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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 30, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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General Election Fatal ShootingOf Fair Opens HereTo



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Tuesday Ncv. 4, is General State Attorney T. E. Duncan '

t' ;w Election and if things run true said yesteraay that the case ot

F ., to form in one-party Bradford I John E. 'Lamon, 66, charged with A- 7" Prize Winners

County, less than half of the .i the fatal shooting of his brother-

5,252 voters qualified here will' in-law, Harry E. Tucker, 53, will,''t'" Are

t .: 7 : .kt < turn up at the polls. be presented to the Bradford] If Announced

Three Democratic nominees, U. County grand jury at the fall term),

S. Senator Spessard L. Holland, i of Circuit Court, convening Nov. Attendance at the 8th! Annual

Y f F and Railroad & Public Utilities. 10.Sheriff 9 Bradford County Fair skyrocketed

Commissioners Wilbur C. King P. D. Reddish said that I r' IH Wednesday as the Starke Rotary

I, and Jerry W. Carter have Re- Lamon, a retired fishing camp 7 Cab moved the scene of its meeting

._ .... .. publican opposition. All other operator who had been residing I to the Fair Grounds for its
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Democratic nominees on the'bal- with his brother-in-law and sister I annual Rural-Urban Day program

Discuss New Location lots however, are nupposed. for some time, admitted the shoot, and students from the white
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Holland's ing in, the early morning hours] schools of the county swarmed
Republican running
mate is Leland Hyzer while Kingis of Oct. 24 and had made a state-; : ; through the midway for Student
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C of C Will Soon Occupy Sandegren opposed by and Republican Carter by Andrew Louis ment which not could yet'not"confirmed"be released and tor I Day.Farmers and other guests from

publication at this time. r all sections of the county accepted -

W. Ingram. Sheriff 'Reddish said that TuckIer Rot ry's Invitation to a lisa

Larger Quarters On 301Soon Congressional, Judicial and Leg- I owner and operator of Tuck's fry at 12:15 on the Pair Grounds

islative candidates who will be Drive-In Restaurant on U. S. 3U1:: A. L. Crosby Jr.. president of

elected without opposition are D. South, was apparently shot while Rotary, Jim Chasteen chairman

to become headquarters of ness people of the county to meet secured I the servics of Robert Mc- R. Billy Matthews, Representative lying m bed. Four shots were of the Rural*Urban event, aM.

the Starke and Bradford County the new Chamber director, Air.II Intire as executive manager. For to Ccngress, 8th Congres- I fired from the ::38 calibre "sniff :f ., ', :i County Agent G, f. Huggins joined -

Chamber of Commerce, this building McIntire. Every business and many years Mr. Mclntire has sional District B. K. Roberts, nose" pistol. One shot pierced in extending a welcome to
professional man or woman in the I been successful in chamber workin ; the victim's heart, also penetrat- the visitors.

on North Temple Avenue county is urged to attend this! cities many' times the size ot: and E. Harris: Drew Justices of j
forms the background as James meeting,whether a member of the I Starke. ,He. is capable of guiding the Florida Supreme Court; JohnT. tered the stomach, and one cut short talk in which he commendedthe

O'Sullivan, local motel owner, Chamber or not. Following a I us to new heights, tout the final Wigginton, Judge of the Dis- the skin just above the left knee. M xrt small fanners for their eftorts

Robert McIntire, new C of C executive short business meeting, refreshments results are up to you. Without trict Court of Appealand; DoyleE. One of the. shots passed through Uath to continue their farming opera

director, and '1'. 1!. Slade, will be served and a social your help and support, you can Conner, Member House of the left J hand before entering the tions in the face of adverse con-
period enjoyed.In render his services useless. body. ditions. He praised the livestockand
C of C president-elect, discuss Representatives, Bradford County.,
discussing the revitalized Let's face the future with confidence Police were called Lamon's poultry exhibits which he said
by
On the county level, the unopposed '
plans for moving the office from Chamber of Commerce activity, and optimism by' joining Democratic nomineesare sister, Mrs. Nettie Tucker, about .q had improved both in quantity

its present location -on the courthouse the directors have made public the hands through our ,interest and 4:50 a.m: Friday.. Chief Riley and quality over previous years.
: E. L. Crawford County Commissioner -
grounds. following open letter to the busi- investment in your Chamber of Sweat and Patrolmen M. L. Johns Rides! and other concessions a-
> Dist. 2 Jessie R. Chas-
'Recognizing the need for increased ress people of Bradford County: Commerce. ,Our future- can be ; and Earl Schwab answered the long the midway were taxed to

office space,, Mr. O' UU1' STARKE 1963??? as fine and prosperous our tain County Commissioner, Dist.. tall and found Tucker's capacity Wednesday afternoon as

van recentiy offered to pay the The question mark is you. Will combined efforts. Don't just 4; Dan W. Starling, School.Board: clad body on the pajama-l school' students turned out en

rent for one year on the Mar tmbudding we be more prosperous'T Will we watch the parade go by becomea Dist. 1; E. A. Sapp, School Board He had apparently raised himself masse to take Advantage of Student : -

on North Temple if the have more industry Will we part of it. Dist 3; and H. A. Law_ son.School t\ the edge of the bed dunng the ,' \ ., Day reduced rates. Thurs-

chamber desired to1' make use ot have bigger and better recreational A fine program is being planned. Board Dist. 5. shooting, and then fell to the d day was colored student day aiitt

itv The offer was accepted by I facilities and better schools You will be called upon soon Two proposed Constitutional* floor.. He slept 'in a bedroom by another stamped was experienced

the board of directors and plans Will we continue to grow at an to ,invest your,money, by membership Amendments will also be voted hImself. on the midway.

immediately started to 'move trom accelerated ,pace? It's all up to in the Chamber of Commerce, on next Tuesday. Amendment No. Police officers said that when P Weather' so far has been favorable -

the' present ,cramped quarters. on you, for you can make it so by to promote this program. When 1 would authorize the State they arrived, Lainon was drinking for the Fair, in marked contrast -

Call Street. becoming part of the new enthusiasm you give, consider,carefully what Legislature to propose the revisionor coffee in the kitchen and invited to some previous years when

X meeting' will be held 'in the that is sweeping Starke you want the future to be for you, amendment of any portion of..'hem to have some. rain has delayed the opening and

Martin building Monday night at and Bradford County.. for'upon ,your 'interest and investment the.Constitution, and provides that otherwise hampered activities.

8 o'clock, to discuss, the move, Never before have we had the rest the kind of future'you no, one article shall be adopted Funeral Services Fair Association President Harry

make plans for renovating and opportunity for growth that' we .''will enjoy.> Let's make it Big! unless all other proposed articles Harry Edward"Tucker was born, Rabb, predicted that attendance

furnishing :the. building(;and pro have here.'today". Through your S ncereIYOWSChamber : ;; voted' oir'atthesamette '-are"also Jp..IDacJt'River" Eal ,.WlS..0ll-4une records-.ould. be broken If"favor-

vide an opportunity or all busi- Chamber of Commerce we have of Commerce. approved. 22, 1905. He came to Starke able weather continued throughout
about 20 years ago as a salesman the week.
2 for
Amendment/No. provides for the Sinclair Refining Co., later
':' :f':: '''': -' abolishing the office of County I Award Winners
r becoming> agent. In recent years.
'C' ., Solicitor Hillsborough County. In the judging that took placeWednesd'ai
o. he had owned and operated a
Polls will be open from 7 1 a. m. drive-in restaurant on 301 Southin J. B. White's 15-

r 4* to 7 1 p. m. in the usual precinct Starke. He was'a member ot months-old .registered Angus bull

Rifle r vi polling places.Alumni the Catholic Church, and UfO r.,+ v*' was declared grand champloI ,in
the beef division
i Elks Lodge No. 1802. with reserve
champion going to Lynn White's.
Surviving are his wife, Airs.
DinnerReservations S-months-old
registered Angus
'Team Nettie LaMon Tucker; two daughters heifer. '

Yvonne and Janice Tucker, ry
In the 'Swine division, grand
all of Starke; one stepdaughter,
champion went to Marvin Hosier's
Due -
Wins' MrS., Joe Valinski, Worchester registered Landrace sow and-
Mass: 'brother Louis W. Tucker,
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COLORFUL SCENES
as the 8th Annual Bradford County three-weeks-old; pigs. Reserve
: Largo and.one sister, Mrs. Max
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November Fair opened Its gates to the public Monday aftern.on. i champion was Eddie Allen's"registered .
By 1 Harris, Sparta, Wis.
State Top: Matthew and Jerome J. Griffis' unload purebred Hereford i Duroc boar.
Funeral
services were held Sunday l
M steers to Jerome Carlton Meng's pu.re bred,
belonging and Doyre Griffis, for exhibition
at 3 pjn. in the ,DeWitt C.
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Brown Swiss heifer was declared
v Mrs. Chas. A. Darby, presidentof Jones' Chapel with Father Connie at the Fair. Arthur Griffis, father of the FFA members
grand champion in the Dairy division -
Match ;w, the High School PTA, reminded Dougherty officiating. The Rosary standing' in truck. with reserve champion

all BHS alumni that reserva- was recited at the chapel at Center: Mrs. J. B. White, Bradford County Home Demonstration going to. Cordellia Allen's pure-
tions for the get-together dinner 8:30 Saturday. '
p.m. Club member, puts finishing touches on an exhibit of home- bred Guernsey heifer.
here at 5 m. November 7, preceding ,
i p. Burial was in Crosby Lake Cem-
canned fruits and
vegetables. Poultry grand champion exhibit
I the Homecoming football etery under ithe direction of l>e-
Bottom: Freddy \\ilkison and Ellis Coleman, FFA members, was Richard Cain's pen of White
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,
made by Saturday,
game, must be Witt C." Jones Funeral Home.
show some fine White Rocks in the Fair's extensive Leghorn pullets; and reserve
1.The poultry
Nov. Active.pall.bearers were H. H.
.. I champion went to Geraldine Webber -
Company C, Starke' National Team and Trophywent I committee working on details Houston, Alvin Robinson, A. N. display 's pen of cross-bred broilers.

Guard unit, captured both the of the 50th Anniversary Reunion Holliday Mack Futch, CharTey .I E.!: J
team and individual awards at the to Service Co., 211th Inf., tances of 100 and 200 yards. will have its final meeting Johns, and 'Everett McKiiffley.Crr Arthur Redding's pen of rabbits

annual Florida National Guard 1. Miami, with 880 points; while Co. Members of the championship I! in the high school library.Monday Tornadoes Face Lake City Here was declared grand champion in
that division.In .
H, 211th"Inf.., Fort Pierce, ranked I
rifle matches
Trophy team above
Thord-Gray pictured are (left to night, and a check on reserva- .
en the Camp Blanding range last third with 877 points. right) Sgt. Hugh L. Hutson,' team : tions will be made at that time. Banquet t corn exhibits Wayne Parrish's -

Sunday. High individual scorer was War scorer; Sp-3,Freddie M. Stephens; Although the PTA is sponsoringonly entry won grand champion,
In Game Since PalatkaFans with reserve champion going to
rant Officer John C. Sr. Toughest
Five-man teams from 11 National Stephens Sp-2 Willie S. J. Griggs 1st Lt. the dinner, which will be

,Guard units in North, Central, of the Starke unit, with 191 out James F. Bloodworth, captain; held in the high school cafeteria, Set For Nov. 13The Roland Stern.

and South Florida participated, of a possible 200 points. His son, Maj. Herbert Barnett, Third Army and might overflow into the elementary -will have an opportunity Ito Register said his squad will be Winners of blue ribbons were:

with Brig. Gen. Robert G. Whiteof Freddie Stephens, also of CompanyC inspecting officer who presented rofptnrimn.,. other organizations see one of the best games on in better shape than for the last Beef cattle: J. B. White, and

Sf Augustine in charge.Co. was fourth high with 187! out individual medals to the team beginning- -- to get the Tcrnado scheduled when BHS".Sew games, and he expects that Lynn White.
are annual banquet of the
C scored 883 out. of a possible -' of 200. members Monday night; Sp-2 into the act. The Junior Woman's Starke and meets a rich-in-reverse Lake City ; Marion Cottle and Tom Smith, Dairy cattle: Carlton. Meng, and
Bradford County I
1,000 points to take the I[ Tmrty-calrbre carbines were George C. Payne; and CWO John announced, that an squad on'the home field Friday ,out with injuries for several ,Cordellia Allen.
has Chamber
Club of
Commerce will be
handsome trophy. Second place used to fire 40 rounds from dis- C. Stephens Sr.Negress. be held in the night. games, will be back in the lineup. Swine; S. G. Crews, Marvin Ro-
will
Alumni Ball
held
Thursday night, Nov. 13, at sier, Glenn Moore, Richard Cajn,
Coach Lennard Register says Lake City has beaten Main-
USO after the homecoming game 7 o'clock in the Starke Elementary Wayne Parrish,.Geraldine Webber,
Beach that Lake City will definitely be land [Daytonal and Gainesville,
Jornado Whirl Booster Club Held with Fernandina School. cafetorium. .. the toughest foe' for BHS since lost to Quincy and Ocala, and Jerome Griffis, Doyce Griffis,

: To Meet November 6 Several classes have already an Advance sale of tickets will get the Palatka game when the Tor- tied Tallahassee. :Freddie Wilkinson, Roy Clem ns,

For nounced plans for gettogethersbefore under sway within the next few defeat Eddie Allen David Allen Randy
nadoes suffered 18-6 ,
ShootingIn an Register says the Tornadoes
or after the game.-Amonj days and all business in Charles Crews and Junior
Jones ,
The people
monthly meeting of the of their only loss of the'current sea will be up for this one and are
Next ThursdayJunior these are: 1927, at the home : the county are urged to attend the Hunter,
Bradford
County Booster Club Reno Fracas I son. going out to win.
Mrs Junius M. Smith: 1931 at 'banquet in order to become better I Poutry'and Rabbits: Ellis Cole-

will Be held Thursday, Nov. 6, at the home of W. H. Graham; 1937, 'I acquainted with the new expanded Youth Revival* I Ten Students man Geraldine Webber, Pamela

Class President Bobby f pjn. in the BHS music building. tithe Mae Hood, Reno, 'Negress, at. the American- Legion Home; program of the, Chamberof I Parker Percy Moody, Elmer

Shannon announced yesterday President A. N Holliday said it was arrested on a warrant for 1938, W. C. Powell residence, before Commerce.T. Planned For Spring Will Take Part Hunter, Arthur Redding, Richard

that plans for the :annual Tor- is important that all members at- assault with intent to commit the game; 1939, at the Ma- H. Slad newly elected C of In Discussion Cain Arthur Clark, Roland Stern
i following the shOOting.or the Catholic I I Preliminary plans 'were made
murder! at
Hall 1940.
nado Whirl ,indicate that this tend this meeting as there are sonic ; C president, will preside and the!.I and Lamar Trier.
Tom Mark also of Reno, last Woman's by the ,Youth council of the First
Center; 1942. at the Corn Roland Stern and
: Wayne
financial new chamber will be discussed Ten Bradford High School stu- ,
program -
year's pep 'rally; on the eve of matters to be setued. week. Methodist Church for a Youth Revival -
Club,. after the game. dents will 'attend the seventh an- Parrish. "
the Homecoming football 'game, ,Due to the date conflicting \?:lh The shooting took place Friday by Robert McIntire, executive to be held March 15-20, at
Several classes have also an- director. rual Conference on Discussion to County Agent G. T. Huggins
win be the largest and most colorful the Tornado Whirl, the meetingwill night, across the street from Lit- nounced plans; for entering floatsIn Tickets will a supper meeting in the parsonagelast be conducted by the General Extension chairman of the livestock, and
tie's in Reno.: Mark was hit be $1.75 per person. Saturday.The .
ever held.. be as brief ,as possible so that place the parade scheduled for Fri- Division at the University poultry exhibits, praised: the
!below the navel with a .38 calibre
consisted of the of-
'There will be skits by all school those attending may return to day afternon preceding the group of Florida. higher quality of entries shown
bullet and is recuperating at ShopportunityParty Senior and Intermediate -
the activities on the foobtall field. Homecoming game. The Junior ficers of .the Named to represent EMS are at the fair this year. Altogether,
clubs the Homecoming! Queen Bradford County' Hospital Junion ,
MYFs the
HolliCay expressed' thanks to Class of BHS is sponsoring this Scheduled{ Fellowship Judy Kelley, Franklin Hitch Don there are 112 exhibits in livestock
will be crowned;*the 'BHS Band Bond for Lillie Mae was set at counselors for each and special
"all the
faithful fans" who at- *" event and has offered cash prizes Widegren, Barbara Bates and I poultry, and agriculture, indicating -
will ,perform, and a big bonfire fended the fish fry last Saturdayand $5.000. and she is still in Brad- for ,the best floats. Saturday At' Robbins'Follow guests, Rev, Ray Robinson, who George Patten. George will also I increased Interest on the, partof .
ford County jaiL.HARRIS will be the leader, and Rev. '
will climax the rally and get helped make it a success. "!t The Juniors are also sponsor- song serve as a panel chairman. Five exhibitors.{
the crowds 'to Robbins' John Trundle, whoi11 be the
makes the electric score board a i ether students, Sara Jo I Among Home DemonstrationClubs
mood Sprow
verycne in the for Fri- ing the annual Tornado Whir 1 store
this
EXPRESSES ,
Saturday at 5>> evangelist.
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little closer to a 'reality, the p.m. Charles Ellis, Doug Seymour,, W. exhibitors the followingwere
II
rally at the BHS stadium .
lay's game, homecoming festivities president said.Licenses THANK TO FRIENDS, pep where tI1e' iee. .manth Shop- Mr. and Mrs. Robinson and Mr.
H. Johns, and Tim Hobbs will at awarded blue
ribbons Mrs.
and ,Thursday night. Nov., 6. Skits, :
:
parade. portunuy Party and Shower ot and Mrs. Trundle are visiting here'
Skits will all have themes> taken Ira G. Harris who is a patientin Band music, and a bonfire will $5: Bills will be held. In addition this weekend to help lay the tend the conference as observers.C. L. B. Cooper, Mrs. A. J. Green.
Due the Veterans Atlanta L. Overturf, Bradford discus- Mrs. Thelma Caddell Mrs. Chester
Hospital be highlights of this event. Ad to the cash
from popular TV programs, top prizes of |25, $15, groundwork for the Youth Revival. sion
Ga. us'requesied The Telegraphto mission is free coach will accompany the Wise Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs.
and prizes will be and all visiting and 110. five $5 .prizes will be from
awarded for the They are Emory University
This is the last week for Starke, his to each alumni group to Gainesville. W. T. Blair Mr. Burnett Mrs.
best. express a appreciation ,are. cordially invited. given away to persons actually In II School of Theology, Atlanta
business establishments pay occupational person in Starke who has remembered Mrs. the crowd. Although not primarily a eon- Davis Mrs. L. B. Cooper. Mrs. S.
Coach James H.-H. Adams win '
serve as
Temple will serve licenses without a lU: Five promotional offices were test speakers will be rated as C.
him with cards letters, Harley,Mrs. Paul Dintins, Mrs.
as master' of ceremcnles. Chair- cent chairman of hostesses on Homecoming Elva Hampton of Starke won set and made for a future -
per penalty. All businesses in up plans superior, excellent, good and fair.
: and packages. "I surely miss Henry Bowen, Mrs. S. C. Harley
men are: ente i inment,'-Marilyn the city are required to pay tor Day. and the High School the $10 third prize 'at the last meeting. It will be the re- Subject for the discussion will be:
Starke W.
and all folks : B. SeweU. Mrs. Tim Rogers
Knight; food, Harold Tjus; and (?{ese licenses on or before Nov 1 I you and.wishI Library and Music Building 'will party, but the $25 (No. 43736!) sponsibility of these young people What system of education would

publicity, Carol McRae. or the penalty is added. I could see SU'of JOUo. writes Mr be open during the day for the and $15'No.453518) prizes are to aid .in preparation for the 'best serve the interests of the M/s.1 "Tullie Norman, Connie Harley
Padgett.
Harris.
convenience of visitors. still unclaimed. revivaL people of the United States r
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-ARE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STABKC FLORIDA:'. THURSDAY, OCTOBER SO,' 193 I

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""""" "" ,., I I I' odds i in his favor.* v
:: editorial ,UP ALLIGATOR Heard.Mr. Gassett and Jin Jor-
Farmer's DiaryBy dan and party also had a success-

CREEK \ ful hunt in Clay County, supposed THE MIGHTY 1'A90 :
Sam McGarrcj J ..nfrith to have gotten the limit "each. Only -

r 'cat k bow n 'Ne' d d with 'the :sauSage; 'the a first few half more'of the days split left season until

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V 'is over Nov. 2, to'be exact, .so
/The Florida Legislature> probably had the best Sawed :up some wood, for ourfireplaCe' ti'atton -r let's go., Football 1958 ;

of intentions i when it passed its so-called "child Got Mac'Griffis'to help Did you know that the H'tslt and
nibiester" legislation, but 'th re 'are still "Some us arid: Sam found that working Game Commission has tagged.fish
on a two-man saw will really getlipVsweaVAsMac in the St. Johns River? 1 caught I
glaring weaknesses in the law and some provisions I 0
said l "It will I
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one about 3 lbs. once that"had a
that'seem illogical the eyes of the lay- Saw several nice strings,of bass
make you old fast. 'a oh
metal tag with number it.
'man. taken from the river at Kice UNIVERSITY OF
You send the tag to Tallahassee FLORIDA
.The' recent Instances i fo'f indecent exposure in At .last the 'Great Day :arrived Creek. No big catches but .several arid they will tell you when and

this area have focused attention on the law and If it isn't one thing driving k 'and we moved into our brand new nice bass one catch of seven where the fish was',released and VS. I

have revealed some,.things that seem highly. in- farmer batty it's another Latest .home last Thursday, And 'aside bass, one ,of five, and several!water similar how much he weighed. Mine'was .
the high
Although .
new difficulty we Heard 'abbtft Is 'tr m a bed collapsing and the 'rele?sed in Lake George about a
consistent, to the least. has not receded, the tide can now
say
some sort of fungus that Is attacking lights blowing out in the kitchen, year and a half before and pick- AUBURN mmmm( "
According to the statutes, a person guilty of turnip plants. One farmer the"day was a memorable one. be noticed changing arid it is ed up in weight about one. anda :

exposing himself in an indecent manner before out our way.lost a big patch Alice had made up a bed [being sports somewhat in from lower Lockloosa than It'was.Lare Ke-are half pounds since then. SAT., NOV. 1 -. 1:45 PAM. !
,
"lewd experts trying Very 'careful of the new, beauti- ,
a child under 14ear pf a ge is guilty' of and now the are The
'Dice'; catches. fishing
: conduct k and be :to find out'what caused it. fully waxed oak floor] and then 'Of ])ass ..: .'. . .
and felony may 'at
lascivious the bonnets
move 'is being*'done in .. ..
decided to it away frcm the :; r. )
given up to ,ten weirs in iprison! if found ;guilty Lockloosa. Marvin Griffis
wall. .,
We 'heard thatvorst winter ;It collapsed with a crash, .:" .1 "
of the charge.On 'than last me -predicted by an and for the next few minutes we 10'>Heard of a nice dove shoot at Dies Wednesday presented by '" ;' M
the' other band'a person 'guilty of'exposingh'imself Indian over .at St. Augustine. had a ''time! Every 'time we tried Ihei&aurice Edwards Jr. farm or In JacksonvilleMarvin ...... '," ,, "

'rndecen't manner to another, over Maybe so, but at least this one 'to'do something,more 'of the bed tfljacent thereto. I was near by PHILLIPS 66 DEALER '

14 years of ale, is-'i iffy of a misdemeanor, punishable hasnt 'started as early as last fen "ap"aft\ ron 'the new 'floor]. It that and went from'on the that sound afternoon of shooting Her- O. Griffis, proprietor. ;:
= : year's record breaker. So far was anew bed! and the furnitureman (Seymours and Bel-Air '
only by a fine of not/more than $100, or cules will have to push ,a carloadof of a grocery and fish market on ) _
had
there has just been a nip in the not put-it together pro I
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a'rterm of riot more ttem 60 days. perly., stumps to replace on the market E. Brownlee St., died Wednesday '. ...
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air.in the early mornings, but one .
the gunpowder that was consumed. morning in a Jacksonville hospital I
By what possible stretch 6f logic can one day, of these days 'soon someone will ;, < *
If I had been a dove or a after illness of several months. ..
Wore *or !tess, in the age of a child reduce the leave 'the ice box door open up Anyhow, we have our new an & J BUILDING SUPPLIES ;
ppa lark I would not have flown Born 'Aug. 31, 1917 in Starke ;:,
home now and we consider .... ,
jnagnituderff 'ar'crime from One 'that warrants north 'and then we'll shiver. ourseh.es ,
within a mile of that place. 1
he was the son of the late Rich- ,
prison 'term of ten 'years, to 'one that :'may 'be to be two of the luckiest will say this, that a fast flying, ard Allen and Mamie G. Griffis.He (FHA Financing and ABC) .
Crushed off with 'piddling sixty days? Sucha Brooklyn Lake is up from the people in this area. We even havea lead dove has lots of the .\ ,. '
toting
a ana'it'hoot tithe we saw It last summer. Re- new water pump. We haven'tnamed was a member of the Baptist ...... ..i';, .
utterly illogical Church. ,
discrepancy seems
'cently we went over the Jax it yet as we're going to '. 5
Justification. indecent kposure is no less depraved if the 'vic- lake 'from the bay and there was good one we'll give it a good in touch with your Social Security Melvin 0., Marcus W., and Mar- TERWILLEGAR MOTORS ,

tim 'of his lewdness is 14 or'40, and we fail to *e 'pretty good flow of water name, but otherwise, we'll think office ley R. Griffis, all of Jacksonville, (Ford for 1959: Cars and Trucks
see.that the age.af coraptaiifent has any :bearingon through there. .. up something nice and hateful. 5. -When 'you reach age 65, (162 and A. A. Griffis, Miami; and two ) ., I
'a a ;for women!, visit the nearest So- esters Mrs. C. Hi Barton, Jacksonville -
the matter.
Talked:to 5a 'man who 'has livedin 639 Retired Workers cial Security office. Tell your fam- and Mrs. Dorothy Scan-
'
While \ve ',strongly: rrecoromeii'd 'that the 'next i Africa :for sometime about the ily now to visit the office if you lan of San Diego, Calif.

:ISisHture;; make iehfehjjes i ih 'the ;law'provide cattle :raised there. lie:said that Draw S27017; Per /shoulddie.The Funeral services will.be held at

tae'r penalties Cdr, '"9'* W IridU&ters1, i in 'the 'over 'there 'they "kill "a cow Just Month In 'Bradford address of the District Office 11 ajn. Sunday In DeWitt C. 'WR GR RADIO

meantime'we,nust'make: thebest! 'of'the laws we 'before '--"dies" 'and as a consequence of the Social Security Administration Jones Chapel with Rev. J. D. :

.have. In jiesv. <)f-.-.the'frequency'of these'occur-? 'most'of'the beef is slightly ; In 'a'special report to the work-' is 212 Southeast First Williams officiating. Burial will ....

