Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01518
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01518
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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( itiuniviv pleased) (Around the nnMttAround the middleround f( the knees) (How'm I doing') (Blue Jeans, too) (Nothing to it) (Keeps two .going). B

1 Hula hooos have 'em hODD n' same ing around time, while their others middle specializein at the

orbiting around. the neck, the
(" a .L .L knees, on one leg, and other partsof
Seldom has a fad the first the anatomy.:
swept V'Up
rich. ;
Containing perhaps two bits among oldsters who just couldn'tresist
country with the speed and unanimity to date the Hula Hoop worth of plastic the'hoops at first the satisfaction that comes Just as we have delved into back

;, of the Hula Hoop craze seems to be the only thing the sold for $2, but now with competition I tesues of The Telegraph" to find
now at its peak, as evidenced toy Russians don't claim to have invented keen from varied to the successful Hula Hoopster. out what folks were doing DO or.
manu- Besides, they twisting the
I these scene,at Starke Elementary first. Perhaps they refuseto facturers, may be had for $I or middle like a storm-tossed say gyro- 75 years'.ago, so will some future

Fourth Grade Ready To Orbit School during a' 4th Grade recrea- take the !blame for something less still a handsome margin of scope the motion necessary to historian turn to our file of 1V5S.5n. / ,

tion period. that has half the population twist- profit. say the year 2000. To this
kE'ep.a. hoop in orbit -- is good
While every yoimgster, in town ing and turning liKe the faitled interested person, who and where-
The craze isn't confined to the for the figure, if.you don't break
Freed Here'Nester [ has his hoop in orbit, like the, ring Whirling Dervish. rib. ever he maybe, we dedicate these
youngsters by any means. Press re- a
around Saturn, grown-ups moodily But the lucky "inventor," whoever pictureslcitlt the notation that
muse: "Why didn't i thinK of it he was, must have gotten leases cf fractured have reported has several cases Some of the youngsters can in this. year of our Lord, lltos' ,
Arrested\ or slipped discs keep as as four
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Again On ChargeOf xrf.

Indecency rat F.' BRADFORD, COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,,'V 2,800 Every; Copies Week

E. W. Wester Jr., 22, of High i ,' Official County .Publication Established In 1879

Springs, who was tried and ac EIGIITY ,
at the November 1\1:57 .. \ VOLUME STARKE, FIARTATII11RRn1V. .. nr maxio_, ,.", ,___,-___-__-_-_
quitted >> { 1 L.J:1Crawford "; ;; -- -----' -- ruaWt h tU-nL"'i
term of circuit court in Bradford

County of charges of lewd and Scores Busy Session t f $ ., For Roy GrittisMurder ''. i iif is Y

lascivious conduct, was arrestedin .

Gainesville Monday on a similar Council Plans ,,

charge. In 2nd Primary Charge
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According to Gainesville police .
Wester exposed ,himself in an in-I Early Meeting R
decent manner to a waitress County Commissioner K. L.

the A &: W Root Beer Stand on I (Lawton) Crawford was reelected r Hearing SetRoy .

Northwest 13th St.; in that city. from District Two, county at Next TuesdayCity r ,- rxisk'

He was released under bond.' 'returnable -(,large,. in Tuesday's unexciting t.

Oct.. 20 Alachua County Second Primary balloting. Craw- : Henry Griffis 41, held here At right: ,
Judge's Court.. ford polled 1134 to 851 for challenger Council will, meet at 6:30 a. s since Sept. 17 on a charge of first Griffis and
At the time of his arrest in r degree muter for the slaying of K
Ewell Lawson. pin. next Tuesday half hour Deputy Dolph :
Starke ,last fall Wester was' living Robert Tyson i,'.year-old Starke
i Voters turned earlier than t the usual time, to KeddMi ,
out better than .
in a trailer near Keystone I. Negro, will be given a preliminary

Heights.!. He.was accused of stop- expecter, considering the fact that Clear the deck and'make.way tor Tearing Friday at 9:30: ajn. before '

ping Ms car. 'on a street here and crly two races remained on the reorganization of the new Council County Judge T. A. Yawn. I.w ...:i. Lr

(exposing himself indecently* to ticket for Second Primary vot- at,7 o'clock.. rid Some ten or 12 witnesses have joint in Starke. JiA1Lt

rome school girls he .accosted. New Councilman to ''be sworn '- I been summoned and, upon their Griffis moved here recently from

ing.In in. at this time will be One A. testimony Judge Yawn will deter- the south end of Alachua County
Primary ,on Sept.
Softball League 9, 2799 votes were polled in the Wiggins succeeding W. H., (Billy) mine whether there is sufficient and had been living on the old
Noegel, while Randal ,F. Chitty cause to. hold Griffis for trial Adam Green place on the State
DIst. 2 Commissioner race,' while and T. C. Hazen Jr. '--- at the fall term of
Closes Season both reelected i circuit court. Farm Highway. He was employed -
Tuesuay's count was lU iS. in Griffis will be
City Election BPVMembers represented by his locally as an auto mechanic,
.. In the only, State race in the will begin new?terms. Also PrepareFdfHat attorney, Lex Green. and told officers he had previously ,
Thursday. Night Second Primary, Jerry W. Carter, taking the oath'' wil Se Riley: :Tyson's body,.L.with its ...neck worked as a cowhand on a ranchVii't1ieiCcala .
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incumbent. member" of"the. Statte B i t.D'eW {;life o"-cf;.Police, who ional-WSek/ OJbservSnce.:" slashed'oXchqppw: by unknown J 'areaVTyson's

The City of Starke, Softball Railroad and Public Utilities Com- succeeds B. C. Holtzendorf Sr.. instrument,. 'was found Sept. 17, body was found By
League will close Its season Thurs- mission carried Bradford The new Council will' elect a I Striking the keynote" for.>National the ."Woman of.the, Tsar" .in partially decomposed, under a David Dortch 17 about 10.f et
County! chairman, a City Attorney, ando Business Woman's 'Week,. Oct. Ftarke, to be announced at that rude covering of and from a lane leading to the
day night Oct. 2, with an all- pine tops up
as usual with 1132 votes to 685 e member,of the Board* of Bond 5-11, Mrs. Edward A. Hall (right, time. S myrtle bushes about two miles home of his mother, Mrs. Bascom 4,
star game composed of players for his opponent, Jim Blanton ot Trustees: The' term of Trustee president' of the' Starjce Business, Posters have been placed in north of. Fairbanks
in Alachua Dortch, a short distance west of t
from the three runner-up teams St. Augustine. Ceo B. Flynn Sr is expiring at & Professional Woman's ClUb and prominent locations in'the: city, County. He State Road 24
was seen the previous Ute Waldo- '
against the league .champs Key- ihis time. some of her co-workers rally and a proclamation has been issued I
Statewide, Carter was re-elected Saturday.night in the company Gainesville highway..
stone Heights.. I around the newly 'installed BPW ,by Mayor W. T. Jackson de was married and the fader of I
I In addition to the routine of : of Griffis at 1
with a total of 207,430 to 188,945 a Negro jook Tyson, a handyman-carpenter, three children
Game time will be 8 p. m. at for Blanton. reorganization the Council will road' sign on U. S.' 301 south. signating Oct. 5-11 as National

the Starke softball field. The all- turn to such important'"matters as Others in photo are (from'left), Business Woman's Week in
of five. Around 20 absentee ballots re- finance chairman Too Little Too L ate t 1 To Visit I
star team will consist mained to be counted adoption of its 1958-59 budget, Desta Dyalfi ; Starke. Lodge
players from each of the other' Thursday and negotiations with an engineer- Florence Jennings, treasurer; L.. S. Muir, employee relationssupervisor -
feams. morning, but could not' affect the ing firm for a resurvey of costs Mildred Doyle health and safety for the DuPont Com-

Standings for the season are as outcome of any race. en the construction of the city's chairman: Della Rosenberg, filter- pany at the Trail Ridge and High- Long Rejects Va Inc Set By State

follows: proposed natural gas distribution national relations chairman; and lands mines will be the principal. .
WON LOST State Service sjstem. Beatrice Farber, first vice president speaker the ,dinner. .

Keystone 8 4 Officer Assistant Work on the new '"budget was The. National Federation of Board On Transit Co. Property, Here
Blanding 6 6 completed at a called meeting BPW members will 'start BPW Clubs, founded in 1919 is
C ,6 6 Here October 9th the week-long observance by attending the oldest and largest national organization -
Company Tuesday night, with final approval '
morning worship, in a. for women who work. Acting as a matter of '"prin
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Waldo postponed for action by the new
Assistant State Service Officer. Council next Tuesday group this Sunday at the Madison There are,, 3,300 BPW Clubs in ciple" Bradford Tax Assessor mitted his return !by Apnl 1, we

Jce A. Crawford of the VA HoSpital Street Baptist Church. On Thursday the: 48 states, Alaska, Hawaii, and Gene Long has notified the., Florida must assess his property by the

Two Juveniles Lake City will be at the Na A representative of the engineering Oct. 9, a dinne\will be given the District of Columbia. Membership Railroad. Assessment Board best information available. In the

Charged With Theft tional Guard Armory Thurs., Oct. firm of Reynolds, Smith at the Trail Motel in honor of totals more than 170,000. that he is rejecting its return on case of the Transit Company prop-

9,. from 11 a. m. till2p.m.ac & Hill, Jacksonville, will present tangible 'personal property taxes rty, the' only thing I .Could do

Of Car And RadiosTwo cording to County Service OfficerAl a resolution for Council's: approval of, the American'Refrigerator was to base my assessment on
Crosby. Tornadoes Come From Behind To Beat Transit Co. on grounds that the the previous years valuation,
Juvenile bays, 14 and 15 authorizing the firm to make a return was submitted after the which was 1070. This figure

were apprehended{ this week and Mr. Crawford will be here as,a re-survey of costs for the gas tax: roll was completed. was used on the 1958/ tax roll ) #

charged with stealing two radios consultant problems to with discuss veterans questionsand the made system.some The three original years survey ago was anis ; Bolles 13-7; Play P. K. Yonge Friday In recent weeks the Railroad which Monday was in July approved the date'on on the whichI first, fE.:

Assessment Board has been under
from Nasworthy General Suppliesen survivors .v'
: or dependents, regardtag said to be out of date due to I law to submit
fire from tax assessors and coun- am required by. ,. ___ _
W. Call Street. It was reported Veterans' benefits. You may rising costs. A representative oas f atMW..vi- 7
Fine ball control earned the scooted wide on an end sweep ty commissioners in numerous !my roll to ,the Board of. County
that the theft took place Tuesdayof consult him on such things the City's fiscal agent,will also be Commissioners. District Deputy Grand Exalted
Eradford I
Tornadoes their- second frcm inches"out for the tally after Florida counties for its slashes' m 'I
hospitalization education and c present to outline a proposal for' Ruler Donald C. ;Jordan will
this week but the boys said victory of the still young season the Bolles line had thwarted three railroad valuations and its lateness On Sept. 24 Long received notice pay
training, insurance, disability, floating the necessary bond isSUeto' I his first official visit to Starke
they went' Into the store while i it in a 13-7 "come from behind". touchdown tries. Bradford's run- in submitting' returns which from the state board that, the
widows and dependents benefitsGI finance the City's natural 1 gas I Lodge No. 1802 B. P. O. Elks on
was open for business and tookthe conference triumphover: Bolles at ning attempt for the extra point hampered commissioners in completing -
radios sometime last week. housing loans etc. facilities., Hodges Field in Jacksonville :last failed. their budgets. Transit Company's valuation in Monday, Oct. 6, at 8 p., m, There
this county had been cut'to S573. will be an initiation, and dinner
The boys are also charged with Friday afternoon. Outstanding Long said that although the
belonging to' Medford linemanfor He explained that the only way I will be served at 7 p. m. All members -
taking a car Despite fumbling on its ,first BHS were James Thomas, amount of taxes involved was I
Sheeley'and driving it around play from scrimmage Bradford Bobby Shannon.and Tcmmy Stal- small, he felt his action necessary. he could,change the assessment at meeting are in requested honor of to the attend visiting this

town Sept. 27, When they were r held possession of the ball for 54 lings. Outstanding defensive line- as a matter of principle. JT? declared this late date ,would be to file it I official.rfTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTfTYTT.

seen by Starke''' police about 9 p. plays, including the 18-play march men were,Henry Hall, and Randy it was not fair ''for the on an error and, insolvency report -1

m. in the neighborhood of Tuck's that produced the winning touch Johns. I Eta te board to be allowed to submit and he did not feel it was' ?

Drive Inn, the boys got out of the down. Injuries returns as late as Sept. 14 right to :take. fills course. SURPRISED
may handicap the Tor-
car and ran.".,One boy cut his. lip This Friday the Tornadoes tra when an individual taxpayer
severely on a barbed wire fence in t vel to Gainesville for conference nadoes in'the P. K. Younge game would not be permitted to do m. LADY
a -
attempting to get away. The car k encounter with P. K. Younge at unless the three starting players 'fl an individual has not sub( Rotary Governor "

was taken from where it was parked &n>, mIn .. now on the injured list, make %r M
at the football stadium Tuesday RFC.r last Friday's game Jimmy quick '''recoveries: '''Tombo Smith Adult Education i Pays Official

night. McMillan started Bolles on its and Marion Cottle are still nurs-

Both boys are presently lodgedin touchdown drive by recovering D. ing knee Injuries, and Terrell Class In Care I IA\ Visit To Club

jail and their parents have Ritch Green's fumble on the Green received a cut on the forehead Of Engines Starts 0

been Interviewed by Juvenile Starke 25. Five plays later Robert in the Bolles game that Joseph C. Gissendaner Governor -
Judge Theron A. Yawn. Judge might make him unable to play
Dunlap of :Bolles scored on a reverse : The Adult Educaticn Program of District 649 Rotary International -

Yawn says there will be no dis- r $r play from the one-yard line. this Friday, announces a 12-week course'in, the I paid his official visit to

position of the case until Juvenile Pablo Salame using his soccer Statistics operation care and maintenance the Starke club Wednesday. 1

counselor ;Dr., Florence Jennings, technique, booted the extra point, BHS BOLLES of two-and-four-cycle eng/ines/ to Gov. Gissendaner, a successful

can investigate their backgrounds. 1 to hand the Cadets 7.0 advantage 1 First downs .- 13 4 begin October 1; The initial class businessman and' Rotary leader of Somewhere in Bradford

fit, t midway the opening period. 1 Net yds. rushing 177 51 will meet in the southeast,wing of Chattahoocbee, arrived here Wednesday County there should be a urprbed -
lady (or gentleman) who
Social SecurityRepreaentaHye. I Bradford hit pay dirt early in Yardage passing 108 35 the USO Building at 7 p.. m. Demonstration morning and was accompanied would be happy to know that
DueA the second period when Bubba .Passess attempted 5 6 sessions".will'be' held by the club president, A.
she (or he] had won Fly or $15
LaMee bulled over from one-yard Passess completed : 3' 2 at the school bus barn in conjunction L. Crosby ;Jr. on a tour of brief
the Gaines out. Key plays in the 86-yard Passes intercepted by 0 1 I >with technical>> presentations visits with local Rotarians in their at the last Shopportunity Party -
representative .
held in Starke. The two top
which took six Punts, 2 5
march playswerea .of business.
will bin of mechanical' principles: places
vile Social Office
Security ..e. I prizes are still unclaimed,, to
Starke at the court room of the ; sr. 57-yard aerial from LaMee to Avg. distance punts 33 32.2 Registrations will be, accepted at After luncheon in the Garden in urged to check
court house at 9:30a: m.. on Henry Hall and a 25-yard connection I Penalties against 20 45 the Adult Education office' beginning -' Restaurant, Gov. Gissendaner for the
Thursday Oct 9,. for the purposeof from LaMee to Johnny Number of fumbles 4 1 October 3, according to L. spoke to the members, impressing 336809 and S01S71. :

conducting social security business DeVore. Green scampered wide around Fumbles lost 2 0 H. Gibson, prograxi' director. upon them the need for carryingthe H. A.Stafford of New Bland-

H his own right end to knot Raleigh Brannen, chief mechanic high principles of Rotary into tag Highway,, Starke claimed
the score at 7.7.Bradford's Singing Convention for.e. their business and home life
OUIjtJ. school system ,
Persons who desire 'to make application markercame $10 prize Wednesday with
A YAM WHAT AM! winning will teachthe engines class. Boat After the luncheon meeting the Xol S5151S
for'soc1al security retirement in the fourth period al- The Bradford Union .Singing owners'and home owners may Governor, met with club officers 'J'hIsWtk's Sbopportmity

or survivors benefits- secure Bradford'Countyfanner the 16 which Batten though the drive opened on the Convention will meet at the Boat- bring their machines to class for 'and committee chairmen in a club Party will be held at 5
Veteran Mrs pjn.
social security numbers, oset the most he has says' last play cf the third Quarter. drain Baptist Church for their practice repairs although demon assembly at which various phases, Saturday in front of the Bradford

any other social' security information B.. L. Batten exhibits a bunch of bunch was six and ever a half seen on'one. Eenny Williams. Tornado half. Homecoming Sunday Oct. 5, Dinner Etraticnal equipment will be available of the Rotary program, now embracing Couaty Telegraph on West
pounds.He back threw the key block on the will be served and an those Brannen stated half a million members! Call
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all registration
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total of
i are invited to see the IG sweet potatoes growing speaks from experience ot..Si f 75 in cash
opposing team's end that set up interested in Gospel singing are fee of ,$Z. win be charged 'tor in aD parts of the world, were. will be given by
representative, at this time. fro;n one .at m.::Total weight of years,of. farming; .. the winning score. Terref Green invited. the course discussed. 1 way cooperating
wr .. 1 Starke merehaafr.

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feet to a point; thence South 20 Township five (5); South Range charge as executors of the estate'of \OTK'RTO-l; : >P.'ES'i61 J graph. 1

editorial !. Cirrilt NOTICE fort TO Bradford DEFEND Caaatr. degrees 627 feet 38 minutes to a East point a;distanceof thence twenty-one acre more(21)or East less. containingone day W. P.of September Smith, deceased, 1958 on thla;+fS-, i-I" .. Cirmir (.'..rt Tbanrtrr.,.IIr.tf'ur1t'tt'a..e CountyFl.rtdar'I. 1958.Dated this 11 day of September, I
l1.rl4al 1& fha.eer South Si degrees 42 minutes West :Sew Rifer 8rlio l lUlliiinc Myra Smith
Varnedoe and Felton 1use.tnnette : (Court Seal) i
Case No. 12-64 a distance of 209.2 feet to Three frame ,
a pointon rot.m school: building Varnedoe
Stg13 3[. Murray Plaintiff, vaq1trpUip the Easterly right-of-way line building only. Excutors of the estate of Gout-aert Plantiff, vs. '.'harles A. Darby. Clerk of the
i Defgodaq.(; ."" -- or-saw state' Road It r the ce' Each- bid lor any item 'of propertfmust W._. P.- Smith-. deceh:4 i-II 4l Victor Oou.i.aerl. t1f;ffR\\>Wt\ .. ..Circuit Court. :.}I
\tfhCB; ; TO A PEAR North %degrees. 3? minutes, W st be accompanied by a' check or :::.:: 1O-3 AOTICK ,'0 APPEAR By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy
$_ t OM 5,_ Tqt hirtgr't4?, iiurray.| 'whoti'_ resl! along! the' Easterly right-of-way- cash in the- anwunt of five per cent XOTIfR TO'CKKDITOBS To: Victor fouvaert, whose residence Clerk i
t fokn *. aud' adJrw* U: C-o. 'Mt. line <4 said State Road'11 'a distance'of of base bid. The- Board of Public F......*'SUlHlr* .- and address is : Unknown. 9,21, 4t 10-U
4u Murray 111 Q e4A AiiXqudtr, IWIt:, &2| feet tp the point of Instruction Bra(.l9rd 'County reserve !. The ('orrt'gf The ('-"f Judge; You are hereby notified that a
t' : b i\'J! qtbeual; elq$! l.t:;tinJlin; g, lying "in Se tion" 20, the right "to waive informalities Brrdord'Ctualyterida! } suit for divorce has been filed against -
; J..nYt. \\xer' -t tq, : T ouathip's tjyuth. Range 22 'East in any bid and tpreject anr'orall !. :tf you in the above named Court "Money should trickle
QkcI Qt;t in.\\ h';' foot 1' f. HUeft.q \, -= '.o.t! .. ;hereby. nctitel( th.4l.\, GR' E11 GS'ou'are hereby not- bids/ Details concerning property In re: Estate frobatr.-of J. Troy Lynn, De- ,and cause and you are required to down among the people like
toll fQtdvg.x1 rFD Jfi"; I th4;'a.-suit. 1? --quity has been to be sold mar be obtained from the ceased. serve a copy of your answer or 1
\ PnQ e4? t> 4t \b have- n e. en@ ; '': aga' _\ rQu II:{, the Vrpught against t9,1l and each of you office.' of 'the County Superintendent To All Creditor. And Havlu pleading the complaint on the rainwater' ,"
4'\tttvt! 9ta l 4barar4m sd ueuri t'\4 .'\a1l.be. al!' al deferdan sty'Luther O. Powell The Board of f'rrnu.u Plaintiff's Attorney Lloyd Bass. 312
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\ .. !( ''m sys: :' ," r 41trg{ 19: ', ,,'-c \}X'M> as. plaintiff"1\\\ the "aboye 'entitled'' <.f Uradford County, t'lorina., Said* Clain .r De..allda'calnat.. t f ,tf\\w.: ( l"V \\-4r e4, OP7 Tvurap 6yse. or adlDc f.l% -t..% com-'=u.l Co.urt( and' :-eau$y. that' the "relief By.. H. P.Morgan-. You and F"ta'el each of you are hereby ,da, and file the original in the office
PJ&w.1).11.; tb@;p1If inttirl.[ saM i Secretary of the "THE
: aopgb4\ in i sulf is to"remove clouds' notified and Clerk of the Circuit Court MATCh
required MAKER"I
@t11 W a (M.t. \ is, S1.r; \ Eagle':. (tjlWJa n II.J. P.ar'1U"Law BjcUange, frvttt'and<< qu tt and' confirm the 9-11 4t 10OF .: any claims and demands to.which present you, ,on or before the 27 day of October. I
i 1 in Ja kor\"U1\ "i'lyr1da. v pVuntjffsTtitlj! th bo\'e described or either of ; hare 1958; otherwise the allegations Tues. Wed. Oct.
Wi Sf. you 7 8
bX tt detracts may against ,
froqvTho. aU t: { fUt..the originat in. the"otXke. 6t; lands as: an. 'Indefeasible fee simple QT1rt: ITKTIO the estate of J. Troy Lynn, deceased said Complaint will be taken as
,the >ieesit i! $ pr tt agpre board. ya& t be CUett of $9 Cir 1 out,1 Court, ;1;:.0ttvjot tl|\le theretoagliisrvypq( and' each'0{' ic; fl&Wt'ff! T1TIPU .pIE late of said County to the 'confessed by you.
taw;, It \ fib.-T i b@ tai' n'dYt0?" October is;;;4: Togl; ;#nd YWa>j. hereby summoned Notice Is Hereby given that the County Judge of Bradford county. This notice shall be published once Florida Theatre
\\t il ifie4;by \he. ot .twise the aUegationa vrd@tgrd: andre: {uirf W fog your antswer undersigned under the provisionsof Florida, at office in the court
U\'* Qt' : "fai d "it R tht\ \it compOaln ed'fIy] 'You.\ w,i 1\1\ U% taken-w.' as J. confess....... : ,13\\ sa d or"'defense's'cause'in the\tjkthe office Complaint of the nnSrsfgW'Cler -' Acts Chapter of 1841 20.S5J, will, Laws regl.-ter of with Florida the; Florida house of within said County eig .t at calendar Starke: weeks in the Bradford County Tele t

not even''used. This notice shall be .published ( off 'the said Courtat Clerk of the ClrcuifCourt- In"and months from tile time of the first .
Starke, Bradford County, Floridaon for Bradford County, Florida publication of this notice. Each
enc; sac) for four consecutive upon
Eve$' fp ta\k!\ Is rented:\ about trYing to get weeks. In the Bradford 1 County' TeleKraDb. 1>)>58 or and before to serve the list a copy rtay of thereof October.en, receipt this notice of proof the fictitious of publication name of of claim, and or demand shall state shall the be in place writing of- For kauti/ul l? trouble-free t

an electric 'sgbrelgardt: but so far little more thantal Dated this 24 day of September. Theron A. Yawn. 'Jr., plaintiffs' attorney Temple Tavern and Cafe under residence the claimant and ,post and shall office be addressof

has,b@eu 'accomp"}sbed. In the meanwhile! 1(>OFFICIAL 58. SEAL) Drawer, whose T91, Starke address, Florida is: Post on Office or which 897, North we Temple are engaged Ave. Starke in business, Fla. attorney to by the, and claimant any such, his claim agent or sworn de-or Hardwood floors over concrete

ra nj -W J.\8 Wll\ r than Bradford High Charles A. Darby before said! date, as required by the Jacob and Sarah Kurtz sole own- mand not so filed shall be void.
Clerk of the Circuit Court laws of Florida and the Florida Rules ers General Delivery, Starke, Fla. H. Carl Lynn, Sr. As ad mini. Selected Oak '
do hava>electric i boards, which add much to the By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk: of Civil' Procedure if you fail to do Dated this 17th day of Septem- stration of the Estate of J. A II
enjoyment,+ the and 9-23 4t 10-16 so, a decree pro confesso will/ be entered ber A. D. 1918 at Starke, Bradford Troy Lynn, de eased. Block Pattern ,
game make aster\
it\ e tor ,
-' \ against you for the relief demanded County Florida. First, publication Sept. 11. laiS.!
follow; NOTICE: TO DEFEND in the Complaint
9-11 4t 10-!
9-19 4t 10-9 't laminated For
I* Cn.lt Ceirt.. Bradford Coaaty.FlorMai IT' IS HEREBY ORDERED that Sfability,
!. Chvacerr. this order and notic? shall be published NOTICE' TO DEFEND' :NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Moisture Resistance *
Siark ,iusjoften been said to bg "over organbed. \- Case''' Xo. 12-544 -on e each wet-k'for: four consecutive I. ClrrBlt Court Bradford Cvaatr. REGISTER FICTITIOUS: \.\IR
Sometimes! seems if have Cblspa Easterling Mimbs Plaintiff weeks in the Bradford County Florida: IB' ('haneerr.Case Notice 'is hereby given that the undersigned -,- Now you can have modem,par
as one ofeveiy.cub .
: Jgmee Edward Defend*
"t Mlmba ? Telegraph, a newspaper published in No. 12-615 under the provisions of quet hardwood floors over con-1
}:": dr civic .grpup in the country, and moat an..otlee Bradford County. Florida and having Charles Out Plantiff.. vs. Elizabeth Chapter 20.953. Laws of Florida, Acts crete! Three-ply, all-oak Bruce
T* ArPfirt a 'general circulation in said cpunty. Nadine Oat of 1941. 'will register with the Clerkof
9f 'foSft! 6* $$4taaUx\ looking around for tWttliTOS To: 'J$mfB Edward Mimbs, whose WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Bradford Laminated Blocks produce
\ PTOJ&t fe that will contribute rt*ldel\C'arenhereby notifie Unkown. said Circuit Court of Bradford County NOTICE TO APPEAR, County Florida, upon receipt of smart floors* that' resist moisture
To Elizabeth
sppnsor\ 'Iau tttat a Florida and the Real of said : Nadine Ost whose proof of publication of this notice are durable, trouble-free.
tq'the welfare. or, enjoyment of the communi residence Avenue and, Apartment address it: 410 Westnd fictitious name of "Ronald's Restaurant the- Prefinished no expensive
of minor child No. 16 New
'. TIt Florida on this 10th day of September ,
under which I engaged __ ; finishing. Just
am sanding, the
ty. baa been tiled against you in the A.D. 1958. York City New York. in
aboya named Court and cause and (Seal of the Circuit Court) You are hereby notified that a suit of Stark business' one-quarter' mile south thing for new homes or ""dress
you "required! to serve a copy for divorce. has been filed against on U. S. 301. older Ideal
ing up" ones.
seems as if electric Scoreboard CHARLES A. DARBY; Ronald M.
an would be of your to the you in the above named Court and Starke, "Florida
answerlafntdiffe Clerk of the Circuit Court sole owner. radiant-heated floors. Ask for
an excellent project for someone' to. get behindand \ complaint- Florida Attorney Bradford County, Florida. t.use- and you are required to serve Dated this 11th .day of Sept ---1 e free literature.
K.: r a copy'of. ,:
your answer or pleading to
K.herrymaea In the1 omce Theron A. Yawn Jr., Attorney for A. D. 1953 at Starke, Bradford Coun-
push just eye 59510 organization\ is and) complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Office Drawer 191 ,
,of the Clerk of Jhe.Circuit Court on plaintiff Post Martin J. Pearl 102 Law Exchange ay Florida..
fresh:out! ef projects. or before the 27 day of October. Starke; Florida. Building. Jacksonville/ 2. Florida 91U it 103|
Ml 4t 10-%
m; otherwise the alleg tlons of and;file the original in the'office 4j V
laid Complaint will. be taken ailcpafeesed .of the; Clerk of the Circuit Courtat NOTICE TO DEFEND a '+
An by ypu.Tbls CALL FOR BIDS Starke, Florida 'on or before the la Circuit Court Bradford County,
VnpqpIcir .ClttWe < a c.h"w notice uk snail tor oe.tear publishedmce consecutive NOTICE' OF PROPERTIES SALE Of SCHOqL' Jptb' day of October, 1958; otherwise Irene Florida H. Clark In Chancery ; :,w
weeks in the Bradford 1Telegraph. allegations of said Complaint will ; Plaintiff vs. Wll-
8tark Florida be takenas liam Buchanan Clark Defendant.
by you.
When voters went to the polls Tuesday it was Dated this 24 day of September, Sealed bids will be received by the! This notice shall b? published once Case No. 1Z-62S!
tb&last l time' ( faon Board of Publi,- Instruction of Bradford each.- week for four consecutive weeks NOTICE TO APPEAR
we 1
:} fiU fca called liil.
ftp w! upon ', County Florida at the office in the. Bradford County Telegraph. To: William Buchanan Clark whose
t tft YPte in a Democratic primary"m September. (!SEA CHARLES L) A. DARPT. Ot the Superintendent of Public Instruction '" Dated this 17th day of September, residence and address Is: General .
Clerk! o.f the Circuit Court. in Starke. Fl rids up to 1953., Delivery Patterson; New Jersery

