Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01515
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 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: UF00027795:01515
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I:C k' \ seoona t'nmary run-on between Ullt' nln't

5 Record 1601 : incumbent County Commissioner -
Now '
t, Under WayIn E. L. (Lawton) Crawl ord '
md the challenger Ewell Lawsonfor -_ "_ -..LTt- ,*
the ,District Two post remans :

: BradfordBradford S .V,7 is the only unsettled county race \
Vote after Tuesday's First Primary :
in City \\VS5.: balloting.

County's onslaught : Crawford was high man a. his

: J. against unsuspected cases of tu- roup with 1,188 votes to 99 f for
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Despite a slim off-year slateof berculosis got under way Thurs- runner-up I.awson. Whitehead

candidates balloting in Tues- SWEATchief day when two mobile units set up trailed with 614. itI
In the only other Commissionerpost
WIGGINS day's' City Election soared to new here with a goal of providing
up for election Tuesday (Uis-
3,000 free chest
heights as 1,601 voters x-rays among
wins turned out
seat trict Four) Mrs. Jessie K. Chas-
to: in the early 1940's, polled 711 to county's near 12,000 popula-
I I I tion. tain incumbent won by a sate
Elect Riley Sweat Chief of lead the Everyone over 18 years of I
City voting for Councilman, margin of 1,779 to 1.007 for her
age is eligible for this service.
b--V !- Police by a narrow margin of 18S Group 1. Incumbent, H. IBilly] opponent, Lavern H. Outlaw.In V
..,:.V votes over incumbent Chief B. Nocgcl Jr.. Health officials point out that I*
IV completing his first the race tor U. S. Senator

:* ." ,," .,; (! C. I IBenj] Holtzendorf; !I turn on the council was runner- tuberculosis it is curable but finding Bradford voters gave the incumbent '
) "1 Elect One A. up with 608 early is most important.
V Wiggins to the while Sam Zack ran Spessard L. Holland 1,544
) The x-ray takes only a few minutes' -
Council 1 third with
Group : 207. votes to 1,257 for ex-Senator
time and is
( 4 5 / Re-elect Randal F. Chitty to Randal F. Chitty polled 811 to provided, with- Claude Pepper. Statewide, Holland -
e- out cost, by the local
i V Council in Group 2. retain his Council seat (Group 21] Health Association TB and I The final: membership card, making American Legion Post won by a wide margin of
V 5mVI Keen interest in these three despite a strong bid by George B. County Health Department, Bradford and ; 56 100 per cent for the current year, Is received by Post, AdJutant 394,936 to 315,311 for Pepper.

races, combined with the fact that Fiynn Jr. with 702. At Both incumbent Railroad Commissioners -
Monday's Joe left
from h.t"ire
? the State Board of Health. Gray ( ) Conunander and Membership -
;: Tuesday was also First Primary election eve politicat'rally Wilbur C. King and ,.
One of the mobile units will Chairman Seeber D. Goodman (right). Post Commander
V voting day, accounts for the re- had attacked the present council Jerry W. Carter were heavily I:r
V ; V 1 cord-breaking turnout of voters for turning an inquiry from a be stationed at various points in Harry Rabb (center) registers! approval of the good work done favored by Bradford voters, who : 1'
the cOInty during the
L at the Fire Station polling place. prospective period Sept. by his committee. gave them both more than the
industry to the
I 11-20
the other
t Sweat former member of the Chamber of Commerce [presently be located unit will combined votes of their opponents.In CRAWFORD .11,1
VVtr on iri
_S ; ; City police force and recently re- without an executive director] instead Group 1, King received 1,228 faces run-off
; : 1 I signed Chief the Florida Bank at Starke, Post 56 Bradford votes to 749 for Vernon *
as Deputy to Sheriff, of following up the lead it- for the full time. Paces State In Drive
P, D. Re dish polled 802 votes self. He also charged the presentCouncil ; D. Bond, and 232 for Naomi T. 'YyYYYYvvyyyvyyT1vrnAnybodyHere' .,
Persons who miss the mobile Murrell.In .
to unseat Holtzendorf Starke'sChief
as with lots of talk and
V ? V !1 1sg of Police. Holtzendorf. a I effective action in the matter no of unit when it is in their community For Membership Will CelebrateAmerican Group 2. Carter polled 1.421 :

.:.. long-time member of the force a recreation program for Starke. may obtain an x-ray at the one ; to Jim Blanton's 419, Jim Fair's
V stationed in Starke at I 180, and Joseph T. McDonald's
had been appointed to fill the T. C. [Cliff] Hazen. incumbent any time Seen UhlAnybocl' ?
..... '.' during the 10-day period. 28().
vacancy caused by the recent resignation Councilman Group 3, was reelected Legion Post 56 reached mander of the Department of
King won a first know a fay by the
of Chief W. E. Thorn- without opposition.The its 1959 goal of 100 cent
per Florida
CHITTY will be the main speakerat
1 primary victory with a total of name of Uhl Lawsoa
Heavy DocketIn
ton.One new officials take office at I membership on Sept. 6, it was announced an initiation party on Sept. 23 284.398 to '
140.794 for Bond, and According to a Jacksonville
will stay on Wiggins who previously the first Council meeting in Octo- Mayor's Court this week by 1st Vice at the Legion home. Commander 70.082 for Murrell. he of the
newspaper was one
served one term on the Council l.ber..;
Commander Seeber D. Goodman
Cooper has accepted the invitation Carter faces
Due To HoldoverA a runoff with Blan- candidates In' elections hereon

Three Of Five and Adjutant Joe Gray. to be in Starke, and a large ton, having failed to score a first Tuesday, stout with such
Schools Show I This goal represented255 mem- attendance is expected. win.
primary The vote
Long Distance heavy docket, with cases held statewide other strangers as Ronald
was the first time the
Negroes, Fined o\er from last week because of This meeting will be for the indoctrination was: Carter 236.5Jo: Blanton 138,- Sweat, N. C.: Holtzendors, William -
post has reached 100 cent in
Xr the Labor Day per of all new members 826; Fair 77,835; McDonald 69- H. Noble T. C. Uaden.
holiday, held

In Mayor's Court 5 Per Cent Gain Cut To Dial Mayor's day morning.Court in One session accident all Mon-case such membership a short drive time.was The kicked current off and is 100 also per being cent billed celebration as thePost's 198.Approximately 2,893 Bradford and Hitting Lavern an Allow.all-tlme high for

about 30 days ago, Goodman and party. voters turned out to vote in this
caused Ernest misspelled! names in one brief
The trial of Moore to
five Negroes
charged with disorderly conduct In Enrollment Now In EffectTIi be charged with reckless driving, Gray Old stated members who have not Commander Rabb states that off-year election.Kingsley article l the Jacksonville, paper

and use of profane language at causing an accident. He was also paid their 1959 dues may do so, fried chicken'will be served, start- reportedJhat! : V V :

Herb's Drive In last week, was charged with leaving the scene of but no further: concentrated effort ing at 6 p. m., and no charge will ChurchTo Ronald ,Sweat- beat N. C.

held Monday morning in Mayor'sCourt. A five per cent gain In opening cut over to the dial systemfor an accident. He pleaded guilty will be made fo'r'new member- be made. Holtzendors for Starke, chief

day enrollment waa reported by long distance telephone calls and was found guilty*to thereck- ships. 'Vetel'ans of all wars whoare' I Rabb also announced that the of police. '
Bradford County schools tins year was made lby Southern Bell less driving charge and was sen- One Wiggins defeated Incumbent -
James Telephone
Harry Harrington driver not Legion members are always Starke post is the largest in the Dedicate '
S of the car pleaded not guilty to as compared with 195: /. Total Co. at the Starke-TelephoneCo. tenced to $52 or 10 days on the 1'! welcbme at- the local Legion state to report 100 cent William H.'Noble (or
per so

' the" ,charge of using. profane language schools opening)) Jn day the enrollment county 'waa for 3,224 all,: 2a.m.. exchange Sunday morning at first guilty count.,on ,the He second was fehargev found not- ;1 home and are invited' ,to. attefufair far, and said..that the!: ,post, will Alderman'T.; C; Uaden Group'was 1.>,unopposed
but S
guilty disorderlyconduct. '
toV this term, and 3,083.in' ':57. Twenty-two meetings, and functions. receive: several. citations fromnatlon81 New Building V forAlderman. Group,3.
circuits are now i in Carl Gibson '
He was found I guilty on pleaded(! guilty to 1 Post' Commander Harry Rabb headquarters and the state' -
All white schools, with the exception operation from Starke to Jacksonville ; I' V tJhI Lawsoa'and. E..I... Craw-
both charges and lined$52 or 10 public intoxication but not guiltyto announces that E. J. Cooper com deoartment'fcr this effort. ',
of Brooker, showed again ford will, enter a runoff for
three from
Lawtey to Jacksonville
days. Willie Banks'was ,also convicted leaving the sqene; of an acci-
on the profane language ; and two Negro schools,,S SI and three from Kingsley; dent. His fine on the first charge! Free From Dedication services' for the new County' .Commissioner. District

charge but found not guilty on Wateroak and Hampton snowed I Lake to Jacksonville.' All long, was $52 or,10 days.,He was found ,Injuries sanctuary of the ,Kingsley lAke 2. .
small losses. distance calls Baptist Church will'be held Sun- And Mrs Jesse Chastain defeated -
now go through _
not guilty the second
V the disorderly conduct charge: on charge. '
II Opening day enrollments were Jacksonville, and the Jacksonvilleoperator Pleading guilty to disturbing I day afternoon, Sept. 14, at 2 p. m. Lavern Atlow for County
S Sentence was $37 or 10 ,days. Tornadoes
reported as follows: Drilling On Defense District 4.
The others involved were is reached direct by dialing I- the peace, Luther Harper was Regular morning worship will Commis loner.
S White Schools the Operator 0 position. be held in the new building at jEither somebody had a bad
W. C. Lee and Frances Lee. Both sentenced to a fine of $52 with ,
I Starke Elementary: increase 11 a. m., followed telephone connection or the
pleaded not guilty to both charges sentence susoended with the orobation by a basket
from 966 to 1016. %With Baker Invasion Due dinner at 1 Jacksonville proof reader
and were found not guilty. Bradford High School: increase Fall# Rally ,that he be restricted from Sept 19 wii meet at p.6:45: m., and Training revival Union services on an election day binge.&LAAkAAAAAL4AAk4AAiAAA. ,was
the streets of Starke after 8 V
The juvenile girl who accord- p.
from 846 to 907.
ing to testimony of witnesses. had Hampton: increase from 130 to Of Presbytery m. .unless in the company of his Only five practice days remain i I Edmondson. Barney will Andrews begin at will 8 p,bring m. Rev.the

suggested the stop was turned wife, for 60 days. before
142.Brooker the Tornadoes open! Season tickets can be purchased: message at the evening service

over to, Juvenile Court. : decrease from lOS to At'Crystal LakeDr. Charges of fighting and using the season at home, Sept. 19, from any member of the football and each evening during the re-, Roberts WinsReelection ? '

According to testimony of wit- 102. profane language, against Willie against Baker County High of squad or the coaches. All ticketssold vival.

nesses the group of negroes had Lawtey: increase from 265 to John R. Cunningham- Lee Pierce were not heard but Macclenny. at the gate this season will People of the entire ;

stopped at a hamburger stand 269. ecutive director of the Presbyterian the case was postponed until next "These last five practices will be $1.25 per person. Studentsmay community .
neighboring and .
S where they usually got service Negro Schools Foundation, will address the week until the witness could be be spent in getting our defenses purchase their tickets at
friends To Union Seat
are invited to attend all >
but found it closed. When they RJE Starke: increase from 459 annuaal fall rally of the Suwannee present. His appearance bond is ret up," Coach Lennard Registersaid school on the day of the game for services.

V passed Heib's Drive In the girl to 463. I Piesbytery at Camp Montgomeryon yesterday. "Several boys 75 cents each. State Representative Clarence,
The church
$52.Those new
asked that they stop there and C. C. Anderson Lawtey: increase Crystal Lake between Starke who forfeited bond by have looked good in drills this The public is urged to supportthe ( the largest building invest represents -. A. Roberts was re-elected in Union

said she could get a sandwich from 187 to 205. rod Keyst ne Heights, Thursday, i not appearing were: Jesse, Wayne week. Randy Johns Terrell team by purchasing season ment tangible County Tuesday by. a narrow margin -

there. None of the others wantedto Thurston: increase from 60 to Sept. 18. Turner fighting and disorderly Green, Bubba'LaMee, Harvey Tan- tickets now, and avoid the line at ever made by the Kingsleyr over his perennial opponent

be served. They were directed 62. Dr. Cunningham is one of the conduct, bond $37;. Isaac Solemon ner, Tom Smith and John Devore the gate. A considerable saving, Lake Baptists. The r Fred Andrews.Roberts polled 737

to Reno by juveniles at the Drive: Wateroak: decrease from 21 to outstanding churchmen of the running a red light bond $12; have improved each day," Register may be realized'by purchasing block construction with the block: 'votes to Andrews' 686.
19. South and assumed the post ot Robert Eugene Smith failure to continued. season tickets for the entire Ian walls plastered inside. other The Andrews-Roberts battle for
Hampton: decrease from 41 to executive director with inside walls are of southern pine I
the Foundation Several
boys were kept out of ily.
In.Youth have vehicle under control caus- Union County's legislative seat iscontinuing
38. its creation in 19;>1. paneling with natural finish. The !
StabbedIn upon scrimmage this due to minor injuries
ing accident bond $27 Lewis phenomenon
an ; a recur-
His function is to coordinate the but all of, these should be I floor is of concrete finished with
Dunn running a red light and Board Will Seek ring every two years with the
Burial Allowance fund-raising activities of the I ;in gocid the 19th. Tom -
shape by
fight I using profane language, bond $12' I tile.White Is regularity of clockwork. Andrews
Bids acoustical tile used in
and On Grader
Hall have an-
Southern Stalling
Presbyterian Church the first and the I assault for
Increased For Vets on count $27 on I warded off Roberts'
with emphasis on the establishment Ikle I I injuries, Bennie Williams and the ceiling, and fluorescent lightllig ,-
Over Girl FriendHal latter; and Samuel Bennett drivi And LoaderThe two terms before yielding the of-
of endowment programs.The i I Hank Graham have been handicapped -, fixtures are, used throughout.The ;.
The Government allowance to- ing with no driver's license, bond i ice to the latter two years ago.
fall rally will begin with infected knees, and building is designed to seat
Mott. 17. of Brooker' was ward veterans' burial expenses has $27. Since this was the fourth I by County Commission voted Now it teems to be Roberts' turn
registration at 1 followedby James Thomas has an injuredj about 200 people. Rest rooms anda
Hospital p.m.

Bradford County at its September meeting to advertise -
taken to been increased to $250 from its warrant for Bennett on a similar to holdover in spite of Andrews'efforts ,
an afternoon of recreation on j !houlde ., church office, with other accommodations -
with abdom- for bids on a new road -
Monday night : former list of $150 the Veterans charge police were instructed ,to at a comeback. mIn
inal stab wounds, inflicted during Administration Crystal Lake. Dinner will be increase bond at his next offence. One new recruit, Bobby Shannon grader and a loader. The old are provided with

a fight with Austin Gay. 18, also announced. served at 6 p.m.. followed by a joined the team this week machinery" will be traded in and space for an air conditioner and the race for Union County
Applying only to deaths on or short business and Also fCrfeiting bond by not appearing i and chancel commissioner: Sinclair, Bryan defeated
of Brooker. meeting election He is an 180-pound Junior who payment will oe made over a three heating unit. The pews- -

According to witnesses the toys) after August 19, 1958, the increase of officers.: 'Ur. J. Wayne were John Henry Lane,, should.add strength: to the, line at year period with the first pay- furniture are made of Philitr- Robert J. Anderson and the

had been dating the same girl i was authorized by Public Law 85- Reitz. president of the University charged with disorderly conduct guard and tackle ment, of $7,000' in January, 19:>9.I pine mahogany, finished in r- incumbent, commissioner.-- ,Orin
: 674. J. E. Gum. QIC of the of Florida, will l introduce bond and Glen Harmon, Reddish. Bryan a first/ pn-,
and Gay and the girl had a flate the $37 J. Another newcomer who will help I I Balance will be in three yearly al color. polled

Monday night. Mott and several I Gainesville VA office explained.The speaker. running a red light, bond $12. a great deal is manager 'Robert t installments. E. O. Elder. a member of the I mary victory of 721, over Reddish
with, 437. and Anderson with 231.
other boys went looking for them. I church served as building superintendent -
Two Union County races will
with the couple on of -
Coming up I from beginning construction
I Road 235. near the Santa Ke RIver and was instrumentalin bt decided in the second primary.

I Mott and got into a fight Sydney Todd and A. Everett
Gay getting the blue prints of the
V with Mott being stabbed in _the Farm building. Crawford will run-off on Sept 30

stomach several times -with a -4- The congregation thanks all for the District' 3 School Board

has multiple : seat. Todd had 630 votes Tues
pocket knife. Gay also
SV. : : i friends who .expressed their interest -
bruises but was not hosital- -V day, and Crawford polled 456
in the building
ized. Bureau program Third ,man,in the race, Dewey W.
V I with gifts and other assistance.
S :Mott 1 is the son of Rev. H. H. iandel, got 339

Mott of Brooker. No ,charges For constable, Robert L. Rho*

were made by either party and the : : : ; ; Funeral Friday den! with 650 meets Quentin,

case was settled out of court Wed- Family 'Is:1 For Leonard W. Shaw, Bl
nesday morning. Mott's, condition Native Of BrookerLeonard yaw:, in. third place, polled 254.
is not considered I

W. Shaw, 70. died Wed- Shopportunity
Fire Prevention Night
V l' ,nesday, Sept. 3, in a Tampa hos- .

Group Will Meet .. pital. He was'a native of Brooker Winners Listed

S c and had lived in Tampa 'for the [ '

Monday Night, S Scores 1: ; [past several years. I
Winners. of the five $5
An organization meeting of the Surviving are his wife, Mrs
I at the Shopportunity party last
Bradford County Forest Fire! Prevention .' 1 : '!Evelyn Shaw of Tampa, and one Saturday afternoon were: Linda
,will be held in -S
Committee I [son Jack Shaw.) Mobile, Ala., four Allen, Leonard Noegel John Andrews
the courtroom of the courtheuse Success t ,' Fred Stern and
Monday night at 8 o'clock. I sisters, Mrs. Emma Shaw, Jack- Lee Robert

District Forester Frank Lee ot sonville. Mrs. Wilma Tomlinson
klbJ Miss Freddie Ellington of Route
Lake City and ,a State Forestry ; Jacksonville, Mrs. Elma Scaff and Starke
1, won the third prize of
will be
official from Tallahassee Mrs. Pearl Jones, Cle rwater; and but first
|10. prize of }25 (342-
on hand to explain the duties ot first of what will undoubt- Some 200 persons, including dent Foster 'Shi Smith, standingby was served fried fish hushpup- were the order of,the day. "and
one brother, Lester Lake 654)), second of (15
Shaw prize
the and distribute edly into an annual event Bureau members their families.
organization grow as.Bob Cox of Gainesville, organization pies, and the',usual extras by a Membership dues were paid and I Butler. ((289011)) have not yet been claim
plaques to the new members. was successfully staged last Friday and guests enjoyed this event at '
director of Florida committee of competent several new members .received at ed.
,Appointed to serve on the committee afternoon and evening when the Doyle Conner farm [the former cooks. Funeral services were held Friday -
are: W. C. ,Powell, S. V'... members of the Bradfcrd County I C. Letsch place north of Farm Bureaus, addressed the Politicians, were given a chance unanimous meeting that, and it'should opinion becomean was at 3 p. m. at the graveside in, The, next Shopportunity cam

Peek Z. w. Hamilton. W. H. Farm Bureau were ho.lits' a i Starke. gathering., Photo at right shows to "be seen, but not heard" as awards 'parttin (be held Saturday

t Maxwell, and E. L. Matthews. '"family night"-fish tIT I 1 I Pictured at left V is Bureau presl- a portion of the ."multitude"that good eating and good fellowship i affair.annual, or even a semi-annual I New. Hope Cemetery near Brooker. Sept 20, with exact locatioato

be announced next week.


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V mvvvyvvvvivv'cv*v vvv' Mrs. Pency Adkins c of Hampton Appeal for the FIRST Appellate pis-
editorial Farmer's DiaryBy visited Mrs. Eugene Moody last trk-u For Two (2y Railroad and Public

I- HAMPTONBy Friday.Mr. Utilities Commissioners.For .
One (1) Member of the Houseof
and Mrs. Ralph Merritt enjoyed Representatives.For '

Private Sam McGaroyf LUlU a short visit from Fridayto (2) Members of the Board ofCowty

Meetings _. ..., Commissioners.
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
,. ,. "" '_'ri T blazing fire. He got everybodyout' For Three (3) Members Of the
f A
A .
t A.
.A..AA Fowler WHson of Lakeland, and Board of Public Instruction.
: fo 5aIely7T>ut" said "it was an I ,
: Sept. 2, 1358 his uncle. Jimmie Merritt at (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Qfftg&AfiRfsLast City Council
'experience he'll never forget. Meets In testimony Whereof I have here-
5 II Candidates for the city election. Dear Mr. Matthews: Tampa. They also attended the unto set my hand and 'ffixd theUreat

week when a reporter for, Tte TelegraphwaS'excI.ude I We located our first gentling :and the voters' registration "book After having served for three wedding of Bennie Merritt at at Tallahassee Seal of the the State Capital of this Florida the

;-from'a County Conniisson' i t- Indian relic from Bradford Count;' 'for the election were che ked and years and three months as pastor Tampa. 1st day of August. 195&.

fife;; wey&1 t a serioug'point was raised thai ty. Our friend J. L. Orr brought 1 I approved ;at the regular meeting of the Hampton Baptist Church Mrs. Rhoda Dowling is spendingthis R A. Gray Secretary of$J2S4t9118Is State

over to a he foundat of Hampton City Council on Tuesday I recently felt led of the Lord to week with Mr. and Mrs. -
us point
ibbuld l K on1ered by citizens i! of the county. spear
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>''Memberi': his place in the Heilbronn sec- 'evening last week at the city tender my resignation. It will be Gurney Crews at the State Farm. The rirrelt Court of the ElrhthJudl..bal
the Commission
'o ; obviously felt effective September 28. Freddie Johns returned to Little Circuit of Florida. "la and
ticn. Of course there must be lots
tbati'V rejter) to'' ge'sk' tive about circumstances One of the farmers around here of them around the county fqr| hall.Marshal Mark1 e Norman resigned For all that has been accomplished Creek Va. Sunday after a 15 day for Bradford ('OODt CASE,. I.NO.'h..I'T. u.UIn

surrounding certain funds that should cut 'some hay from a Coastal Bermuda although" there were no' Indian his post and since no otheraudidate I want to give God the visit with his folks, M. L. Johns, Re Adoption of RONALD JOSEPH

have been paid into iKe 'county treasury than 16 pasture: V,1w\ and: {hen. setttfn ents to. speak of; 9W'us .had filed for marshal Glory. It would be impossible to Sr. and M. L. Johns, Jr. II By ERL.: KUGKNK A .Minor. LEROY BIRTr and

discuss tHem in the presence of a newspaper thatKhsbeeri'tryingtokeep he ferlil zecj it. Ie say'th'at'hewill .. M tioh t o be elected on Tuesday of this enumerate all the spiritual bless- Mrs. George Anderson was in his wife MARY LEE BIRTN AND
that the Church has received ORDER: OF PfBI-ICATIOS
ings Jacksonville Saturday and visited
the people informed as to get. another god. i WW \ 9; .... S ,e. ;ta new marshal will be ap- time. NOTICE TO DEFEND .

what is going. 'on irL their county and city 'govdrnmentsiojp Ircm it an".'"'cut' more' '" haj- ruj4 3 1 c. '- )oiited by Mayor M. L. Watterjpi during For example the above-mentioned, there has been 72 Savannah her aunt,,Mrs.Ga. Bessie English of TO prrt:, New Anthony York Gilbert.AND Dorothy Htfl.Ga Man*

ei'p asV. rk'4 s. Since'the: Nov. 1. ; No .action on this was taken ning Uerl, whose residence is: In-
y tea .
all-time record
S. "Ma" baptisms; a new :Miss Ida Merritt and Mrs. Edna known
W! k CF.? the council meeting, however.
farads in question representedaxes paid by the bcut at has been established for Sunday Lavender attended the sing at You and each of you art hereby
of ]
: is HaVep'e\ many wme$ Tlfifla.':\ a relics: and e.1 Methods of zoning, or limiting notified that petition has been
citizens, of- this county, it : supposed that any set ardd&1i :" School attendance; three conse- Worthingtcn Springs Sunday a
b f J he'll
: yt at r % ouii4 one. us.itac filed in the above styled Court by-
discussion, in;, 'connection, therewith would be of said he'll plant some soon> 'andso : k %'gojg authority for_ f most I ownership of animals, particularly cutive Vacation Bible School records afternoon.We Eugene Leroy Bin and' his: wile

11rimary'inthiegt tor tH6.4e;people". did. tJ.. u.t"'- .askl,., ...1'$',4'Wtiilc'J"i ....,"s 9j{Vt,,14'f8I the"9oun'ty, } ; for, wVdsjbr dogs.the inHampton-were meeting. This problem discussedat was auditorium have been broken renovated; the are sorry to report the ill- Mary Ronald Lee Joseph;Birt Herl for the a minor adoption child of- _