Tences in this'a1' &,in 'recent 'Imonths, 'it would be on the'chewy' side.:'He 'said there 'ers in'the 'Bradford'County, area Street. -Gainesville. ,. Florida be in Crosby Lake Cemetery. -

well for all parents lo impress upon !their;*hil- 'one'time was'a 'law 'that a steertcouldn't'be'butchered L. 'G, McDowall, -manager 'of the -- '" --- ---- -- ,
--- -- -
Social --
Security Administrationoffice
before'five
'
fen tlie oU wfngirules? : '
yean old>> find a cow before eleven. said'that approximately
1. 'Never accept" rid' s 'Ifnhn''strangers. S. '27017.00 'monthly is ;being paidto DON'T MISS THIS GREAT EVENT!

2. -Never I'"aCeeptcandy from 'strangers3. / While there tsnt a law of that 639 retired workers,their wives .. -
kind here, we sort of wonder just children,'and to widows and chil
'Always report n-y''stringer you see 'hang- how old some of the beef is that '>dren of workers 'who rhave -died.-

iI g'around "oh f&ot 'or In 'a dar near -your school, we buy.'In fact, we are about to 'This represents a .substantial increase -

playground, or 6ther."places where you play. Re- suggest 'a new grade of beef. ? 'over similar figures at'this 0 0o

-portsuch ,persons+ to -your "teacher, 'policeman, There is prime, choice .good' time last year. 00
'lI1 ihnan, -bos driver, or parents. standard 'and commercial and "But there are still-people," Me- o o
we'd suggest one labeled TOUGH! 'Do 'aU continued, *>ho'are losing 0 0 0 :
\ Always try'to get the license number of 0 0
At least :then you'd know that payments simply because'they delay : .p
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the :Make cert : writing it down with 0 c 0
_ car. inbY: you were "in for a rough time coming to Our office to' fib 0
'pencil, -or scratching it with 'a stick In the dirt, hacking away 'at it. 'claims."

: '.or with -a stone on the sidewalk. a a a Social "Security payments are 00 00

: 6. tN ptice : Orlando 'and decide On whetherto women! or dies. He must file 'an
6. ,Always remember that the policeman is join'in marketing.agreement application. Your Social Security

: 'yo r'friend. 'Go to_him any. lime you are' in 'or not. They've had such a rough office wants to 'help and will ", .

: 'tWflble.Leniency. time 'eiith''the"feast or famine" render all possible assistance. But INFANTS '
'deal, 'that It'' looks like they'd be'willing'to' you must take the first step. R>s Ladies' Coats t I ,,penis
: 6f the law'and reluctance on the part yi 4.
.J
of some Children-arid parents to"report such cases' try S.almost. anything. 'designed Social for Security the working legislation man.was To Orlon-Dynel} C"or d uray' ,c ra.w. lers- J\h ki

: --doubtless responsible for the frequency with It has quit'raining again, after make sure that Social Security I Ylyy ':" .

! 'ri'hjcb'Iheyzotcnr.' Thexiepjrave'd rid.that.,"gets_ 'one>good soakjng'shower a while does all it can for him, MrMcDdWall ; Blends '. Gripper Crotch 'm\RK .
",
II ;a 1y" '\ thane Imtecetit fex 8&re charge usually 'ago. 'and 'unless it starts soon suggests that each "Social .
100
: become a rep ter/ "gdes on*to something worse :'there'll be more talk: again about Security card holder do the following s % Wools 1 00 ,.., : ,'- n .

NotHlhfc Wo ld' stop .this type'6f thing 'quicker ''the "rain ,makers". Trouble with things: % k Wool CasI m re. _, i
: that arrangement was that whilesoftie' 1. 'Assure yourself'that you havea : V PANTS
'than ah altoirt Ifrack down'by law enforcement : -
Social
Security 'Account Num-
farmers: wanted the water
Nylon Blends
: :p'ff icera, ,j juries and 'th''p bUc"at large A stronger turned on. others wanted it left ber Card, containing your correct Girls I Orion I .

,: law would help,'of course,and'the public'should off, 'and the committee that had Social 'Security Number find your ;4 100% Cashmere -

: demand that the next Legislature! take Steps' to to decide had a rough time name spelled properly.
: ln .*. 2. Show your account number
,t' dy"this. weakness. 1'Butchering 19.85 SALE 2.7SBLANKETS
.. time will be here to each new employer and see -
. I"e.r.ers l
s _
" any day now, and that means that he gets ,the information correct : To ,
"N : One plenty:of good fresh meat, as well on his record $65 '
Pb Ntlri1bfir
0 ; 1 ,
3. Checkup on Social Sec
: 'sausage. Makes us hungry just your; ; >
about -and urity Account every other year. A I' .
to think It; while Cardigan 2.98
: Due. to. the.P1orida'SupremeCourt's.. ruling that we're wishing we might as well postal card or phone call to your Ladies' ACCESSORIES,

'kept-the >ropoged,new-State Constitution off the .wish we had ,some good cane I nearest"Social'Security office will Slipover. 1.98 J' ,

: General! l Election l '''ballot, Voters' -will"find only .two .syrup.to, gp with the pancakes. formal tiring. )you request a form for making ft : Hits,'. '.. Bags. ,. Gloves, 1

: amendments.ron the ticket when'they go'lto 'the _. NOTICE 4.;After you have been in work

: 'P UA November,1. '' 'One 'bt thiSe has tb fco t-frh l<',wint Notice Clefts Is hereby and ghen-tbat'In tctors the have foll Covered by.Social Security if you Ladies'. Orion Men's Long Sleeve I .

been appointed for the General election become, disabled,. should .
get
: SftolisMrig'the: 6ffice'&f'County Solicitor in Hills- to be held Tuesday' "Jfovember -you r
. ) '' 4. 'A. D. .'UiS.. In the vatiOus 'pre- e Woven
TJorotfeh County,,and 'is 'o'fi: litfle Tn'f erest U "othersections clnct of :. Sn
: 'of Arthur C.. Pearce Inspect-
: 1, is matter of. more vital l concern. ore; Ethel D. Reddish( J well T.Roberts ,k:
y
.'lames H, Eunice. Shirley MOH'Y.FOR fir SPORT = F i
:Amendment No.- 1 is designed 'to 'legalize the Johnspn! and Earl C. Mosley. Cardigan
: 'rteo-called "daisy'ch in" method of 'ameh'dihg{ the nttcrvcr we. x voBtHsTiiiklsClerk. o.
Albert L. Crosby, Jr.; In- Orion AcrilonBlend'
: and
: t'5tat -C nstituti n. That -isthe voters would ,ectors: .Candia .Hlxon,. porls."E.Norman. r .-
''' Mary :: Watterson J,. Satin BindingAssorted ;
- iiot'1J fe allowed 'toapprove Nellie 3 98.J
.".. '" any one amendment 'Ethel R. "parks. W. Pearce, : ,S M L 'Colors
( 1 Jatees R. Ch'aiteen atfd Robert G. .

different ,.Green.PaECi'cr0.. SOCTH VrarifE / '* '
: : ; Reg. 2.98
tion. Clerk L. M. Gaines: Inspectors: -Slipover 3.78" .
a Blanche Cooper Vaughn Ruth B. EVERY .
1'' For'iftdtlai if' Amendment Broadway.. Edw. W. Coolberth. Eaton SALE 1.98
ce, No. 1
-
is "passed, R. F. Jordan ana Lillian Bishop. '2.98 ; 'Or:2 For 7.00 '
the egislaturetould: offer some amthdment that PBECIXCT NO. 4 GRAHAM :

a .... "nilght Ue Vftal to schools, -or'old age assistance -tpMtori Clerk._: Clarence.'Equilla .J.Rpberts Frailer, :Berry In- Asst. ColorsLADIES 6 '1111 -" :

di- "some. other matter where, time is :of 'the Essence : DyaJ f HEClNCT and Pearl'O.Thomas., -...fiAMPTOV WORTHWHILE '... ": --" Men'sSTRETCH '. '
THROW RUGS
:and it might,be disastrous to wait another Clerk Wj. .Sfaxwell: Inspectors '
two Laura Belle Prown. G..P. Wadsworthand : HOSE 'SOXPlaids "
; -Yet this '
years. measure'could be tied to Tna t' Knrrht: '
Colors
a others that'mfght.-be very distasteful t& 'th PREClXCt 'THESE3SA: and Solids Assorted

pie'in'general,and they Vduld l have.no' choice i; peo-o'f 'DoMe Clerk.) Doper Clyde, Malanar Hersey: Wynn Inspectors...and I 15-60's and 15-51's SALE 98C '

%"flection 'uriHerfhe "daisy( .chain" it would 'be Jean,PEKCIKCT.B. Darby. i-Mmr KIVEK MR 1 FOR --

'HI or 'nMIing} ; .the good with the-bad. .'Dorothy Clerk. R'L.. ,.R".Anderson Andrews; Irispectors.Mary D. 2 IjOO$ $1.00 "

a The 'only.'possible ,merit in this,.amendment is '"Brownand' Man :tuclHe Wiggins. BEDSPREADSReg.
PRECINCT SO. BkOOKEB NEED -_
. ',that it-wouldenable the people 'of Florida to Vote Clerk. Franklin S. Tinney; In- s ,
on an enttenew spectbm: Jaiies 'E. Hamilton... L. > RayonPANTlE Men's WhiteHANDKERCHIEFS
: Constitution i theycannot >h
. .. Green. Jr., Elkridge A. Hayes.
. :"Ud J .T&' iriaftets ''stand '!nowbecause; & preme By r
: ,.:'Court-has ruled'"that the, "daisy chain" methodof Tlorldk Commissioners, this October of Bradford II, A.D.County lllill.OF'ICIAL :

., tt ,voting is unconstitutional. ( ,Charles SEAL A. DarUy) ,,CfcrTc. : 5,6,7 3 for',1.00 FOR .. r
\ not t LOANS V ;12: 1.1: OO
'9'e dp believe, 'however, that f the .merits 10-23: It It-:! '

of the amendment ._ : ._ .
are'sufficient on '
a to offset thebbVidus 8 .9 10 11 -
1NOTICr'!: rOf'E D,,. : 2for:1/ X00 .
disadvantage 'of having to accept bad ".l1erla.'Clte'.it,' T tIa*.ClUdecrr.rt. Dradfeti.. c...'r. : DP TO : : Men's,and Boys' '+, i
a amendments in order to obtain ,
good'' ones..' For Case,No. 12-65S
that reason, it -seems .1t0 'us that 'voters -should Treby.C, Slide"Plaintiff. vfc. Jua- \ .Ileg.2.98 .

t rn'\hhrri s down 'on Amendrflent: Nb. 0n e.s neile Etade TO Defendant.NOtlCE APPEAR.- $600 SKIRTS .-JACKETS M :
SALE .' 1
TO: ,14ane,1 lle,Slade. whose residence .a$
-fend address Is: Cb[ J.: W.
Pope, -Rout 2. poagla Georgia Solids, Plaids, '
'You"are hereby notified that a suit e 1.98 Stripes /
\ tF1,1fE111'BFR-1'lieie's'an' Election"on next'Toesbrf for divorce and -support of 'minor 1/ I CANNON TOWELS t
'!":aaJ ,' :lti'ol m! nth' lDelnocratfc'' ,'ltomii1ees -are children In the abovename has 'been 'fljed Court against and cause you 'Folks' .Find Us Friendly" Reyersibjesand. ,
'
t.( hdt fTci&lb" t end are, required to serve a To .Suedes '
: !Iected-tintil'afterthe! General} Ke copy'you of your'''answer or pleading'to LOCAL w ". Bath Size .- 68c
. .!ion,and spme-o'f fhe State candidates Have! llepublicim the complain on -Plaintiffs Attorney FINANCE '
A. J. Thomas. Jr. SOJ-5 Tem- 7.98Assorted Hand: Towels 38c
: opposition rtten't l leave the job :barf pie Avenue Starke, Florida and file Boys'Flannel ,
a done., rVote\next'Tuesday! the orieftml in the office of the COMPANY Wash Cloths ,8c& 18c '
-..... .. p. -- ., ..'--- ... ...,..-_ .. Clerk pf, the Circuit' Court on or _
u
. before the II of KovemWr. Uill
day : SHIRTS
..,. otherwise the allegations Qf said 114 N.' Plaids, Stripes,, Solids !"' ,
i :THt;: ,,: .'b7 t1RD:COU +I (:1i\itG> t PH Complaint eased by will be taken, as ..conf Watont St ,

. ES'r.117s Tbie'nWke I you.shall "-published onc# (3'Doors from Post Office) -Ladies' FlannelBERMUDA 1 : .
Vach week; for;four consecutiveweeks $13,00 :
s'! : 2'FOR
.\.rinf.4' -
! { tci'Lx"ltaide.PR .
.. I 1 .ots\ [ to- the Bradford< County Telegrtph.'tMtrtnMs Mrs. Marguerite THall ,
15'dmy of October 15SJ. Mgr. SHORTS
: ,!\': *b'\ $ : ..r"'L..ii D CONTIKOcVtT; OFFICIAL{ SEAL .. Phones: WO '44)101) ,-
CHAKLES A. DARBY "' '
S .'r. .\...... ITN 'a.t1It WAId WU'rRQIL.., 'Clerk.et'ttie "Circuit Cburt.. i and WO'blll.w. I8 m 2: for'3od Warm and Serviceable l
pir
'TharAdE.ttred 1 ; ;
. I, p. s..aciu..8att. e* Py Uarwn L.Crewby' IWputyv .,., ,. : :.: Ideal for School
,
'ia1{'iilrJ. '
-tthe atarkh V6.:iste'e let \1 .... >..Tiirl. j' .al 4. c..1 .1 :.STARKF FLA. f'
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THURSDAY. OCTOBER SO.; 1338:>> BRADFORD COTTJfTT Ttt.E ,Upn. STAEKE.PINEJLEYEL t'tcr.mA.
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; = dents of ,Hampton they now live their new' home. Mr. and Mrs.

4. Cocoa. Kenneth Brown and children .
Mrs. J. H. McAlhany and Mrs.
HAMPTONsi moved from the brick building on
.VA. R. McAIhany, mother and
,Bin. ,H. H.' McRaeuWUauaulluulllle Tr: :mot+i _? V: By Mr*. E. mil sister-in-law of Mrs. J. W. Home Navarre St.. into the house vacated

C 4V. left Thursday for their home in by Mr. and Mrs. Cox.

f V 1 .LIUUUIWIIIIaululA. Reevesville. S. C., after a few Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Meads of
We had good'' attendance at days visit here with Mr. and Mrs.. Jacksonville! dinner
Church p M. Bryant was able to return were guests
Sunday. Some of the folks Home.
home Monday after three Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. V.
were School late classes so .It cut the Sunday ..1t .,t : V' weeks in Lake Butler hospital following Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox and J. Slade in Hampton. Mr. Meadsis
down to 126. The
children last week into
i a stroke. He is improving moved Mrs. Slade's uncle.
pastor Rev.
W. E. Hall brought
slowly. Mr. and Mrs.
the at Bryanfsson.
message both morning and s.
erenung 'services.Dinner Al is here with them on
leave from the Navy. He has been
,
'
guesta of the H. M.
stationed in Antartica.
McRaes were Mrs. Carrey Edwards :. : D
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Geer You'll!!
and Mrs. Susie Clark of r 's 1i and four children moved last notice a change
d
8tarke.-Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman ]w
,week from Hawthorne to the
and Mrs. Beulah Kelly of f
Heilbronn. Sunday afternoon visitors house on Navarre Ave. formerly

of the'McRaes were Mr. and : ,occupied by Mr. and Mrs. David when you change to
Mrs. Peter, Graham and daughter f Brown. Three of the Geer children -
.' have transferred to
V Pall Hamp-
Mary'Ellzabeth. rr'
and granddaughter
Murline Grantland. ton Elementary School and one

of Fort White. Mrs. Edwin Me- dF 'Is 'pre-school age. SDKoolmotor
"
1- ; I Mr: and Mrs. Glenn Macintosh
Raeand, children of Starke. Mr.and t eri
i Jr. and children of Jacksonvillewere
Mrs. H. H. Lewis and Mrs.J.
? W. McRae and Mr. and Mrs. Sunday visitors at the homeof
Wallace.. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Macintoshin
Oil !
The A. J. Fender family visit- yy y yyy yyyyyy | PTA Carnival Costume WinnersCostume and' children of Tampa were the Mr.Hampton.and Mrs.
Sands and children -
ed Mr. Fender's mother. Mrs. Lila weekend guests of her parents
Smith and his brother and sister- BROOKER the L..L. Parkers moved Saturday from the
winners, at the highly [bride], prettiest;. David Stalna- Wiley Williamson house to Tam-
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Fender
in-law.
Rev. L.: L. Parker is ill in the 1. Increased
of Orlando over the weekend. successful Brooker PTA Hallo- ker [Dracula,. ugliest; Peggy pa. They had just moved in the gasolene mileage
hospital in
Gainesville and we do
By Barbara Sue Davis we'en Carnival last Saturday Edwards [ week before
On groom, best-looking; from New York City.
,the
way home they visited wish every one will remember him
Mrs. Fender's relatives at The- rlllul.I..I.", afternoon were [left to right]: Eddie-Lewis [Mammy .most 'or- with prayers. Mrs. M. R. Misner, and Mrs. R. 2. Increased engine power
i Intermediate age: John Lewis iginal. C. Williams who is here visiting
ressa."Rev.' and Mrs. O. J. RaulersonOf Mrs. Lottie Edwards. Mrs. W. ugliest; Ernestine Lester, pret- Older group: Margie Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Crosby of with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3. Decreased oil consumption

, Kissimmee spent Monday nightvrlth' T. Blair, Mrs. T. W. Ma'rkey and tiest; Jim Temple Jr., most or- ugliest; Steve Tinney [Robot], Greensboro were Monday lunch J. W. Home substituted Mondayat
Mrs. Mattie Barry fixed an ex- eon guests of Rev. and Mrs. H.
iginal.Preschool
most 4. Decreased
; the H: M. McRaes, after original; Regina Harrell, Hampton Elementary School. engine knock
hibit at the County fair Mondayfor H. Mott. They were enroute home .
Patsy Edwards
visiting friends 1 in Lawtey. They age: prettiest.The Mrs. Ola M. Perkins, principal A '
the Home Demonstration club after visiting with their
' son in ,
and eighth grade teacher, and 5. Decreased engine
left Tuesday to visit relatives and wear
Melbourne and
of Brooker.Mr. daughter
in San-
friends in ,Macclenny, St. George Mott family. Bishop 'Thomas Mrs. Janie H. Noe. sixth and sev- .
family
6a. and Jacksonvile.. Rev. Rauler- and> Mrs. T. W, Markey are Laudis Sutton of Newberry and visited the H, H. Lewis family in ford.Mr. enth grade teacher were absent
is to to visit in WaycrosS,; Ga. over Barney Sutton of Gainesville, and Mrs. Allen Lewis of on school business.
son preparing begin a new Starke Sunday. Cities Service 5D Koolmotor
the weekend and attend the wed- Gainesville 'weekend
nephews of Mrs. Mattie were guestsof Joe Thomas of Gainesville was
Sowells
work at Golden.Rod, a small town Mrs. Groover
Thomas
near Winter Park.Thiscommunity. ding of Miss Carolyn Vollenweider. visited her Sunday afternoon.Mr. weekend guest of Mr and was Mrs.the the Amanda Lewis family. guest speaker last Sunday for actually does the work of several .

was saddenedat and Mrs. Fred McDavidand Wilbur Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. The Brooker' PTA pr ident. both services at Hampton Baptist grades of motor oil to ,
the death of Frank Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeywere Sue Brenda and Don Mc- Bill Geenor and children in Gain- Frank Tinney reports the Hal Church. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas give maximum protection 'eY icr
He passed away Sunday night. the Sunday afternoon guestsof David visited friends and rela- esville. loween Carnival' held Saturday and children were Sunday supper you -

Our sympathy goes to all his family. the R. K. Dukes family in Lake tives in Pompano over, the week- I Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hodge and night at the school was a huge guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hamer for starting, warm-up, and -5
success.
Also for .the Kersey family Butler. end.M. children of Leesburg visited the Lott Jr.Sunday. cruising-the three daily driving
for the death of Oswood Kersey Mrs. Rure Dukes and daughterof O. Harell and son. William Ivy Hodge family recently. The.. highlight- of the afternoon visitors at the home of '
who died 'Saturday Lake Butler visited the G. E. attended Gator and Vanderbilt We are happy that Mrs. Flor- was one drawing for prizes that Mrs. Ina, Knight and son were ranges

Greens and T. W. Markey fami- football game in Gainesville recently ence Vanadore is home after had been .on display for the past Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bradley and

First Christian Church lies Saturday afternoon. some time 'in the hospital now with a two weeks at G.. E. Greens store. son and Mrs. Bradley's mother STOP IN THIS WEEK!

Mr. ,and Mrs. Ernest Douglasof Judy Bushlope of Green Cove broken hip. She is able to be The winners were as following: Mrs. Mazzie Sparkman all of

Homing worship, 11 a.m. Charleston S. C.. visited his Springs; granddaughter of Mr. i and about. up i fruit cake- Melba Tetstone; stainless Jacksonville.Mrs. SILCOX CITIES SERVICE

Rev.. J. E., Sherwood, pastor mother; Mrs. Iva Douglas over and Mrs.' N. J. Davis spent the I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and steel Mrs. Aubrey Hazen; 1I. D. May was in Brad-
Sunday School, 10 a.m. the weekend. weekend recently with her grand- Barbara Sue and Dickie Davis baseball'glove, j. C. Fowler: costume ford County Hospital for treat
Youth Churcn:, 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. J. !L. Lewis of parents.Mr. attended the Bradford Booster jewelry, W. E. Bigham Jr. ment. She was expected to be 705 Temple Avenue Starke, Fla.

Wednesday Prayer Meeting, Starke. Mr l and Mrs. Hershall ,and Mrs. W, A., Davis and Club fish fry'and midget football and" electric percolator Mr. Shepard home by Wednesday of this week.
730/pjn. Layfield and children of Gainesville children of Waldo, were Saturday game in Starke the Gulf Life Ins. agent of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Van Alstineand
Saturday
, Adult Choir practice, 6:45 pi;. ,and Mr.' and Mrs. Marshall night dinner guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Waters night.and this district. daughter. Florence, and her L CITIES SERVICEfhe J

Wednesday. Mott of Lakeland visited Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis. son n_._ _Rirhlurl n______ _antf.", .p"t. ..II inn.f..... The regular PTA n meetlnr- -nCI will..__ daughter visited in Hampton Sat
;) U4
ladles Council 1st and 3rd Mrs. .Noon Mott Mrs. Marvin Hazen of Starke 6. be Thursday of last
Sunday. Gainesville,' and Mr. and Mrs. G. Oct. 30th at 8 p. urday week. Former resi _
Tuesday* nights. I Mrs. Brock Perryman,and Mrs. visited the Clyde Cone family W. Davis Barbara and Dickie m. All members are urged to at-
Everybody welcome to each H.: Bennett of Gainesville were Sunday afternoon. Davis enjoyed
a picnic'at Cedar tend.Mrs. '
/1 ervice.. weekend guests of the J. R. Rebecca Thomas of Jacksonville Key Sunday. Kershaw and Share-; Profits In Starke
was. the'fI11P. :_. rtf h*... 'r..%.....*..<**.*- ,..._. -* daughter -
-- n' 0--- VA U'" vubo. 44.4.and Annette' Green and Barbara' Joyce and Mrs. Charles Perry of

Mrs. Bob Thomas last week. Sue Davis of the University of Gainesville visited the M. O. Har

It's easier than ever visited Jo Ann her Thomas father,of Troy Jacksonville Thomas I Flordia were home with their'respective rell family Sunday afternoon.Mr. TiT1TiMfl1u1'

families the and Mrs.
saferGOODYEAR and over week- Lloyd Wood and
to get New, sister Patricia last week. I
son Craig of
end.Mrs. Jacksonville were :
Kap Emerson
of Bland
TIRES was the .
weekend C. W. Warren and Mrs. the weekend guests of the W. E.
guest of Linda Sue Martha Lee Burney Bigham Jr.
and children family.
tor your car Thomas and they attended the of Dade \ @ 11" 'W't Ili/i
City
visiting + l
are
Halloween Carnival at Brooker the Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Sessions of r
Saturday night.IAXV'ILLE', Sam Smith family for a few days. Wauchula visited the Ralph Net-

I Mr. and Mrs. B..... W.". ;Overturf- .*tles family'a few'days last week. r4 l 0 f
-

t sonville 'Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs:E, D.,Higginbotham f 7 if
Mr. and Mrs. Sal Mongovi. ,and sons spent 0
., Saturday and FRI., SAT.,
Mrs. Edna Manning Mrs. Mary Saturday ,
night
with Mr. and Mrs.
Griffis and Mrs. Inez Tyson of H. A. Sweat in Macclenny and OCT. 31, NOV. 1PHILCO

By Airs C. B. Nolan Glen St; Mary visited with Mr. enjoyed a fishing' trip Saturday.
and Mrs. Dan Groves and daugh- Mr. ,
and
W .A.I. Mrs D. J. Parrish and
' '
'' '' '' ''''''' '''4 ul
, ter Minnie Monday morning. family were in Starke Monday

.' Mr. .and Mrs. Dan Groves and Howard Durrance spent last evening,Mrs.,Parrish has been ill 0 0
Ia daughter, Minnie, T. L. Manningand Friday and Saturday with his and had to go to a doctor. Hope

Ronnie and Terry Cannon uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. she will soon be as good as new
r attended the Rodeo in Callahan Marvin Green in Middleburg. aeain.t .

