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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Hearing bushes, and there it was found FBI RECORD: started dressing.i &

Wednesday, Sept. 17'by a south In the meanwhile Alease testified Lonely

who lived nearby. Griffis posted $2.500 bond Grifis sat"on a settee by the

ConflictingTestimony But at the time Alease Tyson Sunday and was released. from door and watched "Gunsmoke." Spot .
I swears Griffis was watching television county jail htre. She remarked about the strange

at her home, Walter La- His FBI record filed in the sound cf, his auto horn and Grif-

moree., owner-operator of a truck Sheriff's office here, includes fis replied. MThfse'old Fords have Where t' pi _
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: South (formerly two funny horns."
a year term at Raiford for -_
K&J1: says that Griffis was working larceny of animal in 1938: ; de- I The two teen left Alease said as Body --r --______________

Roy H.Griffis I on a truck in Lacio.ee's ierticn frcm the Army in 1942: Gunsmoke was going off the tie- ;k; : jf -'
,garage, or drinking coffee in a1 arrests on charges of fraud at visicn screen 'and: Robert said Was Found "h' '
On thenght of September 13. Still to be answered at the trial nearby restaurant. j I Ti'iihville. 1951: felony, Orlando. "I'll be back in a few minutes." I :

between the hours of 10 p. m. and (if a grand juiy indicts] is the Other members of the Lamoree \ 1951} assault on female Then the dead man's wife testified -
dawn. could Roy Henry Griffis. Queilicn of whether Roy Griffis ftmily Alice (flhe
mothejl, Jud- Wilmington. X. C., 1933: engaging Griffis said: 111 bring him t
41. Starke. have been in two places between 10 and 10:30: p. m. on sonIthe( senl!, and Mis. Laura'. in affray Wilmington N. back alive.," tz

at the same time? i j I S ;tJt. 13 was sitting in Robert Tysen's -I,:Meece Ithe_ married daughter], all i. C. 1955: :assault: with intent to "Robert must not have intended -
Despite the wonders of modern ,. home watching: "Gun-smoke" in turn II
swore that Griffis was around to "
I(I }I I I murder Uartoir. 1957; and stay long Alease said. "Hedidn't
science, such a feat is still patent- cr sitting in a truck stop restaurant the garage or adjoining ;;, va'kus charge of drunkt'nntsSand even take his tobacco." The Victim Ii: w.., _

lj impossible and yet that is drinking coffee. Ii J, restaurant during 'the horns that: I I fithtins in :Titusviu, hUfoiiaer I Gary Reddish, at whcse place : J i" _ _
the testimony heard here Friday: i 4,i Alease Tyson says that Grills.,: Alease Tyson says he came to her home. seveial witnesses said they saw '
in a preliminary heating tor Giiffis. was at her home-arrived duringthe home Robert "IS t1, :
,I and other witntsess fay ,Griffis. and Tyson together later I ____
charged with first degree murder Matt Dillon opus and left they saw him and Tys cn: together incny. -: I I that night, had known the mechanic ,, 't,\ S :

in the throat-cut death of I,I "hen it was over. Leaving with I j i later .at Gary Reddish's "shop"in "The little short man that lives I five or six weeks. It was TysonFor 1 -

Robert Tyson. Sr., 43-year:' tldj; !I I the white man, says ,Alease washer : St rke. here told me to come back," to Reddish that Griffis came to _- U'. ..&. J--

Starke Negro. husband: and that was the I Alease says'she was l hi her kit- Alease testified the man aid."He's hire a truck and driver when he
At the end of some five hoursof last time she saw him alive. j I t 1 I chen and Robert: had already gone asleep," the N gress said I wanted to move from Alachua which Reddish Griffis in front was of the driving place, met and testified.tis drove off together, Reddish of Highway 16 [State Farm Roadl

,conflicting testimony County Four day later Robert's body to bed ,when she heard a strange I she told the visitor County to Staike several weeks asked with a large load of groceries.
if knew
I he where
Judge T.A. Yawn held there was badly decomposed, neck slashed,j[noise in front of the'house. She "He told me to wake him Up.'" ;ago the Negro testified. Griffis they could Others testifying that they saw Griffis said he passed on by and
get drink. Reddish said he told
sufficient "probable cause" to was found beside a dirt road, two'[locked cut and saw a car. The Griffis is said to have replied. I still owed him a little money for Tyson a he didn't know then walk- Tyson and Gntfis together atReddish's then decided' to stop and give the

hold Griffis for trial at the fall miles north of Fairbanks. The I I noise she heard must have beena Alease testified she asked the that )Job, Reddish said. ed over'to the place were J. D. Lock- Negroes a lift, He carried them as
with
term of Circuit Court here next murderer car him. ridge, Negro employee of Hercules far as Crosby's store, where they
( had concealed the evidence horn. She turned on the porch man into the hcuse and went, to I Around 11 o'clock Saturday where Griffis
month. In the' meanwhile he a- I of his crime by coveringthe I, light, and the man she later wake her husband. She; told him tight Sept. 13, Griffis and Tyson bout still said something a- Powder Co., and Elizabeth Coving- stopped, and the Negro (Tyson
greed to the release of 'the wiry I I body with the of :. I I owing Reddish some ton. motel maid. went in and made some small
top a pine identified as Griffis came up to there was "a white man" to see drove up to Reddish's"shop," Gary and

father of eight. under $2,500 bond. sapling, and some. broken myrtle. the house, according to her testi- him and he got right up and I testified. Tyson got out of the car soon money--__ _Aff-Ar,_n_ that promised.__. Tvenn_..__eo to_nnrl_pay_ "_him"if...- anything Warned he by said Judge at the Yawn preliminary that- purchases..L.. negroes..._;____Griffis on__ 10_ H then uicir_L .nome carrieduie HI.

hearing might be used against the Pleasant Grove settlement he
him if the case came to trial

later, Griffis took tne stand and said.Deputy
Sheriff Dolph Reddish

I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 2,800, Copies testified he was working at the testified that when he first wentto

truck stop during the hours the see Griffin at his home (the

murder took place. old Adam Green place on the

Every Week His only contact with Tyson State Farm read the mechanic
Griffis said, was early that Saturday at first denied knowing Tyson at

I Official County Publication Established In 1879 _ _ afternoon, as: he was driving all. Later Griffis admitted he knew
home from work in his 1935 Ford, the Negro Reddish said.

VOLUME EIGHTY STABKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1958 NUMBER SIXTEEN Ire passed a Negro man and a lit- Dr, C. B. Pollard, toxocologist
--' ftle Negro'girl standing by the'side (Continued on Page 51


City Budget I Pulpwood Saw Alachua Negro Economic Survey p

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Tops $$500,000 : Causes Death Held For FiringAt Will Be Aired _i? : _- _0




For First Time Of Negro Worker -1- State TrooperJeff At Tuesday MeetAnother .



The City of Starke will be operating Charlie Murphy, Starke Negro, rk
in of
a series
for the first time under a1 about 59 years of age, died Tuesday -: Merick, 41, Gainesville Ne-
gro, was lodged in the surveys :designed to strengthenthe
County jail
budget in excess of half a million I afternoon of injuries received I ___
economies of Florida's rural
dollars during the fiscal year when he fell into a whirling pulp- Monday afternoon charged with
countieswill( be received and discussed -
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assault with
1958-59 intent to murder, and
as proposed expenditures wood iki
saw blade while working t
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also charged with reckless driving. hi the. .Bradford County
totaling $576.609.33 were approved southwest of Starke.
at the regular Council meeting Muiphy is employed by Hubert J'Outsfanding :- Road patrolman M. N. Sellars, Courthouse, Starke' on I October

Tuesday night. Cooper a wood _: whose patrol car was hit by two 1 4 at 7:45: p/m. -
producer, and
was
The made for the Florida -
shots: reported that he survey ir
was pursuing -
Providing for increased expendi- operating the saw about 8:30 a. m. I Development Commission by
tures of 8738233. an 18 per cent Tuesday when he went in front of a speeding car Saturday Vice -
First Chairman
Research Corporation, covers
afternocn on road 235 about four nSecretary'
gain over last year's total for the the blade to pull a limb out of the
Bradford Baker Clay Nassau,
miles north of Brooker when the ; I
general operation of the city and way. Apparently a limb broke,
and Union counties. Demo
car turned off onto a graded road. I Representaives Committee' Names Slate
the municipal power plant, the causing Murphy to lose his balance -
It was at this place that the ,cf the Commission and of
new increases will and fall backward into
the
financed
by
expected gains of $42.442.33 in the yaw. In spite of being almost cut shocting occurrei.$ Bond was set First Research will '.des ribe and New officers .of the Bradford I! ethers to fill vacancies, the tom.i .

city's general fund I in two by the blade Murphy by County Judge T. A.. Yawn at analyze the report, \then invite County Democratic Executive i mittee is now comprised ai t 01.
revenue, apd remained '
;
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I $15,000 on the-asa ti1t.charge and questions and. discussion from Committee; elected at-a meeting lows: "-' "- -
144.940.00 in the light-and water conscious and was broughtin ,' .
Medical 'Student" at,$250 the Citizens .of the;five Bounties.-' l in the courthouse last Friday att- '
on reckless driving Precnctt
t: fund. There ...ill'be' no Increase an ambulance to Bradford, The (Lawtey): H. C,
charge. surveys represent the first ernoon, are pictured above(left
In the 15-mlll tax levy, l Mike Pickering Named Top At UF In statement- phase of a special Commission, to rigl'it-) Mrs. Lex ,Green, vicehairman'
given to road : '
Notable additions of save his life were in vain: He died Precinct 2 [North Starke-
pew serv irogram to_ help those counties c ; L. H. Futch, chairman;
ices In the 1958-59 budget about 6 p. m. Wednesday. Patrolman Walter Coleman, Mer- Group 1, L,' D, ,Green, JUrs. L. L).
.
are Michael J. Pickering .[left! of and Dr. W. C. Thomas Sr. rick denied the which have'lagged-behind remainder Mrs. L. H. Patch, secretary-tr as-
.
$5,000 for the new City Recrea- Murphy lived in Knight's Quarters past shooting but acknowledged of : the state in'growth Green; .Group 2, Lex Green, Mrs.
Starke was presented'the Dr. president of the, Florida Medical that he )
tion Board; $3.000 for the Cham- Starke was married, and the was driving and economic urer.Mrs. Lex ,Green.
ber of Commerce and fora father of a large number of chil Stewart Thompson Memorial A- Association. between 80 and 90 miles per hour. development.The Futch reported a balanceon Precinct 3 (South'Starke):
Comprehensive; Planning, $2.000 dren. ward in recent ceremonies at the The award consists of a $50 He stated that he passed the pa- public is invited to attend hand 'of $341.66 after payment! Group '1, 'L. H. Futch, Mrs. L. H.

gram. Pro- University of Florida College of check donated each year on behalf trol car, going in the opposite the meeting: of bills in connection with the Futch; Group 2, S. J!;. Sparks,

Rotarians Hear Medicine, having been selected as of Dr. Richard D, Cumming direction. and when he observedthe recent primary. The committee .(committeewoman be- appointed -
: Of the 576609.33 in the total the outstanding student of the Ocala physician and mayor, in car turn and follow, he turned decided to delay action on obtaining ).

budget. $205,109.33 comes under Students SpeakTwo first year class for the academic honor of Dr. Thompson.. The onto the dirt road. According to Council Is Set a $5,000 bond,. as required bya Precinct 4 (Graham.): N. j,

the General Fund to be spent for year 1957-58. S selection is made by a faculty his statement, when he stopped new law, until an opinion is ODe Davis,' Mrs. C. B. Roberts.

operating the fire department members of the BHS Making the presentation are committee in the College of Medi- thecar'andhanlntothewoothheheard tained as to whether or not this I t Precinct 5 (Hampton) : U. p,
police department, street and gar- Speech Club gave interesting talks Dean George T. Harrell, center. cine. two shots. For New YearNew l law applies to committees handling i Wadsworth Mrs. G. P.' Waos-

bage department, and administrative et the Rotary Club Wednesday. l small,amounts of money, such worth. .
division of the city. George Patten described his experience I Owner of the car Menick was as the Bradford Group.G. .
Youth Precinct 6 Theressa Cleveland
Slade Named Sentenced driving is Earley'Sinclair, kin to ( ): -
Increases in funds appropriatedfor during several weeks as him. It was by tracing the owner- city officers were' sworn in P. Wadsworth of Hampton Sullivan, Mrs. Cleveland :Sul:
these departments are:' Fire a page in the House of Kepresen On of the Tuesday, night by city attorney A.: i retired as chairman of the committee -, livan. .
ship
Department from $16,823.00 last tatives in Washington, U. C. last Marijuana picked Merrick car that Merrick was J. Thomas Jr. ,as 'the old city i at this meeting, presiding-, Precinct 7 (New River): E. A,

year, to $20,020.00 in the new spring.that most He Congressmen said he is convinced are dedi- New C of C HeadT. Charge Here hid out up.when 'someone stated told that him he council'gave- way to the,new. The until the election of Mr. Kutcn.I fSaop, Mrs. E. A*. SaDP.j .
budget Police Department Council has newmember, With the election of
; from that officers only..one some new Precinct 8 (Brooker); Mrs. N.
were looking for him j .
cated
38885.00 to $44445.33; Street public servants who earn H. Slade' of the Slade Gas I for Orie A. Wiggins who defeated former members and the appointment of G. Hayes. Earl Green.
cent they make, 'and :more"and a shooting, but was finally
and Garbage from $57,925.00 to every Co. was elected president of the Duke, Delano Olson, 21 of Miami : councilman' H. Noegel Jr.
convinced
by relatives to
who give
to
6748000. Most of the increase do a good are job for sincerely.the people trying they Starke,' and Bradford CountyChamber pleaded guilty Monday to I himself up.Sellars Two others, T. C.' Hazen Jr. and Against Mighty Maroons
in these three Randal were-relected. -
Chltty
departments is for :
of and
possession marijuana was
salaries. represent. of Commerce at a meeting told The Telegraph that Taking the oath Of office along

In the Administrative division Franklin Ritch spoke on the held :Monday at i. p.m. in the sentenced to two years in ,the I after Merrick turned onto the dirt with the newly elected council Tornadoes Face Acid Test Friday
of Communist Containment, ;
policy
road the
[Office and general! the 'increase office. Carl Johns was elected state prison by Circuit Court chase led through a deep members was! Police: Chief' Riley
which he said is for the
necessary sand bed that
was from 49034.00 in 1957-58 to survival vice president, and Mrs.' JumusM. Judge George L.. Patten. almost stalled both Sweat who succeeds former chief
of the free world.
73464.00, largely accounted for The 'students were accompanied Smith was re-elected treasurer. Olson, an employee of a Miami I: cars.through Merrick's the sand car and had onto firmer gotten Ben The Holtzendorf.outgoing council- met earlY TakePKY 20-7 For 3 Straight!

by an increase of some $18,000 in L by the instructor, C. L. Overfull,, blood 'tank, was picked up Sept ground Sellars said --- -
while the ,
6:30: p.fin.., to finish businessof
the amount reserved for miscellaneous who reviewed some of the Outstanding H. E. up
21
Dayton was elected to by State road patrolman VVR. highway patrolman's car was still The Bradford Tornadoes
the fiscal year High resulting in a 7-7 dea IO'k.
% contingencies. This item I accomplishments of the succeed himself on the board ot ;. Harvey on a charge of improper struggling. It "was then that Mer- 1 P.K.' ad
I With the new council taking rolled over Yonge JSO-7: Midway the second quarter,
represents funds left over at the BHS
Speech Club during thee past
directors, and S. L. Peek Jr. was rick
end of the year, it was explained.1and : two years. passing. It was during a routine -, picking up speed, attempted; over several offices were filled Citizens ,Field in Gainesville last BHS got the break it was looking
elected member of the
as a new to
was held in reserve for possi : check of the car that Deputy turn sharply Into'a swamp including the, council chairmanship Friday night. It was Bradford's for when a nigh punt by Hobfia
board. trail and temporarily lost control I which again went to Councilman third victory in three games this got away from PKY halfback Bill
ble line work in
use on sewer connection Club Dolph Reddish found the mari
with the U. S. 301 widening Quarterback Tentative plans were' made for of his car and stalled, according; Hazen. by unanimous vote. season, two of them Keystone Home and Tom Stalliinga recovered -

project and other contin- the annual banquet to be held inovember. juana. to Sellar's report. City Attorney A. J. ,Thomas Jr. Conference.wins.. on the ?K 15. On fourth flown
gencies. Meeting Tonight \ Telling Judge Patten that he The highway patrolman said was again appointed to handlethe The tables could turn this Friday Bennie Williams bucked over from

had been smoking the narcotic for while he was .sttU struggling to legal affairs of the city, also night. however, as the Tornadoes the one yard line for Bradford's
Estimated expenditures at the A meeting of the Tornado Mrs. Hall NamedTo about 10 months, Olson said he pull through the sand, a bullet by unanimous vote. journey to Palatka to take second score. LaMee skirted

City Light & Water Plant were Quarterback Club will be held in did not need treatment as he was came crashing through the wind. George B. Flynn Sr. was reap- on their trongest-foe yet in what right end for the extra point. giving

budgeted at $371,500 as com the BHS music'building tonight Library BoardMrs. now "off the stuff. shield of his car, followed by sev pointed, as bond trustee for a will undoubtedly prove the. acid BHS a hafftime lead of 147.

pared with $326,560 in 1957-58;, (Thursday at 7:30 o'clock, according eral more. A second bullet piercec I three year term, and John A. test of the season, 'The Maroons: _Both. offenses bogged down in

Salaries in this, department remained to an announcement by Edward A. HalL. Starke B Squad Game the windshield and the others Torode "to the Zoning Board fora I will be feeling their oats after 14-7 the: third quarter, hampered *y

practically the same witha Gilbert Ooldwire. president. businesswoman and current president -I passed through the open window I five year term. win over Ocala, and a 54-6 massacre Inmbfefl And penalties. PKY recovered -

total of 77239.92 budgeted for;. This is the first meeting of the Of the local BPW Club has The Tornado "B" Squad will of his car Sellars said. I Other new business was the ap- administered to Honda Military a Tornado fumble and

1958-59. However anticipated' Increases current season and there are sev been appointed by" Gov. :Leroy The highway patrolman said hi e poval ,of the recommendation School. 'iheir only loss drove deep into Bradford territory
in supplies such as' fue I: eral important items of business Ufclbe Collins to succeed Mrs. Cora Quat- play its second game of the season ; ,
ducked, and after the shooting Mayor "W. T., Jacks n and Chief this season wasfcy one point to before two passes failed to
oil line materials, ] discussed. tlebaum as a member of the Brad- next Tuesday night at 7:30: on Gainesville
power Merrick got his car straightenedout Sweat of new police officers. Since High. click and the Blue Wave gave up
repairs gas and oil etc., and a I All Tornado fans, and especially' ford County Library Board. the home field with Lake City. again and continued down theJT offices (of the department were In spite of injuries (Tom Smith, .he'ball on Bradford's 21$.

$35.000 increase in the reserve ac- the parents of the players, are Mrs. QuatUebaum resigned uponmoving Admission will be 25 cents f I swamp road. Sellars said he emp- temporary, the motion was made halfback, and Marion; Cottle, fullback -I Early in .the final quarter -PKY

Continued onPare 61 ursed to attend the meeting. from the dtv.CharlesMounts ,students and 50 tents for adults.j. J Continued on Page 61 [Continued on Page 51'. !( definitely out, and Douglas appeared to be headed for the

Seymour, end, on the doubtful tying touchdown, driving from its

I ; S z Waldo Lad list! ) .Coach IjennardRegister says own 15 after a Bradford punt to
his boys are going to Falatka to the Tornado 42, but the rally was
win. Register said that Quarterback ,. stopped when PKY tumbled and

I s''S ". : r' Loss Of Feet Poses Few Problems Bubba .LaMee, one of the- Bradford recovered.
__ : Tornado's slickest operators, l I Once again PKY started a

__ also ,nursing a bad finger' thai; touchdown drive from its 30 after
t ;;. might slow him down -somewhat: fumWe.
Bradford
recovering a
5 Charles David Tewksbury, 13, of I{I riding his horse .
I DannyBoy.Even ,
Friday nightIn The Blue Wave raced for a first
Waldo is'a boy who doesn't My"can't. I before Charles got his; the PKY TornadO .
game down at its own 43, but a five-
"
H Last June he, had both new feet he went, swimming and halfback. Johnny Devore I yard penalty for: backfield in

\t Jf 11i. ': leet amputated, after an accident rode his horse. Hegot, ,around, on L over from tie 12 yard sppntelP, motion stalled the try.

'', IJ : with a power mower which cut his hands and 'padded knees. :-Of, r in the first period after a PKY PKY resorted to passes Which

; ., ,: and mangled his feet so badly course then he needed ,more help fumble had set up the scorin failed' to'click and BHS took over
: f that it was .necessary to remove but he even managed to saddle
; < situation. LaMee boot-legged the OJ'' the Wave's 24. On the first
both-two inches above the ankles. Danny Bey alone,,, ,on -one occasion extra point: for a 1-0. Tornado play, with ,three minutes left togo
.-'" On Sept. 18, his parents. Mr. by climbing up onthe
tlt and Mrs. C.. F. Tewkkwry. owners family lead.The Benny Williams swept left
truck.
\! '" two learns exchanged punts end and raced an the way forBradford'
.1...: ...; and operators of the Yankee Motel Both parents say that Charles with, Jim Hobbs kicking out .on final tally. The kicK

>,. .<" in, Waldo,- _took, him to St. has kept, them encouraged from PKY" 18 to set the stage for for extra point was no gooo, and

!,: Petersburg for a final ,fitting of the time of the accident by his fullback Asa RunKle'a 82-yard run the score 20-7.
artificial. ,feet That was on Thursday cheerful: detern tnaUon' that he for a Blue Wave score. Kunkle Benny Williams and Bubba La-

.'and_ by Monday he was back will manage all right, and ,by shot through an opening over left; Mee were Bradford's offensive

In school, walking upstairs alone joking about his predicament. tackle, and made a brilliant run ttandouts. while. Bobby Shannon,
d'doing all the- ,things he bad Asking. 'Charles.U it Worried' him, for PKY'ft lone touchdown. Tbkick Tom Stallinga Calvin Pace, and

Trying Out New, FeetL And Is Ready To Ride done before::the accident, even [Continued- on ,Page. S] ... for extra point wu good, [Continued en Page 5 Ji
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JIGE TWO B&ADFOKD OOUNT'l' TELEGRAPH.- STAnKE!, rr/ RniA'r.: .. '. U. .TIIttm.t1"-liCfcitft_ '_ n .__.: __ ___' rr1D.editorial _. ___\_!

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t F the above named Court and and '
f" cause suit in equity for divorce has been 1951. Charles Ost Plantiff. vs. Eliza ,
you are required to verve a copy of'' filed against you by Verble Anderson (OFFICIAL SEAL) beth Nadine; Oat Defendant
II Farms Diary your answer or pleading to the complaint in the above; named Court and Ch l en the Plaintiff's Attorney cause, ,and you are hereby -summonedordered Clerk of the Circuit Court To: Elizabeth"Xa4ine Ost. whole I
Alan C. Winter, Jr. 31J h onda'Tife'Builidng and required to file By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. residence and address it: lit "West-
Jacksonville%, Fla. and file your written" answer or defenses to 9-23:! 4t 10-16 end Avenue, Apartment No. K, New
wI ,By Sam McGirrf the original in the office of the Clerkof the '
Complaint in said cause in the York, Cit)S New York. .
0" the Circuit Court on or before the office of the undersigned Clerk of NOTICE TO IJEFKXD You are hereby notified that a suit
_.99t1 ?- try and start looking for smoke :3 day of November, 1938: ; otherwise the Circuit Court at Starke, Florida Im Circuit ('..rt. Bradford County for divorce has been filed' against
, _j..A .' "* sites. the allegations ft said Complaint will on or before the 27 day of October Florida IB Chancery.Case. j'tri in the 'above named Court and
1At be taken as confessed by you. A. D. 1S5S and to serve,a copy XI>. 1J-544;; CI'o.w.e and you are required to servea .
;meeting that should be .attended .by civic f f .1 a e This notk shall be published mice thereof on Theron A. Yawn Jr., Chispa! Easterling ilinibs Plaintiffvs. copy of your answer or pleading to
>aeTii" 't.- >%l, !; > eAchf't'k for four consecutive weeksin plaintiffs attorney, whose addressis James Edward Mitubs Defendant complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney'
,le Jm4'all 'i SfWiDe ,Every day that '
persons htereste economic goes by now we the Bradford County Telegraph. : Post Office Drawer 791, Starke. Martin J. Pearl 102 Law Exchange
der1ailment: (d rare + behd: ';tif the o lrt- ,are that much closer to ,moving Dated this 1 day of October. 1338. Florida on or before said date, as otlce T. Appear. Building, Jacksonville 2, Florida
.. (SEAL) required by the laws of Florida and and file the original in the officeof
v I ": into our new home and we area To: James Edward Mimlis, whose
1i ouse ereTueeda: .ht atr7:45c1ock., : / CHARLES A. DARBY the Florida Rules of Civil Proced residence end address is: -Unkown.You 'the Clerk of the Circuit Courtat
1 happy about it as a couple of ure. If fail to' do decree Starke Florida or before the
Clerk of the Circuit Court. you t'o. a on
hereby notified
1'lfne: : depart be n dl'covering are that a
\ 4 wjll ( i kids. It is coming along fine and By Marian L., Vnby, Deputy Clerk pro confesso will be entered againstyou suit for divorce custody and control :20th! day of October, 1958, otherwise
an' ec a a i c'1tudf'mJ' ..Area'VJU; comprising i I in ease you are interested here's 10-3 4t 10-23 for the relief demanded in the of minor child the allegations l of said Complaint will
be taken confessed
: complaint has been filed against in the as by you.
; you
; ii NUBaU_ and UniOn Couhiereport what it's like: concrete block, up XOTICK TO DKFEXD: This notice shall be published! once above named Court and cause and This nctke hall be published ones
iti'1M '
\ was prepared' 'for Florida' Hear that runner berry plants off the ground with hardwood !. Clrroit ('..rt. Bradford Ce.nty each 'week for fcur consecutive weeks you are required to serve a copy each week for four consecutive weeks
riorliU" of in the Bradford County Telegraph.
t : In TluBrery in the Bradford County Telegraph. your answe-r. or pleading to the 1
i}t>%$i c eHCQinmi8Sionly. ; : "tbe'; :first ResearchXJorporaiidii aref7 a thousand and that price floors two bedrooms 1 & baths. Pernice McMillan Andrew Plaintiff Witness my hand and the seal of complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney Dated. this-17th day of September;
rTT -'. _. folks from setting sunken garden room, sliding glass vs. Charlie L. Andrews Defendant said Court E. K. Ferryman Starke Florida !!Iii8 "
of'Miami; Similar studies hi. ebeenana "wfll keep some ,' at Starke Bradford and file the original in the ottice (OFFICIAL SEAL)
.itttade.iii I : \other; i ai *ii r the!1-state:that.nave" been them. But if they are'good plants doors, completely air conditioned To: Bernice McMillan Andrews County., A.Florida D. 1938.this:> 24 day of September of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on CHARLES A. DARBY,
winter: Residence. or before the 27 day of October, Clerk of the Circuit Court.
worth bit of it, and Unfcown.
'CSLi'ih.T.ji ; they are every summer too two fireplaces Charles A. Darby, Clerk of tbe
f econoiule: ,develo'ent: You are notified that a Petitionfor 1938; otherwise the allegations of By Durorthy W. Eiland Deputy
i; l ; when you consider the amount of one a Heatilator] car port Modification of Final Decreeof Circuit Court of Bradford County paid Complaint will be taken as Clerk.
letsartieillarly''apj, l ] rdlp iate, for ;Rradford work that goes into raising them. at rear,, utility room freezer Divorce has been filed in the Florida.CIRCUIT COCRT-SEAL confessed by you. 918| 4t lft1OTICK
1 : )
punt i1t'$' li et'" conasaic'2'eport ru will come' at t a, I.. room-and lots more. above entitled cause; and that you By: CHARLES A, ,D.\RIY Clerk ', This notice week snail ne published I I
t +, are hereby required to file objections .* once each for four consecutive \
your TQ, DKrTADIn
f 2ii 10-U
m ye' t'sooA 1 he .services Df 8 kick out of a S. I 4t weeks in the Bradford County
t .. 1en ..Kaye We always get A with the Clerk of this Circuit Court. Brndfor4 Conntr
? "
Telegraph. .
> L -ffibeir: "Hf Commerce i executivei'ho' "volunteer"" plant.-We found a cucumber Of course we'll Court and to serve a copy thereof Florid IB (''''aR',.
yfll only own a small upon the defendant or defendant's NOTICE TO DEFENDIa Dated this 24 day of September, fax* p... 123
,tj"' ;, ilt rJje ti take'p/r\/1. btfoamatiob'compjled'i bY'th'e vine growing ;down in our part of It at the beginning and attorney whose name and addressis Florida Circuit: IB Court Chancery Bradford County, 1 SEAL>38. c Annette. Goiwaert, Plantiff, vs.