M3y excluding;:ih the has and required tit _
tW. pointed wees before the School ordered
there's : up the Sunday annex was taken ill Saturday and now is summoned
) any individuals wlib' ght'have been pr s- 3: th bs"before rJ.o.\} 9 file answer and defenses to.Uu*
ent'at fl Jim "'Uje 'Commission would seem totfe 'se1zi 'pimts.Had .5.. meeting when a new resident been painted: the pastorium has in Lake Butler hospital. We wish petition In. said cause In the off lea

t kin'g..t n .shoulders'fpr a'jg&4: trBureau ri'!" t t-h i \X gpjj?\ t$ get, put and, see moved Into the 'city with eight' become debt free; a new piano him a speedy recovery, of the, undersigned Bradford Clerk of Count said _
fesjwnsibjiijuppi: ) its own i dogs. another bush Court at
Fish, 'r: .v Sa't J;' Y t. 'r9. ley anf|, Nopkie Wain-: has been pruchased: Florida on or before the 6 day of _
:: tundsthlt; :,were.,.not! distributed! to the proper Saw aI' lot ,of 1 ite '''-'lsur gI.e. l c t registered School Enrollment Up s been acquired; and giving for October; 19SS. and to Serve copy
; ? : THE RIGHT POINT for the Jr., Attorney
ffces.| ' at Eleme'ijtaf
'. '' ., enjoysd the, eat?, ck Angus wbicli: they! goj apu.tc Hampton way you \vrlte. Come In and select for the petitioners, whose ad.
they were not, -th people }have a right and a dutyt especially'the'muliet 'i ani. GWTS. Itc! ;r:,; ; ago._ Thqy; were very; en-. School is up again this decision to leave Hamptonwas favorite ESTERBROOK dress is: Post Office Drawer said 791
T- your
aslc "*'hY''i1ot?." 'and'be> :given. a full and 'com-, ui i'V. .II'J tuat1c.! aouhe, herd?!
plete explanation.fe '' The reason...,. we. mentioned. ,ris.! i Z'la1lg.. a.lou s t buJi, which, ast day of this week in the eight have ever had to make. Believeme said date. why the said p tiUoo
>*| -*- { "' l''v* aU as required
be granted
f '\\ feeUthai: a.'reyiew.'of the circumstances, is because a man' came up. to ey'say, "had his legs: sawed o!!," grades here, according to Mrs. it will not be easy to leave OF KI.F.CTIOXBe : by should the not laws at Florida and the Florli
'Ji T'1 > <: :
whereby "JiewsjJaper excluded from therijeetingiatr'which Sam, l i6oI'at1i1s put \auasaid : tie actually me3rSures only. 12 inrghes Ola, M. Perkins prinicpal. First the Church that I love so greatly. it known that I, R. A. Cray.Secretary da Rules of Civil Procedure. It you
: "t dwnt"know; : yoi( eat grits:" "'abpye!" tiib "groupi; between week enrollment last year was Nor will it be easy to leave rf State of the State of fail to. da so, a:. decree pro confessowill for the
.against you
'tJT/1 .'this matter was discussed Perhaps !tt'taayjh t:' lp. .if .Sam explains :1 his fore legs.: 132,. making an increase of 11 the many friends in Bradford Florida GENERAL do hereby ELECTION Rive notice will he held thata relief be demanded entered In the petition.

should bevgiven! : attJv; time.. {that his father's name was I.e sf u'Sents. County that I have learned to In Bradford County. State of Florida., This notice shall be published onceeach
I fcAt the outset, our reporter s told that "thIsia Robert has nine lives" the will of the Lord on Tuesday next succeeiMn the first week for four consecutive week
; E. Lee McGarvey. They say a "cat The local school is participatingin love; but Monday in November.' A. I) 1958, in the Bradford County Telegraph. ___
very poor;day for. ws." as, the'Commis.-! i s5 and it appears to be true. We schooltime accident insurancethis must always be the primary con- the said "Tuesday being tinF urth Witness my hand and the seal of ___

son fc with *onlygoin: to. Pal.l< siJ l U.f >r fyds! on8cmeroa3'Blachineryand = We- ; weren't' lucky enough to win have a kitten [which some heart year. Foiderse explaining the sideration.For of November.For United. States Senator: from said ty Florida Court at this. Stajke.30, day Bradford, of August Cous-; __ ____

instruct the'custodiano ; one of the door prizes, and wesiir'e less. person must have dropped off plan have; been sent home to parents sometime I have been burdened the State of Florida. 1958 ;

? the fiuflding about how to display the flag. would ,have liked to be the along the highway] which Leo has and must be returned, accompanied about a work in Lancaster for For the Renrenentative EIGHTH Congressional in Congress Dis Charles(SEAL\.OK Darby CIRCUIT, Clerk COURT of said. ) Circuit __ ___

lucky dnes to get that 25 GAL- caught and mauled four times by the fee by this Friday S. C. Lord willing, we plan to go Court. "
When the reporter did not leave the meeting trict.For lt'rt.Clerk. .
"' ,LONS OF FREE GAS??? and the poor thing just about Sept. 12, in order for the there the first of October. two C!) Justices of the Supreme By:. Charlea A D."rb ____
"since'no commisifonY i made' did thecounty CourtFor _
HA* a hioye,i.l nor!' > 5ss lived through the last time. We'vehaft child to. be i insured. Yours sincerely, I Judge of th* District Court of -' 94] U Simsi.
attoThnor_ e ;c1elt : .C 1riinls; We' finally got around to visiting Leo liver ninp.! years' ajid. we_ Birthday Dinner Honors Marvin E. Faile Pastor '. --

sioii it was' fiialJy; wuiiccd\ Uiat''w e.will have ; the Conrad LetscH 'f arm. but can't break him of his hatred for Mrs. Nita JohnsonMrs. Hampton Baptist Church, '" _- ==--

a piiVai dieing i in the J uthis'.fctatententfc dges: c&xmbers.!' By not until he was dead and gone. cats or chickens. Guess you can't Nita. Johnson was honored u '" i

: of course':, jt was understood that !Ifow. ttfe place is owned by Doyle teach an Airdale not to be an with a surprise birthday dinner 'yyyyyyyyyyyyYYYYYYVYYYYlLoNG STORE HOURS i
Conner] who said he Is in the Airdaie.
tKifc) Kporfcer Vas excluded.j.AttfiecqncIutdb 7:30To 5.90.
Monday, evening Sept. I, at the BRIDGE .
; ...oC.: thIs: private meeting--r '" allopmissioneswith. process of, buidirig the place up. I "* home. of her granddaughter Mrs. .. TftIO SATURDAY111W \
It is a|beautiful place with lots Our new home is coming along AND NEW RIVER WEEKS .
< j \ one except jonA ap.dfthe county his men Frankie Jean Keyes, at Hampton 7:30 To Noon '
of. possibilities. fine. Fred Dodd and are
were a asked what matter was" underdiscussion. L ke.
TtttTriJej ,
doing a good job and we know Mrs. E. A. SappAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAALAAA
., Ejacn eed ,answering and sauL Heard of a real scarey fire that when we move into it well Present were the guest of honor

'f.You'll.have, to see<'thei: clerk:' story this week, from Sinclair be like a couple of happy kids. Mrs. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. :

Later,,*iWh "n' the reporter went, to the clerk Bryan 'bver at Raiford. It seems [That is if you can still act- that, A.4 : C. Dennison and Carl Mr.. and and boys visited Mr. and Mrs. .

with som6 information about the ilistrffiutloii of that the Bryaris were sound asleep way when your. poor creaking Mrs. Marklee Norman arid and children daughters Vernon Daniels at Screven, Ga. :

ftrads, 'the' explajiation was offered ttiat'.a lefter.p6blis.bed one night when he grew uncomfortably knees complain so much that you of, Hampton, and Mrs. Keyes Mrs. Emma La-, Saturday. qvWatch

(( i :| ifi.last, week's\ .t Issue)"was| to:be sent hot and awoke to.find' sound like a squeaking door]. But inoreaux; and.; Kirk Lamoreaux Guests over the weekend, of Mr.

the ceiling above him a mass seriously we are.very thankful. .- and Mrs. Joe,Moody were Mr and .
tb flue Tax ColleU.> The Jetter! s incorporated i oi Laze Geneva; ana also Mr.
J A. Click and two daughters -
in the..Bunufes.oif'Ke'mefting f : and was made and.. ,impoundthem.Owpers would and Mrs. David'' DeI khaus and of, Miami.
available. ufQ have to Aboard ,for ot1e.r! releaseof daughter of Punta Gorda. Mrs.
visited her
Dottie Anderson
: ., their animals: 15 cents .a...day, Denkhaus had been visiting rela- Mrs. This Space For Specials
It should 1 itflas at Jacksonville -
Perhaps as I sister Mrs. Sue Cooper
for., : hogs and., goats, and. 30, cents tives here for three weeks, and
been.Jln) the 4 pagt, that rumor far more .. last Thursday.
JIS for horses, mules and, cows. her husband I came. up last week
H 1 1 Mr. and Mrs,..Jlomie Johns of
4e dly tha fa'cj Inmost 'case's. The Telegraph see to accompany her home.

has never' b'een a .sensailjpn4e; 'king"muck-raking H ThRast "Capt. S. C.:Barker of Windsor Personate Jacksonville were dinner guestsof

p ubUcatipitj t Wf,taVe ncparticular|, pleasure in.fprcinjrsbaisfclyiest \ visited.Starke! Tuesda He.will"be. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper of Mrs. Frohie Moody, last Satur

intqjme .tings and !;ltnahomtwbere remembered as the man who Starke entertained at their home i day.Mrs.. Nan Merritt spent the SHEET ROCK

it is ,all too obvious bat officials had built the.. canal' "' from Waldo to Sunday with a 'tirthday" dmner: weekend with the Harold Shivers

ralhervtote lomewHer "else. On the other haul, '. Santa.. Fe Ju...lake.I'" al 1(',! for occasion1 Marvin Faile.' Present' .for the Keystone...Lake. .... '._ ,

tK TrealfnosJ 'S.-OOp's&bScribers: and 's me'lO- [r Edited 'By Alice McGarvey] Also from the Lawtey colump: and daughters'we're ,Mr.Mr.and'and MrL Faile Mrs. Mr., and Mr:?., Ralph Merritt, .

pbjDlbr{) irfoH readers } t us to keep them Miss Ida Merritt and ,Mrs. Edna
wng'jxye "Mr. S. .Ott, the road supervisorof
mrormed: 'as. to w. :}t IS ..cMg; ; on in Starke and Just as a cliange of pace, let's this district with 22 men dida Nora Raleigh Layfield Brannen and and Mr. son and Mrs.Mrs. Lavender' attended the. all night :4' 8'x 3-8" "
1 t take' lock at what your parents, stern Singing Conventtion
'hat SOQtl x
Bradfora 'Couiif This we :::{\\W 1.S tred todo very creditable job on the Cooper and children.Mr. } r
grandparents, or maybe Saturday.
even Ga.
at Waycross, 55
to.fhf st Kingsley Lake road.
and ,wjfljontjnutQ d9 : _.o rabIlIty great-grandparents might have and Mrs. L. G. Johns are Mrs. E..A. Sapp visited her sister -

: That .is why.we feel th'at, tJjis: yiejvv of been reading in the Telegraph of < the parents of a daughter, born Mrs. W. H. Richardson of
Now, for the more "modern'times : : SEE us FOR
the fcircumstances/surroundlngltne jseptemljer; 2< 71. years ago. Friday, 's pt. 5, at St. Vincent's Jacksonville. Saturday. .

Commission 'meeting sho lTd be. ''made. An issue of The Telegraph of of 25 years ago: Hospital i In Ji cb riville. Miss Ella Turner of Jacksonville COMPLETEBUILDING PER '
First PTA of the
Sept. 1887 meeting, .year Mr. and. A. G. Pope f Eau visited her sister, Mrs. Betty ,
We areifi; jriacf at nvtipciy. 'Wp o feel l h howl announced that it, was held Wednesday [Sept. 1933], M. .
1 t* > VV"V Would visited here with their the Albert Moodys
that soon be printthk the entire Gallic Reddish and
ever, we were excluded frqrri a 'thtiigat l in the school auditorium Presi- SHEET
paper'at home in its son-iI -liwand daughtEr, Mr. and Sunday. "
which: a matter was; discussed i that sho'uld t :ti Tghji- own shop. dent Mrs. L. F. Smith opened themeetinwith."America"
; Regular subscriptions if"paid in Mrs. Edward Saxon, and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Troy Dukes and
fully have been'dlscussed in the Beauti1ui" SERVICES
open sessjon.v advance, were $1.50 a year, $2' if : from Saturday to Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. W, S. Rhoden and

,Vith that statement, :for the record,. we're not in itha ri C In an endeavor sung by the group. Prayer day this, 'week... sister, Mrs. Mable Long of Jacksonville -
followed the and TommyRitch
willing to rest wir cale. and lethe people be the to gain 500' new subscribers a song solo entitled ,Mr. and Mrs..,J. W. Home drove attended hurch near Lacrosse *
n played a piano j 0
judge. ? special fate of $1 was,offered for "Tomgranate." {q'Galnfssville f Sunday to,visit,with i Sunday. Paints Roofing

4 limited lime: If you didn't have Mrs'. May.Sweeney and daughters. Mrs. Percy Kelly of Miami and .

cash, produce'' would be considered. Mrs. A/ M.- Darby read a paperon Mr. andMrs. E. L. Bift and.son 0 Lumber Materials
Are YoufACarjer: f1? the subject "What are We:Going ( .
were.supper guests Saturday withM .
to Do About Our Sehools?". -
and Mrs. Frank Williams and Masonry ,

We.are. ,living in.an; gt'.1' wKen .many diseases Starke ,was about ,to get a. national Plans were' made for giving, school family.at their, cottage, on Lake Products o Water Pumps
>:i being, xitierej or st put in :a category bank with ."assets of.$50.000.! lunch to .. d 'pupils.. Santa ;j't FOR

thaT makes them! avofdable.'or'cbfitfolable.. : ] under ti irm'naine' xof Truby, ..The .president! appointed, the Mr. and Jilrs. Lester Slade drove 0 Hardware *

One o( the biggest stumbiin} f bldfcks> 'fo the Stemburg. & Co, Ready money' foUowrng,chainnen of.committees;! : to Columbus, Ga. for, the weekendto Lawn Mowers

was scarce and even at 15 percent Membership Mrs. D. A. Monteith; ViZItth, ir sOO, C W. who is ,
near eradicatidn ot some disea : : lejjyho': ,,
eskare pe P interest, it was hard to ob- Publicity i Miss Olive Ray; Health, stationed .at Ft. BenningJ with HOME ...
do riot 'fake
of the 'topjs.pf .
Advantage' {> ,pr went -, Mrs. J, t. Alvarez:,, Hospitality. (

fiv medicin Immunization has all .but con- tain.Men behind the Mrs. O,.,L;,.Haynes; Nutrition. the arrowHampion
project E. WMU
qu fe'd/many.'diseases: ;: for"instance, smallpox Strong..S. J. Sternburg.J. M.were Tru; 1.1rE. Wf Hayes;..Grounds,, Mrs. Baptist. :,, 18at will '

and 3ijhtjieria; but Only because immunizationsfo by..Richard: & Pace J. G. Alvarez, A. J. Thomas. ; Program Mrs.. A.\ meet next Thursday Sept. : NO MONEY DOWN

: them .are ,c iri ..:put!. as'ph *of',.the''scfioo:. W. fc. Davis, J. L. GaskInS.,W. H. M. Darby." see '7:39:: p, m..at: the The home .of Mrs.will NEEDS 1
Charles Hicks. program
Rivers, G. W.
program. Livingston N. J. ;
often'1 Ear Jones,. j. M. Johns and others. In the Starke City Election, be ,on hapters four and five of 0
Patents takpreeautiQJls their children -
; 297 ea4vot s out of,361 qualifledvoters. Repair '
.5. study book there ,
mission and .
the $ ,
but #%&ff\\hernielres. There dangerjn Those elected were: Carl .
: first teachers' institute was will] be. election ofofficers fr,the AND
thl! itltdtbnlt, o ourselves but to your held In the Johns. re-elected city clerk; Dr.. .
1. county during '
children, Because you 'l can' 'be* a" source of. infec-, September, of .1887 with lecturesby W,. Middlemen, mayor; .w.. jJ.. 1958-59 [year Add Rooms --- Carport ---
iJ re. I % Edwards and W. L. Wall, aldermen ,
tion 'oui'ch1td; i Professor Erwinr Prof. Felkel. .

l Berculoai3vrs) brie.,of the ai is ises in wlii' hrreat Principal of State Normal Mrs. ; A, L. Alvarez see, marshall. In For The Br-County dfsrd Judge'CoaMty('.uri Florida-. !. Aad- REPAIRS Bath Room

strides.Jaye been,jnade"but.4much jmpre Ingram, and Rev. D. L. Branning. Miss Vesta McRae celebrated In Re: Estate of Joe Rouse, de

could be ,accomplished :and n4eds to be EIii.plislied. Prof. Erwin's subject was "How a ceased.
Teacher her birthday anniversary with a :!NOTICE TO ,CREDITORSAll (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX-
May.Get with
if 'all''adults would have a chest Along HisPatrons" her creditors of the estate of Joe
x-ray. party at her home'where TURES)
[presumably parents.] Rouse, deceased, are hereby..notified *
Many older:'pebpll "are earners'withpii! liethk.ftiEiilirl S. S school mates enjoyed games and and required to file any claims or

ill. ..They' infect children who T1l n. tY; demands which they may have against Time To Re-roof
may .p
Starke \
1' .. p saW }!estate' hi JJm.off icq.f'f; .(he eouaty ,
in, later years: y.'illnpt now the source of their seat battWhenth witI Lak.e" Bt1er. Misses.Gladys, and LuciIe.hoxnas., Judge, Bradford.! .CQLLu1. Florida, J. "

inf&tiori.\ .. <\ ,. ..rtY: e 1 Ee1yn Cosfy: t. 11k, and. |Agnes in the..eight pourthau.He.at'Surfeer.Flotda.within .calendar moatllL.from} I LOANS'UB TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SPECIAL

ii .;K tJ'Dojiald .
22: miles dft. the daie.pf.theiret. publication f
If eVery.>tadult ,over 18 would have. an .x-ray of euse. KBRolej J'qr.estY1r.C, thla..no1lc,.. Each,. lalm or demand .
when it is ivinable it would !go a Ipng way tow the ba ,... ;., R, Ins e..1; .I..k.state -
Crosby,. William ,Crosby,, CanJa4eril4et!
been in th e.pmJng but: 1os oiiL, the. plae? or/residence! and postofficeaddre8gLofth -
rdthe- e&dll i Mod of tub rciilos. 'Cure oftuberculosis Tho OT, ? : : .flaUnan .ancl ,nut be. 1 TO I
The Law oij4 f1I\ ; ;
cdpamnof d ;! sworn.to,..>y..Jhe,. launAnt., Wt, agent
i l i is much nThomas,
now .i simpler and .quicker visitors'success era'th ttF arixi.Jamormaiz.,. .Calt or ] 14-attornejr; : It wU1pecom"yold;, FREE ESTIMATESCALL

than a few, years ago when a patient might have byhot1'.. % fkt K# ,"vTiiomas,!, M..*Jv thoinas.u .aC or4izg,to, Jaw. .
to lie in b .lormonths.) Lawtey. 'c f '. iThbma?,I Oreid :rThomas, AugLet,26.19S' $1InUIStratrIZ; 'JA.- r..
maybe years. The cure 1 'W., : .LtIla .F04H ttOot ..: $ .
''' -:' and! Mr W A..lHaisloplMr1 of thelEs ata,of.Joe'Rquse. deceased, $60n} OR WRITE
isalsosure, ?Jut)botK,these conditions-depend on don feannriitt jist' rs, < ootipg.. .,:. Mi:' ,, :, .First I publication, Auplst 8.. .
Crosby a1l4M11.
( off f our town.i i .Th a44W-T.; 195S -
earjy.djagndsis.: Again! ,the x-ray is all i important. ; .
U r. 8t8'
[ 4t,8ll8I. DAY OR
it F1vf.W1Zite NIGHT
When an x-ray service is bffer d free and cal residen&Vdo.themselvfe ", ". z">'-gii.. I -- -- ;

practically} a H rourVdoprrStep l i if is hard to understand ,, .. 0s_ j j curth ., Lfo.t IrdrdCouDty.FIIrIda.I j. II!''.. Ciari.In,,&i. ,d,for' 45 OR
< 333
why anyone would heglecf. to take advantage Macclenny [then, spelled Mac-:, EV $S.APi I4TIo. In. ReEsta.Le of Philip, Martinean !

of the opportunity protect himself and his. Clenny], ilso:had j'us b ci bm {bJ., theTOterS8fld friends of deceased.NQTTCB, OP.FL1NGPETITJOj "Folks Find Us Friendly"] -

family. T&ii! J1p? noHunjty: available in Brad county seat of Baker,:County,. A ,, Bradford.Tq .Cbunty my I, FUR'.,'.F1N.U. DISCHARGE
(' .
ford Covntyf st-arUmt Sept 4lj; through Sept. 20. tfitnis : ia4en j J&uilt bS-" the( ,depth: of_ ,my._ ."eart. I &U,,svb0n3 EXECUTRIXTo Jt May,,Concern;,. LOCAL FINANCE
Don't: fail t to takVadvahtag'e: of il. the.on1 BnMcClfinny.;.I 'h'a er From- -- "" -' Ko< ". .
: thank. ,
; \\84 ,to.. eagn ,cfyou.w&oso( filed my.fln1 ret irna, as executrix STAKE BUILDERS
", .. 'h "' :_" .,at,,a'os' tol,him 'of\ (J ef ,fa' estate 'if..,Fhllfn..)lartfl e.au.. COMPANY'
.. between i2jDOJ( ,, nd $3.000. JuiJge (: so,.gracioc pprted me. the deceased;..that t bare tned.tny peti-

THE: P" \Cir dRb tOUNTv.TFJ' Baker was the flist'to**it--1--.Jn .the, e1ct.. ."'" .of...,.Tuesday. Sept 9. AsCommissioiier .. tion Yoil1.f.pp1r.tO;for:.{.final: the 41j'harce..and, i1oarob1e ..TberonA.tawnCounty that .1

,< 't8T. EGRAPH new cuUi&was we, & ,..C DisL Judge ()f ..Bradford 114 N. Walnut.St. I
*W9.' Jncrasing.fai.i 1 iiUi County. Florida ,'on, (5eptembetc.J3: INC.
; ptaU n .lcO tT t iirge SUPPLIES
t a .
Ci .11. UUjat.l0.tO.pl.for.PIltt11: ) pf :
7 1 FtORIOA'S: OLDtST: WEEKLY XEW6- 60 new' oiWihIXL famUils'movini: As I have always promised, to the.gaaifi 1and. for final discharge as ((3 Doors from Post Office)
.: I' t OCAtri; ,9}f the estate of, !"Philip, Mar-
... .; I.tEk.. ,'rBU"UED,. .. ro. rtYOC8l.Y See f>.'1R i! -nlte flone ifi thlfair; 'I I Ua ."itece4, < ed." -- Mrs. Marguerite Hall, 'Mgr.
'\ Dared this August 27, 1958 at -
., fr'r': p"a...THE lIE Ji .tIJTBtAb. Starke passed an ordinance will cdhtinne to serVe you in this I,Stark. Bradford County, Florida. Phones WO 4-0101
.,I Ii3i'1 1RE ,-"',lit, '".a'1ofH t.ttr fr. ." .,. IH4I.. C1au attc> litbk6n, 'the stiet.Th prqhlblting office to. the best of my abiiiyTlign I S1lar! ret ,Martin eau. : fAT S.A.L; DEPOT STARKE, FLA.I : (
at he I'ovt om. al M rb'.' FU.. .Id.r Act .f...... .. >fargaret ilartjneau Executrix of ; and WO 4-0111 I. .
_... ,' .. .. .. 4.., I,' ." .,1ST".*8?. ; town marshal was, ordered, b, the ;estate of Philip Martlneau, deceased. ._ _.#e. _.-. _'...__ i-- .' .. .....
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.. ,:. _d' ". '. ... .. to CaPt'aD r roaininglthe streeb' -.:0' Jessie. /.R. Chastain, "' : V-f sis it 9118>: I : 7

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.AAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAkT have moved to Lawtey to, make Duval County, ,visited Tuesday a stork shower Jfiy ,Mw.'Cart: Taylor part in the, business matters of -
sole connection is the fact that
their'home ) with Mrs.C.: B. Nolan Mrs..John I and Mrs.' James 'Vyilkerson at the church.Assoclational. I

T MAXVILLE The Batdwin PTA will meet on North and Mrs. Mary Wellhausen. the home of Mrs. Andrew, Wilker- activities for the ciy grandchildren are in school in
Indiana. and
So life changes
: each 4th Thursday night at 8 o'- Mrs. Cochran .will work with the son on' 'Friday'venmg, Other 'remainder-of. September are Sept. ones,
each stage of life -is good if
clock so keep it in mind and at- Maxville Home Demonstration guests were"Mrs. Virgil Griffis, 14, Associational ones
By Mrs., C. B. Nolan Hymn ,Sing at feel is
: we can but it so. My heart
; tend the first meeting this term Club this year. She brought out Mrs. Daisy Batten, .Miss Buna 2:30: : Sept. ,16, WMU planning
full of memories, and I again
iAAAAAAAAAAj &i&&&& & which will be held on Sept. 25. seme planning materials for Wilkerson and 'Mrs. Carrie Tay-.. meeting at 9:30: a. m. at Emanuel am
a girl, as I watch these youngsters
The portable addition to the It will soon be time again for everyone that is interested in lor of Jacksonville, .. Church; Sept.. 21, through 28. go by. I have a good imagination.
Rev. Earl Moses of Jacksonville] '
Maxvllle school arrived Just in the Maxville Baptist Church sewing which we hope to show preparation week at all churches;
at.'the a rrr ensOHCA Shakespeare said in his play.
win preach' First"Baptist
time for the children to start off Homecoming which will be the everyone at our regular meeting Sept., 25, Sunday School meeting "As You Like lit,"-All the world's

to school last week. It is' a building second summer in October, so next Tuesday, Sept. 16 at 10 a. m. Church on ,Sunday:, 7:30 p: m.: at'Macedonia. NEAR=s a stage and all the men and

everyone be planning it. at the Maxville Civic Club. Mr. and Mrs. Mann _Griffis Services
with two nice sized rooms. on at North Side 'for the
visited their son, Marion, in Daytona Wherein summer draws swiftly portent to be nice. Right? women are merely players.We .
Bill Roberson returnedlast
Mary Kilgore and Wil- coming week are.Sunday ,
Th original school building will Shirley have our exits and our entrances -
hospital this weekend.Mr. to its close. I gather in the garden -I My sister who lives in Clear-
now be used to make an addition kinson spent last weekend with weekend f from Brunswick. Ga. 10 a. m., Morning Worship '11 a. ,
and Mrs. Darell : vegetables for winter the water, Florida has been up in In-
Bass and
to'the cafeteria and a-library andteacher's Eleanor Johnson in Jacksonville. where he has been employed m. Evening Worship 8 p. m., ; Each man in his time plays
wind blows I help those diana
bury visiting other sister.
family and Mr. and Mrs. ,Fred my
lounge. By next termwe' ..Dot and Dolph Grififs of Law- making a new route for the Gate Wednesday Evening Prayer meeting -
many parts.
City Mattress Co. He and his fam- Ferrell and son of Jacksonvillewere in. passing away. They called me on the telephoneto
visitors and business
are expecting'to have the tey were 'recent at the meeting, p. The acts being seven
These are the scents I have talk. ages.
Cecil Field School children enrolled home of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson ily are living in Jacksonville now. Saturday evening guests'of Friday Brotherhood. 8 p. m. Ger- Then he proceeds to name the
Rev. and known to-day HINTS
Mrs H. J. Williams and HELPFUL : try using
and Mr. and Mrs.; Jack Waters and ald SUggs''pastor..- "The Church
: perhaps a brand new stages. He about told the
family. RevI:'Williams and family Dew on the grass at the dawn'sfirst bite size marshmallows for can- just
building. At least that is our hope Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkinsonand family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ro- have moved from Jacksonvilleand with the Friendly; Welcome. waking; dle holders on the birthday cake. truth, from cradle to the grave.

now v family of Jacksonville spenta berson and daughter were Sunday are living in the former A. .Y..t ...........TYY White sheets drying in the sun When mailing gifts to boys in Don took me to ride Sunday
few days last week with Mr. dinner guests of Mrs. Dorothy -
'Teen-town will continue afternoon. We drove down country
oper- M. 'Blanchard house. Rev. Williams and air.Three. service overseas, pack cakes or
ating each Friday night at the Wilkinson's parents Mr. and Mrs. Waters and family.Congratulations roads, winding the hills.
is pastor. of the Church or round loaves in the oven cookies in-tin coffee cans. Pack ; among
.M4xvffle Civic Club with Mrs.Leslie Drew Wilkinson. to Claude North God. BROOKER baking around them corn popped. This is The corn is excellent large ears

Sweat and Mrs. C. B. Nolan Mrs. Mary Wellhausen has been for receiving a Scholarship to. the Miss Libby ,Smithspent the light and makes good packing. ripening and hanging down. It is
And is
sunset breeze that
as sponsors. Everyone' is 'invited visiting with ,her son-in-law and Jacksonville University. He will weekend with friends in Starke. By Barbara Sue'Dam a Send them airmail too. so tall. Lots of hay and the coun-

to attend..It starts each Fri- daughter Mr. and Mrs. Oscar enter the University next Monday Mr. and: Mrs. Levy ,Griffis and blowing over try is green and lovely. I saw
'WY ? .?. Here is a new recipe:
, day at eight p. m. We would appreciate Harris and family and her son and will study General Business. sons had as Sunday guests, Mr. fYf 5- v A flowering wilderness of clover. CORN STUFFED TOMA- goldenrod in bloom.

the help of any other interested and 'daughter-in-law Mr, and Mr. and. Mrs. A. L. Rehberg of and Mrs. Clyde Griffith and Mrs. Mrs. Mary Schubmerich of Mo- -clara Aiken Speer. TOES-select nice tomatofor The goldenrod is yellow
a ripe
parents. Mrs. Ernest Wellhausen. Gainesville spent Monday with Missy Griffis. of? },{acclenny.Mr. ami Shores has been Visiting her The days are getting so much The corn is turning brown,
each to be served.
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Slade and Mr. and Mrs. John North and their"daughter. Mrs. Dorothy and Mrs. Dan Harley and daughter. Mrs: Emanuel Klein- shorter and one can feel the Au- person The trees in apple orchard
Wash, slice off the top and care-
family of .Hampton have moved daughters. Jewel and Helen, visit- Waters and family;: family vislte3 i1 a friend,,Jigg Han- manfor,,thej-"'past 'three ,weeks. tumn in.the air. Leaves drift lazi- fully out inside. Put pulpin With fruit! are bending down.

bock to.Maxville and enrolled ed in Jacksonville for the past- The Intermediate"girl's class of niger who Is a patient in Veterans Mr., and;Mrs; Kleinman 'and.Mrs. ly down. The wind takes on more scoop That is a brief picture of this
a bowl with whole kernal corn,
their son, Cliff, in the Maxville two Saturdays.: the Maxville Baptist Church helda hospital In Lake City, on Sun- Schubmerich were sight'seeing In.. power and gathers the dust m' great Midwest and West in a nut-
drained; add a little salta
school We are glad to have them Mrs. Nora Pablo and children business meeting at the homeof day afternoon. St.'Augustine_on'Labor Day. I whirls and brings down leaves shell. The crops are good and the
little sugar to taste and a
back with us. have returned from a month'svacation their teacher Mrs. Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wells of John Endicott and Mr. and Mrs. and dry branches. Last night the cattle are fat.
dash of Fill each tomato
Misses Norma Rae and Mertie spent with relatives in Waters Tuesday night. Mobile, Ala.,'were,weekend guests Allen Lewis and friend were visiting wind blew so hard that I had to with this pepper.mixture and place in a God bless you all.