A lAt h \\m\ #MJ4 ,R4I w.\iU\\ \; % \\4 l the last By U.rian L. Crosby. '... Deputy' : ClerkUr11,1Q.U 6.10 I..591 o'clock!!; at wfath A.M.\ EST time, Monday and 'place,, Oct." till ("OFFICIAL*'"r"n?***JRHnb SEAL' 'p"C*')* 4. D4 T, divorce You ,are care notified and custody that a of suit minor for E Bruce Oak oIogks
titYJ bids will b@ publicly oPf'oed'all read, leric or the 'Circuit! Court.' children has been filed against
t \iC1ft!\ l F. aD(. J. tE14 trfJiitionaJ ,loud'for. ant 'oral\ of the' fuliowtagitems Y= rth> 1LV. leput you in the above named ,
app miFit tB t Wally it flag all (well, !. The Clreilt Court Of The Eighth j of ech'':Or property! : : "" 1410' Clerk, .: {l Irilan4k. P T r1D Court and cause and you are re- Sold byJ

It .I r" P.f'' t) aleA i V@r c! panaa, tea Jodlclml"r, y Bradford C"e r lt Co.Of-.tr.Florid I. *Chancery..a, AmiF Br"dfMrd. "'.{ m l ii'" Lsnde'". {.r91.' a: ,, -II" 91i4t- ..-t qpirert wVr or to pleading nerve a to copy the complaint of your ans-on

life J! ,4 It qua t tballl Put\ t ting the Case Xo-12.630 ,The X9J1b 'a It'ot'tbe: North bai. U f..rt Of 'pIf '('0"41' Judge, tbe Plaintiffs Attorney Gregory J.
i .
LUTHER G POWELL Plaintiff vs. 01 Sectloh four'if irt''totrashi4" 't'1i "," ,.f1'f"ll1j j tr, St,t* et>f4 itw r. Darby, 401 Law Exchange Building,
basbg'for' &al4au.ffief> >r whH\ it's toow'mpaign W. A. BALDWIN, efaT; Defendants. east( South 'Ran/eJ : 1 "in.-" tlf c W. '?.- Smith: Jacksonville 2, Florida and file the
bo SUIT TO QUIET TITLE \aia. J\.t\ D. acremorgirp. _t derga d'tn fro atoJ'- '.' original in the office of Clerk of
.t\ tg _a'#t m,'l kt i 'iae ---= \\t c {es. _s in Order Of 'PjbllratloM Aad Notice To 1 less. 1a u Tp'UHnyhoin 'It Way Concern the Circuit Court on or before the I
,the un, V irk Delemd Heiibronu 5V$lae @rk.ol e144! Notice! 'irbereby'-ilven allegations of said Complaint will BUILDING
$ m JJOR'J\ n bjs@\ t1've\ gottheir ', that Myra
IX THE NAME OF THE STATE OFFLOWDA. That portion tll Southwest el Smith\ arnedoe and Felton- be taken as confessed by you.
raip4s pa'V' i l91f.M\ just\\ \ oq't\ want to ;TO: quarter report' as J
Edward: X Dk-kerson ; Mary Caroline %.9 west of each week for
way \ 'grade read eaeoutur6 four consecutive weeks
bother with( b.rn ii q aboyj\ serjpua( i issues and Dickerson; James T. Soutter and 1 In : .* Township five (i* ,Smith;, deceased'of the: estate of W.: P.i M the Bradford County Telegraph. &J
thatthey" filed
,hakin! 4tnl! piri > litlclarls.Sq i John McR.ae. individually and M South Range twenty-one1 (21)( ) east their! petition for 'final discharge 1"! day of Oct., 1958; otherwise the SUPPLIESINC.
J of Railroad "
f Trustees
the Florida containln 3y acres more or1 less:? and that to'the'Hon- Dated this 6 day of August, 1938.
Company also known as the Atlantic, Also, tfiatpprtion of the northwest oraJ le-Ther9n"tbtTwilt'apply A'. (SEAL)
rotw 41f' : 4W.9tH\C aA 4 f ggpgrally uppo. ,ular Gulf and West India Transit Company quarter 'tSJW ;V'W'the" Southeast Judge of Bradford County Tawn,, County Florida, CHARLES A. DARBY .
\ "Hi"1 *' i' : Simon J. Temple: J.. SI. Truc (S.E\fl 'lying north .% ; Clerk of the Circuit Court
of 'Htg *n thei? 'of '
9e, }N-dSfiffj!! tiet! | t the raster\ 15 sure to by; Mary E Truby; W. Ellery Davis;; iBessta Y'%%'-" jg'!\: _c t iaq thlrt! ;-hie'13b,: ( ), !pp.ry.e.p0f..: >! |'daf same .'October and for final 1938, for- !By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
conse ,yp.> for rrconslQerstioq} ;
%wt 9th$ 4.r )'ote. nJ1QW t 104: file month Leonard Haynes: Isaac Epploger; -
John K. Russell; S. J.'Stsrnb" -Aa= ,
9f t!iar. !MR! f fsiyod' 'it 'aye.u gle Sternberg; E. J. Strong;
E. Strong; N. T. Ritch; '
Celia tartar; J. C. Carter: :

4i Jf mi$ Al9 Abused era Madeline; LOuis'P.J.Sguthers Glover;; Edwin CI: 'E.' Rnbinaen South-! '- OPENING
; Sarah K. Robinson; and Alan- FRIDAY IN
son Hercules; and Vergie Hercules if

If 'WQf fJm. !tai "s.fe wrs. had \the spuqk heirs alive,, and.dgtkgee if, dead!. legatees then his, grantors.unknown i I IJ

gnu! fQ\ >>". t k !f. pie set by Brad{oro'g' As-. Ilenors creditors or other persons "

I 4 9 c 1 e L.9J.lJ' t hg l Ai'ght\ getsiomewhere{ inactions } claiming described any interest property in by the, through hereinafter i

#4 U? @ ..iNW'r1: : of the Florida under; or against' each such dfcfased, f
the Florida Railroad also
Company .
Ur : ssessi t R lid. Up until now the known HS thg'At4nt3c,Gulf and West'

l .paspl\ J1 mi'' a its' report to assessor*,, IndU; the Transit Florida Company Land and Immigration corporation

luAtbii\ la \t"p} 111 4 asked to explain their cuts Company of Florida, a corporation -
and the officers trusteell' and
m Ji'ji\ ftf .ft4W\ Poperty >offered no bet liquidators of each of the aforesaid a

tc erplalmtlW' \ ? than\ 1 lgq tot all that was con corporations, assigns, ,their creditors successors tenors.in',' and interest -

w\ f .tP Qutb\ :th e i mooci\ ? r ""qat are, you ether against claimants either by.o.f,through the aforesaid underor

going! to ,dp about? it?" corporations; and all other persons
claiming any Interest "in the "I invite to try famous FREE
property you my GALLON offer
This,, week long-suffering) Tax lives apt jGene hereinafter described by; through, and enjoy the savings made possible by
under or against them or either of huge volume
LongqId( somethuigT? He.Jid'iTaa "a matter of them: and all other persons claimingany and. my unique fn; -.stepfac"tory_ branch method of merchandising. Your first
right, title
or interest whateverin :
principle,7ather than. ha y\se it involved a whole or to the following described lands .trial of-my paints will 1 convince of their 1
lot of 'money, and we thin he did exactly fight situate to-wit in Bradford 'County, Florida; you fine quality and unsurpassed value. ALL OF MY

He refused to accept the Assessment Board's return -. For:' a point of reference begin at PAINTS ARE FACTORY GUARANTEE. [)."..-.MARY CARTER
the Northwest
Corner of the Northeast
on tangible personal property taxes of the 'Quarter (NE%) of the Northeast .

American Refrigerator Transit -Co. on the 20, Township Quarter 6'(NEU South.) of Range Section/22 8 e,gi if. i' fpr Pppr Prizes -- Five One-Gal. Cans Ot Pqint I i

,grounds .that'the return waa'suhzilittgd'teF\ \ the East and<< ran thence South 6 degrees ,

tax roll was completed. of' fi13.1 4? minutes feet-to West a point a distance'on the "Mr rupresentatlvr I pre prepared ,
Easterly right-of-way line of State to reader CM advisory service ii S 'I' ALKYD FLAT
Long explained Road K, ig the otbeginning.
that his tax roll for J958 which: point
completed! and accepted by the:;Pgaid of County was t 3 beginning.run From North such 85 degrees point 43 of '|t'f jnt pf9blems i !wt&hi i 'ore. ) ice u.b I i. A tyjfh wsshatk rbrush flat"fini b. Dries. tepidly

Commissioners i minutes. East a distance Pf 201.2 sonae. I Inyitf yev fo "make E (
on the first ,MaY\ i in juy[ | \t. p of this marks . . . ?.90 I
date t required by law. Since |he'Railroad; Aa? service. I
,sessment Board: ,had not >made .return 'on the

transit company's? property? by that time, the Assessor .- t
had no alternative: but to base l1i? 'as es s- TUFF-STUFF ALUMINUM I ZiP I

ment oii.that of the.previous "yVarl ,Ths I | i js what' COMBINE ROOF COATING' '? Paint Brush and Roller Cleaner

,he did Now, more than t\\'Q months t la te. }he} : Here I -t Removes ell petals, enamels; &
e wiality reef cMrij t Nt will
;Railroad, Assessment ,Board ,files Jti Return, ', \ting theassesment. from 1,070 to $573. t eprrq with brwi.' .op -' 1ft'QC
.. K trowel S-fol cortaiMr ... IV 0 7? .
-;Tll ;B5a4fordiAssessor feels it is not righ .f ferttha "

state "board 'to ,be YOUR TUFFIE FLOQR BEAUTY
allo"'fd t q ;submit\ r e tqflo l \ -

Se pt., 24 !hell an i ihoMvid.u.al} ; Gouldugt I \ he p?rQitt.ed.tp LIQUID PLASTI9 GLASS Combination tfccllac and Carncuba

; do sq. "If 1. ,w j'q4iv\ ujK E Jas J1q-sub--. tY I wax. Dries f .I in 20 '1.19
JnJtt# 'a.eturn Harrfeu who exposed' to'efr. "Me.lweedwerk fer ; ., . 9*. I
1 ,{ by .tipril11.t flat'e. W' ,ses. or firaitir'' Hat Q

\i the, best olTnltian} \ 'Apv aitilpia I h yllcfi: is i y,uall : ktfiaq! htqk .(*>' fobb .'......' V I 98 EVERY SECOND :QUART flU!
t e.It" viog'Y is'raturu,"if\.ong sad.| BILLS EYIIY SECOND CAN Fill

Indications are th} t. Assessors in other Flori- 0 R "IINSISY"" . .
4a! be -' .. ; 'can of Paint I
counties\ we f.1si. qmin, aroused over unexpl a .J 'Every I. dispensemtiif

,ined .vo\ici\: ,*?pf the 'Railroat4: Assessment ALUMINUM! sr- t 'J b. horoughly'agitated" on

Board. Recently the Assessor in"Polk County i FORA slated to mist sale 6 u _, ;|ha automatic, equipment that I Irnqiftafir
wrote the board f in part,, qs\ follows: "It appears atmoiphere.! Leug a wearipg' : > '} "' In every branch.

from the information that your valuations may SECOND CAN flU t tits always means FRESH PAINT

for railroad properties l located within the_- State -of lOANS ,_ ; .. '....,i ..i _,..-.... ,da'wplt'4Is'QUAIITY! PAINT.

Florida are. far below the a\'erage.asaeasmeDts

,. .
macje. by.e county\ ,assessors ,. I have"always\ beei\ .4; -- : '
ROL 'O."V--.l"fl..c. 4 I
friendly to the railroads and do not. wish to see TO- Eli[ gr'f.t: INTEIIOICHINALUXE

,them pr#r-taxed. They are rendering\ !! a .tgort h- uP 4r M .MJNUTE, U\TEX\ PAINT t f\fl\! :!P I PIAST I1 q.Jf ss :

while, service {\0 tour Nation'W4""fte\ JSt te' ,7s Ne pdttr edw. VM k itsidcr JUarbe set1de Mila G... : -c ,". .

ec4ppjnyt': but, lIdo feel UH1' .all 1.assessment{ *for $ r.ao'+rA tl N!, w- ls, _ctlb s, H i s eaaatl. ife sL N oashattsroble. Q i + Tkf -rHewlBii affil t. qleuiianel
$600. !10f0'F A Oft '. .... ..
tax purposes\ should be uJifol'lIIan} '\ classes p| PAiNt pr10cN ...... fd. ( .' -'to .tP"It': I i tilt tcsy't* I 1fvre' g
progjrtyj whether asssed by tW' State a.ilrpa4 EVttT fECONO CAN HE .' '. !' .. \\w, f $i M9iYESt i,

Assessluet E Q a.5 d or. C4)UntY''lSe.SQJ'SJ!'1 &. ."(Ealr zS.rrotD CAN ;flit ;i t .. = SECOND CAN fill- j i

Doubt. ess'tliesg*: fflatters.wiU. ,cpme ;up 'fpr,41 a. FUSION OUTSIDE WHITE. "'-" i -'--, J

CU.SSIQI'f.t the' ,t Florida Tax Assessors meeting in I I .111J.. (. . i t 'RYRRIIH I, i
Tart: next if Tolks: Find Us Friendly"i A superior exterior cocti. .It.. is aka r. lo. >ag weWiag, wedet re. "' ,
J week and I
\erce, some concertactlatlis.take : ><
1 w. A ttwghbeautif J 1 costing for either
mildew aid IEt ts ti'fl l inter- I
aesI Itant.Brashes \
., : Board : 1" .' t -
> ) tje) RajlwadAssessment -
: t1. \ : 7 98 ss.:2.25 't: OiF.efr; ; Gc fllon.lt.s

might>Utt' forced at least tp give! some explan} ,tIforlitswhighhandedmeth 0 LOcAL .F1NAg.CMPAMY easily .. .V. .. .. .. .. _..-..:._ -=,st, up !x'q.'t I.._9' ewtCl14Cfaetht.Srtant> . 6.98___ ':
EYIXY 1SH:;' ;) (J : < ;\ ,
$ : m'If SCOtt C1t1L-'fn Si{'OND CAN FREE
"i \:-. c...... E1htI .. I

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I <1'ELEQUI'H 114<< N.'Walnut. St. :

Tlr.nRD'DIINT"f: .T sM11 WEEKLY' NEW8- ',' .{3 ppors from Post Office) MARY ARTE"'R' PAINT Stores I

; : ; "fl\ .( nJqf.+ .i J? r star ;\ =' .t e, Jaultlgr. .

pi"to 1'f"'U\ JlAITaue.i fJw.qS'; 11'0.4.010 1

e1\b1h\ed: ii T\ea.ead' s.t,,...aa e.ee.d.Vl$. '-aa.t.e I : u41VYOl t.0111 TEMPLE A
!. rnt"vtt ::9f"it.f.I.1I4 li Elvl L t I t;,1 rMI F 501 N. W. 8TH AVE. GAINE5VIHEEI I

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RSD.\t', OCTOBER %, 1958
BBADFORD 'COUNTY'TELEGRAPH.. 8'I'ARri.. ,'n.nnm.i __ __ ____
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funeral I just play on 'and on. r Susie '
Harris and and sons. Evening Worship 7:30
p. m.: Awaits you here.

instead HELPFUL of pins HINTS.to pin Use pleats needles in a MAXVILLEW Durrance afternoon visited in Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nolan of Seville Wednesday evening prayer meet- Don't forget to plan for Associational ,
with Mr. and visited in Maxville last Wednesday -
skirt when pressing. They do not Leslie Chilson and ang and business meeting, 7:30: activities, the first will]
family. evening with Mrs. Hattie I
leave a mark, as pins do. When We pm.; Friday, Brotherhood meeting be the BTU executive committee
By Sin.' C. B. NolanAAAAAAAAAAAAA.1AJ, regret that little Marcia Nolan and in Baldwin with Mr. I I
7:30: p. m. A welcome
ironing white shirts, button sleeves Roberscn fell while warm meeting, Gct.7,, at 7:30 p. pl.I .
visiting her and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and Sons. -
together to keep off the floor. To &iI.
grandmother Mrs.
,Dorothy Wat- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Martin

L- 8 Q t rDOHCA. keep after steel wool from rusting, Mrs. Mary Wellhausen has.been ers Saturday and knocked a hole and Bob Martin of Miami stoppedfor ., Share the Profits In Starke
you once use put it in In.her
WEBR. water to store. visiting with her son and daugh- head but is getting along a visit Sunday with Mr. and

herein I welcome in the Au- with God and listen. It is so good This time of year I always thinkof ter-in-law Mr; and Mrs. Ernest nicely Mr. n and w.Mrs. Mrs. C. B. Nclan and sons, Billy 1 1
Wellhausen and,.sons fe few .George Johnson and Bobby, enroute home from a
. I play the I for the
organ. pray nerves and I should never sugar cookies. Here is my re- and family
sing and prepare for winter lave stomach ulcers. I love our cipe. Grandmother always had days.Mrs Jacksonville 'visited vacation,spent in the mountains.
with Mr. Mrs.
C. B. Nolan and ; and Doss Higginwtham Homecoming At Longbranch
ilusbird sang at the kitchen big house, which, when all are ,them in the cookie jar. sons. Billy land
and Bobby and Howard Durrance family Sundae Homecoming Day services will ,
done will have 22 rooms, besides SUGAR COOKIES. One-half
attended the Baldwin I>&B football Homceominr At Maxville be held at the Long Branch Baptist
only a bluebird can; the big chapel casket room, restrooms cup butter or cleo. Grandmother ,Homecoming r '
e sons was lost," for it fell preparation ,rooms and always used hog lard). 1 cup sug- game in St. Augustine Friday be observed at Day Services will Church on Sunday October 12 t
night. They spent the night with the ,Maxville Bap-- with dinner on the grounds. The
lard halls. In winter it is warm and a r, 1 tablespoon cream, 1 tea- tist Church
Mrs. Nolan's brother-in-law and on Sunday, Oct. 5 public is cordially invited to attend FRIDAY SATURDAY OCT.
crowded mind of 4-
man. cool
cozy. summer and pleasant spoon vanilla half teaspoon salt, with ,
sister: Mr. and worship services\ dinner on these services.
Mrs. G.
M. Beach
the clash of work'and the 2
Heaven could not be more eggy yolks, 1 teaspoon baking the
f playre comfortable in Hastings and visited on Saturday grounds and: singing In :the Friends of Rev. and Mrs.. Jim
as far as I can see. powder, and 2 cups flour. afternoon.
j in Palatka,with Mrs. Nolan's The Baker Co. singers Conway of Jacksonville will be interested
the sounds the household Then I Sift NICE
a pleasant kitchento together flour, baking will SELECTION
pows Mrs. 1,.,A.'Ward, who is a definitely be.present and ,the In learning that Mrs.
l; meals., Yes life der, and salt. Beat
prepare our Is egg yolks with Bradford and, < LADIES'
,patient in the Glendale ,hospital, Duval Singers as Conway has recently had a serious
d no one paused In thes good and wonderful for'me.. sugar and butter. Add the'flour well
I as others
and her uncle,'H. R. Carmen who have been invited. eye operation in the Baptist ::
he did, I have time to listen -o the mixture alternately with cream Everyone Is .
is in a very critical condition.Mrs. invited toattend these Hospital. We do wish her a speedy ,.. Fall
listen to a bird. song of birds. Just now there is add vanilla. Mix until smooth. G. M. Beach and Mrs. W. A. services. recovery. Tm sure'Mrs.. Conway DRESSES

e world is full of song today, a little bird that only says, "Pee- Chill one hour. Roll and cut witha Cannon brought them home Sat- i Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilkinson would appreciate hearing from all

>m a Spirit hovering near, wee" over and over. I hear It drinking glass well floured. urday evening.Ladies I and son Ray of Jacksonville visit of her friends in this section. F.

o sings of the love of our every Autumn, and revel in its i Sprinkle' with sugar and bake 10 ,' please don't forget that ed Sunday with,Mr. and Mrs. Os Mrs. Nettie Mae Padgett Mrs. 2
men. song. I think of the Bible verses I to 12 min. at 350 degrees. Watch car Wilkinson and '
the Maxville Home Demonstration[ family. Dorothy Kilgore Mary Kilgore,
t who take time out to hear? in Genesis that says God madethe closely. I remove from cockle Mr. and Mrs.
Club will meet on Tuesday Get. Ray Harris of I Jewel North, Becky Higdon, Shirley )
-Frank David Harris birds and all I sheet with a'spatula and let cool. .
things.How I Jacksoaville
spent 1
14, at the Civic Club at 10 a. m Thursday Wilkinson Ncrma Jean Carter,
m glad I live over a Mortitlere love them. These days with cold wars and I The demonstration will be on L night with Mr. Harris' ,parents, 1 Bonnie Padgett, Linda Waters,

there is a hushed calm. These days when we do not rumors of'wars, I spend much planning'three meals a day. It is Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Harris. Shirley Higginbotham. Rev. and

when we do not have a have 'a body I take time 'out to time in prayer. It is good to have a subject that every housewife ,Mr. and Mrs. Holbrock ,and[ 3 Mrs. H. F. Higdon and family, C. '

the Mortuary is quiet, fshadows ull play the 'Baldwin organ. I have time to kneel and pray or pray should be interested in and we daughter, Marcelia moved back to ]B. Carter. Evelyn Coleman, Buck

ace and in the :I taken the pages of songs from aloud here as I go about mywork. would like to have all members their home In Richlands;'Va.Their l Wellhausen, Howard Durranceand l

peace and contentment No old hymn books and pasted themin I sing and think, of the son, Harry recently ,Roger
attend entered
and any other ladies that ... the were among the
is blaring loud music. No another folder. I keep on practicing many who have passed on. I are interested. Please bring a army..We will miss the family very mane who attended the' football '

. Is flickering and talking until I feel I have the right think of my childhood and the sandwich for lunch. I much. game in St. Augustine last Friday

I can kneel here In the stops ,and tones. I mark each happy days. I think of my son i We regret that little Miss Cheryl I. Mrs.. Lealer Harris and son. night. .e
tl 1 or family room to talk what stops. Then for and family and all of in Florida Hershell
song a you .. Wilkinson and her mother, Mrs. cooked dinner Sunday for Mrs. H. R.Kilgore is expectingher

who read this. I take time out Oscar Wilkinson are ill at then Fred Lang and Jimmie Lang on husband, Raymond, home

to write this. To each of you I home and wish them a speedy re- Clay Hilt from Duluth. Minn.. where he is i .

MMO .. AMMO AMMO, send my love and a prayer thatGod covery. Mrs. Bill Roberson and daugh.ter stationed with the Air Force, thelast &A&&A&AA&A&A&&AA'& 411JLWl1.UU

give you wisdom and joy: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett and Marcia of Jacksonville spent of this week. The Kilgores '

that your hearts be glad. Mrs. Alene Mosley and sons, J. C. last weekend with Mrs. Dorothy expect to leave very soon to make White Work

HUNTERS ATTENTION! The nursing home across the and G.B.,spent Sunday at ,Gold Waters and family.. On Sunday their home in Minnesota. S SOCKS $1

street is building an addition that Head Branch and cooked and ate Mr. Roberson joined them for the An Adult Education class .started Pr.

is' 125 feet long. It will be air- dinner there. day.Mrs. this week at the Baldwin .

UY YOUR AMMUNITION NOW !11! t conditioned and be lovely. It is Baldwin Indiana Win tad Game Harry Padgett. Mrs. Ernest{ School. Anyone wishing to obtain

so wonderful to have people think The Baldwin footbal team is off Padgett, Mrs. Dewey McPherson their high school diploma may attend 'TTYYTTTTTTTTTTYTTYTTTTYY

SHOT GUN SHELLS of the old and prepare such a nice to a good start this year with a Mrs. John North and Mrs. C.' B.i this school each Monday 'TTTYTYTTT.Yf

places for them at a reasonablerate. Nolan attended night for a small fee of two ...
second victory. They won their the workshop dol '"' .
12 Ga., 16 Ga., 20 Ca., 410 Ga. All Sizes f< r' '
Old age will not ,be so bad first game with a score of '14 to 8 meeting of the Duval County lars. The hours are from 7 until .:

.22 RIFLE SHELLSAt with such a lovely, comfortable over Terry Parker "B" team. LastFriday Home Demonstration Clubs at the 9 P. m. I /"

Your place to stay. I may go over someday night they played} in ,st. Duval County Court House MEN'S f u. ;P ,
if ever lonely. Whoopee! Al Jacksonville
Augustine with D &B with a score Tuesday.

though my son in Indiana has a of 9 to 0. Gene Gay made a touchdown The date for the Baldwin Halloween inNORTH

IMPERIAL SERVICE STATIONHwy. nice big home prepared to keep; and Gene'Johnson, scored' Carnival has been set I SIDE Corduroy Pants

elderly people. I will go there. the extra point with Joe Nolan Halloween night, Friday Otto bet '

301 North of Starke, Fla. Bye now and from the' 51 PsalmI and Edgar Williams making a 31.Mr. By Mrs. Carl Brown

say: touchback. bins the final, uu_ _store____ tn__ and Mrs. Alfred Harris-- have- "- RpfP.---D. 7"..v'' In.... Sl v.Q.,,,
JAMES PEARSON, Mgr. Have mercy on me, 0 God, according 9. Next Friday night they will play moved to a residence owned by & & & &&&&& &4& : '

to thy steadfast love; .with Hastings in Baldwin. Two Dan Parrish next door to Mr. and Hi, friends and neighbors. Hope Value Jt/ I

According to thy abundant mercy Baldwin school buses carried a 'Mrs. Buford. Higg ibotham. each one is enjoying these cool

blot out my transgressions.Wash crowd of spectators from Baldwin Mrs. T. H. Edwards and Mrs.. N. days; and night after an extremelyhot
me thoroughly from to the H.. Hires visited in
myiniquity game Friday night, besides Macclenny summer. 98

several cars. Hope we can keep up Monday with their brother C. A. 1 Rev., Higdon. formerly of Long 4

And cleanse me from all sin! the good work. Following,, is the Altman: Branch filled in Sunday morningand
God bless all schedule for Mr. and'Mrs 'BOb
you the balance of the Stanley and evening. Our Sunday School
LOVE MOTHER LURA. year and everyone try to come out children will arrive Friday for a attendance dropped a little but

and support their team: visit with Mrs. Stanley's mother had a fine attendance at church.