'ttesearcE; tfo"rpoValion'and i ( 'make the"most"'of'It. ''woods, and guess that one of the it will take us 20 years to pay it :Gooding and Ball, 1003 Independent ,l Case \o. 12-642 ( CHARLES) A. DARr-T. Victor. :NOTICE Oouvaert.lO Defendant.APPKAR
pulp] workers had a cuke for lunch off but we have the faith that Gloria M. Murray: plaintiff, vs. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Up until now 'vi'e' have nor been in position to Life building Jacksonville. Kenneth Murray Defendant, By :Marian L. Crosby, Deputy clerk To: Victor nOU'aerwhose residence -
'' and one of the discarded seeds well be able to do it. Anyhow, it Florida' .,.. .not, later than November XOTICE TO APPEAR 925 4t 10-1C and address is : Unknown.
:capifaliie oil: su 'infprraation, even if it were But something will beat will be worth ,3.- 193Siir To: Kenneth Murray whose resi- You are hereby notified that a
sprouted. working for. -
you fail to do so, the -modification suit for divorce has been filed against
,ayajlfblfi o'us'bUt'wjth, the arrival of a trained u? to the cokes we'll bet. I requested will be granted. dence Murray and 121 address Queen is Alexander: C-o Mrs.Road.Ann >()'fJ't: OF 1\TF.\TIO\ you in the above, named Court
/p hector! io _head up our Chamber. of Commerce see AVitnesg my hand and the seal of North Shields .Xorthcumberland. TO IU: said Court at Starke, Bradford Notice Is hereby given that the serve a copy of your answer or
program) the picture wjll change. .Like our persimmons. We have TOE RIGHT POINT for the County' this 1 day of October, A. D. England.You are hereby notified that a undersigned, under the provisionsof pleading to the complaint on the
That is why it., is.sincerely hoped that the a good crop on a tree and we're way you write. Come ia and 1938.:> suit for divorce Chapter 20.952, Laws of Florida Plaintiffs Attorney Lloyd Bass 511
select (
OFFICIAL SEAL) Clark ,
: has been filed against in the Acts of 1941, will register with the Puilding Jacksonville 2, Fwi-
economic survey meeting ':here next Tuesday watching for them to turn ripe your favorite ESTERBROOKFouQiafaTPen. Charles, A. Darby.Clerk of the Cir- above named Court and you cause and Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and da. and file the original in the office
but no''doubt there's a coon or cuit Court for Florida of the Clerk of the Circuit
Bradford County
TEU' BAPIL you are required to serve copy of upon Courton
night 'will) be'well attended. Starke is' fortunatein.beinghe something down in the woods BY Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk your answer or pleading: to the com- receipt of proof of publication of or before the 27 day of October
site for the sixcounty 10.% 4t 10-23 plaint on the Plaintiff's this notice the fictitious name of 1958; otherwise the allegations ot
ofhe meeting .
waiting, too. Trouble is, the varmints -, said
Martin J. Pearl. 102 Law Exchange Templa Tavern and Cafe under Complaint will be taken ma
area, and a'eshou1d'show'appreciation by have more time than we I OTICE TO UEKKXD: I. the Clrroit Court of the Elgbthdadlesal Building, Jacksonville 2, Florida which we are engaged in business confessed by you.
Circilt Gout Bradrw4; County, << Circuit .f Floridm ...tIFor and file the original in the office of 897 North Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. This notice; shall be published. once
having a representative attendance from all: civic! groups- .women's organizations, as well as beat its to the fruit just, as it, Mattie Case A'o. 12-5S7 Case No..12443 before the General Delivery, Starke, Fin .weeks in 'the Bradford County Telegraph
McCullougli Wood Plain Verble Anderson, Plaintiff, '
ys. 27 day. of October; 1958; Dated this 171 h day of September \
'men's. ''ripens. tiff, vs. William D. Wood Defendant Jack -Anderson. Defendant. otherwise the allegations of said A. D. 1358 .Starke, Bradford Dated this 18 day of September
see l OdeOf Publication And Notice To complaint will be taken as confessed County, Florida. 193$, ,
It would be a sad t commentary on our interest KOTICB TO APPEAR Defend IB The Name Of The !State by you. .,.ts 4t .10-J ,(Court Seal})
"Sam.' come knock a 'possum in To: William D. Wood, whose resi- .of .Finds. Tot This notice shall be publishedonce Charles A. Darby, Clerk of the
and MHatiye jf 8Qme;) eighboring! county had a the head," Alice said one night duce and address, is: Unkown Jack Anderson, c-o Gene dve each week for four( consecutive NOTICE TO DEFESt Circjuit Cowt. .' '
. larger:'d egatiori iat r JJieVmeeUhg than we, the Tou are hereby notified that a suit Jones, 4400 Lois Street East Deer- weeks in the Bradford .County Tele Ia Circuit four Brlldr.rd.nt,. Hv Marian L. Crosby Deputy
this week, and then explainedthat for divorce and restoration of maiden born. Michigan: graph. Florida: IB ChanrrrrCa&e Clerk.Enjoy .
h'osl'couhty.vWe;:, do not --escpeci that, to happen, sh& found' it out by the Adme has been filed against you in You are hereby notified that a Dated this 24 day of September Xo. 12-.15 II! 4i u.n'

, '#,however for we.inow full iwell the eagerness of f reeTjr,; and that when she pokedit

our leaders for further 'economic 'development' of wun i stick it rolled over and .

i'vwar Ara nd iaiJj'Lby:/ w'ill l a ot, Jet *Ji *pvportujuty'jike opend |ts mouth as though it ,
were But that rascal was
sick.
* tins without-making thef; tillsVweVSe'infofeti :v t CAN AND FRANK CAS-
' '..:!' ; '''''{ .r.": .)tr. Vi"jurt'playing 'possum" for when summer '.fun f ',r SEROLE. Pickle relish
'ftfferea: '' Sam Iw'nt to look for it, it'was t
"'-'-.. ..c ,* in m''+'r;ltttrlyj.'' rt ,:pones ,' 1, "f". fc"isin { added to canned baked

< beans gives
,r"itv-.six l "''ces ee -: l prise. (Heat in a tasty casserole sur,
ck #
J ti {t X44 1l4-T--; ;, 1 No doubt this will come as a '. a, :king-sizeway., i. top with slit, sautlcdfranks. <

nasty: shock to Florida P & L but Coke aad this
/'TheCovernment'e drive to deport some J .O v vvnf: -:
of the :*e have retired Finnegan, our f-': t good taste go togetherdeliciously.
nation'. top" gangsters and jCtanm'anists8uffererda : .
: .
water pumpV-When'he: was in his ., s t.
severelblbwwhen.the'Suprone l ;' 'l ; 'Court give
: ; prime that pump was the best l S an i
shrew'out ctenaturalization cases *
': again ,Fr8iik 'friend the power company ever ? "

Costdlp' indo tommy ,'(TJiree-Finger)' Duchese.- had&!; for he was running'mast of .J'J., -:, "_ f .
'
the :Mime. In fact, all had toda 0
TThis.excerpt'ffpm a news article of several you e e ..
months 'ago 1s j iis 'anothef instance of a Supreme was walk by a faucet and he'd pa
I IS
.\Court de igion:that has spread f consternation'and go. to' working for'F P &'L.

'.#alIrniamong'the people of the Nation. ''In"'addiiip ssfAs ; '''''
;, : anyone can see who goes by 'n
n, to the abortive integration decision, 'w e ,our place, we're busy moving and ; aq 'r ene

have: seen others"hand' d.'dQwn l by) the high courtfreeinl it is some' job. Now we're finding Ut ;,

Caflfornla'CCotmnutiist' leaders, barring thIngs that have been lost since '" ." 7' ".. -t, .
""
the moved here almost 10 ...
enforcement slats sedition Jaws, and overturning ire years )
> ago, and the chances are they
the eontempt- -Congress conviction of r -
will get lost again'untU we move '\, .th ..Ki '! :
a witness who refused to name former Commuistd n'again I which he hope will be \\ ngSize5COKE .
'
i h : an( :
has played into the hands of,the Communists to> .' \'" ", .., .
..
-
the extent tbat the integration opinion has done. Got 'a new' doghouse for'!3l Leo*!t t" '"' 1" j. : :i'.w'''''t' r'ft;e!>;J ;ewealer;enjoy tha &q of.apicnic.rbrightathome.Just. take your pick of the recipes t

That one was made to order for those who would[ so that, when 'we move into our < \.'', given here, then shop at your grocer's for all the fixings. Of course he's featuring that big : '

... destroy our country from wjthin; by the simple, new one' he won't feel neglected \ \\'h ,picnic! favorite..King Size Coke! What a handy way to get more of '
It is a very pretty job and he ,
,process:;-"divide and conquer. c:>>:, .. the real refreshment, more of the cold crisp taste of Coca-Cola. .
should like it fine, but he is sucha ... .
-ttie'i .
tyhfle \.er'
controversy these recent decision monster he'll probably complain : >,,., King Size Coke is great for Icir$-:size thirsts, so stock up
# : lid j,atttitudes .of the ,Supreme Court may3eemComplex .it's' too small.' I
cartons of Coca-Cola in
pa big King Size
today.
l
and,, legalistic, the fundamental 1 1 !

point' \t'paue' can be stated quite simply; It i is[ We miss our cows for somehow ; ;'

thisV'Has: the Court gone An',undue distance beyond or other, the place doesn't seethe

its.t proper role asa; j judicial l b body-and effect same without tHem. But with I
fences down and
our everything
,,:. lade! itself ;legislative and .iactually
'body has .it I topsy-\urvey it is all for the best. JJ .. ..,,
t, } created law
rather than itself
confining When i we get settled in our new
: to interpreting law? home we'll get our fences in good .. y lr

In! :a, momentous and far-reaching resolution! shape :'and then get some steer : '. : : :: 'I r

ttlirt Y six; Chief Justices, of, x our> State Supreme) 'calves. te : .4

Courts'ha\'e said that the answer is Yes.
Hog butchering time is coming '
; TfeJt fi J eeedentftd report which: for reasons on and we're getting mighty ( f
best known to themselves the 111 I
metropolitan press, ., t "
hungry for some good country, : : + l
... television\ 'commentatprs, and news"magazines'' sausage. '
As soon as it turns cold,
8eemed'to! 't fia'rP.'plajsd I .'powii" rather, than kiviiTg ; -
: l R
we're going to get out in vibe '
count ; (
i full coverage and editorial expression to i't >. ? Hi!

significance, declared ,that the U. S. Supreme .

Court; 'has tended to adopt the role of'policy' a ,. e ,

maker. ; without proper,judicial restraint." \!

It',:I& interesting'to.'note; that' 'the ten State : ,.

just rs'*who drew '' the ,.
up resolution were fro nt COMBINE 2/.y
: '
widely scattered parts of 'the: U. S: -,''Maryland: j'

Newt ork,Michigan Georgia _
: :. Texas, Wisconsin, '5 ,

Minnesota Oregon, South Carolina, and Massa sw a cir .

chusetts. In addition to, them, the' resolution fit f I

'was .,p"ro 'by"'Sblte Justices from AlAbama, YOUR r z ; i

.., rfzina') Colorado, Delaware; Florida, Idaho, '! -
HAWAIIAN Kits. Combine 1 can -c an'denscd Garnish your Hawaiian riM} with pine- HAKE THE CLEAN-UP EASY With
'
'. poi ldwa Kansas) Kentucky, Louisiana" Maine' ,' *- y consomme with 1' oy: or e'apple and. .green! pepper cubes on picks, ,. paper plates, n3kits,and
cups you
,i,; ;Ili ti( lAeippiIissouri i !! l..Montana Nebraska, New marmalade, J Jj; cup', each catsup'and half tomatoes' stuffed with coHbw. can clean! up in a jiffy l and they're .._'..U50'T"L.T.pg 11,4'VO'J'6'! O UM!Ml MfOU I

Hampshire; hew Medeo.INorth' 'Camliu, .Ohio, vinegar. Marinate pork ribs in sauce, It's these little touches that make: the part -cf the fun of the picnic. Just fill 4..ea.

: Oklahoma, "SouthA 'Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, BILLS L lS: S grill; basting often with sauce. Delicious difference just' as Coke mikes a the cups Tilth Coke and you're set lor

:Washington: ( and Wyoming. with Coke. difference} too. a pleasant! .picnic. .

In tbe'strongly worded document the State

Justices said: "It is,"strange 1 indeed,' to 'Deflect. YOUR ,GROCER IS a FEATURINQ ALL THE MAKINGS !

't h4uaderat, !J ::1.Co !1l tutipjj .wh ich'proyjde? for.' a: .

' system: bfjjbhedcs: and 'hafaDoes .and. of distribution -. .-

I: ':,of,power between {national and State' governhients'brie" -'

branch or one'government _the:

f1 upHme Court' should'Attain the 'Immense* t LOANS

and,, in many respects, dominant power which i it'' (?Vt A"y fS
role u eilda. :

Mli' i h'aslong-: been an Americas boat that we.. UP.TO

have government of laws and not'of men We- _

'believe, )WalE;any''stuf( ; :recent decisions i of'the* T*/NA S4UO ROLLS Add diced whey tics.za4apcra: =9aA lislettJk lIt.mdby..sea ri f fIfcawc TKIU. Place slice ctfaBsncu tfaeegefaetwtc

; Supreme' )Court ;Lvwtn- raise at.' I least considerable"doubfas : $ to drained, flaked'tuna. Moisten rvith' talad dressin '!Coke' 1fushens; up your taste betbites, two slices of canned luncheon meat. Slice into Web, r

the that Iwast"While'wlf $600' Heap into split and buttered roils.Let I guests help them.ak2i very nouthftil more delicious,, N G wonder Coke fasten aith picks.This easy"finger food" taste so'good
|p validity, of! selves to Coke; served bias faded'plastic lmcket ,it-a Itvoriterrdi ,food.- So'treat
to the red
; with
guests sparkling Coca-Cola.fact,the cold crisp ta U of
Uie(, public* are being 1 told that ,vthe (available at your grocer's). Peopl do help themselves refreshment-=Coca-Cola,They'll appreciate your good Coke brings out the fiaver of almost dish '
Supreme ''CQurt is sacrosanct and ,that we must t, io Coke over 58 million times a dij.!:;-!a ;r" '... '' '* tsste.ia aenicz Coca-Cola>ice-cold!: ; any. you" aerye.. '

, blindly follow the new laws it is -iswriting i its ",:. 1,

'"sociological" decisions, here are our State' I IT

,JusticethemselyeSj; \ asking the !court.that seem 'Folks' Find Us. Friendly'-'

to be drunk!with its own power, 'to show judiriercr4tclem'wasgeyervol ICEd ,

'?,*_?: ".c Remember 1c.ii-I
1t',4 !rMf ,- ALFINANE U g !



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8tmSDAl", OCIOnf.B 9, 19i3: RRADFORD COmnT TJLE ..nAI'D., STARKE., _'n' ..rtnB.m__ _: _\ / ....... .. ..a
S CAU 6 LJW.AENSEY'
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October' 12 with dinner on the next Sunday afternoon/Oct. 12. regularly Sunday for past 'I J '
I' every TYTYTTTYTYTTTYTVTYTTTTTILAWTEY Mrs. John Shuford and Dave. ilies( of' the many boys as they PLAY LOT "i'
grounds and singing! in the after- Homecoming will be held at the and to Padgett
seven Jean
years '
"
I for
Mr. ,and Mrs. Everitt .Burney waited the ship. A welcome is SCHOOL SEASON OPENS
MAXVILLEBy
non. The public is cordially invited I Black Pond Baptist Church in for .attending every Sunday for of Jacksonville
spent Tuesday extended to Arthur as he enjoys .
to attend. Middleburg on the first Sunday in i the: past 4 years. We are very afternoon with Mrs.'Georgia 'Ann his n>vy leave visiting his family The' ."bscy flay Lot School sea-
Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Smith November and everyone from' the 'proud of these young people and son.'ijpeneillTuesdiay: /vrita'a 'fine
bin (X B. Nolan Sapp.
;
and: friends of the
many
com-
and children of Jacksonville visit* Manville Church is cordially invited 1 hope that many more will be able all Mn.Joyce T. Pott* attendance Mrs. Hippie, teacher

.& .&&&&.&..A&AA&.&&&w td: Saturday afternoon with Mrs. to.attend. Rev. Lester Tag- I I to set 'a goal like this to work for AAAAAAAA4AAAAAAA1.AAAAAAAMr. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs andldren I I13' lnitp. and Mrs. Oehrig. assistant, had
Hattie Nolan and' : and chi .of Jacksonville were Sunday ? We.are: very glad to report that a good lesson and
Mr Mrs. gart is the pastor of this church. t Mrs. Jack Waters carried Mrs. the children
Among the out of town guests I and Mrs: Harold guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter our sick ones in the hospitals have
D. J. Parrish and family. The Maxville Home Demonstration I[, Dorothy Waters and Mrs. Ruby Beasley were very attentive. At the con-
present at the Maxville Baptist Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards had as Club will meet at the Civic Owens to Jacksonville Thurs- and two sons, who have been sta'tioned' Wilkison. I returned home. Mrs. Bill Reddish clusion of the meeting a surprise

Church Homecoming services on her guest for three days last Club next Tuesday morning Oct. i day for a visit In Germany for. the past Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce jiadf} came home last Wednesday frcm picnic lunch was served. These

Sunday were Miss Debbie Phillips, week her mother Mrs. Laura Alt- 14 at 10 a. m. All members are 'Baldwin Loses Game'' two and one'half years are visiting as Sunday.!guests,* Mr., and Mrs'.I! the Alachua Bounty Hospital in I I illustrated lessons are helpful to
Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Phillips and his mother and step-father R. W. Sapp and daughter, and'' Gainesville, Mrs. Milton Rosier children of all
daughter man of Macclenny. On Saturday urged to attend and visitors ,are The Baldwin Indians lost their ages.CilURC11
Debbie Sue of Palatka, .Mrs. Edwards carried her to her welcome.Mrs. first game of the season with a Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Barden and Mrs. Annie- Stephens of Jackson- left the Bradi' rd'County Hospital I
Mr. 'and Mrs. Arthur Hatcher of i '
her grandmother 'Mrs. AutleBrewer. ville. / Thursday and Frank Norman OF
home GOD
in Macclenny.
Middleburg. Mr. and Mrs. Bob' Doss Higgingotham entered score of 25 to 0 with Hastings. Ware e "
Stanley and children of West Mr. and Mrs. Francis Colemanwere the Daniel Memmorial hospital afraid that the Indians were Mrs. Dan Starling Mrs. Walter came home from the Bradford Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn
visitors in Jacksonville last Mr.. and Mrs. Guy Fetch' and Wilkison. Mrs. CeeU/6obbs, and County Hospital Saturday. Al'
Palm Beach Mrs. Bill Roberson hi: Jacksonville Monday morningfor too optimistic over winning two ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday
and daughter of Jacksonville Mr. Thursday and Friday and while treatment. We hope that she previous games, and hope this family have as guests Mr. and Marvin Thompson mted' Mr. and though home from the hospitals Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPH

and Mrs. Curtis Starling of Peoria there visited with Mrs. Doss Hig- will soon be well and back with .will'build them up to work harder Mrs. O. T.. McStephenson,' Mr. Mrs. S. H. Thompson hi Lake they are still sick and need our Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m.

Mr.. and Mrs. Leslie Chilson and ginbotham at the home of Mrs. us again. next Friday night when they compete .and Mrs. Johnny Crews and Mrs. Butler Sunday afternoon.Mr. pra yers. Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. m.

family of Starke, Mrs. Lola Chil- Bob Robinson. Miscellaneous Shower with the Barrel High team. |John Moye,.. all of Jacksonville: anoV&rs.< Ollie Dobbs had There will be a Heilbronn Home LAWTCY

ton of West Palm Beach. Mr. and Rev. Maxie Wilkinson and his Mrs. Leader Harris. Mrs. Ed Wilkinson The Homecoming game at Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Cruce as guests'over the weekend their Demonstration Club meeting at Sunday School, 10 i. m. Morn-

Mrs.. Buddy Browning and Mrs. New River Quartet and other and Mrs. Earl Cannon en- which 'scheduled for Fridaynight and ,.family spent .Sunday with sonyCasey of Jacksonville, and the home of Mrs. Felix Sapp at 2 'ing Worship 11 a. m. YPB Serv-

Bud Waters and children pf Jack' singers from the New River tertained last Thursday night has been postponed until Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Carltonand Mrs:.Frank Dobbs of Raiford. p. m. Friday Oct. 10. All membersare "* Saturday. 7:30 p. m.
aonvi Ie. Church did some beautiful sing- Oct. 2 at the home of Mrs. Can- November 1!. family In Jacksonville. /Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins

We wish to extend ing at the Maxville Baptist Church non with a miscellaneous shower Anyone interested in the Adult PTA. To Meet and family of Jacksonville were urged to come and bring an meeting in our next issue.
our deepest
sympathy :to the family of Mrs. Sunday afternon. Our' own local honoring Mrs. Willie Godwin, recent Education Class which they hopeto The Planning of the Halloween X r Sunday, 'dinner guests of Mr. and interested friend with you. Hope I I Guess chats all, may God bless

Lois Carter of Doctor's Inlet who singers, Buck Wellhausen and bride. Games were played get started at Baldwin please Carnival will be the highlight of Mrs. O. J. Anders. to bring you a report on this each of you .bye now.

passed away last week leaving anew Evelyn Coleman accompanied by and prizes awarded to Ginger contact C. O. Wainwright at the the PTA meeting Tuesday/Oct Mr.,and Mrs. O. J. Phillips had

baby:.Henry Carter and Mrs. Henry Wellhausen at the piano Cannon, Gloria Godwin Linnie Baldwin School. Anyone over 21 14. at 7:30. We urge alit, wren as weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs.

Bufford .Higginbotham and Mrs. also sang three beautiful selec- Harris, Lessie Mae Wilkinson and years.. old who has completed the8th to attend. '.' Leslie Phillips and sons of. Callahan -

James Waters of Lawtey attendedthe tions.Mr. Hazel Cannon, after which the grade can take this course Mr. and Mrs. Milo Smith; and and Coleman Phillips of Mi TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

funeral cervices! in Peoria on and Mrs. Bob Stanley and .I bride opened her many useful and and receive his high school di family were Saturday quests of ami.Rev.
Saturday. Her husband' is a ne children arrived Friday from West attractive gifts.Refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell andfamily and Mrs. Earl Moses and

phew of Mr. Carter and Mrs. Higginbotham. Palm Beach to spend a week with of delicious punch semester at Neptune Beach. Renee! Moore attended the sing at

; Mrs. Stanley's mother, Mrs. Doro- and cake. were served to Violet Monday night Oct. 20th at 7 p. Mrs. Effie Miner had as guests Boatdrain Baptist Church Sunday Our Our

Mrs. ,Elizabeth Edwards: visited thy Waters, then they will leave Godwin. Juanita Parrish Ollie m. during the weekend Miss' Mary afternoon. -ill
for Mae Cannon, Mrs. Kyle Cannon Ann Motes of the of Sunday visitors at the Joseph Price
in Jacksonville Saturday with her Washington State where Mr. an October 16 and 17 5even ,University Price
daughter. Stanley'will be stationed with the Anabelle Harris Toria Higgin- members of the Southern Association Florida and Mrs. Bettie Miner and Starling home were Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs.
Ruby
Malloy and .
family. U. S. Navy. botham, Ginger Cannon, Hazel will meet at the Baldwin sons of Jacksonville. Charles Starling and family of Is I e 1 Is
Wilkinson, Shirley Wilkinson, Ray Dorman brought his Highland, and ,.Mr. and Mrs.
Our deepest sympathy goes out Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and School to evaluate it. There will sister .Right
to E. W. Dennis over the loss of children visited Saturday, with Sharon Griffis, Lucille Griffis be,four high school principals andthree Mrs. Bryant Reddish to her'home James Jason Starling of'Starke.I t Right
Hililard
his beloved.. wife last Tuesday Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family. Helen Wilkinson Leader Harris. college professors. On Friday on Monday after.she had spent and son, and
James
morning Funeral services werfield' e Jackie Lynn and Angelo'Watersof Linnie Harris Dexter McPherson, from 3 until 5 p. m. the students several days with' relatives In Hilliard and son of Jacksonville '
visited their
Mr.
parents
Gladys Copeland. Ida Lee Griffis, Jacksonville ,
in Jacksonville on Thursdayafternoon. Jacksonville spent last Friday parents and teachers will all meet
,,Mrs. Dennis was the night with their grandmother Evelyn Griffis, Florence Parrish, for the final evaluation of the Miss Elizabeth Terry was the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilliard Sun $ 1950 FORD TUDOR
Lessie Mae Wilkinson Gazelle Friday and Saturday guest of her day.Mr. ,195.00 ,
school
victim of a heart attack. Mrs. Dorothy Waters. which will determine
Sweat Joan Godwin, Elsie Mae sister Mrs., c.,*E; Strickland In and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson
whether! is Radio
The Black Creek AssociationalMeeting or not it an accredited Heater
? Mrs. D. Overdrive
J. Parrish and daughters Cannon and Rosalie Nolan. Gainesville While there she attended and daughter and Mrs. Katie ,
will be held school. We hope that all interested
on October Patty'and Rhonda and Mrs. I Padgett had I
Miss Jo Ann Parrish and Buddy as Saturday evening
15 and lo. meeting at the parents will. attend this meeting. the annual> District Meeting -
Russell 1
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C
.B. Nolan and sons Billy ,and Bradshaw of Jacksonville visited of the ;'School Food Service guests. Misses Barbara Manningand

Baptist Church on the 15th andthen Bobby were visitors in Jackson' with Mr. and Mrs; D. J. Parrish Maxville School's fourth teacher Association with Mrs. Leona Ed' | Dorothy and Annie Lee Pad- 1952 FORD PICK U P
theMaxville Baptist Church took over Monday October 6. -
villa Saturday morning gett of Lake Wales. $395.00
on the 16th with the church' and family Sunday afternoon. She is Mrs. Jo Nell Thomas of I wards and Mrs. F. S. Campbell. Olds
sereink : The Engine Good
dinner.. Patty Parrish spent last Friday Mrs. Ruby Durrance and sons Visitors during the weekend atthe Rowell Prevatts visited. in Condition
night with the C. B..Nolan R. Jacksonville and is teaching the Lake Butler with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. family : V. and Howard spent last week- ] home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
and
: Mrs. Lonnie Harris and in 'Baldwin. 4th and 5th grades. We arevery Ernest Southerland.
end in Glenville and Ludowi Starling Mrs.
Mr.'and Mrs. were Wiley Smithand
N. Cannon the'Maxville
were proud of School.
visitors in Jacksonville Mrs.Butt Waters' and childrenspent Ga. with relatives: family of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rosier and
Friday ,They have the finest teachingstaff
mot ling. Sunday with Mrs. Dorothy We are glad to see Mrs. Earl Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham. family were Sunday guests of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Waters and family and also attended Cannon up and about again after that'has ever been there and daughter of Maxville. and Mrs. Jack Mathews of Gain- $695.00 1954 FOR CUSTOM V-8
Wilkinson
School' has improved in several esville.
and son ,of Jacksonville Homecoming at the Max a recent operation in Baptist Hospital' Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox .of| Fordor One Owner
were vIDe Baptist Church.. in Jacksonville. ways. More class rooms, drinking|Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt and .
guests of Mr. and Mrs; C.'E. Wilkinson I I fountains in ,the class rooms 'an d Sunday evening family of Ocala
Sr. on Sunday and attended Mr.' and Mrs. Ernest..Wellhauseand nchildren I Mrs Sollie Solomon, Jr. and the School Board has just 'guests of Mr. and Mrs: P. L. Din their parents Mr.spent and Sunday Mrs. with Carl
of Baldwin and
the sons were visitors In Jacksonville Mrs. approLe
singing at the Maxville
ed kins.Mr.
a $1200 remodeling job Prevatt. '
Baptist Church with Mr. Wilkinson Saturday.Mr. Charlene McDaniel and childrenof and':.Mrs. Leonard Prevail sonr.oo 1954 RANCH WAGONV8
Jacksonville visited .school, which will go mostly for' were Misses Lizzie and Rosa Lee
I
on Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson Sunday In Middleburg on Sunday to
with improving the:cafeteria": were weekend guests of Miss Ann U 7J Fordomatic
Mr. and D. Radio
I C.. A. Altman of Macclenny spent Sunday in Jacksonville visit Mrs. J. Padgett see their brother-in-law Harry ,
Padgett
and The Halloween Carnival for'the and Mr. and Mrs. Everitt
visited with his sister Mrs. Elizabeth' tag with their son and daughter son. Maxville School will Taylor who was, injured recently Futch. ,.' Heater, A-1
be
Mrs. Edna Greene on Tuesday '
Mrs. Avery : automobile
Edwards Saturday, in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson n an accident.
Homecoming At Long Branch and family. Slade and Mrs. Joe Lucas visitedin ( night October 21 starting, at Mr.,and Mrs. Hubert Priest and Weekend guests of Mrs. Leona
5 p. m. and lasting until about Edwards were Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
Jacksonville Sunday with Mr ,. family had
': Jease' don't forget that Home You as Sunday'guests, Mr.andMrs. .'
are cordially invited 'to attend 9 m. Wainwright and
family
coming Audrey Bell. p. Hope everyone will turnout Edmond Allinder. Mr. of Avon
Church arthe'Long, Branch BapUst the Singing Conventionthe at O.'J,,Rafuse is out of-the boa to help .the schooL and Mrs. Ernest Williams and Park;. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
:will be son: YOUR
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next ,Sunday New River Baptist 'ChunI h Edwards and t SALES
,. pital, but Is still'under the doc and Joe Allinder of ,Lake City. L family of Gaines-

tor's.care. We do hope'he will be The.St.Clair Griffis family h dSundaydnner ville. AUTHORIZED AND
well shortly now. with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. H. Hill and Mrs. Noon

I : Mrs. Bob Robinson, Mrs. Lena D. J. Luke and family in Starke. Mot{,.lnoth r-in-Iaw of Rev. Edgar I FORD SERVICEHEADQUARTERS

HOME OWNEDHOME Joiner and Mrs- George Johnsonof Mr.; and Mrs:; Howard Norman Wilkinson former Baptist 0

Jacksonville came down to visit and family :were;Jacksonville pastor, are patients at .Bradford DEALER
with Mr. and County Hospital. ,We'wish them
Mrs. Doss
t Higginbotham -
Sunday for .
on a visit with Mr.ah'd
: 'r' last Thursday' nd' ... *.__ S1D1I = : 4 Mrs. Johnriy- '7tgair.' and a speedy recovery. .

ried Mrs Higginbotham back carSoil Comervation.N.E.W.S daughter and Mrs.. Lois Carter vtt
I 0 OPERATED Jacksonville with them, and sons. ,. tmtYln/m
she stayed with Mrs. Robinsonuntil 'Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bennett

... she entered the Daniel Memorial and family of 'the.State Farm HEILBRONN

hospital Monday. Soil Conservation Service visited the Paul Bennetts' on Sun .