Leah Crews of Sanderson ,spentlast Rhode- Island. ,Last Tuesday.. Sep .2,; .Mrs. cf Mrs. Mae Wells, Mrs.. Martha 'in Collins and Lyons, Ga. over clean the limbs and twigs from LOVE, MOTHER LURA.
greased muffin tin. Put dot of
Saturday visiting Mr andMrs. Henry Carter has returned froma Dorothy Waters_ entertained witha Bales_ and. daughters.! :_ the Labor Day weekend. the lawn' this morning. To the a
I 0I butter on top of the corn. Bake
Frank Wellhausen and fam trip to Parkersburg, W.: Va. His I 'party honoring her son Roger 'Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulersonand Mrs. Fred McDavid, Carolyn above scents I might add that of 2C min. in 375 oven. Good with BEN HOLTZENPORFTHANKS

ily. daughter. Mrs Bob McClung, and I on 'his 10th. birthday. Enjoying daughters 'were, Sunday ,dinner McDavid, and 'Barbar Sue Davis the 'smoke of burning leaves and fried chicken. VOTERSI

The Maxville Civic Club met last her daughter' Gail returned with this occasion with Roger were guests of:Mr. and Mrs: Russell were. shopping 'in Gainesville weeds. I baked bread this morn-
School started here Monday
Friday: night for the first time in him for a visit. Karen and Sharon Griffis Helen. Tyson in Jacksonville. Thursday. ing and got dinner. Don had an take this means of expressing
afternoon the football
We are glad to learn that MrS Bruce and Nathan Cannon, Earl ambulance call and took the old and every mj sincere thanks to the registered -
several months. it seems that Mr. and Mrs., .Marvin Warren :Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDavid lives
if their depended
boys practice as Starke for the fine
Randolph Crosby is getting along Cannon, Linda Waters and Marcia and Saturday man into Sioux City to the hos voters of
community, interest has been fading daughter- came. s to and son of Pompano were week- the The girls to in
recent on game. vote given me Tuesday'sCity
"following oper-
nicely a Roberson. Refreshments' of their father, J. E. ,Warren pital. I had a little rest. When
another carry end
but we are making visitors of the A. E. McDavid flutter by, their skirts billowing Election. I have enjoyed
stab at improving our community ation in St Vincent's Hospital birthday cake and Ice cream were to see a, doctor,in _Starke. TJjey family this is finished I shall mail it
about them. Their bright hair serving you as your Chief of Po-
Jacksonville.Miss served.YYYYYYYYTY..Y..YTY". remained over night with their and dust up the Mortuary. We
The meeting night was Mrs. G. W. Davis and Dickie
Shirley Lucas of Jackson- had blowing in the breeze. It makesme lice, and appreciate the coopera-
funeral .
changed from the first Friday parents.Mr. Davis' were 'In, Lake Butler and a Saturday afternoon.A and will that has alwaysbeen
Ann Parrish'last I I realize that I am in no way tion good
Jo '
Monday night ville visited and Mrs. 'L. S. Tanner had I'I Starke dear old man in his late seven-
the first business
bight} to I weekend. | on Saturday.Mr. connected at this time with shown to me.Sincerely .
next meeting will be held as" weekend guests'Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs- ties who had been bedfast for
and the Mack Howard of ,
i Nolan and' school. I do not teach or go to
C. B.
Cn':. Monday Oct. 6, at 8 o'clock. I Mr. and and Bobby spent last LAWTEY Bill Zack of Jacksonville.Mr. Starke visited the G. W. Davis here several years. The service was school of'send any children. My B. C. (Ben) Holtzendorf.ALVAREZ' .
Billy in the
)With! enough effort put forth, sons in and Mrs. Tom Norman of family Sunday afternoon. chapel and I playedthe

erg believe that we can now get Monday night and Tuesday By Hn. Joyce T. FntefeAAAAA4 Macclenny visited the Leonard Carolyn and'S.ue' Mcpavid and organ. They tell me it sounds
Hastings with:Mf and Mrs. G, M. lovely. I am glad, and love to play:
our,playground completed so for Prevatts on Sunday. Barbara Davis visited Stanley ,
Beach and Mr; and Mrs. L. A. It has been ilili I STORE ewminedleel flj
the next few weeks, won't'' every- 44 iAAAAfAAAAAAAAMrs. Mr. and Mrs Bill Pendarvis and Green Sunday' afternoon. Stanleyhas said. washes II

ene plan to get out and help us Ward, A. H..Harley Sr., accompanied family were Sunday dinner guests returned home after being a : away from the soul the dust of
Mr.'and Mrs. .D. J. Parrish and her Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Austin I every-day life." I believe it.
flo. something about it. You know. Jacksonville by daughters : patient in the Gainesville Hospitalfor !

"Where there's a will there's a children visited in Mattie Miley and Mrs. Nelson and family Highland.. several days. He will be .confined This afternoon it is so .quiet ..

way." Saturday.,, entertainedat Blocker and sons, of Jacksonville Miss Rose Mary Manning visit- to his home for several days here at this moment and' I, havea PROTECT DRIVER'S licenseBUY

iThere will be a reception forthe Mrs. .J. D. Padgett returned recently from a visit with ed Miss Jean 'Green in Starke this and he welcome-visitors. great feeling of peace in my your

teachers at Baldwin school her home Sunday with a birtpday Rev. and Mrs. W. L.,.Baggett and weekend. We are sorry to report'Ramona soul. Peace is, when time doesn't

this, Friday night at 7:30: p. m. dinner honoring her husband. daughters in Galena Park, Texas. Miss Enza Blanchard, Miss Harrell is ill at home,and we hope matter that it passes by. Just at '

and all of the Maxville parents' Enjoying this occasion with Mr. Mrs. Baggett..is the former Miss Elizabeth-Terry, Mrs Buster Bennett she will be better soon.' this moment that is how I feel. .

are'' invite to attend. I and Mrs. Padgett'and"' Harris son were and Abbie Harley. M't!. Daisy Batten and Mrs. We are sorry to" see 'the Fair- This life is really exciting. One

,* is ready to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mr. and Mrs Troy Bennett had Joyce Futch attended the Don never knows from '
r The football season Hig- child famUy'move away to Pompano one moment to LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCE
arid Ben Brandeis
Mr. Mrs. iI.t'Woodlawn
open now. I believe that Richard I children. and as guests during the weekend Mr. Revival and ,hope*they' will "return I the next, what will happen. I

$ell Is the only Maxville boy on ginbotham and family.Harold Mr. and and Mrs.,Bobby Bennett and sons Baptist i'Church in Jacksonville 1Mr. \ onMonday'night for 'visits .frequently. always keep my work done up, .

toe team this year. They will Mrs. John D. Padgett, of Daytona, Mr& and Mrs. Shad Mr. and 'Mrs.:N., J.- Davis attended dishes washed a cake made, and
Martha"Hiirrts and Ricky Byford. and'Mr.and and Mrs: Henry Ramp and No Fees
of Lake Butler, Membership 6 Mo. Policies
open the season with Terry Parker chil- Thompson New Hope Church Sunday. things so I can get a meal quick- -
VBaldwinon: Friday. Sept. 19. Mrs,:Lyle Schmehls and of Mr. Mrs. Marvin Thompson ot family of were Sunday Mr: and Mig;. N;;-J.,Davis visit- ly. I have butterbeans to shell

'Jimmie Higdon of Clay Hill and dren "'; ereweekend' guests Jacksonville.Mrs. guests of_ the Ressie, Andersons. the'W .AT Davis family of Waldo and turned the water on the .

formerly of Maxville is on theteam..also' and' Mrs: 'Buto Higginbotham.. Laura,Griff, Mrs.'Oscar St.:Clair Mosley ,and daughter Sunday afternoon., sweet potatoes. We have had one

,Little ,"Butchie:; Thomas was Griffis and ErnIe ,Griffis of Jack- Sandra, 'of Jacksonville" visited .' of,Waldo' theN. mess. They are '
J. C. Davis yislted so good
the Popeye Playhouse Monday Mr. and Mrs, Earl Mosley and and DOYLE : E. CONNER AGENCY
on sonville visited Mrs. Seme Frevatton should
*, The. Maxville HomeDemonstra television WFGA. family on Sunday., J. Davis family Monday morn- grow for another month. ,

'tion' Club..will--hold their first re- afternoon over I 'Friday. I : 'Hart" ing. ..1' Here is a thought: is
Well- Mr. and Mrs Homer of JJ nice
gu! falilmeeting: : on'' .,Thursday, .,We are able'to glad to.return see Henry"to school I ,Rev.. and Mrs.. Calvin Johns of Jacksonville. were Sunday dinner i Mr. 'and'Mrs.. Barton Wise andC to ,be. inpoitantbut more imI 1.tn W. Call Street Phone 285
hausen Starke and Rev. and Mrs.'' JCarl .
Sept':,18, at 10 a. m.:at the\Max- several' days Illness guests of Mr., -and Mrs. Quincy D. Dowling of'Jacksonville and .
Monday after a of Jacksonville I
mle': Civic. Club., The demonstration Moses attended I Rosier. ,,' the P. D. Davis family spent Labor -- -- -- .
services at the First Baptist : :
_will ,.be on ,"FJoorCoverings: Leroy Griffis will be Mr. and Mrs. Paul Underfill of Day .in the Scrub,'-with' Mr. and r' po" _
Friends Church on Sunday. Rev Johns
For The Home" and everyone Is that.he is able to Cf by Lake visited the Paul Ben- Mrs. N..1. Davis..
,, to know was the guest speaker.
invited to attend. Please bring a glad after be- netts on Sunday. Mr and .Mrs.. Charles Perry of 0
about again
Birth Announcement
.sandwich for lunch. be up and and Mrs. Nellie Parrish of"Maxville Gainesville spent Sunday with Mr.
suddenly ill Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Everett BurneyJr.
J.:-C. Nolan and was the Sunday of Mr,and
:Mr. and Mrs. hospital. guest family.
had to be rushed. to the ., of Jacksonville are the'proUd I '
ihfldren n" moved last week to oneot.tb Mr: and 'Mrs. P. W. Floyd of parents ot"a daughter, Judith Ann Mrs.'O. J. 'Anders and Billy. $ irs
new.NormandY subdivisions,3acksonville. : J. Mrs'NellieMcKinney of Jacksonville John Lewis spent Labor Day .
Whitehouse Mr. and Mrs. T. born August 29, at Naval Hospital UNLAWFUL '
in'! We, are, sorry to Peterson of Baldwin, and Mr. and : Mr.Burney is the grandson and Mrs. Cecjl" 'Whitehead with 'Li1id ,Sue Young of Lake

'see ,them, leave our community, Wilkinson'enjoyed ca of Mrs. Georgia' Ann Sapp' The and daughter of Kingsley Butler.
them the'best in their Mrs, Lake were guests ot the,D.. 'B. Mrs. Evelyn Stanley and Mrs.
bat'wish to New Kingsley Beach Sat- little lady was named for her _
new home' Mrs. Nolan and children trip great grandmother. Thomas family) Sunday. : Doric'Wallace of Gainesville visit- .

relatives in ,Maxville urday night. -. Rev..and Mrs.. J. E. Norman and J. H. Sowell and
visited, -- spent lastweekend Mr. and Mrs. Buster Bennett, ed Mr. and Mrs.
8ihrday.Mr Doss ,Jacksonville with Ma Mrs. Hattie Darley and Miss Sina son Horace Redding of Jackson- took Mrs. Sowell's mother. Mrs. For Person
in ville visited ; Any Persons in
Junior Mosley the.jouin Reddings on or Engage
back with them.
\ and Mrs. and Mrs. George Johnson and Prescott had as guests this week McDavid. .
and family have. moved back to Bob Robinson Mrs. Alice Austin and sons, and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.Coleman of,Gainesville -
Mr., and Mrs. Lamar Priest is MamaPriest's
.attending .
from Jacksonville' and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennettand visited Mr.,and Mrs. J. H. .
Maxville Mosley '
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Kindergarten in 'St rke ..
entered their, daughter in this family enjoyed a delicious family of Daytona and Ralph Sowell Sunday! Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
with Mr. and and likes It'fine. His parents hades Demonstration Club .
school. They are staying barbecue dinner with Mr. and Darley of Jacksonville. Sunday guests'Mr. and Mrs.rnest'Williams'and The Home ,
Mosley's father John Mosley' and family Sun- Friends of Rev. Don Brandeis resumed its ,meetings''Wednesday
Mrs: Joe Lucas son and Joe
having a new1i6me will 'be interested to know that he .
are night.
while enjoyedthe
day. Sunday night they :Allinder of Lake City. :-
built here. wenttatk. singing of the Masters family is in a revival at Woodlawn Bap PTA of Bradford High will,havea Mr. and MrS .'H. E. Stokes attended The Name Is Registered '
Church :
''Billy' and Bobby Nolan BrancTT Baptist tist in Jacksonville this Etlnatah Church near Pa- "
at the Long "Back to School" meeting Sept.

to the Top Ten Dance Party Church. week. 16, in the school library- at 7:30.: latka Saturday.Saturday, ,night ., \ -. .
... ..
Aug. i Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Markhamand .
Saturday ;
had Mr. and .
Jacksonville on supper'with .
: and Mrs. they
trio Mrs. Richard Covey This will be air opportunity for "Y.. _...
30;rand carried Shirley Wilkinson I Everett. Erb of Jacksonville visited family of Gainesville spent the parents to go through classes Mrs. John Harris of Hampton. .. _.'"rrJ',' .
them. I Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. '''-' ,
with ;
arid Harriet Stanley Mrs. attend Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas
Monday with- Mr. and_ that their children and ;" ,
and ,Shirley won the game i Starling.'Mr. and family spent last week at :
should be to
Billy I Frank Brown and family.' interesting all parents -
TJrite) for Shirley feeding Billy The home-of- Mr. and Mrs F. B. and Mrs ,!:. E. Burney and of high school students. Tampa visiting friends and rela i"/: .E: -
the Mr. and Mrs. Bill, Bumey and I .
:the bowl of potato ,chips_ Coleman was the scene of a nice two Jacksonville visited tives.Mr. Read This Florida Law
Quickest.: Mr.,and Mrs. C. B. Nolan 'and party hon- ,YYVYTYVVvvvyyymVyyyyyNORTH ., and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas -
birthday supper Mrs. Ann on ,
Georgia aapp
went a-
and Ginger Cannon brother. arid children spent last week-

)ong< as spectators. Sandra Holli- Doss oring Higginbotham.Mrs. Coleman's and two Sunday Miss Jackie afternoon.Harley of Jackson- 'SIDE end with his sister and her .husband "It shall be unlawful for any person or persona, u defined kcrefe, tiengage

mann Mrs. Nolan's niece from Pa-' grandchildren. Randy Eichelsorand ville came down this weekend to Mr. and Mrs.. D.' M. Star- in business as herein defined, under ft fictitious name as herein defined

latka. wen several nice prizes for Enjoyingthis ,By Mrs., Carl Brown' g/andvisitin&,4 ,t.,fJld, Mrs. without and unless
in the Jeanie Coleman. be with her father H., C. Harley, i said fictitious nan.e shall be registered with the

having her contest.pict re'picked Last Saturday occasion were Mr. and Mrs. while her mother is a patient in -& & & &&&&a&&a&a&& a Ray Wilson and-babytif Jackson- clerk ft the circuit court of the county where the principal place of bush eM
and Don-
picture Coleman, Evelyn B. F. Bradford County Hospital.Mr. .
Mrs. C. B. Nolan. Jo Ann and nie Coleman Mr: and Mrs. Doss .' and Mrs. Fred, Moore's I am sure you received a bless- ville.Kay Emerson' of'Bland spent is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit

Patty ParriSh Patsy Smith attendedthe and Higginbotham and daughters guests during the week were Mr. ing' from attending church Sun- the weekend with Linda Sue signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of

Silly and Bobby Nolan and Shirley and June Mr. and, Mrs. end Mrs. George Boyer and daughter day with .regular services broughtby Thomas.Mr. 'an those interested in the business enterprise the extent of the interest
show again and, George Johnson and family Mr. of Plant City and Mr. and Mrs. Bro. Gerald Suggs. Our Sunday and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas

patsy participated it. This has and Mrs. Bob Robinson and Mrs. S JX Anders and.family of Wild- School attendance was 67 and a and family and Norma Jean Par- of each, and the fictitious name under which said business Is carried

been a lot of fun for ,these teen Paul Garrett and family 'ot Jack- wood. good number for preaching ser. rish, attended the Youth Meetingat t, on. Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring

Boy's Sun d aI sonville, Mrs. H. R. Kilgore and Friends of Mrs. Marion Reddish vices. Won't you Join Us. to worship 'Branford Friday night. to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
"The Intermediate family Mr. and Mrs. Buddy will be glad to know that her son- next' Sunday? Joan Thomas and Rebecca

School Class of Maxville Baptist Browning and Mr. and Mrs. Don in-law and daughter Mr, and Miss Dora I Clark Is-i',spending Thomas! of Jacksonville spent last their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

Church enjoyed a weiner roast Sat- Eichelsor of_Jacksonville. Mr.' and Mrs. Niet' Joyner and family of acme time with,,her niece Miss, week at home with their families. ((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper defined by law in the county

and swim at Black Creek 30.on The'tucher. Mrs. James Coleman and Mrs. Starke have purchased the house Eva' Clark offtake:City while she They attended New Hope Church where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not bi

today evening Aug. Bun Griffis and daughter. Karen formerly owned by Mr. and Mrs is M.. We hope that she-will havea Saturday and Sunday.

( Sidney Wellhausen. was and Barbara Giddens of Eagle H. B. Arwood and moved here last speedy recovery .and. be back TommY. Hines has returned accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of,
and Mr.-and Mrs. Frank Saturday. Their four children en- : such publication.
sponsor Lake. with us soon. < ,-,_* home after' serving in the Army.
RubY. Durrance I rolled in school on Monday. We "
WWlhausen. Mr. and Mrs: Dan Parrish and Mrs. J. B. White had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ryles of

and Mr. and,.Mrs,,C. B. Nolan I. Doss Higginbotham were visitors feel that this community is for- last .week, her nephew' and "his -Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs.

went,had along'a very as chaperones.nice time. Everyone in Mrs.Jacksonville Ruby Durrance Saturday.Mrs. Dora as tunate residents.Mr. to have. this fine family wife Kansas Mr. and City Mrs Mo.James Adkinsof I I'' Clark. and family Sunday.A given. in If you are engaged in business under anyname

Harris and ., and Mrs. L. R. Green and birthday party was
Dickey and I Verdine Byrd. E. C. Padgett and Mrs. .Happy birthday to Dianne Bennett honor of Juanita Stanaker and i
Misses Jeanett
children daughters
Mrs. O. J. Rafus and Hattie Nolan attended the,politi- on her Hth anniversary cele- !

Mrs.were.recent Sam, Harris visitors and of Mr.family and cal Saturday rally in Green night'Mr. Cove Springson Geneva guests and__Mrs.of Marie Mr. and Cuzzourtwere Mrs.CharleiGavin brated have this many past more.Monday. M" ayshe Linda ker home Sue Saturday Thomas. night at the September Stana-- other than yourown, and have not had this name

Harris and family in 6. Both girls .received'manj
In.Gainesville. Little Tony and Mrs. James Dunn and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas had ''from their friends.
Bowling Green. Ky., last week. lovely gifts
returned home with them for a daughter Willie Mae ,and Mrs. :Mrs. Jessie Wooten of Kingsley as Sunday dinner gunests, Mr Games 'and records were played properly'advertised and Willie
several days visit and then Lafay Carroll of Jacksonville were Lake attended services at the and Mrs. Billy Martin ,andbhildren : I and refreshments' were, served by registered, we

and his father. Andrew' Harris guests Sunday of Mr. .and Mrs. Methodist Church on Sunday..This Mr.' and, Mrs, Carl Brown Mrs. Stanaker. .

carried him back home.. Leslie Sweat and family and Mr. 6 the first time that she has been and children' 1u es Martin and "
,Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harris have and Mrs.'Dan Parrish. able to get to church' sinCe her Tommy Tyre of Melrose, REGISTER NOTICETO OP'1TEYTIOi FICTITIOUS NAME glad to give you all necessary Information as to

moved to Jacksonville to make The Maxville ParentTeacher recent illness. 'North S1de,mjoyed a fellowship Notice IB hereby given that the,un

their home where Mr. Harris is Association will hold their first 'Mr.: and Mrs.. H. C. Kelly had meeting and peanut boiling Saturday df'rslgnedunder the provisions' of
Chapter 20.!63. Lavs of Florida Act.IIof
now employed. regular meeting xrf the school as Tuesday. guests Mr. and ,Mrs.'I night at the church. 1941. will,register"'with the Clerk what should do.

Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and term on) Wednesday afternoon r. W. Kelly, and on Friday Mr.. Those on. our sick list 'are Mr. of the Circuit Court in and for Bradford you

daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sept. 17, at 2:30 p. m. All,parentsare end.Mrs. Paul Seaver of, Jackson McDaniel* Mrs. ,Crane; ,Cowart, proof Connty-Vloridsjupon.rweIpt of publication of tblx notice of,

Griffis, and family spent several urged to attend., ville visited them. I Miss Dora Clark.and ,Hrs.Susan the,fictitious name of c Green Oak,

days at a lakeside cottage at Mr. and Mrs Bud Waters and Mr. and'},Irs. Lige Douglas and Sapp of Gainesville May the Lord under three whichnr, miles aontb;engaged do>Jtn SUrhe.Fla. business -. .

Strickland's Landing the week be- fpmily of Jacksonville visited Saturday son and Mrs. Catherine DO etas bless'each one with a:speedy re on U. S. Highway W.HaroW BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

fore school started. with Mrs.: Dorothy Waters and son of Lake Butler spent covery. H. Hoejrtcfc Rt. t. Box

'Friends of ,Mr. and Mrs. H E. and family. Monday with the EarUe Padgett Let us remember' Wednesday ITS.-Dated' Wmiston.Fla.thU flat .br eoN or owner.August. A. 1w

Oriffis and Mias Mary Wilkes will Mrs. Nan Cochran Assistant family. night after prayer meeting is Con IX 1)51; at Stark*,.Bradford#County,

be Interested to learn that they _Home Demonstration i Agent for Mrs Bury Wllkerson was' yea ference. Everyone II urged to take Florida, .4, tl1..t-\U; \ ,.-- : :
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Miss Anita Israel f" " 'I'" " '
Weds Home Demonstration : : FI11tlclt'tr.
Jas. W. Wells 4 t' _' < .to. Nolirr; : is hereby given hot tUr uu-

'In ,Church ,RitesMiss .itc. Votes l'hal.tt'r rMnfd.:o,'under;J3.: Laws Uw of provisions Florida Acts of

of 1941. will register with tke Clrrkof
w ,- the Circuit (Court in and for Krad-
Anita Israel daughter of Jr & ..bjDOROTHY
I furd Ci-unty Pfcvida. uiwn raipt of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lafan of ) fi ROSS proof of publication of this m>tirr. the
Starke and Lake Butler, became I tu-Utiou Bime of 1\11\: hI'li Rri't.I .
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7t, .e'ti Home Demonstration AgentA I aurant. under which I am engaged
the bride of James W. ,
Wells son
I GIdYI Moot? in l>UMinr5-s OII '- uartt'r silk fcoulb
.. '.. of Mr and Mrs. Walter Wells of most appetizing way of preserving .bath. cf Starke mi I.'. S SOIKonaH ,
M. Criffis, Surke Florida,
Euena Vista. Ga. at high noon on pears for use when they _For Cleaner Clothes M>le, owner.

