Bradford County telegraph
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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 23, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:01521
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VOLUME, EIGIITY STARKE.: FLORIDA. THURSDAY OCTOBER 23 1958- NUMBER EIGHTEEN, ._, '""- ._8th_..'" annual_..0 u_Bradford_ ..County 1C 'l
.ruir ww get unaerway Monday

City Paving. tatoo.u fiu-Wlac.r.-tY,._ Farmers InvitedTo Council Eyes with BHS the downtown Band an opening and section Legion parade, followed officials by the by in,

free admission to the fair groundsfor ''y

Specifications Fish Fry aByRotary Zoning ChangeFor all night.visitors Monday afternoonand '3' y 1'F

Exhibitors will for
compete the

To Be RevisedMembers t a r ,4r $600 in cash prizes that will be
Club Industry 1ay
awarded, in addition to blue. red

;: 4 t 1 5 V.7, 1 be and agricultural white' ribbons.exhibits Featured of poultry will

of the City Final plans for Starke Rotary't Attending,City Council meeting livestock, and other farm
discussed the revision of annual Rural-Urban Tuesday: night John Torode, pro-
Day were an
ducts homecraft
code and obtaining a! ; 1 f nounced at the Wednesday lunch- ::hairman'_ Starke.Zoning,Hoard: school exhibits. items and

for road- building within eon meeting by Chairman Jim reviewed ,the current work of that There will be nocommercial

limits at the regular Vf Chasteen.All oard, ,giving the council ,a rundown exhibits this year, s
17'i.B 12 due to lack of
housing facilities.
Tuesday.nlght. on the thoughts and tenta- :
V farmers in Bradford Countyare tive plans of that board.It Highlight of the week will in- ff ;
it was agreed to check t invited to attend this event, clude
a Children's
: ,4 eaa was Day on Wed-
suggested by,,the Zoning
method of having the which will be
t staged WednesdayOct. Board that the area for light industry nesday, when all white children '
vised by commercial f 29at ; .
a the Fair Grounds. A will be admitted
: ,should !be increased at free to the r
specializes in the work. fish fry will be served V
to Rotarian
grounds and all rides
:his time so that any prospective will be half
State .Road department and their guests starting at 12:15.: :
price 12
manufacturers could toe offered _._ __ ...noon. 6 p. m. A
fications will be used Chasteen announced that n '
Rep. property which will meet their i. sunuar aay will be held for color- --- ......-
building and inspection rr Doyle E. Conner will make brief !
a ed children on Thursday.
needs and also will be in
qualified person,'for, all address and arrangements are ment with plans for the On Wednesday the Starke Ro- Leaton Mathews Bradford Chapter Future_ Farmer,grooms

roads. Roads' built hi $ also being made to stage a pony ment of the city. Concrete develop-suggestion tary Club will be host to farmersof his pride and joy, Billy for exhibition at the ,Bradford County

have' ,in some cases,. l show, exhibiting some of the Shet- was that the light industry the county at an annual Rural-. Fair next week. County Agent George Hoggins, chairman of

up and now are a source: J land ponies' now being bred in this. ?rea along Peggy railroad should Urban Day fish' fry at the fair I livestock exhibits, rives an able assist. The 11-month-old Hereford *

for the city.Permission. .; ;x$ area. The FFA String Band will te joined by taking in land adjacent grounds-starting at 12:15.: steer is Leaton's FFA project and is being ffd-out for they;'

to .1 install a provide music during the serving but not already zoned for There is still time to enter exhibits Fat Stock Show next spring. Billy _weighed in, at 555 pounds
light at the, intersection hours.A industry. and anyone interested in when Leaton bought him several months
ago; now tips the
and Water streets s [SR1 ) talk on Rotary classificationsby
Mr. Torode 'presented a form showing livestock or farm pro- scales at 725.
turned down by the. H. P. Morgan was, a featureof which his board ,had developedto ducts should contact County .

department, and str e't the Wednesday meeting. be used in recording all licen Agent G. T., Huggins to arrangefor
Epperson ,St. south of : fed businesses.. ,The form will,record space. Women wishing to exhibit must remain on display at the: souvenir fair ,booklet will be distributed
R. R. will be installed,w .- the address of the businessliecause' handcraft,'canning products, fair grounds through Saturday, to all visitors free' of
Man Arrested the final day.
mission is grafted bY' a business licensed for a etc. may contact Miss Dorothy c1'1 rge: The fair association is a
,road to carry wires; Class Of 1915 particular area will not necessarily Ross, home demonstration agent. Harry Rabb, Jr. commander' non-profit organization chartered'

right ,of way. / be acceptable if moved to a Huggins stated that in order to American Legion Post 56 and for the "educational l, agricultural! ,
Council voted to call ; On Exposure different of town. president of the Bradford County and horticultural betterment"
Per Cent Reunion part be eligible for prizes. exhibits Fair I I of
en gasoline and ,kerOe Council advised Mr. Torode to Association. Inc.. said that a Bradford, __ n_ nnnnf___....7. '
rotate the oil and grease meet with the city attorney and Scrap Dealer
between local ,dealers. sole member of the'Bradford High School Charge Here draw up'ordinances *o implement Tornadoes Back To Full

also, be sought ,on a: 1915, marks an all ,important, date on his their plans. If these are approvedby Buys Himself 1 StrengthFor

truck. : 1958, Golden Anniversary Reunion of BHS f the: council the'legal steps will A Jet For T
A. E. Wilcox of Cherry the distinction of being_ the only graduate Frank Delano Cason, 2i-year- .I be.,taken, to bring the' matter before Lake Game

ed attention of the council 1915 Air. Thomas feels he is safe In boast- old Lake City marrjed man. was: the, J>u>)lic, A high bid of $201.27 gave City ; Beat PerryWith

fact that water users in, ; have a "100 per cent reunion" on,Novem arrested here Wednesday afternoon Gainesville Scrap Iron & Metal -

pity, near the will be there, that's for',sore,. and he on a charge of indecent ex i House ..Destroyed Co. the obsolete Navy jet plane no game scheduled this Hobbs kicked out, of bounds
Church; were getting rusty to other,classes to match, that record. pcsure. The arrest was made by which has caused so much com- week, Coach Lennard Register the Perry 12. Halfback on'
Street Superintendent 'S." Deputy Sheriff Russell Redding By Early Blaze motion In the recreation area. eased off early in the week; to Lollls ,went the Sonny
.up for
said he would make the and' City Police upon complaintof Bids were opened at the regularCity' give his squad time to recuperate yards for the 13
sary," drainage the next I Attracts a high ,school senior. I An early morning fire, last Sat Council 'meeting Tuesday from injuries, but resumed 'a fUU- play after the visitors on the first

Duplicate assesSInentS;, Widespread According to the Sheriff's office .urday, completely destroyed aowned'b night. In'accepting t the bid the scale, schedule Wednesday in preparation Williams pounced punt on and the fumbled.ball1'
a Hartniann property were. the girl home Louis Treek, located for next week's and
council home
was walking homeduring specified the removal. of then LaMee passed to HObbs'for
.;1 with'! refund 'of $22. O, the lunch hour when over about three miles out 'on the plane 'within! 30 days. game,with Lake City. the ,TD.
owner." t; Expands Planning taken'on Adkins Street a :East Brownlee.St.. The frame Register.said prospects are'good .
by s n, Originally installed in Halfback Tanner
the 'Harvey
tfouse; with.metal< ,roof. ? I intercepted -
It was deef4ed utter who.was driving .' ,and 'cone for, having Marion Cottle Tom '
a 7 ,
two-tone.,195Chevrolet the :second :
that would be playground'attraction. Perry pass ,of
: .r.nrKe tents; were valued at approximately a :
tlon with city attorney A./ .- When' the, girl refused Smith and Spanky McLendonhijured '
the Bradford
as Jr.. that the, city I preslI one can attend the Homecominggame. his invitation to get into the car, .$7,500. ; the' plane became 'a backfield stalwarts, in the 14 running eveningon play 'sparked; ;40.toy"tne, in

lights" and water:>to PTA. said Alumni may sit in groups he, made, some inquiry about directions According tq fire 'department doubtful asset after a small boy lineup against Lake City,*as web groauid-covering Williams and LaMe
State 'Road 100,.for: "reserva according ,to the rear'of, their and it was then she noted records,,',the call came in at 7:03: was trapped, in 'one of its compartments as,Bobby Shannon injured tackle. ,- Terrell 'Green sliPped' over-

contemplate building : school graduation. the circumstances led to his I and when,they reached the scene requiring Fire ChiefD. Lake City has a 2.2 record this from the'one.

services, such as ..trash to take Mrs.Darby., said'that several arrest.. As soon as she re&tild the house was about threequarters W. 'Carpenter to employ a season, defeating Mainland (Day- This time the extra point ,was
bage' pick-up, could, be alumni classes, including'27. ,'31.. Ill, '40 home, the police were notified l ana burned.. The water mains do hacksaw in order to release' him. tcna) 12.0, ,and Gainesville High good LaMee hitting Williams in

with these owners,if they reunion and '41 have already planned get- later spotted Cason driving on not extend ,to the area. Plexiglass windows, broken out 12-6. Their losses were to Quincy. the end zone making the halftime

10 Per cent for utilities graduates. togethers at private homes or .local South Walnut St. near Setzer's. A grass, fire on Colley Road, of the plane by ,vandals provided 20-0. and Ocala 6-0. ,sCore 13-0 'for Bradford.

services;,Utility tax does letters restaurants after the' Home- ,Sheriff Reddish said that Cason. back of the'hospital, was the only jagged edges that were a, constant In ,last week's game with Per- Perry held the ball after the
ply} to those outside-- of city this week coming game.. who works the Melrose area for a other recent'' call threat to exploring youngsters.ngatCofC ry the Tornadoes won 13-6, sparked kickoff'for three first downs get
it"F ol
Heaters *were ordered parts Alumni'arriving early are .invited publication, had been dating a G by the defensive alertness .or tingdown to Bradford's 24-yard

,in the city 'garbage, to make to 'attend the annual Tornado girl in the Starke school who like- halfback Bennie Williams and 'the line before giving up on tiowns.

electric trucks. Whirl colorful, pep rally being ly was unaware that he was mar- quarterbacking of Hubba LaMe&; The Tornadoes were forced tJ*
prior to sponsored at the stadium Thurs- ried. He had been "hanging It was the fourth win for Brad- kick out after three running plays

Holt Johnson game on day night Nov ,6;\Skits will he around" the school during the ford High in the current' season, and 'Perry. took over on. the home
with one '
presented by various clubs and only loss, to 'Palatka.
noon hour. Cason is the father of
sponsored classes and the BH3,Band will With three starters out of the
one child, and his wife is expecting took the ball on the
Made Eagle A and will also be seen in action..There is no another, the Sheriff said. lineup, the Tornadoes scored all : first play, for ?en'Y.and. ran 20
with each admission charge for this event. The Lake points in the first half, and yards to set up the visitors' lone
In Georgia ? : his wife, The annual Homecoming parade leased' Wednesday City man night was under re allowed Perry a lone touchdownin score. Holt and Lollis moved it

.... ....."- .. ,. ..'n.. n. .. or not will be staged Friday afternoon $1,000 bond returnable Oct.. 30 In LaMee the third period. 'down to the. four, where Holt
Chil ,preceding ,the, rnandina game. County Judge's Court.County played through the game went 'over on a 'run around right
also be Individual ,classes business firmsorgantzationsr'atd t with a broken finger, and passedfor end. The'extra point ,run f iled.
the first Bradford score, a
other groupsare Statistics
11J1 24 yard heave to
from urged by the 'Junior CI.ass.to Zoning w Jimmy BUS Perry
s that every- enter floats in this parade.. 1 I I: First downs ,, 8 y
The first' Tornado ,
score was Yards
Meeting Called : gained rushing 140 158
set up by Williams' defensive!!l Yards gained
passing 24 p
Shrine CircusIn For November 3 measures in the first quarter. He:, Passes attempted 3 Ii

Jacksonville first: intercepted a Perry pass on)I(i i Passes completed 1 V u
i4al the Bradford 45 after the visitors
I I l Passes, intercepted by, 2 .b
October 3031A Clerk of the Court Chas A. had made the first down of the I t Fumbles lost 'o. ,0 1

Darby said yesterday, that he has game. I Avg. dist. punts 33.8 28J

i iI gala event, of wide appeal on notified members .of the County Bradford failed to gain. andCoroner's ,, Y ds. lost penalties 30 0

I the calendar of good times for this Zo Commission. to meet Mon

has and signed Me- area is the Shrine-Polack BTempt'ros. day, Nov 3, with the Hoard ot r:t. 4 taa Jury City ,Recreation.

of Circus which, 'Mprjtcco County Commissioners in order to 4 ?' rz Finds Prisoner'sDeath

a house Shrine will present at the new to implement the program. Natural Board To Meet

survey ol baseball park in Jacksonville.Thursday Members of the Zoning Com .

feasibili- and Friday. Oct. 30-31. mission 'were named some, time Talmadge Sellers, 21, Negro With Applicant

system I Afternoon and night perform- ago by the County Commission, prisoner who died Sept. 8,' in 'the

in the I >rps are scheduled for both days but no further steps had been maximum security 'building aRaiford t I The Starke Recreation Board

5250 and starting at 3:45'and 8:15. taken to get the group into de- -died. of natural causes, ,will ,hold a ,luncheon meeting in-
I I Rich in the cherished elemeptsof lion. Named to'aerve were: V. day at'tne.Garden Restaurant fpr
',Holt Johnson;, 13 year according to the Coroner's In
gOV-1 circus tradition this year'sedition R. Ferguson Dist. 1; .I;!:. 1* Mathews the purpose of interviewing an
of'Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. quest held Thursday, Oct./ Iii, m
of Vidalia became in or is especially strong in its [ Dist. 2; Freeman Register .. Starke.' .applicant .for the position o>(; recreation
i array of aerial acts, such as j Princess Jr., Dist 3; W. H. Maxwell Dist. director for the City or
at a special Boy Scout ., 1 4 and 'Z. HousecleanL The reports included one from
Tajana the Rose Gold Trio ; W. Hamilton, Dist. 5. *, Starke. Name of the applicant
Honor held last of i the state
Sunday meeting
doctors dn
; : the Sikorskas the Flying Palacios, The 1957 Legislature passed 'a prison the. was not,announced; but he will be
at 4 o'clock in the:Vidalia to ap gross autopsy and a lexicological
terian ,I the Ronnie Lewis'Trio and directed special ,,act empowering the.Coun-! One of, the first jobs tackled'her 1 by Robert Mclntirr. new Cbam- examination ,, accompanied here by Charles ft.
Church. The performed at' the
the ,famous Barbette, missioners ,to and McCarthy, manager of the Kecrea-
forsuch a'' by "regulate restrict" -: of Commerce executive director, when be arrived here last
attended 'by relativb of University of Florida. Evidence
,, Aerial lovelies and Swing HighGirls. the use of land for 'week' lion Department of the Florida
the junk !
from Starke, Drv and county was to'get the office spi"gag" <: and span. This photo is no of heart disease and respiratory I.
yards and automobile Development Commission, who has
Brownlee and son. Jimmy; application for bright and early last Friday morning Director Me- disease were noted and the record
''perform with camps and the ,location and use I been working closely with tile
Mrs. Jos, E. Wilson.' Smart Int.lre"J'aS out washing windows; with his office assistant, Mary showed that Sellers had 'been a
of buildings. It also the: local board in setting up its pro
in the of gave
Holt joined the Vidalia the ,survey clever people !!: offerings j board the power designate 'setback Crawford. The new fib-ester's next big job Is perfecting plant mental patient before admission to t gram..
333 in 1956 and is the and the the George Hanneford Family of for the Chamber's annual bane the state 'prison. He, had beentreated
the fed bareback riders with their horses, :. distances from rights of way has, been set for with The City of Starke, approved
Troop Leader; a member B salou. Elephants. and property lines for building and Thursday night Nov. 13, with location to be announced next $5,000 for the 'Recreation Board
ever-popular occasions.
30 per the Just previous to
Order of the Arrow
and ,
other structures. weeks, in its currentbudget, and it is
\ pipe. Jenniers Seals 'andanet's his death he had teen given tranquilizers
for Cub Pack ., is
335. He ., planned to use this fund U, salary
es Pet Revue; 'The law provides that the County but a smaller dose tftanon
grader, member of the
a. for the director. The 12,100 which
Council, and School 'Boy ,unable to Rounding.out the highly varied Commissioners shall sit ,as ,a Absentee BallotApplications Booster Club Fish FryThe some;other occasions. I'will be forthcoming as Worth and

at the Vidalia High program are the acrobatic accomplishments aoningVboatd and board of adjustment Because the new maximum security I j; South St rke'* share of the county

member of the football cf, the Wazzan Troupe but shall first appoint a Bradford Booster Club'sfish prison' is located in Bradford bed j appropriation for recreation wilt

is also active in other of eight Arab tumblers, the Six commission of five freeholder tit Close.October 30 fry will be held Saturday from County such.inquests will t ibe used for operating expenses,

i vities,' a member of, the Cycling Frielanis. the perch-pole izena who, shall recommend, appropriate 5:30: 'to 7:15: at the stadium preceding the responsibility of ]Uus countyin it was said.

Methodist Church and teams. Melitta Wicons and the regulations to be, enforced Supervisor of Registration Marian the Midget football game. the. future.' Very little will be spent on additional -

of the MY?. He is vice the five S5 Victorias, and the,anticsome' Original '' within the various :toning ,I* Crosby: _announces that applications between Starke and, Melrose. facilities during the 'first
of Teen Town Days Gutis plus ,a .new corps of district of the county. The com- : Tickets for the supper are 51 Singing ConventionThe year,, members of the board stated
for absentee ballots fort
,Holt betame e i1b1e'f Stores clowns headed, by. Gene :Randow mission =ball make a preliminary for adults and 50 cents for students since it to felt that Starke already
i tank:' bestowed upon him afternoon and augmented:, the Bizzarre report and hold public, hearings e General,Election. Nov. 4, will ," and will b* good for admission -' Bradford-Unlon singing hue many facilities which

after extensive'studs and Sirs wal- Brothers from Italy; thereon before submitting its final be, 'ec jved-at the clerk's office in to the game as. well as convention has been invited to ,are not: being used properly due

and after having' ,, Burn Tickets' generouslyprovided by report ,to the Commissioners. Tne Y the courthouse until 5 p.m. Thurs for the fish fry.Membership ,I: attend the homecoming at the to' the lack, of a supervised pro-

.pleted Eagle Scout r Padgett. individuals hi business and civic law prevents the County Commissioners day Oct 30. in,the Booster Clubis Baptist church in Lawtey Sunday gram. '..
During' his Scouting three top life will make,avvisitto- the circus from holding hearings as After application' Is made the $1 per person and A. N. Holiday Oct. 26. There win be a sermon, It wav'tUo announced that'' the

young Johnson has, :' J25 No. possible for throngs., ,of children a zoning board until 'the final,"re- applicant has until-5 'pm., Mon- president, has extended an invitation dinner., and singing hi the after County Recreation Board willmeet

Merit! Badws, each ;-and $10, who otherwise.would not be able port irom'uu zoning Concussioni : da,. Nov. 3, to return his absentee, to'citizens_ot the countyto noon. Everyone interested ingospe Thursday eight Oct. 23, at

(Continued on Pg, -- to'attend ", received: .. --, ballot joi. .. .. }..singing 1$ Invited 7:30'hi the:Lawtey city nau.YStl. j


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./AGE. TWA BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.' STABKE. FLORIDA: TirmsnAV_n _____ n_. n/Tnnpn_______ -M- 1Q.......e.

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planning to put in Pensacola Ba- KJi>GSUV!: LAKE Service 7:30( p,m. Prayer Meeting

*- editorial .., Former's' {:Jiary/ hia for his permanent pasture and MISSIONARY BAPTIST each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Every.
plant millet or higira for silage. .
n t Sunday SChOOl 9:45 a.m. Morning one welcvme.-Kev. H. H. .MoU
-- ..- -- We walked over his farm and: discussed TTrrshlp} 11 a.m. Evening pastor.
a biegal vey the different types of soils

: -r r./ a Heard.of another freak.accident t *'. $S1BTI, That showed up on his soil and
f Capability This
map. soils map
this week. It seems that a child*,
"Qet l''O W house -.I.order was the advice given' was put out- in the yard to play,. Soil Conservation shows soils and you'their the 'different locations -types. of PROTEct your DRIVER'S license".BUY

.Area VJJI'coupes' :]at a meeting here last 'week and when the mother heard a IoU farm. With on your
of"screaming, sjie) that a' N-E-W-S. this map we are able
a by r pretaiives of fy$ JFlonda DevelopmentjConvsson r to', '
Conservation Service plan the best soil and water BUY
chicken"had Son D
pecked at the Child'seye
:$ }o had cpriducted(r a survey of the ; : ccnservation program for your
and ioy' 'of '
the the
lost sight
By Bill HaasThe
areas assets, ) abilities. and potentialities. that "';However, when he grew j", farmLand::

lp .telling} our'counties; to "get their, house in i up, tjh(good eye became unusually District's grain drill is still produces best when used COST" LIABILITY I INSURANCENo ,
,tler''ai: .was pointed out that new industries willdefinitely' strong. tb make "up" for the fane being' used by folks planting win- in accordance with its capabilities.If -' 0

( r$V. oi' time into communities ,that are That was a good rain! we had lost. ter pasture and cover crops. The 'it is also treated according to

jpqorJy'j v ea, lack facilities, have. a weak, tax list weekend, for it fell slowly and Is. drill was used by J. B. Whitehead' its needs, the land will give its Membership Fees 6 Mo. Policies
:, structure and no >> for zoning and plan- soaked the ground good. However Old j ag$ is net creeping up on to plant oats and bahia, Lex greatest return with the least .
: ,
provisions Green,' who planted and oats possible loss and maintenance.
,.we checked with several berry Sam, it as galloping. He's gping! to rye
: R1I 'g: grOwers and they tell us'it was' have all his teeth out and is not for his cattle and Felix Sapp who There are many different kinds of

Z g yas particularly .stressed, ,because in- not enough to set berries yet. looking\ forward to it at all.. He is trying some, of the new; Gator conservation. practices that may
: ,os eF{ ant.\- K- "\8ure .of iheir, grpun.d" when They. are waiting until there is i talked hopefully to. a neighbor rye' for winter 'pasture. be used on the various types of DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY

\t ey t a : !JJ9vF", aria dot .came into an a.ea "water in the ditches. who has, just gone through it, and The DiStrict roto-cycle mower land. But no matter how much .
\ here qW } pu welcome 1 .or stbowners..'!-J)'.ctmtF9arsy 'got .tl is discouraging reply: "The was used by W. A. Edwards on protection you give your land, by 136 W. ,Call St. Phone: WO 4-4501
\ dentist told me to these his If 'have using conservation practices you
keep pastures. you
JVqm what we hear berry plantsare .
M1.h.M 1 .prop y Ipoth scarce and "high.. One'groper things in my mouth and I'm'g pasture* seeded to";White cloverit will not be saving your soil if you
stntr l of .tt!n, ..,. ?_. .that is placed ,onQem said he has been hunting ing to do it until I can't stand it wjll pay you to mow or graze use your land for something it is I

onll2'.lt.ufd' : ..!. that steps should. be taken plants alf over and so far has not any 1 nger." When 'questioned as the jgrass down so that, ,the clever not capable of doing.As AMMO AMMO -' AMMO.
,to _;1.nP.! enl ftb.: -:county's "'zoning board :which Jbeenable! to find any good 'ones. to wnat he would do then, he can ;get light to grow by. I was the verse of Psaigi 24 '
: .': 's"&iat; act of the 1957 Legis-i d said: ''Then I'm going to take the talking to Lloyd Green the other states: "The: earth Is the Lord's

Jaf e. l I.\fi\ al noat a' year and & half'has He is going to plant 90's if he things 'out. and' .stomp'. .. them!" day and he told me he had a fair and the fullness thereof;'and they HUNTERS ATTENTION!
tit psasi act'.became.r- Affective, little his ,c all lind( them but. he still pre- f carrfr over of White clover and .that dwell therein." We must safe- ..
; ; By the time read this the that, he to guard what has been entrusted to
; ieis'pte Missionary variety. "I you is going use straight
+heen dtrie. ib jnakl effective i the '
*- 4** -. "zoning, on ha.eto: raise the 90's to sell, butI Great Day will' -have arrived f ram superphosphate( on his clover us for a life time. We should safe- BUY YOUR AMMUNITION ,NOW !
,utitytiev; l. still say the Missionary tastes $ end Alice [if nothing bad pastires.( guard our fields from erosion, our
: lthoughsheactas! passed by the Legislature ,,better," he said. goes 'rong-as the saying goes). living water from drying up, our SHOT: GUN SHELLS
: arras 1'iderably'esker than the one originallyrequested I' .0. ,. On Thursday we are 'scheduled to Acomplete soil and water con- forests frcm desolation, and pro-
: itgr Jkhp' County ,"Commission, 'it"is .still Hog prices are off some, but move into our new home' ,and servation farm plan was preparedfor tect the pastures from:overgrazing 12 Ga., 16 Ga., 20 Ga., 410 Ga. All Sizes

ii etterthan:; nothinI a_j .does',give ,the 'county ,the price is still good, and as onehog .while it isn't ,the biggest or best iohn Tye whose farm is lo- by' the herds, that our descendants .22 RIFLE SHELLS. .

a thQrify-.lo Tesu a\ and Strict''the use of land raiser said: "The prices today. around, and makes no pretense' to cated east of Lawtey. John is may have'an. abundance for
are ,\better than they were a year be anythjlng fancy, Rethink .it, is At Your
Qr "J \krj"tQiQ; : hi1e: -.-.trailer J pgrl) S, ago this -time." the best'QIie ''in 'the world for us. bles 4ing.of t :. .
p..s.\\'elJ.As,> utlO\tv.) \ to.p> :T"" ; 'rfgh pJ ': friends to come see it. .and 'wemay'have .FAIR. IMPERIAL SERVICE STATION
rp) .. .i A"UJ.lP d,l o "''''' 1ijes| '( build-" Now the cow market is another lives 'and l ,we somehpw or other .
r 't ," ; can't 'th t. it', is an Open House as soon '
believe yet
q" fito>y. 'Talked to a stock raiser ours. OCT. 27
as we get settled. But don't wait IHQy. ht.
t: jback'jLr n iris 1 hale plight some day ,who sold'| 12. steers on the market But it looks now .that ,our dream: for that. Just drive' in and wealbe : Hwy. 301 North of Slarke, Fla.

