, is Al Watson, president of the Key-
the group enjoyed punch and ventriloquist, delighted the group fish-fry sponsored by the Rotar- It was 'donated by Al Watson's I 1tLr": and Mrs. James Symes and pictured [center] as he received stone club, and Al Nelson, past" what they tell me 1s a "shim-
delicious refreshments served by with the "doings" of Joey O'Toole. family have I Imy, wiggler" .
j ians for the benefit of Troop 105. food store. returned to their honorary membership recently in I district governor of Rotary. plug. Bob !lcDonald
the hostess. After this informal Invited to the affair were Carol Pictured Other Sccuts who made out- home !in Flagstaff, Arizona, aftera the Keystone Heights Rotary Photo by Myron C. Prevatt. oi Montgomery, Ala., brought in
period Mrs. Silber! spoke to the and Jennie Campbell, Reba Hall, are assistant Scoutmaster standing sales vacation with her parents, Mr.I I '!his limit of ,blue gills caught with
group on the subject of Federation!Card Baker, Phyllis Massa, Kay Lou Muir left] receiving a were Ernie Parker, and Mrs.. Edward Ferrell. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH NEW RIVER 1 worms.
with 43 sold and
and the steps and matters per- I'] Sunderland Jane McMurtry, Julie check for Troop 105 from Watt with 40.-Photo by Myron Jimmie C. Fox Pre- Touring the' Southern part of KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLAJ. BAPTIST CHURCH ,I Barnhill's Fishing Camp reports -

taining to becoming' a Federated I Walker, Pam Thompson Cathy Hardenburg, Rotary vice-presi- vatt. Florida last week were Mr. and R. Smith, pastor Ralph Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor that the bass in Lake Santa
Club. Williams. Martha Steadham, Mrs. Harry Huffman and''Mr. and Copeland, Minister of Music and ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Servo Fe like shiners and are biting
Becky and Jennie Davis: Lee Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ferrina of Mrs. Clarence Mann. They visited church organist. .'-.::. 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eaci well. These fish are schooling in

LAKE FRONT SPECIALS Townsend, and Marcia Haber- Hartford. Conn last Wednesday.Mrs. Mrs. Mann's son in Cypress Gar Services Wednesday 7:30: p.m. this lake now. Staying in the cot-
-- : Sunday School. 9:45a.
I : -
stroh. -
Ferrina, the former Rhoda dens 'and other sights of interest takes for this past weekend were
Assisting the hostess in caring Dwyer, visited her grandparentshere in i South Florida. They returned m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. is FAIR Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mendel and
White Sand: Lake A Good Investment for the ,guests were'Mrs.. C. H. during last winter. Mr Fer home Tuesday. Training ing Union, 6:45 p. m.. Even- Jim Fair friends from Jacksonville. They

LOTS AT $1250 Haberstroh. Mrs. Joe Daurer, Mrs. rina graduated from the Spring 'Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Neefus services 7:30: p. m. ANNAPOLIS grad, COMBAT nt, caught 50 bream and warmouth
returned FAIR ill
W. L. Reynolds, and Miss Jane field ton .f Dr. tunorj .. 2 and -A. C. Van
Training College in Massachusetts last Wednesday after COMMUNITY CHURCH Sivti U$. KIT m k. STEBLINO perch. Mr. Mrs.
These.lots are easily reached, require little clearing and Bake Reynolds. and is Physical Education spending the summer in New KEYSTONE HEIGHTSRev. OF Jim Fair is YOUR Horn of Youngstown, Ohio, also
SaleA Director at the Hartford, Jersey. guests at the Camp had good
next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958" sale of home baked goods Conn. Institute for the Blind. After living in J. Russell Young, Minister. friend wh. ttb iUu whoUult* TRUL fishing as did Mr. and Mrs. W.
Japan for
will be held next to the post office This summer,Mr. Ferrina is Physi years, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Davenport three-. Dr. James D. Part Organist, HONEST?Imp.Z C. Sumpter from Jacksonville.PAUL'S .
on Saturday, Aug. 30. Mrs. cal Director at Ted Mack's Sum Choir Director. .
S. E. M9KA REALTOR Jr. and daughters Judy and
-- W. J. Grolick is chairman and mer Camp at Great Harrington Sherrie I Services: Church School 9:45: :
will be assisted by the circle chair- Mass. happy to join his a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.
parents. Mr. and I
Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209 men. The sale will begin at 10 a. Mrs. Lyle Davenport SUNDRIES
Dr. John L. Bird of Syracuse, Sr., at their home on Lake St.
m.Goldhead N. Y. and his son, Jon, have been Winott. They'spent the last two Catholic Chapel
Branch Park the guests of his mother, Mrs. Ella months here but have gone to Keystone Heights Melrose Where Friends Meet j
Leads All Others Bird. They have also visited Dr. California
to live. Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m.
A week is a short span of D. Paul Bird and his family in FOUNTAIN RENTAL LIBRARY MAGAZINES I
Mrs. Homer,Hurst is home after Holyday Mass at' 7:00: a. m.
Prescription Service timebut between August 11 Lakeland. Here Dr.
Paul Bird'sson
spending Tuesday Mass at 8:00
a couple of days in the : a. m.
and ------ -- -
total -
a of
7,525 Rickie joined them on a tripto Starke hospital. We are sorry to Confessions before all Masses.
people visited Goldhead! 5,518 Miami and St. Petersburg hear Baptisms, marriaees
and instructions
she isn't -
As Near, You As Your Telephone were day visitors who'came for where the boys enjoyed swimming very rapidly. improving' : appointment..
sightseeing, family picnicking or and sightseeing. Dr. George Bird
r.n CALL KEYSTONE HEIGHTS swimming-428 people camped in and Jon left Tuesday for their Thomas Prevost arrived last ST. ANNES'. EPISCOPAL TIME NOW\ to j J
the Park that week, week to spend a, week with his
and 935 j
enjoyed home in Syracuse.Julius ._ CHURCHThe ,,,
(Day) 2161 (Night) 2281 the' hospitality of the Hansen ,has returned .to mother-In-law, Mrs. Etta Menge. Rev Allan Batt, Minister.
1 I' Mrs. Thomas
< SODA FOUNTAIN- cottages. 554 people were Keystone Heights for the fall and dren have Prevost and chit Sunday Service: 9:00: ,a. m. ON DEPENDABLE A
spent the last three
Scout and
Church groups, who(i I winter season. Parish Night Supper: First
Toiletries Sundries Beach Supplies enjoyed free of charge the The John Himbles had out of Menge enjoying I Thursdays. 6:30: p. m. '
ties .offered in the Park. taclli-I I swimming and picnicking at .
S these town guests on Sunday, Mr. and her lake front home on lake San- ,_ ......,._, .r r iftrtpoint 17 CUBIC FOOT
were from CapiQ..IJnpJ.: Mrs. James Jennings of Jackson '
? '
Fe. The Provosts
lee enjoying" overnight" camps. ville, who came up from their[ Sunday
Arlington Church of Christ from to, their home in,New Orleans. I
camp in the Ocala Forest. Mr. and 1
Boulevard Jacksonville had a group of ten Mrs.,L. J. Brown.from Ortega in Mr. and,Mrs.. Albert Spires entertained FREEZER"U"
Expert Watch CHEST
boys with their counselor for Jacksonville were also down for a their daughter and family RepairingQuality
overnight camp and Camp Chen- last weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Line Jewelry

oweth had two 'overnight' camps visit.Mrs.. John Himble, Mrs. Sara John S. Rynd and 'children Patsy I Walter M.\ Muhlhofer\
with 31 and 21 campers BoScout' y McDonald and Mrs. J. C. Albrecht and Bobby, of. Atlanta. .
Troops 30 and 68 of Jacksonville have recently returned from a trip "U"!"

d were also campers.A which took them to Clayton, Ga., Insurance Is Our Business -
Sunday School class of 125 Waynesville N. C.. and Cherokee, Only !

j r J from Trinity Baptist Church in Village. f
\ J'r Jacksonville was one of many Mr. and Mrs. John Strange of WE WRITE ALL FORMS !

\ -. / groups enjoying an outing on Eustis and Mrs. Strange's brother OF INSURANCE I

Saturday. The Epworth Methodists and family, Mr. and Mrs. Allen
I also had a picnic on Satur Ballenger and children of Youngs- REYNOLDSINSURANCE S : r-

I\J :day. Going over from Hamptonfor town, Ohio, were guests of the
a fish fry on Saturday was a David Nelsons last Wednesday.Mrs. e
; group from the Hope Baptist F. H. Olson of Hillcrest AGENCYPHONES i I
Church. Normandy Boulevard returned home by plane on Mon- Ii
t :Methodist Church' had a group day after a visit with friends in

Sure You Can Afford A Hew Car out for the day on Sunday. Another the north. Office 2442, Home 2701 '. .
Church group was from the Ernie Parker enjoyed a recent .w f 1 M
Keystone Heights, Fla.
You don't need a lot of ready cash to get that longedfor Trinity Episcopal Church in Mel- visit with his cousin Ronnie Har- Redfearn's Special
in Palatka.
late-model automobile. A low-cost auto loan will put rose.Jacksonville per
Naval Air Stationwas Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Browning i'
-you in the driver's seat right now! Stop in and find out represented with 450 members ere' in the Glendale Hospital in ALL TYPES OF INSURANCEWe

about this convenient road to auto ownership. of the International Association Palatka .as the result of injuries 95.
write Fire, Wind Storm all lines of
of Machinists. The May tag received in an automobile accident Casualty In

BANKING HOURS Mon.\ thru Thurs. Company had an, outing and Monday afternoon near Satsuma. surance, and Bonds.

9:00 A.M. 2:00: P.M. Lodge F. & A. M. had,150 out fora R. C. Crawford attended the SPESIAL RATES TO DRIVERS ABLE TO QUALIFY -
picnic. 13th annual convention of the
DRIVE-IN WINDOW Mon\ thru Thurs. This past week there were 6,- National Society of Public Accountants AS NON-DRINKERS .'
9:00 A.M.\ 4:00 P.M.\ 082 visitors in the Park-833 of r at Miami Beach. He is NO TRADE NECESSARY ,
FRIDAYS 9:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M. these in tents and trailers. Girl a director of the Florida Account WALRATH INSURANCE AGENCY"AS
Scout Troop 164 from Tampa ants Association.
CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY camped last week. There were 15 I Announcement AVAILABLE AS YOUR PHONE" Small Down Payment Easy Terms

I in this group. Also, two Boy Scout Your correspondent regrets that
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA Troops from Jacksonville, Nos. 4 :due to a change in pastorate by Phone 2731 -'Keystone Heights Fla. 595 LB. CAPACITYAluminum

and 24, with 23 in each group. Mr. Young, we will be moving
Friendly' Bank in a Friendly Community Saturday the North Jacksonville I shortly from this area and I-will I

Keystone Heights, Fla. Baptist Church enjoyed a picnic not be able to write the Keystone --------- --- Liners Make Food
Member F.D.I.C. with 200 there Heights news after this week. It =-
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M I The new interest at the Park I has been a pleasure to'serve The --

i ii; the new launching ramp, which Telegraph and the town of Keystone I KEEPFLOYD i Freezing Faster and Thriftier

ElectLOUISE provides lots of fun for boatersand and I feel gratified that ---
water skiers. the paper has grown in this area.I -- -----
We said Goldhead Branch leads hope that my successor will ; I SEE THESE GREAT FEATURES

all other State Parks -for June continue to enjoy the same cooperation I.I I
1957 'to June 1958- 19.028 or 2,- and good will on the
G. SMITHMrs. 00 above'the figures of the next part of the people that has meant Aluminum coils on all sides bonded. directlyto

Park in attendance for this per so much to me during the timeI aluminum liner. -
iod. was your correspondent. gj I GNANN
( Claude H. Smith) Keynote I I i Two sliding baskets with off-center. handlesfor
Robert Lambert'and daughter { > w
FORASSESSOR Helen, returned to their home I i YOUR easy
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Knoxville, Tenn. this week L .r. r. Two vertical dividers; interior, light, sweat-
a visit with the C. F. Wallenius I '
Mr. and Mrs..John Karges ar I I Safety Latch with lock Automatic tempera-
enjoying a visit in Texas. During ,
EVERYTHING YOU ;aka ture control.