Miss Blanche Monds Miss Nancy DuPreIs : Sunday August 31. The double -f It : are 'out of season is to make Pear Dr, Hazel Stevens head of the. Dated this 11th day of Sept,
Bradford CoUDea
A. D. U3;
A at tarke.
Weds Barry Buckholtz} ComplimentedAt ring ceremony was solemnized by J ; : Mince ,Meat. It adds so much Clothing and Textiles Department I' ), Florida.

Rev. Lewis D."Haines: in the First when eaten as a relish with a Florida State University says we 1 8,11; 4t 10:2:

On September 2nd Swim Party I Paptist 'Church Starke. A pro- d meal and Is delicious made into will keep our clothes cleaner if we ,

i gram of nuptial music was' provided the brands of MITH E TO DKKKNU:
I pies. vary detergents we
la Circuit (uvrt. Bradford Matty
Miss Nancy DuPre. whose.marriage by Mrs. Lex Green and Mrs. Pear Mince Meat use in laundering. Today so many tluriUa ID thamrrr
to Byron Gene McIntyre : : Irene R Clark, flamtiff. "s. U Ilium -
Randal Chitty I Two dozen large hard pears 6 substances have been added to Buchanan Clark. Defendant.
event -
will be an of early November -
;> The bride given in marriage by II I cups sugar, 2 lemons, onehalfcup detergents to attack one kind of Case No. IXOTICK :-'*::*
the for delightful
was inspiration a TO APPKAtt
swim party given last ,her uncle. Allen Davis of Buena I vinegar 1 tablespoon salt, 1 soil better than others. Thus by ToT William Builmnan CUrk. ,,'bOMrt'"it"li
tablespoon cinnamon 1 table- changing brands we can attack and adiire** is-: HeiisralIMhvry.
Friday afternoon by Mrs. K. G. i Vista Ga., chose a gown of waltz1 Patterwn, New Jerwjr
kind of soil better this week
1 I-. _t spoon cloves and 1 teaspoon cne
/ ) You are notified that a suit .fop
Duncan 'and Mrs. E. L. Matthewset length white bridal satin over taf- -
_- grated nutmeg. and another kind better when the dvorccare and "-"u.tod" t>f minor
I t I the Kingsley Lake summer Eta. The bodice was embroidered brand 'is changed.: children has been! riled agama,
home of the latter. if' ., [11 1 Wash peel and core pears. you in the above named
? I with lace flowers and pearls anda 121] Grind pears with coarse bladeof A Lively Bone Of Contention Court and caus-e and you are require -
The attractivelyappointed refreshment vi .
I : *! tll wrv a ropy of your an*
f4 ; 4 I table was overlaid witha crown of lace and, pearls held A "V .,.. food chopper. [31 1 Grind lemon .I Dancing grandparents have the 11.r or leading to the complaint on

: red and white checked cloth her fingertip veil. She carried a .' ,.. rind after squeezing juice out. [41] right i idea. A recent study sug- the Plaintiff's Attorney Cregory J,
.. I Darby. 467 Law Exchange: Buildinr.I ,
; s and centered with an arrange- white prayer bock topped with a _(jq :- Ccmbine all ingredients including gests how your latter years may Jark.-onville! 3. FloruU and fil* the

ment of mixed summer flowers. white orchid and lilies of the val- lemon jiuce ,and cook until mIX- become your best. Step lively. if I original in the! office of Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
t 1 i of ley. Her only ornament was a J'f ; ture is thick and tender. [151] Pour you don't want\ to age as you grow I' It day of Oct., 11l) **; otherwise U..-

As a memento the occasion i i string of pearls, a gift. of the 1'f \ hot: 'into sterile jars and seal. Pro old. Dancing, a few holes of golf I allegations of said Complaint, will
the hostesses presented Miss Du ; 'lIt' taken as confessed by y'OU
gardening, the exercise of keeping
bridegroom. cess 10 minutes in boiling water
j I This notice shall be publii-hed onoe
Pre with "cook-out" set. --- .
a I ,' house, or other types of act
f easy each week fur fur conj-ecuthe \\'rtl.lJ
.. .. Miss ,Sandra Israel. sister of -: -- !
,,,z .... j Among the 24 guests'ndted to -4j v- ivity help prevent loss of muscle I in the Bradford County Telegraph.Dated .
: the tilde was maid cf honor and Doyle Begins this S day of August, l5.5.SEA .
:f f:. call from 3:30 to 5':30 o'clock ,if lit tone. Loss cf muscle tone may be (: (.)
'wore : :
'. pink silk taf -
If" '....;. "J'. DuPre of organza over I DAUBT,
were Mrs. J. H. mother cause of fragile bones among CHAULKS A.Ck'rk
'" J' feta. She carried a nosegay of Quty As Elks <.e the Circuit:: Ccuit.By .
'l r 1f the bride-to-be, and Mrs. J. E. those who don; step lively. Cl..rktn
{ orchid colored flowers. Lk: ; : -4 Marian U Crosby: Deputy
,If,;.. McIntyre of Jacksonville mother -- Home Demonstration Club : 4t 1 ,3MITIfK
Ralph'w 1s cf Buena District
Vista. Ga. V.P.
of the bridegroom-elect.
bers of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Monds of served his cc-usia as bet man bridal party and out I Buena Vista. TO HKDITOHS

the S ate Farm announce the and ushers were R. A. Colson and 01 town, guests. Miss Charlene Hardy cut thebride's Meetings next week are as fol Fonda M.lule.
Fire Chief Heard J. D. at 2 !. The Court Of The ('Oll.t, Jot It,
marriage of their daughter T. B. Harding. Among those attending the cake, and Miss Virginia Doyle Starke businesmanand lows: State Farm Tuesday Bradford ('o.'J; Florida,

Blanche to Barry Buckholtz son Junior Club wedding from out of, ,town wereMr. Darby served. a past Exalted_ Ruler and p. m. at the Community Center: Ju I'rob.le.In .
By: Following the ceremony the and Trustee of Starke at 2:30 at reKstate: of J. Troy Lynn, Deceased. .
pf, Mrs. Laurette Buckholtz of ;Walter Wells and After a trip to South Florida Lodge No. 1802, Lawtey. Wednesday : .
parents of the
Lavteyi: At First MeetingFire bridal bride were hostsat Miss Jane Wells Mr. and Mrs. J.: Mr. and Mrs. Wells will reside' in I Benevolent and Protective Order Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. All interested T, All Creditor* ,lad Penman liar

The double ring ceremony was Chief 1) W. Carpenter a .- Attending luncheon at were Barry'sRestaurant. meni- P. Martin Allen Davis Jack Buena,Vista where the bridegroom of 'Elks, was recently elected tothern ladies are welcomed IBE!said Claim KHtBtei or llemaadu' .Acala>l

performed by Judge Brooks of 'in .Harry and Ralph Wells, all of Is' employed. office of Vice President of You and each of you are hereby
talked Fire
on notified and required to pre ent
Raiford 'at the home of the bride Home at the first fall meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Yancey I Little the Florida State Elks Association RILEY SWEAT any claims and demands which you

on'Tuesday nIght. Sept. 2., at 7:30: the Junior Woman's Club held Women !Miss Patty Lawson Northeast, District. GRATEFUL TO VOTERSI 01' either of you, may have, against
J dueled
Hosts At the estate' of Troy Lynn
o'clock. Thursday evening of last week at Bridge Open :Fall Season 'And Neil CrawfordAre Elks officials stated that Doyle's am sincerely grateful for the late of said Cuuut>. to the'ounty
For her wedding the bride chosea the" club house. And Buffet Dinner'Mr. : untnring efforts and willingness to ( Judge of Bradford tounty
support of the voters of Starke Florida at his offue in toe court
white The Little' Women's Club nietMOfldayeVeiiixiga Guests Of HonorMiss .1 work at job assigned to him
complemented witha any .
gown The meeting ,was presided over, that resulted in my election Tues' houre of raid 'ounty at :Starke.Florida ::
bouquet of red roses. Miss Jane newly and Mrs.,Ned Yancey were I II :the club ,house were factors in his selection to within eig ,t calendar
by Betty day as your Chief of Pqlige" I months from the time of the first
with Mis Patty Lawson and Neil
A small reception was held after elected president. The club I hosts at bridge and buffet dinner ?, Mary, Agnes Matthews ,fill this important post. ftel that vote expresses con- publication of this h notice, Karftclaim
the ceremony, The bride's table To party last Saturday evening on preside ,- presiding: _Miss Shi Crawford whose marriage will bean Doyle- will make his first official your or demand shall be in wnt-
voted the :
following give ,
on Ann ) fidence in my past services as a 1 ing. and Khali state the place of
South event of 11 honoredat
vas covered with a beautiful'lace $25 to a needy cancer parient. A 'the'p ti ol. theft home en.W. ; gave the devotional, : pet. were: I visit as vice president to the city and county law enforcement. residence' and p..!-t office address
loth and held Miss, Linda: Kay Sale program i a delightful buffet supper : of the claimant, and shall be sworn
a three-tiered wedding of the Year Madison street. Starke 15 and all
Junior Club Woman lodge on Sept. !
: I : officer. and I assure you that 1, toby the claimant, his agent' or
cake decorated i in blue and will be selected for her outstand- ,The buffet .table was overlaid' chairman talked on parliamentary Thursday evening .Sept. 4 ,givenby 1 members are requested to be present will continue to do' my utmQst tc I attorney sod any such claim or demand -
pink and,topped with miniature I procedure. Plans were discussed Mr. and Mrs. L.. A. Canova at not so filed shall be void,
ing work during' the year. To with a.red table cloth and centered -. j fo- this meeting in his honor give satisfactory service as, fOUl II, earl Lynn, ir As adminu
Tedding bells. give 120 forGirl, Scout sponsor with a modern arrangement ,to organize a bridge lesson their, .home on Kingsley Lake. Chief of Police. Please feel. free stratton of the Kstate ot J,
After the the- flowers I group once -week.. Beautiful arrangements of mix Troy Lynn dceasedFirst ,
reception couple ship. To hold the annual Variety of summer and fruit. Yel- i
,Hostesses to call on me at any time I can be! publication fepi II I9 !I
for the
]left for short to j.candles evening were ed 'fall flowers were:used to advantage1 -
a wedding. trip Show in AprilRefreshments j. were"placed at either Misses ASC Election of service to you. s-Il 1 1 4t IW-l
Mary Katharine Wainwright -
South 'Florida. In 'decorating the living
were served in the
end.The Shi Ann'Smith, 1 room and the large front Sapp
decor- on porch
Sunroom from a beautifully guests were seated at four ; [ Riley Sweat
HighSchoo1 PTA tied table centered with a fall arrangement bridge Cables and after several Landrum, ,and Penny Hollings- where the supper was served. The In Chairmanship

oak !worth. buffet table was covered with a i .... IpijISTARKE
of wood roses, progressions., of ,bridge, high and [ -
plans Annual leaves and ,cones. Hostesses were low prizes' were awarded. I yellow damask'cloth and centered ;; An election oMnterest and importance M. D. PRAISES Lr .

Classroom Tour Mrs. Doyle Conner, chairman. Mrs., R. B. CauffmanIs with an' ,arrangement of varicolored j to farmers was completed -

Mrs. Williiam Henderson. Mrs. J. Junior CltbMembers Honor 'Gust blosoms., Wednesday wita the tabulation BENEFITS OF SPINAL ,

Bradford High School PTA will T. Pollard. Mrs. Paul Carter Mrs. After"" the supper appropriateskits of votes cast DY farmers tor the ADJUSTMENTS FrL, Sat. Sept. 12. 13

bold its annual Back to School X., M. Smith and Mrs. J. L. Chit- Compete At Buffet SupperMr. and group singing'were enjoyed I new ASC Committee made up of Under Acute, DOUBLE FEATURE

Night program at the regular ty. ,..., In Selling ,Contest by the 18 guests pr sent.tri. 1 three members with two alter- spinal adjuttinent*, : PAWNEE
and Mrs. J. D. Warren en- Diseases are 'ut short, and chriHric
meeting Tuesday Sept, 16, at 7:30: I and Mrs. Paul E.,Canova were rates.t
p.>, m. in the, high school library. Social Club The Juni Woman's Club Thrift tertained' at a delightful surpriseI awarded\ an "Oscar" for their presentation -} The regular committee for the diseases recover uhirh ban! With (leorge Montgomery

Parents attending will follow Shop is" having a selling contest I birthday party Sunday evening of "Love and Romancein new year beginning OcL 1, Anil !been believed to be incurable." AND

their"'- 'childrens'-schedule: class- Will Nominate for members. The member wno I honoring MisR> ,B. Cauffman.: .the Stone Age., ( be: Felix Sapp, chairman; C. K. A. A. Gregory M.D., OklahomaCity. I APRIL LOVE

is and meet their teachers and New President makes the most money selling'\ The'buffet birthday supper was Mr. and -Mrs.' J.*'T". Lawson. ( Andrews, vice chairman; and Pat House and Shirley Jones
on' terrace ,
faculty memb rs. All parents of merchandise will win a dinner for ''served the where the parents of: the bride and 'Hal Clyde Cone, regular member. The Spinal adjustments have proved I Plus Serial Chapter 12 and Cartoon

high school studeEETare cordially The' Starke Social Club me two at a local restaurant! ,,of )ier[p lcp cQvered table ,wascentered Lawson, brotherbfthe' bride Ktwa alternates ,Jp.serve in the ab- beneficial for the ., for Children.SUN. .

invited to attend. Thursday evening Sept. 4, in the choice, plus free baby sitting set- with an arrangement of 'white were special guests.Mr j-ence of the regular members are following condition
Hall. vice. Any members_may work as gladioli. even after other meth. MON. TUES.
Methodist Fellowship 'j. W. Gaskins and J. B. White- ., ,
Party games were enjoyed and many Saturday mornings as she Twelve guests enjoyed this love- and Mrs. Canova .presentedthe od':* hate failed: September 14, 15, 16
Circle Four WSCSCircle
prefers to increase her sales rec ly affair. "I, honorees .wath a polished head.The Bnrsitis Rheumatic Neuriti 4 DQUBLE FEATURE-
committee ,
a nominating appointed aumintim "serving tray as 'a 'me- committee is charged<<; with
4 of the Methodist WSCS to choose a new presidentto ord.The the responsibility of assisting and L 11- Migraine! Sciatica Hear I Quantrill's Raiders
mento of the occasion.
of Starke
Girl troops
Mrs.V. R. Brookins
met Tuesday night at 8 o'clock in replace Rev. W. S McAhley guiding the Agricultural Conser, Trouble Liver Trouble Asth-
VIm clothes *Ti- With Steve CwhraaAND
the recreation hall..A new chair who is leaving to accept \ church collecting A Recent Bride vation Program in the interest; ma \er\onsness.
for the
day afternoon Sept. Lions EntertainAt
Mrs. Drew Reddish in Dothan Ala. and for the benefit of farmers,,,
man was For further information contac t
If not home
Thrift Shop. are
elected to fill the vacancy createdby Delicious refreshments were when they- call contact you Mrs. Jack Is.Shower: HonoreeMrs. Buffet SupperFor in addition to regular programs HEAR ME GOOD' '

Mrs. Jack Clement when she served to the 13 members presentby having to do with allotment crops With Hal March
Griffin at WO 4-8661. She will be '
Wives' Dates
Wm. R. Brookins, a recent :
moves to another locality. A stork the hosts, Mrs. Rebecca Simpson to to home to pick and land-use planning.. rIm Color Cartoon for Children
glad come your :
bride was the inspiration for a
shower was given for Mrs. Olin White Jr. at this meeting. The next meeting will be held ci eased activity and responsibility -
is located next '
Shop 'of Club entertained th ir wives
evening Sept. 1, 'at the home ; DOUBLE FEATURE-
esses were Mrs. L. C. Host-I II at St. Edward's Hall on Tuesday H. C. Wall and is in administering the Soil Hank -
to the Agency 4 with
Mrs. Joe Tomlinson on N.. Broadway Thursday evening Sept. I' Chiropractic Offices
Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth. Set.< 16. at 1:30: o'clock. I open every Saturday morning St. a buffet supper. followed by a program for Bradford County, and, I LOST LAGOONWith

from 9 to 12 :Clock.I ii serving a great need in the interest 426 X. \Varaut St.
Games were ,played and prizes movie and games. Jeffrey Lyai
I : of 'the agricultural pro.
awarded to Mrs. Leroy Norman The only item of business trans And

Dress Up Your Table Kingsley Lake YWAThe Jr.:Mrs. Jimmy Cole and Mrs. acted' at this meeting was final grams. Phone WO 4-2881 Starke It Came From Beneath

Grover Conner.- The honoree was plans for the sale of brooms when or '

Kingsley Lake YWA met \presented with many useful gifts. members' will go from door to New Owners 728 E. University The Sea

Thursday night of last week at Hostesses on this 'occasion, ,be- door Thursday Sept. 9, startingat Now Occupying Kenneth Tobey, Faith Domerjoe

I '' 1 r the home of Mrs. Carolyn Norton. sides Mrs. Tomlinson. were Mrs. 6 p. m. Phone 6-3238 Gainesville Plus Color (Cartooa

(*TTJ The devotional conducted by Mrs. Darrell Edwards Mrs., Johnny In the last 'six months the club Former Carey Home r

\ Marie Siemer was followed by a Morris,' Mrs:I,Gayle Howe, and has furnished glasses 'nd'eye' examinations Major and Mrs. William Wilsonof

business meeting. An election of Miss Anna .Ruth Crosby. for "'more' than 20 Jacksonville, who recently purchased .II.

officers for the coming year was Bradford Counfy" children. N what the Carey home near Law-

held and the installation service WSCS To 'Meet school has' started the need tey, moved into their new home .

will be held at a later date. Re- for glasses! will be' increasing. All' last weekend.

freshments were served by the The business and program I of the profits .from the' ,sale of' Maj. Wilson plans to farm the

WITH THIS HANDSOMEHomemaker's hostess during the social hour. meeting a! the Methodist WSCS the brooms will ,go into the:Lions, place but since he has been trans-

will be held Tuesday morning at Club Sight Conservation Fund. ferred from Fort Sam Houston,I

Limited Quantity Special Girl Scout NoticeThe 10 o'clock in. the Sanctuary. Texas to California, some of the I I

Miss Jean Mundy, work will have to
Cub Scout Notice has i been In the Air Force for 16
Matching Pieces '"SteriLite"SALAD Girl Scout meeting time HostessMiss I
has been changed to Thursday .Scout. will meet'Tuesday I ; I )'ears. End Of Summer Extra Value!
Cub Pack ,70,
afternoons from 5 to 6:30: o'clockat [ Jean Mundy' entertainedat Mrs. Wilson is the former Muriel -

and the Methodist-FeUowship Hall. Sept. 16. at 7:30: o'clock a going-away luncheon Thurs- Boyette of Jacksonville. They '
at the Methodist Fellowship '
.. day of last week at 'the 301 Rest- have six children, Muriel 11, Wen-I '

SALT & PEPPER SET CRAWFORD THANKS- VOTERS; aurant honoring Miss Judy Dan- i die 11. Jacqueline 10, Doreen. 6, PIECE PEELED

ASKS.CONTINU1): SUPPORT kel, who leaves next week forFloridaSouthern I Billy 4, and Kay 3.

Lustrous Finish! Six guests enjoyed this affair PATIENTS Cane Set
Never Needs Polish! I wish to express my heartfelt, with th' frhosteISesfld: honoree ADMITTEDTO
appreciation to the voters ol ;' :

ALL SIX PIECES ONLY Bradford County for their sup- Miss Mundy"presented" Miss The following patients were ad-

J port that made me'high man in Dank, ,:iith" ', a. persbnel 'gift as- a milted to Bradford County Hos-

1-Salad Set, Fork Jlr. and Mrs. Glen Conner of the race for' County; Commissioner -'I memento ot the'occasion.LAYERS' pital since Sept. 1: $

:I Dist in Tuesday's election. 95
and A O Starke the birth of .2 1-Settee I
Spoon announce a 'I 'will' appreciate it if you will OUTLAW Betty Jo Kemper of Hampton, 1 A '
1 daughter Sheila Lynn on Sept. yIn ISSUES STATEMENT Themas R. Woods Thomas '
the fight" fortherext
"keep good
Shakers ,Alachua General,
Hospital. THANKING VOTERS: Franklin Colson, Norman O. Winn!
three weeks and again give
Carl Hurst Bonnie Turner,.
2-Pepper Shakers xhe ;your vote and support in .the r.'T :the voters: :'and friends ofBridford Ray
Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Jenkinsof ", Ernie Williard Newsome, Dora lJ.Padgett' .
1 Chair
Second Primary on Sept. 301 -- Lady
Gainesville announce the birth County; of Middleburg Alma ;
invite 34
also the support of those '
,of a son, Thomas Edward on Sept. : I wish to take this opportunity Jeanette Baker of Keystone

Comes in Lovely 'Showcase' Gift Package I 2 in Alachua General Hospital.The .I was who: eliminated voted ,for the in the candidate First WhO Pnhmrjr to thank all of my friends whO'I Heights, Wanda Crews, Virginia

maternal grandparents are' worked so hard for me during my V. Gatlin, Hazel Ponds of Gainesville -
and I will it M
Mr. and Mrs Clyde W. Colson of appreciate for cotiIlif Commissioner -
campaign [ Shiley Rhoden and Chariot- 1.- Basket Chair
yon'v..ill 10in-'With
me now andassure '
Wonderful inexpensive: gift that looks 'many time our Starke. my victory on Sept. :30.: District 4. Mrs.! 'Chastain and, te Fairble Jones of Klorahome.

low price. Attractive modern color. Brilliant metallic Tours sincerely, r were friends_ _long? before I quail-' Also Gracie :Mae Harley ot

finish handles on Salad pieces. Lovely matching trimon Bradford County Hospital an- ,E L. jLawton)' Crawford fled, during the campaign and:: Lawtey: Ola' Phillips of Hampton. I YOU ALWAYS
Shakers. nounces the following births: : are still very close friends now .Bertie Louise Knight Lillian Lau- SAVE

Mr. and Mrs. ,William Russell that 'the ejection, is"over. I
'WIGGINS ThANKS ree Han ,of Hampton, Mary Margaret
Catlin of Starke a son, Jim Han- In in defeat in this .
going down
VOTERS Bell, Kay Ellen Wafratn ol AT HART FURNITURE CO.
Better Hurry Now Supply Limited! '1. Sept. 5.' election I can. sincerely' say that f Keystone Heights; Ruth Ellen .

Mr. and Mrs. Leland Alexis ,To'the, voters and my' friendS I1 I am not mad with anyone. and 1 Starling Manic Johns Hollon

"" Baker of Keystone Heights, a of the City of Starke: am certainly thankful ,for each t George Payne of Hampton Wes-: ALSO We Have NO Carrying Charge
; ,
daughter Christina )Marie Sept. I wish to exPreSs to each of vote ,
you received. Icy ,Rob(>rt, 09\t. Donald K. Neel

GEM 3. my appreciation for the wonderful In ye rs'to come I may' ask for ,Minnie L. Redding of 'Lawtey,,''I

JEWELRY"STARKE'S >Ir. and :Mrs. Ivy Earl Knight vote you gav .me' oja Tuesday your support 'again. Peggy Barnett Gladys K. Green. ,,

cf Starke a son, Melvin Earl Sept. 9, electing ma. your, Lhtyotincilman'inGronp Sincerely: and Hal, Mott, of Hrooker. 'II

Sept. 5. 1. 1,pledge 'Layer H.. Outlaw., Colored admisionere: : Waltei I HART fURNITURE CO
LEADING JEWELER" to you myjefforts in working for Nelson of Floraizome Lonnie Jies- :
and Mrs. the best of
Mrv interest
J. H. Wheeler
of our 'City'lo I
,WANTED Clean :Cotton Bags ,pie pibs: Josephine Anderson pi _
109 E. Call St. : : 01 ,
,Ih. WO ,.15211 Hawthorne'announce: the birthof an things. -Thank you veryTnncfl, I -
'jf '
Pants Xa Sbirt- Mut B? .Lrf&ey,, A"nnieMae Robinson ol 123 E, Cajl St.
a son on Sept. 6 at Doctor's ;Respectfully./ S :: FI.ORIDA4
; Clean.: Bradford Ceanty ,Tel. Hawthorne Rudolph, Perkins oi J

Hospital. One", A.Wiggin.'" ..... : h. .. Lawtey, and Harry 'Harmo?. i .


