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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 16, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Established In 1879

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VOLUME EIGHTY STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY OCTOBER 16. 1958 NUMBER SEVENTEEN t

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Alumni Meet 1 GOOD OR BAD? .




Plans ;. Area 8 Economic Report Draws Fire

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At Leaders Here iIf : j.;
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"" 4 Representatives of the Florida in obtaining new industry. He was
Interest in the _
forthcoming Development Commission and the,I assured that this was the inten- # > .

Bradford' High School alumni reunion First Research Corporation found tion of the state agency. ;:
this week t 1 .
stepped
was
up themselves on the defensive at an: : Explaining and defending the

following a meeting Monday nightat Area VIII in the courthouse -, ,
ir meeting report curing the'two and a half f ,+ -i a t
which Rep. Doyle E. Conner :
'' '< here Tuesday night when I hour session were S, P. Ginder _
was named temporary chairmanof r _
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several spokesmen from nearby of the Development Commission;

the proposed Alumni Associa- Yt counties termed their economic Nicholas Murphy, director of the .._ ....,_, ..".......h._, ..... ."- _".'........._.........."...... ..... L-.I. lI
ion and committees appointed r ""' -"" '. ;t -p' P.'fJ' ..t
were 4 survey "not competent" and lacking Ccmmjision's Industrial Service ..... :;,...:)'G: ..., ."W- --lioo...... .ra:.... ...... !! ..
to get the show the road.
on .
in specific suggestions.The
Division, Earl T. Van Sciver, executive -
Mrs. Chas. A.. Darby, presidentof meeting, attended 'toy delegations vice president of the First ,BRADFORD CHEERLEADERS symbolize the three consecutive games. L to r; Suzanne LaMee,

the High School PTA, sponsor of civic and political Research Corporation, and Thomas hearty welcome that fans will extend to BUS Ginger Thornton, Ray Maxwell" Robbie Cappt,

of the event,' said that interest : leaders from Bradford, Baker,, M. Dieterle, staff consultant. Tornadoes, returning tonight (Thursday) to Tra\i is Alvarez, Helen Kelly, Penny" Holiing-

in the forthcoming alumni Homecoming Clay, Nassau, and Union Counties,
Among the area's assets they Bradford Park after from home for worth.
being Center
i away: : Mary Agnes Matthews, captain.
.
affair is keen, and that took -unexpected turn when Hal
listed
: climate as good or better
she has already had inquiries from Y. .;Maines of Lake Butler termed
than 90 per cent of the U. S.; ad-

various parts of the state follow- -As... J. the report "disappointing" because equate labor supply excellent Tornadoes I
--- .""_..._ ; Back Home
ing the first announcement of "you haven't given us more of a transportation facilities; reason- Tonight;

plans in last week's Telegraph.The Members of the Starke Chapter FFA',Judging- Team taker concrete plan for development ot able land costs; excellent market

reunion is scheduled for time out, just before leaving for Kansas last our individual counties." Maines
City Saturday, to orientation
Friday Nov. 7, preceding the BUS fctaganize their said he had inquired among leaders ; adequate power sup- I
ear. Pictured With
clockwise from : Team
upper left are: ply; good attitude, among the Strong Perry As FoeThe
Homecoming game with F man- Curtis in his community and had
Marlow chapter advisor, Buddy Jones, D. Hitch Green, citizenry; and proximity to the
dina. Supper will be served in the been unable to find anyone who
Jerome Griffis, and Richard overflowing metropolitan of
Cain. area
Billy Dampier, who
high school cafeteria starting at was appointed had seen or been interviewed by

5 p. nu and arrangements will be drummer in the National FFA Band to play at the con persons supposed to be conducting Jacksonville. Bradford Tornadoes' returnto i
Amonj Thursday
home
the things the territory tonight ( -
made for those attending to sit tention, left for Kansas City on Oct. 7. the economic survey. He said area
reeds to do to be prepared for the ), after three games m foreign
in groups, according to the year the home folks already knew what -1-
advent of listed fields, when they tackle another
industry they :
of their graduation if desired. : was wrong with Union County, I

The turkey dinner will be $1.25 FFA Judging Team Competes but they needed to know what to improved government; adequate rough defensive assignment eleven.-- Ferry'sstrong
planning and
zoning; a realistic
do about it.Senator .
per plate and 'any alumni attend-
tax structure [ Bradford will enter the
adequate to take game
ing may be accompanied'by other Harry Stratton of Nas- I
members of his or her family. At National Convention sau struck the most critical note i care of needed improvements]; organization handicapped by injuries. Unableto .
dress out will be Marion Cottle
; and concerted effortsto
1 of the night when he charged that .
Mrs. Darby said that the alumni +
Four Starke Chapter and hold qualified young people in and Tom Smith, ,with injured r
dinner will be the High SchoolPTA's one Terwillegar.Motors, Western Auto the approximately $75,000 spent on
knees
Bradford Chapter members are Store, Nasworthy General the area. ; Spanky McLendon, injured
main money-making eventof Sup the survey hi 49 Florida countieswas '
the year,'and that proceeds will attending the 30th annual Na- plies, J &, Building, Supplies, a waste of taxpayers money.He The Commission spokesmen said 'back; and Bobby Shannon with

tional Convention of Future Far- and that new,industries will not come ankle injuries. ak .
be Denmark Furniture Co. said that Governor LeKoy Collins 1 ?
used I
toward'a ,vocational guid- :
ance program 'at BHSand the mers of America' in Kansas City, The boys,will spend a week in "goofed" when he told the into communities lacking in these Against strong teams this year, i .
Mo. this week. respects.: Perry has lost two and tied one.
1957 that
Legislature

purchase of "Ubrary'book& Kansas.City; where they will'takepart money appropriated The Area VIII counties They dropped a 7-6 decision to _
Billy Dampier, are
representing for the
Development
The committee win meet againnext in judging contests Madison last week, and earlier
; Bradford Chapter will appear in ; convention Commission would! be used to missing the boat by not developing .
Monday night in 'the I lost to Florida High' (Tallahassee -
high meetings: and educationaltours. i + attractions that tour-
the National Band, while D. Ritch bring industry into the undeveloped cause : i
school library to mail out,lettersto ) 7-0. Their with Live
game
Green, Buddy Jones, Richard counties and would not >be paid ists to stop and spend a few days
all BHS alumni whose addressesare Oak was a 0-0 tie.
Cain, and Jerome Griffis repre- to "some advertising agency" forgathering hi this section of the state, the t.t t.
known. Alt alumni askedto Last Friday night in Palatka a
are senting the Starke Chapter, will Tree Planter statistics. Stratton said survey specialists said. Fifty percent
make for din- powerful Putnam High team,
reservations the
compete in the National he voted for the appropriation in of the five million tourists "
ner by Nov. '1.Those who do not Judging DemonstrationSet '' ranked twelfth in the state, broke
Contests. This honor was won by : 57, but would be out to "give the visiting Florida annually pass
receive because lack the Tornadoes' streak
letters of
of winning
the local chapter at the Florida For axe" to the Development Commission through Area vm counties, they
address or''other error are askedto Friday. with a hard fought 18-6 non-con-
in 1959. pointed out. Many of these would .._
State Fair in last Febru- -- --- -- -- -- ---
send in their name and address, Tampa if ference win for the Maroons. It
the There will be a tree planterdemonstration While Maines and Stratton were stop i they_were, informed about was Palatka's' third straight win Wreckage of car in which Walter A. Jones lost his life last
year they graduated from ary.This in
attractions this part of the
BHS.' and .reservations will i bemade trip is being financed by on the property of the most caustic critics, others attending state,}jit was said. after an early season loss to Saturday afternoon near Camp Standing. Photo by ,Rupert L.

prize money won and by donations j I I Mrs. Nelson Green, about four the meeting voiced minor In nsv,erini. crines or the report Gainesville High .by only one point; Chastain!! St. Augustine.'Speeding .

Indivldpaizalasces.4rla-. from the StateDepartment, : ofAgriculture miles north.LStarkA on tU.ss. dissatisfaction, while some appeared ;; 'Commission spokesmansaid and the first defeat" -,of.' the- season

couraged to enter JfloaU* in the Doyle E. Conner H: 301; 'FrldaV; Jtct'JT'starting at' to find me atjnjth ::rqort,8n4 the survey was "only the begin- for the.:Tprnadoea: ,.,.. _
expressed hope it could be' useful Early in tlie'opening quarter the Autdfalapults On Curve
Homecoming parade Friday ,after- A. Lawson Brownlee & Chasteen, 1:30: p-m. ning," and >a necessary starting ;
,' as a starting point in bringing Maroons took over .on the Starke
noon preceding the\ dinner;;,,and Standard Oil Co.,' Carson Griffis, ,Farm Forester Don Championstates industry to this point for future development of '
area. 25 on the' gift of a poor punt.
several classes have already made Starke Builders Supplies,. Florida i that all interested the area.
personsare
Sen. Tom Adams of Clay-Baker, Halfback Roy Livingston raced
Starke Man Loses Life Woman HurtWalter
plans to do so,-Mrs..Darby said. Power & Light Co. Carl Ritch, invited to attend. while commending the report in In the'absence of T. H. Slade.president 21 yards to the 4 on the first ,
of the
general, took the Research Corp- Starke Chamberof play and then went over from
Aster Jones, of 'Starke
Commerce, Guy Andrews welcomed [
oration to task for not recognizingwork I there on the next. The attemptedPAT
.
the visitors to Starke and 43-year-old bulldozer operator died I
already under try failed, as did the follow-
in the
way expressed..appreciation to the De- last Saturday afternoon of injuries Director ArrivesTo
area, such as Clay ,County's development ing two. !
velopment Commission and Re-: received when the car he was I
A Tornado fumble on their 10
corporation
and Baker went out of control onf
Fill
search Corporation personnel for driving 1 C of'CExecutive
County's planning project. was recovered by Harry Livingston -
their efforts a highway 16 curve, east of Camp ,i
Rep. Doyle E. Conner of Starke and three plays later the
aYa +.; Y Congressman Billy Matthews of Maroon's Lemmond scored Blanding. i j PostRobert
s ii wt" expressed Jimmy
concern .
to
as whether or Gainesville Jones' companion, and owner of:
and Sen.
Charley E.
not the from three'yards out.
Commission would followup Johns of Starke the car, Mrs. Mary Louise Car-'
the were among the The final Palatka score came as
initial survey and give as- other distinguished visitors ,ter, 24, of Penney Farms, received j H. Mclntire arrived here
hearing the Maroons had driven from their I
sistance to
the individual Tuesday to assume his duties as
counties the a fractured left arm, multiple lacerations -
report.Midgets. _
43 to the Bradford 20, only to lose
executive director of the Starke
1 1I
7/i t'n of head and body, and]
v .wr the ball on a fumble. Unable to 'I and Bradford County Chamber of
Youths ,possible internal injuries. She
Held. Score move, the Tornadoes punted. The i was brought ,to Bradford County I Commerce. He said that he, will

ball bounced off ,one ,Maroon and spend the first few days becoming
Hospital for emergency treatment!
5 33-7 then R. Livingston grabbed it out I with the businessmen
'VictoryOver acquainted
and later transferred to the Jacksonville -
On Forgery CountG of the and streaked 32 yards and women of the communityand
Naval Air Station Hos-|
for a touchdown. In the
FernandinaThe pital, where she is recovering getting squared away
fJ In the closing minutes of the office in order to begin a, fuQ
State Trooper A. J. King, whO
Hoiten 16-year-old BHS Midgets clobbered [Continued 'on Page 51 investigated the accident, said the chamber program by Nov. 1.

Brooksville Fernandina with a 33-7 Mr. McIntire to ,Starke
youth, victory comes
will be
...M held to car was going in excess of 100
r answer to Circuit Court here on last Saturday morning. Coach Mrs. Mack Futch miles per, hour and went out of from Fostoria, Ohio, u'here.he recently -
John Manning'got to play as C of C director
every resigned
a forgery'charge, following Named ChairmanOf control on a long curve Just west
a Midget making the trip in this ,
in order to. accept= the position
of the Satsuma Fire ,tower. King
hearing before
Juvenile Court lop-sided game played on the Fer 58 Seal SaleMrs. here. He has 'been in chamber ot:
said the car, a 1957 Chevrolet
Judge T. A. Yawn Wednesday nandina field.Starke's'touchdowns. commerce work for the past .ten
[ skidded and'rolled for a distance
morning. The juvenile was re- were scor- ., Mack Futch has been appointed ''of 578 feet, and was a total years and has a business administration -

leased ,in the ed by Bin Dowtng, Leonard bugger Tuberculosis Seal Sales!I education background.
custody or,his par- wreck. Jones and :Mrs. Carter
accounting tor two each, and chairman fpr .1958 by Bill Soto,j
cuts
were driving west at the time of
Marshal, Starling, one. Starling president of the Bradford County i'
His Three Men
Hoiten the accident. body was Young
and Odell Drawoy, 19, also ran over three extra points. Tuberculosis and Health AssocIa-

i.ts. of two Brooker checks, are accused of forging Gary Kuba, Jack McComb, and tion. ]i''when' thrown it 140 overturned.feet from the car Enlist In' Army '.

on Clyde Cone of Bill Jackson turned in good defensive Mr. Soto attended the quarterly;,
Born in Clay County on Aug.
3 Brooker and cashing them at loc I performances for Starke. directors meeting of the Florida Three young men from this area
al i: 6, 1915, Jones was the son of the
places of business. One check. The :Midgets'will meet a strong Tuberculosis and Health Association -1 enlisted in the Regular Army dur-

. 'BHS Band Ready For Gator GrowlIt was for $50, and one for '30. i Meirose team' here, on Saturday, as representative of the locals late Harris,Robert Jones Jones of ,Starke.and Mrs.Besides k;dna ing September, according to M.

Drawdy was placed under $1,000 Oct. 25, at 7:30( pjn. Meirose ha chapter. Mrs. Sam McUarvey,1 i Sgt. Denton Gaster, Army recruiter -
bond o'f his mother, he is survived by his '
on each
Kill be a busy weekend for the prizeninning day afternoon at .1:30. his cases the two chargesand an unbroken win record of three director at large of FTHA:: and j wife. Mrs. Annie Cox Jones ot with the Gainesville! office.

were bound over to games so far this season.A member oft the Public Relations'I' They were David: Q. Clemens.
BHS Band resplendent In new gray and The Bradford Band Is one of two Invited to circuit court at an earlier date. Starke; one daughter, Carol Ann
return game with Fernandinawill Committee, "also attended the Lake Butler Joseph A. Gay,
red uniforms. The bud will present a new take part fat the actual'prorram of Gator 1 Jones of Bedford, Ohio; and two ;
Growl (be played here on WednesdayOct. meeting which. was held in the i. Brooker; and William A. Mooney,
half-time show rt the'BHS-Perry game tonight; as well as the pre-Growl exhibition of 15 high Pre-Trial 29, at 4 pm. San Juan Hotel,.'Orlando, Oct. 11.Bradford .' stepchildren; three brotherS;Odell Maxville.

will take'p&rt In the Gator, Growl at the. University school bands starting! at 630. The BUS 'musicians Hearing Jones of Starke and, Robert and Merrill E. Jones Jones, both of Sgt. Caster stated that the

of Florida'Friday night; \\UlllW'fb' will present"a new Mardi Gras type show, Held WednesdayIn Florahome. Army still guarantees choice of

.la the ilomecomlnf parade In Gainesville Fri- featuring steam boat I and carousel. Funeral services were held in schools, travel and assignment

the Beulah Baptist Church, near qualified young men. Interested

Fish Fry Set: Bel Air Station Marriage Licenses.. CondemnationA Camp Blanding Tuesday at, 2 p. persons, may contact Sgt. Caster

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m. with Rev. Jimmy Newton officiating. in Starke on Oct. 14 or 28th, or

Booster Club Loses Tax, MoneyThe Issued Here pre-trial, hearing in the mat- Burial was in the church visit the recruiting'office in Gainesville

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By ter of condemnation suits on some cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones any week day.Don't .

Bel-Air Service Station in The following marriage license 43: parcels of land required for I. Funeral Home in charge of ar-
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For October 25 Lawtey,, was broken into Friday applications were filed at the courthouse right of way on U. S. 301 North rangements.

night according to C. W. Thomas here during.lhe. -past month: was held Wednesday, Oct. 8, in

The Bradford Boosters Duo operator of the business:: Norman Jackson and Genevieve the chambers of Circuit Judge U. -a
He said that only about '$6 in L. Patten. Managed Hunt
will sponsor a fish try .and Mid- Chess, both of Starke. -.r
football at Bradford sales tax money was taken. Entrywas of k
get league game John M. Jenkins Hawthorne, Purpose the hearing was to At Camp Blinding
made through a jalousie win-
Park on'Saturday" Oct. 25. clarify procedures and
dow on the north sld '' of the and Juanita Albert, Starke.. dispose of Starts November 15A
Supper will'served from 5:30;: other technicalities in an effort 11i..

to 7:30 followed by the Midget building. The affair was Investi- James Edward Dyal.. Hampton n, tc expedite the condemnation Nei .

game with Melrose.: gated by Lawtey Marshal L. P. and Martha Sue Fmley, KeystoneHeights. trials which wiU beheld in circuit managed public hunt ir

Tickets will be II for adults and Rafuse. court here .during the weeks beginning the Camp Blanding area will be Miss Shower

50 cents for all students and will Vernon Joel Forsyth.. and Mary Dee. 8 and Dee. 15. conducted by the Florida Ganu Of Five Dollar Bills

be good for'the supper; as 'wen Elizabeth Jones: both' of Hampton. Attorneys representing defendants & Fresh Water Fish' Commission

as the game. Drivers Licenses from Nov. 15, through Jan 4. It"iU' *
and before This Saturday's Shopportn-
Tne Booster dub will I serve appearing Judge be one of series of 34 hunts
Delmar
Pringle, and Bertha
Show Increase Patten nib Party will be held in frontof
here Wednesday were T.
Supper to tHe BHS Midgets and Hall. both of .Keystone Heights. held on' 30 of the Commission's
.
the Fade department storeon
their guests from Morose immediately A. Yawn A. J. Thomas, Jr. and 32 wildlife management areas in
Drivers license sales in Bradford Listen Lawtey. Palatka. and jCbuoty Fair committee workers study layout of East Call Street at 5 p. m.

S after the'.,game.. County this year,topped 1957 sales I Palm Alease Diggs, Starke., H. V, Knight.all of Starke; T. J. annual ,event' which will open here Oct.,, 27. There will be no Florida. The usual $25. $15, and $11
The will
other hunts
by 150.:County Judge T. A.'Yawn Clyde Jennings. Green Cove Springs; commercial exhibits this includeone cash prizes will be awarded,
Cub Scout NoticeCub I Hersey.. .Theressa, and and A. Z.; Adkins Jr-, Joe. Jens year I.; with emphasis 'on. agriculture, in the Ocala Wildlife Man- as
said yesterday.. Ruby Lou Newham.i. Orlando. livestock, land school .well as five (5 bills distributedin
; handcraft''displays.{ Persons Interested in
kins, Parks C. Cannichaei, and agement Area, Ocala National
t' ,
Scouta pack "<0 :win meet The total so' far for 1958 is Jean Willies Holmes, and Carol exhibit- may enUtt Forest the crowd
One Fagan,;aU of Gainesville Tn County Agent G. T. Hoggins or Home Marion'and Putnam Coun- '
Tuesday evening .at,7:30o'clock'tn' 6,010: including 4,958 .operators Jean Morris both of All persons in the Starke
Oct. 21r Demonstration
Starker State was represented by Mack Agent Dorothy Ross. Left to riht.1n picture: ties, from Nov. 15 through Jan 4.
,the MfthOd1.i 257 restricted operators 890 chauffeurs trade area are cordially Invited
ahiL n. Fellow- Wm. H. Godwin and Gloria Ear f utch amI'a representative of the Kenneth Grider, Paul Hutching, G. T. Hoggins, Barry >Rabb, Also the Lake Butler ManagementArea by cooperating Starke
merchants
;_ and five duplicate, licenses. lene Cannon: both of-Maxville. State Road' Department. Don Champion, and Joe! Gray. Union, Baker, and Columbia U attend this event.

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..AGE TWO VTDnwtnn. 'nniikimu TELEGRAPH. STARKE, UT/lfJTTIM". -
TltURSD.\V., rtITARt'D 1A, 1Q.U t
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., .,. NOTICE TO DEFEXD --- i
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Circuit Court Bradford County, ed by you.
editorial Florida In Chancery. THIS nuuce shall be published THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Plain- once each week for four i
farmer's Pernice McMillan Andrews. consecutive
DiaryBy tiff, vs. Charlie Andrews, Defend weeks in the Bradford County Tele EST. 1879

Sam MeGamy ant.To Residence: Bernice Cnkown.McMillan Andrews graph.1958.Dated this 24 day of September, 8 FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER -

.. Two Wise Des/c/o/is/ ; You. are notifiedtli L a ?*tUiOfl. rCksrJe(OFFICIAL. SEAL) PUBLISHED! CONTINOCBLY
large tiurapg" if which looked (ot. Sfodiflcatfon .r -Ffnal Decree k.'Dart7 f rv .
.. very much like eggs. So whit did of Divorce has been filed ,in> the By Marian Clerk L Crosby.of the Deputy Circuit Clerk.Court lB U>kp4 Each T..... mad rNPUB Entered THE ao SAME 8a.MASTHEAD.CUM Matte

At its meeting in Daytona Beach last weekend, t'J M'.s. Thomas d6 but killthe: snake above are hereby entitled\ required.causa to;,and file that ypur you Objection ? 9.2$ .4t ,10-11 ;.t the Poet Office at Starke. FU. wader Act of Mar. & 1ST**.

the State Democratic Committee showed good and then cut the rascal 'open arid with retie Olet7C ,o f this ... .
Court, and, to sjve' a Fogy; thereof j
: judgment. in at least two Instances. \ rescue the two. eggs.. wpon the defendant or defendant's .., .
t auoriuy, whose, name. and. address v ,
i
: It is first
'
be
to commended for
adopting a resolution is:
Although there was a time when ::
asking the Florida Legislature to change Gooding and Ball. 1005 Independent
l
you couldn't ;
give in
anyone Flcori-
.. Life building, Jacksonville, H: everybody.
Democratic primary election dates back to May. da a Holstein cow we hear that Florida,. not later than,-November : ,, '

.:. ThU. year the primaries' were held in September, the breed, which has always been 3, If 1958 you fail to do so, the modifica- :"f";

with campaigning, such as it was, in July and Judging by reports we've had, noted for producing a lot of milk tion requested ,will be granted. -."

August. The experimental change was universally most oi the activity in the county is i fast becoming popular especially said Witness Court my at band, Starke and,the Bradford seal of .", bat -

unpopular, with candidates and voters alike these days is on the part bf trigcreeping Withdairymen.. Phil Shuford County. this 1 day. of. October- ., ,A.*D-; everybody. ,
crawling slinky snakes. who is in the dairy business down, 1358. .. a:
and it is hoped that the next Legislature will heed (OFFICIAL SEAL) ,
the There have been ,two cases of sting, laid that the dairy he is Charles A. Darby Clerk of the Cir r'f
committee's resolution., fconrlecUd cult Court :
snakebite over at Keystone, : with has Holsteins .
Secondly, the Committee is to be commend Heights I both by ground rattlers]. mostly and wants to get more. BY Marian. L. Crosby 10-2 Deputy 4t_ Clerk'10-2J Yes, everybody is "switching toswitches"

for turning thumbs down on Richard D. Barker Ed Durban for instance reports s r %*

a 9f Jacksonville, who had the unmitigated gall to that he saw not one but TWO Folks who haven't been out along fa the, Circuit Circuit,Court of Florida of the.Eighkdudltial In wad to' enjoy! today's most

: offer himself for the position of, State Chairm n. rattlers On a road, and that he 301 north of Starke latelywon't For Bradford Couutr. la Ckaucery. fashionable, most .
cooking
ran over the first and missed th know the road. It has been Case No. lY-643 accepted w
The fact that Mr. Barker received 17 ,
only totes ewidened Verble Anderson, Plaintiff, vs. set ,tee
second Seems that the snakes are for the four-lane highway Jack Anderson,,.,Defendant methods! t
out of 109 polled iDS thfc election for chairman Electricity is the ai ',asH
1 houses 'Order >
moved
a-crawling, and we've heard that curves cutthrough Qf Pubiicatiou ,*nd Notice To ,f
: speaks well' for., the"food" judgment of the ,com they art hunting water and or and everything, has been Pefe Of Florida
mittee. hunting food. It's all right with us, changed. Incidentally the little i Jack. Anderson, c-o .,GenevivaJonea ea rt1r

Mr. Barker, we wejl remember, is the gentle so long as they stay away from building on the .Swanbbm place,1 born,,;Michigan 440d Lois: Street, East. Deer- cleanestj-coolest safest most convenient 1o'errat: eo + .

man who, at the time he held the office of Demo humans. which the bulldozers carefully avoided -; You are hereby notified that a OrtttlhtBOlfi'' ,
S. for a while was a well[ suit in equity for divorce has been cooking method in the a4s'tflrlitt
cratic National Committeeman not only refusedto filed against !1>f# a.
It's std shed. you by Verble Ander- A itl
much too
support the Democratic nominee for president dry to set 0as son In' the.aboved named Court and : world See the
berries. One man has made hit isuse; and grand, colorful
up YQu are hereby summoned .; iehR.ts'et'
: but did everything: in his power to insure th beds twice so far, and ale still has We've been residents of Lawtey ordered and required to file ,
: election of the for the past year written answer or defenses to array of electric NOW at I iriaas9 a, .
Republican nominee. He
wassince \ to set the plants because the beds several weeks and i it lye Complaint In,laid cause in the ranges
repudiated at'the: polls in his bid for re are powder dry. Some like Luther: seems strange to be living in to\\'ri.\ office,of the undersigned Clerk ofthe' 'dealer's.- and Ns1rr ,y. 'Rllit '

= election as National Committeeman and it wouldhave } Hilliard, Lloyd Griffis and Troy after living out in: the woods forthe I da, on Circuit or before Court the at 21 Starke day of, Flori October your you'll know Te '+ 1 d O*,A 1tM it 41 s

.: been a tragic thing for the Democratic Party Bennett have set theirs out, but past nine years. We had a[ A. D.( 1958 and to,serve a copy i why the lady wise electrified # ltnotrets 'ilia
good time thereof on Theron A. Yawn, ,Jr.,. ,
staying
are having to water the plants to with Mrs, Effie 1e.rt
in Florida had he been successful in his ilIa 1' Miner, but in plaintiffs attorney, whose address +. +tae'tl'aOi 't *3'1 '
conceived keep them going. a very short time i, is: fopt Office Drawer 791, Starke. gee ,e''s w
attempt to seize control of the M
partymachinery. t. well be in our new, home. Florida on or before said date, asregnireti ,
: by the laws'of Florida and
Greens are bringing a good the. Florida Rules of Civil Proced
e Again congratulations to the'! Committee forits price $2 a dozen we hear. 'Now Speaking of strange accidents' ure. If(,, you fail to,do so, a decree M .r .a.
,resolution if1!a man had we heard of ajady who sliced her pro confesso will ?,e entered against .. t t S..
asking /of May' primaries, and congratulations a big patch of them, you for the relief demanded in the t' !
: also for putting Mr. Barker where and could1sell them at that'price, nose while cutting bananas with complaint' ,
he belongs --at- the-bet he could make himself some real a knife.: She lives in Lawtey', but I Thisj; police.shall be: published one
ternof- theheap:: money.. we dare not give any more clue's ,each in the week Bradford; for four egnseeutive.weeka
i ,; than t11a County' Telegraph.
t.
wit my hand and the seal :of I

.. The' Facts; Are Out. this The week dove and hunters some men have like been Don out And:' here's. another. although it t County said temper Court,, A.Florida-D.lit laSS: this Starke.:, 24' day, Bradford of Sept l Vi

ald and Richard Bennett got some wasn't exactly an accident, for we Charles A.,. Darby. Clerk of ,the 1 t11 [
Circuit Court
: At a1' meeting: in the+ courthouse here Tuesday birds, but a lot of ethers got nothing think the cow did it on purpose. Florida. of Bradford County I

: night, survey teams' from the First Research but a- lot of exercise. They Now 'everyobdy knows that animals By:CIRCUIT CHARLES COURT A. DARBY SEAL)Clerk J -c:: .
a Corporation*\ and! the Florida Development tell us that at one time there used are no respectors of rank. > .. .
: mission' made' : to be a lot of, doves around here A mule for JfOTICE TO' DEFEND
public a detailed analysis' of the instance, would' just In
Citrate .
but from all Court. 8rlldford County, HiailC heat
economic reports there are as soon kick Gov. Collins Florida _goes into FUME heat spills out all IUCTIIC i .
: potential of five counties' Baker, LeRoy as : Ia Chaacery ovens are insulated FLAME ovens are not fully ,
mighty few the food
now. he woUld Case No. 12-642 -not into the around the
pan-heala on all six sides
Bradford, Union :Clay, and Nassau. It was. one any beaten-up share'cropper Gloria M.! Murray Plaintiff, vs. latches! Direct contact -require no insulated.They require twoopening

: of a series of studies designed'to help the'state's Heard a story about Mae Thomas very. Anyhow the wife of a Kenneth NOTICE,Murray TO' Defendant; between the. and up thewholekitchen- openventsforburnedgases *-,to.let air in
very, important APPEAK pan requires constant.bum.sa I.
+
: underdeveloped counties, achieve greater prosper, [Mrs. Arch Sr;] It,seems that Bradford person in To:' Kenneth Murray; whose rear /heating element provides ing pilots- electricity, because the ovear rt ti If I hear std '
County got creates the
mixed soot
once
dence is
up and addrs oven fumes
Is C to into
she one time' ( : -oMrs. Ann up out the kitchen.
went
a ity.The out to gather with a'cow last week and the old Murray, 121 Queen Alexander Road faster, thriftier cooking that grimes. pots and temperature, it automatically ." '

: report"showed that while all the Area eggs she in the hen house'and whatdid cow reared up and kicked the wife North England.Shields:, Northcumberland.' ?, cleaner pots and 'pans,walls and curtains.. shuts off for full three-.':. w. ,

VIII.counties with the exception of Union had find in the nest' but a of this very,. very important person Your' are hereby notified that a :.pans..coolerkitchene. fourths of the time. .,
: rattlesnake! And it1 had two very right in the suit ,for divorce r'r. I
population gains between 1950 and'1957 n_ n__hnnea___:_. has
been
none approached T i filed 'against yon In the I
: the' statewide increase' of 52.9 .per' cent Tou are notified that a suit for you above paraed j Court and cause )and
are. required to
during this period The report' pointed'out that' the above has been named filed Court against y-m your answer Gr pleading serve to the copy complaint of- r ...

population density of our*area is low, "as would Out'M, you are required to serve and a cause copy Martin pa J. thePlaintitfe Pearl. 102 Law. Exchange ,lt' tint tt rl...,., f1 a* tltttrlinigt!,..
be of your answer or pleading: to th: a Building Jacksonville 2, Florida "
expected
so
an' area dependent
I' upon agriculture on Plaintiffs Attorney and file 4 the..original m the',office; of I :
and" timber as its basic source of economic -. Puildinf artin J., Jacksonville'Pearl, .102 Law 2, Florida Exchange and before the Clerk the of 'the Circuit Court on or m FLORIDOWER' & LIGHT COMPANY

: activity. The t Clerk file: the original in the office of the 27 day[of October, 1958; I. ''It,;; Helping Build Florida
of
the |
a Cucclt l Court on or before otherwise the allegations\ of said .
The-report'pointed out'that the area 'has 'valu- the 10 day of Kirrember, 1958; complaint j }Il..ba.,fWIL.as,,contess ;;
able timbei'-land and that economic activity generated l Complaint otherwise' the allegations of said I ..,
will be
Post taken
as confessed
2 from forest, products is most important 5 by you. '
here. f, This notice shall be published I. .
i .JVTuWthd-researchers edared thatr once I)
fI % f IEdited' ._ *1. each1fk for four consecutive weeks"''' 'I.. .
forest bonl* and'I maintenance1 of forest'lands, in [ 'Alice '' in' the Bradford County ,Telegraph.
'By
: the ar&Thas7:"been-negleeted in the past it was McGamy (SHAL Dated) this 8 day of October, 1958.