NO DOWN PAYMENT Sunday afternoon. Friends of Mrs. Jim Strickland I AI Bell of Jacksonville is spending -

Miss Gnann Thompson of Pa- our Clay Hill correspondent, will i this week with his brother and

latka spent last weekend visiting regret to learn that she is ser- sister-in-law. Mr.. and Mrs. W. J.
with Miss Ginger Cannon. iously ill in the Bradford County Bell. V -
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: WHEN YOU TRADE IN Tommy Merritt of Live Oak hospital and we do wish her a Willie Newman of, Live Oak III III llllllllIiI
was a guest of Miss Ginger Cannon Speedy recovery.
was a visitor at the
Maxville
at her home here Mrs. Lilly Mosley of Jacksonville llgllp illilhll'
Sunday -
Baptist Church last ....
Wednesday I ''It
evening spent last weekend with her _. w
.YOUR OLD TIRES night..
Mrs. Mamie Whitcomb Gaineyof sister. Mrs. Lealer Harris.. ------ New shape-new style
Lake ,City visited with Mrs. Mr and Mrs; Henry Griffis and i Mr. and Mrs,.D. J. Parrish and
Fannie Griffis last family enjoyed Sunday L family and Mrs. Hattie Nolan en
Tuesday. Mrs dinner
L for ..and no budget strain Gainey was a teacher at the Long with Mrs. Gladys Copeland and joyed a sightseeing trip along the '- fits like a "built-in"t !

at .these rock- Branch School 52 years ago. i: family St. Johns,River Sunday afternoon
-' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffis and We are sorry to learn that Mrs. from Green' Cove Springs to Hastings tsrh, ;, J'a Right out of 1959

'I I SUPER-CUSHION. bottom prices! ,, family and Mr. and Mrs. D. J. R. L. Harris is on the sick 'list and Palatka and home by' -. f.._.r..rr. """' production

I Parrish and family drove to Jack- this week and,wish her a speedy ,the way of Starke. ,- 7 ---' a Giant 12.3 cu. ft. capacity
byV sonville Saturday night to see recovery. We are'sorry to learn that Mrs. ',
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<< "Onion Head." We are glad that Mrs. Doss Bill Roberson cut her hand badlyon i a Smart new P olarton e"

GOOD; EAR Miss Shirley Higginbothamspent Higginbotham has sufficiently recovered a broken glass one day last r f :: L,, color

last Friday night with her to be at home again week and is unable to use it. ? .,'t--.. e New split rive I lighting

brother-ui-law and sister, Mr. and though still under treatment. Friends of Mr. and Mrs.; Roberson Modern
i Fits most pre-1957 models of Plymouth, Mrs. Bob Robinson in Jackson- Mrs. Doss Higginbotham! has |Will like to know that they are i Automatic Detroit

Ford Chevrolet Hudson Nash Studebaker received word here that Mr. and now making their home at 2145 -, e Huge 80 Ib. freezer
ville.Mrs.
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t Dorothy Waters John and Mrs. H. R. Kilgore and family Post St. in Jacksonville. \ ; a Even the price is NEWS!

Linda Waters visited in Jacksonville i have arrived safely. hi Duluth The 'Maxville PTA, Carnival 1 85-1294
lOW lOW PRICED// t
Chart on camp Dont ]let that last Friday. Little Marcia Minnie. turned out to be very successful. --= z.

top youl Tour tire* will make Roberson returned home with Shirley. Higginbotham, Becky with plenty to eat and plenty of

the down payment, and ow 95' them to spend the weekend and Higdon Linda Waters Bonnie fun, for the young people.

weekly PlY plan makes the $ Linda remained overnight in Padgett Edith. Copeland. Edith Friends 'of Mr. and Mrs. Jack mow.

null..blanot,easy to handle. 12Size Jacksonville with her brother-in- Harris and Frances Bell were all 'Waters and family will,be inter R 0

Trade today for newt safer Six' *,70x15llockwoll ". l law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill initiated into the Baldwin F. H. ested to learn that they have purchased

Goodyear Tires. type fwao'"bN Roberson.Mr. A. Club last Monday night. a new home, in NormandyVillage. $22995

end tin! and Mrs. Bootsie Cannon Miss Gloria Higginbotham visited ,and ,moved in Saturday.
I' and son Earl attended the Rodeoin her mother. Mrs. Leslie Sweat Mrs. J. C. Bell and son Jimmie

Callahan Sunday afternoon.Mrs. and family last Tuesday evening, have ,been visiting with Mr, and

'6.00x16.' Fit most Guy Frigo and children and helped cook at the MaxvilleHalloween Mrs. ,Albert Smith and family.

older models of of Jacksonville were Sunday din Carnival last Tuesdaynight. We are sorry that Mrs. Ruby: .
Plymouth,
: 1195 ner guests of Mrs. Fannie Griif Owens and ,her daughters, Peggy a e e Up
Ford, Chevrolet, Nash, tuU. Mr. and Mrs.Leslie Sweat and (-D Club Organized and Judy have been ill at their s A

Studebaker recoppo"ltal,.._ family, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cannon A 4-H Club has recently'' been .home:here.

tin Mrs. Buford Higginbotham organized at the Maxville School Mr, and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham

Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham 'and with the following officers: Peg and family visited with rely I.S :I., ;Ke3i: 'I.,"ljulI! :
Merle Higginbotham were all gy Lucas president: Alene Sweat tives in Jacksonville Saturday. I' ':.. ',_ ',
Size 7.10x15 Size 7.60x15 guests In Jacksonville Saturday. vice president, Jackie Joyce The parties at the Maxville ': r.. .:
Ktt _t' pr19J7 mill*1. Fit*.most rc.n mod1t of, Y
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Mr. and Mrs; D. B. Griffis and secretary and treasurer; Helen Civic Club have been having nice ,,
of K.OW, ,D.So ,lukk,
luick.No OWt
DwJfl Chrysler o .
,and Cannon BIG I FAMILY I SIZES8to12cu.I
Mercury, Pentlac! Nudge ,Hudson Mtrcury; Packard daughter, Karen visited Mr. ,. song leader; Frances attendances: lately on Friday T-
Mrs. Lacey Norman in mghlandSunda Clark historian, and Sharon night. Surely hope then Carnivalthis s I"
$ afternoon.. Griffis game Jeader. They will
week win help lots toward
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I485typtplui..... sM Si llockwall MM.ryp Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Godwinof meet"each 2nd and 4th Tuesdays.Each that new building which we hopeto ., ft. I
tai. plus tax Lakeland spent Sunday with 2nd with the
Tuesday
assistant '
have I
eAd UU,J ... end raappgfel In the very near future. Illuitrcted-Phileo R5-892 -- _
L d,. tin Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harris and Home Demonstration n We are sorry to learn of N, J. ...... I i __

family. I agent, Mrs. Nan Cochran and Hires bad luck. Last Friday '.4 CU. ft. capacity *. i Door Shelves for egg, -1: [[
, t Get 4 for as little as $1.25 A WEEK! Mr. and ,Mrs. Leslie Sweat and each 4th Tuesday with Mrs Jane e night while awaiting for a bus Extra big 32 lb. freem (lore and tall bottles r ,

family visited in Macclenny Sun Rollins in charge."Mr. and Mrs. home he. had his wallet
containing full width chiller -
Deep, -
day with Mr. and Mrs. H. A: Leslie 'Sweat carried an of the $56.00 lifted from him. e Milk shell holds; half-
drawer
Sweat and family and in Baldwinwith officers into Jacksonville Satur which hurt pretty ''badly after f f jallon{ cartons ta I
13.0 ft. Shelf Are
Mrs. Junior Goolsby. day October 18 to a joint meeting haVing- worked so hard to earn sq. Porcelain interior
OODMAN'VIr' $ Friends of J. W. Jones will pf the 4-H Clubs at 4Club it. a New "Poimionet"InteriorColor ,
HIICO 1-19J
regret to learn that he Is in at Park. Little Joan. Kincald. Kathleen a !-y.ar Warranty

his home here. Weare all proud to know that and J- M. Hires of Jacksonvillehave
SERVICE STATION Melvin Watson has ,been conducting the Maxville school is a' fully accredited been spending the weekends

U. S. 301 South preaching services each school for the first time, with their grandparents. Mr. C. HJ NASWORTHY PHILCD DEALER

r- 2nd. 4th and 5th Sundays at the this year We have been trying and Mrs. N, J., Hires here and
STARKE, FLA. Doctor's Inlet Prison Camp. hard to improve our school and attending Sunday School and

Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Cro5bYj now the results are beginning I to Church .Services. .witb..them. 310 EAST CALL ST.
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Halloween Carnival Mr. 'and Mrs. James Sullivan WANTED Clean Cotton' Rags.

and family spent the weekend inMayo No Pants No Shirts, Must Be

a f dj' FJ Will Feature :nth Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clean. Bradford County Tele-.
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Supper At 5 P.M. Sullivan graph. .

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The annual PTA Halloween Car- '

1rhdye A nival will start at 2%p.m.- 'Friday. U)1 IJgJh" t I Sharetbe Profits In Starke
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Oct. 31, and continue until S p.m.

( Moot, There will: be:pony rides, house of The Bradford County Hospital I I

f : horrors, country stores, 'fish pond, announces: the following births: 'I
and other features at ten cents .. I
Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Championof I
Alumni Dance Miss RichardeIs ;
Jane
? : per turn. Starke, a 'son, sfarkAtbert. ,
Planned By; ClubIn 'ComplimentedAt Beginning ,at 5 p.m. 'a fried Oct. 22. I

I rM chicken supper will be served to Mr! and Mrs.. Edwin
R 1 Whiteheadof
USO November. 7 LuncheonThe I = fti*, ,fA adults for 75 cents, and children Melrose, a son, Joseph Michael,

35,cents. Oct. 21. -

: The Junior Woman's Club' of Holiday Inn in Gainesville 4 Friday morning there will be },{r.' and ,Mrs. Lee Griffin of ---- FRL SAT. OCT. 31 NOV. 1----
Starke will ..ponsor'an alumni was the setting for a delightful ,
two'performances,of the teachers' Melrose, twin girls, Glenda Jean
dance to be held following the luncheon and miscellaneous shower -
play in the elementary cafetorium. and Linda June, Oct. 23.
Homecoming football game,oft Kri- on Saturday honoring Miss x -j Admission will be''20 cents, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Hughes of Green r x FULL
daY,1 Nov. 7. This event wUl beheld Jane Richarde, popular bride-elect.
is invitedBowling Cove
everyone Springs, a son, TimothyHubert i. One- uarter
; in the USObuilding with Hostesses for the affair were her
Oct. 25.
Larry Gibson) and his orchestra i 'Tt TC7 ,
bridal attendants, Misses Nancy
Mr. and Mrs. James Waters 01 CARAT
Held
providing music from 10 till 1 p.m.: Bates Linda Johns, Sandra Johns, Party
.f. I Starke a son Don Russell, Oct.
Classes that are holding" get- end Joyce and Joan Scholl., :- In Gainesville 26. : il OF
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togethers before and after the Floral place cards designated
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gamy are urged to meet their the seating arrangement at theUshaped I 11" The 15, ;16, and 17 year old girls :Mr. and Mrs. William Paul Diamondsf.50

classmates' at the dance following table. The center table I !,I;'" J' '.' i .. ol the First Baptist Church enjoyed -I Reams Sr. of Starke announce the

their,own separate Part a. Guests held 'a beautiful centerpiece of I I a bowling party in Gainesville -j birth of a daughter, Ruby, on
will ;'be asked to sign a, register .white, gladioli and shattered chrysanthemums New members of the Little; Women's ,Club lie \"ed"as \\aitseft' last Friday evening. i Oct. 25 at Doctors Hospital. l= 1 .

according'to the year of their and down the length I I re at the Halloween party held last Friday night In the The 25 members were chaperoned Mr. and Mrs. F. W, Stricklandof Only
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graduation.Classes; of the side tables were garlandsof Woman's Club Left to right: I Carol Temple, Harriett Powell, by their teachers, Mrs. Ran- Kingsley Lake announce the

of alumni with present the. and largest: also, nom-the Southern smTTax, with miniature I I Flora Slade, Dotty n:13'ton. and Pat Harper. dal 'Chitty, Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, birth of a daughter, Gloria Vereen,

pink umbrellas placed at intervals. and :Mrs. Charles Hardy. on Oct. 26 at St Vincent's Hospital J
class; with the highest percentageof Following the luncheon, the I Little' Women and hollowed out apples held can- : ;h Now for
Lay-away Christmas
will -
alumni present be,gives -
bride-to-be her love-
opened many dy corn. 'Mr and Mrs. Shelley E. :Shu-:
special\ recognition. Prizes will ly,and, usefUts._ ; Use 'Halloween Refreshments, of apple cider, Junior Club Board man of Pembroke, Ga., former

be youngest awarded alumni to the present oldest! at and.the Among the '22 guests present Theme At PartyThe Hallowe'en cupcakes, sandwichesand To Meet ThursdayThe : Starke residents, announce the '. $1.00 will hold your purchase

were Mrs._ H. M. Kicharde of the apples a la mode were served birth of a son, Ricky Keith, on :
dance.
State Farm; mother, of the hon- Woman's Club building by the five new members, Carol executive board of the Jun- Oct 22.
Starke -
Tables will be set up in order '
that alumni sit ,with other oree, and Mrs.: Margaret Buck of was the setting for a delightful Temple, Harriet Powell,' Flora ior Woman's Club will heM its Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Lazenbyof

members of their may class, if desired Palatka, 'mother of the bride- : Hallowe'en' party last Friday Slade, Pat Harper, and Dottie monthly meeting the home of Beaufort, S. C. announce the WATCHES ..

Those'who wish to reserve a table groom-to-be. evening. given by the LittleWomen's Dayton, who were dressed inHallowe'en Miss; Louise Stern, 1369 So, Wal- birth of a son, Joe D. Lazenby Jr.,. GIFTS
costumes. nut St., Thursday at 8 /
for their class should call one ot Club. p.m. on .Oct 24. --
the following club members: Jer- BPW To Sponsor The_.Hallow 'en theme was attractively Dancing and apple bobbing were Board, members please attend.CrosbyRichardson .

Bennett Betty Warren, finance carried put; in the club's enjoyed by the guests throughoutthe
ry ; .New Cancer Film evening. Prizes were won by Cub Pack 70, Dresser
chairman; Carolyn Marco or Maxine decorations with.orange and black ; Sets
social streamers, poms, pap- Barbara Bates Martha Dayton, Presents '
chairman. porn
Elrod paper SkitQuizAttending
The Starke BPW Club will ,
and James Thomas. *
Tickets will be on sale at the er skeletons, jack o'lan'terns and :: Onida Stainless
sponSOr the showing of a, new, Mr and Mrs L. A. Crosby an-
door, or can be obtained from Junior black cats placed at points of interest Chaperoning the party were the when Cub Scout
cancer film, "Time and Two Wom- nounce approaching marriage
Club members at 91.50 per throughout. The individual Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, Mrs. E.!; Pack 70 met at the Methodist Costumes Sets
of their. daughter, Pansy, to Leo
en" on Thursday, Nov. 20, at 8pjn. New Bulovas I
couple, and 75 cents per couple in the Starke' Elementary! tables held centerpieces of lanterns L. Matthews, and Mrs. H. I!;. Day- Richardson, son of Mrs. May Fellowship Hall Tuesday, Oct. 21, 29.75and

for students, Proceeds from; the School cafetorium. This film Is and black cats'contaimng candles,I I ton. Richardson of Reidsville, N. C. were 85 parents and cubs. up Ear-rings
dance will towards the Junior : Den presented a very interesting -
go ror women only, and all womenof The wedding win -be an event of
Club project of a swimming poolfor Bradford County, who are 21 Mr:. F.. \V.: GraudonIs Halloween Party Oct. '31 at Bayless Highway I skit-quiz cased on Folklore,1 Bracelets

the children of Starke. years of age or older, are invited Bridge Hostess At' Lake Home .' Church, at l'p.m.. All friends ot the theme for October, New Elgins 33.75 "
The Is invited to come Den 2 conducted the
public Cere-
Flag
the *
invited.
to attend. There will be no admission couple are and IDENTSfor
and Join in the fun at the big, get- Of Jerome JohnsThe mony and Linwood Walters and, up
'charge., ,Mrs.; Fred, W., Graudon was
together alumni dance, and( renew Donnie Thompson were presented
Miss Dorothy Alvarez, chairmanof hostess at three tables of dessert- both
I Boys
old, acquaintances Hallowe'en motif was ef- with Den Chief's insignia. Wadsworth 19.95
the Bradford of last -
Cancer 'bridge Thursday evening
County
r fecttvely carried oqt in the de- Sapp Reunion Sunday Rewards were presented to 15: and Girls
Mrs. :Sarah Bar
Is
Society, working with the local week honoring
lightful masquerade party given Cubs. and
Birthday Party club Ga., who was up
to promote this project. ton of Atlanta,
last Friday evening by"Mr.. and The descendents of Martha and Registrations were made for
the week with her ; .
For; Gay MabryGay spending daughter, Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr. Mrs. Jerome Johns at their Crystal Henry Sapp of the Heilbronn' section the, coming year I.;
Hospital Lake summer home. will hold a family homecoming -
:Mabry celebrated her tenth Auxiliary and family. Greenery, dead ,branches, owls, this Sunday at the home of CREDIT AT CASH PRICESBuy

birthday anniversary Tuesday eveering Acknowledges Gift Refreshments were served preceding witches stuffed pheasants and Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp. A piCnic Rock Hudson.

from 4:30: to 7:30 o'clock at the bridge game and after ether Hallowe'en decorations car- basket dinner will be served

e1l1e, 1222 Bradford/street, Ttje Bradford County HospitalAtwfliary several{ progressions prizes were ried out Ole theme of the party. at 1 o'clock. i Has Starring RoleIn your entire Christmas Gift list from GEM JEW-

with st hamburger fry and party recently received{ a gif{ Awarded, to the winners.,; Preceding theY ldlife food dinner Park 'Film ELRY. Put it all on one account. Make a small down

for 14 friends. cf $250 from D. S.' Siceioff. Jr.' ot airs. Graudon presenter the non; punch was served from a Executive BoardThe payment and pay weekly, with no interest or carrying

The Hallowen'en' ; theme was car- Lexington, N. CX, president of the oree with a necklace and earring witch's brewing pot. Dorothy Malone, Robert Stack, charge.

ried out In the party decorations. local Big Dad \Manufacturing Co. set as a memento; of 'the occasion. Mr. and Mrs: Sam Zack as executive board. of the and Rock Hudson top an all-star
abd following refreshments, baseball The gift was placed at the disposal cast in "The Tarnished Angels"
Beauty and the Beast won the Starke Woman's Club will meet
and games were enjoyed. of the Atbrihary. to., be,used, coming to the Park Theatre Sun-
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Sunshine]Cla prize as the best dressed couple. Thursday afternoon, Nov. 6, at Gem
s
Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Mabry Jr. as the nrganizatioa Bees fit Announcement \ Jewelry
3:30: o'clock at the club
The 40 guests enjoyed dancing house. day.Adapted
were assisted In serving theirdaughter's of the donation was \ias Tacky Party from William Faulk
during the .
guests by Mr. and Mrs. trade last week by tie Auxiliary: evening. ner's novel, "Pylon," tells of a

:Bob Edward president, lira P. G. Felon The Young Women's Sunshine girl parachutist and her love af-I
. class: of'the Madison Street Baptist :Garden Club Hears UDC Meeting Set fair with a 'New Orleans N. WOODBURN, Owner

;. yf Church' held, a tacky party paper reporter, played by Hock '
Bulbs DiscussedMrs. The W. T. Week's chapter. UUC 109 E. Call Street Phone WO
4-52U
RMiUGA. and hamburger: fry last Saturday i Hudson.. :
r MOTOIS"Winterize will meet Wednesday afternoon,
ejening in the church.. I I M. F. Hazen spoke, on ;Nov. 5, at 3:30: o'clock at the Breaking an historic- precedent
After the delicious supper, ap- "Bulbs. and, Their Cultivation" at home of Mrs.-Steve Simmons with of long standing, the New Orleans -

Your Car TODAY ple bobbing and moving picturesof the Starke Garden Club meeting Mrs. C. E. John's as co-hostess. I Times-Picayune, one of thenation's

recent church events were enjoyed Monday evening' in the Parish' oldest and most respected Share the Profits in Starke

by the 40 present House. on Church, street. newspaper granted approval for
Let us inspect your car now and prepare for :Mrs. Hazen presided 'over the St. Mark's, AuxiliarySt. its editorial rooms to be used in 1 I

cooler weather Altar business meeting in the absence of shooting scenes for this movie.
ahead.
We have (Society
a good supplyof
The be-
permission was granted
the president. Mrs. Jessie Young. Mark's Auxiliary will havea
permanent ,antifreeze on hand now! St Edward's Altar Society will The Starke PTA has requested luncheon, meeting Monday, Nov. cause William Faulkner, the author t \\Nf W 'A. 4 Q

meet Tuesday evening at 8: o'cloclljbl the club to decorate the tables in 3, at 12 noon at the Parish House was at one time a feature

the parish hall with Mrs. Gladys both cafeterias for the Homecom- with Mrs. Kenneth Grader and writer for the Times-Picayune.
AVOID '
THE RUSH! COME IN
TODAY! Weldon and Mrs. Richard Richards ing Alumni supper on Nov. 7.: The Mrs. W. H. Graham as nostesses.

f as hostesses. school has also requested the club
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to decorate the Elementary school

cafeteria tables for their Thanks- r FRL, SAT. OCT. 31, NOV. 1 ,

giving dinner on Nov. 26. A com-

mittee was also appointed to man
: the "Fish Pond"- booth at the .
school Hallowe'en carnival I
: this
I Friday afternoon from 2 to 5 i 0.r .
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o'clock.,Members are reminded ot I.
THAN K.St. ,.., ,, the' "District:meeting in Gainesville ,
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:, on Nov. 12.: PSOFrr3
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Following the meeting refreshments f
For, Cold/ l Days Ahead!
were. served'by' the hostess; ,

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i almTLEXASBESTOS Men's Long SleeveSLIPOVERS


: for the. wonderful way in which you Jane Adams HostessAt .. '
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Party g
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have .
.:* received{ our new )linen rental service .
** : **"" Jane' Adams was hostess" ati;,a .k1

,.' for Starke antf{ surrounding trade area.:Your Hallowe'en party last FridaY'eve- METALIC : 199

.. ning for a group of sixth graders.: -! .. .. .. ;
j ..:;, has The Adams' carport, gayly decorated f ;
response repaid.our confidence that this 0
with orange and black COATING I .

",. was a needed service: and one that we could streamers the setting and for jack-o-lanterns this occasion., was : rat d Assorted Colors, -. S-M-L

'" The 30 guests enjoyed a ham- $4 65 Per Gal.r .

satisfactorily fill. burger fry followed by dancingand e fir

games. Prizes were awarded ? Men's Sleeveless
to Barry Smith, Lee Moorer.ah4 4P, WATER! ROOFINGINSULATION. i rx

i Cheryl 'Tillnan.Mts. .

\Ye are pleased to announce that the following firms are now H. H. Adams' was assisted I S SWEATERS

in caring for her daughter's p j, ett

subscribers to our "Quick on the.Minute" Service: Garden guests by Mrs. JL M. Vickers and r< ? i-
Mrs. Joe Arnold.WSCSNotice. <
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Restaurant, Koch's Drug Store, Mitchell's, Drug Store, Ca- y. 2-99' \

Tnova's

Pharmacy, Alvarez Store, Starke :Motor\ ,Court, Bradl, fn 1..
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ford Barker Shop Barber i" Circle One of the First Metluy-= StE ,
City Shop, Ruby Johns Beauty'_ '" f
dist WSCS, will .meetj Tuesday! 1 VflOtERM

Shop, Melson's\ ,Beauty Shop; Mural's Beauty Shop. Nov.' _. 4, In the fellowship hall a,1, ,NUDIST f'fa % Assorted Colors S-M-L

'" 10 a.mr, with Mrs.: ,. C. E. Johns LAMP tcr'

and Mrs.. J. J. Merz 'as hostesses. 1 'ROYAL,

Circle Two will! meet Monday,
Nov: 3,'at' 3 pan. 'at 'the home of air HEATER

BRADFORD LINEN Mrs. T. J.. Griffin, witlj Mrs. Carrie H CLOSE OUT!!

SUPPLY'Provid1n Inc. Flitch and iliss Annie, .. Darby_
u..I.-A..A
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.. as cohostessesY' n r r 1 CHILDREN'S 7 "7 C-
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Circle Three 'Will'' meet Mpnday'Jat ZSo.OE fun ,
.flI4k SAVE Up.tO
M | 3 ;'p.m: : at' the 'parsonage, 110,

g: Complete Linen Rental .Sendee for. Motels, 16 ))5'Raiford Road'.. with' Mrs. Don-- witIo fpef' Jt BEACHI
ld'F. Kokomoor
as hostessQrcle ,
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meet Wednesday, fast I M
Modern SleeJ-hecU twice OS SHOESROBBINS
Restaurants' Barber. Shops, and Beauty Parlors. Nov. 5, at 10 'aii, 'ai the 'parsonage cast iront 1 1Fanows
-- -- ,. with Mrs. Kokomqor and to .1 sure Hate to build this fenceri os old-fosbioned. '

.) ,. Mrs. C.S. Haddock as hostesses. or : 1 Golden Jet Burner -73
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s Starke Elementary PTA -
QUALITY d,. SNVICE ,
-- \ will meet Tuesday night, Nov. 4, CO.
\ at '1 p.m. in the'cafetorium.'Guest Phon 3 i Values"rAa
301 E CALL ST STARKE FLA Of Starke "TheStote of
: [ speaker will be Dr., James C. Lanier .