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-.--. -- -- .. c'-c--- I II _.._,_ I i ifrS. it r&d "u&dwtD ,
.4 Mr.
*-v aM-un..th V 11j1**.!** JM *jt_**% tit AitiGAf .,J.lso. that-parUcn.jof.tlie northwest
treat of the Wesleyan Service. are moving to Laiceian3 this; quarter (N\Vr of the Southeast, MONTHS :TO
Uuaiter, (:StJil lying north of i en- '
f .olia4fR..6 g ov nfie 53fga m ,, r5 1fith t'Wtp. errehmajear CREEK way.22&A ia Section thirty-five (J*).
were Mrs.; Nelson Greeii Met Rbecca ?- at FlokaaSop.hem I Township five (3) South Rangetwentyone 1
% I
(21) ria i containing MOTORS;
Simpson and qiJee. JERWILLEGAR
i 14 -- ; Mri. R. S.Mt'r i1 ; with one acre more or less. !
tuid Mk he1 thi14 Sw School
J Hirer BtiIIdI r .
\ "
I j' J JJ-* ii tMi. an iikEsth7afLSftn !. & J 1 I .Three TOMB frame school building I
'I : .. .
ana Mrs. ,
um* MUU **- \ ;. !:::: ; building only.. 0jy
Ford be sold
Walton '
IN THE NEWS' brook ahdsons. :, wfco ''spent) thpa4 SlUkvi11e, are,. -. MrMargaret Each bid for any Item of property i -. new cars will
fdt. .1 i" t famQ}. must be- accompanied by a check or
tw.Q years in Gerjnar4j landed i lankensIpand cash in the amount of five.per cent 11 I by Terwillegar Motorsduring ==

,_..,._ J_'______-..IJ n __ _. __. ...... _._ ._ -I in1.. New.. .Ybri.SS.Ta'esda*' arid Mrf iid. Mrs, tOieShatler f of base bid__ The, Board of. Public _
t' } iix; i r and <
Instruction of Bradford the days
\ are enroutf, to ,thf hoii jof lerm&ti PI MrevJim.ferpj vbodwin ajjb County reserves n remaining: cnF2

ft Jimmy Wiggins entered his Miss Vivian Garcia of Camp ; Mrt. NiSi Greeii, fora children were in Jacksonville Suij- in the any..bid right and to waive to reject informalities any or-
.1 j-** i.-tjfc.*!'''( 'j-jij'; '* ii** JJMJ f of Sentember REGARDLESS .
j n s freshman year at Gardner Webb Blanding* had as recent guests montri'l visit, after .whicH!,, thef dayt afternoon jjisitiiig .Mr5... hf The very next time I'm elected all bids. Details concerning property

s!* College Boiling Springs. N. C. Miss Dale pierson and..Alan Bayer wfl b stanoned*? at J i'Fort** Camp' ler's::. t son"i Don.,..<*Ray.*, t'i1e4,who.. tinJr i-4\- to.the enate I'm going to passa to offic be -of sold the may County be obtained Superintendent.The from the. OF PROFIT!

last week. of5 FayetteVille, N.. C. Other recent bell. Ky. aerwent surgery Friday m St.Liike's law that your marriage license Board of Public Instruction OOb
Hospital J. ot Bradford county, r'lorma.
T-Sgt. and Mrs. Jack guests j of the Garcia family JJ,mcIJiH; ( jtf Jjvr-* ,' Clement Remedies for Lfyestock and (t! ; every year; just By IL P".Morgan, M
and daughter are being transferred were Sgt. and Mrs. L. F. Pierson ri;;. Ai Sfstrunts. :MM Paul Men is.fis'&nljerparents Uke..yo driver's license or fishing I Secretary. S new 1958 Ford TRUCKS w

to Randolph Field. San An- and daughter Judy, and Lt. Com. .,... ;! JJ4t'- "L'--r..J Mf aM Mrs. .,Walter license Just think, how hard the I _4-_ 9-11 4t 10-2 3
Dean Cole of Bethesda 1JrS. &i; J:1arlet.: pt'; ;te ea Monch, iii Toiedo'i Ohio for two I Will Be Sold During
tonio. Texas the end of next week. to bet home ai si.Albenl. W. Va. weeks.ilfurici. wife will work for you during the IBThe Clrrgtt Inert Of The Eighth 3
Hospital Maryland. t, .. 30-day period of grace! Seriously JudliUal CrcuU Of. Florida la A.d 'j ctfW
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding. && efe S J.I"I.! \ September!
las't.Fr'irfay yjsit
F. VP. w I I For Bradtord County. In
Sr. leave Saturday for three weeks Fertilizer For Flowers and tar- wtthhe ;, rs., .. GtIt SA1 anjh though, those of you who forgotto -< Case ChaDC't'r.1. ctfM
dens. Magic .,.,_ ; parents,, Mr ,ad1:M.: aughter, uncia, visited Mrs John LUTHER G. POWELL,
Bloom I
J f'laint\f..vs.
Gro-Tone. renew your fishing license this \ M
Mr. and
Vigoro Barn McJlae. Mrt. jL .f Smithand sa1.yad4 l i < Pt ; c a. on s b W. A. BALU\VlN..et al, .Itefenaants. 0)
Jr. in Reno Nev. Hy-Gro. At Sistrunks. Mr7vHaflef; spent Wednesdayof Mr. and .Mrs. L. A.bavte ref.S.i year doe to the fact that you were SUIT TO QUIET TITLE -
Mrs. Alice Anderson last Aniong those who' attended the last ,4lt "H tp. I'-';" "*, not fishing [as fishing has been Order Of Publication And Notlre ToUetead '.
; spent Pro football at the Gator -. ...wieti, ; a't DaytonS.' .... Beach'.... i i.d Burned ,test .'f.ee1c.,aIter.ipending slow] .had better do S -, .
game ; just that-
week with Mrs. R. A. Harley in I i& iIfili ::..::.1 the sunurie fn. Waynesvilll and IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF 3V NOW
% and SAVE
,Dorchester S. C. and FT-1 and Bowl in ,Jacksonville last Satur- I v er MU and while you're in the judge's FLORIDA. TO: Buy COE
lav Ash ville, N. (?
1342 Edward X I
day evening i-ere : oy }!9 1 f Dickerson ; Mary Caroline -
1 office
Mrs. Lyle Anderson in Charleston.B. : Mr. and Mrs. ; F vles.1: Miami get that nest driver's license Pickerson
BI iidlnt TTi C. S faJudge James.T. Soulter and
Ovid Bennett Mr. .syeef jtp' Lawtey.ii .. .' .,Y t"f.v John .1
and Mrs. Bill ,. .. ... ts. 7. r and Mrs. k.errymaq.,4 also. McRae individually and as 3
C.Mr.. and Mrs. Rubin Cooper of Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Robbie i .. r. and.Mrs.: TSaifand Mcflae'.J!, tisitin' _, E. '. ..- .. '' Trustees ot the Florida Railroad I
Company. also known as the Atlantic. Hundreds df f Dollars
sraSiippe( ?. of Miami 1
Shaller Mr. and ,.SPfi1
Sanford were last Wednesday Mrs. Henry Ste- % Jan Mund rff, eturped ,t i .ilL| Gulf and West India -Transit Company -
visitors of f nelli. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green last we'elc. j$!tJ1.! thpir! parents, Mr, ; Simon J. Temple; J. M. Tru-
Mr. and Mrs. Ned junior year at Ogethofji| UersIt1 -
Miss Margaret anxt lts. McR4'e Sr. aodMrr.andMrs' | by.; Mary H.Truby\V. Ellery Davis;
Yancey. The Yanceys also had as Rose Duncan Ray in All'ant t4 4Tue8day Bessie M. DavisV.; ,A. Baldwin ; c
Goldwire Miss Jackie Noraaa lies In Like City. j.ofl ? 'A Uecfge R. Foster James A. Marvin .... A check with Clyde Terwil
Colley Jim- ; ;
.,, visitors last week. Mr. and Mrs. '.* "' ."* i... 11_. .11JrS. .F.. Ber4and,, Mfs, W. Leonard Haynes! Isaac p
M. L. Simmons and Mrs. Maggie my Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Mrs--. Jjticile'. fteyjs has,had,,.as. B.,Mundy speniE!Mjonday ind.'rues- John K.. RUiltieIl. S.; J. Sternberg Eppinger; Angle. -; legar before you buy your

Douglas of Blakely. Ga. and Mrs.J. Rowe Mr.and Mrs. Carl L. Johns guests;JoMJj;, and Mrs,.,H.d:....,,Davis, day. fa ,.DeL.nditnd1n.h? .! e Ia-- E. Sternberg Strong; ; X. K. T.J. Strong: Hitch; (0O

P. Stevens and Mrs. Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Mack McGriff Mr. Jr.; lUlu i famUi'.of, G., &lu .Svil1e. on tlst. River Association statemeeting. Celia Carter; J. C. Carter;; -= new car! JS.

Terlap and Tim Stevens of Sanford and Mrs. H. H. Rabb. Jr., J. E. Stmdjfy.and_ Mr. and Mrs..RufuJsTatumiof. Madaline P. Southern; Edwin Soothers V 54 S 1.
Denmark Miss 4 S -4 -}<'j- i4 ; Louis J. Glover; C. E. U.-biii-
Barbara .
Tuesday >
Spencer. JackspnviUe on MLses..JackIq Hoobs and.,Bar- curl; Sarah K. Robinson; and Alan- >
Delano Thomas Jimmy Seymour and Vdnsday.e.: S ; son Hercules; and Vergle hercules if O 0
For rood clean fast and dependable bara Cplie'y. ipenth weejcend.. inPensacoTa ..
alive and If
: dead then his unkmwn
Harold Seymour Miss Mii lDd
,Elissa Ste- Roy t.ugii
heat GO GAS! Gas Mitheus, attending:': weeding of heirs devisees, legatees, grantors : Dealer and Factory Warranty
costs less in tanks. Rent fanelli. Tom Stalling Olin White ter. Marline' West Pain. ? Beach. .. a: classmate ,and .viitinjrf d$ lienors. creditors or other persons
your nv ** t "v claiming any interest in the hereinafter 0' 0
Jr., Robert B rksdale J. E. Tom- arid j.fiss''i"
spent thevjpast two ,weeks ..withMr. Jerome i i Edwards
tank from Slade for low ; described
property by through
_ _
linson, Benny and Frank Williams Smitli' Sit tf bbi I. a. under
rental. 4t;:-9-25 ana Brs; II F. i&4. ,AjreiwsoJcI:3 or against each such deceased,

Miss Evelyn Schroder of New Travis Alvarez Joe Adams arkE'jEo at their cabin'on sdt1reLL n- : : C lley.' Nancy s Bajje anptajlingsl.wJlij :;;10 the known Florida as the Railroad Atlantic Company.Gulf: and West also FORD FORD FORD FORDWORLD'S
Spanky McLendon. Douglas Seymour Melissa India
returnitp Transit Company a cori>oration -
Orleans La. was a guest of Miss .. S '
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark j. andIta. Ernest jr4---1 Phillips rT'itit1) ttieif studies at FSU this coming ; the Florida, Lnn and Immigration .
Barbara Colley the first of the jar. Company of Fl rlda, a ('orll1lra.o .
Harold Davis and Miss and Mtt Maftnjt 6otiklcz have week.. o tion and the officers trustees and

week.Miss Vivian Garcia of Camp Elaine Crosby. had as guests Rev. and Mrs Tony For. toed. clean fast, and dependable corporationtheir liquidators ,of. each of the aforesaid
successor in
interest -
Blanding left last Saturday for For good, clean fast and dependable Qonzalez of Kingsport Tenn.. on. heat--I- GO GAS! Gascdti assigns! <,creditors lienors and
heat GO GAS! Gas t less in Rent Gther claimants by. through underor
and Mrl.
North Carolina where she and Tuesday R. A; Taylor yourtant against either of the
costs less in tanks. Rent
Miss Dale Pierson. will .be room- your and E. W. Metlivin df Tampa on fro'in 1a1e for low monthly corporations; and all ,other persons
mates at Campbell College. She tank from Slade for low monthly Monday and Tuesday. rental. 4t-9-25 claiming any interest in the property
was accompanied by her parents, rental" Rosa 4t-9-25 Mrs. Bonnie McCrany and son; Str. :.and. ..Mrs. Ray Clark of under or against them by or either through of
Mrs. Moore had as Saturday Jacksonville Beach were visiting them: and all other persons claiming
Mr. and Mrs. Rene' Garcia Bob, and Mr. and Mrs. Billy
guests, Mrs. Eula Rowe and Mr. and Mrs. L E. Cia'rk"! river tfie any right title or Interest whatever
Mr. and Mrs.: .JesSie Coleman Childs and family of Jacksonville in. or,to the following described lane'ssituate

t and daughters: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. daughters of Baldwin. were'Sunday guests of Mr. and weekend. to-wit in Bradford County Florida, LOWEST PRICE
Mrs. Irene Roberts of Palatkaspent MrS.
Ve'rrion BariTett Junior Koch'sDrug
uriderwentan Chambers
Mrs of
Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. the weekend with Mr. and ;..Da"ve. Pattlk.. ., ., .. For a point of reference begin at
Kenneth Coleman all attended Mr. and Mrs. t: N. Pickering appendectomy at the Bradford is mighty proud of these the Northwest Corner ot the North-

Farmers Day in Lumber City Ga. Mrs. Herbert Thomas. and !Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pi l: ring County HdspitsU bn'Mo'nday.Bin three 8-lb.. bass that were among east Quarter Quarter(NE NE!4) of the Northeast -
Kenneth I ( %) of Section
last weekend. Tyus and Kenneth and'daughter 6f Gablesyille'spent Morar of Panama i City string he and Don Page sndggedcn 20, Township 6 South Range 2!

ANNOUNCING: Reonenhi? of Conway are spending several days trie we'eketid at Jacksonville Beach KrJent> Frid'ay to, Wedne'sclay "withlir. t a recent foray into Sampson East and run thence South 0 degrees -

of Starke Credit Bureau. Geor* this week in Miami with friends where tHey attended a wedding! and Mrs. 11; A. Laws'ori and Lake. Reason for,his special pride of 563.6 47 minutes feet to West a point a distance en the

and pollv RimntAri,' wnrs-op- and relatives. and ad Ordination' service at the Miss Agnes Lawson. .is that they were caught with Easterly right-of-way line of State

era'irsu lOw loc atlon: 23* S. Walnut iSi, and Mrs..,Roy L. Carter of First Baptist i Chufch.ANOtJNCING 4 Bud, Laws'on has _,ehf ef ed his eel bait dyed with Junior's own Road beginning.16,. which From ia such the point point of of FIE( QUALITY ADDING MACHINEthe

St.. Phone WOM781 Miami were Labor day weekend : Reopenmc ofat Freshman year at Mars Hill College shade of "p ssionate purple." The beginning run North 85 degrees. 42

SFC and guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus.. Starke Credit Bureau, George :Mars Hill N. C. big fellows just cant resist it. minutes East a distance of 203.3
sb,, Mrs. Donald N. Har- .... I feet to a point; thence South 20 '
o denbrook will arrive from Mannheim Mr and Mrs. George Bolden and Dotty' Sitnifeon/ Wl -ofatorS. Mrs. Frazier Shaw; and diIg, Bro. Chambers gets Just the right degrees 38 minutes East a distance SMITHCORONAT I

Germany for a 30daylfave. and family of Jacksonville were New' 'location: 2S8 S. Walnut -; Gene an3 Lamar, are* in Athens i shade by using bismuth violet of South 627 85 feet degrees to a 4!point minutes; thence Westa

Thev will visit with Mrs. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. st..' Phone W04-1761 Gaon: 'b smess Monday td Thu'rs- right off the drug store 51i l u. distance of 209.% feet to a point

Hardenbrook's mother. Mrs. Nel- X. M. Smith. ; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwlriwere diy and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Think I'll give it a try myself. on of said the Easterly State Road right-of-way 16 thonce line i

son Green after which they will Mrs. V. S. St. John and grandson. -. : vacationihg' In South Florida R.%L Beecher in LyonS, Ga. en- Sampson Lake also brings some North 20 degrees 38 minutes; West MU

go .to ,Fort Campbell, Ky., where Paul Holland were visitingMr. the first' of the we t. route. good reports of .mossback bass, along line. of the.said.,Easterly State Road. right-of-way 16 a dis- 6 '

Sgt. Hardenbrbok will be station- and Mfs. M: H. Ernst 1 in St. Mr. arid'Mr Lester Crews and jfrt. A. ft. iiafley Jr. went to several catches being reported of tance.pf 62Z. feet to the point of \

Augustine over the weekend. daughter, Carolyn,, visited Mrs. Lincoln] NeD. last week to attend 8 lbs. or over. Mud bottom in Township beginning 6 lying j in Section 20, '*

edJohn Hemmingway of Eliza- Mrs. W. N. North and son. Billy; William' Norris in Ocala on Sunday the funeral of her brother and Sampson i ) 1 Is a loocTshbre< to fish GREETINGS:South.You are Range hereby 22 East not- .. S 5 / :rS!

bcthtown N. C. was visiting Mr. spent the weekend in Stockton, : Bister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ralph but it is full of snags and will ified that a suit in equity has been S 9 s;

and Mrs. Orie Wiggins over the Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. John Rev. W. S. McAlfley and Herbert lidbinson. who were lulled in an take sdi i1k skill to boat your fish' M brought defendants against by yru Luther and each G. of Ppwell you : S

weekend. North. Green att nd d a Stewardship automobile accident 1 in Otati while Most 'fishermen like the extra as plaintiff in the above entitled
__. .
----- coI !ere nce' and supper at the e route to California. challenge presented by this type Court sought and in cause; that the relief 11,11
suit; is to clouds
Presbyterian Church in Mr. and Mrs. of bottom and be of from
That's Our Business First Robert Faulknerand can proud and quiet and confirm the
Gainesville on Monday. Bud Faulkner of Jacksonville every bass boated under these Jands plaintiffs' title to the above described
as an indefeasible
UIt'sGlase We Hiire Hi! Mrs. John W. tiriffih of Och- were Sunday afternoon visitors conditions..- title thereto against you and fee each simple of It

.. ,, CALL WRITE or VISITJoe i.6cineet Ga. was visiting her par-: cf Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner. ,_Saw ,Blake Jackson, Bill Me' you ordered: and jou .are hereby summoned, k

-- ;n iS; Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McAteer r of Rae, Gene Long and Ben Row or.and.defenses required to to the file Complaint your anSwer -

lit wekMt. ;: Tampa. spent the weekend. with.. land in Crescent Lake. Blake said in said cause! in the office of the un -'S
Peters t Glass Co. and Mrs. Charles Fields their son-in-law and daughter ; Mr.and that he win Rave to 'get 'a boot at dersigned Starke Clerk Bradford of of County the said Floridaon Court : ..

.. and family Jacksonville were Mrs. George Flynn Jr. of instructions on fishing. He .or before the 21st FOR ANY GLASS NEED visiting their parents.. Mr. and mised seven bass hand running 1958 and to serve a copS thereof on ;
For good clean fast and dependable Theron A. Yawn, Jr., plaintiffs' attorney -
We Design Modem Store Fronts Mrs. O. W;: White Sr. and Mrs.J. S ;and some ,of them were a platter whose address is: Post Office '

Just Mail Us A Pattern for H. Fields'on smiday.Mr. heat GO GAS! Gas I full. Says he did finally get one Drawer T91, Starke Flq'rida, on or ;
costs less in tanks. Rent your before said date, as required.by the
Table Tops and Mrs. E. A. Winkler of tank from Slade for low monthly hooked and Hooked him on the laws of Florida and the Florida Rulesof
Starke and daughter; Miss Mary outside. If you have ever done Civil Procedure. If you fail to do
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville.; FIa. Phone FR. 2-4353 r ntal. -9-25 so, a decree pro confesso! will be entered -
Winkler_pf..Macona! Ga. have returned this you know what a battle a
.. --e .. Rev. and Mrs. John Stroud against you for the relief demanded
from a ten day vacation'ill bass,can put up when he can get in the Complaint' ... .
Jackson; Miss., Tulsa. Okla.. Missionaries to Cuba, were over- his' head. Mcn caught five Bass. this IT order IS HEREBY.ORDERED. that '-- S .' r ;laj: anu- I. *!cl work
'l1r and notice
right: guests Tuesday of and shall be published -
St. Louis Mo., and .Chicago HI. Two .of them looked like they once each week for four consecutive for
of Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. weeks In the Bradford ,County atliome, pcifec-i; figure
- Mrs. Marguerite Dickens might go 6-7 lbs. Mr. Big Bass
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards and Telegraph a newspaper:published Jin 89' 95
THEATRESTAR Mariana is spending several\ days S makes mighty good eating andyou Bradford County. Flnrifla an3 havinga ( work of: every kind.BRADFORD .

with Mr. and Mrs.. L. D. Vining. daughters returned laSt week after will have very little trouble general circulation in said county.WITNESS .
spending the summer in Portland my hand ue Clerkof Plus Tax
K6 Mr. and Mrs. John Crehan. Ore. with the bones so ali of the little eid.Circuit Court, t Bradford .C unt
on and
Mrs..Bertha Pearce and Rev. W. pleasure. exemptions sitting afou'nd i t the (y. Florida arid the seal of said

1 Sat.. Sept. 13 ONLY Tiies., Wed. Sept. 16, 17, S. McAliley' visited- Mrs.- P. J. Mrs. Charles Turney has returned -i. table can eat some. Did not get a Court Florida" at m Starke this' 10th Bradford day of September County-

DOUBLE FEATURE Quattie'b'aum and .Mn., Green at from a two months vacation chance to see what Gene and Ben A.D. 1958,.. ,- '
I -i DOUBLE FEATURE Opal Lake on Wednesday with relatives in Ft. Laud rdale were doing but botfi had chicken- (Seal of the Circuit Court) COUNTYTELEGRAPH
--- and Palm Beach with her son and DARBY.
ft Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Patrick and CEtihg grins on their. faces so C llIrk of tha Circuit Court,

ThE RAM son.. Greg; of Sne ds spent the and Palm Beach and with her know they were making out all S Bradford.County, Florida..
Theron A. Tawn. Jr., Attorney and
son family in Akron. Ohio.
week'end with her mother.- right.
',' plaintiff Post Office Drawer 79], .
Gladys Weldon and famjly. Harry Houston reports speckled tarke, Florida -,

Rev. W. S. McAliley attended a ''Quantrill's Raiders' trout n __ still available at Horse Shoe. '-11 4t 10-! -.

camp anei conference, committee At Park He just returned from two days
meeting at the First Presbyterian Up th i fe. I Snow a Ideal painter

Church in Jacksonville on One of the most exciting epiSodes who dropped a Zebco controlled THIS CONCRETE BLOCK HOUSE

AND'Plus Tuesday, in the adventurous careerof Bogie Snake on a 9 lb. bass and

Fertilizer For, Flowers ani jfir- the infamous Confederate raider. brought him home from the St.

den Magic Bloom, Gi -TO 1e, Quantrill is dramatized in the Johns river. This fisherman is SET UP ON YOUR LOT

Vleoro. HyGffl. At Sistrunks. film coming to the Part Theatre one of those fellows who could ft IJ \. 4IE1

Itfw$ ThipiI .,.Mrud. MrS: : L. L: Henkle ,and Sunday through Tuesday."Quantrul's fish in a rain barrel and find FOR

TOHN.COLOR.. GUY MADISON daughter. Pat, of Marion. Ala. \ fish, and usually does.Let's .
and Raiders" stars Leo .
of :Mr.
ire recent visitors You can findtackle
FELICIA FARR Gordon Steve Cocfirari; and Diane go
Mrs. R. R. HaffeU.Misses MWe's' Stark ONLY
..._ MIll sIM Colley Melissa Brewster. It tells the story of at jImmy! ; S
.VllTAV- JlQltlllCOLOIt and Nancy Bates are the raid on the'JJniofi Army Hardware -
..1IOAl PAl1 a cowan PCTUB Stagings pry Farm Home and Auto Western -
spending Monday to Thursday arsenal at Lawrence, Kansas, byQuantrill. ,
-- Gaston Go Home, Car-. with Miss Temple Hess in Jack- who operated under Auto and Koch's Drug and S5.
o tarn tl..l,M*1 kMKM.! UPWfl' !KMt*V**!VXIOUfcn each'of theSe places are staffed
J..J*.M,K f WMOII.,...._W''"''_ toon. s iiville. Confederate licens, but in
..... _.... tell where
It Ltl41 IAOM Pr gui *SJ1IIkW with men who can you
.. It 1I<>>rl!It1IIAI S Mr. and Mrs.. Jerome cases to serve his own selfish pur liW

ANDGAN&wAR. Thur., Fri. Sept. 18, 19 have moved to 355 St. Clair street, pose.Cochran why Buy, when yourself and a what Slim for.Jim bait. IiS

the McKbiney house whicn was
plays a Confederate 9 lb. 2
boated .
S Gerald Oainey a
and ,
FRANCOISE SAGAN'S formerly .occupied by Mr officer who is ordered to infiltratethe the other klS ,
Thomas Crawford and farnUy oz. bass one one just '
Mrs. Union lines. He is capturedby
a'CertainShiile ,. who. ,have m vedb ck to the Union forces but! escapes day and won,$25 worth of tackle : -S- S

Green Cove Springs. and makes his way to Quantrill's given. by Lindsey Walker. '- Brand New FoundationS

.POUCH"?(WXI.r. Orlando were weekend guests of a tremendous climax. write. Come tn and f"*

S .,.;...;" CINEMASCOPEwssMwBRAZZI f Mr.Rev.' and and Mrs.Mr Charles. John Meister.Buck and (tact way your you favorite l ESTERBROOtF'Hmtain TWO ROOMS AND TWO BATHS

\c \ TT4.fcGRAPH
SchoolPTA Pen.
f High
a tgij.&1uH j 24I C.Ihv4. 5'5 family of Orlando were Sunday %

.$r Jd I visitors of Dr. and Mrs. ELECTRICAL S
Plus "Polka Dot Puss" Car- evening Clears $114 CALL FOR BIDS S WIRING ALREADY IN
.. .. ,.. "J:
toon. ...... '...,. "t- '" 1st Lt. AI Carlisle of Honolulu, On Election Sales PROPERTIES SStsrke

Hawaii. was '. home the past ten Bradford High PTA made a Board Sealed of bids Pnblie will Instruction. be Florida received of'-by Bradford the- Only 4 of These Well// Constructed Houses Avail-
JOUBUOfMO his mother Mrs.
Sun. S' days visiting profit of $114.40 at the three con- County. Florida, at the officeof
Mon. Sept. U, 15 ; s'FONTAINE.-DllUlAN Ruth Carlisle and sister Miss .of Public Instruction -
the Superintendent
cession stands in -
they ran connection
Must !
Be Moved So Act
Audrey Carlisle.vJtrs.W. In .StarlllE'. FI CAREREJ i i m MATHIS with Tuesday's el c io! s. 10 o'clock A.M. EST Monday. Oct.
L. Blair and Miss Amy .. which time and place all .
: One stand was at the political 1958. at
,J Coburn returned Saturday from others bids-will publicly opened and. read Can Be Seen On U. S. 301 North of Starke Across From Bradford Furniture Co.
'j Pius Oomphs, Cartoon three months visit with Mr. and rally Monday'night, aloud for any or aU of the following
were operated election day one at Items of school property:
Mrs.:, Don McCann and family in Bradford High School Farm
Casper," Wyo. and Mr. and Mrs. the Courthouse and the other at Timber Lad PHONE 41 LAKE CITY --. COLLECTOR

COMING SOON in El Kaa. City HaH! Sandwiches soft. The North half of the North half
J. .Dorr. Smith- ') ,Dorado' of Section four (4) in township six
Award Winner They were accompanied home byMrs.Blair's drinks, candy. and homemade cup- (f) South Range twenty-two (2!)
Academy ,
east, contain ISO acres more or '" -
MiWga .daughter.,Mrs. Smitb. cakes were sold. less.