: pointedjput that # r. h98,'fin/ recent years been* Just in case you think rockets Clerk CHARLES of the A. DARBY. iet
Circuit C .
urt .m/J
b a.gra<|u'awMfejtI' fi1g id' thE! fact' that refqresta-- and' trips, to the moon are something By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk .: 1

: tion and fire protection'pay good"dividends! new1, a 1933. issue of the 109| 4t 10-39

r Many,- other pertinent facts wereubreughtlout,< them Telegraph.by Lester published Schnell a entitled school Sealed, bids NOTICE invited on following'ptroperty : t- IA1'f' ; '

: and. sugrestibn's,made f r'spe dffigvth 'ecdnomfc1' "My'Visit to Mars" Lester wrote: situate in Starke Reno

: development of our'area. It i is" up'to US now to- "I just"''arrived home last night section.The West- half of Lots '''I t : $"
and 2
: take this'wealth'of' material1'that has .been placed from my'visit to the,planet Mars Block 23. and the West half "of of jgf %[ ,*

in our hands and put it to work. The report is in 'my rocket. I have just been Lots ingston 1 ,and Truby 3 of Block and Company'24 of .Liv._ ". ; **

: a commendable service but it will be valuable added to' the'list of lunatics having Subdivision of the Northeast

: only insofar as we use it in de'veldplnginew-'ap+' tried this stunt. Realizing thatI ,, quarter quarter (NEW NEU.).,)Section of 28 Northeast,,Town; ." t PRODUCTION..Citie5eryfce drills,
Proaches toward. would! quickly grow homesick; ship 6 South, Range 22 East drills, and drills some more to meet\ the
.so ving. our 'ecorlomi 'pr blem .' lit"'the .. "f
'fuse and together with the household .
proceeded earth good nee'd of the
ever American
: Perhaps there is, the'part of'some''' situate in house; increasing ,
tendency on "
want: I hit the earth last night Bids ,to be J .; /11"7 i consumer.
opened at office "
of
: to i take ,except ion'at being classified ambng'ithe: and'crashed the rocket to bits, re-' ,J. Thomas, Jr., Attorney, 9: A.M.1Tuesday A. .1.' : \' ...
MunderdeTetopedv"' are'asbut ceiving- .slight October 21, 1958. Reserve ',. "
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: we might as well' headache. I left right to reject all bids. Abstrast .
:'facts '; my shadow half will not a.
face And'the'fact' is thaMhe average 'in- way between be furnished:
: here and Mars and am-expecting? Lula F. Hntto, Administratrix i
dividual income in the five'conntits"Of ArearVIII Estate of Joe Rouse deceased 1 Rt

a. is wel1'-below' the level. for. the state at larger' it{ to'arrive soon.. .". 10-9 2t 10-18 \ 'Ks a quarter of million.people strong,. k <.

I Now-.weiow. .the .facts.v We hav6 the1 mater'- In these' hard Lt H S ,my team : t

: iai ii to work. with'' Ifcis-.up to us to finish the job. to do some times bartering it was possible for .:,., ,r. A quarter of a million-peopIe..back? d f a r '
x
I your daily! need "[ ; by a billion dollars ut and :
that is, if' you' 1 :: ; equipment ,

had anything to barter]. Editorof M: N-r ;: resources people who locate? produce : '
One r' the ; ; ,
Telegraph
.. Nightt/s.Eno lglif item to battered devoted a small "I.i : ;refine: improve, transport, sell + '
a straw hat'lef t f

: Halloween-hits.just right this-yea'i-: : Frij cn his window ledge. He said! : "If FOR"ElERV :.':, : ii. and invest in Cities Service,products? .
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j it the] e : Small wonder '
a was intention of the party the resulting
day the nnual *
sat -Carnival-and trick-
: -treat1ng ]leaving thE! hat that it should be" :,.' !is so high the service fine' MANUFACTURING..At Lake awl!*.
.- so at
will tloubtl >
be'held'all ;
SS' en"the same day, rather i in exchange' for1 a subscription to ; :. my Louisiana, and elsewhere around tie
I than 'spreading out over severaldays, a9-has I The Telegraph, he' Well have i i -;;.) Cities Service station. Come try ono t t e country Cities Service operates the most
;
e happened.In the call ; i : of three' and sea modern refineries.TRANSP9RTATION..by.
,pat, and leave ti name and toe" my new gasolenes ,

: To void this.,doubling-up\ j on trick-or-treat !dress, since there' was none in I ,. what I mean.

: forays afc- least one Florida' town Chipley i irr1 headgear.j We might say however 1 t :. i iti
!
West Florida --1 has hit upon the idea of.offiCially'i that. we do'not think we could al r I-a.- ., :. "

I proclaiming: l 'ontf certain'night''for traditional 1, ]low the straw more than four months on' WORTH i ;.. .,
since
it is
one size too'
: trick-or-treat 'activities': The 'plan worked welli i small for the editor." 1..,, : : :
Adults knew when to 'expecb ''the""goblins'' to e t
I
: come. knocking at the door, the trick br'treate rg- The famous Scoby trial Involv 9 WH'E'[ 'C \

were well received and everybody was\h PPy.'In ing l ,a Tampa bail. bondsman who ; : ,. ,

I the past, Hallowe'en activities!had extended over allegedly aided in the escape' -of .. ,- \
international 'I
.
I an indefinite1' period rwith '"too big'; boys and ,Sitamore.was jewel thief Harry .'. -",w. ,
the
on
girls often taking part, along 'with the docket of the '. i :. i" .W/ (.
younger fall term of circuit court. The fol] NEED. .... .. ,
children. Housewives' didn't know when to expect lowing- names were drawn for Jury ; s 'i! a r 4 ; ia, rivatii +

J them;. and'cgnsequelrtlylwere- often unpre- duty: L. 'A. Crosby B. E. Rosier-- T SERVICE! buck. pipeline. Cities Service: pwnf
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pared. 4 J. L. Harrell Jr.., J. 'D. Baxter-.. : ,. "It. shares over 18,000 miles of pipeline; 0.Pf ''i'iC"
u" "
Of 'course, the best, plan 'of all for Hallowe'en. Herman'Thomas. J. ,H. Redgrave.; 1 11.", ;". ...i" .. ales a vast tanker fleet! !

is the one pursued-hereof the E.J. King H. M. McRae C. C. : .
: past two

J a when annual the UNICEF:M- tHociist(United Youth'. 'Nation.Fellowship International stages years-- it g''* Crosby Roy.V/Saxton:Edwards, H.'D.,'' W.,May C.C. Nat Hartline.William; H. 'LOANS. .' i l f T.: ..: .j.. -Z' \ ., WJT:7;


J Children's .Emergency -Fund) drive, collecting Jones; G.A. Anderson Ward, C. E.W.Harper H. UP; TO : ,j. ,

.money .for UNICEF insteaH of treats for them J. H. fields. Bert Hinson!]R. .

J selves. Tliemonev! collected-. will be use4 t to buy. P. Lewis R. ,A. Newsome F. M. '
: food medicine;' 'vitatamst 'nil vaccines for'I.the Norman A. V. Varnes: 'Aubrey $$600 r r

world needy'jchildren:under the sponsorship bf Mocre., H. L. Norman. 1.. B. Cros' \ LId

: into the:: United Nations Tb e MtF\ will be divided by.J, F.H.Triest B. Wiggins.G. W.J.Roberts.A, Ellin a.J.to ll E.. ., 1o} .Only titias.rvlce has I

teams for this'events-and: the winning team Newsom W. H. ... '
. a will be'given a banquet as a reward.\ Morgan and Russell Norman.s, McRae.W. H. Tblks Find Us FriendJy"iOCALFINANCE} Tht '..

: No one would 8eny,"sfnaIl\fryt'-the pg1
the tre- RESEARCH.Seven modern reseaidi,
me ; excitement) they derive from' RIGHT rODf far -ttemy f # .. keep pace fuhtf*.
knocking on'Heighborhoodldoors and'' collecting% you \rrtte. Come la 'and se- << '.;. ;. 100. ..PISUPER. bring you the,most advanced parolear .
j
:their-,treaure' troie of' candy'', 'fr it;. nuts, and UT* your favorite L TE BROOK COMPANY ; 5bMILEMXSTER products made.. ,

jotheD],trinyets.iv: Bit .for the>+older.boys and girls,' F'Vnntaln 'P- ai.' ''{ .!;GRAPH ) ''j. s''E f'. .._ '::1

:therei'slwHiTo.'ihot'inCimtfjy: more satisfaction,,and 114 N. Walnut St. :. $ \ ..,. i::

Jan: equal aVtwunt off'funvin; mains the rounds on !. Clrcmlt NOTICE Dart TO Bradford DEFEND Cea (3, .
a a -
Doois'from"Postnffiee'ftin
Hallowe'en; --for1 a' Fl.rtd lm ChalM'fl7. '
cause like f UNICEF These '

:2"trick, oj; (tr t'ff: ", wiJ|1 'Be..id ntified
: or -armbarwJ! .and.-jt is''' ho ed'that adults11wiUb NOTICE TO APPEAR IZ-C11, I Phones: WO '4-0101 .,j: ,
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I!young people are i with(them time;' 1 US E. 88th. Street. Cleveland 8. ...: r nu LI 'f" . .

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VTTffTTTTTTTmrTTTYTTTYlHAXVILLE I the Jacksonville Zoo on ,Sunday.Mr There will also:be,a "Hula Hoop" past two, Saturdays.We -dence and address U : Unknown. 'da, and file the original-- -- the-offic.1of I ph.

and Mrs Bob Stanley and Contest. are sorry that Mike Cannon w YYTTTTYYYYVTYYYT You are hereby notified that a the Clerk of the Circuit Coon era Dated this 18 day of September,
children left for Washington State The home of Addie Lee Turner, Has been ill for the past, several suit for divorce has been filed a- onor before the 27 day of October 1>58.
you in the above named Court : 193S: ; otherwise the
Wednesday after a weeks visit colored burned to the ground days and wish him a speedy re PINE LEVEL'Pl cause and you are required to I said Complaint will allegations be taken as ol Court Charles Sal A.) Darby. Clerk of the

By lira. C. B. Nolan with Mrs. Stanley's mother, early Sunday morning and Addie covery. a-,copy of your answer or confessed by you. Circuit Court.
Mrs. Dorohy Waters to the complaint on theaintiffs j r This notice shall be published once By Marian
and 'family.We L. Crosby, Deputy
Lee and
Willie James
were severely -
Attorney.
Ben 7 312
' -- Higginbotham and D. Sirs. 1L JL McRaeasuulsuauuuuaats Lloyd Bass. each week for four consecutUe Ckrk.
&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&4' are glad that little ,Miss burned and,had to be treatedat Padgett enjoyed the football game Clark E-uilding, Jacksonville 2, Forl- weeks in the Bradford County Tele- S6! it 10-18

Mrs. Everett Erb and Mrs. Richard Wilkinson, daughter of Mr. and the Duval Medical Center. The afire t the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville I

Covey and children of Jack Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson is much better started from a cigarette.Mrs. Saturday night.FriendS Rev W, E. Han filled his regular '

sonville visited Sunday with Mr. after several days illness. Hattie Nolan and Mrs. of Mrs., ,Kyle Cannon appointment at Pine Level

-and Mrs.'Frank Brown,. Karen Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and Ruby Durrance' were visitors in will regret to, learn that ,she is Baptist Church',Sunday morning I : ...... -

Mr. and Mrs. H. 1+ Browning and Sharon Griffis enjoyed Jacksonville ,last'Tuesday.We confined to her bed. Her: daughter and evening. We are sorry his 2", ::: i .
a days outing at the Jackson- j.t'
and Mr. and Mrs. Don Eichelsorand ville Zoo are glad to learn that W. J. Mrs. Dan Groves had to carry good wife is affil ill and was unable "
on Sunday.Birthday
| son of Jacksonville,spent'last Padgett :Was able to return to her to a'Starke doctor twice last to attend services. -
'weekend with Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Party school Monday morning after week. We are glad to welcome Mrs.
Coleman and family.Let's Mrs.; D. J. Parirsh entertainedat three I Jy Edwin McRae and' children F
He .
weeks: accidently shot
Rev. and Mrs. Edward Jones i ,
don't forget that the her-home last Thursday afternoon his toe off and has now sufficiently and family and Rev. Lonnie Jones s home again after two and one : iT In answer to the growing demands .-

"Wasters Family, Gospel Singers with a, birthday party hon recovered 'to, attend school. of Jacksonville, visited 'Saturday half.years California_ At present .. ,
oring her son. David on his 'sixth Edwin (yeoman ls-c) is serving :: '
will be at the Maxville Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Parrish and "
BaptistChurch
and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.. of this have established
next Sunday.night, Octo- birthday anniversary. After play children David and Rhonda. Mrs. Kyle Cannon and ''daughter,i .aboard; a ,submarine off the i area, we
ber 19 for the evening worship ing games, refreshments were ser Dan Parrish and Mrs. C. B. Nolan Virginia. coast of Canada. He will Join his

aenrtces. The public is cordially ved to Anna Marie Vinie and of Baldwin were visitors in Jacksonville I family here later. He'is the son the
Invited to attend.We Kathy Pablo Vicki and Ronnie i last Wednesday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Morris Bell and Mrs._Drew i of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae.

regret that Mrs. Mary Well Mosley Alene and Helen Sweat,I and Mrs. H. R. Kilgore and' Wilkinson attended the cemetery Rollien Coley' of North Starke .
Helen Cannon, Gary Higginbotham family working at the South Prong spent Sunday with the J. W. Me- '
hausen is a patient in the Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Ben Higgin-
Clifton Slade Butch Thomas Cemetery in Baker County last Raes and attended church here
County hospial Starke ando d totham and family, Doss Higgin
' ,wish her a speedy recovery. Robin Higginbotham, Floyd Sit botham and daughters Shirley Wednesday. Sunday morning and evenIng.We BRADFORD LINEN SUPPLY Inc.

Ernest Wellahusen and Mrs. gore and Rhonda Parrish. Mrs. and June and Alvin Padgett Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Harris and were glad to have Miss Pat-
Parrish was assisted in entertain- enjoyed children Daniel and Fhylis visitedin rice Alvarez,, of Jacksonville with .
'John a birthday dinner with "*-
were visitors of Mr. and 1 ing by Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham.Mr. Baldwin last Thursday with us at church last SunBay.
Mrs. 128 NORTH
Mrs. Lacey Norman and family im Higginbotham Sunday at the WATER STREET STARKE, FLA.
Mrs. C. B. We,are sorry to report the illness
,Highland on Sunday. and Mrs. J. D. Bell and home of her daughter Mrs. J. C. Nolan. ,
of Miss
''Mrs. Ernest children spent last Saturday at t Robinson in Jacksonville. She has Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Kilgore and Judy Cason. She
Wellhausen hasbeen Orange Park visiting' Mr. and been ill at the nome of her dough family visited in Jacksonville last entered Glendale Hospital in Pal- providing
: ill at her home here, hope atka Monday. We wish her a
he will feel better Mrs. Clarence Isgett. ter. We hope that, she will soon I Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Don speedy rt'cOvefy. '
soon. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Smith and be well enough to come back Meirow and also visited with Mr., '
:Since the football game between i family visited home.. and Mrs. Mrs. Noon Mott was able to
Sunday with Mreen Kilgore's nephew and '
Baldwin return to her home at Brooker COMPLETE LINEN RENTAL SERVICEFOR
and Macclenny has L and Mrs. D. J. Parrish niece
' and family Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinsonand : Mr. and Mrs. Larry High-
get,up to Thursday night, October last week after spending several
I and Mrs. Hattie Nolan, and children went pn a fishing field from Sheffield. Ala.
'10,, the days in'a Starke hospital.
"Teenagers" will meet at also attended
'he Homecoming Day trip to Knight's 'Landing one day'last Bootsie Cannon had to be rush Mr.,:and'Mrs., A- F. Hall and
Civic Club Friday night ,
,Come on and have some fun again.with Services Church.at the Long' Branch Baptist of fish.week and caught a nice string ed to the Ed Fraser hospital in children of ,Jacksonville stopped MOTELS RESTAURANTS BARBER SHOPS

them. Macclenny Saturday night for by for a short visit with the-H.
Several of the Maxville ladiesmet Mrs. Guy Frigo and children of treatment and has to go back thisweek M. McRaes late afternoon
Sunday
Mrs. Lyle Schmehls and daughters at the Civic AND BEAUTY PARLORS
' of Jacksonville Club last Thursday Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Millard for tests. on their way home from Miami, ,
spent last t night and made plans for the Strickland and and ;F':
family
Mr.
Weekend with Kyle Cannon visited at the Baptist where they visited relatives.
her
parents, Mr. Halloween Party which is to be and Mrs.
and
Henry Griffis fam
and Mrs. Buford hospital in Jacksonville last The A. F. 'Fender family visited
Higginbothamand i given at the Club all : .
on Thursdayc1ght. fly enjoyed Sunday dinner with
brotherin .
attended Sunday with Harry Taylor of Mid Mrs. Fender's -law and
the
Long Branch .' October 30. Among the Mrs. Fannie Griffis..>In the afternoon -
Homecoming dleburg who is a patient there. sister! Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Batten .
services with them many things planned there will 1 Mrs. Griffis and Mrs. Frigo
and family at Theressa Sunday
r Sunday.Mrs. Dorothy be a,King 'and Queen Contest.Prances visited with Mrs: Polly Griffis. visited Tommy Friday Merritt with of Miss Live Ginger Oak afternoon. They also visited Mrs.R. We are. pleased to announce that among our first subscribers
Waters. John Ed, Bell and Linda Watersare Friends of Miss
,Roger and Polly will be interested Cannon. L. Batten in the 'Bradford
Linda Waters and Mrs. contestants' for Queen and[ to learn that she is much '
this
County Hospital. ,to new service such well known
Bill Roberson are
The Maxville
and daughter of Buck PTA met at the
Wellahusen and Harvey Mc- better after a recent illness ,:Mr. and 51rs. Robert Starting
,Jacksonville- enjoyed ,a picnic at Pherson.are contestants. for King. D. J. Parrish, hasn't. been well school last Wednesday, October and children visited in Palatka local establishments
8. The parents met the teacher as:
new
to
a lately and had go to a Jacksonville Saturday and spent Saturday
Mrs. Jo Nell Thomas and_also
'
doctor Tuesday
; night with Mrs.', Starling's sister
AMMO AMMO AMMO We are glad to see>little Robin discussed the plans for their Hal end bmther-in-law, Mr.' and Mrs. STARKE MOTOR COURT BRADFORD BARBER SHOP

Smith, daughter of Mr. and,Mrs loween Carnival 'which will beheld R. C. Cannon. They also visited

Albert Smith up and about again at the school next 'Tuesday, i her, grandmother,' Mrs. Ida ]Ellison / CITY BARBER SHOP RUBY JOHNS BEAUTY SHOP

HUNTERS ATTENTION! after a recent illness. October 21 beginning at 5 'p. m their way home Sunday.' i MELSON'S
and BEAUTY SHOP MURAL'S BEAUTY SHOP
lasting until 9
Mr.and Mrs. Rollins,moved into p. m. :please Mr. arid ':Mrs. Bishop Thomas
the H. R. Kilgore home last Sat attend this carnival and help yourlocal and family of Brooker were dm-

BUY YOUR AMMUNITION NOW urday. Mr. Rollins' is stationed PTA. Some discussion was ner guests of,Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Patronize home industry
4 by using our service
with the U.: S..Navy at Cecil Field. made about the play grounds andthe Lewis Sunday.
} SHOT GUN SHELLS Friends of Oscar Wilkinson will principal announced that two Visitors of the H. M. McRaes
beds were being added for a sick PHONES WO 4-3201 and WO 4-3211
regret to learn that he' has beenill Sunday were Mr.' and Mrs. Rob-
12 Ga., 16 Ga., 20 Ga. 410 Ga. '
All Sizes room.
and confined to his bed. ert Myrick. and children and B
.22 RIFLE SHELLSAt Fish Fry At Holiness Church Mr. and Mrs. C. E. WilkinsonJr M. McRae, all of Starke, Mrs JUNIUS M.\ SMITH, Pres. VIRGINIA W. SMITH, Sec.-Treas.

An afternoon of singing and a and family visited in Jacksonville Elden Sapp of Heilbronn and Mr

YourIPMTSERK fish fry, was enjoyed, at the Congregational ,Sunday with Mr. and ,Mrs and Mrs. H.H..l ewis and SIT. and ==
Holiness' Church Saturday Harrell Morrell and family Mrs. Allen Hall of Jacksonville. :=--- --

T STATION from 2'p.m. until 7 p. m., We are sorry to learn that Mrs First Lt Arley McRae recently
which was the close of,a weeklong Penny Griffis and Mrs. Julia spent two weeks here With his '-

i 'revival conducted by Rev. Rowe are on the sick list this week pa7'ents.Mr.-tind.Mts; J. W. Mc Share
he
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Hwy.. ,;301..' North "of,:Starke, Fla., Lonnie Jones "Jacksonville. and do wish them a speedy re Rae,-on his way to,his station at Profits in Starke

\ 'JAMES'PEARSON D J. and David;Parrish and covery. Nellis Naval Base ,at MyrtleBeuch

-" ,.' -. ..... "7 Mgr. RUd.y Higginbotham., ,enjoyeda Mrs. Gladys Copeland and family I- ] S., C.

.- --., hunting .trip to Lawtey for the and Mrs. Lester Harris and Shower
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I : I' fern. Hershell visited___n_ in_ _Ba.dwin__n_ The ,home of Mr. ,and Mrs. A.

',SEE HE. 1959 FORD __ SEE THE 1959 FORD Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley J. Fender was the setting Thursday ,-
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fist' Mosley and family. night Oct. 9, of a lovely,Stork
Shower' in honor of Mrs. Randall
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas and
Q h in Simians, daughter of Mrs. Earl r
.. toM family attended a fish supper'at s
i 05 f Goodman of Starke. Games were
; the home of Rev. and Mrs. Walter

2Oi Please consider, this personal invitation r Lee The at Baldwin Bryceville Indians Saturday lost night their James played Starling and prizes'won, and Mrs.by B.Mrs.M.

PIm McRae.
game to Bunnell last Friday night
you to view the ,incomparable 1959 line of 'new' with a score of 18 to 6. Refreshments of homemade cake
and delightful punch was served
The Baldwin
Girls basketball
,8W Ford and '' with mints and nuts to 30 friends.
cars trucks at.t Terwillegar Motor Co. M team won their first'game' with
\ CO the Ribault school, played at !Mrs. Simians received many lovely

Friday, October' 17: t entO Baldwin last Thursday., and, useful presents. C Y ,,

Thursday and Friday, October
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tI.1. !,J 3CJ Days at the Baldwin School. On BA YLESS.HIW. A Y J

W 'f / Iro Friday from 3 until 5 p_ m.',the
CO ,The Sunliner Convertible 0 parents are asked to come and AND ,RISINGBy Here ow. and 1965 new J

meet with the, students, faculty -
1 i and the judging team for the final Mrs. Gordon Jones s

.1 evaluation so if you possibly spare aaaaa..uauuaaaaaaaa'
the time, please attend you
a C- chidl's school during these ,hours Visiting Mr,,, and Mrs. C. C. PHPREDICTATV' I LCO'
: s n The Baldwin Homecoming Crosby over the weekend wereand Mr.

ttg w which scheduled for ,last Friday j! Mrs. Odis Crawford'and family

night has been ,postponed until and Mrs,: Bertie! 'Statts of .

> \' \ Jk November 14 when the team will Jacksonville ,and. Mr.; ,Lawrenceof w

crw play ,with the "Bolles" B team. Cocoa

CD Community Singing will be held .The Mack Normans of Lake City

at the Baldwin First Baptist visited the Eddie Normans Sunday

'14W CD.. Church next Sunday, October 2 6 afternoon.'

01CO I and will also be their Homecoming. -. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hall of

i The public Is invited to at I Savannah Ga. visited Carolyn

15W tend. I II Jones last Thursday. Mrs. Hall .

0 will be remembered as Miss Faye

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o Mrs. Loca Lewis of Bartow visitEd -- Today,

GRIFFIS 'IOOPBy the Eddie ,Normans: 'Tuesday.:

COQ I \ Church News -Sunday School from the World' of Tomorrow!

Verblc AndersonAA&AAA&&AA&&A&&A& 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11:30a. .
COg m. BTU. 6:30: p. m. Evening

g all-new Just two models of' the yon 17 Cpi t Those who attended a fish fry. services. 7:30 -p. m.' Deluxe Consol The New"Miss America"YOUR

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fountain -

uA can 'choose from inmaking pin Rowes Saturday night were Mr. led l your Pen favorite TELEGRAPH.ESTERBROOKyou

and Mrs. A. W. Brown, Grandma.
N your selection '* I Brown and Rachel Brown. you write., Come in and se-
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'-4 Jerome Griffis attended :the _
of a 1959 ,Ford 1-4
(0 FFA convention held In Kansas NOTICE' TO DEFEND t _
W L* Circuit Cart Bradford .
, -=-'the'most ,beautiful 01pi City. Mo. Fterliai I. Chasm?. Coot .OLD TV h.
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We CUe No. 12-544
ISCO are sorry that our song
Chispa East rlin
Mlmbs Plaintiff
car that' Ford leader Bro. O'Brian is 01 with a V S. Jam!. Edward Mlmbs Defend N', MAKESDOWN
cold and could not lead ant. '
song service 1S
bJ has ever produced. -' Notice To Appear _
.. Sunday night We hope he To: James Edward Mlmbs, WHOM
will be "in, .good. voice".again. .a00A residence and address Is: Unkown. ;N2? '
CI ,, Tea are hereby notllied, tbat't 1 CS
Mrs. David Waters was guest Bait for divorce, custody and con'
The Country Sedan trol of minor child PAYMENT
I of Mrs Ruby Kowatch recently.Mrs. boa been filed against you In tftt
". Waters is Mrs. Kowatch'sniece. above named Court and cause>and
'IA you are required to serve a copy
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of your answer or pleading to tn, rssco I .
Mr. and Mrs. Zennis Griffis at complaint: OB the Plaintiff Attorney l rN1uo
n E K. Perryman Starke Florida
tended the funeral t01'.Jim''Jones and file the original in tile office
the new Fords Friday at ,' in Lake Butler, recently, and also of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Superb 'Wrap-Around'
Sound
or before the 27 day of October
TV
t'i visited Mrs. Griffis and Mrs. Susie 1958; otherwise the allegations of Supreme Reception
Johnson of that city. said Complaint will be taken as Philco 4642, 3-Speaker
x confessed by yon Phil Predicta
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2U The members of Boatdrain This notice anaii oe published Wide diffusion sound syiitem: Swivel co .

m Church wish to extend sympathyto rive once weeks each week la the tor Bradford four consecu County base for comfortable viewing. Front Framed in America most slenderized

Terwillegar' Motors -i Mrs. Edna Jones and family Telegraph. ,' 'r _" tuning. 21" picture. Bnilt cabinet. 21"
toOl during their time of sorrow for un.Dated' tbia:;,U day, of September, -in range picture 'and supreme reception

Wx the loss of her'son.'Walter Jones. (SEAL CHARLES) < switch in ,wrap-around sound.
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h Meeting time of the Boa,drain Clerk of the Circuit court.
. s And Baptist Church !alas follows: Sun By lUrian U,Crosby Deputy Clerk
Find Out How Easy It Is To Own One d
U W day School. 10 a. m.: Morning t 25 4t 10-1i C. H. NASWORTHY i wt PUILCD DEALER

Worship 11 a. m.; Training Union. NOTICE TO DEFEND
CO 0 6:30 p. m.;"Evening Worship, .,:30 !. Clrectt Cart Bradford C.*. 1.
p. m.: and Prayer meeting on FUrMai IB Chaaecry.COM ;- '
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SEE THE 1959 FORD, -- SEE ,THE 1959 FORDS Wednesday at 7:15'p.' m. Pastor, Annette Gouva 1C rt.12-CM Plant Iff, TS. 310 ,EAST CALL ST. t STARKE, FLA.

-... Rev. Orville BrooUas. Everyone Victor Ooovaert',-Defendant.
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.PAGE FOUlt. BRADFORD C T7>TY,TELEGRAPH, 8TAEKB.FLORIDA.
F/ICRSDAY. OCTOBER, 16. MS; *
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i.I) JPltYi Afternoon Tea : Rehearsal Dinner F Presbyterian Circles Presbyterian Men


.....' GJiyen ,New'jcleas I iT 0 Wed S. E. Kelley Given.In-Hpnpr For Wedding Party "> The three circles ofthe: Presbyterian Have Supper Meet\ !1I

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In Home ,
'Decorating '
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r 'rr Of jane Richarde A dinner party honoring mem' Women of the Church met 'The
Men of the
First
At the. 'regular monthly ..meet .',, bars of the Neil Crawford and Pat- Tuesday as follows: I Presbyterian -
'! J4 :' $Jane'Richarde, whose:wedding1 ty" Lawson wedding andoutoftown Circle 1, at 8 o'clock at the Church held their regular
trig of the Starke Woman's Club a party
on' Wednesday"'afternoon' of"Tliist : 1, to Lyle"Buck,.m, will be an 'guests'was given Jol- hbme of Mrs. Albert Nichols. Cir monthly supper meeting Wednesday -

Gladys MootyPatricia week the members were shown1 a event; of' Npy- ?;??as the inspiration wing"the wedding rehearsal last! clriday' e 2 at 9:30 o'clock at the homeof evening, Oct. 15 at 7 o'clockin
for a, lovely tea given last Saturday 'the the Assembly Hall.
Jas F evening at home of
II -- special "New World of Ideas" Mrs. .Billy, ,Bowling. Circle -
-'" seen in decorative fabrics ranging 4 : jifternpoa at' the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Crawford Jr. Circle Three was in charge of
: S Lawson Weds Neil R. Cra\vfprd from tracery-printed gossamer Mrs! George 'L. "Patten 'on E. en Raiford road. 3 met at 8 o'clock at the home the supper. Plans were made to
\ l Bridges street. HoStesses'for the of Mrs. John Mixon. remodel the
sheers to brilliantly The Crawford home was. manse.
homespun lovely
weaves
:" In Madison Street Baptist.Church,Ceremony printed antique satins, atci affair,were' 'Mis. 'Patten' :'M '8. Juntas'Mi -' for the occasion' with_ ,arrangements -

I p ...._. _.,".. J- -__ ,_. -- .-ot..._ I rich damasks in room settings tot, ,, : Smith Mrs. .Lester T. of mixed cut, flowers and
Crews, Mrs.:Hi Clifton Brown, andws. ,
Celanese Contemporary Fzbers' : dried ,arrangements placed at -' - -- -- -
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,The program was in charge rof; Eugene L. Matthews.; : ,1 vantage points throughout the
I 'the' American Home Department Gqests were greeted at ,the door.:I party rooms. The Hallowe'en ..seas9n Tir-' '

;und.er Mrs. H. C. Hitch, hut" I by'' Mr5"J: M. MitcheU'and Mrs. theme was'also earned ,out

Vipe President, who reminded Q1e J: E."Wilson"aiid'presented'to: the with stacks of corn stalks anapumpki

group that we live in a world 'ot. deceiving line composed "of Mrs. 1 jacklanterns decorating -

: color "made possible through &e .. Patten'.1 l Miss-R1chard ,'Mrs. Crews .the rooms.,

use of lustrous paints and beautiful ( Mrs. H. M. Richarde' mother- of The guests were met at the

fabrics." "She then introduced the bndeto-be. and Mrs- M.ar- door by Mrs. John Pierce. Mrs. '

Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, chairman aid 1 :' ) --- i ret'Buck ,0ft!Pal tka, 'lnother' of L. L. Crawford Sr. and Mrs., Crawford -

.commentator, who, assisted! by'Mrs. ; the. bridegr omtb .- Jr. and were invited to the 4ta4tz '

: .' Joe Arnold; her 'copairmri.took 'j1 A 'be beautiful yellow' arid'white' terrace where a delicious turkey

fl *' Che group on'a ii\;:ture tour : color motif: was_carried out in the dinner was served.aradford .
'of'the capital cities Central and -' handsome arrangements"'of'chrysanthemums
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outh, America, inspiration for the : and ;gladiolir placed:
? fabric designs.At B appoints bf'taterest'ih the ;pirtrrooms. { Chapter : 1 1FA f DIAMOND RINGS

he business meeting prior ''to Mr. "and .Mrs' Kejfcuih RAn- Yellow and' white 'candles! .F 'Officers I fAre :

the program Mrs. H. B. Peyton, d.i e'i announce'the"engagement?: I in silver holders were'also placed president urged !members to attend aJ1r1.app; ; aching marriage'of theirdlu'ghrer"Mixine points' throughout. The tea Entertained

the district. meeting at the ; ,[to Stephen'Eu-: table was lovely with a'white linen *

Artington, Wpman's Club in Jacjksonviile ; gen,* lteUer. son 'of Mr;'and"Mrs'. eutwork cloth, 'centered with- an Officers 'of the Bradford FFA *

dhOct.i, : 31. "harley.- .,Kelley..ol: Broker;. old fashioned arrangement of yellow Chapter were guests at'a chicken .
4 ilrs. T. H.' lade and Mrs. H. E. 'The .wedding -will lake place on and while u pper at the, home of the, chapter

Dayton were elected to member- ThillsgU1Dg'Day Thursday, Nov. and gladioli' itf'a CI'irSsanthernumsa sflver container! ; Paul' Hutchings' on Oct. f i/2CARATI

ship, and Mrs. Jack Trawick and 27, at 4130 *p.:m, in: theJNe'w JRiverBaptfcfChurch. Completing the arrangement'Weresix tf'at. 6:30: p. 'm. : : *