;be Rio- of a.. to }le .county: ify at GainesvDle and got a little over has come, truer and 'we are very glad to' :see you and, .show\ you FUN For The JFamily! JAMES PEARSON, rasa
..av y iJin>>ral'elj\en ';J\fe spade pn Highway $2.000 tor{ them. He'pretended to thankful to the Lord for ,the our pla-:e. ,.. I

t MUp{' ,at arkg .!Q >w k1i ,.thou .already: in 'be saying{ups fc-Td-hive about the rio-saled price he them got, .. ..-, .' -..- ,
progress on 301) north. By proper use of set- at that price rather than give .... .. r. .. .; ,.. .. .
: .
u'n' ,.. _
; back regulations, the County could prevent future them away." But he winked as he I,0' ,
structures: Jr mlxeingipJ ced too close to thepresent..1 'Iaklit.'

: ;: 'f glut of Lrvayn; .j position there .e.. Fun to I If I J
do for I i h
they )wml.have; to be ,literally "bought" by the '.we've' been hearing a lot of Easy you An "<, ': rt

I :'Bounty LwheiLthe time comes to widen SOI 'south. "resin ootatoes'lately and we'd .; : '.

: Half,a.loaf:is -better than 'none land, although like ,to .try them sometime. It -, !
: o boiling point, put the potatoes in
{\ :be desired, 3hV limited advantages that it doesprovide '
"jackets. onl
twiUf.theTr ; t4iey\
: 'should, certainly' be, .utilized to the. fullest to (the. ,bottom at first; but whenthey.me }

extent, : to the surface you\ know ndoor Pcnd'CQ
0a they'aie done. Folks say that ,are ,
mighty'good ea\ilig.: And that

: :!t'u"i R yl To R.,a Jlr sweet.'taders that way are good also. whencooked' ,

: Seldom ,has an idea caught on with such im- .

: rnediate.'1: gpot1 e'aaTej forthcoming} reunion of How about all that good fire- '

: f #P.r.d High, School. ,1 1 alumni i 1. t;the :Homec9mgame along wood that has been burned, up with the Extra-Convenience of ECing Size I! !

agfg9; \ all) ,90 'November 7. the{ 301 highway lately ,.
seems its that lot of it wentto
a .. .
$ ) School PTA the first jto e[ Y a. Mi.OrR
: 'p'w\8Qt ,ibythe.fltgh\ ) ,waste, but it was there for ,
announcement of this event. brought letters from anjjonei to"haul'it off if he wanted .
....... .
loyalalumni: as ,far distant,as .Toledo, Oh\o. Bits. .it. vjNOTICE i 1'

Charles. Darby PTA 'president; says 'fche]\ eye.rit _. TO. ,DEFEND. : : ;

Js|{ \casing on "Jfye\ ., wfldOre"" and it I locks, now ,I* Clrrktt: Tfcurt/ Bradford., ..C nntr-
asj'fioUi. _achxiol-cafelerUkwiU. : f. ave: to be, used ., Florida'" : *1m' Chanrrrjr. Caw ,No, rt"t61 .
jv- "** .
tft tase care.of. the..crowd. Truby! C. lade:>plaiBtiff.: vs. Jua-
nelle\ Slide Defendant.: ..
The' particularly '
year 195& is appropriate for NOTICE itTO APPEARTO a.
this first:reunion, since! it narks The 59th) Anniversary :' iuanelle. :Slade.' : whose residence : : .
of the high i flull'.iSJ-gratfe'' end _ddre* tar CIO J. W. 1
school u. jnstitu'ton. Pope. Route'' 2. Douglas, GeorgiaYou
| Prior, Jo hat. courses'.ere' offeredthrough are hereby.notified that a suit a
for divorce of minor
[ the tenth;gra e onjjv.w ,th,abuse\ desiring chndren has been filrd against you 7n nsj. o1yr

worK jn grades 11,aw 12. aving to attend some in'and,the yare above name required Court to and serve cause a.Fop' :" 4

private institution. Significantly then, this i is of your answer or pleading to V
the complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney -
Bradford High School's 'lG6Iden. nniversajy'.. A..J.:Thomas, Jr. 203-5 Tern- '. P.1 ;k' ?; SNACK TRAY. A picnic standby-second only to
a : pie Avenue, Starke, Florida and file i 'YF .
as npte12graqe l Coca-Cola
schpol.Ttjs the original the office of the l' Coke actually freshens up your taste between
?a'far, cry"frqim. ;thatr graduating: class.. f Qlerk, Of the Circuit Court on or :t Si'I bites, makes every mouthful more delicious.
190 before the 11 day nf November 158: 1 4, No wonder Coke is a favorite with food.
.wiuh So treat
iajd two.jnembers
; a grand ot I.of; ; I' :otherwise the allegations of said i ,
"t, o t j 1 h.e,present: Senior classes in, .recent years, Complaint will be taken ,aa confessed .' ; r Ny .. guests to the real refreshment-Coca-Cola. They'll
'you. 'appreciate
py ; good taste in
1 your serving Coca-Cola,
which have ranged from.80 to 100. Nothing can This notice shall be published once t ice-cold!
illustrate ,each week for tour consecutive, weeks
Ynore dramatically the growth.of Starke In the Bradford County Telegraph.: I "
and surrounding area than }iijie'co tr st in, numtbers Dated this.15 day of" October!.1951.OFFICrAL \ -,,.

: of,'Jjje: ,CJjis's of19fO$'.andiheclatss .. ( : CHARLES SEAL A..DARBY, >,
Clerk; of the .Circalt Court, J.MJ F
9S8o. fi :
s{ Py- 'Marian .L., Crosby Deputy, ft I
ye.oopj gr atulate the.;High School PTA on itsunwnsorship Clerk., J
10-16 ,4t U-
f-iliis. event and hope .that .it 'develops -5

into an.annual affair.- 1 i 'tai. 's.J i [ 1
f '

An /-/.wnded. :Seec/? MON'EY I L ''

t k.5: ..
1 a (
t f4.9.
.' In 'his l test'.-1> tween rounds o golf',>s j e/h, t: .- I .. '.4 .- Ai

Pre ide t \senlToYrer: has rane.th e:. tepiurthfirin : '. t tI tflUD t J s v. 45 ... : X Lsii S ff' i

scattering t the',image his i ,party sQpght.to$ bujl .. ; ." ,,'n Faa .
of gira as, a .man, Jbpve jx>i.reptvach |itics and a man above. r f \ .a' ;?::..:' :':,.' v'a t TUNA SALAD ROLU. Add diced.celery,t4-Srff onion :'and .
I a i ,,...:, xt; capers to drained, flaked tuna. Moisten%% salad I ''f

A severe crack ppeafe i in the image when the :i EVER l a dressing. Heap into split and buttered rolls. Let .
I defended guests help themselves to Coke, served in an ices!
atjeadfastly'cpndoned the
tMclfnt and
I .filled plastic bucket (available at grocer's .
indiscr ions Kpi )iis assistant, She nan -Adam's, f GLAZED HAM AND YAMS.Spread canned ham with orange mar People do help themselves to the your world-favorite)
"on ground\ +o.ffritndshlpAnd "need" r thetr\ tJt an 1 1 t i .Jc? a in"malade same, stud with cloves, bake until glazed. Put canned yams Coke, over 58 million times a day.

,being gor;erred ,b y the,.ltUral) issues in the case I WORTH'by i s ham you'll pan certainly, baste with want drip ice-cold ings.Wit Coca-Cola.a "thirsty"Coke dish has like the

Now the President. has, : .widened/ } ,the ,crack'stooping ... \5; K tingling sparkle that livens' )rour,taste-makes the next bite of -.
to 'd magoguery 'urging: :t&e election food more delicious!

'of Republican congressmen because ,"the"iDem E n t 4w
i 1
"cratsean offer only,deadlockedgovernment., tWHllrE

ioyernn 4117,ent ,that wac onijtaelf." j

The;,mos ,. b tiiabIe' thing to believe, perhaps, i< ......."o..L4L ......,..<"..:_....., ,. .'",-" 1,rxx t .,
"isj thalWe President. ranin from the golf, course NEEfl
juat long enough to ,grab: the speech frog' 'hi s'

.",h08 writers and dashed off't?,dejrverit ,inlC li- )&:
Tornia without a second glajiqe, .,,'Cth ez .ise, how-r' Here summer fun all year 'round. a picnic right in your\ own home! Use paper plates -
"(%n we punt for ,jsuch intemperate'statements ,.and napkins paper, cups too !and serve'up .delicious, .picnic.foods< ? like the recipes ,

a as:. 'ti ith: r we-: ,choosetcrvingyovernment) ( or 1 : ", \ven'here., To shop for the.makings, just check your grocer's. :Ypuil find.everything you
feasible t forward-looking: government) spend LOANS .'need right in his store. T en.to complete the picnic, serve : .
: {American: cheese '
( be
thrift EQvernment.flr .responsible 1. government; it gives you more. of the Teal refreshment. Yes; the big, handy size adds such fun to the tween two slices of canned; luncheon meat.. Slice into .'

overpowering federal 1 goverjuneqt\ ,,pr,gpverhmenlkept61be : np'ro ; meal.,To satisfy king-size|thirsts anytime buy'cartons. of Coca-Cola in big Kin Size.YOU'LL i' sticks, fasten WIth picks. This easy "finger food" ,
t6 ;home; ''frustr: tid, .stmied, gel" ern- tastes so good with' sparkling'Co aCoI'aIn fact the "'
meet '()f. .effic i prit government,cableto-; ;'peep its 1l i : cold crisp' taste of Coke brings out the flavor.of '
!. almost; any dish you serve. ..
.ljargpiise; j' Luer'ca.
1 $600 .
lh'etiidentxould.bemore'+ What: r government wev would: like to ask the : .. FIND ALL. THE FIXINGS- AT YOUR GROCERS, !. ',, '.;
\ "overpowering" than .. :
his, ifse Federal troops to' enforce int gratwn .

in the 'schoolsl'of\ ,Little- I\qc1c\ t ,. Arkansas?* 'W Tewould ,"ioJk: Find 'Us Friendly 'j,

also like \fa ask wherB\uchof, \ iEebestofjirosgrarn [ r .-,

iii 1s, 4nr.ccen'years', : ; would dace"tie n t_(LOCALFJulci: 'Remember- :
.. .-
.e ceptJnr }enloeratis.n Cpngress who supported .
..shim more ft iiW\iKagressiv issues than did I
treactionaryjneinbera: of ids own party.: :COKE and Good Taste '
.J.. -- ''::':''::: : r' 11.,1 -.:.. __ '. II ... t' ..-- ,
114 N. Walnut St .
"'THr. '" I LMtO.o.. ,EouN'w. +'Tn GRAIIH: l.i' ,,
,1' ;'
ti -ESI'. .. ((3 Doors from f'1.
Post .Office) !
14 r go } r i.
,... *UOIMT: ,\(..'UTi .-}(' Irs.aJ: ller.iteBaD.'Mg .(. .

n'calt ra IU 1 OsrfNOtatc x .
Phones. : Nt 1-0101 2 lIQL .

.-;:'_..__...........".".'."..y LI, 1. ...--r..P.. ..... ..er.1:tNt..8AIII: IUITIIBA.11"t.trA -aaa iVO 1i.1tUf= .. .4 A REGULAR. tufts SIGN OF GOOD TASTE ...> -..[{, .
.. N '
a t r. Om M at Starke, Fla. ..derTefrkit.1t.- :$. "
Iottfed under author i on1. olaCom')omfty THE;STABKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY '



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n-rnnvv 23, ID58 tsninvnrn .rnTTVIT 'TELEfiRAPn. STAKKE.. FWIKIDA

;;y .yyyyyyyyy yyyyyyy" ited school If so, please contact in Macclenny Thursday night ,.is Friday night. '!NOTICE., TO DEFENDC dente and Address ta: Unkown I Alan C. Winter '!t. 11\ Florida TlOeButtttng each week for four consecutive week

the School principal. Charles O. were, Rev. and Mrs..iL F. Higdon i. Mr. and Mrs. .Benney Thomas ta FUtldat C\n' ").)aDter7.B .U. .' cney, 'Yoif'are"hereby notified that.', salt ,- Jarksonvftte !. F2a. and tile I}n Ute Bradford County Telegraph

M1XVILLE Waumight'or !am.' C. B. Nolan. and lowly, Mrs. Irene Bell and I Jr. of Gainesville were Sunday Case No. 12-557 tor divorce and r*"trratlnn of, maiden II the original In the office ot the Clerk Dated this 1 day of October, 193: $.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish? and daughter, Marie, Winf ord Wilkin guests of Mr. and Mrs. Benny Mattie McCullough -Wood Plaia- name" has been filed against you in of..Ule Circuit Court on or before the (SEAL)
: ... .tiff. vs. William D. Wood Defend-, the above named Court and cam and I 3 day of November, 1958; otherwisethe CHARLES A. DARBY
.By.Mrs. C. B. Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffis droveto son. Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson Jr., R. Thomas Sr. a nt. you are required to serve a copy of I i allegations of said Complaint will I Cleric of the Cfrctttt Court
Jacksonville Saturday night for ,V. and Howard Durrance. NOTICE TO APPEAR year answer or-pleading'to the com-1 ta t&V&vi cue wntf-ssed \>y you. > By ilarian 1..
Crrsbv. ClerkDON'T
Mr% and &!rs. WoodrOw T&onxas.and 'hvm1am D. Wood,. whose resi plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney i This Deputy
.. < notice tiva.U
....... I f. be published once rnr ,
&&&&&& ,& .delicious at toe Green I Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Harris Ct tft.ft
are son, Ronnie: visited. the Paul -- -- -- --
llrertrat'Being: Held Turtle Restaurant; :now living in the Griffis' apartments 'Faukner',.famtZy ta I6tee .Son-
jC/vic Club Halloween Carnival where their son, Ray and f .
.Revival services are being held f day af moon.- MISS THE csPRIES
tthe, Marville. Baptist Church The Halloween Carnival being his wife formerly lived. Mrs. Guy Finholster and family
,allS ot this week with the church planned by the Maxville Civic I The Baldwin Halloween Cami- and grandson of Jacksonville SyIOW S l OPEN/N6 I IBradford

pastor.- Rev. W. O. Mathis, of Club, should be a very enjoyable .I val will be held in the Baldwin visited Mrs. Rode Pinholster Sat- EIGHTH ANNUAL fdRE1taFKS' '
Jacksonville conducting it. Ser a affair It will.start at 5 p. m. Gym on Friday night, Oct. 31, urday. 4XHIBITS

vices will be held each night at Thursday Oct. 30 and last until beginning promptly at 6 p. m.and '
Mr. and Mrs. W/E. Bigham Jr.
everything is soldout. ,Beside the lasting until eleven p. m. Everyoneis .
730: p. m. S. E. Godwin is in and children visited the Lloyd
food booths and King 'and Queen urged to come and help the
charge of the song service. The
Wood family and Mr. and Mrs.
school : ,
public is invited to attend. Contest, a string band is also go- out.Revival I
Les Hardee Sr. in Jacksonville 1. t7
.Mrs. Joe Lucas and Mrs. Avery ing to play.. All in the communityare services are also being I f
Sunday and little Billy' Bigham
Slade had to carry Mrs. Slade's urged to. attend and we invite conducted this week through Saturday
remained with the Woods family

a little Jacksonville daughter,doctor Mary on Claudine Monday.to.. 'communities everyone from to come the and surrounding be with I I Church night in ;Baldwin at the First Rev. Baptist Benny for a weeks. visit. OPENING MONDAY OCTOBER 27 THROUGH NOVEMBER 1 1it

We do hope that she is much improved us and help us to make this a big Moore pastor of .the Dinsmore Mr. and Mrs.1 Ralph Nettles are ,
Baptist Church will the proud parents of twin boys
success Money cleared will be be the evangelist
)Friends by of now.Mrs. Doss' Higgin- used to start the new civic club' with Denver Johnson of born Sunday morning in' the Free Admission To Fair Ground All Day Monday *
Whitehouse Bradford County HospitaL Mother
botham will be:interested to learn building.A leading the singing.
that she was able to be at home large crowd of a hundred fiftyor Little Miss Rhonda Parrish, ,,and sons are doing fine. .

this week from Monday until Sat- more enjoyed services at the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. J Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Brown spent

urday. Hope it won't be long now Maxville Baptist Church on Sun- Parrish celebrated her first birth ten days recently with her nephew SPECIAL SCHOOL DAYS

until she. is well again. day evening, when the JohnnyMasters day last Friday Oct. 17. Tom Hewitt in Valosta Ga. i

family, singers were thereto M-Sgt. and Mrs. H. R. Kilgoreand Mrs. H. O. Brown visited her
Friends of Mrs. C. B. Nolan will render some beautiful gospel family left Tuesday Oct. 21, sister Mrs. Virgie Hale in Worth ,.., REDUCED RATES FOR SCHOOL _
regret to learn that she was called t
songs. for their new home at the Duluth,, ington Springs a few days last
to Palatka Friday morning to the CHILDREN12 NOON TO 6 P.M. l s
We Minn. Air. Force base week.
bedside ,of her uncle; Harry R. are very glad that Mrs where Mr., ,

Carmen who passed away, Friday Mary Wellhausen was able to return Kilgore is stationed. We do wish i| York Colson and wife of PensaI1 r WEDNESDAY (White
afternoon. Funeral services were home from the Bradford, this family the best of luck in cola were Friday guests of Mr. W:21 )

held in Palatka Sunday after County hospital in Starke ,last their new home. and Mrs. G. B. Colson. i
noon. Wednesday and to know that she The Maxville Home Demon Elaine Crosby of Starke was THURSDAY (Colored) ,

'Last Thursday and is getting. along, nicely. stration Club held their final 11 Thursday and Friday night guest .
Friday were Homecoming ,Day services and I meeting last Tuesday, Oct. 14 a t tlof Juanita Stalnaker and attended -

SchooL"Evaluation It .was Days.learned at the that Baldwin the dinner on the grounds will be en the Maxville Civic Club. The demonstration the Gator Growl with the W., Lots of Rides! Novelties! Thrills Fun For The Entire Family!

needs joyed at the First Baptist Churc! was planning three C. Stalnaker family.
school approximately 1300
more books for the library to be in Baldwin on Sunday Oct. 28 meals a day and was given by the Mr. and Mrs. W, C. Stalnaker
The public isvited to attend. assistant Home DemonstrationClub and children' visited the George
come an accredited school. Is i it *
possible that some of you have a Miss Jo Ann Parrish of Jacksonville Agent, Mrs. Nan Cochraniof Thompkinson family of Lake City EXHIBITING *

few books that you 'would care spent the weekend herewith Jacksonville. A new club is be Sunday afternoon.
her folks Mr and ing organized this week at Bald- Mrs. Lulu Mott and friend of
to.donate to make this an accred- Mrs. D. J. POULTRY SWINE : CATTLE
Parrish and family. win and the Manville Club has Starke visited Mrs. R. Ii'. Gano x

been asked to join in with themin Sunday and Mrs. J. W. Brown of:
Come To The Paul Garrett U. S. Navy, re '
FAIR! turned home Sunday to be with order that 'the agriculture ex Hawthorne and Mrs. Becon ando ( 1 ; SCHOOL PROJECTS HOME CRAFTS

his family after a nine months tension service can reach fat Mrs. J. V. Martin of. Jacksonville!:
OCT. 27 NOV. let more homes. .
tour of duty on the Mediterran- visited her Saturday.
can Sea. Baldwin lost another football Mr.. and Mrs. M. D, Harrel and GRAIN CANNING, ETC.

FUN For: The_.Family!' Among those attending the game last Thursday'night to Macclemu' daughter, Sharon visited Mr. and
with a score of 36 to. 6. Mrs. Eddie of Waldo Saturday.
Baldwin-Macclenny football gain Next Saturday night Oct.
25 they Mr. and Mrs. Vasco'Hazen of F
will go to St.; Augustine to play Starke and son,- Jimmy, who Is ,

. St. Joseph's Academy. The leaders home on leave,. visited Mr. and Contact Miss

A.. "' .2 _-j'I'- ''&''lllUauv.or ........... and the school band have been Mrs. J. H. Sowells Monday after- Contact G. T. Huggins l Dorothy Ross
giving wonderful
performances. noon., ... or"I rs. L. H. Gibson for
You never had It o We are very proud of them. S. Lester and daughter of .Paul. Hutchins for Livestock .. 0 t ,

Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and North: Carolina visited the Edd .S. School or Homecraft Exhibit

family motored to Starke Saturday Polka family and C. 'J. Tetstone and Poultry Exhibit Space. ,

powerfulChoose for a while. family .recently; r ritIlEs S.. !
The Manville Baptist Church Mrs. Mary Green has returned

played host to the Black Creek home after visiting her son in '-

Association on Thursday Oct. 16 Silver Springs, Md. for several : , and everyone really enjoyed the 'weeks.A "ft

! covered dish dinner on the church slumber party was given by Support Your Fair ... Let's Build A Bigger and Better Bradford County ,

grounds at noon. Linda Green celebrating her 16th '. !.'. '.
Mrs. Earl Cannon. Mrs. Ed Wilkinson f'1.''*
birthday Oct. 10. The party was I ,
r and Mr. and Mrs. N. L. held in her home at Broofcer. ,- SPONSORED BY JONES-LANGFORD-WIIITE .. :- .
Cannon were visitors in Jackson- .. ,
Those attending were: Martha
I 3' ville Monday. Weldon( Brenda Lewis and SoniaHunter' i ""'; '

$ig x'. Dickie Harris, Johnny Nolan, G. of Starke: Barbara Jean AMERICAN LEGION POST 56 .

f 11,8 ;: W. Brown and Marvey McPherson Green, Mary Jane Bigham,-Virgin S .
enjoyed the drive-in movie at
:. Baldwin ia Parrish. Jean Endicott, Mary
f.. Monday night. Green and Judy Kelley of Brook;
Mrs. Leslie Sweat
ir and daughters -
and Mrs. Junior Goolsby of er.Delicious
4/4\ were at
.- _____ Baldwin visited with friends andrelatives"ln"Iswtey the. disposal: of the teenagers :J4 .,
Sunday. throughout the night "'*and"'of

Anyone ,tn. Maxville who does coarse they roughed it by sleepingon
not subscribe to the paper can mattresses spread
.on the living
purchase a copy at Bud Harris' room floor. .
a a eohhP 1
& store on Friday afternoons.
Chaperones were the honoree'ssister
Shirley1' Green and cousin

,the very best gasolenefor V YYTVVYYYYVyyyyyyyyyfV.t Annette Green. ,

your car BROOKER .
THE BIGHT rOINT tor .tile

way you write. Come In and ce-

100 PLUS for the) ultimate' In luxury ptrformanct.. By Barbara Sue Dam | leThe your favorite ESTERBEOOB' .

.....& ..&.&&&i&&&&&.& F'\untaln Pen. TTOX2RAPH> : ,
Over 100 octant plus every worlhwilt protective ..

feature. Halloween carnival. will be '
t Saturday night at the school. I. SUPER S-D a super premium at ordinary premium Supper serving time 5:30.: Ticketsare Florida Li, Chancery. .
Perry Brown. Plaintiff, .te:' Lottie
price., Perfect for today's high compression auto. now being sold on the prizesto Hutchlngg Brown, defendant.