;, That: : can mean, much, especially when the time comes M-Sgt. ,H. R. Kilgore arrived day., By Mrs. Harvey McCarthytAAAAAAAAAA ,i
( for : to choose : home last Thursday night from By Bill Baal + Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Crews M
Bank.
you a The who
people,
t manage Minnesota for a few weeks visit and .'''family ,were .Sunda,.. dinner A44A4A44.
the affairs of this Bank Complete soil and water conservation -
that
the service
I see you .get before taking his family to be guests of Mr rand Mrs. MarkleePadgett Howdy neighbors, well the rain
.Is nothing but,the BEST. with him at the Air Force Base farm plans were prepared *| and sOns in':;Clay Hill. came and along with it winds and (j1
for J. V. Edwards Jr. and Maj.l '
: 11 I in Duluth Minn. life:. and :Mrs. Olin Griffis of a drop of temperature.. The main f<
.. OUR MOTTO The Johnnie Master's fo William Wilson E. Kelley changed I Macclenny: visited Mn and Mrs. activity in Heilbronn over the OM .

will be at the Maxville milist farming program so a revised! | Levy Griffis David and Curtis weekend and during the first of

; "In Courts of Business Courtesy Counts"LET Church for evening services on plan has been developed to help Johns on Sunday. the week was the setting of straw TflIlE

Sunday 'October 19. The public him with his pasture program.' Mrs. D. B. Thomas and daughter berries. At least we have been fAIR{ I!
J. V. Edwards Jr. is developinghis. y
YOUR COMMUNITY BANK SERVE is Invited to come out and hear and 'Mrs. C. W. Thomas and mighty busy setting out our ;
YOU the gospel singers. farm into a beef cattle setup.J. .
plants.
son spent Friday 'tn' Jacksonville
VJ; tells me he is> sticking YOUR .111
Open Your Account With Dan Parrish. Doss Higginbotham 101 with. Mrs. Nellie McKinney. W. M. -Brotherhood -G. AyB.s ,; .
Pensacola Bahia for his permanent -
.. and Hamp Chance enjoyeda Sunday guests of Mr. and met at the'church last Thursday
fishing trip to Doctor's Inlet last pasture grass. He also is managing Louin Redding were the Herbert evening. Each organization had its

Community State.Bank of Starke Friday afternoon. his Coastal Bermuda for Reddings of Green Cove 'Springs: separate program with the following
hay. With this set-up he will be
Mrs.,
Dorothy Higginbothamand the
Horace Reddings of JacksonYffle..and officers In charge Mrs. R. I..
able to supply most of the 'feed
I Mrs. Jean Padgett were visitors : Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morgan, WMU president E. S
3% in Macclenny last Tuesday. for his'cows all year. Malor::Wilson *'
INTEREST PAID PXinglt,and son of Satsuma. Summersill. Brotherhood president
is planning to work his' farm .. .. --
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The Maxville Civic Club met =.
on Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Boyette and: and Miss Linda Gaskins. ..
Ofo G. ''
SAVINGS ... ;;:: d '
DEPOSITSAll into a beef cattle operation. ,He : : ; -
Monday night for
their
regular Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Shealeyof. A. Leader. The WMU program's : C" ""; "f .. "''
has his fields divided and fenced ": ; :
meeting and have called a special up Jacksonville devotional '""" .::: ,4- :'" "
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Deposits Insured were Sunday was given by Mrs. Tate .. : ._
Up To $10,000 By Federal Deposit meeting for Thursday night I so that he will be able'to conyltrol guests of Major and Mrs. William Crosby. Others presenting the .- ,>I '" -t .,-' .. ;.I"Wdoi"' '' ...,.

Insurance Corporation make plans for a Halloween Pan the grazing of his pastures.'1 Wilson and familJ.Danny' theme were Mrs. R. L. Morgan ...... ,"'j,.. : -".",."._.. ;".: "',;:,;.;',.,,'",' .- .".. ..
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too Is ,.
i to be held at the club for He going to use Pensacolal #" v. 'T '
soon j Tyler of Jacksonvillevisited Mrs. Jimmie Y "' -t"1' '
Lee. Mrs. #
Ernie : .
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the purpose of buying the cement Bahia. for his permanent pasture Mrs. Leroy Smith and Johns Mrs. Bill Green and Yours ; -. --,'",..".:.... ; -:..:.;...._.....-...... :;; .
I to .pour the foundation and get grass. After going over his farm family this weekend.: Truly with Mrs. Darby Gaskins :y:!.. kemx* .

r 'started on'the'' new. Civic' Club we stopped in the shade .of a tree Mr, and Mrs. David Moore of offering the closing prayer. A .

building which we', hope to have and discussed the many ways the Jacksonville were Sunday guests's'of short business meeting followedthe

built very soon now. Please, good Soil Conservation Service can helpa Mr.. and Mrs. ,Fred Moore'and, program. All ladies, men and
Z citizens. Join hi and help us all farmer in, using each acre of family young girls of the church
are
t you can to get this under way and I'his land to the ,best advantageand Steve'Starling has gone to MIami to attend the next Joint meet urged with original, exclusive, patented
to' Improve it for continued
also help with the playground.Little' where he will be employed ing and bring someone with you.

; Miss Rhonda Parrish use.The for the next few weeks. Watch this column for date and .
Jf" daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D., J. District's rotocycle mower' Sunday guests of Mr. and.Mrs. time. 1959

Parrish has been ill this past was used by Otis Leach Marklee Jack Reynolds and Mrs.. LomieMosley Other church announcements

weekend.. Moody and Mr. Salmon. Otis had were Mr.. and Mrs. Hassle are, regular services of good j

Y Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham and planned to use the mower on a Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Csuch evil preaching and singing'every Sunday t e

) Mr. Leslie Sweat visited in Baldwin l- small pasture but said It did Reynolds of Baldwin. morning and evening. Rev. I

with Mrs. Junior Goolsby. a good job he used it on other Mr. and Mrs. Brooksey Griffisof Roupp of Hampton preached Sunday -

t Birthday Party pastures too. Jacksonville' spent Saturdaywith giving inspiring sermons.:Congregational Sby
Don't be statistic The home of Mr. and Mrs.'Leslie Arthur MaRae used the Disirlct'j -' Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wilk er- singing.is led SPACE COM MAN De

( Sweat was the scene of a delightful weed! chopper to chop down son and family. chorister Russell Redding assistedby

I birthday party last Tuesday some heavy weeds on his Pen sa Mr. and Mrs. Nell Joyner 'had Mrs. R. L. Morgan. Jimmie

According to highway safety authorities, night. September 30 honoringMrs. cola Bahia pasture. as Sunday ts Mrs. J. M. Reddish Lee and little Ray Norman with

: most serious automobile accidents happen at Sweat's son, Rudy Hig ginEd W. Durban made a requestfor and ..Mr and Mrs.: Robert the talented Miss Barbara Jean REMOTE' TV TUNING

i night: Poor visibility is an important cause. botham on his 27th birthday. En a complete soil and water conservation -, Green'of Starke, and Mr. and Norman at the piano plus, four

Nowythat the days are getting shorter, joying this occasion with Rudy farm plan. His land lines' Mrs. Marvin Rosier and family of lovely, talented young singers, e,
and Mr. and Mrs. Sweat were his have been located on'aerla1'phographs toI' Evergreen. Miss Delvene Morgan
make Sure that your car's lights are functioning -' Miss Joyce '
properly Your Phillips 66 Dealer will be wife. Bonnie and daughter, Robin and a request for a soils Mr. and Mrs.. Columbus v Boxbeen of Morgan. Miss Linda Gaskins and CHANGES CHANNELS! f
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Goolsby of and capability has I visited
map Lake Butler the'Robert Miss Barbara Jean Norman.

v glad meat to in help top condition.you keep Also your, he lighting has the equip-ruses Baldwin. Miss Gloria Higginbotham made. Ed also Is Interested .in Waldrons' on Sunday.. Meeting is every Wednesday Prayer SHUTS OFF SOUND! ...c-; :'
Mrs Kirkland and Mrs..Lyle building a fish pond under the .
Mrs L. R. Green and Misses evening and choir practice
t Nand saled bam units fit every
to ,ycxfr car. Schmehls and children of Ja Conservation Reserve Program.The Brenda Martin Jeanette and Sunday afternoon at 5 p. m. You. THE DANBURY Wn,no cordi.Chang
If possibly can, to sonville and Helen and. Alene Conservation Reserve Motftl 13004 with 21* overal channels and it shun off i,
you !! try: arrange your a Geneva Green attended the Rodeo your family and friends are alWaYS 262 1
that night-driving is kept to Sweat. voluntary program.. Every farmer in Lake a'iog. sq la. rectangular pictoutd ol long omoy'ng com-
so CitY
trips a muu- Sunday welcome at any and all ser tae sea Hot"200"Space Commsroali while picture stay Hand
\ mum And the./rtf tow your eyelids get Mrs,. Ben Higginbotham and makes his own decision"on:PattiMiss Jackie Harley spent the vices. ir.ond Remote TV Tuning. Just hold tome console design in groined wol

heavy, pull over to the siae and get some Mrs. Oscar Harris were visitors In cip t1ng..The first thing to do Is.> weekend with her parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R..L. Morgan and the tiny control unit in your hand.No nut, mahogany or blond ook color.

Vest.-The life; you save may be your own! Macclenny. and last Mrs.Friday.Mr. Bud Waters. and to visit Mrs. Sapp. office managerin and Mrs.. H. C. Harley. They carried daughter Judy visited relativesIn ......................................
your County Agricultural Stabilization < her home on Sunday and White Springs Sunday after -
JEROME JOHNS OIL CO. family and Ed Waters of Jacksonville and Conservation IASC1 were guests.of Mr.and Mrs Nelscq noon. : ZENITH ANNIVERSARY [ f.

Distributor were supper guests of Mrs office. October 10 Is' the deadline .Blocker and sons Pearson Cox of the Universityof J9QQ S 95

Starke, Fla. Dorothy 'Waters and family. on to take part hi the Conservation Sunday'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Florida spent the'weekend with : VALUE PRICE ONLY *

Monday night "' Reserve program. To save time Dave Tanner and family were Mr. his parents. Mr. and -Mrs. E.. L. arrrrr..r..rr..r.r.r.r.rrrrrrsrrrrrrrJEXTRA

Mrs. Junior Goolsby'of Baldwin take along information"about and Mrs. Marvin Tucker and fam .VALUE FEATURE .
New TOUCH TUNMG
spent' Sunday afternoon'with.. her acre and yields of crops on your> fly Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mosley Cox.Weekend guests of Mr.-and Mrs. for quick channel changing .':

motherMrs,, : Leslie Sweat.and farm for the ,.past:tWo iws. and, family. Mr,and Mrs. Henry Ernie Johns were their daughter, f.

,. 1t 1' family. "- Tanner and family of Jacksonville Mrs.Lois Henson and son of Jacksonville "

Promotion was.held SundayLfld and Mr*and.lrs..EarIreaton : INKIER ELEcrRIC SERVICE
the Maxvile Baptist WANTED dean Cotton Bags and family.- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green met
'j ... ..... this occasion' there two No Pants. .Ne Sblrts. Host Be!
..... on were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and their son Arthur at his ship
.... pins awarded to Linda Waters iceBradford, (Dotmtj .Tele- family, of.Bir, : Augustine 'wereweekend.'visitora at Mayport. last week. Re- _PHONE WO 4-4084 234 N. TEMPLE AVE.yyyyyyyyyyvyyvyyyyyyvvTl .

having attended Sunday School 'CraPJ&. -, -_.- v? -+ -. ,, at, the ,home .of,I Ifreshmenti'were served.the famI -
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7HTJRSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1958'Miss
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Miss,vCampbell ,Ratty,Lawson Luncheon Honoring Y\V A Members ,.

t'V 'Weds R 'V. Prevatt I Is Honor .Guest ,Miss Patty Lawson I Name AdditionalNew


In Virginia. ., At Bridal .Shower ,The Guy Sale Ebme,on Kingsley I, ,Chairmen

Lake ,was the .setting for a de-1
,
:Miss Rachel ,Ann Campbell Miss Patty Lawson, whose Carriage I Additional chairmen :Sot the
llghtful; luncheon given Wednesday -
daughter of the late Mr. and .Mrs.Scctt fy to Neil .Crawford ,will be an noon .honoring Miss Patty I! new year were elected at .a gWf t.

Campbell of Birmingham, J vent of this Saturday, was. the ,Lawson, popular bride-elect, given ling of,the YWA of.the J>'1 t mp-

..., .... Gladys .Mooty - -- ., 4la., apd :R dClI h'Y. Prevatt, son f inspiration for) lovely miscelty Mrs.:Sale' Mrs. W JJ. Mnndy.Mrs. tist Church at a meeting on.Sept.
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of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard .Prevatt laneous shower given- Thursday .' H. A, Lawson and )Irs. Ewell 24. Those named were: Charlene
evening pf last week at the home
Junior Club Elementary PTA cf Lawtey" .were united" in .mar- f of Mrs. N. S.' Dankel on W. MadT.Lawson.. veiy arrangements ,of mixed Dennis, corresponding secretary; ;

lj olds l ,Meeting Makes Final Plans riage 'on August. 23 in Trinity r Yd = ison street. Hostesses for the affair flowers], were used! to .advantage Patsy Nichols, program chairman,;
Baptist Church.. Arlington I
Monday Evening For Carnival The double- ring ,ceremony-, was Va. d Y were' Mrs. 'Dankel;: Mrs. L. M. in decqrating the Sale :home \or Charlene Hardy, parliamentarian;

performed by Rev. Jchn K. Harris.- rr= i ,9' Stokes, Mrs. Freeman Register, the occasion. The !buftet: table! and Brenda.Lewis and Pat Anderson -

.Junior ,Woman's. Club president The'bride's full Jr., Mrs. 'J. W.. Furlong, Mrs. was< overlaid. with a 'red linen historians.
Final plans for the Halloween length portrait Adolph Gay, Mrs. R. O. Dansby, Mrs. M. D. Elder, director, ,
held
,'l Morgan appointed 1 cloth .and a center arrangement explained
Mlss\ ctty .a .
'gown
Carnival Oct. 31 wedding was made, of imported a : '
on were announced
Mrs. P. T.: Nolan Mrs. T. C. Haz- interspersed i that the YWA
ia
committee of three members, at I-. of mixed.. cplorful fruit not
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the Jtfcnday night meeting held at a .meeting ,of the Starke Her Chantilly lace;- and silk taf en, Jr., Mrs. F. G. Hutchinson, with pompoms. The strictly a Baptist organization and
feta. fingertip
In"the Woman's to Elementary School ,PTA in the veil was attached .VIrs. J. F. Jaudc Mrs. H. G. guests were seated at card tables that. members of other churches
Club prepare 'to crown '
a history' of the organization. ACfiEyjJf cafetoiium Tuesday "night.: Anyone a of ed-pearls' r a1 Bellinger, Mrs Dave Paulk. Mrs. if.t up in the Florida room. The I ere welcome. Plans for a memjbership -
and her ', white' f I
ihe.fcistory be having any suggestions for 'bouquet of : rcSeb L. G. Powell, Mrs. Sarah Hunter, tables were covered with white !, drive were discussed, .and

the State; archives will..1 at; placedin State the carnival may contact Mrs. chids.ds was centered .with white or. % : Mrs. 'Matt Morgan, ''Mrs; W., E. I linen< -cloths and 'centered with lall'flowers t parts assigned for the October
Noina Thompson, finance and
in Lakeland. ( Lawson Mrs. L. A. Canova, and in bud vases. meeting.
Headauarters 'The ..brlde's sister
carnival chairman. Mrs. Robert I
Mrs.Jerry Gay. '
Other'businessincluded : The hostesses presented the
accept The has W. Owens of Washington, A;). ,C.,
membership drive been The
ance of the budget for the year, Dankel home was lovely honoree' with .a piece of linen as Wesleyan Guild
was matron of honor, while
,extended .Oct.
through Tuesday, for the occasion with artistic -
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and members received the new arrangements a memento of the occasion.
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14. All parents and teachers of bridesmaids w'ere Mis Letha Bell Plans Study Course
dear bopks.i cf yellow chrysanthemums Twenty-five e guests enjoyed this! ..
Starke Elementary, who'"have not Prevatt ,cf :Lawtey, sister -of the gladioli and Fall leaves [ affair.
Mrs. James Bloodworth was appointed yet become members and wish to groqml: and! Mss; ,Elizabeth ,Peen' -., a era :,fl placed at delightful Wesleyan Service Guilds, Unit

corresponding secretary to ,do to Mrs. Smerker of Harrisburg, Pa. All,of '-'.' ,. .. '... . . vantage'points throughout 1 and 2, will hold a joint study
so are urged ,contact the partY' rooms. Centering I
Replace tM y..J+..C.JttnsQn Jr.;; wjioijs the bride's St course meeting: and at the
moving to Orlando and Vernon Silcox or the child's teacher atteDflap.ts.wpre. fgrmallength'gowps and 'usher; $ were Glen R. Smith After a reception'' at ,the Hotel]I the dining room table was a brideMr .1 Mark's Auxiliary, supper
new before that !in'pastel, ,cplors',andmatching of Akron.. ''Ohio Delma Methodist educational building beginning
date. and Lee George Mason;in Alexandria .|doll with yellow pompoms arranged Woman's
Committee, Conservation of Natjural St.Mark's Auxiliary
hats : at 6:30: o'clock :Tuesday
Reouces. formed with School Superintendent. H. P. : Their ..bouquets of. FredericksbUrg, 'Va.: .and Mrs. Prevatt left for a wedding around the base. Balancing
was held l covered dish luncheonmeeting evening.
a
Mrs. Ronald Griffis ,chairman. Morgan gave a short talk on the :were old-fashioned nosegays. : ,of. 'The bride was given in mar- trip .10 ,New. England, and. the arrangement were crystal
: as *" :Mrs. Lonnie Futch will ,
teach
to'be ccunty school building and repair mixed; jflowers. : rlage'by' Her< >th "r.inlaw, :Robert .Canada. ; :in ,the Parish. House .on .

Plans.jQr'Saturday drawing Dec 13, w bre'dis.heldn program, and architect's; -sketchesof 'J each.m sJE.Calif: : ,Cj tiara. ; ,of' ..Long W. Owens. Washington- D.': They ,will make their .home whitn I rn Monday. .Oct. 6. The ,business of the North course American on "Christian Neighbors.Concerns''

the proposed high audi .. .. served as best man: C. Arlington. Va. arrangement of : was over by the S
qussed. It.was: agreed that tickets school: ._ yellow pompoms, meeting presided jHostesses for the ,meeting ;will
yill be 59 Cents;; and will go on sale torium and new elementary.school Miss 'DuRre I or. colored grapes- and. other fruit president, Mrs. W. H. Graham be Mrs. Henry Godwin," blrs.KUttth
Nancy !Dr. And Mrs. )Barry Jackie Arnold : .
in southeast Starke were against a reflector. 'Thepunch
Ihown. : large .
after Nov. 4, -with Club .members ** ** : : Hostesses were Mrs. T. G. Ritea Johns and. Mrs. ,Gertrude. Ho fmeister .
Dandling sales. The prize will ,be The business meeting was pre- .ComplimentedAt Are Entertained l .Qbseryes Birthday 'table was overlaid' with and Mrs. David Cottle. -
a service. ceded by ,a covered: : dish super.Mrs. : : ; lovely lace cloth and centered r
fixeyJiece! silver Lovely Tea .
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After the business meeting a Sistrunk's first grade won Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Barry were 'With Bop Party; with' an arrangement of yellow '
the room count with the most blossoms flanked by single candle ;
parents honored at delightful barbecue
a
-Miss .
program on Music Nancy DuPre
Theory was present at the meeting. popularbridee ; ; Jackie .Arnold celebrated her holers with' white ,tapers. .Silver
presented by Miss Louise Stern e was the chickep .diinirer',pauy Thursday '
inspiration
I eleventh 'bii> auniversa'Saturday r9
itiday
with seven "of her pupils pa ic1- for abeantiful; '.tea given+Wednes netening'- pf last week. given by \ : and crystal trays 'and compotes'held ,- -

pating.?, Spaghetti Supper day'afternoon, Oct. 1, 'frog .::30to' I M rs. ,Maxie_ Career, 'jr., Mrs., W. at:evening. when she entertained dainty cakes, mints and nuts. .- '
a barbecue\ 'supperand Greeting guests at the door was \ l'. ,
Jr.
Refreshments 5:30-o'clbck Oegel, and Mrs. Stanley '
were served in thsjunrocm e at the N -
For SS ,Churc L I
TeachersThe from .
six to nine
party
bop
Mrs. Nolin, and standing in the .
Noeg'el.at the home of the latter .
street .
whJcU'was home
,decorated in of Mrs W. B.; Mqndy.Hostesses' ; on 'o'clock'at. Edwards Hall.. receiving line were Mrs. Danker -
a Halloween theme. .Hostess wasMrs. members'of the Methodist for the affairwere JOngsley Lake.

) John Torode' assisted by Mrs. :Board of Commlssipn and all Sunday .Mundy. ., Mrs. C. E. Johns., 'Mrs.,Mrs.E. The dinner was served on the The hall Wiu was"colored'decorated for'theoccasion paper the honoree, Mrs." 'Jj; T. Lawson,- Atlantic Service i Siation
p mother of
'the
linnard :Register, Mrs. Kenneth School teachers and workers F. Miles,i'-and/Mrs.. Guy' Sale. front,.porch )where an "arrangement'of streamers 'and balloons The' '25 bride-to-be, and
Mrs. Lonnie
of
'CrawfOrd mother
Qrider, Mrs. Harry Elrod Mrs. enjoyed'a spaghetti supper in the Gracing pointS'' 'of t interest L pink''gladiol centered young guests enjoyed.i i barbecuesupper ,

Ronald; Kokomoor" .and Mrs. Dolph Fellowship Hall Wedaesjlay evening throughout ,the-home'.for: the :oc: the buffet .table. Following' a 'de- :and dancing. during a the the bndegroonvtobe.Miss UNDER NEW 'MANAGEMENTCourteous' :
Reddish: preceding the casion" licious'dinner-Mr. arid; Lawson was presented witha
regular monthly were beautiful. 'arrang tMrs.-Fred party hours.
silver vegetable dish from her
meeting. / ments of yellow Snell :showed slides of ,theirtrip ,
gladioli, Fugii l ,
Mr. and Joe
weassisted
firs: Arnolfl re hostesses as
j a memento of the .,
mums and pom nis The to Germany., .
.
1 tea i in serving by Mrs: .S. E. occasiAppro1mately'.
table in the dining ,room was: Thirty;four guests enjoyed; "this Simmons and Mrs. Mack Futch. Service
ere"now l lovely --with an imported linen n l lovely affair.First 200 guests were .
' WonderfulPHIliCO' invited to call between 'the'ap-
., j cutwork cloth,'and centered with
| .et a ft yellow's 'tin 'covered "basket t, Baptist WMS ;3irthday Parties pointed< hours, 7:30: to 9 o'clock. 332 ,N. Temple Ave. .Highway ,301' '

holding a low arrangement .of gel For Young Honorees GrawfordLawsonWedding
Installs Officers f PHONE: WO 9-J321
loa w roses and'yellow and .white ; ,

{ 1 I chrysanthemums. Hanging, from At Luncheon Meeting Mrs O. L. Haynes ,Jr. entertained i Plans ,

the "nandle of the basket were at a lovely birthday party Atondjay I

white wedding belts,Balancing. the The WMS of the First Baptist afternoon .for ,her daughter, daughter Miss Patricia of Mr and Sue Mrs.Lawson,, ..
.- arrangement here four single Anne, who was celebrating.. her : James Open Every Day 6:30 to JO PM I
Church held its regular luncheon, 'third vers "- Lawson,!will become the bride of ,
silver! candle holders .an rY.
with( ,burningwhite business and program 'meeting at The N.Crawford, son of 'Mr. and WA.
circus theme
tapers. Silver coffee, services the church on TUesday Sept. 7, a was attrac-- Mrs. Lonnie L. 'on NEXT WEE: 'S
i carried: out Crawford, Sr., AD FOR
were I .lively in ,tdecorationandthe'23 qe rt
a a tableland placed.'- at5,each- ,end'. .of.the. 12 o'clock. Following: the'luncheon/ f youngstewere ;pat rs.Y Satutday'evening Oct. -11, at 7:30:: "
silver trays and compotes Mrs. Paul Raymond, first vice
o'clockat the Madison Street '
: held. dainty, sandwiches president; conducted a short tarsi : given Mrs.clown .favors.Haynes 'Baptist. Church with 'Rev. J. 'H BIG SPECIALYOUR .
Assisting were
.. .caCRNASIOR1HYPhilco mints and nuts:
.. ness meeting during which the
r. .6,4Ti 'The buffet' '. )rrs. O. L. Haynes Sr., Mrs. Merrill -' Mabry Jr., officiating. .
Jn the dining: room society voted to 'sead'a' donationfor
,was centered truth, and Mrs. J. K. Wa in- A reception' 'will immediately I
with
,filled a silver .e pergne use\of the International Student wright.. follow the wedding hi the Sunday BUSINESS WILL APPRECIATED D
with 'a fruit' arrangement t .
,
;
Retreat. 'Mrs. L. D. Haines school 'building. k
|
!This interspersed was flanked with yellow: by"two jDompoms.silver announced. plans fora missionstudy. Twins...,. I Sandra and Billy Mu. g., .. No invitations are being issued, GOOD CREDIT ACCEPTED, ... ,k kI
.. gins, 'celebrated theirR seventhbirthday but all friends and relatives of
candelabra
holding burning white ''
:
tapers.:.- d H' Mrs. Garl Mathews gave the devotional last Friday. afternoon the Touplerare invited urattend., : 'h
and Mrs. L. G.; Powell 1 at a i lawn ,party.:
i # Greeting guests at the door was presented d the program, on 'beginning The refreshment .table .set up

; Mrs. Guy Sale. Standing .in the _the new church. year in the yard was overlaid with a 1 't'r I
Deceiving ,, ..
line were Mrs. Mundy, -
% The following | birthday cloth with matching
.: a Miss DuPre: Mrs. J.. H. *Dult e. officers assumed napkins and centered wifll the THE LOCAL{ JAYCEES IN
mother their ,duties for ,the ,new year; I COOPERATION
"' of 6theybrideleCt.MrF. J. Mrs.. J./E. Hildebran, president; traditional birthday l cake. line 20 -_ ,
E. McIntyre of Jacksonville. little! guests enjoyed games ,during '' :
Mrs.
Paul
Raymond, first
other ofthe; "brideUaon -ete t, president; Mrs. F. ;B. Beard, .second vice the party hours' and were 'WITH 1 i Til H E JUNIOR I WOM
Mrs C.' E. Johns ;
; and Mrs. E. .F.Miles. ., vice president, ; Mrs: F. J.Shaw given favors of hats balloons and N'S'ClUO'I

,'secretary;'Mrs. L, F. Dinkins ; cups of candy. I
Presiding at the coffee services Assistin Mrs.
treasurer; Mrs. M. ,D. Elder, George Huggmswas i
at 'half hour intervals 'were' Mrs. : Mrs. J. R. and
Wainwright
Mrs. I
J: A,.Griff in,-Mrs. O. L.,Beasley.., GA's YWA;;Mrs. .Lavern J. E. Outlaw Hardy,, Junior Intermediate I Mrs. John Torode. ARE .SPONSORINGThe

Mrs. H-iSlade.; Sr. and Mrs.J. '
GA's: Mrs. .M. Ii.Shep- r ?
tt W. Kincaid. 'AsSisting in serving pard.Sunbeams.i
and caring for the guests 'wereMrs. World
..C. H. ,Nasworthy, .Mrs.'E.' L. Chairman of Circles -include: Famous

1 a Matthews, Mrs. -R, P. McLendon Mrs...Garl Mathews, Mrs. F. B. ..
I 1 1 Mrs A. R. Norman Mrs. Jerome' BeardMrs.. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. Guy s

I Johns :Jitrs. [Doyle Conner, :Mr Sale;.Mrs. ,C. A. Knight and Mrs. .' 1

_' PHIlCO CLV:S.'Newcomb, Mrs. E..D..-Tenly, LG..PoweU. Other chairmen are: \. .

I Mcs. T. T. Long; Mrs. Foster Shi t Community' MissionsMr's. M. F. D I' C"t'' : 'Co'u'o"STARKE

I Smith Mrs. Carl Sapp. Mrs. F. cJ. Hazen; ,Mission Study Mrs. L., D. ,8. e 'I rnegie

... ...... \ '! ... Hutchinson.and Mrs: J. P. Sapp. Haines; Stewardship, Mrs.. H. IBmwtrlee .. announces The Bradford County Hospital "
-- the
"' '*' The 'hostesses presented the : .Prayer, Mrs. R. B. Alvarez following births::
I TV TODAY. FROM THE WORLD OF TOMORROW! honoree wart A cup and saucer ; ; Publicity, Mrs. James Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Duncan ot

from her .chosen pattern'' ; Literature Mrs. Jesse* New Starke, a son,.Robert Wayne, 0 ct. .
I So exciting, different fresh it's china I "
so so 1965 TV you some 16. JN AND
Mrs.Garl
Social
; Mathews
VICINITY
as a memento the ,
I can own and enjoy now! You'll want Predicts TV for its Among the 200 ,guests occasion calling: and Mrs. Jesse" Newsome; Children. I. Mr. and Mrs.. Benedict Finzer; ol .