Aliss'Delia enlrgv9. transferred 'A, '} epticm1 will I Jow'ilver' eandle1hordeI3 with jOffJcersj present to enjoy this A
'
: from the Club. jfbDpw (the.. )home of Uie br de's burning yellow tapers' tied with occasion were John A. Shadd, .. ,o DIAMONDSI.
t:2rJ.: ; The door prize of a dress lengthl l 1 .
} ,parents.. J "hite-tulle and lilies of the valley. president'; ;Roland stem. vice P' *
: Qelanese fabric was won toy l1O.nvitationare; ,being,. eit, Presiding at the-'silver' coffee I president: Phillip Mobley treas- '
r'I Mrs. Lex Green, and Dutch Boy but all friends and 'teaton; Mathews -
Urert. ,
I and relatives ofthe x service -were Mrs. Buck' and' Mrs. ; re
Paint for entire fr Jm '
an room <
: ; ypung ,couple -are'. ,invited to Richarde, wp.o' alo alternated in porter. Other'guests included

ltT Starke Hardware 'by Mrs. Mack" i a ttend.-' the receiving line. Assisting inserving'and L R'pnald! Privete' 'and. Mrs:'L. U. ,
Futch.
: j ; caring for the Morgan! I
: On Saturday evenyig, Oct. J55: guestswere. I PRICED I
2 BPW Dinner Mrs. L. A. Canova, -Mrs.GeoTjge'B. .I ,SALE ,
will I
the, club) presentthe! Jacksonville ,
School PTA
.
-i f t4 Baby String Orchestra under i Highlight'} \ Flynn. Sr.,: Mrs. Charles High
: Meister Mrs: :G. 'Mrs. ,
T Ritch/
of Miss Anita
.the
i' direction TC Meet Oct. 21.
.. -- --- Colirtth iich' at' the club house. Of National J WeekJOne F; J. Pellura.,! Miss i Madge, Mi'ddle-' : I 9 -

: In an impressive wedding cere chrysanthemums and ''gladioli. Mrs. Peyton pointed out that {he ton, ,and "Miss* Mary Agnes Mat- The Bradford High School PTA
; v '
of the FROM
a. mony Saturday evening, Oct. 11, graced points of interest ..through club is fortunate to secure ttua highlights of BusJi thews.. will meet In the high school library -
at 7:30; o'clock in the Madison out. The receiving line, composed group which is the only orchestra ness Woman's Week in Stark The h stese -presented the at 8 p.irf: on Tuesday, Oct. '21.G. C

: Street Baptist' 'Church, Miss >ak. of Mr.And Mrs.-J.-T.. Lawson Mr.end 'Q )U* type.in.Florida. The mein-"fr wrfs 'the' banquet 'gIven- Thursday: b1ghfct.9at1 9noree. with a silver 'butter, .dish* I ; T. Huggins,'program chairman,! = ....

tricia Sue Lawson" ,daughter, ,ot .rs. L. ,d. Crawford,fir.._tbe bers. range .in &pe from two to six ?' .{ : > theTrail Restaur Lant .as jf mem'ebtd. the .occasion: :promises an 'interesting discussion L.IJ, ':::: :::-::.-... 0 C CL )
t*, Mr. and Mrs. J./T. :Lawson be- ride and groom and Miss Furlong years. .Tictets.may) be purchased I ( In honor'f ID!.'J. D. Doyle.' -Calling'. between'the'hours of t r of school "affairs,1; "led by K.: WI{ r--; -: $24' 9 Q E

m came ,the bridp ,ofNeil Doxies stood against a background; from: any dub member, at Le fa's I who elected.Business: WomanoftheYe'ar ;f odr;t9 fiverthifty': : were'ippro. i- 'Payne; principal 'of'BHS, and H.
.. Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. of'greenery. -' ,' : or-Ruby Johns. f : i" rOo matery! .755lclpsefrlerids' and relatives P. Morgan, 'county' school super P
L. L. Crawford DurirfgJ'the' m eil{ g"MrS. -of tne''bhde-elect. I -I "
: Sr. Rev. J. H. intendent.
The bride's table was Edj' -- ,-' , .
; .overlaid
;aM aif I : j' :
A. )
club
Mabry Tr. ertormed the cere "l! president, the
with $10 prize for
a satin cloth Miss The highest
wjhite with Nancy DjiPre
s; te f'}Mrs!'T>oHe' : '
mony. tf'plaque ; Miss Jane
Aleiicon lace.Garland's" of Ebuth-? i RibKardc percentage of parents present fqlllW\

The altar of the church was tern sJ,1->x were'.caught jit -intervals Honored i At Series appropriately: "of"inscribed"in'com) :: went to the Juniors' at the feeptemfief .
her nserticis oC -HQ.rio.r Quest 4
: enhanced by two pedestal baskets on the skirt of the clotl',' by' Of Lovely Parties 'c memoratipn l t meeting i and all parents arerged

a holding] sunburst,: arrangements ot sprays of Pyiocchio chrysanthemums. : Thbcommunit'y',;aftd ,thurch.1_ At Luncheon 'u to' attend' and boost their '

giant mums and Pinocchio 'cnry- Placed in the center"of ..Miss Nancy DuPre,.who will become r\-s:,1 fEu gefl.e Pearson,_ chairman, child's',class and the entire' school TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE

., santhemums against a background the table was a beautiful four-, the bride of Byron ,G. Mc- Qf BP\y Week; Vitroduced .L. S. Miss :7ane "iticharde,< popular p program. I *

.cf palms.! Balancing: the arrange- wedding cake with rur ,employee!! relaflons.super, bride-elect, was honored at a de- Parents' So reminded I
topped I tyre.,of.,Jacksonville. ) ,on N ov i;;. : are 'a that ON'OUR. OLD KING
for the '
jrtent. seven-branched ViJQI' :puPont'Company athe t lightful luncrieon and kitchen IJJ.
were bride and '
: cande- a groom. Around the bas been th.e .inspiration for threelovely : ( the meeting time has been changed
i labra Entwined with greenery, base was a wide n lori if1 "and L parties in the past week. friU'! R\ige\ .and "Highlandmine3'who. shower 'given. last Saturday "by. instead 7:30 p.mi.
.' holding burning white tapers. The railax. The cake was flanked byJwo spoke .on. 'woman'splace'In Mrs. 'T. IL Long. and 'Mrs:':or. H. \i' to8pm.. of ,
Mrs. J. A. Griffin and Mrs. T.: '
center candelabra held spray of ,silver candelabra 'decorated L tne,\Business) world. The, Sfade Sr'at: the East Calf Street

whfte chrysanthemums centered with sprays of white Pinocchio H.'"Slade Sr. honored the popular: (devotional'was'given'by. .Airs. .Ernest i home of I the' latter.- Dessert Bridge
b rie1ect at a luncheon at the t I
J with a rosette' .of white satin nb-, mums whit carnations. white., I home "of "the latter.. onThursday: t"Seve&l Phillips: : :' {I' As 'lh.e 24 -guests arrived they, AtCanipBanding Gem Jewelry
bon and lon 5 satin streamers. The satin leaves and puffs of. nylon lasttee'k.. ,,; iciest and 'prospective? were served punch in the living
of .
1 family'! pews ,were marked with ret and showers oJJ white' satirt IJ' ,, -. b. members were'"present, including r nni.' Luncheon was served in I. J '
t white satin bows. ribbon.:, ,* < The SJade home was' beautittlfpr I' Mrs. _AIuir. and Mr. Doyle4- : I the-den at individual tables; which S I The Officer's Clubs at Camp

J; As the guests' assembled, Mrs. .The punch 'table- was overlaid I, the'occasion}.' flower with arrangements several attractive ,; .The with an9uet'itabl was ,decorated were centered with pastel.umbre'l-. landing delightful was d ssert the'bridge setting for"a party 109 E. Call Street Phone: WO 4-5211- *'"
a las
Beautiful, showered -withnarrow
Levy Canqva; organist provided with an Italian cutwork cloth ,and I roses 'placed 7at arrangementof ribbon Thursday evening of l st'week
nuptial music and ,the .traditional c centered with a predominating yellow and, green flowers, and bows and lilies of the' valley. Place
ii wedding marches were use ". 'Miss surrounded crystal punchbowl L vantage points. ,As the! guestsarrived ,fruit: with -i ivy '.and fruit trailing f I I cards further carried out the with Mrs. 1'. c". H zen: Jr.: Mrs.
'by. Southern smilax '
they were served punch'uithe I the entire'length W'the'uVhape I'' Carl Roberts, 'and Mrs. H. M.
Sylvia Paulk, l'a18" and 4 'showed' !mqtiff .
soloist sang clusters, of 'white mums: S '--r I
*. and "The, Wedding. Prayer." Round silver trays holding dec Jiving ,room: bl : **&*** UP.*rsU syv ithcIdsdded The-ntnylo'ely'and\ : : useful gitts I Hatcher, Jr. as hostesses. !,____ Scrr. t1* Profit In !tor7
; The buffet table in the dining much to the effect were displayed : ents of Pyracantha
on the ,4rrange
dining room .
blue
n 'DeWrtt 'Crawford of crystal prated mints in.,peacock .,and \ I iveness '
white centered rooni; was overlaid with a cutwork of th 1settlng.Birthday : table which was ,centered with 'a berries yeip; used to decorate the
were with
: River, (brother of the groonii served small '
'ntigegays' ,of-Pinocchio sloth and centered 'with an jirrangement i white umta-ella witfi<-showers C t club for th'occasion.. The guests
p as best manand ushers .were chrysan
themums. of roses in shades jof Parties white ribbons caught ,at intervals were seated at 'six card tables
: Donnie Hugh Crawford, and L.
pink. The 20 guests were seated'. with yallergsliliesV: The hostess' where a dessert course was's rved
.
Crawford Jr., ,-also brothers ot -The bride'sbook table held anantique ,
in"the den at tables where Dresden For) Two'; Honorees also presented the honoree with !
.
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the ;groom. silver candelabra ,centered : I ..' .. as soon as they Arrived. Al taxseveral
to china held Tne bridal"cards: I "
roses kitcbeu''gadge.t
a
... as. a remeni L-
Tb? 'bride's 'only'att n'dant'' wa, with nylon tulle and wedding bell -j i I progressions of bridge;
.Durmg the !luncheon'amusing: ; and Mrs. Clarence1 TivO Colson entertained brance of the occasion.
Misi' Joan Furlong who wore a entwined with Southern smilax. '
sentimental t advice prices were given to high and low
and at. .
.. poems a birthday*'party"Vlast I Guests from ,out-of-town; were
gown of, shimmering turquoise Greeting the guests at the door: were given to the brideeeh.The '. Saturday'afternoon when "her Airs. Marg ret Buck of Palatka, winners.

bod taffeta{fee with featuring portrait a neckline long waisted outlined .o Levy f the-Canova reception and hall Mrs.were W.Mrs.B. hostesses- presentea i', the daughterKaren, 'celebrated 'her 'mother' of ,the." Jbridegroom-to-oej; Shop & Save Fri. &t- Oct.

with shadow )'okeot, matching Mundy Mrs.: Janice Dans'oy Hall h9naree with the lemon :ork 'to seventh* anniversary.The1 : Mrs. "R.. A.. Durden: and Miss WMU Rally DayS 17,18
I'' pattern1 asha Hafiowe'eri Frances Durden
her ilver : of Jacksonvill I ,
,illusion. The small collar or : chosen) ; motif was carried '
a pfayedTpiand selec1i nA.burtng the For 1 7.The" '
J Oct.
Beach,
memento of the occasion. out in the table decorations and Mrs. Annie Norman
"
taffeta was edged with matching reception., Cutting the bride's :
The guests included. Mrs. J. H.DuPreJ with a 'Halfow 'en' cloth with of Jacksonville. : ,LADIES: HAT
: rish lace and a band of iiic were Mrs..Roger Dansby and ? i New River Associational]
mother .of the"riderelect.,
I Descent sequins Her' headpiece Mrs.: J. W. Furlong. Mrs. JohnPierce : matching napkins and cups. The b
Airs.. J.lcIntyre", jnother ;'ot 21 youngsters played YWA Members WMD Rally :will be held: Friday,
halo intertwined games during1
: WUf a turquoise the groom's sister, kept _,
withj\ tiny seed pearls fnd, iridescent the bride's book. Assisting, i the bridegfo ,mHElect, Alrs'... K. A.Koppj the'party hours" 'and prizes Oct 17, at the Madison Street AND GLOVES
Ilrs. C. C. Smoak and Airs.. Present Bride-elect
sequins featuring a nose veil Mrs. .were. given 'to"'Ui 'winners. Baptist Church: ,in. Starke, ..starting
serving."ere Ewelj Lawson :.McDanieI, all of '
Jackson-
of "matching"illusion.. She wore Mrs. N. S. Dankel Airs. P. '.1'. Grady. '! rviUe. 'MrsT: : Coispn jias"a'si d by I With. White Bible, i ,at 10 a.In.

"* carrted elbow length.a cascade white arrangement kid gloves and ot Noun Mrs. Adolph.Gay, Mrs..J!:<1naHutchir.son Mrs/H.Jui.isd': Cf.'inrod'L;. .; and: ..Mrs... rj-ank- Members, of the YWA of theJadison The executive Board meeting; With Purchase Of A Ladies' Coat

Mrs. Freeman Register Mrs. Grady McDaniel of Jacksonville ,, "ill.be.. held at 9:30.
carnations and white Street
p white nylon Baptist Church
Jr., Mrs. T. C- Hazen Jr., Mrs.J. I.
at luncheon
> tulle with,saUn loops. F. Ja don, 'Airs. L. M. Stokes;, for Miss.entertained DuPre. at 'her a river front Mrs. John-'TorOd used the Hal Icwe'en presented Miss Patty Lawsori'L A. Covered dish luncheon will' be CASH CHARGE -' OR LAY-AWAY

.? Tlje'bride given Jn marriage by Mrs. H. G. Bollinger. Mrs. Dave ,. l theme 'for'a party Tuesday tride-ele'ct, "with'a white JSible in I served.: .at 12:30.: : with the ,host
*her father, cSose for her wedding Arlington residence, n. Saturday afternoon 'for: ; jui impressive candlelight'presen WITH ONLY $5.00 DOWN
PaulK, Mrs. M. M. Morgan. Mrs. Invited were 12 guests, including .given- .;. her- son, church, supplying-.the dessert and
.. a l autiful white slipper satin 'Lawson Johnny, who was ::tation service ,on Wednesday evening '
W. Mrs. Sarah .Hun L of celebrating'hisseventh drink.
j Airs.! J. H. DuPre, Starke
of her hand Oct.. at the chUrch.The' .
own design annlver ?
gown, : : art;;
ter Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. H. JaCk-
her mother' and Mrs. J. and..Mw. J..E..Yclnt'l'e of song, '!'Bless This Everyone is welcome to attend.
prayer"
.sewn by A. Lawson and Mrs. M. L. Law sonville. S The refreshment table'was'ove'r- : LADIES: HOSE CORDUROY I IVi'th
W. Furlong. The. 'sabrina. neckline- son. l laid with a Hallowe'en' 'cloth" nd House," was sung by Miss Sylvia
formed' by front and back yokes a Pfulk. This j hice honors all
reembroideredwith The guests. were given small On Tuesday Miss DuPre was .. centered with a.pumpkii'whic I T \ or.Without 'Seams
ol rosev lace YWA CRAWLERS
point active .. bride-elects. :.
had .
goblins 'A11
tiny seed pearls iridescent. turquoise blue bags of rice before complimented at a luncheon given climbing out.The L - ,
:I the bride and groom left on their by Mrs. Joseph Brecka and Alfs. .birthday cake had spook "sticks:, ,.H '
heads CsC-CS-
tefluins long"w-aisted andjcrj'ftal ''bodice. of satIn -.J wedding rip.- 'The bride chose i C. M. Donohoe of Jacksonville Sit I: arranged on the top. !I Brownie. Notice STARKE FLA. With Snap-in Crotch
ed the
I ending at points, back and,, for traveling a grey suit with the Jacksonville Naval Air Station The: ;.16 little, -guests enjoyed 2' $1' Assorted Colors tl I
matching accessories and fuchia Officers Th Brownie 'Scouts will mee 12 to 21 Months
ftoni. .:rhelong. tapering ,Ble vesj I Recreational ,Facility. t games in: the..yard:; Fri, SaL. .-- Ode 17, 18 .
feVlured lace cut-outs, similarly j hat and gloves. She wore the .orchid The guest lit of 15 included Mrs.. Torode..Ws assisted by rday; !terxoQu, t3O .9'.cloc
Vorsage from ,her bridal bourquet' Mrs. J. E. Mclntrye of Jackson Mrs. T. G. .Ritch., at the home of their leader. Mrs -) DOUBLE FEATURE .: .. .
Jre-einbj-oiJeredv.,satin skirt( with J &its e ypiujninousj.sweeping I. After a week's wedding ville" Mrs. J. ItDuPr&'Mrs. T. !lJohnS f.: p.:Warrenr;;321';N.'Myrtle""AveL Only $1 .00

Cathedral train was adorned wIth I'I trip they will be at home at 307 Mrs. C. J. Houpt, )lrs. W. Mrs. Joe LambIs MemberS are "reminded; that the LOVING 'YOU BANLONCARDIGAN !

,:re-embroidered lace cut-outs I Lafayette, street. ;B. Mundy,Mrs. Guy Sale ;Mrs. :T. International- ,ues'"0$1'are"now uyru' ELVIS tBESLErIJzajbeth ,

matching 'the /bodice and sleeves.! The bride graduated from BHS, H. Slade pr., Airs. "J.. .A.,Gnffin, :Shower ,Honoree *.- 4' : *- Scott,'Wendell Corey J :

Her lace tiara, covered. with. tiny class of '55, worked 'as secretary Mrs. C. lL.N. worthy,..Mrs. tL.L .. I 4ND" I Be Prepared for the Cold

,,seed pearls and crystal beads,, at the University Health Centerin Matthews, and Mrs.. K. U. Duncan Mrs je Lambwas- ,honored. I 'j. "It ,: f Nights Ahead, '
; Dragoon Wells I
all ofjstirke. : t! at a stork shower on 8 ". 'B' ... I""u ,
Oct
.of
'with its, finger tip veil of sheerest; Gainesville for a year' and I is ( given' Y ,
,, silk illusion .had been worn by flOWS secretary at 'Hercules' Powder by The Afrs.'Sawders''William' Saunderj. J, Massacre I AND SAVE. I If

her sister, Mrs. T... H. Harding Jr. Co. Air. Crawford received Little Women home was attractively !- Barry S IyanJyestni !

at her wedd !!g. The brWe carried I his high school diploma while in ston' decorated for the occai- Tlus Serial Chip.:, O'Keefe Reg. $5.98 BLANKETS
2
to Hear with arrangements and Cotor Car (
Panel Discuss of
if' a small. white prayer book to the service with the Air Fore mixed+i iMMwniiBaT"rr t obi. ByPalm
flowers.) "of
'which was attached a spray: of r ,He is now employed with the Seaboard Dating' Problems and: : A ..color"motif" greea ( 0 _'_ "U' P I '

stephonotis' English dout J6 stock: Railroad and is also pan I yellow- was carried. out in tnetable 1C rI":? >' t. -r -' *- SUN., MON., TUES.

t puffs of'nylon! ', tulle and narrowsaCn owner of the Crawford' 4 Brother? The IJttle "' !'sCClub; meMonday ments.'decorations"'v __ 'and refresh' Brad/crd .County Hospital an I't' October 19, 20, 21 I
service station.. : uounces births:
loops centered with a "white jthe.iollpwing I
..orchid. and satin, leaves: e uddedwith' Out-of-town guests at the wed- evening at J:3p: o'clock Games-wert pla' ed' fluriaff theeyenhij 'Mr.:and ;ra.:Carl T*t EUand ot 1: DOUBLE FEATUREI
r. %) the club house for their
reguj 1 by the 20
u
Her gu an? It Hampton a daughter Karei
ornament and
pearls. only sling reception were Mr. andMrs.
; *
i 'ar meeting. prizes were 'awarded ,1 1
SNOWFIRE
to 'the Win-
.
strand of Jeauine4Oct. .
It was a single pearls a Ewell LawsonJr. of Orlando meeting hers1. p8.:.
During the business I
:>gift from the groom. Hr. and Mrs. Dewitt C. Crawford rs i I Mr. 'aid Mw. Dallas B. 'Cra'iff Don Slegowan, Molly McGowan I In AH The New Colors

1trs Lawaon was attired ,tn .1 a and Debbie of CrystpJ River,Mis? resided over by the presjdentj, 4 Xlrs.Assistin'g 'Mrs; ,Saunders">eri fprid,of .Lawteyf auhter, Jeft L '
Miss : -
Mary Agnes thrjub ,
Uatthevv pave Yarbourgh "
*.f"surplice'd -ess of mauve lace ,overtaffeta Wileeta Baxley, Miss Anita s oc'k. and"H Alra. 'frey Lynn'bct. : 10,. : IITERAVICTORY ..
,\ UnderhilL
with matching accesso t'$, Jqhn Coward of Jacksonville. Mr.and I elected. llW ams and 4 y; ; 'Mr: and'Mrs. ''Walter'E. Ratiifof r 6.98
is
-
and .slTe 'won %an orchid* .corsa e. Mr. W. F. Castjeberry:of-i u- qen for V'Halr'as Hallow'eo.Swcithears.party." Oct.P.lans Zt ,Starke, 'a' daughter' ", Jane Richard) Burton. Ruth Roman V

She was escorted down the church fcurndale, Mr. arid. Mrs! iL"H.Crawford were discussed.: MissvShi Anne !Beta Sigrria PhiPlans' i : ttothleen' 04 10. Plus Color Cartoon SLIP-OVER TO MATCH

ajsle by' her 12 year old son. Hal : ,of Hampton... ;nci ,Mr.and Mind Mrs'Merrill.Griffin o ,
Lawson. t Mrs. R. P. McLendon of'the Smitlj avehe4eyoUpnI.Miss t Dance: Stirke, 'a' daughter Linda Diane; \V>L, Thur. Oet/22, _23
t Mrs. Crawford chose for herson's State Farm: Martha Dayton,. program i I deL '- ": at 4.98 | 2 FOR
\I: wedding a Navy lace-over chairman, led a panel discussion* I The Beta Sigma Phi sororit? 'Mr.: 10.and .*MrsC-ArUe, > Joseph. Dobbj 1\ DOUBLE, FEATURE I .7 9EA

matching taffeta 111th pa "Dating.:! j me Mqndajf evening jjt th e Jhom* of The Rawhide Trail -
Michael law
.gO Lawtey. a son
J. matching She: alao WSCS Notice ,Quests : for the meeting wet I of MrsNlcee&: ::i"J \ ..' ,. ,
11
.accessories rerice-Oct. :
t. '1. : .:: numbers; the m-Y and I Plans were made .. : (Rex Reason, Nancy Gates,
for
their'Harvest \ "'
orchid clnhr
an fa
wore corsage. .and Mrs" James LeonardHarrelsdn
(. : The' regular busines Mr:
monthly
a The reception-immediately' followed k meeting of the First "Methoddist| / rJsponsors.: :wrf- E. L.fMatf, [ M.oon d$jice to be gbren Sat-! of Lake Butler a flaugh-t4 I AND GLE STORES
thews and Mrs. arda '
Foster Shi Smittt.During 1. 22-:1i'the:
POt
'
the in the church USO. *" *
wedding
WSCS will be held Tuesday O t. ; ter. In Mztie, Oct.: 11. No Down Payment

) Earlpi! wheij,Jpaskets! rf magnoliabcughs 21. at 10 a.m.1n.the church:san: JUA social bouj retresh; An intereitinz' program w 4 -Mr: and Mrs.1l ri n'Martin] '. ) {1a $1.!
and arrangements of white! c. ments were served by the hostess 4 fivfn by Mrs Joan Strickland, oa Griffis 'Of Starke, 'a son Tony Jffty ,JlUDfer, S ertf'.NDrth rl(?- arke
I es. Plus Color Ha.
.. .dental hygienfi.' Ma7tinoct.12.t'; Cartoon I

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Mr.; and Mr* Le< Gre attend-- 'Paufnight 1 r "" -
: of 1121Aalfspeftf tin John Strong
Miss1oriary':to"Cuba I1rooker. Man. Truby C. Slade Plaintiff., vs. Jua- the original in the office of the
@d-the-state Democratic executive,weekend with his mother.'Mrs D'; was" the 'overnight guest ; aeilar Slade Defendant Clerk of the Circuit\ .. ..

commjttee. meeting iq Daytona E. Knight. Wednesday of Rev. and Mrs. Don- h 1 ,Charged With NOTICE: : Juanelle TO APPEARTO Sl'ade. otherwise before the 17 the day allrgatiunj of 'ov"-1I>t t.t>r 1t said i8;
Beach last Friday and Saturday. Mr; and Mrs. V. V. .Hazen are ai Id Kpkomoor.L. whose residence Complaint will be taken as confessed
Friends will regret to learn of to'Sin Antonio,Texas, this week. N. Pickering underwent stir Statutory.Rape. Pop end Route address 2, Douglas.is: Co| Georgia J. W. by )'ou.
mia DrUce'shall be published'once
'
y'7 4J 4 N N ? the serious illness of Mrs. Laura They will be accompanied homey gory; Tuesday at St. You are hereby notified that a suit each week for four consecutive weeks
Luke's
? w Lesley, who'was taken to Alachua their son, Jimmy; who !Is 'star Pital.) HOST Robert; James [Bobby] Jones children for divorce has and been support filed of minor in the Bradford County Telegraphs
NCW$ Genera ,Hospital recently for boned at the Air Force base there! of Brooker''' was arrested Monda, to the above name Court against and cause yon (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL IS day) of October 1958.

treatment.Mr. Jimmy win be home on leave of.bsence ri Mr. _and' Mrs James Reddish ofCWUA.C by the:sheriff office on a charge and you are required to serve acopy CHARLES A. DARBY,
.,.,. .,. _,_,_,_, .,. have- rented"tfife'ililcheB the of your answer or pleading to Clerk of the Circuit Court.
and
Mrs. complaint
: J. L
7 -", ; Gentry had before overseas duty ciottagg on Ktogsley Lake for' of statutory rape and was later released 6n the Plaintiffs Attorney By Marian L. Crosby Deputy
the
as guests on Wednesday of last Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch ana under blind. A J. Thomas Jr. 20J-5 Tern. Clerk.
A
group friends ; $1,500 pig ,
gave an anniversary Mr. and Mrs. 1..- A. Davis Avenue iJtarke.,Florida and file
are 10-1C 4t 11-6
week Mr. and Mrs. Lush Mr 'and Mrs. Mack 'Futeh' and
Taylorof : '
party Saturday evening spending this Mir. Tliir arrest'was made upon com
week ''in Tampa and Mrs. Titus :'Olson.Ja1'tles'Lovett and {
children
Jacksonville. visited Mrl and MrS:Fred
honoring Mr. and MrS Tommy where Mrs. Davis is attending the attended'' the ; plainf' pf ,13-year-old Brooker
Colson on their 13th wedding anniversary anmial convention of the Florida Mr. and Mrs:;/J. G. Holtorf visit Ekard in Jacksonville' Sunday.' tog convention at Fitzgerald,ab1i Ga., schoolgirl.
at the home of Mr and ed' Mrj; and Mrs: L. E. Jordan in Mrs.'Seymour Marco, Mrs Rand .
Division of the United Daughters OIt,Stu lty,, The ,sheriff's of rice. is mak1nan' tfa Profits h Stark
Mr. c. T.. Lee Twelve JacksonvilleSunday.. dal Ch tty, Mrs. Aroh Thomas;
friends enjoyed -: (fJf the Confederacy.: Tuesday Oct investigation and will- present
:the occasion: 21 is the 50th wedding anniversary Miss Marcia Miller of Andrew Jr, Miss Betty Jane Morgan and MYF its' finding to the State's Attorney 11

Mrs H. L. BrowrJee and Mrs' *t of Mr. and Ifrs.-: Davis and College, Cuthbert, Ga. was home. MisS Louise Stem attended"thederation Entertained for furthe, a tion.
J. W. Lee were in Lakeland kst they will celebrate the occasion for1' the weekend. dinner of the Forest At Scavenge? Hunt

week vjsjttof Mrs T/H.Limbs iJgh., in'> taking a second wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepard of Dale Woman's Club at the Semi Col. Walt Host ,< ."
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop, J;.. before returning to starke Lake City were Tuesday guests of nole, Hotel. Jacksonville on Monday The\'Serp'or{ iifeihqdisr YouUJ.
will return from Chicago, nfc; on : Mr: and Mrs. John Mixon and Mrs. C. A.:Knight. evening, as delegates of->= the F ellowsliip'enjoyed! a'* scavenged t I To Board Members

Sunday after attending;t&e.Inds'family visited Mrs. M. E. Mixonin 8-Sgt and Mrs. Jerry Lawson Starke Junior Women's Club. Junt} Mowed by ,:spaghetti supl T

pendent National Telephone'" convention Gainesville on Sunday and children of Orlando spent the Mr. and Mrs Tyler Jones atj Per tohi Fellowship Hall, last Col. Harold C. Wall of St. Aqgustine'i -
for ten days. R. G, Paterson Attended weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ewell tended. the St. Johns County TimJ $atttrday'evenbtg. 4 'State' Rector of Selective;
Iff. and Mrs. James Hoppe and Presbytery at Camp the Lawson bed Growers, Assn. annual fish ,Included With the, 24 'nienlbe ; Service, :,entertained,Jocat memo FRIDAY SATURDAY OCT. 17 18
,Mr and; Mrs William F. Crowder on Tuesday. Montgomery- -M'. and Mrs D.:' S. Wescott of r fl'1 at Bakersvflle- en Wednesday attending were Mi'S. Df{ Coliey and bets of the Selective Service'Board; ,
,of Tampa-will;be weekend'guests Tampa will be weekend guests of of last week. They, also attended Pavid BristQW, leaders. at p Junc l eon.nieelQlg; Tuesday d J
of Mrs, O. L, Beasley and Mrs., J. Friends of Mrs. }. H. Bitch will, Sen. and ,Mrs. C, E. Johns. he" Brooker Masonic Lodge bar tie 'Garden RestaJurantl;,Specjaj
W. Ktocald while attending the regret to hear She fell at home orj i Mrs Emma' Lambreaux of LakeGeneva becue' Saturday evening I guests were Congressman D. R.;

Homecoming festivities at U. of Saturday Underwent and broke her hip. She I ;: was visiting Mrs. W B: Mr. 'and 'Mrs. no,' Shaw, ofwere' Recent Birth i 1 Billy] Matthews' and Jack Bry'