be given away. Folks come on Case No. 12-611 .,
mobiles. .
r ,ti fk9
out and help APPEAR "r ?a1C 'Car 'J 's'0yy'n1
your fulfill
'. To: Lottie. Hutchings Brown aka | v/NaraSu'Mp6
MllfMASTER-premium performance, regular price. its needs. Lottie Hutchings Brown Gray,' '.
There is 1433 E. 88th Street Cleveland 6, r y Y YiiGrIYiYWYYiIIIW FORD
Stepped up octane, power, and mileage! a revival now in pro Ogress hio. w. 4
at Dedan Baptist church Ten are notified that a rait for
everyone is' invited. divorce baa been filed against you

SILCOX CITIES SERVICE Mr; and Mrs. 'Blankenship of in the you above are .required named Court to serve and a causeand cop/ fI '

Gainesville visited the Roy Green of your answer or pleading to the: I
complaint on Plaintiff's
family Attorney : TRUCKS
night. Martin J. Pearl 102 Law ExchangePuildlns. '
705 Temple Avenue Starke, Fla. Mrs. Alphia Parrish and Mrs.Rosie Jacksonville 2, Florida and :
Smith of file the original in the office of the ,
Auburndale visited Clerk of the Citcclt Court on or before a
Mrs. Joyce Castlen and family] the 10 day of November, 1958:
and Mrs. C. L. Atkinson 'over the otherwise the allegations of said IIiII
W Complaint will be taken as confessedby 5'9'
Sa/lil FLORIDA I COUNTIES weekend.Mrs. you. -
Joyce Castlen and sons attended This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks HEW FORD STYUSIDEI Note t
a birthday dinner given in !in the Bradford County Telegraph &, handsome sew hood and grille, .
honor of Mrs. Fronia Clemmons Dated this 8 day of October, t!58. dronger wraparound, hamper .riA
QkeechobeeJ in Starke Sunday.Mr. ,'
and Mrs. Sonny Dukes of> Clerk of the Circuit Court 'i
COUNTYl Lake Butler and children were By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk It f ti l.i They're new-Ford trucks for '59!
I. 1019 4t 10.38
.. 41 f
Seat weekend guests! of Mr. and Mrs.' / They're here to take Forward for
County Ernest Russ. NOTICE I
Sealed bids Invited on followi Ford's
I OkeechobeeIJ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones and property situate" in Starke, Re

son of Gainesville, and Mr. and section. a wheel-drive pickups are brand-acra
The West half.of Lots 1 and S of "
Mrs. J. W. Dukes of Lake Butler, Block 23. and the West half of additions to the Ford line.Ford's .
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones Lots 1 and 2 of Block 24 of Livingston -
children of and Trnby and Compare lu alt'Y .. rugged Short Stroke Six now
Starke all visited the
Subdivision of the Northeast gives you even better
Ernest Russ family Sunday.Mr. quarter (NEV) of Northeast .>. gdc",.' '' gas economy.
quarter (NEU). Section 28, Township .M1 f t.( jVtM:{" rfff. .. < And e\-e.ry.59 Ford stands the
73 and Mrs. Melvin Spoonerand C South, Range 22 East. 7.'w.t. ':?' '>'!iu.(. ::yes:. ,., industrhsoutstandingrccordtordura-
children of together with MEW ANCHEtOI New .. "i)+ ,
QMI Pahookee were the household goods : '#7 yw' ,< r w. -
weekend guests of Mrs. H. P. situate in house; from kwg* wkeoiboM to greater c. ; ,;?;,, (bflity. An independent study of 10
r'" r Bids to be opened at office of A.
loodipocelNEW million trucks for the. 13th
r Gainey and Everette Gainey fam J. Thomas Jr.. Attorney 9: A..M. proves
fly Tuesday. October 21. 1158. Reserve straight year, that Ford trucks last
right to reject all ,bids. ..A.blUaltwill longer. See your Ford Dealer today
Miss Liza
Dukes of Dukes Sta not be befurnished. .- r
tion visited Mr. and Mrs E. B. Lula F. Hutto. 'AdministratrixEstate tit and go Ford-ward for modern
Named for the largest fresh! water lake in the United Crosby and Mrs. H. P. Gainey last of Joe'Rouse deceased t >, style and savings!

States which borders it on the! south, Oleechobee County week. -. 10-9 2t 18-li. TANDEM Mist

1 is a natural attraction for sport' fishermen and hunters. Guests! of the, Edd Polka Sun la CtreaK NOnCE TO DEFEND toted up to 75,000-lb. CCW.

Commercial fishing is i principal source of income, along day were Mr. and Mrs. Dewey flertda la Gail Chancery.Pernice Bradferd. Cetatr..

with beef cattle and agricultural products.,Historic Fort Fowler and children of Starke, McMillan Andrews Plaintiff

Bassinger built'' for ''protection against hostile Indian Mr. and Mrs. Marvin E. Stokesof. ,, vs. Charlie L. Andrews, Defendant .-

tribes in the state, still stands beside the Ktssimmee River Edgar. Mrs. Wade Thomas of To: Bernice McMillan AndrewsResidence gsoe i

that borders Okeechobee County'' on the west. Okee High Springs and Mrs. C.- J. Tel -. You are"Unkown.notified that' a Petition

chobee; the county seat.is located l on the "Big Lake. stone and children. for Modification of Final Decreeof
Mrs. Groover.Thomas returned Divorce has been filed in the
''In Okeechobee and above entitled cause and that you
progressive County throughout hcme Sunday after a weeks visit are hereby required to file your objections
Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation works in Bell and she says she had a with the Clerk of this

constantly to, assure 'the sale of beer and ale under wonderful time with all the folks Court upon the and defendant to serve a or copy defendant'sattorney thereof

pleasant, orderly conditions. Believing that strict law there. whose name and address NEW 4-WHEEl DKtVEl Built by NEW CAB MnUOtSt T enforcement serves the best interest of the people of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thomas is: S FORDTRUC"'S' COST LESS .Ford-of low Ford prices I There's Ihinlyoa'nieopeulnpacorlDllp,
Gooding and Ball 1005 Independent power e> ell wkeeli to lone, the comfortabl.ot it coraed.th, !rev
Florida, the Foundation stresses close, cooperation with visited with Mrs. Groover ThomasSunday. Life building, Jacksonville. if SS 70 ONTN..LCSS TO RUM...LAST CONGER, 7001Cone .lovglttil -roadpoinptotef grades .Xlon-rtinforMd fabric* .Hurt loot
the| Armed Forces, law enforcement and governing ''offi Florida not later thaa. November. of over 60JL And,sew 4-wkel-dnv. smarter,wear longer.addition,Hie
cials in Hs continuing' "self-regulation". progr m. Bobby' Thomas of Palatka visa $. UJ8It yon fail to do the modification itodI'lIi.? .'Ot",,ode,.Short Strole colorful MV Cuitom, Cob (ewlalrll
so. (
ed his parents the Bob Thomasesover requested wW be granted.. .f- tn M .b-. I. __ ............ power.Sis or V-J. Aiailabla m !half.edro wd>fedem fro-laae 'tri"e
the'weekend; Witness my hand and the seal I of IM end Fi-Ioa .adele-earl y 1959. end foe* rubber won.
BEER FLORIDA'SLIGHT p s4r said Court at Starke.; Bradford
limited Staid
J Bracers' Mrs. Bishop Thomas and children County this 1 day of October. A. .D.
BRIGHT i Ierrrdtiori. attended the birthday dinner 1958. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
BEVERAGE JU ft. Slrart given in honor of Mead Lewisand Charles A, Darby Clerk of the CIrcuit .-
OF MODERATION lrOgN aria., firth 1 Mrs! Paul Faukmer at the Court ,' '
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home of Mr and Mrs. E. C, Lew U4. Jt M-2J STARKE, FLA.

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UP. ALLIGATOR 1 the angler, can reach them. We Sacher AwardedVeteran t
nave seen quite a few ducks com
-J : c l ing in and I 'nave always been StatusIn
I Baby e w CREEKWhen
1 told that is a harbinger of early
winter. So I am off to lay in a
supply of pine knots while the
f I
MusiciansTo e 1 'i Sacher of Park of the
missus chops some fat splinters.Sfie .
{ :i Palms was awarded a Gideons
; o has been
: having so much
,. xat Veteran Membership Card at 'the
f ; 1 house 'work she time
fiUdya hardly as
Mooty Appear October meeting of the -
____ organization
4.W' .... -... IJ r PI' _,_,_ .w -... _r_ I to chop 'any wood so it is the tit the home of Dr. H. tJ.Bolh'nger. .

1 1e1 !least i can do. This honor is received

Jaycees PlanSaturday First Baptist. .At Woman's Section 9.06 Fla. Wild Life by members" who have reached the

!1: Dance Circle Meetings When"the fish'are biting slowit 'Code. No goldfish or carp shall age of 65 years, and have been
I k SF. is time to take 'stock of the be transported into the State of active members for 20 consecutive

The Starke Jaycees will spon- I The Ida Darby Circle of First dubMembers I various baits 'you have' in .your Florida for bait purposes or used years.

1 faorllIH 1lowe'en dance at the USO Baptist WMU met Tuesday afternoon 'tackle box which you have been "for bait for the purpose of taking I. :Mr. Sacher was formerly executive

this Saturday night, starting at l at the home of Mrs. H. U { .reluctant to .use. I think we put .fresh water fish"in any waters in secretary of the Gideons

9:30.. Music will be provided ''byI i Brownlee with 15 members and 4 + 'I |too much'dependency in some particular the state of Florida." I. International of Chicago. The

I the ?Tommy Carroll and LarryiHartsfield two visitors present. .Mrs. J. A. bait that we have had good We have always understood award was presented !by Dr. Bol-

orchestra of JaCkson- Griffin, program'chairman, Introduced luck 'with and when 'the fish fail that this was to prevent the lakes .linger, president of the local camp.
ivOle. Johnny Kopelousos, Jay- Mrs. 'James fCail, missionary to bite it, we just say they aren't -
'of the Jacksonville
'cee president, 'st .tes that a hula to Africa, who gave 'an interesting Baby String Orchestra ers Convention and have.' rform* type in Florida. and ,possibly the 'biting that day and miss a good and streams from becoming breeding WANTED Clean Cotton Bags
i hoop contest be held shown ed "at the Florida Theater, Friday whole country. The group had its catch as 'a result. grounds for these fellows who No Pants No Shirts, Must 60
may during on mission work there. hove will, !toe presented by the Musicale I
'intermission. Refreshments were 'served 'at the 'Starke Woman's Club and Woman's Club in origin four years ago and'still has This was proven to ,me more would soon outforage the game Clean. Bradford County Tele-
close of the on Saturday Jacksonville and 'other engagements one of its charter members, ageS than once. One day recently fish and starve '''him out. I I ',J'I'aPh.fl .
meeting by Mrs. evening, Oct 25, at 8 o'clock ,
Brownlee. throughout the state. 'I ,''';ho' s the'"senior' m 'age.. three of us fishing from the same -
;Birthday,Parties in the club/! house. Conductor of 'the Orchestra is Tickets may be obtained from boat were casting the eel bait )\Ien' Clothing

;For Young Honorees (The Brownlee-Circle This outstanding group of musicians Miss Anita Courtmanch former any member of the Woman's Club cne black, one white, and one red. fl ALVAREZ STORE ,
( met Tues- the youngest member is two resident of Starke : EstablIShed 1894 t III
ana her The bass
Leila's were 'absolutely not re-
Ruby Johns
at Koch's
day afternoon at the home of'the 'ftld. have been in or ,
years featured mother Mrs: 'J.
Donna Tilley celebrated her sixth sponding to this treatment ana
leader, Mrs. Garl .
Matthews.After two magazines. Besides appearing is accompanist. Starke Laundry Library, \Valrath's -
birthday'annIVersary Tuesday the devotional by Mrs: H. Li: on TY, they played at Tampa Miss in Keystone Heights, 'and' we were, as the saying goes,
Courtmanch '
'afternoon with a party for neighborhood tates that I throwing our arm away.
Hough, tfie program on "Hands for the'Florida" State Music Teach- this IHEYKIDSI YahdieGOUPON.HiisCduponani$1.00
friends. and Remembrance" was presented t only "orchestra of its... ?t the'door.,-- We rounded a bend and fell in Save This

by Mrs. M. F. Hazen, assisted by New OfficersOf behind 'this fellow with a fly rod.
Mrs. J. R. Wainwright entertained Mrs. E. W. Hayes, Mrs: L. iD. Notice I CountyTeachers He was using a bass bug, similar
at .a '''Birthday party this Haines Woodman Circle to bream bugs but larger. He
Mrs. F. J. Shaw, and Mrs. Members Show:Interest ;
afternoon Thursday,"lor her son, II. 'H. Lan 'Refreshments *>f the Methodist WS ? .t ,';, would 'throw it in holes in the
!David, who was celebrating: His ; were CS are selling Benson's home InC l 'of C and it
ProgramAs patches 'pop a timeor
''fourth served to the 14 members and "New 'officers for the Woodman baked'style ,fruit cakes Available Will Purchase 10 Tickets Good On All ,Rides Monday .
anniversary. I two ana it would disappear.
visitor '
one Circle as'follows '
The 25 little guests enjoyed present. are : 'Nov. 1, three pounds for |&: the students! of Bradford: As-we watched he caught a bass October 27 ,6:00; to 1Q:00: PJH. L'BRA'DFORD
President, Eunice Wilson Past I '
games and refreshments during The Lorena Epperson Circle ; Orders may "be placed with Mrs. County, were enjoying'a holiday I on'almost every cast. As it was COUNTY FAIR :Starke )
;the party hours and 'were given Tuesday-night at the,home of met the President, 'tEuJa Mae :Censer; 1st ,Titus Olson or Mrs. George Hug- last, 'Friday, J the ..teachers'were : late 'we followed him in to the .
Vice President Henrietta Hunt;
(favors of balloons and candy. leader, Mrs. Guy "Sale, on Koitgsley 2nd 'Vice President, Mathel; "Ins.' .- : using their work day" ,to prepare landing and saw as fine string' of

Mrs. Wainwright was assisted ,Lake, with Mrs. R. R. Hutch- the first, report, cards for bass as you would want to see .
'by Miss Kate Struth. Mrs. O. L. ings asr co-hostess. Following the Greene; Secretary, Inez Gray; .MYF. .., Members. he f current school ,term. | with,, some on the string going '
fHaynes Jr. and Mrs. Merrill Treasurer, Maude AndrewsAudi; \ -At, 1:80 i>.m. a meeting the 6-7 lbs. ,
devotional by Mrs. Ed Tenly, Mrs. tor, Willie Mae Judd Make 'Final Plans
'Strutn. I Mildred Cuttino the ; Chaplain i Bradford .Education ,Associationwas So I would like to suggest that
program, ,and Mrs.. Sale presided 'Minnie"1Ul den:'' Atendaht; Jessie. For UNICEF Drive held in' Die ttlementarySchool when fish 'are biting SlOW rum-
'Chastain; Assistant 'Attendant, Cafetorium with; /
FitzpatrickKnightFriends over a short business meeting. the-preSIdent mage around in the tackle box
The hostess :'served refreshmentsto Rose Lee; ,Musician, Kathleen 'Methodist, Youth Fellowship "Mrs.. Frances Hamilton, and and try the chum or the r

here will be interested the 12 members present. Conway; Captain, Eva Stokes; members .and their friends will presiding. shimmy wiggler, or a good wood 1 J $iii

Ito' learn of'the recent marriage ot Team of Four, Sue Chastain, Ollie meet at the Methodist Church During', this 'session the :'groupvoted plug, and you will find that you OtJ 71 : .WITHRA4E

James F. Fitzpatrick of Jackson- The Ethel Biggs Circle of the Flakes Mary Lappe, Louise Thursday,' Oct. 30, at 6 pjnfor: to accept a- "number ot can still catch fish on them when T

Mile and Neptune Beach to Mrs. First Baptist WMU met Tuesday Lee; Corresponding and RecordIng upper and singing before they changes in the'.BEA"constitution, your favorite failed. The shrimp

Merry Knight, formerly of Starke night.at the home of the leader, Secretary, Thelma' Wise. tart out on their Trick or Treat one of the"most Important being fishermen tell ,me ,the shrimp

and Gainesville. Mrs.:>C. A. Knight. Mrs. George tour for the United Nations Chil an increase in the annual dueassessed s catches are now mighty puny and

The marriage took place in St. Anderson gave -the devotional, dren's 'Fund.Between r 'each member.. the weather so unpredictable, it

/Augustine on Sept'7, after which with Mrs. Knight presiding over Garden Club! 7 and 8:30: the young 'An informative 'skit was presented is hardly.worth the 'trip. I have

'Mr. and Mrs.- Fitzpatrick enjoyed'a the business meeting. To Meet Monday people, 'ages .9 to;18, will cover by members of the Professional not 'seen the'sun in several days.In .

t 'through Nova 'Scotfa and Mrs. S. L.. Peek Jr., program] areas assigned to them and ask Information Committeeto fact, I am wondering just

other parts of Canada, returning chairman, presented Mrs.' 'JImmy The -Starke Garden Club 'wills funds 'for needy
i through the New England States" Call>;'who gave an interesting' talk meet Monday night, Oct. 27, of gifts for themselves. > the teaching profession WIth "This cooler weather should

'New York and Williamsburg, Va. on the mission work in Africa., 7:30 .o'clock in the Parish House It is expected that about 100 Florida's minimum foundationprogram. bring the bass out of the chan

Mr. and Mrs. Fitzpatrick are where she and her husband have ,ibn Church street. Mrs. M. 1<'. young people will take part, most Posters the cafetorium'wereplaced nels and closer to the edge so that

row at home to friends. in Neptune 'been stationed the past four years. Hazen Will present a program on of them members of MY F. But: throughout by ...... 4 '.
'members of
Beach. ,During the. social hour, the "Bulbs: and How to 'Grow Them." since friends have asked ,to help,, : the Ethics Committee

j members who had birthdays_'in 'Hostesses for. the-evening will they will be included in the teams fo remind "members of their ,

October were presented 'a birthday be, Mrs. L. O. Hazen, chairman, that will be made up alter sup r responsibilities.: tlC i .u
Come To The FAIR! cake. Eighteen members and Mrs. Jack Wilkinson, Mrs. Harry Also: approved during the meet 'CSTARKE"FL': "
one visitor were presentThe Mooty, and 'IMrs./'Frazier-Shaw. per.At ing was a resolution that the Association .
8:30: the teams will returnto be ?'represented ''in the
'OCT. the church to count their col- '
27 NOV. 1st. Starke and 'Bradford '
'' County
'Helen 'Masters; Circle of Fri. Sat. Oct.
the First Baptist Church met Wednesday Beta Sigma Phi lections'and 10r.the winning teamto Chamber' of Commerce. P. 'T.Nonn 24, 25
Be determined and recognized. ; -
FUN For The Family! afternoon, Oct. 19, at the presented a report on the -
The Beta Phi
Sigma sororitywill Refreshments will again 'be servo -Rock A
church with Mrs. L. G. Powell, feasibility" this 'representation -BYe'Babyreed
meet at the Garden Restaurant ed.
circle chairman, presiding. Mrs. and it 'was unanimously Jerry 'Lewis
Powell the devotional and Monday evening, Oct. 27 at Part of the enthusiasm fCr.this. that "Marion Payne would serve AND"OKLAHOMA
& gave
7:15 o'clock for 'their Ritual of '
new kind of Halloween stems from
in this capacity.
described the origin of the WMU '
the Jewel dinner, honoring new success in the last two
years ''
emblem and of each' symbol. I brief'report, on the functions
members which some of these young"peo-. Joel MeCrea
the As
Rational Education sr
'Mrs. Hatcher the .... ofj ;
Harry I "
Florida gave t pl?had >in theirfix>lle'ctions. the was -given --by B. 'W1. Payneand d I Plus Cartoon
Interesting story of the WMU
fun they had doing it. end the< ,President Hamilton reported to I

song. immense amount of good doa the i group on> the forthcoming SUN., MON., ,TUES
Twelve members attended this
with the money. American Education Week: It October 26 27 28 Separate 2 cu. ft.

meeting. pl"Bradford One,penny will 'buy enough BlXi I was,decided that each school, in DOUBLEFEATUREF freezer stores

THEATRESAT. to vaccinate 'one child agains t cooperation with its PTA would emal Animal 70 Ibs.
Brownie NoticeThe tuberculosis. A dime will buy 51. plan its individual observance. 'BOOy'Wlarr Big defrost automatic refrigerator

large: glasses "of milk for undernourished I 'James Hobbs reported to thgroup' e AND .New"Polartone"QS9
., OCT. 25 ONLY Brownie Scouts will 'meet children, and a quarte ,
: "on "proposed pians for "a / Qdphuosler interior color
DOUBLE FEATURE this Friday afternoon at 3:30: will buy enough DDT to protecttwo ccuntywide Science Fair'in which Brothers KaramazovWith Porcelain crlsper-

o'clock at the home of their leader County Hospital announces children for one year from udents'from, each county school Maria 'Schell Dairy Bar Door

Mrs. J. D. Warren, instead ot the following births: malaria. would exhibit science'projects. One Plus I'Cartoon REFRIGERATOR I Low family i size-
next Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Satter-- Budgetroaster
The ,MYF members and their: member from each school ''faculty
field of Palatka, a son, RaYJI1ondThomas WED. price
will be identi THURS.
friend9akipg part will comprise -a-steering committee FRI.
Satterfield Jr., Oct 17. tied by arm bands or tags so al! to 'organize and 'direct this Oct.'29, 30,31 Brand new 1959 models here now lowest prices ever-I la 12 cu. R.
; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nettles o:f will know that no matter how DOUBLE; FEATURE ...

a.SIE Brooker twin boys, Ralph Net gruesome the character, he is fair.County School Superintendent The
ties m. and Freeman Keven Met underprivilgged : Monolith As Low As With Trade
working for the needs of H. P. Morgan discussed with the $179.95|
1 lr ties Oct 19. mothers 'and children group the progress that has been ,Monsters
N'BARON Mr. and Mrs. 'James Pickle o t:
throughout the world. made toward the oranization of With :Grant Williams ,
Penney Farms, a son, Terry Lee, a Career Increment program.. And

Oct Mr.Oct.'and 19.Mrs. L.. M. Gaines ot: Cancer Society Rites The Enemy ''Below C. H. NVORTHY\ Philco Dealer

Starke a son, David, Lee,. Oct 21. Maps CampaignAt 'Wednesday With Robert 3Utohum

QNnaScooE'Cdt M a Dinner MeetingA For N., C. :WainwrightAt Plus Cartoon and Serial 310 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

Black Creek
AND planning committee meetingfor

the Bradford County American Penney Farms died Monday morn-

1 SPACE IILMASTERI I Cancer Society was held Wednes ing' in a Starke hospital

w dayOct.15' at 6:30: p. m. in the Mr. Wainwright was a native of : -A W

I 'ALUM-I-FLEX Garden RestaurantAt Bradford County and had lived at :M f OTH ERSaa

this Dutch treat dinner, Penney Farms,for 35..years. He .
i ASBESTOSMETALIC Mans were 'made.'for this educe was a member of the'Black Creek B ., "i B H B

tional program for the. ,.comingyear. Baptist' Church.

A report on the service program Survivors are his wife, -Mrs.

was given by Dr. A. V. Cov- Irene Wainwright;'four"daughters,

ington, and Mrs. Martha Snellen Mrs. A. W. Underwood' Green

I COATINGWATER ;!' the''Bradford County Health Cove Springs; Airs, E. :B.: Walker, ;" 11x14

Department. Cleveland Ala.; Mrs. W. H. Glover -

Ys The following nominating com PenneyFarms; 'and Mrs.
I iaat s $4.65 Per mittee was' appointed by Miss Thomas D. Ryan,' -'Jacksonville; Bust
a.fn.r..rorwl five ,.A, Vignette
sons Wainwright, Jack
,a. wl..ytor Dcrothy 'Alvarez, ,chairman of the
1 1I ROOFING Bradford County unit: Mrs. E. L. sonville, N. c., Jr. and D. :C.Wainwright .

McKnight;chairman..Dr. and Mrs. Green 'Cove Springs; 5
SUN., MON., TUES. INSULATION P. G. Felos, Miss Betty Durling, E. M. Wainwright, Starke; andJ. PO'RTRAITSOD

October 26, 27, 28 Miss Helen Sapp, Johnny Kop .' G., ;Wainwright''Fenney yarns;
two sisters' Mrs. B. W. Whiddon,
tausos,-and Miss Dorothy Ross.
.THE. and-Mrs.,Henry Daf iron,1'both( 'ol
A new cancer educational film
for women Tampa; two ..brothers'P.; E. 'and y .
"Time And Two Women .
," was previewed by the board. 0.J.. 'Wainwright -Jacksonville; .
end his stepmother, Mrs. Laura
_ED t Mrs. Snellen education chairman, Wainwright, Lake City. lv : FOR
reported that plans were underway .
'services were 'held
QUOTHERMHOYAL I for several showings' of this 10 am. Wednesday in the Black at '. .ONLY
film: j
Creek Baptist Church with Rev.