Oct. 3 Hastings at:Baldwin.Oct. Mrs. Dorothy,, Waters and family, ]Rev'and- Mrs. Higdon and sons

Out 10 Bunnell at Baldwin enroute to Washington State and daughters were Sunday dinner

Oct 17 Macclennr at:Macclenny. where Mr.'Stanley will be station- guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. L.
ed with the U." S. Navy. .

at ELROD'SDISCOUNT 4 Oct. 24 St. Josephs Academy, at Godwin-Cannon A Gerald Suggs and, family
St. Augustine. wedding of interest to a wide were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.

The Oct. 31, Starke "B" team at circle of' friends ,if that,of Miss! and Mrs. Ossie Norman.

Baldwin. Gloria Earlene.: Cannon,,daughter A.double miscellaneous shower r!

Past of Mr.,and Mrs.N. L.,Cannon of was.given Saturday night'in hon
Nov. 7
Ha. High at Tallahassee Maxville to
William Homer Godwin or of Mrs. Buddy Adams and Mrs.

Nov.' 14, Boles "B". team at son of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Luther Green at the home of Share the Profits M Sta

Baldwin. Godwin< of Maxville. The marriage Mrs. Jimmy Gaskins: Games were a

[Edited By Alice McGarvejrJ Nov. 21, Crescent City at Crescent was solemnized on Monday morning played during the evening and refreshments r 1 1 1i
City. ,;Sept.22, at 9 '
a. m. In the
were served by the
Twenty-five years ago this area Civic Club To County Judges ,
Meet Office
in Starke by hostesses( Mrs- Jimmy
was having a drought that held
The Maxville Civic Judge Theron A. Yawn.. Both the Mrs. Edna
Club will Harley, Mrs. Jessie
up strawberry planting., It was
O. bride
hold their'regular groom attended schools Scott
estimated, in an October issue of business meet in'Maxville and Mrs Viola SUggS. Seventeen +
the Telegraph that planting ing on Monday Oct. 6 at 8 'p. m. the present and Baldwin and at guests enjoyed the occasion

would be from 25 to 40 percent All members, are urged to attend the bridegroom is and the honorees received

below normal. The 1932 and visitors 'are welcome Let's! try employed"' by :his father S. >E. Godwin many lovely gifts.
planted to berries said to stay active",now and try to get at the Maxville Post Officeand Johnny Scott celebrated his i
was by
some, to have been 3,000 acres results in our community: ,thin grocery home store.In They are makIng 13th birthday' anniversary last .-- Y, SATURDAY OCT. 3, 4- .
while others, figured it as only Due to ,the football games the of the Maxville parsonage week'with a party at his home
usual crowd of Church of Christ for .his family and
teenagers grandparents
1500. Plants were scarcein the meeting We wish
Plant at the Civic Club on Friday Young' couple every of Fernandina Beach.
City area because of a Sep- ? nights happiness USED'of
tember, hurricane. has thinned out. Maybe when the through life on their Journey Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown and RECONDITIONED .

S. ball season is over we can resumeour children] visited the O. L. Linsinfamily

REMOVAL SALE A. J. Thomas as chairman of meetings.''Meanwhile check a- been Mrs ill, Doss Higginbotham has at Park of the Palms in

the local round, some of the i again and had to go to a Keystone Heights Sunday after
Red Cross, reported thatfive gang. may be i Macclenny, doctor.
there. Monday.
carloads of flour had been I Little noon. T 1
distributed hi the county, 17,000 Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman and I ,M r.- and Mrs Junior Wilkinson; son of A Housewarming was given last>
yds. of cloth and many items of family had :as thenguests over cut his arm badly Thursday evening In honor' -+ r

clothing, and that a local baker the v.'eekend.Mr.. and Mrs.. Ray on a swing at Mrs. Earl while Cannon's playing Mr.,and Mrs. Carl Thomas. Games;

in conjunction with the Red Cross, Pellum and son Mr. and Mrs. Don :Monday and had,to be were played and prizes were won

had supplied 180 rolls each day Eichelsor and son and Mr. and I '.'a Stark "doctor where it carried to by Mrs. Carrie Edwards, Mrs. Su- V

children.for six months to' needy school Mrs.ville. H. L. Browning of Jackson stitches to close the requiredseveral wound. zie Herman Clark Thomas., Mrs. Green Refreshments, and b its.of s.f

S. His mother and Mrs. Dan Groves cake,cookies and punch
were served
It is with.great
pleasure that L carried I him to the doctor.
The Business Men's Club joined can: report to you at this timt l : Mrs. Alfred Harris visited In I by the hostesses, Mrs. Billy

the Red Cross 100 percent and that the Maxville School is gettinga Jacksonville last Martin, Mrs. Carl Brown, and
also voted $30 for food for needyschool new teacher. with Mrs. Joyce Williams Approximately I-
Our dreams are :their son Ray. 1 T' 49.95
45 guests enjoyed the .
children.C. just beginning to become a real( !' Mrs. T. H. Edwards spent last and
H. Nasworthy, A, J. Thomas tty Next week we win have <4< Thursday night f in Jacksonvillewith Mr. and Mrs. Thomas received!
FROM and F. F. Stump teachers. many lovely gifts. We wish them '
NOW UNTIL OCT. 15 were appointedas Mrs. Zagortz will teach her daughter Mrs. Ruby a happy
hfe in
members of the Business Men's the first their new home.
grade which
is a very M alloy and family and,also piss tBro..
HARRY C. ELROD Club to meet with the City Council big class ,this year. Mrs. Hodgeswill ed her again !junday'afternoon.. Gerald Suggs and Mrs. 21" 99 95
Suggs. Mr. arid
WANTS TO ,SELL and urge that a new City Hall teach the 2nd and 3rd grades Mrs. Earl Cannon and children Mrs. G. L. Sapp
and :
his complete stock of fine Home Furnishings be built with federal funds. the new teacher the 4th and 5th .Ronnie and Terry and Mrs. Ed visited Mr.Miss and Dora Mrs. A. R. Sapp 1 .
The staff of BHS grades and Mr. who is
MacMullen. thePrinciPal Wilkinson
so he will not have the expense of Journal was: editor-in-chief. Kitty will teach the.6th grade. Nolan,in Baldwin visited with last :Wednesday Mrs. C. B. ill Eva at, the home of her niece. Misseek.

Hogsed; asst. editor. DOrothySapp Maybe now in the :very near'future morning: Clark of Lake City, last w .
moving them to his location She feels
new in ; managing editor, S. R. we will have the new elementary Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie that she will ne'er'r e-
SAVINGS his Johns; asst. managing ed., Sumter: school Masters turn home and her last wish Is USED CLOTHES DRYER
on to fine customers. with a teacher for. aLong nd family, singers, wm be at the to the
Harley; exchange ed.. Lois ; each grade. Maxville tie steeple go up on thsoana e
Starke. He intends to these HUGE asst. ed Baptist Church for the church and to hear the bell .
pass ex. Dorothy, Marwick; Mr. and sbsrs. Oscar Wilkinson eVen services the'third Sunday If the EXCELLENT CONDITION
Lord Is
literary ed., Louise Jackson asst willing it won't be
;, and family and Mr. and Mrs. in October which is October 19. 11 long before
litt. ed., Louise Snyder; sports ed. Leonard Elvin Miss Jo it will be up., Miss
made home Ann Parrish of
FOR 15 DAYS ONLY WE WILL Lester Schnell; asst. sports ed I. ice cream Sunday* afternoon made at spent Saturday night Jacksonville with Clark After>is a now long in rest her late 80s. VERY REASONABLE
Leslie spell we'finally
Biggs: society ed, Lois,Ad- the home of Mrs. Grace Herrick In her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. -
got an the block, '
kins; joke ed. Henry Godwin up for
Jacksonville. Parrish '

GIVE 15% DISCOUNT ON ,ALL Jr.asst.; reporter joke ed.Lester, A. W.Austin Anderson; entertainment -, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy HtggIn 1- Mr. and biro family.;'D.'J. Parrish men our Sunday had a School meeting rooms this,. past Theid

reporter am and daughter Robin had as daughter. Rhinda were visitors In Monday evening to discuss and See The New
primary and
FURNITURE. COME IN AND BUY elementary. Martha Brownlee. their guests last weekend. Mrs Jf. Jacksonville Saturday. order material to finish the job. 1'as
t L. Starling. Mrs. J. C.'Hlgginbotham Mr and Mrs. A. L. Rehberg.ofGamesville Hope it will not be long now

and daughters and Mrs: Mary visited 'with their winter is Just around the RCA'
A music I corner.
: study club was ;
daughter. Dorothy
under the sponsorship of the Lee Crawford of Lawtey. :Waters Mr] and Mrs. Carl Thomas and
Sidney. Rose and family Monday., children
Mary and
Ashley were supper guests of
Those in
of the first program chargeMrs. The Intermediate and ,Young i iPeople's Mr. and Mrs. Billy Martin last a '59 LINE
Watch for AnnouncementOf were unity to say'if Sunday School Classes Thursday evening. ,
H. .Mc I
ndon. Mrs. A. Z. Ad
of the ,Maxville
Baptist Church
Miss Frances
Our, New Location! kins, and Mrs..5.E. L, Biggs. Miss Josephine Strode of Starkewas enjoyed a weiner: ;roast ,at, 1 the Saturday as guest Martin ol Mr.spent and Mrs.:last[ NOW ON DISPLAY

appointed chief supervisor in church last:Thursday night.Itthe was Jackson Tyre of Melrote to i4
In inviting letters to theor" edit- the social service division of sponsored by the' lass teach ors, celebrate the birthday of Tomrfy help
Telegraph, suggested a state emergency relief. Mrs. Dorothy 'Waters.: Mrs. F B. '
., Tyre. They enjoyed the occasionwith
word limit '
otherwise wrote 5 *
Coleman., .Mr.:, and:Mrs., Oscar barbecued chicken.
"the sky's the limit.. "We wffl The movies playing at the'Ritz
Harris and .
ELROD Sidney: WaI1ha uses.. : Those on our sick list
i are M. L.
welcome brief. to..:
interestng, the were Will '
Rogers In "Dr. Bull"and Mr. and Mrs Robert Carter and McDaniel. Mrs. Orene C oWSatBrown,
point letters ,on any subject. You "'Calvacade.'The' latter picture daughter.. Elaine of Green Cove Miss Dora Clark Douglas RADIO & TV
may criticize or praise Roosevelt was billed as one of the
I greatSprings,v1ttedBCda1, with ,Mrand and Mrs. Susan Sapp of Gaines
point out flaws in the NRA program est ever produced 'with a east of Mrs.. John North and family. Let
i defend berate' ville. us pray for a speedy reINbL4N D. GREEN Owner ",
FURNITURE COMPANY or prohibtover 3.500, These were thewhat days Ernest, Wellhausen. Betty Jean covery' for'each one. ,
i tion and. if you dare to say when the ,
familytreat to the Griffis: and Helen Northplanned
Visitedhi Activities, for North Side for' Phone WO 4-6901
you think and face y Starke, Fla.
your |movies and a movie was Baldwin Sunday afternoon week ..
are: Sunday
School 1ciao i
bars we will give you the op port- to please the whole
family with Mr.. aDd AirB-.., m.: Morning Worship 11 a. m.;



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Home Decorating Madison Street WMS ,Miss Nancy DuPre "' he( bride assisted by Re?.. J, D.

Will Be Theme( : .. Plans: For Rally 'Honored At Coffee Free vows, were pastor taken cf the before church.an altar The
At Woman's Club l On October 17 I : ( decorated with standards pf white

tt L-". LL gladioli against a background of
i "New World o;' Ideas," a home- .1. J :
The WMS of the Madison Street .t palms.A .
decorating travelogue, will 'te -
presented Baptist; Church.me. Tfcfgdf, program of nuptial music
at ..the'regul .monthly Sept. 23, at the church r for the was sung by Teddy Williams, accompanied -
Gladys Moot_ meeting of the Starke Woman's. regular business and program : :: by Mrs. Williams, who
Club next afternoon
Wednesday :
meetiI ,-'with Mrs. J. T. Lawson, also played the traditional Bedding
o'clock.Each .
itdilq ,11-i- 3-r--_ 4 ; at 3:30:
= circle leader, in charge. marches.
year Celanese Corporation "
of America' send out home Mrs. S. E. Sparks, program The bride, given in marriageby \
.consultants chairman, used as her topic, her father, wore a full length
decorating In
new ideas for fabric searchof "keep-That Open Door," and'was gown of white tulle over taffeta
design. '
n. '!'his' year their travels took them' misted"by Mrs. M. M> Morgan, \ i The bodice was fashioned of

to Central and South' America Yrs/ R. O. Dansby, Mrs. A. J. : Chantilly lace, with Sabrina neckline

where they found over 300 fabu .,Thomas Sr., and Mrs. H. A. Law- c and long sleeves coming to

lous treasures wnich have been .soii.During P a! point ever the hands. Her elbow
-r- c: rw, 3 a1F translated into fabrics and home the business meeting, length veil of English illusion fell
M '
furnishings which will be shown presided' over, by< the president, J from a crown encrusted with 'sequins -

cn'colored slides. I Mrs: H.-A; ,Lawson.-repcrts were and pearls. She carried a
1r The program will fee presentedby I i'.ti : i c f! given'-and plans made fora groupto i .... cascade bouquet of white trees

the club's''A.merlcair Home Department 1 -. attend the' Day of Instructiont :1<$ .' entered with a single white or-
L ; under Mrs. H. C. Ritch, I First Church'to Games ville. II 1" .
g LaVpnia .
4 first vice chairman witty Mrs. Hodges .The'social' chair nan, Mrs. Leon-' :. M-. ..1 't chid.Miss Pat Bradshaw, maid of
Clyde Sinclair as chairman and Engagement ToldMr. and Stoker, made'plans for the I ; ; ;f honor, wore ice blue taffeta, ballerina

r ; Mrs. Joe Arnold co-chairman. isscciatlonal Rally to be held in. : length, with aqua cummerbund -
t q ; z ui ar rzir A dress length of 'fabrics will : and Mrs. Evan W. Hodgesof the church on Oct. 17 ,.,..,' '" i tied in a large bow at the

be given as a'door prize at this Brppker: announce the engage Mrs. Sparks,, mission! study .. .' ".. back. A wteath of small flowers
ment-of their daughter, Lavonia, hairman- announced that the "':- .
meeting. 'It 1 held the short veil of blue net.
4' Hostesses will be Mrs. Paul to Rodney Belcher, son of Mr. and F foreign ..Mission' Book, "Into ANew -,.". She carried a bouquet of yellow

iM&1 i Raymond, Chairman Mrs. T. B.S rs. B. H. .Belcher of Whigham, World,"' will be' studied! 'and \ California chrysanthemums.Miss .

Harding, Mrs. George Kaufmann, Ga. on Oct.' 21 Miss Josephine Jones, + Waunell Clark and Miss
I q -' Irs. R.' B'. Alvarez, Mrs.' Gary Miss Hodges is a 1954 graduate State Secretary,- will teach' the ,, Gloria Mai were bridesmaids and

Snow, Mrs. Arthur McRae, Mrs. of Bradford High School- and has book at the church. All members were gowns identical with thatof

F. J. Pellum, Mrs. Edmond Tenly, been living in Gaines\411e'for the are'urged to attend. the maid of honor. Their flowers
LVi&jt Mrs. Gladys Weldon, Mrs. Orie past four years.She is now'resid- The following officers''were} Installed e: were also yellow chrysanthemums. -

a Wi pgiri. Mrs. R. P. McLendon, at the home of her parents 'in by 'the'pastor Rev. J. H. Gene Neil served as best

i Mrs. W. H. Nollman, and Mrs. Booker and is employed by Cox Mabry:'President Mrs.'H; A. Lawson man and ushers were Lonzo Kirk-

__ __ Rebecca Simpson.! Furniture Co. in Gainesville. : Youth Director, YWA' Mrs. I Js; I ) 'and. brother of the groom, and.

,Mr. Belcher Is' a 1952 graduate R.O. Dansby and Mrs. J. W. Fur-\ [ Lebron Free.

.. Altar SocietySt. of Whigham, Ga. High School lo ng;.'GA.: Mrs. I p. L. Thomas and j .. Mrs. Newton, mother of the
Edward's Altar Society will and attended the University of Mrs. N. s: Dankel; Sunbeams.' r y4 A.i. bride, chose a sheath dress of

_. _._._ ,.. ., meet Tuesday evening at ,,8: o'clockin Miami. He is now living''In Jacksonville Secretary-Treasurer, :Mrs.' T. C.Hazeh !i lace in rose-beige shade, with
.' ; "- -- '" -' the Parish HaJJ. Hostesses r where -he is In business. ; Prayer, Mrs. J. 0. Gay; .' ?... ".. which she wore white, accessoriesand

ficia tetl.- will be Mrs. Lester- Humphries A'church' Community Missions Mrs. A. J. 'i1Ui'.I ;'",- "", white orchid corsage.
Mary Starling 'wedding is
planned, -'
The altar of the church was and Mrs.' Henry Stefanelli. to take place' during the winter Thomas.;'. 'Children's} Home, .. Mrs. Kirkland, mother of the;

Weds J. L. CrawfordIn beautiful with pedestal baskets of Little in'Wigham; Ga. After their Irs. M. M.>MorgariJlower;: Mrs. tl t :-._'. .: ., .' tridegroom, wore a blue nylon
white' and lavender\ carnations. Kach- mar- J. F..:Jaudcnr; Social, 1$:' d.1I..e.' !iti'1 ; jersey sheath dress
Church mums gladioli pompoms rage the couple will Mrs Leonard i 'iI" i11 lot ,a white access
Ceremony against background' !el t Pykes of.Jacksonville >\attended \ reside in Stoker Mission- ; }J: itli, series and white
j .a of the Jacksonville. ; Study, Mrs. : tt. ....:.:..v. ; orchid corsage
bride as flower girl and was .'.. -.. .
Th. Church of God in Starke tapered candelabra with burning dressed In rr "V" S. E. Sparks; ,Stewardship, Mrs. : .". "" ')i'iIOtryf.'L. ( Following the cerejopny a re;
a. pink over taffeta : :
was the' setting for a beautiful white tapers.Ronnie nylon MadIson B. T. Thomas. : "v1 no __ ception was held sit the home o>(
candlelight wedding ceremony performed Dykes of Jacksonville, frock and carried a pink. carnation : Street t the bride's parents. Yellow chrysanthemums

last Saturday evening at organist and soloist, played nuptial nosegay., Adut) "Choir Miss .1aq e Ri hard e : Jo Ann Newton, and white gladioli
seven o'clock when Miss Mary music preceding the ceremony The. bride, given in marriage by were used in decorating, Thebride's
I Charles
Starling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and sang "Beloved" and "I Love her father, was lovely in a full Elects Officers, I IgHonor', Guest Kirkland table was centered with ft

H. D. Starling of the State Farm, You Truly." length bridal satin gown featuringa The A4uH Choir 'of; the Madison At .u. heanl In LargoThe tiered wedding cake topped with
became the bride of James Lamar Paul Crawford of Lake Butler fitted bodice with >9} pointed; lace Street a miniature bride and groom.
Crawford son of Mr. and Mrs. served his "brother as bet man collar.: Her satin- and lace' -sleeves covered dish Baptist Church had a Miss Jane Richarde; whose wed a Church of God in Largo After a wedding trip to point

Silas Crawford of Lake Butler. and Dewayne Lambert of Gaines tapered to' points over her wrists. of officers' fOXthe supper' and election ding,to Lyle 'Buck m will, be an the scene Saturday evening, of interest in Florida Mr_ and

Rev. L. S. Williams, pastor, of- ville and Alton Coleman of Starke The bouffant skirt terminated in ;fer, lest Saturday: 'new church event of November' ,''was the inspiration 13, at 6 p'clock, of the can- Mrs. Kirkland are at home to
at the
were ushers. a cafhedral train. She carried a > for-a delightful luncheon Gainesville, where
Kingsley take: home of Mr. and wedding ceremony unit he is attending
Miss Sylvia Starling: attended white satin Bible topped with awhjte Mrs L..A.'Canova- given Saturday,*Sept: 27J; at lute g Miss Jo Ann Newton, daugh- the University of Florida.
"Money is like manure. It's her sister as maid of honor, while 9rchid with white satm 1:30 o'clock by Mrs. J. C. ''Wallace r of Mr. and Mrs. L.,Pierce New-
not worth a thing unless bridesmaids.were Miss Jean Craw- streamers tied with bows holding Elected were: president; Paul E. of the State' Farm in the n of Largo and Charles D.

it's spread around." ford and Miss Virginia Crawford, tiny white carnations. Her fingertip Canova.; vice president, Miss Patty Pecan room of the Garden Kesaurant ; son of Mr. and Mrs. J. THE BIGHT rOIMT tur the
: veil of nylon net'and'' lace Lawson; recording secretary, way you write.. Come In and select -
sisters of the groom. All of thebride's ; Kirkland of Starke.
I says was attached to a pearl and sequin Mrs. P.:T. Nolinr corresponding your favorite ESTERBKOOK
attendants were gowned a- An The
attractivexpink and blue cot ceremony
was performed
I "THE MATCHMAKER"\ like in full floor length gowns of headpiece. Iliss secretary,- SuncnTne chairman,, .ot.'scheme' waa:-carried'' out in'the e Rev. E. L. Newton, uncle of F'\ontaln Pen. 'fl'& :GRAPII
lira. Starling chose for her Boboifi Jean flakes; treasurer -
silk and satin, fashioned "
pale pink t able decorations. Fink 'and blue \
Tue&, Wed. Oct. 7, 8 with fitted bodice, scalloped d daughter's wedding a royal blue Mrs. L. M. Stokes; social gladioli and baby breath formed
self-pleaded fitted dress complimented Chairman.Mrs.. J. W. Furlong; li Share The Profit In Starke
Florida neckline, and short sleeves. They the centerpiece and the sarne color r -
Theatre brarian-Mrs, Paul B .
L and carried with a white carnation : Canova'-Jr,
wore matching gloves 2nd assistant motif was used. In the bridal place
librarian! ,. Mrs.-Charlotte 1
i old fashioned nosegays ot pate. cards. Marking' the of '
place the
A reception followed in the l Mill r. Section captains: _!
church education building which soprano- Mrs.; ..Ewe Lawson; alto, honoree gas a piece.- other,- chosen. n
I was decorated, with pink and Mrs: Harold Epps; tenor,'.Rev J. silver.Among. AI '. ..br
ROBBINS'I white streamers and wedding W. Pearce;: bags, P.- T. Nolin; the 15 guests were Mrs ,I ? x
I bells. director Mrs. L.: A- Canova; asistant H. M. Richarde, mother of ..thejrideelect u

The bride's table was ..overlaid $; (j director( ; Jack Rahn; ,,orjanjst l and Mrs: Margaret 1'1
Buck of Palatka, mother of the ]
with a white embossed linen cloth bliss Furlong; meme.rship -

and. centered with,a four tiered b chairman! Mrs. H.:A- Law bpdegropm.eiect. .l ...
wedding cake embossed with white g9nAt : f I' 4.
rose buds. The cake was topped the close of the election the F Primary Group
Ikr with, a miniature bride and groom, treasurer presented Miss Patty I'' \ I I l! J J 1 ......
Madison Street ij ?
interspersed with white rose buds Lawson and Neil Crawford with f \ J \

and greenery, surrounded the base. a vegetable dish from their select- hureh 4 Has. Party \
Two punch bowls were placed at e id pattern as. a wedding gift from \
either end of the punch table and the; group. The Madison! Street Baptist t :;1 I

tee SALEShopportunity crystal compotes held nuts and primary Sunday School class enjoyed ,t\1;\\ j. _

!mists.Mrs.. Farewell Party a weiner roast last Friday I _
J. T. Kirkland Sr. of 'Jacksonville evening at the home' of their
cut the bride's cake and F qr McAlileys teacher, Mrs. H.. G. Bollinger.

Weekend Specials! Mrk Raymond Redding 'of Wildwood : The 30 youngsters attending J a aa
Rev. and Mrs. W.;. S. )
kept the book. Also 'MeAffieI played games VitA prizes'w rd-
.r !assisting! in serving :were' Mrs. t* and' family were ed to the ,winners.: -After the 1 '\ -

S. Williams, Mrs. J. T. ttrklanddr. farewell 'party'an turkey dinner weiner roast outdoor supper, Rev. \ :

and Mrs., frescott Gill.(\ Wednesday 'evening, Sept: 24', at Jack :Mabry told 'the children a 1 _
the 'Presbyterian Assembly Hall
After Bible
LadieS'LONG spending: some time with story.
given by members or the First
1. their- guests the young .couple- \efton 'Assisting'Mrs.. Bollinger were 1,1 ;
a several, days wedding trip Presbyterian church. The Me primary teachers: MrsJack Maw tt1\\.
COATS tp Daytona Beach after, which Alileys left Monday for their bry, Mrs. Arch.-Thomas Jr. and !IV
at Trinity
parish" PresbyterianChurcn
-' they will make their home at'an Mrs. James Abell. Ijl
Values to $40' apartment' in the W.: B. Parks Dothan, Ala. \
fI I home on N. Walnut street. Thebride The 12 dining tables set up in ''I
chose for traveling an em the hall 'were covered .with whit Shaw Family ;: Ij,
'ibroidered beige!! dress complimented linen cloths and centered with arrangemenb Plans Reunion
of mixed'flowers. ,Th It!
$99 with brown accessories and a 1 -
T. : white orchid. corsage from her dinner was served buffet style. 'The annual Shaw. family. reuniwill on I i M

bouquet I. Following' the dinner the! .group beheld Sunday; bet .12, at
L ) Mri Crawford "employed'with surprised Rev McAliley with a New Hope Church'near Brooker.

a s. the Starke Chamber of Commerce, I skit, "This Is your Life," fashioned! The business meeting wiu'start
and was a 1958 graduate of Bradford after the TV program by the at 11 o'clock with the vice pre i- :

High School. same name W. T. Jackson serveti teat, John' Shaw, presiding.Everyone .af.4s si"r .
Mr. Crawford 'graduated fromUnion as emcee'and those taking part is; asked to 'come 'in I

High School, class of ,'i>'i were Mrs. W.,A. Bonham,-Mrs: K. time for ,this session.' tA basket
Use Our LaY-AY. and Is now employed by the Bper- G. Duncan, R. G. Paterson,'Claud dinner will (be enjoyed at noon.

Corporation in Gainesville: Crowson,. lirs: R. V.: Chapman r r '1W \ t .ff:11:

: A Small Deposit will!1 lay ; .-"'-- "' ,- ..... ,..,..... .. Miss Louise Stern, Mrs. Cam. S '11.. Sell
Ward, and'Mrs. F. P. Rowe.
v rw \
these Coats away. Shop Fruit Cakes ';gf4J
: ax K ':At the. close of the program the w 4y.

a early and SAVE! TMLATa McAliley! family received a t gif. 'Horns' baked fruit ..cakes will F14j 1 I
from the
parish. again be bld tljis/Tall by the
Methodist< Ws FS and will be

Fri. Sat -Oct., 3," 4 Rehearsal Party available the first" week in ovemi -
I '
Y b :
Helc] Thursday : ''
LADIES' The Tall The three pound cakes sell for
Stranger'Joe $3.. Orders may bee placed with
Mr. and -Mrs. H. D. of '
1.00% Orion ?Jy r McCrta;;' Virginia'Mayo. Starling Mrs: George Huggins, phone, WO -
the State Farm "
were Hosts at a
( ANDThe rehearsal party Thursday -4863 or Mrs: Titus Olson' phone. .