J yearVahead performance, styling and beauty. See It here between'the appointed hours were ., Home, Mrs. E. F., -Flume; .' Starke a daughter, Mary- Anne,

f 1 enjoy.it How Philco Predkta. It costs no,more: i.,. the following from out of Margaret Fund Mrs. W. B. Alex- Oct.7. .
town
than ordinary TV. Mrs. ,W :'UnderSunshine.Mrs.; Eva Ande : .1 t '
A.
; Pertain Mrs. Walter You
'
for1OPt
Watson :Mt$.: Charles S wyer. fon; Communion Mrs. A. E.-Nor-- Circle Four. WSCS : are rdially invited to attend

New "Full Dress" Console Mrs. Grady McDaniel/Mrs. 'E: A. matt Mrs. J. P. Dill; ,Registrar Y I

!I K opp, :Mrs. .J. H. Adams, .Mr s. I Irs.; T. B. Harding; Flowers, Mrs. Circle.4of- ,the First, Methodist
1 I />\ 5 PHILCO Pr. leU 4651. Even the back is C..M. 'Donohoe, and :-Miss'Sandra E.. F. Miles; Parliamentarian Mrs. WSCS v.illmeet.in the recreationbuilding -

i I J-tt J- finished in this new kind of"full dress"TV. Chambers,'all of Jacksonville:Mrs.: J. A.Griffin. .!on Tuesday,.Oct. .14,a t8; ,HOUSEIN E MS Oil. 14 7:30 P.M.STARKE

j j I Deluxe wood cabinet. Swivels i cl arI C.J. Harrington :'Palatka, Mrs. p"m. Hostesses will be Mrs. J. .E. : .

I around. Wrap-Around Sound. 21* (overall Fred Guy Mrs. Fletcher Burnett, Social Club >Ekard.and.Mrs.Lola. ,Garbett.-

and J.frs.1.amar Johnson of Ga 1 1.tville TH E)
i diagonal
\ measurement picture. Meeting, Is Held -- -- LIONS DEN

---A, ... .... Ij Miss Alice-Jones and -Mrs -
( Roy Ward.olfLalteCity.andH Mrs. The Starke Social Club met Oct.; : '
.
t Only Phllco Predict TV Gives You: V ,. C. Wall of St. Augustine. 2 at the Presbyterian Assembly! '
i .rsarzro. Attend_t ; Tfcii. Open louse. And' Find Out If The ,Dale CarnegieNo
Hall
-with 16
members .
l New SF (semi-flat:: ) picture tube -tochea slimmer than: : presentJames STARKE 4LA: I

I any other, 14_ .1 1e r* Plan Starke 4..H, Girl ;. .the Watson,business, presideD meeting:,,'after conducted r 7" -r !f J:0JU"Ae: J5 For: \.You! ] < Obligation." "

New contoured Predkta chassis !hags! die tube. \ ActivitiesPlans which games were..enjoyed.Refreshmenti .Fri., Sat. .-,Oct. 10-H

most space-saving chassis cur designed. fAt for entering the judging were served by ,DQUBLE FEATURE t .

a a touch the,new Pop-op Tuner pops- up r and lights contest ,at .Florida.-State _Fair in Mrs.- H M.: Clark- *. Mrs., Charles Last. Of The Badmen The Dale Carnegie Coqrse is 3" program that

up, to_make channel. selection easier than ever.-. v Tallahassee and exhibits, for the Tjirney, 24l!iss Amy Cobura, .and- With George Montgomery will help you develop. .I(.{additional_ .,. l poise and
*
Bradford *
CO 1ty'Fair y h *
were discussed [ Mrs. .Carrie Ward.. AND self confidence. -
I 9 Glorious 3-Speaker Wrap Around Sound .. no matter '. at .the ,4-H ,Senior Girlsmeeting ..BOwerY'Battalion I .

where you'sit, sound surrounds. you! .. here.:. Monday. UDC' Leo' I You will learn tp bundle people even ..better .
New Meeting! Held Ctarcry and tile Bowery Boys 4'
I members inducted
at :this
than
rt \t meeting Plus New Serial P1ap.1 and. Car- you do now Jby using good human relations
-Elaine
I were Gilhooly,
The W. T. Weeks Chapter'upct town for Children rules.
t f DELUXE TV CONSOLE Bobby Faye Smith, and' Suzi ,Wjednesday, Oct. 1, at the -_ -
I
I l Broadway. home of Mrs. L. G. Powell with SUN., MON.,"'TUES.a You "
will
The..new president. Linda Cox. the'president, Mrs Mattie G JOct., 12, 13, 14 stand before groups and enjoy'speaking in public. .\,

gavea talk: ,on safety in the homein gan, presiding. Mrs.' E. K., P rDOUBLE -FEATURELooking' .

f v Let Your Old TV Make observance of National Fire Fyman_ historian.presented a propram For Danger And finally, you: will learn to remember\ names\ and faces more
s le The Down ,Payment Safety Week. on 'Jefferson DaVis' visit in II quickly and easily. '
At the.close of the meeting, refreshments Canada following the l."iviI'War.. Huntz Han and the Bowery Boys||

> ,were, served by Suzanne freshmenta Al d _
\ -w re served .dunng
PHILCO Speaker 4842.Wrap-Around Features exclusive Sound, Judd.. the social, hour by the hostesses, THE- PAGANSPierre 'The Dale Carnegj ie Course has helped over 650,000 people to fur-

1 Swivel Base,'Top,Front Tuning. }Ir&! Powell and Mrs..Gahagan.Beta Cressoy and Helene' ReIDyPlIB ther develop t here qualities. If you have\ ji .sincere desire: .to tttt-.

; Deluxe'Ph11co chassis. 2-position Little Women Color' Cartoon ,P.ro.e: *Wf one pr J all of. these qualities,:you are cordially invited

I electronic: range switch. UHF- To Meet Monday Sigma Phi .- to attend our,Open Hou .
'; "u0 VHF antenna. 21" (overalldiagonal Wed., 'Ihur. ,Oct. 15, 16 .

.t measurement) picture. -- ;The Little Women's Club Ww .The .Beta Sigma Phi >sororityvffl DOUBLE FEATURE For pe sonal interview contact Edward Carr by phone .af'
meet Monday 'night, Oct. Is at I
meet. 'Monday'evening.. Oct. THUNDER ROADGene > \
7130. .o'clock ,in 'the club House i WO 44601PALE :I. .
:Miss Martha Dayton program l3i; at $ o'clock aj .ttie ,home, ,of Barryeely Smith .

Ii Dealer chairman, will use as'her subject, Mri- Vic Frees, 809. .W., .Cypress. I .f: ANDSEAfWIFE' .. i

"Dating." :Hostesses ,will 'toe St-with ilrs, .. Curt Maione as, co= .x' .

310 E. Call. St. \ Starke, Fb. Hisses'Jeaa and Mary Vugger.1.Jll4 1 hostess. Rushees are asked.to ar- Joan (Collins; >andPichar Barton .CARNEGIE ,COURSES PRESENTED BY FLORIDA ,INSTITUTE \\

Era jjatea,. ;Sira.o.sbam> .; rive aVI:30-Q'c1ocL; '.. ,Plus Cartoon .,' ...
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S.DetIm! k.\'M.Monday. ,1i'. rr,4arkt T. f ''
t Hobbetpf t? FSU willthisyeekend 1. I'srtTfiifiit

ben bogie 1 tq.;attend TEi iLLEGARr ;

iJ fie,1' eor&i ;,flame, ati 1 she # i r TestimonyIs wiw I

G.tw-, 1... aturd@y,*veningA :, _
THI NEWS J j ,. .t Thocia. ':Jri isardelegate = r !4itW i
In ConflictContinued
schedule :,lQn!attend tale >Oovyzm 1958
Ford
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.'V- ..,. I "'- .,.... .. .. I I. or ,Conference/pri} Aging(jta4. beheld
--- =. ::; slhasseeIQgt. _:16"lJ. from Page 11 Pickup
Mrs John
Griffin of Ochlock-
Mrs. A. G. Yongue of Fairfield Pj pblemsnthe.*tate,:$.senior,citi f I
nee; Ga. is spending two weeks and Mr. and :. the faculty 'of the Uni\'efsity
Mrs. Mack .10 on
Yongue zeuI. 6tu4ie3 .
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,eincludHlg:
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with. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.F. and family of Ocala were Sunday health 1 hQUS1n<<,. ; ocial16eryJceE; cf Florida, testified! that 4 blood V-8 Engine,

Stump. dinner guests of Mr; and Mrs J. recreation ,and, j job,,-opt. ., specimens taken from rtffis.s Rear Bumper,
/
Miss Lillian Stump is visitingMr G. Caldwell. amRFShaw 3 a.. uAh -3 car ,were in such poor' condition Red
pleQfto.pf
,,tnd Mrs. R. T. Fowler, in Cocoa Miss I ; that little could determined List
Merry Winkler of Jackson i p.a/Q! llmma Rho odrl tQ.ffafF; it bft< . this week. Miss Stump! and Miss was home for the weekend. ati 3e. .,UniYersitj: >fi Georgia; fromthem.. He reported, however,
: [ }
Mrs. Fowler will spend the weekend : ; Price Close-out of
Miss Martha Ann Winkler ofJacksonvil1e Athens. 'j that samples, taken from 'a'small
in Nassau. ii )f' .ila G w"
was home I ooam en the seat cover on the
Saturday. i ;Martha VanLandingham, 4 $2220 I Truck: Stock
Mrs Riley Wasdin returned Mr. and right side of the
front
Mrs. Garl hand seat
Mathews returned grjwadt; of M3 lraac
home Saturday from fit., Vincent'sHospital ? .beGtlglected 3 '
Sunday frcm.a month's tnaurexl41i 'CJa5a. t and dried cot} removed from the .
pPlp; .
where she underwent surgery vacation in Ottumwa i jase.-qf the same seat were human
and Bloomfield at..1'M Berry ,c thpy Momt
two weeks ago. Ia. visiting friends and rela- Beery Gsr.schools; Mount i, :;t 't- "4:"'" "':' i blood:Due to, the poor condition, See The New 1959
Mr, and Mrs J. E. Wall Jr. Nd1o lives. : .$is3 3.Vivian Garcia, a studentYOU'RE oman Of The Year1 ft__ .. e not determine the "blood

spent visiting the her weekend father in L.Boca O..Hoffman Grande Carnegie i I at the;iJgY111g.BAhe1'id; o/i..:4t P'R1I E \ ;.'.. > Ti" grouping"P said.of these, samples. Dr.cllard .-I FORD CARS AND TRUCKS

? Wl1t
'J
who : t"r
has been ill. House Starke. Liens Den Toes., a 4.J4rJ' $ C 1M' 1iflfl.At9YiIt The toxocologist said there was ,
: e1J4'a iRrt-a" p Rr gOOJ I
Mr. and Mrs. Shi Smith and Oct. 14.7:0 p.,m. No obligation B1aftdiB p-.w... ...... ; __. r considerable blood) ,stains .on the In Our Show Room' Friday October 17
Bob Smith spent Wednesday ,to n. 4. rs --- --- ............ ..... ... I.... .....u.._ .' u. AAUllUI ,
'M1ts Hilma Tanner floor Jn _the rear, cf the, but
Friday in Melbourne with\ Mr. and ; underwent i: INVITED Open House, was not the friendly manner ly leader of the Lottie Moon Circle car
that this
an tested negative human
emergency appendectomy' In as to -
Mrs. M. R. Baggett. Dale Carnegie Course.. Sponsored and nappy disposition: of Mrs. J. WAIU.

Bradford >County Hospital on by.,Jaycees and JuniorPoman's She ,has served two previous blood. J '_ _ ., _
Mrs. L. D. Oreen was in'Talla Wednesday last:-week., Club. Starke Lions p. Doyle that won her the 1S5S: as beautification chairmanof He said that stains en several -- --,-.r' -. .. .. ',
Tues. -
Den: years -- -
hassee last Thursday to Sunday'isi't ,Mr. and Mrs Elton Smith designation of \oman of the articles taken from Griffis's car .
were if. 7:30 p. IlL. the Garden Club and/'is hold :
g Mr and Mrs.. Willard Pass in'Lake:Butler Sunday afternoon Year, but it must certainly help that including a swinging, blade ,an 'STARKElEcOMPANY'WILL '
Mr: and Mrs. E. W. Hayes were jig, chairmanship. again this
and family yI51t1n Jlrl and Mrs+,Joe Jordan visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Deas i 31,her ,.civic, ,and religious worn y ears-: .. .AI .Q.a member .ot ..theCuny axe-and; a knife ,werenot caused I
COME find out how Dale Carnegie Jimmy Reddish leaves today for which was the basis for the selection Beautification by human blood. ; J ;
and rCommittee
family) in J ke.,City last Friday ,
Coarse can help you. Open Daytona Beach where he will be evening Mildred Doyle was chosen she has helped that committee da Griffis had told officers that OPENITS PLANT OCT. 15TH

House Starke Lions Den Tues., an usher -'at the ,wedding o/ BillSeaborne Mrs. A. Z. Adkins is visiting'her for this honor Jby; the Business much towar the, attractiveness of bloodstains iri'the back of the ,
Oct. 14,73O' p. m. No obligation. ,and Miss Margaret and Professional Women of,' Bradford highways. car were from an animal that he FORe
son. A. Z. Adkins,, Jr. in Gainesville curt .
Mrs Henrietta Hunt was "visiting huger on Saturday, evening. a few days this :W k"whUe County for her work in coun- ,Apparently she finds\ 'time t 0 had butchered recently and trans-

her. son and daughter-in-law] ,Mrs.J. M. Edwards and dough Mrs. Adkins Jr. and children ty and city .organizations sev- do even more for she also is an period in his car. He said the
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hunt;; in ters spent the weekend' with, Mr.< in South Carolina. are era!. years. 'i'e announcement active member of the BradfordCounty human blood stains on the front SUGAR CURING
Bonifay last Thursday to Sunday.ra. and Mrs. J., M..High in Jacksonville will be made at the annual Bf W Hospital'.Auxiliary. seat could have come from a', le

C, D. Williams of Starke .: Sgt. ,and.Mrs., Donald Harden- dinner tt tonight at the Trail! .Restaurant These, ciVic works, are 'in addjtion injury he sustained shortly before .. .... :,
and Mrs. D. J. Clark of Tampa .Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Davis, Jr. brook and!1 sons left, Saturday} icon \ to_ running a home and moving to Starke from Alachua : AND "

were'in Ocala last Saturday visitIng and children Jacksonville were Fort Campbell Ky. aiter'spendipg Mildred .is a native of Bradford works with her husband in their County.Dr .

Mr..Wand Mrs Billy Clark. Mr s. Sunday visitors of Mr/ and .Mr s. the past month a>ttti her mother,. County and has lived; gone to dry cleaning establishment. 'Doyle ; Pollard said that fingernail''

Clark who had been visiting Mrs. W. M. Davis. Mrs. ,"NeJson. Green and famby.! school and- worked in the countyall the Cleaner. scrapings taken from Griffis after SMOKE

Williams and Mis. L. D. Green Mrs.,J. E. Hildebran is a medical l" Mrs. pajrie. hitch returnedhome her life, except' for a few Graduating from BHS in 192: ,, his arrest' proved negative for CURING,

(or,the past two weeks, returnedto patient in Doctor's Hospital 'n1 daY'ttet. two weeks' childhoOd years, and even then Mf Doyle, then .,Mildred Gill, human blood.
her home Sunday. Tommy Roberts_ Jacksonvillewas [ visit ii io.Jacksonville with Dr,.andMrs. the said "We" used to spend the studied at a' Starke business Griffis's attorneys Lex Green, '

Mrs. Emma Hill of Lawtey is a a Sunday visitor of Mr. and C. C.,Mendoza:Mrs. Mendoza summer on'' Grandpa Prescott's- school earning part of her tuition and Zack Douglas of Jacksonville, YOUR MEATS

ttpdieal patient in Bradford Mrs J. M., Harrell.J. accompanied Mrs. pitch home farm 'by enrolling other students. told the court that they had attempted

County Hospital D. Doyle visited the South and spent the day with'her mother Active in the Garden Club and Summers and, holidays and alter to ,subpoena the driver

Jacksonville Elks club on Wednesday Mrs,,_ T. J. Griffin., the PBW, Mrs. Doyle is a charter school she worked Ifl the Inman pf the' truck that defense witnesses ALSO COLD STORAGE -,WE CHILL PORK & BEEF

evening of ,last,week Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt spent member of,Doth and has,held most< Real Estate ,office. .Later she paid the mechanic was 'repairingi -

Miss Jackie Colley of F, S. U. Saturday to Friday of last week of the offices of Diese' organiza:' was secretary, for 11 years, with { ring_ the supposed time. of the
was home for the weekend. i in 'Miamiattending.th$ annual tions at some time.; She was president the Harold'' C., Wall InsuranceA.gE'ncy.t murder. They said the name of

FlorIdaTHEATRE Mr. and Mrs. H, K. Davis attended convention of. the-Florida Ostep- of PBW in 1955-56 and is his, driver was John Jones andtha STARKE ,ICE COMPANY ;

the 4 funeral of her aunt, pathic Medical Assn... Dr.. Houpi BOW chairman pf their Health and The Doyles were married in1S29. $ he.was employed by'the New .

Mrs. H. M. Murdaugh in Charleston was an alternate trustee-at-large Sfaety, committee When J. D. was asked hIs Truck Line with headquarters in Phone '
WO
5. C. on Tuesday afternoon.Rev. at the meeting; Mrs; Houpt was A\so\ interested in religious work, opinion of this honor for his infi Aucilla, Ga. They said their efforts : 4-8011 Starke, Fla.
elected State Mr;. Doyle is a member of the. he beamed and to ,
secretary for said -
the
Oliver Carmichael of "I am very,, subpoena the driver had -- :
Jack- ,
First .. _. .
current .
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Church.and I ,
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Baptist .
-- .
auxiliary at -- -
sonville was the Sunday dinner the auxiliary meeting. y very proud of her, ef.n' unsuccessful A. ,y ':. -- - -" .
guest of Mr and,Mrs Guy And- Mrs. J. H. Fields and Mrs. C. A. r
rews. Knight returned Sunday from WaldoLadUses

SAT. OCT. 11 ONLY Dr, H. G. Bollinger will attend relatives two, weeks in visit North with Carolina.friends and ; ; T[prnadoes Face Warmer fcei&f I Buy Your Quaker :

- DOUBLE FEATURE- the child Evangelism FellowshipcommitteeS r -

meeting at' She office Dale YOU'RE INVITED. Open'House, New'Feet! t ,Well Acid test( .,
of ,the State director in Orlando Carnegie Course. Sponsored ) .Friday ea

;. n' Saturday. by Jaycees and Junior Woman's : \, 4 Ic;.. R".r" 'tContinued t.- TO *, OIL CIRCULATOR '

Tv Mr and Mrs. L. N. Pickeringand If Club., 7:30 Starke p m.Lions Dent| Tuea, Continued from Page 11] from Page'J

Mr.. and Dins R. B. .Alvarez ''- Harvey-Tanner turned: in fine defensive r-: -t> r' '/ "
attended the birthday party for Charles Hamilton of Lake his answer' was, "Worry, about performances.
their Geneva was a Sunday guest of Mr. what?" He has found advantages Liberal S .
" granddaughter, ,Priscilla This was the.Tornadoes'seventh FOR YOUR
and Mrs. Robert rather than
Firth. disadvantages in E
Pickering in Gainesville Saturday straight, win ,In the Keystone: I .EARLY
eu wr Mrs.:Adolph what, to another "be
afternoon. Priscilla was two Gay and daughter, boy, might Conference. Last season
years they,,
old. Geraldine yisited Mr. and Mrs. a handicap. Laughingly, he told :won all five of their conference Allowance' OLD HEATER t 1. .. :
AND Ben Cook in Jacksonville Sunday. his friends that he C could get .
OPEN ,
HOUSE. Dale Carnegie games to cop the loop title. -- ,
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'h 1 Course. Sponsored by Jaycee,and Attending the Methodist Laymen's dressed quicker now because 'hedidn't The next' home game Man t>e'WM FROM ..

W oman's Club Starke.Lions Den, conference in Leesburg last have to wash his feet. Perry on Thursday, Oct. 16. on the early purchase of this Quaker Heater !
weekend were M. W Lance On the way home from
St.
James The
is
... Tues., Gel 14, 7:3d. Ne buratioD.Dr. game being played on
., and Mrs. 'H." H. Adams attended Ekardj Howard Meyer, George Petersburg, when he got his artificial Thursday instead of Rday to equipped with automatic forced air fan and .
the 25th class reunion of Hugginsy and: Oyid Lewis. T, H. feet. Charles asked his fathtr avoid a conflict' with Gator Growl. DENMARKFURNITURE
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MI .. the Andrew Slade Sr will attend the meeting to'stop- five! times, not because automatic air feed. "
Jackson -
Statistics
High School
. UeryJ there this Sunday. he waS : ,
coming uncomfortable but because' -
.ElI WAUACH'InmT at the
lIllI 'l JI# JSI! Beap Clerc Country Club Rev. Donald heuld BHS PKY
Kokomoor is attending not wait to'try
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Jacksonville First downs AutomaticFORCED'AIR
Saturday evening. J t>
the Pastor's them out.Charles. '
I School at the
Guy Andrews surprised Mrs. Yards gained'rushing[ 172 131: CO. y
SUB., Mon. Oct. 12, 13 Andrews, with a birthday dinner Methodist Youth camp' in Lees- is a popular student of yards gained passing 29 14 FAN '
burg from Tuesday the eighth grade at Waldo -
School
last Friday. 1 .
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party Friday evening at.their Passest 1.3 ,3-8
THE RELUCTANT: home on 'W. Madison''' street. Mrs. Lloyd Herrin and Mrs. Aggie and all his friends rallied around Passes, intcp. by 0 0' Maktt jrokf flew oakan- ...

Twenty guestsenjoyed the affair. Jones of Callahan were week after the accident! with offers, of Fipnbles lo'st 2:5 automatic tocod air. .totaling. of STARKE ..
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler help, but he is & capableboy and system ,
Mrs.,Clifton Brown and Miss A yg, list punts 43.2 27 .
Linda Johns spent. Sunday to Jones. wants to do things for himself. ,Yds. lost penalties 35 10 i Twos. itttf, on end off oul.. .

DEBUTANTEall Wednesday in Fort Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchingshad Even his cane is now something maticolly.Circvlo: -_ : PRICED FROM

Rex:. with, bin and Mrs. Glen Duke. as ,weekend guests Mr., and to carry as he walks with scarcely chickens given'him while he was !.t ONE-iN110 mere a
Mrs..R. A. Green and children ofTavare a limp. warmer air than ordinary heater _
Mrs. L.,J, Richardson and children recuperating from the accident. '
blower
Plus "Bear and Bean"Wed. 1 1I w fan.
the .
and Mrs. M. W Lance were $, Mrs. J. H. Hooten of The one thing that Charlesthought Maybe Charles has not estab
in Eustis, and Mr and Mrs. R. G. he would have to give up lished record with all of his
Waycross. Ga. over the week any
Tues., Oct. 14, 15 end visiting Mr. and Mrs R. N. Dodson Mrs. and sons of Trenton. was riding his bike but when-his. activities. less, than a week after Automatic! "AIR-FEED" ,4f 9 5 :
George
Huggins and children sister Donna .
Carswell) and family Jean, 12, rode hers his artificial feet were fitted, bu( n" .ibs
,.-- JHIOOSEWASWAITING visited her mtoher, Mrs. S. he decided to try and now, that he certainly has a burns smoke info beat(
Mr. and Mrs.-J. R. Ritch werevisiting ){. Jeffords proved that
in High Springs Sun toot is among his many accomp .,accident.. Is not going to stop hue.
e roRUCHAN Mr and .--Ii.-A;-Dar day afternoon. 11W J Asltamatlcslly wplie> correct amount I L *
of air b
lishments. to Eliminates draft
raer.
den at Jacksonville Beach last from being a success atwhatev problens. ,
week :After school Charles and his he,wants to do.His ambUon bto, L7 4 w at Assures'fuf4-caste highest' burning.efficiency ,

i kd Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Newbernof COUDcil'Set pal, Stanley, Carter! ,. 12, likeride to raise horses, when he .finish >

Lake Hewitt and .Mrs. Maude horseback..,Mrs";, Trewksbury school..About,15,or 20 years from

Kahr and son Jbnmy, .of .Kariton drives them the..mile down U-.,8. now giving him time, to get es, rHEW IMPROVED Liberal Trade-in For "'

were Saturday, evening dinner 301 to the pasture where the, tablished, we expect. C iarle: ..
1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. For New YearContinued horses ,are .kept Stanley andChar Tewksburjr will be one of the fore s'r 17 Pr Your Old Heater '

1 fiL Stem in celebration pf Miss LouiseStern's :. round them up.and Charles most horse breeders of .the coon .

birthday anniversary. saddles his.own horse. try. Such good, natured determination
'IIt Mrs. Leah Bauknight of Jacksonville from Page 1] While Danny'.Boy is' the favoriteanimal to meet life's problems anadversities

It spent the weekend whir on,the place, Charles also will certainly assure z
by -
Councilman Wiggins -
: Mfrs'''Kate Struth. I I oaded by Councilman Ruby and Johns sec nas.'a: dog.,"Jill', a cat, "Mittens;' him success in whatever he triesGood ; >u Shop Us Before :

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas that Ashley several kittens,.ant: ,seven"banty:\ ," :luck to him I II ,
Brown he assistant II '
t MiitJ
a7 and daughter. Kathleen, will. chief and Ben Holtzendorf ...ill I. '
spend the weekend at their camp: take over as .to f! ..
sergeant.
$
t.s 11M in the Scrub. i Two resolutions were passed PROTECT qRlVER'S.license t You, Buy! ;

OPEN HOUSE. Dale Carnegie giving the "go ahead Reynolds .1'' SUPERluftiwm -
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I Coarse.
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Sponsored I
Jayeees and
U'IM! Smith and Hills engineering I
..... ) Woman's Club. Starke Lions BUYs II t
_CQLOR Den. firm of Jacksonville and Pierce \ "WE GUARANTEE TO
Tees.. Oct. ,II, 7M. No obligation.' Garrison and J
Wulbern
Plus "You Said A 'Mousef\ ult" Mr ..and fiscal II f
: Mrs.-Joe-Maruca of
agents on the survey: and business! OIL HEATER :
Cartoon Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof connected with the natural gas LOW COST LIABILITY, ,INSURANCE II .. SAVE YOU TONY I

r Mr. and Mrs. Henry fitefanelli, line installation. This is in accordance -* I I -tn ;:ti' t| j J. i Herri advanced design offer- .
Thurs. Fri. Kenneth Tyus of Florida-South: with jig you real heating economy'combined
Oct: 16, 17 agreements signed 'with r
em College Lakeland, was home' with No moderate'cost.
both
companies previouslyand Membership Fee 6 Mo.
HiniNS THE SCREEN for the weekend. ._Policies_
is Popular
WITH IRRESISTIBLE.caiMM I_ Mrs. T, A. Yawn Jr. gave a A former for preliminary estimate for work the,work only. I i .. ,e I
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"FORCE.I, :nt !family birthday dinner Tuesday Including $300,000 for the pipeline 2-WAY MONEYGUARANTEE BUDGET PLAN :
evening for, Judge Yawn on his to > _
distribute and morel
gas $70.000 '
DOYLE E. Guaranteed to give you 'Guaranteed to heat homo .
anniversary Enjoying the party for COMER AGENCY 1 | year
t conversion of the power plant comfort in every room of your & oa 25% to 331A%lest fad than .
were Mrs. Dannie Davis\ of Orlando for the use of natural gas. ,The G home ca ku fuel this 'any I any ordinary neater or YOUR .
1 ,Mrjmd Mrs. J. G. Caldwellof cost will be paid If and when it 136' W. CaD St. r Phone: WO 4-4501 ordinary heater or YOUR i MONEY BACK.
Y 7Quaker Long-Life "Smoke-
Starke. and SK-2 and Mrs J. is done out of a bond issue which [ .

N. Belche and son. Joel, formerlyof will all be paid from gas revenue Plus fiimy ok OUTSTANDING FIATURIS! less" Burner gives extra heat '
PensaeoU. City Surveyor 1.t. G. McMillan -. t .