John Carbonneau Tampa field C. A. .Crosby,'''pastor officiating. $10.00Value Plus 35c Mailing
J: representative for the area noti ,
Active pall bearers were deacons '
t IHDg..Warii fled the group that'a.cancer Information of' the .church. Burial -was u Full Figure $l.OO Extra

OIL HEATER r center has been established Black .Creek 'Cemetery' tInder the SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED Limit 2 Children To A Family
in Gainesville' and that
direction of Ralph'W..Tucker Funeral 6 Weeks
in the future Bradford County Age: to 10 'Years
: l Home, Jacksonville APPOINTMENT
I'Vrci' i p''l_mml\1ri5. will be serviced through'this ten NECESSARY 'Additional Children $2.00 Each

tSOFEl ter. He ,introduced 34rs.' Marion -
Plus "Riot In Rhythm"Wed. U t0
tkrirl Davis as the executive director of ,
: r,1n, a. h 1'er this center, and field representative Mrs. Effie Johns 'spent Thurs I

., ThursvFri.October for Bradford day with her I niece, Mrs., P. W. -MON. TUES.: '
l u'o C County. He also I WED. .. OCTOBER
29, 3031 1' 27,28,29i
. y Modem'Steet--heafs1wict fesf announced that O. A. Jenkins of Webb, in Hawthorne Mrs. Johns I
( p$ r and her son, Treeman will
os old-fashioned coiHronl Jacksonville wfll beT State:Crusade spend
c. 'W.Lr lt11pr' Chairman for the 1959 drive next Friday in Jacksonville'and -Max-
famous'CoMen \ .
"Jet l4Imer.wCiiont -. ,April. vile visiting her niece,'Mrs. Henry ,
,, Jam 75Oq'BTU!' OUTPUT!, Miss Alvarez stated that therebadbeen Carter; and brother H.D. Carter. Hours' to 12-1:00 to 5:30 -"

fPllli MMfLH wVf -.-.... A., I 1 Constant uSe of the sick BARBERREE STUDIO WILL':GIVE YOU A SELECTION OF POSES ;FROM
J '
apgsswe'.suersensa.aaoen. a .. DEKMAUK J& rtonvsupplies cancer patients .- :WHICH TO CHOOSE .

I 11' BUILDING SUPPLIESQUALITY Bradford'County. t Come To The,, FAIR, !
,FURNITURE 'CO. &>SKVKPnone td ,,*
Plus "Magoo's 3-Point Land -' OCT. 27 NOV. :1st.
Mrs.W. S. ifrs. -
in);." Of Starke a 'Slade Clyde IPKSE4LE'S ,
30' E CALL ST STARKE, FLA Sinclah-and MrsT.H; S13 ,"Sr.

I 43! W. Call SU -, < -- "- attended the,orchid- show in JacksonVille tvNW dr., eJFaiinll Y 1!


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(' '.L.'- -- - "- Misses Ann Eider'and Thomas Pelluni,
Charlene Mrs, Henry of Orlando BHS. HONOR ROLL I Carolyn Dorothy Savage.1! Area Growers Huggins, county agent.
i Dennis were weekend rguests of spent the weekend with her parents j 10th Grade II i ii I Ii :i : r Rcy Cellon of L :rose and
Mark Moore and Van Carpenterin Mr. and Mrs. G. $. Snow. Following is the Honor Roll for I)i i Thomas Judd, Kay Hart,' Sara Lacy Doak of Santa PV: were eltct-
Gainesville and'-attended the Mr. ,and Mrs; Mack Williams the: first six-week period at Bradford Osborne, Linda Hildebran, Linda I Not In Favor
U. of F. festivities. and Mr. and Mr$.'A-S. Harrison High SchooT: Hopkins Johnny Devore, Marty I ed as delegates to an area meet-
COME- TO THE FAIR, Oct. 27.Nov. were" visiting friends and relatives 7th Grade Bales, Linda Cox, Terry Walters.. Of Potato Pact ing to be held in Orlando next
.,}. FUN FOR ALL in.Waycross. Oa* on Sunday... I Eugenia Ehard, View Frees, 11th Grade \ month at which time a final decision -
THE NEWS Mr. and 'Mrs. Robert Firth are Mr. and .Mrs. T. P. Hutto and Marcia HaynesLinda K. Alvarez, I Patricia Anderson, Virginia Kr- Potato growers from Bradford will be made in the matter.
j spending Tuesday to Sunday in !.. i.. and Mrs.' Brad Locke) 'and Andy Strickla'nd. Linda Hugguis.8th win, flank Graham, Patsy Cog-
.. .Belleville Mich. visiting Mr. and and Mr.' Union, and Alachua Countiesi
-.-'-- r ; families of Jacksonville Grade dill. Tracy Griffis, Kathleen Con- Recent BirthMr.
I Mrs. 'William Whichello, 'and in and Mrs. Charlie.Parker of,Cocoa Jimmy Dowling, Jean' Douglas, way, John Dodd Flora Slade,I i i I voiced disapproval 'of a proposed
Dr. and Mrs. 'Seymour Marco( Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen are I' Flint, Mich visiting Mr; and Mrs. were visiting Mrs L. S. Hutto. Arlen Lee Bias, Vicky Devrick, Judy Lesawyer, Sara Jo Sprow, potato marketing agreement at a and Mrs. Tommy Hilliard
returned today from a week's trip I spending the latter part of the Ed Firth. They will also attend and family over the weekend.Mrs. Sally! Ann Epperson, Harriet I Mary K. Wainwright. I I meeting held in Lacrosse on Oct. of Starke announce the birth. qf
toHew York -celebrate' their week vacationing in South Florida. the University of Michigan football Sarah Hunter and Mrs. Goodman,, David Ingram Linda I I a daughter, Lola Evern, on Oct.
I Iwedding 12th Grade In voting the proposal,
s1* :: anniversary. Mrs. H. McLendon and.Mrs. game on. Saturday; William Graudon attended ,the Blackwell, Lynwood Walters 1:,,15. 15 at Doctors Hospital.
'Mti:''Rdy'-Stone'', 'Mrs:'; Dolly I. Homer Stivers of Orlando were Mr. and ''Mrs. George Boyd of'school lunch room meeting at the. 9th Grade : Judy Kelly (straight A's), Hub-{ the growers felt a marketing agreement -

Sullivan and Mrs. L. B. Chambers, weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Philadelphia Pa, and Mr.s..,C. R, Stephen Foster school in Gaines- Marilyn Hernwall; John Adams, ba LaMee, Charles Prevatt, Mary!)''I would not be practical

attended the Max Factor wsmrtic. Charles Meister.They all attended Bradford, Sr.. of Telfcrd, Pa. spent ville last Thursday.Miss MaryiJ. Bigham Barbara Blank- Agnes Matthews, Ray Maxwell,j.for this area, unless adjoining .Come To 'The FAIR!
show at the Roosevelt' .Hotel in* f.he U.of F. Homecoming festiVi- the past ten days with C. R. Brad: Ruth Alvarez of Suffolk, ehship, Clyde Bradley, Diane Col-I Franklin Ritch, .Jimmy Hitch, II states, that compete with Florida,

Jacksonville oiv Monday.. ties. ford.. Va spent the weekend with hermother -son, James :Langston. Martha I George Patten. Wen ;romlinson, were also under restrictions. OCT. 27 NOV. 1st.
Mrs. L. D. Green entered Ala- Mrs. Sarah Alvarez.I I Long'Mary' Ann Long, Jim Gay,! Earbara Bates, Mara A. Payne,I: Attending the meeting as repre- -
chua General Hospital on Monday Mr. and Mrs. .Frank Weaver Patricia .Louden, Irwin Martin,!I Ann: Elder (straight A's), John sentatives from Bradford County
iftfilt'iJSfts'- with a heart condition. I and son, Buddy, of Williston were Joalyce Graham, Bubba Moody, Green,. Terrell Green, Henry ball,j i{ were Gene Crosby and M! O. Har- FUN- For the Family!

I. >> Ha Mrs. Sarah Barton of AtlantaIs weekend 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Morrison, Barbara Shadd- Jun--Hobbs. r i...rell. Brooker growers, and G. T. ,
W T.'Jackson. ...
-- '
I : visiting ,her son-in-law and ; 'f.h '--..'" .. ,'-9 F $ ., -'--n.., ""T' ,, "' '' .. ." "' 11M n.
-.n (
I Mrs. -r ,
; i t. daughter. Mjr. and Mrs. H. M. J H. Bitch is convalescingin ::::1 :<' >--'.... > 't'3"-
I Hatcher, Jr..,.this week.. the Tyus Convalescent Homeon > ; ,
f -
I & 1 # '. t!:.. .
South Thompson street after
Dr. and Mrs. Julian Jordan of $ $
I t t receiving hip surgery in St. Vin J: P0' $
Redingtcn Beach were weekend .. $
trot tsus' I4 y cent's Hospital last week. : $
T iv Hen p rin .. 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. H; B. Pey : Iket $ : 'i; $ '
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sink and .j.j1
ton and attended the U. of F.
r. daughters, Sally and Cindy are .
festivities.Mr. .
I Ak spending the weekend,, with Mr. ..
and Mrs. R. J. Andrews and and Mrs. Tom Feainster, Jr. at ';: \1 r I .. !
family of Wesconnett- were Sunday ,. e -
I Delray Beach. Mrs. Feamster, Sr. "J FU : i iwf
visitors: of Mr. and Mrs. R. will return with them'for a week's 3 t t. \;. ,'. ... .
O. Dansby.Dr. visit: '. 'n i 4
1 ,
., 'James L.. Stith of Pensa- COME TO THE FAIR, Oct. %7. 'C ...."'-..r"...,." I .> '! .' .r... 1 .. tI ,t Jj
r cola spent .thi weekend with his -Nov. I/FUN FOR ALL. 1 ;

i grandmother, Mrs H.. L. Brown- Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Royster and I ,..'.." ,". "" :. j
atCtY lee, and family' .- Mr. and) Mrs. Rex- Mlxoiv: ;and ... '"'.:t..,.,..,.. ..,
? 5# ': Y' .Mr. end Mrs. R. 0. Gardner of!.families of'Jacksonville were Sun- .
$ 1115 Pratt .Street have'moved to day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Drew .j

..... ---.. .. Jacksonville. Their house was:sold Reddish. :.V W.b, r cR cRe A A ,
U. S. 301 SOUTH STARKE, FLA. PH.: WO"4.0575 to Mr: land Mrs. N.L. Woodburn -: Mr/and Mrs W C. Powell and $ta t

Ornamental l Concrete Products and family, who'moved in Wed-. children: ':were weekend) gu stS- of .j

I "WHOLESALE TO EVERYONE" nesday J Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. 'AdkInS,-.Jr.'In

t.. -_. __ _____--_ 4Jan Mundorff of Oslethrope Gainesville and attended the .
-'- -" .b .
4 University..Atlanta.: Ga.,-has been Homecoming festivities.Mr. .
chosen.to take the lead in the play and Mrs. bolph Reddish
H1 I IS "Three Men' 'on a..Horse." and family are spending Wednesday ', I
Friends of little Peggy Yancey and-Thursday- Cedar Key
will regret"to hear that she broke Mrs. ,Nate.Dyal and Mrs. G. L.

Timefora her leg last Wednesday while getting Farber attended the' BPW state
: qut of their car. board meeting' at' West Palm

Mrs. Jacqueline. Moorer and ,. Beach: over'the. weekend. LIBERALALLOWANCE I II
daughter, Lee were hv Tampa Mrs. Fred Snyder of Ilion. N. ,
i : ? over ,the<<: weekend visiting Lee's. Y. is spending two weeks-with Mr, -I
: New far father Lecn Moorer. I and Mrs:-*G.- L'.- Farber. Ttt! 111 1.

j' Dr. and Mrs.P. O. Felos attended Mr. and.Mrs. L. Hi:,Outlaw anc .. .. ,
the open house of the Putnam Mrs. Jack Hazen and familie:' j.3- .. .. :I
Memorial Hospital in Palatka on spent Thursday to Sunday in the
Sunday Scrub: :
I Mr. and Mrs.; H. T. Brown of Mrs. Dave Paulk and daughter r-sill y'q ir Ol ester on 0 ti : s I Il
Those spanking new 1959 Boston Ga.. ,
and Mrs. R. V. Chapman Sylvia were Visiting Mr. and Mrs
models are at your local""dealer's of Starke spent the weekend Ervin Andrews in New .Smyrna

f, showroom. If you're ready for 'a at New Smyrna ;Beach attendinga Be 'several days last week 11 EARLY piii'di3 3 of aS&foeSetven. I I
family reunion at the *. -t. i
used let home o\\; -Mrvand 'Mrs. -'Brown.. Jr ,
; new .59'or a good car -- ,us
: Mr..and Mrs. C. G. OTTeil. of Jacksonville were '"' 'weekend i i4tt
payoff your local dealer -.;. and ar Among those attending the open guests of Mr. andMrs..' ''Hogan .. ,
: range: the time-payments to suit! 'your house *t the U. of P;' Teaching mUh.. e tPUX] .

I purse. Our low bank rates will save Hospital In. Gainesville last Wed- Attending all or 'part of the UJ J
and at the same time nesday were Dr. and Mrs: Adams.. of 1". Homecoming' Festivities" i hi
you money youbuild Dr and Mrs. T. G. Ritch, Mr.:and Gainesville over the weekend iwen

: your bank credit as you .payoff Mrs.S. E. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. the BHS band, Mrs. H. H. Adam: ,L'e
your loan. R. E. dm ndson. and Dr;; L., H. and'children, John, Jane and Bill;

_,-"w 'Your..t! J local friendly bank is the .best Jennings.Mrs.. Jack. : Briees of Jacksonvilleand Marcia G. Denmark Haynes and, Mr.family and, Mrs.Mrs.M S. ,

place to finance the car of your choice. I I' little Anne Adkins of. Gaines- H. Sheppard and family, Mrs. J;I -:-:-:--- ---

ville were.wppv-opd west of Mrs. M. Vickers and family,.Mrs.*Alice: :.f :
A. Z. Adkins and Mrs John Love Anderson Mr. and Mrs. C. TJ; Lee,
Wilkes. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Colson, Mr,
Arthur Winkler of Moodv AFB, and Mrs. Robert--Turner and son,
VaWa-ta, Ga., was, home for the Brant Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrewsand .
weekend. son, Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. STEll.
FLORIDA. BankOne Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dval of Green Logan Gay and sons, MrJand!' Mrs. ''' (Jp Cpa NS

.; of 28 Banks in' atStarke Cove Springs were visiting'her Gilbert Brown Mrs. E. L. Cox and V// 711\11 RU, CT/ON
the Florida National B parents. Mr. and Mrs: M.L. Law- daughter, Linda. Virginia Ervin; r fEquipped $ d
Group sen on Sunday. 'Jimmy Ritch; .Shi Smith '-Travis ::9t<<4' .. ... -4STt/l t
AiL L 0 I J4IONzbsal :4 q
Member Mr., and Mrs. John Vlasselaerof Alvarez'Linda Smith Flora Slade l ; { ;'t ": L. :?., Q D.FQS.
Deposit Insurance Corporation Jacksonville Beach were 'weekend Anne Matthews, JoAlyce Graham; "

I guests of Mr.; and Mrs. E.. P, Mary Agnes" Matthews, Bobby ; ,:t
Renner. Ferguson Mr: and Mrs. Foster Sh: : 'HIATE'R;
Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs; : .
"t 1'.,. .. ... ', .. I'
!?.59 ,FORD CARS. & TRUCKS -1959, FORD CARS. & TRUCKS Bill: Graham Mr. and Mrs. Juniu :;. '. with- Automatic" -;* AIr'Feed" ; : 2, ,: 00O
Smith, Mjr. and Mrs H M. : 5
: it ..<:. 'L ; .; --...
Hatcher, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Carl .,-Automatic-Forced/ Air fan' 1 it c
-A Roberts, Mrs J. M. Edwards and : ', ,.. .. ..,. ,j..t *" n'
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CflD 'lI'i I A ITIICI for your wonderful COen daughters, Gayle and Dianne, r ..... : '- ..
Jackie Arnold, Tommy Edwards,
reception of the new Ford coN Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green and sons, THE our

a ii i41 IS cars 1 tj1o Buzzy Jones and and Bill,daughter Mr. and,Mrs.Sandra Tyler HEATER ; AP F WAYMUNE BACK GUARANTEE

passenger :: Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green and son,
Q :0o Archie, Art Holliday, Mr. and Mrs. ,

E. W. Hayes, Mrs. Callie DeVellis, _.'
Z ,NOW SEE THE NfW FORD TRUCKS! n Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen:, Jr., ,f : .i .I.
Jimmy Hobbs Mr. and Mrs. BillMcCrack
> n, Mack McGriff, tir t
4U "J. E. Denmark": :Mrs::"Ovid Bennett .
-The Popular in and family, Mrs. Carl L. Johns
and family. Mrs. F. J. Shaw, Mr.
F-100- PICKUP. > and Mrs. S. E. Simmons Mrs.

2: Dolly Sullivan Mis. }:stan Jordan' ,..- '1ExC1US1ve..SAFE.T.COOL"
Q o and children, Mr. and'Mrs.' J. G.Helton ; construction. Exck sirs AfollGfic12 f Atfematie FORCED Aft! FAN

& And.daughter, ,Linda,,Mr. Quaker "Space-Savers" are fully tested TURNS SMOU INTO KIAr1Y V Completely/ automatic
Ou ..; I and Mrs; Guy Sale and daughter, and safety by UnderwritersLaboratories. Supplies comet wnouat 01 air : !Ir rurni ihtlf on end off
IroM Linda. Mr. and Ms. L. F. Dinkins approved' to hurries at til times. .As UP : V Clrcwletei one-third more 4,
4 Mrs. Sarah Hunter and family,Mr. Its the w rld'.most beautiful suns highest hurting'&da' ; ; healed air than ordinary
"Co and Mrs. N. B. Rosier and family, neater .in. the'homer cy lowest fuel, cost. healer, blower or fan
Douglas Seymour, Hank Graham .. V Saver fueUeliminatei ,
Famous Quaker lGUG!! llll"SMOKELESS" overheating one room 1 If
Mr. and Mrs.tL. H. Outlaw,
I .
OIOINAIT CUAXEIHEATE get heat into another t
enI Mr. and Mrs. Randal Chitty. OUT-HOM. 'LJSH-To.WALL! Att A .
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier and WAlt SAVES sox* Do.mt't smok *t oy stage of fire. elusive & 'HUT-flCT FRONT

I ramily-,were visiting Mr. and Mrs. I = ?WATU ON JfACIa Give situ hat from
+ fJ every drop _. .
0)O I R. S. Johns 'In Lake Butler over 1 -of od. ::.i _

the weekend. THIS! YOUI NISENT QQAJCtI.fU"H TO WAtt jifl ,i.- ...
"* "" Proves most. dependable" is. every _
Mrs. Gladys Harrington was HUHM ,MfA.tEI. flJJ of climate. .
in Jackson $.. her or.wrt It toed( What a diffwwic.l Sam. ".. type ( Quaker nipnior design vives the comfxi of
visiting her son, Marion .. Ire* ttw MIL sox M toot rpaa amoctb LaDi you
r wanntb tLroufUiut the room '
L41 L CO ; Tenn. over the weekend.
en :1ilit4
cori .
tertained at a birthday buffet j -i' .'. : .., .
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-r. -- dinner party Tuesday evening for Beautiful! Matching Stove Pipe Is AvailabieBeouse 1' All welded! ant puce v "fvr-Clear" lighting deer.Adjustablt .

.j li Mrs, C. A. Futch. Eight guests t Quaket'heater transfer more heat into the construction. V leg Itveters.Safety 1 .
Just one of the 371 Ford Truck Models available in the 1959 line. New 8 enjoyed the affair. Jxxne.and mud leas into' chimney, chimney temperatur Y Heat directing top grille.. I

Q .economy, durability; styling 'and'lrive comfort, including a new tilt cab 0 Mrs.V." S. St John and grand: F discolor*(optional is so )low that stovepipe >ill cot. peel .or i'.All porcelain humidifier. Y writers approved laboratories by: Under--
tandem model and. 'a Tord-built four.wheel'drive.. : Complete new -front son Paul Holland spent.the week

< and glyling. inrkes this the kosf beautiful line of, .Ford Trucks ever den end with Mr. and Mrs. M. H. ',- See This Greatest Heater Development in 25 Years
Ernest and baby in St. Augustine.

signed. > Fred Noble of Jacksonville was 'i TRADS'f "HOW-EASIEST TE RMS-SMALL. DEPOSIT HOLDS YOUR. PURChU2. !
8- &Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and .

/4check with Clyde Terwillegar before you Mrs. T. H. Slade. Sr. "irS A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT" --' *
3g Mrs% O. J. .Phillips, Jr. and .
t. 1 > daughter, Cheryl Anne, are spending

trade ,for J9S9 Model x ten. day in Wilmington Dela.
i any o with her brother-in-law and sister .
,')Mr. and"'birs. J>H sro n Mc-

'O Clane Mrs.,and.A. O family.. Gmnewell and Mrs. enm.ar urolture
Ed McCann were overnight guests .
T : Motors .
I .
P >wijlegar
to Wednesday of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins t. --- -
: Ir and Mrs. J. L. Wilkes while en-
route from Black Mountain, N.
:C. to, their' home; at Fort Myers.T. Free. Delivery. OF STARKE Free Delivery

H. Slade, Sr'was layman .
+ .
: "
959'FORE CARSj&rrRUCKS. g Q RP" .CARS & TRUCKS 3K&srat JhMf.thodfct .ctlWch. : : p434 .!" .44.6.\Vesl.C\.. .Phoie WO 44321 *Starke- -* Florida f% <*

at Kathleen;Fla. on Sunday. .


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FAUE SIX ISIUOt"Uku COUNTY' X&L&uhAfii. l'-\.t.At.., tWIUbA
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Morgan Tells PTA enrollment and average daily attendance MAYOR'S COURT Holt Johnson deuce and address in: L'nkown Bradfoid County Hospital reserves
fii Bradford schools were You are hereby notified that a the right to reject any or all bids.
reported at the end of the first suit for divorce K. to;. Edmondson. Administrator!
School Bond Of the eleven cases the Made Eagle Scout Bradford County Hospital
Sale month, Morgan said. Enrollment on has been filed against you in theabove 19-23 2t 10-39

9 showed- an increase from 3,154 at docket of Major's Court Monday (Continued from Page 1)y) ou are named required Court to and serve cause copy and of

Set For December tr-p end of the first month in 195/, jncrning seven failed to appear our answer or pleading to the complaint -

to 3,333 for the same period' this and, forfeited bond. complishments in some branch of Attorney on B.the R.Plaintiffs Burns-ed, yacclenny. W. C. T.AND (/.