CLAY COUNTY their wedding stay of they their will grandson attend, John the NEED i % TAX ASSESSOR I

Robertson Jr. LIVE BAIT BOATS Id

Lawrence McLaughlin has returned COITAGESRUTLEDGE'S- We Meet All Advertised PricesREDFEARN'S
from a visit to Massachusetts f; FOR = .
and New Hampshire.The .
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Appreciated on Sept. 9thPd. ,- SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY I Your Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated i Phone 9391 Keystone Heights, Fla.

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'/ .TYTTTTYTY..T..TTT.I ter, Jo Ann Lang in Tampa tellsus rolled. [Where were the others?] ,- .

our grandson. Eddie Lang and all of us except 1, who could TYTTTYYffMftTt.rfYTTYjYjl1AWTEY: Burney' lot Jacksonville on' Wednesday. The future home of Roland NOTICE Tp DEFEND 1
; CLAY 'Mr:and Mrs;:Harold Eunice and Mr. and Mrs P. L. Dinkins had I. Circuit ('ourt. Bradford CsttJilj.;
IiILLby : tried some tobacco week before not stay for worship service, made Tanner and Miss Kay Drake, who Florida IB ChaBcery. -,.
last. He had ,tried to smoke and .a grade of 100 ,per cent, but still family visited Mr. Jim Godwin in as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. will wed on Oct. 17. is nearing Case :\11. 12: -x00

Mrs J. L. digtklaud4AAAaUUALAU1d Jo Ann watched him so closely I|;we got a very low grade due to i Maxyille, on Monday evening. Horace; ;Cox 'of Jacksonville and completion at Grandin. Jesse Norris Norris Defendant Plaintiff,, vs. Persephone

r he couldn't, but he still 'begged1'the absence of. the others. We Ay Mrs. Joyce T. Pntch Mrs. D. A. Jones James Waters, J Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of St. Claude Vore will join his sister NOTICE TO APPEAR

. .UAAId' the neighbor boys for cigarettes ,':have 147 enrolled in the general I A Buford ;Higginbotham of Maxville, Augustine., .. and friend in Illinois and accompany To: rersplvon N'rris, whose resl-
We learned last Sunday the and they refuted to' divide with Sunday School we know some.are. and Mrs. Joyce Schemehl and I Word was received this week them on'a Mexican vacation dence You and are>hereby.addrs notified fa: CXKNOJW'-that a suit

(anon our Sunday Schoolteacher him.Jo Ann told one of the-neigh-- j j etecnt due to illness, but where| Parties family of Jacksonville shared 'ar that Doer 'Wairrwright' ; who has for divorys.v4e; tuPfodj Tv jd control -

Adult ladlesi-was 'absent. she bor boys to give him a cigarette, were the others? We still had t|' Friends and relatives of Mrs. 'joint'birthday supper at Kingsley,been to St. Vincent's Hospital I for soon.Mr.. and Mrs. T. L Drake and gainst of mihor in child the the tssiKm tJiQ\i filed named a-

las suffering with infection in I t Ed smoked three ,cigarettes and ,,more absent than present of 'the'enroUedl Rob Futch helped her celebrateher Lake on Thursday evening. Be-I'I some time, is convalescing at his Miss Kay Drake visited the Court and you,caue tf requiredto

fcer foct and leg and was-at the .one cigar-and chewed cne I 73rd birthday anniversarywith side -their families other guests i rl!home in Jacksonville.' hMr. ake's daughter. Beth at the lf.>n-e,1I,, ap y ofyreof;4 ewer* or

fime she should,have been teach-: chewlike GRANDPA STRICK-1 The Intermediate class, received a picnic at Geld Head were 4r3.'E:.:P..Higginbotham of I I I and ,Mrs JLonnie i Teston ;University of ,Florida on Tuesday.: pleading Plaintiffs to Attorney the o1nptt Lloyd
fcg us-sitting with the foot in LAND! Grandpa Strickland',the attendance .banner Sunday, Branch on Sunday, August Maxville} ,Mrs-D.: B. Thomas and'i were made happy from .two ,sour- Friends of the Murray family Clark Build 1t:, JaikAonville 2,

a basin of hot epsom salt water. I doesn't get sick:on his chews but i ii | We are-glad to see these young Those enjoying this 1'1.\\ family,and.ihe, 'J. C., Higinbothamsof :ces recently They- 'received word .extend. sympathy to each one in office Florida of and the _Clerk file,'ojLtfie the *>riginal Circuit in Courton the

'tve were glad she was able to be i poor little Ed got good and sick.i II folks attend and take a iinter_ affair .with Mrs. Futch were Lawtey, [from .their.sen? Yernqn\.and wife ,their bereavement at the loss of or before the IS day of September'
1958 otherwise the of
'ith us again Sunday, and glad I He had one cigarette left the next in the Lord'swork, after all stt, G. B. Colvin and Miss Edith Mrs. L, H.,,Futch. Mrs. G. WRcberts ', of California that they were the|their mother, Mrs. M. Peters. said ;Complaint will be allegations taken as con.

the foot was much better. I day but all he had to do was to are our men and women of vin, of Lenox Ga., Mr. and Mrs. ,,*Mrs. H. E.. Priest., Mrs.',;proud parents of'a baby,daughter, A. L. Hazen of Starke called on feed by )'ou.

J Jim Strickland filled his look at it-and he took off,to the!morrow: and the teaching they, W. H. Pringle' and Mr. and Mrs. \P. L. Dinklns, and Mrs. H. C.j jand' : ,their son-in-law'.and daugh- relatives here recently. This notice shall be published once
ap- each week for four consecutive weeks
cintment at the Duval Medical bath room for final ,,results! His,receive today,determines the kind B. Miller and daughter of San- Wainwright\ i ,t.. members of the j ter, Mr.: and .Mrs. Charley Mosley in the Bradford County Telegraph.

enter Cancer Clinic. Tuesday of.test .mother, and grandmother also :of citizens they wiU.be to a few .ford, Rev. and Mrs. J. .E. Linger- I WSQS 'of, the Methodist Church i I!of Highland also have a newdaughter. Dated this 6 day of August, 1958. 1
week, the last operation-on(hope I' this satisfies his craving for years from now. !felt of Middleburg, Mrs. Lillian held ,their business meeting at TilE RIGHT POINT for the (SEAL)

tobacco.,Of course he is.well now Padgett and family of ,Clay Hill. I their\ parsonage on Tuesday after- '' write. Come in and se- CHARLES .\. DARBY,
the neck is doing nicely but learn- I I i The Highland church received Miss Dora ,Lee Carter spent last way you Clerk of the Circuit Cr urt.
fd he is to go back in 4 weeks and Bud Harris of Maxville spent I the Associational attendance for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling noon. I week to Jacksonville 'with Mrs. lect your favorite ESTERBROOK By Marian L. Crosby Deputy' Clerk8114U9H

have another cancer removed i;[: the afternoon with the Strick- the Sunday School Associational and family ot Highland, Mr. and.. -Mr, and; ,Mrs. Glen Shuford. carried I Robert Meyers and daughter and Fountain Pea TELEGRAPH. !

from the lobe cf the right earthe -!i j'!lands at Clay Hill 'Sunday and meeting last week. The revival Mr.Mrs.and James Mrs.Starling Les McClellan of Starke Mrs.; ,Hester Hicks, to Daytona I Mrs. Christobel.. Valenti; ,and other
one operated on five years.: all who know Bud or Stricklands meeting started t at Highland, Met'; Beach ,en Friday night to be with : relatives.
and Mrs. Joe Starling and daughter Lumber Hardware Paint
Jgo. Seems that when he gets either, know the afternoon was I church Sunday night with a good- her.daWIhter.' Mrs. Floyd Martin, I Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren had BUIUHN6
Mr. Melson Privett
rid of one another one "pops out"Jotake spent in a discussion of the Bible ly' attendance., Sunday morning, and whorls ill.: Young; Danny Shuford : as guests ,during the weekend Mr. Cement- Concrete Blocks
family Mr. and Mrs. Guy
the place of the last one. and the church work. We do enjoy in the wors1 -',service, were the stayed with his uncle and aunt and Mrs. William Fowler and
a We are grad to hear that"Aunt these folks coming to'.see.>us three first enrolled. members of Ronnie Futch and McClellan family, Everitt Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter, three children of Hampton Mr. SUPPLIES Precast U LintelsAll

Folly Griffis" of Maxville is great- who can discuss our Lord work the Highland church, two of them 1 iMr.. and Mrs. Obed Pauley Fetch'and while his parents were away. and Mrs. J. M. Warren and Lengths ,

ly improved in.health since we I with us, and talk'over the church the' first members baptized into I family Mr.and Mrs. Bobby Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett daughter of Jacksonville Mrs. J.

card from her last. We understand work. We enjoy anyone and every- the church, namely J. L. Strick Clellan Britt Rosier and family, and family and Bobby Bennett of L. Bradley and family of Kingsley Lighting Fixtures

she is able to be up some' cne coming to see us, but the ones' land, the first male member who and Bobby Norman of Lawtey. Daytona Beach were weekend Lake and Miss' Beverly Appleby
' we have worked with in the the church [with the guests of
gain. organized Mrs. Hattie Darley and of Atlantic Beach. ':
e. Our grandson.- Jimmy England, church with for so long well, we help of'others] first lady member, Mr. Perry Davis who celebratedhis | Miss Gina Prescott. Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. ROY W. TYRE -

Jiad a fight with! some "Guina have something in common. Bud Mrs, Sinia Prescott [first one 79th birthday on August 16th M/s. Jimmy Hogan Mrs. S. J. Guthrie during the weekend HOUSEPhone
I membersof
was given a dinner by
wasps"'' one day last week-and tells us that his father "Uncle baptized] and Mrs. Hattie Darnly, Mann, and Mrs. Jackie Hogan of were Mr. and Mrs. Eli Griffis of

telieve it or not, he turned into Randel" is very sick at the present second one baptized, and second his family at his home. Those. Jacksonville, visited Mrs. Hester Maxville and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
I time. We wish for him a speedy lady member of the church I attending were Mrs. Glenn Smith 2741 Keystone Heights, Fla.
f. regular "KNOT HEAD" in' Just en- Hicks and Mr.,and Mrs. O. J. Anders Guthrie of Jacksonville. The
and children, and Mrs. Bessie i
a little while Of course'the swel- recovery. rolled. These ladies are sisters, ( : during the week. Guthries live in the house owned i

Jing' soon was' gone.; We had 64 in Sunday School,! and both were baptized by Mr.! Crowder: of Sneads; Mr, and Mrs.R. Mrs. Fred Moore and Renee and by Mrs. M. B. Plummer of Miami. I
D. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. William -.
. We understand our: neighbor r jon time,Sunday, 43 of these had Strickland. All three of these Chuck Moore were in Jacksonvilleon Mr. and Mrs. Nick Pope and

}>oy, Dave Lang 'is working in 11 I studied their lessons. Of course members, they ,are still members R. Boone ,and family and Friday for a visit with Miss daughter of Jacksonville spent APPLIANCES --- RADIO & T.V. '
Miss Helen Jones of Jacksonville
Live Oak until the work' to th3itrus e I the children up to the Juniors, of Highland church,were present I Mrs. C. S. McSwain and family; Richel'BOYfr in her new home. Sunday with Mrs. Mattie Carter Sales and Senrke
industry in near Tampa or perhaps some of the Primarys, last Sunday and were recognized I Mr. and and family.
pr ,Mrs. Bill Torode
of York, S.C.: Mr. and Mrs. Henry and son
cets underway again. While wlire' eigsa do not study their' lessons. as ever of Gainesville visited
I class again in this church This church was Davis apd son, and Mrs. Melvin ... I
talking about the IAetter'last' ladies had 10 in our during' the weekend. .TTY..T..TT.TT... '
Foreman of Savannah, Ga.; Mr. Jacuzzi Home Water "Systems
.week' from our daugh- Sunday_ r believe we have 22 en- organized in 1910.Wehappened
. and Mrs. Charles Michaels and M.rs. Troy Bennett and Mrs. FLORAHOMEAND
-- to be awkward on and Mrs. Sallie Michael .and Buster Bennett spent Sunday WELL DRILLING 2 TO 4 IN.