.Wac I\rorn\ nf last week honoring their evening daughter. WO'. 91121. 1959 OIOQO&I{ (
Walla Wall Miss Mary Starling, and hefiance I

CardiganS1AT1S i WITH JUDY CANOVA -James Crawford, whose Hospitaj i( J Auxiliary i '

Plus Serial, Chapter '15 "5J14 Cartoon Carriage was an event of Saturday Donates Benches So light, so easy to carry. takes so little space youTI r
x for Children. evening.. The party was held want it with you wherever you go.Handy as a brief- ase. I

Pl ,IPPPPP, ,- ._, in the, Church of God parsoaag e The. pradford: Genets Hospital Inches slimmer than other portables, yet rugged, dur
SUN., MON,' TUES. following' the ..wedding rel1 earsaL Auxiliary have donated, si '..bencnes. able, designed to travel. Philco'i amazing' new Semi-Flat
S tube not only slices off bulk..it -*-''
Oct. 5,6,7 The 12 guests Deluded members ', to the hpspitaj. Four benches gives you sharp bri
DOUBLE FEATURE of the wedding party and the Sn are 'placed] in front! 'of the I pictures for the finest televiewing portables! 1 Rotating
3.99 mediate families.WSCS Scantenna handle.All top controls. 17* (overall diagoaal
SLIM CARTER ijg I and, two at the! back bUild-j measurement) pictura..
-- Later to Jhe f all, shnbberqbe

,- AND Notice addeji jo the' grounds as a future 10 eidting colon Peacock Green, Cold,
I The Long i Haul t Auxiliary project. Azure Blue; luxurious Baby Alligator. or ; '
Assorted Colors' Victor Mature and Dfaaa Don, Circle One of the First Methodist t Saddle Learner finish! ,

Size 3240ROBBINS' Era Cartoon WSCS will meet at 10 sun. !Brownies 1 Plan 1. t i i

Tuesday. Oct. 7.at the home of \
'W ea., Thur''Oct.. 8, 9 Mrs.. 'E. V. Widegren, Kingsley rip To Dairy FROM
I V"\r Lake,-with Mrs T. H.', Slade, andMTS..E.
i Ot A V Thm; I V Olmsttad as -bostelS. Will* visit- .l J f '

: I Circle Two wi.U'.SDJet Monday Green;
F8r ces Oct. 6, at 3 P4n.: at the hW.o Ii Cue pprtofs- Friday afternoon,
i James Gagney, Dorothy Malone, Afysy C. H. QT ICS.. 383 VyasningtonSC.with fQ.r..their"guJar meejtog! .data
and'- -Jane GreerAND Mrs. "o. Wt While as They l wyi legv fprn.. ,.front j

: ccKhostess. ur tf s .Starke Elementary. school
t C. H.
11' ZQH0 Circle Three wjff alSO'' ;meet p riactpat's ;plEfic % at, :2 o'clock. The NASWORTHY% Pico Dealer

,The Store of Values"r Diana Andrews Linda-Daraefi Monday at' 3 p.m. at tie home"atMrs. ; : irj? are reminded .trjn g:f, note

"-- < !' .- PUs Color Cartoon < .,Nell Andrews\ with MriGUbertGflldwire tg ,their teacher hem'bomp! asking' 310 E. Call St. Starke, Fla..rAGlt .
gs!- o-hu>etC?.. ..to.te'jBxcusedat"that ,time. j _
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2, 1958 ftRADFOKD COmnT Ttrf1AAA1Dti-aTA1ltflt!
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.. M .. L ... __ _... ., v Mr. and Mrs. J. H. of -- --- ------- -. -- -- -
High Mr and ),frS. Elton Sttiitli and' Mrs: J.:'R-:'Kite will be In TabH1 two paragraphs how the affiant's You iiotilh V
jr<- helr.y a
i .f.t.f with Jacksonville:Mrs.,High'/parents spent weekend Mr.'and E family spent the weekend in Alma.; hgg cYep: ?':weekend yisitiitJudge. I qirth qy Parti> es. I full ctti-uiuktaufe\knowledge and brllet as to tin uit in* ru-iity.f i ',Ib.>r Ga. a lid "timditions urxiervhich lilid :ngAiTu at' 1 Tel pit ''
with their parents, Mr., and For .
Young .
a.M-M. glen. : Honorecs
fernJk.ilv *
Mrs. J. M. Edwards. : .lIt ckhl lrlers. and -fecurity j son 'in the above* ttanmt Cour and
Ml"'J M. M. Boatright_ and. Mrs.: and M M. Yells """ *. \. heldets who do out appear upon the :
'itt Mrs. W. G. Haile returned Wed- \ C.. \ had \ "aue. and you aro h rti \ hii omoned. -
4 B. itr.\ ana lrrg avid I hooks of the as ,
( J. Smith as 'eekend their'cotta Bennett en- company trustees ordered ajid retii-in-d tn. filet
nesday after a two weeks visit guest jat I{eq t tertainedt I,hold. stock: and teeur.ties; IB a capacity y,'ur written answer* or deftnst to
Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Bolden of Brc ] a birthday. party afore than that .f a bona I.deow'jer. .
cikYgLake.Aireand-! I
> In the
with relatives in St. Petersburg, the Complaint: in said rau
J\\ Miami spent several days last F{ed-JQopecckl'of: l Bangor Maijie, i S urdaY afternQon'8t.their hoipe.f I office of the undersigned ('!e"k of
THE NEWS West Palm Beach, and Miami. I f. That the
4t street average number ofcopies the Circuit Court at Starke Florida
r for.u
Ji eir.
week with their daughter Mrs. X. : yt \ : con, ,
I ; Ml"laRQ1M1 of
Hutta each is of this
Mr. and Mrs. J.; G. Caldwell had : Ti Fx .and I ue publication on cr ht-fore the 27 day of Octo
M. Smith, and family ) ) i \tandy ,who was",?ix Rears. old. Bold OE distributed, through ber. .
family .
\ of .Jac" onvilleaqd Mraqd. \ D. Ilia and to serve; a cppy
If. .. ... -,... .... .. _p. Mack as Sunday Yongue guests of .Martin.Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.; Lucile Davis was visiting } \ Mrs; ,, J,, 1 : ,:Wells, Mrs t L:.S': .The;' ten, youngsters _:fnjojjed I Ig the mails during or otherwise the twelve to. paid months subscribers thereof on Th H"on A. Yawn. Jr.,

Mr. and Roy Crenshaw and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis, Jr. and HuitQ\ and Mrs. Carolyn 1 ames with Prizes.and bad '! weu) I preceding. the date shown above is plaintifrs attorney, ."whose addressis
: Mrs. L E. Clark are Mrs. W.; H. Holland has returned Red grav! ; roast.. 2,800./ \ ') : Post Office Drawer 7S1, Starke.
family of Ocala were weekend visiting Mr. and. Mrs. J. O. Ma- to her home in Dublin, Ga. atterpending family in Gainesville Monday and and',,scp,. Wayne v<< $tatkei J. _. -- E. L. MATTHEWS, Florida on or before said ,date as
? ; ,The.Bennetts assisted
guests of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Kathy in Stapleton, Ala. for several several months with Mr. Tuesday.Mr. ).ir, and Mrs.MclayTrrtiluck! of : were by Sworn to ana subscribed beforeme required by the lawn of Florida and
and Mr Cec.Jl.Swellj>| Panama,City, this ?rd day of October, 1951.OFFICIAL the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure
Mrs. B.
L. took
Chitty. I weeks. and Mrs. S., L. Peek Jr. Mcxley Sanford ,wee weekend: 'quests o| ( .SBlj If you fail to do so, a decreepro
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark! and Attending the Alvarez family Rev. J. H. Mabry Jr is spending fcer mother Mrs. Irma Netherland, M r..and 141" :.Clyde?.;Terwtllegaf.! Carol Ward celebrated''her. 14th|CHARLES,Clerk .\. DARBY, contesso for the relief be demanded entered" aalnt4jou in the
back Circuit ,
to her home in Court County of
family of Neptune Dead( and ilr. 'j union on Sunday in Ocala were Thursday to Monday at Newport Mr.,,and. Mrs. >E. f'l'J Strickiand Bradford State of Florida complaint.
and Mrs. Kenneth Clark and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, Miss News, Va- with nis parents, ,Dr.. Ga. over the weekend after Mrs. ind M. l..t.. Kuhn'of>: Lat e. Cwfre. 'P ,jiithday relay evening aliniversarx,1alt.with a >> Sat-. This notfa-e shall be published once
daughter of, Jacksonville Dorothy Alvarez, A. L. and'Mrs.: Sr. Netherland had spent a week here. .,Sunday gHegts oft Mr Bops party la the trier"ilfart or Ih Eighth each Meek for f<-ur consecutive weeksin
Mabry }
we4 Alvarez, an4 I :the thir.'Aome Judicial Cirruirof .'
.Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts and if; ;i.W9 :on .. Florida aid the Bradford. County\ Telegraph.Witness
Sunday visitors of -Mr, and Mrs. Miss Irma Gainey and John Hen Mrs. J. R. Bolick of Lewiston Mrs, P.'WiStrickland. ,_. :.t t Platt edger: : .. < .., OradUrd (resat'. In ('haacery.Case my hand and the seal of
I Mjr. and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr. UCoj No. 1S-641 said Court at Starke.: Bradford
I. E. 'Clark.Mrs. j ry Morris. Idaho is making an indefinite visit : ). ,,4,4CvJ| ih of Camp ii- attractivelyoecoCgted
.'.1' rport was VerbleAnderson,
and family spent the weekend at B1 j Plaintiff 'vs. County Florida this! 24 day of'Sep-
J. Dorr Smith left for Dal Mr. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin with her sister, Mrs. Jesse New o di. wimbeprking, at $fo ,fo{ the. occasion!,? !, .wtA I;Jack \Anderson Defendant. tember. A. D. 1938.
the Brownlee
cottage at St. Order .
Augustine Pt\\U Of P.1oUnotleu.u( S.liee T.'tieread
las, Texas and Mrs. Frank Duna- left Wednesday for a three weeks some! and Mr. Newsome. :;ti=tiYht D. P.iz i'h! &i'F! I. nhfau. Charles A Darby. Clerk of the
Beach. J: )t. pf The State
Circuit Court of Bradford ,
trp daY County
tup to Minneapolis, Minn where 4 ak a t 0 FiurMaTut
pan: returned to Douglas, K U. on Mr. and Mrs. Billy Burbank Jr Mrs. J. G. Caldewell has taken J c : 3teamer an4.balloon",!: O,:." Florida.
Mr. Baldwin will attend the Business of ,DemopolLs Ala. .were visitingMr. M r.indljrs} ;,:HarnQreen seen The\fit tgenaegTiyests, ( enkyedrrrreshgie JMIt' .{mlerm., c-o Gene\tve (crnrriT COURT SEAM
Sunday after the ; the position as "housekeeper at Jones.tUOO"Loii'Street
three weeks with spending past managers meeting of the Investors i and Mrs. M. W.. J,.ance on the\ Bradford County Hospital.Mr. 1lfi'Ve n?l0, Wt t tlx3. 9reysborot t !.dancigg. F!plU1? ;t born .Michigan: East. Deer-. I By: CHARLES A. 'D.la"Cl'rk.%ii 41 10-lf

Blair! : Mrs. W. 'L. Diversified Services, Inc.; Monday and Tuesday.Mr. and Mrs. Jesse> Newsome T ..:1M >t rs. .Ar q4'F.)p ft Y Lea) .d.;, varnesitllliru. .1">; .:1r;;. !' .the n' ,.,.f D a rtv Ufo

for a week. They will also visit I and Mrs. E. E.!: Lewis and had as Sunday eI\\&ol", l Meat J esse,.. Subi tt. 'qu ; "
guests Mrs. Sarah
Mr. and JTrs W. G. Godwin in b'is' .:D.Q..MtJ. MJK rr l --- ; ,
with her
family are staying father McCall of Palatka, Mr. and Mrs.. :n1! : ;e' 's"tfle. Profits in Sta'rc
"Marriage is bribe Cleveland, Ohio enroute home. v ti! ta faAgd.MQ. d.tT RidiardVainwT i \ ht was host to
a to i David Dyal, in Hampton dur W. A. McCall and family of Clearwater d ,I I1eYaltaleltilQG3'ep \

make...... a housekeeper think Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh and Mrs ing his convalescence following an and Mr. and Mrs. Morris s : } : t e3'->\: i ia.iii haoftaond. .;iii !1'&; l '

she's a .holder." 'F. Cole of Lakeland arrived. Tues operation. Williams and family of Folkston, e .. "' .. ." hamgurf tfq.lY: ll' after!
9us '
Said in day for several days visit with Mrs. J. W. Lee of Atlanta, Ga. ]kris. W. :B.. l !eY ol jackson.viHe\ t\\$. ;tit. fGJemw.pJ.J.. \ \'a eleewtht

Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Ga.Mr. is Visiting Mr.-jir J "ji'l y.!. t(H.. ." .-
will arrive Tuesday for a visi and Mrs. Russell Reddish of Mrs.; J .arksFlynn. tcS -

"THU! 111CII 1AKER't Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Colson and with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chaste Lawtey have rented one of the er t@It.liC4\ 63.1frs. i, Jrl Pu'Mf rt\ y. : raCr.ails. .
Dplph Reddish\ entertained
granddaughter of Glenville and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee ; a l1 ;
Ga ree .
Tues. Wed McKinney apartments on W. Call
Oct. 7 8
1hA-.. .... .1 p.m\
were Sunday visitors of Dr. and PFC Wallace'Wise, stationed! In street. a :1dIn41iktx J ,y.\'uaM : I

Florida Theatre Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Dr. Colson : Frankfurt Germany, is attendingthe Mr. and Mrs. William Irvan and fib ;f"ni S ::04 taA4Agol \U \ tep t 1f"l {f le'filhb !
; fiI IO .
and Dr. Middleton were collegeclassmates I Brussell's World's Fair for s e;: i Stand A \ : .v. 'Iktfle.tnouWt !
sen of u :
Lexington SATURDAY
Ky. were guests s laye durrtlithe -FRIDAY .. OT CT. 3
I \ >>tit0ay E. : 4-
class of 1838. ten days. E. Tanker 4 ,
Of Dr. and Mrs. A. Y. ( ,
Covingtonlast wiN,r gtgd llttf g'e@ktitdHit grt IK\ ia A\ A 1 : -i*
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Huggins o f week. icPoxtSN Q Ice= fce lW\.jt\ .I't t af:1z e I
) :d l \i.f..f: i I
Alachua ,were Sunday visitors;; o;f Mrs. W. S. Slade Is visiting Mrs EJ .t\t.J4n "Y\1.\C:\ \ h't'ts .4P 1'e.j bY b.\ w'o41i'+

We roll out Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins. J. H. Milhollin in Douglas G coritpaeddls t.a l\1Jef ll b3ta4r4iTbn f'WRl.be\\ IW, G ..w. l! 'i> w. II Table Model! Hi Fi

Mr. and Mrs. Owen' Vaughn and'Mr. and Mrs. Will Slade and c Jf-FJ4\U',1PtW.kqWWlJ ts > .. %1-:. w tndis d
the red carpet were visiting' friends In Tampa family in Baxley, Ga.' this week. :>Mu.1
t>aapsterred'! ",,",' yjU Al>}-n'. I >> Reg.149.95
last week. Mr: and' Mrs. T. H. Slade. !Sr .&trsi.f tt .Bi"d4R4y.1h-Mi3tt.

i:: ::.C 8. when you need Mr, and Mrs. B. W. Davis o:f and daughters spent the' weekend vfstmg' {'l i.\t.nMf5.,+;. 3P .. .; k rhopportwuty
:' Warner Robbins Ga. are visitingJudge' with Mr. and Mrs.. Charles r n
: ::::: .. wye : jtfc ..t. a ;
4jihetp: I and ''Mrs. T.- A. Yawn, Jr. at Jacksonville'Beach.Mrs. .- iMrt ek a. Harris visited Mrt SI special 99.95

: : .. for several_ davs. Shellie Hall spent the firsiof Harris In the VA Hospital in At

If you have an insurance problem, call on us. We take Mr., and Mrs. Walter S. Agnewhave the week with Mr, and MrsBrad !lanta over {the weekend. Their _

with purchased! the George Kuy- Locke and family u\? Jack- children Karen and Gary, stayed 4.
pride in the fact that we've been helping people Starke 'anriounrje*the birth of 'a
Kendall home Road 16. sonville. with their
on Mr and grandparents, Mr. and MAGNIVOX CONSOLE
their insurance for so many years. Whatever' your : Mrs. Kujkendall\ and family! havenoved .. Mrs. George Flynn, Jr. and children Mrs. Eric Moore; in Brogton.. G$. won, Robert Craig, on Sept. 25 at

problem, call us for fast, friendly service. to Eaton Rapids, Mich.. will l spend the weekend withher I 'qtr.and Mrs,' poJpdish, Doctors Hospital-

Mr, and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell attended parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. R.;) S l will attend the dedication of the -* MU10 PHONO Combination!

the funeral of a nephew McAteer, in Tampa. first _cottage .for thQ EJorida Bradford CQWty Hpspital an-

HAROLD C. %WALL AGENCY L. E. Mack, last" Thursday. at Daytona J. R. Hixon entered the Brad Sheriffs' B.oys Ranch on the, Su-- Ptinc JMrvand s z. the, (Q.llQwIn.g.bl" >s: .
Mrs, Joseph; bakken
Beach. ford County Hospital Sunday fol. wannee River at Live. Oak or\ fri- :
Jr. of tarke.a stin.Ggrytrue,
"INSURANCE SPECIALISTS" Mrs. Natalie Thornton is confined lowing a heart attack day 95
Sept.,25 $?OQ
200 E. Call Street Phone WO 4-4801 in the Bradford County Hospital Mrs. Donald McAdon cf Mur- 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cauffman ..M ; : Easy
!: and Mrs. S. B. Jarvis ofSt
Starke, Florida for observation and treat freysboro, 1' -nn., is .spending Iwo entertained 'Mr. and Mrs, J. Po rli h&
>; _, ,. son, Sept. ,.Util:
ment. months with Mr. .and Mrs.. Ha.rry Warren and' Mrs. E L. Barman Value
Green.. ;Sirs ,and Mrs. Homer Charter Terms
a birthday dinner and theatre 9
Monday Odom of f Morose: a_ ,daughter,. ..
evening. All three hon- Lee
Tracy 26.

Be Warmer in every Room Buy Your Quaker : nrees.pelebrat4 week.Funeral{ .' their irtndayiiS Mr. an 'Mrs Sept.*., Robert L. Carterof

% Melrose, a son, Harry Dean,
Sept. 26. We have a fine selection of High Fidelity

SAVE to & FUU Florida Sunday Mr. 'and Mrs. Charles Lang ot Recordings ... Popular Classical and ,RestIgtuyS.

on QIL CIRCULATOR For'-'Mrs. Carter Maxville. a son, Donald Kevin, ,
., : .._:. n_ < _!--u'::
-4 "7' ;--- :- "* epL.:: .ha. .

..- Former, Resident I Mr. and Mrs. Joel Sidney Ja.ek-
;; r
'* T son of Starke a daughter, Cynthia : -

'Liberal' FOR YOUR lHEATRE Mrs. Susan Powell Carter, 14, of Ann, Sept. 28.

EARLY L '., Cottondaleu, ,Ala., died Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gerald BULLINGTONStudio
ti .. 1 'i Sept. 24- after>t extended illnessShe Geiger of Starke, a son, James

Allowance OLD HEATER t Tjf Sat. Oct. 4 was .b.om.in North Carolinan Gerald, Sept. 30.

.. <*-, vAfc* j %afc-.i4 DOUBLE FEATURE April $Q, 181, her parents be.- & Gift ShopFRIDAY .
"* -
'+ log the late 1l.obertS. and Laura '
FROMDENMARK fare our county during the
: .
on the early purchase of this Quaker Heater SLOW DRAWL..LIGHTN1N'"DRAW! ;-
:k .. \i Sincerely
equipped with!! automatic forced: air fan and fist -Church. E. L. (Lawton) Crawford.:] Share the Profits in Starker
Surviving are two daughters,

automatic air feed.. '. lei ? Irs. Leon A. Clay, of Cot ndale.Ila. .

mi ., and Mrs. L. H. Pond of Stony NOTICE TO D ;FK:>D
Creek ;Conn; two brothers In Cirratt Court, Urudford C.ua Automatic Florida: I. Chancery
,4 Charlie J. Powell, Starke, and Case No. 12-537
FORCED AIR FAN r +. .. "eorge R. Powell, Newton N. C. Mattie Mc-Cullough Wood Plain ( ,p
hree. sisters, Mrs. Eva Ford. Cooa

i. : Mrs.. Maude Fields,; Starke; NOTICE TO APPEAR
Makes nw Qwokir, on Y To: William
yoit of STARKE D. Wood. whose residence '
end Mrs.
automatic. \\tt d air biatingtyitom. Robert Tanner, Baldwin and address lei l'nkown '

A ; and five grandchildren., f You divorce are hereby and reiteration notified that of maiden a suitor SATURDAY -- QCT-: 3, 4l -.
a Turns itslf'Oft and off auto*' cauMettPIC1Utt Funeral: services were held in name has been filed against
you in
matically. I '9 PRICED FROM he De\Yitt C. Jones Chapel Sunday the above named court app| cause! and
a Che.lot.. ONI.THIID mere afternoon at 1. o'clock with you are required to sense a copy ofYanswer
.M SUM CUlttWQ'ltcu$Il'/W'k Kl+ or pleading to the i-oin-
wormer ok than ordinary healer Rev. J.' H. Mabry, pastor of thIdpdison. e plaint on the P lntitf's Attorney

blower or fait.Automatic,' r Street Baptist Church.of'idating. Alan C.:; Winter. Jr; '319 Florida Title
Apo Builuing,:Jacksonville 2; i'U. and file
Burial was in the family the original, in the office of the Clerk
"AIRFEED"Turns # 9 5 plot,in Crosby.Lake Cemetery. of the Circuit Court on or before 'the
''Active 3 day of November 1938: otherwise
pallbearers '
were Free '
< tb i p11 legation}.'91 *>*' Into heat man Register, Bob Lappe,.Carr be taken as confessed by yo,+
Colley.- .Ewell Lawson This notice shall be published once
_. ; t Automatically supplies correct amount %a 4.' ; Bob Edwards each week for four consecutive.weeks
o! air to burner. Eliminates draft prob t and ;Rudolph Sink in the Bradford County Telegraph! r
!ems Assures highest burning. efficiency ,\ c. Dated trill 1. day of October 195$.
i.j lQWest fuel l costs.. e (SEAL. ) .
The Matchmaker'Ne CHARLES A. DARBY
'I'Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Liberal Trade.' For Comedy Film By J{ arian:L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk

NEW IMPIOVED ... -. Plus "Camp Clobber'" Coming To FloridaI 10-2 U ,10 ii '
Your Old Heater Sun., Mon. Oct.. 5, 6 I ?r .. 4' .. tw."'" '1Nf T U. Circuit Court Budford. C. ...nty,
Florida *
Matchmaker, one of theiig.Broadway : IaTbneer
: .comedifs'/of i { ,r cepYear's t E' nice 1Jc1IU1a-Andrews Plain
V/INNER / ti[', tat;Charl\e\ U'Andrfws, Defendant
/ OF 8 ACADEMY AM:SI! wW.pg! seen. In the movie, ; COTTON
m -.. 3 version at the Florida .TheatreTuesday To:' Bernice McMillan. Andrews. ;
\ .XT KMTMHOT R.eiiJen5is( .Vnkovn. : .
Shop Us Before t lAi4'C1PemOw ] and. Wednesday. You are notified that a Petltloe a s J J.i.
t twa Starring Shirley'Booth in th for Modification of Final Decree BATS

1 4fM IHlllIlililihIr : -O.SlATU. title: e..1'I !Matchmaker": tells, yf abpve Divorce'entitled des cause been; and filed that In you the .'

'. the hilarious story of conniving; I are hereby required to 'tile your objertipns -
iiJ ( with' the Clerk of this
4 You but lovable -
Buy professional matchmaker
/ourt' ,
1 ........ ( and to serve a copy thereof
who sets out to doublecross
4 the'defendaat'or'detendanf a adodt Szr '
SUPER. her client, a ;rich' ,. stuffy merchant is attorney: 'ubose name "and* address

so that she can land him'I
and Bail-1005
CHALLENGER. I -LI r "WE GUARANTEE TO Plus "Okey Dokey Dankey," herself. Paul Ford [Sgt: Bilka's ''I ent Life pudding Jacksonville,
S .
cc "", I Cartoon. i Florida, not later than November
commanding officer' '
on the :Phil 3,19s -r

OIL HEATER SAVE YOU !MONEY"\ Silvers television jEboMr) plays the If yoq fail to'do so, the roodiflca- '
flow 39 In. :Yellow Homespun
requested will be granted.
Tues. Wed. 7 helpless rAercrant.-who
& tfitnesa hand
Hero it advanced design offering my and th"eeal of
a chance against Miss i said Court at Starke, Bradford
real heating economy
you 0 Booth's scheming. County, this 1 day of October. A. DItiS. .
combined with moderate
l Special.
Use Our I ; P.-.t i MacLaine 20c
PopularBUDGET l' - .. 'Jhe DONidiTiYNl : young milliner whom Ford;.thinks Charles .,\. Darby. Clerk of the Circuit
of I
GUARATEE V the matchmaker arranging for BY'Marian Court'r L.
2-WAY MONEY-IACK Crosby Deputy Clerk
PLAN ttThe '.
him to marry, and TonyPerkins 10-2 4t n.3:

Gw$nte 4 l to rive you mON A Guaranteed to beet your home MatctfmtkerW is the young grocery store clerk STATEMENT -OP THE OWNERSHIP. 36 In. Dark Prints
I. comfort iq every room ot your Z on 25% to 331}% less fuel! than in love with the milliner. "ANAG ) ENT. CIRCrLA-
)borne on less fuel than any any ordinary heater or YOUR .W*....* TIOV ETC, BEQCIRED BY THE
MONEY ordinary. BACK.heater or YOUR MONEY BACK. Quaker, Long-Life "Smoke BOOTH CHITTT THANKS VOTERS 'ACT:-to 111 Ot:. CONGRESS AS AMENDED OP BY AICC8T THE ; Special. )

> ANrnONY PERkiNS ACTS Of M4RCH 3. 1..13. A\D: 2fc
'Plus many other OUTSTANDING FEATURES! less" Burner gives extra heat I would like to express my aj>- 'jrtr Se..lia: *"Z.233)1M. "(Title A 3.. I'.S. C.te.

UIRIY MACI.AJN predation to the voters of Stance Of BRADFORD COUNTY TEL E.
i Qvottr lottg-Uh -s.o"tas" turner-give* extra from every drop of oilDoesn't for re-electing me City Council 1- GRAPH published weekly at
.... treat every 4re* .l .U. PftCM'l Mel at. ayAHSteel PAUL man. Group Two. i am gratefulfor $tarke.; Florida for October 1. 1J5S.
stage pt nn. smoke -!1ST.FORDy. 1. That the' name and addresses Check Profit Sharing Coupons. $40
.. at any stage : the opportunity to serve and of the publisher managing your
'a CeluYpdISI- 1 5% ffmei faster WORM* ; -- ._ f' shall perform the duties of this editor, and etmin are:: t

_' So* .M-fohiMM, slew bating fast: keq. of fire. office in the moat efficient and Fla.'Publisher, E.'L. Stark,, in prizes still unclaimed.!.

t Plus "Uranium Blues" Cartoon Editor.: E. L. Matthews, Starke
effective means'-at my cimman d. Fla.

"IT'S A FACT YOU .CAN DO BETTER AT" -Randal F. Citty. takee.Managing Fla.'Bulnul '. Editor E. L Matthew .

.. -
Manager E. L. Mat
Thurs, FrL Oct. 8 9 CRAWFORD THANKS,. VOTERSI thew$. Starke, Fla.
: ?. 'That tie owner Is( : E. L. l *tSU'rke -
wish to heartfelt thews. FIa:' STUMP'S
express my
j J. That the known bQ 4koI4erl.
DENMARK Furniture Co. appreciation to my friends and hto' gages and' other security

.. f fellow citizens of Bradford County holders owning; or holding 1 pei
tl 1 t t tea: or mot. of total amount (t
: for re-electing me as your
I bonds toprlgifea, or. other seta)
!cart Or..S-s t County Commissioner DistrictiTwo. flu are:

foe Peliyery ,OF .STARKE FreeDe/ivery/! 4 R +11 1'1 ,d J! I would like for you to l :f;..9n4.l Paragraphs. 3 and :S Include I Inca ,DEPARTMENT STORE,

'know that I consider this your offIce > -I where the stockholder appears L

434 446 West Call St. Pho ne WO 4431 terke' Florida toon Plus' "Qopher SPtlCar_ ": nof?, mine; and that I will appreciate : upon trustees: .t} _or books(a jny of! the other company fiduciary as E.. CALL. ST. PHONE- WO. ,4-2651.