SK-2 and Mrs. J. N, Belche and made a suggestion concerning the J Quote tM>j4Jf. l..1v'rMfrma trtrti from every drop of. oilDoesn't
HAVE TOOLS WILL heat fro..very drop *l .& oo",', smeU at err ,
baby eon. Joel of Pensacola will sewer line to be laid in the south- ) WORK ata9. .f fir*. t
leave Monday for their new base era part of the city',and f smoke at any stage
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at was empowered e... e AIl-W ComtrocfltnlvM. 5% Him* foster warmv
KDKI....i ergs ntncnei' Norfolk Va. after spending: ten to meet with the en Alterations than U-fathiMwd sow Mating cost 4oa. I
with Repairs Driveways Patios of fire.
' days their parents Mr. and gingers making the survey. -
.VICTOR.t MATURE-1EO.PN Mrs. A. C Belche at "Starte: Tarm .
Charlie
Shaeffer asked that the
t TAN and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell city install lights at the', Legion All Types Construction "IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER ATIIDENMARK +

t m Starke. Mr. Belche will be stationed erounds to aid parking facilities;

: aboard the US3 Hermitage.Mr. He said the Legion has the lights

FORCE and Mrs. D.,S. Wescott of ,I and expects to pay for the jelec- REFERENCES SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

t'lMTIOIY nr,.saw : ,i Tampa were weekend guests of tricity. Co.
CDUEAMi Furniture
i I .'..--..i LUCtANA PAUIZZ1Cin rlwst Ben and mrs C. E. Johns. Matters concerning drainage on ;
Mrs,, Clyde B., Terwillegar, Sr. the McKinney .
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Scop TECHNICOLOR: property joining A. W. I .
pfxSt. Petersburg was the ROBINSON
overnight Florida Power & Light a street in

Ius ')fago guest Tuesday of Mr.. and the northwest sn.tion of,the, city I I Free Delivery 0p STARKE Free Delivery
. Saves The Bank Mrs. Tmrillegar. Jr. at 'lC1ngs1eytst"lfhDf tnd water exteJ*ion to ,the Jack Phone: WO 4-3782 .
Starke Fla.: I
enroute. home from -sdbdiviskn were aU held for 434 446 West Call St. ,
Phone WO 4-4321 "
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Exhibits Wanted BHS Alumni, Midgets %Win 'Bonds Boosted I!I The Community BANK HOLIDAY State Bank of

For Three !'
Plan ReunionFor I Officials i
'.l Starke and the Florida Bank at

ForCounty: FairA First Game Starke will not be open for busi'

HomecomingCalling ', .' Bonds for various County officials ness next Monday Oct. 13, Colum
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t_ fi __ were reviewed at the regu- bus Day and Farmers' Day, a legal

fi fi- fi Jfl lar commission meeting Monday holiday!I in the State of Florida.
call for'all individuals and all alumni Bradford With PalatkaThe ; I
I morning.. In order that bonds !
organizations planning exhibits ugh School-wherever you are!.
for the Bradford County Fair, Plans for a BUS alumni re- should be in keeping with the !. state are having the same problem -

Oct. 21 to Nov.M, was:issued this :nion are in 'the making for the Bradford High School "Mid amounts.of money handled by of- they said.
ficials three were raised with oth-
week by County Agent G. T. Hug- late of homecoming game in No- get" eleven won its first game of NOTICE

gins chairman of this phase cf vember. This game has not yet the season, defeating Palatka '/-O ers remaining the same. Thesheriff's Sealed bids invited on following
bond was raised from property situate in
the annual ''fair een designated.The in tilt th" Starke Reno
week. a on home field last section.
$1,000 to $10,000
that
; of the clerk
HUjglns said he is shooting fo reunion will be sponsored Thursday afternoon. from $1,000 to ,I The West half of Lots 1 and 2 of
Starke's touchdown $3.000, and the Block 23, and the West half of
more adult participation among )y the High School PTA and will was scored bond of the tax collector was Lots 1 and 2 of Block 24 of Liv
'Bill
exhibitors this year with emphasfc: enter around a dinner, to be ser- by Jackson, who returned a raised from $30,000 to ingston Truby and Company's
i punt for 40 yards in the second $50,000. Subdivision of the Northeast
on livestock and agricultural pro- /ed In the high school cafeteria
uaner. quarter (XEV:.) of Northeast
ducts, Including coin, hay seed :nd the elementary school cafe- q The extra point was quarter (NK% ). Section %8. Township -

and other products. orium preceding the game. It is scored /by Marshal Starling" ,on a School Board C South, Range !! East
'ine plunge. together with the household goods
The Boys' 4-H and FFA ikely that a BHS Alumni Associ- fi \ situate in house;
group? John Manning the Midget oach, Bid Bids to be opened at office of
are expected to ition will be organized at this Accepts A
come through with
said the boys looked good'and J. Thomas. Jrv Attorney. 9A.JJ
their usual l fine ::m ', and an election of officers October
poultry and live showed a lot of determination. Tuesday, 21, 1958. Reserve
stock exhibits u-ld. On right to reject all bids. Abstrast
while PropertyBids
the
Girls
Jack McCorab ahTT Leonard lug- wul not be furnished.
4-H. Future Homemakers. anc Present plans call for members ger were especially: good on defense Lola F. Hutto. Administratrix
senior women will show I each graduating class to be Estate of Joe Roue, deceased
canning
and did
,, Billy Dowling some \ were accepted on two pieces 10- 2t 10-1S
cookery,, and crafts. eated at tables according to the outstanding kicking. )f school property at the regular -

Huggins said the premium list year cf their graduation. This Saturday aMO:30 ajn. the meeting of the School Board. NOTICE TO DEFEND

will be prepared soon, and a better BHS is one of the oldest high Midgets will play Fernandinafllere. \ Floyd Wiggins of New River I. Circuit Caurt, Bradford C.iBty,

class of ribbons and other awards 'schools in the state, with the-first John Williams ;urchased the old New River Florida I. ChaBcerjr.
Jimmy Newman, Gary Kuba, Stanley Thomas, Hal McComb; Jimmy Smith, Harold Perry Brown, Plaintiff vs. Lottie
will be made this year than in class graduating in 1896 and comprised Pictured above on the Midget and School buildto'g for $1,015. The Hutchlngs Brown, defendant.
Richard Wainwright, manager Lawson, Carry Firth, Laaell Bishop, Billy Dowiing David In- Caw No. 12-C11
the of five
past. graduates: Claude squad are: Heilbronn School site went to H. NOTICE

The agent said that the colored Alvarez. Cornelia Peek Mary 1st row (left to right): Theron : Crews Mike Sheppard and Marshal gram, Richard Miller Wilbur C. Edwards for $66 per acre. The To: Lottie TO Hutchlngs APPEAR Brown aka |

schools of the county will. enter Solomon, Carlyle Peek, and Perse Hunter, Arlen Bias Joe Gardner, ,2nd row ((1-r): Leonard Dugger, Starling.3rd Groves, Bill Jackson, and John tract contains approximately 38 !1413 Lottie Hutchings Brown Gray
E. 88th
their customary outstanding exhibits Gaskins. Since then classes have Bobby Simmons Richard Hobbs,{I Larry No gel, Jimmy row (1-r): Bill Melson, Jack Manning, coach. acres. No bid on the farm land Ohio. Street Cleveland C,

of school crafts and activities -fi varied greatly In"size all the way -- was taken as the one submittedwas You are notified that a suit for'

fern one member when A. J. UP ALLIGATOR Dr. COvington Church Survey I ISet Mrs. Sarah Hunter too low.Supervisors. divorce in the above has been named filed Court against and cause you

Thomas Sr., was the sole graduatein and you are required to
L. serve a copy
Anyone interested in exhibitingat H. Gibson and
1915. to the For Sunday Named Director of your answer or pleading to the
the fair may'contact Huggins present number of CREEK 1 Elected To Head Mrs. Vera Demorest met with the complaint on Plaintiff's Attorney

or, the Home Demonstration Agent : from 80 to 100 annually 1I I In Starke AreaThe Of FFSA GroupMrs. board to acquaint them with the Martin J. Pearl, 102 Law Exchange

Miss Dorothy Ross, at their Anyone having names and .addresses with I Health.Oi/icers work being done for the improv- file Puilding.the original Jacksonville in the 2,office Florida of and the
of BHS graduates :Ministerial Alliance completed Sarah Hunter, lunchroom ment Clerk of the Circuit
office on the courthouse grounds,, now LZark of instruction in Bradford Court on or be-
: living out of the plans Monday for a surveyof manager of Starke Elementary: fore the 10 day of l\TTember 1958
or see the FPA and home economics county and who Walton County schools. They spoke of the otherwise the
might want to be'advised' Dr. A., Y. Covington, health officer church affiliation in the county School was named District Four allegations of said
instructors at BHS. of the efforts being made, especially in Complaint will be taken aa confessedby
reunion should report these to and director of the tri- to be started Sunday afternoon director at a Florida food: Service the field of reading, and told of you.
Harry H.
Rabb, commander ofPost Mrs. Charles county health department in n Oct. 19.. Assn. meeting at P. K. Yonge This notice shall be published one
56, asid it is desired to have Darby president of the successes already obtained to each week for four consecutive weeksin
: the High School PTA. Bradford Clay, and Union Counties Dividing the county into areas, School on Oct. 4. the sixth grade by having several the Bradford County Telegraph.
a bigger and better fair than ever was elected president of the it was agreed that members ot More than 150 members and Dated this 8 day of October, 1958.
reading levels in
before, and asked the Saw Carl Hurst on the Lake the same class.fi (SEAL)
cooperation
Florida Public Health Officers Association the church groups will contact all guests attended the meeting. Local
of the'public in making Toy CollectionIs afternoon for the first Bringing the board up-to-date CHARLES A. DARBY,
the exhibits Saturday at the 30th annual convention families in the area assigned if women attending besides Mrs the Clerk of the Circuit Court
as interesting as possible. time in a lpng while. Carl has n progress made in the plan-' By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
PlannedBy
in West
Palm Beach last the survey is not completed Hunter were: from BHS, Mrs. Tyler ning for
not been long out of the hospital > theI Teacher Career Increments ini! 4t 10-30
week. ; I Jones Mrs. Minnie Johns and
first Sunday the following ,
Masonic LodgeToys from an ulcer operation. Says he which is a plan by which
Board ,Awards feels fine but can't eat much. This Dr. Covington, a native of Kentucky day afternoon will also be used Mrs. Maggie Glisson; from Starkc leserving teachers in the system W. C. T. V.

will be collected this year has been health officer for for the purpose. Elem., Mrs. Bob Taylor Mrs. Ed.!: "or ten will
years receive
increase
an
is one fellow who can honestly i
Bid On New by Bradford Lodge 35 F. & A. M. his are bigger than his Bradford and Clay Counties since Lawson. Mrs. Bud Jenkins, Mrs. in pay, they pointed out "WHISKEY FOOLS "TOE MANWHO
say eyes FOOLS WIT IT.
to be renovated, if necessary tor stomach. Don't worry Carl, your 1946, and for Union County since Exam Dates Set A. J. Fender, snss Rosa Moore the difficulties in arriving at a

Road the 'purpose of making a "Merry stomach will on you 1947. During the past year he and Mrs. J. E. Edwards; from fair method. Other counties of the I (NATIONAL VOICE)
grow
Machinery new serF
Elizabeth
Christmas" for underprivileged Could not much ved as first ,vice president of or Scholarships Lawtey, Jr. High, Miss
soon. say
children, according to an announcement pretty Health Officers Terry, Mrs. Leona Edwards, anaMr.09. '
Bids for his mess of iish. Maybe he Assn., and is a Competitive examinations to till I Men's clothing
were
opened on a motor : Pearl .
Campbell.Mrs.
made ALVAREZ' STORE
past of
recently by president the health officers III
did not want to catch more than scholarship vacancies will be held
'it II1I
grader the
: Monday morning members of the lodge and Wor- section of that organization. Hunter took part on a Established 1894 II
of he could eat. at the Army Reserve Training
meeting the County Commis shipful Master Carl Hurst. panel discussion of "How School

sion. Low bids were taken with Merritt, Williams, as usttal, MYF Plans Repeat Center and at Lincoln High People can work together to provide ,

the grader being purchased from Everyone having toys that nave threw his bait in a rain puddle and School, Gainesville, Tuesday, Oct. better lunches forboys and

Florida' Equipment Co. of Jackson are been asked outgrown to donate by their them children for this caught a 7 To. bass. Speaking ot Of UNICEF Drive 14, beginning at 8:30 ajn. girls." Sell It Rent It Trade It

ville for $12.900, and loader from rain puddles these fishermen say For Halloween There are 75 vacancies in teaching -
This
good cause. has been a success -
Square Deal Machine Co., also of they had it. Just about all after- scholarships, 21 freshmen, 61
in other communities and the Lawtey WomanIs
Jacksonville, for U4.370.25. noon. Again this year as in the past sophomore and 17 junior. Wine
want WITH A
men tb get started early on TELEGRAPH
Both deals involved a trade-in.L the project so that toys can be Johnny, Monk, and Vernon came, two years the Methodist Youth scholarships, paying $500: per I Sentenced CLASSIFIED

and the old loader was repurchased reconditioned if necessary.If saw and went Friday. They came Fellowships will conduct a UNiCEF year, are open for students attending After AccidentMrs.

from Square Deal for $50. ThIs to the lake, saw it was a waste Halloween. The new version .basic 'collegiate school of 20
you have a donation call Carl WORDS OR LESS One lasertioc M1ilu.. Charge) .n
will be used!later'as a trade-in on Hurst WO 4-OS24, or Gene Long'soffice of time, and went home after 8 of Trick or Treat is sponsored toy nursing and. 70 for licensed professional EACff ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 -__ __.-_ <<, Per W.r42k

other' equipment 'or reconditioned from 8 a.m. to 5 at hours of solid casting. But 1 will the United Nations Children's nurses who wish to study Rosa Mae Starling pleaded % DISCOUNT ON REPEAT INSERTIONS SAME AD

to. be -used'. for>. mower, WO 4-5991 or at his home p.m., WO take odds that not a one' among Fund for the purpose of obtaining for a (Ibachelor's'degree.. Th'e later guilty to charge. of, driving 2.V ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT 'PAID lit ADVANCE

them is discouraged, even alterletting money to be used for medicines t class pays $500 per year tor while intoxicated following an accident -
The equipment will be paid tor 9-1661. Some member will pick CLASSIFIED DISPLAY -_____ 1.25 Per lick First ".ertl..
some big ones go. vitamins, milk and vaccines two years study in Florida or on 301 about four miles
with the trade-ins a* down payment up your gift or you may leave ,it ".00 PER INCH FOR S4MB AD REPEATED ONE OB MORE TIME
for the world's $2.000 for one if north of Starke, October 1. She
and $3,000 to' belaid onJan. at the Fire Station.Potato What is it that will get a man I needy children. year training
: desired must be taken out of the was judged guilty by County CARDS OF THANK (O T. M Wrd) --?..--,. ,, PM
10. 1959.with. the balance in up in the wee small hours cook The Fellowsmp memoers win be and'sentenced M WORDS! _______n_____-___' 4 C.. Per rOVER W.r*
ate T. Yawn
Judge A.
two equal payments in January ot his breakfast, travel many miles,, divided 1to six teams of about ten s
1060 and 1961 withno interest.A Growers fish all 'day in a fishless stage, each and the teams will compete To be eligible for the examine to 30 days in county jail and had 1ItF.MOnULS'A' D RESOLUTIO'h 4 f>, Bt. frr We"

motion by Commissioner go home tired but not too dis t o see.which can bring in the most tions the applicant must be a citizen her drivers license revoked for

Bishop, seconded by Harrell and Will Discuss couraged to do the same thing allover I money. The winning team will be of the U. S. and a residentof not less than one year. FOR apartments.RENT-Close Furnished in desirable first floor lo- WANTED Experienced Sales

,,passed by the- board-Will require again? It is expectancy. given a dinner, at a later date Florida for one year. If tne Property damage to the Starlingcar cation. All conveniences." W. ti. Lady. Nick's Fruit Stand.

that, all future candidates for welfare Market- Controls- Each: angler hopes secretly in by Mrs. Titus Olson. applicant is under 21 his' parents a '55 Oldsmobile, amounted to Nollman. 228 ,V. Uadson St. tfcbg FOR RENT Available I

assistance- refferred to his heart to catch that big one, Insfead of asking for "goodies" must meet the residence require between $600 and $700 and dam- FOR SALE-Keystone Heights 2 bedroom, nicely furnished Oct. 1.house.new

Health Officer Dr. A. 3f. Coving- big enough to set some kind of these young gobins, witches, etc.fi ments. For teaching scholarshipsthe age to the Southbound'Ohio car, Dream Cottage. Like new inside and Good neighborhood. Adults. Apply
All growers of Irish potatoes are will for added is residencein a 51 Dodge, was estimated at out. Paneled. Corner lot. Select Mrs. E. P. Rennet (33 McMahon.
ask
ton for screening. .It was also a record so that when he is in you a donation tor requirement neighborhood. Furnished. Why pay Phone WO 4-5744. tf-chg

,agreed to have Dr. Covington re- urged to attend a meeting on the 'presence of other anglers he this good cause. They WiU be i the county represented.Tests $200. rent Call Keystone U9:!. 4tp 10-16 FOK
$ALJ-1'enta:
vIew the present' list '"fco that the Wednesday Oct. 15, at 7 p. ,m. will wear, a special halo. identified by tags er arm bands, will cover English science, fence posts. 4 mues process.North on treated 341.

need of assistance will be estab- i m the Home Demonstration ClubHoUse The first half of the split dove tr.d, Will' visit'you on Thursday social studies and mathematics. City Budget FOR Farmer RENT-or Supply Building.Lease-Phone Johnson's WO Green & Baklcen Post Co. tfctk*

lished by.the.Health and.Welfare at LaCrosse. season opened Saturday at noon. preceding Halloween instead ot Tops 4-4594. tfchgEXPERrENCED WE HAVE a new loan program for

Departments. The present welfare The meeting is being held to Runs from Oct. 4 to Nov. 2. Friday so as not to"interfere with Rites $500,000 farmers. Loans 01 1 to 6 years
determine the interest in a proposed the football game Friday night. WednesdayFor -If your spacebeater for the entire credit require
paid by the commission Shooting hours from 12 noon to Continued from Page 1] needs cleaning, contact Jun- meats of the farmer and his fam ,
amounts to approximately $170 potato marketing agreement sunset .Hunting_ permitted everyday r The teams will meet at, the Ezra ,Bagwell ior Allen at this address: Rt. 1, Box ily. Gainesville Production Credit!
such is In effect Methodist Church after'their collections 170, StarkP, Ela. 9-25-4t Association, CO Hortb
per month. as now on I during this period. LOOKS count accounted for a $44,940 in- Gainesville, Pie Vain

A deed to property connecting cucumbers and several other like plenty of'd.:1ves.Considerable : to decide the winners and I Ezra Olen Bagwell Sr., 44, of crease in expected expenditures.To WANTED-Listings of Retirement tfCQ
Homes. Large and small acreage..
crops. construction ia for entertainment. Pinellas Park and former resident finance this increase the RADIOS REPAIRED
road 230 and Bessant Road. for a a and residential property reasonably All Makes AU HeJete
50 foot right of way was acceptedby Farmers from Alachua, Baker underway .at St. johns Park on of Starke, died Monday city expects an increase in electric priced. with terms. Have buyers if leas.B. .. Charges ti.rute4
and Bradford Counties Dead Lakes. Looks like there will Baldwin Chief current from property suitable. Strout Realty. MtEPHEKD'8 RADIO A TV
the Commissioners from the morning after a brief illness. revenue $250,000 In Jennie Hansen, Rep. P. O. Pox 307, Isms tireeB OwBer

Powell estate.. are invited, to attend this meeting be several tourist.cabins: available Captures Two Born in Cookeville.' Tenn.. Dec. 1957-58 to $285.000 in 1958-59; an Starke, Fla. 5 ml S of Starke on U. 226 W. Call Ht. Phoae \rOf.....
where delegates will be elected I Thelanding S No 301. Itchg Sfarke Fla.
I plus.a tackle' and bait shop. increase in utility tax
Another right of 'way matter 6. 1913 he was the,Son of Mrs. revenue
for a district meeting to be held I Iater. has been widened and theboats Escaped Convicts. from $36,960 to $45,000 and an FOR SALE-One acre land and 4
involved a road on the south Dora Jane Dyer Bagwell of Starke,, ; FOR SALE-It In z 11 ft. steel
lfi are all being put in first increase of room house, deep well on school bus culvert pipe. $1.25 ft. ALSO BulleS-
$1,500 in
tap
sewer
Lake.: Col. Jonn and the 1 late James Lee
shore off Silver Two Bagwell.
Cliff Alston marketing special prisoners from the Doctor'sInlet I route. 2 3-4 miles of town on Rt. 1. ing lots for sale IB Bjuth Oat
Beldkr and Mrs. Richard T. Lov class shape. Road fees. Cheap. John I. Warren' P. O. Box Subdivision. Low down
1 ist of the Florida Camp escaped Thurs Besides his mother, he is survived payment.
University 620 Starke. 2tp 109
em asked if the road there was Section 9.06 Constitutional amendment day Oct. 2 while Low monthly payments. BILLY
morning work
by one E. O. BagwellJr. ,
M. F, Miller of the U. S..Department son JACKSON, rboae WO4.4tll .
to Laws of Florida: el* C* -
to t>e opened. Decision of the of Agriculture and George ing with a road gang on Highway of Pinellas Park, and a.daughter Alachua Negro rat Truck Lines. Uthf
Commission was that they have "No person shall use any species: 90 at the"city limits of Baldwin Jean Bagwell of Cleveland KEROSENESMOKELESS
immediate for Talbott representing the Florida of black bass or pickerel, [freshwater Held For'FiringAt ONE BEDROOM furnished apartments *
no plans openinga Mrs. W. H. Spence reported to Ohio four
; brothers, Edward, of ODORLESS
Fruit & Vegetable Assn. will attend for tent. Phone W04-4011. W
road there and will not do so jack] or any part: thereofas the Baldwin Chief of Police, C. K St. Petersburg, Donald and Kenneth State Trooper T. Jackson <_ tfchg
the
LaCrosse meeting to assist -
without, a public hearing on the in the discussion. bait. Live bream may be used Nolan that she bad seen the prisoners both of Starke, and R. C. 15.9 Per Gal
GENUINE
matter for bait purposes fcy the : going through her. yard. Bagwell of Denver Continued from Page 1] ENGRAVED Wedding In-
persorD Colo. He was a AT YOUR IMPERIAL vita tions with double envelopes 100
catching the bream, but About an our later Chief N Ian member of the for $21.95. Bradford Cour'T Tele-
Baptist Church.
L.W. Baldwin Attends Bradford FFA case shall the bream be used as and a Baldwin city employee, William tied his revolver in the directionof SERVICE STATION era ph. tf
Funeral
services were
held
in
'" the fleeing Negro and that
cut bait. (Red) Blount Jr., overtook ,
Managers Meeting Chapter Elects "Just heard it said that nowadays the prisoners in a woods area three the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Wed- Merrick jumped out "of his car Hiway 301 North, Starke pump WANTED and-water Information tank taken on electric from

nesday at 2 p. m. with Rev. Lacy still in motion and I the old May farm near
The Bradford County chapterof if a .woman gets up before miles west of Baldwin before the escaped into Hampton,

Logan W. Baldwn district sales Future Farmers of America held 9 a. m. and cooks breakfast for bloodhounds could pick up tne Conway officiating. Burial was in I the swamp. The Negro's car stop- FOR SALE USED now ward.owned Notify by Sam Loon Rosenberg Rosenberg., Starke.Re

'manger in this area for Investors her she thinks she is a Kingsley Lake Cemetery. ped when it hit some, trees. Building Supplies. Uses lumber ol 2tchg lO.t
spouse
its first meeting of the school trail.Mr. all types. windows doors. plumbing,
Diversified Services, In&. is at- Wednesday Oct. 1, with John Allen ]- pioneer. Speaking of pioneers, Nolan was recently appointed I used tin roofing. Used Cypress ANOTHER ELROD SPECIAL
tending a' national sales confer- Shadd history shows that at one time Baldwin Chief of Police to sue Hie' : tiringScripturesby benches ideal for any outdoor use, 2 Bedroom Home Jn Pinehaven.
presiding. Jack ffcniw{ :; $1.00 per ft. 8 to 12 ft. long fnone Large corner lot. Electric
:ence conducted by the company in Officers elected for the school) during the early settling of this ceed R. G. Sides.MAYOR'S. WO4-401L W. T. Jackson Transfer,. heater. Good yard. Only $700 Down.water

Minneapolis. Minnesota, for its year were president John A. country there were no taxes, no 4 Prayer-Power of a People clo Central Truck Lines tffhg I
3-Bedroom Home in Saratoga Sub-
140 district sales managers from Shadd; vice president, Roland national debt, no civil rights or COURT --. f.'NOr \ FOR SALE 2 bedroom concrete division. New FilL Loans. Total

all part of the U. S. Stern: secretary Gerald Galney union squabbles, the redskins were block furnished or unfurnished house i Down Payment and closing cost only
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on approximately 30 acres. Call L.
U O..O.
Mr: Baldwin supervises the work treasurer Phillip Mobley; reporter,, running the country and the'wo- Found guilty, in Mayor's Court t' ... ..- M. Gaines day WO 4-0001. night WO I Contact

of IDS representatives in Lake Leaton Mathews; sentinel. tavern men were doing the"work while Oct. 1st of driving while intoxicated "7i1 ....... .......-.. """" "" 40941. tfchg HARRY C. ELROD JR.RE.4L .

,City.- Gainesville. Ocala Leesburg,, Dyal. the men hunted. And we thinkwe was B. C. Williams. His .A.&fr-v.-. ( s(1 41 t Vi? FOR'RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished I PHO-D4Y ESTATE WO 4-931I.

.Palatka,..Crescent,City, and Live Advisor Hutchins discussed the have improved the country drivers license was revoked and I; bouse. Inquire at Bu. Station. Itcbg IGIIT WO 4-4MI.

Oak.; as well as servicing his'own program for the year and president I- since then! he was fined $152 or 30 days. FOR RENT-2 bedroom furnished I REAL ESTATE

customers in Starke and Lake : Shadd appointed committee We can only follow the free advice I- Postponed from last week wasa house on Spring Lake. Suitable for New homes, acreage, farm., lakefront

,Butler. chairmen who are asked to make: given by the bug-extermin- charge of disorderly conduct a- couple.Keystone)4S Heights mo. un.Phone 3Jchg evenings lOn: I., ,need apartment in real houses.estate we Whateveryour believewe

Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin droveto reports at each regular meeting: itcrs and that Is: "Don't take: gainst Cling Griffis. He was can assist you.
the will visit with my wooden nickles. found FOR RENT-New 2 bedroom, nicely Florida Realty C*. *f Starkc
meeting.and The
Hand initiation guilty and fined $27 Also
Green was furnished house. Good neighborhood. 111 -N. W.l..t St., Tt\ WO 4-8341
several friends enroute to and Vld Tuesday Oct. 'I, in the Ag- postponed from past week was a Adults. Apply Mrs. E. P. Renner CIS

'from Minneapolis. Iculture building. Prize WinnersOf charge of public intoxication against MrMahnn. Phone WO 4-5744. tf-chg. FOR RENT-3 bedroom- furnished
house on Kingdey Lake year around
Leaton A. Mathews Rudolph Crews. He did not FOR S.\LE-Magic Chef circulator rent. Inquire Rosenberg's Furniture

:Sheriff Asks Aid Chapter Reporter. Shopportunity appear and forfeited bond of $27. Oil used heater auto blower and fan. Store 2 tfhg 10.11
only one winter. Sell for $7!
Money: Listed Other disorderly conduct charges .. rash. A. W. Anderson 424: Maple For Rent-Punished 'garage apart-
,Of Governor's Office ; CS F'Mi; .were against Aaron Sumner St., across from ,funeral home. ment living room. bedroom, kitchen

In Murder Probe Fry The five lucky winners: at the and .Boyd Lee.' Neither' appearedand //1'\ -H !tp 11111! I. bath W. L.and Andrews.large screened U7 W.porch.Madison Mrs.

Held Thursday hcpportunity Days shower of $5 I each forfeited bend.Sumner,, I I 1v'4cA' FOR htiuro RENT SOS q -wt 4.,.room Q t furnished, Hl'hlf I to

Sheriff P. D. Reddish. called on -.ills last Saturday- afternocra $52. and Lee. $27. Pleading not! 1 / FOR RENT 2 bedroom
the Governor's: office Wednesday The annual family night fishy : were: George W. !: guilty to a charge of disorderly // fi HEATERS FOR S.-\LE-! burner.'Conditioned ,, house. Large kitchen, living funlshed room

'for assistance in the investigation I \ of the Soil Conservation eagle, Candy Woodburn, Bonnie, conduct. William Edward Padgettwas $10 rah ZIt X.ChfrPJ' dining room,. tile bath. Oil circulator -
SU Mrs. J.' R. PuKfnpton.:
rict Supervisors was held Thurs- Pre "tt, and Sandra Crews. Each heater. Nicely furnished new.
of theSe, murder of Robert found not guilty. 1 trhg r ly decorated. Contact Mrs. Gladys
'ay night of last week in the received a crisp V5 bill from the .
Tyson Sr.. StarkeNegro.The Jewett C. Fogg who was charged Harrington. (13 E. Washington after
vfethodist Church recreation hall: cooPerating' merchants of Starke.Mrs. TWO SALES LADIES WANTED. 7 fc-m' or phone w 4.U34 or WO
,Sheriff conferred in Tallahassee with failure to yield the rightof Most b* u f'rIPIII'f'd. flood pay. Ap- for appointment. I
Wednesday with William I Among the out cf town officials'ttendlng Pierce Crews of Raiford way. causing an accident, nly N>k'" Fruit tand. 1 tp; __ tp

were Cclin Gunn i oflainesville. von the $25. first prize with No. pleaded FOR SALE-Double barrell 12 Ka.
He
guilty.
Durden. the governor's'assistant:: was fined $52 FOR RE\"T-'Iope: shotgun like new. 26"
In. Four room I cylinder bar-
State
,TindaU the govern r's; Soil Conserva U8629. and Mrs. Paul Raymondof with sentence suspended and put house with shower Reasonsbl. J. niL Excellent Bird Gun 3!T W.
Woody, ionln. and Sinclair Bryan of Starke won the $10 prize with on probation for 30 days. T Quigley ror. Cherry and Madison rail: M.. Rtarke. ttchg.
F
investigator 'ThE ,
pecial :and Ross Anderson *
; Talforrt, 'a State Director on the -olo. 402885. The $15 prize '[No. Sts. 1 tchg
I 'chief Investigator for the William Henry Bettmer forfeited OF CUE1..t5 TcETEz' LOST-Red sad White OUntJIIPy cow-
Sheriff Bureau.' toil Conservation Board, 1183'lSltiasn, t yet been claimed. a bend of $12 on a charge of fi _/jJjj:25 J'OR; RENT! bedroom rnishd I two found weeks ego last Yond'r. If
FlorId4 ., During the brief business house with notify Fred IItfswp Fate
se sThe ear dero-
'* next Shopportunity Party running a red light and Sam Pete I t port newly Brown or Palmer WIlh1amq'FOR
i
Durdenrsaid the Governor would I ted on Walnut St. Inquire at 733 1 .tl)
ion following the -fl- ,
W. .
supper Z. will be held Saturday Oct. 18. i at Brewton pleaded runty of running -- .r ';. Thompson St. I
tp
I make"ft"< tatezneiitGn'*" the:matter Hamilton reported on the recent a place. on Call Street to be announced a stop sign. Brewton paid a fun ::=: mike SALE.from-town.20 acre farm I-I
eODer,
within' few Sponsored by members of the Madison I FOR SALE te block
days. state convention at Fort Pierce. next week of $12. Church -Missouri Minnows and! house, 4 rooma and bath. Electric
Shlnners. Curtis AJcridge W W. lights and water.
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:-i: KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA





STARKE. nnUITJA- THURSDAY. OrTORRR 9., 195*
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KEYSTONE; HIGHLIGHTS ', n: i""J 1' TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYYYYYYYYMELROSE '

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I By Mu K. Schaeffer t. J .