BRIDGE ON. THE and sister Mrs. Frank Dunaganof The money cleared will be used HeUbroam Spriiti School SiteS S HARTLEY HOUSE MOVER
That' portion of the Southwest .
Douglas, Kai, who will be Here
ft Plus "Golden Egg GoosiV 'RIVER KWAI in part for the scholarship fund quarter (NE%) lying north or highway **
Cartoon. for two weeks visit. %%'-A and west of grade roadin
.,. ._ -S--- InSAlicflfe-fo'rill pftpos5. At and to buy library books-for the Section 35, Township five (a) I LAKE CITY, FLA.munSD.Y .
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--- -S r.-- South, Range twenty-one ((21) east )I
A school: .library.
: -
Slithmis. containing acres more"or -less. -






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Soil Bank PlanIs in the 1959 Conservation Reservecf rervation Reserve, it is taken out Newmans S' .,. ; By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.(ness at 109 East Call SU Starke,
the Soil Bank, Chairman C. !!;. of production and put to conservation Posts 81144t94nt : Honda.Mr. .
: Woodburn. CSI
N. L.
and Mrs.
Explained Andrews of the County Agricultural uses Andrews, said. Cost= : North Church St., Starke., Florida
Stabilization and Conserva- share made WOO Bond In NOTICE O .. TENTION
By ChairmanBradford I payments are to : sole owners. .
14th day
tion Committee explained this farmers to help with the establishment r
Notice is given that the undersigned 1958, at SUrke. JJracford County,
County farmers may week. ,of the conservation prac-: Larceny Case under the provisions of Chapter Florida.
put part or all of their cropland tices and rental 20.95 Laws of Florida, Acts rf 1941 814-4t-94| |
When cropland is put In the Con- annual per-acre will register with the Clerk of the
payments are made on the land r Circuit Court, in and for Bradford (SEAL DARBY
for the duration of the contract. Albert Newmans, charged with aw County, Florida upon receipt of proof Clerk of CHARLES the Circuit A. Court
This is assured income from the grand larceny of funds in, excessof of publicatirn of this notice, the By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
fk-titous name of Gem Jewelry under 8114.4t-9i4:
land for the life of the contract $400 frcm Imperial Oil Co. on which we are engaged in busi- |

regardless of weather, crop diseases July 14, was picked up by Sheriff's # -

a insect pests, variations in deputies Friday night at a* house
SchoolworkIs market prices, or other farming north of Starke. t START THE TERM RIGHT

hazards, Andrews said. !j' The warrant was isue'd at the ;

The chairman emphasized that time charges were made, upon

annual payment rates for land put affidavit of W. C. McQuaid, an fV

in the program are higher if all clficial of Imperial Oil, who WITH AN &k6ZkePEN

eligible land on a farm is put in charged that the money and Newman -

So Much Easier the Conservation Reserve. Gen- disappeared at the. same e! _

erally, he said, this available extra -t time. L' '

payment is 10 per cent above i N'o trace of Newmans had been _

With A Beautiful the regular annual payment rate found until Friday when Deputy ?IiR ..... You can't ouy a oencr fountain pen at any

r t for land on the farm. Even when Dolph Reddish received a tip that f {z price. And only Esterbrook gives you a

all of the eligible land on a farm Newmans was staying at a place
for \
Smith-Corona choice of 32 points-one every writing
i b put in the program, the farm north of Starke. Reddish picked .

family can continue to live on the him up about 6'p. m. and New- personality. If you damage a point, a new j

Portables place and grow home garden or I mans is now'underTond cf $800. t point screws in in seconds at any pen
use any part of the farm not in JrLJj
counter. So Esterbrook can last for
reserve, Andrews explained.Any I I your

/y farmer can participate in. life. Only
cropland that is regularly used 95I
t the Conservation Reserve if he has I for cultivated crops or tame nay. LJ LJt LJt $2

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1uua' Jim Godwin of Maxville 5 s, ;m.-k

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J Dry Dependable ball po/nf-Because/ it's an

Jim Godwin of Maxvillestill ) feet away. Esterbrook you can rely bri this sleek, ball

Smith-Corona..world's first and uses this old well and sweep I I Because the pipe had rusted point for years of fine writing. Only *

< which he constructed more than through and surface water was

4C years ago, for watering stock. getting in they decided to drill a $2 SOo.e

1 fastest portable typewriterPRICED "It's a strange thing about : well nearby. When that failed

wells," 80 year old Jim says, "this Jim said he dug down about six

Right now, a Smith-Corona will help get -d well is only about 10 feet deep, |I feet around the old pipe and put I

.AS," LOW AS > better grades. Later on, it'll help gt YIEt.ID 10U iEI.VES .on the top of a rise but it has in a large tile. He bricked in the.

better jobs. At so little i week it's the UNTO 6OD,. 8ND never gone dry, while over at the I bottom of this pit, inserted a new I

bargain of a lifetime! YOUR MEMBERS 44IN5TRUMEIJT5 house a well driller gave up after i!joint of aluminum pipe, put on a R Bradford Telegraph
6x.4ur3t well has several boiling springsat bottom around the pipe. Covering

Plus .TaxBradford the bottom.To the top of the tile pipe and
,.... go on with the story of the \cementing all around it he has a
uncertainty of finding water, Mr. tight well that no surface water

County Telegraph !.. .i",, ....; ....,..... "-_ ... ,. "., ;; -. ',. ....ft. Godwin pointed to pitcher i can get into.
pump on a side porch and told I Born in Orange County, Jim -

Sponsored by members of the Madison Street Baptist Church how he repaired it when a well Godwin moved to the Maxville

: driller failed to find water three was area one with year his old.parents He has when lived he in Sell It! Rent It Trade It _

his present home since he built it

42 years ago. For most of his life WITH! .A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED :

z 'J' he has fanned raising the gen-
eral crops of this section, but he

."" .'<<,' I has also taken a hand in hauling :0 WORDS OR LESS, One lasertUa (HIAI... Charge) ___ .... .Tl

I ,.,.. ,. CHEST FRkYy' cross-ties and produce into Jack- EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 29 ----_.- _______ 4e Per War

.... eight children, most of Sir ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IH ADVA Cm.

.. whom live nearby, are John CLASSIFIED DISPLAY _______ $1.:5 Per lack First I.nnl..

.i, Quincy, Josephus, Sam, Everett, '1.00 PF.R INCH FOR 81MB AD REPEATED OXB OR MORE TIMES

.r Mrs. Pansy Knight, Mrs. Linnie CARDS OF THANK (rp T. 80 W.rda) ------- -- pM

y'y'Y SEPTEMBER I Harris, James Thomas and Mrs. OVKK 50 WORDS ______________u__ 4 Centu Per Ward
: i Gertie Eunice. Although he saidit
I -- ----------- Wart
would take time to count up alII
the grandchildren and great FOR RE Furnished first floor

-A rn SEPTEMBER 20TH 1958 grandchildren, he estimates there cation.apartments.All Close conveniences.in desirable W. lo*t.Xollman -. PARKWOOD

are about 30 of the former and 17 228 W. Madson St.: ttchg SUBDIVISION
r. of the latter. :Mrs. Godwin died
FOR REXT-Three bedroom apartment -
last year. Large living room dining
room and kitchen. Gas heat. Tele- NEW HOMES
: NOTICE TO DEFEND: : ..I.hone installed. Call WO4-4561.: 429
la Circuit Court Bradford County, tfchg "DISTINCTIVE DESIGN
I\V Jefferson St.
; : BR ADFORDCOUNTY. Florida: Case In Chancery.Xo. 12-603 I CLOSING COST FREE
Homer R. Ellis Jr. Plaintiff, vs.
Come in today and make your ne
: Sara K. Ellis whose residence hr4ion. They vary in size! design, COMPLETE
and address is 417 McDonald Dri'e'ilmingt ,
., :
appliance colors. They are to INFORMATION
\\ <-n. North Carolina.
'!' in colors to make them
You hereby notified that a suit
; pleasing and attractive. Built especially SEE
: 1
for divorce has been filed against forFlorida conditions and
in the above named Court and
you modern living. Own one of these FLORIDA REALTY CO.
Cause and you are required to servea bright and. attractive homes now Ill N. WALNUT

18 Years & Older complaint copy of your on the answer Plaintiffs or pleading Attorney to from.while you have a variety to btlect PHONE WOMJ01
Lloyd Bass 312 Clark Building: OB i ,
Jacksonville :2, Florida, and file the 4
original: in the office of the Clerk of FLORIDA REALTY (0., BLDG. SCPFLIEfl V
the Circuit Court on or before the 15 Of 8TAKKE Ill E. CALL
day of September, 1958 : otherwisethe 116 \\&IDlltit.! Tt'l.0 4.1501 PHONE WOLSlll ST.
allegation of said Complaint will
be taken as confessed by ynu.
A\"TED-Children to keep daytime
This notice shall be published once FOh SAL;:-penta process treated
at my home and will baby sit
each week for four consecutive weeksin fence posts. 4 miles Wortft\ on 3U1
at nights. % mile from City limit I Green
& Bakken
the Bradford County Telegraph. Post Co.
on Rd. 16. Mrs. Elizabeth )lath -\\I!
.jif' h 'l Dated this 6 day of August 1958. :ttt'llFon '
..' .JH" CHARLES A. DARBY, HAVE a new loan program for
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
farmers. Loans of 1
REXT-Large farm home mod to 6 years
: By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk ern convenience on paved highway for the entire credit require-
> 8I144t94NOTICE : | South of Starke. Reasonable DoyleE. menu of the farmer and his tam- \
PLACE DATE TIME Conner 136 W. Call St. Phone WO Ily. Gainesville Production Credit
j TO DEFENDIn 44501. tfchg. Anoel.tlon.UO Ilorth Main.
I Circuit our Bradford County Oalne vlller Fla. tfchg
Florida: IB ("hanr...,. FOR RENT IN LAUTKVe I).-
You are hereby notified that a suit Pan pl..'. very nice home that RADIOS REPAIRED
.1" ; STARKEFLORIDA BANK at STARKE Sept. 11 Thru Sept. 20 10 -1 and 2-5 for divorce and restoration ft maiden formerly belonged I* nollf'.. l.a..All aable Makes -. AH MsJeli
name has horn filed against you In Strickland o. road :Ml North of Chs'g a naraa."
the above named Court and cause I.."'..n with : large bedroom SHEPHERD'S RADIO A TV
.t1- HAMPTON ... CITY HALL 11 and large bath. !.... Green, Owner
Thurs. Sept. 101 and 2 5 and you are required to serve front pcrra .
a copy of your answer or pleading wad .,tra Isle bark p..r...., allrrerard : e w. Call m. Those WOIm
''-i to the complaint on the and with alamlavm a"a- SUrkt, FU.FOR .
': BROOKER ... COMMUNITY HALL Fri. Sept. 12 .. .. 10land25123and47 of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on !+&:. Plenty of room for gardenTun I. ..+
rr before the 15 day of September. etc. He dare and not to m"o.! SALB-M in X If ft steel
19.1R: : otherwise the allegations of this If you wart a alre home and ulvert pipe, $1.25 U. ALSO Build-
'. LAWTEY -. ROBERTS STORE Tues. Sept. 16 paid Complaint will be taken as confessed plrnly of room. tillable Seat. 3JeM t.. Subdivision.ng lots for sale I. 8 uth Gate
by you.'iOTICIi. Low down payment

4' BRADFORD FURNITURE MFG. CO. Wed., Sept. 17 9-11 TO DEFENDIn ahont I"h. sold"'. oat need of good farm luting, homeand Uf'K80N'Low Truck monthly, Pho.OC.&ll payments.| el.BILLY Cutral .
..; Clrrnlt Court Bradford Ceaaty, ra firma, acreage, home and lot. tfchg

'BIG. DAD MFG. CO. Wed., Sept. 17 .. 2-4 Florida:Case In (Xo.'htor: 1J-S05,:,,. Alo.r*on. Me lake are ropertle roiMsatly..d hating bnri ...'- ,OXE BEDROOM furnUaed apartmenta .

.. .r..l-. ........ ".,,', ....'*" .- ... Billie Felice. Plaintiff, vs Joseph F. rail for good properties at the T Jackson for rent Phone WOI-4011, W.
right If la
.V.. HEILBRONN SPGS. ..REDDISH STORE Thur., Sept. 18 ; 11-2 Felice.NOTICE Defendant TO APPEARTo for sale prlrr.let. air hear year from property yea Immediately. GENUINE tfchg
: Joseph F. Felice\ whose residence ENGRAVED Wedding In-
and address is Xormandie vitations with double envelopes loft
LINCOLN CITY.. SCHOOL Thur., Sept. 18 .. 4-7 Hotel, 3th and Chestnut: Streets.Philadelphia. WALL REALTY 'or I2I.S3. Bradford Cowry Tele-
Pennsylvania. ,-1f

.THOMAS LUMBER CO. MILL : Fri. Sept. 19 -; '. 3:30-5 for You divorce are hereby and restoration-tlfed that of former a suit 337 \REGIVTF.RED. Walnut Ph.BROKER WO 4-OO0 \ ; the opening; >f Used
.. M.rke. Florida Supplies Vied lumber
nam has been filed aeainst you in of
the above named Court and ill type., windows,, doort, plumbiiiB
RENO -THEATRE cause FOR LE-Baby bed. Good condi ised tla ro fln&. Used
Sat. 13 Cypress
Sept. 10.1 and 2.5 rf and you are required to serve a copy tlon. >2/>. Phone WO 4-S79I. Up !tenche.Ideal for any outdoor use
your answer or pleading to the
11.00 ft.,
per 8 to 12 ft.
: : RENO ; -' complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney FOR SALE Frame house, long l'llon
THEATRE deep VV04-4011.' W. T. Jack
Fri. 19 Lloyd Bass. orr Transfer,
Sept. ; 10-1 31! Clark Building Jacksonville well one acre of land on schoo Jo Central Truck Lines
.. 2. Florida, and file the oriel. tfchr
,%... bus and church route. John I. Mar
v RENO'- nal in the office of the Clerk of the ren. Rnx <;f 0. Starke. :2tp SHFOUND -
'. THEATRE .' '. Sat: Sept. 20 10.1 and 2.5 Clerk it the Circuit Court on cr before OR SALE-Z bedroom concrete
>)kck furnished
I the 15 day of September 1958, Brown female Bull dog. or unfurnished bouts
otherwise the allegations of saM complaint Owner may have by paring a 1 will be taken as confessed fcy tlningc Ht and board bill. Contact .1(. Gaines, day WO t.OO\ll\ night
!S- : ... f.1)941. tfch0
yon City P v"> Itch[
,I ';'"
This notice shall be published once
; each week for four consecutive weeks FOR SALE-Milk Cow and calf. L. THREE BEDROOM HOME for I
; THIS SERVICE PROVIDED BY: ;-; In the Bradford County Telegraph. B. Jordan. Rt. I, Box 427, Starke. d 307 Lafayette St. Call rent_
.\- : i .\.: .' .. : ', Dated this C day of August. 1938. Up v-ille EV 8.0083.WANTEDExperkltced. Jackson
: t $v' > '........ ': '. .:! -':..t.i : (SEAL)
FOR SALE-Missouri Minnow.. Cur-
} : Florida State Board -. ; .,.. t., .. CHARLES A. DARBY, tin AhriAee. <0t W. route salesman -
: of Health I -q. 4. '! --1 CleU of the Circuit Court. Adklns Kt. Itp and collector. Apply Hart Fur-
t '- ." 1.1. .; '. niture l%l E. Call 8t
SALE-One 1tchr
: large turning plow.
: Bradford County Health Department ':.:': ;:, i 1 lawn, mower, non gas. Several
i- .. .... ..-.......... .. :.,.Co- w.. c. T. y. hundred ft. 2 Inch used hemp rope. Pies.FOR Make SALE-Pure good bred Beagle pup.
: ..( .. -. \ Cyrus E. Beam Rt. Z, Box il-tf, huilla, (dogs Call
:, Bradford "..i /- ::i Starke. lip Keystone un or writs! Cbarle
: TB
County and Health Association :
'James Rt. I, Bog 7t, tarke. ifc
-.,* ..'. .' t "THE BEST WAY TO BREAKA FOR REXT-Two bedroom, nnfurnishedhouse. _
.. BAD IIABIT IS TO DROP IT" e41 circulator neater, RETIRED SAW FlLKRWa.f.
: nice yard. David H. Hontromerv work- at home NnTl
I [NATIOSAL'OICE..] 10-10 Powell St. 2 streets on left off ford Trailer oJnTra, ua4rAGE Hd Ian.! _
Coney Road.
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By Mary K. Shaeffer i ,. t
Boy Scouts of Keystone ? .. '
14V1 Heights will raise money for 1416 ti 1110ilIO ..
I Avon Park, are weekending with ... .
Community Church News d* their fund tfkt 11222314131011 ,. '
I Troop by soliciting k a '..'
This Sunday Harry W. Cannon, i I Mr. and Mrs. ,Henry Mickle on subscriptions to The Telegraph. 2110. f','. ') .... .

Senior Student in Theology, at Lakeview Drive. The Scouts will receive a com- ; .1 :
; Mr. and Mrs. James Cook are ,
Perkins School of Theology, .
I I mission on each new subscription f f
breaking ground in the near
Southern Methodist University at
I sold, and also each renewal. ,, It
Dallas Texas, will preach at the .I future for their new home on .
I Heron St., overlooking Lake 4
Community Church Service. Mr.
It will be appreciated any-
Cannon who is married to the!Geneva. They have sold their wanting to subscribe to
'' one
former Madeline Kennedy, and hcme on Lake Winnott at the ;
k The Telegraph will contact
:Elnor Estates, and have decided
his family are visiting his father J Scoutmaster Myron Prevail or
I to move into town to be nearer
and mcther-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs.S.
any member of the troop.
E. Kennedy. I their friends.Mr. r v.
and Mrs. James A. McDon-
Community Church Circles will Mrs. Smith Wins
ald and their four boys of Jacksonville -
meet this Monday Sept. 15. Circle I _
1 will meet at the home of Mrs.; visited Mr. McDonald's
o'clock.i mother, Mrs. Sara McDonald on Assessor PostMrs.
Albrecht the leader, at 2
Lake for Labor Day
Circle 2 will meet at the home of *
Mrs. David Nelson, leader at 1:30p. weekend. w : Claude Smith won a land- License Sale BriskE.

m. Circle 3, with Mrs. Irene Mr. and Mrs. John H. Crosby *3 slide victory Tuesday in her bid to

Mickle, leader, will 'meet at the land{ two children spent Labor Day 4 p : succeed her late husband as Clay H. Cooper and Clay
with Mr. Crosby's parents. Mr. < # r County Thomas E. Garnar Jr. of Kpv-
home of Mrs. J. A. Williams at 1 I County tax assessor. Commissioner O. J. Murrhee. both
land stone. and Mrs. Edward Banter
Mrs. A. P. Crosby on Lake
Mrs. Smith, of Green Cove
p m. Circle 4, with Mrs. Sara Mc- .
residing on Lake Geneva,
Geneva. were of Green Cove Springs. The tem-
Donald as leader will meet at the Springs, defeated Floyd Gnannof among the 300 residents of Key-
home of Mrs. Charles T. Smith Mr. and Mrs. George Watson of w. : 1 Middleburg, 3003 votes to 1.317 stone Heights who obtained their porary booth was set up so that

at 1:30: p. m. Williamsburg. Va. arrived on Sept. 1' 1lr .v t S if A in complete but unofficial reaurns drivers licenses last drivers in the Keystone areawould
Friday duringa
3 to spend a month in Keystone V from the 11
county's precincts. not have to make the long
As for the night-time circle one-day stand at the Key-
the Jchn B.
Heights, occupying Gnann appointed tax
meetings, the Nightengales will : 1a was asses- stone Barber Shop. trip into Green Cove Springs for
Dye, Jr. home on Lake Geneva. \ sor by Gov. LeRoy Collins last .
meet at the home of Mrs. S. E. the
Issuing licenses Nweie Mrs. 'their licenses.
Mrs. Bill Few and Mrs. Matthew May a few weeks after Smith
McKay, leader, at 8 p. m. Mrs.
Schaeffer visited Mrs. Paul Meng
Jim Hetherington. leader of the TTTTTTTVTVTTTTYTTTTTTYTTMELROSE the bride. Serena attended Melrose -
last Tuesday, to view the latest died.Rep.. Sam Saunders was nomi-
Rebeccas, will have her circle High School during her junior
addition to the Meng family. nated to another term in the Leg-
meeting at her home at 8 p. m. high grades, but is now living at
I Mrs. Marie Steffe called on her
PersonalsMr. islature, defeating M. L. Beasley Brooksville. Mrs. Janes enjoyed
old friend Mrs. B. R. Weld on of Keystone Heights 2,300 votesto
seeing of her friends at the
and Mrs. Lou Muir and Wednesday. Sept. 3. Mrs. Steffe \ 1,632. By Joyce and Marry RothhammerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA wedding many Chesterfield met his
children. Margaret and Johnny I enroute to her home in West
spent last weekend in Daytona(I Palm Beach from Ashville, N. C., Open House Held In New Co-op BuildingPictured Gary Garner Wins mother home last there week.and they arrived
Beach. Mrs. Muir and the chil- where she had taught a summer Mrs. Florence Janes is home :

dren recently returned from a art class. above are two scenesof Mrs. W. J. Studstill and Mrs. Electric. -- Top Prize In after spending a vacation touring Bill Breyfogle, accompanied by

two week visit in Wilmington, On Labor Day evening, the Eve- the delightful open house held Shirley Glover serve refreshmentsto In lower photo Howard Morris, ContestGary the southern part of Florida. Her Ray Gaiio left last week to take
Del., their former home, and while rett Foxs, the Lou Muirs the Her- last Friday night in the new heads of the various depart- storeroom clerk, exhibits his sons. Chesterfield and Jack, drove 1 Jack Watson of Cedar Key to Su-

they were away, it was necessaryfor bert Nelsons and their respective building of Clay Electric Cooper- ments housed in the new build- painting of Mr. Loudon ]in the Garner of Starke with a her down to Fort Myers, where wannee University in Tennessee

Johnny to be hospitalized. children enjoyed a fish fry'at the ative at Keystone Heights. Around ing: Tom Millican, purchasing; 9 lb., 5 oz. black bass to his credit, she spent several days with her I where he will attend school.
However he returned home com- Keystone Beach. 150 visitors inspected the new T. E. Lewis, land; A. G. Loudon foyer of the new building. Viewingthe was announced as winner in the sister, Mrs. G. A. Stevens. She I A. J. Cicen entered the Veterans _
pletely recovered. painting are (let to right] also attended the wedding of her Hospital in Lake City last Wed
refresh- Dasher
Mr. and Mrs. William Schroeder facility and were served Jr., engineering; A. T. senior division of the fishing con-
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Kinsey from Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gaunt, ments during the hours 7 to 9 o'- right of way; and William Rober- G. E. Wiggins, Senator Tom test sponsored by Lindsey Walk- niece while away. On her way nesday. Also entering the hospital

and Mr. Gaunt's sister, Mrs. Clara clock. son construction. At right is A. Adams, and Mr. Loudon. \er's service station at Keystone home she attended another wed- 1 Wednesday was Mrs Roy Jordon

Morris of St. Petersburg, have In upper photo [left to right] G. Loudon, manager of Clay Heights. The contest closed at ding in which Serena Schad was [Continued On Next PagelSET -

recently returned from a wonderful midnight Sept. 5.
auto trip. They went via the Prominent Banker REVIVAL SERVICESAT Garner's catch was made in

Blue Ridge Trail to Ashville, N. GARADA CHURCH Grandin Lake with a Shimmy

I C.. and then on to the famous Tells RotariansOf 0 0 Revival services will be held at Wiggler lure. He will receive $50

Niagara Falls, and the Rapids on' ObligationsHenry HOOK'N Gadara Baptist Church near Lake in tackle as a prize. e 1II'i

EVERYTHING YOU the Canadian Side. They entered Geneva at 7:30: p. m. nightly, Matthew Griffis of Starke was

NEED C. Coleman, outstanding LINECongratulations 1.T) Sept. 22-28. Rev. Paul McCullersof .declared winner in the junior

BOATS KEYSTONEJEWELERS Florida banker was guest Gainesville will be the evan I division with a 9 lb., 4 oz. bass
speaker at the Keystone Heights caught in Johnson Lak! !
gelist. Homecoming Day will be ..9AShakl6peare a ,
COTTAGES Rotary Club last Friday, discus- held Sunday. Sept. 28, with a ;JmvBe-w'UI; receive OF 4

RUTLEDGE'S Expert Watch Repairing sing the responsibility of a' bankto basket dinner served at noon. a prize of $25 worth of lIP
Line its community. President of to Julie Walker, Everyone welcome. 1 I tackle.
Quality Jewelry DAVISTop
1 Mi. South of KeystoneOn the Commercial Bank at Daytona 11-year-old daughter of the Lind- Herb Nelson of Keystone
Walter M. Muhlhofer
Route 100 Beach, Mr Coleman has devoted sey Walkers, for winning first TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTILAKE Heights was runner-up in the
Quality Nylon
much time to public service, bothin prize in the Girls Junior Divisionof senior division with a 7 lb., 9 oz.

his home community and in the Clay County fishing contest GENEVAby bass caught with a Lucky 13 in 6:70 X 15

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's the state at large. sponsored by the Green Cove Lake Geneva.. TIRES Slight extra chargefor

He said that a bank should be Springs C of C. ....:.....: .: (
Blanche CunninghamEvan
Women's Children's & Shoes larger sizes)
more interested in discharging its Julie won her honors with a 6

SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY obligations to the community pound, 7 oz. bass caught off the 6.... AA& .&....&&' 1 1i
than.it is in merely making'a pro- dock at her home on Lake Geneva Dykes, son of Mr. and' LEE'S DRIVEINTHEATRE With Each HOTPOINT 17-Cubic FootCHEST

Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner fit for the stockholders. Among with a black Heddon Spin Fin. It Mrs. E. C. Dykes, has been discharged -
these important obligations are: was the first "big one" she'd ever
from the U. S. Air Crops
safeguarding deposits, and lend- caught and she was almost as and will enter Jacksonville Junior
Phone 4113
ing money to promte the growth proud as her daddy, a veteran College. His wife graduated froma FREEZER

KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY and development of'the commun- fisherman. nursing schr.,l in Georgia last Keystone Heights, Fla.

ity.The Julie and the other winners month. With their baby son they
speaker was introduced by received their awards at a big I
DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE expect to live in Jacksonville.
Wat Hardenbergh. president of election night party in Spring Serving on the polls in Keystone Fri., Sat. Sept. 12, 13 :,
the Community State Bank of ---J-; ; -.
Park at Green Cove Springs.Rutledge's
T. M. Finley, clerk : ;
Day Phone Nite Phone Keystone Heights. Tuesday were WALT DISNEY'SOLD : :
SAF GAS reports
Fish Camp
4351 Mrs. B. Cooper, and Mrs. Blanche
2582 Canada at Buffalo N. Y. and attended increasing activity now that the Cunningham, from here. Also Mrs.E. YELLER \
the Canadian Exposition August doldrums have passed. !
Campbell and E. L. Southwell Few Parker, Dorothy McGuire
COOKING HEATING WATER HEATING in Toronto. Toronto is the former Gerald Gainey of Starke landeda I --
r home of Mrs. Morris and her 9 lb., 2 oz. bass in Lake Johnsonlast from Keystone Heights.C. Plus Blue Men of Morocco,

Most Complete Line of House Heating Equipment in North brother Mr. Gaunt the place week on a Slim Jim plug. W. Cuzzourt of Miami and his Featurette.

they lived after coming to this Messers McVay and Whittakerof friend, J. Brewerton of the U. S. e e te

i Florida. If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter See Us First continent from England, and before Jacksonville caught their limitof Air Corps, Albany, Ga. are spend- Sun., Mon. Sept. 14, 15

moving to Florida. From bream, and John Brasingtonof
ing their vacation here with C.
Toronto, they went to various Gainesville claimed a 7 lb. bass WALT DISNEY'SAFRICAN
,W.'s mother, Mrs. Gertrude Link.
points of interest in Canada Including from Lake Geneva, using shinersas I
MN LAKE FRONT SPECIALS -- the Government buildingsand bait. They also spent a week in the LIONPlus

gardens in Ottawa They reentered -I Mrs. Margaret Wilson of Jack- Smokey Mountains. Johnny Appleseed, Feat

White Sand Lake- A Good Investment the United States at sonville caught her third large Gene Cuzzourt brother of C. W urette.