,. i. .. = v \\f. r : 'your' advise land', w e1- rrliliy"+ tile uaue of the Bersonei orAq

1 ;!come your. U gestioo3 for the e Itdsyaiatori. for x how such trust
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F Lions Resume Farm Bureau Elects I,Diploma TestApplications I j from the Adult Education Office

25-20 'f New ,In the USO Building.
Victory Directors
I : AUG.IDOZJEPT.'I Broom SaleThursday j!I ; Being

Over' Santa Fe These elected members of Taken Until Oct. 6

Night |[(the Board of Diectors; cf the I V V. C. T. U."LNTEMPERANCE .

Tuesday night the Tornado "B" Farm Bureau were Foster Sill Applications for the Florida ,

Squad exploded for three touchdowns 12 1959! (; Members of the Stark Lions '''I;!Smith, Z. W. Hamilton J. R. 'Equivalency: High School Diploma IS TilE

in the first half to defeat I Club will resume their bro m-selling Wainwright, J. R. Kelly, Freddie tests will be accepted through MIGHTIEST\ OF ALL FORCES
the Santa F* Rebels 23-20 at .Watterson, Lloyd Dyal, Lonnie THAT CLOG TIlE PROGRESSOF
campaign in Starke Thursday :| October 6, L. II. Gibson Bradford
Bradford Park. i ir I night, Oct. 2. The first drive, two 'Karley 1\' W. R. Ferguson and J. GOOD."
I ; 'County
I'i director has I
Irwin Martin era M.
i :! v.eeks ago, met with considerable: ,.|' Edwards Jr From these nine [BUXTON IN NATIONAL
yards out on the third play of iI :i!there will be selected' a president, nounced. The ten-hcur test batteryto j VOICE.
ruccess, and the Liens:: hope that
the game. Later he adaeu two the areas they work this Thursday I< vice president, secretary, and state be given during the week of
tcuchdown runs of 15-20 yards In I delegate.The I
October 13
must be
will! respond in the same way. !j'I ordered from
the second rw>rind to give Starke i new officers will take office i j,Tallahassee one week in advance I II
The brooms are made by blind I I HEALTH FACTS
19-7 half-tlme edge.
a 'at the '
; meeting and the !
workers in Florida and of the testing
profits ; period.
In the second hail Santa Fe r
Ii board will ,
meet to
r prior this for
from the sale are used in the Lions I According Another M.D. the benefits
controlled the ball for most. of / 'their election. to a new state policyon praise -
the third quarter when they Clut sight conservation'' program : the General Educational Development of spinal adjustments.

scored tc cut Starke's lead to in Bradford County. Besides the :1 Discussed at the September tests, applicants must "(,hlropra<'ton are! obtaining results -
1913. regular household brocm, a heavy- meeting was the Brucellosis' test- wait six
months for retesting sections that I could not obtain with
duty warehouse broom is also ing program which will get underway
failed unless medicine "
The fourth quarter opened with they are enrolled or urpry.F. .
in the county PresidentPat
Starke driving frpm their own 40 sold.The soon in an evening class on the sub E. Rutherford M.D.\

yard line. A brilliant quarterback Starke Lions ,Club works Miller suggested that ,the organization ject concerned Gibson explained.The Since Chiropractic care restores' "

peak for 40 yards, by Chester with the school officials and the the State invite Livestock a representativeof Board to time requirement for enrolled and maintains help after all other

Bubbal Moody placed the ball : county health department in locating applicants is reduced to 90 days methods fall dace
t: meet with the Cattlemen .to explain you can by
Cn the Santa Fe two yard line, 1 children whose sight is de- between tests. swing your Chiropractor first
the '
testing procedure"and
from where he scored. :Santa Fe fective. When it is suspected that As all holders of the state high
ae the cf the
scored later to end the night's play 4-A z i i t. LA7q f ri--.. txv 8 needy child needs eye care, the program: school diploma are required to The
with Starke leading 25-20. Lions Club pays for the examination have a satisfactory knowledge of

Outstanding linemen for the as well 'as glasses, and any Mary Carter Paint American History and Government Dr. H. G. Bollinger

Tornadoes were Marty Crosby, treatment that is necessary.To Store To OpenIn an evening class has been Chiropractic Offices

Henry Barrcll, and Mike Darby. keep this",program in oper established under the direction of
N. Walnut
Backfield' honors, went to Martin ation requires considerable money Starke Friday Bill E. Costello. The class is
with uVl'rallong while Malone duled WO 4-2881 Starkeor
on Monday evenings
and it is through the sale of the A Mary .Carter Paint Store is
and Gay added yardage when to 10 p. m. in the southeast wing
needed. blind-made brooms that the local scheduled to open in Starke this
the USO Building.
The remaining "B" Squad schedule G Lions raise a big portion of the :Friday with Robert Rafter of Applications for the high school 78 E. University
Phone _
6-3238 Gainesville
is as follows: funds needed. The Lions ask that Gainesville, as manager. diploma tests may be obtained

Oct. U, Lake City. here 7:30: i the citizens of Starke support The new store is located at ---- -- -

p.Oct.m. 24, Palatka. there 7:30: p. I them in this program by bujing Temple teria. Door Avenue prizes, near of the five Washe-one- i! Sell It Rent It
a broom when they are called o n, gallon cans of paint are being offered Trade

m.Oct.. 28, Gainesville, there or by contacting any member of (to persons registering during -

Nov. 1. Baldwin there 8 p. m. ,. ,." : the club'and ordering a broom. the opening. WITH
Nov. 4, Lake City there' 7:30: y \ All of the money raised by the Mr. Rafter plans to move his TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

p. m. .. .......... t tfl.1 Starke Lions Club for sight conservation I wife and three children to Starke
\j ': ..
d .- .
is used in Bradford as socn as suitable living accomo-
Mrs. Moore Named County. dations are found.ALVAREZ' 20 WORDS OR LESS One Initrtlea Utl.I... Charge) .n

Post 56 Stages Successful Celebration EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 ---:...._ ____ 4e ft Wes
1894Men's ADS
r ll1ll STORE It ADVANCE! ).
Recreation. GroupMrs. Department, Area and District Robert Annin, 3rd District Commander Lower photo: new members- Clothing II CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ----_ $1J5 Per larla Vlrst
American Legion officials gathered Mayo. 2nd row [Il-rl A. I ducted into the Post at the cele- $1.00 PER INCH FOR SMR AD REPEATED ONB' OR
Cornelius Moore of theHeilbronn here last. week to add their J. Thomas, Jr., Past DepartmentCommander tration MORE TIWF.IC.'RDS
meeting 1st row nor] Alston OF THANK (Up To 50 Words) ..._____ __ _
I section is the ninth congratulations to Post 56 at its I'I --, 11M
; D. Goodman Bowles, Robert Chapman, OVER SO WORDS ___ ______
member of the County Recreation celebration marking completionof 1st Vice Commander Post 56; George Donaldson Post Commanc'er 1Hw: thing: Scriptures_ by jack alum --- n --- 4 QaU Per W.r'MEWORULS

Committee by unanimous vote ofthe 100 per cent membership drive. Madison Smith,'Vice Commander Rabb and Membership* Chair-- Missionary Imperative AND! RESOLUTIONS u_. ____ 4 r..*,. P.- -.- w... -._-.

eight members at their last Top photo: 1st row, left to right: Northern Area of Florida; E. J.I man Goodman, L. D. Conner, Glen I
meeting., Sept. 25. L. H. Gibson, 4th District Adju- Cooper, Department Commander FOR RENT-Furnished first floor FOR RENT Available Oct I,
Lewis, and A. C. Raulerson. 2nd apartments. Close in desirable Jo- 2 new
. Other, business was setting thetime tant; S. E. Sparks, 4th District Graceville; Harry H. Rabb, Post I brow: 1-r] Ovid Bennett Ben Starting I[ cation. All conveniences. W. H. Good bedroom neighborhood, nicely furnished Adults house.

and place for the next meet. Chaplain; Walter Krebs, 4th District 56 Commander; Melvin Dixon, Bill Glisson Jeff Nollman, 228 W. Madson St. ttclig Mrs E. P. tenner &JJ McMahon.Apply

ink, which will be in Lawtey, Committeeman; Guy An- I State Service Officer; E. A. Row-I George Grover, and Abe Abecrombie. Hopkins-, FOR RENT By Oct 1 unfurnished Phon.0 4-5744. tt-chgFUK
Oct 23. drews, 4th District Commander; ton. Department Adjutant. :3 bedroom 1 12 bath home on SAL.K-Fenta process treated
driginal members of,the County Keystone Lake, $65 per mo. Also fence posts 4 miles North on JUl.
2 bedroom furnished home on Green & Hakken
Recreation. Committee, are Joe UP ALLIGATOR waters of the river into crystal Spring LaKe. Phone evenings, Keystone -'
't. my fellow citizens of Brad- Heights :2262.: : % ;
:lip 11I -
James HAVE
y Bloodworth Mrs. clear waters from the spfings. a new loan program for
Wm. Epper:on, and X. M. Smith, fcrd County: CREEK Those of you who have not seen I I FOR RENT-Cottage at Kingsley for farmer the?. entire Loans of credit 1 to 6 years

an of Starke; Fred Moore Law From the bottom'of my heartI n this should put this en your list )\ I Lake.Torode.Partly LE furnished.3-2201. Jtchg Mrs. Pauline 11-%- of the farmer and his requirementa fam*

tey j Wilson Green Brooker: J. A.. thank you for the fine vote with as a must. Traveling up the run Association ily. Gainesville, 620 Production iJorth Credit

Gnann Therresa: and Frank given me in Tuesdays Second I I. Zatk I towards the springs we soon spieda Dream FOR Cottage.SALE-Keystone Like new Heights inside and- Gainesville, Fla. lain tfch.

Williams, Hampton. Primary, ana I wish to exteno. Walton flock of monkeys in the trees, i a out. Paneled. Corner lot. Select RADIOS REPAIRED
These members were appointed Congratulations to the winner;I r t: i three of which had on bathing neighborhood. Furnished.. Why pay AU Make All ..*.
from rent 'all Kevstone 419% 4tp 10-16 leaaoBaale
the various committees and Commissioner E. L. Crawford. 1. trunks and hailed from Starke. Caartea paruteN
they elected the'ninth member. em proud of the many new You can enter the actual territoryof FOR RENT-or Lease Johnson's laiuaa GrevB.RADIO Owner A TV

The County Committee will be an I friendships I have made during the springs by boat and take 4-4ii"4.Farmer Supply Building. Phone tfchg WO !!' W. Call St. Phone IV04-mi
advisory committee making recommendations this campaign, and would like to your time in viewing the different FU. ....-..
to' the County i urge everybody to pull together Huiricane Helene has backedup .chambers.and grottos formedby EXPERIENCED your space FOR SALE-14 in X 11 ft. steel
heater needs cleaning, contact Jun-
Commission and the tide water bringing in some culvert pipe,, JUS ft. ALSO Build
helping now for the ot Bradford the underwater
recrea- progress currents. The Iorl1l.'n at this address: Rt. 1. Box: Ing lots for sale Im S.uth Gatt
tion I committees of the various County. of the best catches this year of sight of those lazy catfish really tin, Starke. Fla. 9-25-4t Subdivision. Low down payment.
communities. hrimp; in the St. Johns River at Low monthly
.. -Ewell Lawson. made my mouth water. I thoro- FOR iLEbedroom block homeIn payments. BILLY
r- Green Cove Maybe.llse will backup JACKSON. Pboic WO4- 'I1 e,e Cen
I ughly enjoyed this trip and I join city. Nice neighborhood. Furniture tral Truck Lines. tfchg
If desired See Joe S. Starling,
enough water to leave some
I Capt. Buford and _, -
mate Grahamin q yot 636 S. Epperson St. or write P. O.
1 Sin's ti1! Proits In Star shrimp in my front yard as I can hoping that the tourists we Pox 467. Starke. 2tp 10-% BEDROOM for furnished apart.
m its rent Phone WO4-401L
not get pass to make these nightly -
passed did not think T. Jackson
we were one FISH E'AIT-Day or night. EarthWorms tfchg
fcrays. How do you boys dolt? of the cddities of the springs. > o.4 and Wigglem. Minnows. 633
Speaking of high; water just Our erF "'. Prut St Itn 112BISIN'ESS GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding Invitations -
got quote for the week from with double envelopes 100

r ', back from Lake Crescent and the the Wild Life Code of the State AU.FWK. if GIVEN UNTO ME IN HEAVEU AND IN ELRTH. F' SALE:-Missouri Minnows, Curl< r $21.93. Bradford Cour'v Tele-
btu a water is in the woods. What with of Florida is a definition of fresh 60 YE THEREFORE,ANO TCACH All. WO7tON5.N4rTZS'D tfa Akrldpe. 6fl R W, Adkina St Up praph. nONE

the strong northeast winds we' water fish. It is important for you IS GOOD W TED-Informatton on electric

xQ have 'teen having and the full to know these fish so you can Operate your own REAL ESTATE pump and water tank taken from
1 .., business! As a representative of the old May farm near Hampton,
the lake is considerable.
moon up properly interpret the fish and "N1TED FARM AGENCY you can now owned by Leon Rosenberg. Reward.
I want to try and be there when game laws. Black bass, both large have your own business rather than L Notify Sam Rosenberg, Starke,
it begins to off. Sponsored by members of the Madison Street Baptist Church an uncertain job In uncertain times. tl'hg 10-9
-FRIDAY SATURDAY OCT. 3 4- run and small mouth, speckled perch, Ve area nationally-known coast-.
-- Red Alvarez and Barney McRae bream, shell crackers, warmouth o-coant of thirty-three years' dependable 2 Bedroom Home in Pinehaven.
'I went over Friday, Sept. 26, and perch, stump knocker,. or redbreast service and are seeking the right Large corner lot. Electric water
A timely fill-in 4 Ii i brought back several bakers. Red or any other species of Sllt lt the -Profits in Stark man or couple to take over the heater. Good yard. Only $700 Down

L- i had two weighed-out right at 9 bream or perch. Also jack, pike or adequate tarke territory supervision Complete and advertls-training, 3-Bedroom Home In Saratoga Sub-

lbs. I am beginning to think that pickerel. Unquote. Whenever I go Ing support to assure success No division. New FHA Loans. Total

for the schoolgirls Rr i this is the only kind that Red fishing with a Yankee and 1 catch vestment)eri "nce not requited.necessary.Real estate LIf'nspdsalesmt'n ex- $Down 850.80.Payment and closing cost only

catches. and throw back a jackfish, he or broker inquiries invited Contact

Sometimes we get to thinkingthat looks at me like lam oft my rock Complete details mailed without ob- HARRY C. ELROD, JR,
PATRICIA ANN Florida wonders are tourist er. Properly cleaned and cooked 1 ligation.(' ITED FHM AGENCY PIIO-IUY WO 4-8311,
attractions only 'and overlook they are supposed to be fine. Anyof Orlando Branch Office NIGHT MO ....!19 J
'721 Went Colonial Drive
DRESSESFOR many that are 'close byi I certainly you have any suggestions for Orlaado. Florida OPPORTUNITYInexperienced
did. Have been to Silver Springs preparing one let me know, I am -' 2tehl- 10'OR -' .

several times but the other day I interested. FOR
WANTED-Coon dog. Must not run
\ r was invited to go with Captain -FRIDAY, SATURDAY OCT. 3 4-- fox. Write me and I will rome see Man

$ 1 Buford of the cruiser "Grandsun "99 per cent of the people Tatum YOU if, price Rt. 1 la Box reasonable 32, Lawtey T., Fla.W. AGE 17 TO 45

Mike". We picked up as navigator, in the world are fools and UP

11 2 5 a willing and able salt of the sea the rest of us are in great PIECE FOR SALE-20 A unimproved land IN ELECTRONICS

by the name of Bill Graham and danger of contagion." an paved road only $3.000. Exreltentbusiness POSITION

put in at Eureka, on,the Oklawa- Heard in"THE 1 1A land on Federal MUST BE AMBITIOUS AND WILLING
Highway very reasonable priced
ha.It LIVING ROOM GROUPSOFA with good terms Furnished living TO SPEND ONE HOUR A DAY,
is indeed MATCHMAKER"Tue& quarters Worth looking into. FOUR DAYS A WEEK TRAINING
an sightsee to UNDER THE GUIDANCE AND 8U-
Sz. 7.12 where the waters of the Okla- Wed. Oet. 7, 8 WANTED-Listings of Retirement PER\'ISiON OF OUR ENGINEERS
Styles waha River Homes Large and small acreage, EQUIPMENT. AR.
and the
and residential property reasonably RANGEMENTS WILL PE MADE
from the springs merge. You Florida Theatre S ROCKER priced, with terms. Have buyers if SO THAT IT WILL NOT INTER
abruptly run out of the dark property suitable. Strout Realty, FERE WITH YOUR PRESENT
Ladies' erGo Johnle Hansen, Rep. P. O. Pox I EMPLOYMENT. SALARY OPEN _
..a'A y 2 STEP TABLES Clarke, Fla. 5 ml S of Starke on 30'1'j$92.50 TO I1JT.59, PER WEEK


To CHURCH dinner for civic club each
2 TABLE LAMPS Thursday night Hours of work 2
1 p. m. to 9 p. m. Ph. WO 4-6311 or
flee Dr. S. R. Marco next to Post not 823-: K. Bradford C*..tr Tel.
2F0R$3s' 2 SOFA PILLOWS Office. UpFOR graph, .GltUc Name, Age AddreM.REtL ,
Pt.erc. Pr..... Oeeapallea sad
RENT or Sale-3 bedroom fur R'.rL1.R n..r.
Shadow Panel Snip Bot sighed house with modern convenl-i
t SUNDAYFor ; nces on River. Located 10 mile ESTATE
tom for Length Lace Trim West of Starke Hwy 100. Contact New home, acreage farms, lakefront
Harold Shiver at house Up apartment hoima.. Whateveryour
needs in real estate we believe
WANTED-Secretary shorthand and
we cap assist you.
typing esscentiaL Apply Doyle E. Florida Realty C*. of Slake
BLANKETS Regular 5.98 Peace O/ Mind (>nnt>r Inn Ag.n<>v. tfchg I1C X. Wal.nl M., Tfi. WO 1-R311

FOR KALE! -One acre land and 4 .
Just like new. S B. R. Home In Saratoga
room house, deep well on school bus Height This la masonary construction
ON SALE -- 2 7.98 And For Of route. 2 3-4 miles of town on Rt. 1. with hardwood floors, ceramic .
Security Cheap. John I Warren, P. O. Box tile bath and Kitchen. 2 closets .
620 Starke, 2tp 10 t
in master bed room carport
Rayon Nylon Blend. Assorted Solids ,and utility room, good size lot already
Your Valuables KEROSENE landscaped 2 big pecan trees and
nice lawn. Term to suit buyer. Will
a SMOKELESS ODORLESS accept your present equity on this

StripesIJNDERSIIIRTS RENT 139.95 15.9 Per Gal one. Farm Will -

Men's SHORTS A. SAFE DEPOSIT BOX AT YOUR IMPERIAL ,pecan For City"an grove.property: B. R.40 Home Trade acres with with

SERVICE STATION large shaded yard. Garage barn
Sanforized Broadcloth Knit Cotton I AT We Give S&H Green Stamps and Implement Bheda. About 5 miles
Hiway 301 North Starke from Ftarkeon good road. Valued

Reg. 69c NOW 2 for $1 Community State Bank of Starke Shopportunity Profit-Sharing CouponsNO C B ding Supplies.SALEui Used limber of city at farm$'home..000.this If Is or you a buy chance want thin to property a good swap email your Out.rlI'M.

CARRYING CHARGES --: all types windows, door, plumbIng
used tin roofing. Used 1.7prea.
benehetIdeal for any outdoor 88 Acre Fan F.r 8al.
3% INTEREST PAID $1.00 per ft.. I to 12 ft. long. PhOne About 4 miles from town on good
W044011. W. T. Jackson graded road GOOD land for
Transfer. farming
c'o' (',,"tnt I Truck or pasture. 2 story house
EAGLE STORES Lines' tfcbg that has

ON- SAVINGS DEPOSITS HART FURNITURE CO FOR SALE 2 bedroom concrete! chicken running yard water flowers electricity and,shrubs.barn

block\ furnished or unfurnished hou" This might be Just what
Ill E. Call St. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT.INSURANCE 1A on approximately SO acres. Call L. Priced at only ",no. Ono terlnll.you want.
M. Gaines day WO 4-0001 To Bar Or seR
Starke Fla. CORPORATION night c..tan
123 E. Call St. 4-OS4T.." REALTY. WUgs. !Need WALL
I,,FOR RE."lT-J bedroom'unfurnished WALL $EALy
horse, loauir At Bui Elation. Ltd hg raovK iro 4.181 jSquad



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I I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS I I Keystone Lions Keystone r Rotary.

Schedule Car
By Mary K. Shaeffer f o r, Will Hear Realtor;

.. 5 This SaturdayThe HOOK Il I Hold Ladies NightDr

Fire Dept. Has Training Course 'aged 20 months, had wandered away Keystone

The Keystone Heights Volunteer I and had not been found despite ; aaje" Club will have a car Heights wash on Lions Sat- 'NIM Alfred \. Ring, professor of
Fire Department' hold its annual the frantic searchjng of his r real estate at the University of
urday morning, Oct. 4, for the
Fire College Training during mother who f Florida, will address the Keystone
I as mothers will, imagined benefit of the, Keystone Heights
the week of Oct. 610. Fire Department all sorts of things with the 4k football team. The local school Heights Rotary Club on Friday.
members will attend these lake and the highway nearby. k has Oct. 3. Dr. Ring graduated from
recently started a football Guests at the cabins at Barnhill's -
sessions each evening at the FireHouse When pcliceman Ray Chance was New York University in 1912, received -
program and the Lions Club is Fishing
on Santa Fe
at 7. called, he in turn blew the siren 1da s i 4, s! a helping to raise funds to pay for Lake this past weekend were Mr. his Ph. D there m 1947.
The Florida State Fire Collegeof for assistance, and soon the child uniforms. and Mrs. S. Felder and vras employed by NYU from 1942:
family of
Ocala provides a trained instructor was located near the home of to 1946, and has been at UF since
The car wash will be conducted Jacksonville Beach, and Mr. and 1947. .
to conduct this fifteen Robert Jackson
on Lake.
Keystone in the Keystone Mrs. G. L. Kirbo of Jacksonville!
hour course which includes lectures The above epsiode did not end t' Heights business I i He is a member of the American
district and all work will Mrs. Barnhill says that fishing '
be done
drills, and practical exerciseson the activities of the Fire Dept.for Institute of Real Estate Appraisers -
has ,
by members of the Lions Club been fair and only mentioned
fire-fighting, equipment, and the day. Around 4 o'clock, 1d under National Assn. of Real Estate
: the direction that the bass
e of Ralph Bryan, are schooling. Bill
techniques.Lost Boards Florida Board of Realtors,
two trucks were called out to the # t L
ni 4 chairman of the Activities Com Pope, Herbert Cone, and Herbert
.Child FoundIf Negro settlement at Melrose, and is a director of the Society
mittee. Hotchkiss, all
It is hoped that at least of Gainesville
you heard the fire siren where ot 'Residential Appraisers.
on they found the fire had already
$50 can be raised caught 75 bream on bugs,
as a partial payment fishing
Sunday, around noon, perhaps the been extinguished with Rotarians and their Rotary
for the at night. Wilbur Edwards of
$400 worth of foot- Jacksonville
same idea came to you as came to buckets of ftater. The firemen hada KEYSTONE Anns enjoyed a Ladies Night
equipment. caught 25 bream on bugs,
your correspondent: a drowning fine following, and.the area around Price for car also at night. event Sunday evening at Sportman's -
This has so often been the case the would-be fire looked JUNIOR a wash'will be $1, Lodge near Welaka, Pre-
except for cars with From Rutledge's Fish Camp at
white sidewalls
when the blows like sent for the steak and
siren on Sundaywhen Times Square at noon. i supper out
ELEVEN which will be $1.25. Lake Geneva, we hear that C. P.

there'are so many waterskUers"and Rest assurred', your fire depart a ,. Kinchen_n who..n_ liras n,__ nn_.. _T.oVa_ _Gonta_: ..... ing'"--were Rotarians_. Adams--Aiken.ucneen ,
swimmers, etc. ment is on the job. 1 daughter for the first time. Mrs,. Fe, caught four nice bass, the mraenoergn, nayner,
This alarm however, was for News Of The Francis Clarks Hanks is the former Beverly Ross. Livingston, McDowall McKay

the volunteers to assist in locatinga Cards have been received in Keystone Palatka Play Scoreless Tie red corduroy skirts, with white Both Mr. 'and Mrs. Hanks are the largest smallest.weighing 8 10 lbs Ibs.He 2 oz.caught, and Martin, Redfeara Jr. H. Nelson

missing child. Terry Allen Davis, town from the Francis Clarks shoes and socks. graduates of Melrose High. them off his own dock, using shin- Reed, Schroeder Strickland Tol-
The next game will be Oct. 9 Mr. and Mrs Paul T. Nielsen les, Tyre Walker Watson, Whid-
with Melrose on the Melrose field, and family ers as bait.Walker's. den Wiggins, and their Rotary
KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE Ii In First Game At Melrose of..P.alatkaisited Mr. Sports Center in
Keystone -
Monday and all persons who have not and Mrs. C: L.Mann, last week. Heights has no special Anns. Guests outside the club included -

Men's\ Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes bought a season ticket to help Mrs. Nielsen is the daughter of this week. It seems the season news is Mr. and Mrs. Hall, and Mr.
support the team are urged to Mrs. Mann., and Mrs. E. C. Wiechel. RotarianAl
SPORTS The Keystone Heights J niorHigh' 131] Thomas set the see any member of about over, although Harold Law- Nelson
WEAR A SPECIALTY the.: Lions Club We were happy to see Mr was out of town, but
t School football team and Cheering the team on were who are heading up the drive for Mrs. Charles P. Nelson and rence says that Bream are biting was represented by his Rotary

Keystone Heights Lucile 'Foster, Owner Palatka Junior High fought to a Cheerleaders Susie Hall Margaret fundsto, pay for the uniforms. Betty Ann, and daughter well now, and there have been a Ann, Louise.