; ... '. ; : .t ., ,: 2q-_ jv. ti r HOOK off}; DIY\\ail\
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School Bus Face Lifted 4 Treasurer; while Dick Sunderland, Ii' ,, ; as

The boys and girls from Keystone and Frank Walrath, Jr. were ". "., .AA.A.A.A.AA... ......AA 'N.

Heights who attend Brad-i elected to the Board of Director Melrose Woman's Club Meets Y. 1 ii w
foid County High School this Members of this organization are. 1I
I The '
Melrose
year, are riding in style these days. parents of the abovementionedboys Woman's Club .....r
Their school bus has undergone a I I and girls attending Bradford opened its 1958-59 season Wed: Due
to
L. nesday October 1 football, hunting
with lunch- season
a
radical change from the it ,
way County
High School.
eon and general reunion World Series, the fishing has been
I I of, club
locked when it was acquired. Car-Wash Helps Football Team s members. rather slow, according to Mrs.

Thanks to the efforts of Everett I|I It has often been said that the Quests Constance Barnhill, at the Barn-
Fox Sam Gardner, Sr., George were greeted by Mrs. J.
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people of hill
Keystone Heights certainly ; Fishing Camp on Lake SantaFe.
Schaeffer, Dick Sunderland Cor- gc all-out for their chi F \ .. Emory Cross and Mrs. W. O. Pres .

bett Terrell Henry hail Herbert dren-not F ton.Mrs. k
necessarily their own,
i Dr. Adrain
Nelson, Jean Fox, and Mary Lou I but the children of the town. kin Kenneth G. Rogers was $ Louis Bleyer. from St.
Mo., who
Gardner, the bus'has had a beautiful guest speaker at this j was a guest in one
time.
case of the painting of the .... :.. Her of the Barnhill
I subject Cottages last week
coat of yellow paint and even was "Youth Conservation."
schoolbus, or the support giventhe end, caught four bass
on artificial
the inside has been painted and baseball team last summer, or Members of the Executive Board

renovated. Approximately 30 children the Rotary swimming program, were A_...._hostesses.___ ...... They were: Mrs. lure.Vaughn and Fred Prescott, from
ride the bus which is driven ..
n.uunw
and their of the wunerspoon, president
sponsoring Boy ; i Lawtey, got 35 bream
by Mrs. Mildred Glissen. Scout Troop. These are all ex Mrs. C. L. Bass, first vice-presi CITY LEAGUE SOFTBALL TROPHY bass on bugs.J. and one
Heystone-Bradford School Assn. dent: Mrs. Fred Tate Mason
amples.On ,
sec- AWARDED T. Elkins
OfficersAt ond TO KEYSTONEMembers and Jesse Quigley
Elects
Saturday Oct. 4 the vice-president; Mrs. Earl
men of Jacksonville caught 47 large
a recent meeting of the Key- of the Lien's Club who Hayner recording secretary Mrs.
are spon C. M. ; of Keystone Heights'. lee Terrell, Harold Ridaught and bream and one speck on bugs.
stone-Bradford School Association soring the Keystone Heights King, corresponding secre- pennant-winning softball team Carl Duncan. From Walker's Sports Center

fi Fred Ellis was elected Presi- School Football Team, held a tary; and Mrs. Albert Spires, are pictured above as Joe Gray, Due to rain, we hear that Harold Lawrence
the
treasurer. all-star '
dent; Everett Fox Vice President; car-washing in front of the Keystone r chairman of the Starke Recreation scheduled for game caught four nice bass in Lake

Mrs. Chester Moody, Secretary- State Bank. Members of the y Members selected for committee Board, presents trophy to last week was Thursday called off.night of Geneva 'Sunday morning the

chairmen are: Mrs. C. L. Bass, Everett Fox, manager. Charlie The City League largest weighing in at 6 Ibs.YOU'LL .

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT ,STORE program; Mrs. W. O. Preston, Schaefer, league president, is at the Starke Recreation was sponsoredby Board
iI ; american home: Mrs. Allen Gra- right. Others in photo are Howard and Gray it LOVE tte new lAter-
is
says
hoped
Men's, Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes bert ham, current literature; Mrs. Al- Harger, Walter Harvey, Herman all businesses in Starke and that brook purse-size fountain pens la
E. Bachmann, music Mrs. surrounding pastel shade Only >fS.09
; Jackson, Corbett Terrell at Bradford -
Edgar "
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY W. J. Grolick, ways and means; areas will make plans County Telegraph
Mrs. Akridge, Richard Cunningham to enter a team in the
league
Albert -
C.
Spires, hostess and Armond Rivers. Walter Johns, Ar- next t
Keystone, Heights Lucile Foster, Owner guest book registrar; Mrs. Cecil "' summer.

.... .,0.-\' ,1:; R. Hook, membership; Mrs. Earl in Gainesville ST. ANNES' EPISCOPAL
I Hayner. pins and badges: Mrs. R. Miss L. Iva Hillyer, Mrs. EdnaH. CHURCH

St. William's Altar Society I Simmons, publicity; Mrs. H. E. Nilson Mr. and Mrs. ClaremontI. ,
KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY Herssey, parliamentarian; Mrs. Tones and Col. and Mrs. John The Rev. M.H. Breyfogle Minister.
And Catholic Club Officers John Griner Sunday Service
InstalledNew custodian club McDowail, members of the Episcopal : 9:00: a. m.

DEPENDABLE 2i-I OUR SERVICE house; Mrs Edna Williams, cus- : Church attended a convention I Parish Night Supper: Third Fri
officers of St. William's';f lee. Each todian day 6:30 EVERYTHING YOU
received club p. m.
I an appropriate grounds; Mrs. Helen held! in Miami last weekend.We .
Catholic Club and St. William's'Altar NEED
religious medal. Foster, club house
Day Phone GJIC PAO' Nite Phone Society were installed Sunday New Catholic J. calendar; Mrs. are happy to welcome Mr.
Club officers Emory Cross and LIVE BAIT BOATS
were Mrs. T. J, -
and Mrs. KEYSTONEJEWELERS
Ernest
4351 2582 night at a dinner meeting in introduced by the retiring press Hawes, club house maintenance Whitney back to
; Melrose. They have spent the ... COTTAGES
the Pecan Room of the Garden dent Mrs. Joe Palwikowski, and Mrs. Albert C. Spires, budget; Miss -
summer in Haddam, Connecticut
COOKING HEATING WATER HEATING Restaurant, Starke. each was presented with an appropriate Emma Modeland, welfare; Mrs. visiting relatives. They reported Expert Watch Repairing RUTLEDGE'S
Top photo shows Catholic Club avery
token Andrew
of the occasion. Taylor, courtesy; Mrs. C. good trip but glad to be Quality One 1 Mi. South of KeystoneOn
officers [left to right!: Mrs. H. Mrs. I. are Jewelry
Donnelly Tones
and trustee
Most Complete Line of House Heating in North Mrs. Pawli-i ;; Mrs. Carl Hag- back home. Walter Route
Equipment L. Sutton treasurer; E. M. Con- kowski were presented gifts in glund, Junior Woman's Club Advisor I M.Muhlhofer- 100I

Florida. If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter See Us First. neen, vice-president; Father Cor appreciation of their leadership and Bible Chairman; and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hartsfieldand f I ,
nelius Dougherty, installing officer during the past year, and Mrs. Mrs. Fred Tate Mason, year book daughter, Susan, of Jacksonville
I ;' J. F. Donnelly, president; George Schaeffer was commended publications. I | spent the weekend with Mrs.

I Mrs. Emery Cooper, secretary. for her services as secretary of The new Year Books for Hartsfield's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

-. LAKE FRONT SPECIALS -- I Lower photo [left,to right]: new the club for the past four years. very attractive' in the 195859are club'scolors John Harpe and family.

Altar Society officers. Mrs. Everett After the installation, the Benediction green and white. The clubhouse We are glad to hear that Mr.
Fox, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Joe of the Blessed Sacramentwas is J. O. Dann was able to leave the t
White Sand Lake A Good Investment pictured in the center r
Pawlikowski, vice president; Mrs. held at St. Edward's Church with sprays of cherokee hospitallas't week. He is now stay
It LOTS AT $1250 H. L. Sutton, president; and Father in Starke for all the group. sketched around. It is dedicated roses ing 'with Mr. and Mrs. Emory

Dougerty, installing Twenty-nine persons attended to the Club's Past Presidents. Perry.

These Iota are easily'reached, require little clearing and The new Altar Society officers this event, including two guests, An interesting Also leaving: the hospital last ..
wele produced by, Mrs.. 'Jt 'F. Mr. 'and MrS Norpian variety of pro week was bit A. J. We
4 > Jfoflfc 4tr stains Cicen. are
IVihe have been
will 4 for
next 1
year "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958"S. Donnelly retiring arranged the "
president
and and Mrs. J. D. Doyle, also invited' club year which will follow happy fo have thank'6ack'with'us.
each: was given a patron saint by were unable to attend, due to the goals of the Florida and the Melrose Drops Third Game Huntley, Jr. Huntley, Sr. like
general 1
C Father Dougherty to emulate in illness of Mr. Doyle who to
E. M KAY REALTOR carrying out the duties of the of- have been the speaker. was federation. The inexperienced Bulldogswere
t Dessert Bridge Party Given handed their third setbackof The Redfearns Say:

footbal team were on hand to asK Mrs. Millard H. Breyfogle was the season as the Dunnellon
I keystone PTA
Keystone Heights Phone 3701205141514209ALL sist: the Lions. It was a good,day Introduced to friends in Melrose Tigers defeated them 44-20 last

I and over $75 was taken in. Plans CarnivalFor at a Dessert Bridge given by Mrs. Friday night in a Riverland conference

Water from the firehydrantwas HalloweenFinal Albert C.: Spires in the lovely lake game at Melrose. Top

TYPES OF INSURANCEWe furnished by G. E., Wiggins, home of Miss Bessie Rutherfor. scorers for Dunnellon were Levant $100

owner of Keystone Water Works, plans for the annual Halloween Among the guests invited to Brass and John Sease. Tommy TRADEIN

write Fire, Wind Storm, all lines of Casualty Insurance and, the hoses were furnished by .Carnival to be sponsored meet Mrs. Breyfogle were:' Mrs. Bass scored three times and kicked

and Bonds. he Fire Department. Soap and by the ,Keystone Heights School John Moore: Mrs. R. T. Cunningham for two points for the Bulldogs.
elbow-grease courtesy of Lions Mrs. G. O. Phelps .
PTA on Oct. 31 were made at a Miss AliceKetchum Brass ran 60 yards for a 'score
SPESIAL RATES TO DRIVERS ABLE TO QUALIFY Club.: meeting held last week'at the Mrs. Cecil Hook, Mrs. on the second play of the game

AS ,NON-DRINKERS I lome Demonstration Club home of the Chairman, Frank W. Fred Mason, Mrs. W. J. Grolick, and Sease ran over the point. (Regardless of Condition)

The ,Clay County Council of Harris Jr.Activities. Mrs. Louis Kyle, Miss Bessie Later in the period Brass ran 51
WALRATH INSURANCE AGENCY"AS Home Demonstration Clubs held will start Rutherford, Mrs. A. L. Danis, Mrs.C. yards for score ON THIS GREATEST AUTOMATIC
their fall meeting in the Civic with a E. Spires, Mrs. Allan Graham,
Center at Doctor's Inlet last Friday parade 'of costumed children in Mrs. G. S. Price, Mrs. W In the second period Sease ran
D. Kline-
AVAILABLE AS YOUR PHONE"Phone Those attending from the the afternoon, followed by games, peter, Mrs. Kennie Keener, Mrs. 23 and 50 yards for touchdowbfehrose'a ns. WASHER VALUE IN FLORIDA
[food lone
and touchdown
2731 Keystone "K-L-M" Club (Keystone Lake prizes. The paradeformat will E. C. Logsdon, Mrs. Carl Hag- came
Heights, Fla. the.Keystone Heights firehouse on a one-yard plunge by TommyBass.
Geneva-McCrael were Mrs. Emery gland Mrs. E. R. Starnes, Mrs. C. 1':
Cooper Mrs. Emma Lamoreaux at 5 p. m. and s tavet C. Carnes Miss Iva HillYer Mrs. That made 'it 25-6 at half, .. Lr
time.
t Mrs. Helen Egan, Mrs. A..R. Chapman ; promptly at 5:30: proceeding Edna Nilson, Mrs. R. P. Hollis, : i
DllfLDINA' Lumber Hardware Paint and Mrs. Doyer. Lawrence Boulevard to the Key- Mrs. H. E. 'Hussey, Mrs. T. J. In the third quarter Brass raced

Cement Concrete Blocks Final plans for the Annual Ba: stone Park, where judging will Hawes Jr.t Mrs. Spires, and Mrs. 53 yards for a touchdown and

zaar were made. This is the only take place. Prizes will be awarded, Breyfogle. Sease added'the point. Bass then

SQPPUB.Precast U Lintels money-making project of the I according to age group, for the We are happy to welcomeColonp.1 raced 64 yards for another score.

All Lengths council, and all the clubs over the prettiest, ugliest, and most o 1- Emma E. Vogel to our Melrose got one score in the "

0 county participate, to make it a ginal. community. She has lived in Keystone third quarter when Bass ran one

Lighting Fixtures success. This year," it will be heldon In the park, there will also be Heights for the past few yard. This gave the Tigers a 38-12 ,d -

Saturday, Dec. 6, from 9:30 a. booths for food and carnival type years, but moved to Melrose lastweek. ed ge going into the final quarter.

m. to 8:00: p. m. in the ,V: I. A. games which can be enjoyed by A 50-yard pass,from Patrick

ROY W. TYREBROOKLYN Building, Green,',Cove Springs. all ages. In addition to cost Col. Vogel was director of all Douglas gave Dunnellon its final .

The more than 40 members prizes, there will be prizes for tithe physical therapy activities in the score. Bass ran 30 yards for the q i.' Only

SUPPLY HOUSEPhone from throughout the county enJOYed games, and ground prizes for Army, for which was awarded the Bulldog's last touchdown and he I ; : '
a covered dish luncheon al those attending. Legion of Merit. kicked the two points. ( .
2741 noon. Miss Helen Holstein district After the war she became .;..:):" ,
Keystone Heights, Fla. The following committee chairmen First This gives Melrse a 0-3 record : ,:
agent, and Mrs. Margaret Nelson,I will meet Monday, Oct. 13, Director of the Women's Medical Dunnellon is 2-1. ;..' r.I r.. hiS
Clay County's new agent, wereI Specialists Corps consisting' f .
of ,
Next I "
at 8 p. m. at the school for final week finds the bulldogs at < "
honored 'guests. Dietitians Physical ; t I
planning: Parade, Bill Beam; Therapistsand Hawthorne for a fray with the f :1 I Ii
Your Receipt -- None Better The next Council meeting will Judging; S. E. McKay; Parade In Occupational 1956 Therapists. Hornets. } :' ,:' .. :' Per Week
be held the 4th Tuesday in January the Colonel Emma E. \ ,
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Prizes, Mrs. Gay Livingston; Public Score by quarters were: "
at Green Cove.Let's Vogel trophy was established by D 13 I if After Small
12 13 ,
Go To The Movies! Address System, A. E. Anthony; the Department of the Army for 6-44 r .. ,
,One night ,this month William Electricity, Anthony Baker;, Dinner the winner' of the All-Army Wo M- 0 6 6 8-20 \ -. ,.. .. -----".! I Down
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Mrs. H. Sutton: Hot Dogs,, men's Golf ..
Lee
is planning to show a movie, Championship. := 7LEE'S -- ...
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Lions ;::;;
Club Peters Payment
D. Hamburgers
; It
the entire proceeds of which will was recently announced th
i go for the uniforms of the Keystone Rotary Club, E. T. Martin; Colonel Vogel's name will be 'r

Heights School Football Coffee Clay Electric, T. Millican: cluded in the first edition L LBooth DRIVE-IN? % .I.Ie J orTradein

Team. Another evidence the interest Cokes C. Terrell';; Publicity and. "Who's Who of American W y

t Keystoners take in the Ground Prizes C. McGlave; > i men" now in the process of being ,/s
younger generation. The exact Layout R. Tyre; Cashier., Miss compiled. Col. Vogel retired from THEATRE ----

if it's the check ;you sign, it's the best date-of the movie will probablybe Kate Mansfield; Booth Prizes F, the United States Army November Phone 4113 Before you buy any Washer at Any Price compare

announced .in the next issueand Harris; Dart Booth,. Mrs.. Bunce 30, 1951. feature for feature. You'll agree that Hotpoint beats

receipt you can have. Always pay by check the Lions Club'will be selling and :Mrs.Massa. Shooting Gallery Mr. and Mrs. H. Fain Martof to Keystone Heights, Fla. 'em all. '

e tickets in advance of that date Lindsey Walker; Pony Rides; E. Tampa and Mrs. R. F.' Gano .
for security and convenience. Bank by mail So let's go to a movie, and help] Williams: Bean Bag Toss GeorgeSchaeffer of Brooker were guests of Mr.

for saved 1- time and the' tean1! ; Ball Toss J. Donnelly; and Mrs. Ovid R. Gano and Fri., Sat. Oct. 10, 11
effort. Woman's Club To,Hold i daughter Melissa
Fish Pond,.Mrs. Lovorn; Country Ann in their
First Business Meeting Store, Mrs. E. Fox; Bottle Throw, Lake Swan home recently. Mrs.: HARRY BLACK

The first business meeting of A. Brow Penny Pitch, H. Hall. Paul Teddler and children'Gene, AND THE TIGER I
BANKING HOURS
Mon. thru Thurs. the Keystone Heights WomClub an's Joyce, Mike and Ricky, and Mr

9:00 A.M. 2:00: P.M. for the 1958.59 term,.will be I. This of is the the PTA one each big year financialproject and and Mrs. Charles West were also Stewart Granger Barbara Rush A4 __ _

held Tuesday afternoon 14 recent guests of
Oct. the Ganos.
f r DRIVE-IN WINDOW Mon thru Thurs. the support of the public is urgently Mr. Sun., Mon. Oct. 12, 1 3'
at 3 p. m. in the club house. Pol and Mrs. James B. Lacky
9:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M. lowing the business on hand, refreshments needed.. are home from thenvacation.. STAGE STRUCK We Meet AD Advertised PricesREDFEARN'S

will be served. We would like -to welcome: Mr.
FRIDAyS 9:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M.
: FIRST
Notice Of Change Of Date BAPTIST CHURCH and Mrs. Willie Iseman and family With Henry Fonda

CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY The regular meeting date of the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA to Melrose. AND II
Keystone-Lake Geneva McCra Also new to our
community
are
THE Home Demonstration Club will be J. R. Smith, pastor Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Seykoraand A Trip To

KEYSTONE STATE BANK changed for this month only. to Copeland, Minister of Music and daughter.Mr. Disneyland USAand

Thursday Oct. 23, at 10 a., m. in church organist and Mrs. Gil Whitton ,
A Friendly Bank in Friendly
a Community the Woman's Club. Mrs.,Margaret Services: Sunday School. 9:45a. : :family spent last weekend in Mel
Keystone Heights Fla. Nelson the new County Agent, m. Morning Worship 11 'a. n. i rose. The Whittons live in Largo. Closed Tues, Wed.. Thur.] Where Service Is AssuredPhone
Member F.D.I.C. has requested this change due to I Moving from Melrose were Mr.[ For Winter Season
.. Training Union. 6:45: pm Evening and Mrs. C. A. Rogers and J, C.I I 9391
[Contnued on Next Page! services 7:30. : D, m, I Green. They will make their home 0-: : '. v Keystone Heights, Fla.



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mmtnm'nrn 'f ln should be happy that we! have, '.- r"i." ... ..... ... I ,
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rt1J:! : 'Tu : : .. .,. -.. .ror-1.--r' :. > "
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leaders who -
willing to give
are """ .\ ..
KEYSTONE freely'of their time, energy and <.';, HEALTH FACTS

HI {;"Il LIG H TS abilities. .
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The members of the existing .
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AA A A A A- -A',' ,AA A Scout Troop are plahning a Troop- .. Mon c'RAIVCy Many folks" pace difficulty understanding

(Continued from page 1) Canu>- tyfor 1iiday"and Satur: how. pibal. adjust"

day nights, bet. 24; 25.'Thee will F'P K vents can affect the' Junction ,f

other engagements, and because be?more' 'particulars: in succeeding internal. organs The truth. ,is. _

she has been unable to set up her I8ehedale issues; : the nervous system' control, the
as yet. The November
File Department News function of all organs hi .
meeting will once more be held '
.
National Fire Prevention Week or another.The .
the third at 10 .
on Wednesday a.m. '
was topical 'su13j t'in Keystone
:. as wills, subsequent meet Heights with 21 members of the By G. T. lIugpusCounty benefit of spinal adjusting
i ings. Anyone interested in Quantity .. was discovered when a man deaf
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Volunteer Fire Department attending 'H' --' -- -. _. Agentneed
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Cookery for dinners or holiday their annual Fire'COllege New f ..... ...' .. for 17 years had his hearing restored
entertaining welcome- to comeimd Training this week.. Launching. Ramp At .Gold- HeadThe I r :'i.',<"' ;: 'F': ,..1.14.--; by spinal adjusting..

observe the demonstration I k Fall Garden Time crop of lupine for a few yearsin
planned) for the October meeting. A. Erwin of' Ocala, is the in new boat-launching ramp .5mal craft owners can enjoy location in the near future. Row Good .preparation is half the the county Zedra Hamiltonput Chiropractic care can and does

structor for this 15-hour course. and area at Gold Head Branch excellent fresh water lake' fishing, boats .can be rented at the park. jOb in your garden program. Any campaign against insects get sick pt'OplenU after everything -

Parents Of Potential' This is Mr. Erwin's third year to State Park has become: one"of the water skiing, or just cruising lei- ::JSupt ,Baylor extends in invit vegetation turned under shouldbe on a :. else has failed.
and the weather .favored him
Girl. Scouts. To 'Meet'Parents conduct these classes- in Keystone most popular' spots in this'beauti' surely on Big Lake Johnson.. tion 19'p b ,, both young well decayed, before planting he produced a mighty fine seed so For details contact

< crop year.
18 years of age are asked to meet having spent many years R. G. Baylor. receptacles will be placed at thissT91Ve1Ywnlyrratr.rrr harm root growth and.sometimes
variety that is so good for live- The
at the school on Monday, Oct. 13, in the fire-fighting work;: 21 years Personals-- -- --' cause disease in.'young, plants;; stock grazing.
at 8:00: m. to determine J I Dr. H. G.
p.
in the Jacksonville Fire Depart A fertilizer'is: Bellinger ;
good garden 66'6
Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski nutl a Lupine is a legume, remember,
there ment three the FLORAHOMEAND
are enough interested girls years in Navy formula.,
'
The :vegetables
left by plane on Tuesday for Wilmington Tm wehave1 high in protein and also leaves Chiropractic Offices
to fprm a Keystone Heights : Fire-fighting and eight :
program
.. Troop ,
most
of during the winter
I
I Del. for a business and GRANDIN'By : : nitrogen in the soil. You can'tplant 426 N. Walnut St.
Girl-Scouting is for all"girls who years with the Florida" ,State Fire | (91 are the ones that.need nitrogen.
better
R1Y a dual-purpose
pleasure trip. They are staying crop. Phone 4-2881 Starkeor
College.All WO
want to belong, according to MarJorie with Mr. Pawlikowski's father during DaneAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Do'J t get a:!formula with the You might call Z. W. Hamilton -

W, Culmer/Girl Scout Leader. phases of fire-fighting techniques their visit in Wilmington. The : lust being the sman st.. :The, first; at Brc'oker for more information.

.Parents. in Keystone. ----- ,Heights- ts are being covered, including They will return.home this Sunday. .i. l-* figure is nitrogen.Seed He and the boys are out most of 728 E. University

the methods of extinguishing' gasoline night. Mr. and Mrs: Calvin Price of PastEdited germination and early root the day, so mealtime or night is Phone 6-3238 Gainesville

and electrical fires.: 'Mrs Bryan Nation from Jamaica Silver Lake were guests of Mr. growth is often damaged by mole- the best time to call.

The Fire College .training will British West Indies, is 'a Price's parents, Mr. and Mrs. crickets that tunnel just under tha ,
Termite
Control be completed Friday evening, with Frank Price, here last Sunday.. soil surface. These be Wed
guest of her daughter, Mrs. John J '>J"r-'P' ........ w, .."'..,* can
department members participatingin Talmadge L. Drake visited in [ BrAlice McGarvej by applying a Chlordane poison
FOR( DEPENDABLEHousehold Ruffmi, and her husband and ,
practical drills Jacksonville, last Sunday afternoon to prepared seed beds..
baby, Shelley. She plans to visit
That little "house" you have Three false alarm fires were
4 GommeroUl in Keystone for about a month. We have a good garden leaflet
Feat ControlS seen in the front of the Fire De- Rev. Robert Knight, pastor of turned in as Starke 'celebrated and bulletin that can be helpful WRGR

partment property has been con- On Sunday evening Mr. and Paran Baptist' Church at Grandin Halloween in 1933. The fire department to those who are not experienced RADIO

Grove 8praJiar structed to provide the Fire Dept. Mrs. John Ruffmi entertainedMrs. i was a dinner guest'Sunday'at I answered one call about gardeners.

members with practical experiencein Ruffini's mother, Mrs. Bryan the: home of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- 10 p. m:but the other: alarms were: Soil Bank Pron-an-

Call fR 6-2661 the techniques of building and Nation, and Mrs. Ruffini's cousins shall Strickland here. in' Flora-. thwarted, when adults caught I ,All kinds'of; information:
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putting out fires. Dr. and Mrs. Latham WhitelockanQ.daughter : home. bcgne small boys in the act. of is getting Brings You x

Florida Peat Control NOTICE: Ballet and tap dancing Genevieve, from Miss Carolyn Giddings of East ringing, the" fire J !JZZer. around about the soil bank ,

& Co '.' classes. are being taught on Mon. Jacksonville: and Mrs.'Bob:) Rand Palatka called on Miss Dorothy. The Telegraph reports "The program.: There are .very definite /
Chemical
( requirements that must meet
.day' and Tuesday1' afternoons at olph and daughter. Cindy at din Price late 'Sunday afternoon. I streets! ere,lulled l with,.the usual to qualify. you have you an interest ; Play By Play .
'I SL Anne's Parish House in Keystone ner. 'Mrs. Pat Weaver is ,
to ,
ti N. W. 16th AY reported number of boxes, barrels and tree, in this program, you should come
Heights. Contact Mrs. ArleneN'elsmi Mr and Mrs. Frank Harris en be very ill in the St. Vincent's. limbs, the usual number, of signswere by and talk to Mrs. Sapp or Mrs. .

at the Parish House,, or tertained friends'on Saturday Hospital 'in Jacksonville. mov'ed.the. usual number f yVatterson. They have the an'swers. .

... call Granite' ., ---- 5-20212.'-- ', [adr..] evening at a dinner party cuesincluded is Miss Lana Turner from Putnam windows were .soaped; .on the Sign-up for the 1959 program Football r

Mr.and Mrs.Lou Muir,, Hall visited friends in Florahomelast'Sunday : whole nothing verY' exciting-, r4. -.
must ,be made bl"Octo r *
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starnes, Mr afternoon.'Mr. .. Jl\r -
bout what you would expect on
10.'
PAUL'S Uw afl and Mrs.. Jim Donnelly, Mr and and Mrs: E: S. Price of San. the average' 'Hallow 'en:?' OCT. 10 Bradford Hi Palatka
,
ES strawberry Program Interesting vs
,
SI ..
fl Mrs. 'rank'Ilgen, and. Mr. and... Mateo visited Mr. Price's brother! .
1.Mr Since the rains there have been
r Mrs. Charles Smith: and 'sisterin:; -law, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ozena Green, 4-H girl of 8:00: P.M. r
Mdrose! : \,Therf, jtpds l\left and Mrs.'H.''L. Cotten 'stop- Frank Price, here last Sunday. Brooker: was scheduled to speak' lots of berry plants set. Those who r rr

,. ned to see their daughter, Mrs,, 'Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gorrito of on WJAX radio Saturday Nov.' did not have irrigation had

FOUNTAIN R.ETOI LIBRARY MAGAZINES Sam Gardner on Monday morning East'Palatk"a visited relatives here 4, 1933, as part of the celebration to wait' a few days. Hot sun. had OCT. 10 m.FloridaG tors YS',u.,C. L. A.
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*n their way from South Florida and'at Grandin: last'Sunday. after: of the year's achievement by the really dried: out the, soil.

{\ i j .' to 'their home in Charleston, W,. noon.' ? -- 4-H Clubs: Miss Green was on th It is encouraging to hear folks 11:15 PAL

ONE QT. OR. GAL. 0 r? PAINTF Va. The Cottons had visited the The Paran Baptist Church at program with Congressman Sears esay, they have, fumigated- to kill .