LOTS AT Oceanburg. N. Y., and their next bass, and a 7 and three-quarter serving an enlistment in the
stop was at Clarksburg W. Va. with shiners in Lake Closed Tues. Wed. Thur.
pounder Army Reserve at Fort Jackson, S. ,
These lots They chose the Eastern Coast partof 34995TRADE
reached Geneva.
are easily require little clearing and
North Carolina en route home Business will likely continue to C. While away, his wife, the for- For Winter Season

next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958" and then back to Keystone pick up as the weather cools a mer Marie Carter, is staying with I- "

Heights. I I little. :I I her parents at Clay Hill. ;. ,.

Al-c Leslie Ridaught came i According to Mrs. Barnhill, atBarnhill's
S. E. MCK y -r REALTOR hcme on Wednesday of this week Fishing Camp on SantaFe i NO NEEDED

for a two-weeks leave or perhaps been fair. Of
Lake, fishing Your bank
longer, he hopes, with his parents,
Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209 course there are those who don't
Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Ridaught catch anything, and those who do, Down EASY TERMS
Payment -
I and his sisters. Leslie has been in IS as near t.
but that is what makes it a
Greenland for four months but
sport. Mrs. Barnhill reports '
ALL TYPES OF INSURANCEWe will now be stationed at Tampa. following catches: H. I. Lee and as your LOs CAPACITY
June and Sandra Ridaught 595
M. C. Lizinbee, of Starke, caught
write Fire, Wind Storm, all lines of Casualty Insurance two daughters of Mr. and Mrs. 50 bream on bugs; J. P. Elkins mail box ,

and Bonds. Harold Ridaught had tonsilect- and Quigley of Jacksonville, Aluminum coils on all sides bonded directlyto
5 at the Jess
cmies on Friday.
SPESIAL RATES TO DRIVERS ABLE TO QUALI. Glendale Hospital in Palatka. As got 47 bream on bugs; Albert \2i P; / aluminum liner.
25 bream on bugs: Vernon -
FY AS NON-DRINKERS is often the case, Sandy, being in Staffing Jacksonville, 19 O Two sliding baskets with off-center handlesfor
her teens, had a little harder time Griffis of We like for you to a

WALRATH INSURANCE AGENCY"AS than Junie, who is only 8. Theyare bream and 3 bass, top and weight Clyde 4 come in and see us easy lifting.

both reported as doing fine IDS.Houser; Steve of Jacksonvile Barefoot 50 bream: I I whenever you can. But + ,t S Two vertical dividers interior light, sweat-

AVAILABLE AS YOUR PHONE" now.Woman's Club Holds WorkShopOn on bugs. All of these catcnes were anytime you're too a proof exterior.

I the made at night. For daytime fish- busy to come to the a with lock-Automatic temperature -
Phone 2731 '';;'" Keystone Heights, Fla. Wednesday Sept. 3. Safety Latch
Keystone Heights, Woman's Club ing, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Biellingof bank, it's quick and '1 ; control.

met at the Club house for a preplanning Lake Butler got 31 bream on easy to bank by mail. _
I workshop type of meet- worms. Don Barry and son of

,Lumber' Hardware Paint ing, involving the various commit- Jacksonville, 14 bream and one BANKING HOURS Mon. thru Thurs.

BUIUHN0SUPPUES I Cement Concrete Blocks tees year.and The their meeting work for began the coming at 10a bass Jacksonville on worms., Capt.6 bass C.on L.shiners Ramesof : 9:00 A.M. 2:00 P.M. We\ Meet All Advertised PricesREDFEARN'S

Precast U Lintels m.. with President Mrs. Roy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mendell of DRIVE-IN WINDOW Mon thru'Thurs.

Watkins presiding. Mrs. Watkins Jacksonville 50 blue gills and 9:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M.

All Lengths introduced the various committee warmouth on worms.
.,. FRIDAYS 9:00 A.M. 6:00' P.M.
I- chairmen, who,.in turn, each introduced -

Mrs. Watkins also HEIGHTS, FLA
members. KEYSTONE.
ROY W. TYRE pointed out the aims of the organization J. R. Smith pastor. Ralph THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA

to give the feeling of Copeland Minister of Music and
Phone 9391 Keystone Heights, Fla.
BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSEPhone direction. Following the general! church organist. Friendly Bank in a Friendly ,Community

assembly, each committee retiredto Services: Sunday School 9:43a. :
I Keystone Heights,
2741 Keystone Heights; Fla. a different part of the club to ; m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Member F.D.LC. Where Service Is
outline' its work for the year. Training Union 6:45 p. m. Even-1 I
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I ." .. .I THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1953

,vv..VT?VVVIVvvvV- Sept. 12. at 7:30: at the Parish been visiting relatives In West r Carol Bleha. daughter of Mr. and IffffffYYYYYtVYYYTTYYYftPINE

MELROSE House. Cubs, prospective Cubs, and Virginia. Mrs. Edward Bleha. Following this '

...- parents are invited. Refreshmentswill Family Picnic holiday he will return to his base I l :LEVEL;

: tA AAA4AA&ALAAAAkAAAAAAAA be served. Several new dens I A family picnic was held recently at The 'Greenland where he

Continued are being added this year.A at the homes of Mrs. Ma- has been stationed for some time.; _
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beard meeting of the Junior bel Bayless and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conneen and

J. O. Dann entered the Gaines- Woman's Club of Melrose.was,held ,;Roy ,Jordan on Lake Rosa near son, Peter spent Friday night. sa, StUD- ii
vile Hospital Wednesday. On Tuesday at the home of President I'I Melrose. Saturday and Sunday at Trade
Mrs. Gilbert Reed. Plans for the Winds Motel Beach. Soil Conservation We are having a great Revival -
Monday night Mrs.: Clarence 1 i Among the guests were Mrs. near Crescent
'w Mann entered Baptist Memorial opening meeting were completed. i Bayless' fcur sisters Mrs. Laura They were joined on Saturday by N-E-W-S Meeting at Pine Level Baptist
I .
Hospital in Jacksonville. It__ will be. a card party, honoring Cubtedge, St. Augustine; Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson and I' I I Church this week conducted. by -

The young people of the Baptist prospective members. All juniorsare C. Middleton and her husband of son Herbert. On Sunday afternoon Soil Conservation Service I Rev. Bill Compton of Decatur,

Church enjoyed a visit at the urged to attend and bring,their Clearwater; Mrs. Ella Morrow, the Louis Muir family stopped by Ala.We
home of Miss Brenda McGuire guest.The party is scheduled Tues- Madison, and Mrs. Eva Thomas, {or a visit, en route from Daytona By Bill Baas By G. T. Huggins are glad to report that our

on Lake Swan. They spent the day, Sept. 9,at 8 p. m. at the Melrose St. Augustine. Beach to Keystone Heights.Mr. County AgentScrewWoman pastor is much improved after
..1 afternoon skiing clubhouse.Mrs. and Mrs. Weldon Misen- The Board of Supervisors for I several days illness. He attended
swimming and Other relatives attending the ( the Bradford Soil .
-- picnicking. I Lola Beeman left Fridayfor picnic included: Mr. and Mrs. hieiner! and daughter Lynne, of 1 District held Conservation Reminder producers that are carrying on aj I church last night.

..-., Miss Susie Robinson of Jack'sonvflle Tallahassee attend the wed-. Frances Middleton, Clearwater; Brev rd, N. C., spent\ several days':monthly meeting their it Lloyd 'Green'shome. regular I Weibetieve that the screw worm gocd program. Each is a little I I Miss Kay Haislop. Mrs. Ella

spent the weekend with ding of her grandson, Edgar Boothof Bobbie Middleton. South Carolina; this week with Mr .and Mrs. Those eradication program is as widely!different as adapted to their con. I I Haislop and Mrs. Inez Kelly were
her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Homestead, to Miss Anne Caw- Mrs. Lorane Middleton and; two Charles iicGlave and their daughtErs -I Shi Smith. Sam ,were and:known:! and well accepted as any ditions. One thing they all agreeon I back with us after a two weeks
thon of Tallahassee. The weddingwas oh Lake Geneva. I' McGarvey is that good animals and man- I vacation spent with relatives in
Robinson bur-
and her brotherinlawand daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Car- 'LJoyd Green Supervisors t.I program we ',have ever had. !
,sister, Mrs. Richard Logsdon. Saturday.Mrs. nie Morrison and family all of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dudley of 'Hugg IS., Secretary, Bill Haas;_ G.and'Leon ing: the last three weeks there had agement are the two essentials. I Miami.

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lutz have Lottie Wallace has returned Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Kenton Los Angeles, CaL, spent i 1 last weekend -: Carter, Soil; 'Conservation been less than ten confirmed Two most recent visits were to Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and

returned to their bon In Gainesville to her home in Jacksonvilleafter Morrison, St. Augustine; Mr. with their gOOd friend AxelMalmgren Service., 'cases each week in the state. All I Marvin Rosier's out from Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Thomas and _

::: after spending the summer. spending last month with and Mrs. G. A. Bayless and son on Lakevi 'Y Drive. The I A report on the District's. activities I ol these have been in South Florida. -'and John Dukes' in the New River I family have returned home after

on HuttsonLate.. Mrs. E. W. Steinert.Mr. Perry; Mr. and Mrs. Sieve Jay Dudleys are seeing Florida. from for August -was given.. The One case was confirmed recently section. Marvin is a Landrace visiting relatives at Plant City

v' Mrs. Earl Hartsfield and daugh- and Mrs. Lester Price entertained and daughter of Melrose: Mrs. the Pan-Handle to Key West, hitting report showed that Soil and water in Walton 'County. This i Breeder. Now if you want to see 1 I Tampa, and Lakeland. Mr and

ter, Susan, arc visiting Mrs. Hart-: their aunt, Mrs. Rosa Louie Thomas and family and /all points of t i interest. conservation! farm i fclans>l were was ha a dog and the dog had what is meant by meat type hogs, Mrs. Lewis were accompaniedhome :

sfield's parents Mr. and Mrs. Brantley- of Grandin a couple of Jerry Higdon. all of St. Augustine -, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Dawson prepared for E. L. w l rson. 102acies come in from South Florida. The just visit Marvin's place. You'll by Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
John L. 'Harpe and family. days last,week. ; Mr. and Mrs. Mac Mathews returned to their hoine In Lafce ;. Ethan Sapp, 196 acre W, case: was reported, action, wastaken see hogs of all ages and they look Fouts of Lakeland.
: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allen andS Mrs. John Tyler Mrs. Gus and family of Gainesville; Mrs.I Geneva last Sunday evening after A. Tyler, 45 acres; Leonard GrifHs. I and no flies were allowed to kinda like the sausage style dogs. i Mrs. Ethel LaRoche and daughter -

children Cindy and Terry, visited i Alderman and Laurie Aldermanare Ethel Brockman of Grandin: and a fabulous trip to the North West. 15 acres; Frank Gladi ux, 30. hatch. I,You can sse the making of really Josephine of Townsend Ga
home after spending a weekat They went by c rth Fo 1t ia-ori ". and recent visitors of Mr. and
: friends in Melrose last week. Allen Mrs. Link Parnell and daughterof acres. Now the .reminder-if you havea lean hams pork chops. 'were
Instructor Ridgecrest, N. C. at a Baptist Lake Geneva, to visit Mrs: daw- I :Mrs. W. C. Ward. Also visited
former agriculture Jchn Dukes is raising
a Pinnetta. of i hogs just
Tse soil, survey for the Conser- case worms, you will be helpIng i
: at Melrose Sigh'School, is now a Convention.Miss There were 44 present. All enjoyed son's sister, for a few days. Leaving v toii Needs 'Inventory has t been> the program if you will re- for slaughter. John has some 'with! the H. M. McRaes.
supervisor of the'division: of Man Margaret Janes is home theft car in Milwaukee, they I 'port nice duroc and i James A. McRae, son of.Mr,
0 I the day boat riding, skiing, c6mplet i L to us. If it is not convenient I mighty gilts SOwi
Institute. after spending the summer in the I' flew to Seattle to visit other relatives : i and Mrs. J. W. McRae is now
val Arts at Apalachicola ,
: I swimming eating, and Just visit- Charles Young, Soil Scientist to report or a visitSto be made and will follow a duroc-landrace
They were guests in Plant City of:. northern states. She visited ing. ..,Whilg ill Seattle, they visited for the Soil Conservation Service, right away, please take a few cross. John can give you some !stationed at Key West. He has
their parents before coming to friends and relatives and worked Mt. Rdhier: Park"; and were good pointers in growing hogs. He been stationed in Louisana.
and Victoria made, soil and capability maps of the maggots. put them in ajar I
Meirose.a most of the time while there. YTTYYTTYTTTYTYfYYTTTYTTTKEYSTONE driven td Vancouver for B. Whitehead of'clean water says he needs a telephone exten-
; A.. ,, Pit N w- for us. They I NOTICE TO DEFEND
The first Cub Pack.109 meeting Rev. and Mrs. James Neale and British Columbia, returning via some, Mr Maude Wainwright, will keep there in good condition sion down to the hog pens because In Clrrult Court Drndfurd. CoutT.Florldai .

of the year will be held Friday, son Jimmy are home. They havePAUL'S ferry atid car. They also l spent flew five to Pete Grifis,, S. .Harley A. B. till we can pick them up. there is where he is most of the I T Smllhson la Chancery.TMary Plaintiff vs. Edward

HIGHLIGHTS Yellowstone days on a guided Park tour.Snd Then back. Norm, J. J. Parker, and Leo C.Chaifii1on Farm Bureau Success daylight time. Management is his Smith>on. Defendant Case No 12-61S _

,_ The Farm Bureau annual meet- key. .Notlrt To AppearsTo
bjf plane, jwfier? "
to Milwaukee '
I. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA __, James Ornamentals and Insects : Edward mithson whose residence -
SUNDRIt Norris Area .Engineer ing was well attended and enjoyed _
I they picked u their cir and drove_ I and address is: Unknown.
[Continued From Page One] Keystone Heights{ aft r i for the Soil Conservation .Ser- by a lot of people.) Nobody went A new bulletin from the Agricultural You are hereby notified that a
back to Extension Station is suit for divorce _
vice, mdde checks the A. C. P. home
with Mrs. dawson's on wanting more fish and has been tiled against you In the
Melrose ..-yherFriends Meet] After luncheon there was another a few mote; flays Erectices i thdi lyere completed.Jlequest h s1)i>uiipies.: In recognizing a few yours for asking. It is written and above named Court and cause and

general meeting, at which' time sister. for {fiSfi tbt stock a of those who worked to i make this illustrated so that you can use it, of you your are answer required or pleading serve a to copy the -

FOUNTAIN RENTAL, LIBRARY MAGAZINES each committee reported on its smlll pond( of ii. O. Harrell was evening a, success we did! fail to re- to identify most of the Insects' complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney
activities. Chairmen of the various ctlde.Ten. that bother your ornamentals, Joseph K. Skipper, :221!:! Florida _
St ANDES'ctifcfcfctt t 1&AL 90ghize Mrs.,, Foster Shi Smith Title Building. Jacksonville 2, Fla.
committees for the coming cooperators used the Dis- for baking about 250 Congo Call us or come in and pick uj:I and file the original In the office

: Insurance Our Only Business'WE ; year will be: Legislative Chairman The Rev. Allan B tt. Minister.Sunday ,. irl t'S iOtc3- 1ower and 'one used. squares for dessert. Now I didn'tknow I this bulletin. or of the before Clerk the of 22 the day Circuit of September Court on,

Mrs. A. F. Crosby; Member- Service: d:0fr: ,a.. m. the fertilizer spreader. what Congo squares were 1958; otherwise the allegations of
ship, Mrs. E. P. Aiken Program,1 CARD OF THANKSTo said Complaint will be taken as
; Requests.for a Soil and Water till wife got
: WRITE ALL FORMS Parish Night Supper: First my me straightenedout. confessed by you.
Mrs. Wm. B.' Dawson; Pubhcity, Thursdays. $::30 p. m. Conservation Farm Plans were i If there is, one of you who those who expressed theii, This notice snail! oe published
OF INSURANCE for four consacu
: each
Mrs. George M. Schaeffer sympathy in so many beautifu:I once
: Social. made by L. C. Sapp, James Gen- does not know call me. I can assure tlve weeks In the Bradford County
Mrs. S. E. McKay- ; Historian, Miss I COMMUNITY CHURCH,OF try, and Otis Leach. Their land you one' thing, the four I ate and practical ways during our recent Telegraph.

REYNOLDS Cleva Carson; Librarian, Mrs.I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS lines are located on aerial photo- were sure good. bereavement we extend oui]r (OFFICIAL Dated this SKAL 14 day) of August, 1158. _

Carl Wistrup; House; Mrs. Harold Rev. J. Russell Young, Minister. graphs and a request for soil and Poultry Parasites heartfelt thanks and appreciationThe CHARLES A. 1R ?Y. _

INSURANCE AGENCY Sutton; Appointment book. Mrs. Dr. James D.; Pait. Organist capability maps has been made. There have always been family of W. J. [Jack!I Marian Clerk of L. the Crosby Circuit, Deputy CourLBy Clf' _

Herbert Nelson: Finance, Mrs. H. Choir Director.Services The Soil Conservation District with external parasiteson problems Goodge. _ 8-21 4t 9-11- _
I. Stevens Bazaar Mrs. George : Church School 9:4: : ---- ---
bases all their information, thatis material
: poultry and what
PHONES Phelps; and Welfare, Mrs. Bert a.m. Morning Worship 11 am.St. put in a farm plan on the soil would kill them. There is still the OPENING IN STARKE SOON !
: Office 2442 Home 2701 Christoffers, Sr. [temporaryl.About .
and capability map. It takes considerable -
Wffiam's Catholic Chapel matter of lice, mites, ticks and
Keystone Heights, Fla. 27 ladies attended this interesting 'Keystone Heights time and effort to pre- fleas on poultry. A fairly new material -

-ia- Notice: meeting. Sunday Mass at 8:30 a, m. pare 'a complete soils map for -Malathion, will kill them I' 1 Gal. or 1 IQt. of Paint FREE!
farm front
Holyday.Mass at 7:00: a. m. your so get impatient. all. If used according to direction,

WELL% DRilLING Pumps Service Geneva'IJ1 Keystone Home Demonstration Heights Lake Club Tuesday Mass at 8:00: i.. m. The Soil Conservation Service it is not toxic to birds. Parasitescan WITH EACH ONE YOU BUY

Confessions before all Masses. can. g ve you spot, informationfeefore : retard growth or egg pro-
has reorganized, and is interested Baptisms, marriaees and instructions ) 'a coinplete soil and water duction. Regular inspections of "We Eliminate the Middleman's Profit"We
: obtaining new members. If yoUr by appointment. conservation farm plan is prepared the birds, is good practice.
f interested in homeimprovement : for your farm. Good Hogs Pay Still Can Serve You In Gainesville Store

Prompt Service Free EstimatesRALPH r cooking.,, sewing, and the TV. .. .; We hav "a number of good hog

Heights, to that effect.
This club is a member of the TfTVTTTVTTTTfTVTfTVTTTTtGSLEY 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville FR 6-7588,
Clay County Council of Home ; !
Demonstration Clubs. It LAKEBY !F !ii
: P. o. Box 528 Melrose; Fla. 4-H Clubs sponsorsthe By DaneAAAAAA4AAAALAAAAAAAAAAAA By Verble AndersonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
I for Boys and Girls ,
i.- DYES; the only requirement to Miss Kay Drake will be honored Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rowe have .
_i- become a member is that you attEnd with i
a linen
on bought the former O. W. Davis I
two consecutive meetings and Saturday Sept: 13. at 8 p. m. at house on Griff is Loop and movedin The Sunday School annual picnic Jim Walter
will be held at White
enroll. ALL HOMEMAKERS ARE Springs Corp
I G.E APPLIANCES: .-- RADIO & T.V. WELCOME. Mrs.the home T. L.of Drake her parents in Florahome., Mr. and Saturday. We are glad to have Sept.. 20.- Those who go will enjoy .I. .
as our neighbors and
: Sales and Service Meetings are held on the 3rd The hostess will be Mrs. Faye Atkinson seeing Stephen Foster Memorial. -I
come them to our church.
Wednesday of the month, at 10a. ..
; PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL, CONTRACTING m. and last only two hours, Paul of Jacksonville.Mrs. Hubner of.Florahome | Matthew Griffis won $25 as Sunday School will be held in "World's Largest Home Builders"
prize for catching the biggest fish
the the old building next Sunday with
including demonstration .
Jacuzzi Home Water, Systems paid a visit to Grand 1i last -a9poundbass.
: which is by the County Home Demonstration worning Worship in the new
: WELL DRILLING 2 TO 4 IN. Agent. This lady can Thursday there. afternoon to see friends Miss Mary Brown has returned' building. Dedication services will WILt BE IN STARKE

help you buy the best clothing for Claude home after visiting in Jackson be at 2 p.m. We hope for a large
Vore. of

: .: MANN Plumbing & Electric Co. she your can family help at you the STRETCH lowest prices that: exp ctS 'to citizens"make one a of.trip yiorahonje our soon progressive to-, I i I ville.Mrs. Mona Clark is visiting her attendance.Mr.. and.Mrs. O. F. Semeir Sr. EACH' THURSDAY

food dollar:: and still serve appetizing Mexico. daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Carter in spent Labor Day in Jacksonville ,
and nourishing meals. i Jacksonville. I visiting their daughters. AT

Box 353; Melrose- ,, Fla.- Ph. GR 5-2563 You should be.interested in the transacting Mrs. Clifford business G. Miller Grandin- was Mrs. C. C. Jones and children Mrs.: C. Belle Elder visited In

display! of Christmas Suggestions Friday afternoon. visited Mrs. Edna Jones this week. Jacksonville last Wednesday.Miss STARKE HARDWARE CO.

at the'meeting on> Sept 17, at Winifred Cottle of Wood-
Miss,Kay Drake made a shopping Mp-tle Priest had two letters
: the Keystone Heights Woman's' trip.' to Jacksonville Friday from'her! grandson, James'E,": bine, Ga. spent the weekend with 8:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M.
S I Club at 10 a. m. I returning to Florahome that Bowers who is stationed' in LeI her parents Mr. and Mrs. David
Your wishes to I Cottl
evening. banon. He is expected to arrIvein I 9
remind you that her number is Master Edward Varnes, grandson the States" Oct; 2. He is the son'I The Pearl Todd" YWA will meet

t Keystone Heights, 4127 and she of Mrs. V rnes of Florahome: of Mrs. Ruth Noegel and he Is. Thursday Sept. 17, at 7:30 p.m. For Appointments Call
would like to hear from you. If with the U. S. at the home of Mrs. E. M. Norton.
left the first of last week for Navy.
have any news, let us know: Choir practice will be 7:30
you There at
was singing at
Georgia where he entered Gordon Mrs. Mc-
JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector
our'crystal ball' is'"out- of order. 'Military College in Barnesville for Kinney's house this week. p.m., Tuesday at the church. I -

Thank youDaughterBorn" the, fall term. Prayer meeting was at Mrs.: guess Mark'Moore will be bidding
To Lex Baker's them "good6 -
e" he enters U
'1 : Mr.: and Mrs. Douglas Benedictand Smith's house. Mrs. Smith is ill' as
Mr. and Mrs. Lex Baker are the of P'next Monday.In .
r infant daughter from Orange Mrs. Edna Jones Mrs. Mattie
g1Th proud parents: of a daughter born spite of 'the rain 21 guests .
HI Lake were calling on Grandin Griffis, Mrs. Ira Wilson and Mrs.
.I at the Bradford' County Hospitalon friends the first of last week. Lizzie McKinney attended. attended the stork shower honor- "If It's A Quality Home /
I Wednesday evening; Sept: 31,] a tag' Mrs. Shirley Mooreat the
Linda Brookins _
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bayless was guest of
II I few minutes after 8 p. m. The and son, Master Jerry, fronf Perry Patsy O'Brian Sunday. ._ home of Mrs. Evelyn Bradley. Refreshments It's A Jim !Walter Home"
child-named Christinia Marie- mints
were peanuts,
were visiting Mrs. Ethel Brock- Mr. and Mrs. Johnny .McNeal I
is the Baker's first. Mrs. Bakeris :
and Hawaiian punch.
i i1
'of man, Mrs. Bayless' mother, at her were Sunday guests of Mr. and -- -
the:former Jeanette Knight
.' home in Grandin over the Labor Mrs. Thomas O'Brian.
: '
; {: Marville.
: !
Boatdrain Baptist Church
Day weekend.
:' r-,: : 11 Honeymooners ReturnMr. John F. Herring Jr. spent Friday Sunday School 10 a. ni.'MorD.ingWorship'I
;; \
-i:: L. Jr. -
and Mrs. H. Morgan. ; a. .
: night with his mother Mrs. m. Training'Union'j
4' at home following a hOney- I
are John P. Herring Sr. His nephews 7 p. m! enlng"Woijp 8"p.: in.Me I
:1 Rehoboth Beach and ,
moon !
Meeting'Wednesday Wj-
Prayer night
Jimmy and David Rye, went home
Wilmington, Del.: The couple were "
:. to Jacksonville with'him the next 7:30 p. m.: Every'welcome! Pastor,!
married Saturday morning, August Rev. Orville Bio kuis. -
morning for visit.
"And the best Mabe 16, at the first Nuptial Mass "
the :
party William's Mrs. Ercell Sap .and Mrs. Mar- Our Coming will be Oct.
ever to be said at St.

will know how Church' in Keystone Heights. garet to Stewart made a shoppingtrip Friday 1.Mr Evecr'one. 'and Mrs.welcome.Rex Brookins of
neighbors never Father Cornelius Dougherty, Keystone Heights
s : r ... Dr. C. J. Houpt did not open Cocoa and: Mrs. Phillip Sullivanof Good.Siash: Pine ConesUNOPENED

little we paid for our big Mercury." pastor starting, performed atf 9:30 a.the m. The ceremony bride, his office time in last Grandin week because at his of regular a Mrs.Jacksonville Orville Brookins'visited'this Rev.:week.and;

is the former Ellen Jane Furry, -
business trip to Jacksonville but Eugene Griffis was Sunday '
C. Furry,
daughter of Mrs. Anna ,
late the office was open this week 'afthe guest of Mr. and Mrs.'Roy Griffis.
DeL and the
of New Castle. I
usual hour, Wednesday after Mrs.'R i Brookins and mother,
Thomas N. Furry. Mr., Morgan Is
noon. Mrs\ Edgar; Dukes visited, Rev: ( )
and Harry
of Mr. Mrs.
the son '
and Mrs. Orville Brookins.
1:; ; L. Morgan. Sr., of Wilmington Orville'Brookins -

:e. L Del.Mrs.. John J. Randolph, of Wilmington : : wedding shower in honor of Delivered To Bradford Woodyard

.. : sister of the bride, was HIGHLAND} Mrs., Mrs.Ray Arnold Brookins."Griffis and 'granddaughter County

of honor, while Edward .
Cafo Jean 'will -
: celebrate -
i A:3. Conneen, of Keystone Heights, Ujr Un. Lacy Nornua their 1 birt1,days'Monday., .
was the best man. !