0-0 tie in Melrose field Monday Muir, Nancy Sutton Dee Dee Har- Squad members pictured aboveare in Melrose. The once again living good number of speckled perch
night. It was hard-fought defensive denburgh, Dianne Brokas, Bar- 1st in Nelsons have been caught at Grandm Lake. Not i ST. ANNES EPISCOPAL
: row-D. Schaeffer G Georgetown
,.. : contest, and the first 11- bara Ann Wheeler Reba Hall, E. Redfearn ; Maine for the many bass have been caught, but CHURCH
QB; T. Gardner, HB summer
KEYSTONE man game played by the Keystone Roberta Sibley, and Joyce Mc- J. Mann HB Moving they ale expected to start biting The Rev. M. H. Breyfogle Minister.
GAS COMPANY ; J. McMurtry HB; from Melrose last week
soon. Sunday
team. Phee. J. Fox, E. were Mr. and. Mrs. Claude Service: 9:00: a. m.
Neither team was able to buildup Keystone Eaves Parish Night Supper: Third Fri
are proud of the 2nd '
DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE row-B. Carnes, E; A. Liv- and family. They will live '
kind of offensive near FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH day 6:30: ( m.
any boys and girls\ for the way they ingston, G; T. Thompson. G: H. Cape Canaveral. p.
except for one lone Palatka reverse did their best, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLAJ.
and for the hand-
Phone : V. Walker, E; M. Lo- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Odom be-
Day Nite Phone that carried to the Keystone some
appearance the team madeon
parents of a baby R. Smith, pastor Ralph
4351 5 yard line. Danny Dodd, Kenny the
L.- The
2582 Terrell new blue and 3rd row-K. Terrell, E; Richard girl last Friday. The Odorns have Copeland, Minister of Music and I
Hall and Jimmy Mc- white
i uniforms were really sharp Waites, T; D. Dodd, C;, R. Thomas three other girls. ,church organist.
COOKING HEATING[ WATER HEATING Mutrry led the Keystone,defense looking, and the cheer leaders FB; J. Brault, T; M. Hall T; Ray Mathews spent last week Services Expert: Watch Repairing
while : Sunday School, 9:45a.
on offense Rowan [Lucky :
were dressed in white blouses andp. and Coach C.' Duncan. end with, hie_ ',..n..1. Line
-- n -: ."......, .1IK...u. iU1U-5' m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Quality Jewelry

Most Complete Line of House! Heating Equipment in, North I who; are touring Europe this sea- m., on both days. TTYYYYYYYYYYTYTTYTYYTTYTMELROSE- Mrs. Ralph Mathews and his Training Union, 6:45: p. m. Evening Walter M.\ MuhlhoCerHuntley -
son,-the most recent ones from In order. to brother and sisters. Ray is fresh-
run a mobile unit a services 7:30: p. m.
Florida. If You Plan to Add mlln. .. lit .Mi.1.,......,. w n___ ,,_ _, .
Heat This Winter See Us First Edinboro, Scotland. The Clarks such as this, local people must do -- .u.uut1; : \ocnran,

sailed on Sept. 3, from New Yorkon some of the clerical work. For the I Ga. ,.c.-s.

the Ryndam, of the Holland- convenience of those who have Friends of Mrs. Ralph Pearsall

American Lines, after a delightful promised to do this, the following By Joyce and Marty RothhammerAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAA and Mrs. Dorothy Scully and sons tk\

LAKE FRONT SPECIALS __ visit with Mr. Clark's sister in schedule is being published: On will be happy to learn they onceilgaIliv 4 w

New York. Thursday, Oct. 9, from 10 to 1, i in ,Florida. They have

White Sand Lake- A Good Investment They landed in England, at the following will work: Mrs. Sam Methodist! Circle Meets [IContnued on'' Next

Liverpool, on Sept. 11, and enjoyed Gardner, Mrs. Fred Dodd Mrs. The Minnie Birt Circle of the I PagelEVERYTHING ]

LOTS AT $1250 many little excursions over the Diane Bamford and ,Miss Mary Methodist Church met with Mrs.R. .

These lots countryside .from London. Their Lou Gardner. For the ,afternoon Carr for the regular monthly
!are.easily.reached, require little clearing and
itinerary .l;includes"England'Scot ,hift.'Thursday, Oct. 9,"3 to 6 p. meeting. Mrs. John S: Griner was {w.

next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF Holland, and from there torussels m., there will be Mrs.:Gay Livingston the program leader. There were

1958"B Beligum for the World's Mrs. Kyle McMurtry Mrs. eight members and two visitors r Jr. Huntley, Sr. .AlikeThe
Fair. [at this point we are a pale Bob Fiertz and Mrs. Canaille Stewart. present at the meeting. After the

S. E. M9KAY -- REALTOR chartreuse; with envy] program a' business meeting was Redf
earns Soy
i From Belgium, they plan to go Friday morning, Oct. 10, Mrs. held, after which delicious refreshments YOU
I to Germany.. ;From Sam Gardner, Miss Mary Lou were served by the hostess. NEED
Germany to :
Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209 Switzerland then on to Italy. .Gardner, Mrs. Macie Bamford, Also the' Mable Pearsall circle LIVE BAIT BOATS WE'RE PLAYING SANTA CLAUS

Their last stop will be France, :and Mrs. Chester Moody will work, had their regular monthly meet-

where they will tour Nice and 'and in the afternoon of the same ing.Mrs. -, COHAGESRUTLEDGE'S- FOR MOM 'N DAD
ALL TYPES OF INSURANCEWe Paris. They plan to sail from day, Mrs. Irene Mickle, Mrs. Sara Joseph J. Hanks left Tuesday '

France on the Queen Mary in Mansfield Mrs. Evelyn Carnes, for Honolulu, Hawaii. She will /
\ Get this
1 Mi.
write Fire, Wind Storm, all lines of Casualty Insurance November. When they arrive in 'and Mrs. Bob Fiertz will work. visit her son and daughter-in-law South of KeystoneOn beautiful Western Flyer

and Bonds. this country they will visit Mrs. We are grateful to all these edaughter.Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hanks and Route 100DON'T Bike (boy's or girl's) ABSOLUTELY

Clarke's sister in Knoxville Tenn. :ladies. She will see her grand-I
SPESIAL RATES TO DRIVERS ABLE TO QUALIFY PTA RepresentedAt installation Dinner To Be !. FREE and lay it away for Christ-

AS NON-DRINKERS leld On Sunday Evening:
School Of InstructionOn The members of the St. Wil- mas Day! _

( WALRATH INSURANCE AGENCY Wednesday Sept. 24, five 1 liam's Catholic Club and the St. r

1 members of the local PTA attended 1 William's Altar Society will hold | SLIP UP .

"AS AVAILABLE the PTA School of Instructionput 1 their annual Installation Dinneron
PHONE"Phone ...
on by the Clay County Council < Sunday evening Oct. 5, at the

2731 Keystone Heights Fla. of Parents and Teachers at (Garden Restaurant in Starke. All 11.I
Orange Park. i members of the parish are invited. And Miss This Deal!

Those representing Keystone If, as yet you have not made your LEI

Lumber Heights at the School of Instruction 'reservation, be sure to call Mrs. Only a few of these =

BUll NfI I Hardware Paint were: Mrs. Fred Dodd Mrs. Jim Donnelly at once, at Keystone 1 4

D Cement Concrete Blocks George Schaeffer, Mrs. EverettFox. 4219. Dinner will begin at 6 p. famous makebrandnew ....

SUPPUES Mrs. Herbert Nelson, and m., after which Benediction of ; J
Precast U Lintels Mrs. Richard Sunderland. ;the Blessed Sacrament will be TV's left at this -
All Lengths The' meeting began at 10 a. m., held at St. Edward's Church in What easier way to make your boy or girl happy at

with the usual registration, call Starke LOW LOW Christmas time than to get one the these wonderful
Lighting Fixtures to order, salute to Flag PTA Prayer Nancy Sutton Has Weiner Roast GET YOURS NOW! bikes FREE with purchase of .

greetings .introductions, and On Saturday evening Sept. 27,
singing. Nancy Sutton, daughter of Mr. SENSATIONAL HOTPOINT 2.DOOR
Mrs. E. W. Gautier, Chairman and Mrs. Harold Sutton held a

BROOKLYN SUPPLY of'the State Committee on Exceptional 5- weiner roast at her home to entertain FREEZER REFRIGERATORCOMBINATION
Children, was scheduled her friends and to mark

I to speak, but due to illness was her 13th birthday. Mrs. Sutton INCH

Phone 2741 Keystone Heights, Fla, unable to attend. Mrs. S. B. Burton helped to serve a delicious mealof

member ,of the State Boardof weiners, baked beans, potato -lfl
r- ::: 12 CU. FT.
salad. Cokes
and chocolate cakeGames
was her
able sub I
stitute. Mrs. G. B. Cahoon and dancing were enjoyed. TABLE
a Member
WHERE ARE THEY? of-the State Board of Managers Those who shared in this happy TU 298.88Only

also spoke on Budget and occasion were: Margaret Muir Ji
Finance. She stressed the fact Mary Ann Schaeffer Barbara Ann)
Wheeler Reba Hall Roberta I MODEL !
that at no time, is the, PTA I to Sib-I I
commercialize or'advertise or recommend ley, Carol Campbell; Dee

a particular.. product. *Hardenbergh. Leona Townsend_ ;I II $3 Weekly
V l
CnUdren should not be exploitedat .aa.ata awa, .LI14UU i DI\.JUS? aou After trade (any
the hostess. Also Rowan Thomas
any time either. Games of ,(WITH TRADE) age) .
Chance are frowned"upon Mac Hall, Tommy Jones, Tommy
by the or Small
War Bonds Insurance Policies Property Deeds PTA. No longer can they hold Gardner Danny Dodd Tommy 5'm Down PaymentTwo
Thompson, Kyle McMurty, Jimmy
Contracts PTA Bingbs or raffles; Cake
Important Financial or
Records Your Will
Heirlooms Walks.A Fox Herbie Nelson, Dwight I .T;: Separate
Mitchell Kenny Terrell Vea
--" -
covered dish

If your home were burning you'd have to answer all served in the Methodist' Church was Redfeam Walker, Alec, and Livingston.Billy Carnes. rye ,.95 -1rlTrrr Refrigerating Systems

these questions in flash. The Educational Building, ,cafeteria
: a best answer at any f: following day the mother of the

time is: "SAFE in my Safe Deposit Box." The cost? style.Mrs.. Dot Webster hostess was .overheard remarkingwhat AUTOMATIC

Less than you'd pay for your daily newspaper. Stop man for St. Johns,,County Health,Chair-spoke quiet, well-mannered boys I/ILI DEFROSTING

and let us tell ,you about it. en Health following the: luncheon and girls they were, 1 .

period, and this was followed bya Goldhead State Park News "

BANKING HOURS Mon.\ thru Thurs. question-and-answer period. The There has been a very good Bicycle Premium Good with First Five Sold So Hurry -

9:00 A.M. 2:00: P.M.\ meeting was adjourned at 2:30: attendance Goldhead at Branch the little State cottagesat Park Hurry, Hurry Get Yours Before They're All
following a few annorincemenaand I Gone!
DRIVE-IN WINDOW the this past week. Since the nights
Mon thru Thura. attendance report,
9:00: A.M. 4:00 P.M. A ReminderAll have been considerably'cooler, .
persons over 18 years of age the fires in the fire-places have We Meet All Advertise J PricesREDFEARN'S

FRIDAYS 9:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M.\ are asked to remember that the felt mighty good, and have been:

Mobile %Ray Unit for detecting a sort of drawing-card. About 423 (Trade Must Be In Workable Order)

CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY Tuberculosis will be near the Post persons enjoyed the cottages last

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Office Thursday.in Oct Keystone. 9, and Heights' Friday on, week.about not Tent 138 been in and attendance.so Trailer numerous campershave ,Dailyvisitors with

October Redfearn'sKeystone
10. The fact that it will
A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community be here for two days leaves little totaled 1,281 with the

Keystone Heights, F1a.IJember excuse for not attending.. It will majority \on the weekend. The
weekly total amounts to 1.908 Phone 9391 Keystone Heights, Fla.
)... F.!>J.C. only take about two minutes of people. Boat launching has been
your time. Hours will be from 10 ( Heights Where Service Is Assured. .

a. m. to 1 p. m. and from 3 to 6; [Contnued on Next Page] I I, '. ,

{,INKSMEAREDContinued : .

'AGE EtGHt BBADroBDoouNTnDm. AR "nRm ___ "_ u_ "_ ,
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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT He is stationed at Brunswick, Ga. doing well. A St.
job well done is to WJliamX; ChapelKqston.U,1g
.M'. ; 0.5 FLORAHOMEAND KEYSTONE Fred Dodd Mrs. Everett and will go to Japan in January.He .
'. .. PCX Mrs. Pick del be praised. A job half done is to ,s.
,' .\ ". ,Su andIirs.George R1FFS lOOPy is the son of Mr and Mrs.
Sunday Mass at 8:3(1( m..
AA"'A .. :.. AA, ,AAiA&&A. GRANDINBy HIGHLIGHTSContinued Schaefer,:and.Mts.- ierb- Willie Green. be ashamed of. a,
ert Nelsen visited with Mrs. Char Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m.
[Continued From Page One] Verble Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Ralpn Gainey Tuesday Mass at,, 8:00
Dane &&&&&&&&& By a. m.
... 1stHageyatherlrQmein IN
4lC'ontin'ued J"t. 1 ; 1'1"' t t *% i tAA were-in;; Lake City this week. They Confessions- before:.all kfa3ses.
recently m9ved to Orlando AJAAAAAAlAJAkAlAAA\AAAAA, ( from Page 1) r last. Wednesday, afternoon. &,AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT took:their daughter, Linda to the Baptisms mania and' instructions
es *
I after the PTA ; In loving of
The tables .were turned in an County Council memory won-
assembly program given Friday .Mrs.Marshall" ,Strickland arrived -i pcpular. with a lot of waterkiers School ,on Instruction at Orange Jon andAhna.Hinson of.Hamp-. Linda hospital here for a.check up. derful husband and father, the by appointment.Termite .
back home from Texas after and a good fishermen. The Park. on'visited: their grandmother, has under gone treatments
.Jn, the High.school many
.altQJ\ :um.bY at the cripple children's }late.RalphE: ;,Toomeygbo.Dassed!
the Junior class. They gave the visiting her'brother'Howard; Conner fi thing has been good Will}a'feta tMrs Harry.Schriefer of Ehnont: Mrs.MyrtlePriest Wednesday -' hospitalfor
? to-.Friday this ,week. the last few months. away Oct. 3, 1949.-Wife, MaymeI.
look for a week. nice catches- bass not big ones,
teachers a at themselves as N, Y. has just left for home after Cony
they gave a hilarious imitation a teach Mr. and Mrs. Howard Young Sr. and blue'gill. CM'i-riding a P>)li aPt.t'f.9 ,. We are glad to see Mrs. Mattie Eugene Gnf:;s was guest of Mr. ,Tcomey'and daughter Ruth .

teacher. They jiid a good job went to Clearwater to visit friends Boy Scout -Troop. 121 frgm ...\\ut''i! ,r:" t'fM1.s..Ed, ard. Jlaypor GrJJfis bas, ttPEOypdndEackinhufch and Dins Pete Griffis Sunday for Toppins. FOR DEPENDABLE
too judging from the roaring ap last, weekend. Jacksonville spent Friday night I.:,f.-, .f": "P" Co tastes.?'Ii' .Mrs.1' "C WJh'e- : \! Sunday.Mrs. Grttm is our firimer Boatdrain! ; 'tt 0 Household
tr < ft
plause from the audience.. ,Mrs. Billy Crenshaw of Tampa and. all day Saturday at,the,Park.. .. .er ,au: Ddrs. '"lTn-q'yor.. !zrS; r .'t"\istgT} ,\'.. t.... r Baptist_ Church Commercfel
Bulldogs Handed Second Defeat visited her father and mother-In. There were 30,boys and 3.adults.Employees u'uring.per stssrgtpKpystopehemOtoled I ;-)Ve.areRsgrry4gheaipthepi'vt r School 10 a. m. Morn "Love is nice to have a- Pest Control

The Bronson Eagles handed the law Mr. and Mrs. Brad Crenshaw, of the Lee and Cates iro l lidies to ] QursneroGer; / AS ill.ahd.hot }.Worship., 11 a. m.. Training; round.but,there's really no Grove eII
.Melrose Bulldogs their second over the weekend. Glass Co., of Jacksonville had .a nisi.i .to viSit ano er si er.J&d i >}lei to att'e9dcnurchtMrs.iaryBrpwp Union. 6:30, p .n1. Evening service substitute for money." Spraying

consecutive defeat of the season Mrs: R. L. Johnson and familyof fine BarB-CZve dinner at the Park 1ei; l family, the Carl Palazzottoir }" "Jietter known as Grandma 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wed. Said in"THE I I Call FR 6-2661 *
Friday night at Melrose..The Bull Florahpme 'and Mrs. Carl Cox cn Saturday, with 80 people pre- i family. .. Brown....ro- ... ,c, 730.; m. Pastor Rev. OrvilleBrookins. I III

'dogs 'are weak from the loss of and ,Jimmy and David Rye of sent. Mrs.tSr'YSlcltr; ;>zr"} ."&t.s... 1 -B ,.Mis gust . Everyone welcome. MATCHMAKER"Tues. II Florida Pest Control
their four top players who graduated Junior Woman's Club hews Anthony.. <' # ft"A of..Jiertsist -in-law v l' 'V V 1
Grandin : ; |:J. J tare atrcbrater .
attended the football ", ? TTTrrTTTTTf f TTTTTTTT1 .. Wed. Oct 7, 8 & Chemical
last spring. game at the Melrose High School 1 A most interesting discussion trs. 1"J; R. SmltH ,ktened$ *ant t e ]dts.C crl; .we. tiIWay,, Co. t

The Eagles exploded for four !in Melrose last Friday night on "Exceptional Child Training"was 'drkcSppp'' '' (1 ,(bf j liar'Wjwn, n.'s Mis- !,Wr;,- 4 \ ollr pur! friends STATE Florida Theatre 24 N. W. 16th Ave. J
first Quarter touchdowns and went presented tc the Junior Wo r Y1io.n.P1P ;. members \tpem'e: iber our home- FARM
on to a 38-6'victory. 'On the Jhirdplay Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cox and little man's Club of Keystone Heightson Hay,,Sept ,56, at .tIle FIrst Baptist\'1t" FcminS. ijuQday.,Oct. 5 at; ,Boat >"* ,Gainesville, Florid l

J of the .game Mac ,MCK y son Benny. of Grandin visited Thursday evening", Sept. 25 th'ti'rcF V dfa.nJ3a.P} ptiurch! ,, There will By .)Irs. 0. E. Crosby .
passed, five yards to Ed Campbell Mrs. Cox's brother-in-law and sister by Mrs: Paul Tunison. ,Mr. na jlrs, WPiker.]Vr e,god, singjn::., alf 4ay. Everyoneon : -- .. : .. r
..... .
for a touchdown. Jack Bass kicked Mr. and"Mrs. L. V. Hathawayin Mrs. Tunison is"'a special instructor have reUirnedjto, 'their Gardfi n' we PP.1e..plIl1? f. j.b ,grounds. 4AAAAAAAAAAAAA. r *

goodto.make it ,8-6.: Campbell. ll Gainesville" last Saturday. at the Kirby-Smith Elementary 'Street i'j home after i ,in aiuo.. tour v'I.apd MP Q E1rDR kuu !Harney Edwards. of Jacksonville LOCAL MANAGER FOR"World's
then .raced. ;r0 a 'dS..tor. a score Rev. and Mrs..Hardy from Port School in Gainesville, trough the i eastern'coastal. tates., were lnrbrlado yweefe,, tb.seelsyi "\ .w.as.guest, of, his sister and,broth-
and Bass again ,kicked the point Orange called on Miss Eva ,Scottin where she teaches mentally. and 'flieyarrlve{ jln, wnlasti.Thiirsaay g; tkreirr:
for a 16J ad. McKoy ran 40 Grandin last Friday. physically handicapped childrenas . visited! ( ,Mrs] Mrs Muss ia aXQrlan'do hosUH ; .Sunday.Visitors Jim Walter
(yards for the third touchdown of: Mrs. Stacy Kelly and sons. Rus well as children of unusuallysuperior Byron';..a t;l Dirs. c. (:. s4:at;= pits[ ,jives;I.Jn, .Melbourne! of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. ..Corp ;
the period for a 20-0 edge.. Later'M ; ty and Pat of Atlanta Ga. visited intelligence. A questionand *t cL r biJ fJV.:) a.. w q, "Vjajid, }# ... i,2ej UsGriffjs? Crews, during the weekend were
Koy raced 60 yards,to end th Mrs. Kelly's sister. Mrs. Erse answer period followed Mrs. .H. years ld..F'"faar. there, they Yjsl d ..,OJifl.i$;,.8r tMrs.!, .E. Mr..,and D4rs. W.' F. Atwood andDaughter
"first quarter with a 26-0 lead. Sapp. several days last week. Tuni.3 n's talk. went tohaltltrr'pre l to i** ylsit "tJIrlehcls t'.oTohpsoii,, of1LaGButler; ; ,and son of Jacksonville

In the second period McKoy ran Mr. Campbell of Melrose and Twenty-eight members were ,vri ihere.Siey.i .were enI aRev, d, ., OrXilleaBroo luny and her.mother, Mrs. Emma Rivers Largest Home Builders" :

back an intercepted pass 58 yard; Mrs.; Marie F. ,Neer of Palatka present, also .the newly-elected t I ertafaed t wldi :numerous, V.'Hj Parties .vi4tedtnCpco ,;thjs.\week, with .of Aubiirndale\ ,Mr. and Mrs. ,
Jor a.TD.for a .32-0 edge called on Mrs. Gallic ,Rye last sponsor. Dirs.,E. F..Aiken and one ,auddunwers..Ttieyidmve.to. e son..andAaughter.in.law..Ur.; apd D. iT j. JShw and Louis of LaCrosse. -
A.third-quarter Bronson touch Monday morning. visitor, Mrs..Robt.. L. ,R ndolph. water Md.. their former home and childr iL VltirMs' Sunday visitors of the WILL BE IN STARKE :
Refreshments were served by Mrs. : "Harris, ,of Crews were ,Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
.doJ'I Fame on. a pass.from Hugh Mrs. Edward Hutson arrived where they, were again entertained. :.
.Watson.to Gene WilliamsMrs. ,Edwin,:Bennett On their theState-Farm visited Mr. Harris'jSjsierjand. Rivers of Starke.
Lee Cook. back //Sunday.from Brunswick. Ga: way..south.they: stopped EACH THURSDAYAT
The lone touchdown, at the> where she visited her cousins, Mr Church andMrs.News ,W.L.TBunce.: i .atiKinston, N. C. to.see Mrs.BryQn's and; Mrs. AVpold.brother-in-law, .Mr.: Sorry to ,hear that Mrs. P. D.Fr.ancher .
Griffis. Jr. entered Baptist Hospital
.,game.bY,Melrose,, was.made,when and days Mrs.last J.week.C. Weeks for'seven I The Women: of the;Communityphurch Joseph ;Bower.cousins They; Dr. were and away bins Sgt. aid i>Mrs., Ray ,Brookins Tuesday ,for .surg ry. We ,:
OeneStantpn' returned the next: :will hold .their ] for. visited Sgt. ,Brookins'; father and hope she,will be .well .
monthlymeeting . more than three: weeks soon again.'The
..Scoreiby kickOff: .jarjds.for(,.quarters: a.score.. Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. R. the'L. Smith of on Monday*. Oct' ..6, ,rather,- I. Mrs.. Sam ,Gardner was pleasantly mother. Rev. and Mrs: Orville Community Clubwill meet.I ,STAR (E .HARDWARE CO.
I spent weekend than as Brookins of, Hampton this ,
Tuesday. Oct. 1, was previously surprised Sunday evening ; wee k.r..QxtTue day with ,a luncheon.
Croton :26 6.6.0 38: with .Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs., panned.-The' .meeting ,willbe.in ,when her parents Mr. and Sgt. Brobkinstwast'released from .Mrs. .R. S. ,Rosier of Lowell 8:00 A.M. TO 6OOPM.

Melrose .0060 ;6 J,*F. Herring"Sr.,.and, while ,they the educational building.Dr. !Mrs.-H.. ,.L..Cotton.of,Charleston II duty_pn account,of, the%hurricaneHelene spent .the .weekend with I ,hers .

A AapFeVas' field_alter; thejam' ,sere here Irs.,Smith. ,and her Paul Harrison, resident physician W..Va..came.for a visit,The Cot '.first hit" the' base .he w daughter Mrs. Clarice Thompson
in the Episcopal,parish HousEyerypfle.is e. sister, Mrs. Gallic Rye went to at Penney Farmsjwill speak ton's'are phi n1ng.t continue' j a stationed )at Jn North Carolina They visited Mrs..MiddletonRosier 0 .
urged to support the Gainesville, to see their.sister.,Miss on his'experiences as missionary tour ofthe.state' after visiting .they are making Buford, N. c.. Friday night..She is a patient
team, and.schoo L byatteudinggames .the Mary Herring. doctor, in Arabia Everyone. welcome a while' with Mr.'uandMrsv: G?rd.ner their home" while' he, is in'service .in Bradford: County Hospital. For Appointments Call I t
and dances'. Let's show our Mrs. Mildred M. Burrows and to come and. hear this interesting and; the three Gardner children there.: Rev. and Mrs. Alton Stephens

team we're behind ,Pleni.'comrm'ITY'CIIURCH. mother.,.Mrs. .Mattie Lawson and .sp aker. Sam, .Jr..Mary Lou, and i I Mr. and, Mrs..E. W. Hedges, of of .Palatkaweresupper guests JACKSONVILLE.EV 7.114LCoUect
a friend),Mrs! ,Mildred: >M. Garrison News From First Baptist Church Tomfnp. i Americus, Ga: yisited'Rev. anMrs d the o! l'.,Crosbys.Saturday night.

; OPHBYsTQNEI of Gainesville called on .The.Andrew Class,:which:: is the ,Friends.of.A-lc.Lesh'eRidaught; } : Orville JBrookuis,. Irs.Hodges .. Visitors ,of Mr. ,and ,Mrs. 'Wil- or STARKE -. WO 4-5311
; ,EIGf1TSRev. Grandin relatives Sunday'afteri men's class,, of the First i Bapt'Church st son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold. ,Rid- !father, and mother.. mont' Brown Thursday night .wend
J.Rpssell.Yoiiug,.1ldlnls ter. noon. Keystone Heights .en aughtuwill be,disappointed, is Mr'and Mrs." Harold Black' an his mother, Mrs. Brown of Starke,

Choir Dr. James Director.-D.Pait:: Organist..- Mr. and Mrs. F. H. ,Herring of tertained the ladies of the,Dor as his,family,. tJrat..he didn't ,getjJ,1s as baby of Lakeland visited Mrs I his -sisters, also a.brother and his "/f-/Ys A Quality 'Home .
Class, .[their wives filack's molherrapd father, Mrand nephew, s
on -Tuesday's expected leave after .returning ; Hartley Clark, who 4s
,un.Services Morning: jChurch\ ,Wiprship, School 11,ajn.9:15 Palatka' visited .Mr. Herring'smother I. ning.,SePt..23. with a chicken from tour l'.duty; in: Greenland, Mrs ;v'Ral'phr q IJrt y.tc1w.anLGreen home,, on furlough from the: army .It's A Jim Walter Home"rpove.

last Sunday supper ,in (the ,Educational t uBut]d- but was sent, instead, from Mac- -was home .w .Thought for-the week What,

I mg.ii' was;a gooa supper with all Dill Air Force'Bas"to' OffuttrAir leave from U,. .;>Navy: this"week. eyer worth doing.at all is worth;i I''f ._, ... __ __ .. .. .. .. .. .... ...
r t':)ie .trunn gs. ,After the ,tmeal; Force ,Basein Jfebraska. Perhaps ,;. .. .u. II

tPAULS: each class held i ifs 9.wn,meeting. ; next time, he will get Double time
: separately. Mrs..I.-B:) '
>Tyre. Sr., is on leave.
the, tea her.for the.women's class, Mrs.
,' : .Gertrude .Burch ..enftetf-d
,afefd -h, 1.F iilj( and Roy Chasteen is the teacher ,the Bradford; County Hospital in :

,of, the.men. .About 30,people .enjoyed Starke onMonday morning CAN-YOURllRE'S'
t.F PM. i't. \ T:4 il .rn 4)1 :k'i A GAZINE., S the evening, and Rev. J. R. 29 for an indeterminate .time..She :
'" .. ... Smith arid Mrs. .
-- --- -''''. ._--'-. pastor Smith were ;will be !happy to have.her friends '

iMlf I > invited guests. cane jto yisit her during. her stay t. "

t"lUJ, .. --';'[I..- d.imJ.c'': The of.t&e Junior;\ First Department'aptst, Church members :- PASS
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.1 ,--- '" : : ..s ;.: \:; Sunday School, and, heir Barents, I YI .. : 1

TERMS .A.V t ILABLE enjoyed weinerroast, on Saturday I I _
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evening Sept.. 27, at the home : i : >

Prompt 'Service Free of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Fallin on % Ask aboutour
: Estimates Lake Geneva. Swimming and| Mrs. IL JL JIcKae" '
'J, }YRITTF.N GUARANTEE, ESTT.ry.'ifno.wl1
after '
games were enjoyed, whichst1pt'er : !
R11'Lrr' E 'i1 THEWS was served. Teachers in ,
. the Junior Dept. are Mrs. Gene' We had a good attendance,at .. -
P.O.. t 528 Williams Mrs. E. J. ''Fallin Tommy Sunday School and Church last .
Melrose, Fla, Millican. arid 'Bud '' Ownbey. Sunday. Rev. Jerry Young of f.. ,..
:PHONE. Gn 15.5101, Mrs. J. R: Smith is the Superuv Jacksonville brought both the. '-
tendent. morning and evening messages.. '\1 : 1-- .