Progress of the county's $500.- yean Average daily attendance Appearing and pleading guilty Scout activity. To attain the high Florida
creased from 2,992 at the end and file the original in the office of BE NOT DRUNK WITH
000 school construction programwas to excess speed, Frank Schaeferwas rank of an Eagle Scout, a member the Clerk of the Circuit'Court on or
of the first month in 1957 to 3- b fore the I WINE, WHEREIN IS EXCESS '
'discussed H. P. Morgan found guilty, fined $27 with '
by Supt. must have at least 21 merit bad- 24 of
220 this year.B. day November, 1>58: BUT BE FILLED WITH TUB
at a ''meeting of the High I suspended and put on otherwise the allegations "
W. Payne BHS ges. In addition to having one of said HOLY SPIRIT.
probation for 30 days.A be taken a* confessed -
School' PTA in the music building discussed the accreditation more than the required number by you. (EPHESIANS 5:18.: )
status G. T. Huggins
By of
charge public intoxication Held This notice shall be published
Tuesday night. recently for
was recognized
cf the high school, which he said was filed against J. C. Barton who once each week for four consecutive
Morgan reported that the School County Agent his outstanding Scouting achieve- weeks in the Bradford County Tele-
some but still
areas! pleaded guilty and was fined $27 Era ph.
Board hu been for ments by having the Order of the
waiting a
maintained Dated this 2!
a good average. v.ith,6entence suspended. Barton day of October, CONTRACTORS
strengthening of the bond market Arrow conferred upon him. 1958
Mrs.. Chas. A. Darby, PTA president Bradford County FairA summer. He has bushes now with was put on probation for 30 days. I (OFFICIAL SEAL
but will
early in December.I&luded receive bids-on.' the,issue reported on plans" for ,the good fair can be a show win- green ones just the size of a base- Pleading guilty to a drunk charge I I Charles Clerk A. Darby of the Circuit Court CARPENTERS

ball. If is late enough he Charlie Norman was sentenced to :XOTICE By Marian
first alumni reunion to be held dow for our county agricultural frosj Notice Is hereby 'I L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
in the Issue given that the fol .
proposed he picked tomatoes from pay'a fine of $27 or five days. I 10-23 4t 11.13CALL
< here Nov. 7 and said program. To make it a good show- can say lowing Clerks and Inspectors hare I PAINTERSWe
that 1,000
'are 'a n.eW; auditorium for Bradford window we must have exhibits his garden in late October. Charged with vagrancy, Lettie been appointed for the General Election I,
invitations had been mailed to to be held Tuesday, November FOR Bids
High, School, .a new StarKe, that represent our agriculture. Well, if you step out in my backyard Rosier pleaded guilty. Her sentence 4, A. D. 1938: in the vauious: precincts Sealed bids will be received by
elementary school an elementary BHS alumni in all parts of the Don't wait fcr someone to ask you you will still see some little was $27 or five days. of Bradford County. Florida: [ the Bradford County Hospital Corporation have'mited Supplyof

school library two classrooms and country.The to put' in an exhibit. You be the marble size tomatoes that can be Those forfeiting bond by nonappearance Clerk.1-KKC1NCT Arthur*C.0. Pearce LAWTET; Inspect- ford County at the Hospital office of In the Starke Brad. !left-over paper on rolls.

cafeteria for Lawtey white school picked and eaten right now. oia: Ethel D. Florida, up to 7:30
Senior Class won the room first to ask for space. included Reddish Jewell T. p. m. Tuesday
three whowere Roberts, James li. November 4, 1J58 on the From 17 to 72 inches wide.
cafetorium for Eunice Shirley following:
a Lawtey colored Both Vocaticnal Agriculture J. R.Wainwright has been bring
c'unt for the second time this John*'n. and Earl C. :Mosley. Fuel Oil Number 2 Distillate
charged with -
school, 'and three new classroomsfor I classes will have good exhibits. ing cucumbers and eggplant all running a redlight. PKKCIXCT: NO. Z OKTH STARKE Approximately 20.000 Gallons More Perfect for protection of

RJE colored school in Starke. season, and received the $10 cash Paul Hutchins and Curtis Marlow summer. Nookie has a few close- They were Harry Wittner, CIE'rkIbert L. Crosby, Jr.; Inspectors or age Less tank, to at be delivered the In the stor- floors furniture, etc. while
Candis ,
;' award.G. : Hixon, Doris E. hospital site In ,
Repair and, renovation work on are working. Four-H will have by neighbors I that-have. enjoyed I Anne Cosens Wheeler, and Edward Norman. Mary Ella Watterson, quantities of not less than 1,000 gal- work is in

the Hampton and Brooker schools I T. Huggins was in charge ot some exhibits. Let's don't leave it; these good vegetables and really r Francis McAllister. Each forfeited Ethel H. Parks, Nellie W. Pearce, any ions or more than 1.500 gallons at progress.
James one
will be financed from other funds,,p the, program and Kev. Donald all to our youth. We need to show appreciate his kindness in sharing bond of $12. Green.1KKtIXCT. K. Chasteen. and Robert G. the hospital delivery, this, as contract specified to by be Bradford

Morgan ,said.Increases I Kokomoor conducted the devotion- that we have an adult program them.Thankful. NO. S SOUTH STARKE effective for a period of one year County
John Robert Oravec forfeited Clerk, L. M. Gaines from date of acceptance
both in for ; Inspectors: by the
figures al. wcrth showing off. Good exhibitsare For Rain Blanche Cooper Vaughn. Ruth B. Board of Trustees of the Bradford Telegraph
bond of $27 by
good advertising.Plan This has been a busy week. Two not appearing to Broadway, Edw. W. Coolberth Eston County Hospital Corporation.
Hog Program defend a charge of reckless driv K. F. Jordan and Lillian B ..hop. The Board of Trustees of the
leading activities have been setting PRKTINCT: >0. 4 GKAHAM -
The September pig crop report strawberries and plantingoats ing. Also charged with reckless: Clerk, Clarence J. Frazier; Inspectors ------ --- ---

Before you indicates a possible dangerous and rye. There is also a good i driving and drinking, Jake Cleveland D'al and: Pearl Equilla Thomas.Roberts. Berry ONE QT. OR GAL. OF 'PAINTfREE

situation for hog producers. This I number of! folks who have fertilized Myrick Jr. forfeited bond of PRECINCT NO. 5 -II.YPTOSClerk '- -

be true unless i$5 2. W. U. Maxwell; Inspectors.
can plan
you carefully pasture and now it should f
I! -aura Belle Rrown G. P. Wadsworthand
/ go on your and do a good job with what; step out and do some growing. A charge of public intoxicationnot II I Ina F. Knight.

you have. With a careful program L defended by George Eugene PKEt'lNTT NO THEKKSSt
We have strawberry setting Clerk, Clyde Mersey; Inspectors. WITH EACH ONE YOU
vacation. it is hard to net make some moneygrowing from the middle of August up Nayworth cost him his bond of Dollie Loper Malanar Wynn and p.fl41

hogs. We still import too through this week. If all who $27. Jean B. Darby.PRECINCT NO.. 7 "We Eliminate, Middleman's\ Profit"

Have you locked all the windows and doors stoppedthe much of cur pork. have planned to set berries could I Passing a funeral possessionwas I Clerk, R. R. Andrews-NEW; Inspectors RIVER MARY ?

milk :and newspapers notified the police that Expansion in numbers will reQuire get plants now we will have a I the charge against William Dorothy Brown and I. Mana'Anderson. Mary D. CARTER PAINT STORE

you are taking a trip? These are musts. but they improvement in quality. The greater acreage than last year. McKinley Lloyd Jr. He forfeited I PRECINCT :NO. BhOOKEB Lucille Wiggins. 355 Temple Ave., Starke

are not always enough. Make sure all your posses- key word in quality now is meat-: Rotary Rural-Urban Day bond of $27.St. Clerk, Franklin S. Tinney; Inspectors .
: James K. Hamilton, A. L. or 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville
take with fully type. Most any breed can possess ,
sions-including what you you-are The Starke Rotary Club is going Green Jr., Elkridge A. Hayes.By I -- I
insured. Give us a call, and have a worry-free trip. meat-type qualities if you select: all-out to continue a programfor Mark's Episcopal order of the Board of County -- -
breeding animals to fit such Commissioners of Bradford County 1
good fellowship between business : Florida this. October Jl, A.D. 1S58.
characteristics. Rev. Raymond S!:. M />Biah OFFICIAL SEAL .
( )
men and farmers. The second
According to this late report, Sunday Services- Charles A. Darby, Clerk. BE
HAROLD C. WAIL% AGENCY rural-urban will beat 9:45: a.m., SURE
program 10-23 It 10-30
the number of to farrow this
sows noon Wednesday, Oct. 29, at Church School; 11:00 a.m., Morning TO SEE THE 'BEVERLY HOMES'
"INSURANCE ll increased 12 to 15 per cent. Prayer and Sermon. --- !
SPECIALISTS"B : the County Fair Grounds. They
200 E. Call'Street Phone WO 4-4801 management results in may not be able to cook at home Holy Communion-FIrst Sunday :NOTICE TO DEFEND Before Buying YourOwnerCompleted

Starke Fla. more pigs saved per litter. but Buddy Bishop and Billy Graham 11:00 am.; Third Sunday, In Circuit Court, Bradford County, p
More About Hogs 7:30: a.m. Florida: In Chancery
can naturally fry fish out HomeWe
Case No. 12-655
Larry Whitehead young son ofMr. Wednesday-7:00 Choir
p.m. :Marcell Lewis, Plaintiff, vs. Flora
side. They do not like to get involved
and Mrs. A. B. Whitehead,, Practice; 7:45: p.pt, Litany and Allen Lewis Defendant.
will exhibit a good-doing duroc unless they have one or Bible Study. NOTICE TO APPEARTo invite your inspection during the construc
two or three hundred pounds to : Flora Allen Lewis, whose resl-! tion of our models
sow and litter, of pigs in our faire I at 2152 West Beaver St.

sow is not in top show condition !I. fry. HEILBRONN MJAL/On ART in Jacksonville. ,

I1ll1 but you will see that she Chinch Bugs Attack Lawns BAPTIST CHURCH

is producing a profitable litter. Big lawn spots in your St. Augustine Sunday Schoor 10 a. m. Morning Come To The FAIR! "BEVERLY HOMES" are loaded with EXTRAS

You will also see a sow and litter grass might be an indication Worship, 11 a. m. Evening Come by or Call Elgin 3-9718, Jacksonville

I U1th exhibit of Landrace. These will I of cinch bug attack. These Worship, 7:30: p. m. Training OCT. 27 NOV. 1st.
be 'shown by Marvin Rosier. bugs have been more active than Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. MidWeek -

Then will usual this summer and fall. Prayer Wednesday FUN For The !
ik you see some young Meeting, Family
; Crossbred gilts shown by Charles My latest lawn visit to. find 7:30 pjn. ml e ':; That's Our Business
Chinch bug damage at the
Robert, and Allen Crews. This was
Cross will be Yorkshire and Po home of our' good Professor Beech- at"1 If It's Glass! We Bart Iii

land-China, if I remember cor .er Payne. This was followed by I I CALL WRITE or VISIT
SEE 7JI ; k 1 1-i'latiin I
rectly. an examination in. my own yard Living Scriptures_ fy/< ,

Just A Challenge ; and I found that Prof. Payne does Revealing Endless Knowledge Joe Peters Glass

,You can have something pretty :I not have! them at all. rtIFi.- Co. .

good to eat from your garden just DDT is a good killing insecticide '-

bout the year-round if you want for Chinch bugs. ,A call to 'FO2EVEaOLOR' FOR ANY GLASS NEED

WO4-6761 cr, a card to me will get .1 __ 11 VkOBD 1 is SETTLED IM I We Design Modern Store FrontS

to.Pat Miller, president of our you a free leaflet giving you the HEAVEP4..JJWMIPB Just Mail Ua A Pattern for

Cattlemen's Association. has had information you need for handling .; TableTop

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'. printed circuit saving time and money in the Knead lightly 10 strokes. Roll out BACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 2. -___ ___ 4e Per W r4
: I kitchen? If so, then you'll wantto one-fourth inch thick and cut 20% DISCOUNT UN REPEAT I.NSEHTIO.NS! SAME!: ADKf
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1'--' -;: : : flJ( '' ZenithExtra know about mixes you can biscuits, or shape with hands. ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IV ADVAIIC"CL.t8S1FIED

I' make at home. Place tn pan. Bake at 450 degrees DISPLAY .-__ $I.5 ftr lack. Pleat I ..... ..

Features After a program on homemade for 10 minutes. Yields'12 large $1.00 PER INCH FOR SAME AD REPEATED ONE OR MORE TIMES
11.000 Vain(Picture 18 medium biscuits.
I FewerSwuhiiM mixes in their Home Demonstration :. CARDS OF THANK! tip T. M W.rd.) ---__.__. ___ 11"

Two Egg Cake OVER M WORDS ______ 4 Cc. .
T II. W"'allII t, r. d ictv *Tub* Club last month, Mrs. T. W. -------- -- frr Ward

au"' 262. Jl" ..In..,011'ieilo clio,. S CiA.len.Picturt Clot Markey and Mrs. W. T. Blair of) 3 cupe All Purpose Mix. 1 and & ;#.,..ir,4__r L ? MRMOKIAI.S AND HESOLt'TIOSH! -.--____________ 4 CeaSe Pe, W."
MOI. tn. ou- .
lot pictui .... I 10 grainedWalnut. Eo'y Out FoCI Glass Brooker mixed up one recipe of one-fourth cups sugar. 1 teaspoon _- : 4Adr ., ;-
isis Control V vanilla 2 1 water 2 .
Mahogany r eian4 eggs, cup ;
the mix and divided it with JW : FOR RE Furnished tint floor
.Oak colon. (Walnut alar) S Spotlitt Dial tablespoons salad oil. apartments. Close in desirable unfurnished
each other They reported that F -' S cation. All conveniences. W. 10h H.Nollman nus. Inquire at Bus Station. ItchgFOK
Add to mix. Stir well. Beat '
sugar 228 W. Madson St.
their families liked it so well they ttcbe HALK-Pent* process treated
$249.95 used all of it in two days. eggs until lemon colored add fence posts 4 miles fiottti' on JUi.
vanilla, salad oil and water. Add FOR RENT-or Leas*-Johnson's Green Ualcten Post Co. Uc/ig
Making up a quantity of 25 2 Farmer Supply Building. Phone WO44'i14 .
S .one-half of liquid to dry ingredients ___ tfrhg I. WE HAVE A new loan program for
saves time and
PORTABLE AC 7Vr cups this recipe is and blend until smooth. Add farmers. Loans ot 1 to 6 year

cheaper than the bought mixtur rest of liquid and blend. Pour into Sponsored by members of the Madison Street Church WANTED-Listings of Retirement I for the entire credit require.
ilJD1 It also yields as many products. Baptist Homes, Large and small acreage meats of the farmer and nU fam
two 8-inch greased lined cake and residential property reasonably ily. Gainesville Production Cred't
,t Every member of the family can pans. Bake at 375 degrees for 25 priced with terms. Have buyers if Association. CO aorta Main
J;. ;
4 turn out delicious foods when astart property suitable. Strout Realty, Oalnesvltle, Fla. tfch*
.. minutes.
'4 Ice as desired. Johnie hansen Rep. P O. Pox 307,
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A 14"ev C:09.:: 11IO. F. is made
V 104 10,. in. rectangular \ ;"w with this mix. With The 4-H Clubs Starke, Fla. 5 ml S of Starke on U. i RADIOI BEPAIBED
i 4' pictvt "'* 'I[} This mix will make just about S No 801 ln-hg All Makes AU ....
Eight 4-H Clubs have been organized < le..I. Charges .
hSl .rvic.. Hted anything from a plain biscuit I to MIKPHERU'g RADIO A TV
octios with horizontal a birthday cake. One recipe whichis in Hampton Lawtey, I I I. Immum Qrttm Owsier ,
chmijt which liltS no given below will I Brooker and Starke. There are yet KEROSENE tit W.' fall St. Fhose W04-4.tl
yield about 10
printed circuit family-sized bakings. 3 more clubs to be organized this SMOKELESS ODORLESS j|. Stark, Tie.'r-

SlIOhaI'..ictvrtl..bo ; _ _ AU-Purpose Mix month. ;. FOR SALE-14 In z, 11 ft steel
15.9 Per Gal culvert pIpe 11.25
,. ClnoloMrichiriClau Five pounds ,all purpose flour, The girls have started their RELOCATION OF i[ I Ing lots for sale ft U ALSO Sjuth Build.Oat

.T.TlMUAtMttrable ________ two' and on -half cups dry milk 1 projects and will exhibit their AT YOUR IMPERIAL i I Low Subdivision. Low down payment.

..,h-I. lip'". solids,, one-half cup sugar, three- work at the county fair in the 4-H I JArKKO.N monthly, Phda payments.W01-4I11 e[BILLY. Ce..
All. 71 Ccbaiia" M4.l fourths cup baking powder 3 council booth reports Patricia tral! Truck Lines. tfchg
.. fat Matt l.m &1411a.litht..iIIt. .. IEaiyI Pellum. .-
LltNweitIll Miimiry. ". *<...,. U t...- tablespoons salt, 2 tablespoonscream president. Hiway 301 North Starke ONE BEDROOM farnlabe -

4., c."M, .; '.----= Portia Ctoy coloi. of tratar, 2 pounds vegetable Medals will be awarded at the LEWISMOTOR for rent Phone W04-40I1.apartments W.
shortening.Pour next meeting to members who did T. Jackson tfchgGENUINE
----Tj64.9s: T. flour from package into outstanding project work. last Building Supplies. Used lumber 01aU ENGRAVED Wedding In
large types, windows, door, plumbing vitation with double
a pan.Add envelopes
powder, year.A used tin roofing. Used Cypress for 121.95. 100

.. .. ... dry milk solids sugar and salt. judging team of four girlswill benches Ideal for any outdoor use, Bradford. Cour'r Telegraph ttn'IIT -
$1.00 per ft., 8 to 12 ft long. Phone
; Sift all together once. Cut the] go to Tallahassee Saturday.Nov. W. T. Jackson Transfer, LISTED

NEW 1959 "JfHlTH: I shortening into the mixture with 1, to participate in the Home CO. o Central Truck Lines tfchg ,

-I pastry blender or with two Judging Contests held in connection eF Complete 2 bed room stucco home
OR RENT 2 bedroom furnished on paved street in residential
knives done by drawing the with the North Florida' ouse with car port. newly decoated tion. Large living room.. hardwood sec

TABLE TV knives across each other until Fair. Last year our senior team on Walnut St. Inquire at 73JN. floor, closets large porch. Large
Thompson SL 1 lot and beautiful
mixture looks cf girls tp grounds. Price
''I' like commeal. won second place. The
.. OVID'LE\\1S OWNER Just $7.000.00 with $3.250.09 down,
everett III. ,
21" s.
Ii! 252 in. rectangular ,Store in gallon jars or large tin girls were Patricia Pellum, Judy .' FOR SALE-Missouri Minnows and balance $49.00 per month.
.' sq. containers with tight lids. This ;! Kelly. Virginia Parrish and Lynn Khinners. Curtis Akrldge, 60S W.

't, P'cturt.!Handcrafted area. horizontal; recipe will fill 1 and one-half gallon Perint.' FROM TEMPLE AVE. LOCATIONTO Adklns St. 1 tp FLORIDA REALTY CO.t
5c1)fM) cSenis with a.tircu .printed jars. Store at
:ill ',* room temperature lie ACRE FARM IK \. Walnut It. $tarke. Fl&
? until used. ..
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Pt 120 A fenced, modern 2 bed rm.
witS All'recipe
measurements used I Termite Control d dwell fur., barns 1-2 ml
paved -
(C".IeM smi$ .ny Face) Glass U'e level and made with standard I ONE MILE SOUTH OF STARKEON road frontage. Price $15,00000. WANTED-Man with power lawnmower

SoerliteDIalI2J11 measuring cups and spoons. By| FOR DEPENDABLE .OOO.OO down, terms on bal. ,. fOil S Redgrave to !mow and clean' up vard{ .

. ( *et(y) ising standard'equipment FLORIDA tp
you cane U. S. HIWAY 301 REALTY CO..
TW w12221.. iA.allablo e SwnXiM Picture TebV .
HooaehoM aPeatOoatrol or STAKKE FOR RENT At
> sure the things make will OouunercM Lawtey-Z bedroom
Eos Out Face Glow :
y III N.Valaut St. T.I.fO 1.sel 1 L unfurnished house near First
7221TJ or Maioon color Ban-
PultPwJiOaOflControl urn out each time. list church. Contact Mrs.
(UJJIt) toM oiloblo at Jovoe
.ittS QII.,' tE,*" aole.) For mere information on mixes, Complete Facilities for of Futrh. phone 8T 2-SSS3, '- It'ht
&Ma-tdgklly kihir) Tone Control S Grove Spraying Repairs FOR RENT-Unfurnished two bedroom
write to the Home Demonstration house with all modern con- FOR RENT 2 nicely fur, acts..
.95 Agent, Box 267; Starke and ask veniences. William Silcox, I mile heaters. Adults. $6. per. mo. .a.I
189'IINKLER Call FR 6-2661 All Kinds All on old Blandlnp: Rd. Itp E11'4" ln<'. Phon WO 9.1545.
tor Bulletin. 164. "Mixes Made at : on TypesAutomobiles tfl!

Home." Itjis free. NOW. The ultimate In prestige. 500 I FOR'REXTFurnlshld ,
Florida Peat garage
Control] ENGRAVED business cards. $1U5 I Apartment. All electrie
Sir .
Biscuits [All Purpose MIII'o (price includes plate). Never before, J. )I. Mitchell. 305 W, wtateon *
ELECTRIC SEVICEPHONE 3 cups All Purpose & Chemical Co. engraving at this low price. ttl'hl'St.
Bradford County Telegraph tf. ,
thlrds'cup'water. COLUMBIA $H J5 Hi Fj
NE Place mix in bowl. Add water all 24'N.W.I8tkAys.cIne.vIflje / IRA ALLEN MECHANIC FOR SALE-J wood 2!" x 38" windows Player holds IS record. 111Voodea Record
WO 4-4081 234 N.
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complete with interior trim I cabinet with fours legs- '
at once. Stir until all mix is'wet and eztr.
Florida and copper screens. Both for $10.00. speakers. Xmas SP0eIarg f
and blended. Turn out on lightly Alfred Celuan, Rt 1 Box 103, Gift Shoppe for U1Ui.' onJ7'Dahmen
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Keystone Council Approves Dermody II

I Has Exciting

As Chief Of Police; Buys New Car Jri; Joyce and Marry RothhammcrAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i'Summer Tour

William J. (Bill) Dermody was From Melrose, Fla. to Melrose,
appointed Chief of Police to suc- Captain and Mrs. W. O. Phillips Scotland, with lots of stops in be-
ceed Wallace M. Muhlhofer at a farm 4. and family of Barksdale Air Base, I tween-all packed into a wen- 1 T ,
recessed meeting of the Keystone Louisana visited last week with i iderful 24- month tour of Europe.
Heights City Council held Thurs- his sister and her family Mr. and "That in brief tells the story of
day night Oct. 16. The regular to Mrs. Henry O. Williams and family exciting summer spent by Wil
Council meeting on Oct. 14 was r 14w liam Chiappini a 1958 graduateof
recessed in order that members S Mrs. J. J. Hanks has returned Melrose High School. 1j
could attend an Area Vlll economic i home after spending three weeksin Few high school grads are privi-
survey meeting in Starke. Hawaii visiting her son and leged to enjoy such a nice treat ,,
DermodY' appointment com- when I daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. and William earned his way witha {
pleted a: 100 per cent turnover on Since Mike Hanks, and their adorable group called Winant Volunteers,
the Keystone police force due to had .1 daughter Debbie. Mrs. Hanks is named for America's ambassadorto '
the ,departure of Muhlhofer and .' ner former Beverly Ross. Both Beverlyand Great Britain during World r
the resignation of Ray Chance rabid I Mike were graduated from War II.Started.
who 'was recently appointed director I.{ Melrose High School. Mrs Hanks in 1947 the r
b '.1. ';-:.' program -- .. ......
of Civil Defense for Clay 1 .. .,..,,, reported a wonderful time, and makes it possible for American
County. for the only trouble was that it had college youths to spend a summer William Chiappini
With Dermody as new chief, the '!, the to end. This was the first time working in East Lcndon. In the j
city has employed George s. Hill the she hid seen her ten-month-old I first few years, their time was boys from the club.
as night man on the force. the } v x: granddaughter.Mr. primarily spent in "clearing up" I In August, William was sent to
Dermody is a former mayor of and Mrs. George Clemons badly bombed areas and helping Switzerland to assist with another

Opalocka, Fla., where he also f fft. In _ and John and George Allen were with youth club work. Now the youth group for ten days' mount-
served as city manager and mu- are ; m recent visitors to Daytona Beach program is more of a social na- ain climbing, swimming, and
nicipal judge for two years. riia ful Firemen Celebrate and Oak Hill. tcurs. After that he and an A-

most recent 'employment was as tacts Mr. and Mrs. E. John Nelson I ture.Young Chiappini went with a merican friend topped off their
office ,for Marchant I summer with ten days of hitch-
manager and daughter Cecelia spent the group of 40 students. 20 boys, and
Lumber Co. in Arcner. and pnor to Of School With Party weekend at the home of Mrs. Nel- 20 girls, from all parts of the U. hiking in Scotland, and it was on
that he served a term as police Bill Dermody checks in at son's sister and brother-in-law, this trip that he spent one night in
S. from
Flying New York on June
chief in Keystone. city hall after his appointmentas of the Melrose, Scotland which he foundto
Keystone Charlie McGlave were in chargeof Mr. and Mrs. George Clemens. 18, they landed in Prestwick
At the Council meeting last Chief of Police of KeIrone'IIt' For Fire Dept. held the entertainment and other They all attended the Gator Growl Scotland, the next day. After four have nothing in common with