F. surgery in St. Vin. nt's.. Mundy on Wednesday of lastweek. Valdosta' weekend guests '01 r Mr {L inji'Pf CfaJnesvlDe and HHvRabb;
Mrs. Fred Guy and son Jimmy, hospital! on Monday. t .i! htr; and 'Mra. Tyler Jones. The e ; and-MrsvRichard Carter 'of1Lartey manager of the H. C. Wall Beautiful hardwood
_
.of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. snaconce'! the birth ofdaughte *:
\ were weekend guests Glen Stanley) Misses Jean Mundy and Jane Jones Agency.
family Is4 had a guest
of Mrs.: A. Z. Adktos.' : spent the $ a >?; Brenda Suepon: Oct.. It
weekend in SOUthporti ,Tyler- ef'Bassie-Tif College spentthe .on Sunday"and Monday, EmoryGreeri 'at : < W. C [Billy> Powell l and S. G:
St.
I. B. Burton of QrlandQ, Mrs M. 0, with relatives. I I weekend with Mrs. W. B. of Callahan' .. ,. ; Hospital. Jackson Denmark 'are members of the local
Robert"Turner of the State Farm Mr. sad ldI'a. Marion Neil and Mundy., 'MV. :villa: The grandpartets are Mr: board.
and Mrs
and C! E' Renfroe qharles'Sawyerof :and .G.'P: Smrford and MrJ; ,
: Mrs. Alice Anderson of Starke of Tarpon Spring Mr. and Mrs., Victor Hartmann Jacksonville( 'Beach, were visit IRevival Jtwishyoudhaveyoreglatset
attended the funeral A sister'I were Sunday viiitofts! of Mr. and of Rockford HI: are visiting Mr.; tog Yiand'MrS.: ; T: >H. Slade. &t.on and Mrs. Oscar Carter of Lawtey.Perry Services
Mrs. R. f.. Harley ia Dorchester.S. Mrs, Charlie Ccwen. and Mrs. Al Hartmann for two Sunday.'film' Blades also: had
C! last' weekend. F. M. IBuao rj Crawford re- weeks. as' overnight' 'guest' Sunday, I>r. :r t6 S Start Oct. >20-. ,
Mr and, Mrs. M. C. Wells and 1 turned home Saturday from Bradford -* Mr. and Mrs., R. McAteer of H., B.'Trimble of Ataltna Ga. onia rJ iay At Hope
M &...lea S. Hutto Baptist
were visiting Mr. County Hospital Wherehe Tampa will spend the 'weekendwUh Miss Clara ''Leamari I returned '
and Mrs. J. H. Wells and family was confined three weeks follow.ing'surgery. their son-in-law and dater ugh- home Sunday 'after four mOnthS 'Revival
services will Begin Man
in over r
Pensacola
the weekend. I .- Mr. and Mrs the' TonighiContinued "
1 In
George
Flyntt Northeastern'states and '
14 U' ,Ore! Champion ',underwent Mr, and Mrs. M. P. Hazen were Jr, and family to'; help celebratethe Canada. She attended the Luther day, Oct. 20", at Hope Baptist t!
: surgery in the''_ BradfordCounty sight-seeing' Washington Church Theressa. with Rev. Sam!
D. C seventh
' birthday anniversary an Triennial meeting to' Toronto [
from Page 11 uel Stewart of I
Hospital! on Tuesday. from Tuesday to Friday of last of Reggie Flynn. Canada Sept. 26.30 andspent twc ,Pierson as evan'" 1 '
1 \ gelist. The song service wllI'begiIi
week. I Mrs/William Saunders and chil- month at Lake Cha,utauq.ua. 1 game the Tornadoes took over on each night'at '1:30'w1th Rev. Fred r checked,PhUbertr
I y Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wheel>E dre; are visiting friends in Orlando Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Frippof .(!AWDa on their own 32. Staying! Dodd leader. '
as F.II.A.Title
of Kansas City Mo., spent' the this week. New Orieany} La.- were 'visiting ,aompletely! on the I 1 Loans or.
past ten days with groundthey Sunday, Oct. 26', wfll be speciai ABC' Plan, Loans.GOVERNMENT ,
a
Mr. and Mra I Mr.' and Mrs. William Messf- their ,brother-i 1-law 'and sister; drove to ,the-Maroon-15.. ''Quart-, l ? ,
F1ordaTHEATRE Leo Champion. They visl led eolith of lake Worth were weekend Mr.. and Mr. L. G. Powell' (romMOndat' ,erbdtflcBubba ? ldayith dinner pn the grounds s FARM
points of Interest in South Florida h guests of Mr. and Mrs. ErnestWi4egten. to' Wednesday while en- ; LaMee passed to at 12:30: p.'m. and dedication' of Bruce LAMINATED HOUSING- LOANS

while here. route to Key West; 'Halfback''Jol1m Y. Deyore' ori We 'I the new educational' .building. at Oak Block Floors

Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Lee and" Misses Anne Matthews' J a Mrs: Mattie Gahagan U attend j one, where pass interference'was ,2:30. Don't give lovely hardwood
up
family of Ocala were Sunday visitors alyce Qifhaa wip spend the tog the state' U, D: C., coavefttlorto cane After one 1IU5 flunge The pastor, Rev Merle Pack floors just because your home J&J
of lit. and Mrs: R. V. Chap weekend with Miss Jane Guy in Tampa from Tuesday to FridayFriends' :failed LaMee carried over for .Kant extends a cordial invitation is built on concrete! Ask about

man Gainesville and will attend the U of"Mr; and Mrs L,'P; the' score with the to the public' to attend these ser this adaptable parquettypeBruce ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce game ending vices... floor. pre-finished.. .
Mathews oJ: of f Homecoming'
festivities. Smith Jr. of DeFunlak QUALITY
r Springsformer ; & SERVICE
three .
SAT;>-, OCT 18 ONLY Gainesville and Mrl; and Mrs! plays later. moisture resistant longwearing -
Mr. and Mrs- Mack: Futeh and Starke' residents 'will be -- recommended for
!J1QUBLE .FEATURE Lowe Mathews I of Neptune Beachwere" children attended the Clyde Beat interested to- hear their sour Lar Torsadees'xany Joans Tommy NOTICB TO DEFEND radiant,lifated floors. '
Sunday"guests of Mr. and StalliiigS/aAd'Harvey1 Tanner 4 'Walt .,. .
ty Circuf Jacksonville Saturday 'underwent an emergency enact TrttA Cointy -
appendectomy
MY Mrs.. Garl Mathews. '"afternoon.Mr&.Myrtice. turned is theit-best per( rrri ii CE Flyrdat; i."ajaoerr- ?.._. _
M;; i N'N'piEf : Thursday; ,of las., t of the ; Case No. 12-653 .
IIUN Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Speer of : Spence underwent I. week. Henry year Hall especially and on defense ( ,
Lake Worth James'Thoma. -
and Paholteewere Monday at Doctor's Hos Mr. and L. !
surgery Mrs. 'D. Vtotog
tqa aenuu visiting Mr. and Mrs.Lex. Gseveral teen pita!. spent the weekend: in Stockton while were Jim also. Hobfas'defensive standouts; "IT'S.. A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
days last week. Mrs. R, W; ,Underill and cW.- Ga;with Mr. and Mrs.. W. J. Tim cellent. kicking was ex ,1t !t C r
Miss Vidar Jean Gentry, a freshman -* dren of 'Melbourne are .'visiting merman. I '

at Wesleyan College to Ma-f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Little Suzanne ,Colson is> con Fumbles were' the' 'Tornadoes
e con Ga., spent last weekend with( Moncrief, this week. lined with tonsilltis. I Waterloo in 'this g me., YTlthout ]DENMARK) Furniture
hey parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. the'boo-bot the'store might have
Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson and cli: :llMr.. and Mrs. F. C. Richards and '
at least been
tied. '
ntnr 0
q
, dren of Lake City and Mr. and son of West Palm Beach wer: e'' .
roioeOfNa6. Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Orlando Mrs. N. C. Mott and Mrs. Ophelia weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Statistics' '
wfll spend the weekend herewith Moore''and son of Brooker were J., E: Wall, Jr. "r 'BUS PHS Free. Delivery OF STARKE Free Delivery
her scn-bi-Iaw and daughter Monday guests of Mr.;' and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edwardsare First downs' 6" '1' .'

i_ Mr. and Mrs. Charles L:: !Paul Faulkner. returning today from Brooklyn, Yard gained rnahtag 51. las( 434 446 West Call St. Phone WO 4-4321 Starke Florida

. .... .__ __AND Meister attending the Homecoming _T, H.J ade, Sr, was in Met N. Y. where they attended the' ,Yards' gained passing 65 35
..
,, ,, Florida. i I Monday Wednesday on Sunday Passes intercepted. by 1 1 ;- .. mna
< .Ft, mi le8 last-- *
I .... > 2l :
Your
f
Buy I1
-l Quaker
I I ',Avg distance punt* 27.5 31
.fiatisIostpenalties'I '19 60:

Sharethe:- Profits iir Sfdr After tonighr game;"ta* Tot- .
does. will have !e layoff until OIL CIRCULATOR I
Oct 31;: when they play. Lake :
. City here.
'

'tz nlWe Tornado V/tir. ; E EAltY l Lioeral f FOR YOUR

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.... ....> 1 Sao, u wpyS iN, I Scheduled{ Allowance, OLD HEATERFROM


For November 6 ,> I

t' ), _.. ., I on the early purchase of this, Quaker Heater!
The
annual Tornalo Whirl will .
f17 bOn >e held at the football stadium DENMARKFURNITURE equipped with automatic forced air fan and

Thursday night, Nov. 6, at 7 p.m. :
.e aorta PRODUCtION with the annual Homecoming' automatic air feed.Automatic.

awuP\ +we.nrna: game scheduled for Friday, Nov.

,. ... ..- These Weekend 1. The various' clubs at school I

Plus:"Leghorn Blqwa ,at Mid will present skits,,and the'COlortuJ GO.of .

night" Cartoon. A Specials At, KOCH'S"JACKSONVILLE pep rally will be climaxed by the FORCED AIR.FAN
crowning- of the, Homecoming

SUN,:bI'ON.:,OCT.. '19, 20 Queen.The Hamecemiig gimp will be STARKE' Males yew wctd)1.air Quaker dialingtytttm. enavUmalic

with Fernandina, and Homecoming .

.R IE J, _W WI PRICES! We mil not t be1 UnMsold! parade e'eloek festivities Friday This ev will afternoon at"also isbeiag include at spew 2:30 a PRICED FROM o S Turns mallcaUy.Clrcnlalti llitlf. ONMHIID M end on mere cuts '


.. cored by'the Junior Class: and I warmer air than ordinary beat,
m blower
a r Ion.
prize of,$25,, $15, and 1 10 will .
be awarded for the most attractive : 9 J

Reg. 29.95 69 Reg. 4.95. or-!'most original! floats. Any bus: j : i- ,, of ,#!; "AIR-FEED"
CANNON mess or organisation wishing'enter
FOUR. SLICE Ie ALARM! : a float in tie parade should to'p, Turns smoke /Into heart

TOW 1/E L'S J contact the Hig&"schoor' ptfice, Autontk Ily INDISCREETw& "POPUP"TOASTERS pfibne WO' 4-3751. FerriaaxJihaBeaca' r of air to burner. Eliminates draft prob
CLOCKS will'be invited : lenn Assures highest burning efficiency 'k T4owest |
: m ewe, band in toe parade. to enter',,' its i I l j fuel costa '*

Pins "Police Dogged" Cartoon 235KTTCHEN: Net inat 0n8-'f or the komecomtog [Liberal Trade-in For .

, Queen will be'made by mom: IiEw lylPROYED
Tws Wed.] 22.95 ben of the Senior Class, with > t
Oct.. 21, 22MlCKEf t
home roOms voting' to select the Your Old Heater 3*:
r,,'
: jr $lap four contenders. The 'ilea) f
; -
& SON. I, Reg. 6.93 9 1 selection will then' 'toe "made liy .. :
-
ka Plafst fhsk iaetpNtE i "
popular vote'of students to grades i
BATHROOMSCALES T'through '1Z:. Only members ot ;; ; '
the Sealof'Class can be nominal j Shop' Us BeforeYQU ;
t ;z

pND YHA s oMe. : .J ed for f Rueen- ,- *- T < /JlllJ dmP.
G LOCKS .
?w. : Fiineral Sunday .
.firm.. w.rw..Plus D Bay .

---;:. : j For; .J., J. Thomas : SUPER
"Tree"Medic"' Cartoon 4$5" 3 FOR i: -- -fc 1ItIflUIL{

9S. James 'Jeffetspfj T> tnah, 6?;' "WE GUARANTEE, TO CHAlLENGER
Thu! Ffi. Oct.23,24 Assorted Cobis.PRESCRIP''lONS it7ye'} of 9r dt gyp! County, died: .. VI
Friday; Oct. tit. to Km Menrortal
? !
LtSTE G SAVE YOU OIL HEATER
MONET"j
.. i Hospital. Lake Butler, ,t.
. Raw,
O ', Barn' 'Nov": S, 1294, he was the Here is advanced design offering 'a+1 4 __
.h
"
'
son of the late Juniper Thomas, real beating
you economy
[ '
,.: ) are our main business -- Three Pharmacists to'serve and 1lr' Mary Eenfroe ,Thomas.He e'Use Our Popular rt combined with moderate co: t. J

,t. you Day and Night. With our, large volume of prescription bar gas of the a.retired Lake! f anaei Butler and Chris teem '

Church.Besides. tintBUDGET 2-WAY MOHEY-iACK
PLAN GUARANTEE
business we can give the BEST FOR
VAIl fW1IN-TA HUNTER you LESS his mother, he is survived r! Guaranteed
to rive you more Guaranteed to heat '
rr by Wa I'wife. Mrs McSinoey 1Quaker n yow horn
} ;Pearl t comfort in every room of your on 25%to 33U%leas fuel l than
Thomas,six daughters and borne on lets fuel any ordinary neater or YOUR
': tw'sons; alsoa- ))P ther. Jesse. Long.LiC"Smoke, : MONEy ordlDa7 EIACKads" J heater or YOUR JdONBY BACK. .
'. KOCH Drug Store h,Dalai af Lake Butler.

tl.urscc E ItONCOlOS* ..Foneral: services were'held Sun { Burner. gives extra- heat Plus many other OUTSTANDING FIAUIRIS!
day &nmoon"at4S'o.c1oet
to the from+ every drop of oil J OIHlbr ntIJf.sm..talarr. a.m.-I xhc
Pin "Pest That Comes To r Bear Sapp Cemetery New River, r tact from evwy drop .! tO Ocaut ..-. ell
Dinner Cartoon :Free Truck eliv.i-r-:. Phone WO 44401 with Ret.C.'P.-'l>anci of Lake Ddesa't smoke at any,, stage. flOp.f fire. any

ng Iyr .._ Batter Cfft iatml'. Arrangements i ,Aft-SUd) C n nKfiojfm 5% lien faster wanMattaw ,
I' - t. .
r I were'to-efiafgs ot DeWitt C. Jones ollire S- .* p sT I 6a old farktonad treed COlI Irea,

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tTHURSDAY.

OCTOBER 18.. 19M BRADFORD coUNTy
TELEGBAFH STABXE. FLORIDA/
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Mr.: and Mrs.: Lei Green attend Pant night tit'ifi mf'spent tfifl John stroud;; "''Missionary ;w Brooker- Man- Truby C. Slade Plaintiff,, vs. JualIelle the original in the office of the
pdtlla'state Democratic executive"weekend with his mother Mrs U:' Cuba was*' the 'overnight guesi Slade Der ndant. Clerk of tae Circuit. .. ..
committee, in NOTICE TO APPEARTO before the 17 day of November 1>:58;
meeting Daytona )E.: Knight.Mr. Wednesday of Rev. and Mrs. Donate Is Charged Withd : Juanelle Slade. whose resience otherwise the allegation (.f said
Beach last Friday and Saturday. and Mrs. V. V. Saw eld Ko omoor.L. Complaint will be taken as confessed .
Friends will regret to learn of in'San Antonio,,Texas, this week N. Pickering<< underwent surgery Statutory Rape Pope. end Route address 2. Douglas Is: Co[ Georgia J. W. JThia Dctice'Ihcll by you. be published, once

the serious' illness of Mrs. Laura They will be accompanied home Tuesday at St. Luke's You are hereby notified that a suit, each week for four consecutive<< weeksin
Hos Robert James [Bobby Jones' for divorce and support of minor
Mosley, who was taken to Alachua the Bradford County Telegraph.
by their son, Jimmy; who Is staj pital. children has been filed against
IN THE NEWfA General Hospital recently for tioned at the Air Force'base there! of Brooker' was arrested Monday in the above same Court and cause you (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 15 diy) of October. 1S58.
treat rent. Jimmy will behom on leave of Mr. and Mrs. James Reddish" of by the'sheriff"s office on a charged and you are required to serve a CHARLES A. DARBY,
...., ? Stark fief rented? the'Mitchell copy of your answer or pleading to Clerk of the Circuit COurt.By .
... .,.. . the
---- ----- .,' Mr. and Mrs. J. L.; Gentry had absence before overseas duty. 'cottage on Kingsiey for statutory rape and was later released complaint en the Plaintiffs At Marian L. Crosby Deputy
of.Mends- as guests on Wednesday of last Mr. and Mrs.: C. A. Put di and Lake. the ;under $1,500 bond. pie torney Avenue\'J. Thomas. Jr. 20J-5 Tem- Clerk.,
group gave an an- Mr. and winter. Starke Florida and file
Mrs. L.' A. Davis 10-18 It H.G
are week Mr. and Mrs. Liash Mr: and MrS. Mack "Patch" and '
niversary Taylor The attest made
party Saturday evening speeding this week ''in Tampawhere of .M-. 'and Mrs. Titus 'Olson. an4 was upon com- _f
children
Jacksonville. visited Mr.and Mrs'FredEkard
honoring Mr. and Mrs Tommy Mrs. Davis is attending the James '( vett attended the &ing4ing plataf pf a .13-year-old Brooker
Colsoa on their' 13th wedding anniversary annual convention of the Florida Mr. and Mrs;'J. G. Holtori visited in Jacksonville guqday.; : eom ntion at Fitzgerald. Ga.il school girl.
at the home of Mr and Division of the United Daughters Mr; and Mrs. L. E. Jordan in "Mrs.'Seymour Marco -Mrs. Ran. ,sJI1daY The sheriff's office, is making Shams the Profifs frt Star

Mrs. C: TV Lee.Twelve rjend\ $ enjoyed -. of the Confederacy.. Tuesday Oct Jacksonville Sunday. dal Chftty. Mrs Arch Thomas; \ an investigation and wilt present
:the occasion. 21 is the 50th wedding anniversary Miss Marcia Miller of Andrew Jr.. Miss Betty Jane Morgan and MYF- ,Entertained its'finding to the State's Attorney 1 1 1

Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and .WJ. s. of Mr. and MrsDavis College Cuthbert, Ga. was home Miss Louise Stern atte 1d d"tnfederation' e for. further a. ,tion.,
t and.I
W. Lee were in Lakeland lest they will celebrate the occasion for the weekend. dinner of the ForestDaie At Scavenge? Hunt
:
week voting 1I"Ttt.: Liznbe h.''I by taking a second wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepard of Woman's Club at the Semi" Col. Wall Host ,r .
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop, Jr. before returning to Starke. Lake City were'Tuesday guests of nole Hotel, Jacksonville on Monday The 'Sefpor Methodjst' Youtlj! "

will return from Chicago, 'AI; on I Mr: and Mrs. John Mixon and Mrs. C. A. :Knight. evening ''as delegates pf the Feilowsnjft'enjoyed'? .a scavenger To Board. Members

Sunday after attending:t&e.Independent family' visited Mrs M. E. Mixon S-Sgt and Mrs. Jerry Lawson n Starke Junior 'Women's Club. 'Iftint} followed by: f spaghetti sup! .1
j National Telephone con in Gainesville on Sunday and children of'Orlando spent the Mr. and Mrs. Tyler: Jones at-1. *-*-"' !in the Fellowship' Hall last Col..Harpjd\ C. Wall of St. Augu--

vention'for ten days. R. G, Paterson Attended weekend with Mr, and Mrs. Ewell tended the St. Johns County Timber 1 j I ,4 atilyday'eventngt stine'i State Director of Selective: !

Mr. and Mrs.James Hoppe and Presbytery at the Lawson Growers. Assn. annual fish i 'Included With the I, .24. 'menm ni i iaUending eryice', :'entertained.local1mem"., c FRIDAY, SATURDAY OCT. 17, 18
,Mr. ancj Mrs. William C. Crowder on Tuesday. Camp Montgomery- Mr. and Mrs D.:' S. Wescott of fry at Wednesday/ were Mrs. Del Coiley andPavid hers of the Selective Service Boa}
of Tampa-will;be' weekend' gueita Tampa will be weekend guests of of last week. They also attended pristaw, leaders. at a J Juncheon() meeting Tuesday ail s 1
of MrS; O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. Friends of !.frs. 3. H. Riteh wU Sen. and Mrs C. E. Johns. the Brooker' Masonic' Lpdge, bar the ""Garden Restaurant\ :' Specjaj

,W. Kincaid' while attending the regret to hear she fell at home on Mrs.. Emma Lamoreaux of Lake becue' Saturday evening: Recent guests were Congressman. ,D. R:
,Homecoming festivities Saturday and broke her hip..She Geneva Birth JP'iJIY] Matthews an'd' Jack Bryjant'of
' at U. of underwent ; was' visiting Mrs. W B. Mr. 'and 'Mrs. Roy Sliaw of .
P. surgery in St. Vin nt's Mundy on Wednesday of last Vatdosfa were weekend g estS"o1Ui' r Mr; and-Mrs."Richard Carter 'ofLawtey Gainesville and R.H,Rabb;
Mrs. Fred Guy and son. Jimmy, Hospital on Monday. J i week. .' and 'Mrs. Tyler Jones. The manager of the H. C.. Wall
,of Gainesville were weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stanley Misses Jean Mundy and Jane Jones family also had 'as! a Rues anncan*' e' the birth of a:; Agency.W. .
daughter Oct It
Brenda Sue .
of Mrs; A. Z. Adkins.; spent the weekend in Southport,sent! on 'Sunday' and Monday EmoryGreen at St. Vincent ;: on J C [tBUly, ) Powell\ and S. G:
.
Hospital, Jackson
I. B. Burton of ) N. 0. with relatives. '
( r1anda, Mrs.RobertTurner of Ci<1lahan. villa: The Denmark are members of the local -
of the State Farm Mr. and Mrs. Marion Nell and Mundy., 'Mr.. and Mrs. Charles 'Sawyerof and grandparents aw Mr! board. .
O.'P
Mrs. : Shuford' and Mr
;and Mrs. Alice Anderson of Starkeattended : > Mr. and Mrs. Victor 1
Spring Hartmann Jacksonville Beach, were nisi t' and Mrs., Oscar Carter of Lawtey.
the funeral- & sister, of Rockford. HI: are visiting Mr' ing Mrand'MrS.: : T.: H. Slade s r: Revival Services -,- li I
Mrs. R. A. Harley, im Dorchester.S. Mrs, Charlie Cowen.F and Mrs. Al Hartmann for two on' Sunday: ''The Blades .aTso' hadas' I
,. G. last' weekend. M. [Buadyjj Crawford re) week overnight''guest Sunday. 'Dr.It. i Start Oct. ;20-. .

Mr and Mrs. M. C. Wells and turned home Saturday from Brad Mr. and Mrs. R. S.,McAteer of B.''Trimble of Ataltna, Ga. fprnadpes Flay' At Hope Baptist
J ;I.1.. l3.-Hutto were visiting Mr. ford County Hospital where he Tampa will spend the 'weekend I Miss 'Clara 'Leaman returned
and Mrs. J. H. Wells and family was confined three weeks following with their son-in-law and '
laugh home Sunday after four months Revival l'services will begin Mon->
in Pensacola'' over the'weekend.. surgery. ter. Mr. and Mrs i in Perry Toiht. "
George Flynn the Northeastern states and dray OCt: 24, at HoPe'Baptist
Little ,Greg Champion ,under- Mr and Mrs. M. F. Hazen
were Jr and family to help celebrate Canada.: She'attended the Lutheran -' Church: 'Theressa, with
:?went surgery in the. Bradford sight-seeing in Washington. D. C, the seventh Rev. Sam -
birthday anniversary Triennial in
etipg Toronto
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Continued from :Page 1] uel Stewart of'Pierson, evens
as
1 wish
County Hospital on Tuesday. from Tuesday to Friday of last of Reggie Flynn.Mrs.'William Canada Sept. 26-30 and spent two! geUst. The.song service will'begIn you'd ha ve your glasses'
Y the checked, PMbertf
a week: game Tornadoes took over -
1 oq

Saunders and children at Lake
months Chautaudua. each, night at 7:30: with Rev. Fred
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wheeler are visiting friends in Or Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Fripp1 of downs on their own 32. Staying Dodd as leader. F.H.A. Titfe 1 Loans
or
of Kansas City Mo:; spent the lando this week. New Orleans .- completely on the '
were -visiting ground they
Sunday; Oct.. 26, wfll be"a special ABC' Plan, LoansGOVERNMENT'
past ten
days with Mr..and Mrs, Mrs and Mrs. William Messf- their brother-i- .
law 'and sister,; drove to the Maroon' 15., ''Quartterback day with dinner '
the gio'undSa
FloridaTHEATRE Leo Champion. They visitedpoints smith of Lake Worth were weekend Mr. and Mr., L. G. Powell' frori t I Bubba on FARM
LaMe
passed aV 12:30: p.'ra. and dedication of
of interest in South LAMINATED HOUSING' LOANSJ&J
Florida h guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest t Monday Wednesday while en- Bruce
while here. WJdegren. route to Key'West; -' y' Devere- ort the the pew educational' .building, at Oak Block Floors

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee and Misses Anne Matthews' Jo- Mrs; Mattie Gahagan is atte cue where pass interference'wa.; 2:30.: Don't give up lovely hardwood

family of Ocala were Sunday visit alyce Graham! will spend the ing the state' U, D: 0'., convention nil'cane] After one 1W5 plunge The pastor, Rev. Merle Paek- floors just because your home
ore of M*. and Mrs*. R. V. Chap* weekend with Miss Jane Guy in in Tampa from Tuesday' to Frida Yfatted! LaMee carried over for ham extends- a cordial invitation is built on concrete! Ask about

man. Gainesville and will attend the U Friends' of'111'; and Mrs, L.'P, the' scoff with the game ending to the, public to attend these services this adaptable floor. parquettypeBruce .
pre-finisbed.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathews of of "P. Homecoming' festivities. Smith Jr. of DeFuaiak SprlngSformeJ' three resistant QUALITY & SERVICE{
SAT-: OCT 18 ONLY Gainesville and Mrl: and Mrs! Mr.: and Mrs.- Mack Futeh and Starke' residents, will be plays later. I w'rin, '. recommended long-for

=DOUBLE FEATURE Lowe] Mathews of Neptune! Beach children attended' the Clyde Beat- .interested to- hear their son, Lar: Toraaaoes"'Randy' Johns", Tommy : NOTICB TODEFEND radiant,lipated floor '
--+ were Sunday"guests of Mr. and ty Circus- Jacksonville Saturday" :17 'undenvent an emergency appenrtectomy -' stallingS; and1 HarveY Tanner er ,r_ cleeefs. Ceart Bradford CaeatyCE .Y .
Mrs. Carl tamed ia their best perfermanc Flprideg; ill CbaJiler.J'. .. _
UT AUTHOHYi DEIRI Mathews. 'afternoon. I Thursday,_ .. .of. last.. of the Case No.- 12-653- ,
]
MILLAND' QUINN PA6ETw Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Speer of 1k1lli.yrtiCC; Spence underwent week. year especially on defense .
,
Henry Hall and James ThomaS
Lake Worth and Pahokee were surgery Monday at, Doctor's Hos Mr. and Mrs. L. >D. Vining __
wn, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green[pital. spent be'weekend in Stockton< ,% while were Jim also Hobbs'defensrne standouts; "ITS A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

several days last week.' Mrs. R. 'W Underill''and children Ga;with Mr. and Mrs! W. J. Tim cellent. kicking"' -was- ex-
Miss Vida' Jean Gentry, a fresh. of'Melbourne are visiting merman. i

fL ; man at Wesleyan: College in Maf her'parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H Little Suzanne ,Colson is confined : Fumbles were' the''Torn' do s" IQENMARKo:
con, Ga., spent last weekend with Moncrief, this week. with tonsilitis. I Waterloo in this game. withoutthe Co.

SS her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson and children Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Richards and lxx>bot> ,the score might have
at least been tied. '
Gentry.. of Lake City and Ml. and son of West 'Palm Beach were ,
Mrs. H, B. McLendon of Orlando Mrs. N. C. Mott and Mrs. Ophe Ifs weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. Statistics" '
tiaiaq will spend the weekend here. Moore and son of Brooker were E: Wall Jr. "r 'BITS PHS' (Free Delivery/ OF STARKE Free Delivery

F with'her' son-in-law and daughter Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edward. First doWrts+ Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Paul! Faulkner are returning today from Brooklyn Yard: gained roshmg 57 156Yards 1 434 446 West Call St. Phone WO 4-4321 Starke Florida
,
. :.... .._,__.AND. :.--. Meister attending the Homecoming T, H. lade, Sr. was in Me mm N. Y.; where they attended the' gained passing HS aJ
I festivities at the UnIversity"ofFlorida phis. Term en business:: funeral'' of her' mother Who. died 'asses 6.13, )
i I Monday Wednesday. Passes intercepted by 1 1.fHnbles .
on Sunday f "k
_. I. tost- : f 2
iI1z ix I Buy Your Quaker fr
'
1.Avg. distancepunts 27 A 31','
YardV lost penalties' 'lv': 60

-the-Profits in Star After tonighr game;'"the Tot- '
Shore
idoes will have's' layoff until OIL CIRCULATOR I J

Pet 31, when they play' Lake :.
City here. -


Tornado- Whirl tSi 1 j E m l Lifieral r FOR YOUR

K1 (U I' '

.... ",', I ( Scheduled/ F Allowance OLD HEATERFROM


e',., For November 6 .> r

\ ,"" V:4u I The oft the early purchase of this Quaker Heater!
annual
Tornalo
Whirl will
4 IB '
( '
ff7" be held at the football stadium DENMARKFURNITURE equipped with automatic forced air fan and

e with Thursday the night annual, Nov.Homecoming 6, at 7 p.m.. automatic air feed.
ClOVU PItQOUCT1OIIItOlJl.llll6M
game scheduled for Friday Wov.

.. ...- On These Weekend 7. The various'clubs at school : CO. AutomaticFORtED
Plus: will present skits,,and the colorful
"Leghorn Blows at Mid-
night" Cartoon. pep rally will be climaxed by the ) AIR. FAN
Specials At KOCHTJACKSONVILLE crowning of the, Homecoming

'sUN.ii: :.OCt. '19,,20INDISCREET Queen.The Homecoming gamewill I be o f STARKE blokes yoke l md new air Ovaliravlcmallc healing as

with Fernandina, and Homecoming lytttm.Twnt .
festivities -alSo e !t..!f is end oH euta '
will

e PRICES! We rid not t h be UnMsold! parade'e'elock.Friday Thia ev afternoon nt is- being include at apes 2:30: a PRICED. FROM s moJicolly.Clrcalelii. ONMHIIO acre

worm air than
ordinary beater
jo cored by'the I
Junior Class- ;' and v T" bUwtr .r ran
prize* of $25, 515, and f 10 will .
be awarded for"the most attractive : .i' .9 "

Reg. 29.95 69 CANNON Reg. 4. 5. or-'most,oriiaai floats' Any business ;) .. ,Au"it AIRFEED"Turns
or organization 'wishing to
FOUR, SLICE ,. ALARM' enter a float in the parade should ,;. smoke Info heat/

..'" TOwELS 11 contact' the Higa{ 'schoof' pifice, 1i: Automatktlly supplies correct amount
"POPUP"TOASTERS pFlane' 'WO" 4-3751. FerriaBdihaBeach' of air to burner. Eliminates draft prob ....

:uam1OO" :;=: CLOCKS. Sand in will'the be'parade.invited to enter- JU S? I i j lowest lems.Assures fuel costs.highest burning efficiency .


Plus "Police Doreed" Cartoon 245 Nomination'for'the komecoming [Liberal>< Trade-m Fort ti

, .." Queen will be'made by mein- .. MEW 'IMPMYB
Tues., Wed. Oct.. 21, 22MIGEY& 22.95 bers of the Senior Qa&s\ with *
home rooms voting' to select the Your Old H ater' t-
S ,'
top four c ntender The 'nisi -

SON" I, Reg. 6.93 jiilllIii selection will? thin be madepopular by; _
kitrr. thsarrfawn : '
vote ,
students ia
p (ra 47'through'1Z ea
:> "
'.M '
.j I
: Only members of I
-
1NA BATHROOMSCALES Us '
the Senior'Class can be nomlnatr j 1 Shop Before ,
KITCHEN ed for Queen y

ANA MOM e if- :Awxtfaffi l I
*
co iI- CLOCKS: Funeral Sunday YQU .
Buy
riiiiei N.rawIrv I .

.. : i For ,J. Thomas, SUPER t 1! -
Plus "Tree Medic"' Cartoon 4:95 3 FOR .i9S" SA ka
:
James 'Jeffersp 'Thomas! 63 ;' "WE GUARANTEE TO CHALLENGER
Thur., FrL Oct. 23, 2.1e Assorted Colors _4flYe" of :Bradford Bounty, died < jJjjt _
l e X1.1 _t Friday. Oct. 10. In King l
Memorial
' i IStE lMGIRAMAI = SAVE YOU MONEY" OIL HEATER t
Hospital
., I Lake Butler,
'J
Barn' Nov: 8, U94, 'hi wai the. 1 Here is advanced design offering .
son. of-the life Juniper Th muss. .. you real beating economy
_n. / -PRESCRIPTIONS are our main business Three Pharmacists to and Mrs.: Mary Benfroe 'Thoaias. t| Use Our Popular'p' -w combined with moderate cost :

He was a retired armei and metn--
serve you Day and Night. With our, large volume of prescription b of the Lake Butler Christian

Church.,- BUDGET PLAN 2-WAY MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE
,
business we can give you the BEj>T FOR LESS. Besides
his
mother, he is
YAM TAi surSvje -
HEfUN HUNTER =' Guaranteed to five yon more n Guaranteed, to heat yoor been
f l fcy hifrwife Mr Pearl Mcpinney t 1 1Quaker comfort! in every room of your i on 25%to 33%%lea fuel than
Thomas, six daughters and home on leu fuel than any MY ordinary! beater W TOW

: gtw >sons; also:- a. blather Jesse. I > Long-Life, "Smoke- MONEY ordinary BACK.heater or YOUR' JdONEY BAcLe53" '

-, KOCH Drug Store || ,erase i ef Lake Butler.
PE Funeral services pen held Bun- ( Borne; gives extra heaj Plus many otter! OUTSTANDING fEITURES!
surrstcdsoxF1us
I ._. May afternoon at- o'clock in the from eyery drop of. oit, J Ouafctr Umj4ifJm Ul. t" lII'nMfph
-'Pest That Comes, To ffienr Sapp Cemetery. ,New River -r her troywattdrop .< oR Ooetat nefca tf any.
Dinner" Cartoon, Fret 'iu kDeliv Iy-- Phony WO 4401 gwith Ret"C.'F.-'Dance of Lake Doesn't smoke at any, stag. pose 'f tire .