J _. The Junior Dept..,of the Baptist Airs. Ruby Limbrough of Ocala l -i' :
Training Union also enjoyed a''' was dinner guest of the'H.: M. Mc- .
V That's Our lousiness '' weiner roast on Thursday eveing nRaes Friday of last week: She < i
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V at the home of M". and Mrs: also visited relatives and friends : .tee.w twd "f j'
4 If ItVCJIa/B: _-We Have,'ill I J. L.' Price, Jr.,There werejjames .at Starke. .\ ,y "
CALL WRITE pf r'' VISIT and contests and then supper wasperved We are glad to report that Rey, a 1

and' welners roasted.
Joe Peters Ownbey: is the leader for the'sew( .after their recent illnesses. G1SStC : Visitors of the H. ;.W. y.Z.y. > l
year, and Mrs. Price is the retir M. McRaes I
-. ing leader, .Monday were Mrs. C .H. Neal an ; .'. < .
FOR'ANY GLASS ,..NEEDWe' Raye i : :: + .1
Installation for the new officers !S9n .of Gainesville< and.Mrs. z -I:: I v
Design Modern Store HaJtinager of Jacksonville l t ,"", .
fronts of the WMU of the First ;Baptist : : Mrs. ,

Just Mail Us APat. tP1ror+ Church .for the new year will beheld Halt ger stayed .over for a visiyth t Hold dime "f' _. ___ ____ ...;;...._ _" '
Table Tops at the churchmen Sunday ; | elatives. ; : with'da\p down-Insert in' -tiCa.J Look at the difference. Dime shows plenty of

1313 N.W.. 4th, PL Galnesville..Fla. Phone ER'2-1353 evening! Oct 5, at' 7:30. .Mrs. James A. McRae. 518-88-06 S I' If,you,can seerdate; tire is, ,ii safe, ( tr, afpr-safeTftractJoflt .. .
.. Charles Swartz of Gainesville will j :7RA.Diyision\Fjeet; : Sonar.Sclioo! : : '

..-. -......, ....... ..., ......,--....".... .. ... .... 'r'" ,.,#,),. "'n' ..; be the Installing _officer_. ,_' .Key u.""..I_West"\_,; _n w.y,_Fla.__k19'_:is_L James'V a, leave.- addres W1t\1..". ', ift d, .:; s the\da\ '

s ills West parents,:Sunday., r returning to *V Key ; r. ; h ,,18.e: : on f the dime, 'fOil' :l need

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Floyd l. '' .
H Crosby of Starke .
: was in '
I lest the community Saturday.'4jllin|:! "

; iiDur u er oil is tanks.near.That'mans' cold weat1i-.* ,' 'cSllPERCllSH1ONWcIooDfiEAnffZ* k y

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.Mr..and Mrs. Nelson Dekle anQ\ ': .t& 95\ I .:. r, ,'.. :. 4. ;
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: daughter, Maiy'J"rances of Jack: : '' ; << ;.. A
sbnVille and Billie : .1i
Dekle andjsoni
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to Terry of -
-- City visited the M.' rsrt l
i L. Johns family"Sunday after r Wo> tsbaa S 90%
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,, ... '.. ... ... ."- .. roan.yMrs.. t Tube triplus Tire
f' Fronie Moody attended : ;f
1 1- the -fir i
I'., '" ... "--'L... ,"- wedding of grandson-J. T. { Trouble Occu..e

: 'ufJtGEt + V;" / near Parrish Jv"orthlngton. at Little Springs Springs Sunday Church] ,Replace ,dangerous 45n )othles i iBuilt 3Nupcr- irolis- ," ;
: t ;. 'L. .po > a I Ix night..t'. : .-with'Goodyear's exduawe .3-T..Cord .Body IoRSU- In4he tJ.asJ: 0' "'- ,
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: ;GAS, AA HcAa".ERS' .. Wew !
: Mr. w !
Wlcome and
Mrs:U. Q.
-0-. : pcnor strength. 's.BIG",vafee D the t'' '
1"3yl $*{ (
.. Rnoden Qf rir
I r\ pf Jacksonville, who armoving' e Mr 'Li ,
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; today intoitheir l'rtp
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: h iOOf H: QUIETMlWERFUU ; 'i'';;: J JI J new Rhoden Moody. hone.fB'is4retired Service on road from Station the k00 Duval near Mr, .....li.' .tQJ.oncJ L_ Kipp-- .,i$1195.-' 'l ,. _._ ..".. rV' l'

I an d. BE ;7 r.J ,-----.;... __'-to County, RDept.. V'r oc pJi t ..$'k !2': J.60x15 blcckwoU tub '
jtV1.tIu': : Mype
.> \.. I .. ) Polks around here have been r "''t&IIIiMIImjlff/t.: / : :atf )
:eaf ring: I .. I killing plenty of big rattlers late to* Pad'rc131. !!' ,<'
I try I }y.,'J'he!; latest killing.was! done by :.,4'"

t, r II The o pt fOrrpl! i ."... tiiW i,rmoJ > I This {I ) wjfti Morris wer4t rannen fishingJn andfieeber New Moody, .NO WN-P; A D{E n'fflEN 'YOU TRADE |N Yo.uR7t.D,:rES!

:, {u. f b1b l R r, ,. .Cool'lsQf; "ty ,C; .I, !t.. t 1 .I and(found two ijearj ajhjther Rive, .

1 I'i s iv ,CpI1t91 1, 4n r. -,....... V, : Test! :I cne having twelve' rattles,'the oth-j -.. -- -
I- I er thirteen. bforrIssaps Ire hai
'. I I SiaII4. ctorelt* M top of .. I almost retired "from fishing.i {
; t .pwofiaI tly..q-11 itt M* Miss.Wary Ella Turner pf Jack '
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; Service
I tip..r.r.rtQar ::{ .. II. SQnvffle. spent .last Saturday:'with GOODMAN'S
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.. f"m. "' !lty. -.-. : er father, Roy' / '
I .... ......;... ioda,. t I' .Mr.\ and Turner ; ,
#' tA Mrs. Dempfey Sapp, SEEBER D. GOODMAN '
and children) of
j Next,! 'D'1"" !: ; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Gainesville Sapp 'of"PaIsika. jmd : .1 U. S. 301 at Sooth City; Limits I

1 k'r'. ,_-.'" . ," .- ; .1 were: Sunday E A. afternoonguestsof'the I ,

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I n' ,.n!! .. .! !!.\ time her son,-dA;t)4. :Cannichaei 1 esville,*Sunday. -- -
was ordained ajDeaconOthersaccctfnpanving yys@Oy! S' Trp!p 71 cantestants! _are :asked to i make, ; five-hundred: O\l-: ;; the
'111MtPtiD r Mrs., Carmichaej i Sunday evening\ tguests; .of Mr, The t regular] weekly meeting ofhe their report? at the close of the second Sunday in.. October. We

; H were-her. ,daughter.r Mr.land Mrs"! and Irs.j Purvis :Green ,were Mr. $oyL COUta of:.A/nericay?Troop : contest; thank all of yoii.for /jouricontributions :\
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ElS FreemanCrosby: and; ; Mrs.' Alice; and Mrs-BuddyvWalker and family was, held on }Y Wednesday; EWE District .President E. J. .GivenS''I.. and may God i.B less each
-By-mri.-D. 11: um. of Cocoa. with Scoutmaster.;Marshall, wishes to thankall the
+ Jones,pf Tunpa.Tpursdaydnngr! t ..membersIQ of you, is our prayer: Jerelene,
: ..... ; Si'in, ,charge The ,sof.tball Pro- the Lake "
& & &&&&&&'.Aj.. -&U sts.of..Mrs. Mrs, Henry. Thornton visited ) City District Missionary Dommon, reporter.
FareweU' Tate Crosby were Mr. and Mrs; Sunday afternoon with- Mrs: W' granl hasj\>een very successful un- ,Society for making the "Feast New Bethel Baptist Church
Services; Dinner s ef'his, leadership Scoutmaster of : -
J.Thornton .who the "Seven Tables" a success
f$1 a Patient in
For baptist' Vol J.i3iltiaril] of lf,1J.r..fJld ; : ( New Bethel Baptist church:
AtJta I'Tbe'T b of ,the. missionaries Church-Pastor Mrsl.rCarhHIUiard.of.Lawtey, ,.and the Glendale! Hospital.-inf'alatka':' Marshall 4s now 'tryingjjto.-develop and special thanks to Principal Rev. A. Vinsftn_ ,,pastor .attainted
.;: ; macl.e; > in theWest "Dinner on the gro nd' 'followed ; Let us 'member additional! :athletic: activities for Eddie :Thompkins for providingthe.
to the
.Vernon -pray In,, her 6th Annual
Indie ,Rev M. M: ,iBrackinan, ,mprning..''t9t)).p eryices, t iHilliard. 9!. Jacksonvillei behalf,salad., ihebOFS.,,,wjiich 'will, include, box- transportation to High Session of the >It.
interesting, feature .of ,the pastor .of .Trinity Bible Church Hampton Baptist Church'' .last Mr. and Mrs.PurvisGreen and l i ngand other games.. He ktasWrittentheofficials Springs., Sinai Missionary Bapt. Asso 1a-
Saturday night meeting at the Lake Butler, and Mrs. ,Brackman Sunday. i Sept., 28. with [Sunday family YisitedjMr. and",Mrs. J.-Sl: If you have to travel Jn high at the.Naval 'Air I" Watch.this, for tion which. was held at Friendship
paper the
Jgospel? TabernacJewas..the tape are on leave for misisonary duty evening Services featyringla tare Crews of Jacksonville over the :grass take care ,because the :Station in effort appearance Baptist Church in Gainesvillefrom
; an. to secure al- of the "Gospelaires.,"
"re/jordirig of .a news 'Htfr f""iPuerto'Rico in-Viegues and ,it, was, i through well 'sermon by Pastor Marvin weekend.ilflxs. rattle-snakes are plentiful'' this vaged materials for outdoor 'newly organized a Sept. 24 to 28. The theme
/ inade ,by Jlev. ,Dom"Luttrplf their cooperation that the recording Faile. E. .L..(Cox and daughterLiAda :season There haye' been a" lot of .camping, and other scout : Edward group. that includes of ,the convention was "The note
,, l1 ager; of -a, i';trig w ,was.sent,here. Mr. and Mrs. Fade expect .to ,visited! her older daughter: reports of them'in our commun-' .. there .are local activities.If director Hardrick Mayor pianist-,and of the Church In a Changing
persons and ; Taylor, tenor "
tion7;tter.e.jmd.teliing: ,oL tn ';vork, The first.special meeting of the move 'thelr"tuin1shfngS to LancafterS.C. Marilyp ,and dn Pearson at, the !iy. _in fact, a ,big .one was.killed members the other; troop inStarke Elmer Shell,.bass and Ozora Shell;, World. Local l.participants_Included

,, -..... !"'" ...' seasonwjll, be held on Friday, Oct. .:this leek, although Pniy rsity fa Gainesville .Sunday: : Monday ,or jails'! ,weekjona, road who.have-kits or-tents and contralto with the lead by Sister Minnie Smith Rev, $.
.10,,),at 730p. m. -featuring Rev they will stayin .afternoon. \, nearby. Robinson Rev. ,J, P. .F5anklld,
;Jacksonville; XQur ,old Teporter :v4ewed: .Other;articles .that ,could .be Edward Mayo: .who hails from Day
: Rev.
I II Ben Buzard of the United Indian tee month //of October, where Rev. irs. Alice Jones ,,returned to same after he was dead.'I'm syrejlyth.ankful mended.and used,we-,,would,.appre tqna ,Beach, and is pianist for E. W. Strong, ,Deacon JpJtui
I Missions, Flagstaff, 'Ariz...A Failehas.preaching, 'her ,hpme Jn James Qarjeswfll.: Wi Ue
1 T message engagements.,8pgcialservlces {(Tuesday ;of I.didnt. see him.wh. eagle hem,very much;for pur, underprivileged Friendship Baptist This group has Green Saul
will; begiven. 'telling:of the at the .church this week after spending venl he was Valiveand: ..rattling..Guess" t Scouts'.who;.are unable recently made, tape recordings for HankersonClarenceWilliams ? !
work,.among;;'the Indians, accompanied duriugFthe jast ,week also included .dayS"with her' 'niece!-'Mrs.. ''Bill .that's ali I for, now;- may ,to purchase these, thingsfor a local business firm.. They expectto A. Vinson, "On Henry Dommon.," Rev
by, pictures .of:the.various prayer meeting, ervlces.conduct-, .Reddish .and family. i f God. themselves do TePlpera 1&e. Miss
>lessyou Drop card other
; and a or letter recordings in the
always pear Francis
rd I tribes.Methodist. ed'.by,Intermediates of the church ,.Mr. and Mrs:.W. A. Solano.and ',,Jbyeoow.. jtbB. T. Marshall, Sr.::Route,1 Box I future.-Sister Elisabeth J. Givens, paPer Jenkins "Education",

on. ".Wednesday' night'last<.week.: .I daughter-Sandra-! .. ,and.Mrs.iBobby, 91 ft, fitartp. tUa_ thanV. van.. tar ronnrf. pr. .. Church,. u t,sPeaker.tor,services next and 1Citeann: chiidrfn visited with Mr. 'nKOOWER.i$ $ 'rCJfCtC .tl1 se. .gifts.jn ,dfsince.----. ,-Charles- .y ..count Calvary. Baptist Church Deacon" Lctl H.va Hawkins'of.Lnu ay .U1116.IJJ-
I r Sunday,.October, 5,"both.mornl:1g Mrs; Bob Lane Friday even CQJington, reporter.. I Mount Calvary Baptist Church, A ,Ebeneer.; : .
Church School 9:45 a: nl.-Morning and evening,will be J.P.; McElroy ing' %in.Ca1 n sv111e. 'J.-'L" -TemplePastor: Re, o'Tbeater Rev. George W .Lee, Sr. pastor sermon special will musical program and
\ '
Mrs,'Delories J be presented ;
l Worship 11 a. 'm. Junior of'High'Springs. j two .Carmichael and BundaySc; ool,, 10a.mMorn-: : tit's -here .at last ;:fQr two ,big wishes to acknowledge the ollow- Second Sunday "at 3 p. m.on.the
Church and nursery for 'small WMU' met ( a
,Psalm IJ8: 6 children. Beginning this ''Sunday at the.church onfTues-j, nxichael M1ss-Sandra Car- Union, 630; ,,p. ,m.Evening Worship. J eSp racer ..Williamswith Jit- building fund: Sis. and Bro. Tom young minister' from Galnesvjlle,
The LORD it on my side l will there will be MYF groups for Jug day evening lastv.week 1 or.a study1 of <; rand .Miss.JanlCe: Hayes ;7:30 p.,m. terbug.Jobiny, and'. is, orchestra, 13aU55,; Nola Harc1 n$12; Mother and choir no $ of .Bethel, ,,and
fan what, lars f Intermediates. and "Seniors sDdr season ,tA,prayer mlsslori Jacksonville'Visited -Mr.and Lola .
not can man.do, JUlIo ) on frl ldayyand Saturday thisweekV Singleton; $7. Sis. Sylvia other singing
me? 6:30 pi: mEvening.;: Worship!-7:30: $ w.orkn?. ,. the.E;state.of.FJorWar.WMU! .1iGs.}>?teeman,Crosby.-.Mrs.;j Anna .Services for.Oct.J; Installationof : n There, will.he po =advance In .s "Qttr.l1.Sis Lula Jackson $5.30, terest of the Wbnien's grips, In pay the 1 Jn-Jy
members attending a regional,In-i Kelly,JHr.Bffl Reddish and ,-tam-' of new officers.: Reading prices this outstapd' .tacit, Johnson.$5.Jerelene. a
I Wednesday _Prayer Meetjngj Church for g, mQite..TIW Dom- which will close on the foyrth
i and Bible 7' struc\t9,11al., .IDe; e t lpgria Gainesville Uyhan43Mrsll Reddish ,in-the letters. .Observances >ppn$5Sis: Iela.,MaeSuggs,, ,
Sunday School Study jn ''Felibwshjp; AJacbjia ,Qf ,,lord's, W7willJbegiajeaci: | :night:at $5 Sunday. Mother Sophia .Royal Is
9:45 M'' Hall, 7:30p.. m" .Chancel Choirhearsal _&j Friday: w re Mxs.,Charjes .Hicks:' } ,County.Hoepital 1 II,In. .,OI Il-I..Slipper. 1:30): i: Vii. E. J,.QJveJ:1S., .: ..manager.> GrJpund Breaking service ,at New general chauinan. She haslready

Morning yVorship U AM will be on Wednesday .Mrs'.MUtori'M4snerrMrsf: Dpn Hill YYYYY YY YYYYYY1YYYYY harcji:News I Bethel $60.80. at Calvary, >$18, appointed her captains.and
evenings the an.d Mr j iponie..M gitipn. r *w f 1.YYr..YYYYYY YYY.YYYYiYYT.T Free; : General,, church rrally, $65. urges
next few weeks:J Canaan. ;Church. of.GGd ,In : ; Total all members to support". them,
Training ,lJnion--6:45.P i\I", 1mlpediately following .Pi yer i ad Mr.and .Mrs'ignni clq l tpsh NEWS OF-INTERJBSTrTOTiCOL6RED V unity V" ; ; ,rop.qeY.rePQrted to date, .(450.15 men as well as women and, make
Meeting ((8:301.Presbyterian. their granddaughters.' ?Janetapd.QaIl / rFree Canaan Church.ofdodIn Axherilrtdceyis, still,,to be-report this a, great lay,'financlally kitd
I Evening" ," 0l'lJp-.}, ..8 Phi, Saxon spcijt fast areSk i l ,[iF Ba.A1lFQ p 'GQU&IT Unity' i Is ''still! ;having;the .Fourth, 'ed'wh ch will. faring,the totalup, spiritually. Joan Jenkins-,- reporter. .
1p' .l4 t.. .
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flg ,
'..wth "ByiOzora J. SheD Anniversary'celeoration'Rev.! '' 7 ,
I Church 'S.
{: .ac" jntpshs" } W".ot er,Fred tDees. ... .... .... W.Y White (pastorG9od_ services r 'V

J'riday; .dultighoirlpraetlce! WL ,G9dw1l1"" grandson.. .of Mr';: Fair 'AA.t4 .. ... -*Allll, r ....n.a.&_ aaaAA&I'f---- have been 'condu oJtglJ.qut SAVE ;q .,.
MadisonStreetBaptistChurch I .
I : 8 p. m. I two andJ4rs"\D. xs. Exhibits are urgedto', ll the .week. R'tiefinafpieeting! \\il1 3 ; t ti ; 1
Tile, ,
years ser$73h7} !iny Aa al.FJairforBradford l sorthatthey: be held &l I 'f .
undajT nigjifstartlng
Sunday- Church'School for all fa"Alaskaaza i has. ')?een. [siting .ounty:,\ Jll-Jjeihe d-from :October ?gay }pJjheir! >high
I ages, 9rt f 5ajnMorning.. Vorshlp here"wJth his gran aFeR ts.fWh n' ?,.to.November-lst.-,are firing tP.feFt"ucation.v.Qlasses! .are-*being ,oflislv to'Yemam for I few lJlinut, 's asked lifter I .Harv

,with sermon. .by. Rev. Olin Cmichael ar. hispreseht} .!urjough.is, oyer'h, :Is' y.o11 4his jannouppementDearly >s5 in! El.1 mathematics, th e-close' (the-se;ylce!.Business t J ..
: of .Jackso.nylle,4ll-} J'--jn. and to. ;report expects to".Cf P'.Sl ewar't,,'Ga. th a t,you wUl- gIn/p eparing.your.,sic For- -furthet.science-choral.'Jnarmat1on: mu- of.vital importance.. "FoJ n/peace; S ., 13 V Vf

I ,Youth FeUowshipsv6p., m. -to receive his ,,4is- i educatipnal.asa, ll,6S, 'tommunity i Priac pal .Eddle 'see with all men, bjolloess withputwlifeh'none" ,
.J. H. Pastor Tt
MabryJr, charge In another !month.! exhibits ,Iiehtemper the'.learJy 4ompkins,;who ,
I Thursday Junior Choir prac. Mrs.f hunk '/1'tiottias) and' Mrs. bird catches- the worms."prizes ]RJE.s.hi c f.Jhejprpgram '1at: Hebrew ;12i4.: shall'seethe'Bister.: ..Elizabeth Lord. ; SAL'E!

I tice3:30p.: m. Ethel 341martin attended church eve beenawairied-ln: thepast.to I Ie Dean, :reporter' 1 "
dinner : ra5ipus iojnnjjunity # ,fp .Gnergpeeonceif4r
atiMttoreoniSuaday. ,< tdubsSUch Aaijoch% '
: aS Baptist* .
i J ldrs' tI..D:" May tf-Mr. : the.Cantttwn'-SoeiaKSaving; The; :; annual I1J(leadership Ch.urcfi .
iu\d and : rvnferxopntypresidents Antioch! Baptist Church,' Rev: 1
FIRST BAPTIST 'Church-Starke Mrs. John HarrIS and son'ttenjiled Others tpr.outistanding 5
handicraft, t secre- George's hee'Si.pastor! wil] fp OBE tRy'
.' t the JSuwanneeAssociation jot,Pri.- needle ri$'oxkai d other.art ,;prolACUps.fThe i'ieaan4! supervisors will be:JieldOcf hold :regulaY ger vlce'on V 't Sunday, OD St ,

Rev; Lewis'D.'Hames,'Pastor mitive Baptist Churches al Em- / members, ''the bIFlo4daAi&tUUniversity starting with .Sunday1 ?rJ1oo1.; ',T e Q! ruh'9! h$ arre1' tdca Qa1 $ a fd. Oat +M1I
pwus : ; .
sing' I IlAax"'ellH
at 11
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart FrWay.fy.Mr. yateiof ford i .Bounty;
Town kJiaye also,won prjzes on .Teachers V' jyDT b e 3 p. m. at AllepC ."
a ely
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and :-.1rs.. EmoryBrown .Gapningapd'sewing-All. ..publicgchool Principal; C: C.-;,Anderson!and Su Cfiunh ; YjJ.m. : U.fE. '
,PJipnes Office and at"Antioch..
: Pastorlum
.were OM1e.mlle..v1s1tors.Monday.i ,.groups? 6wjll be -called upon i,e'rdsgr SbfU.vThe.special consultant Allmernbers--who 'are In ..the"city :
Mr.}and Mrs. Bob Faile moved to participate.. Last Twill \Ie'Qr; Will1am 3i. ;
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. *ear- fair ,' are asked to be'preseijt.; We.regret
to Jacksonville on \M nday"thls Ccamlttee .airedby princi. Brown, professor jit'North ;Caro that ,gut l leading 'ts.o'prajib, Sister I us' :

Sunday-Schoo19:45 'A.l\I. Trainin 'pVmyn 6:45' P3I. Meek. tYslThompkinsof.R1E andfJne.exhibit..Lets ling. .Cpyege.>purham'vN.! C. :He j6ulza! Brown.. '-is,.p,tt' of the city or ,'R.,
,TJMr.> tid.plrs.Milton Misner and prAducedpii(
.:Midweek Service .;- Wednesday 7:30 P3L\ son,spent last ...weekend in';Bir. have.biggerrapd.betterronethtyaat;. I s Jaughtat .publications and has leader, Jessie 'lilac .Sewell ,arid J'Lb' t J :
jpingha nwhere,they.Attended a some'ef,.the.leading 1- President $erjnide Carter :Ator 1 ,
.A VFIEKOIYTVEICO31E?! :' WAHS ,YQUAT family" .reunion? on -:Sunday. .American 7LefiU:-jAuiiliary:nee t, leses.fr, the natfon.He'earned his members are,asked ,,to see. tall =
,THE Y CHURCH Mr. and Mrs..RpscpeMay.andson The AmericanLegion&utii: ] Ph. D. ,at Ohio .itateIIniversrty. deacons and; secretary so that
.' :'of .Hyattsviie.iMd.: : were expected .of.Post 314 willmeet.on.Bunday' RJS ,NEWS .' completeftngncjal'report; can be FFEi'
I "to arrive Wednesday y October '5-at 2 p.. mf in room.5 'liTberegular.PI'A; meeting was made.. ;DeacomClaiepce -Williams' t 4 1 :

this week for a visit with his of RJE. President L. M. Royal held on Wednesday With President was- tjelegateto'the; : Mtl.Sinia: ) ''Asociation ; .
The mother, Mrs. H. D. asks all members TY".Lennon'In' ,j .....- W. t ,
perfect tribute to' \. May to be present: "charge. After de i \ndjwifl make his report i no,orMo, !. '.
'James ThomaS 'attended the Business of Importance vAttonwasled' e Food Or ,
must be by'-ChaplainTJlysses! utJpg.the"evening / der ': '
a cherished memory J .ft1 r ers ay of' tlloridajiMjssissippiSJtate'Jootball transacted. Clark,uthe Jioiise .w s' 'declared' 1 Sister -Arata' Williams'wpnhlp/hpur; reporter! .,.

game in Gainesville Carnation Club open for business.*The'president Pleasant Grove Methodist Ciurch"Pleasant"
Every funeral that we conduct \ Qn-Saturday.. On Monday night the Carnation'Social ,asked'the-,eooperatioii'' 'f "moreBarentSJWithat'thlsfwill'hof ; Grove -Methodist

is 'a source of sustaining t )dc.. ndMrs..EoJbertscf! Savan Savings Club, journeyed to be'a Church Rev H. J. Blount pastor
solace and spiritual inspiration nah?.vlsited-liere-Sunday with Jacksonville to visit with a sisterclub teachers ?1ne4t1> g."He t fadlcated will 'hold--regular services all..da y. ;...... -,- f

to the family. ,, his.mother.,and sister. Mrs., Bill and join in their anniversary that jnta school with almost 30 itartin with Chur School: Supt FTY MtR'
11iP. t
J J urldeLWA9daiad' Mrs..L6uJse' H o- celebration. Several of the hUsbands pupiHenrolled.ithe! ":'m. mbersh IP Leo DeSue to harge. JovejFeas t .. r-
gan. and friends joined this should.be!at least-tOO parents'enrolled at-11 a. m., evening worship f
Hundreds of details at' 7 1
are managed
attended to that trained economically group so that they would be ell. along-.with,about 20:teach_- p. m. The Dlstrict-.Supt.t. R v.'E. ctG-, j jZ
only a and careful mm I
.yyyyy"yyy..ttYYYY9JlElLBRONN gible for the attendance prize ers.-' ld. Hurley will,hold<< his!;'last quart-
organization can perform when the urgent need The club is l
composed of 20 m m- iWays forraiaingnorieyto; } fcelp i arty,; conference oh i5unday. At"I 1
for serving, is at hand.DeWITT bers. Mrs. Corean McNeil, presi the sc.hooJ.was'discussed.yen! tian I!'P. m. the !tSPritualE.hoes will 00 tis

L dent, R. H. Cohen, reporter. "have-been purcfiasjd by the have a program* at t the'lie jthc is t :rA L $"

C. JONES By Mrs. Harvey McCarthy Thurston School News SehooP'Board'! for windows. :but_ I Church in"BroQeriey. : : are"ask- 1 0' CANS .
FUNERAL DIRECTOR '- AMBULANCE SERVICE as I L.On" .Saturday. ..morning. the schponaa 7.more are :needed.AU inn all member si". .nd. friends 'Af
_. ;HpliE 7 -.---- an, eaucauonaijcrip to silver parents of boys who.plan, to S Starke to tcome-over;end ;hear I JIIaUHu
We furnish r the..hJghest.typeJjelYlce" p ; at lowest prices, and accept Howdy Folks, well It Iooks-like $large P jjng3"nd ';far It1se Park. A play '-basntb U -this1' season are them ands stpportt} :gr-dp 'that
cooler group of patrons and pups areaskedrtdsecUre'abirlh'eertif.icate ( i composed of scna'a
weather Jshere or Its i your own : dlaughters.
i ANY life liuuraripB policy. In force, Issued ANY on, ,
: "
by as
,? company way. : Clark them :at.. once.. These .certlfi; This group will appear
payment In part-or-m 'full on funeral services. Consultation Now for our Church news for served as-bus driver. Principal; cates must be sent id "with *}he In Gainesville soon and many

d,carries no Qphg> 4 h the week. There will be a V04U C.RrJSe algi: ,s.q B.. Jackson oth'erSathletic1 fws'Very; Soon. 'You other> places. Watch this paper for