.' PRICES START BELOW 42 MODELS OF "LOW-PRICE 3" After a wedding breakfast the &4AALAL4A AAAAAA AAAAALL4A, i- : ;
couple left for their trip north., Mr. and MrS' M. L. Thompson and relatives in Jacksonville last TOP CASH PRICES PAID

; Mrs. Morgan Jr.. is a former Du- of Jacksonville visited the Lace? week. _

U Pont employee and worked for Normans Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R, E. Sapp and : ,/

the company In Wilmington,,DeL and Mrs. L. N. Norman hada children of Green Cove Springs : ,
"ERCUlIYel Mr. Morgan, also an employee of ? 'weekend guests Mr: and Mrs. visited Mr., and Mrs. Lacy Nor- OR CALL W. C. POWELL'f- t
; with"the Trail Ridge'p1 Floyd Norman ,
.l DuPont, is and Mr. and Mrs. man. -
Dt lo ated at1 Camp Blandin.Aic Charles 'Mosley, 'all of Jackson Guess everbody has been missing Il" '

Oather Queen armed Tuesday ville. 'my wee bit""of 'neWs" but '1 .

:: hIFF! MERCURY MOTORS Sept. 24 to spends" 15-day': Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mosely have been in the hospital with a PHO E .WO:

leave with his' wife and two I and children spent Sunday in severe bum., Hope everybody goes

: Ph4OStarke. ,. Fla: Court;'&: Jefferson Sts!: daughters in Keystone, Airman Callahan, with the Oscar Vanzants.: to Church and Sunday.'School\l":

,Queen is married to the former Mrs. Ruth Marr-visited friends,''ibis Sunday. __ _-. -.. _.



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.. .. .. .- eI ... : r ": re' sWpr7:30.'p: fit MicrreeK Prayer BAPTIST* CUUBCH Premilienaial '- Fundamental Starke./J10rlda Sunday tScl or, ifr at'ifr.: Miming -
,4.- Sunday ;. loa:; m.$; MornIng J.' Senior.' Wednesday 7:30 p. in.; Sunday School!. 10 a. m. Morning Missionary Seven miles south of Sunday Mass at 10 a. m: Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday
r : Worship, 1\;' a... m.; Evaagfrllatic Everyone: welcome.. Worship, 11 a. m.. Training Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack- Bolyday; Masses at 8:30: a. m. & Evening: Service.: 7:45 p4! nv YPB
.. .service* 7:80. m. Union, 6:30: WoshIp7:30'p. '
CHURCH NEWS po p.- p.' m. Evening -> ham pastor. 5:30: p. m.Weekday. Service Wednesday: p. m.
; Wednesday Prayer Meeting i CHURCH OF JESUS CllRISTLA'l'TEA' ; .:m., Prayer MeetingWednesday '
Prayer Meeting VWay, 7:45, p. m.
7:30 '7:30 'me 'SundaY'School. 10 a. m.. Wor- Mass. at 8:00: a. m. I -' .
p. p. Everyone
'LA"I1Y T"
DAY SAINTSServicea :
welcome.-Rev. Gerald. Suggs, pas ship, 11 a. m. Training Union, 7 Confessions: Saturday. 7 to 8
0'At BJWAY CHAPEL : each Sunday in old tor. p. m:, Evening Worship, 8 p!; m. P. nt: '-.' Sunday School, 10 A. m. Morn
Masonic Hall on.E. Call St. Sun- I .lug 11 Service -
Wednesday I Baptisms marriages and Instructions Worship a. m. YP8
ASSEMBLY OF GOD Prayer. meeting -
I day School ,11'm.\ .
The Tabernacle, Methodist i Church! 'ar"borne. PastorSunday'Schoolid [ts rVici ft:30: p. m.; Everyone Sacrament we]; FAITH'" BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30, p.'m.Everyone. I by appointment.. Saturday, 7:30:: p. m.
; a. in! MornIng fewtey welcome, I
Morris Brackman' Jr., guest' of Church Schol, 9:45: a. m. Morn- Worship'H a.: m. Evan ells- come A. E. Massey.;Pastor EVERGREENBAPTIST HETLBRONN. 1 M141OKABTaPTIST

The Tabernacle for two weeks, ing worship, 11 a. m. with nursery I tIc' Service: ,'7:45;: p. m. Thursdayweekly HAJIPTON Bible school, r 10, a. m. BROOKER BAPTIST; CHURCH. Schoof CHURCH' CHURCH
left Sunday 10'"a.
Tuesday Chattanooga provided for small children. Also prayer service. InviCa- CHRISTIAN 'CHURCH 11 Sunday School Ii. n. m.:,mora"- m. Preach Sunday Schoor 10 a. m. Morning -
Y Preaching, a. m.
Tenn. to enroll in Tennessee i tag 11 a. m. Training Union
Junior Church starting this Sunday tion. 'extended' to everyone. Christian Endeavor Frlday 7.M Evening Service 7:30 p. m. tug worship, 11 a. m.; training : Worship 11 a. m. Evening
m. 7:39
Temple College for the Preaching
coming for MYF at K1MGSXJE7 LAKE p. yn'PrayerMeeting Worship, 7:30: m. Training
young people. 7 m. worship p.
Bible Bible p. ; evening
p. m. Study. Wednesday Study and Prayer :Meet: ..-:
Wednesday 7:30 :
6:30: and Evening Worship MISSIONARY BAPTIST* 8 p. m.LAWTEY : Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. MidWeek -
p. '
year.An 7:30: p. D*"Sunday, Morning Wor ing, 7:30: pm., Wednesday.Radio p.m.
interesting illustrated story
8 p. m. Morning'Worship broad- 'Suiaay drool. 9:45 'a.m."Mom-; ship, 11 a. m.: 8 r 8:30 of Prayer Meeting Wednesday
Evening to Wednesday-Hour
"The Two Ways", has been Worship program, : a. Prayer,, CHURCH OF CHRIST 7:30
prepared pjn.
cast each Sunday 11:30 to 12. tog vcrshlp 11 a.m. Evening i
for the Youth 7:30'p.(! m. Bible School, 10 a. m. n. each Sunday over station. 8P.m. (presently meeting 'In City Hall
Meeting Prayer Meeting and Bible Study Service 7:30: ,pjnl: Prayer Meettof:1 tfRGR. Starke., )
Saturday -night also several new Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m.,I HIGHLAND
each Wednesday 7:30: p. m. in. each'Wednesday 7:30 pan. Every* GRAHAM CHURCH OF CHRISTC.
choruses. The young people and Fellowship Hall. one"-welcome:! Rev. H. H. M ott, BAPTIST; CHURCH NEW RIVER L. Overtoil ';Jr., Minister worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung. I. BAPTIST CHURCH.'
children invited to attend people's Bible School 9:45
are Sunday : a. m.
these meetings. The regular monthly meetingof 'pastor. Sunday SclK>o 10 a. m. Morn- BAPTIST. CHURCH Sunday -: Sunday School, 10 study, 7; preaching, 7:30.: Morning Worship. 11 a. m. andt:30
the WSCS will be1 held tit 10a. Worship '111' a.: m. Training Sunday School, 10' a. nt, morning '
The a. m. Worship serVIce 11 L m.. Wednesday-Bible study 7:30P each
Sunday service m. Prayer Meeting
was under the direction morning of the m. Tuesday, Sept. il>, in the AIR PARK BAPTIST COTJBCB-Ifn& 8:30.p. m. Evening Wor Hour' 11 'a. m. Evening Serv.ce evening service, 6:30'p.. m. m. Wednesday p. 7:30''po: in =;:; rtevi
church sanctuary. All women: in- Sunday School: a. m.; Morn- 7:30: p. m- Rev:" W.. O. 7 p. m. Praver Meeting sad Wednesday Bible study 7:30, Radio Program Station George CkLsm Everybody
sponsor terested are invited to join the rag Worship 11 a. nu Training ; Sr.."pastor: Wednesday17:30:; p.m. p. m. 1 WRGR Monday, Q:3p a, m. welcome. pastor.
Presbyterian Church group.
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ages.6 p., m.11 9:45::a.Evening m.a.;m.Youth: Worship Morning Fellowships Worship 7:30: -I I Rev.Youth Sunday J.Churcn School E. Sherwood,, 7 10 p.m.a.m., pastor "\'im. .1f000pro: (ems. to Chu r(h 1his. ttJ.ecli.- ..J /('

Wednesday Prayer Meeting,
t p.m.Wed.. Junior Choir practice. 7:30: p.m.Adult .. ;. '---. --; .._.. '. ;,_... :.. n : ..... . .. .-- {r -- A
3:30': p. m.Thurs. Choir practice 6:45: : p.m.. ,
Men of Suwannee Wednesday.
Ladies 1st and 3rd
Council .
Presbytery Fall rally at Camp
Tuesday nights.Everybody .
Montgomery. 6 p. m. Dr. J. R. "I
Cijnningham{ guest speaker.. welcome to each .
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Holy Communion-First, Sunday >
a"xariqt 11:00: a.m.; Third Sunday,
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yyyynyyyY/yyyyy'yyyyyIIEILBRONN/ lins' second grade won the room' young girls organized a G. A. Janice Conner and Judy.Haislop I: the Reno Theatre on iVriday Church, Jacksonville. Music will I at 11 a. m. Love Feast will be I.ing crowd attended the baptismal

count prize. Mrs. Mullins was also The WMU program for the attended the Sing at Sardis last I:Sept. 19 at 7:30: p. m. for the be furnished by C. C. Anderson I held at this hour. Evening serviceat I services on last Sunday which
in charge of the interesting program evening was entitled "Christian Sunday. :Stewards of Allen Chapel. "THE Junior High Teachers, New Bethel 7:30: p. m. Holy Communion. included a native son Deacon and

having the main topic discussed Missions." Mrs. Ernie Johns gave Glad to have Mr. and Mrs. Alan BLOOD OF JESUS. A small, donation Choir No. n. and Bro. Linwood will be given by the pastor. All Mrs. E. R. Shell. Hawthorne is
by Principal Nolin. This the devotional and opening pray- Land of Jacksonville at church will be asked at the d tfr. Crawford of Mt. Zion, Lawtey. members are asked to attend and still burning from the.gospel mes-
By Sirs. Harvey McCarthyJAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA subject was the new report cards,! ei. Those taking part in the interesting Sunday. They were dinner guestsof The Missionary Society will rrkeet: The Ground Breaking ceremonywill discharge full duty for the church. sages preached by Rev. Crum.

that will be issued this year. program were, Mrs. Mrs. Land's brother-in-law and Sunday at 4:30: p. m. at the hctme be lead by Re'. C. A. Crum, Visitors are always welcome Vera i
after which light refreshmentswere Jimmie Lee. Mrs. Morris Carter. old former pastor of the church. Coleman reporter. )' '
Howdy folks guess by today sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby of Mrs. Sarah Morris on the 'GOT A -
not all the politicans are as gay served. Those seeking mem Mrs. R. 'L. Morgan and Yours of Starke. Lawtey Road., Business of importance Each member and friend will Galilee Baptist Church

as they were the first of the week. bership into the PTA were given Truly Mrs. Darby Gaskins offer- Sorry to hear that Mrs. Kenneth all members are ash ed be asked to pay$1 for each shovel : Galilee Baptist Church, Hawthorne _
But after all everyone can't be a the opportunity to do so at the ed the closing prayer. Aftet whicha Eixson underwent surgeryat to be present. Visitors are always I of dirt at that time. At 7 p. m. was the scene of a very SUMMER COLD
close of the meeting. Mrs. Vernon short business meeting was held Alachua General Hospital in welcome. The building fund rally will con successful revival meeting last
winner somebody has to bow to _
defeat. Hope all of our good neigh Silcox Membership Chairman with Mrs. R. L. Morgan presiding. Gainesville last Friday. We all Plan now to attend ''T I IE i tinue at Antioch Church where. week which was conducted by our TAKE r

bors voted Tuesday, It is a privilege urges all to join. The membershipfee Good preaching, singing and pray for her speedy recovery. FEAST OF THE SEVEN TABLIJS" I all solicitors will be asked to own Rev. C. A. Crum, custodianof for ___
is only fifty cents per parentfor fellowship await you at Heilbronn I make a final and ccmplete report. RJE
and honor as well as our dutyas Also regret to learn of the ser sponsored by the Missionary J'So:: pastor or Abeline \
the school Try and come Baptist Church. Preaching Sun. The results will be released to the symptomaticUUUREUEF
year. Church
freedom loving Americans.The ious illness of Aunt Laura Mosley ciety of the Lake City District on Baptist Putnam Hall.
elementary PTA met in the tq the next meeting which will day mornings and evening by our .of Starke. She is the aunt of Fred Friday. Sept. 26 at Allen Chapel, paper next week. May we thank Rev. Crum was able to save 16

Elementary Cafeteria at' Starke be the first Tuesday in October pastor Rev. Walter Lee. Prayer Haislop and Mrs. 'Louise Ward. High Springs. Get your ticket early you in advance for. your presence persons of which 13 were candi _
being October 7, meeting every Wednesday night and avoid the rush. .Evening and cooperation. dates for baptism. A record break I I
last to have Rev.
Tuesday evening. Presiding Mrs. Cornelius Moore, Publicity and choir practice on Friday We were glad service will he held at 6 m. I New Bethel Baptist Church .
during the first meeting of the Thompkins, State Prison chaplain, p. -
Chairman for the High School I evenings. Enjoy the congregational Prayer service each Thurso'ay t New Bethel Baptist Church,
jear was the newly elected president at our church Sunday night.
PTA requests High School parentsto singing with chorister, Russell -
night at 7:30.: All members sire Rev. A. B. Vinson, pastor will
Mrs Hatcher. Opening the attend the first and big High Redding assisted by .Mrs. R. We extend a hearty welcome to urged to attend and bring a hold regular service starting with ,

meeting Mrs Hatcher made a School PTA meeting next Tues L. Morgan Jimmie Lee and little Jimmy Crosby and wife back to friend.Sister E. J. Givens, tre-[ Sunday School, Supt. S. W. Han-
speech of appreciation to those day, September 16. At this time, Ray Norman with Miss Barbara their places in church. Jimmy porter. kerson in charge. Morning wore

who elected her to this important a program entitled "Back To Jean Norman at the piano. Hear has been patient at Edwards Memorial .Mount Calvary Baptist Church ship at 11 a. m. with music by .

office. Followed by the Devotional, School" will be presented with our special singers, Miss Joyce Hospital in Tallahassee for Chuixh.Rev. choir No. II, Deacon Willie Green
reports and room count. Mrs. Mul- chil several months, and we are gladto Mount Calvary Baptist ,
the parents following their Morgan. Miss Delvene Morgan, president: All members are askedto
George W. Lee, pastor dill
dren's daily schedule. The meet Miss Linda Gaskins and Miss have him back at home. report for final rehearsal at
hold regular morning service at
: ing will be in the High School Barbara Jean Norman. Come and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Norman Antioch Baptist Church startingat 7 p. m. tonight. BTU at the usual
GAY'S i library at the regular time of 7:30: feel the warmth of Christian visited friens at Orange Park last hour, President Sister Sarah Jenkins Qu
I 11 a. m. sermon by the pastor.At
p. m. May we remind that fellowship. Sunday. 3 p. m. Ground Breaking Sir- evening service at 7 p. m. \
our school is like a big vehicle Tonight, church members of and friends \
Home Appliances 'i1l1.r Rev. Alton Stephens, pastor vices will be held at New Bethel All members,
always in motion with four big. enjoy a supper of charcoal ham Bayless Highway Church, and Baptist Church, Rev. A. Vinscra, are invited to attend.Joan Jenkins (g

Your Friendly wheels. Ill( proper facilities and burgers with all the trimmings' family were dinner guests of the pastor. A very special program reporter. .
educational methods; (121 good plus home made ice cream at the Raymond Crosbys last Sunday. has been planned for your enjoy Mount Moriah Methodist Church

Norge Dealer faculty; [(31 cooperating studentsand church.A Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman ment. The guest ministers will Mount Moriah Baptist Church.

(41 parent's support. If one welcome to our community Is and son of Mulberry visited their include Rev. J. Blonut, Rev. O. Rev. H. J. Blount, pastor will : : : :
NQRGE APPLIANCES of these wheels isn't turning as extended to Mr. and Mrs. Junior son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Arnold Rev. E. Burroughs, Rev.L. have regular communion serviceson
it should, then this very important who have recently moved -
Crawford Mrs. A. W. Norman, last weekend.Mrs. A. Sampson with the sermon Sunday starting with church Women have always sought protec
S MAYTAG WASHERS machine, "Our School Sys into their lovely new home.
Elvlee Jones of Gainesvilleand by Rev. Robert Wilson, pastor of School at 10 a. m. Supt. or assistant -
tem" is slowed down and could Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thorn in charge. Morning worship tion. That is why so many women have
S COLEMAN EA' 'iRS and Robert Norman of Starke are Bethel Institutional Baptist
Let'skeep friends of
come to a complete stop. ton and children and
FLOOR FURNACESWe moving forward and forget Starke visited in Jacksonville visiting their brother-in-law and their own checking accounts. It's the safe
sister Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Thomas
about that reverse gear! .
Saturday afternoon.My
Niceville this week. Property to handle one's finances protects
Service All Makes. A WMU-Brotherhood O. A. mother Mrs. Maude Mott of way

Of Appliances Meet was held at the Church last and I visited in Gainesville Monday Mrs. Elixison of Starke was you against having to carry large sums of
Thursday night. While the WMU of this week. visiting in Fitzgerald Ga. last \ insurance gets
Phone 10 held its program and business Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and week. cash when shopping or paying bills. And
fitarke, Florida I meeting, the men of the church children visited relatives in White Revival To Begin d 1 out of date too
it's so convenient, too. May we open one
--- r organized a Brotherhood and the Springs Sunday. At Bay less Highway
. May God Bless each of you as There will be a Revival at Bay- Insurance is not one'of those things you can buy and for you?

only He can do. .bye now less Hiway beginning Sept. 21. then forget. No doubt your property is worth more

j '- -<- The newly elected pastor will today than when you purchased it.And perhaps you've
fTfTTTTVftfTVVfTTfTfMMRISING preach at 8 p. m., and there will 1 bought more appliances done some refurnishing even

be a song service beginning at added a room a two.
7:30.: Everyone is invited to attend I Make sure your insurance covers the present value of,

these meetings. l(your borne and.possessions. FLORIDA BankOne

THE REOPENING OFSTARKE By Airs. Gordon JonesUAAaUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Services this Sunday: Sunday of 28 Banks In'K S a* Stark

CREDIT BUREAU School 10 a. m. Morning Worship Evening, \ HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY"INSURANCE the Florida Group National

I 11:30 a. m. BTU 7 p. m.
We had a wonderful church service SPECIALISTS"
George and Dolly Simpson Sunday morning and evening Service, 8 p. m. Mid-Week prayer 200 E. Call Street Phone WO 4.4801 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

with four members coming for. service, 7:30: p. m. Starke, Florida

Owners and Operators ward for church membership by If you do not have a church of -
letter. your choice Bayless Hiway wel-

Marcus Conner Fred Haislop,, I comes each one with open arms. I


238 S. Walnut St. ... Phone WO 4.1761 OF INTEREST TO COLORED


AAAA DownPagment1.
Cinderella Girl program to help you read write .
Miss May Lois Morris was and spell better and do things
named Cinderella for the second with your hands. If you will tell

y 4E: consecutive year at the Carnation Principal Thompkins what you
Club Ball held recently at would like to learn he will try MONTHLY PAYMENTS LESS THAN RENT!

1 : I RJE. May Lois was presented the hard to make provisions for that
beautiful slippers by Prince subject or activity. Classes for
Charming, Johnny Shaw, who also veterans, former high school students -,.-'. .
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; II hop. All the teen-agers as well as nel are being offered. You can ... .. ...,. :.-.-.J .-. .. ---... .
adults in attendance reported a complete your high school education r'< ._ .:;. .- .. .. .. .',
delightful and enjoyable evening. at night if you are over 16 --

American Legion AuxiliaryThe years. Persons who are now married modern 2-bedroom .....,..;.,.:...........;.......
regular meeting of Auxiliary and wish to return to school home designed ... ... ..... F'
314 was held on Sunday at may do so under the adult education :'.:
for Southern living.
2 p. m. in room 9 of RJE with program. Enroll tonight.
President L. M. Royal in charge. Thurston School News

\ is the Old members are asked to please Thurston School has enrolledover
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pay renewal membership dues on 50 pupils with two teachersin .::
.. 14 "big difference". the or by September 25. New member charge. The first regular PTA Only ,... r v 7
ships being received meeting will be held Monday
are now by on
most carefree, most
|&4tt& the president or the secretary, night at the regular hour with 1495 fl1JI
convenient, most Mrs. Pauline Marshall. Your dues president Louiza Brown in charge.

for the year will be $2 for national Principal S. C. Price has invited s
& If modern service you can _
local dues 50c per month. Jack Trawick Sanitarian for ruffs CASH MICE t Jb
tr choose for your home. Wives sisters and mothers of Bradford County to come and discuss -

service men are qualified to join. screw worms and hookwormsand I
It has revolutionized ,
v Post ,Commander Julius Royal the mobile chest x-ray service

r a Ik housekeeping giving also held regular meeting and that will be in Starke and Bradford ., CHECK THESE FEATURES Aluminum awning windows or jileutict standard
asks all men to complete their County from Sept. 11 to 20th. in many models
i IP* you new leisure, and membership dues as soon as pos Supervisor Shell has also been Invited Not prefabricated built on your lot by localskilled

V dozens of exciting new sible. Each member is urged to to discuss Adult EducationMrs. Built on your lot m 7 diy*- mpfc ely finished craftsmen to suit your specifications. ,
.- outside with flooring and partition studding inside.Lifetime .
bring a new service man to join Julia -Albert reporter. RED TAPE
k gfjjl ways to enjoy your the post. The big project of this Church News .

M< \home,your family, your group on the local scene this year Ebenezer Baptist Church abmlnum window term W handle our own financing. No delay,

x, r has been the Boy Scout Troop 71 Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev.E. Metal weatherstripping aM windows just show us your deed, we'll do the rest.
; friends. Compare and of Starke. They have done muchto D. Robinson, pastor held regular -

t 'll help them in their first yearas services on Sunday starting
= ; you agree-onjyv
members of the Junior Baseball with Sunday School, 'Supt. Henry
% electricity provkbfBO League. Bryant in charge. Covenant meeting
Carnation S. S. Club I was held at 11:30 a. m. At
much luxury tat
The Carnation Social Saving 3 p. m. the Pastor's Club was in

",,(fft i so little cost Club will worship at Allen Chapelon charge of the service. r

d. tt fc Sunday. This is a continua The baby contest closed with .--- The "THREESOME" $2095 CASH PRICE 3-bW-
'.f / .4. tion ol their program to help all the following winners: First room home with modem tow-pttched roof. r
X.v > r 4- v the churches in the community prize Gloria Jean Griffin, sec- -

u-t ivifc xt IGGIST.t where they have members.A ond prize Karen Vanessa Phillips,

BARGAIN large number of the membersof third prize Shelia Hawkins, fourth

the club are faithful membersof prize, Reginald Coleman. A
3 IN YOUR Allen Chapel. A special pro total of $265.16 was raised by contestants

Y r gram is being planned for this sponsors, club membersand Many meads t. efooM frtM. Flue plans' -
Ik UDGEY! group. You are also invited to ward leaders. l...." .fd to suit YOII. .- -- '._'. kt
t worship with us. Mrs. Corean Mc Sister Lonnie Gibbs presidentof y w !
i Neil, president R. B. Cohen re the choir is still in Bradford V

but is improving
t Electric lining it not only porter. County Hospital
1'' ftJI tr...ifs nun(UM,ho! Increased Enrollment rapidly.We TT* "HOLIDAY" S'
Radio,telaition and Hi-Fi The total school enrollment of wish to thank all'personswho !. ,1 1 J-bedroom with separate dining room and frontporch. '}
t r '' C'prIIIWI vorldt in sound, the county has already reached helped to make the baby contest "I .
i x a j t light and$ahsfaction.Aif 600 which is an increase a success. We were able to
S to jour hoot enjoyment! over last term. According to the send our pastor to the National

>,,1 ,, F i -.Set your.. dealtr and various school principals all pupils Baptist Convention in Chicago SEE MODEL HOMES at 3281 W. Beaver Street. Open daily n4
III*Bettrr. ElectncaOy+ !
expected, have not enrolled. very happy. Sunday. Don't be misled-there's only or* Jim Walter Corporation
I Some have not returned from Sunday School .will be held C: ,,
Classes in Jacksonville-look for our sign, *+_ 4ft/
summer vacations and jobs.: Sunday at the usual hour. Watch .
are moving off smoothly andit this paper for the date of the beginning -@frUPOO.aiilfiedffUlolMT"Wittmer

& appears that this will be a of our revival meeting. hrea' call collect the .
A \tox&$ banner year We expect our pastor to be back
t ze At RJE special instruction Is by or before': the Third Sunday. \ Jim Waiter Corporation office near-

being given in reading. Mrs. Elizabeth I. Ranell English reporter. ._ .
Givens teacher of special Allen Chapel AME Church tsetyou.

education is in charge of the remedial Allen Chapel A M. E. Church, jinWaItercp

reading program and is Rev. L. A.. Sampson, pastor will

8 ij t ': being assisted by Supervisor Shell observe Trustee. Day Sunday IN JACKSONVILLE
These classes were recently organized starting with Sunday School at .r

by Principal Thompkins 10 a. m. Supt Irene Thomas in CALL EV 7-1 HI '

B>S IM in the interest of better reading charge. Morning service will be 121 1 West Bearer Street ** ,
IT COMPANY throughout the entire school.- held at 11 a. m. Guests will Include

DAuii Adult Education members of the Carnation ,.. .. \WiTH OfFIC$ ALSO IH PAUTKA-CAINiSYIlUJacbmffr M
; t All adults of Bradford Countyare Club of Starke. .-- = ... .--- ..

urged to take a part in the There will be.a religions movieat