:Gardners on their way. South' las'< Grandin is having'a'"HomecomingDay1 and state Home Demonstration soil insects. Those who followed OCT. 1'1... Florida State vs Georgia
week: this program last year'were mighty
E ; hldl 1- next Sunday Oct. 12. There agent. Miss Flavia Gleason '
f
Htj&
will be Sunday School at 10 o1 well pleased.. Some were using
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Reynoldsof Chosen for: her outstanding recordas 7:45 P.M.SPONSORED.
WITH EACH OJfETOJU. JBJJY ':t.k Huntington W. Va. were guests clock and' Preaching Service' at a 4-H girl, 'Ozena h dfon liquid fumigant- and applying it
11 the f the S: E. McGays for''several a. m., then dinner on e many other honors, among them "
"We Eliminate the Middleman's Profit" ar. lays last week. Mrs. Reynolds an d: grounds at 1 p. m. In the eveningTraining state winner of the Health and having the material put in the BY

,'MARYCARTES .FAINT *ST !f E Mrs Mrs.: McKay: Margaret are sisters.Tracy has re-, Preaching Union Service at at 7:30.6:30: : Rev.and Posture contest.. a fertilizer.'special This mix according latter method to the takes amount Phillips 66 Dealer (Seymour & Bel Air)

-r)v t turned from 10-week vacation John E. Strickland, pastor of Lemon The famous of fertilizer you use and
J55vTempletAve. Starke! a n old orange tree
must, be applied within a few Terwillegar Motors
Heights Baptist Church in '
or 501 \V78th Ave'/.Gainesvaie during which time she and be:r that grew at Fort rlee'many '
., Palatka, will deliver the hours after mixing.
;fti i* >e two brothers, Earle morning
*t'- H. Mecklem: years ago'was mentioned in a

# ........- Pi.l --- .. "' ''-7< .......__ "..__.....;u _....__ 11. nod Millard Mecklem. both of: message and Rev..Robert Knight Times-Union column and reprinted Screw-Worm: Report J & J Building Supplies
Pittsburgh. Pa., toured the West pastor of Paran Church, will be I believe that I reported to you ,

They went by automobile stopping the evening speaker. :in the to Telegraph the original of 1933.author According ,, that[ for the week ending September Starke Rao & TV ;.
WELt flPs4'r Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gornto and 6 there
three weeks in Santa, Fe.- :N. M. writing about 1883, the'tree measured was only one case reported -
: little son of High Springs visited for all of Florida This
Cr; fen days; in.various parts,ofCarornia U 9 feet, one)inch Jn circumTerence Harry: C. prod
Mr. Gornto's ,
stepmother and was in Dade
: County.
TERMS S AVAILABLE and two weeks in CorI.JUsChristi and in some seasons,'had '
father, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. corn Well, you better not get overconfident
Texas. She Starke Builders
reports a most.. as,. many. as 9,000 oranges. on it. Supplies
to at Sunday
enjoyable tour.. d Grandin' last and completely; close

Prompt, Service free ,Estimates ''William" H. Smith, who make Mrs. H.: B. Sikes Sr.. and Mrs. Sonny Haynes dressed as "Un your eyes and ears to the program,

his home/ with his daughter, Mrs: Alma Griffin and daughter- Pris- cle Tom" won first prize at the for the 'following week en dungre

9, E. McKay, celebrated his 90th cilia visited relatives and friends Ritz Theatre, with the best Hal September 13 there were MIGHTY1490i
RALPH in Largo: and Clearwater the past cases than we had for
E. MATHEWS birthday! on Saturday, Oct. 4. He weekend. lowe'en costume. Second prize was week anyone _
received .. since about the first of
P. 0. Box, 528 ley many birthdays cards Mrs:,A. G. Hinson: Sr. of Grand won by little. Miss Melba String- August.: Thirteen
:Melrose, Fla., from friends, for which he is fellow. cases were reported __ _
in accompanied Mrs. Jim Good- in Florida -
Tateful, and .5. and two in Ala
of his
many friends '
,PHONE GR, 5-5101 son {ront'Hilcrest on a trip' to Mi- bama
dropped in to see him on Saturday. The Bradford County School i'I
ami.They. left last. Sunday morning Three local farmers reported
Mr. and Mrs. Fennont Tolles '
Board received a letter from
i .
., returned recently from auto having animals with wounds sus- iiT
-- an Governor, Sholtz stating that the

'f1J.q("8 Our Bimnesa. trip 'through 'Northern U.. Sand: ttorney;. General had ruled thai ceptable to made screwworms.by'inspector All inspections i DOWN o PAYMENT

Canada First they drove to Connecticut school taxes could be collected
If It's Glass to viSit' Valldejuli were negative.
We friends
Have Itl! and relatives *
and
-' separately suggesting! that ,Worm Cattle For Winter
CAM in their former
WRITE oi home
town.
VISIT .
the school board" and PTA shouldendeavor Dr.
Then they went to New Brunswick Bob Mullins' was telling me Needed to Build\ this House on Your Lot
to collect local property that all cattle out at the Prison ,

Joe ,Peters GIass Co.FOR to, Canada Mr. Tolles, to a father camp: belonging on 'the- $ERVIC.B '..rdBN.A taxes'e levied were .lean for school times and purposes.Th sine,. treatment Farm, are being at the given I a good time,! worm I I r w ,c. ,
same he is
Mirimichi: River. where they did I ;,: l' :.. ."W.: ..,
ANY GLASS: NEED taxes had to be paid in cold cash. ,, testing for Brucellosis.. I : ,
!
salmon
some fishing. After drI'ii v
most, people delinquent. .
We Design Modern Store Fronts
.J Just Pattern ; 3-g Robert J.' Batten, the winter season free of the most.
Mall' Us A for they drove down to North
Carolina and through the recently :"re-enlisted in the.t Nvy With" hunting.', season. ,, the' damaging internal parasites is a
Table Tops Smokeysto for an additional six. years in ceremonies graph issued a warning to.huntse rs nighty'good practice.: I

|313 N.W. 4tb PL Gainesville .Fla.; Phone. <<. FR. 2-4353 Tennessee, before coming backto f the Jieadquarter.s of th about the15.000 CCC boys wh This is especially true for young i r.
Keystone Heights. l
They were Pacific Fleet irf Hawaii. I were working in Florida woodland d, cattle -
.. . one three weeks The son 1 say under two years of
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Batten writing "they may be dears 'toth'eir age. Don't'g t the idea now that I if
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i ; .' of Hampton, he. has been a parents, but they. w1ll'make parasites are not harmful to older -]

Navyman since Oct. 1955 and\poor venison.:''. animals. Worms hurt all ani-' t.

graduated from the Navy's dental mals. Older animals having a'

technician school in San? Diego, Along with birthday announcements greater carrying capacity do not

Your -Best Calif., where he was stationed for I of subscribers' the Telegraph show harmful'effects as'quicklY: SS SSS
two also announced its own in Just
'uy: : years before transferring to remember that worttiing'catr

Hawaii..: the following item: "With or tle will pay dividends if you have. The Capri"

.. next next Issue [Nov. 10] the Telegraph reasons to 'feel they need it,

Pvt. Ralph W. Martin son of will enter upon its 56th Otulook For'Lupine i

Mr. and" Mrs .W. ,E.' Martin of year. Excuse us a moment, please,, Adverse weather conditions and CASH PRICE $1495'

Lawtey. : has been assigned to Co. while we bid ourselves happy returns insect attack have prevented. a-'

From Any C 8th Bn.. 2nd Tng.'Regt. at Ft.Jackson of the day, and' express a

.log.e S, C. for basic infantry wish f.or many. more. of them." Jet ProvesTo Thin modern 2-bedroom home i is designed for Southern Living
s i
training Upon completion, he will
;. Three Jalousie Windows and a Jalousie Door are among
receive advanced. military trainIng The school news took up a Be Headache

whole page.in the eight page Tele- .. -- .; ,: the r standard_ features_ offered_ in. this wel-coastructfd home.

THE NEW graph.' ..Big news of this October Will I Completely finished outside doors, windows screens etc. _
Be Sold
William R, Holder, seaman, 1933 issue was that BHS Tornado and 2 coats of paint. Partitions, studding and floors only

USN, Son of Mr. and Mrs D. E. had beat Alachua High football 'Permission has 'been granted on inside.
by
kathna Holder, Rt.: 2, Starke, is serving team for the first time in the the Navy for the City of Stark

aboard the destroyer USS Ammen, history of their games. Score
was to C dispose; of the, obsolete, jet plane
operating with the U. S. 7th Fleet
now at the
136.Edwards recreation area on W.
in the Western Pacific. 'He will and Strickland' accounted Pratt St.. it was 'announced at FOB
make stops in Japan the7 Philippines for the two touchdownsand '
a Council I
meeting
recently.
i and Hong Kong. Carter converted, ,the .one LOCAL
"\ REGENCY kick. The: present plans are to sell : APPOINTMENTS
Boys on the team were: L the plane. as junk and turn any ,
GAS AREA HEATERS := .:r; : J. W. Gregory of 625 N. Grand Wall LEI, Packham tLTl. Johns funds so realized over to the recreation : '

St.. Starke, is an Aviation Or- tLGl, Harrell [CI, Torode.' ,[RGI. committee. to use as it sees AT

dnanceman' Third, with Patrol Inman [RTl, Shuford ,[REI, Edwards ,- fit

Squadron 742r one of the first [QB1, Strickland CLHI,
Alter obtaining the'obsolete Jet ANY TIP
LV.Cw .QUIETOWERFML Naval'Air Reserve' Squadrons to Cooper IRH1[ and Carter IFB1. from the Navy several months

.( be placed f in the status of a fully You.will have to- supply. your' 'oWn ago in ceremonies at the Jacksonville :

qualified, sustaining unit. first names. NAS", W. CALL COLLECT '
Mayot T. Jackson
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aids. BEAUTIFUL 1 f Functioning' as a part of the'Navy's was.pleased at first by the interest
newly inaugurated COMMUNITY CHURCH OF FR 2-2587 ... Gainesville
: SelectedReserve shown by children
factoring using the park. .
: |
J the squadron is presently KEYSTOHEIGHTS cOOled '
His enthusiasm .
try E however. ,

'\ g11'Ther, 'P.C-? WjotfHU-I I .* flrf"j 1 I j I"This I IJhLUlt serving ins duty: its.with two-week VP-16.annual which is train-attached Dr.., James D. Pait Organist. when 'a boy, became locked, in a. .. ., ., .

..bJ.QI{ .. -.?CI..sCft.y.. Cabinet., I j '. I. : :to Fleet Air Wing' 11, NAS. Choir Services Director: Church: School, 9:45_ : neariy the plane airtight several compartment weeks ago.of. ,' JIM '

rI .v rwlll i r* et. 1: Test....! I I Jacksonville. Purpose of the cruise &.m. Morning. Worship 11 jun. necessitating re/cue efforts' with; WALTER CORP.ti'orld's
y ;
:
is:
..rct i to>> prove the effectiveness of a I a hack saw. to get him out) .
.. reserve ,
squadron's ability to
I SIoII4 i ct..1Ie ... .r I operate St. William's Catholic Chapel Pranksters also' broke the plexi "
M M \ Largest & Best Builders: of S'hell
II as a fleet unit in anti- glass windows in,the jet, leavingjagsejd Homes"
Keystone, Heights
'Pn ) ;i vxpee'r -'t k I j(l sariTl t. 'edges that could cause bad VISIT US OR CALL COLLECT

\ lnf.fIS I .t'"cC .1 *' SundaY Mass at 8:30 a. m. ;j on exploring
: !?! If opts youngsters: Gainesville Rt. 2 Box 213-A
,
: .: i : iXexi EfGITC rOINT the Hawthorne and Kin-
uu root. Holyday Mass at 7:00 .a. m. i As accidents and complaintcontinued s "'
aid Roads Phone FR 22587.r .
L__ ...; ___.J.' I vay you write.' Come) la and s. Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m. to Pile up. the decision
'Door ''o''fiRn-Dixje' Ph. WO '4-3551 rk Palatka P. 0. Box 782, hosted at '
II left you r Confessions before allBaptisnis'marriases Masses.: was reached to dispose of thplane ; the t"Y" _
faYftrifcp
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Phone EAST 5597J'AGE
i r : and instructions -. that was becoming mere otnuiSance .

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Tabernacle. "" TTlTTlTTxIXTJlTHAM torium of RJE. Eddie Thom11kins.P the educational sermon will be : held at 5 p, m. each Tuf. '\Y.

I' J ]) ; iB p delCarnation by Rev. G. W. Ellis, I Coming? spqn a ,r \\9 \1Ac '
Rev.. Ben Jr uze oj: the :p j ri'JE: IyIJet G S. S. ,Club inncipal cf Richardson High Beheld His Glciy" to be sponsor-.
Indian Missions, plc., headquarters
uOH" ,On'Monoay night the regular: School Lake City. Leaders are .ask-, by the Junior Church. tch ,this
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tllEWS
/ CHU at Jn the Ragstatf.' Gospel Tabernacle Arts. willappear. NrsJ H. IL eRae'r in. Ma' 3IcKlMMj ueeting C of the Carnation Socialvice ff( to carry on' the services Ipr paper. for the .date.: < ; .-

; Club! washeld: l a t, the home Trustee Day on Sunday in the abs Appointments will be" read in
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.ence
.M/s;,Alma Jettktns in Pleasant pastor. take City at 3 p. m. Bunday.lembers
u interesting pictures? of the. ,The Youth Fellowship "jnee.Ung'radfgrg pity. A delicious Sunday 'School will begin at 10 : asked and
Mr. and Mrs, Leonard McKin- .repast wa;\ served are tp go over get
various, Indian., tribes, their customs -I ;t + last, Friday. pigflt JW' .aad 4 ugbtprs. .s w and Ann and enjoyed by a\$ thq-; mem ,i.,'i m. with Supt, Irene Thomas in I a first hand account of the last

Church. StMack't. p.c a1Eev. etc.Last' I was welt attended ...and enjoyed. 3f Gainesville spent Saturday wih| : bers. The nee: meeting will,i be harge. Prof. Eddie Thompkins.' !session. E. J. Givens reporter.

-- -** ,, Saturday night, the teenage There.,were J 50* attending..! *.from' uMcBirne} t'$aa; ts'hir. a dMrs. I Monday;; Rot: 20'at( the' home of chairman of the trustee board is New Bethel Baptist Church .
Sunday-ehur School for aU girls'.contributed : ,Pine ]. !. rn .
Bcjnncml CMaeBUa! special vocal .eve .1 Kfr Bessfe"1Re asking all members to leaders
.; iir ligeL, 9:45: ajn. Morning Worship Sunday Services.9:45: ajn. numbers' and Bible" readings .at I )f 1: Loca Lewis_ of' 7 Homeland! 1 Jinn eyrandMs. : Road. .w f members are asked 'toprent and mate a full report. President' A. B. Vinson'' will have special
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11 a.m. Youth FfUowship, Church School; 11:00: tim: ,. MornIng he YFC meeting. spent' > Thursday night last, weep" Moody and : ? : R..:B. Cohen, reporter Givens wishes to thank all persons I program at 3 p. m, sponsored Lot Juniors, Intermediates Mr. sons, Raymond .nd Leonard l, and ;
and \ Prayer and Sermon. Communion'was with and Mrs. H. H. I for
served'at the making the contest
I
TI'idSTttt a success Mrs. Margaret DeSue in ,
the Interest
Seniors, 6:15.: Evening 4 ,and also visited the 'E. Cor Mrs. John Surrency\ were ..supperjyests ( Cqnferfnce : .
worShIP'j Holy Communion-First Sun- morning service last Sunday, following LeWis'1 last Sunday. 1 of
Women's
Day. Music by
4:30. Come of and Mrs. The regular meeting of the American -
and join in Mrs. Florence!; Mr. P. O. Starling I
singd,I ay. 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday l 'a sermon by the sponsor The next regular meeting of the Choir No n. Deacon Willie Green.
ing each turned F'fiQaY.Mr. { Legipn Auxiliary held ,
Sunday "tn was
her
morning. I to home Jacksonville
; 7:30: a.m.Wednesday7:00. pn "A Walk, with, God. Missionary Society will be held on! President. The General pubUc 4s
There is. a : Sunday morning after' and Mrs. John at 2 p..m, Sunday: in room 9 of
nursery for small ; spend- McKinney
p.m. Choir RJE. Sunday, October 26 at 4 p. m. I invited to attend. No:admission
children and a Junior Church for i'Practice ing'lut week herewith relatives. visited Mrs. McKiney's aunt Mrs. The meeting was called to6rder ;
| ; 7:45: P.HL, Litany and Fir t Christian Church Junior Church meeting will be but a silver offering will be taken.
older children each Bible. Study., She was accompanied home by Will Melton of Waldo, Monday by Mrs. L.. M. Royal; president --

ing.Our .sundaymom-I ,, 'Moming'worshlp, '1t'a:m. her son, B. L., who came for her Mr. and Mrs.'O'W.-Rivers: :' and Ph, devotion l led by' ChaplainS .

services l REVIVAL SERVICES Re.v. J. 'E. Sherwood: pastor ,early unday morning. Mrjind Mrs.: Leon Ellington and Royal After completing

from 11:30 till noon.' over VYKyK, AT JUtSS10U! r BAPTIST'' (Sunday School, 10 a.m. Lt. Arley McRae is spending a daughters,. .. Rita,'and Shad. ne at- ness the agenda President old and new 'bUsi- N 'Only one renewal
short time r- Royal asked
here with his that
Uiis Sunday Youth Churen parents ,
T"p.m. tended the KeUy
Revival services will be held the J. W. McRaes. He will ,be Rev Jof : family all 'members plan'' to attend the V with ?
7 date
Wednesday Prayer' Meeting, re'unionlat the hocneof Taimldse oorPolicy"
Oct. 12-19> at the Johnstown Mid-WinUr Conference ,
in -
GRAHAM Baptist 7:30 going now to Myrtle Beach, S. c., Gainesville \
BAPTIST CHURCH Church,'three miles from Lake/ e pm.Adult where he will fly the JF-lOO-U, jet Kelly! J in TiY{ ahassee, Sunday,,pet on Sunday October'19. The T \. ;\\ PlanlPolicy"

Sunday school> 10 a. m. Butler on the Macclenny highway. Choir practice 6:45: pan.Wednesday. day fighter.. 5",. meeting will start at 10 a. m. with ... .- ,>

' In:. Worship,? 11, a. m. Training Morns will begin each night at .. Mr. end Mrs.. H. H. {/ewis and Mr. and Mrs. R, M.'Wasdin' ( and Fourth Pivision Commander Star the for
Ladies Plan'is i way
convenient
Council new
Union, 6:30: p. m.' Evening Worship 7:45: with Rev. Spencer William I ', lit" and 3rd. Mr.. and Mrs. W. (L Conner and. Mr. and Mrs, A. T. An refs.d& ford Sapp Jr, and President Pauline OU 1 ,
son of Ft. Lauderdale as the evan- Tuesday nights. daughter :dinner Marshall! in you to buy insurance, protection for Jour home., r\\rc.thefy .
ft30; p. mv- Rev. V(. 0 Everybody welcome were ; guests of ions .visited the. H. M, Wasdin charge Post and
Collins, iBr;,.. pastor, gelist. service. to each the,.Bishop Thomas family at family over the weekend. Auxiliary-314 is expected to have S liability insurance all in one policy .with one
.A basket dinner will be held on Brooker last SunSay.. On'Tuesday a large attendance.' The conference premium, payable in Installments: if you like.. .
BZWAY CHAPEL Sunday <>Ft. 1% and the public! is I air: and M1'$.,,Lewis; visited Mrs.' Mrs. Irene.R tuff spent the is composed of six post and '
,ASSEMBLY OF GOD invited. A Bafcyland :Nursery! will PENTECOSTAL CHURCH HOLINESS> ,Ophelia' Moore; at Bjroo'iijer.> : "' : weekend.vith the; /ygalter Ratuffs. auxiliary units. Call- us for details-.. today*

G. M. Osborae, Pastor be open at all services. Ralph Hall, grandson.of the H,. in Starke. Church News
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Sunday School, 10 a. m.: Morning W. ,McRaes,"has Joined the Army,. hft,1, ftftriah ;
Sunday School, 10, .Inu Mom-, Worship Methodist Churcfe HAROLD C. WALL AGENCY"INSURANCE
I U..a. m.; Evangelistic'services.
Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic YOUTH VESPER SERVICE 1:30: 'p. m. ,He Js .the son'of' Mr._ .'and u ,Mrs.. "A. Recent BirthMr.andMrs.'Don. Mount Maria Methodist
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AT FIRST CHRISTIANThe F. Half of 'Jacksonville, and left Church, Rev. -
Service 7:45 p. m. .Thursdayweekly Wednesday "Prayer' Meeting H. J. Blount, pastor : SPECIALISTS
prayer- service' 'invita youth'' of the First Christ- 7SOmaL Wednesday< for. training'at (it. ; Ray Tilley will hold regular service on 'Sundaystarting 200 E. Call Street Phone WQ 4.4.&&
Jackson
ton extended, to, everyone., ian. Church will sponsor a Vesper ,, S.. C.CEJIETERY of, Jacksonville announce the with Church School, Starke, Fla.
Service Sunday night at 8 jo'clock]i :hirth Assistant Supt. Robert Dell in t
KLNGSLE7 LABJ5 of a daughterFobin,
,
.. Louise,
WORKING .. ..
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'-' charge. Love ,
with Ernie Williams, State Director MISSIONARY I = Feast will be given
-' BAPTISTSunday'School'S45 Santa Fe Cemetery working will{ ,on Oct. 5 .a ,S tlt Luke> s, Hpspital.Maternal ( by 'the .
of Religious Education, in pastor at 11 a. m. Communion
tBIILE : aon. Morn
the .
VERSE charge. The public is invited. fng"WWhtp '11 a.m..- Evening O beheld t.-lS:at AR those cemetery interested Thursday,":; and..paternal l ,grandmothers will be.;:served' at evening "

Service .7:30 pjn.. Prayer e ; are Mrs.; JIattie ,Collins; worship which will begin at 7:30 JPljSCOYEHSt t
Meetinf asked to come 'with mowers and I. \
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH each Wednesday 7:30 p.m., Every. other< necessary1 foots Members a of the State Farm and Mrs. Peggy P. m. All members are asked to

i lawtey one'iieleome.'Rev. H. H. '1[ tt,. of the committee say+' th y'n ed' Shaller 'of Starke. come out and have-your spiritual :
'A..IE., Massey.. Pastor pastor. "* strength renewed. 1492 ana NIIIV
'
r workers and suggest that 'you Come i ttte : 'Last' I Is
Bible school, 10 morning the after r Sunday Rev. E. M Hurley,,
a. m. come with lunch and ..
?. 11 t AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH sociable make it's\ nopn, or, Il tiy, ill fax. .-You_ prob;; District Supt.: held his quarterly [ -':; ,".. '..\...
Preaching, a. m. day as well as ,help t o ably will \ .
see "
Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Sunday 'Schso .9:45: %..,,m.; Corning beautify the v *1' some friends, that ccofcreacer leaders and ) 'r I ) ( i
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ta,1k. Bible Study and Prayer Meeting Worship 11 a. m. Training + W\ : opt scan,for Jtong time. made ..excellentreports,- 'We are /

7:30 Union 6:45: p jn. Evening Wwaliip glad to weJcome- home privates Ii-
: m., Wednesday. TTTTTTT
R? 'T T TTT! TT PhiliQ Hunter,, "
and Rudolph Coleman -
,Radio, program}, g ,t0. 8:30: a. 7:30: p. m,, Midweek. Prayer .
NEWS ,
.Qf'INTERlJ4gN : both :i r. V
; STTO-- COLORED in the U. S. Army op l
Service 7:30
:3 J1.; each Sup /ay over station Wednesday p. m. :
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,VRCR. > welcome. { leave for one week. Mrs. L. M .
Sjarke.1lOPE ,very
OF
ne4 Rt ,
PSALM 144:15 COUNTY. : Royal;,, chairman of the. Rally-1 t .. .., 1
) : Ham is that I cntfa u OF"JESUS CHRIST I' r "to- .;yY4zor9bp 1.., B.beD: Or" :1,., '\ the ,statea. -wishes t othank 'al ; 1 ..
I people, whose God B the LORD. BAPTIST CHURCH :state .
captains .
and their friends
Premillennial LATTER DAY 8AJNTS' 4 i AAAAAAAAAA 1j.
A
FundamentalI f .
Services I .A. ., for making the rally a tremendous .
Missionary. Seven miles south ofon' t&Q Sandal: >lr{ old I .
I Masonic Hall Parjy r by ihA puinLs.--inr observance' ,successKentucky! ; was the vrmMrs. \ "
Sunday School on E.Can of
9:45 AM\ Starke Hwy. 100 St Sunday -
Merle Pac k- The: general public is invited to per 9edby L. 4s "
School 11L Halloween.? The concert. .wUl feature ; : M: Royal tee, : r
ham pastor, ; m. 8a.cjamjent a.a-Hobo Party at the home of Mrs; porting ,almost $loo while ..
\ the r.
Morning Worship11 :AM Service 1:30 Sf.UUrs.about.; jcats,. Witches, t f
I : p. m. Everyone wel>
Sunday School I
10
a. m., Worship 'ome. Korean McNeil on Friday Octobe>s hrQonjs, goblins and "The Man ruonej-up states were Mississippi. Christopher Columbia> t discovered Amarfpa h 149J.ISince 'II

Training Union-6:45. PM 'U a... m., .. Training: Union 7m, 10 starting at 8 p. m. Get aboaid; F ram: St. .Ives"' wha.'had' seven led: by :Mrs M. E. Roberts Virginia then America continues to pyramid dzscorsryUfpn
p. m., Evening 'Worship, 8 p. 1 any freight. and '' led by Miss E. .
HAMPTON train; or box car eats. The program will he present V..Singleton and I field t
discovery. In of endeavor
Evening Worship 8 PM Wednesday' Prayer meeting CHRISTIAN.CHURCH, make<<; it up,thF ,hU This,affair is on'Thursday October; 30/Menv; Georgia led by Mrs. Sarah DeSueMrs. every -taosaproduction

7.30." ip. m. Chfistlajfl&deavor, Friday' 7.30:"> being,sponsored bythe', Duval hers:: of the"band will wear4 uniforms ,Royl ,felt that all leaders ,, medicine, physics,the arts end scenes ,

Everyone.welcome.. p. m. Bible .Study. ,Wednesday; County Delation; .fp the interestof ,:other'pupils may wear Hal- did a splendid lob and thanks you NOW America: faciS'the greatest clidllenga 'cf'clj

7:30, m. Women's Day"at New Bethel Igyreen: again a thusand times, The final 1 time OP SPACE 1
Madison Street St. Edward's Catholic p. Sunday Morning; Wpr ;costumjes. The hand willbe THE CONQUEST OUTER (
Church Baptist Church. the fourthSunday. total raised '
Ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship, on directed: by Principal Roberts was $574.34, accordingto t \
Starke, FloridaSunday 7:30 p. :m.; Bible. Schoo1,10 ft m. A complete dinner will be with Supervisor Shell'at 'thC p1- a report from Layleader William Just C3 Christopher Coluznbu 'had l ylsloa ca4

Mass at 10' a. m. served to- all the Hobo"guests' for ana A small. !ee'!will be asked at Holland.\ We invite'you to faith to discover America so-\00.\ wig Ijte fafl%*
Baptist ChurchJ. Holyday Masses at 8:30:: a. m. & "small donation: A prize afu'bawarded e visit our church. The welcome
NORTH SIDE the door for
benefit of the school d today ,meet end this ,
5:30: p. m.Weekday. BAPTIST CHURCH to the tackles,; .dressed program Plan nawto attend this mat 1 1on the outside always VerColeman a conquer now cnd3gj- !$

) Mass at 8:00: a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Mo rn- *hobo. Plan now'! to Join: "in The fun. first activity of the school. reporter of oil challenges. (

'Confessions: Saturday 7 top 8 tog Worship, 11 a. Mrs. McNeil has just,. .returned a\lItO. peJ AM Churfh
H. Mabry Jr. m. Training Coming attractions" include'oimtywide't fn& bank WU be dosed oa Oct IX Cduabut DcrJI
Pastor ,
from aAllen
m. Union. 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship attending th@; @ funeral of > I Chapel{ A. M. E. Church -, .
ltj .Jamboree
Baptisms, marriages: and instructions ) 7:30 p. m. Prayer MeetingYvTedpe'sday I Deacon Wash.i1''ho.; is the a Hula-Ii6o p "eoi&test o and''.pa'ity and Rev, .L:..:A- Sampson; pastor Th :. ...' ... ". /i!

I by appointment.t ,. :. 7:30 p. m. Everyonewelcome. father of a dear: friend *, !. rs. Le- for the chtldren!'W tcl1 this conference will convene in Lak e FLORIDA' '

>- .' t ,.' l ".-Rev. Gerald Suggs, pasfn ola Taylor of >JacksoilvilleFiesta .. :: and"time:! A. Chandler paperforrdate ; City at Mt. Pisgah A. M.. E. Bank-
ra; Club reporter ,' r Church at which time the pasteand r One of 28 Banks atSitar s

I FIRST BAPTIST Church-Stark t The Fiesta Club met at the A derson. JunieVHigb Sister E, J. Givens conferencebranch the Florida Nat B .\

NEW RIVER home, of Mrs..Gloria Graham and 1 SchoolPrincipal ;\ I. Missionary President will al Group '
J BAPTIST enjoyed'the i C. C. Anderson U hap be in'attendance. The annual 1 '
Rev. Lewis D. CHURCH hospitality at jts bes t' conference -
Hake, Pastor Sunday School, ,10a.' m. Worship : The. next,meeting. will be ,held at py'to, ,announce' .the'ddi'ti6n: of a will Ije} presided Aver b Y Member Federal Depot i( Insurance Corporation

Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town I ojur 11 a. m./?vexing Servo.aJe the, home of the"'president, Clarence ryas teacher, Jesse Moorij. Mrf" M.oo re Bishop Greene. All members are 1 '
.9 7
Phones: Office 234 Pastoriuin 130* .7 p. m. Prayer Meeting,eaci "Buster".' DeSueN. appointed 'by r the"Bradford". ., ., invited to attend. On Friday nigh'MEASURE I >
Cpiinly"jSchooleommendatioh! :>>oztrd re-
Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Plan now to attend. the prehallowe.en ; r
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SUNDAY SERMONS -11:00 s party at RJE on Friday, ; ,due' .to. the* oyer- j ..'.-, w.i."
A.l\I.-7:30\ crowded '
PJU. Oct... 24, starting,at. ;S p, m. Prizes ,.classes tPrpf. Moo Je

Sunday School ,9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. EVERGREEN&uTlST will wearing be' awarded; to;(the *" couple cemes'tO with some ds experience.Highly!.i : tra Currently m.ej sing }! O F A REAL ARQAIN.i ;

Midweek CHURCH the )most unusual halloween he is teaching'ii Junior i Iii"d'e ""'tt l i 1L7 Oi! .,' f '1 \ ; J
Service the t ga ) _
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Wednesday 7:30 P.If. Sunday, School 10 a. m. Preach outfits. ,A small fee willb :
t ing' 11 a.,m. Training Union 6:30: ,.asked"at, the door.. There will aittitent"ot. 41e school: Its is } '

A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU p. m: Preaching 7:30: p. m. PrayerMeeting be plenty of ',goblins brooms and neces w to)use'two. of'th'e' } rooinsLld V 't 1 )-. -,
... ffi building dutto'tbis ad \Vo doubt about it! Today r, we eat better, -
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Wednesday 7:30 p. m.HZ3LBRONN ./: witches to, keep you ia.4tltch di ',I'C"I i
Mrs. Ethel Young* ,reporter. o 1 :t ileep<< CQoler.jplay mprcJJ; We enjoy 4the.of ,,, 4 .