; --! enought to split our index finger son of Clover S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. afternoon) .with; Mr. and Mrs.. S. GRANDIN

r on the right hand Monday'mom.-'|Joe Bunkley of Callahan Mr. Hand Thompson in Lake Butler. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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MANN i & Electric Co.
CLOSED, : LABOR DAY STORE HOURS I i ng, split across the finger first 1 Plumbing I
7:30 To 5:00SATURDAY joint at the end [of all things!] Mrs. Glenn Crews and family Guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Your correspondent has been
of Interlachen; Mrs. Mattie Phillips,during the week from
were Mr. away on a private
feeling for a cup in a box of rolled '
THfS WEEKS oats, the cup was broken. We O'Neal .Billiard; Mr. and .Mrs I and Mrs. Leslie-, PhillipS'and sons nursing job for several weeks Box 353 Melrose, Fla. Ph. GR 5.2563 i

7:30 TQ Noon fcund one of the ,pieces, and .it Carl Vanzant and family.. ]Uirs. L.I of] Callahan, and Miss Debbie and that is reason there has been iI I
Rafuse and daughter, Mrs. Ann Phillips of Palatka,
found the finger in big Mrs. Louise no Florahome and Grandin news
a way
Bray Mrs. Commodore Crews Phililps left -Saturday ,for Salina, during that time. I may have to
Now the finger is all bandaged up .
and we are rather awkward using and daughter, Mrs.'Charley Bowen |Kan. and Felman Redd for Macon leave again soon, but will try to WELL DRILliNG- Pumps Service

and Rev: A. E. Massey,.Pastorof Ga. after make
the right hand side of the typewriter '- a visit with. the arrangements lor someone
Faith Baptist church all of Phillips family. else to write the news I TERMS AVAILABLE -
have to watch the
FffH board instead of copy as the sec Lawtey._ At"tfntJon'School' Children. The Earl Young family of Day- .

L i' ond finer has to do the work of We hope: these, twQ J Jovely! jpeopje} School opens Tuesday', Sept. 2. tona Beach .visited Mr. Young's I Prompt Service Free Estimates
-" Lunch will be. served in parents:;
two fingers, and it doesn't seem will have many more Happy the cafeteria Mr. and Mrs. Howard

to l know just which key to hit un Birthdays. as classes will be held all Young Sr., over the weekend.
. less we watch and tell it. Well. Mrs Mary Reddish, who ,has day Due to the increase in food Florahome was the scene of RALPH E. MATHEWS I I

this one finger will get a rest fora been sick recently, is spending prices lunches will be 25c thisyear'We Putnam County's first political

: ,Watch This Space For Specials few days anyway but WHAT A some time with her son-In-law, are' the'last school in the rally on Aug.. 15. William Cook P. 0. Box 528 Melrose Fla.
, REST! We would rather it would and. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 'L. county to'raise the'price' on of, Palatka demonstrated' the operation
work!, W. Baldwin in Starke. lunches.. We will sell milk and of the county's, new voting PHONE GR 5-5101
cake, as, of last b ginnmgr '
year, machines.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Marrr newlyweds -

i: mm! MOWER' SPECIAL i .TTTTTT.TTTTTTT.TTTT vn of Mims, were Monday -' I .

luncheon guests .of Mr. and Mrs.,
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i ft STATE FARM Claude Rowe.

a Friends of Mrs. Senie Prevattwill

4-CjcIe Briggs & Stratton Engine. Cast Aluminum By Mrs. O. E. Crosby! regret to learn that she is, KNOW THE FA'TS.

quite ill at her home. Those call-

Housing. Auto-Recoil, Starter. Manual\ Throttle Con I vu ing on her on Sunday were Mr. 4

,Mrs. Clarice Thompson and and Mrs. Tom Norman and family -

children and her mother Mrs. R. of Macclenny; S. J. and Melvin
e trol. Built for Durability S. Rosier of Lowell enjoyed a Futch of Jacksonville; Mr. and

week's vacation visiting Silver Mrs. Harley'Waldron and family
Springs Cypress Gardens and of Miami and Mrs. Palmer Williams I e Compare The RecordOF
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relatives in Tampa and Kisimmee.Mr. and Mrs. ,Goo .Carter of .,.,,
: SAVE MONEY Starke.
and Mrs. Ray Cooper visit
Mr. and Mrs. James Starlingof
1 '
ed Mr. and Mrs. McGhinn of
Starke stopped by to see Mr..

: END OF SEASON. SALE Jasper We extend Sunday.deepest sympathyto and Mrs. Joe Starling on Sunday .
, and told them that Rev. Alton
. Mrs. Charley Burnett in the
Dobbs, father of Mrs. James Dobbs .y
loss of her father Mr. McCormickwho

:. 18". SELF PROPELLED 104.45 passed away last weekend. of a heart Jacksonville attack, .who recently.had suffered was xa .rf t. PEPPERi

e Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Crosby spentthe slightly improved at this time. CLAUDAND

: 18" PUSH-TYPE 93.50 weekend in Gainesville visit Mr.and Mrs. Brad Norton and
i -
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe family were in :Tampa last weekend i

. Green. for a visit with Brad's parents : 'r9

. 21" PUSH-TYPE 99.95 Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendonand Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nor
. children have returned froma
two weeks vacation in the and Mrs. Carl Prevatt had

: Bank Financing Available mountains cf North Carolina and as guests! during the weekend
, Knoxville Tenn. their son. J. C. and, family of HOLLAND

.- We want to welcome Mr. and Ocala and the L. H. .Harpers of,
. Mrs. Upton to the Farm. They Kingsley Lake. .,-, ,_ u_", "- '
- are ocupying the ,residence of thelate Mr. and Mrs. Harley Waldron

.. Mr. North. Mrs. North and and family of Miami visited the CLAUDE:: PEPPER Now Let's Look At '1
Robert 'Waldrons last week. I .
sen. Bill have recently; moved to

r NO MONEY DOWNRepair Starke.Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brody of family Mr. and Mr.,Mrs.and Ralph Mrs.Smart Charley and ,(14 Years In U. S. Senate) SENATOR HOLLAND'S RECORD; I

Cordele, Ga. spent the weekend I bur Blalock Bells and of family Jacksonville and the visited Wil- SUPPORTED AND VOTED FOR: ((1)) Senator Holland Is running with the Republicans s to not

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs his with
Tommy Griffis and Mrs. Eva allow the TVA to furnish revenue -
Albert Greene. of the most disgraceful mud t'o facilities
. Smith and family' during the (1)) The Democratic Party as Green Cove Springs and bonds expand its -
Miss Loumenia Starling slinging in the annals of Florida
"week. and its candidates. Starke to build hospitals! to furnish power to farm'

Add Rooms Carport --- Jacksonville spent the weekend We are glad to report that Mr. ((2)) The United Nations as a ((8)) Claude Pepper rose froma politics: ers and small tovfcL,
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ((2)) Senator Holland voted against -
and Mrs. Tex Wilson and daugh-- force to maintain peace insteadof humble beginning a plow- toted
(7)) Senator Holland
: Sidney Starling. Miss a bill supported by other
Alters of .Indian .River City -have the United States sending boy ,to the U. S. Senate and
Southerners in Congress (Geor- tax. relief for the
Bath Room employed in Jacksonville.Mrs. against ,
returned to'Lawtey to make, their billions of dollars and our boys I was known not only throughthe -
of and others
Georgia ) to
Atta Adkins and son of home. < to' fight alone in certain foreign United States but the ge small ,businessman.

(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES Miami spent the weekend with I Her. and Mrs. Paul Travis and countries. world! In 1948 his name was pay people Social of Security 50 benefits or older to ((8) Senator Holland voted t

) Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chesser. son. and Mrs* Lyons and.daughter (3)) The U. S. Government to placed In nomination for the who are disabled years and unableto for an Increase, in interest rates

Mrs. Cyril Baker of Tampa of Keystone lieights attended serand help poor states to build schools Presidency of the United work. on JJ. Home Loaas.
Time To Re-roof : spent last weekend with Mr. vices At .the First Baptist Church and !Operate' school cafeteriasand States! Claude Pepper has always
I make possible free hot ,been the friend of the ((3)) Senator Holland voted ((9)) Senator
Mrs. J. H. Monds., Mrs. Baker is, on .Sunday. Rev. Travis was the
TAKE'.AIWANTACE OF TIIIS'SPECIAL : a relative of the Monds and they guest .speaker. lunches to poor children. wage earner, the farmer and along with tile Republicansand with the'Republican Adminibtratkm -

had not, seen each other in 20 .Met .and ,Mrs. pan .Starling ((4)) laude Pepper supported "the, small businessman! against a bill to give Fed- in their successful attempt -
Other visitors of all veteran aid bills. lie was .((9)) ,Claude Pepper was the eral Aid to ,communities suffering to from get-
years. the Monds I spent the weekend ,at their place\ keep yon
!I' co-author ,of the ?G-I Bill of fiat to introduce from unemployment!
bill to
.. a re-
the week
L. during were Mrs. Buck- in the scrub. ting a $%Ulfl income tax reduction -
Rights" which helped thousands quire employers to minimum ((4)) Senator Holland toted
a -
holtz of Lawtey and Loyal W ilMr.. and Mjs. !).J. Anders lint (In the same session of
: of enkemen to .hourly His work consistently with the Republicans -
kerson and mother .of Lawtey,, and wage.
FREE ESTIMATES as .Sunday guests Mr. ]Mrs
to homes after resulted in the and it known j the 80th Congress he voted
who spent Sunday,afternoon withthem. Johnny ,Jenkins and family of Allege, fxul |uy "finally $1,00 by many asa
I they returned Jrom\war! minimum hourly wage bill! "Republicrat" because he himself' a $$10,000.00 per year'
Jacksonville. I {t5)) -Claude 't'pPer supported :Ibis is one'reason why the Repubileans'and does not seem to support fully Increase!
CALL pay : ,
OR, WRITE Recent visitors of the Tate AlMr, and Mrs Swk Wells ,grids Federal Aid to states for assistance the big businessman either the Democratic Party

varez family were Mr. and ms daughter as .they were jreturning to the older -folks, ,the are spending .so much Candidates or the. Democratic ((10)) Senator Holland has

DAY OR NIGHT Walter Alvarez and children of from a vacation' spent .in Catskill blind and .crippled children. money ,to defeat Claude Pepper Party. failed to stop his supporters in

Starke and Coy Alvarez of P-ala- Mountains stopped for a yisit ((6)) Claude Pepper actively !) ((5)) Senator Holland voted their all-out mud-slinging cam

45 i OR 333 tka and their little grandson_, with .Mrs jEffie: .Miiner ,and $ar- supported all social- security ((10)) Claude Pepper has delivered with the Republicans to revoke paign. The reason: is simple

t Roddy Crosby of Camp Bland mg' rjed her ,Jacksonville. von Wed bills ,to give aid to senior citizens -! 'the goods! .He is rUnning the Federal rower !Commissions they cannot rimtheir candidateon

Miss Mary Wilkerson of Lawtey. .nesday to visit Mrs. -BeUie Miner widows and,orphans. a campaign on his record.It authority to regulate the priceof his record because it is not

spent Sunday night with Miss., and son. They left Thursday for ((7)) Claude Pepper supported:- is a brilliant. record of achievement natural gas to power poor
Blanche Monds. their home In Leesburg..Mr. the Hill-Barton Act which madeIt i for the workingman states such as Florida! I a record the last majority of

Mr. and Mrs.'Walter Quiett and and Mrs. Leslie Donn and .. ,possible/or, ,small! towns! _such, (6)) Senator Holland voted Floridians Niflujpprt: .,
STARKE BUILDERS. family had as guests last week ..
Richard Addison of Jacksonvillespent .r.
Mr. pod Mrs. Jamie .Howze .and
the weekend with her ''
par family of Columbus. Ga. Mrs VOTE FOR A SEPTEMBER
ents, Mr. .9
and Mrs Cecil Addison.> Margaret Baxley and Mrs. Rona DEMOCRAT

Mr. and Mrs. J, 'H. Spence of Mae.Cogk. of.IlottlRal! Ala." Leroy ,

UPPL1ES'INC. Jacksonville spent the weekend Donn of Orlando. G. G. Donn and .

with Mr.and Mrs. Q. E. Crosby. ]lies and Mrs. .Hurley E.. Price of VOTE FOR CLAUDE PEFPEHPol '
Miss Linda Spence of Starke wasa Lynn 'Hav rl: ,' : ': t ,

dinner guest of the Crosbys. Guests of Mrs. Georgia AnDs "
AT S.ATL DE rn'STARKE: FLA. Thought for the week ."SelfJcve pp during the week were Mrs ,'....