Thursday City. Clerk C. H. Hab- rhts. Of party" in the Fire- arrangements. As an icebreaker and the Nelsons took in the activities days of orientation they left by his home town except the name.
erstroh read. a communicationfrom his of the matter were referred to a night to cele each guest was given a card bear- and the game in Gaines- train for London. After on eventful summer, the
Muhlhofer submitting committee composed of Attorney success in the ing the photo of a famous person. ville Saturday.
William to
Chief of Police, as i was assigned Stam- group arrived back in New Yorkon
resignation as Myron Prevatt, and Councilman! College Training He could not see the photo however Mr. and Mrs. Lavelle McGee and ford Hill Boys' Club, Jewish
of Sept. 20. He then read a let- I at Keystone. and had to a Sept. 12 and scattered to their
Ownbey, Dodd, and Wiggins.A died inquire of every- family attended the wedding of group in north London. His most
ter from Mayor M. L. Beasley letter was received from Mrs. was climaxed with one else "Who am I?" After the one of their relatives in Orlando important job was just talking to respective colleges and universities.
dressed to Muhlhofer under date
of Oct. 14, advising the former F. W. Doying requesting refund of the a frame structure i winners had been determined a Saturday. the members in small group, try- William is currently enrolled
chief that the suspension effected taxes paid in the years 1956, 1957, [ ] with the firemen buffet supper was served in the Many of the 'Me1rose residents ing to correct their surprising at the University of Florida
and 1958, because of a recent hand experience in recreation annex. Afterwards attended the Homecoming Parade misconceptions of America.
Sept 19 was made permanent as
of Oct. 14.Following. opinion of the Attorney General the blaze. there were more games and bingo and Gator Growl and also the During his two-month stay at

discussion Councilman relative to homestead exemption.The N. W. Hardenbergh with circulating prizes. When an Florida-Vanderbilt football game. Stamford, he saw many of the Come To The FAIR!
Fred Dodd moved that the I request was denied and clerk man with a diplo- alarm clock went off at an un- Most of those at the game got a historical sites of London, and attended

action of the Mayor in dismissing : instructed: to advise Mrs. Uoymg. He i him to be sure designated tune those holding good soaking. the opening service of OCT. 27 NOV. 1st.
the Chief of Police 'be approved.The I The clerk advised that satisfac- his wife as adequate prizes were permitted to keep Thursday Oct. 16, the Melrose Lambeth Conference at Canter- -
motion 'seconded by tion of mortgage on the Kire De- I them. Dancing was also enjoyedto Lions Club held a covered dish bury Cathedral. In July he went'on ''
was. A
he had been
had been juke box music. dinner and ladies night to welcome FUN For The Family!
Councilman G. E. Wiggins and partment equipment :ville, entire week. a two-week camping trip to
passed. properly recorded with the Clerkof by About 20 couples enjoyed this new members At a previous the Isle of Wight with some 100
J. P. Hall Jr.. t Chief Deputy the Court. all Bill Beam and event. I meeting,_ they. endorsed n______ the__,_ new -
Sheriff of Gay County, advised Attorney Prevatt presented a bus service from Melrose to Gain- ;r arer..,""alK'"'r-r a- -.r #,'c+ Tf n'w.-vxt+lMMRr -
the Council that Civil Director resolution endorsing the application HIGHLIGHTS esville and Melrose to Jacksonville.The .
Chance would require ,a two-way of Tamiami Trail Tours, Inc. Lions Club plans to carry out
radio in his car and asked that to the Florida Railroad and Pub- By Mary K. Schaeffer
the radio presently in the Keystone lic Utilities Commission for per- -4 [Continued on next Page

police curiser be transferred. mission 'to operate a bus line sent Holds the vicinity of the post office,
Mayor Beasley demurred" and 'suggested'that through Keystone Heights. B. M. i starting about 9:30: until sellout.If WANTED CUSTOMERSIn r
the Civil Defense Department Tench of Gainesville attorney fort the Keystone Heights you 'have Starke, and Keystone 'HeightsFOR
4 any special preference
.ink provisions'for the e ,.bus company,' explained, the 'met, at the club or' want to'order a pie or, FRESH EGGS50c
director's radio. Mr. Hall said' he matter to council and the resolution -I the Oct. 14, for cake, call Mrs. Herb Nelson at ,;
had no desire,to,deprive the town .was, adopted as presented. of this new 3931,
or Everett Fox
at 4148.
Same Price All Round
of the of the radio and would Year
use Tench asked the council to appointa
that Rummage Sale MikeThe
Jr. Huntley Sr.
Huntley ,
see what could be done in line representative to attend a pro- Watkins. the new Don't forget to WILt DELIVER TO
come down to
with the Mayor's suggestion. He |posed hearing on the application the ladies HOMES
: Community Church
Women'sRummage f
also outlined plans for a Junior i I to be held at a future date in lice attendance at the Sale this SCHOOLS earns Say:
League for boys to acquaint them Gainesville.The Friday and
Co. Meeting in 'Or-
Saturday. The sale is RESTAURANTS
with the fundamentals of safety treasurer's report indicateda It .x'Y During the in the building being held WE TAKE PRIDE IN ANNOUNCING OUR
recently vacated
and law .
enforcement.J. TESKERt.
balance 31 of $ ,\lU2.-1 BILL
on August the Board of Di- by O. M. Webb's 5 &
A. Wilkie : 10. There
representing the 1, Box 85-C
93; income of 52,9/9.79; disburse- ing Executive Board FALL BARGAIN
Houston Texas 'Natural Gas co.,! ments of $3,154.79; with a balance the regularly and [Continued on next Page! Phone Keystone Height 3674Keystone's
discussed with Council matters on Sept. 30 of $5,764.53. was to make t1tInt
relative way for to the the proposed right ot Councilman Ownbey reportedthat $3.25 membership in the FESTIVAL!
gas line through the the matter of the Bentley estate of Woman's
Final details had not yet been settled and meeting Orlando

I J i! and Keystone the Keystone Heights A0Thui LW\ -- 910 %WASHER with FILTER

Woman's as members Club

Do of the F. F. W. C. Watch for the
paid, and soon
tJ&r will receive the ; 9 'p:? opening \ \ Plus

"The Florida k .

E-A-R-L-YH said member her aim of was the COMPLETE' LINE of MatchingDRYER

would projects reflect so ToysGifts .

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chairman was Y': : .
J make her report on
the year's activities. -
reminded everyone Party (2 Pieces)

Federation Meeting !t enas ,, ',' .
Nov. 5, and ,the Favors I Never Before
Meeting in High
6. And of course, Lawrence Boulevard
ON ALL Keystone Heights Did Your

which everyone KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 1

Splendid Selection ,: so'in hard.the, tea annex and FREE Gifts & Favors for Children' and Adults $

J. R. Smith and

%Worthwhile'Gifts ( ; Plans. Bake Sale' .f Bring More!

_. p morning Oct. 25, It s always
St. William's Altar _'
a Bake Sale in FOR YOUR

: \:: OCTOBER 27TH ; : ;: FACTS the right time, ; I $$100 TRADE-IN WASHER OLD

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I can understand show how things a Will Take Care of Down Payment

away_ or how

transmission on { PER WEEK
',.!t so smoothly but PAYMENTS ONLY $3
.' .. these benefits with-
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,' \' :J how they work.

:- : ZQ : understand how J JJ FOR BOTH %Washer &
,: -'k. ( health to so Dryer
but the fact re-

VILLA and else in many has failed.cases I i TO BUY THAT NEW CARWho '

r $ $ $ $ by con- wouldn't spend a few minutes of their time to geta

.;t S. R. 100 long-wanted and long-needed new car? A 'few min
or phone We Meet All Advertised Prices
!. utes is all it takes to show you how easy it is to finance -
&" % The -
your auto purchase through our bank. Stop in this
G. Bellinger
Offices week! to REDFEARN'SWhere

.4-2881 Walnut=; St.Starke THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA

or Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community Service Assured

728 E. University Keystone Heights, Fla. I

Phone 6-3238 GataesvQa ,I Member F.!>J.C. -- -,I Phone 9391 Keystone Heights, Fla.

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a bright idea, please let one of'i the new store window, next to S. trmnnYTvmvvT.nn. 'tTTYTYYYYYYYYY9TY..yy,
KEYSTONE the above-mentioned committee E. McKay's Real Estate Office, McMurtry LadRecovering lor eight nice-sized bass on live

know what It is. Remember, Mrs. starting Saturday. For an evening MELROSE. FLORAHOME ; minnows All the fish weighed. a-
HIGHLIGHTSContinued Mickle is handing out sewing of fun and From [! round 3 lbs. .
entertainment, planto & & .&&. & .Ai AND GRANDINBy I
which you can do at home at odd attend the Halloween Carnival. HOOK :r; r Ir Regret mat we did not set to

AAAAAAAALAAAAAALAAAAAAAA moments. Mrs. Mickle also requests Church News [Continued From Page One] DaneAiiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Hunting MishapKyle i 1 I contact Barnhill's Hshing ramp

( from Page 1) that you save your old hose, First Baptist Church 'N UNE ..VI'Jim on Lake Santa Fe. Perhaps we

which win be put to use. Stock-j Jhe First Baptist WMU met at .a. youth program for its annual ] can get a two-week report, from
are lots of things there that reject this year McMurtry, Jr., 15-year-old I
you ings-not
garden hose.] the church Tuesday morning Oct. : Mr. and Mrs. John McLeod there next week. '_ ,.
might like to have at reasonable I School News sen of Mr: and Mrs. Kyle Mc-
Morning Coffee Planned 14, at II o'cloclt..Mrs. J. D. Pay- and children of St. Augustine are I eeeeeeee.e .e .
prices.; It locks as though Melrose will Alurtry, is reported to be recovering -
Woman's Club Bazaar On Tuesday Oct. 28, the Keystone ton, program chairman, presented I finally have a band. A represent- house guests of Mrs. McLeod's in a Jacksonville hospital after Miller, who lives at Rut-
JIeights Woman's Club will the Royal Service program- ative of a music firm visited Mel- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and l ledge's Fishing
November 15 is the date for theWoman's .being seriously injured in a hunting Camp and Trailer eEVERYTHING-
hold its first Social of sisted by Mrs. Ted Mrs. Marshall Strickland, here
Meeting Oglesby. Mrs.
Club Bazaar. Mrs. HelenK. rose High last week and gave an I occident Sunday afternoon. Court, caught his limit of bass r
the new season It will be a combination E. L. Brice, Mrs. Fred Ellis, and this week. I, t

Phelps, chairman and her aptitude test to the students who | Young McMurtry and two companions [8]-all nice size in Lake Geneva
open house and morning Mrs. Cora Marehburn. Mrs. J. R. Austin Miller: was taken to the | last
committee have been hard at were interested in playing in the Pat LaMee and Veasey week. Mr. Rutledge tells us YOU
coffee. It will be held in the club i Smith gave the devotional. The Bradford County Intarke ,
Hospital that -
He decided which Speckled Perch
instrument have
work to make it a profitable, en- Walker) were hunting on property been NEED
joyable affair. .These ladies are house from 10 a. m. until 12 noon. meeting was concluded with a each student was best suits< last Friday and is reportedto known as Byrd's addition, near biting in Grandin Lake and Santa

as follows: Dinner chairman, Mrs. Everyone is urged to come, and prayer by Mrs. Margaret Waite.A *d to play. He returned Monday ; be seriously ill. the keystone school when the Fe. Dr. "Sonny" Haynes of LIVE BAIT BOATS

Sara MacDonald; Needle Work, the hostesses have gone to great covered-dish luncheon was served and rented or. sold the instru- Mrs. Paul Hubner attended Starke, caught his limit of "Specs"in -- COTTAGES
Mrs. Irene Mickle; Surprise Pack- lengths to make this pleasant for during the noon hour. Mrs. ments to the student's parents., church services at Paran Baptist .accident occurred. The boys were Little Santa Fe recently.
walking three abreast
R. a
ages Mrs. Vesta Aiken; Food, everyone. Chasteen 4s social chairman. 'The wheels that will give Mel- Church in Grandin last Sunday bird was flushed 'and LaMee fired Mr. Lawrence at Walker's tellsus RUTLEDGE'S

Mrs. Lu Nelson; Decorations Mrs. Carnival Eagerly Awaited I Young Adults of the First Bap- rese High ,their annual yearbook evening; at it. Another shell was pumped of a Mr. Kcdat. who lives on 1 Mi. South of KeystoneOn

Bee Cooper: White Elephant.'Mrs. Friday evening, Oct. 31, theP tist Church Training Union enjoyed next spring are beginning to turn. Mrs. Marshal Strickland accompanied into his 16 gauge shotgun, which Brooklyn Lake, who caught seven Route 100

Kheva Nelson: and Fish Pond, T. A. will hold its annual Hal- a chicken supper in the Ed- The goal of the Annual staff, with the following young fired again, accidentally, wounding -

Mrs. Mae Henderson. The Junior loween Carnival at City Park. This ucational Building on Tuesday Marcia Hillard as editor and Max- people< to. the Florida University I McMurtry in the stomach. -

Woman's Club will serve a lunch- year the carnival is in charge of evening, Oct. 14, 'with 24 class ine Jones as co-editor, is to make Homecoming Parade in Gainesville LOCAL MANAGER FOR"World's
Frank Harris, and he and his members present. this the best The injured boy was brought to
eon at noon, while dinner-stif be i I yearbook the school last Friday afternoon: her Bradford
served in the evening.If committee have been hard at New Class officers are: Mrs. has ever had. Good luck! two daughters 'Hene and Linda County Hospital, wherea '

you have a special talent or work for several weeks. The pa- James Price, president: Tommy Sue blood transfusion was given,
The FHA girls held a meeting, Strickland, Miss 'Barbara and he
was carried to Jacksonville
rade will from the Jim Walter
start at 5:30
: Dasher, vice president and Mrs.
Oct. 9. to initiate the new mem- Jean< Turner, Mrs. Carol HanSen Corp.
Firehouse and those who to
Harold Ridaught secretary. Group Brown
KEYSTONE bers. Puns were made for paint- Larry and Ray Renfrew.
take part will assemble at 5 p. m. Captains are Mrs. J. D. Payton,
ing the gym which is one of the Mr. and Mrs. Ira Larkin of Forte
There will be all kinds of food. .
and Gene Williams.
JEWELERSExpert Mrs. J. R.
projects for the year. One of th j Myers were calling on friends in
so the whole family can eat supper Smith is Bible Quiz Chairman. = Largest Home Builders"
Watch Repairing money making projects is selling Grandin last Thursday afternoon.
at the carnival, making it a St. William's Catholic Church LEE'S DRIVE-IN
Quality Line Jewelry balloons at the ball games. They were up for the Florida University -
real 'night out for Mother. There ,
Walter M. Muhlhofer Weekly Choir Practice has been We are having a big election Homecoming at Gaines- -
will be wonderful groundprizes.which ,
changed from WILL BE IN
Friday evening' to STAKE
may be seen on display in in Melrose for a King and Queen ville.Mr. THEATREPhone
Wednesday evening at 7:30. It is
: of the Halloween carnival. All the and Mrs. Kenneth D. Mayo

felt that this time will be more grades have elected one boy andS| : and Mrs: Mayo's father from 4113 EACH' THURSDAY

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's convenient for all members Mrs. one girl from their class and they Orlando visited Mr Mayo's sister, t

Gladyce Bachmann, choir leader, are running against the other boys Miss Dorothea Mayo, 'and aunt, Keystone Heights, Fla. AT J'
Women's Children's Clothing & Shoes '
urges everyone to attend each and girls nominated. Mrs. Ella Belisario, at Grandin I
week as there is a lot of
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY tion to be made for the Christmas prepara- The candidates from high last Sunday afternoon. Fri., Sat. Oct. 24, 25 STARKE; HARDWARE CO. ;
school are: senior class Charles Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cook and
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner season.Instructions Gaboardi and Jessanna Terrell; children, and Mrs. R. L. Smith, The LONELY MAN : : : P.M.; .
are held )in the 12:30 P.VI.e
TO 6:00 }
Priest's junior class Pat Preston and Bobbie and Debbie Moody from .
study each Monday
even- ,
ing ,for adults and teen-agers. Mark Gaboardi; sophomore class, Jacksonville; visited Mrs. Callie Jack Palance, Tony PerkiM r

Father Dougherty win Jerry Burnett and Judy Harp; Rye and her mother, Mrs. John '
meet the
SURIEWr teen-agers at 7 p. m., and the 'freshman class Oleda Bowen and F. Herring ST., of Grandin. last Sun.., Mon. '- Oct. 26, 27

PAUL'S adult group at 8 p. m. Parishioners Brent Formy-Duval; eighth grade, Thursday. For Appointments Call

,are invited to bring their .Johnny Mathews and Gail League Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Baylessand FRAULEINDana

Melrose Where Friends Meet] friends-or anyone interested in ; seventh grade, John Allen son, Jerry of Perry visited JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collect

r.l learning something of the religion. and Marion Bass. Mrs. Bayless' mother, Mrs. Ethel Winter, Mel Ferrer '' .

FOUNTAIN RENTAL LIBRARY MAGAZINES Junior High Team Holds There will also be a King and Brockman, at Grandin last weekend IN CINEMASCOPE or STARKE WO 4-5311 -

Palatka To 13-0 Los Queen from the elemental ; \ V I ,

!I On Thursday evening, the Key- grades. The candidates are: sixth Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Cough of

stone heights Junior High School grade, Betty Ann Nelson and Jacksonville visited Grandin relatives Closed! Toes., Wed, "If ICs A
FRONT SPECIALS ? Quality Home -
LAKE -- > .
George Usciotto fifth grade SaraBaldwin | -Thur.j'
football Team lost to Palatka 13- ; recently. .For ,Winter
0 i. but fought against terrific odds and John Allen; fourth The Junior Class of the Sunday
White Sand Lake A Good Investment It's A Jim 'Walter Home"Here's
to keep the scoring as low as that. grade, Connie King and Steve School of Paran Baptist Church ; ... !

LOTS AT $1250 For one thing, the Coach Mr. Williams; third glade Lloyd Baldwin elected the ,I following officers .recently I

Duncan. was unable to be with and Marlene Odom; second : Leroy Johnson, President; ..., ._. ,-
These lots are easily reached, require little clearing and his team, but Mike Funderburkedid grade, Pat Harris and Maria" Ya r Laura Strickland! Vice President; -
a good Job of substituting.For brough; first grade Irma JeanTison I Mike Goodman, Secretary; Tommy what makes the 59 FORDS

next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958"S. another, the game was held and Walter D nkla. I Huddiestone, Treasurer; Don-

at the Palatka stadium, a I Junior High Gains Third Victory I. ny Huddlestone, Chairman of

: eNineteen I seems to be a magic.tumber Ways and Means Committee;_and

1 E. rMCftAY.--JEALTQRKeystone field.Another sad fact was that the for the Melrose Junior Joyce Johnson, Assistant Chair-

r original squad had dwindled some High football team. This is the .
'' Heights "Ptone.5701-:;..2051 4151-4209 \ what since the first six-week-per- number they have scored for three:. Callie Rye and son of ;

I iod report cards came out, and i 11 consecutive games. They also.ored Grandin spent last Thursday in _-.e_ -
was necessary to employ two'sixth 19 points to tie in theirfirst Jacksonville on business.

INSURANCE f grade toys Bucky Bunce and| game. Their second gam Mrs. Wm. R. Terry of Putnam
ALL 'nrpEStOF Mike Lovorn. These youngsters was a 0 to 0 tie with Palatka. Hall was a business caller in ar

played a good game, and broughtthe Their third win came Thursda Grandin Monday afternoon.
Wind Storm all lines of Casualty Ifittrance ; ,
We write
Fire ,-squad up to a total of 15 against as they downed Hawthorne 19 ,to Mrs.; .,F:Edward, Hutson- of' Grandin The new}tI Ford x Sunliner end tii'f shi0i
; ,.ud -Bonds. J the approximate 50 on the 0. Joe Johnson scored once plus and her mother and stepfather, the 4-posstnger i lord/Thi/ndtVbi'oi.: :

SPESIAL RATES TO DRIVERS ,,ABLE TO QUALIFY Palatka Squad. the extra point. This was a return Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Ormond of
:Those fans who attended the game; Melrose having won twoweeks Gainesville, spent Tuesday of the:

AS NONDRINKER, game in Palatka were .proud of ago at Hawthorne, 19 to 7. past week at Silver Springs. They mE WOInJD) MOST -'

the Keystone team, and the attractive I Thursday finds them at Palatk were called there due to the deathof -.

WALRATHINSDRANCE'AGENCY cheer-leaders who did I for their second !game and Saturday : MrsHutson's step-grandfather,

much to liven up the game. I they will play Starke at Gary F. Thompson, who passed
"AS AVAILABLE AS YOUR PHONE" Herbert Nelson SpeaksAt Starke. I away that morning. Mrs. Gary F.

Fla. Rotary LuncheonOn I High scorer for Melrose Is Joe' Thompson returned home with
Phone 2731Keystone Heights,\ Friday, Oct. 17, Herbert Johnson with 42 points followedby Mrs. Houston and stayed until

Nelson, local Rotarian was the Donald Williams with 21, John Saturday. The following were also

featured speaker at the regula Allen with 12 and John Harp with guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hutson

weekly Rotary luncheon at the 1. ,We are very proud of these during the week: Mr. and Mrs.

WELL DRIUINGPuinpsServiceTERMS Woman's Club .His subject washis boys, who haven't lost a game. i George C. Thompson and daugh-
favorite ter of Ga. Mr. and Mrs.
hobby: "Ham Radio. The varsity bulldogs came with-, Albany, ; F
AVAILABLE It was also noted that the Key I in one touchdown of defeating', Irvin Ormond, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.

stone Heights Rotary Club is listed ,the Trenton Tigers Thursday I Brooker Mr. and Mrs. 'James

Service Free Estimates among the top ten of District -694 :night at Trenton. Manning Mrs. Nora Harris and Ford new Fairlon.500 Club Victoria
Prompt for attendance. For the past Several J,. R. 'Brooker from Gainesville;
The Bulldogs were led by To m L- *
months, the weekly attend I and R. Bryant from Ocala. Mr.
my';Bass who scored on plays of I 3-
ance has averaged 91.50 cent, j Thompson was buried at'Barden
RALPH E. MATHEWSP. Personals .twelve, three and .four yards;' ;The last' Friday morning. Mr. and
.Melrose touchdown'came on a' 15-
Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Smith, Mr Mrs. George C. 'Thompson' and
0. Box 528 Melrose, Fla. and .yard pass from Emory Cross to daughter --: .
Alderman.), Mrs. A. G Charles returned home to A-! e
Gaboardi. These two boyswere
5-5101 Loudon Mrs. Cora Marshburn,' bany, Ga. and Mrs. Gary Thompson } /
PHONE GR also responsible for the only[ '
and Mrs. Ruth Haire attended the to her home in Silver Springs
successful extra point of the game.
I Santa Fe River Associational | the end of the week.
With 45 seconds left in the
Meeting in Archer, last Thursday' game ,Mrs. Eugene S. Brantley of .
KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY Oct. 16. Next year, the Associationis Melrose kicked off and recovereda Grandin was a business visitor in
Trenton fumble the
on Tigers'
invited to hold its meeting i in Palatka last Monday afternoon.
38 yard-line. Three plays rushed
DEPENDABLE 21-HOUR SERVICE Keystone Heights. Rev. Smith has sarw
the. ball to the one-yard where
invited to be the speaker. fYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYBIJIE
time ran out before. the Bulldogs
Mr and Mrs. Lou Muir and Ford'i new9pojjengsr
Day Phone Nile Phone could get another play for a score +
children Wan I
Margaret Country
SAF-GAS ; ,,and Johnny,, LEVEL
435i 435i 2582 spent Sunday at Silver Springs that would have brought, them a ,
tremendous win.
visiting the Reptile Farm andother Sirs. H. BL McKae

COOKINGr. IIEATING.WATER. HEATINGMost ner Ocala at attractions.before the Brahma coming They Restaurant home.had din in are Were sure. Scores real that proud by they quarters of will them win: nextweek. and ..auu.ua.waauaaa.aeWe ., IPJROIPOJRJRNIEJD(()) ) CCA.lS)

Complete Line of !House Heating Equipment In North Mr. .And Mrs Charles Cassin- Melrose 06l3 25 had good attendance at

.I Trenton 6 12 0 12 30 Church and Sunday School this
Florida. U You Flan to Add Heat This Winter See Us First elli, of Mullens, W. Va., spent Sunday week To
night with Mr. with; two candidates for say the 59 Ford is "new" is an Thunderbird. And there you have it;: the
and Mrs. B'
Lee. The Cassinellis were enroute"l ST. ANNES' EPISCOPAL Baptism Sunday night. understatement.- For the 59 Ford is much 59 Ford is a perfect blending of Thunder i
We are glad to have.Mrs. Vera
I to Miami to attend the TheatreOwners CHURCH Mitchell more: it's a brilliant kind of newness. bird elegance with the world's most beautiful
of America convention The Rev M. H.8reyf ogle Minister.S with us again after her
J 4'x8'x3-4" Sheetrock Service three months vacation in California It's a newness of beautiful proportions!
BUILDING with Headquarters at the Americana : 9:00: a. m. proportions! ..

1.55 Sheet Hotel, ,Miami Beach., Mrs,: Parish Night Supper: Third Friday also with had friends- and relatives. not a bulky, "padded shoulder" look, but There's a happy ending, too.The 59 Ford

SOPHIES Lumber Hardware Paint Lee.left 'on Monday morning with .6:30: p. m. Shq to pfexfco. a sight-seeing trip a classic rightness of space, size and is a masterpiece of underpricing! \\\it y

Cement Concrete Blocks the Mr. Lee Casslnellis-for,Miami .Beach. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. and Mrs., Han and. Mrs. line. It's a departure from the humdrum not come in and Action Test one of therein
; a member'of T. O
Precast U Lintels A., left on Tuesday tally: to Miami KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLAJ. Mitchell 'were Sunday dinner cars to the exciting elegance of the beautiful new Fords today? ,
R. Smith I
AU Lengths pastor.: Ralph guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Beach to attend the convention Copeland Minister of Music .
and Wljitehead-and family. H -
Lighting Fixtures which will be concluded on "
k. church organist. Mr. ( W.
Mrs. t
Rudolph of
Sapp I
'a i Saturday of this week. fNEW
ROY W. TYRE Services
: Sunday School. 9:45a. : Northside were visitors ef Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wistrup are m. Morning Worship, 11 a:' m: and Mrs. A. J. Fender and family
BROOKLYN SUPPLY'HOUSE visiting their son-in-law and Training Union 6:45: Evening
p. m, ; Friiay afternoon of last week.
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Donald
services 7:30 : m.
p. Mrs. Viola Chesshire returned
French of Manlius, N. Y. The
''Phone"2741 Keystone Heights, Fla. purpose'of their visit was to meet St William's Catholic Chapel 't home Sunday afternoon after r

I their Keystone Heights spending two weeks with her ,
brand; new grandson. Donald t
I Alan French, who was bom the Sunday Mass at 8:30.. m.to !,mother j Mrs. Ida- .Ellis who has 59 ford awarded NEW!! Save up to 5 cents NEW! A simplified, |ow.

first part of the month. Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m.Tuesday been, in, for several months,,We Gold Medal for beautiful on everygallonof gasoline! 'cost' Automatic Drive !