-Brotherhood-GA, meet at the were In'charged All reported a d?- may get this certificate. by'sending the; date time and plajeje fh we t ki Y -- ,
C, rev church at 7 p. m.tonight. Mrs.L. g1; Wp..We tat a pleased a to yonrr child ''name *"and'&ate of They can bey e..oMhE4best sings
.. Morgan WMU president; E. S.' knew'that'omrPTA president Mrs. birtlf+ to"the'Florida"' StaB ro ing groups In Florida if we sup-

SununarsU1:.J3Ptberb.o.Q.d. ...Pftsi{ Louiza. Brown Is having a much bf $e5itligPeaTfit. tJa"cksonvflle, port PM ,help'-tt'ttkpr. 'vC; ren;e TENDER
.., : ..4t. dent and Miss Linda-GaskinS, G. d66ervediacation-ln Fort Myers. Florida: Lets make-this s big year ";''Buster" 'DeSUe-is"the pianist and V
,fi5,.. : Leader urges .all 1 lad e ,,aen..and We miss )Jier dry npch'and hope\ for the 'RJE Tigers;and Tlgerettes. l leader, Mae Belle Dell reporter.
iV 4.. > young girls to be present and take ejcllLaooa>returri. She is visitIng The same principle 'applies to Allen Chapel AME Church

rt 11. this great w k.r loir. her_sister and.flther relatives4pe girls who plan;'td=-"participate :'in i 4nenChapcl>A 'ChDrci. i y, 1 \ ow.JfA1I dl 9

V. irfJ .: yractice.has in-eh'anged i.fron ; 'yay..WeJU'e.very grateful interscholastic ba"sketkallAaccoid. 1,. t-: atppsQpp! ; 4Ar ah11,4bee"e t I 8.. 2HO
.Y y>v .p .. Friday eyenlng.,to Sunday> after r to Supt. H. p. Morgan and \fhe, lae* o Cozehes(BdtteraV l'sl hell. regular pastoral day starting with r ) Afi. ,' t6 flLi .i
noon atptalWedpesdaniBh; t 8gard'ittllngys} to cut down lll'f'here Tf lbV'! iy ];pedal Wet Sunday School at 10 a. m. Supt.

immediately after lp'ayetAietin g two leaning pines that' we will { Seat tsh01t!at Kely's'Nite.Linritio. n liege Jhanas: jA-CJiajse. JffleFeast _

there, : ,jwjll\be-'itisae: far .sEm11ar ( :Jieating.jhe x qpl this Wince Friday.Octoler'11U.. Church Conference. Fine preachIng We expect to"have more than.a r-the:!Mias!ReTE;Co test.'' com 6 p. m. All members iand friends

and singing every Sunday cord of wood V stored for the cold I out and see the-future stars of. T. are inrtt.ed..tP..a t ej 4,T1ie ggpla r
< morning and evening Congregational days ahead. We hope all the near: V. : alid;8roadway'C pieeting''of,the'JiU OttCRUl'tJt;-,will +11 Y j i'

". .\ singing. with Chorister, by patrons will helpus protect i iso it ITve 'Benlor: '' IiKs ;is presentingthV"5Woridi6er4 ."e held ga4* rTue f-* y*!ttbLp lm. > .
.': Russell Redding, assisted by Mrs. that it will last for the entire L 'On'{t IeVislon On Sunday at 4 p. m. the Mrs \. [

:\. )Z < 1 Ri L. Morgan+ Jimmie Lee! andiittleRay winter season S. C. Price, principal : as an athletic and aocia7 sttiiU es ,fionary CfcnteittJrfll ilfl with a .cUT .. fUt.t'An
., t1(,.:; >. Norman with the talented Adult, Mrs.Education Albert, reporter. : teatur&AiI, : 1, '''sere.. ,tnrited, to I program. Antioch Baptist Choir .7" k i r .u..1'-
..d j.\0: "w, Miss Barbara Jean Norman at j attepdither: showtngs eaehrdayr:f in l has been mvited to p1ig. The guest S,
> ,".J:*' WJ. ; ,,,..t1f.i.t ':\ the piano. Special singers, Miss The Adult Education classes;iQfl the'workshop at tfievslhooi'Lete; speaker will be SfluChMter: Shell l 1
:'"=> ':; :' \,.:,.:.' Joyce Morgan. Miss Delvene Morgan ;adQr4 County! ware now in full, eee'e :the MiiwankeetBraves'tau= .cf Hawthorne who is also an out- s .ift !rt1. AW J \
l f fI Miss Linda Gaskins and Miss operation and open-for new mem. keep their title as National Cham. .i :' lajhurch.\\dfng"1a n the Ba p test Tndi' OIUg- 'WI
P VV VV Barbara Jean Norman. Go to bershlp. Former high 'school stui PlonsY-'Mrs.. MT B.lkeelec,.repwl I. H"e"46upt..of Jtbesfiunday Steak -.u..
I VV church Sunday and If you and dents who..kburing! the day j ft. *: 31 *> v WKJX .(.'n>rT School ,t Galilee, Hawthorne.. AU ;Jone
your family would like to yisib r Of
Mab ou'der
J "
'AI.Mte\ : part, with Heilbronn, please feel free Zvi Vl.P 'Jro tt4'st ; ;59 .

to do so. You are alwaysWelcane, 1 Call 'The 1 IOU 5too\ ;
neigbhQI:S t\.81 never know how any and all services.pat .. .. ..G"ut\ ,'-_.,. ...
Tuesday Qct. 6, the Elementary I ,
little I )wel1 d. for our big Mercury." PTA Willed 1S.iiemDdID, ,I '. iO R ;Jfl: r

of the year in the Elementary 'JI" _
".. Qtfe( ejiajat; 7W| ;p.$: !f&eifa I 0. WO 4 +; I -
tend and support your PTA.. Prin- 1 'r ;

.1P.aJ." >>- :-;... (a T Tty. .. A ftth..Jro Yt I 1 .. :UPERB RANDCREAM :
are inviting you" to come and do '
your part to help our children re- 4 -s ;,Cf .

ceive a better education. When KeroseA or I. htiRb- .
they call the room count be 'thereto : I

stand up for your child's room.It 1.c I .. ,

C \l. .... ......M..Y. will mean a lot to all concerned. D fl&59 S v'LAn
Very sorry to report sickness in fiABO ., t . ., t .

.x I our itthe community.Als6hua'Mrs.County"Bill 1 Reddishis sDitalinlCialr JOUR TANI m fi fJI: ( D'c ALYt I/ :nlA'L-"BERlty.q ,

Hospital last week and Frank Norman I r -'

ienteredwttlefBrAdfgrd: CWl\{ \:( CALL us X!OR'C4 N

MERCURY : Hospital Monday of ibis week: J Mp.rmtRMA9 ft 11

May these',we fine remember Christian to people''pray' that'for H 1J t6 fII..J ,1 i ij

the good Lord will bless and heal I :4

M GRIFF MEROVHT JWTOftS. thenas,4n'Mrs.'CarmJchad nano; _,... -. YOUR, YRIE 'DLL-PHILLIPS: V, '66 JQBB 1 ,t R .I ,> LOW GREEN

Phone- lti'0.4- W-stk..f.l1a.! .C .mt..Ahmon.L.: : [vices Sunday at the First Baptist PhoneN0;; 4+971l !743&uth\W DtolSt. \ PRICES STAMPS .

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y marl and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Miss Enza. While here they visited YYYY TTYY YYYYYY yyyyy. Green and children dred Harrell and health and sans, Model T thump and noise but it ations in Florida
Fred Moore and family. their aunt Mrs. Smithy McLeodin Elaine Crosby of Starke and tation Howard Douglas, who made the
was getting there
i it LAffTEY% A Junior Choir under the able Melrose and enjoyed fishingin 'B'ROOKE Linda Sue Thomas were weekend Nettles Marty Tinny and Jean L some of the rest of just us.as Seeing well as it year itnadard.is 10 The standard aim for the Sunday next

leadership of Mrs. Earl Moses, Santa Fe Lake. guests of Juanita Stanaker. Douglas.Mr. .
really took us BACK IN THE
wife of the'new pastor of'the First Mr. and Mrs. George McCall and I Stanaker and. Schools 22 Vacation Bible
Wayne Ronnie Futch
explained the
T. Fntck YEARS
Bl.Hn. Joyce By Barbara Sue Davis new We can not say how long Schools, there were just 10 of the
Baptist was organized Julian Browning of Palatka
were Thomas were Sunday guests of report cards and the grading it had been since we had seen VBS
LMAA A A last; Saturday afternoon. They Sunday guests of R. L. McCall \AMU AA&&AAAA&AAAAAAA&' Douglas Conner at Jthe. State system. of these old timers. how reported this year. Wonder
plan to meet each Saturday after- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkison many of us will work for
Farm. Refreshments
Bridal Shower of pie a la modend
noon at 4 o'clock. Those interested A group of J2 girls from.Brook- We are sorry that 'Sister Ellen these standards and do all we canto
and Mrs. Dan
Starling were Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green and coffee were served
Mrs. Betty' Jo Norman, whose by the
er Baptist. Church Norman and ; help along?
enjoyed Mrs. Brown This is
an both not just for
are cordially invited to attend. of I
marraige to Carlos Norman took guests Mr. and Mrs. Cecil daughters: bit\. and Mrs. Ernest teachers.
overnight camping'trip September members of the Highland church the name we get for doing this
Misses Judy and Brenda Bennett ,
and family in Jacksonville.
Edwards and children,. and John
place Sept. 6, In Starke, was'the were Saturday overnight 26 at the Guy ,lIarrell .cabin at and others, are still on the sick work, it is to help spread the Gospel -
They all attended the
Green enjoyed the weekend at the fTTTTTTTTTTTTTOYTTt *
for shower YTY
Inspiration a lovely
Salt Springs list, and not of our Lord to
guests of their grandparents, Mr. improving very much. all. Let's try
Baptist Association on Sunday. Guy Harrell cabin at Salt .
given by Mrs. Lonzo Starling, Mrs. Springs.Church
and Mrs. 'J. J. Smith of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gault and Chaperones for the occasion We do wish a speedy recovery for harder than we have ever tried
Marklee Starling, and Miss Na News CLAY
were Mrs. JameS' Mrs. all sick before.
On their
Sunday parents Mr. and :
and Mr and
son Mrs. Carl Grif-
omi Starling at the home of Mrs. Church services were.held earlyat We had
Wilson 69
Green Mrs. Lester and present In
Mrs. Paul Bennett, and Mr. and fis and family spent the weekend We really enjoyed the Associa- Sunday
Vernon Starling on Saturday ?firs. Bobby Dyle the New River Church Sunday ftlra. J. L tional School at Highland Sunday 10 of
Mrs. Allan Carter and daughter with Mr. and Mrs. Riley Dixonin 8trieklaoduUU.UUAUUAAAa1 Sunday School meeting at ,
evening. After the playing of sev went for them and'they were all Palatka. Rev R. R. Carlton of Fairbanks night so that the. ,church as a Macadonia last Thursday these were in our Ladies class but
eral games and the opening of body, could attend ire wedding evening. let
} we the
Hughey S.
Crosby the U. win that
dinner of the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rowe, Mr. I churches In the
many beautiful gifts, refreshments Navy at Key West 'visited''the G. ceremony of Eunice Green of Pa- II Faye England Black banner for attendance AGAIN. It
George Kersey and sons. and Mrs. Newn Burney, and' Mr.. I caught the wildcat Creek Association were not
were served to the following latka. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. looks like
W. Davis family Saturday morn that had been they are going to
Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Williams and Mrs. Gene Clemons were Sat ; catching her represented and about three
guests: Mrs. Villa Starling, Mrs. Joe Green to J. T. Parrish. son the banner, at
ing. chickens! She and churchs least they have had
and family had as Saturday urday night the childreni [we think this is right
supper guests of Mr. ]
Inez Batten. Mrs. Landon Oriffis, Mrs: H. E. Stokes, Mrs. Mattie of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Parrish brought the cat it for 4 or 5 weeks now! We do
up here
evening guests Mr. and Mrs. T. and Mrs. J. H..Pannenter in Jack i for us to just had one or two representa
Mrs. Ed May mother of the bride A. Parker of Jacksonville. sonville. They visited Mrs. Charles Sowells, Miss RUby 'Stokes and nf Trnnfri>r-.. 'SPP before'-.__ up n _haH___ _mn_>..h. _mnra y... tVianrot ........ tives. Highland had 13 members not envy them the banner but just
Misses Macel Conner and Joan Buddy StOkes of Starke were Mr. and.AIrs. W, E. Bigham Sr.f & out of bed wonder why some of the other
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dixon and Elim Rhoden who is a patient in Wednesday morning present of which 10 were officers
May. weekend guests of the Dewey &> Lakeland were house guests t of last week. classes can't give them a little
family of Palatka had Sunday dinner St. Vincent's Hospital, while The same day and teachers. We failed to bring
Little Ricky Roberts of Gaines. with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gault there. Stokes family In Jacksonville. of the W. E. Bigham Jr. family she attended the PTA meeting at home the banner this time there more competition, they do not
ville is spending the week with They also attended the big meet- Monday through Thursday Orange Park. have to work very hard to
and son. Little Tip Dixon visited ,, We feel confident were two other churches who keep
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Diann and Donald Thomas while Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling anddaughter : ing at Emmls Church Les Hardee of Parris Island S. she was the only person there who us. We outnumbered the banner as it Is. Anyway we

W. Roberts.H. had as Sunday guests, Mr.'and Mrs. E. W. Hodges and C. and Craig Wood,of Jacksonville could boast that they had shot a messages by Rev. enjoyed the made a general grade of 51 per
C. Harley and Edwin Padgett here.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling and: of were Saturday guests of the Jun- Lawson and cent this time. Let's
and Mrs. Everett Futch children Americus, Ga visited wildcat that morning before Rev. Babb, pastor of the keep the good
were in Mlddleburg on Sundayto family of Highland and Mr. and: the Evan for Bigham family.Mr. I church. work going.
Hodges breakfast
family Friday !
and Ann'and Andy attended Needless to They really
Padgett Mr. say, ware e gave us some
see Edwin's James Starling of Starke. strong ---
father while enroute to Orlando hospital and Mrs. T. W. Markey are all
proud that
services at Clay Hill Baptist she did catch! to think over. We also
Padgett.Mr. Mrs. C. E. Strickland of Gain to visit Kenneth Russ who leaving Friday for a few days this
Church and were dinner cat, but there are plenty more 1 learned that there are Just six
and Mrs. Neil Joyner and esville was Friday overnight guest, is ritical due to vacation in Mobile. Ala. with of of GAY'SHome
guests of Mr. and Gyone Padgett a' lung col- them in these woods, so if any I(the twenty-two churches in
family visited Mr. and Mrs. Wil Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bennett and of her sister, Miss Elizabeth Terry lapse. Mr and Mrs. Ernest Russ, friends and relatives. of you want to hunt them, there'are Black Creek Association that

liam Hicks In Green Cove Springs Mrs. Troy Bennett were In Jack Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson parents of Kenneth' are with him Mrs. Lucille Green wishes to express enough left to'give you a good standard Sundays Schools. have We AppliancesYour

Sunday afternoon.Mr. sonville on Thursday to see Mr. and family had as Thursday evening at the hospital. her thanks to those who chase. Just have to
Fort and Mrs Duke Roberts of and Mrs. Glenn Williamson and guests 'Mlss .Erda Wilson of; Dickie' Davis attended the Ga= were so kind to call or visit dur- One night not so long ago. Lee j. 50 per cent to make the a standard.grade of Friendly!
Myers were Sunday guests of Palm Beach. Mrs. Jackie Odom, tor and Missist'ppi state football ing her recent illness: She is now Seems
Moore had most of
a trap set to catch us are falling short.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest and sons.Mr.. and Mrs. Stanley Crawford Mrs. Mabel Boyette and Miss Er i game In Gainesville Saturday able to be back at work. fox. He heard something a Norge Dealer
Hid family of Evergreen were ma Wilson of Jacksonville, and:I afternoon The regular meeting of the a noise out about where the tra Assoc--

The Dave Tanners' Sunday Tuesday] evening guests of th Mrs. Evelyn Egan of Palm Valley. bit. and Mrs: Allen Lewis of Brooker PTA was ,held at the was, got his gun and went out it is 0 NQBGE APPLIANCES
"Life as is
'visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Harold Eunice family Mrs. Brad Norton and'daughter Gainesville visited bars' Amanda Brooker school cafeteria Thursday and there was a fox in 'the trap never quite 0 MAYTAQ
Mosley and family of Jack and Lewis and family night with President Frank Tin interesting enough for me WASHERS
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Jones and Mrs. Selma Eunice carriedJimmy : Saturday after- and one just a short way from the somehow and so I

sonville. daughters were fishing in Big Eunice to Valdosta on Friday noon. ney presiding. trap. He shot the one standing a- a little," rearrange 0 COLEMAN'flI Afr.M tad

Mrs. Charley Mosley and two Santa Fe Lake on Saturday and 'to enter Valdosta state ,College l- Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mizelle Rev James Temple gave the devotional way from the trap and then shot says _. FLOOR FURNACES

children of Highland spent Monday 1 little Brenda Jones caught a 5 Ib. for the fall term. visited Mr and Mrs. Leroy Mizelle e the one in the trap. We say he

with Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie 1 fish.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Bell of in Lake Butler Friday night Plans were made for,the, Halloween made a pretty good catch too. 'THE MATCHMAKER"\ We Service All Makes
Teston and J; B, 'Teston.. and Jacksonville were carnival and the committees
Mrs. Cecil Reyboldsand weekend guestsof ::; Jean Endicott, Lucretia Combs Well, we have two Tues. Of Appliances
Mr. and Mrs. Hoye Mr. and appointed as following: Gen pet kittens Wed. Oct. 7, 8
Hague and family of Baldwin were Sunday Mrs. Commodore Crew and Karen Mizelle attended the that like to eat

family visited relatives in! Lake '< guests of Mr. and Mrs: Jack and daughter. On Sunday they football game in Lake Butler Fri eral chairman Wilson Green: the dog refuses shelled to eat pecansbut them. Florida Theatre Phone 10

City on Sunday.Mr. 1 Reynolds and Mrs. Lomie Mosley.Mrs. visited Mrs. Babe Crews. and the day night. Later Jean and Lucretia Supper committee Melba Green, Seems to say. if that is Starke Florida
and Mrs.Noye Green and I Sadie Polk of, Jacksonvillewas Jacksonville Zoo. attended the victory dance Marty Tinney Leah Temple have for to you
me eat I
will do
Miss Virginia 'Green of Gaines- the honoree at'a Stork Shower Sunday school attendance at bits Guy Harrell and dough Grace Bigham, Carolyn Dyle and out! with po- -

vile were here, on Sunday for ,a at the home of Mrs. Mattie the First Baptist Church has ter, Remonla returned home ,Amanda Lewis; Cake. walk BU I
visit with Mr. and Mrs. W., H. Carter on Friday evening. Those greatly increased since the coming Thursday. .Bigham and Dolly Harrell. Hotdog If any of you want Canna or PROTECT DRIVER'S

Green and daughter Bonita. present were Mrs. Paul Bennett, ef the.new. pastor. Rev. Earl Reginia Harrell celebrated her stand Margie Lewis, Ruth yellow day lilies; come to see us, your licenseBUY

Mrs. John Shuford and Dave Mrs. Mary Reddish Mrs. Lois Moses ,and wife,. 10th birthday anniversary with Mizelle and Lou Tomlinson. Coin we have more than we know
had as weekend guests a try store Mrs. Jean Ellis. what to do with with and wish to
Mr. and Tanner Mrs. Hoyt Starling Mrs. Deepest sympathy is extendedto party of 28 guests at the homeof Novelty
Mrs. Joe Shuford and children, of L. S. Tanner, Mrs. Edwin Padgett, Mr., and Mrs. Bryant Reddishin Mrs. W. E. Bigham Satur stand Mrs. Loca Whitten. Fishpond thin them out some. Have red
St. Augustine: Mrs.- Rowell Prevatt, Miss Edna the passing of Mrs.uReddish'smother day afternoon. Games for the Mrs. M. O., Harrell. Milk and yellow cannas, and yellow .

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Starling of Carter, and Mrs. Leila Mae Carter Mrs. Frank Dorman in afternoon were: Scavage hunt, bottle toss game Terrell Green with red spots.Thursday LOW'COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo

Green Cove and Mr. and Mrs. of Clay Hill Mrs. Robert Mey- Jacksonville.Mrs. Hula Hoop contest NancyGreen Dart game, Howard and Jean evening of last week
Hamp Henry of Starke visited the ers and Mrs. Bill Zack of Jack- O. J. Phillips and Dannyvisited bubble gum hunt by, and Douglas.. Tickets.. Lonnie Futch. I:we were going to the AssoclatIonal

Ressie Andersons on Sunday. sonville. Mr.J and Mrs. Leslie Phillips bubble Raffle Zuline Harrell, Mrs. ErnestLester Sunday School meeting at Macedonia

Mrs. Nancy Keene' and Allen Mr, and Mrs. Jack Reynolds and family in ,Callahan on Castlin,gum and contest a shoe won relay.by Mike and Doris Kelly. Fruit cake and just as we were going Membership Fees 6 Mo. Pelicies

Hart and daughters attended Su- carried their son Bobby to a skinspecialist Saturday. On Sunday Mr. and The cake, which was beautifully, Rosie Pinholster.Th 'off of road 218 onto 301 one of

wannee _Baptist Associational in Jacksonville on Mon- Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Danny decorated with red roses was served carnival will be held Sat the old time MODEL T Fords

meeting in Jacksonville on Sun visited Mr. and Mrs. SImeon Phillips i with ice urday October 25th at the school passed us. Looked like It had not
day.A. cream to the guests
day.They returned home via C. Kirkland'celebrated his and daughter, Miss Debbie by Mrs. Dolly Harrell, Mrs. W. E. with the parade starting at 5:00: ( been used so very much, in unusually DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY

Mrs.Macclenny where they visited llth birthday anniversary with a Phillips in Palatka.Mr. Bigham Jr., Mary Jane Bigham ,Standing committee program, good condition for one of

ilies. Keene's sons'and their fam party at the home of his parents, and Mrs, P. L.'Dinkins were; and Les Hardee. Reginia received James Temple; MembershipMadge its type, but it was going right on *5b W.

Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arvis Kirkland Sat Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.1 many lovely gifts. Hicks, Refreshments, Mil down the road with the usual Call Street phone 235

Clarice" Thomspon and urday evening. Mrs. Barton of the Horace Cox at their Lake Santa Mrs. Noon Mott
daughters been sick
of State Farm were State Farm and Miss Bobbie Kirkland Fe home. Mr.'and Mrs. Paul Din-: for several
Sunday days at her home. We i
. Mr; and visitors at 'the'home of of Starke assisted Mrs. Kirk kins of St. Augustine visited, the wish her a speedy recovery.

family Mrs. Earl-,' Mosley-> and land in caring for the 33 guests Senior Dinkins to the evening Mr. and Mrs. Julian Green and ,
Miss.Arthurine Blanchard of Mrs. Susie Norman of Dinsmore
Mr. and son of Jacksonville were
Mrs. Billy Torode and Jacksonville came down on Sat visited Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips the weekend
son of guests of Mr. and FLORIDA
.- Gainesville spent Friday urday for a visit with her sister, last week.On"These ., Mrs. Dave Green. V V BANK AT STARKE

Mrs. Brock Perryman and Mrs. STARKE
Icie Bennette of Gainesville were

Shore the Profits fa Stork weekend guests of the J. R. Mott STATEMENT OF CONDITION

family and Mrs. Lourie Perryman, ,

also of Gainesville was the Sunday Condensed from
night guest of the Motts. Report to Comptroller ,

We are sorry to hear that Terrel! ,

Green had to have 8 stitches ....'. .' _. "; September 24, 1958 "
taken over one eye due to a football V ,. .
accident last Friday.
I \' I jI'' pAY's U, :
\\ U r Mrs. Edgar Wilkison and children ,

of Lake City were Saturday Resources '

afternoon guests of the Noon Mott .
family. ,.

C 7 Mr. and Mrs. Hershall Laifield Loans
and Discounts
V. and children of
f .I : Gainesville were $1,271,710.69
Sunday afternoon guests of the '
Noon Motts. Banking House, Furn. & Fixtures '

Little Billy Bigham, son of Mr. 16,162.42
r and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. celebrated Prepaid Expenses

Weekend his 3rd birthday anniversary 3,142.62

with a party Tuesday after- Other Resources .

Specials At KOCH'S noon. A cowboy motif was used as 572.13

the setting throughout the after- Accrued ,,Int. & Income Receivable 11,081.26
noon. Several games were played

among them a sucker hunt. Animal U. S. Government

JACKSONVILLE PRICES. We will not be Undersold!i guests Guests decorations as attending favors were were given Patsy the Florida County and Securities Municipal Bonds 1,770,992.20 310,831.74 I

and Paggy, Edwards, Lorie
Jimmy Temples Bob Dyle, Steph Other State and Municipal Bonds 165,851.00

Alarm Clocks ONE-PIN 3-CELL anie Brenda Stanaker Nettles.McDavid.Reginia Cathy Harrell Lewis, bout and Cash on ,Hand and, Due From Banks 330,007.87 2,588,764.07

VACUUM.FLASHLIGHT. Refreshments were served by _, ., V.
Mrs. Bigham assisted by Mary V -- $3,880,351.93
2.95 and Patty Bigham. Billy received .. ,
BOTTLE With Batteries many nice gifts. t": l : _. )". "

Mr. ,and Mrs. Curtis Beach ar-d I .! ., .: LiabilitiesCapital ," .. .
son and Mr. Beachs' mother ,- t' : .
were ;
Pock Watches c 98 Sunday guests of Mrs. Loca I ; ,. .,' Iii. .: ... .

Wand the J. C.. HarreD '. *'",. ,, .r

family. Stock ; / '
General Electric Mr. and Mrs. Drew Dukes of y ,

Worthington 'Were Friday nightdinner Surplus .
guests of the .- .. 175,000.00
J. C. Harrell *-
RUBBING Heating amily. ,
SCOTCH a Undivided Profits '
Rev. L. L., Parker and daugh- < 34,265.20 ., 359,265.20

ter. Glenda were given a surprise Reserve for

COOLERS ALCOHOL 5.95 birthday party at the New River Contingencies f 111,156.39

Baptist Church after prayer meet
Every Home t lag Wednesday night by the mem Reserve for Taxes, Interest, Ect. : '

OpQ-Third a OFF 19c PT bers of the church. They received Interest .t j.-.. 37,163.76
Should Have One many lovely? and useful gifts. Re Income Collected, Not Earned .i.

freshments of cookies and soft .. 34,115.43

drinks Mrs.were Lottie served. Dividends Declared, Not Yet Payable .:. ", .". 1000.00
7.95 BATHROOM SCALES Edwards has been
Only 4.95 visiting her sister in Jacksonville Deposits A ':

for several'days: 3,337,651.15

We are sorry to see the Junior! .
'-' I
Dukes family move away and $3,880,351.93

PRESCRIPTIONS hope they will come back for
main business
are Three
our -- Pharmacists to visits. : ., .

serve you Day and Night. With our large volume of prescription The J. H. Sullivan family enjoy; : '.

business>: ve can give you the BEST FOR LESS.KOCH. I,ed mother a weekend and sister with' in Mrs.Bell.Sullivan's : Y > FLORIDA Bank "

I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vollenweiderof ::3 .::

Waycross Ga. were .recent =,:"
afSffcark :
'guests of the T. W. Markeys.T. OM of 28 Banks in the Fbrida I -tr-
Drug StoreFree W. Markey' .celebratedhis '
( : National ) ,
53rd birthday at his home at GIoup" '

a dinner given by his wife: Guests .

present were Mr and Mrs. FrankTinney 'S II

Truck: !:Delivery .--- Phone WO 4440 J and sons. Mrs. Amanda I MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION I

Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green.
-- II
Mr. and, Mrs. Leslie Green and : :- .

.children and Urand Mis.' Roy .: : : =- -

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