,-rtw wr kr.a a-4 +t1.ail. ":1! .. _. .. Sntlep offl 1at1nr. Arrangements a s IJI.SlMl t.nbeceott-pfws S Va seta fa..waa.oP ..
-- - t. i were !Jh charger ot DeWitt C. Jones el fire. -? .. .... .* tixui old-foslJoasd! stew lsatiog cad ices

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I TiItmSflAt OCTOBER 16. lass'B'


Squad Takes the man ball,Lobbied kicked.the Bradford's ball and Lake safety I yards In the was 4th nullified'quarter by Martin clipping.,'running Booster Club social surveyed_agencies the functions concerned of with major the I,Mandell Cellon forfeited bond of I t the list as desirable for a superior I I to determine what parents think

Csty recovered. .Again the Tigers tafi-oack,, made about 45 $12 by not appearing to defend a teacher were kindness and understanding concerning the Teacher
20-13 Decision needs of children. Other Career Increments
speakers
V failed to move and IHS took over yards betore being forced out ot Takes Scoreboard charge of running a red light. knowledge of subject
were Dr. A, Y* Covington, who which will be a methodof
or. their own 30. Three bounds Last week Thomas Woods pleaded matter love
running on _the 2 yard line. After I of children and interest -
explained the work of the Health increasing the salary of teach-
Over Lake City plays took the Tornadoes to the: c. 5-yard penalty, Malone scored As '58 ProjectAdoption I Department Mrs. Mary Kingjj guilty on two charges, public according to the opinions ers who have been in the system
mid-stripe where Jimmy Malone I from the 8 to make it BUS 20, I intoxication and driving turned in. Discipline and Christian -
for ten
Humphrey, w.ho' told of the aids:, withoutI years or more and are doing -
Tuesday'night at BHS stadium broke off left tackle reversed his Lake City 6. Later in theperiod offered by the Welfare_ Department a license. He was fcund I living also stood high on the an outstanding Job. The prob-
the Baby Tornadoes rode down the field, and outran the Tigers' secondary the visitors had two long runs of .an electric scoreboard both and fined.$27 for each con- list of necessary qualities.
and D?. Florence Jennings, lem Is how such teachers shall be
1 for Bradford field
trail for a TI). The point after was approved viction. Also pleading guilty last The
victory again with a 20-13 nullified before they scored in the Bradford County :Juvenile Coun- purpose of the program was chosen.
decision over the Lake City baby l failed, and BHS led 6-0. Later closing seconds of the game. as its project for the year selor, who told of the responsibility week to a charge of public intoxication
Tigers. in the same penod Irwin Martin at a meeting of the newly named was Davis Cole who was
Outstanding for the local team of the Juvenile Court. School
i&n about 60 to ISMS Bradford Boosters dub held in the judged guilty and fined $27. Horace ONE
yards put
This was the Tornado QT. OR GAL.
B OF PAINTFREE
HquacTasecond I was Buddy Thomas. whO put BHS music building Superintendent H. t Morgan explained -
ahead 13-0. Lake back Monday nightThe McKinney pleaded
came guilty
City to
victory in as starts Lake the turf the
many : many City 'boys on Exceptional Child
and the to score: in the second period fora Monday meeting followedan disorderly conduct. Found guilty,
came at '
expense a during the game. Both guards, earlier meeting of the Units, now; totaling eight in tiie
strong, fighting Lake my team. half-time tally of 13-6. Mike Denton and Neil Phillips, zation on'Oct.:9, under the organi-origin county and Mrs. Martha'Snell n, h e was sentenced to pay a fine of

A good crowd 6f more' than 300, During the third quarter neither r v.ere outstanding.;, Tom Gay looked al name of Starke QuarterbackClub. health nurse, explained, in the $27.Those WITH EACH ONE YOU BUY"We

fans witnessed the'win. team could materialize a scoring good both on oflense and from At this first A. absence of Miss Sara McCullough, net appearing on charges
meeting Eliminate
last l the
BHS opened by kicking to Lake drive due to penalties and tUm'Dles his linebacking position on de N Holliday was elected to head consultant,nurse, the help offered week and forfeiting bond Middleman's Profit"MARY

City who, after failing to move Martin's beautiful run of about' 63 fense. Chester (Bubba) Moody the club this year; Harry Green to. crippled children.. were Charles David Thompson, CARTER PAINT
I r reckless driving, $52 and STORE
; leaving
at quarterback, again called a was named vice president: Mrs. Tne aims of the Children's Committee

good selection or plays curing me Tom Stallings, secretary-treasur- were summarized by pres- the scene of an accident, $52; FredJ. 355 Temple Ave., Starkeor

game. er, and directors: Dr. H. H. i ident of the organization,. Rev. ._ Blocker, reckless driving with 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville V
Music was provided by the BHS Adams Foster Shi Smith, and B. Donald Kokomoor. excess speed, $37; Richard Wm. ,

Pep Band, and C. L. Overturf onthe W. Payne. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Stewart, following too closely,

I p.a. system gave the atmosphere Huggins were named cochairmen MAYOR'S COURTMost causing an accident, $27; and
Robert Lee Peavy, running a red
of a varsity game. of membership and Mr. and
The B Squad schedule has! been Mrs. Chester Moody co-chairmen l light in a school zone, $12. BE SURE
of the cases on the trail llAMre'
changed in order to play Gainesville of puTflicity. docket of Mayor's Court V Monday Teacher TO SEE THE 'BEVERLY flU11II1

at home on Oct. 28.V It was decided to change the were for traffic violations, some Qualities
Next Tuesday the Baby Tornadoes name of the organization so thatit Before
V growing out of accidents. Many Panel Topic Used Buying YourOwnerCompleted
will play Palatka there at
would support for
During encompass
Shopportunity forfeited bond by non-appearance.
1:30.: the entire athletic program at: Of those appearing, Willie; At Lawtey PTAThe Home .

Days -.. October 17 18 BHS, and would also include mem- Mann pleaded not guilty of excess

V Rotarians Hear bership,from sports fans through speed 35 miles in a 25 mile zone. Lawtey PTA conducted a We invite your inspection during the construction -

Bradford Chapter out the area. He was found guilty and fined $27 panel! discussion of qualities which of our models at 2152 West Beaver St.

\ It was decided to lower the or 5 days. Charlie Jackson Powell make for a superior teacher, at in Jacksonville.

Everything you need i V FFA PresidentJohn membership fee in the club to $1]I pleaded "no case" to failure to their regular meeting held in the

in oriTer that more people will par- yield the right of way causing an school auditorium Tuesday night. "BEVERLY HOMES" are loaded with EXTRAS

Allen Shadd president ofthe ticipate. Cheerleaders will have acident and was found guilty, and The program followed the regu- Come by or Call Elgin 3-9718
for
Jacksonville
a Beautiful Bed Room membership cards at all home ,
Bradford Chapter, Future fined $27 with sentence suspended lar business meeting and a movie.

Farmers of-America, spoke at the games and all fans are asked to and put on probation for 30 The PTA members- and their

Rotary Club Wednesday and join the club and take part in its days. Pleading not guilty to guests were invited to write their

voiced the need for an'agricultural activities. charges of running a red light, opinions of these qualities and kUV 1 That's Our Business

1 building at the Fair Groundsfor V Harold Watson Keyes was found: these cpinions, read by program I

the purpose of housing exhibits Social Security guilty, fined $12, with sentencesuspended chairman, Mrs. Robert E. Lee, %QIJf4J If It's Glass We Hart Iii I

and other similar uses. Date Next Week and put on probationfor were discussed by the panel. im CALL WRITE O{ VISIT

The speaker outlined the program 30 days Members of the panel were

: of FFA activities and reviewed E. C. Frazier forfeited bend of Principal Hugh Ingram; Mrs. H. Joe
V A representative of the Gaines Peters Class Co.
V Va some of, the ,honors won ville Social Security office will be $102 by not appearing on a chargeof H. Hamilton, teacher: Miss Dee
by the local chapters in' judging Wilson, ani Jimmie Waters. Law- I
disorderly conduct.
contests aud other events at the in.Starke at the court room of tey Junior High students; Mrs. FOR ANY GLASS NEED

State Fair. He urged more interestin the court house at 9:30: a. m., on: Those forfeiting bonds of $2 7 W. Wilson, parent, and Mrs. Sam I 'I IrJIVVji We Design Modern Store Fronts
Thursday, Oct. 23, for the purposeof by non-appearance were: ElbertBurris McGarvey. ;
i our own ccunty fair, and said Just Mail Us A Pattern for
conducting social excess speed Lawrence
security busi ;
Qualities which seem to head I
,,' that emphasis should be on agricultural Table Tops
V Elliot, faulty equipment, causingan
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rather than and the livestock"sideshows"exhibits and, ness.Persons who desire to make application accident; Robert Lee, no drivers W.C.T.U. 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, FUu Phone FR. 2-4353

license; Albin Streed, reckless
for social security retirement -
other carnival atmos here.
driving in school zone Don Crawford ,-
The FFA president was accompanied or survivors benefits, secure ; "ALCOHOL IS EQUALLY BAD
10- iece social I reckless driving, causing an

18995 Stern Chapter., vice to the president meeting The program of by the Roland Bradford was or information get security any are other account invited social to numbers security see our;.!accident license; Don; George Crawford Calvin no Grant drivers r-- FOR HUMAN, AND THE BEING.TilE ARTERIES ARTERIES" OF TRAFFIC OF A Sell It Rent ft, Trade It

Bedroom I
Grouping representative at the time of his haw excess speed; Bill S. Harrington '
arranged by County Agent G. T. [NATIONAL VOICE].
I visit. excess speed. Decosta 1TH
Huggins. II A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
Preceding the student talk.

V One Double.Dresser One Bookcase Bed One Chestof Johnny Kopelousos, president of Children's Group I' /ieCmng Scriptures...., by jack tyimm f

the Staike Jaycees, reported I :0 WORDS on LESS, O.e lasertloa (HlalaiM _
on Charge) _
Hears J1
Goodness
Drawers Vocational with
One Innerspring Mattress One a Name the Right Combination
Bos
the area VIII economic survey BACH ADDITIONAL: WORD OVER 20 __ ___._, 4e Per W.r4.

Spring Two Vanity One -:. meeting held in the courthouse Rehabilitation Talk I 90% niscourvT:\ osr: REPEAT ,INSERTIONS SAMB!! ADs
Lamps Bed Spread Tuesday night.Members kV, -.-- U U ::. ADDITIONAL: FOR BLI\D: ADS OR ADS KOT PAID n ADVANC&

Two Feather PillowS: V were reminded of the Edwin P. Stewart of the Voca- A- CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ..-_ $1.:$ Per i;..- Fliil Iisrd.a.
V annual Rural-Urban day on Oct. tional Rehabilitation Service was V V 1 1.110 PER I:>TH FOR MMB: AD REPF.ATED"OYF OR MORE TIME

29 when Bradford County far- guest speaker at the Bradford t CARDS OF THANK (Up T. 50 Words) -----V PAt

mers will be guests of the Rotary County Children's committee \ \ : OVER 56 WORDS -------------_____ .4 O.U Prr Wor

HART FURNITURE CO Club Grounds.at a fish fry on the- Fair meeting Methodist In Monday Recreation I noon Hall.in the .-, \ .. MKMOHtAI.S AD RK'

explaining renaDuiuuioft: forthe rir S. : FOR RENT-Furnished first floor FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished
disabled Mr. apartments. Close In desirable 10ation. -
Stewart
Cong. Matthews said it house Inquire at Bus Station_
123 E. Call St. STARKE, FLORIDA was necessary that these people \ki> ,-. .. c o11man. All 228 conveniences.W. Madson St.W.tfchg H. Itchr
Speaks To StudentsAt really want help with their prob- WANTED Experienced Sales

lems. His organization can do FOR SALE-Keystone Heights Lady. Nick's Fruit Stand.
Assembly much with Dream Cottage. Like new inside and
retraining and
physic.
out. Paneled. Corner lot. Select:
Congressman D. K. (Billy) Matthew i' help for those who sincerely *A 6000 NiME'lS BATHES TO BE CHOSSN THAN 62EAT RICHES, '" neighborhood. Furnished. Why pay > FOH fence 8ALU! -Pent 4 process treated
Proflfs In Star want and AND LOVIN3 rent Call Keystone 4l9!. dtp 10-18 posts. miles North on 3U1.
Share the aatfressed an ,assembly ot help will cooperate.The FAVOUR BATHES THAN 5ILVSK. AMD OPk22! Green & Bah Ken Post Co.tfcb

Bradford High School students program 01 the meeting FOR RENT-or Lease-Johnson's WE HAVE .
a new loan for
Tuesday morning on 'The Three : Farmer Supply Building. Phone WO farmers. LOUI program
Franklin Ritch, president of the 4-45S4, tfchgEXPERIENCED for the |entire .ot 1 to 6 years
Essentials of Good Citizenship." credit require
Student Council. ments of the farmer and hit lamlly.
The Congressman declared -If your space .
thesessen.tials Gainesville
Also during the Production Credit
morning, Congressman heater needs cleaning! contact Junior -
Association
to (20
e be: vision tforth Main.
knowledge, Matthews spoke to Poster Allen at this addicss: Rt. 1. Box Gainesville, Fla. tfch
and a capacity for unselfish ser- S. Smith's class in Problemsof 170 Starke, Fla. 9-25-4t *
vice. He was introduced RADIOS REPAIRED
by, American Democracy. WANTED-Listings of Retirement AU Makes AU X.ldM
IFAIR Homes. Large and small acreage &.....*bl. Charge* ffwarute4
and residential reasonably
property SHEPHERD'S: RADIO A TV
priced, with terms. Have buyers if !.... Greco, Owitr
FRIDAY, SATURDAY -. OCT. 17,18 property suitable. Strout Realty. IJ8 W. Call $t. Pho.e WOl-Ofl
Jnhnie Hansen, Rep. P. O. Pox 307. Starke. ....._
Starke, Fla. 5 ml S of Starke on U. -
S No 301 Itchg FORT SALE-14 In 11
V z ft. steel
-. ': !c- V: '...."." culvert pIpe '1.i ft. ALSO Build

t 'f ing t Iota for sale !. 8.nth Gate
KEROSENE Subdivision. Low town payment
Low monthly payments. BILLY
SMOKELESS ODORLESS -IACKSOX, Phone W04-4I11 e|. C*..
tral Truck Lines.
15.9 Per Gal tfchg

.; I 'Sponsored I by members of the MadisonStreet Baptist Church ONE BEDROOM farnltlud apart-
[
0 '" I' AT YOUR IMPERIAL menu for rent Phone W04-4011. W.
T. Jackson tfchg
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By O. T._ Huggins SERVICE STATION GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding In.

Hiway 301 North Starke v for vitation I21.S5 with: Bradford donbU envelopes Cow'*y-Tele-109
County Agent
THE MIGHTY 1490 praph, If

FOR SALE USED FOR RENT-3 bedroom furnished
TIME NEAR brown Swiss dairy bull shown by Building Supplies. Ussa Umber of house on Kingiley Lake year around

October 27 Is not far off and Carlton Meng? all used types tin windows roofing., doow Used, plumbing Cypress, Store rent.: Inquire Rosenberg's Furniture

that is opening day of our Brad- Good exhibits make a good Fair. BRINGS YOU PLAY BY PLAY benches, ideal for any outdoor use, 2 tehg 10-1

1 III*'I 1i: ii I U ford County Fair. The American You will take pride. in being an W044011.$1.00 per ft.W.. 8 T.to i Jackson: ft. long Transfer.Phone shotgun FOR SALE-Double, like new. It"barrell cylinder 12 barrel fa.

I Legion is making a very special exhibitor in this Fair. Let us hear do Central Truck Lines tfchg 1. Excellent Pird Gun. 327 W.

effort to develop this event into a from! you.Better Pall St.. Starke, tfchg
FOR RENT 2 bedroom furnIshed
real Agricultural Fair. Your helpis Dogs All Around house with decorated FOR 8.\LE-ZO
FOOTBALLUNIVERSITY car port newly acre farm, 2 1-Z
needed! An extra bit of interest was enjoyed on Walnut St. Inquire at 733: miles from town. Concrete block
Legion Commander Harry Rabb N. Thompson St. 1 tp houee, 4 rooms and bath. Electric
during visit
a last week with lights and water, Terms.-C. A.
__ 4. has posters that will soon be appearing Big Boy Prevatt. With an interestin FOR SALE-Missouri Minnows and Futrh Realtor. 2 tchg 10-U.

all over the county, glvi i hog production, Big Boy purchased Adkins Shinners.SL Curtis Akridge, 60S 1 W.tp JtST LISTED
ing the impression of a real Fair. two nice Yorkshire Gilts

V All commercial exhibits are being torn S. G. Crews. They are OF FLORIDA 3 BED ROOM ,HOME FOR StLE Complete 2 bed room stucco homeon
paved street in residential
OkO ommitted in hope that the big mighty good to look tion. sec
LIGHT SETS $99 at now and Masonary construction with hard- Large living room. hardwood
tent; will be filled with good agri- will look better in about a month (Homecoming) wood floors tiled kitchen and bath floor lot cloveta., large por h. Large
THE LENS-YOU and beautiful
grounds. Price
two clobets in master bed
cultural exhibits. when there room. car-
might be about 20uhite V port and utility room landscaped just 17.009.00 with 13,250.09 down
JUST SHOOT! 95 We need exhibits of all kinds. A pigs following them around. vs. VANDERBILT lot with pecan trc-es. Low down balance Hi.OO per Inonh.

9 dow few suggestions might be corn, These gUts are bred to a Landrace V payment or we will accept your FLORIDA REALTY CO.
home
present on a trade.
sweet potatoes, sugar cane, hay, boar and this ought to be good. 2:15 P.M. OF STAKKZII

and grain. We sure want good exhibits Another Soil Test Profit' SATURDAY/ HAVE FARM WILL SELL OR S. Walaat SI. starke FU

; TAKES I of poultry, hogs and dairy Young Freeman Register Jr. was TRADE Ph... wn-- ----1-

s ; ( COLOR MOVIESAUTOMATICALLY animals. getting ready to put out about 30 V 40 Acres with small pecan grove, FOR RENT-* room house 2 baths
V You will V be proud of a good tens of lime in preparation to I bed room home with large fenced large utility room big yard. 1 1-4
V agricultural exhibition and you seeding White Dutch Brought to you by .- yard. Fronts both on Fla. Highwayand blocks Iron BHS $5 t -per month.
Clover.
After
V 210 E.
county road. This is your chance. Adklns St. Key next door.
can help with your entry. Let us suggesting that a soil test was the to buy a real nice farm or trade tfchrPIASO

hear from you. only way to be sure, a test was your city place. I BAR0UX V

Blue Ribbon Winner made. The result was that he did Phillips 66 Dealers 6 W ACRE FARM FOR SALE Take up V payments of $:!UI per

Last year Lynn White son of not need another application of (Seymour and Bel Air About 4 mL from town on good i month, on Nationally known Spinet
Here's the.revolutionary new camera that evef3'one'stalking Mr, and Mrs. J. B. White had the ) county road. Good land for farmingor Piano. Write Dixie Piano Co., 182J
about! Light it&elilets the lens accurately and lime.Lime pasture. Only | ,S90 on terms. Hawthorne Rd., Gainesville and will
top beef animal in the show. Lynn a MUST in arrange for piano tf be seen. Itchg!
automatically! Just sight and shoot-a precise jewel- planting WALL REALTY
'. bearing computer instantly and continuously analyzesthe received a blue ribbon and a nice clover if your soil needs lime. If ) PURE BRED-Beagle Puppies For
light and automatically sets the camera. Even adjustsfor V cash award. There are some good I it does not, you can do just as: Terwillegar Motor. Co. XS7 Jf. 'al..t Starke.l -Florida Ph. HO 4-0091 Sale. S months old. Makes good

passing clouds!. Sets itself so quickly, so automatically beef animals in our county. We much harm as good. One hundred V (1959 Ford) -V James hunting, lit dogs.1 Box Writ 76, Starke Charles or phone E.

you never waste a scene. Huge "picture win hope you will want to show them I Ito and fifty dollars is pretty 'good V FOUND-One grey & brown male Keystone 411. VBrrTEnctP Itp
dow" viewfinder, super-sharp, coated 1/23 lens. Compactly the'public. Beagle hound. Owner may have by
saving for about
lightweight sleekly fashioned housing of die-cast an hour's work. paying advertising cost and board. IS LOST-REWARD
Marvin Rosier showed a blue, Rural-Urban Program Contact City Pollee. Itchg Buttercup is the name of -
low our
aluminum. Buy now a( this never before price. parakeet -
-ibbon gilt in the Landrace breed Starke He Is yellow and answers_
The to
'i Rotary was so well 1 J & J Builders Supplies: SAW PILING-All kinds. 'Will pickup his name. He got away over 2 wks
Three sons of S. G. Crews showed I pleased last year with the good at Starke Builders Supply, Won., ago. Ph. WO 4-0091. J. E. WaU: 317

eQdttoiot.{ ; .. V Uue ribbon Yorkshire,hogs These fish-fry for farm friends that a (Homes of the Future) _Wed.j and Friday. R.2 A.tp Nettle 10-11 N Walnut St ItchfCARPE.
breeds of hogs have the
meat repeat performance, will be made TEP.-A.n, size Job. One
type characteristics you hear so This will be on Wednesday during )fn: BUSINESS MA.V-Don't close up board to one- house. Phone WO 4-
I to-repair or remodel Get it done at U8!, '
much about. David Allen of -
son : the itn
County Fair
week. The night. No extra charge. Phone WO
BULLINGTON Eddie, Allen showed .two blue ribbon fish fry win be at 12 noon. Rotary 4-m! up LOST-.WJ1I the party that found
duroc gilts. is and pick up cushion for overstuffed
mailing invitations to all names WRGR FOR RENT-Very nice nearly dee- chair about 2 week. ago between
A good number of FFA boys we' have. fated 4-room furnished
You are invited even if RADIO OUIe. Two Stark and Klngsley Lake. Contact;
(: had some fine entries of hogs and you do not adults or couple with InfanJ. No EV'. Haven, Rew.rd. ltchg
Studio & get -
Gift Shop beef your letter. ._ vts. Located 551 W. Call or phone
animals. Leaton Mathews Crosby is \\0 4-481.
President and Jim Chas ltrbg SALE-National Cash Register,
.,a. showed two 'blue ribbon_ hogs for teen is Rural-Urban one Electric &wng. achwe. Drill
LU I program I FOR SALE-Oood Roper Gu Range Press and' motor..
I Lice Fold-away brd.
awards. Then remember the I Chairman. 'heap. ,Mr*. E. J. Dowling, 511 W. Terrell'. Gift Shop, Hiway 109 I
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STARKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1958



I I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS 1; t t- .tea' a0 r, IL.1: 1 Itl.I rtttnflMELROSE ,.t I

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By Mary K. Scharffer '. (
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By Joyce and Marry RothhammefAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 1100Kr
Melrose Juniors Beats Child Recovers From Rattler Bite r "
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Keystone Juniors Last Wednesday afternoon little .
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Thursday night Oct. 9, the Key- Ann Triest aged 7, daughter of Rev. Robert .H. Carr and Rev. ,. -. + f '
stone Junior High School Football Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Triest ac- and Mrs. H. W. Tyler attendedthe .
team engaged in battle with the cidently stepped on a ground rat- Florida Conference Pastors) : .
Melrose Midgets, only to be beaten tler in her front yard, and was School last week from Monday From Barnhiil's Fishing Campon

1913. bitten. r' "''rnl t. through Friday at the Methodist Lake Santa Fe, Mrs. Barnhill
At times, the game was all defense Mrs. Triest was unable to locate : Youth Camp near Leesburg. tells us that Sidney Menge of
; at other times, all offense. Dr. Christoffers.: and called Dr. ;) The Tyler's son-in-law, E. J. Gainesville caught 6 bass on Mir-
The first time Melrose got the Bill Belote at Belote's Pharmacyfor '..,.;.i,,''t;. -t- t: Hogan Is superintendent of the alure. James Thomas of Jacksonville -
ball, they carried it over for a advice. Dr. Belote told her to :;P ;.t;'' grounds, and their daughter, Mrs. got three bass on shiners,
touchdown. This lead, however, take the child to the Emergencyrcm ?iJ. ....: : E. J. Hogan is the dietitian at the weighing respectively, 8 Ibs.. 4
was short-lived: with Rowan camp. The Hogans lbs., and 3 ]Ibs.,
in Starke hospital, which she ,>> have three
Thomas supplying the running the did. Ann was released from the ,, '.>' + .',",'"# w { children Gene, Jane, and Bert, Weekend guests in the Barnhill
Keystone Team knotted the score hospital on Saturday morning, S I who attract frequent visits of their cottages were Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
WATKINS HOME IS DESTROYEDBY
at 77. To preserve the deadlock, Oct. 11. and was able ,to go to s fo4 grandparents to the Youth Camp.i Carroll and family of Jacksonville>,
the Keystone'Team had to makea school again on Tuesday morning '4.v _; Larry .Spires left last Saturday FIRE LAST SATURDAY and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Jacobs,
stand'Just before the half end- of this'week: to return to his home with, his also cf Jacksonville.
ed. .Fire College Graduates Fourteen Keystone .Lions Aid Fund To Buy parents in Miami where he plansto .The home "of P. D. Watkins Jr. garden hose was too short to Mr. Lawrence of Walker's

There was a lot of defensive Final examinations at the Key- Uniforms For Football. TeamBill enter the Navy soon. Larry.has on Loch Lomond, a small lake a- spray water on the blaze, and he Spoils Center in Keystone Heights
action around mid-field at the stone Heights Volunteer Fire Dept. spent the last 'few'months with bout a mile and a half north of had no telephone to summon the tells us that several men have
beginning of the his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Keystcne Heights on SR 21, was been in to buy ice to ice down
second half. Toward Fire College were held en Friday Beam [right] is shown pre football team uniform fund. fire department. He drove to the the
the of senting check for Albert Spires, and his aunt and completely destroyed by fire last nearest phone, at Thompson's bass they caught One was a nines -
end the third quarter, evening, Oct..10. at the Fire Hall. $75 to Robert The new uniforms cost around uncle,
the Keystone team scored on a Of the 24 men who enrolled, 14tinihed Knox, piinicpal of the Keystone r $400 and the Keystone Lions are both of Mr.'> and, Mrs. S. E. Spires Saturday afternoon. Dinette, where the alarm wa pound bass caught in Lake Johnson -
pass from yeazy Walker to Ken the course and were grad Heights School, representing J heading up the fund raising drive Mrs. Melrose. Pictured above is the scene as turned in. en live bait. It seems that
ny Terrell. uated. The men were tested on funds recently raised by the Lion's to pay the debt.-Photo by Char Thursday E.>to M.spend Robinson her left last the house'was burning, with fire- By the time the fire department Jack Haberstroh has hooked a

Unfortunately, in the fourth techniques of putting out the various -. carwash for the benefit of -the les McGlave.l with____ _her_n .nctrente.-___..__, _*.fi.>. anA......vacation.UrC...."'. .TJ. men unable 0: the to head save start anything that because the- reached the scene, however, the nicer estimated 7-lb. pike in Lake

quarter, Melrose capitalized on types of fires with,, the suitable -I ducted. noon on that day. You need not F, Rudder of, Stevenson. Ala. She blaze had gained by the time the a house total and loss all including its furnishings the family's were Geneva a couple of times, but the
Keystone's mistakes to win a hard- type of extinguisher. Tests Fire Department To Hold. be a member of the Community will spend about a week with alarm was received. clothing.At fish broke) the line both times.
fought game. in rescue work were also con- Graduation Party Church. If you feel that you can- them. According to reports Mr. Wat- The wind has been
Saturday ,evening, Oct. 18, the not bring your discards to the We are sorry to see some of cur kins was burning some paper in the time of the fire Mrs, rather high
'4'x8'x3-4" Sheetrock Keystone Heights' Volunteer Fire- storeroom that day, call Mrs. Sun- long-time residents move. Mr. and the fireplace at his home to be Watkins was' en her way to Keystone .jfor ideal fishing conditions, says
BUIUHNO men will hold a, party to r honor derland at 4169 and she gin pick Mrs. F. F. Simmons and son. Milton sure it was in working order for from Clewiston to visit her Mr. Laf rence, and the best way
1.55 Sheet the Fire College Graduates, at the them up. moved into Gainesville last the winter. Apparently, sparks fell husband for the weekend.-f Photo to catch them now is on live bait.
SUPPUES Lumber Hardware Paint Firehcuse. Invitations have been Chest X-Ray Unit A Success Here weekend where they will make on the roof, which ignited. His bv Myron Prevatt.l We regret that the telephone atRutledge's
isued to firemen and their wivesor Thursday and Friday of last their permanent home. I
Cement' Concrete locksI' [ dates] .only .The 'e will be I week, the Clay County Tuberculosis Mr. and Mrs. Harry W Huff- REGISTRATION BOOKS I application to the Town Clerk, Fishing Camp on Lake
Precast U Lintels games, a buffetsupper, and danc- and Health Association had man took a business trip to Fort' OPEN IN KEYSTONE who maybe reached at phone Geneva did''' not answer when we

I All LengthsI.iihting ing; The evening'' will begin at a Chest X-Ray Mobile Unit in Myers. Registration books for the 4195 in Keystone. called. .
7:30.: town, as you probably know. Free Mrs. Roy Watkins of Keystone Town of Keystone
: Fixtures Heights opened
.-y: ';>:...'I;." Rummage Sale To Be Held X-Rays were made of 384 persons. visited friends'' and relatives in
ROY W. TYRE By Community Church Women Goldhead Branch State Melrose recently.Mr. Oct. 11 and will remain open KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT;: STORE
I The ladies of the Community Christ through Saturday, Nov. 8, Town
y Park News Kostibas has been
BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSE Church will hold-a'Rummage Sale For this time of year, the attendance the guests of his daughter and Registrar C. H. Haberstroh an- Men's Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes
on Friday .and ,Saturday, Oct. 24 at the park has been On-in-1aw. Mr. and Mrs. CharlesE. nounced this week.
Phone 2741 Keystone Heights, Fla. and 25, In the storeroom recently fair. Mr. Cook reports that, thecottages Spires. He has returned to his I Persons desiring to register may SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY -
vacated by Webb's 5 & 10, next are still popular, and home iq Miami. 'apply at the Town Hall between Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner
to the Water Office. there; were 146 cottage, campers Mrs Ruth Hope of Hollywood the hours of 9 a.. m.. and 12 noon

MN LAKE FRONT SPECIALSWhite ___ Mrs. Richard. SUnderland, the last week. Also for tent and trail- Cal. is vacationing with her brother daily, except Sunday. Registrationmay -
chairman, 'tells us that collectionday er campers, there were a good and sister-in-law, Cot and Mrs. be made at other times upon -i71'
will be Wednesday, Oct. 22. number of them en Saturday and obnNiles. : .t ": 4---' Y'T, / ----" r- ,
Sand
Lake' A Good Investment If you have anything you would Sunday. There were 528 day- Mrs, Logsdon Honored HEALTH FACTS

LOTS AT. $1250. like to donate to this Yvisitors, and the total'for the week With Baby ShowerA }
cause, bring.it 0 the abovementioned was 938 visitors in all. There have baby shower was given at the
These lots are easily reached, 'require little clearing and : storeroom any time after been a few bass caught, but the I home of Mrs. Albert Hinnant 35,000,000, patients can't be wrong
from all walks of life,
wind has been rather high for Oct. 7, for Mrs Richard Logsdon. I 33,000,000
next year will be the"LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958" 'KEYSTONEJEWELER' fishing I:Mrs. Sandra Crouch, Miss Joy patients have solved their health
problems ,by the use ok Chiro-
Boy Scout Troop 105 from Keystone Morris, and Miss Patsy Hinnant
S. : S Heights spent Friday night entertained the guests with games practic rare. &
E.
,AY-REALTOR. I ,Expert Watefa Repalrinf fot.the park, with' '9 boys and. three, and served mints, cake and punchwhich' Removwing'nerv.! !, pressurere }
% Quality' Line Jewelry councilors: 'in the group. was Enjoyed by all i+stores normal function and hr.nthretul'll8
Keystone Heights Phone '3701-2051-4151-4209 I Walter Hi. Muhlhofer The Royal Ambassadors of the Among ,those attending were: .-' In many ruses after Huntley, Jr. Huntley, Sr. Mike
11- Allendale Baptist Church in Jack- ]Mrs. Virginia Flynn. Evelyn Perry, other methods have failed. I
sonville, with 9 boys and two a- The Redfearns Say:
dults, were also weekend [Contnued on Next Page] You can save $ $ $ $ by consulting -
campers.On
GOTTA GO! GOTTA GO! GOTTA GO!, GOTTA. GO, Saturday night, 28 Campfire : you Chiropractor first. I.
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Girls under the leadership of WANTED CUSTOMERSIn Write We take pleasure in presenting this
Mrs. Dorothy Heffelfinger, 'camp Starke and Keystone Heights! or phone \ I

OO Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow O ed at the 'park. The group was FOR FRESH EGGS The !
rcm. Jacksonville Sensational Fall !
Same
Price
,All Year Round Special
'
Also visiting the park on' the Dr. H. G. Bollinger
: I weekend was Boy Scout Troop 130 WILL DELIVER TO
-< don't be surprised if we shed a 'few tears from Jacksonville consisting of 8 HOMES Chiropractic Offices

f-c v when you take these off our hands We were boys and troop leader D. J. Bell. SCHOOLS 426 N, Walnut St. \ BIG 11 CU FT HOTPOINT

f-t awful fond of them and thought they should Church NewsComunity RESTAURANTS. Phone WO 4-Z881 Starkeor ,
O J' 11 sell for $149.95. They didn't so we're letting. o Church Group Attends
have both pieces at only Conference at Vero BeachA BILL TESKE
you Q group of Keystone Heighters Rt. 1, Box 83-C 728 E. University II. Fully Deluxe RefrigeratorFreezerWith

all members of the Community Phone Keystone Heights S674 Phone 6-3238 Gainesville
0b 1 09.95 Church: drove to Vero Beach, for 68 Ibs. Frozen Food Storage Capacity
the Conference of Florida Fellowship ,
"
of Community Churches, ; \
which was held on Oct. 7'and 8.
o The Florida Fellowship is affili- Cold Weather Ahead! 1r---"r
0H ;
HANDSOME fir; ated with the National Council of
Q Community Churches. BE PREPARED CALL Y t : :J
&fuB The featured speaker at the / a #
Conference was Dr. Robbins Bar-
o stow, Executive Director of the CANDY'S FUEL a = 1s,

o And Matching C) Department 'of Overseas Union

Churches, of the National Councilof I r ..
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1.
Chair ,1. .: ., 2 Churches of Christ in the U. S. OIL SERVICEPHONE -I Ii sI
A. Dr. Barstow is from New York I .
Lw + : sy City. The group also heard Rev. i Er
Solid, built-in Comfort Richard I. Porter, Minister at 9271 _

o with Delvaflex 3 Large of the Council of Community -
Latex Cushions. Churches of Columbus Ohio, 1 yk
0 ResilienCool .. 0 who reported on the activities of Keystone, Heights, Fla. .,
-c ,, 0 the Council. ,
Q Durable; Light.Handsome :Mrs. J. Russell Young of Keystone x '

fabric -;, Heights, retiring presidentof T .
contains Nylon. > the Women's Division conducted 9rrc
(Actual photograph on our floor) the meeting of the Women. .,
O
Those attending from Keystone Your Bank
o
o Heights included: Rev. and Mrs.J. I -
J SAVE SPACE! 0 Russell Young, Col. and Mrs. i
.
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+ David Nelson, Mrs. J. O. Himble. IslheBest
T Mrs. A. J. Crosby, Mrs. Sara Mc- ." ,
: ; IIMd ; Double-Decker Bunk Bed Donald, Mrs. Henry Mickle Mrs.j. B
A. Williams Mrs JP. E.Stitch-
b berry Mrs.. Nell Grays n. Mrs. WATCH\ DOG
f' ,,. Price
o :0 Alma Frost, and Mrs. John Thorn- Reg.
quist. y

Q COMPLETE WITH TWO Ladies Of St. William's
9950 Attend Deanery Meeting The.safest place to keep your money is in the 'bank 299.95 ii9
.. i' i Innerspring Mattresses > Tuesday of this week six ladiesof
the St/William's Altar Soc..attended easy tq get when you need it .. .- safe when you don't.
0o the ''Deanery Meeting of Now
o the National Council of Catholic Why not open a savings, account with us today? Accounts

EASY FINANCING rtd; ;; 0GOTTA .r Beach.Women,The held meeting at Jacksonville began with fully insured. -' Terms as low as $2 per week

Mass at St. Paul's Church, Jack-

sonville Beach, followed by a Com- after trade!
Available for Your, Convenience b y "Natalie." munion breakfast, the business BANKING HOURS Mon. thru .Thurs.
Ballet flared shades meeting, and .luncheon at the 9OO.AJH. 200PM.
b ThroughKEYSTONE milk glass base P Chateau.
Those attending were: Mrs. DRIVE-IN WINDOW Mon thru Thurs. J A \We Meet All Advertised PricesREDFEARN'S
o STATE BANKFURNITURE pair 8.95 Mary Goodson. Mrs. Jean Fox, 9:00 AJI. 4:00 P.M.