Frank Walrath.m, sporting Mass at,8:00: a. m. I wish her a speedy recovery". She proportions by the Comite Every standard Ford engine Team this all-new F rdo-
Cold Weather Ahead! r bandaged hand. It seems that Confessions before all Masses; is 89 .years of age.- Fran a l de l'l gance atSix or Thunderbird V8matic with Ford's.'Mfleage

S he. was stretching .. Omebarbed- Baptisms marriages and instructions' Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis visit- BrusseIi'W rl '(Fair. You'llthrives on regular gas at rtgMaler Six or' Thunderbird

BE PREPARED CALL wire on Saturday morning, and by appointment.- ed' his sister Mrs. Newn Mott of admire the crisp styling of ular prices. And with Ford's V-8 and enjoy automatic

the wire was too tight, and.broke: CO1DIUXITY CHURCH OF BIPoker Wednesday of last week. the new Thinline roof, the super-efficient, Full-Flow oil driving at a price'idthin

CANDY'S -FUELIWERYICE i I in his hand.ReneeDelete. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS robert Starling made a business fresh, straight-through look filter )ou .change oil only at e\eryone's car budged'Witho'f
had a birthday on Dr. James D. Pait. Organist trip to Panacier last week. the big picture'windows 4000 miles instead of the nearly a third fewer pam,

October 12, so on October 13, her: Choir Director. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mercer of that surround lOUt 1000 often recommended. upkeep costs.are'tower.;.too!

: father, 'Bill ;Bel< e, took her, her: Services: Church School 9:43: Dade City spent Monday with Rev. ...

sister Suzanne, her brother Billy,,I ajn. Morning Worship 11 a.m. and} Mrs. W. E. Hall.

and her friend Julie Walker )!rs. Mona Shaw of Jacksonvilleand Get that NEW FORD FEELING
i I to her i in the cars \%Thunderbird elegance
daughter,- Mrs. Russell 4 '
tar the
PHONE 9271: day. j&frX
.S Come To The FAIR! Carter of the State Farm visited
k It. the H. M. McRaes last. week.
: #'O17'LL 1.0\1>: .u.e now ; '' "Mr. and Mrs. V E. Thorntoniad
'KeystonetlriJdttS OCT. (
: Fla. brook pnrse-slze fountain. peas la NOV. 1st.. children of Starke and Mr. IrrERWILLEG'ARMQTQ -

r ,pastel shades. Only $1..., M JtraA t.r and Mrs. Jack Parker of Crosby

I ford County Telegraph. FUN For The Family! like .visited the H M. McRaes Florida 'Phone WO 4-3381206 W. Madison St.

Sunday.. Starke

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::: %S. 1958 .

I VVVTy'vyyyyTyyyygyyyVyV' ''Clyde Hiftttfamily-ofCrystal illEdwardsMrand MisDavid)400re tha Bales and.tJaughters and the vited to attend. Former disc jockey rr:r L. A. Sampson pastor": : 111;.

LAWTE'YB1 River. and Mrs. R. R. Thede of L. R. 'Greens Sunday.Mr. Melvm G ace, "The Deacon" will I I hold regular ,Trustee DaY'81lr.t.l';
Reception Held
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Fay Durban of have ,
iLCUUROHNEIS one night during the with Sunday School' JO m.
I Rev_ nd Mrs. Earl Moses were Billy Torode of ainesvi1le.Mr. Jacksonville /1
Mr..and Mrs. week, Watch this
1 paper for the SuP :. Irene Thomas in charge.
: kin. Jojct 'IU1k honored at a reception given by daughter; and Mrs: ,D."B. Thomas and Ed" Durban and the U C..Wata-' 'date. of. his. appearance. The con- Morning worship at Ilia. m.,
the members of the chtrCh'on visited the Melton Wrights
on Sunday.Mr. testier attendance to the annual I
&&ai&AstiAALaaAa A LAA. ..A&. Clarices evening worship at 6 p. m. Mis-
(u'IiAL L -. rn. Saturday evening 'Oct.: 11 on the in Macclenny and Mr. and and Mrs. Earl Padgett and assembly 'which, will ':Ie held in sionary meeting will be' held at
Methodist Homecoming HeldThe old Strawberry shipping! lattorm. Mrs. Lawrence Hamilton in Baldwin ,
.. family spent Saturday with Mr. Miami, is now going on. The contestants the home of the President E. :J.
annual. Homecoming. at the After the Tastor and his wife were Sunday. and Mrs. Lige Douglas in Martha
'. i Lake .are Ann Lane,, Givens, 730 Pine.Street,at 4 p. m.
Presbyterian ChurchFriday At The Tabernacle Methodist:'Church was one' of, the introduced to the people of 'the Guests of Man i" JfrL L. P. Butler. They were.in.Callahan on Regina, Ellis and Beverly Ann I All members and friends are muted "

1- ,. best attended'and" uiostenjoyable community and the singing of Rufuse -and Joan last week were I Sunday to get Mr" Padgett'? m'o'threr. Strong..Support these young ladies to attend. .Junior Church

Adult 'Choir "-practice 8 ''QcsPel Tabernacle services during events ver 'held at the church.'rbe' several spiritual hymns, refreshments Mrs! A. J. Davis and,daughter, and I Mrs.Ida,Padgett, who: will. visit and help them win a free trip to meeting each Tuesday at'5 p. m.

P. -m. the.past. two weeks:have.been Special music and The .sermon were served to the following Jerry Davis'of Fort Myers, and them for a,few days.Mrs. Mia'mi "December. Please help Miss May Lois Morris is president.The .
Sunday-Church School for all which was delivered Rev. guests: Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Miss 'Carol'Barnes 'of t.PeUrs- 'the
in charge of the Sunday School. by "Charles: Cox' of St rke and contestant of your choice. W. general rally for the church

ages. 4:45: a. m. Morning Worship. ,Superintendent Bi E. McRae, in Troy .M. Wakefield of Gainesville, Rcberts, Mrs. Effie Miner, Rev. burg. Carol and Jerry attended Mrs. teye. ,Starting Jr. pent the Strong, reporter. beautification will terminate on

sermen'by-Rev. Tom Ellis of ,San- the!; absence ,of Ihe sponsor. J.,T. & former'pastor, WiU,1: ,,long be" remembered Sanf ord Mayo Pastor of Methodist school here 'many, y ars ago. weekend ,with their husbands, who "Ebenezer Baptist Church Sunday Oct. 26 at the evening

land Training Center, Gainesville, Quigley, who is 111 in the Gaines- ,:"by 'those' present Due Church Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs.' Hoye Hague and are employed In '}.fIakn ,. Ebpezer Baptist Church Rev. worship hour. All clubs and groupsare

11 ..-nt. Youth fellowship .61*. m. due hospital. to Inclement weather the basket, Moore and family:Mr. and'Mrs.: family and Mrs', Loistl re visited 'Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zac k' of Jack i E, :D. Robinson. pastor' held regu asked to make a final report.

Tuesday-Women flf' the Church Members the Tabernacle' fellowship lunch was's rved in- 'the' annex of. b. J. Anders Mr. and Mrs: Arthur the Bud' Hagues. "in Alachua'Sun sonville were yeekend guests of lar service on Sunday starting Principal Eddie Thompklns is

general meeting 8 p. m. are glad to hear that Mr. the church.:. I Pearce. Mrs: "Troy Bennett and I day. Mr. and Mrs../,'L.. S. Tanner and with Sunday School at 10 a. m., chairman of the trustee board. We
Among the gr&ndsmi. Wayne. Mr.;. 'and Mrs. Re V. and Mr H. J. Williams Supt.. Henry Bryant in
Quigley is improving and hope he out of town guests family.Mrl ,. .. charge. are asking that you remember: all
CARD OF THANKS will soon be able to return home. were Mr. and Mrs. Al Perser, B. E. Reddish. Mrs. 'Milo Smith an'd family were Sunday dinner : and Mrs.:Clifford ''Johns and Mcrning'sermon by the pastor. At' our sick members with your visits

The kindness and sympathy Sunday morning meetings are Savannah, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. and1 family :Mr. and Mrs*. Tom guests 6ft Mr.; and,.Mrs.: }IaroldGray' daughter of Jacksonville visited 3 p. m. the funeral of the late. and prayers and donations. ,Sister

neighbors and friends in our re- being" conducted by Rev.:Clarence Norton :Jr.,Mr. and.Mrs. Werner Casey. Mr.' and Mrs.' Joseph tar and family in Jacksonville, the Carl Mosleys on Sunday. Sister L nnie Gibbs was held with I I Helen Smith is still on the sick

cent sorrowt-wdl.-filways' remain ,Dibble, .of.... Penney. Farms.: Dollnig,Misses Arthurine Blanchard ling, Mrs. Mary Reddthh, Mrs. They visited-Mr., and Mrs. F.' S. 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prevatt of the pastor presiding. The rites list of the church. Members, and

with us as a precious memory. TheYoung- People's Class' with and Adel Dinkins and Jackie Buster Bennett Misses Enza Bass there 'in the afternoons Mo 1tri, Ga. visited Frank's were 'attended by family, visitors friends 'are asked to visit her. S.

our sincere thanks and gratitude Mrs. Florence Hipple as teacher Harley, Mr and Mrs. David W. Blanchard and Elizabeth Terry, Arthur Green ,of ,Jacksonville mother, Mrs. SusIe Prevatt Wed and friends: All 'numbers on the E. J, Givens 'reporter.
for, all those ,comforting acts'fhe Js studying the Book, of x John Moore, Mrs. Jack'Briggs. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. 'Glen' Shufbrd, Mrs. Naval Air Station spent 'the. weekend \ nesday. Mrs. Lizzie Prevatt and program were impressive and well I It. Moriah Methodist Church

Family: Ezra Bagman.ilBLE illustrated by flannelgraph pic- Mrs. FrinksWeafand family, W. Joyce Futch and Ralph. Mrs.James with his ,parents, Mr-.: and daughters of 'Jacksonville were rendered. The main eulogy was Mt, Moriah Methodist.church

Yl trrrps. At. the conclusion of the D. P rdy Sr., Mrs.'Emma Adams PhflHps and"daughter of Mrs.: Bill Green. here;. SUndAY---'-- -In--* o- mcit:.-... I i delivered by Rev. W. J., Stronsr.-:. Rf'v.-., .. _TT_.. ._T.. _131_m_.*_**_*_. .n.tn.._ .v.', ."..m.....hnYtf_._

I study, each" child-- -ill-receive--a l Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker and i arke. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Agair and former pastor of the deceased. regular service or Sunday starting

t VERSE booklet containing beautiful pictures sons, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mixon and l Guests of Mrs. Hester Hicks daughter i tof." Jacksonyille spent 'VVv1yvvvyV'ur.yvYVqYyYVRISING' .. The family and friends wishes to with Church School, Assistant

symbolic of each chapter. family, Mrs. Rudolph Thede. }m. and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shuford Sunday wiih Mrs. ,J. S. Norman thank all persons who shared Supt. Lula Jones in charge The

Will ,Edwards Mr! and Mrs.,Bill during the weekend were Mrs. and: the, Howard Normans., their sorrow during the ''bereave morning worship will begirt;' ,at

Methodist Royster and family, Mrs. :G.:. W.. Junior Goolsby] of'Baldwin1nd\ Mrs. Mary Reddish., is.spending ment and every expression of 11 a. m. with the pastor in,charge,

ChurchChurch burham, Danny and Freddy Grif. ftfrs. Marion "Marrs" and son, Jeffrey this week With her son-in-law 'and By IIr .Gordon: JonesAAAAAAiLjAAAAAAAAA'AAAAAa sympathy no matter how small evening worship .at ,7 p. m.. ,After

fin, Mr. and Mrs. W. Fay Durbanall I I -of Jacksonville. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Logan W. was deeply appreciated by every the night service a gospel-song

School. 9:45: a.m. Morn: of Jacksonville, Or. and Mrs. ,Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and Baldwin in Starke, member of the family. "The only feast will be heard eaturin ; Pie
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Junior Mrs. Ma ttie.Carter had week- way to have a friend is to be one".
Earl Roberts and Mrs.. W. M.: daughters and Sam Hicks of Jack- as Mr. and Mrs. Eddie American Quintette ,of Jackson-
Church and ..Nursery'pro .!ded.Morning ,of '' en( guests ;M. dIrs., Nick Jones and Again we thank you one and all.
Blocker : Atlantic Beach: Mrs. sonville: visited Itr. and. MrS;, 0. Carolyn Jones visited ville. You cannot afford to miss
over Mr.
service broadcast POlk ,and .daughter and Mrs. and: The evening services were led by
Robert Reifenstall of Neptune C. Hodges Sund : this wonderful singing.group. You
WRGR each. Sunday from 11:30 I y __ Mrs. Herbert Norman and family :
.41:10 Christobel Valenti pastor and
: all
of Jacksonville. made
Beach.Mr.and hate heard the rest ome
to Mrs. Paul L. Din- Mr. and Mrs. '0. J. Philips were at Lady .,Lake ,over the:"weekend. ,
12. MYF. 6 m. Evening Wor- :
p. : : good financial
with theee be not dismayed; for IOM $hjp, ::7?::30. Come Join inthe fine C. Y. Mayo,'Tampa] Mr. and Mrs. Callahan, Earl Sunday to get their. :and :MisS Carrie" ,Lou Mr., and-Mrs.< : Minza:.Royal> of thank? to Brother Oscar Mitchell, after evening service.:.Ver .,Cole-
thy God: I will strengthen grandsons and Byron Wnlwine -I '
fellowship and singing.LAWTEY" Lakeland and Mrs. fomej pianist
Hart Bell pen't Maggie Nor- for
the*; yet, I will help thee; yea, I Horace Cox, Waldo, Rev. Sanford I lips; their parents', Mr.: and pf Sunday herewith man of Gainesville rendering such man reporter. Mrs. W, Brooks,

will uphoI4 thee with the right 'BAPTIST TO HOLD Mayo. present pastor of the MrsLesllePhillips '; re'in bins- he, Alien Harts' and Mrs. visited. RpbertNorpaan I choir wonderful music for deceased assistant. ,_!_."

hand of wr righteousness. ANNUAL HOMECOMINGThe church: and his parents, Mr. and I jnore to te wifti i Mrs. : Philfis'mother ,fj: ncY"xein& )f last. weekend. president. All members area
Mr. y.and. Mrs. Tom Barry and Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. ;;ked to meet on Friday at Jenkins
Mrs. Claude
Mayo ofOcala. Mrs. Come To The FAIR!
First Mrs/Byfon: Edwin kegister
t Baptist Church of r -
Alice Langford. Lake fatofly.,of puffport,..Miss..arrived Gordon Jones ,visited Mr. and Elementary School for joint
; Butler. M. \he '
Sunday School Lawtey will hold annual Home E. since -< eath of. her stepfather Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Mrs. R. J.. Jon s.oBr oker. choir rehearsal and plans for or-
9:45 AM coming Sunday Oct. 26 with an I Henegtr, Lake City Mrs. Ruth I ,,.B. E:. Register'. : JSelma Eunice ganization. Ranell English OCT. 27 NOV. 1st.
Barthlow and Mrs. Effie 4 and J.Jrf.and..Mrs.ijJad Mr. and Mrs.. Thurman Jones re-
1% all-day service beginning at 10() Mae Miss Mary Ann Motes of Gainesville : porter.
om Worship 11 AM Green ; JTorton ,and, .!amUr. and sons of Starke
and daughter were guests of
a. ,m. A basket lunch will be ser Mrs. was. theW(, ekendaguest ,of ,, Mr""andMrsr Levy Griffis'and Mr. and Mrs.. Victor Jones of Alien Chapel 1 AME Church FUN For The Family!
Training Union 6:45 PM ved on the church grounds at L George-Roberts and: son and I her grandmother Mr Ellie -
noon. Miss ,Miry"Anft Motes dTjGainta- David and Curlls Johns visited Brooker and Mr and Mrs. Mack if, AHea. Chapel I.A. M. E. Church,.

ville,'Freddie Dinkins Avon Park.. *'ner. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Griffith in Jones of Gainesville, Sunday even- ,
Evening Worship 8 PM The New River Baptist Association Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Kirkland and
Singers will be The First Baptist Church I Macclenny Friday.Mr. ing.: The perfect -tribute' to
present t; pas famfly were visiting Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Laurie Carter and
in the afternoon and the tor. Rev. Earl Moses his wif Bayless Highway Baptist
public Bryant Whitfield in Campvilleand a -cherished ,
family of Jacksonville have memory .
is cordially invited to attend. all I and the members, extend 6 cordial I Mr Sflfi Mrs. F. M. Tillman into moved Church will have Sunday services
'Madison Street or part of the services. invitation' to the" community to hi "GainesVlfie; % Sunday. houses.cne of the Oscar Carter. rental atthe: usual hours: Sunday School I

attend their Homecoming which L Miss Debbie Phillips of Palatka at, JO, a. .Morning; Worship at Every funeral that we conduct

HIWAY CHAPEL will be held at the hurch'next spent the weekend with her.brather Effie Mrs. Ruth Barthlow and Mrs. 11:30. a.:.m..",BTU.at $;3Q p. TH.Jand. is a source of sustaining

Baptist Church ASSEMBLY OF GOD next Sunday, ,Ocfv76: ,. ? I Griff and family. visited May Mrs. Green Mae of Middleburg : ;Evening !vWorship t47:30 p. solace and spiritual inspiration
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G. M. Osborne, Pastor Halloween Carnival I Mrs. Daphine Griffis and family m. (. ,. In the familv, ... .
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Saturday night ,it the time fort visited Mr. .and Mrs. Olen Fortune. : -i-- '!-i--- rHu .J.

Worship, 11 a.. m. Evangelistic e bi HALLOWEEN.CARNIVAL ln.Orange, .'Park .Sunday., NEWS dreds"of details are managed and economicalJy -* ,
J. H. .. OF :
Mabry, Jrv Pastor, Service, 7:45.: p.. m. Thursday, which :Will] be.held at the Lawtey The WSCS oj the. Methodist INTEREST TO COLORED : attended to that only a trained and careful

.. ', weekly prayer service. Invitation Junior High School beginning Churc .held its 'busm ss and "!>ro-- CITIZENS' OF BRADFORD COUNTY organization can perform when the urgent need,

.-- Ii extended to everyone. 5:30: D. m. There will, be-, fun--- -forall. -- -gram meeting. ." -ot.- tho-.. .nrnno._._v.._.,.'. By- uzora- J.-, SheD -.. for serving is at hand.DeWITT .
Come and "b'n the whole Tuesday. those present wereMrs.J. ""
family. '. ....... ........ &&&.. -
G. W.
Roberts, Mrs. A.
Church Star The recreation committee will Mrs.
e p. C.Watawrtght.Mrs. Fiesta Hub Ball FUNERAL ''DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE
meet at the many familiar nursery ,rhjmns, -
City Hall R. E.
on Thursday Lee, Mrs. Ed Durban'Mrs. The Fiesta Club
Rev. Lewis D.'Haines;; Pastor I C- evening Oct.; 23rd J:3QJRarents Johnny 'Tye and Miss Enza pre-HaUojve'en Ball will on have Friday a spirituals and gay .songs. The I PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4.2610

interested in good clean sportsfor Blanchard, Oct.24 group is composed of.pupils from, We furnish the highest type sen-iee at lowest prices and accept
in the
Jefferson and Court Streets In the ,Heart of Town their children invited cafetorium of RJE. pre-school .through the third: ANY life insurance
are to Mrs. George W. Durham and The general public is invited to policy in force, Issued by ANY company, M

Phones: Office 234 Paslorium 130 attend.Lt.* Freddy and ''Danny 'Griffin of -att nd..Prizes Will be given to the grade.,.Mrs, L. ,M., Riley is also a payment in part or in full on funeral services. Consultation
and Mrs. Herbert Jacksonville member of the school staff..Mare
visited Miss Elizabeth ,
pei son' wearing the tackiest cos than !carries no obligation. .
SUNDAY sons, who have fifty pupils, are enrolled.
SERMONS 11:00 A.M.7:30 P.M. Terry Sunday afternoon. tumes. A donation will be collectedat : '
the Philippines < Mrs. Pons and the, door. Plan. BOW.'to attend 1 ,
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 645"P.JI. Mrs. Hildeth's mother Mrs..Leona family,of Tallahassee were week- this grand ball." Music will be fur- Mrs.,Beatrice DeSue. is the presi. iL -'T'i' _-,- -_-_ '_" ___.- -".. .. .
Edwards. Their guests during the end guests of Mr. end Mrs. B. E. I "
Midweek nished by "Little Johnny Ace"
Service Thnrston
Wednesday 7:30 P.M.i weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish. $ arra his Honey Dnppers. Mrs. ElementaryThe 'ILSTARKE ICE COMPANY

Tucker and family oT Feman-" Among those attending Gator. Clarence .regular PTA. meeting was
DeSue president Mrs.
A ,
FRIENDLY., + ,-WELCOME AWAITS YOU dina, Mr. and Mrs. LOUK Wainwright Growl in Gainesville Friday were I Gloria Graham secretary Mrs. held at the, schoolmen Monday: L -

AT THE FRIENDLY- CHURCH and family of Avon Park, Mrs. 'Marttia' Bales.... Mrs. Mae Ethel Tottng reporter. Oct. 20 with President' Louiza WILL OPEN ITS PLANT OCT. 15TH

... I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards and Wells, Misses Joan Rafuse' Marty Brown in charge.' Old and new "11 .
I daughters! of Gainesville and the and Jackie atelite Singers business included several, .suggestions f j FORSUOJACU.RENG

____". c ...,. '..,. ._. _- .,......____......_..... __ _. Bales Johnny 'Devore; _The&tell! S did not appear at to imporve the the
- .." ,'.' ><...__M.:2.:- _...._ .. f ljl.: -.--:r ..J'._." &'..'...'5 'T, uanny rnyups spurgeon Massey RJE on Monday due to the illness school and participation" beauty in the

I f--r I '. .IIti. ., .... In ift and Mr.Terry and and Mrs.Ralph Rowell Futch.Prevatt 1)f Bethel-the leader Church and felt the officers of Bradford] County_ Fair':' 'All'members -,'

this group present :paid'.diies and were
and family in Butler ,
were Lake :
town or co ,! should appear at the school for asked to bring in pew membersto
o n Saturday to see Mr. and Mrs.
the school "
: : Ernest ISbutherland., rather than 'for the the next meeting In vember. AND

t church. Watch' the date and time Mts. S. C.,Price Principal l. D. B.:'
M. E. Hfneger of Lake City arrived th :
THE BIGGEST BARGAIN of their.appearancelot PTA Jackson, teacher: Mrs. Albert, re-j
Friday- for ,a weekend visit -' '
or some other
j group for Miss RJE porter.
with the Dan Harleys, SMOKE CURING
Contest now going on. This group RJE .