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,., ... -,i..l.' BRADFORD..- ..- .... COUNTY_..' .. ...TELEGRAPH.-. '_ _'-- ...STARKE._ 'r r" -FLORIDA_' ,- PACE TITS

.6. .J. ...--;'; ;;_-- -0 -;;'" -,--;.-_::; ,_ __ ... .. i' Mrs '- S .- I -- -- "-'
Randal f "CHTtty, Mrs. A. jJ {that another version" of the incH -W.\\ Fn Clan .
1 Thomas. Jr. ,Mrs.;-S.: R. Marco, I FafrO 1[ S : ESquad Win$ Alleged}/ Robbery dent hadfl] that the rrfen took the Cot.-L- .. ; ,.
Ke Sn4r" iftitcie
'I MrS: Stanley Noegel and Miss .. No Pants, s-, '<
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Dolores M Kn1ght' of the \; 4i te.t-e Over Gainesville; '/ Of 'idoo Still money a show as of gambling cards revealed spoils after that! Clean. 'Bradford IL uaty Tcfe-,'

I Woinan's 'Club' vrtfl' attend Crowds .f -- r r-.v>. ?' .- ,- .' \ Raines had the losing hand. ],I graph, "* *

Florida', ''Women's ; 73-0 Tuesday A Poker Puzzle -,
I district meeting 'tit) the ., ..
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IN THE: NEWS i Presbyterian '
Chuich -
.. .. .. 1n The Bradford:High School Baby Sheriff P. F tteddish said yes SJtOffr tft. Profit In Sfo'
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r vile
on Jtiday.: 'winners Tornadoes defeated Gainesville terday that investigation is con-,
.. .. among
: .. -- -- _____ Little
Ii. ----------------- ._ David Wainwright .Dale '13-0 'in the
,- -. girls were: Knight, -Tuesday'night to offing their tinning "fantastic poker J
out with measles an hour Caroline season, record to, with indications of
Mrs. 'Smith, three wins a- game' ease '
at.;'home L.'D..Oreen afteibeing; convalescing I Miss Elizabeth Lawson and his scheduled birthday: party .l Lint.Cox..Ma.ry gainst one loss. *- a break within the next few days.
confined 'in Roger :jlodsori! of West Palm Thursday "att(i-noon, which li
Susan Sapp, Vera Gainesville found themselves Jesse Raines, Gainesville' groc-
Alacftua
General last
Hospital Beach
spent the weekend with -
to-be
"- 1 eased' off::: 'Jean' Panish, and two-platooned in Tuesday's game. : reported; to the Sheriff that he.
1..Vttt: M rl: ai\d\ Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Mrs: W. 'L. Edwards and
Mrs .' PellumV One. group, composed the regular 'was- robbed of ,400 as an after-
C. D. Williams attended 'Ch rlene :Hardy and 'Charlene
Leah BauknlghV '
of J : 'exhibitors,, winning ,B squad and the other made : math of a two-day poker game
;)fie Methodist 'Conference .Exeutive : Dennis spent the weekend with
and Mrs. W. W. Page of
'
up entirely of that moved from its
Sophomores except -
;; Committee meeting'in Lake 'Mrs: G. E. McGauley in Palatka.. were Betty. Jane starting
StrUth
City "visited
| Miss Kate
,;P>ictd oh '';'uesday .to Thursday I Mrs. Hildabelle Bence and Mrs. ,Friday and' Saturday : Vicky Mosher, JudyTJn- their quarterback,Irwin Mar point in Gainesville to a motor -. FRI, SAT. OCT. 31, NOV. 1 ---

.pf 'last/weekl 1 : Enroute ,home she Anita Downing of Jacksonville and Martha Green.. tin.Neither court in Starke. 0( ,
weekend Mr. arid MrS. George : 'group exhibits,' the team was. able to score Lester Suggs, 42, pf Route 1,
spent the with Mrs. were last Friday 'iSitors
of
Mrs. 'Tallahassee "are 'spending "s in the first Gainesville, arrested later
quarter. During' the: was by
B 4nthe Englander,'in Tort Ldud.eijjale. Etta Hoover eral days this eek'V1th Mr. Council's
second period, Johnny Devore ran Alachua 'County officers on a
Ma?or T. Jackson 'an3 Mrs'Ben Made at Home" was :
W City Rowland.Mrs.
up the.first six end warrant him with
points on an charging taking
% a blue ribbon.
Mrs. W. H. Nollman returned Clerk Carl Johns were .Clearwater I
in .E. D.> .
; Bedenbaugh of Economics Sweep. The point after failed and part 'irt the alleged rab:>ery. Sheriff -
last Thursday after,spending the last Thorsday;to"Satufday N "'C.: Depart- '
Switzerland is Visiting Starke led 6-0. Reddish said indications are
..summeaaV>Asheville,- N.' C, Mr: attending the Florida League of 'i and IDs W,B J. .Sewell this w '"Keys to Open In the: third period both teams that.Jimmie Tyler and Jack Andrews -,r
+ 411mW1lI; fly(home this weekJR.iKite 'Muncipalities convention '_ Mr: and' Mrs. Elton Smith to Good Grooming" was exchanged: ,
] a series of fumbles and the two other names given
I Vernon Reddish will return ,to rfamily'-'spent the weekend' 'in a blue ribbon. interceptions at the Gainesville him by Raines as taking part in t I.

:tMra, will.be 'i to Tallahassee l-I his job with the Texas 'Sun Oil ma, 'Ga.ith 'their, among the colored .4fr yard line, but neither team the :alleged ''robbery, are aliases '

over the weekend visit1ngDr Co.to: Marcus: 'Hqcki: Par'ori Sunday 'Mr. and Mrs. R. 'J. were not announc- scored. In the last period Sam 'used When the men were introduced -
and Mrs )i. :P, .Stubbms ''after "five weeks for this issue. j
'with his on 'Mr. Boatwrighfs 91st Gardner ran over tackle, from to-Raines and are not the
aDd Judge'. and Mrs. Olen Ter- parents Sheriff and 'Mrs. .P. D.I day anniversary.' about 25 yards out to make the real names of the parties involved. S
,teil.' Reddish. Mr. and ''Mrs. Richard Ray B. Teston S score 120. Richard Juggar ran' He .said that efforts to located i .

"Mrs. ,,:W. f. Swihyer of. Los Mr. 'and Mrs. Lester 'Crews 'and sons of"'Savannah, :'Ga... and Scheduled :theextra; to make the score 13-0. these two 'men are continuing.

Gates, 'Cahf. Is making -an indefinite 'daughter, Carolyn 'wer/visiting and 'Mrs. Dewey Warren J Both defensive lines were out Raines charged that the three

visit 'with her brotherinfa klrs. J. D. Hooks in Fort .Myers 'St tesD ro, Ga. ere spending .Y standing during the game. The men forcibly took the money from

-ahfl sister Mr; ahd Mrs. W., ,over the weekend. weekend with 'their parents, offensive effort was led by Gard- his coat pocket when they met! 'at z

H. oilman. I B. L. Kennedy of Jacksonville. is arid'' Mrs. J. S. -Sapp and fa Blaine Teston, '10, r tlr- ner; Martin, Devore. and IJugger.: "& motel, near Starke to resume BOYS .
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Collins and spending this week with his 'and "win attend the Sapp .' lied Tuesday afternoon Jerry WidegFEh played an .nut-. their marathon poker game. ..

family of Pelham! Ga. were week- daughter__ .__., Mrs H. 'H. Rabb Jr.. reunion! on'S' Dday. -- 'hear iiwte'yia'fter.k standing- defensive game 'j, for Sheriff Reddish said, however, FANCY PLAID (;
end guests 9f.Mrs J, R. Kite. ana iamuy..on Mr.: and Mrs. Festus Morgan .! .f'S' ," *'tl..1 after a Stark .- -" "vnt -
Mrs. 'W. J. Dodd, Jr. and son, Mr; slid Mrs. T. 'E. Strickland EuStis Were weekend gUests' :J n was born Jan 28; i'f -d2

Bobby, of'Starke 'arid I -Mrs J. B. of Belle Glade spent the weekend 'Mr.; 'and 'Mr$. 'Clyde Tei a t-lfawteyithersonilof: )! : 2tie f R S
;
Sapp of Daytona Beach spent thegeekend with Mr.'and Mrs. Paul Raymond Mr. arid Mrs. Booth : tad Sasan'Ritch TesiaH3nemneri.TDr. rM!
T. C. -
{ it t .
'
.
.
_ -' ,, ..... .. ..
with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mr. and"Mrs. Ralph Alvarez and GairiesviUe"visited ,Mr.r' n l : :fine' Six- defendants- failed- '" to& LtSTARKE' -fL. :.. flannel.Shirts
.Priest in.Live Oak., Mrs. M. H. Lang A. J, Thornas., 'Sr., 'and' 'Mr. tis Cfcurctu cf the :Maybrs.courtt .appearat .
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill were Mr, and Mrs. Harry Wimberlyof Mrs. 'JoserJH'q."Wood on' tgl tl.1i'Itw : 'daUghters; Monday. .jnorn- -a
:Vacktionlng 'the past two weeks Eagle,Lake"spent the weekend >3uc I( 'Gill and 'Delano'' \ d. roUl1 Sat!n nento; ; g'apdlorfeftedtheir.bonds:;; Fri, Sat.Oct.: 31, Nor 1

in i Palatka a; Jacksonville! Ocilla, with Mrs. Nelson Green and family or' Smith 'Georgia College' Mla C1araTynepp3an:: ngThr e; / ppe rectf'onI..traffic' DOUBLE FEATUREHONEYCHILE: -
Waycross 'and Fitzgerald Ga. the < .itar 1 aLont1iierG.and charges. Johnny>Lyles:was ch rg-
on occasion of Mrs. Wini lidme'f or "the"'wtekehd. ;
ed i with driving without driver'slceIISe.cHei
Arthur (Buster] Swanbom is a fred Wimberly's 87 birthday 'anniversaryon Mr. and Mrs. H. C. rl'TIstob"Lawtev;: 'Gcot With'Judy Canova
"iwas
...patient the Jacksonville Naval Oct. 24, Jr. .of Eagle Lake. .Mrs. : na\ a ks JV1lld and rpleaded', guHty-.i' AND :
;Judged guilty 'and sentenced v to :
Air Station
Hospital. The combined birthdays of Mrs. Davis of'Ft. frPestdn'6umrn; rsworth,
Lauderdale and '1) y"'afine off, $27 -or ,five: daysI.or'k From Hell To
i TexasDon
Rev. and Mrs. John Trundleand : -stim,
A. N. Redgrave, Mrs. Joe Mar- and Mrs.- W.>M.Wimberly of Summervf.it! '
Rev. 'and.Mrs: Ray Robinsonof tinez, and Connie Leigh Martinez, tow at nded.'th. dinner'given' 'services "will be 'held u.'For/\! onrthefstreets.tfa; Murray, Diane Varsi
driving While drinking
Atlanta were weekend guestsof which fall on Oct. 31, will be cele- Mrs Winnie' Wimberly on ati'1! '' ; .-in'-tKecLawtey: Plus Serial Chapter No.I 'and
ReV. and Mrs.. Marshall Gamble brated at the ,home of Mr. and '87 'birthday anniversary :with fRevURlPE.: Jesse W .rrurnertwho/ ; pleaded, Co'gufltyYwas lor Cartoon

in 'keystone' Heights. While Mrs.. Joe Martinez, Jr. in Jacksonville home of her daughter,- Mrs.'at < -)'Jt3 rtal tail. The ; sentenced. a I Age 6 to 16 I
.
here Rev. Trundle and .Rev.' "Friday evening.Mr son Green. wteiCenteteryluridBr! the fine .of, $52. "orl& days.aOn acharge SUN., MON., TUES. I S

Robinson spoke at the First Meth- and. Mrs Frank Weaver of* 'Mrs-Marian L. Crosby will 6f iDeWiit Cy-Jones Fbn- tor resisting arrest; heoas'dudged Nov. 2, 3, 4 I I
DOUBLE
odist dhurch, Sunday.. Williston pent the weekend with tend the annual meeting of : !. 'W t c Jor.e. fan \ 'gUilty.scwithiTsentehceJifc ( FEATURE SALE PRICEDon'tWait
Mrs/J. M. Lpttof' Jacksonvilleis Mr. and. Mrs. A. 'G. Lo 'don. JFlorida'State'Gospel Singers 1 < $27lror; ;! lO.tays; '-.itnposed.tTbeflatter The Tarnished Angels f
sentence S.
visiting her sbn-hi-taw and Mr.and Mrs. T. C, Hill of Tlli4nofs vention in'Live Oak this l nda Y iWith ;:was .suspended Rock Hudson, Robert Stack and 5

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill. Have rented one of the Me- .'Mrs. C, A.'Tyl t and Miss ,ru' rlR- ; r probation, fors.30! '.1hrsnt1f'lUrQe'.ourer.tfeftmdan'I.1lPPearing Dorothy Malone ea.

Mrs. D. J. Clark of Tampa isvisiting Kinney apartments on W. Call I Tyler'of Daytona Beach were .ant; I AND ,
.J: S w'fl NathmllelMeyera! who'pteadsed -
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. 'Green Street. urday guests' of M ts. ld.F. all ) '
ergr urch 1; fit -of I s' GOING STEADY
?! running :red i4Ight
'I 1
thisjveek.Mrs W.E. Middleton and Mrs visited Mr. and Mrs.Mrs.J. G.A.Millican E. McKinney in Pa- employment'Saturday Miss 'Barb -Colley at will the ; J'acksonStarli. Ltiirrt.h' g--! f His ulenten'ceftsl$12..ore two{and Molly Bee, Alan Reed Jr. Only -144 in Stock

-8Di nnea.hattidays-: >' w- anncThoke Plus Color Cartoon
E
L.
Matthews and daughters,, latka 'on 'Sunday. of F.1 Medical l Center l in .the 't''reSident Ii tOf '' ,
Anne, and Betsy; attended the da.forfeiting bonds wereFrank
Teresa Colson of Providence .'
chiatric Department. ( Tittdsdaytf..Oet.; <23i; i ? Olmstead-iGrattam, ?.rttn- Wed., Thur. Nov. 5,6
Middleton, family reunion at Pomona and Kay Hart of Starke spent the J..M. Vickers attended "
the ffdspitaiifollatt'irtg'at!
Park Ii..#. .'nina a''red!.'light' In 'the, school DOUBLE FEATURE-
on Sunday. weekend with Carolyn 'Simonton .
tional Safety convention in 'se eral a'ee1s ""
Mtsses'Agnes Lawson and Anne in' Jacksonville.Mr. : ttane,;bond n2;COra Turner Cuhiningham : Love-Slaves of the
last
Ill week. Baker '
cago County on March 'fallOWing too STUMP'SDEPARTMENT
Lewis of FSU are staying withAgnes' and Mrs. Mack Williams ; rclosely,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert he
the AmazonsStarring
was son of the jTaosms! T'aecldent' ,.'bond
: 'S37'G9ifiton ;
parents Mr and
Mrs. H
and family'of N. Clark Street
were in Atlanta. Ga. last and Frances Grif-
'Giib it 'Kittl r, Veckiess l Don Ta'lorAnd
X Lawson 'while interning the have
at purchased the L. C Hinson day and Thursday'''
visiting ; and was 'a member
%
driving, bond $27 Gary Thomas
Btarke Elementary school ifiss house at 1212 Pratt Street and .Harris, who is in the Veterans Church. ;
Lawson' is'in Mrs. A. R. Norman's Siddons, reckless driving, bond THE PROUD STOREE.
are moving in Saturday, The ministration Hospital, are his wife, Mrs. ONES
127; T. J.Adams,
fourth grade class Miss allowing an unauthorized
and Lewis Hinsons are moving to Orlando. Mrs. W L. Blair, Mrs. is Starling:,five daugh- Robert Ryan Virginia Mayo
is class."i&rs.in.Mrs. P..,T..,Nolin's' first grade Mrs. J. P.' Stevens.and Mrs. Joe Gruis, 'and Mrs. Ed Simpson : Nancy ,Higginbotham, '27; and :Clifford person Albrittbn.Ito}drive: driving bond- Plus Color Cartoon E. CALL ST. WO 4-2651 I
Turlap of Sanford are at'n
visiting tended' the Gainesville ; Mrs. Nettie Noland
:Donnie Moore and Mrs. and without4 driver's 'license,.
Yancy ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ned / me t Ilg''of the Wesleyan ; Mrs. 'Della Tribute, bond $27.WANTED. .
Thelma Steele of Gainesville will family this week. ,Guild in Palatka on Sunday.Mr. : Mrs. Gracie Harley

be weekend guests of Mrs. W. B. Mrs. Harry M. Hatcher,-Jr. attended ;and Mrs.' fcotrtfle I. Elvey Reddish, Lawtey; Shareffce Profits

Mundy. the County Council PTA spent Saturday night' nd Willis and /Andrew Clean Cotton ifridaySaturday n far eI .

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wilder of I meeting at the Duval County 'with M1'/and Mrst'H. E.-: pf Whitehouse; Freeman No Pants. No Shirts, Must Rags fle, I .,

I. Miami were weekend< guests b, :f courthouse on Tuesday. 'and family in 1dtlmt 1S--< Levttey;,. and Clyde Star :Clean. Bradford County Tele-i t Ora

s tert..>E/F., JJlles. .' Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thompson Mr. aMrs.jL'c! Hin.soh, : Park; three -brothers. 'iaph. I

Mrs. J. A. Howe of Miami spent of Jacksonville were .Sunday are moVIng To Orlando f : Lawtey;:_ Jesse .-. Ii
_ the' past several weeks with Mrs guests of Mr. and Mrs. Logan Mr. Hinson+ facing" traiiSf "Bartow, -Jim 'Starling. i :

*R. A. NeWs me. Baldwin. from thV>Stafk% Mottir'paits/ ; 'one one sister, Mrs. '.' ,I

lair and Mrs. Adolph Gay attended I}ir. and Mrs. H., M. Hatcher, the same compsmVJiri! ''tlie : ; ;-;Jacksonville

: the funeral of a cousin, Sr of 'Flushing, Long Island, are Division for Orlando, Cocoa services were held at ,
';Oreg'Gaytn LaCrosse l.ast.Tues- sPending! this week with Mfr Winter Park.Waae Sunday in Evergreen FloridaTHE y I :

4day afternoon. and, Mrs. Hatcher; Jr. "Herman of 'Atlanta, with'Rev. George'Greek ,

__') was"a weeYend''guest f"Sn..'' ; : g ntents -*ere in 1I J .
_
J 4 Mrs; C. E. Johns DeWitt C. Jones I f .

f Stare -"ffcfe profits in Star Mrs... Guy Andrews and 1 t
TREy
tA
David Montgomery attended pallbearers were W P. .

Presbyterial at Springfield E. Priest David Shu- !
byterian ;Church in Higginbotham, Troy i
.(' i 4U ,'last Tuesday.'Attending them and H. C. Kelly. NOV. 1 -- Oct. 3//, Nov. J

I ing on Wednesday were DOUBLE FEATURE


.- : ; ,:,Turney Robert gomery.: arid'Mrs Chapctan..David.'-Mrs. 'C.- I Tuesday. D. Kersey 15 'kFiIS CCP? COMPLETE BEDROOM GROUPtINCLUDING j


,
.t, u fItL..SAT. OCT. 31, NOV.. 1 ,D:kersey, 63, died Sun- :

:CountyJSrpup! ; his home in Starke
l i I
'-'a.heart atta k.f Born :

SAVE On Re County, his parents
: ] $EVIJLJt1JJ'STARTER : c eatioh Morgan M and Darkas were t z- Double Dresser I I :

- .. Hears Plans kersey. 'He was a retired

t: 125; .: SETS Church.r 'aha a -in tuber tot 4 V and Mirror I :

Recreation in 'the various + i
r are one brother, Alley ,S Bookcase Bed :
.. Here's 'a Complete package -cf three ,". munities was reviewed when y, IStarke, and a halt ,.,;.:.' + .hIALFfAYES wKRpEN1dcGAVIN ; _
dimension.Coving fun...at a special Bradford County Recreation Julian"Kers'ey, Tampa __IOMY HUIS INNEKSPRINGaiATTRESS I :
I introductory price! Each set has 7 Mai; : ,, mittee met last Thursday in services -held .:-. a-.aoOlO.a, .- i r iy ,
r were Tues rt
."cxxric alive" pictures of k favorite n i k :
Library of 'Lawtey Junior pm. in.Dyal Cemetery I
Juvenile subject plus the famous
t Vjey-Masfer Stereo Viewer..plus 21 School. with lte "l obe rt AND I, I BOX SPRINGS ;
t. cx/rtf'gift pictures. See these It was decided by members officiating. N"S

r '''v.i I z LS Starter. rt-r Sets'lo&y- i r;, :* minutes of each meeting will ''C. JOnes: was:' in charge sou tENruRrrot pauwl 4 TWO PILLOWS I ;
f issued to members'with a !
TWO BOUDOIR LAMPS /
L -Jli" financial balance of'funds in
PL 5K (Similar to Illustration) .. :
-.. community account. ChairmJames
; v t 4is *% 'M. Smith of the .
Bloodworth
advised

.. bers that the county'' had City nI 11ttee.Councilman iDave Shufoftt, Hugh, GtvawScopE,COLtDt I, DE lINl4O f' _a;' 'In IVIddern Blonde or Walnut Finishes _a. 1 :

\.. "'J.(' q"r that major spending.'for Lawtey principal.. .O.,?J. .
4. Qo, tion funds'should not be .
;" and 'Edward Massey of
9" .. all together that money will -.
t s t
..l'*'Wf Q.VOO.. .( 0 -.., 1 short :until February. :-frona Theressa, : Regular *Price it : SHOPPORTUNITY fl95 j

Starke reported that *
.. swy I and Brooker were not. ..
.
the city recreation committee .

You uset'7\St a,f r t meet with Mr. McCarthy of county member( SUN., MON., TUBS. ', TI 175.68 .:PRICE ONLY *
..
:
nerif State Recreation board, arid reported that thWe '" r
N f;" tefiJris fu V 1 4V e f'plY!, ?n Adams;'a'prSspect-for'trie tosItf local committee as yet. Nost2, 3, 4 .

11 Glft ni of Starke Recreation the city council had dis ,. .t ... .'. I J 1
fxfra Pte1or
i S Starke will put artist of Its basketball uniforms .
.. -- ......-- ,- i OHN A1fi .
-
this year. to'Uft servicesof;, aF. and colored teams. Trie l
Just think! four'different' Stiner Set Picture i ,
Subjects to choose torn: Lasfle 16 Ti;*-r Three rector because it is felt that recently purchased base. t Chest ;Drawers 34.95 Night table 19.95 :

r 'UtIII'PiI', Xaiik Head Meett Fturlud, and i lities on Band can be 'used nt.:He',also said the L1dthk! I .
'
d [r.Brllsstl.1Y.Itl'. Far And in addition to the 7- j if a trained director is employ i platform which : ..
i 'Starter Set Picture Reel 'isch holds' .
tfene / set the A suggestion was made by
'enclosed has
: '"famous View-blaster-Stereo Viewer that makespicture I partially .
v, : came alive7 .'. plus three extra gift, i:I W. J. Epperson' county mom or appliances which ai} NUSIO ::: IT'S .A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT" +
-reels with 21 !k nts from'the fascinatiag "Treav t I from Starke, 'ttiat 'a lending used for"recreation at L ..
#- ury of(View-Master Pictures".'Come in-see this brary be set up In;;.ach 'clomm 4

Voa&rfulgifnoday! I I ity with a sma11Inuftl5eitof< meeting will be held ,,'ed., Thurs7 'Fri.N .

.51.,.,. tw ff(St Nw ViiwtM.rl.r. 21.;;,,.* '.c4Nr, Vfewtn: i! being rotated between eomm on "Thursday, Nov., DENMARK .
Duriaibi Glue 'lwttprl" ::;let 6v. 5, 6, 7'hOUSEBOAT" FURNITURE CO.
!ert\Ij 7,0,..U.... I ._ 'i ities and controlled from si J.- ,, '
county library. .
.. .. .
: ''- J Ji : nA' County Recreation Board i I -

B 7G' bers present, beside Clean Cotton Rajs. J w. Free Delivery QF STARKE ,Free Delivery
ULLJty :I Vl.Y '
!. Bldod fcrth.:and.:JMrsv Epperswere ;; i With Sophia Loren and Care; t.
Shirts
Joe Gray W Starkel. ; ,,No Most Be Grant=- .In Vistavision -
: 'Studio ,&Gift Shop Cornelius Moore :of-'. Heilbr ftra'Sfdra\ *" r .-. anTechnicolor. 434 446 West Call .St. Phone WO 4-4321 ,Starke Florida
; County Tel e
.. .
mHp-t+r .. I who was the elected member, J .f '_ -
*
j
". .., "5'1' ; ........ 1 alA1l,, "._.a s.Fred, Moore of Lawtey. Also ,, ....



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FACJK NIX BlUIWUlU COUNTY lELEUKAFtt. STAKKE. FLORIDA
Qeal 'OE Hinninn___ __ '..\_V(1\. __\\fUH__:._u..
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Overseas Mail Midgets Win Over I Xa,j:;, ', "< .. sr and tend aloud on the following: In rrbntr.fn .
;< ? Regular gasoline, approximately I re: Estate of Milton H. tang
Should Be Sent Melrose 40.0 5000 gallons.IIIT..t Deceased.T .
II gasoline, approximately All Creditor and frr t>m* Hi-
Before Nov; 20 10,000 gallons (.e C'lals..e n......* Aaaiwl
The Starke ,Midget football Kerosene, ipproiiindtfly 2000 akl F.-tat.1
team won a lopsided 40-0 victory i gallon
You and each, of you are hertbynotlfil'd
G. J. McQriff Jr.,,Starke,post- over Melrose at Bradford Park I Abuse quantities for a twelvemonths : and required to present any
master, has announced that the last I rx' 4F period. claims and demands which you. or
A .
Saturday night. return
Th said City reserves the right either of have the
you. may against
1-20 has
period Nov. been !
designated
game will be played in Melrose ., 'PROFITS to accept or reject any or all bids. estate of Milton H. Lang, deceased!
.9 for the mailing .of Christmas this Saturday night. I aF CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA ate of said County, to the County
parcels to members of the foy Carl Johns City Clerk Judge of Bradford County Florida,
Coach John :Manning gave every 10,30 3t 7-14 at his office in tbe court house of
Armed Forces overseas. This also boy on his squad a dance to play. Lav/fey & said County at Starke, Florida,
applies to dependents of service-; Those scoring were Starling: WIth .r Friday SaturdayPATIENTS CALL FOR BIOS within eight calendar months from
OCTOBER ::So 195 he time of the first publication of
and all authorized civil
men employees -j ,one TD and three extra points; Sealed bids will be received by this notice. Each claim or demand
who recieve mall throughan Jackson :with three TD's; Hugger ADMITTEDTO the City Council of the City of shall be in writing.';and shall state

APO. New .Yo k; N. Y.: San with one TD and one extra point; Youth I l'q it BRADFORD HOSPITAL Starke, Florida, at the City Hall in the place of residence and post of.
Starke Florida, until 7:00 o'clockP. lice of the claimant, and shall be
Francisco Calif.: New Orleans,)I and; Dowling with one TO. M. on Tuesday, November 18, sworn to by the claimant his agent,
.La.; or Seattle Wash.: or Fleet t o The following patients were ad- 1958. Bids may be submitted on Item or attorney, and any such claim or
Defensive standouts for Starke No. I or Item No. ,1 demand not so filed shall be void.
separately or
Post Office New mitted to Bradford County Hos-
Y.
York
N.
: I. were Kuba, McCombs, Bishop, Choir collectively. At which time and EVrtha U Lang
San FrancIsco Calif.: or Navy pital during last week: Siles Randolph place all bids received will be publicly As executor of the Last Will and
Smith
,
Dowling Jackson, Noegel, '
opened and read aloud Testament of Milton H. Lang, de
Past Office co! Postmaster, Seat- Johns, Della Frances Nor- on the
Dugger, and Starling.The following: ceased.
tle Wash. v4 \ man of Lawtey. Ruth Edmonds First
game was preceded by a lien ,!\e. I i publication 1030. 1958.

The period for airmail .Is Dec. full fry given by the Booster Club Nazal of Waldo Edith Fowler One-1959 two-ton truck cab and I I 10-36 4t 1120."ALCQIIOL .
110. Parker of Hampton Lorraine chasis minimum of 154-in.
to raise for its
money projects. wheelbase g-cyclinder minimum
Size and weight limitation are Wednesday afternoon the Mid Lcuise Champion Lattice Ruckerof 175 H. P. Heavy-duty motor, w. c. T. a.