Mrs. Mildred Sutton, Mrs! Bee .
< Cooper, Mrs. Lu Nelson, and Mrs FRIDAYS 9:00 AJI. 6:00 P.M.

_A > Mary Smulski. CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY
ANNEX DEPARTMENT First Baptist Church News .
o OF o Mrs.,EUU'Hostess .T* '
THE KEYSTONE
o WATSON'S BANNER FOOD STORE' o Nell Pearce Circle .- STATE, BANK ..
.r .r The Nell Pearce Circle of the
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. ': 'jr First Baptist Church WMU' meat t A. .Friendly Bank in a Friendly' Community" .Where Service :s AssuredPhone
the home of Mrs. Fred Ellis on Keystone Heights, Fla. .

"'QQL GOTTA GO! GOTTA GO! GOTTA">GO! j Tuesday afternoon Oct. 7.forth, 'e. Member .DJ.c. ; 9391 Keystone Heights, Fla.

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PAGE EIGHT, .....
BRADFORD
CO UNIT TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA: _
TlT] fiI)\y; ocrOBFJl.:1, 1953
,
wYnn'1mnWriY'wfu.
.. year will be taking in 10 new ,
4f /! -
E LitoSE members from the 12th 11th and Cadets Enjoy

10th grades tam give them a total keha +
"4. .1") -, Bivouac
AAAAj A&AAAA A.AJA.AAAA membership of 18 members. Their a

money..making project t ,the pre- Here
[Continued Ffom Page One] serjt tune. is seUingicandy.. >

Myrl Hinnaht, Ednl, Roberson, pie Glee Club ij PO'f..Pfacticinpsongs Group 50.cadets 2 and from GrouP.6 squad.of

'Sandra Crouch Thelma Preston, ( to be sung at a Tea to which -.
Air Patrol
Betty ,,Jay, 'Mary Robinson; t: C. they have been invited -to ,sing. at enjoyed a
bivouac Keystone Air-
Robinson; Emma Jean At present plans are underway to a 5x .
Berry, E. tA J r Christoffers.
Maj.J; Bert ,
.
W. Stinert. Flora Morris, E. M. form a band. of
er the Keystone
1tob IlSOl ,\ Reda Logsdon. 'Pat The Future Farmers of America k A as host.
:$app, Pat !tedham and Misses has started its first batch or 5000 rar their- two day stay the : u .

Pat Preston"tMargy Rothhammer, chicks: for broilers for this year. : participated in rifle prac
atsy 'rHinnarit, Gloria Morris, cTHETRE were placed in the broiler drills and other r I

'Kathy,. SipprelJ Marcia Hill ard, house Sept. 30,. and should be a xrte. A highlight of the
llene Strickland. Dot;Price. Mar- ready for market at about 8 weeks was a model airplane NO W! at KEYSTONE GAS CO.

,iha Suet Robinson.. Brenda Mc- R Sunday morning, after
old.The .
Oujre Mary, McGee
Ellen Mc-
,'Dveen chapter was awarded a i :I .+ wvices conducted by Rev.
Becky'Brice, Ginny Vick- placque for outstanding achieve RO' ARIA .
,
?rs, and:Susan Bass. ment 4. S IrKER .... -
in growing broilers during I represented besides s ,- Model HL-9
** School Hem' the spring quarter.. The placque. DISCUSS FUTURE OF THE AREA i were Jacksonville

The Principal's .Council held a was 4th prize. First prize in the : Daytona Beach, and ,, '- WESTINGHOUSE"SUPREME"l
i meeting'and: planne3sonie: : of the contest, was $100. The chapter Capt. B. C. McCaffree. USN of Norlheast. Florida.." His Lt. B. G. Ellison, exe .:

Tproj. j :conditions of.Ui' the distinguished speaker at the nesSes and industries w ;
'h ui get i.15 pounds of feed per pound of ; to served as commandant
J ttng school bits lo take student* : Keystone Heights Rotary Club this area of the state. for the bivouac. ,He was b"1 10.5 Cu.
1 to ball ;fames'that: are not. played gain.The Melrose Junior last Friday. Others in photo are A native of South Dakota, I I by Capt., Chas. A Faralda. J 'Ft.. .
tat home .',taking charge of;'assembly High Foot I from )eft] Al Watson, club president
'Beach. and Lt. Baker
ball team is doing well this McCaffreei graduated from :
prpgrajnj;andljeing: .to.charge very ; Commander, Ray Chance Keystone Squadron. Cal: SPACE SAVER
'. year. So far, they have not been U. .
of social attMtieij: at [retired! former associate of the S.layal Academy at i of JI. (
McCauley Jacksonville,;
:' ,The'1etiioY.\ ass. \.ls. "'aow. .-selling. beaten keystone although once,. and they,also,tied tied with Pa-: speaker;of and Al program.Nelson who had in 1926. He took flight 2 commander, made a per r W With 50 Ibs.
charge the Pensacola
magazines& raise in 1930. In 1951
money for their l atka. They beat Hawthorne and inspection of the cadets
senior- trip .Let's*all;;buy .a 'sub- Keystone.The Capt. McCaffree is now chair- commissioned and the Airpark. J Frozen Food Storage
rscriptlon'or; .h'o;froni them when varsity man of. the. Committee, pt OneHundred the 'Aircraft Carrier, the ,
'they askjUiiiAlso :working' hardQ to the football team lost t of the Jacksonville Wasp.. :. Ff'om 1952 jto 1954 .he ..w.a.i.n. a

raise:.mO 1eY "ate the'-Juniors, 366.Hawthorne.The lone Hornets Melrose lastweek Chamber of_ Commerce e, and He commanding" officer at the W{ ME r. List Price

*who are selling Christmas cards. tOuchdown came when Tommy e spoke. .on. ,the. subject.. "The Future sonville Naval Air Station.frcm I '.. J_, .
Let's all help the:. [
youngsters and GRANDIN
Bass raced 60 yards in the second YYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYY which 279.50SPECIAL
show them eye-surgery he
we.'are behind them. ;
quarter. went( on Tuesday, '
October
Also 7 By Dane
( now being undertaken by KEYSTONE E.
{ Score by quarters: St. Luke's Hospital in
{he Junior
class
is their Junior AAAAAA AAAAA.. A A
:Play, It is.a called Hawthorne 12 12 6-36 HIGHLIGHTS ville.Mr.
comedy, "NO:
.;'EOVS ALOUD" Melrose 0 800-6 and Mrs. Bill Siprelle Mrs. Frank, Price and
It win be
presented .' .,. i AA AAA lAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA children of Jacksonville spent I
later this1 fall., Strickland motored ,
The Beta Club at MHS this HOMES QN LAKE GENEVA (Continued from Page 1) weekend in Keystone one, day last week ,

L r "' --t -. ARE BROKEN INTO their former home, Mrs. Pat Weaver who is ill a y
",:;;; r : : : <: t Best meeting of'the season. Mrs, friends. Mr. and Mrs. Vincents Hospital.
t.* ', ."..T/rq: summer. hpmes., prgsenunoccupied tiY Elis. circle chairman, opened the stayed with the Chuck : $ .Ilene Strickland and 165-50

have been broken tabby meeting with a prayer. Mrs. TeOglesby' d on Keystone Lake; daughter ._
:L sDRiV&m Price attended a Stork ,. .
unknown
<
persons in receii' ,gave the Devotional, a Jo was guest of her friend +M
'
) 1r
,|<>r_ ,,Richard.Lcwlon: s
'; .) ': rl ': weeks,'according to the Keystori e reading from Proverbs. New offs Campbell; son, Dickie was : on Tuesday evening of WITH TRADE

.. .1. Heights, police department.. The' cers for' the circle are: co-chair- guest of Henry Hall Jr.; ., APPROX. $2 PER WEEK
Brazingtcn home on,, the east sid man, Mrs. -Ted Oglesby: iec.- son Mike visited his friend, Mrs. Jack Weaver, are I
Phone* 'U13 of .Lake Geneva, was entered la't treas., Mrs.,,Kenneth Biddle; program Schaeffer. parents of a baby

Sunday and a small amount ,
: K jitQ i.H JiJii.J'j_ change reported missing. The Kirby \f en. ; prayer chairman, Mrs. I, B. Elmer Livingston is : Hospital at Palatka.
Smith home in'the same vicini Tyre;,, community 'missions, Mrs. in her Jacksonville Beach i G. C., Conner of ,Starke WESTINGHOUSE"SUPREME"
:' 't' &t. t ty was also entered recently, but, Cora' Mashburn; stewardship, Mrs. after undergoing surgery 'on on her son-in-law and .. :-.._. -,., "* '
i Fit .
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Sat. 17 18 i ":: : ,; .. \ ,
Stella Stanley i .-.
nothing reported ; and social chair i day, Oct. 7, at Baptist .
: as stolen l ? Mr. and Mrs. i Marshall :.. '\ t\\ ;
THE tLt'.U _N4. M. -, .... I .....- in;n, Mrs..Lester Beasley.. .At thclose ,e Jacksonville. The Liv i here in Florahome on x
of the meeting, cake and were former residents of ; .
of the
past week. 12 CU. FT. :
.. '
I iv J4 coffee served by .the hostess ss i,
Of Vincent Price, Patricia On MM -4. Fay Taylor were: Heights. Weldon Brantley and a .-..,.......';->-,",,};to- x.:; ,
'' -T Circle Meets Sorry ,to learn of Mrs l Mrs I The Fay Taylor..,Circle of the Christoffer's illness. --- I
I Ella Bejisario,of Grandin
Suiu, Mon. Oct.. 19, 20 I ... WMU of > V .,.
't.. .. .. the First Baptist. Church, Mr. and Mrs Louis Kyle, ; to Starke last Friday. I
< '
W I met at the home of the ..circlechairman. the 'weekend of the 4th l '' and :Mrs. ]ricer Sapp and Home Freezer
'
l ; .P sneY's i L.\ Mrs. E. L. .J31i'ce, on of October visiting Mrs. C.-T.;' -Frank and Judy visited ,
ECKtjTSIUFjC itt:.' I -u vi U"'L YOU nt' Santa Fe Lake. Mrs Brice gave lor ,in Warner Robins, Gas I in Gainesville and Tren .. ,
EVERYJI r t .
G -
Frost Free with
the opening prayer, while Mrs. J. past weekend, Mrs.. Taylor's Sunday. Fully' ..
,
Most' A -. True Life "Ad I f -jflEtE'U +- f, A 1 D. Paytoh was in Charge of the ter and brother-in-law, Mr. I Ethel Brockman of.Grand Cold Injector .' -

.\-vr"\ r re r to..hl : lilVEffiAtt BQATS I program. Mrs,.Brice.:. presidedoverthe Mrs. J. P. Reagan of Denver, her grandson. Richard I
___ Ever1_r'nrnealoke ---tOlJj GES'qirr. business meeting. Seven members visited in Keystone Heights l of Gainesville spent: List Price r.,91t I

.: ...; .... .w and two visitors were present t. the Kyles. in, Tallahassee with ? _
'
J d !T'ufti\\Ved.. \ t.liur > G : Delicious refreshments we re_ served d Mr. and, Mrs. Charles parents Mr. and Mrs. 399.50 I
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.tr. \W\\J IYlnter: 4. ,'Season., M: un 1',Bli.;' 'outh,of; Keystone;: Ey the Hostess at the. close of the Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson, I .They went e- : 1

l"tr M- -, J On-'Route 100 meeting., Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gardner i Brockman is seriously c ,, I I
t Airs Bamford Etntertains' guests at a dinner party at ., : SPECIAL, .
.-- --.,.. I The Harriett Kelly Class '* IAUis M utr'sori Peach/Street; hoseouCal..town- who. .\ r' .
,
'The.Harriett'Kelly Class of the urday evening, Oct. 11. Ap"p the Homecoming. Ser r
i... First Baptist Church Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Al'Watson ParanBaptist .Church at x
'
PAUL'S uN }Rt Jchool{ met.. .. fit, the- home qf-\Mrs.. tamedf. .t.trien. $. at.,' a last. Sunday were: Mr.: .i,6950 w .,.
A. A. Bamford on Lake Geneva' on_Sunday evening, Oct., 12 ; { Ralph .Mosgroves and =:: .
? i, *'li'm .%S't: 1 f\-" )' Monday eve., Oct 6, for the regular I- thejr.Jiome. on .4kev w, ; grpves! JDoth.er.Mrs.My-' WITH TRADE + ,
Melrose\ -, "'here"1'Jends 1\Ieet\ mantljly bas nesS.Atpeeting and Guests included Mr. and Mrs. .,, and Mrs.W.i, L.' Knight; .34: 4.:;

social hour. The opening prayer mont Tolles, Mr. and Mrs: : ;, sons Robert and Billy, Approx. $3.25 Week
FOUNTAI LN iYh'Tt h I.IBRAkY.-.M GAZINES was given by,,Mrs.: E. J. Fallin. Nelson Mr. and, :Mrs.. and daughter Mr.

..' : Mrs. Lester Beasley gave then; ,.Devbtlonal. fl.edltrarn, Mr. land, Mrs, J. W. Williams and their( _.. .. I
1. Mrs. Martha Snellen, Walker,, and Mr. and Mrs. .Mrs- Pearl Hall and "., "' ..,\,.... ,",,,, Model\ IIF100BN
,ALL: : 'TYPES' OF 'INSURANCE class president.; presided, l,at business Chance.. Rosemarie and Nancilee .x" t 'l ,

.. ., c. ," meeting! New, pfpeers( are: We are happy to know ; :.of Green Cove Springs; { : i "The Seville"
W&write. Fire; Wind.. Storm C all lines of Casualty Ini Mrs. Frank"Jones, class president t; Mrs. GladYi! ,Bachmann is .Mrs.JTom..Roberts ;and /
surance, and
Mrs. Alice Lyons, class teacher. stone after, undergoing RXTES.tODR V'ER BLE lb QUALIFY i
Mrs. .Bamford{ .served;Jier guests operation in a New England. ,::.Mrs.. Mildred G. Bur
AS. NON-DRINKERS delicious refreshments at. the pital several t weeks ago" Gainesville: Rev. and Mrs. < '. ':
close of.the meeting: T ."Mr": and Mrs. Frank Wah and children. Gloria :1 Mahogany rain cr Limed

WALRATH: I INSURANCE AGENCY Dr.William C. Wahl. Pastor' of Jr.* have returned from an I Jimmy.;jand .Mr.[ .....1 Oak '
the' American Lutheran Church tour cf the middle ,. .
--- v ...,... west. They : A.. G. Louden v.Key- .
"AS AVAltABLE: AS 'woo PHONE" of Miami will preach at the CommUnity took their daughter Kay to ; :.Mrs.John.,Min ;r. : Re 199.50

a Church on' Sunday\; .October college! _in, Utah.and! \from, ;: Cruse, Mrs. Ruth Reed i ,
Phone 2tJl'-i keystone Heights,; Fla. 19 atjl ,a.:'m. Dr. Wahl is they went .to. Michigan, lo. and Mrs. Don .Hudd e.-: ': 149ioApprox.
,
.. also Director-of.''' the Miami officeof Mrs. Walrath's relatives .children, Tommy Dan ,.:;;:,1 SPECIAL
thit Florida .Council of Churches leturning-- to Keystone. I4ilg1! from LakeiSwan.RaJph! # ..

%WL DRIWNG.! and has on: everal occasions J Miss Frances.Dodd., d. Rev. J.. E. .6tric.k land, : ., : /. ,'". ,} $2.501'er Week '
Pumps SetiPie ]
TOlttcn the'' pageants for the Mr. andMrs. Robert Dodd. is Reid and his ;.nephew.; ( -

Easter ,sunrise services in the pected irj ;Keystone. fora .and Miss Glenda .Con- I
'- TERMS AVAILABLE Orange Bowl.Women within next week or so. Palatka; and Mrs. Annie;I I'

of the Church Circles: went to Washington to work and ,daughter, Mrs.' Wra. Model\ HR112ANWEST1NGHOUSE
I 1 Prbmpt "n| 1 E.tibi'at! will meetu4 three years ,ago and has ; of Putnam Hall and Mr.
Service Free No. 1- JJrs. John C. Albrecht working as a civilian Robert Strickland of. :

/., V /- ?. -. *4AtJU l leader. Mon. del. 20 at 2 p. m. in Munich, Germany! : for the or-I .- "GRANADA"
1 : M the home ot Mrs.. Raymond year. She arrived in the U. '\ '! I
HALPH l Starnls. 1
MATHEWS October 6and plans to come .YTT T rTTTTTTTT

No. 2-Mri D. A. Nelson, leader, for,,a: few days as spoij as 1 1GRNEV (Comb. Hi-Fi & Radio'Consolette
P. 28 .
Q: I3or Melrose, Fla. Mon. Oct. tQ at 1:30 p. m. in the able to gel the time off. j: t
aria .; 4l' home of Mrs. John Williams -

i .' .PHONE. ". (,;Jft. :15-5101. ,. Brooklyn.Lake. I ST. ANNES' EPISCOPAL- Blanche..--... .Cunningham.....,...' -
No; IMrs.Irene Mickle, leader, CHURCH

l '.6'- < .Stit .. .. roo .. .. .... Mon. Oct. 20 at 1 p. m. in the /U IULUI&Ii&I&f *
home-of Mrs.; Nell Grayson. The Rev. M. H. Breyfogle '

LOCAL MANAGER. FOR No: 4- Mrs. Sara McDonald, Sunday Service: ,9:00 a. ..1-c .Cecil .Carries I ha ,
leader; Mon. Oct. 20 at 1:30 p.1 Parish Night Supper: Third SafeI.Y,in.the Far East. H' Reg.. $189.50 \

m. in the home of Mrs. Harry day 6:30: p. m.. I d from the.Philippines irr

Jim W llterO Lloyd._ \after seryiiiK} \18jnon"* .
: tp.f Rebeccas-Mrs. James. Hether- nRST..B.\P'1'lST. [ s iiceiiscd-.ta preach, I5fir '
adaDtilt "
ington, leader Mon..Oct. 20 at KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,", I Belair! Char c h. SPECIAL .' J29-50 I
Texas. Heis .
J. S p. m. jn the home of Mrs. My 9 !then sor
J R. Smith, pastor. and4trs.RAtNCarnps: .
World ron Prevail.NightingalesMrs.! (
LS&fest BiltfderV',
: Home
8 Walter Muhl- Copeland, Mfnister'of 'Music J,.,.Beezertahd i tson touls Approx. $2.25 Per Week : ; li liJLEYSTONE
"
hoffer and Mrs. church organist. : ; Pa.. and daugrj- ,;'
Howard Tucker, .
iW I1 BE INiSTAJlkEEflCll hostesses Mon. Oct. 20 at 8 p. m. Services: Sunday School, :: Hp.Barrettof, Pit tsburg : I -
I in the .F.d ti cational Building. a. P.hMoyorship,\U a ;: returned\hbm> aftec.avisit I
i Personals' Training Union! 6:45: p. m. with Mrs: Beezer'i ,

: T THURSDAY Sunday, Oct.; 5, Mrs. Nell- Ora yhis=- tug services 7:30: p. m.cnuScH. nd-..H. .Lucas ,. Our representative will gladly call at your home and discuss.trade ,on.above item.1)
oi
K M hostess son,".of Brooklyn to her! brotherand Bay.,Circle' was Beach Mrs..HarrqIrvin..were Sunday, call-, .Fust, ..tallOLLECT"' Keystone Heights 4351 or drop a Post Card to Box 343, Keystone -)
AT COhLlttlil'ITY
'' 1
Heights Fla..
,
i the Ray Porsythe. .hOme
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Walter >
Nicholsof
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
sjlRKt h mm a Cincinnati. Ohio, and her retiring Mr. Irwin ,,vi
1 1i
in.-Iaw and,, ,daughter LJu. C ?aid Dr. James D. Pact Org ,by,ihe.B,&. .Q Bali, ac

12:30 P"M.. Tb 6 [Ret] and,Mrs..D. B..Hatt} 7:a. Ctolr Director. s: nduci .and gas a.!fien i Y j ,,
:iOO P.M. daughter Dianne, toy Jacksonville, Services: Church School : : Forsythes. Mrs; Eorsjthe' ,
L : and also J. O. Hanson of Keystone ajn. Morning Worship 11 retired.B
.. I Heights.Mr. a ad .Mrs. families i'ormerp.li' } P O
.. *.. .. .. : Nichols visited Mrs. ..Graysonthe for. SL WCliam''s Catholic .Us.viI,1e.,! ; fa. 1 1a .

-'-' .Appointments Call remainder of the'week.Visiting Keystone Heights Gertrude link -fecentlj -

JACK.4 t ; t 1 t! yillE EV ''M141. R 'Collect weekend at the their Chester home Mopdjs on B rook1Jolyday.]gist Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. !: n.son.'S.\Gene C, where Cuuzo he nit,,at ia t

lyn Bay Circle', were MrLM0 ? Mass at: 7:00 a. m.Tuesday I a six months enlistment ,

tK W ) '. brother:, ind, his and Mass at 8:00': a.- y! serve..His wife'ac ,
oT ( 431r lit Mrs. Dennis'Burrrpugb, ,''jfepltifr.* of New. Confessions before all her._. : : ,. f. I

J 4 Smyrna Beach and Mrs: Moody's BapUsips,_ marriazes and A.jM .'- .!. ;
&. : nIgh
structions Tuesday
Ft
by appotatment.ui..Y .
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"U 1! ( ,) sister :
't Mid'! 'G plm
den ,4lfrim Ct.
Those liking the de
'f 11.8\1 '
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(Juaury 1t dme .a ii : .
. gardner and the two Baumgard- .
'" ,. SEVE ,EYSTONE bL,50N i ttndse{ Walker .R ay
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.WWWWWW. .y yy'. ter. The prgram entitled, "Did invited to .
participate.Church YW.Y.WWYWyt w .ww.w9'HAMPTON town hall.
You Know?" Each member gave News Chastain last week. Calvin Richard and daughter, On I. Circmtt Co.rt. Bradford C... y.
., Decorations of crepe paper Mrs. V. J. Slade and granddaughter Thursday last week drove to I I.rldat IB Chancery.
BROOKER a' short talk on the various partsof Sunday was Layman Day at streamers and they Caw :\o. 12-5J7
i' gardening. A recommendationon Brooker a "wall-full" of :: Marcia Kay who spent Macclenny to see Mrs. Adkins' ,Mattie McCuHough Wood Plain.
Baptist beau-
Church. A lollipops made a colorful back- tiff vs. William D. Wood Defend.
the weekend here with her grandparents father, J. W, Pnester.
By Barbara Sue Davis changing the regular meeting tiful solo was ,presented by John ground for games, /ant,
By Hra. D. E. Iffll presents and were Gainesville visitors Mrs.: J. W .C.: NOTICE TO APPEARTo
Home Mrs.
and
night from the 3rd Friday to:the Dodd who Is a member of the refreshments of cake ice William
>+' .A &A.AAAAAA && AAA' cream Saturday. ; D. Wood whose residence
3rd Thursday of each month was Hope Baptist Church "and. is a i mkA aaAAkAAAAAALAAAAAAAMFin and punch. L. May visited in Gainesvi le'on I and address is: Unkown
i, .Mr. and,Mrs. Ellis C Campbell Tuesday last week with Miss Norma You are hereby notified that suit
Mr. and Mrs. :Woodrow Thomas Junior in the Bradford a
High Darlene
made. Mrs. is the
Carolyn Dyle won the Equipment ShedIs daughter of Mr. of Washington. D. C. announce for divorce and restoration of maiden
visited Mrs. Noon Mott in the hospital sunshine prize.,'Hostesses for the School at Starke. An all male New and Mrs: Marklee, Norman and the birth of a daughter Charlene Sweeney. Miss Sweeney left name has been filed against you in
!at Starke Sunday. quartet followed the solo. Terry Marty is last week for a three-weeks' trip the above named Court and cause and
meeting were Mrs. Lottie Edwards the son of Mr. and Mrs. Diane
last ; September 5. Mrs. Camp- to you are required to serve a copy of
Work begun week Tennessee where she has
Douglas, Conner of the State and 'Mrs. Dave Green. McDavid was guest speaker and was onfirehousefor Milton Misner. bell is the former Marcelene Pre-: .7 your answer or pleading to the complaint
Farm _spent Sunday ,with, Ronnie gave a very Inspiring message. a Hamptonthat PersonalsMr. speaking engagements concerning I on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Those sick list this vatt of Hampton the of
on our week daughter Alan C Winter Jr. S1J Florida Title
Thomas are Mrs: Noon Mott and Ramona Terry is a junior at the University is, a storage shed for a firehose and Mrs.'"William Hayton Mr and Mrs. 'J, B. Prevatt. her missionary work and also Builrfng. Jarksomille! r. Fla. and file
of Florida' and reel, as well as to house the city plansto attend Homecoming the original in the office of the Clerkof
Mr. and Mrs. recently moved in and daughter
H. H. Lewis of Harrell. We wish them a speedy Patricia moved A. M. Bryant of Hampton is in the Circuit
and other tools, directly festivities Court on or before the
at William
Starke, Mr. and Mrs. N. C?/Conner recovery. our midst with his parents. Mr. power mower Monday of last week to Hampton Lake Butler hospital following a Jennings 3 day of November, 1958: : otherwise!
' and daughter, Yvonne of and Mrs., Fred McDavid. in back of the city hall. from Lawtey. They are living in stroke last Saturday. .7, iJryan University in Dayton, the allegations of said Complaint will
We are glad to see that Mrs. The council voted have Tenn.. where she was graduated. be taken as confessed by you.
Starke visited the Bishop Thomas Ivy Hodge is home from the hospital The WMU associational meeting -| city to the house next to' Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. David Bro' n'end This notice shall be published once
family Sunday. will be in Starke at the Madi- the shed built, at their regular Lynn Hall. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. daughters moved Saturday from Mr., and Mrs. Avory Slade and each week for four consecutive weeks

Mrs. Benny Thomas, and Mrs. and is doing well.' son Street Baptist Church Friday; meeting at the city hall on Tuesday Harlow, who had been living there their house on the pIn'street to children of Maxville visited rely in Dated the Bradford this 1 day County of October Telegraph., 1$5S.:
Woodrow W. Thomas visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs.G. W. Davis attended Oct. 17 at 10 a. m. All membersof I evening last week'as a move moved the previous Saturday to their 'new home,en Highway 301. tives in and near Hampton on (SEAL)
a meeting of the Bradford to have kind of fire protection > Sunday. CHARLES A. DARBY
some Ft. Meade.
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and Mrs. E. C. Lewis in Starke the Baptist churches are urged| Arnold Haddock, formerly of Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Booster Club Thursday'night
.Monday. hi to attend. for the City of Hampton.' 'The ,Mrs. D. W.., Moore of Starke Hampton 4nd now of Jacksonville, :NOTICE TO DEFEND By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Linda Sue .Thomas visited Starke. All parents who are interested I Carolyn McDavid and two firehose reel Is on wheels, and can spent the weekend here with her was confined to Bradford County. 10-% U 10-:3

,Elaine Crosby in Starke Sunday. in the athletic department : friends. Beth Clark and Sylvia be pulled by hand to connect,with sister, Mrs. T. F. Brown. Sunday Hospital 1 overnight on Wednesday .
Mrs. R.G..Thomas attended the of our high school should Butler visited Carloyn's parents.|fire< hydrants which have been located visitors with Mrs. Brown were Mr. last week after an injury received
recent shower of Mrs. Jennie Wait attend these meetings.' The support the Fred McDavrids this weekend. at various spots'throughout and Mrs. H. L. Ownbey of Keystone jat work. --,
of parents is vitally neededto the town for
The girls attend State years. Heights.
Thomas In Gainesville. Georgia Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Copeland of
Mrs. Cleon Hazen of Starke*and help,promote the teams. College for Women at Milledge- They also voted at the meeting Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Crawford at; Valdosta Ga., visited last week

daughter Marsha Kay and babyof Halloween Carnival University to make necessary repairs to the tended the wedding Saturday at here with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall.
Gainesville, visited Mr. an plans were made for th interior of the jail-some plumbing Madison Street Baptist Church in Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Adkins visitedin

Mrs. J. H. Sowells Tuesday afte r dannual Halloween carnival spon night with the girls. work, and window repair. R. Starke of Mr. Crawford's brother, Crystal River, Tarpon Springs, I
noon. sored by the Brooker PTA. The I celebrated my 18th birthday O. Simmons is doing the building Neil Crawford and Patty Lawso nt / Clearwater, St. Petersburg and 1i'S II

Garden Club News carnival will be held October 25 at the home of my parents Saturday work: on the firehose reel buildings Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Chas ftl Tampa last week; also stopping in

The executive board of the Garden at the Brooker School. Oct 11 with a few and< M. L. Watterson will do the of Bradenton visited here /with Ocala to visit with their son-in-

Club met Monday night at There will be a chicken pilau'supper in for cake and ice cream. Thosepresent plumbing work at the jail. their sister-in-1aw,- Mrs. Bessie law and daughter, Ma. and Mrs. !