,, ,, l is the greatest of all flatter Sadie Gibson and ,grandson jof ( Adv. Paid for by State Campaign Treasurer)
.., 2, I IIA RochefoncauM.. Hughe'Sprfngs.. Texas 'Mr. and
Mrs. Everitt Burney and Bill 1

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In Keystone HeightsCandy's .. :,1 of-Way, Land, and Stores Departments. We take this oppor- '._ Friends.' Keystone Heights. .
: : : *
: tunity to extend a cordial invitation to the public to attend ....;.:: ;. -' .'. : .

'-:..:''' :' :. Open House in the new building Friday night, Sept. 5 from .'., .:. :.. Banner-Food Store

} Service Station .. : 7:30 until 9:00 o'clock. Refreshments. ': '.

.t, ':. CLAY ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc. .: ... .. .,. Tucker's Fabrics and UpholsteringScales
Keystone 1 Cleaners and d Washeteria t .

Grocery .
Keystone Gas Company '
: Congratulations From The Contractor
I Hill's Gulf StationBurton's
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C. E. Mitchell : '
Decorator" .. Contractor ,..," ,, Sales & Service

Lazy Susan Restaurant' : .. ER''EST..E.'' TRIEST' Keystone Barber ShopThompson's :

-. .. :'" ... PHONE 2894 P. 0. BOX 254

Anna James Real Estate ,:; Dinette
., : \. Key.tonHeighb, Florida ;..
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Webb's 5-1 Oc Store :.. .L: ; :' GENERAL CONTRACTING ;, Keystone Plumbing Co.
A l _.) ,. ,. .'. .
Keystone Water Works ::
; '. Keystone Restaurant
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Year 'Round We. Are:Pleased To Have
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:.., :.. THE NEW BUILDING In The New Building For .
:1 BY.:
BY Clay Electric Cooperative: \

General Painting Contractors
and MARBLE CO ;. Phone 4144 .Phone WO 4-1141 -
1245 Willis Avenue P.,0. BOX 2191
605 N/W($lh ATC. Gainesville Fla. DAYTONA: BEACH, FLA.


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3 r. raaor'trw r v : iwn, s I ar Of7Yleats e) < Storage Graves Dairy

rY1 BACK TO attx .las Fine I Line And Produce t y Ete igpJdNe Ilhlnff.

Of' course, we are all proud' of stop shopping at Lawson's.No' 1ds

our newly"'enlarged"and refurnished need t'oVfepend:: valuable'time. and ? More Milk ,

home economics departmentat money 'dashing.around to several -" ''' -t-, ., J
Bradford High School and we stores to get your meats and groceries Now is the time of year that \

feel thatouryoun. $, girls are when you can. get 'everything mothers of growing children start a t
getting more valuable training for a well-rounded meal
thinking about increasing their;
than 'ever before ''in! the art of at Lawson's.No '
daily order for for of all
making a'happy: home. school
meal is really
the foods that go to make up a
LawsonV Market &?Cold Stor- complete without some kind of 1
well-balanced diet for
.. .age, 'enl1ncts'';us that nothing can meat-the body's chief source of boys and girls, none is the growing more I-n; '_ :4

bemere important- than teachingour protein. Lawson's invites mothers important than a good supply of __
young;girls4how to be success- of school children to come in daily fresh milk. That is why Graves x is

ful homemakers when the time and select their meats and poultry Hcme Dairy plays such an im- $ / Be
comes for them to establish homesof from y .
a large variety of choice C
j portant part in the communitylife ,
their own. They will be learning A Square
cuts on display in our clean and of Starke and vicinity.
oMhe Milk is a favorite beverage with With
\\tM(how* best prepare tie'''fine
o in
'couomy buying inferior grades every member of the family, for X
ra'eats" that 'they win tie'-abteto of(meat, poultry, and other food- its rich, *creamy goodness, not Shaggy> Hair
i b jj'atnlwSOn"s'' just Tike their s'rfwhen
x. .zr. stuff you can have the only tastes gxxxl, but is good for

mothers"are''buying' there'.today. Very best for even less at Law- everyone, 'young or old. Even Dad 7 '
di'In'ordeirto' 'be'of 'better and son's. knows that nothing ever seemsto "Mohawk Special" Modeled by George Her!

more complete 'service'to*' the P M'If You want the best in meats, taste as good as that midnight
housewift;;''Lason's"now has': ::'a poultry, and groceries at prices -and
snack before retiring
',..,.,.- _... L .. ,,", .. groceryrrstore''in 'connection with jott'can afford to pay, you will the snack just always includes a tall I Crew Cuts Flat Tops A SpecialtyAt
it 't'' ."Ut't'lWvh{ < ; *>JC.I" 't't Its jnSririrt .the'" \ho"weU ,
wn ",soj "!shoppet can'gt ._. to pay us a visit, say the, glass of Grave's delicious nutri-
-L 'F Bradford :County Schools, open for complete'food service and Ape= La .:SCns.l tious milk.

tyx a1 new term onaMondaytSeptti2.! !L I Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Graves are Friendly 3 Friends Barber ShopAttention

x On'this'pageiand' tfie'next.!Starki PH il e .B "nf S. dents proud of the modern dairy they,

wz' merchants are' uofferinff'1' 'helpful have developed near Starke and
all members of the with a neat haircut that makes
++ x. Ia; ;,r 8u ;eStions to parents"who< will' l they invite any and all persons Tornado football squad!r yol! !t your best.

:5 be!'burdened with last' minute\ := .UH ilfJIM e : Furniture Co. interested any time to and visit see'the their operationat sanitary You heard what the Coach said: Smitty extends a cordial welcome

'tV 4 tails f'k i II th'eir and i .
< .tting boys Get a short haircut before you
tin. i!' nuui t, 11'! methods used to bring their cus- to everyone to visit his shop,
MI girl ready for the big, ;! ev'enttnext l e d by other members of the fam'CEyestrain tomers the freshest milk'in the go cn the field for those hard
Arnlighty'short'summer1wasn'tIt ; but a special effort is made to accommodate
$::4'r week Bei 1 ure.-'to read' these im ily "- / practice 'sessions, this hot weather. -
? And herei we'afg'again.. l":'on cleanest possible manner every folks because
J: '': .. poriant messages b fore'tyoQ. 'goout" the"1 threshold of another schoolt'ermi \ has usually been a- A short haircut makes you the young -
', ., vblded'' by proper lighting, but day.Why l look better, feel better, and is the Three Friends barbers
r to complete :;your Batk*t ; i'' e." ': bring possible ill healthon
studying under poor light is like- much easier to keep clean during know that once a customer is
ri< + School 1 shopping thisaiweekendt;( : 'Now Is:the"'time1'for-parentsbf; your child in later years by
A 'lll"to' :A damage the eyesight for I football practice or the actual pleased he will come back the
milk out of his diet whenhe
Your home.t wnl i merchants in' are school age"chudr r''ttf'be': thirik'Ing leaving
; lifet A good reading lamp will is ? Doctors all a- games. next time he needs a haircut,
to 'make
11ways'"a'nd"-fiieais young
,.,... here to serve* you.:and' wilt'appr, the 'tiew'fibhoorternf'c'he tHat will Sblye this problem and no parent greed that milk is a most import- "We'll cut your hair any way shave or shampoo.
ciate patronage:; should the risk of want it," says Smitty of the
your ; run letting a you
be"pleasant "ind'" : ront ble' ''fojr ant factor in supplying, calciumfor "Yes, fellows give you
ch !d strain his eyes when a goodstudy popular Three Friends Barber
'fojrIhelrlboVs'and'girlsrThiat's'where ; bone growth, as well as pro- exactly what you want-even a
lamp costs so little at Den- Shop, "but we give special atten-
.. I' ," Furniture. Coi can- be mark's. viding the basis for sound teethin tion to the short styles that are Mohawk special, or a Yul Bryn-
of* service 'to in childhood as well as adulthood.Give -- if But mostof
r'-- great parents ner baldly, you,say so.
Air Starke and surounding area. Proper rest is another important your child milk in placeof so popular with football players want the conventionalcrew
Conditioned Garden Prices of all you
Restaurant and other school boys ages.
Budget t item
to the If
child. you are at
Any student is much more other less nourishing drinks "Our flat-tops are really tops:!" cuts, and you'll like the way
home and not providing a comfortable mat- mealtime and also let milk be of
likely to stay at applyhimself we do them, advises Smitty
.And to his books if he has a .tress.....- ,for"' "your 'growingtbpy "or, girl' the dt4l ,19go.,with, those of ter-. says Smitty,attention"and we that give makes the Three Friends Shop.
Guidon the careful
Grill Serve Tie Family I At Starliflg'st private and attractive study nook justice: school,fsnacks,1? : advises Graves you leave our shop looking your

* of his"verY owp. It is..a pleasurefcr ct '> v"4' Home. Dairy._. "A quart of milk'.. best -time. Whether INTENTION
very every NOTICE OF
school work. D can each day for every""member of
to brouse around the
parents NAME
George Kopelousos, the genial fine restaurants are within easy Aid Housewives spacious floor display at Den- nationally advertised brands of the family should be the sloganof ycu want a short flat-top TO:Notice REGISTER is given FICTITIOUS that the undersigned
proprietor of the popular Garden walking distance of the school. innerspring mattresses at prices or either a flat-top duck under the provisions of Chapter
housewife, :Mr.'Graves.
Restaurant and the long established .0 + 8fk's .and, see, the many ,attractive every says please and cut your hair just the 20.953 Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941,
George believes means '
: that he offers that' weffrwItturTthe t'
Housewives who have formed ''items that! can be used I .' < .will register with the Clerk of the
Guidon Grill is truly proud the most reasonable food to be 'the family, ; way you like it" Circuit Court, in and for Bradford
cf average To Insure I
the habit of shopping at Volley Jto 'Jjlake'.thl student's room: or , ... your family an amplesupply receipt of proofof
Of his friends and customers and found anywhere, considering the Its :* < :' : *o& *- During the summer vacation County Florida upon
Starling's nook more attractive and u eful.Denmark's i This weekend, before the open- of wholesome milk publication of this notice, the
tjas} good reason to be, for hundreds Grocery know that months, some boys are apt to get
high quality of the ingredientsused Denmark'sfor fictitous name of Gem Jewelry under -
that ing of school, shop throughout the year, just pick up
of them eat with him they are getting the most in suggests careless about their hair and which we are engaged in business -
every and the
generous portions should Ms the many useful and beautifhouselioYd the phone and call Graves Home East Call St., Starke,
school student have at
quantity and for
d y-home folks and tourists a- served. Both of his restaurantshave quality their ''wbere "he :can, furnishings and appfiarices" Dairy W04-0175. might even let it get a bit shaggyin Florida.Mr. .
like. built enviable money, no matter what the trendin own private desk back and around the ears. But and Mrs. N. L. Woodburn, 626
\ up reputationsfor prices happens to be. keep'life "pars and boos with-, 'tiiat t? are 'on display atDenmark's North Church St., Starke, Florida,
1p The beautiful Garden, where a good food, hospitality, clean- them disturb-' + e r t Furniture Co. YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester now that a new school term is sole owners.
tpecan tree grows right through liness, courteous waitresses, and It looks like the cost of livingis out fear of having brook purse-size fountain pens in starting on Tuesday, Sept. 2, it is Dated this 14th day of August, A.