100 inches combined length and defeated Fernandina Beach : Lake Butler, Andrew Jackson 825X20 10-ply tires, front and
gets ,. rear. 2-Speed rear sale, 5 forward
girth, and 70 pounds with excep- 35-6 in a return game played here. .t.b. ." -... _i Starling of Lawtey, Betty Jean speed transmission, direct in 5th. REMOVES THE
tions in both size and weight for 'e .. j l Griffis of Melrose, Isabel Peek Item :.e. : FINISH FROM PEOPLE FASTER -

some destinations through New '1"../,,.t # .. Ritch, Effie Nicholson, of Waldo, One Heavy-duty 8-In. single cy THAN FROM FURNITURE."
,: tinder double-arm Class 11 Hoist!
Wester .
York N. Y. If in doubt ask at Forfeits 4. ;,>?f:> .' Claudette Ladale Hughes of Green 14-ton capacity and 8-guage (SUNSHINE MAGAZINE)

the post office. Cove Springs, Elizabeth Nazwor- steel platform body, 12-Ft. long,
-- -- IS- !86-In. wide, overall 6 stake
big
Packages should be securely Bond On Charge Meth- thy and Eugene Underhill. pockets on each side and 4 stake
the Lawtey
wrapped, using wood, metal, solid Members of Wendie Wilson. Kathy Jones, Del'I row-Carol Bradley, Buddy Also: Bessie Belt Strickland o f pockets on rear, 4-Jn. channel WANTED CUSTOMERSIn

fiberboard, or double-faced corrugated fn GainesvilleE. odist action'as Young they People's practiced Choir for caughtin the Wilson, Abbie Harley, Jackie Thomas, Tommy Carter, Charlie Maxville, Nellie A. Swindell, Wil cross members I-beam with with 48-a-Tn.[n 10-guage longitudinal Starke and Keystone Heights

fiberboard. Address shouldbe Bales. liam Giles of. steel bulkhead with side wings FOR FRESH EGGS
3rd row-Chuck Brooker Rosa Belle
services held Oct. 19. Moore Smith. The choir is under the direction .
legible and in ink or typed.In W. Wester 22, of High Homecoming Vera Crews Tomlinson, Albert Hartman and peepholes. Painted and installed
1st row n-rl] Karen Lee, Lorraine Merle Boatwright, of Mrs. Robert E. Lee and on City of Starke truck 50c A DOZEN
addition to the usual articles Springs, who was tried and acquitted Mary Gracie Mae Harley of Lawtey, chasis with minimum of 84-In.
Same Price
Smith. 2nd row- Harley, All Year Round
Marty
Carolyn Bales.
which cannot be mailed, matches !at the 1957 fall term of Priact 4th Rev. Sanford Mayo Marlene Peters of Keyston cab to axle dimension. Bidders to

and lighter fluid not be circuit court of charges of lewd I quote F.O.B. at their plant. Federal WILL DELIVER TOt
may sent was charged with indecent exposure Heights, Jeannette G. Waters Ed tax not to be Included.

overseas, and cigarettes, tobacco .and lascivious conduct, failed to to a woman Qver 14 which, r' ': '; 1 1l : die Lucian Bradley, Raymon The said City reserves the HOMES
to
products and coffee may not be appear in court at Gainesville on according to Florida law, is class- .1. Leonard Moody, Edythe Paulin CITY accept OF or STARKE reject,any FLORIDA or all bids. SCHOOLS

sent to some military posts. Oct. 20 to answer similar charges ed as a misdemeanor, subject to .i ,.... t 4 II Armstrong, Cleva J. Carson o f By.:: Carl Johns. City Clerk. RESTAURANTS

The domestic rates are applic- brought in Alachua County a fine of $100 or 90 day jail term. ; tit Keystone Heights, Frank Thoma 1030:: 3t 11-14 BILL TESKERt.

able and postage must be fully Judge's Court. His bond of $100 His bond was set at $100. and he J. '.: ., and Cecilia Mae Williams. .NOTICE TO-rilEDITOIIS 1, Box 85-C

prepaid. was ordered estreated. failed to appear on the date set 1i Colored admissions were: Joe Florida Statute

If you 'want your friends and Wester was arrested here on for its return. < ,i Lewis of Melrose Monica Mart a In Bradford The Court County Of The County Judge. Phone Keystone! Heights S674ALVAREZ'

family overseas to get their ,complaints filed by parents of two When arrested in Gainesville. f\: Johnson of Hawthorne, Carrie Lee Florida

Christmas packages and cards on I school girls who said he had exposed I tr, .i .. It :4' 1 Little of Middleburg, Tom Marks,
admitted i.
time you had better get them himself to them in an indecent Wester is said to have ] 'b i. Susie Smith of Lawtey, Herbert II Men's Clothing ,

mailed in these dates. manner. Since the girls were his guilt to police officers and Lee Albert, and Andrew Walker of STORE I
; Established 1894
under 14 years age, he was sub- acknowledged that he needed I Hawthorne. II

WANTED ject to a prison sentence up to psychiatric treatment.At -
No Panto- Clean cotton Rar''"' 10 years, but was acquitted by a the time of his arrest in !t4 1
No ,Shirts, Most Be .: .J'J. INVITATION FOR BIOS
jury here. Starke. Wester was living in a
Clean. The
Florida
Bradford
County Teleiraph. : Educational Television -
I In the Gainesville case Wester trailer near Keystone Heights. .,..;.... Commission, Room 11!. Knott TERWILLEGAR MOTORSSee
.
Building, Tallahassee, Florida, Invites .
bids for all labor and material
ibw : for construction of a concrete block the New FORD
building, -- HOW!
# ; .r- eight (?) feet by twelve
I ;.If (12)) feet with poured concrete floor
and reinforced concrete slab roof, We have 12 New '
N to be Instructed near the north 1959 Fords on display now.

ARE YOU GETTING :.L gate of the Humphrey-Gold Corporation All colors and body styles. Visit our dealership
:".'AI. north of Starke, Florida. I
.
.
;. Plans! may be secured from Wil TODAY and pick out the car of your
z f ,' liam J. Kessler Consulting Engineer
JZe t :..,. Florida Educational Television choice. Volume sales and low overhead en-
: ,-J: Commission. 3S57 West University ables us to sell for less.
) Avenue, Extension, Gainesville,
YOUR SHARE? Florida, Phone Franklin 6-3157; and
all bids must be submitted to Engineer BUY YOUR NEW FORD TODAY!
ir Kessler not later than NoI / .
I vemher 19. 1958.
Tax exemption certificate on materials -
i will be provided by the -
r 1
Commission


1 ,:. SHOPPORTUNITY a I j James FLORIDA COMMISSION.Etheridge EDl'ATIOXAL) Jr., Executive TELEVISION Sell It Rent It Trade H

MERCHANTS I Secretary Room 112, Knott Building

c' Troy"There Bennett goes as one he now aims. ," at says a I Tallahassee.-- 030.t.; -%.& WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED


hawk in his nactm-e.. "Thov_.. fU.L
I ----- FOR BIDS
IN STARKE ARE catch rabbits and rats" he OCTOBER 28. 1838
Hawks. add Sealed bids will be received by 20 WORDS OR LESS, One InnrrtloB (MlalHBB Charge) _
; !', "but they can clean ? .n
: you the City Council of the City ofClarke EACH! ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 w-- _
I out of biddies and take some Florida at the City Hall In I --- ? 4e Per W.M
ao% Disror.NT: ov REPKAT
Ptarke, Florida, until 7:90: o'clock I\SKHTIO\S SAME AD
nrof f v ttior! titillate inn 4rt ron .
I'1.., on Tuesday. November U, X* ADDITIOMAL FOR BLIND' AWl OR ADS IVOT PAID IW .
Is Mr. nawsi friend ADVANCR.CLASSIFIED !
& or foe? ihingth bevQi" I
quail 1938.: at whuh time and place all
I Most farmers, at least those in bids received will be publicly opened DISPLAY _____Uu_ $1.25 '.r !.<* First Iase'niea
Bradford County, don't agree with -- $1.00, PKH I\('JI FOR SUIE AD REPEATED OVR: OR MORE TIMES

I '. GIVING AflY laturalists who claim that hawks CARDS! OF THANK (l> To M W rd.) -___. ___ IJ.M

in spite of their bad name do OVER 60 WORDS __ 4 (
,
Share the Profits In Sf tic --------- ------ Per Word

more good than harm around the MEMORIAL AND REiOLtTIO __ _. __h. 4 Oafi Per War
ural homestead.One .
1uac I
magazine writer said recently FOR SALE-White face cattle, 21 FOR RE Furnished apartment,
that the hawk is a much brood cows 17 heifers and I bull. 2 rooms, bath and porch, private;

"I maligned bird who might steal an r r ? MP V, R Ferguson, Lawtey 2tohg.- entrance. Adults. 514 W. Madison
s t. _ i tchg.
chicken, but more than MRS. RACHEL BRYANT ROBERTS -- :
.'' .. $ for this by rid- Artist wili open her home at 126 WAlTEDurb/ GIrL Must be re-
annoyance
-.L'. t s S Water St., Starke (opposite Power liable. Apply Azalea Drive Inn 3
v. the barnyard of rats and Plant) on Nov. 7-8-9, from 1 to 5 mica South. I tchg.
I 1 p. m., exhibiting her collection of
6 0 pictures and many novelties FOR SALE-Eaby bed In good condition -
If this writer Is looking for an Public welcome, Up. $20.00. Call WO 4-1551 be-
150.th : he's sure to get itorn -. FRI., SAT. OCT. 31, NOV. 1 -. twt-en 5 p. m. and 9 p m. 1 tp.
'REE-Double cylinder hook up
Bradford farmers who fail for cost of gas ONLY. Slade Gas Co.tfchg. FOR RENT-5 room unfurnished
agree that the loss of biddies house on Rd. 100 in City Limits.
more PPtpr!on's Dairy. I tchg.
hungry hawks is
than off-
In City Pound-Female Beagle
; by the rodents devoured. a ectionSpecial Hound. Owner may have by paying I FOR REXT-Furnished bedrom
Local farmers generally advertising cost and board. Contact ,. with private bath. Phone WO 47091.
y. agree I City Police. 1 tchg; ____ 1 tp.
I IN at the Blue Darter is the worst

illian of the hawk family, but BOYS JACKETS Strawberry Plants For Sale: -First FOR REXT-4 room furnished garage -
: : runners and also second runners. apartment, 2 bedrooms, on
; most of them say they take a pot Price Is right. O. C. Cason, RFD 2 Kingsley Lake. Phone LE 3-2641.

4. .' shot at any old hawk that wings AND SHIRTS Box 241 tarkp, 1 tp. 1 tchg.

his way into view, just on general fSED'SPINET PIANO FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs
.
principles Slightly over 4 years old and in apartment, 2 .bedrooms. Contact Mrs
Walter REDUCED TOY excellent condition. A real Buy! Call Paul Raymond: 241 South St. tfchg.
Wilkison, a retired far- or write Gridley Music Company,
SHARE THE PROFITS mer of the Lawtey area, vows he 1 Inc. 1025 West University Ate Tele- FOR SALE-Pinto mare, saddle and
: saw a chicken hawk make off witha phone FR %.493%, Gainesville, Fla. bridle 1130.00. See R. W. Clark, Rt.
1 trhp. Pox :50-A. after 5 p. m. 1 tp.
nice fat fryer that was.so big 9gc and 1[98
FOR RENT-Furnished first floor FOR RENT-4 room unfurnished
BY ':: lie hawk could hardly get off .: apartments. Close in desirable lo I apartment, large hale Phone WO
TRADING AT HOME" > the: ground with it. Another time cation. All conveniences. W. H. : 4-H14! tfrhg.
> he Nollman, 228 W. Madson St. tfchg
saw a hawk
: pick up 'a young FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished

pullet, weighing about two pounds FOR RENT-or LeaseJohnson'sFarmer bOIl>" Inquire at Bun Station. ItrhgFOK

just manage to clear the fence, Supply Building. Phone WO. ALti-1'ent.
process treated
,
4-4514 tf(hg
and then finally drop his prey. fence posts. 4 miles North on 301.

"That was a mighty scared pullet I Reg. 5.95COWBOY TED-U8t1ngs of Retirement Ii Green & Baklttn Post Co. ttcnj
GET YOUR Homes, Large and small ,
PROFIT-SHARING COUPONSAT that 't s acreage
came streaking back to i and residential property reasonably i WE HAVE a new loan program for
the barnyard," Walter chuckles. SUITS priced, with terms. Have buyers If farmers. Loan oC 1 to 6 year
for
the entire credit
Troy Bennett tells of the time property suitable. Strout Realty, of the farmer and requirements -
his tam-
THE FOLLOWING
STORES r Johnie Hansen Kep. P. O. Pox 207.
that a Blue Guinea game hen Starke, Fla. 5 ml S of Starke on U ily. Gainesville Production Cred!t
fought with hawk S So. ::1/11. Itrhg Association, CO North )Main
a trying to Gainesville, Fla. tfchff
protect her young. Can't tell you REDUCED TO

who would have won becauseTroy KEROSENESMOKELESS AU RADIO Make -BEPAJBED Alt K.4.1.

Stump's Dept. Store got his gun and finished off tcaiaaaklc Ckare p.ruee"
2.98Also ODORLESS MIKPHEHlrS RADIO A TV
the hawk.
He also '
tells
: Roberts Jewelry of having Leas Green, Owner
,... ;:\' ,- seen a hawk pick off a full grownquail 15.9 Per Gal U8 >W. Call Ht. Phone W04-4M1

Denmark Furniture Co. \ in hunting season after the Starke, FU. .- ..

". Alvarez Store dogs had flushed a covey and the AT YOUR IMPERIAL FOR SALE-14 in X II ft. steel-

-, bird was off the ground. Also Girls'and culvert pipe 1.25 ft. ALSO Build-
.
SERVICE STATION ing lots for salt !. Sjuth
Gat
Gem : t *
Jewelry .. Clyde Cone of the Brooker section x Subdivision. Low down payment.
Bottom Dollar. says he shoots any hawk" Bbys' for. 1.98 Hiway 301 North Starke Low monthly payments. BILLY

JACKKOX. Fheae WO4-4II1 c!* Ctm-
that gets
within
Barksdale's : shooting distance i tral Truck Lines. ttchc
but agrees that the Blue .
: Shepherd Radio & TV FOR SALE USED
Darter is the one that does Uiutost Building Supplies. Vied amber of ONE BEDROOM furnished apart
I. all types, windows, door, plumbing, ments for rent Phone W044011. W.
; Robbins' damage, because he is so Men's Long SleeveSHIRTS used tin roofing. Vied Cypress T. Jackson tfchg
Winkler Electric Service fast: benches ideal for any outdoor use,
-
-.'-. -- > ,. $1.00 per ft. 8 to 12 ft long fnon GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding Invitations
-- "Aft -
r you see a hawk carry off! WO4-4011. W. T. Jackson Transfer, with double envelopes log
Eagle Stores a bidie and come back each day Aid ego| Central Truck LInea tfchg for J21.J5. Bradford COW'OY Tel.graph. .-
J & J ,
Building Supplies for another until they are all gone .y FOR S.-\LE-lluourl Minnows and tr

you don't feel fond of hawks,'" Shmners. Curtis Akrldge, (Ot W. CST LISTEDCO'lplete
-Hart Furniture Co. Adkins SL 1
Clyde's wife adds. tp
VALUES TO 4.00
2 bed
Van H. Priest Co. room stucco! horn
Mack Griffis and Dave Tanneralso on paved street in residential sec
140 ACRE FARM tion. Large living
Central Fla. Gas <-- : agree that you can't wait floor, ..closet! large room porch.hardwood
'
< \: Bullington Studio for a hawk to get tired of chicken 129 A fenced, modern 2 bed rm.i lot and beautiful grounds. Large Price
.
dwell., fur. barn. 1mt
paved
Just $7,000.00 with $2.250.00
& because they'll leave you no biddies 1,79BARKSDALE'S road frontage. Price 115,00000. balance down,
Appliance Co. : $45.04 per month.
.", : & Gift Shop at all once they start raid'your' $ ,OOOOO down term nn: bal.
hen FLORIDA REALTY
coop. CO.
FLORIDA REALTY CO.,
Nasworthy General t. So, apparently, no matter what OF 8TABKE OF STARKE
SuppliesFlynn's
the writers 111 N. Walait St. Tel. WO 4-Sill lit lt. Wal.t 8*. larke.
Elrod Furniture Co. magazine think about Pia... WO 4.8fitlt na.
f the virtues of Mr. Hawk, he remains .
FOR RENT-Unfurnished two bedroom
Drug Store persona non grata Bradford -
on .
house with all modern con FOR RE.'lTnltel, fur, .
Terwillegar Motors County farms. Anytime his venlences. William Silcox. 1 mileon heaters Adults l 0Rlee. per. aDt* I

I shadow flashes over the chicken old Blanding Rd. w Itp 181' Phone WO -1545.too. tfehg fL

Koeh's* coop it's a signal for farmers to COLUUBLt 1UI.I5

Drug. Store Bradford County Telegraph man their anti-aircraft guns NOW.ENGRAVED The ultimate business In cards prestige., UU5!500 Player cabinet, hold with 12 four record HI, Pi in Wooden Record

dead rats and mice to the contrary i- (price includes plate). Never before, speaker limitGift SpecJal k6s and extra

notwithstanding. engraving at this low price. Shoppt foi at onlyb 5e0s
111.15.
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e KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA




STARKR. nORmA. THURSDAY..; ,OCTOBER.- Sft, 19.51

one for the prettiest; one for the SO'

Bryan DeclaresAs most original: and one for the TfyTTTTTTTTVTTTVrTYTTTTt Ti:;'. \
ugliest. There will also be fabulous -
,
MELROSE s a
;3 grounds-prizes for those
CandidateFor who register and are lucky enough -
to be present and have their By Joyce and Marry Rothhammer ,

numbers drawn; .&..A.&&..&....ljUaaaa
Dec. 2 These prizes may be seen on
Mayor
4e display in the window of the vacant Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Milligan of +vl _
store next to McKay's ,Real Tulsa, Okla. and Mrs. Dale Price'
Estate office. and son, Lawrence Dale of Mari- .
Ralph P. Bryan announced this fi n
week he would seek election to Rev. J. R. Smith closed the .. ,t; anna visited last week with their
the office 'of Mayor of Keystone meeting with a prayer. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant
Heights Iii ,the forthcoming election Coffee and doughnuts were served M+Ma 7 Rothhammer and sisters Joyce,
of December 2. in the lunch room following ; K + Carol and Margy and brother, L&L
Mr. Bryan is an active memberot adjournment. Mrs. Don Christ- Glynn and family. Mrs. Price is
offers and Mrs. Tony Baker were the former Alice Rothhammer'and :
the First Baptist Church of $ .' "
Keystone hostesses for the evening. Mrs. Milligan is the former L
Heights. He is chairmanof _
I PTA County Council Melva Rothha nmer. I # ,.'t 'dy n- x
Finance
the. Committee of the 4Melrose
Lions On the assumption that "an Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Johnsonare Y
Club of Keystone, and Ralph P. Bryan k I
treasurer of the Volunteer Fire I informed delegate is more desir- the proud parents of a baby I
Department. employed at Clay Electric Cooperative able than an instructed delegate," daughter born Oct. 19. They have

Bryan served three years in the and small son Ralph Mrs.Thelma Ivey of the General ++, named her Pamela. Varsity Squad II
Army, 16 months of which was Jr. Extension Division of the University r 1, Cub Scouts Meet
spent in Korea during the Korean He has been employed in the of Florida, spoke on "The \\ r Cub Scout Pack 109 had its I Members of the 1958 Melrose (Ray Renfro Bobby Redfern,
War. He was honorably discharged Accounting Department of Du Platform! of the PTA" in prepara- monthly meeting Wednesday at varsity football team. 1st row Johnny Prevail. Chris Spires. 3rd
with the rank of Sergeant. Pont Company's Highland Plant tion for the State Convention to 7:30: p. m. at the Parish House. ll-rl CaJvin; O'Steen. Emory roGene: Stanton, Charles
Mr. Bryan now resides at his for the past five years where his e be held in Sarasota on Nov. 18, ..,' '. Parents were invited and many Cross, Charles Gaboardi, Bill|! Brown, Mike Hogan. George
home on Citrus and Flamingowith I also president cf the Highland 19. and 20. Mrs. Ivey 'was guest ; attended. Logsdon, Jimmy Williams. 2nd I Hanks, Tommy Bass, R. L. Jolm-
his wife Imogene. who is Employees' Social Club.KEYSTONEyIlIfHLIGNTS. speaker at the 'Clay County Counci Awards,, were given'to: Ricky row: Alvin Lilly. O. M. Faircloth!I son.
Meeting of Parent-Teach' ynnua suver- arrow; Nicky Chiap-
I ers Association,. held in the Wo- pini, two silver arrows; Scott Sip- COMMUNITY CHURCH OF I ST. ANNES' EPISCOPAL
man's Club, Wednesday morning, prell, gold and silver arrow; Ev- KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. I CHURCH

t Oct. 22. Accompanying Mrs. Ivey ans Spires, gold and two silver James D. Pait Organist, 'The Rev. M. H. Breyfogle Minister.
was Mrs. Rankin president of the b arrcws; John Allen, lion and gold Choir Director. ,
Sunday Service 9:00a.
& : : m.
\ x '
Alachua
a arrow
County Council ; and Ken
r Tomlinson lion Services: Church School
PTA Votes Change following morning at 10 a. m. Mrs. Rosemary Robinson, badge. : : Parish Night Supper: Third Friday -
I president "' a.m. Morning Worship 11 .9:4)1
In Meeting Time Mrs. Frank Egan. chairman of of the Clay County Council I Brownie Scouts Meet 6:30: p. m.

Ths Keystone Heights PTA met' the Woman's Club Blood Bank, presided at the business meeting ., ." '- -, ......... The Brownie Scouts of Melrose -
I
Tuesday night, Oct. 21 with appealed to the group for contributions preceding Mrs. Ivey's talk. ., -- '" -... Lone Troop 3 had an investiture

President Gene Williams pre- stressing the, importanceof Mrs. Robinson presented then ,.. .......... 'rt program "Monday. Five new I ..- LAKE FRONT SPECIALS --
siding. Devotional was given by having blood available, as t Keystone Heights club a Certificate L._.:I"{.".,_.'.'. Brcwnies were added. They are:
Carl Duncan.. the case of the hunting accident of Honor for the year 1956- R. 'J.. Peggy Shaughnessy, Marlene White Sand Lake A Good Investment
The fact that this organizationand suffered by a local boy on the 57. This was the first year that Odom. Maria Yarbrough, Barbara
the Starke PTA meet on the previous Sunday. the'"blue ribbon" 'awards were .". ,. .. s Breyfogle. and Sharon Nobles. LOTS AT $1250

same evening was again brought The award for the highest percentage discontinued. and the'certificates .c '. Mrs. C. H. Flat is the leader and These lots are easily reached, require little clearing and
of attendance to
went x
[the Mrs. F.
equivalent] given F. Mason
up and a motion'made to change were out. j r is assistant.
the time for the Keystone Mrs. Susie Gornto's room. Mrs. George Schaeffer was president Mothers were invited. next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 19:>8"
Heights PTA to'the'3rd Thursdayof Frank Harris, Carnival Chair that year. Saturday Was Busy- The.Brownie Scouts had a bake ;
man, reviewed all aspects of the 'Day
the month. The motion was The banner for the highest per- .sale at the post office Saturday
carried, making it possible for preparations, and called on each centage of attendance for that i morning. The Brownies handledthis S. E. M9KA REALTOR
chairman to report what had beendone For Members
parents of children in both the day went to Doctor's Inlet. Keystone Churches sale by themselves.
local school for the various booths, etc. It was voted to hold monthly Woman's Club Meets
and Bradford County I I I
I Keystone Heights Phone 3701 2051 4151 4209
Mr. Harris said that the childrenin -
High School to attend PTA 'at meetings rather than bi-monthly, Last Saturday was a busy day three-day sales event. Col. Louis J. Totom Director
both places. costume will be divided into as heretofore. The next meeting for church members in Keystone of Civil Defense for Alachua
five groups: Pre-school; First will be Nov. 26 at Green Cove Heights. Lower scene shows men of St.Ann's I_
Mr. Williams announced the and Second grades; Third and Springs Episcopal Church as they [Continued on next Page
i Elementary School Library -
Top photo [left to
fact that right 1: Mrs.
the
Clay staged
County Council
a
Fourth one-day
grades; Fifthand Sixth: roofing projecton
of There will be no December R. N. Sunderland, chairman, Mrs. r ....
Parents and Teachers was :Seventh and Eighth. There will the parish house adjoining .: :
meeting, however. W. J. Gr< lick, and
Mrs. Alma
Club'theJ ?
meeting .the Woman's their
new church.
three prizes The
bt for each buildingwas
:* group; Following the-speaker.. hostesses -
Frost model three of the "lateststyle" completely re-roofed
last
Mrs. Everest Fox Mrs. Herb- LEE'S DRIVEINTHEA
ert Nelson. and Mrs. Harold Sut- hats they were merchand- Saturday by Alfred Penney, George 'IK k'
ton served cookies doughnuts, izing at,the successful RummageSale Phelps, Richard Murrhee, Watt
Its always and coffee to'the guests. staged by women of the Hardenbergh Gay Livingston TRE '
Woman's Club Plus Community Church. Alex Brok s, Key Sargent, the ,' ''l 1
Money-Makinff Activities They expected ''I minister, Bill Breyfogle, and others -I Phone 4113

',' .At'ameraJng. i +..tbe..FlnaneiCommittee .. to... .net around., $180 from then iY01TLL ....,
- .
the time Keystone:;Heights Tla.Frif .
right ;
; of'the'Woman's- Club o Saturday, with 9 ii -is'a done LOVE tte new Estei Huntley Jr. Huntley, Sr. MikeThe
last week, plans were made for leader in the group. A small brook .purse-size fountain In f
i. the following activities throughout group of Royal Ambassadors from pastel shades. pens Sat., Sun. Red f .
Only $3.09 ai Bradford earns Say: .
the year: November 15, W6-' the Main Street Baptist Church County -Telegraph. Oct. 31, Nov. 1, 2
man's Club Bazaar; December 6, in Jacksonville, including ,four
Bake Sale; January 24, 1959, Din- boys and one adult leader, spent I THE HUNTERS What a break for Santa
ner; February '21, Bake Sale; Friday night. Also on Friday KEYSTONE Claus 1! This Beautiful l
March 17, Fashion Show; April right, another group of Royal I JEWELERSExpert
Alachua County Federation Ambassadors from the Kings Robert Mitchum, Robert
Luncheon; May another Bake Highway Church in Jacksonville, Watch Repairing WagnerIn WESTERN FLYERBICYCLE
Sale. spent the night. The group included Quality Line Jewelry Cinemascope
I Goldhead Branch Park' News 19 boys and 4 adults. 1- Walter M. Muhlhofer-
This past week has teen fair Mr. Cook at the park reports --. --- ==-=-
--- -
in attendance at Goldhead, that fishing has been fair, with
though it is now the offseason.The catches of bass and shell-crackers
To Start A Checking Account weekend attendance fell,off, predominating.Girl .
probably"due to the ball game. Scout Troop Reorganized
Business-minded Visitors on the weekend included The expansion of Girl Scouting BEAT
people enjoy the convenience of IT
pay ,
: Girl Scout Troop 53, from! .
in the
Keystone-Melrose ,
ing bills by checks. What,better way is there to keep Gainesville, with 48 girls and 'I'' anticipation of membership area, in in .
track of
expenditures Cancelled checks are legal proofof leaders, who spent Thursday the Gateway Girl Scout Council
bills paid. Open your,account with us TODAY! night and Friday. Girl Scout as of January I, 1959 has resulted .