]Ruth Court No, 18 Meeting 6n Monday<<; 6ctober 6 %a; very: (i world's, finest Stanford r]living because

MJ l/Ol'ABY Most Ancient Matron Sophia fine chapel program was present .

The perfect tribute to \ BAPTIST CHURCH Royal is asking aU, member of the td bjr thV rta ia;$pp Cit\ Edyca-, '\ we use electrical s irvania, H to (eplbemhpme..lrve

cherished Sunday r'School, 10 a. 'm. MornIng Heorines 'of Jet co to me at theregular tion taught;by Miss' W. M/ ero'miy ) ,J h6 w pr .,brWi'er. tea j
a -
memory date and <: Theism; 4f the prqgramwas
Worship, 11 ,time place ; / Ye xha a y
.L m. Evening ; fcP re The'of skits \' e1atriceh.l .. ,: | was once a
:Wednesday October 15 at Uie Masonic : Prevention.
f Worship, 7:30 '
p. m. Training : and very ';tight! bill' i is today a bill for electric living
Every
funeral that. we conduct Union (Sundays) 6:30: p, m. MidWeek Hall, 4 p. m. Business songs were interestingand ; ; : t IIIR..
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1 is a source of sustaining Prayer Meeting., Wednesday vital importance. She is, askingthat entertaining.The : 1 i. 1 r.. I true: ueasure, | America'j jprogrcss'OU1 'a,great ,', 1
solace 7:30 none. (the members fail to reading r ad f1F s, \list yft _
and + ,
spiritual 1' pan.
inspira t '
toN
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tion attend. The Worthy. Matron has be administered to the pupils in t? pr ogres 'f&d, happier.
to the
family.Hundreds .. mCHLAJMBAP 'recently returned from an,'extend- the first *gradev8nt7Thuf Iay' of : i ,--. mode carefree feelectrically, ..\. '-( .
:I .
'J -., .
,' '"- ed vacation 'with her children in this week/Second and third..graders .-' ..... .. ...."'"' ,w- ----s .' ,
of details are 'ecgdomieaI Igy.CHURCH ', ,il. :' ." .
managed and will play the,same 'a N
ly Sunday School :15.a.. m. the northeastern states. She (@ Jajer

attended to that only a trained and careful. Uorn&f Worship: 11 L.and ly requests rile .attendance; kinill date. Mrs. C. Johnson h' reporter.* *>"* f.,..
organization can 1. i
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perform when the urgent. need 7:30: 'p. mT Prayer MeetingWednesday each loyal.membersyRev. Thut'sten'chpott .. fr .I-:. 4 mt KIM tiiaiiQii u m'I GES'r fDt1-;
for serving is at hand.DeWITT > RJE' '. The. PTA .I ; 14124/1/ u mmRIIA .
regular monthly
7:30 p: pis." .- NewsRJE :'--- meeting ,-, .
George chism..pastor./Everybody "? held its regular PTA meeting willbg j _held. Ql\: Mjond y n ,ht 1 -
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C. JONES welcome. 'on Wednesday, Oct: 1, with afteF the third SOnaay,, Octokr. ,. L.Q,, : POWER & LIGHT COMPANY 1 '

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE, Iresid'enl Levy:Loonon. i in:'charge.Devotion JNt P.mis.dtd:: aAe4, ta.at- .r a .. r I I', +--''r rvr'
r. .
SERVICE 1. yf t Mj- II ,
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1 r't : {kiWflori '
,PHONES: 4- CHURCH OF CHRIST was led by Rev.Ulytee ; sa es ten, as ttlerewijl 1.bii plans for.. lireear :, .. r tI

We furnish the WQ ? qq. \:O. fctfjfo" c..L. .O 'erturf Jf, aliinis dark, chaplain .Th, group votedto activities f oj; the te t of the t .. ... h'" \ ..... ,t .4 .. .'.... ,,' .

ANY highest type service at lowest prices, and accept Sunday Sunday .School, 10 send the president and vice wliiM1 "Will 1 $ del .F 1lailond : n. ..., ..- 1' :/ t .,. "\

We tysuipnce!" I policy! In; force. ,, tsup4. bj ANY co!paijj, eq a. in., morning service..U a president to,the planning meetingof $r ? l' e frhdstiaa s'WeQdto -.", ", >' '

i payment to part or fti full on funeral* services.' .Consultation* I evening service, 6:30: p. m."Wednesday the District PTAVhicb: : \; will beheld \l 1 r'at fF ,each;."of t.J. t. se ,#..,... .J' \ :J; :t ..

carries BO obligation., %- Bible. study. 7:30: In Palatka.. onSnday Oct.: .>f.Ji.; ,, & dinner, parjy: ,and { ". ,
PCfII : .' 19. The ''following eoptmit tee program! Principal's.,C." Pric \ \,
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chairmen wer?. appointed tw by the l f.e tdt, lrnlrq are, ask'i_ ,t .."

president: ;Ways said Means, Mr.[ PJa .nie t.t beMr _t \,? .;, .' 1'
Oil a.a: Ralph, Williams: Program, [ of ways and means "to mpa e th'esedays 1 l .\. .' -

-ffc: ? Fuel Hardrick Taylor; Finance, Rev. > Wy, f, fiM.4P.4 .hater % .big s .

DU, Bright: SOcial Mrs. Pauline Mehra,t o,,p, Jr

t"-. t 1 '' .. .1 c 4 Marshall;.Membership, Mrs. Ethel 11 'Rut: .eaPW' 5 en
Young:; Parliamentarian. Mr. Elmer not without, tragedy We r ,

N. '. :'W' O. .4.JIf .. I. ': ShelC: Each chairman will 1eECet.Vu at several finger? .1'ere xr r4 \ .

., : .. ., ': select hiS' members from the body.It empUitatfid? ,61 ne.qf ,the woodgutters. 4'i \ \. ;

"-, \J.. was derided' that all committeechairmen .. w. _J i if l4'l .
n
Uld$ meet with the 'Barents are. asked toeach support 1 t

president and his cabinet the school milk program and \ !.

1Keresiwir iil t' Monday' night before the regular send L.eachiiay so' ,that r your ., I

Heating meeting on the first Wednesday In fyiMfli Zttaay.>idvE TnJ3jC' and C001UCS.Hunntan \ -. "' "
each month. Principal Eddie -Tcalniaf -SckepL' t

Thompkins is ex-officio of all llearrl4r' PTA meting will br heldon. : 1
DURING THE 1938-59 WINTER SEASON committees and the executive .,1 the third 1'l SdaT"wh ch is ::

board of the PTA. All meetings October 21. AD ..
parents are asked .
;'Y9UR., K.WA'L' BE CHECKED REGULARLY win begin promptly at,8 p. m. M.B.'Wheeler |to'attend' this meeting 'th t "ire K 4 ... \' v

''Ir6d make .
reporter. can plans to Improve ''theschool
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AND FILLED s-NEQDED.."" Watcroak: School News'The l. program."' Mrs. M..: Tajlor.: ; s
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of pfiICifll.w i V T
regular enrollment .V 1
CALL us TO-DAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION\ Wateroak School 'and the preBra: +iterd;Ttachm"Bradford '1lteu f; -

: school has climbed to about 50 "The 'County jTeachers ; '.
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joiiioEeo.1 pupils. Principal M. E. Roberts is will hold their regular hCeeUnLillie g on t d
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i EI'Q1E: b'ably assisted by 'Mrs. Friday;,October irfwfth'President .. .

Mae Hid aptf ltpta &l ne C: 'C:''Anderson imi'! tiirie. :A Ve-

"( YOUR FRIENDLY PHI LI J.'S66 JOBBER ,. Chandler J Hotjf meal 'i are',servedeach port from ''the 'L d aliii.1co m- '1tag

. wK : J day and tjbefhildijn j Jr" put) ference; held hfI i Iji&A. ,, JMethodist
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Phone' '9711 743 sJuth\WahTut SU '> to bed for naps.beforehand afterlunch. trtiiveir, ..32M. IfI

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PAfiR TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEiK.-iPH. STAKKE, FLORIDA
1HUBSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1958

yyyyyyyyyyyY"yYYYTYY <1 the Wednesday night dinner guest Lois Lomire of Gainesville Mrs. 'YYYYYYYYYY
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TTTTTT this weekend visiting his parents, eriously ill In a Jacksonville hos LA"'TEY CHURCH OF CHRIST
of the N. J. Davis family and Mr. Dons Kelley and children Rev.
( BROOKERBy Eddie visited the Davises Thurs- and Mrs. L. L. Parker and daughter CLAY Mr and Mrs. Willie Green. pital.We (presently meeting in City Hall)
HILLby GRIFFIS
day. < Glenda and Mr. and Mrs. J. LOOP Mrs. Ruby Kowatch had as au>o near mat S. M. White- Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m.,
guests, her nephew and his wife head is a patient in Bradford worship 11 a. m.EveningYoung.
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis enjoyed -
T. Sowells and children were Sunday -
Barbara Sue DavisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the big meeting at Emmit luncheon guests of Mr. andMrs. Hn. I. L atrickUn By Verble AndersonAAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Mr.Gainesville.Rev.and Mrs.. David Waters of County Hospital. We pray for people's Bible

church over the weekend in Jacksonville J., H. Sowells. uuuuAtusu.ul.auAJim and Mrs. Curtis Harri of each and everyone who is sick. study, 7; preaching, 7:30,
and were the Friday night Mr. and Mrs Raymond Crosby Wednesday Bible 7:30
study,
News Correction Mrs. Cleon Hazen was Monday Green Springs and
guests of Mrs. Nettie Williams HornsbY, our brotherinlaw There was a big crowd at the family attendd visited relatives in Jacksonville p. m.
I made the statement in lasweeks' tand overnight guest of her parents, the homecoming. Rev. Harrisis
Saturday night guests of C. and Mrs. Leon EUintgon and Boatdrain Homecoming Sunday. Saturday affernoon.
news that Mrs. Lucille Mr. and Mrs. J. H.,Sowells.Mr. a former pastor of Boatdrain Radio 1'OgramSta.tioa
D. Dowling and Mrs. D. D. White. daughter, Charlene, all of Starke with members and friends havinga Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Norman
Green was working. She has not Church and WRGR, Monday, 6:3p: a. m.
and
Mrs. Paul Emmery and we are always glad
Mr. and Mrs. G, W. Davis, Barbara spent most of the day Friday of good time. The Bradford County and family of Lady Lake visited
been relased by the doctor and i is to have them
of Palatka weekend visit.
baby recent
Sue and Dickie Davis visited were last week with us. We enjoyed the : Singers, along with many other relatives here over the weekend. -- -
to see him the 17th before know guests ,of Mrs. Eva Harrell Rev. J. E. Norman pastor of
Air and Mrs. R. D. Davis, Sr. Mr. days visit very much. good singers, took part in the :Mr.: and Mrs. E. J. Manni and
ing when she will be back on her Evergreen T
and visited the M. O. Harrell Baptist Church and
and We finally got the two trees cut afternoon
Mrs. Les Hardee Sr. and the singing, family of Starke visited the Gordon GAY'SHome
job.About Lloyd Wood family in Jacksonville family.Mr. that have been threatening ourpower" Rev. Buddy Hogarth of Palatkawas Rev. Cecil Crawford were also Jones family Sunday
evening.
125 guests were presentto Sunday. and Mrs. Charles Perry of line for so long-in fact a the speaker for the morning homecoming visitors, as well as Julius

help celebrate the following Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. Gainesville visited the M. 0.,Har- limb off of one did knock our services; and Mrs. Hogarth played Mr. and Mrs. Arch Prevatt. Jones celebrated his 12th AppliancesYour
birthdays at the home of George rell family lights out Activities for Boatdrain Baptist birthday anniversary Saturday
and children were weekend guestsof Sunday.Mr. one time and we were the piano for the song services. with a weiner
roast. Friendly
Tetstone last Sunday; Mrs. Viola the R. A. Guest family in Nash- and Mrs. 'G. W. Davis visited without lights until midnight one Their daughter, Jessie also at Church this week are: SundaySchool Mr.
Futch of Titusville, Tony Tetstoneof 10 a. m. Morning Wor and Mrs. Eddie Norman
;
the night. Buddy Padgett and Gene tended.
ville.. Ga. B. J. Waters family' In Norge Dealer
Gainesville, and George and ship 11 a. m.: Training Union visited Mr. and Mrs. Lem Rhoden
Manning
G. W. Davis and Warren Mi2elle e Libby Tetstone of Brooker. 6:30: p., m.; Evening Worship 7:30: Sunday
enjoyed a fishing trip to Noonan Mrs. Joyce Castline and Mrs. cut these two trees for us. pastor of the Lawtey 1 Baptist Church News NORQE APPLIANCES
Out of town guests for the occasion Lake Now Jim has a good time p. m. and prayer meeting Wed
Saturday chopping
Church
,
I Minnie Atkinson visited the Son- were visitors at the
were: Mr. and Mrs. Truby Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mizelle j ney Dukes family In Lake Butler limbs and piling them to burn, homecoming, both are very good 7:30: p. m. Pastor Orville Brookins, Bayliss the Highway Church installed MAYTAQ WASHERS

Hodge and children. Mr. and Mrs and daughters visited friends in Thursday night. all that we [Jim and Bessie singers. May God bless them in Everyone welcome. new officers for the church
Ruey Tetstone and Mr. and Mrs Lake City Hospital didn't cut and pile and burn Sat year after prayer meeting Wednesday 0 COLEMAN HEATERS and
Sunday afternoon their new charge. They are from '
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mizelle 9.WTTWTTTTTTTT TTTTTW night. A
good crowd at FLOOR
of FURNACESWe
Clyde Futch Jacksonville: Mr urday afternoon. John Wilkinsonalso Kentucky.
and Mrs. Curtis and and daughters were Sunday tended and enjoyed the evening.
children Mr thinned
: the weeds back of
and Mrs. Douglas Futch and chil Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Martin of luncheon guests of her parents, the house by cutting them for us. Rev. A. C. Roberts and Rev. L. BAYLESS MAY\ Don't forget that Bayless Highway Service All MakesOf
Tampa and Mrs. R. F. Gano were Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Taylor of H. Saunders of Jacksonville werealso Church welcomes one and all
then Mr. and Mrs. Earl Futch and Now Appliances
we Mr.
can see Fox if he
guests of the O. R. Gano familyat Worthington Springs.Mr. visitors'at the homecoming, at an times
Mrs. W. W. Futch of Titusville: comes to catch a chicken during By Anna Ruth
Swan Lake last week. and Mrs. Rudolph Stokes as were I. M. Duncan and Mr. and' Crosby Sunday School 10 PHONE: WO 4.7511
Hutten Lee Clark a.m.
and Mrs. Susie the day. We are very glad we ; Morning
Clark Mrs. Rev. Thomas of High Springs and children of Alachua and Mr. Mrs. Chancey of Daytona) Beach 1AAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAAAAAAAA Worship li:30: a.m.; BTU 6:30: Starke, Florida
Carry Edwards Mr pastor of Dedan have done as it is, we aren't sol :
and Mrs. Carl Thomas, Mr. and Baptist Churchwas and Mrs. Buddy Stokes and chilI uneasy about our lights or chickens The children of Boatdrain Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gene Goodge and Evening Services 7:30 p.m.
Sunday
luncheon #
Mrs. N. O. Thomas and Mr. and guest of dren of Starke were luncheon either now. School classes will have a his mother Mrs. Ida Goodge ot -
Mrs. Alvin Cassells of Mrs. S. M. Mott: guests of the H. E. Stokes family picnic soon as their reward for Starke
Starke
: Mr Mr. and Mrs.,Beasley of Apopkawere Harvey Lane, Mrs. Lane and :: were supper guests of Mr.
and Mrs A. C. Tetstone I I and Mrs, Saturday Sunday. Clara visited the 'Stricklands fora 100: percent attendance at Sunday and Mrs. Howard Brown and :Mrs. LOCAL MANAGER FOR i
guests of Mr. andMrs.
Linda and Shirley Green attended School. ,There will
be other
Johnny Taylor of Orange Park: Calvin Johnson. short while Saturday evening.Mr. prize Nita Brown Wednesday. Other
Mr. B. B. Sapp and sOn of Holden Mr. and the P. K. Younge and Lane tells us he has accepted in the future so- let's all work guests of the Browns were the
Mrs. Atkinson
; Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Fetch of Casey of Bradford football game in Gainesville the pastorate of the Decoy church hard.Mrs. O. E. Crostys of the State Karm.
Apopka visited
the C. L. Atkinsonfamily Jim
Jay; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rainsof Friday night. for the next year. This sounds Mora Clark is visiting her Mrs. MSrle Elixson, Glenn,Stanley Walter Corp.
several
days last week.
Newberry; Mrs. W, A. Davis: Mrs. Bishop Thomas and children Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams and 1 like a long drive every Sunday: daughter, Mrs. Mary Lois Glense; and Bobby Crosby celebrated
and children of Waldo; Mary baby of Jacksonville were weekend morning for these folks. in Jacksonville this week. their birthday anniversaries with
attended church
at Pine
Robinson and family :of Cross Level guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Faye England's children have Mr. and Mrs. Harold Black of !a chicken supper at the Enlisted
Sunday and were luncheonguests
City; Mr. and Mrs..Charlie Tet of her parents, the H. H. Green. all been on the sick list most of Lakeland were guests of Mrs Men's Club at Camp Blandmg "World's Largest Home Builders"WILL

stone and children, and Mr. and Lewis at Starke.Mr. Mrs. Earl Green Mrs. Lucille last week, .she had to take some Black's mother and father, Mr Saturday night. We wish to extend
'
Mrs. Pete Tetstone and childrenof and Edwards. Linda Green. Mrs. Ann of them to the doctor for treat- and' Mrs. Radph Gainey and also] to them many happy returns.
Mrs. Woodrow
Branford; Mrs. Pledger Johnsof were Sunday luncheon guests Thomas of Kleinman, Mrs. Groover Thomas, ment. Jt seems they all have attended homecoming. Sorry to hear that Mrs. Swine BE IN STARKE

Hampton: Mr. and Mrs. Doris Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis in Mrs. Woodrow Thomas, Barbara severe colds, or the flu. We hopethey Edward Green was home again ton Crosby's sister, Delons is
Sue Davis, Glenda Parker Doris
,
Cole, Tommy Tetstone; Mr anMrs. d Starke. are much better or well,
Butch Tetstone, and Mr. and Mrs Paul Faulkner and'son Kelley, Mrs. L. L. Parker and Mrs. before' now. EACH THURSDAY
Mrs. Gordon Jackie Clark attended a miscel- AMMO Ii.. AMMO
Carlton of Galnes Starke, Mrs. Woodrow Thomas The Clay Hill church has AMMO
aneous shower given in honor of AT
ville.Mrs. and Linda Sue and Ronnie Thomas -*- Miss Jennie Wait Monday nightin preaching services each Saturday
Viola Futch, sister to M r. visited,in Palatka Saturday.Mr. evening time, 7 o'clock. Last
'
George Tetstone. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tim Thomas and Mrs.Gainesville.R. J. Jones and daughter, Saturday evening George Prevatt HUNTERS ATTENTION! STARKE HARDWARE CO.
Tetstone family this brought the
week. Mr. and Mrs..Bob Thomas enjoyed evening message.
Hazel were weekend guests of Mr.:
Lonnie Tetstone'Is home after the annual meeting at Emmit Next Saturday night there will be 12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.
and Mrs. Jerry Windham in Orlo-
two weeks in the"Bradford Count; Church in Jacksonville last week no preaching, but there will be an BUY YOUR AMMUNITION NOW !

Hospital. vista.Mr. all-sing service at this church.

We would like to take this opportunity end.Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Thomas of of.Lady. and Lake Mrs.Mr.Herbert and Mrs.Norman Jack. All are invited to attend.. SHOT GUN SHELLS e

t.G.. A.. Gay to express in the our loss sympathy.of his; Tim Gainesville Thomas visited Wednesday Mr. and night.Mrs.' Jones and son and Mr. and Mrs... We were at the all Highland really surprisedSunday church 12 Ga., 16 Ga., 20 Ga., 410 Ga. All Sizes For Appointments Call

Gerald Jones and baby of Gainesville
mother, Mrs. Emma Gay of Chief- Mr and Mrs. M. I. Ogdon of when we walked into the main .22 RIFLE SHELLS
Mrs. Green and Mrs. Victor JACKSONVILLE ..
auditorium and saw the piano EV 7-1141 Collect
.
land.Mrs. Pompano, Mrs. Carl Vancycle, Mr.is : Jones visitedthe
R. J. Jones family At Your
Jewel,Eddie of Waldo We though how much it
w and Mrs.'H. H. Colman and Mrs.ELROD'S Sunday improvedthe
singing of all. Even the children or STARKE WO 4.5311
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Jones of
were well pleased with the IMPERIAL SERVICE
Gainesville visited the R. STATION
Saturday.Mrs. J. Jonesfamily tone of the instrument, and each ,

G. A. Gay spent last week We little are fellow just did hoping his this best new to sing.instrument Hwy. 301 North of Starke, Fla. "If It's, A Quality Home :

in Miami with her son; Gerald

Gay and family. we think'will it prove will.as Our satisfactoryas pianist, JAMES PEARSON, Mgr. It's.A Jim {Walter I Home" .
Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Russ and
Pansy Knight, really got some I j r
son of Melbourne
visited
his parents -
music out of it.
the Ernest Russ family over
Our pastor's mother, Mrs. Chismwas
the
W.weekend.A. Davis and F. D. Davis with us in services Sunday :1 .
We were glad to have her and all / : ,
I I at were Sunday guests of their sister other visitors. Come again and be : \ y ,1',- ,, .,

Mrs. W. F. Bushloper in Green' with us in our services.We ', I

Cove Springs. .

t.;::;.,..". or,...'\ ..".1 ,I.t..I. 'WYYTYYYYyyy yyyYT.' children just learned are all that, except the England Willie :' : cChevroletat ti :. : cJ it' \: !
Fltr.
.,. _,; ti)1 po on the sick list yet, Lois has : ) < '
.:.: ,.. ..\\1, hadan :
-'-". -.. attack of pneumonia, the
::':.:!:= '. twvat 0 HAMPTON others the flu. .
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.....'.. ,i ".. \1..' "., night of last week. The TaskForce 9 9I
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..; ...... ..- ..... ,....: Dorothy Eiland of Hampton phone no. S. P. 1-4473 or S, P. 1-
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-"" .. pO' ..t\.,, Farms were married Friday ev enway: these people would appreciateit 'tff. '

t Ing September 26, in a quiet ceremony very much if you would notify i arrives > : 0-::

in Gainesville. Attending them at once. The name of : :z n; !

LU the couple were her brother and owner is on each collar. We a lee -

sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Frederick glad they have come out to try

Watterson of Starke and to thin, our 'foxes out, we need \ 0't. ,

Miss Joyce Ward. more of this done here. ,
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After the ceremony, the couple a
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REMOVAL SALE were honored with a supper at the MMTTMTVTTTVTYTTTVTTTTHIGHLAND i\ "I

home of her parents, Mr. and ..
.
Mrs. M. L. Watterson, here, withsent.

local relatives and friends pre .
Also present Mr. and Mrs.: I
Failing,
By line
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parents of the '
bride-groom, of .
Penney Farms. M K \.,
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For their wedding trip, the Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman andson ,

couple went to southern Florida, visited
the Harneys Glenn!
coming back by way of Staten ton, St Marys Sunday.Mr. A I.

where they visited Mr. and Mr. and :Mrs. Leonard Norman r

Donald McMahone, brother.in- had as their guests
Sunday, Mrs. *
\
law and sister of the bride. Mr. Charles
r Mosely, and Mr. and Mrs. 4
and Mrs. Failing are now making Floyd Norman. : ;

their home in Starke. :Mrs. Ruth Marr has returned ti + ,

Party Marks ,.8th Birthday home ..
,
after spending some time S % j .
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FROM NOW UNTIL OCT. 15 Ronnie Dirt sonof Mr. and Mrs. with her daughter Mrs. Louise & I '- rr..
E. L.
Birt, celebrated .
his eighth Kirkling and children
of Jacksonville

HARRY C. ELROD WANTS TO SELL a birthday party at Saturday their home, October near 4, with- friends, and and several relatives.weeks wigyp. th- w..MWMw. wWiM MY.v... .. TM1 t New might!.flew models! New money:saving power! !


his complete stock of fine Home Furnish. ton.After Mrs. Janie.Marr Youngston and .o ,- .
opening of the gifts, cake son are spending some time with ',' I Never before have trucks brought such ironclad assurance of reliability
ings so he will not have the of and ...
punch friends
expense were served to 24 c tol- and relatives in Charlotte, .y and economy to your hauling job. Chevrolet's 59 lint rolls
dren ,
moving them to his new location in YWA present.Begins New Year N.:"Mr.C. and Mrs. Rudolph,cwngpl Sapp of ,r in with new .ways to ride. high costs right out of your optrationjYou'll

Starke. He intends to pass these HUGE YWA girls of Hampton Baptist Heilbronn visited the Lacy Normans .I

Church met at the church Mon recently -/ find ways to save in every Series 31 and 32 light-duty mod-

SAVINGS on to his fine customers. day evening, Oct. 6, for their first Mrs. Zettie Padgett, Irene Austin { weight class.There's a big variety els. New Positraction rear axle in

meeting of the new church year, and Sarah Normanand her I ti. \ of Stepside and Fleetside pickups. the same Series as an extra-trac

with Mrs. Charles Hicks as the grandson visited in Jacksonville ,. Plus spacious Step-Vans, 4-wheel dory extra-cost option! Greater

FOR 15 DAYS ONLY WE WILL new leader of the group. Tuesday. f I : drive models, medium-duty jobs durability has been built into all-

Following the business meeting,i Recent visitors of the Lacy Normans > J ,specially designed for trailer application Chevrolet cabs. '

refreshments were served by Miss were Mr. and Mrs. D. U t '. and a whole lineup ofheavyduty With new advances, new Task-

GIVE 20% DISCOUNT ON ALL Brenda Lott and Miss Alethia Wil Rigsby and daughter, Mattie Bell haulers, including Force advantages beneath that I

liams. of Jacksonville and Starke. Mr. r tougher-than-ever tandems! bold 59 design, Chevy trucks'are

FURNITURE. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roop and and Mrs. R. E. Sapp of GreenCove c j .. A .new high-performance surer than ever of staying and

COME IN AND BUY children'of: Starke moved into the Springs, E. C. Harvey of -. -J: : 1 \' Thriftmaster 6-featured in all saving on your job. Look 'em f

Christian Church parsonage Sat Whitehouse and Mr. and Mrs M. ._, Series 30 and 40 models-delivers over first chance you get. Your

ON CONVENIENT TERMS. urday. Also staying with them for L.Come Thompson to church'nd of Jacksonville.. + \. d'. up to 10% greater gas economy. Chevrolet dealer has a model j

a visit are Mrs. Roop's brother Sunday t *< ?,. X There are bigger brakes in all that's bound to fill your bill >
and sister-In-law Mr. and Mrs. school whenever yon are able.! Y, ,,- f ,

Watch For Announcement Simpson' and children of Illinois.Miss :_ -.... '- .., "..-..--.-. ( If- :", \ I J
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Maggie Johnson .....

O/.Our New Location! with day evening her sister for,Palatka Mrs. Annie for left a'Sunvile.Conway visit- S.'Dr.Laboratory. Sha&fer,, formerly of Hampton of the and>E. 1 See the best yet of the best selle rstN-- / CHEVROLET ChevrolefTaskForce' : 59 Trucks, !

who '
: has been DL
,
now working in a New York hospital

week Mrs.at Jessie the Alvarez Chastain cottages spent last at of visited this In week.Hampton on Monday ... J See locallauthorized/ Chevrolet dealer'-
your
ELROD Salt Springs with her sister from Mrs. Versie i- -.;- '-_. .
High Springs. Barnes of Palatka .
I]has been visiting since Tuesdayof -: 4
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clouse and|,
last week here with Mr. and
children of Bradenton spent Saturday Mrs. Dan
Johnson.
here with Mr: and Mrs. Don SNOW CHEVROLET' COMPANY

FURNITURE COMPANY HOI and daughters. WANTED Clean cotton Bars.1io ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home were Pants, No Shirts Most Be

I dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Clean. Bradford Vcm1tJrrapb. Tel- I 210 EAST CALL ST. STARK, FLA.
Mrs. Bill West and son in Otines- PHONE: WO 4-2011
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