the roof, is located on Temple reasonable prices. still going up but in spite of pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Brad time to get that sharp look again i I|I D. 1958 at Starke, Bradford County
Avenue (IU. S. 3011 and has been One very popular feature of threatened inflation the Volley FaQP Supply Ready To Fill Needs ford County Telegraph and report the first day of school 1 I, S144t94BIG | |

ail immediate hit with the public the Garden is the private dining Starling Grocery is glad<1. to. be 1

ever since its opening day. room which fills a long-felt need able to help tfie housewives s of, 6r'j "
The Guidon Grill as everyone in Starke. It is available for use Bradford County keep' their Students And Their FamiliesTr I

&lows, is located in the heart of in private parties, and meetingsand school-age children* well"nourish- -r.4 \ \'WV, V IV4 If* .1 '
the business district, and both luncheons by individuals, ed with good, wholesome" obd1 at 9 ear"Our students jf will' be- learninga "We stand behind everything we

> clubs civic groups, church organizations prices the family budget will, al- lot' of new things in school this sell, and if- you are not entirely
and others. The beautiful low. satisfied yoU" always bring it
SCHOOLS fall, but' they 'should also learn can .
surroundings form a perfect Growing boys and girls need some things at home," says A. R. back." .

background for special events of and deserve the best foods in order ,iohllsoir'of-,the"' Farmer's: Supply Besides farm needs.

1 all kinds. that they might keep'fit i Sin i.on Brownlee',''Streel": "One'of the son also "carries\ \many MreJohnbf

:The* Garden is .open on Sundays mind and body, and tjiu$.be able things that parents should teach building supplies and materials, s
and many families take advantage to learn rapidi and also give 'a their children) by1 example and 'and" if you''check prices:yqu dill
of this service'so that mother, good account of"Siemselves"onthe t:
ctherwise, Is the value of trading find that you can save a substantial -
I can attend church with the rest athletic field. "' buying'these items
at home. amount by ,
I of the family and not have to In addition to a complete line Mr. Johnson says that the person fromtrie Farmers Supply "

w stay at home and: fret over a hqt of groceries, the Volley Starling who consistently trades, at the
"We< are in business... with, .. VALUES AT KOCH'S GET MORE FOR LESS
stove.: The next time you get the I Grocery also carries a full line I home 'will ,come out ahead of' the determination" to serve the peo'ple --
urge toeat' but- try the Gardenor of fresh meats, feeds oil, 'only "' .. '
gas game in the long run. "JJpt .. with" quality :hardware and
Prive) 1are//? |// the Guidon. You will be delighted kerosene, and other staples.Mr. are prices usually as low at home other farm and home necessities,
service at either
with the
and Mrs. Starling are as they are in the mail order as well as general merchandise at

place.Schoolwork. proud of the business they havebui catalogs, but the home town mer- fair prices," .sates Ntr.. Johnson.
.V 'V"" 1UJP "* -uni, '.4'.
+ up and the many friendships = chant i 1s! right"hefelo stand"behind "We are proud that we have } v

they have made during the what he sells, and the cus- never swerved from this goal, and

years they have been serving the tomer can always bring it back if our customers know that they are

public in Starke. Their store is ills, 'not inp-to'expectations." 'assured' of 'a 'square' dear l when
located on Highway 16 [east! "O r-* farm 'people 'should get they trade with us."

) and is out of the crowded business the habit of buying, their farm
Remember the name, address,
district, so there is always implements,' feeds, seeds, fertili- =
plenty of room for parking when aersj--etc."Tight: here in Starke and phone number' : Jphnson j. Farmers KING BINDERS TILLERS COMPOSITION BOOKS PENCILS

Is So Much Easier you, stop at Starling's to s119p., where .they' can see what they o Supply, 317 E. Brownlee* St.phone' 1

"Now that all of our familiesare are -getting?''Mr.: Johnson says: W04-395

With A Beautiful of the new term, we are more Gem]Jewelry Otters Finest J Watches

V' anxious' than ever before to supply .- ., -? ,

I SmithrCprpna,, you.your have needs nourishing and try foods to at help anynlmnm Service Lovely JewelryMr. We Still Give You Ajor.e P.Pape g pARE!
t Repair
.:' of expense, say' Mr ,
and, Mrs. Starling."If t

Portable... you haven't already got the and Mrs. N. L. Woodburn, terms to suit the convenience of I 340 SHEETS 1166 77 SHEETS
habit of shopping at Starling's, I boy and girl ,
\ Every
\ :< who are the new owners and _op- ithejcustomer. { 'n TI' f
.. why( not start this weekend? Just erators of the Gem Jewelry at 109 i? school.. -Tfeeds"..- a' .watch to help 98C I 49c 25

tJ\\: ;t drop in and see the wonderful E. Call St. in Starke are, delighted him get to school on time and to ,
; values we are-offering in quality with the many new friends keep other important. appoint-

ioea s\. ; a t foods and you will become a regular they have made in the pasF few ments.1 & .-" *

-: customer, just like so manyof weeks. 1 Jet.ie. habit of looking! at GemJewehV

I \ : \ your friends. "We are happy to see our old first. You'll'be pleased Complete Line School Binders -- All Colors and Sizes
II I ., friends, :toothe Wodburns say, with our Quality and price 'on
j "but we'are particularly 'proud of items;; of "TleweLy! ; ":sfs r rware, r

I I I ti \ : I GOT A 'ThSUMMER the many new faces that have I birthstone rings, etc. We can Priced From 39c 6.95 .

I \ beraTseen in our store since taking truthfully say that ,every .custom -=- to r.-

COLE I over, and we wish to extenda er"gets what he wants ON CREDIT -

cordial invitation to all to come AT CASH PRICE. 4

,":', \ again.Mr.! ."- .. .
Woodburn is watchmakerof
for many years standing and herb THE RIGHT rOlNT our tilt 'STUDENTS ONLY
I I symptom esrparticular pride in keeping way you write Come dB raid select .. t I
I ( 666 't the" watches of folks in this area your favorite ESTERBBOOBFountain SCHOOL AND OFFICEDictionary
I n mr' t a Regular ,
: 1 RELIEF ,\jcing"away: in, perfect time and '" Pen. Pen $ no
2.95 .
-; rM with 'reliability,
f $ greatest "Try us
;::: With your next repair or cleaning III* Ctoralt NOTICE Court,TO Bradford DEFEND County, $$1.00

i! job. and ,we guarantee that you Florida: la Chancery. Perfect for Shorthand Students
14 T1 >r'E' .
GAY'SHome will become 'auot e.r satisfied Case No. 13-601 .
Jla-r Elizabeth Crocker, Plaintiff, ..... ,.... ., .
customer Mr Woodburn says. vs. Thomas Lee Crocker, Defendant. #9 rf -

Smith.,Corona.. J't'.world's... first and Applian* >UA t.at esr ..The''to Gem come'm Jewelry foil a invites FREE everyone watch- I residence To NOTICE: Thomas and TO address APPEAR.Lee Crocker is UNKNOWN.'You whose.. (half 1 li 2 p) ONE 1HJRD! OFF
f fastest porfebl yl tytilriterV Your Friendly checkup on the famous Watch I for divorce are hereby and restoration notified that df maiden a suit g .
I i\ e Master: All 'work Is checked- and: name has been fled against you 'lathe
PRICED Norge Dealer timed with perfect-accuracy andabsoiute'satlsfaction above named 'Court and cause Botfies Clocks
I 1-Pt. Alarm
1 'm* M* and you are reqUired *toserve Vacuum 9ac i-98
I Right; now,a Smith-Corona willhelp get guaranteed. -copy of your answer or plead- I -
I AS LOW AS \ letter'jridest later1 an,"tip help get .I NQRGE: APPUANCES. ', Watch and repair service at the ing Plaintiffs to the Attorney complaint Lloyd JBass.01the: *12 ,_ Keeps Liquids Tool and Hot .One Year ,Guarantee. _

I better jobs. At so little week.. its the MAYTAQ WASHEK3COJMAJf GjnVjs nown'far and wide for Clark Building. Jacksonville'. Florida' -
ar&aihofalifetimer! :: : '. "'"*' I its high standards, and owners ,:, and file the original in the office I
1 : ( of the Clerk of the, Circuit COurt on
74,50) -
HE.\IZES and of fine watches in this_area have or before the 15 day !of t Septet ber,
I FLOOE! FtJRNAffij come to depend oh Gem for highest 1958 ; otherwise the allegations of

!!' Plus Tax quality services. ,said fessed Complaint by you. will. be taken, as con- 1 KOCH Drug Store
... Se>RIce &\,>> ., JouwiU.be surprised how .easy each-week This notice" toriour'ansecutre'weeka shall published once
Of Appliances it is to own a nice watch" says in the Bradford County Telegraph.

>>1lf9r.dWJmY.I jDh Mr. Woodburn. "Prices start as I* Dated this C day of August, 1958.
I .iO I. k9At04 jow: *as 0 ajp.fJ!! *famous te*A..4tta *makes_IM M*Uk "(SEAL.CHAiyLEs A. DARBJ, Free Truck Delivery -.--- il1oJiJ1YJ..QAJlfJ1
Starke, Florida of nationally advertised watches Clerk of the Circuit Court
By Marian L.. Crosby Deputy Clerk.BlltU.'lt.
and we are always glad' to make I

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"., ,, -.:1''''& Ruby Johns Suggests 'New e ''P&maoent I Back! To School Monday. Sept.1 '2 Television Will Keen Children Howe:

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t" 0 : 1 *

:..J'I's'o; : As Hre School Gift For. : Teenagers"Whether rF:x F _R 1 Starke, Radio & TV Leads. In Area

'I'M 'Wlial a franc season of"entertainment I with! a small radio or personal
you wear a sack, a members of the mothers
i ;!
is television cf his
't' ; : in store for television very own. in ad-
chemise, or a form-fitting dress and daughters alike, will need 'a
a' .t owners with the brilliant array; of dition to the larger family sets
.. qk back to school next Mcnday, your complete reconditioning treat-
: nFw fall. programs being announced in the living room or den. Starke
'f costume ,will look much better if ment, as \\'eUas individual hair :
.fX daily./Starke Radio & TV is Radio & TV has the unsurpassed
1 enhanced by a becoming hairdo" shaping, and
styling. ready to help all fans in Starke Sjlvauia line, and you will be
I advises Ruby Johns, owner and Sun ,and wind are hard on the _-I -_aL and surrounding: area to enjoy surprised at the economy of S
operator of the alwayspopularRuby sk also.
t and.Ruby Johns Beauty
t&e; new season to the utmost these; sets and the conven-
Johns Beauty Salon on S. Salon has the remedy for .that in
g w| ether they are interested in anew ient, terms on which they can be ) Sr
'!At Thompson St. special skin-conditioning Merle !
television set purchased.
or only a good :
A visit to our cool .and com- Norman' : / .Cosmetics. Mrs. Johns repair j job ,to get the old set in I With record players more popular ?\
fortable salon during this preschOOl recently' attended the Merle Ncr- ,. ,_ ::j. _m J t'.ri first class shape. than ever before the public a a R

>ier .weekend would do wondersfor man course and learned all the t The increasing popularity of tsle-. has also cgme to rely on Mr. Em-

any girl's morale no matter latest techniques' in 'using these vjsion is given credit for stimulating manuel to keep their sensitive