8 at the home of Mrs. W. E. Big served in the school cafe were: Carolyn McDavid Baptist Church Calls -. 4

ham. Members present were: Mrs. teria starting at 5:30.: Beth Clark and Sylvia Butler of MacElroy As Pastor '*- ...,- -- _- -- .
Bigham. Mrs. Lucy Edwards Mrs. Chances are being sold on the Georgia State College for Women Hampton: Baptist Church has

Ruth Mizelle Mrs. Ines Green. following'prizes'to be given away Nancy Carsdell of the Universityof called] as its new pastor E. P. STARKE ICE COMPANYWILL I
and Mrs. Lottie Edwards. 'that night. A set of stainless steel, Florida Stanley and Terrell MacElroy, 'who has been serving ..,.
The 'club met Thursday night electric percolator, baseball glove Green Mrs. H. F. Stokes and Ruby as pastor of Mt. Pleasant: Church
at. the Brooker Community Cen and a fruit cake. The public is Stokes. Later'we went for a swim near; High Springs. OPEN ITS PLANT OCT.. 15TH The principles of sound, conservative
In the McDavid pool.
He will 1.
assume his duties the
The Towers children Ann.! FOR policies are an integral part of the
first of next
Share the Profits in Star month with his first
Frankie and Jane
gave a surprise
birthday party Saturday night service here the evening service management methods of this bank
I 1 on Sunday, November 2, following
Patricia Thomas'on her
honoring SUGAR
a farewell service at his CURINGAND Our
present
16th birthday and Philip Lega sloe church: that morning. continuing growth attests to:-the.
on his 13th. The 30 guests present
enjoyed a hayride and later a Mr. and Mrs. MacElroy have success of the application of integrity,
1 1P three children; iwo girls who will
weiner roast on the lawn of the
Cs Towers home. Added to the refreshments attend Hampton Elementary banking experience and regard fort.

were two large birth school and pre-school age son. SMOKE CURINGYOUR the welfare of the ( *
They plan to move community ::
into the church
FRIDAY, SATURDAY OCT. 17 18k day cakes, ice cream and pone h. .
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The honored received pastorium about Nov. 1,
guests
many That is why "You can bank on us"\-
lovely gifts. Loy Dodd of Gainesville was

Amelia Coleman and mother of guest speaker ,for services at the MEATS now and in the future
Starke visited the G. W. Davis church last Sunday, and wiU,also "
family Saturday afternoon. be present for both morning and

Mr and Mrs. G. W. Davis and evening services at the church ALSO COLD STORAGE WE CHILL PORK & BEEF
(I
Iy next Sunday October 19.
daughter Barbara Sue visited FLORIDA Bank
Rev. and Mrs. R. R. Carlton Sunday Third Birthday Party,
One of 28 Banks in' atStark
Honors Neighbor "Twins"
afternoon.
Rev. and Mrs. James and coilS Darlene Norman and Marty STARKE ICE COMPANYPhone the Florida Group National -

dren visited Mr. Temple's Misner were honored with a combined '

in Monticello over the weekend. birthday party for their : WO 4-8011 Starke Fla. Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationHERE
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinholster of third birthday anniversaries last ,

i ,,Irk.;, Jacksonville visited his mother, Thursday, October .9, at Hampton, I
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Mrs. Rosie Pinholster Sunday. I
Mrs. Mattie Sowells visited the
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Odell Craig and Virginia Rut- TODAY .
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i bringS Thundablrd'.IIHJE 1( Mt I

Thursday berry and by was Mrs.accompanied Rutledge home and ((elegance: to the low-price field | ,

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her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Robert ," .
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.J.I ,Rutledge.
t Mr.; and Mrs..Rudolph Stokes
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_'p, .Vfyor,Donley. Big value in E e', Buddy Stokes family of Starke BEAUIIFULLY] PROONLIED I
-tab TV. 262 in. -; ,
;f': sq. picture. Balanced visited the H.- E.Stokes family

Fidelity FM Sound.. Putl-push during the weekend. .

on-off switch with Stay-Set volume William Raybon of Jacksonvillewas ,-,' ....' '" -
< control. Transformer-powered chassis Thursday guest of the M O. .' I '
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with improved weak signal reception. f. ,.r Harrell family. -- 1
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Tube-saving power surge resistor. 1 Mrs. Crowel and Miss Mary r ... :C4AI.Si .. .
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I Printed circuits.Available in 3 Trab of Large were weekendguests' h ;' ', ", : '\ ,' :
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199.95m ily.Mr and Mrs. Allen Lewis of t I ti $, !rer''ttt
Gainesville were weekend guests

of the Amanda Lewis family.

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lawhornand

,1 son, Ken of Fernandina were i

Sunday guests 'of Rev. and Mrs.
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1 L. L. Parker.

I Lucretia Combee attended the .

:I sI football game at Lake Buler Fri-
l
day night.

Lucretia Combee, Glenda Parker _
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and Linda Gren attended
a _
t I meeting of Little Women In Starke _
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Monday night.
Mrs. Loca Waters visited her _

I ihi1t brother, Collie Dyle a few days w ,esi
I last week in Lake Butler.

Benny Thomas was the weekend
guest of his brother Willie :Thomas 7t u Fera,T f*M gd h fry!For left ii If* set
Vb'SI !In Titusville.Mr. '4,: Thunderbird center. Ihs new Cuilom 300
I 11J) and Mrs. Bishop Thomas Tudor Sedan and above, the 9-pnsenper
Country Sedan
and family were Sunday guestsof
the H. H. Lewis and W. C. Conner -
: 1 : _72V I families in Starke.Jo .

... l'f Ann Thomas of Jacksonville .
v visited her lather Troy Thomas I
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RCA Victor Farrell Dtluxt. ...
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Table TV with front controls ,and {' Stewart visited his son.

.I speaker that can b.built in."On -Set"!.', Paul hi! Starke a few days last ...,
electronic fine tuning.' 262 sq. in. ", week. X.ri

picture.Transformer-powered Deluxe / if Bertha Thomas of Jacksonvillewas

t chassis. Phono-jack, tone control and *'\ weekend guest of her parents t

;, automatic gain control. Balanced j I jjf \ the Bob Thomases.Mr. ww 'r \
and Mrs. Wilbur Thomas of
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beautiful finishes.' ;., $' i Gainesville visited his mother w

... ," .--- 4i\1.1t.f:" _, ,.... .r' i Mrs. Groover Thomas Thursday.Mrs. .
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Sowells. Mrs. Nancy Gainey AWARDCD THE GOLD Mt IIC. .,
Mrs. H. E. Stokes and Ruby Stokes ........,.,".,.,.. ... .
k attended the meeting at the Ir"a"eiM 1ae6.a rriipea. .' "S. I' ,,''''' .'
Primitive Baptist Church in Lake e...In.Mll 1 Wtrit,,.. s :, ,TVs elegwrf MW' @

City Sunday. ,; -.' .." f fG/....500 TOT Victor! '

Mrs.Mr.and Groover Mrs.Thomas R. G. Thomas visited relatives and Styled, powered and pricecfior today's driving! change oil at 4000 miles instead of the 1000 driving within everyone's car budget Its a sim'There -%,

TV ServiceAll In Bell over the weekend and never was a Ford like this before! Its often recommended new Tyrex cord tires plified, Fordomatic with nearly 44 fewer parts. *

Mrs. Groover Thomas remainedfor classic I new design was awarded the Gold Medal' for greater economy and safety a brilliant!
a few days. of the Comite" Francis de 1'Elcgance at the new Diamond Lustre Baked Enamel Finish NEW economy team Number Two!f Tate
The Brooker Baptist Church Brussels World's Ford's versatile new Cruise-O-Matic Drive add
Fair! With new Thunderbird: that so durable you wont have to wax it ever
Work Guaranteed Estimates held a coffee hour after services flavor! In each lively line .and tastefully newinteriors and two new economy power-transmission the responsiveness of Thunderbird Special V-3
Free Sunday night. There was a large !
these 59 Fords, are beautifully pro teams ttiatwillbringyousavings power and you have the last word automatic i
to automatically.
number present enjoy the oc

v Fully Equipped ,- Dependable casion. portioned for elegant driving. That why we say, for_ '59 Ford is truly a, of driving av plus l the "built-in"axle. overdrIVe.. saving: :*,

The 'local Masons and their Power; performance and economy are served masterpiece of underpricing! economy-geared '

All Makes and Model.SHEPHERD'S families enjoyed a barbecue supper sr p in new proportions too. All standard Ford .
at the Community Center Sat NEW Altogether! NEW in everything>W can tieeibd aeud+f
engines-Six or Thunderbird V-8-thrive on economy team Number One! Get all .

urday night. regular gasoline at regular prices. You save tip the high Performance of a completely nets D

St. Mark's Episcopal to 5 cents on each gallon!There's a new al miFord:)InatJc Drive teamed with a Six or Thun fQ( ) O S
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RADIO & TV sized muffler that normally will last twice as derbird V-8-at a price that puts automatic .

8<<. Baymoaer &; JfacBUbi long 'as conventional mufflers used on other

IN11AN D. GREEN, Owner Sunday Services: S a.tn., tune ,. .full-1ow.tlil filtration that lets you Come In and that V'-' .
get N>:WORD FEELING 4T
in the
TV I Church School: uoo ,mv Nora can.*Thunderbird degaoo
Radio .- Seat Covers Uphofeterinf I ing Prayer.and Sermon.

Holy Communion-First Sun
PhoneYO 4.6901 ".. starke,' Fla.. I!!&Y. 11:00 ajn.; Third Sunday, TERWILLEGAR

7:30 am.WednesdayTOO. MOTORS
Color T.V. Headquarters pan. Choir

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At. The TabernacleFriday SN1f :j F w ri{ .
Methodist Church.Church foundrthat-a grass sod.which has l "
help in the school: beautification for the
shower to :
been ChUrch: Rev H. J. Blount pastor fin charge morning service. 11
Ief t-in,, the lllIld.for 3 to 5yearawill'notrriily'reduce program. Principal Roberts will which. all >at
evening- the congregationof Schoolman, ages 9:45 thebu teachers are invited aswell will held: their annual Men andWcmen' m. At 4 p. m. a special program
have charge of the music and
the Gospel ,Taberoacle ajn. Morning Worship. 11 a'.m..1 conducting as the members.of the 12th Day combined, on Sun- j will
: was population; ., ,but wjll,.improve the ; I be presented, by, thQ Junior
shown beautiful colored slides by with Fred B.. Noble prominent organic material in the soil.. Hampton School grade and their guests, All persons day, starting with Church Schoolat Church, Mae Lois Morris, chair
Ban J. Buzard of Flagstaff Ariz. Methodist layman from Jacksonville I are invited to hear "Little 10, a.: m. Supt. Leo DeSue in man. Mrs. Mable Jenkins Lee will
Mfr;'Buzard: represents the United as speaker in.observance OfLaItJ1tm's'Day. 5.. l breaking-came upon Charles: Sapp On Tuesday' October 21. Jack Johnny-Ac" and his band en Friday charge Morning worship at 11 a. be the guest speaker music wilt
Tiawick Sanitation Specialist
: -corn* the of October
*ottrar day. He 24 at RJE
Cafetor- m At 3
Tnrtian- A Is p. m. Mt. Zion A. M. E. be furnished
Missions, Including the nursery eravided ; by the C. C Anderson
Soil said.that he. is trying to turn under Bradford COUntywill' talk',' at the ium. This is being sponsored by Church of J
jfa.vajo living in the western for smaller children,, and : Conservation Lawtey will have Jr High School ChOnlS'of
part
% Junior Church for -ail} the organic material that school and possibly show a movieon'"Worms" the Siesta Club'of.: Starke. Clarence charge of the
older Methodist
children program.
,
J>?'Mr. Buzard pointing out the each. .N'. E-WS: : he can. Both J. J. Moody and He is considered the "B stet" De Sue is president: Youth Lawtey- under the direction ofMrs.
Fellowship
Sunday morning: at 5 p. m. At Z. Jennings. The ,
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Bihlb injuiictiojij, concerning the Charles Sapp "worm. doctor." of the public is
Juniors"and SoD Conservation ServiceBy !used the District's county and. Fair Exhibits 7 p. m. a musical
Dfae-A-Mite program will be invited to
attend.
Tutst ot Christians in bringing the Intermediate has done wonderful Junior Church
rotoqcleJllOWfJ': a job in.helping ,.
Gosad to those who do and Senior MYV, 6 Bill.Baas Calling all clubs: social, civi, presented featuring some of the .meeting is held each Tnesday at 5
not knoIL. w to erradicate the hook andrew
Anthony Crawford: and 'C: V. and:religious, schools and churches leading gospel singers ot Florida p. m. Missionary meeting will be
A.complete ,soil and worms in our county. Last
water
p.m.Evening Worship 7:3p.m.: ( conservation Ingleright used the District'sfertihzer1 in Bradford County to take Refreshments: will be on sale. at held at the home of the president
i, TJja Sunday, morning service farm plan was: preparedfoiv.Ji !spreader. Anthony fertilized month; M>f, Trawick talked to. the part in the county fair and'enter the church all day. The. pastor E. J. Givens on
was;'conducted, by Rev. Clarence. Moody>and,.Charles-Sapp. the fields:he members of the PTA.at.ThurstonSchooL.MR. and Sunday October
,. planted exhibits, for
.Wy..9 ...... to oats prizes., Principal Eddie congregation will' return a 26< at 5 p. m. All members and
lUhhle,of Penney. Farms. Includeotjin.Mocdy's' .farm Plan/is and Mr.. Ingleright fertilized a .-Jones*president. the Thompkins is chairman of the, visit to the Free Carman Churchof friends are Invited. to the Rene
of our country a suggested:-system,for a/, ;grass field'he is going to; .plant to rye. P.TA'at Hampton Training and Exhibits for our division and did God in Unity* on Friday October Theater apartment for this

A spiritual: ssage"was.broughtBIBLE ,STATE: FIRM based crop, rotation., Itt; has, beegoes n Anthony also used the> District'schopper school bus. assistant i& asking all a very fine job !in. leading this I, :: 24. All members are asked.. to ing. On October 22, 23. 24 meet there
to attend this the first
< parents
chop ,
&: to Mrs.. Jim, 'Thpmas) 'and-1 to down the heavyweed Mrs. commitee last year. We are counting join the pastor, will be a religious movie sponsored'
t
5 of the-term. Mellon
By Mrs.! O. le. CrosbyjAALAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAA family ot J'ohntCIwhd;igst.'hehusband r growth, before turning his meeting on all the groups principalsteachers The Spiritual Echoes will appear by. the Junior Church. .1 Beheld.
ease .
land. TaYlor, principal: Mrs., Liz:- '
Jim and especially students in Jacksonville in His Glory" at the Reno
VERSE Thomas.;last Friday, zip '-Walker Sullivan,. reporter. November Theater,
Sorry to hear that Morpg: Bar- The .District.s'rotDeycle.- mower Anderson Junior! High to make, this a great year for exhibits Watch this, paper, for the date admission 50c for adults 25c fore
a The Community Clubmet,last ton is a patient in a Lake': City [I is: still being' used Some ofthe at, the fair. Don't forget the time and place., Gus Kelly is th children. Help the children help,
The regular meeting the
I i Tuesday for a covered dish lunch hospital, Hope,he, is well,soon ,I'I' folks that. used thB. mower are; Club of. PTAHcbby dates October 27 to Nov. 1st. A manager,- "Buster" De Sue is. the us to pay for the new windows into
eon with Mrs. Milo Seigler. Ten-| James 'Brokas 'of 'Gainesvillespent I'Wilton and Lucian Conner, Lee met, last Tuesday special day will be given for our pianist. We are expecting you our church. Eddie. Thompkins

c members were present. and made the weekend with his sister ,<9reen> and Felix Sappj with president Due; Linwood Crawford' pupils, to attend so plan now to I support your sens and daughters chairman of the trustee board is.I
the
to
in small
charge.
plant fox'the. number'
new year. : and brother-in-law, Mr. and The District's grain-drill is very join in the fun. I of Starke. Mae, Belle Dell report anxious that we pay off this indebtedness -
in attendance
officers
Mrs R. S. Rooster who 1st em-.| Mrs. Norman Dowdy. popular), : this time-of' the. year. I t' elected. Election of officers werenot Adult Education er. as soon as possible. E.

ployed''' at Lowell, spent the Coy Alvarez ofPalatkar spent has:: already been' used by James I win be' held. at the next regular Adult Education classes are still The Dell-family wishes to thank' J; Givens reporter.

weekend with her daughter Mrs. the weekend with his parentsMr. Spina;. R. C;.. Dampier Pat A. i meeting. We regret the illness"of open,for your enrollment. We need all members and friends of New Bethel Baptist Church

Clarke Thompson. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez. Miller. Darby Gas kips; J: B. former president, Mrs TrueLove to organize some. other groups Pleasant Grove and Mount Mo New Bethel Bapist Church, Rev;
Mrs. Hewn Warren and. Miss Mr. and Mrs. Hingson of Live White, and J. R; Wainwright. If our Smith who is in Brewster but we cannot do this until you riah for the comfort and help during A. B. Vinson will; have, regulaI"services .

Linda.Jchns and. Tim'Warren of Oak and Mr. and Mrs. Ardis'Rich you are: planning on- plantingwinter. Hospital: We hope she will soon make a request for what you their recent family crises. We each second and, fourth
ROMANS 13:9 the Air Force, stationed Augusta :: erson of Lake Butler visited Mr. cover crops or pasture and return to us. want. If you want to learn to sew regret the loss of two of our loved Sunday starting, in November

I V Thou shik love thy spent Sunday with.Mrs. War Hingson's mother and sister-in- .want to usg{ the' District's drill be Mrs. Alice Anderson has return cook typewrite. make woodwork ones, but God is too good and wise Sunday School will, be held, each,
,, nognbour u thyself ren's daughter and son-in-law Mr. law Mr. and; Mrs Fred' CannoSunday nschedule sure and. let us know so we can ed to her teaching position in.Levy articles that will include lamps to make a mistake, may He bless Sunday. and special programs. The.
and Mrs. Lewis Marton. afternoon. it for you. County: at Chiefland..after several end tables, bookcases coffee each of. you is our prayer Brevard; County delegation. composed
Mrs. Melford Shealy Mrs. Bry Don't forget the revival at Rai- There has1 been considerable weeks of convalescing at her homein tables,. etc. let Principal Thom P' Alien, Chapel AME Church of Sisters Marion Dell,
.Sunday School 9:45 AM an Ennise, Mrs. E. N. Osborne and ford this week. Rev.Ernest isthe .mis-use. of the Distript's equip Lawtey. We regret.the passingof kins. know and he will organizethe .Allen Chapel AME Church,-Re v. I Captain, VadaDellj El ie. Lever

Morning Worship. 11 AM Mrs. O. E. Crosby attended the evangelist There is special music went which iet your equipment: the sister-in-law of Miss.W.'M. class. and get a qualified L, A. Sampson pastor wishes to 'son, Lillie Jackson andOzoro
meeting of the Starke ElementaryETA very night. so pleas be careful. teacher to thank all the of
Also when Cromjty. teacher, of. Special. Education serve you.. Rev. J. P, members and Shellsponsoring, "BetUe, {
Training Union-6:45. PM last Tuesday. Sorry to hear that Mrs. Julia you get any equipment use it and at the C, C. Anderson Jr. Franklin is.still urging some other friends for the splendid cooperation Music" featuring the Satelites.;,ao4.
Mr. and Mrs M. c.Roberts had Hingson is ill at. the-home of her: get it back to the',Farmer's Mar High School. church leaders to join the class that he received, last conference Wailers on Monday October 20 for

Evening'Worship 8 PM as guests Sunday Mrs. Roberts' ,daughter, Mrs. Fred Cannon. She ket because there will; be people Z. P. in. "Moral and Spriritual Foundations year. He is asking for that the benefit of Women's Day..During
Mrs Jennings had a very
. brother and sister-in-law. Mr. would appreciate her friends call waiting to use it. interesting. "Columbus Day"; program .". The Music group featuring same kind of good work and service intermission a Hula Hoop

and Mrs. J. R. Harlee and daughter. ing.The: Conservation of 590, and water in chapel Monday. Parentsare Social Studies and Folk, Songs and cooperation during this Contest and Record Hop will be

Imogene of Gainesville. Home Demonstration Club resources: in Florida, is a commOn invited to attend,, the chapel has added training of the Sate new conference period. We are featured. Admission is 25c to all.
; Madison Street SK 2-c and Mrs. Joe Neal 'will meet at the Clubhouse next problem in which we all take program on Monday October 20 rites to the program on Wednesday pleased to welcome our new pastor Come old, come young come big.

t Belche end baby of Pensacola Tuesday afternoon., Let's-tryto p mutpal interest Those who live celebrating "United Nations Day" night at Jenkins Elem.' All back. Sunday School will begin at come small and lets have 4 ball
spent part. of last week with his attend. There'' will be interesting hi towns and cities dependent with the Junior. High Students in choir members of the various 10 a. m. with Supt Irene Thomas Joan Jenkins reporter.

: Bap6st.ChurehJ. parents Mr. and Mrs. A. C.j j things to discuss concerning the on farmers who use the adjacent charge. Mrs. C. Johnson, reporter. churches. oft the city are Invited f

Belche. They are enroute to their j coming air.. land. If the farmer fails in-- the____ RJE School to enroll.u This group is not Methodist -
new assignment in Norfolk Va. Quite a few of the Farm resi- task of soil and water management On Monday Reading Tests were Baptist or Church of God

We an join in extending our dents attended the football game even' :the people who live in given to all the students in the just all churches, come one come STORE HOURS

H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor deepest sympathy to Mrs. Ursell i in Palatka Friday night. the city suffer. To contrpl our Remedial Reading Classes taughtby all every Wednesday night from .*-..: WE-. ?. 5? 1JTHIS : 7:30 To. 5:00
, Edwards in the loss of her father, Thought for the week-Love ye soil and water problems, we must Mrs. E. J. Givens. Supervisor 7-10 p. m. /
Mr. Thomas. Our sympathy also lone another and bear the bard ensa all work together in carrying 'out Shell administered the test. The Church News WEEK ToDNoon

of your fellow man.Today's joys definite plan of action that is California. Reading: Tests were Mount Moriah Methodist Church 7:3a
could easily turn into sorrow. to- understood by all. This is why our Mount Moriah
used covering grades 3 to 9. The Methodist
Soil r
FIRST BAPTIST morrow. Conservation
ChurchStarkeRev. Miss Ernestine formed. Districts were Reading Readiness Tests will be Church Rev. H., J. Blount, pastor j
Brown
weekend spent the given grades 1-3 Thursday and held regular services on Sunday ,
in
Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Jean Endicott.Brooker! with Miss Revival At Dedan Friday this week. starting with. Church School at Y
> ':Friday'the Lawtey group of the 10 a. m. Sis Lula Jones acting
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town Mrs. Mallete Hale of Lake Butler Dedan
is Baptist Church will Hold 11th grade sponsored a talent Supt. in charge. Morning,Worship
Phones: Office 234 -_Pastorium 130 is, the confined daughter to of the hospital. She a revival for the week starting show. at Kelly's Nlte Limit: Mrs. at 11 a. m., evening Worship at 7
I G. E. Mr. and Mrs. Sunday Oct. 19. Rev. ,Dykes of 'C? Johnson-served as M. C.and p. m.We were happy to have one
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M 7:301.M.\ pie Crews. Her little.son. Don- Lake City will deliver the message :we had a wonderful program. The of our out of town members with
l is staying, '
with his grand- I The public is inVited to 'Senior Class sponsored a "pre- us, Mrs. Elizabeth Battle, who .

Sunday School 9:45A.M.; \ Trainin gUnion 6:45P.M\ parentf.VWWV-t I attend l1, I ,It, 1 bridal shower" for Jackie Lane. now lives in New York City. Ware {Watch"This Space For Specials

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.- 1'JY' 'YYWWTTWTTTTTTTTTT The; .marriage wills take place on asking all members to attend I
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M, TTTT TT TTTTTYTTTT :November. 1..We regret the recent I class meeting each Tuesday/ night

A FRIENDLY WELCOME t NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED :accident .of the groom-to-be. The 'Bro. Obey DeSue in charge. Visitors i
AWAITS YOU CITIZENS OF accident! occured near Ocala onSunday I are,always welcome. Bro. William "

,AT THE FRIENDLY.CRURCB BRADFORD, COUNTYAAA44AAA.4AAAAAAAAA : night with Mrs,.Lane and Holland Layleader Vera
Ft, l \ By Qzora 'r .s en'l 1 hestwo;: ; smaller 'children who reI I Coleman reporter.

i .A **.aa. & &t .t 1.. Lit. tuitned.to: ,Starke DX bits Mrs. O. :Pleasant Grove MethQdis',Church
,, '. > T --.aa.AAAAA4. Wt George in charge I of the arI Pleasant. Grove Methodist
The perfect tribute to The- SateHlw J
1 Mary
Magadelene
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Murphy I
; sons
They are here at
last just back
a cherished memory from outer space! The senational Joe James and Preston, daugh I ,
tars. Susie Jessie Rachel, Nancy

Every funeral that we con 1 County.Satelites Most of Starke of them and have Bradford been> .. and relatives Bernjece and and' friends.a host of other r A' REPEAT Y' 4'X 8' x'3:t:$I' :'
in Hughes- I
duct is a source of sustaining;, home the and U. S.will armed be forces coming but,are Qhjestaut> is in: charge of arrange SPECIAL Of N.! I 55COMPLETE

solace and spiritual inspiration + your ments. The body will lie in state r
way soon to thrill
to the you as never be.- Saturday afternoon : ,
family. fore with at the funeral LADIES LONG
'Tops in Bops.:' This home SEE US FOR ,
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on North Oak St Funeral
Hundreds of details singing group is-led by Henry Un-: wig) begin at 2
are managed and economical -c erwood who is greater p. m.
than Sam
ly attended to that only a trained and careful. 'r ook' first tenor. Levi WUIiaSecond Birthday Party f, PER

organization can perform when the urgent need tenor, Ciscero Leggett,.bar. Little Jeroma'* Chandler, was BUILDING
for, serving is at hand.DeWITT hone Allan Leggett, bass. Ivory honored' by his parents on his } SHEET ':
''Joe Hunter" second birthday anniversary
Hall, the greatest of :1 SERVICES '
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C. JONES them aQ.. Enoch Allen tickles the with a party on Friday October
ivories while- .10 at''4:30' p m.. His mother j
'Johnny
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE "Hodges"Matthews t 1
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SERVICE blows Amandelene' served as hostess to I.
out
PHONES: WO1.2600 WO ,42610We I alto saxophone Featured some soloist great tiny tots and _parents including r Paints Roofing '

fumfcih the highest type service at lowest prices, end accept with' this group also) is Leroy McCoy White Jr:, Larry Williams, Lumber' ::1)

ANY life Insurance policy to force, Issued by ANY company, as "$rooker": tones who has re- Shirley Ann i Holly, Clara Jean ; f Materials : :

payment In part or m full on funeral services. Consultation popularized "Stormy Weather." Dean Pearline Dean, Alfred 1 { ., \ ,
carries 00 obligation. Watch this paper for the time, Thomas, James Price ,Jr., Vella T $ V1 "4 ldm MasonryProducts
date and place of thenfirst appearance Klma Shell Kathie Royal. Marion : Water Pumps J

in Starke. They have Price, Levy Ramar Lennon Cheryl 4

been polishing up by use of tape Wheeler, James Chandler Early 0 Hardware I
recordings and the assistance of Chandler; Norman Easley Bobby Lawn Mowers
HEAR-: Supervisor Shell. .These are the Aaron Holly Jr.. Jean Williams

future great singers of Starke. Randall Hudson and Janie Wheeler. -

IN Plan now to support them Other A delicious repast was served
aspirants for the toys were given to all and every-
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group are Johnny
Jackson. Chester ,Crum and: body had a 'wonderful time. Jer ..o VaIesto$4O '
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Eugene Smith Jr. ome received many useful gifts. NO MONEY DOWN 'i
REVIVALREV Final Rites --* *I Supervisors and Principals :
Conference
The final rites of the late Sister: .
Loonie Gibbs will be held at Ebe- The annual meeting ot supervisors You liked ,this coat special I ',
nezer Baptist Church on Sunday 'and principals of Florida ; : Repair i':

at 3 p. m. Sis. Gibbs was 'born>..,to will beheld'at.'BethuneCookmanColl so well before that we're # :

; SAMUEL STEWART; the late Mr. and' Mrs. Spencer i age starting on October 22 for repeating it for this SHOP- '"' i '
"' I Clark, 1903 hi Starke. She. was :I all supervisors and principals Add 1 RoomsCarport i
Pierson, Florida I converted in 1918 under the meeting on the 23-24th in a combined PORTUNITX weekend.1; : ---
i pastorate of Rev. ,W. J. Strong at i session..D. E. Williams COIr : j : I

i.Macedonia Baptist Church, Ham P- :sutlant from the State Department Fall is in the<<; air, so take: I Bath Room
' ton. Later she moved to. Starke ; of Edcation has planned avery 1 I

PLACEHOPE 'and joined ML Nebo Bapt. where fine' Program, Mrs Minnie i advantage of this genuine : (INCLUDING", SEPTIC TANK AND FIX-

BAPTIST CHURCH 'she served ,faithfully unUJ l she II Hall Fields: will have, charge of value NOW! 'Y 1 t ; TURES)
moved her membership, to Ebe- supervLsors.While W.EL Combs will
7 Miles South of Starke Road nezer Bapt. She was president of I work: with principals. Principals .. 1 ; Time To ReroofTAKE
on 100
[Choir No. 1-.and served in >* very i Eddie Tbom kins and, C. C. And- t I II I

MERLE\ ,PACKHAM. Pastor 'humble wonderful manner always I I er and Supervisor Shell are expected ADVANTAGE OF THIS SPECIALi
willing to do her best for the to attend this meeting. Ladies Nylon Ho'e 50c i
uplifting God's Kingdom on i Thurston School i 1

DATE .: earth. She departed- this life OB .The.regularcFPA'meeting will beheld 51-15 '

Oct. 9 at the Bradford County on Monday,night With Presi t I Size' 8. to. 11

OCTOBER 2QTH2&TH I Hospital where she'. received: ex.cellent ; 'dent Louiza Brown in chan. All FREE ESTIMATES
I, medical care in aIeffort, ,members are asked,to be present :
to restore her health.-,She leaves RS there is business of rvital importance MEN'S

TIME: ;to> mourn her passngiievoted I to transacted.. Special I CALL OR WRITE
husband Walter tombs oneMar'suer thanks to Henry S
) I Bryant for hisassistance Cdrdutoy'Shfrtst
.daughter ta Parks, 7 in, '
: getting; the stoves DAY OR NIGHT I
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SONG SERVICES 7:30 Nightly I grandchildren which Includes in. order for'the winter weather

:Arhur Franklin of the U, S Navy ahead. The wood is safely stored
REV. FRED DODD, Song Leader i 2 great grandchildren 2 brothers, away and we are ready for "Jack 1 WO 4-4201 or WO 442JJAT

i'Simon. Mitchell and Willie Wil'Uatns. I gt ost" Mrs.?B. C. Price Principal 2,99

R I 9 nieces, ifc nephews; 3 !is asking allj member to come at .
I 4 eister-in-lawa. .of& .brother!in- l"l p. m. so that the meeting will t

SpecialDaSuwJay. O&Z6th I law, all of Stark a&4 a. ;,host of |I bit-over by 8. Mrs. Albert reporter. i Colors

other sorrowing relatives, '_and [l Watemk School
friends. r The'PrESChool program is operating Small Medium -- Large STARKE BUILDERS I !