Troop 308 from Jacksonville, with in the reorganization of the Keystone IF YOU CAN
THE 11 girls and two leaders spent; Heights Girl Scout Troop
,KEYSTONE STATE BANKA Friday night and Saturday at the I, under the leadership of Mrs. C.
park. The girls had requested a J. O'Connor.
Friendly Bank in a. Friendly Community guided nature tour through the Mrs. O'Connor, a trained and

grounds, and Don Champion, experienced leader, is assisted by
,I. Keystone Heights, Fla. BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!
Farm Forester from Starke, obli Miss Mary Lou Gardner, a for-
Member F.!).I.C. ged by taking the girls on a tour. mer Girl Scout. The troop, spon- i
Girl Scout Troop 50 from Jacksonville sored by the Women's Auxiliaryof I
spent the day at the park St, Anne's Episcopal Church

opens its membership to all fifth
and sixth grade girls of Keystone with each HOTPOINT 2-DOOR

Heights School. Further assist- INCH
ance will be given leaders by a FREEZERREFRIGERATORCOMBINATION

you're invited troop committee which will be
announced later.
'
\ Girls attending Friday's meet- TABLE

ing were Virginia Campbell, Jackie -

i .to. our. O'Connor Fox, Kathy, Eileen McGlave.Penney, Nancy Kay ,_ TMc

:b'r'.. '. Julie Sunderland Walker., Norma Valdejuli, and MODEL \ 8j

.*. : : : Parents of girls interested in .
:; ;: A If.-, joining the troops are asked to j i

., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST contact Mrs. O'Connor by phon ct I Only $3 Weekly
t i'. I
ing Keystone 4297. (WITH TRADE) \ : After trade. (any
from 9:30 a.m. Keystone Junior High \
11 )
Bows To Reinhold 48-7 age

t .On Thursday evening, Oct. 23the I r or Small

1;. t *. Toys :7 -' High Keystone School Dragons Heights were Junior taken Ai95 I' i I I Down Payment

to the cleaners by Reinhold Junior I, Two .Separate.
w' ; High from Green Cove f I Refrigerating
.
Springs, in the last home _' -.
game --
I ..
played on the Melrose Field. It ------..- Systems
uj.' Party Favors might be aptly said that the Dra f AUTOMATIC

Tons ,were really draggin'!" Weave .
DEFROSTING
3a no wish to criticize the boys

:)n our team. They truly tried Bicycle Premium Good with First Five Sold So Harry

Greeting Cards 'ut' they have had little previous Hurry, Hurry Get Yours Before They're All
experience, and. lack confident Gone!
without which no sporting event I
can be won. With few
a games

under doubt blossom their belts out, beautifully they will into no \We Meet All Advertised PricesREDFEARN'S

A a winning team next yea .. (Trade Must Be In Workable Order)
There will be one more game this
I vear,'in Green Cove Springs. Let
.v ems go and show them we're behind a

Choose. your gifts early them Personals! Redfearn's

and Mrs. G. E. Wiggins Jeft last .
r use. our: convenient.. Lawrence Blvd Wednesday, via Greyhound, for> Where Service Is AssuredPhone
I St. Petersburg; to visit ,with her .
layaway. tan! KEYSTONE HEIGHTS sister-ln-law, Treat
i Mrs. Helen Keystone Heights
I I .iCot-"i- -.. ,. ... ... 9391 Keystone Heights, Fla.
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: all enjoyed a tour of Gatlinburg 'Ray Chance yyyyvyTyvvmywyy yyy.". fTYTTTT.TTTfTTTTTTT1 and Mrs. Jessi? Hardenbrook. We i I

Tenn., recently, their purpose be- ''I \ FLORAHOMEAND wish them
": '.- a happy m&tried life.
HIGHLIGHTSAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ing to the beautiful :! I ?' '
see autumn
GRIFFIS LOOP I
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!
Bobbie Magyar., grandson of
GRANDINBy
foliage in the Smoky Mountain +7s7,'1jt07 Cf f '
f&9fi
National Park. New C. D. Head Xi Mrs. Annie Hardenbrook' is 00w

Dane By Yerble. Anderson employed: at the Setxer store_
:
(Continued from Page'l) Mrs. Anna C. Fufry, of NewCastle '
,
Del. is the guest of* the H. : iiiAAAAAA AIA1A&AAA iAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Patsy O'Brian, ass ,the'iUe of )
1f- Miss Anna McCullough is back L. Morgan's, Jr. Mrs. Furry is Finds Foils Sylvia ,Morris Friday night and
Revival services at'the Church Mrs. E. C. Dukes and daughter, Saturday.
l"at her home in White Feather Mrs. Morgan's mother. She arri- '
Court after being gone for nearly ved two weeks ago, and the Mor- : of God in Florahome. closed last Mrs. Ray Brockins were visitorsat Mrs. Hazel Hall visited Mrs.
4' : .. Sunday evening; revivalist speaker Boatdrain Baptist Church Sun- Thomas -
three months visiting nieces gans are hoping to coax her to Ready To HelpCommander O'Brian Saturday afternoon
n in Washington, D. C., Mrs. Ann remain for the winter. I Rev. Hatch of the First Gay night. We hope they will .
_..j Church of God in Palatka, come agam.: '
'If Fothergill, and Mrs. Deedie Walker. Members Boatdrain
Mrs. Harold L. Ridaught is a j5 Baptist
d 11Vi:; Miss McCullough also spent patient at Alachua General Hospital Ray Chance of1 brought some fine messages. their Members of Boatdrain had as Church extend their sympathy to
.1 speaker Sunday, J.. F. Jau-
ViBll Bllt several weeks visiting Miss Alice having undergone surgery Keystone Heights, recentl apt Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Stricklandof don. Everyone the Tucker family in their tloi
tsingle the
Kelly in Monongahela, Pa., her on Friday of last week. She should pointed Clay County Civil Defense'' Belle Glade visited Mr. Strick enjoyed mes- of sorrow.

. ; former home town. Last Spring, be home again this weekend. Director, is well qualified for the! land's brother and sister-in-law, sages come back he gave again and and hope he will for Mrs. Lucille ROwe has vbeen.appointed

Miss Kelly visited rMlss McCul Job. First he is acutely aware or Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Strickland speak librarian of
We are delighted to hear of the Boatdraiz\
:; lough"in Keystone Heights while. the need for such an organization, last Sunday. us.Sgt. Church. Anyone having
miraculous recovery of Kyle Mc- Ray Brookins was home good
en; a Florida'' tOur. having been stationed 'in Pearl' Claude Vore returned to '
Flora- books
.. for children
,and wishing
Murtry, Jr., who was the victim ever the weekend visiting his wife t'4
Mrs. Maude Watkihs and three of a hunting accident on Oct. 19. Harbor at the time of thaft infamous -' home, last Friday from Aurora, and parents, Mrs. Bessie Brookins donate them should, contact her

1 of her Gainesville friends, Mrs. Kyle is in the Baptist Hospital in attack. He is also well trained -' ni. where he visited relatives.Mr. and Rev and Mrs.-Orville Brook- at her home on route lu\, )ox 179.

.a. Marvin Ahrens, Mrs.. Myron Cun- Jacksonville; and he loves to have in responsibility and in training person so far has refusedan i fense Program, Chance said Vore failed to go to Mexicoas ins. Sgt. Brookins is stationed in The children Boatdrain. Baptist -
others. Having served in- the ,. include he had
r company. He is1 now able to eat assignment gg Sted," he:said. the sheriff planned before returning Georgia. Church will have their picnic
Navy for 29 he was retired'with health officer, to his home
HEALTH FACTSMany anything and in another week the rank years of Lt, Commanded He"has appointed a; deputy director school superintendent, and such' here. Mr. and Mrs. Don Curtis of Wednesday at :Gold Head'Branch: ;
r he should be at home. Kyle's par But Beam, of Keystone county officials. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Price hadas South Carolina were guests of I Park. Those en the cpmmittee.
in of'
1952. H6
has
r ents are grateful to all their : held positi6ns' : Heights, and five assistant deputy guests Sunday their son and Mrs. Curtis' are Thomas O'BiIanV11ma, ; cr-
f folks have difficulty un- command at sea, being CO of the : directors: : ,According ,to Comdr. Chance, aaughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. :
friends and They
acquaintances for being are
: George'Doyle
erstandlnff how spinal' adjustments USS ZUNI and USS MERAPI.. At i the Civil Defense Program is under Pete Griffis. Mr. and Mrs. Curtisare Brian Mrs. Lucille Rowe Mrs.
Doctors Inlet Mrs. Calvin Price and children,
so thoughtful and considerate ; J: C._ Horton Oriange'
can affect the' function of Pearl Harbor, at the time of the ; the county commission with from Silver the parents of a baby boy. OrvUle Brookins. Mrs. .Lavonia;
Lake
Park
and
the Arthur
during time of crisis. ; Hatcher, Mid- Mr. and
r internal organic The". truth is- attack, he was in charge of instal- dleburg Jim a' county defense council, and his Mrs. J. Price from San Mateo. They now have two boys. Griffis, Mrs. Ruby Kowatch. and
the nervous system controls the We are'also glad to hear of Mr. lation and maintenance of submarine ; Howering, Penney immediate responsibility is the Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookins Mrs. Vatle Anderson. The Sunday
r, unction of all organs one'wayor and Mrs. Reynolds [who hav net defense. He has been Farms; arid' J. E. Wilson, Green organization the program and Mr. and Mrs. John McLeod and were in Melbourne to see their School classes won this picnic '
both been the sick list Cove Springs. Clay ,Hill'' and children, David and Becky, left attendanceand
on ] being
another. training officer at several different obtaining volunteers for the' various son-in-law, who is in the hospital for 100 per cent ,
i The benefit of spinal adjusting up and able to go out again. In Navy bases. Kingsley Lake have as'yet'n -as= departments which include Sunday for their home in St. there. He is improving some Everyone is looking forward to a
fact, at this writing they werd! I slstant deputy.Keystcne Augustine after visiting Mr. McLeod's -
wish time.Saratoga.
him
was discovered when a man deaf Since retiring, Comdr. Chance supplies, communications, fire, we a speedy recovery. good
: for 17 years'had his hearing planning for a trip somewhere. Heights has been brother-in-law and sister, Edward Hardenbrook and Miss will
re- has Been) a resident of Keystone chosen police, evacuation, health and Heights have city
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morgan, Jr. as headquarters for' the Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Strick-
Erlene Norman married in
fetored by spinal adjusting. Heights and taken active part. RAD safety. were mail delivery beginning Nov. 1.
and family have been taking in- an county unit since Green Cove land, for the past week.
: (Chiropractic cine .can'and dget in civic affairs. Presently, he is Springs is a target area: Ah office When'the organization has been Folkston Ga. and now reside on We welcome this service verymuch
Mr. and Mrs.. Roland Tanner West Call St. Erlene is the daughter
sick people'well after everything on leave from the police depart- in'' the Fire House hasbepn assigned' completed training classes will beheld returned and are sure others wfll
from their wedding trip of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Nor
: else has failed. ment and is a member of the volunteer -. for the of for k personnel' who will
For detail contact use the Defense to the southern part of the state man. Edward is the son of Mr. too. ,
fire department, and of the Director, who says th t',although be responsible for training In thelocal' it the first of last week and are at

the, i Ground Observers Corps. plans are in' the initial''stage h6 communities' and units.: their home in Grandin.

Appointed last week, Comdr. :already \has a' building' donated I Comdr.., and Mrs Chance ifveen Ralph Brockman accompanied LOCAL MANAGER FOR

: Dr. H. G., Bollinger EVERYTHING YOU Chance has already traveled 1,000 by Ed' Wiggins for storage tof Garden street in KeystoneHeights' his'mother, Mrs; Ethel Brockman,

Offic NEED' miles setting up his organization, equipment, includh g' the 200. bed : ] They have one" son, to Climax, Ga. last Sunday where

Chiropractic LIVE BAIT BOATS and says' he" [is getting excellent hospital unit !Gary, 15, who is a first-year stu Mrs. Brockman will visit relatives

I 426 N. IVaInnt'St.i co-operation in the work. "Not a Key' personnel;in,the' Civil' De-,.'dent1 at;Emory' at' Oxford... before returning to Grandin.. Mr. Jim Walter corps

Phone WO 4-2881 Starkeor ... COTTAGES Brockman returned
teresting little trips to introduceMrs. home to Pa-
r .." ".....n. 1 December 18.:
RUTLEDGE'S I ."' y. ... latka that evening.
Morgan's
mother Mrs.
Anna, It' was decided that instead .of
r 728 if Unf'erSltj'Phone 1 Mi. South of KeystoneOn C. Furry, to the beauties of Florida -: M'E'lLROS'E-' : : holding only three meetings this Mr Mr.! and; and Mrs.Mrs.John W.Madduex W. Tyre from and "World's Largest Home Builders"
'
Last week '
: had
6-S2S8 Gainesville Route 100 they a trip I. year, there will be one every '
'r" Sanford visiting
to-Silver Springs, with dinner at AAA AA AAAALAAAAAA AAA'' other'month.. The next meeting were Mrs. Tyre'snfece

U. the Ocala; Brahma and this past Restaurant weekend in; [Continued From Page One] }8 scheduled.p. m.The for December 15'at and family, Mrs. at Eugene' Grandin S.last Brantley Sunday WILL BE IN STARKE!(

they took in the sights of St; County; was guest'speaker at' the afternoon.
FHA girls served as baby Mrs. 'H. B.: Sikes Sr. 'returnedto
PAUL'S SUNDRIES Augustine. luncheon I
and business meeting sitters.Junior. EACH THURSDAYAT
Grandin
I Sunday after
evening
r Mr. and Mrs.. Edward C. Shy- of the' Melrose Woman's Club
High First Defeat spending the weekend
with here
Melrose Where Friends Meet rock Jr. and' children, of'Albany, Wednesday, Oct: 15.
Melrose Junior High played th son and daughter-in-law, Mr
Ga. were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. C. L. 'Bass greeted guestsat
Palatka Junior at the Ma and Mrs. H. B. Sikes, Jr. in Griffin -
Fou TA kN 1 1 RENTAL LIBRARY-MAGAZINES Mr; and Mrs. George Schaefferand the.door and Mrs. A. J. With- Stadium High : Ga. STARKE HARDWARE CO.
family.The Shyrocks. were erspoon, president, presided at roon in Palatka Oct, 22.
Though they played hard, neither Miss Doris Seigler of Orlando
enroute to
Albany after weekending the meeting.
r in Ocala. team was able to score. Penaltieskept visited her father, R. L. Seigleranii'faII 12:30 P.M. TO 6:00'' PM.: ;

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE The following new memberswere Melrose from scoring, once ily, at Grandin last Sunday -
Miss Alice Dodd a student presented: Mrs. Carl Becker, :
on a touchdown play.
Men's, Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes nurse at St. Luke's Hospital in Mrs. M. H. Schroeder and Mrs. 9
Jacksonville, spent the past weekend Beatrice Lavy. Guests included: The Juniors tasted their first THE RIGHT POINT for the

..bsre ift rW EAI tit tA SP ilir\\-' with her aunt and uncle, Mr. Mrs. Edna Johnson, Mrs. Charles defeat Saturday night when they way yon write. Come iq and select For Appointments Call

I and Mrs. Fred Dodd and family. Nelson, Mrs. Bill Moore Mrs. played the Starke Juniors at your favorite ESTEBBROOK .
Ke yr lstuli@\!I l ltft s. Lb llueFtister; :cite\\ t Starke. Starke romped over themto Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.70t '
'? ,:,. ..... -y"" ,.., Roger Pangborn Pat LaMee, Hazel Gibson, Mrs. Richard P. the tune of 40-0. will JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector '
-, --. ,- ...--_. "-- John' and Danny Dodd; and Mrs. Vogh, Mrs. Myrtle Sutton and They
play Starke once again next weekon
Lawrence LaMee visited Kyle Mc- Mrs. Dorothy McDonald.Mrs. STARKE WO 4.5311
AtIJtl" 1 M& IF Im"Otfi\t : their home field. i
I Murtry, Jr, at Baptist Hospital in W. J. Grolick, chairmanofways 9S

: 1S'u'.writ' q.1 ietic } i8'oi'fttitall',1\'\1iVt? lorfC'a uk1t )IrtLh i Jacksonville Mrs. on Saturday. ] plans and for means, told interesting Melrose on Has the HomecomingHigh list of important O 1 .
: and'Bonds.* i Pat Pawlikowski, Mrs. a'money making : !i // It's A1 Quality HohifK: ? .
guranceV. ; Jane Donnelly, Miss Peggy Ga- project. activitiis last week at Melrose was
boa 'di Mrs. Helen Conneen' Mrs. Hostesses for the luncheon the annual homecoming football lj6:6'Vt Ij j
; were
SPESIAL TO DRIVERS ABLE TO QUALI--, .. Ii
RATES !Est tIe Bisbee Mrs. W. H. Allen, V. 'Y.; game against Bell. i -J. i.' '.
Miss Anna Mc- "Mrs J It's"A .Jim'! Iratt.e.U .... ..'...' .
FY AS ,NON-Df1NKERS Cullough, Mrs. Lu Nelson and Crawley, and ''Mrs. R. A.:*Cox.Jfelro'se Activities I began'Thursday night ." .. .... __ ''.co 't. "- 4-

r ;Mrs. Mary'K. Schaeffer; all members Halloween l 'Carnival witha huge, 'bonfire at'the school, ,

WALRtfH INSURANCE 'AGENCY of'St. William's Choir, along Will Be Held Friday into" this bonfire an effigy of I '' > *&& <-.- r.. "'

with their organist and choir di- The Melrose PTA will present Bell was thrown. *'ww-i *rrr? feVrf..

"AS 'AVAILABLE AS YOUR PHONE" tcctdr, Mrs. Glade Bachman, itturnished'the annual Halloween carnival Friday: afternoon a parade of

musical portion of Friday, Oct. 15. Festivities will decorated cars left the school and
I&&Hts? >'
Phone 2 73tKeystone Fyla; ""the! Holy Hour Services'held at wound their
I .. start at 5 p. m,'and continue! until way through Melrose -
-,...-..:-- -......-- St. Edward's Churchon Sunday about ten or eleven o'clock. : They then'rode through
evening, Oct 2f{ from 5 to 6 p. The Seniors will Keystone.. Lt Florida Democrats ei
have
the food
jm. During that time, the choir and drink booth The Bell Bulldogs then 'spoiled i
;: YELL DfflLUNC' p. .& rice introduced an "0 Salutaris," going to ,them.with the Proceeds proceeds the homecoming handing Melrose f

F written by Mrs. Bachmann. ,from other'booths-will-go- to-the e: a 43-18 defeat. Bell scored We Nominated Able People In Our

: ,-' TERMS Al'AILAB$ L t Mr. and Mrs, Paul Harvey ar PTA. Each class will sponsor a two' touchdowns 'and one extra

back in Keystone Heights for booth under the direction of a point in the first,quarter Tommy r September Primary
-
: Prompt"Service Fr SeE\t iuiM" their annual stay at White Feath- PTA member. Bass of Melrose scored from six

Court during the '''winter' months.. A costume parade will be held yards out.,but failed to make an 1l1 NOW'WE' MUST ELECT THEM .

:They are fromi1 Boston> extra point. In
a at 6:30 in the.auditorium Prizeswill the second quarter

RALPH E.. MATHEtt : Mrs. Shirley Whidden entertained be awarded to the ugliest; Bobby' Redfearn raced 20 yards Get out and Vote next Tuesday : ;i

.
Mrs. Mary K. Schaeffer, prettiest and most original cos: for a touchdown which brought

Melffee Tk 7 Irs.,Jean Fox, and Mrs. Lu Nelson tume. Everybody wear coStum e the score to 13-12. This threat
P. 0. Box 528 a U
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at her home' on Santa Fef'8ke' and participate. A hula hoop conJ? so n'vanished as Elvin Mathews > I

last'Thursday afternoon. r Oft Bell charged 45 ._ .,. .. ...,, .
PHONE GR 5-5101 : : test will also take place, so be. sure I yards' before H..*fiS- ,- BateS.g r"..""

T- W& were 'sorry to.say goodbye to bring your hula hoop. the, halftime.. r:: ... .--:. "='. ', ... ..... w.. ;.__... .;,;: .,.t.... ".".".._* ...ItA.y... .._, -- ,.
\to the Bcb Randolphs who have The highlight of the carnivalwill I The halftime was highlighted ; _

KEYSTONE COfcBMflDEPENbABLE1 ''moved away. Mr. and Mrs. Ran- be the crowning of the Kings 'by the coronation Of the Home- ,' /, ... ..: '< -- << ....." ",. .-j\e;;! -...
GAS' fiolph''' 'their rdanghter Cindy r and Queens. Just who1 a711'be'th e Coming! queen Miss Becky Brice. -

Jeft:Keystone Heights on Friday, ,Icings and Queens wfll be 'se-r Her attendants 'were Kathy Rid
a
24-HOUR S lRTO & Oct. 17, for CUmberland Md., cret. The outcome will ber deter.* aught, senior; Susan Bass,junior: VOTE Preserve Florida's Democratic customs and traditions.

here Bob will be employed bhe''Hhrcoles' y mined by the amount of money Sandra Ridaught; sophomore; and I

Day Phone Kite Phone } Co.Mrj'and'Mrs. .' in the cans that have be i1. }aced Carol Sue Hurst, 'freshman.In VOTE to safeguard Florida's position as a powerful Democratic State.
SAF,GAS
4351"- 2582 | : Everett Fox and c in stores in Melrose and nearby the' second half.; the Bell .

Sons, Biftch and )1Jiinmy, visited towns. The crowning will takeplace team ''went on 'a 'scoring spree: VOTE to continue progressive leadership in Florida.

COOKING'-; .HEATING* WATER HEAtING: fyle- McMurtry, Jr. in the Baptist Ht halftone awing The football scoring 12'points'each quarter.
'"Hospital in Jacksonville lastSaturday game, "'hch'Will'a! sb be held In the closing' mfnutes: Tommy I VOTE for the Democratic nominees shown here. Each is a man of

}'evening, that night, on 'the football! ..field.We're Bass raced 'six yards for ''touch
f Most Complete Line' of j 110 Se' 'n t1ng- Equipment in North Church ->News looking forward1' to this down. Outstanding scorer for I proven leadership, ability and integrity. Each has a sound

.f being the best Bell was Wayne Welch 'a'ith'fiv i : record of achievement. .
a e
Florida. If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter See Us First Sti wmiam's AlU -'Society will carnival MeIros

"'..I....>t ." ': eet'-from'now oil; the last Monday has ever had,:but'success?:"dependi ended touchdowns. The Homecoming

.. 1.11 .1 1 ... ,. .. of 'th'e mont at 7:30: p. on you. Everybody come'and support '. ( with a dance at'the Parish

S '. 4, ..r 1 The 'St. William's"catholic mb the PTA.' See you there. House.
4' 8tX34'? Sheetrock 'ill'ineet' on the first Monday'of PTA'Holds Meeting Vote to re-elect: U.' S. 'Senator Spes-
...
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BUIlKrtGSUPPUES t 1.55 Sheet'' he month, henceforth starting The Melrose ptfA held a Special sard L. Hollard, esteemed by his Sen-

J rtth a covered dish-supper which meeting Monday!? Oct. 20 in, tbi LA'KEGENt ViA : ate colleagues and whose Senate Seniority
Lumber- Hardware Paint high school auditorium. Reasons I and Committee assignments
begin'promptly.'at 6 ,1
Its
fill p. m.
Cement = Concrete Blocks, I for the special'
: meeting were "th e
i I hopedthat alii'concerned.willfote [1 carnival ands discussion by Blanche"Cunningham (Appropriations; Agriculture and
-C 'Lintels of the ''
Pre ast
vital to Florida's
Forestry) prog-
are
these changes; high school gym'It AAA AAAAAAA i
A All Lengths AAA AAA AA g A*t
"I'," was decided Mrs. ress.
BAPTIST CHURCH Grant Friends'of theft.: O.'Manhi:
'j willregret
.; t1'i;u...... Lighting Fixt&resRO Rothhammer, Mrs. M. C. King, ,,
rf .!I"'t..f.l: T 'TYRE :\ HEIGHTS, FLA Mrs. Dock Tison Mrs. George 'to 'learn of the death of '

R. Smith,' pastor. Ralph W de;, and Mr. and Mrs. W. R bits''bfaM's father Bryant Wilkinson. '

BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSEPhone :opeland, Minister of, Music'and MooreAwould come early and be 'which occurred Saturday
"Palatka. <
.
hurch organist. silre.everthing is ready and to see haneral''servlce' w a s Id

2741 Keystone. Heights, Fla. f Services: Sunday School,! 9:45: ttiatthings run smoothly .,held'!in biontl9p'at'"West View 3 p.Cemetery'm. with'burial 'P a- Vote to re-elect Jerry W. Carter i

JL. m. Morning Warship, 11 a/m! throughout the night. to the Florida "Railroad '
latka.Mr..
.... .
'" -
& ;Training Union 6t5: p, m. Even Mrs. Tom Odom. president and 'Public Utilities Commission -

jng services 7:30 p.>m.i ... red'the proposed"' budget, which and'Mrs. F. L. Easterly of ',: ... F 2. ;
t among1' the "other Hhings. mad[ JacksonVille'spent' Sunday with Group ;, -

i CoMWcttfidr'Ahtlad! St., WJlLun's Catholic ChApel provisions for the purchase of a Mrs: 'Easterly's mother.' Mrs. f '. : r .r i

: f Keystone; Heights 'dishwasher'for the cafeteria.. Blanche"Cunningham. and her .
famflylMrs.:
BE PREPARED CALL I Sunday Mass at '8:30'b.. m. It'vsa: also decided{that the '' ff

r Holyday Mass at 7:00-a. m;- PTA Would sellaX'to ma ..'James"ke Dyal who.has been .: .
money!: a _patient in Bradford
: County
Tuesday Mass at 8:00: 'L"m: '
C1NDV"FUHLlOIIll\ A: :Hospital has returned ,
I Confessions before all Masses. group of parents attended a home and :
s : meeting with'the County Com Is'', slowly regaiiiing ''her strength. Vote ". ,-
Baptisms, 'marriages', and instructions i- to re-elect Wilbur C. r," "
mission to discuss the problem Mrs. Dyal l.is the 'former Martha .,
by appointment. King to the Florida Railroad <
ER ICE1 of our gym. The front of the gym Sue Fmiey. f'p n
and Public Uiilitied
Commis- :
CEMETERY WORKING has been condemned and studentsare Serving the election .board ", f ,
'
sign
j not allowed in thatt art! The Tuesday, Nov. 4, will be Mrs. r Group 1. -:cO, t\ _
: pJtbN ,
2711 A working win 'be'"Hpld at'Beu-
Commission' Blanche ,
promised: to build Cunningham) clerk: Mrs.
I-Cemetery,. near Auction or new dressing B. t. .. s. rii' _
rooms'and hart the Cooper. Mrs. C. Stewart and "V ,/ .I
.. -Highways 16 and 4l, east of CampHanding gym reinforced. Lt.{,Col.: David Nelson.of Keystone ./

Ie18t toils 'Hdgljfs. 'lFla., on Saturday, Nov. 'Mrs. Oom ,asked for three vol:' Heights, inspectors.