1 IN YOUR BUDGET Mr. and during Mrs. Carl Carter had is compos'ed of'Levi Williams, The second grade class taught
as guests the weekend Mr.
.. Henry Underwood Allen Leggett, byj Mrs. A. G. Moffett presenteda .
t 1: ; and Sweat and family .
'l'j ,. MrS.Ifrank C iscer
-. Leggett, Ivory Hall, Johnny ipre-Hallowe'en program on YOUR MEATS
""'. ,, cQ_.,': of Jacksonville, and Mr. andMrs. I ;
.to Matthews and Enoch Allen. Wednesday and featured poems
.. /' : Paul JDmkins of St Augu-
Watch !
tine. this paper for they will and songs about, .October.' ,The.,
b e. coming your'way soon. music was furnished by Mrs. F.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hicks and .
on of Green Cove Springs spent County- Fair S.(Pierce and Enoch Alien,-senior ; .2 1'S 1> "f"STJRK
several or I f' RJE. Mr. Eddie Tnompkins
1' the show units lor" i
SundayYlth Mr. and Mrs Mel
4 t he fair have already arrived and principal.
I *' Joyner and family. (
Mr. and Mrs. Ressie Anderson w ill begin operation on Monday f Anderson Junior* High CE COM AIt

October 27. A great show and exhibit -I C. C. Anderson Junior High t hri1
t ttit tut 'i
had as. guests during the weekend ; :
is'expected this Principal has just completed the reading
year. -
Mrs.pMamie Anderson of Phone: WO 4.8011 Starke, Fla.1TTfll .
Eddie readiness testing All
lant Cityapd, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Jlhompklos is in -. T.:."
harge of the exhibits for our divi- first, second and third grades have _
Starling of Green ..
I Cove
Springs. ;: sip All, persons planning.! to enter b een tested and all pupils in the -->. -7'. "-," > '.' .. '. .
articles are asked to have special education class: taught by J.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark and _
f\: kI, "it' %''.3 hem at the nearestjschool by 9 MBS W/ H. Cronuly On. Monday 1.I..
daughters >were Sunday: dinner f
k a nx Monday,;so that the committee a very interesting ,program on
'J ) 3 TT of
I '-S quests Mr. ana Mrs. tS. tJ. Davis
rrarige them in time United Nations was presented ,by
:__ ___ .-- : : ; : and family Jacksonville. may ,
::-: :;-: for the judging? For further in- the junior high department Jessie -
,s'a Mr. and\ !rs..Andrew) Wlkerson( f ortnatibn call 'Principal Eddie! Moore.!IJr.In.r.haru..Principal
nd daughter chad *
Las Thursday
k't ThompkmA: at Woodland 4-8371. C.|lC.Anderson left"Thur aY..for
: guests Mr}. George Padgett .of
Glen Adult Education: thfc Principals and, Supervisors
St. Mary ,Mrs.
BrookseyGrifis : .
Conference. which will be,held.lit
Mr. and Mrs., JqhnnyBalnes Classes.,in ,a0ult education are
Bethuae-Cookman College, Day-
till open for new members and
and Mrs (
Martha,Loweryof those persons wishing to : aBeach.. This is the.28th annual -
complete -
t; Jacksonville. j conference of Principals. and
t Mr. and Mrs: Henrj 'tannerYarid their high.school education.Ul ..
Fjp ,1 *
: son of JaqksonvjUe! spent,.Friday pupils' iu the{musi(:, class and Supervisors. The theme' JOt the
meeting will be 'Resource-use
with this parents. Mr. social studies taught by Supervisr -
and Mrs: Education::'..Outdoor. .! .,
111ti- Dave Tanner.. She are asked ton et at Jenkins ; ucatton.

__ 1 LLtt.44 ;3 Guests 5 of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Elementary for a special rehearsal HqaIEduatnand, Driver!EducMion.iU -
a1O he) discussed by
I- Dinkins during the weekend on Friday October 24. All I SmatfDtiek9.Doti iL.The
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox and the members of the Ebenezer Bap state leadens in the..,fields. Parents .
fiSt Cnurch'Choir aje,invited to the next chapel
: and Allen
'- Miss Atte I
I @ to \"pkkkins of Jacksonville. Choir program wlib.wil1: presented I smart duck takes carry precautions against! feeeze- I
\ I We arej orry to report that A. V'hapel.. are4invil&jl to join
.4 44't'S".\, Ii J Buddy the members of Antioch Baptist I Oqtt-27 by the primary department L ups In fact,just about. martcst thing you can do b
\ is Ill
; Starling rat the
;: ,
,, which ,will ,Je ure .Hallowe'en
/ home of his son-in-few and daughter Choir and -Calvary Baptist Choir t. tale your car artJUDd to ywThilllpscktSodaflBring
: songs, skits and d
ncea..A1l chapel
We have a message of importance !Here's Ywhat
Mr. and Mrs. Theopolia Red- guaranteedanti-freezcservicc wc j
'if :
r ran "of : pra grams are held, on :Monday
Male sure you have FULL F RMPOWER .. .adequate farm wiring,with dish. Those visitiag .them this t THe you.meeting Please wffl,plan begIn to'attend. at- starting, at J p. m.. Patrons and your car in and tell IB the temperature proteo- 1

plenty of electrical l merits, scenes' and outletsJn the barn mi in the : week ginbotha are jir, and Wa. Ralph Hig 7 p. m.iUnpUa friends are always welcome. )dra I. lion you want-evca down to 40 below. We" fiI yOGI j
1 Willie
r 1 home. l'jo help you cut .your chore-time-increase your firm profits! JP.apd nd Mrs A.,8trlin'Olaldwin M. Nolan Training' School C.,Johasoo, reporter... ..' radiator with the right amount er fW%* 66 Andj j.
Electricity i is the "big ".*- the.worldcbampion.1red: hano" and son.Jlerbert 'of Whitehouse. Tuesday the regular PTA was Puring ft caa thelsecond Education iweek Week in November I Freeze (permanent type). Then, tf at any lime duringthe

that performs more than 300 jobs on the aodero farm-providingtoday' 4 Rev. anl .Urs. Earl Moses and held with President Jones in we "will .observe American winter you have to add anti-freezc maintain

Ralph Futch\ attended a revivalat charge. J cl Trawler, ; county : : this !level of protection, we add it at no
Education Week with
fastest most productive,most economical farming. ,,. all other '
addressed the
Bayard on Monday evening scbqols;;acrons the patioo.. :The expensctoyou.
the prevention and
> ev. Moses will be directing the cure,
Living'Electrically electric thpme fox this jear, '.PTA-USA", Could anything be fairer{ ? Get *** -
Wire Better Your -
'. Up for Better Farming. music there th ,.\Vt"h? of: ,screw and hook :worms. The P to
vift| child's school.Cknrch I.
contractor w'ill be glad to how you hov bring your wiring up to date at Misses Jackie and Dorothy Grif program was enjoyed by all. Re- Cbiir}h .eWs,jour 'Q 0 guaranteed ami-freeze'' service at ttj '

7 \ ,a cost that', reasonable-CalLhun! now lor a frreonspection! Its of Ja sonvilb s pent SaturdaY' fj hments WeY .perved_ by the Firsf.Born d Phillips 66 Sta on. .' .

tI night wiji Misses Wanda and committee. Mrs. M.Taylor, princiWaterwk !- First Born Church. Elder ,P. I .;, ft

Pa3i KOSW0IU17. pql..4 Htward, pastor -will hokL regular .
i Miss Jackie Harley of Jack.. : School : JEROME JOHNS OIL CO. a ,
service throughout. the. day ,on '
I FLORIPA! .POEI& UfiHT COMPANY sonville pent the weekend,.with Thursday the<< Rythm .Band presented -i Sqnday gin1pg. thundaJ, distributor '; ,
e her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H, C "a concert al 'the school.i 1e j
...... .. Sqiql., trd, .anniversary othp
; "
1" .... '71iC' 'e ." '. Harley.1: \ At The group was'directed, by Mr5tff& .: pastor will begin, 9IMondat? > Starkc, Fla. 'ElmtiRSP.Y..ocrmm.n I
It Guests of the Fred )Moowd'r Affiaifcklene::Chaniikrr __ I-! ..
_. .., nipht October 27, An.putstan.diQFIf .

\.iJ..- -'-'"'t-,,".;:..-- T-i# -' ...."..ic1o.-:, .........." it."-t.-L"...:..-."',,,........,.....o. Mrs. C. T iayo cf Tampa Mrs.I at the piano. They played ... '.
n - : ,,night. The public is c4)a1lytrI : r': : : :. :_ =, .:: 4if ;._
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1mmnF/mtnm.m ing from our community were 'YYYYYYYYY..YYYYYYY'YTYYSTATE uuWa""
'A&'A.1 ing place on Hampton's main HOSPITAL
Raymond J. Guertin.
Thornton and children lie Murphy, Linda Gale Williamsof
street this last week.
and Henry Jr.; Mr. and FARMBy HAMPTONBy The.concrete block front of the following patients were admitted Also Margie Lee Waters of Lawtey.. Willie Green, Victoria
1IEILBRONNri Morris Carter and son, Mor former "Dimestore", next to the to Bradford County Hos- Gainesville, Edna Ray Crawford, Virginia Jenkins of Hawthorne.
s Jr.; Keith Reddish and his pital during last week. Norma Jean Ratliff, Mary Helen Clarence Williams of Melrose,
Mrs. post office, owned by Mrs. Veraa
By Harvey McCarthy Sirs. O. E.
lovely date Miss Janice Hayes of .D. E. inn Louise B. Griffis: Jeanette G. Waters, Margaret Dorothy McCaskill of Putnam
Young has been torn down and a Duncan, Virginia R.
kuuWUUlUi uuaea. Jacksonville and their guests, Mr. A &&& &AAAA.'aA..jJ new wood-siding front built in. Finzer, Isabel B. Mann of Lake Sue Dobbs of Lawtey, Iva Hall Lula Jackson Pearce Jack
Harrelson! of Lake Butler Isabel Holmes of Melrose and Jerry O'
and Mrs. Dodd of Starke.
Howdy Folks, well colder days Halloween Carnival .. Personals "Sidewalk superintendents" have Butler Herbert Whitehead of Peek Ritch,
Edna Lois Neal of Putnam
Smith, Hall.
are here again and I for one can't Attending the football game The Community Club is sponsor-, Mr. and Mrs.Thomas Dickson been having a fine time, with the Keystone Heights, Sharon E. Ei- Carole Ann Griffis, Faith Laverne
say I'm too pleased about it. I like Saturday in Gainesville between ing Halloween Carnival at the and daughter..Jreoe. and Mrs. construction right on the way of land of Hampton, Arnold Haddockof Newberry, Edward Jackson Falun THE RIGHT POINT for tae

the gool old Summer time. Vanderbilt of Nashville, Tenn: Community Club Saturday night, Gordon Weet, all of Miami, spent the daily walk to pick up the Jacksonville, Harvey Samuel of Lake Geneva, Ernie Williard Fountain Pea. TELEGRAPH.
Congratulations are extended to and the Gators were Mr. and beginning at 7. There will be fun last weekend in Hampton with mail.Milton Moritz, Ann Triest of Keystone Newsome, Helen Mary Whiteheadof feet your favorite ESTERBROOK
_Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hilliard who Mrs. Frank Norman and their for everyone. Come old and young. Mrs. T. F. Brown, and attended Mosher and Mr. Sands I Heights, Alex C. Sumner of Law-. Melrose, Lacey Ardell Pringleof way you write. Com la and ae-
daughter, Barbara Jean and their All should dress in costume because have been doing the construction tey, William DeWitt
are the proud parents of a darling homecoming, festivities at thee I Roberson of Green Cove
son, Ray; Keith Reddish and Mis'sJanice a prize will be given for th work. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Youngare I Melrose, Mary Louise Wellhausen Springs, Gary E.
baby girl. She was born Oct. University of Florida. Whittcn of Come To The FAIR!
Hayes of Jacksonville and best costume. living in the building. of Maxville. Raiford Bessie Lee
U, at Doctor's Clinic, weighed Mr. and Mrs. Sands and three Pansy Agnes Tyre, Browning of
eight pounds and named Lola Dodd their of guests.Starke.Mr. and Mrs. Billy Club members are all asked to children moved last Thursday, into Mrs To Baptist Misner WMU Hostess Women Heights Frances,L. Thompson of Keystone Franklin Griffis Raiford, Jr., Gregory Sidney OCT. 27 NOV. 1st.
Evern. and donate either candy cookies the Annette
Grandparents are Mr. or Wiley Williamson house. Crews. Clark Champion, and
Mrs. Charlie Hilliard of our com- A large crowd was reported at and parents of small children are They are from New York City. Ten members of Hampton Bap- Vernon Starling of Lawtey, Doro- ley of Keystone Harmon Sib- FUN For The Family!
both of these big events with a tist WMU met at the home of thy C. Crawford Heights.
munity and Mr. and Mrs. Waldronof asked to donate articles for the Mr..and Mrs. Free Hall of Gain of Lawtey and Colored admissions
were: Char-
Mrs. M. R..Misner
wonderful time enjoyed by Thursday even-
Jacksonville. May God bless every- fish pond.Birthday esville were Sunday visitors at the
and care for this baby and her one. Of course, at the game Saturday Party home of Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade.] ing, Oct. 16 for their regular meet-
fine family, always. the football lovers got a Mrs. A. J. Greene celebratedher Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home spent ing.' Mrs. D. E. Hill presented a Call
a little wet from the rain buthat's t Sunday and review of the first chapter of the The Fuel Oil
You are invited to attend ser 85th birthday anniversarySunday Monday in Tampa
all in the game and this with their son-in-law mission study book, "Into a New
vices and
at Heilbronn Church. Rev. at the home of her daughter -
Cecil Crawford rendered inspiring one ended in a score of 6 to 6. daughter and son-an-law, Mr., Mr. and Mrs. R.: C. Williams.Mrs. World.-
Well if you can't beat them the and Mrs. Williams and two Mrs, C. L. Cooper led the pro
sermons Sunday with congregational Roy Cooper. Among the sons returned -
singing of the songs you next best thing to do is to tie. guests were her children and with them for a'twoweekvisit. gram on the Philippines, "0 ForA No. WOKerosene 497I,1

like with chorister Russell Red After the big football gameKeith their families, Mr and Mrs. L. R. Thousand Tongues To Sing",
ding assisted by Mrs. R. L. Morgan Reddish and Miss Janice Greene and family of Jasper, Mr. Sue Chastain of' Starke spent followed by the business meeting.
Jimmie Lee and little Ray Hayes together with their guestsMr. and Mrs. L. J. Smith of States- the weekend here with her grand The hostess served refreshments
Norman with Miss Barbara Jean and Mrs. Billy Dodd visitedwith ville. Ga.; her sisters Mrs. Kate mother Mrs. Jessie Chastain, of pumpkin pie and coffee at the
Norman at- the piano. Special Mr. and Mrs. Allen Turner Greene and Mrs. Emma Greeneof while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. close of the meeting. Oil
music was offered Sunday also by while in Gainesville. Later in the Jacksonville; any nieces and Carlton Chastain, were in Cedar Loy Dodd Speaker Again or Heating
Mr.'Shalhoub. who is engaged in evening the three couples dinedin nephews and other relatives and Key.Mrs. At Baptist Church Next Sun.

Home Mission Work. Mr, Shalhoub Ocala. friends. The bountiful dinner was J. J. Brannen had an eye Loy Dodd, of Gainesville, who DURING
played songs on his accordion and Visiting with their parents, Mr. served out-of-doors, and included! operation at Bradford County has been guest speaker for servicesat THE 1958-59 WINTER SEASON
gave a testimonial poem during and Mrs. R. W.' Bond are Mrs. a birthday cake baked by Hospital in Starke last week: she Hampton Baptist Church for
the morning worship hour, which Vernon McEwen and Miss Wilma Mrs. L. W. Pace. Mrs. Greene received is now back at her home, much the last two Sundays, will also be YOUR TANK WILL BE CHECKED REGULARLYAND
was enjoyed by all. Announcements Bond of Alabama. many beautiful gifts. We improved. Her daughter Miss here for services next Sunday

for the 'week are good Weekend guests of Mrs. AnnieKelly all join in wishing her many more Jessie May Brannen of Bartow,, October 26, both morning and FILLED AS NEEDED

preaching and singing every Sun were her son, Mr, and happy birthdays. About 75 guests has been staying here with her. evening.
day Choir practice Sunday after Mrs. Gene Kelly and children of were present.Mr. Sunday visitors at the Brannenswere "This is my Beloved Son", a CALL US TODAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION

noon at 5 p. m. and prayer meet Zephyrhills.Mr. and Mrs. Ardis Rickersonof Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flume of film, was shown for prayer meeting -
ing ,every Wednesday evening at and Mrs. Raymond Redding Lake Butler were guests of Mr. Starke, and Mrs. D. W. Moore service at the church on Wed-
7:30.: and baby of Wildwood were and Mrs. Fred Cannon Wednes Mr. and Mrs. L. C. demonshave nesday evening this week, and JEROME JOHNS OIL CO.

Very sorry to report sickness in Sunday guests of Mr. Redding'sparents. day. Other guests of the Cannon's moved from the Chastain Charles Shalhu, home missionary, 66
our: community. R. W.-Bond en Mr. and Mrs. Russell 1 during the week were Mr. and house on Navarre Ave. in Hampton presented musical numbers on the YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS 66 JOBBER .:

tered the St. Luke's Hospital in Redding. !Mrs. G. A. Hingson and son of to Raiford. piano and accordian, and gave a
Jacksonville 'last Thursday; Miss Arthur Green of the U. S. Navy Live Oak and Mr. and Mrs. Fer Building Gets a Tace-Lifting" talk at prayer meeting on Wed- Phone WO 4-9711 743 South Walnut St.

Connie demons, daughter of Mr.and reported to his Base in Norfolk, ris Bagley of Citra spent the A "lace-uiung" has Been tas-nesaay" evening'n of last week. ,- I

Mrs. Roy demons entered Va. Monday of this week, after weekend with them. ,

the Bradford County Hospital spending several days with his Mrs. Pete Harrell and children SAMPLE BALLOT
Monday of this week. Mrs. Charlie parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green visited her mother, Mrs. Newn /
Burnett is also'a patient in the and family. Warren of Starke Sunday after GENERAL
Bradford County Hospital. Mrs. Our Sunday guests were Har + ELECTION
Milton Rosier is still ill at home. vey's mother, Mrs. Leona McCar noon. l" .,4, .-; -
May the good Lord bless each of thy and his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jones and ", BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
John children spent the weekend with .: ....
these and
loved ones and give them children of : '
good health again and others that Fernandina Beach. Mrs. Jones' parents, Captain and PRECINCT NO. I : : J .

are in sickness and pain. Mrs. Annie Kelly's daughter, Mrs. Colin Nichols of Chatta- ,,,
Mrs. Loretta hoochee. NOVEMBER 4, 1958 'r
Those attending the Gator Show of New London
Growl in Gainesville Friday even- Conn., is due to arrive tonight The Revival at ,Rillord closed "
..--- at the Jacksonville Airport&t Sunday after a very successful To vote for a person whose name is printed on the ballot, mark a cross (X) on the square at the RIGHT of the name ...
9:45: p. m. to visit with her week. Rev. Ernest of Gainesville of the person for whom you desire to vote. To vote for a person whose name is not printed on the ballot
write his
GAY'SHome mother the ,community.family and many friendsof was .the and evangelist.Mr. Mrs. Harvey. Williams in the blank space provided for that purpose and mark a cross (X) in the square at the RIGHT. name. : ,..

Your old reporter couldn't get visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. 'r' r

AppliancesYour all the news this week due to the J. H. Hundley of Jacksonville Congressional JudicialFOR County .... .
I phone at Bill Reddish's store being Sunday afternoon. Mr. Hundley
Friendly out of order. Thus, if you has been in the hospital recently FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.,
were waiting for my call keep but is improving.
Norge Dealer your news and we'll enter same I: Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rlners of (Vote for One) COURT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY BOARD MEMBERS',. ., "

NQRGE: APPLIANCES in Guess the next that's edition. Dothan, Ala. spent Saturday night Group No. 2 Residence District No 3. .
May God bless with brother-in-law I I
. and sister Mr. SPESSARD L. HOLLAND (Dero) _, '. .
'S MAYTAG WASHERS each of you as only He can do. ? and Mrs. P. S. Crews. Sunday ,(Votee. for One) (Vote for One) ,- -
bye now. I guests of Crews were Mrs. C. D. I I I7
0 COLEMAN HEATERS and Sellars and daughter, Emma Lou, LELAND HYZE (Rep)

FLOOR FURNACES and Mrs. Crews' grandson, Billyof I I E. HARRIS DREDem( ) I I II E. A. SAPP (Dom) \ "- ,
Auburndale. Mrs. Crews and C. -"' ij

We Service ,All Makes her guests were dinner guests of I I I I
Of Appliances 7oto'OSJ Mrs. Fronie Clemons of Starke.A .
large number of Farm resi- State
Starke, Florida 666 and other homecoming festivitiesin FOR RAILROAD AND PUBLIC
;tJ Gainesville last weekend.Mr. APPEAL COUNTY BOARD MEMBER
Mrs. J. R. Nelson and
First Appellate District Residence District No. 5
children of Jacksonville
i.. snent- the Group No. 1

weekend with her parents, Mr'. (Vote for One) (Vote for One)
and Mrs. R. S. Brannen.We (Vote for One) .

) NO DOWN PAYMENTNeeded She is of are a Mrs.sorry patient Charley to in report Bradford Burnett.the illness WILBUR C. KING (Dem) I JOHN T. \VIGGINTON (Dem) I J JI II. A, LAWSON (Dom) .

County Hospital. I I ,
to.Build this House on Your Lot of Mr.Avon and Park Mrs. spent Charley Thursday Gaskins ANDREW SANDEGREN (Rep) I

I night with Mrs. Gaskins' sister- PROPOSED
in-law and brother, Mr. and Mrs. V AMENDMENTSMark
Russell Carter. MEMBER, HOUSE OF

Thought for the week: "Do unto FOR RAILROAD AND PUBLICUTILITIES a cross (X) mark in the square at
others as you would have them REPRESENTATIVESBradford the RIGHT for the Amendment or againstthe
do unto "
County ,
,Group No. 2
(Vote for One)
LOF (Vote for One)
CRIFFIS Constitutional Amendment of Article

I I Section 1
L2 n
__ Mrs. Lyle Blow of Orlando visit- A proposed Amendment of Article

"The ed her sisters, Mrs. Mildred Grif ..I.-_ .'..1'I I I County XVII, Section Methods of Amending
fis, and Mrs. Ernest Allen, and '. Constitution. Authorizing the Legislatureto

Mrs.Mr.Willie and Mrs.Green.Rex Brookins and The remaining offices required by law to COUNTY COMMISSIONER propose the revision or amendment of

PRICE 1495 children of Cocoa are visiting Mr. be filled at this election are being soughtby District No. 2 any portion of the Constitution and providing

Brookins' parents, Rev. and Mrs. only one candidate for each office. To that when more than one proposed
Orville Brookins of Hampton. vote for these remaining offices place 'across (Vote for One) revised article of the Constitution is to

This modern 2-bedroom home is designed for Southern Living. Jimmie O'Brian of Chandler, (X) mark in the to the right be voted upon in the same election, any
Three Jalousie Windows and a Jalousie Door Ind. is visiting his brother square I such
are and proposed revised article
among of the name of the candidate for whom E. L. CRAWFORD (Dem) | I may provide
the standard features sister, Thomas
offered in this well-constructed home. O'Brian and Mrs. that it shall not become effective unless
desire to vote. To vote for a
Completely finished outside doors, windows, Catherine McNeaL- you person other
screens eta specified proposed revised articlesare
Sgt. whose name is not printed on the ballot, I I
and Mrs.
, I and :2 coats of paint Partitions,' studding and floors only Ray Brookins likewise approved and in such case
visited Mr. write his the blank
on inside. Brookins' parents, Rev., name in space provided -
I and Mrs. none of such proposed revised articles
Brookins. Sgt. ,for that purpose.mainmg .
Brookins has returned to camp; COUNTY COMMISSIONER shall become a part of the Constitution

and Mrs. Brookins is re District No. 4 unless others are approved.
FOR with her in-laws for a while.

Dave Tisdale of Chandler, Ind. Congressional (Vote for One) ,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I FOR THE AMENDMENT
week. He has -
'. returned into to Indiana and will go Eighth Congressional District JESSIE R. CHASTAIN (Dem) I I 1F AGAINST THE AMENDMENT ,
AT the Air Force. .
Miss Frances Taylor Is visiting (Vote for One) I I'

ANY her mother, Mrs. Dora; Taylor, No. 2
TIME over the weekend.Mr. .
and Mrs. Thomas O'Brianand D. R. (Billy) MA'ITHEWS (Dem) I BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, Constitutional Amendment oi Article V

,CALL COLLECT children Patsy and James, A proposed Amendment of Article V.of
I Hardenbrook, Jimmie i I
O'Brian, y the Constitution of the State of Floridaby
FR 2-2587-Gainesville Verble Andersonwere Residence District No. 1
in St. Augustine Sunday adding a section thereto providing for

afternoon visiting and sightseeing Judicial (Vote for One) abolishing the office of County Solicitor
The Sunday school classes of in Hillsborough County, transferring the \

Boatdrain Baptist Church will FOR JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME I duties thereof to the State Attorney.of
JIM WALTER CORP. have a picnic, as soon as the DAN \V. STARLING- (Dem) I II r the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, and.other'matters
up, for 100 per cent relating thereto. _* ; .
attendance. I I
"World's Largest & Best Builders of, Shell Homes" Boatdrain Baptist Church] Group No. 1 .

VISIT US.OR CALL COLLECT Sunday School 10 a. m.: Morn '(Vote for One) FOR THE AMENDMENT ,'- ., .
ing Worship 11 ..
a. m. Training
Gainesville, Rt. 2, Box 213-A Hawthorne .
and Kin Union 6:30: p. m.. ; Evening Worship '
raid Roads Phone FR 22587. 7:30 p. m. B. K. ROBERTS (Dem) r. ." f. .. '. AGAINST THE MIENDYENT. .., ,. .

I Palatka, P., 0. Box 782 Located at the "Y" Prayer meeting Wednesday ; .. .,.,,,; -.,#\-

Phone EAST 5.5971 ville night Brookins 7:15: p. m.-Pastor, Rev Or- I L I I