-what'her age, and get her off to preparations. .to best advantage. .ri x'bkCS ..aXJ the interest cf young people hi-fi equipment in top operating 1 k
'. a good start, when: the school bells Ask Mrs. Johns about Merle Nor- J 1 in good music; dramas, and condition, in order to get the'most

a W ring again next Monday morn- man's three steps to a beautiful other cultural influences in recent complete enjoyment from these

ing," declares .Mrs. ,Johns. teen-age complexion. N years. Television serves a marvelous long-playing records. ,r a a

Teachers, too know the importance Remember, -it is never too soon double purpose-not only as en- Drop by Starke Radio & TV

of looking their best in to start educating the young u aA p r tertainment, but as educationalso. this weekend before the openingof

the classroom and will want to ladies In ,the proper habits of The newscasts of today will school and see the beautifulnew M .4'

make appointment at Ruby beauty culture and 'care of hands, become the pages of history tomorrow Sylvruiia line. Get ready now
Johns Beauty Salon before that nails, skin, .hair and other fea- for the new and exciting winter

opening bell rings. tures. The accommodating staffof Red Emmanuel of Starke Radio season of high class entertain-
Ruby Johns .Beauty Salon is Give Your Child A Useful Bicycle
After the damage done by sum- & TV states that every school- went and educational programs
always glad to help'with .suggestions age child should have the advantage that\ will be offered for your en-
R mer wind, sun and water, it is
this Phone WO-4
w .along line.
of his own room equippedHAMPTON icvment.
L f .S 4 a quite likely .that all the feminine 3081 for appointment today. For School Adviseswestern AutoWhile _
-- ; ..........w.... ....... ty Hospital in Starke, where she

Popular Edwards Grocery Has Fine scientists are strugglingwith Why not rid yourself of this! had been receiving treatment for
the problem of flying to the time-killer by providing each days,
moon, most school boys and girls youngster in the family with a Mrs. Louise Jones of Trentonwas

Quality Foods At Very Lowest PricesSchool are interested right now in the sturdy new Western Flyer bike By Sift. D. E. lullS..l.1.1111.1111a1111 to arrive this Thursday fora
problem of getting to school on of his very own. Just come in before weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs.

time.: That is where your :Western school opens on Sept. 2 and r Raleigh Brannen and son, and

days. School days. traffic or parking problem-always Auto Store can play the role of let Mae and Pete Jaudon and Thomas Gilmartin Death Mrs. Carl Hutchinson of Gainesville '

There goes that gong again : plenty of parking space and "Mr.. Fixit" and solve the problemfor their friendly staff show you how Funeral services were held Mon- is to spend' Friday night
and mothers are once more faced easy to get in and out of. :the students as well as moth- easy it is,to give your children day morning: at Hampton ceme- I here with the Brannens. '

> with the problems of providing Edwards Grocery is also very ers'and fathers who find it hardto the thrill of their own bicyclefor tery for Thomas Lawrence Gil- I .

Omit t DrudgeryBy tasty nourishing meals for their proud of its fine meat department. chauffeur the children to back-to-school. I. martin, 70, who died at his home -

school-age children and, at the Growing children need plenty of school in the family auto. ,And bicycles i are just one of near Hampton last week.

same time, keeping food costs good, fresh meat, which gives The wonderful solution, of the many useful items carried by Survivors are his wife Ethel SAVE t
within the family budget. them strength for work and play. course, is a Western Flyer bicycle, your l local Western Auto Associate Thompson Gilmartin. of Hampton Stock .Up'-
Edwards Grocery reminds us I Meat prices at Edwards are always now on display in many beautiful Store., Household appliances of and a sister Mrs. Loretta '

that with the opening of a new the most reasonable pre- .models .at your Western Auto, all .kinds, many hardware, items, Brownsfield.i The .Gilmartins have ALL STORES'CLOSEO

school term we know that plentyof vailing at the time, and the quality :Store, and very modestly priced._ toys, ,fishing tackle, ,outboard been living on the farm east of

The Washeleria good, wholesome .food is a is always the best. Besides ,the sa.ving in gasoline motors, paints- and .hundreds of, Hapipton for the last'six years

must if our children are to ,remain There is no need to waste pre- :with ,a .bicycje-i \ ,think.of the?saving .-
Some rolks yearn for the return healthy and full of pep dur- cious time shopping around, for ',of time, and ..trpuble. Every: on our. floor- and DeWitt C. Jones Fupe.tal: home Labor po
of the "Good Old Days," but we ing the, long- tall and winter when you buy at Edwards Gro- I mother knows' what .a chore ';it .is Shelves..With, : : ., was in charge of funeral arrange- A Y

have never heard any women months. cery & Market you are assuredof to get, the children to school on ,the cost of living still con- ments. MONDA

folks, at least, wishing for the return Edwards Grocery, conveniently getting the lowest prices that time ,and thenhave Tto ,go for, tinuing ,to rise, it ,is jnore important John.White New PastorAt \ ..
of that old-time bugaboo- located on Highway 301 can be offered for first class them }jI\ Joe .family car .in : the than ever before to_ SAVE Christian Church: Sept.ist

Wash Day,! !What a day of drud-- south 1 .striyes Jo supply-the! : lar. quality merchandise. afternoon. :THE WESTERN .AUTQ WAY! John ;White of Gainesville became r 00b

gijry, that was, and how fortunatefor gest variety of fine foods to the Come in and discover the a- I .. ... i' -, .pastor.of, Hampton\ ti n ST09tS 1 _
modern women,that it is ban- people of Bradford County at mazing savings that be yours '" ....,.. -' .. N A ChurQH Sunday revenjing! August
ished forever. the lowest prices found anywhere.' can 24. when ,he accepted the; call, to I
>The Wash teria, located at 325 It is always a pleasure for when you shop. at this complete, .the'cnul'ch..
Temple Avenue, advises women in housewives to' shop at Edwards modern, .(nepdly food store I 'MrandMrs.. White and their Quantity Rights Reserved PRICES GOOD thru AUG. 30th

Starke: and surrounding area to for it is located out of the busy "Home Owned and Operated" by I: young daughter wUpark' their ':, .- : .- -- '. '- .- .. .:- ..,;; ', .; ,
save time, ,money, and energy. downtown district and there is no Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Edwards. 3= p.spM ?I. hquse-tr&iler >on .the church vr "il -' ,.1/t 1 EI1N '5TA'Mos'
**Jus.t, place your laundry in one ,grounds They plan io be living ; .w.e I:"; ) "L :I :

o(;::our automatic machines and r. 4 x here: .three.days ,e ich,,.week; also! ..... -=- -. "" ", 7"i .' _' -- '...' "._' ,
in 4,0, mjnutes receive it back, T Tape Recorders Bring Finest Music w continuing to keep"up their pre-

spotlessly"clean and ready to iron. /f' ;ti4tj; sent home .in Gainesville. ... .. !

ThiS,cOI\venient service costs.only Midweek Prayer ,meeting services .
40 .'cent per machine of nine And Prices Are Low At Bullington'sI at the church !are to be resumed 1Hoe.I

pounds capacity. Bleach furnished i .although which night'is Maxw \\

free. 'Washed j, dried. ., .and. folded, I still uncertain. Sunday ,worship I
for only 60 cents.'' agrees that "music law priced from 439.35. t'' rr 'services will be at 11 a. m. and t .

N9.mother""Can do justice to hath charms," and you never And -if TOU-want to-make that .t ta. 11:30: ,p_ m.. "with, Sunday\ School_ / t

hersetf.or. her family if she at- heard such charming and realistic> school boy or girl especially hap: at,,10,a. m. \ l-Lb I
tempts', to do all the household music as' you will get from the py, give them a beautiful little Has Birthday Party \ Vac Pak
laundry in addition to her many amazing new Bell & Howell Tape portable radio by Motorola at the ii' I" Jerry Brown, SQn of Mr. and r 59j

otherduties.. A mother who is Recorders handled in Starke by opening of the new school term. Mrs? Kenneth Brown, celebrated i
Bullington's Studio & Gift Shop. This is lust the thing for their One With
tired out after a day of launderingis bis seventh,birthday wrth.a, party Limit
in no condition to prepare her Perhaps' you never dreamed that hours of relaxation after a hard at ,,his Jjome on, Saturday, _Aug. i $5 or More Food

schoolchildren the good, hot you could own one of these amazing day in the classroom.For 7X4 YOUR M4 23. His birthday }vas ,on' Mondaythis OrderJ. _._ .....
evening-- meal that they require musical instruments for those special occasions dur- t ;,week, Aug. 25.Refreshments / -
daring; the school term. only $189.50.: but that is Bulling- ing the school term, Bulhngton :, of .ice 'cream and ,

"If a mother ruins her healthby ton's new'ow'price., and you owe offers the famous Hallmark line cookies'.were served, to,13.p esent. --- --f'"
overwork, then she has saved it yourself to drop by for,.a.de of greeting cards-for birthdays, Balloon] and bubble gum.faYors '

nothing' in the long run and may monstration. 'You won't believe: anniversaries, holidays and other were, distributed after pen ng ,of \; Astor Voc Paft

eventually put the family on the your ears! events where the sentiments you GO to school well preneed now. ,Ve have.. ,fine adsorb the .gifts.
financial rocks with unexpected I Music is. .a ,very important part express will need to be the best. pared-.with plenty of good, uptp, At o.f ,echo 4 1 .supplies Jo Julp Personals ;
hospital and doctor bills" the of-family life-it brings the fam- Come in and brouse aroundBullington's pile*..Get the notebooks binders, you make the grade.Cray tlyrt Mr. apd Mrs ponald McMahoqe\ I \ Coffee 1 lb 59;

Washeteriawarns.' ily closer together and you never to your I heart's con- fillers, ,.composition books ,you cliolastie,finub i line a winner i and ,son. of radep 'on left i* Cdn
Why take a chance with your heard such beautiful and true tent. There are gift suggestions homeMondayfc.a'f.ter 10 days here 1; .
heath\ when it is so easy and sounds as is possible with one of galore on our shelves, and visitorsare ", .1 with her parentsMr.ano: ( Mrs. All VegetableS

simple to bring your family washto these amazing ,tape recorders. always. welcome. M, Watterson. The Wattersons
the Washeteria? You may Bullington's" also headquarters Abeline, Texas. EEjI, McMahones and Mrs Dorothy; 3

then go on and attend to your for,Hi-Fi record players, and records -'. Mrs. Mary Snowden spent a : Eiland' spent last a.eek at Santa Crisc.o
other| shopping chores or house- of all kinds'popular; classical very pleasant weekend with her Fe Lake The first.Sunday, August Lb Can 691

hold duties-then when you call and religious. sister Mrs. Jeff Perry in Hamp- 11, .Qf ,the .w.e.ejc, JLh.e Be.depbaygh limit; On
for,your clothes a short time later BuUington's also recommendshome I ton. family .gathered ,at.Jthe .l lake .cottage e Wth, $5.00 or Moore

you' will find them clean and movies as' a means of enter- Mr and Mrs. Fowler Wilson START THE TERM BMT for a family reunionPresent FOOd Order

sweet just as nice or even better tainment and instruction during and granddaughter, Betty and .. ; aereitifr..and ,?irspt.- L .Bedenbau'gh :- i
than 1if you had done them at the new school term, and is now nephew Tommie of Lakeland (1& "" 1 1A J, Miss Ruby Bedenbaugh' ,
home. offering exceptionally low price of visited Miss Ina Merritt Thursday r. J. w.' Bqdenbaugh, Mr ,and Ms.M. .
:"Be modern.'Have time to play. $69.95 on the nationally advertised and Friday of this week. WITH AN&4$ WPEN. .,.L.' Watters: n, Mr, and. >lrs. fIIII.. '

Do your clothes the Washeteria Bell &Howell projectors. Charlie Hopper is back from a 't r', J .. Frederick 'Wattejson ,of Starke, v' '
Way!" Movie cameras are also equally week's visit with his grandparents 4" r ot.j td yin t 11 r 'Jean \ halen .pf Penney Farms, :R. t t SUNNytAND

Mr. and Mrs. A., L. Turner putchens .and.,1\11'.. and, 'Mrs.