.. J.' Ml interested persons' are 'urfedio s.unteers to serve as delegates to bir:-attd'Mrs'E' Thomas of VOTE TUESDAY 'VOTE DEMOCRATIC EVE RV VOTE
the |
County'Council, the Jacksonville
'- -, \. :* and. were recent visitor NOVEMBER -

., report.j _,.|-...... ,. ',,. : group decided to hold a<- dfnn after the 'Ray'Forsythes. I COUNTSI.-_
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THtr. .11' ._O'TO EIt.30, 19.38 lUiWORD ,
COUNTY .TELEGP.\Pll, 'TAIUiE. FLORIDA _. ..... ...
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and Miss Debbie Phillips of Pa- home at-Groverfield Ala. =-
LAWTEY l la tka; Mrs. Susie Norman of Elder O. S. Wise of the State 1 99999. ffryflflrwAflfff NOTICE TO DEFEND I i (SEAL)
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flrrait Court Bradford County, CHARLES A. DARBY,
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Dinsmore; Rafalee'Dam, Nancy Farm visited the Allan Harts 'and tloridn !. fhmtrerj.Perry 'Clerk of the Circuit (" 'urlI
Hn. Hill, Mr.and Mrs. J. A. Ellis and Mrs. Nancy Keene Saturday. RISING Brown, Plaintiff, rs. Lottie ,I By Marian 1... Crosby Deputy Clerk
87 Joree'T. PatchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
Mrs. W..H. Ellis of Alacliua: Mr. Deepest sympathy is extendedto Hut hing. Brown defendant i IOJ9/ it 10-:0

and Mrs. Jim Harden, S. G. Horton the family of the late A. J. By '!Irs. Gordon Jones Case No. 12-611 I r\M. FOR Bid

Martha Horton. Mr. and Mrs. [Buddy] Starling. NOTICE TO APPEAR I Sealed bids will be received by
Rev. and Mrs. Earl Moses were AA AAAAA4AA AAAAA A A A To: Lottie Hutchings Brown, the
W. H. Williams Sinclair Bryan, Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Williams aka | Bradford County Hospital Corp
Friday night and Saturday guests Lottie Hutching Brown oration at the office of the Bradford
and A. L. Burner of Raiford Mr. Gray -
; and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newmans
Mr. and Mrs.
14:: County Hospital in
E. 88th Starke
ol Mrs Moses eSS Street,
parents, Mr. and Cleveland 6,
and Mrs. R. R. Reddish of Web- Winifred Gray and Mr. and Mrs. and son of Gainesville visited Mr. Ohio. Florida, up to 7:30 p. m. Tuesday.
Mrs. Stafford"Sheffield, in Kings- ster Rev. H. H. Mott of DONCANEBRrWherein Member 4, 1S5S, on the followingFuel
; Kingsley You
T.
A. Parker in Jacksonville Fri- and Mrs. Lois Newmans Sunday. are notified that a suit for
land, Ga. Lake; Mr. and Mrs.'A H. Horton divorce has been filed against oil, Number .Distillate -
d y. Mr. and Mrs. Garland O'Steen you Approximately Gallons
in
0.000
the above Moreor
Homecoming Observed' At and family, 'and.Mr.: and Mrs. B. Jimmy Eunice of Valdosta State the passing days bring hurried to get my washing and. and son and Joe Norman of and you are required named Court to serve and a cause Less, to be delivered in the storage
First: Baptist:Church C. Robinson of L ke,City; Truby College is visiting his grandmother grief and work.: cast :off sorrow I ironing done, then fixed the house I Jacksonville visited relatives here of your answer or pleading to copy the quantities tank at the hospital site in
Former members and friends of I complaint on Plaintiff's of not less than 1,000 gal-
Pinholster of BrookerRaymond to pray and laugh.and'sing. I up pretty, baked a nice square Attorney I ions
; Mrs. in !
Selma Eunice.and par- and Gainesville, Saturday. Martin J. Pearl. 102 Law or more than 1.500 gallons at
the church attended the morning Brown of Worthington Springs: ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Eunice. This pain, my child, is part of angel food cake and placed can- Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Puildmg. Jacksonville 2, Florida Exchange and any the one delivery, as specified by
service. Special music was rendered Mrs. S. D. Andrews and family of i Bill Green visited his mother growing old dles and decorations. I had baked Eddie Norman Sunday were Mr. Clerk file the of original the CirerU in the office of the I effective hospital for a this period contract of one to year be
by the Ray Trio of Jacksonville Wildwood; and Mr. and Mrs. Billy !,in Lake City Sunday. A part of learning there's! an catfish, fried chicken, sweet potatoes and Mrs. Thurman Jones and the 10 day of I\Member.Court on or 1958 before ; from date of acceptance by the

t and Miss Mary Elizabeth Torode and son of Gainesville.The Mr. and Mrs. Levy Griffis and end to spring, Irish potatoee, lima beans, sons, Eugene and Julius of Starke. otherwise the allegations of said County Board of Hospital Trustees of the Bradford
Complaint Corporation.
Graham of Fort White, followedby I An end to summer that the pickles, a salad gravy and hot will be taken as confessed I The
Halloween Carnival which Curtis and David Johns were in Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman of by you. Board of Trustees of the
an inspirational message by harvests bring, whole wheat rolls, and ice Bradford County Hospital
cake reserves
held Mulberry visited relatives This notice shall
1 was on Saturday evening Macclenny Saturday to see Mr. here be published once the right
the pastor Rev. Earl Moses. A A part of seeking a remembered cream. We had company fromSioux each week for four consecutive weeks I to reject any or all bids.
and Mrs. the R. E
bountiful was among the best ever held at Clyde Griffith.Mr. over weekend. in the Bradford Edmondson. Administrator
basket lunch was sera dream. City and I am sure Don County Teleeraph. Bradford County
ed the school. Gross receipts were and Mrs. Hoy Hague and enJoyed Miss Nancy ManN of Starke Dated this 8 day of October, 1958. Hospital
at the noon hour. 10-:: 2t lo-so
Where fields and j it all.'
$376.24. The faculty wishes to family spent Sunday with Mr. were green was the Tuesday night guest of -.
The Bradford Union Singing thank the community for the and Mrs. L. Tyre [in Keystone winter far away; When you read this it will be Carolyn Jones. -
Convention and other guests had wonderful help and And dusk went nodding where November. I am looking ,forwardto
cooperation. Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Alvarez Share the
a Profits In Sf art'
charge of the service after lunch. children play-
W. A. and Harley Keene of Mrs. turkey and Thanksgiving, to visited the Eddie Normans Sunday
Nancy Keene
calledto
Many beautiful solos, duets, trios, was And something lost within,this Christmas and the New Year. I
Houston, Texas, were recent evening. I 1
Starke
and Sunday due to the
quartets, along with star-dimmed scheme
group am nqw making Christmas
guests of their mother, Mrs. Nancy c.eath of her pre- Mr. and Mrs.
singing'afforded uncle O. S. Kersey. That C. C. Crosby and
a great deal 'o f gave pure"meaning to the setns. I
pleasure to those present. An extra Keene Mrs. Mattie Carter and family light of day. am making checked gingham Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of
\ Mrs. Melvin Foreman and Mrs. aprons and trimming them Starke spent last week with Mr.
special treat was enjoyed were Sunday, guests of Mr. and Cullen Jones. -
when a Syrian Charles Shalouh George Teston of Savannah 'spent Mrs. Nick Polk' and daughter. in The passing days. and years with cross stitch. They'are very and Mrs. Pete Parrish of Lendon. I
pretty. Also
from Monday to Wednesday with have Bibles for thus e Church NewsEveryone
Jacksonville.. .
ci Damascus, gave several numbers i bring.. changes. Some make children. They have for
a 'place
oa the accordion and the Perry Davis and Mrs. Annie Bray Guests of the Fred Moore fam- weep and some things bring re- family records and are ,lovely. I enjoyed the bit; chicken '

piano. Mrs. Bray returned home with ily during the weekend were Mrs.S joicing. We have been busy all will soon get out my quilt blocks supper Saturday night it Bay- FRL, SAT OC'I 31, NOV. 1 --
Among those enjoying the plea- them for a visit. D.: Andrews and family of summer with funerals. Then two and set together so I can start less Highway Church. All who attended -

sures of the day were: the Ray Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hart of Wildwood and Mr. and Mrs. Billy weeks ago Don's only brother died my quilting in January. Then I reported plenty of chicken -
Trips Frank A. Powell Mr. and Jacksonville brought their new Torode and son of Gainesville. suddenly. He was 70 years old will piece another. and a good time.

Mrs. Henry Bennett, Mrs. Clara baby daughter Twila to see her i Mr. and Mrs Lynn Owens of and had never retired. He was a I played the organ for funerals Bayless Highway Baptist Now! A Radio Tnat On
Young Raymond Hess, Mr. and grandparents! Mr. and Mrs. Quincy -I Angier, N. C., were weekend guests Mortician also. I say my husbandis and Rosary. I enjoy playing so Church will have Sunday servicesat Plays
Mrs. F. D. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Rosier on Saturday.Mr. of.Mr. and Mrs..Riley Dixon and a super man for he prepared much and hope I always usual hours: Sunday School

Zane.Brooks, Mr. and Mrs J. H. and Mrs. Hassle Reynoldsof the Edward Lee Masseys. his brother's body for burial and have, a chance to play. can at 10 a. m.; Morning Worship a t
Hundley., Mrs. Ivan H. Hazen, Baldwin were Sunday guestsof Tip Dixon of Palatka spent the conducted his funeral. He has 11:30: a. m.; BTU at 630p. m.;
Mrs. W. H. Williams, Mr. and the Jack Reynolds and Mrs. I weekend with. his cousin. W. E. buried all his( family now. He is Bye now, and God bless you and Evening Worship at 7:30: P. Penlight Batteries pNft
Mrs; Ray Dorman and sons, and Lomie Mosley. Gault Jr. the only one left.'We have burled MOTHER LURA. m. 5tE11

Miss Frankie Wainwright, all of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulersonare Miss Elizabeth Tatum of University five neighbors since' then. They .
Jacksonville: Mr. and Mrs. were near and dear ones We got
Peter the proud grandparents of a of Florida was the week r
Graham and daughters and Mur- granddaughter, Paula Marie, end guest of her parents Mr. and very tired, and of course when SAVE A \ ls ttttttFsS
tine Grantland of Fort White; daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Marklee Mrs. T. W. Tatum. working one has no time to 'weep tkWkIi
,Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Yarbrough Raulerson who are making their and relieve the hurt in one's
Miss Frankie
Walnwrieht_: of__
n chest because of the friend's pass-
Jacksonville visited Misses Joy, ing. We had three bodies here,
-, and Barbara
a I Starling' this week 'and I felt weak and in need of

end.Mr. relief. I told Don I was going out R< l I fU
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STORE HOURS and Mrs. Ernest Raulersonand in the garden to cry. So I 'wen ;

7:30: To 5:00SATURDAY: daughters were in Jacksonville out in my garden and wept and -R I r
THIS WEEKS on Sunday for a visit with I prayed, leaning up against a post e 1* I i1

7:30 To Noon their grandmother, Mrs. Lucinda I I felt better and came in to set
Griffis, and Mr and Mrs. Russell !about my cleaning and other

Tyson.Lt. work. I sometimes think of my

and Mrs. Herbert Hildreth carefree childhood, where ,no \I Ii
and sons and Mrs. Leona Edwards death or sorrow came into my I CA VICTOR
-..-...-' .. Rights nom
nmea Mr. ana Mrs. Bryant happy days on the Indiana farm. Quantity pOD 'pit.
Tucker and family in Fernandina One glorious round of gladness Reserved C Good The
t
ford Tnntkharg Super operates THE TKANSICHAIO SUPER.
over the weekend and while there and the feel of being loved.I 0 stO\l tor, 1" on inexpensive penlight cells All-Irantiiior. p.nenalradio.
they attended the Northeast Florida call to mind part of a poem: -or longer lasting mercury 0. quoiu-In end kcbirg.kbT9 whit.whit,tut-of
: Fair. To fields where healing waters LOW' LOW PRICES Plus ce 11 s. you hear all your two-t.n* bl.... M
Mrs. Johnny Tribula, and Mr flows, favoriteAnd programs in rich ___ & Guaranteed*iMPAC'ecate
and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson of To heights were none have ever : "Golden Throattone.. Plug-in for earphone

'Watch, 'his Space For Specials Buffalo N. Y. are visiting Mr. trod ". '.J. GREEN STAMPSt Printed circuits

and Mrs. Theopolis Reddish ,and Oh blessed Is the heart that Com in for a Always insist on RCA bottoria..fhe..',*
Mrs. A. J. I Demonstration Today radie-.nginctr.d for extra'liiltaing 110"'"
knows
Starling
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Mr. and Mrs. H.,C. Wainwright Love is the path that leads to -=

had as guests during the weekendMr. God. E. Now You Can Own

All-Purpose Outside and Mrs. Jesse Starling of3rtow. I .have been
doing odd jobs about PAK 1.1.b'
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: the house the two days since
Clarence Griffis of 'New York we got all buried. I washed and com Coy RCA VICTOR

City. Isvisiting, his parents, Mr. cleaned the gas stove and boiled
WHITE and Mrs. Mann Griffis. the burners in water with,vinegar
PAINT .Mr. 'and Mrs. Ernest Souther- and soda added. I cleaned the refrigerator SHORt ENING t.b. 69f. .

land of Lake Butler visited the and the cabinet draw- 0 3 as Color TV
\ Rowell Prevatts Sunday. ers. I gave myself a permanent ( tl S ( Big

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\ Mrs. William Wilson and family yesterday. I seem to have a lot of .
with Mildew Resistant had as weekend guests Mrs. curl and Friday I will have it set ------

Jackie Odom Miss Enna Wilson, at the Beauty Shop. Tomorrow at .h

.. Mrs. Mabel Boyette, Tommy Boy- two I go'to have my teeth cleaned See Color
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ette and family and Mrs. Ann ,at the dentist's. t

FULLY Austin and son of Jacksonvile. I love these beautiful ,Autumndays. every night

95 Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Dickersonand It has been quite warm,
family of Jacksonville spentSaturday but today is cool and comfortable. _. this Falll!
; with the Leon Wilker- I put out 100 daffodil bulbs someday TOte
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GUARANTEED sons.Misses lilies and parrot tuliPS; I still PE ( or "-4 New Long-Term Payment Plan-
GAL Vivian and Sherry Redding have 100 tulips"to put out. Theywill C H E: S No. take up to 00 months to payl!
Ji
of Jacksonville spent Sunday be lovely next spring. STpxay
., with Misses Elaine and Max- : HELPFUL HINTS To'clean Cars 25tb4c It's compatible-you get
: aluminum
Paints Roofing m i. pans, boil water with 0 C iffAaul1' I black-and-white shows, tool Moir2ICs7b61.2s/. tq.4drl.w.bhores.

Mrs. Clarence Mosley and family two tablespoons of cream of tartar 4 No.t oo l Dependable-easy to 'tune! @ only/
Lumber:1: Materials of Jacksonville visited her added. If marshmallows are GIMP Carts
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tanner hard. put\ in the refrigerator. r rOIK & ICA Fiow.rW and Dsv.lopc4 1) 495-00
B I Co p *U Color T.levMc .__
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Masonry on Saturday.Mr. .
Rust can be removed by rubbing EARs 8 No.300
Products Water Pumps : and Mrs. C. B. Cannon and with a cut lemon and adding salt, Cons $100'

son ,of Jacksonville, spent the and place in the sun to dry. Mildew OW ___ e

.. Hardware 9 Lawn'Mowers weekend Mattie Henderson.with her mother. Mrs. can be removed the same -- -I _

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way.BAKED
Rev. George Fyfee of BirmIngham CATFISH. Clean a ..

Ala. spent last week with catfish as usual. Leave whole, rub .- jl
the C. W. and T. W. Tatums.Mr. with salt,. and sprinkle with pep -
NO MONEY DOWN and Mrs.- Roy Reddish 'of per. I-lay dabs of butter over fish, l Ar

Webster were weekend guests of place in a glass baking dish, and
his mother Mrs. Mary Reddish. put in the'oven at 325 degrees for

Mrs. C. E. Strickland of Gain about three, hours. Serve in> the HAMSf.
Repair esville was the Friday overnight same dish with cut lemon if
guest of her sister, Miss Elizabeth
liked.Monday
Terry. was Don's birthday. I

Add Rooms Carport ---- Mr. and ,Mrs. J. O. Raulersonsof TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTKINGSLEY" KoIf. '

.. Kissimmee are visiting the 1,. a 49 f.J _________ .
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P. Rafuses and daughter. WboleWuW _____________ ga.'pt
Bath Room
HONOR ROLL LAKE y

,. Following is'the
Honor Roll for s
(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX the awtey school for the first BY. Ma. Moore a

TURES) six-week grading period: A A i
Time To Re-roof 1st Grade Michael Norman -
Regina Gladieuz. Marcella Har- Sorry we 'cHdnt; get any ,news 199.95
... dee Clipper Hague. ]in last week's paper on 'accountof '; RCA Victor Donley. Big; value in

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SPECIAL 2nd Grade'- Connie ,EunIce.Linda sickness: in our faintly ROUNDSTET r table TV. 262 sq.'in. picture. BaU

Craft. Brenda Bennett, The cool weather kept many 'E a4* anced fidelity FM Sound. Pull-push

Darlene Smith Priscilla Tanner people at home this Sunday, also. 1 on-off switch with Stay-Set volume

Stanley Crawford, Andy Padgett, Hear the Homecoming' the third Pound 1St control. Transformer-powered chassis

Steve Rosier.' Sunday was poorly attended because with improved! weak signal reception.
FREE ESTIMATESCALL 3rd Grade Brenda Jones of the weather Perhaps we Tube-saving power surge resistor.

Charles Norman, Wayne Mosel ey: will have better weather now that ,Printed circuits.. Available in 3 finishes.
.
Sharon Tatum Bill Jackson, October is almost-gone. POUnd SIt --- .. -

OR WRITE Shirley Clark Betty Jo Sapp. Mrs. Evelyn Bradley was' delighted Vffff .
Bonnie
Rosier.
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DAY OR ''NIGHT \ 4th Grade Janet Brown, night when and surprised about! 20 Saturday of her POUnd J S9t

Linda Devore, W. E. Gault Jr., friends gave her 'an- unexpected I

04-4201 or WO 4-4211 Jeanette. 5th Grade Griffis.- Larry Gladieux birthday party' at her home. Shewas ServiceWork
It completely, surprised and -
Johnny Tye Budy Bennett, Gertrude
everyone had
a good!, time.
Cruce Ann P dgett. Elizabeth '
Smith. Renee Williams Among our Sunday visitors were

6th Grade Carol Jean Mose- Miss Jane Smith, Mrs. Leonardd -- OlENStrawberries All Guaranteed Free Estimate
f
Moore and
children Oll
ly Elaine Redding, Kathie Jones ,
STARKE BUILERSSUPPLIES Judy Padgett Bonnie Prevatt, Lynn Mrs, L. J. Kite and sons, Fully Equipped Dependable

Gloria Padgett Buna- Wilkerson L.Moore.J. Jr. and John and Mart All Makes and Models'

Mary Wilkerson.
7th Grade Roy Hund1 7. Sorry to hear.that R. L. Smith

INC. Gene King. Carol GladieuX Jnan- was on the sick list.. We hope I he
ita Griffis, Lorraine Priest; Dianne Is feeling OK now. $ SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV

Priest Gwendolyn Tanner DianaVanzant. The Deacons of the church wffl JCS \00

AT S.A.L DEPOT STARKE,'FUL have their.regular monthly meeting 6 C INMAN D. GREEN, Owner
at
8th Grade Ronald ElmbrelLJackie the church Friday, Oct.
Bales. Joan Rafuse. .i 31., at:30: p. DL Hope the TV Radio .- Seat Covers Upholstering
9th Grade Abbie Barley William uspooks".d.don't _
catch
any erf theta
Phone WO 4.6901 ...
j _Patrick, See you next week -Starke, Fla.
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n. Sf.: Mark's Episcopal: BELT CHILDREN FORM dessert." Then the child Wgins I Lee Frazler'. The-'evening address I f Elder George Robinson at 3 p.'I society was organized at RJE with

GOOD EATING hABITSEAL'iIj4LWE i to;think of desserts as scmethingm was delivered by Mrs. Leona Mf[m., night service Elder' S. J.1 I Mrs. For 5, Pierce and Hardrick
Rev. IUrn> cd tIi HacBIaIa : ',important, than all else Royal .teacher of 7th grade at', Strong of starke. On Nov. 3. Elder Taylor .as" sponsors. The member

I Sunday SerVtces-=:'9:45: a.m., f1'om make M can establish good and frequently<< forms the habit RJE: Very fcood.reports were made Sampson. White of Free Caa-:I ship will be composed of students

CHURCH ,NEWS Church School; ,11:00: s.m., Morn- eating habits( inv.children; Starting of wanting large :'quantities often. by all ccunty delegations. Mrs. nan Church of God hi Unity,', from 9th to 12th grades who. can
trig Prayer and Sermon. witb'-the pierschpolers.'Look I Th r TTa-bad habit, hard on* the Marion Dell! captain of Brevard Nov. 4 EIder L. McKay pastorof qualify by making the honor rail

Holy Communion-Fast Bun. at sel'TinganI! pretrath of food youngsters appetite teeth and Ccunty and delegates were the Bethlehem Freewill Bapt. Nov.: for two consecutive semesters.One .
.l ll', day, 11:00a.m..; Third Sunday from th&"pre-sehool. child's point <: cften-weight. It is: reported that in winners reporting '$116.53 which 5 Elder Armstrong win have hundred pupils made the

-., ":30 a.ra. of view ,and, It, Vill be easier, to America more than. 10.,per cent included Sisters Jackson Shell. charge and on Nov. 6, Melvin honor roll for the first period at
'Wedn
jMelhodist Church At The Tabernacle sday7:0OPractice pjn. Choir late positive action about eating i,.ef our' children ,are ,overweight. Leverson and V. Dell. Mother Grace, "The Deacon" and his: RJE in grades 1 to 12. A list of
: ; 7:45: p.nu. Litany and. habits. I Could it be we have made them Sophia Royal general chafrfian ccngregational choir of Jacksonville :i these students will be published

Sunday-Church School for allEges Rev. James Call had charge of j Bible Study. Servings should be small enough: so by making sweets and desserts purchased a lovely corsage and will have charge. Nov. 7th'r will be published next 'week.

: ,. 9:45.: Morning Worship. 11 servicee at the Gospel Tabernacle nlGllLA.N- [even though only one teaspoon, always the prize,'the thing most had it presented to Mrs. Den by Elder E. Lewis' of Church of God I Charter members ef Kappa Lambda -
sough after? Mrs. F. S. Pierce 'who also intro. in' Christ and his congregationwill Sigma who came off probation
t. Youth so a child will
in. Fellowship, "Dine-a- Tuesday night and showed colored BAPTIST CHURCH eat all the food oh
-Mlte" snack supper for the Meth- 0 o slides of the missionary work his plate. The sense .satisfaction What sort of a treat do you duced the guest speaker for the have charge. Nov. 8, ElderL. Monday night are Enoch Allen

icdist Junior- Fellowship and MYF. in Nikki. Dahomey, West Africa, Sunday School 9:45'L' m.Morning and accomplishment a' child gets bring your youngster when you evening. Lovely satin streamers Anderson pastor of Olustee: Alfred Lee Baker. Johnny Jack

.:6 p. m., Worship and business where he and MI'!:. Gail are serv- Worship il a. in. and from finishing goes a long way eome from shopping? Try taking with gold_letters were worn by and his congregation will have son Jimmie Scott, James Diggs
meetings cf the groups. 6:30: p. ing as missionaries.- After spend- (! 7:30 'm. Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m. ing several months at home. they I Wednesd y,.'7:30 p. ,m;.. -:, Key.' habits. ether fruit. They'll enjoy them, which added beauty and color to meet Nov.. 9 at 3 p. m. The evening Mae Williams, Lucille Walker.

-:'ire-ide" for the Senior and plan to return to the field in the GeOrge Chism paatof. Everybody Also remember that children and these fruits are much better the program. 'General Chairman service will close the annh'er-j Mary Helen White, Mildred Aaron -

Intermediate MYF, 8:30: p. m. spring. welcome. become easily bored with mono nutritionally than cookies or can: Sophia Royal wishes to thank all I sary with the Rev. Earl Joan Jenkins., Gertie Jones,

There Is nursery provided for Members of the Tabernacle tony of food- This means var1- dy. The really important, thing to county captains; members, program ''and his gospel singers. All members Rosa Lee Moore, Jessie Franklin,

children between ages of'4 andJJO. group are glad to hear that the CHURCH OF CHRISTC. l iety is important. Variety in food the child is.that IK is remembered participants, guest speakersand churches and community Helen :Bright and Dorothy Mae

: Our morning worship thi.Suiy. 5ponsor J. T. Quigley, has returned L. Overturf lr;: Minister and 'food combination, color and and anything will seem special.So all persons who helped to I friends are invited to attend Williams.
why not help make good food make this the biggest and bestWcmen's these the
services. Don't forget
will be' broadcast for the hcme from the Gainesville ** *r *d 0 texture will keep a child's interest Shaw will at
Sunday Sunday School 10' and enthUSiasm for' habits for him,too. I I Day in the church re- contest now going on. Vote for Johnny appear
:full noun aver station WRGR. and is steadily improving. fOOd high.
You fare cordially invited "to I, hospital. a. m., morning service, 11 a. m.,' Parents have a responsibility Youngsters like finger-foods cently. "You did a splendid job your favorite contestant. Sis W. RJE Wednesday Nov. 5, at 8 p.
evening service, 6:30: p. m. and with your' help we raised a Sponsoied by the 5th and 12th
'worship 'with In setting a good\: example. All particularly that is, foods they Strong, reporter. m.
Usj4BIBLE Presbyterian Church ....
: Bible 7:30
Wednesday total of
study children should make a concentrated can pick: up ,,and eat in their $875.25 for all services Honor, Society Organized classes taught by E. W. Thomp-

f P I Fifa-Ad'u1t Choir practice i 8 p. m. effort to learn to eat'most fingers. They also like foods ':with and" activities throughout the Kappa Lambda Sigma honor kins and F. F Pierce.
day. Joan
Jenkins
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foods :but when' parents refuse noticeable texture such as raw reporter.
VERSE n m. I LAWTEY CHtRCft OF CHRIST; Allen Chapel DIE Church -
foods children learn to do the fruits and vegetables, crackers o
Sunday Church School for ProtitslnSiaike'
the
1 same. dry! toast-choose foods that give Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church Shore -
all ages 9:45: a. Morning Worship (presently meeting In City Hall
Children also learn : them Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will
sermon by Rev. Oliver Carmichael Sunday-Bible' study-10 -a. m..1 from other some exercise In chewing.
!! ? the importance of- certain ,Since children have sensitive observe the first communion in
of JacKsonville": II a. m. vroranip, ,11J a. m.EveningYoung: I
i Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. : people's Bible" kinds of foods. Children are, not palates, they enjoy foods servedat the conference year starting1 with
7 :3G. particulaily interested-in desserts room temperature seasoned Sunday School at 10 a. m. Supt.
study, ; preaehing, ,
Tuesday-Deacons meetifag 7::30 =
Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30p. until their parent say "Eat all with a, moderate amount ot Irene Thomas in charge, love
p. m. in church office.
m. your food. or you can't have,anyyyvvvyvvvvyyyvyyyyyyyvyyvyyyyyyyyvyvyyyyyyvvvvyvy:seasonings including salt]. Feast at 11 a. m. communion at
i 6 p. m. Junior Church will meet
CHURCH 6V fcrOD Radio riogiamStat1 D.
each Tuesday at 5 May Lois
p. m.
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- WRGR, Msiiday, 6:3p a. to.