Sunday Shoot Atteo4aB.ee Goal} JOd< 'Rev Charlie Murphey .' successfully under the leadership ,
.
*Dinntr on Grounds at 12:30 Itat. Ctoarlfc Murphy will be r of Principal, M. B. Roberts l
laid to rest on Sunday afternoon who is assisted by Mrs. Lillie Mae
Dedication of New E4ucaiioeal Building after final services .t Anti/och/ 'Riley and In1t.'WbI1eneChancUer. INC.'

at 2:30 j Baptist Church; Re?. George Lee. 'I The band concert will be held on BOBBINS'"TA : SUPPLIES

1 pastor tofficiftttBg. Rev. ..Mjirpfcydied I October 23. instead of.the 30th as. '
EVERYONE after injuries sustained from .
WELCOME iori&inalll planned. A3,parents and .
. .... a pulpwood saw while working friends are asked to come out and Store of Vetoes"' SJV.L. DEPOT STARKE: ;, FLA.

j southwest of> Starke., He leaves to see your children perform. A small .' .?. .
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I mourn his loss _a devoted. wife .adcljssie. Jgg yjj.. Kg ,rfcflrerpfl :
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tyyyyyyyyyyyyy..ft.. and Mrs. Jack- Brasel and family i Rickey Roberts, who had 'spent I .A"day afternoon. "'' "y..ynT- =. i.nat.ir.r. and 'Mi-s'. ott-anTfamliyr, ff j... .... .- ..' _.-r > t -:-..-.u-r _. j.r. "P
bad
dfflnng wens to protect their
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wainwright, the.weekend here, returned home J. B. Teston had as guests this Don forge the High School'
Mr. and Mrs. Dock Wainwright berry plants. Of course these cool Guess tha 's all. ma;' Odd blf scand
with his parents. l' nd'LMr. ,and Mrs. C. H. IICILBRONNBy l PTA meets Tuesday the 21st, Mrs. T. ..
r 11 } Mr. :and Mrs. Fay Durban, :and Mr. and' Mr. ,Orrie .Garrett Brown and 'family of Boston. Cornelius Moore urges all parents days have helped a lot, too much: keep' you and yours always. .
dll1te l T. etch Misses Judy, Betty and Frankie I I I and sons of Tallahassee spent]theweekend Mass:, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Test- lUis,. liane1 ;'f \ to:attend gun and no water would have.been bye now.

...... (ts-* *; --j t* "" Wainwright of Jacksonville; Mr, I with Mr'; arid Mrs Guy on and,baby lof Portsmouth, N. H. : t."" J... ... McCarthyi.faufaaa.aa.aa.ai.t; 44444444AAAAAAAAAAAI and Mrs., Louie Lee Wainwright, Futch and family. I
T- J--J | *, 0 M '. ahdiMrs.Gsorge'Griifis and Charlie Hiluaid who celebratedhis II f=-
Dinner' Honors i4t"" ..Mrs.JVainwright and .family of Avon Pant, Rev. New,ArrlVaIS'Mr. daughter! Mrs. Quinjy Rosier, and Howdy toeigibofs'{ : < a
I on Golden iveddiiuMrl Sanford Mayo, pastor of the and Mrs. Richard Carter ,Miss. ;jVirginia. Cruce, visited' the pleasant day to you and you very and forty or more relatives and friends DowN
:J uiLilw..T.f; : L...W 1 Wright Methodist Church; Mr. and Mrs, announcethe arrival of a daughter Edmond -Rosters iri .Macclenny specially you.? :_ .' of the community -and Jacksonville t O I PAYMENT
HI: C. Wainwright and 'Brenda Sue at SE Vincent's
were; honored on their fiftieth Clyde; Mrs. Sunday. The Hciioronn that gathered: at Air'. Hill- ,. .
wedding o., anniversary with a din Leona Edwards, and Mr. and Mrs. Hospital in Jacksonville on Saturday Mrs. Lou Norman of Heilbronn Club met Home in the home Demonstration of- iard's home to help him'celebrate. -' r .i

rjpr at J iheir home, given by theirons James Wainwright and family. October' 11. Maternalgrah4P spent Thursday evening -with her Mrs.. Felix Sapp last Friday afteriiaon'Miss1Ross May,the Good Lord bless you with Needed to Build this House
iuid'Haughter. 'Thosj; enjoy- Mr. and! Mrs. Wainwright seem ntS are Mr, and )Mrs.u Mrs.. Mary Reddish..' gave thede: marl r more birthdays; on Your Lot
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this/ovely1 dinner Vere-Mrs, to be, enjoying good health ,add Gecrge Shufordv and paternal ,1 "
and
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lock feampton
Rev.1oop of
Mr, Mrs. Thomas j of v t1ona{ and the demonstration filled the ,,
| >;;?ight's 1 we wish for them many grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.. .
biohjr-in-law an more happy
ig Oscar ; '\. Jacksonville galas- to seeMrs.. o MPlanhing!< your winter Ward- pulpit again Sunday,and delivered
Carter.
ter. Mr. and Mrs! Prark Bof I years together. '' ,
Senie inspiring at Heilbronn
lyfae. fter the messages ,
r Maiclennyf l : 'Mr. Wainwrilhfsster i'' Mr. and'Mrs. George Roberts of Mr. and Mrs. Bill D bbs ale .PrevatfrSundav.fe J program refresh Church. t .t
ihents singing
I I Rev. and Mrs. Earl Moses attended were served by the hostess. Congregational
;) ,. Mrs. Alice Langford of LakeButler Gainesville proud parents of a son Michael chorister
were Saturday
overnight led Redding
was by Russell
a revival at Ocean Park Mrs. E. L. Cox, club president in. r,
;.(Mr. and Mrs, Jack Wap R'r- guests[ of their parents Mr. Lawrence born in Bradford Coun Church rites all interested to assisted by Mrs; L. Mor t. : .
Baptist at Jacksonville women send R1 :
.r.1'ight., and.Oij of Alma.J3a.: vMr,, andJdr" ,G, W. Roberta, ,.Little I ty Hospital, Saturday., Beach ,7ii'iirsday.evening, [ these .meetings.' The; nextmeeting gan. .Jiminie Lee,and Little Ray "j 1I I .ttJ ::1:1r

'... r:.,r Mr, and .Mrs? Vernon Testonand f" rr. -will Norman> with Miss.Barbara Jean
announced
rJ te oi yt 4. 1)u ...... S I i I their and Mrs $bsll Gfiffis.and ; atv a
Share the Profits in Stark ... hew b alby'"daughtkrlLisa t daughter and Mrs. Esther Wilkerson 1 late date: Norman: ;at the piano. Come and ; ..

,their of Barstow, Calif., are visiting -. had as Sunday guests,,Mr. ,.and, Fridayeveningfound} : !\.a lot ..of, hear good preaching and singing { IJ Ip I
parents Mr. and MrS; Sirs. Tom our every Sunday morning and
11 Whaley and daughter, Heilbronn. folks at the Palatka; even .,
Lonme'Teston, Mrs. R. A. Klelton '' i ing. Choir
and Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson Stadium practice every .Sunday
P}i to see the Bradford team .
and Lloyd|HaMs of Orlando were Jacksonville, and Mr*. and Mrs.. in action. BHS Band was oustan afternoon at five p. m. and Prayer

week the T d.1 ton's guests during, the Haines Griff and son, afBalatka.1 ing as the,7J stqdents marched on Meeting every Wednesday evening I TU"sF 5 9 M S .

Mrs.. Tim Blackburn, Mr. and birs':' the Held. They had as their theme Please note' Training? Union i2.era .- i'bt.., .,a
Mr., and Mrs. Edwin Starling Maines Griff is and ," now starts at 6:30 with
\ sons, and Mrs. An evening watching.T. V;'.ani p. m. the
hah: as guests last weekend their Nellie,Wilkerson attended dome made' a i&L" formation for' tilt Evening Worship at 7:30 p. m., The Capri t.I t...

son Weldon, Woodrow Freeman coming at Long Branch.. i crogram Zqfro accompanied. ame: and prayer meeting at 7:30: p. m. I
iFRlDAt, SATURDAY OCT: 17* 18 aril i. |loyt,JFaucett, all of Miami. )!ahd Mrs. Earlie Padgett and K i with the.Zorro music, which waS also. You and your' family and I $

as I Mr,.and Mrs. Jimmy Johusop their two children spent%the week- danced by the Baton :;rwi lers'l I friends are wanted an : aniJamily visited relatives in 4.cod= iu 'a Ilahassee with Mr. and I their:second formatiop,: rats, about''all services, come whenever you ;.
Lake Butler Sunday. Mrs. Tom Carr. Alfred Hitchcock ,
Be Warmer in Room I following the can.Miss I
every Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turner aft I .*Mr* .and. r Mrs-A v4 Bobby: X, Bennett* samgpatterb of hfs p9grani'anti: Marilyn dox of the University This modern 2-bedroom home Is designed for .Southern Living. j
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family"sppnt Sunday with Mr. and sons of Daytona and-Mr. and i in conclusion foamed i a l large razoV of_Florida spent the weekend I Three.,Jalousie I Windows arid a Jalousie i Door are'amohr :
4 Turner's mother in Jacksonville Mrs: Glenn 'WIDi iiis ii and sons'Mrr to shave' Palatk'a with. However, I with her parents, Mr. and Sirs E. I the* standard**?!**-* features* r offered in this.,ell-constructed home.\

SAVE to on FUEL! Mr. ,an \Mrs,. W [:}yh sCffiweijt } :. anv ('m11tea1Mr\ rrRdn Jiglli \\P..f .Yf tem buta L. Cox: Completely finished outside doors, windows,, screens etc. '_
toaeksorivil: e' bondaq i to Troyenne unng'U e good a lewas put I
? upas; 'the Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
". \iSit and" Cec1PThb6) s i &end'r :B.. i vrMr end d't &''t6 and. 2 (coats of paint. Partitions, studding and flo rs only .
Mr l cttnJfav
rt ?va>f "v f mIBil Mrsr 1J $cor*; : f' of Ernie Johns were their daughter,
.ar" l..,f fainj1y4; +Y' r' "a l tta I T-aiid: :Mrs. Phil Shufo'rd. an;laltltaf 'A 0 tCweee iF. s (\ Mrs. Lois Henson and son of Jack- on i inside. ; ,'
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: I Irai>sd Logan EaidirhliAhavebeen d aughter' \B> isibore .s I 'e.E>irteafiitwas r ,' .! : ,
itifirOUR ;A'Irs ,.. !. yv' : Wa well l supported it s sonville.
,; Ou at tnpJ100'.n'4 1 ," n'eekendguestddt23rs! JohnStiu.;. [hnltirtimrBradford"C'ount: i
: y Mr. and Mrs. R. L. __ ..
Morgan and .
t. t 'heapQlis<< ; ltfinri.'Ylslted: 'kit's. lHpt5hori'Morldap ford'ajidDave -to.: fC hlleii '
; rjyt ;:: < ?tT', D ncliesrozi't: :the FOR
vt.j family visited relatives in
White
OLD HEATER i : ; \.. ;; .h..:'' ,, nests 1 .'i\an Mij_ It re,4fj".J" Starke> Udep-If you Same.in late''is I Springs Sunday.
v:: It r: aAdMrs1i.JU eft NQtiii iaPighlaiid MOore t.-h rln"i-1.I iEekend. :ft"dtd'mi lied'a bard time fi 1d-
,. ,,f! spent ..undaq'.. :, fteriitvi ; MrsF r A 's"8n'" lriltd ,sea$. "riioattendIbdr rOm Mrs. Delories Carmichael and LOCAL APPOINTMENTS
tI'.. '''''. and r.frs..o -- '' ,farriiiy'offt9iidw'oou.. gfld:Airal3illi' : c rlmunty! Vere-Mr Mr. and >Mrs.M.Jk.Beacrj.pf! Jacksonville -
., Il.D < :and Mrs.JJrnmSPLeetr -
n
't j ary! )ur'ase f .this t A iiake 'w., '", ;'' 1M'.ff.t: tt.1f. f4r ::1'ofode t andMsonrti visited during the past .
'a'Iiss4Ltn'da
,;I.JLt.Jo .. .Heater an Mrs..i X\ \ f F : Oleri ; .
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..famh'gf,JaksonYithwererun: q ujpp edwjth. ,!3au automatic! forced. l air.fan. and,. \ ''uar"ID1es::il) ',V. :" l.! 'o"tne.U'Ol1'rWilkei: ; .' *.*Mrf'ancl Mrs Case Dobbs pfJaeb Jo1iJU.torir: { daskina mTRi,their Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rosier -

l.;; mQtlc!) air.feecL. $OtlS'an" _:.Auk, ; ...Ccf" J'1rs.1.r.G.1J\Jr.i.97'n: YVlI.., W1&SndlMrAi&p.MrS,: : ; da ttt Ut hadd 1 ffa :>bf M."id orma i and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reddish ANY TIME I
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'' Harley Herfcni,, of' Taflahafeee ea nifd;.5litrley:NAaMit8and: f a Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Cros
b thamSarling was livenr-ab1rtfid ylsit?d Mrs and Mrs. "ArIWDobbs lalio Xoq9 i i0ldrreport& h $. by.
i.t; "y. fri bJ"ht: -:sfte'1 ahefrltomeSundiiy t UiU'c''eekenda ;.t."Sw ..). ijahd-'an
it C-jt .> }:} elr'guesIcezefr"EaarL : } Mr'fiind.1lrsEverett.Burney: : Qf:l .3 ec4xu O441 yyhufvi < f i. sin, Johnny Cowart, Jr. in Jack- FR 2-2587 ...
N : in .... Gainesville1UE'I
Jaeks
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$ toA : ui"g uiI oitvilltiitaled rm lrs -Hen: sonville Monday night. Mr. Cow .
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41 ; if fin hid :1diSghtet 'l iaa '.8'"S. tutdayt"t btin., iii., 'ct vrei'a' Sra'ritiMis=Darts l ; v. .
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art
: ;:; : was stationed,in.Japan and |snow i
;-. .."'.okayyour pawQv,l.., onulbinalr'fdiiid'eti ."titomLC pt'1.:1fiJt falleyi aridj tarn raind 'aridWsSr
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t 'kibRe'trt.m. ; aw ;'ra fa ii1Y: !. '\ .DIJ1 ....Star 1wi Ktarinfc .. enjoying a 30 day Army leave
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham. spent,, the weekend at thencamp Fl6d 1 < (r'so'n. 6 f with his family and friends of the

Tumi Itsllf! on and off auto. i John Starling and Diana ana In the.Scrub On SundayMrr and Daytona Beach. community. JIM WALTER ;
it Mrs. !Sally:; Green of Jacksonvilleis
matically.Cfjulalti. + Ronnie Sapp. Mrs. H. T Markham and family, Sunday guest of Kir. and"Mis" ; ,
ONE'THIIO moro Mr.; and Mrs. Bill Zack of Jacksonville and Mr..and Mrs James Irvin,pf visiting Mr._ and Mrs. D. B. Bill Reddish was their niece Miss

worms air than ordinary h..rbi.w.r spent the weekend with Gainesville, Mr. arid Mrs.. Waite 1 Thomas i and f Dilly'l.Mrs.. Thomas. Sandra Carmichael i i i of ;Jackson "World's Largest. & Best Builders ,of Shell Homes"
or fan.AutOmfli. and Mrs. Green spent Monday
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Tanner andfamily. 'WHkef.an ln the* Edwin Starlings
went down to help kr. Star with Mr. and Mrs. ,Tom.. Hewlett ville.My VISIT US OR, CALL COLLECT t
sister Mr. arid
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i "AIR FEED" Mr. and J.ors. Henry Bennett o fling celebrate his birthday with in Ocala.Mr.and. Weldon ; Mrs W. E Gainesville, Rt. 2, Box 213-A Hawthorne and Kin-

Jacksonville; Raymond .jtess pI a..barbecue., .. .. -. I ; Mrs. Arthur Pearce andMrs. and with children of Tallahassee caid Roads Phone .FR 2257.Palatka '
.M-eet'Moore .visited us Wednesday of
Turns smote l info l heat fl! Miami and.Claud6 Sapp of Tall a- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tuckerand visited Mrs. R. last week. P. 0. Box 782; Located at j the "Y" (
rt W. Sapp in Baptist Memorial Hospital .
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hassee called
'I on Mr. and Mrs. son of.Jfck$QPyiUe( visited Mr.
Automatically supplies correct amount 1 in Jacksonville Sunday after We had a little rain but not Phone EAST 5.5971 r
of air to burner Eliminates draft prob1 Arthur Pearce, Mrs. Mary Reddish and Mrs. Earl Teslori Sunday. ,
DyP" lems. Assures highest burning efficiency .4 Mr. and Mrs. Theopolis Red Pat Cox of Starke spent the noon. ri: enough. Thus there have been far
-lowest fuel costs dish and other friends Saturday.An. weekend with Mitchel ,
Starling: .
M .. .
f these: people once lived here. Sunday guests of Mrv and ,Mrs. c 10't f r"n .7 j .

Thomas ommy and Faye Bo y- Hubert .Priest ,arid family .were .. .
MEby America the that's llCW.r.!
D'T Now.nail truly
ett' of JackSonville were' Sunday Mr. and Mrs. George Summerlin .' ". sees. one .
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guests. of, Major and Mrs. William and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest /a .. ._-of-----,- t. 0.. 1._ .._ f- -. -- .c a
Wilson; and }family. :Williams'aria son of Lake> city.. '.," -..- .... a 1

I'J@i Pan andTommy Harley, Misses i Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Smith and ..' t '
I .
: Del.. Williams and Elaine !;Iarleyvisited tamil$.oi-Maietfa,7f Itedlulx'. and .,: -,.. ..-_ .. ,.r", 'I .
., Jigs Hanniger in a hospital Mrs. Ernest Raulerson and daughters ..t"1. -1 1 "
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in Lake, City 'Sunday. on Sunday. : ""':\. :1"J. : ,r

Mr. and". Mrs Warren Bpa tMr.r% .. ?and. .Mrs.. : .A., .J. Crawford .. ,. .
( arJ wright and_ daughter of Aciriy and children were in JacksonvilleSunday ... .
Le Juene are here for a visit with for a visit with Air and rGQ '

Mrs. Effie',Boatwright and Mr. Mrs, Carl_ Eunice., .
------- K and Mrs. Commodore Crews. 'Mil. Mr. and Mrs James Waters andfly .

SU .! and Mrs. Hj: ; C. Cress .and fam sows .were Sunday guests of t.i!: ..
I of Clearwater visited the Crews and Mrs. Buford HigginbolHamin .,
CHALLENGER llt1I11LiitJIllI during' the 'weekend. Maxviile.; [ 4 ...

r Mr. andJ,, rs. A. J. Starling of Misses QarQl.Jean: M osley and

Oil HEATERHere E Baldwin arq visiting Mr. and Mrs Mis Sue, Redding. of Jacksonville\ r..

Theopolis Reddish. were .'Sufidaj! Q inHecAgjiests{ of .
is advanced design offering Weekend'guests of Rev. H. J. Misses Elaine and Maxine Red .

you real heating economy Williams and family were Mr. and ding. ..
combined with: moderate cost
Mrs. Durrell Bass and Mr.. and The LeonatdPrevattew, .Mjr. and 1 a

3 Mrs. T. A.,.Barker of Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs..D.-J_Anders? ajid.the.LJR. t ..
and Mrs. C. E. Olsen of Greens were among those attend- .

2-WAY JONEY-BACK GUARANTEE. .. Jacksonville J, visited Mr. and Mrs.L. ing Homecoming at,Long Branch I ..
Guaranteed- to give Guaranteed R. Green and daughters SiAii un- Sunday. I .1
you more n to heat your horne I -p
1 comfort in every room of your on 25% to,331i% less fuel than ,:Mr...and MfsrPaul.Bennett and i ...
home oa leas fuel any-ordinary heater Of YOUR daughters.visited< Mr. and ,. MrS. .
YOUR I
ordinary heater or MONEY BACK. I__ ;
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MONEY, BACK. : Jesse Smith in Starke Sunday.! r.

i p The Smith home In Pine Havecaught n .
Pl yismd nj other OUTSTANDING FEATURES! I I fir,;,early Sunday morning I .

Home Appliances I but the damage was slight.Mr. II' 'j .e
Quaker't! r-iM dro Like aria. Chevies, the Impala Sport Sedan has+ Safety riatp Glass all around.
... _. ,......tf,any ) and Mrs. R. E. Lee and i Ii 1". : .. ,' .. .
Yjjar Friendly} '- 1 I \ .. ,
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ttti'if tiro family were weekend, guests ofMis' i .- -'""' ..'.., .

AIICIMtrucp.II.tlyti SA ftmot, fasfIr wo.m q Clemmie'tee'ih Engima, Ga. .. -f- .
Ac. .U-faiUotMd a1 l.w .bating cod ....... Norge-4 DealerNQRGK .-Mr.. ana. Mrs.i. rX.rltllS.a4,! -- ...

Curtis and David Johns were inMaccknny ..

MODELS PRICED'FROM Job.OO-Fojy; Tcrmj-Trale How Save! S : APPLIANCES Sunday} fOKa pit| with 'I I .. .._If: ill
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Iteddish =
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S WASHERS -
HAYTjftG .2 ...Mrf did ;Mrs JEd 11V'! spent the = .
) COLEMAN> HEATERS and xee endwitliMr. and Mia. fcQY.id 15 9 CHfVnrDLET -r C; i tIttl1.F?" :

ELRQD FLOOR. FURNACES. Ovid Futch had and a family serious operation-re in Atlanta ...

We Service All Makes cently but is improving nicely. 0 t :

Of, Appliances Misses-Mary Harley and Jackie 10 -. -" .. .. .
FURNITURE COMPANY Bales, Billy Anders, Ed King and ,/t'a shaped to the new American taste. It brings 'oumoresnaciousraessandcomjortuitifaneta ,; ..
PHONE: WO 4,7511 Rev 14 j >v.*
218 & !Slarke, Florida Methodist Sanford Youth',Mayo'Coundl'Lm attended\Ling)f h.Body by Fisher. It has a new. kind of finish! New,bigger brakes. Vast new areas of visibility: r :
Temple Ave. _,Starke, F1 r ; 4 .V .r :1 yr .' wl t
t t: w T ? _.. in JValdo Sunday! afternoon., .Aetc Hi-Thrift 6. It', new right down to.the tires! :
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n. Miss. Jackie Harley of Jacksonville i't' ,
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spent thejweekend with herparents
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,. Mr. and Mrs; HTC. Haley :.. u .. J -U ... .. '.**.. ) -f .. .
Call The .{(hev 's all new for the second When take the wheel A
+ Fuel Oil ,.. .. you you There's still more! new finish! :
J -Mr.1 M..Mr j"R_ .. : straight year! Here with a fresh find Chevy's newness goes down that keeps its'slime Wthoui\ wax:; '
and son of Starke visited the Niel tlimline'design flyi il t'brings eh: deep. A'new steering ratio makes ing or polishing r tip'to three ,

loyners Sunday. :'.tirely new poise and proportion handling easier' than ever: New years. Impressive new Impala

I No. W04971j1 We are sorry to report that Dick '|{oautombile- -ling. Inside the suspension ,engineering gives models. Wonderful new wagons :

Starling wis. at.ruck. blithe eye 'cew.and roomier Body by Fisher you a smoother, more stableincluding one'with a rear-fac- .

Tith a nail and is a patient in i'ou'U find truly tasteful elegance. ride. There's a new Hi-Thrift ing seat/And/wltlTall; ll that's !

Bradford! County Hospital, nd you'll have clear seeing from 6 that goes and goes on a gallon new, you'll find those fine Chev : .
Mr.'and-Mrs. A. P. Hallm'an b:ff 'every seat. The new VistaPanoof gas. Vim-packed V8's. New rolet virtues' of economy and -

Kerosene Chattanooga Tenn.' are visiting Vamic windshiel curves oyerTieadwindows avid p"iggej r[brakes.: Even tougher, practicality. Stop in now and see ,.
PE or Oil Heating \In: daf gareiReT( andMr. sii31rs..H. \ are biggeltoo.. safer Tyrex cord tires. the 59 Chevrolet :

: .KeDy..and.nA< \i1d. .:r.bl! .

DURIN'G Hallmans, nd > Irs.-Margaret Kely -
lIE 195&59 WINTER SEASON spent ft i i Sunday 'wioi Mr.


: YOUR TANK WILLIE CHECKED REGULARLY \i MrS Marvin Sunday New| Roy River.fists Tomunson oj Mf.and.and. f

AND FILLED AS NEEDED Rosier and farnUywereMr. ;
and'Mrs. Kenneth Ernes and

CALL US .TODAY; FOR. 'COMEtETE INFOI1ATION family. 3f JacfcsonvjUeJI..Rt ; local authorized Chevrolet dealer -

-. ..The," ..., Crawfords of Jack .your...,.. .. r ._ _. _.__" .
Onvile "!.ert w; S..", aiiffy.} .
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.I JEROME JOHNS OIL CO. : visit with the Ray Crawford lam 1 i i s a', it

4.ii d 14.e.. 1eir riefisun;, .. SNO'W' r -effE-V-RO'LET
c6 f.
YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS 66 JABBER Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds COiMPANY,

.: took son. Bobby to Jacksonville .
..Phone WO 4-9711 .7-13South:: Wajnnt.St. Monday tosee a aki4 weciaiast.Sunda ._ .
:' liI nests,oar,..., Best ,210 EAST CALL .ST. STARKE,. FLA. .J lIQX)::- \Vb l h1
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rACE TWELVE BRADFORD- TOITNTV TELEGRAPH. STARKE.. FLORIDA THURSDAY OCTOBER 16., 1938
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CREEK with '. iJ, ) 1 I


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Walton r .,g- HOME FOOTBALL GAME




Read where the reservations for r
the first man-carrying moon
rocket are all booked up. I'm 'a' :f
fraid there will be a lot of dis.
appointed folks because the passengers will more than likely r 4. V5.
be members of tie foreign aid
committees. I only hope the first *
rocket"does not offend,the Purple, Y q"i3

'may People be Eaters on the moon"or whatever because,there their vi Bradford Park-Thurs. Oct. 16 8 P. M.

scientific progress may be way ,
Ahead of' ours and they might kL
Want to shoot back.: After the
moon we can take the planets and
stars and other heavenly bodies ; Nome Games Qut-Qt-Town Games
one,by one. By that time! our 'na, ; /

tional debt will be as astronomical ,- \ September 19 6 BHS 14'
as the distance to some 5 Macclenny September 26 -- Bolles 7 BHS, 13

of. We these'places.Just came. through National ", October, 16.- Perry In Starke October 3 P. K. Yongue 7 BHS 20BHS

Cornbread week and Fish Week.
Well at least .we' are celebrating -; ic October, 31 Lake City In Starke October 10 -- Palatka 18 6

a Just cause. I eat fish and cornbread -
every week. Have heard of November 7 Fernandina Beach In Starke October 24 Open
a dish called beefsteak but have ALL TICKETS AT GATE .1.25 ,

not, anyOne had. the price lately to enjoy November 21 Green Cove Sprgs. In Starke ",November 14 -- Santa Fe. AwayStudent

bass fisherman by the Tickets Purchased School
Iame of Julius K. had a very nice at TM- - .
String of bass., Claims they came
from the river at ,Rice Creek.I Day of Game 75c

Come now Julius, you can tell us .
seed the truth.\ Seems as how you were All Children Grades 1 thru 4
fishing; with' a friend on Dead

Lakes. I Admitted Free if Accompaniedby t L
Saw a 6M lb. bass caught on ._
I lll
the Hcddon} Sonic, This old reliAble t ; :(
will pay off while the water ParentsWELCOME .i. c .,. 4 : :
is hlgn. Good any time but hardto V
use en the lower tides as it runs b f
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deep'and grabs bottom.
Reports,from Santa Fe are nice x 'S + ny
catches of speckled perch being BACKTORNADOES

made. If you don't know the good ; .
spots to go,check with Mrs. Barn- .. .w _
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hill on the east side. / J
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Fished Alto Lake this week. but '
it:didn't pay off. The hyacinthsare 4A ___ Yw

all gone1and you can now fish .
completely around the lake. There"
is a public landing behind the ice
plant at Waldo, but you must car 1958 TORNADO SQUAD Coaches Hurse, Temple, RegisterBest I
ry your'own boat. Still plenty of
big bass in this lake. Try to catchit I
wnen'ttiere'I U a gOod ripple on, I

.the water. Wishes To The Team Mow 'Em Down, TornadoesSHUFORD'S Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
According to the Atlantic Tide t
charts, Oct. 12-16 is the highest
HOME
PAY'S APPLIANCE
October STANDARD SERVICE
tides. The river and connecting .

fish'can lakes be caught.are still full,..but THOMAS CONSTRUCTION CO.: I Your Friendly Norge Dealer '

Did you know that it was illegal STATION Maytag Appliances Coleman Heaters and
to use a dip net to dip up catfish .
caught other than on rod and'' Bring Home The Bacon, Boys! Floor Furnaces We Service AH Makes .
reel or pole liner The "Monkey
:.Fishermen" are nol:only breaking Co Get 'Em, TornadoesH. A Good Team Like The Tornadoes .-
the' law using their electrical KOCH DRUG STORE

shocking devices' but again break '" C. WALL AGENCY : Deserves Your Support
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it when they use their long hand-
led dip nets to retrieve the addled i WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STOREBest
cat..YTTTYYTYTTTYTTTTYYTYYTYY,- Compliments Of : : GENERALINSUnANCE .

". STARKE HARDWARE CO: "", Wishes To The Team


KINGSLEY LAKEy SPORTING GOODS Everybody Out For Tonight's Game! TERWILLEGAR MOTORSYOUR


Mi., ,Moore "'* WARREN'S SUPER SHELL STATIONBest AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER

uu.u.uuuAA.u..A I Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
Support The Tornadoes With Your PresenceB
We realize. winter is coming as Wishes Of
we see the trailers coming out to
the lake for winter quarters.. We HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO. GEM JEWELRYN. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO.

had some visitors last week who L. WOODBURN
had been on vacation in New Yrk -, '
State. They reported 16 degrees Compliments .a.. The House Of Fine DiamondsStarke's .
Best Wishes
From \/f.
temperature already. .,
T. C.. HAZEN JR. Leading Jeweler $: "
Glad to see such a goodly num- ... -
ber on the'church bus Sunday. .. DENMARK FURNITURE 1 I
SINCLAIR OIL PRODUCTSPhone \ CO. -- ,-> :.
Hope they will continue to come .
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Compliments Of .
to church and Sunday School. '
WO 4-3661 Starke, Fla. : .
Mrs. Frances Cottle of Wood- ':
bine. Ga. is visiting ,her son. David NEW METHOD CLEANERSBest Compliments Of ,
. Cottle. She attended church
services Sunday night with Mrs. Of -
Compliments DODD'S SUNOCO SERVICE '
STATION'WE
David Cottle. It is nice to have
.them hope they will come again I Wishes To The TeamFAULKNER'S *,r .', ,
coon. GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS V ,'
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES ,
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WMU
held Its'regular meeting .
IR the home SERVICE STATION .
or Mrs. O. F. Semeir t
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Sr. last Friday. The members de- Support The Tornadoes, With Your Presence, ;t',*, *
cided to adopt secret pals which JVe're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters!
means that each member will have Best Wishes Team VOLLEY STARLING'SGROCERY : -;
r particular person for whom they .
will, do nice things through the & MARKET .X" ,
'year. At a later date the secret LAWSON'S MARKET THE, FARMERS SUPPLY. ..' *: .1:
pals will be revealed. Sounds in
teresting. .
Johnny Bradley Be Present Tonight To Cheer Our Boys To .
and Jane Smith .
spent Sunday ,afternoon visiting SILCOX CITIES SERVICE Onward Tornadoes! Victory '
Paul and Sandra .
Moore. .
Mrs. Opal Bishop and'daughter, ,..". ., ... I
FARM HOME & AUTO
Linda will be among the visitors Come On Out and Boost Our Team! : GIB BROWN'S SERVICE STATIONBest SUPPLY ,
at the Gator Bowl in Gainesville'this
weekend. ,--

weekend Mark Moore was,home for the Let's Fill The Stands For Tonight's GameSHEPHERD'S Wishes From Best Wishes TeamJACKSONBISHOP "
,visiting his parents Mr "
and Mrs.'A. R. Moore. He reports CAR LOT :' ,
college life as a busy time. -- ;
very BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN : : .
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RADIO TV
& .* -. NEW AND USED CARS
iCompliments
YOU'LL LOVE: tte Dew J'.IteP''brook -
pane-size fountain pens to .
pastel shades: Only Non al Bra* Best Wishes From ; Of .r Let's Support The Tornadoes ':
.
ford County Telegraph.Terillhte .

LEWIS & LAWSON GARAGE V
BARKSDALE'S DEPT. STORE ,L HART FURNITURE CO.
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,U. S. 301 South Starke Fla *'
ControlFOR
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DEPENDABLE Compliments Of Best Wishes Team GOOD DUCK TORNADOESJ

WmseheM OQOUMTCMPe '. ,
JEWELRY
WILLIAMS
t Control & J BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc.
SMITTY'S BARBER SHOP "
EXPERT WATCH REPAIR
GroTf Bprmjtaf, Best Wishes To The Team

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call FR '6-2661 Best Wishes Of Best Wishes Of ..- '. CAUFFMAN'S SINCLAIR SERVICE ;*I r

Florida, Peat Control SIMPSON'S TAXI SERVICE STATION V
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&. Chemical. Co., EDWARD'S, GROCERY & MARKET DIAL WO 4.2001RADIO-DISPATCHED _'>;;; :-'h 542 West Madison Streetr -

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