Brownke & Chasteen Ready To Ajd of Ocala. You cant :a,ueaer jpunjain At Robert CQX:and,Children, Mr.'and
Mrs. Jessie Lazenby, who has '. ouy pen, anyprjce. ;Mrs..McMahorie a.nd ,son, and
' spent this summer with; Fronie e ,Aqd.nl .Esterbrook-gives ,you'a Mrs. Eiland. .HA-t?

FFA And 4H Members With Crews left Thursday for Homestead W 0: | choice of 32 points-one for every writing \ :, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harmon .
Projects '
where *she win be'teaching apd ..children vqf Jriv rness .were: y
term. personality. If you damage a point, a new )] Sunday visitors in Hampton with \
I -' in in at" I Ifcountert Mrs 'J: Watterson TEN pER "
Chester Moody of Keystone point screws secprtds l < -any peri Mr. and M. 4'9J
: & giving ;
Jim Chasteen of Brownlee jects, them the benefit of Lb \
Heights visited his mother Mrs. ; So"your stcrbrookcan-last'forfe.Qnljr and Mrs. Dot Eiland.
Chasteen takes time out at the their experience and the vast \
and daughter
Mrs.,.Bert Hjnspn
beginning of the new school term knowledge obtained through continuing Emily Moody Monday. t. weekend D "
Miss Bardin of Jacksonville $ 95i Brenda Sue spent last 5 M
Genny _
to extend congratulations to our research by the Purina ,her 5cnUfclaw -
-Heilbron with
two' fine chapters of Future Farmers..of spent the weekend with the
company They are continual) l
Arthur -
E. A. Sapps. 1 and daughter Mr. and Mrs. .
America and our 4-H carrying experimental' feeding
.Gaskins and children.
Club for the wonderful job they projects showing the amazing developments Wester Reunion Raleigh Brannen .
Mr.and Mrs.
heldat '
The Wester reunion was
are doing in training our farmers that are possible the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira i and\ sfn,"and Mrs. J. ,J. Brannen 7'. ..
e'tuture.JJrownIee '- -
of : thrQugh the proper use of Purina reunion atManatee .. : J ,
attended the Mac roy
Merritt with ::
in Palatka Sunday Round "
& Chasteen are dealers ,chews and feed. Bone S
in the,famous furina (.Checkerboard Mr.,Chasteen extends a cordial about ''fifty attending: All three Springs'on 100
where there ,were:! more than .
). products as well as other invitation 'to aU*Fuutre Farmersand brothers and one'fcister>ere pre -

fart supplies, in Starke and sur- 4-H Club members to come I sent. They were: Mr. and Mrs. The flrtif-Pfliis, dainty' ,people present. Mrs. 'Nora weekend Lay- SteakChuck
Eston Wester of Lake City Mr. pen and'pelJ.il field, who ,had spent _the : 59
rounding area, and they know the by and advise with ,him at (
I and Mrs.. Dewey Wester of Mayo, seti with famous. Ester.bro.okwriting: ,in.Gainesvjye: with,her son, C.
importance of agriculture to the time'concerning the best feeds,
economy of Bradford County ,. eeds,: and',fertilizers
"}Vith better equipment to work their various projects throughoutthe Brunswick. Ga. and sister, Mrs. Set includes glamorous carrying .case, too. 'Hampton with: Ute Brannens. Delicious
at Manatee -
also attended.thQ reunion
with better feeds, improved seeds year. Thelma Merritt. Others presentwere Just : ( : : I
4' ; ,Mr, and !'Mrs C. B. Caroll $ 75Dependable jprings. R
: 1" ub5'
small farmers t t to work '
and fertilizers, our ; js .a. pleasure* with 'of Jacksonville 'Mr.: and Mrs. !rX.aXta Mr.and. Mrs. J. W. Home and 0
: 9
will continue to contribute their our young people Qnd"to give them !'
Pete Sapp"'of Palatka. Mr. and Mr. ,and ,Sirs' Robert Barksdale I. }
share tb.'pur' prosperity ,in ithe; the benefit of our knowledge and drove toTal '
of .Starke
and family
Mrs. ,L.H. Blow of Jacksonville.Mr tea.
future--just as they.have dene .in experience 'says Mr. Cnasteen. -
} : and4 Edenfield -. lp Sunday to .see, Mr. and
the past," says Mr. Chasteen. "The sooner they learn that Mrs. Freddie 7 ._ yt-:.: : --.. .
Mrs. R. C. Williams .and pnsSirs.
of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. W. -
The staff at Brownlee & Chaste Checkerboard products are the i.., } a :
.Q.-tir raVifOrd of Imockee, Mrs. F. ban pOint-Because it's ) .H rne remained in Tampa
an .
are always ready and willing best that can be had for ,the -
to'work with the vocational:agricultural money, the better off they: will be H.BoX: Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hill Esferbrook'you panrely,on this sleek ballpoint with her Daughter week..CpL.and ,through Thursday ; i
students at Bradford: when the time i comes for them 10 .Jr.>and'the only living aunt and for'years ,of fine .writing..Only pr and .i Choc. Yen. -Strawberry ,
Mrs. T. G."Futch, erbro nd
uncle!-Ir, and. Mrs. W. T. Hill ST. Sup I '
High School'in'their annual proD -'.put their training into .practice. I Strictner of Lees-
Jacksonville: herr sister Mrs. ,

,.. r"!"!Y." nY?!,TyYrPGE after visiting her two sisters, Mrs. lot Friends attending were Mr. and $2 SO ;burg visited .Sunday" ,in Hampton ,S9 ? ;
1r' Myrtle Andrews and Mrs. Ada Mrs TXhan Sapp Of Lake Butler 'with Mrs. T. F. Brown and Mrs.J. Cream \

at ,W G ,Andrews and ;family in Jackson apd Miss Genny .Bardin cf Jack- .J. ,Brann n. Gal
Mrs, Sla.de and children
NEW RIVER vide sonville..WANTED. Avqry

'i.... : )lira F.. A. Sapp I!I Friday Donald night Adkins,and of Saturday Dundee spent with, Clean Cotton Rags Bradford County Telegraph list drpve week'to.Jackson.viHe, and their, on two Tuesday sons' Sue \ '

,and. remained in 1 lbQtrs 29
A .A.A.uua..aullu ; Cliff Michael ;
I Irtt his daughter and family, Mrs. 'No Pants, No Shirts, Blast Be;( Maxvjlle .\\ their grapdparents:: nIo( 2
I Eunice .
iMis Sandra Holt .is spending Moody
PHONE WO 9-3101 Mjr..and, Mrs. C.-.M Cireeiii until
Clean. Bradford
this Jveek: .with .her Inndpatfn has County ele- "
I'I :P/SFiflJ? }? A-ISK been home I jSaluniav: ,
Mr's acid Mrs. Holt of Newberry i about two weeks after a long visit crspb' Mrs. M. R. Misner returned -,
.Mrs- ,'Nan Merritt Is back home: with his cousin. Jon.. Lazenby of home Friday from Bradford Coun- ,

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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Sister Lottie English; Church Re-
PINE LEVEL solution Sister Laura Whitmore;

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy resolution Misisonary Dept. Mt.

I ,1'CHURCH NEWS lira. H. BL McRae Ozora J. ShellAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi Sinia Acknowledgement M. B. A. Sister of Susie condolences Trapp:

..... ...... ......j ... .. ........... ....... ........ Sister Minnie Smith: obituary, BILLYNOEGEL

Sister Marion Dell second
u We are sorry to report the ill- Xew Teacher tendance up to 15 persons. Class-
ture Rev. J. P. Franklin; music
ness of our pastor Rev. W. E. Hall Piincipal Eddie Thompkins has will be offered If ther are enough
by choir ho I; main eulogy, Rev.A. .
At The TabernacleMorris Presbyterian ChurchFriday and wish him a speedy recovery. ecommended Mrs. O. W. Georges 1 requests for home economics and B. Vinson.; She leaves to

He entered the hospital at Folks j : teacher of Home, Economics for typing they will be offered also.
Brackman Jr., who recently Adult Choir practice. ton, Ga. Monday. Brother L. L. UE this year. Mrs. George''is a An enrollment of, $2 for the 11 mourn mother and father passing, 3 a daughters,

returned after several Ccnner, our adult Sunday School; traduate of Florida A&M Uni-I months is asked of all applicants.No .
Sunday Church School, 945; 5 sons several sisters, 7 grand
months in Viegues. Puerto Rico, teacher, filled his place at morning ersity, and has rich and varied ether ,fees will be charged.
I children and host of other
,a m. Morning Worship, sermon a sor-
was in charge of the Saturday services and Mr. Hall's son- :xperiences in the teaching pro- These courses are free. Any for-
I by the pastor 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship !- rowing relatives and friends. Joan
night youth meeting in theGospel in-law, Rev. J. E. Murrhee of "ession. She has worked in adult mer student of RJE who is over
Evening Jenkins, reporter.
6:30: p. m. Union
Tabernacle. He has been workingin I Hilliard brought the message education and has taught at Boy- 16 years and working may now Vacationists
First Christian Church.
the Children's Bible Mission 'I Sunday night. lan-Haven School for five years'in enroll in the adult evening classes.
sermon by Rev. W. S. McAliley Mother Sophia Royal is vaca-
Mrs. Roberta Lamb of Tampa Jacksonville. This For further information contact
Camp in Polk City and his versatility -
i 18 m.Tuesday. tioning in Philadelphia with her
makes him especially goodin I p. who has been visiting her broth- faculty for the year with the Principal Eddie Thompkins at R
youth work. He plays a varietyof I Board of Deacons, T-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. exception of a music teacher for JE. son and daughters. She is the
house guest of Rev. Clinton Royal, FOR RE-ELECTION
musical instruments and delighted -' 7:30: p. m.Wednesday. H. H. Lewis, is visiting relatives the school as well as the county. Church News
recently called to the .
the children'with his pep- I Junior Choir in Jacksonville. The Carnation Saving and I Mount Moriah Baptist Church Royal preached his trial sermon -
py program. After the meeting, practIce 3:30: p. m. We were glad to have Roman Social Club will present their an- Mount Moriah Methodist
during the spring. Deaccn
refreshments were served in the Alvarez and good wife with us at nual Cinderella Ball on Friday, Church Rev. H. J. Blount, pastor Julius Royal of Starke was CITY COUNCIL GROUP 1It
annex. : rurrcni OP JESUS CHRIST! church Sun 'ay night from Arlington September 5 at RJE cafetorium. held regular services on Sunday pre- ,
fnt. Mrs. Corean McNeil is visit-
Next Saturday there will also 1.I\TTII'It nY SAINTS Texas, where Roman is attending The guest artist will be Johnny'Shaw 'starting' with Church School at
relatives in Fort Pierce. Mr. and
be of special interest for the chil-. t'rviN'. each nndar in old Bible School. They are famous radio announcer;10 a. m Assistant Supt. Lula Mrs. William Holland have just will be impossible for me to see each and every voter

dren and:! young people. AU ages lfacnnir. Hnll on t E. Call St. Sun. visiting their parents. Mr. and and disc Jockey. A pair of slippers Jones in charge. Morning worshipat returned from a two weeks vaca-

ere welcome. lay SU hool \" ... m. Sacrament Mrs. O. R. Alvarez and Mr. and will be won by the lady with the 11 a. m., sermon by the pastor ,
tion in St. Augustine and St. before"election day Sept. 9. Therefore, I hope you
Regular services were ccnduct- Service 6:30: p. m. Everyone wet) Mrs, Joe Starling, while here. "lucky fcot". and they will be i evening worship at 7 p. m. at Petersburg

ed on Sunday.Methodist. ome Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarez and tried on all the eligible girls by I which time a very inspirational

son: Daniel returned home Friday "Prince Charming". Who will be I message was delivered by the The Missionary Dept of Mt. will accept this as my personal request for your vote
HHJirLANrt of last week after a visit with Zion A. M. E. Church will spon-
ChurchChurch the lucky girl and prince this pastor. Visitors were Mrs. Cole-

BAPTIST CHURCH relatives in Orlando and Salt ear? Last year Willie Alfred Kel- I man from Jacksonville, and Mr. sor a program Sunday, Aug. 31, and support. My appreciation will be deep and sincere
Sunday School 9:45: a. m at 4 p. m. Guest speaker will be
springs. They also visited Mrs.
all 9:45a. ly served as Prince Charming and i Haynes from New York City. Our
School for
ages. : Morning Worship. 11 a. m. and Robert Turner and family of St.1 did a wonderful job in finding Third Quarterly Conference will Mrs. D. B. Richardson cne of the
m., Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 7:30 m. Prayer Meeting each members of the faculty of C. C.
p. Petersburg. You can't afford to be held .
Cinderella. on Sunday, District Supt.E.
with Rev. E. Lloyd Ferris of Pen-
Wednesday 7:20 p. m. Rev Tcmmy Turner of St. Petersburg I Anderson Jr. High. Mrs. Mary Pd. adI. '.
affair. )
Farms who served previouslyin miss this gala Free refreshments M. Hurley in charge. The pastor ( pol. \
ney I ChU Given, Dist. President will also
Ceorge >m pastor. EverybcdFINAL \ is spending this week with
Conference.A will be served to all the asks all leaders to have their report -
the ,North Indiana t w.-I'ome. be present. All invited to
the! his: cousin Daniel Alvarez. I guests at the ball by the club blanks filled and all monies are come.
nursery is provided during. Miss Patricia Alvarez returned I Mrs. Juanita Houston, pres.,
members. Get your tickets early collected by that time. Visitorsare
yervice for those with
UNION SERVICE to Jacksonville where she is employed Mrs. Martha Jenkins, sec. .
small childen. MY?, 6:30: p. m. SUNDAY NIGHT and avoid a penalty at the door. always welcome to our friendly
Union Service will be held in the with Gulf Life InsuranceCo. There will be a special call church on the comer of Oak and .
; meeting of all members on Tuesday Crosby Street. Class meeting each ; :
Christian Church at 8 p. m. Come The final Union Evening Service -
and lend your support to the last of the summer will be held Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. night Sept. 2, 8 p. m. at thehome I Wednesday night. Vera Coleman,
H. H. Lewis Sunday were Mrs. of your reporter, Mrs. R. B. 'Reporter
union service of the season. We Sunday night in the First Christian I
Bishop Thomas and children, Cohen. All members are asked'to Allen Chapel A. 1F.. Church
cordially invite everyone to worship Church at 8 p. m. Rev. W. S.
with us in all services. McAliley will preach. Kenneth Dwight and Goldie of please attend so that we may I Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church

Brcoker. Dwight spent last week complete our plans for the ball. Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor held 1

with his cousin, Rodney Anderson. Mrs. Corean McNeil president.The regular services for Men's Day V4, '. .
Re-Elect Randal Chilly for City Council Sunday School of Ebenezer starting with Sunday School. Bro. -

YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYlKINGSLEY ; Baptist Church will take a trip Homer Williams, Supt. in charge. .

to Fernandina Beach on Monday, The morning address was delivered :.

LAKEBY September 1. The bus will leave by Joseph D. Green teacher of : ... r .

:the church at 8 a. m.. RJE at 8:15a. : 8th grade at RJE. Due to illness

Starke Ma ,MooreAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA m. and Lawtey R. R. station Prof. Shell was unable to speakIn 4
I at 8:30: a. m. for persons wishing the evening so Deacon Clarence '

I to go from Lawtey. A small transportation Williams delivered the address MATTHEW 11:28

Rev..Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Sorry I didn't get my news In I fee will be charged to which was very masterfully pre- Come unto me, aB ye that
labour and are heavy laden, and I
last week but daughter Mrs.
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town my husband, take care of expenses of bus. This sented. More than $300 was rais- will give you rest.
Joyce Thomas and her
will benefit the Pastor's Aid Club ed through the combined effortsof

Phones: Office 234 Pastorlum 130 Leon were visiting us from Wake which is sponsoring a baby con- the men and women of the -

Forest N. C. While they were here test to help send the pastor to church and their freinds. The

SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. we enjoyed a family reunion at I the National Baptist Conventionin windows are being put in the -

the home of Mrs. L. J. Kite. A- Chicago. Ill. The delegationwill church by Prof. A. O. Jenkins and
Sunday School 9:45: A.M. Training Union 6:30 P.M. those Mrs.
mong attending were Jacksonville
leave by special his workers. It will take many

Midweek Service 7:30 PJVL Bertha, Lang Mr. and Mrs. Paul train around September 9. Let us more efforts like Sunday to com-
Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. all go on this trip and have a big plete the payments on these win-

A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Moore and daughter, Dian, Mr Labor Day celebration. Refresh- dows but let us think of what
and Mrs. A. R. Moore and family,
ments will be available on the bus. Keats has said and do all we can

AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Leon Thomas, Mr. W. E. Combs Secondary Spec- to help "A thing of beauty is a 4:13
L. J. Kite and sons, L. : ,11
Mrs. "
ialist from the State Departmentof joy forever. Sunday School will '
Neither is there any creature ROMANS 3 J
J. Jr. John :
Education, worked with the be held Sunday at the usual hour Man s1saIl not live b y that is not manifest in his sight
I promised you a report on the' high school teachers all day Wed- with Supt. Irene Thomas in bread alone, but by every word but all things ore naked and For what if some did not believe -
The perfect tribute. to l 1 awards for Church School of nesday in an effort to revise the charge. This is Missionary Day that proccedctaout of the mouth opened unto the eyes of him with ? shall their unbelief make
of God the faith of God without effect?
Music. Our music director tells MATTHEW 4:4 whom we have to do.
a cherished memory curriculum and further meet the and we will worship at Mt. ZionA.
1 me there were 23 awards, which needs of the high school pupilsof M. E. Church Lawtey at 4 p.

shows us there are some willingto Bradford County. We are Interested m. Rev. 84 W. Richardson pastor.
Every funeral that we con. to to the glory of
learn sing will
curriculum that
in a All members and friends are Invited -
duct is a ,source of sustaining our Lord.
make our graduates qualify for to attend. A very interesting
,solace and spiritual inspira d Vacation Bible School closed further study with out additional program has been prepared for

tion to the family. Aug. 15, with an average attend- Combs has donea .
preparation. you. Prayer meeting every Thurs- .. .....
2 "
ance of 65. I believe that was a- great deal to help improve the day night at 7:30: p. m. Sister E. ',

Hundreds of details are managed and economically bout the average last summer, so curriculum in schools all over the J. Givens. reporter.

attended to that,only a trained and careful we are at least holding our own. state during his tenure' of officein Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev.E. y 5

organization can perform when the urgent need The Junior boys have earneda the state department for more D. Robinson pastor"will have

for serving is at hand.DeWITT party in Sunday School by than a decade. We feel that the Sunday School at 10 a. m. Supt. : V
the WM///IftiI :
keeping their grades above suggestions made by him will en- Henry Bryant in charge. At 3 p. V

C. JONES passing mark all month. Supt. rich our offerings at RJE.L. m. the Singing Wonders of Jack- EXODUS 20:3: '

Semier Sr. is giving it at his home H. Gibson. General Super- sonville will present a program Thou shalt have other
no gods
30. their
Saturday, Aug. visor and Director of Adult Edu- at the church. There will be no before me.

PHONE 7 Mrs. Opal Bishop. cation for Bradford County has admisison charge but a silver offering .

We furnish the highest' type service at lowest prices, and acceptANT The dedication of the new called a meeting of all teachersin will be taken. All membersand .

life Insurance policy' force, Issued! by ANY company, as building will be Sept. 14. with Adult Education for Thursday friends are asked to supportthis .

payment In part or in full on funeral services. Consultation dinner at the Church. I knew 1:30 p. m. at RJE. This meetingis program. This program is t

carries no obligation. when the ladies started helpingwe designed to make preparationsand being sponsored by the Pastors
results. Rev. D. E.
would get a schedule for the new term Club. Sister Ranell English, re-

I Willis, our former pastor, has which will start for veterans and porter.
will to be 1
promised us he try adults on Tuesday Sept. 2, at 7 New Bethel Baptist Church t1I
with us that day. All! interested in Church
p. m. persons New Bethel Baptist
R. L. Smith had her mother \
Mrs. enrolling are asked to meet at Rev. A. B. Vinson, pastor held regular \
sister from Leesburg visit- I
REVIVALPINE and RJE for registration. A minimumof service on Sunday starting made
the weekend of Aug. 17. Bud- And the Word was
ing 15 persons must be in the class with Sunday School. The funeralof flesh and dwelt among us, (and
home with his
dy Smith returned and at least 20 persons in order the late Sister Mineola Mosleywas I we beheld his glory the glory

grandmother. es in reading, spelling, English, held at 2 p. m. with the pastor awof the only begotten of the
that Mrs. Alma Ricks, of and truth. I
Happy FaihaJfuil grace
arithmetic, science, music, moral officiating. The first scripture was
has been able to attend church and spiritual foundations [Bible read by Rev. Blount; prayer Rev.. JOHN 1:14 I

LEVEL CHURCHSEPT. thp last____ two_ weeks.._
n to keep the average nightly at- Damon Dell; as a Christian Mem-
Training Union study course

began Monday night. The studyis

really about had early a time Baptists establishing, they the On September 9th Do Your

7 church.RYyr'ITTTyyV/ I'f'fY Part To Help Elect Madison Street BaptistChurch

$> > Through! ,.,.

RISING i ,L4averll. H.TOCB. Outlaw

hi wry Bin. Gordon Jones c '"
.. 6" SEPT. 14 67 f' '.-......... V .

R Fu"Y Party tt; County Commissioner .., .((900 Block West Madison Street) 1 .t'V."'.',- ,.. .

Evelyn Griffith celebrated her 1J
14th birthday, anniversary Friday,

Aug. 2 with a birthday party at

GOOD the home of her uncle and aunt, Let A Business Man Handle Your County's :

a Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Ricks of Business REVIVAL SERVICES

SINGING Starke. Evelyn received many

lovely gifts. Elect A That Will Be A Leader In
a s Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Manni and Man

; SPECIAL son of Starke visited the Gordon i Promoting The Progress Of Your County
Jcnes family last week DARREL SANFORD Evangelist
Julius Jones is on our sick list

this week. He has blood poisoningin Young

Conducted by Rev. Bill ComptonOF recovery.his foot. We wish him a speedy' Progressive Family Night -- Friday, 7:45 P.M. V

Over the weekend Mrs. Maggie Experienced

Norman Mrs. Elvlee Jones and Youth Night -- Saturday 7:45 P.M.

DECATUR, ALABAMA Ernie Norman of Gainesville visit- .
ed Robert Norman. Remember Help Elect An OutlawThat

Mrs. Ellis of Miami is visitingher ; :

There will be Homecoming on Sunday, September 14, son and daughterin-law Mr. is honest, fair, impartial, and will 'c. SUNDAY SERVICES

with a Basket, Dinner for all. We especially invite all and Mrs. A., C., Ellis. the best of his
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones and serve the whole county to
friends and former members to come and enjoy the
daughter Carolyn visited Mr. and Union 6:45 P.M.
Revival and Homecoming with us. !' ability. Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training -
Mrs. R. J. Jones of Brooker Sun-
day evening P. T. I' OLIN, Supt.

Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie His businessmanwill 7:45 P.M.
experience as a Morning Worship 11 A.M. Evening Worship --
Norman Rachel Green and
.' Mrs. Dick ,Raulerson and son of
Brooker be an asset to the county

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis en- J. H. MABRY Jr., Pastor
Sjt.-e ,- ':W.:E./HALL, Pastor tertained Mrs. ''Paul Faulkner and I

children of Starke Sunday even- (Pd. ?o1.Adv._ ) '-

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