That thou mayest lore the ing Worship! 11 a, m. Sunday NEWS OF .INTEREST' TO COLORED rally Morris was president. The trustee .. FRL SAT. OCT. 31 NOV. 1 .
successful. All ,
very ,
HElLBRONN ART
LORD thy God, and that thou :Evening' Service. 7:45 YPB : lUO:' :
mayest obey his voice, and that p. ra.i BAPTIST CHUBCtt CITIZENS.,. OF. BRADFORD COUNTY leaders and the chairman madea
thou mayest cleave unto him: for Service 'Wednesday 7:45: p. m. 1 Ozora' ,'J Shell very fine report. Total raised
By ;
he is thyhfc Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45 p. m. Sunday SchOOl, 10 a. m. Horning was $466.70. Principal Eddie Piece Living Room Group
DEU1. 36:2()
LAWTCT ... & .1&. & &&& & L & .l 1 A & AA1 A AA A A aaaa.__. _. _A _. Tfi
Warship; 11 nn Evening ----------------------------------- thins, chairman of the
) Sunday School- 10 a. m. Morning Worship 7:30 p. m. Training AnxitiarV board of trustees wishes to thankall
No. 314 thanks
"were
Worship, 11 a.. In. YPE Serv- given by Principal l 1-Couch
MidWeek
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6:30 '
Union (Sundays) : pin. Officers;' members and friendsfor
Sunday School 9:45 AM The-American Legion AuxiliaryNo. Taylor refreshments
lee Saturday 7:30: p. at.HIWAY and dis
WWnes-
Prayer Meeting; 314 of Starke twill hold regular i missal. Christine 'Clark, reporter. making this a successful day.
Morning: Worship 11 AM CHAPEL day '1:30 p.m. meetinr on.,Sunday Nov. 2. at 2 'Fair Exhibit Sis. E. J. Givens, reporter.. 1--Platform Rocker

Union 6:45'PM' ASSEMBLY OF GODG. GRAHAM p.m-in room 9 of RJE. PresidentL. The 'exhibits on display now at "Mount Moriah Methodist' Church
Training
M. Osborne ,Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH! M. Royal is asking all members -: the Bradford County Fair have 'MountMoriah: Methodist

Eve. Worship 7:30. P.M.Madison Sunday School 10 u'm. Morn to be present and on time as i received high praise from the Church Rev. H. J. Blount pastor 1..TV Chair

I II tag Worship 11 a. m. Evangelistic Sunday school, 18 a, m. Morn* business ef vital importance must citizens cf Starke. Principal Ed- held regular service all day Sun- *

I Service 7:45 p. ra. Thursday Ing-tWorship, Ii at m.. Training be transacted. All members of,the die Thompkins is to be complimented day starting with Church Schoolat
weekly prayer aervice. Invita- Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening -Worship unit will be1 admitted ta the Brad- I as 'general chairman 'for 10) a. m. Assistant Supt. Lula 2.Step End Tables

Street tion extended to everyone. 7:30 p. nu- .;:".Bev W.r 0 ford County Fair free if :they I the very fine cooperation he has M. Jones in charge, morning worship -

Collins Sr., pastor present the 1958-59 membershipcards. received from all the other principals at 11 a. m. Evening worshipat 1-Coffee Table
K1NGSLC7 LAKE' The county fair is spon- and teachers of the countr 6 p. ra. The church worship

.Baptist Church MISSIONARY BAPTIST, 4NORtH SIDE soied by the American Legion Many red white, and blue ribbons ped with New Bethel after service '

SU.c1ayScAl: ( 9:43'Jun.: 'MornIng BAPTIST CHUltCHSundaV Pest of Starke and this- courtesyis have Been awarded the various and enjoyed i Very inspiring 2-Table Lamps

TTtrshlp! 11 am. Evening School extended to members of our ; specimen. We are asking all address from our former layleader -
Service 7:30 'p.m. Prayer Meetiaf. io a': ra. Homing unit, also- .President Royal is asking cf the ,parents to.gO and inspectthe ,' Sister- M. Royal. We 'are

J. H, Mabry, Jr., Pastor each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. EVeryone :'Worship,' ,11 a. m. Training ,all members 'to use their articles made by the children always glad to have visitors, con-

welcome.-Kev. .H- K Mott, !TTnion 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship cards and. see .the educational exhibits and sonie of the patrons.' We 'appreciate sider this as your church when 95
7:30 ftr. Prayet Mettirtj
pastor : p. as well as'enjoy the show. the privilege as well as you are away from home. We
b _ _ _ _ Wednesday: fr30-T). m. Everyone. Fiesta Social Club the responsibility to share what were pleased to have Mr. and
Gerald ,
welcome.-Rev. Suggs pastor
The regular meeting of the we' have made' with the titizens Mrs. C Battle.with,us. All members -

FIRST BAPTIST Church. Starke a Fiesta Club wiir&fe, held aK!:the of Bradford County and visitors are, asked to attend class .

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH home of the president. Clarence! who may chance to see them;Today meeting each Tuesday night and
"Buster" DeSue Friday night at was the special day for oar prayer meeting each Thursday
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor n LawteyA. t t.> m. All members are asfctd to children with reduced rides and night Bro. Obey DeSue in charge. SOLD ON EASY TERMS

Jefferson -and Court Streets In ihe Heart of Town E. Slassey Pastor please be present. A report of interest free admission. Parents may come Vera Coieman. reporter. No
Bible schdol, \9 a. nu to you will be made aft this out an.y evening and bring ,the First Born Church of the Living Carrying Charge
Phones: Office 234 Pastorium 130 Preaching 11 a, IlL meeting. Mrs. 'Gtona Graham.. children. The last day will be God

Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. Secretary Mrs: Ethel Young; re- Saturday. Nov. 1. Members of First Born Church of the Living WE GIVE S&H GftEEN STAMPS -
SUNDAY,SERMONS 11:00 AJVL- 7:30 P.M. Bible Study and Prayer MeetIng porter. '' Post 314 and American Legion j God, Elder Flax Howard pastor -

'Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 PM. 7:30 p ra., Wednesday. '' La Belle Club Auxiliary 314 will be admitted will observe the third 'anniversary -
Radio program 8 M8:30 a The LA Belle Club of Hawthorne free if they show membership of the paster starting HART FURNITURE CO

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. m. each suMay over station worshipped; at Ml. ,Zion cards for identification.Adult Sunday Nov, 2 and will extend .. ,
WRCai Starke. .,,, Ail' K, Church on Sunday. Oct. Education through Nov. 9. Services on Nov. "

A FRIENDLY WELCOME A AWAITS YOU 26 and made a presentation" in&sh Benson Lough. and 2 will be conducted by Elder C. 123 E. Call St. STARKE, FLORIDA

HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH to._ the church for charity. West have said that "Educationis R. Smith and congregation and
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH \ The Stark"e"'ntemlier\ is Mrs. Beu- the production of' useful
.
,
emmennla11ndamental lah J. Lennon teacher of first changes in' the indivdual".. Surely

Missionary, Seven miles south of grade at RJE and Mrs.- Mable there is something additionalwe

brfhe Starke on Hwy< 108Mer Pack- Lee also teacher of first grade. can all learn io make 'us more
,perfect tribute to ( \ ham, pastor. Othefc members present included: useful and better citizens. Alexander -

a) cherished memory Sunday School. 10 a, m, Worm Kirs. Evelyn Jenkins, president; \Pope has said, "A little learning I S SOUTHERN( INSTITUTION
l i p shift II a. tIt.;: -Ti' 1 i irig'Union., 7 Margery S., Johnson, vice-presi is a dangerous thing." Let us <

Every funeral that we"! conduct p. m., Evening Worship, 8 p. ra. dent Genevieve j, St ele. treasurer not be dangerous by enrolling in
L Wednesday Prayer meeting ; DoreasexGooding, chaplain; one or more 'of the classes at RJE
is a source of sustaining'
7:3O.m. I t' Umtei. Geodihg, "business manager during this term. The classes are ;i.
I
and spiritual l inspiration 'ii'solace Everyone welcomes. ; Mable Lee, secretary; Minnie continuous and persons can enroll -

to the family. l| : GMfcClain.,! and ''Helen Terrell. at any time: Only a small fee
J
... St. Edward's ,CaUt,Hc Chnrth Mrt. A. G. Moffett; teacher of of $2' per course is asked to hel
Hundreds of details are managed ami economically -' t Sfetk; FtoncLr't, V second grade at RJE expressedher with fuel and lights. Classes meet

a tended/'to that only a trained and careful .. personae u well- as the each Monday, Tuesday. Thursday
organization can perform when the' urgent ned Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. churchs' appreciation for the and Friday at RJE and on Wed

'Y rs t\.t g &at hand.DeWITT Holyday Masses at8:38'a.: nV. & very fine contribution made by nesday night at' Jenkins Element
5:30: p. in. v .. v this group in attendance and tary"from 7 7 to 10 p. m. '

C. JONES Weekday MaSs at 8:00: a. m. finance. Ofd Citizen Dte

blRECTOR Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 RJE Seftoot News r. ;Mrs.'Chilrlotte Moore died at ..
FUNERAL AMBULANCE SERVICE P. m. 6 ,The 'PTAvof, RJE high schoool her home on Florida St. Saturday

PHONES: WO 4.2600"0 4.2610 Baptisms marriages and. instructiora wffl'meet -at the school on Wed- morning after a lingering illness

We furnish the'hlghesf type' service at lowest prices, and accept Bappointment... nesday Nov. 5 at 8 p. m. President She is known by her friends and ,

ANY life insurance policy In force, Issue by ANY company, 'as { Levy Lennon making a neighbors as "Spicey". Hughes-

payment In part or m full da funeral services.: Consultation PENTECOSTAL HOHNES9t .special request that all parents Chestnut is in charge of funeral '
carries no obligation. CHUKCB c,,; patrohfe ant! friends be present at arrangements which will be aft -

Sunday School, rir ar. nt.; !Mdrn this' meeting.: This organizationhas nounced later. She leaves to kA'
I i as its.. main purpose; a&sist- mourn her loss two devoted

r Ing Worship services, 11 7:30 t.m.r p. ?n:.Etangelistic -. -. ing in building iip the program daughters ,and two sons and a '$ 'fl'r'C( 1'

: ef ther school. We have tame a host of other relatives and 4
Wednesday
Prayer Meeting
ThereSIN.oJight Afterward ..0 7:30: pJn2. long way but w&still have a long friends,
a. way to gd and can do this only Medical SeparationAdorpH .

with.. --_ .vnnr. ___ _hpln n_... Thp_u_ crhitnT_u_.... ,.iti aw._ PhBlIps; husband of Annette ;'
I AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH_ zens of today will make up our Bryant.Phillips..has recently 'Wi 'ic&

I --d.- M* citizenry of'tomorrow. Ut us do received aft hOnorable" medical \!
Stoday School 9:45: a. m.: MornIng our pAtl to help make them good discharge from the U S. Air "t'kid1,4 .
'
: Worship 11 a. m. Training citizens. We hope that at least 50 Force. He has been hospitalizedin tjp

Union-6:45 p. m.. Ev ml' Wor- per cent of, the nearly sob patrons Washington, 15. (J. for many I I
t ship. 7:30 p. m. SOdwetfc Prayer and parents of RJE will attend months there he was separated. .
:
Service Wednesday 7:30 p.* m.', ;this ,meeting.. The- president. isaIing from the service last week. He has OF the South .
'M alT committee chairmen to mare 10 of : )
Everyone,welcome. than years distinguished '
'- # meet Nb'.;. J at '7:30 service in the TJSAAP and
; / on, Monday : ,
;i:; 1J" \ ; : r CHURCH OF JESUS CHEIST.IATIY.R p. ,to: Ta thee mtetori ni I so that has received many medals and BYthe South '

DAY SAINTS you may maket! ydur"progress're- hor/ors.: 'He and his family have ; '. ,
t -I :1 ports: -Prbglam, Hardrict Tay- visited the Orlando Base 'since I
Services' each Sundaf In old lor; Budget Rev. Ii. i:.. Bright; his release aM plan to leave soon : FOR. the South -: r'THis 4;"
Masonic Hall in
E. Call St. Sun- Social Mrs. Pauline ,Marshall; for Illinois' to visit his parents -" 'io

day School 1ft a. m. Sacrament Membership. Mrs. 'Ethel Young; there. He will seek civilian employment ,, (.;..... -
Service I::3G p" m. Everyone wel. Ways and Means Ralph Wflliams, at' ones of' the airforce 4 ,
come. v Wf COMPANY is a Southern institution inall We appreciate your confidence which ha
Eddie Th mpklns! pridcipal\ L., bases in the USA. '
r Lennon, pre$ deat, M. B! Wheeler, fourth News that this name implici: rewarded our products with sales leadership.
WHEN YOU PAY ,BYtCHECK HAHPTONcmustI.t reporter.** "" New BrthM Baptist Church Of the South-because two-thirds of the It is reflected by our confidence in the future

'-- cHUB.cnt Hampton School New Bethel Baptist Church Company:: : dividends are,paid to more than of the South.

t t Christian Eudeavor Friday ?.! Tuesday, Oct. 21 the Hampton Rev. A. B. Vinsoh, pastor held 14,000 of 'its'stockholders living in the five During 1957 for instance, our expenditures -
Your cancelled check proves payment., No time p. In." Bible Study Wednesdays Training School held PTA meeting their annual Women's Day last Southern States we serve; in Alabama Florida Georgia Kcn-

I'I I;st poyng"biIIs in person. No hold-up risks due 7:30 p{ m. Sunday Morning ,Worship ; *,at which': tim!- Jack 'Tr wick Sunday. The program started By the South-because- directors tucly and' Mississippi for addftionaf real
addressed our officers, -
n a._m.t 'Ei&,Woi9aiA the group. He praised' with ,Sunday School at 9:30 a. estate, buildings and facilities enlargement -
;; 7:30 m.. Bible the principal for having such I Sister Pauline Marshall acting ,,division managers and the majority of
m.
(10 carrying excess cash. Simple, convenient, p. School 10 a. in:: repair and maintenance of present
at, large attendance t>f { wpils al this Supt. At 11 a. m. music was "l7UI' personnel, arc all.Southern men;
I .. I plants I and equipment and all expense
I business-like. We invite you to open a checking NEW ETVKR the t1n'&' and promised to' bring rendered by choir No. I., Sister For- the South" --because all of our plants, of operation, including payrolls, licenses tndtenmnals.
BAPTIST dOJRCHvf them a free movie on Tuesday, Lottie English in charge. Devotions -
sirvice
stations 'and
other
Ii account. i : proper- taxes (excluding federal ,income tax)-
ttov. 18. Several -
led ty Sisters Evelena
Disheyland
were
Suflday hojO' '.. %Tor Health 'Cartoons"will be shown.. Wilson and Truely! Allen. The 'ties_are located in! the five Southern states.' amounted to over $50,000JX0.00We' sand
hip fcour 11 a. m. Ev mdl nteev* !Phe fDllowtng.officers were elected morning address was delivered by *bowa on.the map abovdL Gut money'where we male It, in the South

.x, V p. m. Prayer Ma tmg eaatfedntsday. for this term: 'Mrs.* TrudieDurham Mrs. Irene C, Jelson. teacher of -- j

j .FLORIDA Bank 9 7:3pa. n. ..,president: Robert fiulli- Special Education at, RJE and I STANDARD- OIL COMPANY .1
van. vice president: Mrs. Lydia Jenkins Elementary. At 3 p. m .: i
J.. One of 21 Banks Ia' .t Stark EVERGREENBAPTIST : I .
deSW Pittman CK&NTUCKYI)
Young
E secretary Mrs. the Peoples DePartment
j the Florida National CHURCH:
"
Alberta
Pitttnan treasurer: presented a'program' conductedby
I Group Sunday School 10 aTm. PreachIng Christine Clarke reporter, and L Sister Lena Tiramons. fAt"7 p.. K. G. DUNCAN AGENT :
I 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. .
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Mrs.. MelloneaV TaylOT. 'advisor. flu sans servi e-'vas provided by: ,
nr. 7:3 '
Preaching ; ra. Prayer The officers were installed bv ihft Choir.dwttons 'were led' by: Starke, Florida Phone

Jdtettnr.Weliaesd&V4:30; p'.a-- Supervisor Shell, re&arfcs and.L Sisters Minni*,SnK r anC Mry .Wa-.4- -".. -. WO-41521rACE -.- .



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THURSDAYOCTOBER 89.! '1958 BBADFOBO CO I'M'If' 'TELEG&AFH! STAEKE. "FLORIDAf
Ftf"F --m.
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!: 'v1iitil..m.mmlIE I I'vey our sons_ and'myself. ..vvtfvvv. T yTtt. "" ( -, --- -
Don't materials that may be used.},and' lie the crtsinal in the office of weeks .In the Bradford! .' iiitrDated "sireRrai&
forget the I big WMU- -
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or
Grcund limestone is used 1
R-ON'N ',:er erhood-G. A. Meet at Hett- STATEFARM widely tit tore' the Ufa 22 day if O'toWr,
for liming soils. It contains 24 of
chief- clay November lest: ISiS.:
bronn,Church j
tonight. Mrs. R. L.
'
:.. t 'otlienvbni the allegations of said OFFICIAL
-',' j -"' + ly calcium carbonate or calcium ; ( SEAL)
I Morgan, WMU President tiompl&iut will be taken confessed
E. S. as Charles A. DarbyClem
!67 Mrs. Harvey McCarthy By Sirs. 0. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ,. xn.. and magnesium carbonate. If the I| ed by you. '
Brotherhood of the Circuit
Summers President Court
1 -
aa.- ity'a
t\.&.&.&t..&.&.&.&.&.&.&;.&..&.&.&.&.&..uu. and Miss Linda Gaskins 0. I 0. ? ; limestone contains almost as much This notice week snail be published By. Marian, L. ,Crosby.- Trinity Cleric
t magnesium carbonate calcium race each for four consecutive 10--2S' 4r \lltThat's
"' ti as
A Leader urges all ladies, -
.Hello Everbody ,and a very and men Mr. and Mrs. Albert Greene andchildren carbonate, it is called dolomitic
pleasant day to each of you. young girls to be ,present. ,visited friends in Lake limestone.: Because of its magnes- Our Business
Come and
bring pit
.t.Very glad to report that Mrs.Charlie someone with City and Wilson Springs during. : i iI ium content dolcmite or dolomitic
)If( It's Glass
We Have
IU!
Burnett has returned to you.Remember the weekend. limestone is preferred on soils deficient -
h'fr home after spending several too, you and your Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cooper en- i itY! ;i:,_ t in this plant nutrient. CALL WRITE or VISIT
:
days In the Bradford County Hos family and friends are always There is also less
joyed a picnic at Wilson Springs danger of overliming
welcome at l
pital.. Heilbronn services Sunday: with this material, because Joe Peters Glass Co.
i Gocd preaching and singing every :t i the
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reddish visite as acidity is decreased, the
,Mrs. A. J. .
Green who has been
f ,Sunday morning and evening and
W.'Bond Sunday.,Mr. Bond rate of its solution is much slower
e NEED
$ I prayer meeting every Wednesday spending several months,with her FOR ANY GLASS
is, a patient in St. Lutes Hcspital; evening. daughter, Mrs. Roy Cooper, Is rte ns stone.than that of high calcium lime- We Design Modern Store Front*

in Jackscnville. spending some time with her s- Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Elementary PTA will meet in
,Mrs., Delories Carmichael; cf daughter, and son-in-law ,,Mr. Each of these materials will cor-
Jackson ,visited with hcf>{ parents. the" Elementary Cafeteria Tuesday and Mrs. L. J. Smith'in Staten- rect the soil acidity and supply Table Tops
liar and Mrs. Milton Rosier, evening .at 7:30 p. m. Come' yule, Ga. calcium for the plants. Therefore, I 1313, N.W. 4th PI Gainesville., Fla. Phone FR._24353
and other relatives and friends to this meeting, your presence and the choice cf material will haveto
: Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Crews and
will
support mean a tot of Princi-
over the weekend. depend on other factors suchas -
pal Nolin, the faculty and your daughter of Montgomery,: Ala. cost,
Everyone enjoyed the Ham spent the weekend with his availability the amount
Hdlbronn child. I parents needed and its content of OPEN IN S1 ARKEFlorida's
burg7 Supper at Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews.Other plant NOW
Miss Delvene Morgan was week nutrients other than
calcium.
blur h last Wednesday night.
visitors of the Crews Halloween Contest Winners
were
After, the. delicious supper regular end. guest fit,.Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mr., and 11 rs. Charles Snyder of Cost, of course, is the most important I Greatest Paint Buy!
Morgan and family.
prayer meeting was held with single factor in
Jacksonville choosing
and Mr. and Mrs.
Colorful costume winners at Harden. Brant Turner
[I
four Your old reporter definitely | and Peggy a liming
preaching offered by one can material.
good Malette Hale and baby of Lake the annual state farm Community Thomas. These They are almost -
verify that, our Herida is a pret- were just a always
Tjisitors.Thursday Butler, who were supper guestSon Club Hallowee'n Carnival last few of'the striking costumes relatively cheap at FREE PAINTWith
njgh( of last week we ty State. Sunday, Hap ey, our Saturday.Mr. don? the source of supply. It is usually
Saturday night were [left to ned by State Farm youngstersto each quart or gallon of paint you buy
foUn4) a lot of our folks enjoying sons Richard and Wayne and I transportation and spreading cost
and,,Mrs. H. B. Keljjr\} and right] Bryan Erwin, Debbie celebrate the annual
chickp and rice with all thetrjrmylngs went on a sightt-seeing water children of Gainesville event. that cause the total cost to go -we give you a quart or gallon FREE!
attended
at Evergreen Church. cruise as guests of Mr. and Mrs. up and also to vary in different i WHY ?
Those attending were Mr. and Jimmie Gaskins and daughters, church at ,Bayless HighwayJ Sun- Sunday with her parents. Mr. and i vile I Sunday. localities. "

Mrs. ,Emia Johns and..grandsons,, Jackie and Diane .in thejr} lovely O.day E.and were dinner guests of the Mrs.- L. W. Murphy. || Thought for the week-We are NOTICE Because We Eliminate the Middle Man's

Ronnie Kimbrell and Sonnie Hen- boat. We started at the.Oklawaha Crosbys. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Crosby and I'I to do nothing through selfishnessbut In Circuit Court TO, Bradford DEFKXD County, Profit!
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Friemuth and children visited her parents. Mr. think of others before Florida: ID ChanceryCase
son, Mrt and[Mrs,..J Darby;? Qaskins, #tiyer'traveling to rSiW. .Rive our-
children of Germantown spent and Mrs. Joe Greene in Gaines-l|I selves. Xo. J!-65>
Mr. and ISn. vJimmie Lee and which leads.to Silver Springs We Marcell Lewis. Plaintiff, \s. Flora Price on our Paint starts at
chIldretnldrand-Mira.; ,, ;Bill Green: enjoyed cruising along the wind- way. Of course beautiful Silver guests were their son, Mr. and Lime Acid Allen Lewis DE'f..ndantNOTICF.
] Soils TO APPEAR $2.00 A Quart $5.98 A GallonS
and c jteLBonder and.Rar- ing rivers and
piC'1tloi'1i.a1ongJhe; Springs can't be described with Mrs. Morris Johns and family of To: Flora Allen Lewis, whose resi-
mere words see1Jig'the fish For Maximum Return dence and address is
and Jacksonville. : Tnkown
I II feeding the monkeys. The monkeys -i Very glad to report that suit You are for hereby divorce notified. that a MARY CARTER PAINT STORE

: : 11 ; are darling, ,swinging in the R. W. Bond returned to his home j I I County Agent Says"Are has above been filed against you in the

ftftlEBM: F trees along the river, it makes you Monday
; fee}.as ,if you are in Tarzan pic- Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville, type ,of farmer who wants; your plaint answer on the or pleading to the ropy com of STARKE, FLORIDA
I ture show, I may add though. if Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Plaintiff
Attorney
the largest return possible for B. R. Burnsed, Macclenny.
YOU go down there be sure you Cornelius Mcore and. family were Florida
II I i !Kt l i'/.V.V'r-.V-iii" "/ V"-- have, enough bananas for all the Mrs. Mooie's brother, Jack Judd every dollar you put" into your Jl.r
agricultural business?
ruoronf or LIFE of asks County -
your monkeys. Our banana supply gave and his lovely German bride. Mr.
'- ,out soon.',and .yoU;; should haveheard and Mrs. Judd have just returned Agent G. T. Huggins.
car' at No 'Extra'Cosi : the ,fuss one of those little from Germany. Mr. Judd is in the "If you are, you will have your Call The Fuel Oil
soil tested to find if it needs lime,
1I i fellow,putup. No kidding, if you Armed Forces stationed now in
1j :should get the opportunity to the; States. Also visiting were Mr. and then apply the recommended

j |,y ." ; I r make the trip- be sure and go, and Mrs. Boudreaux of Indian amount.
I Why waste money on a new muffler every few years you won't' be sorry: River City.Warren Dr. Herman Breland of the No. WO 4-9711

i without} 'this; '- i Mr. and Mrs.. Freeman Crosby Johns, Edwin Mosley Florida Agricultural Experiment
guarantee Stop in and let install
today us and Mrs. Crosby's mother, Mrs. and Monrce Gaskins spent the' Station declares that of all the

::1 one' of'the "Life'of Your Car"' Mufflers.\ Carmichael left.last Thursday fora. weekend in Tallahassee.Mrs. agricultural practices available

.,visit with MrfJ; and Mrs. LeRoy E. L. Cox was hostess to| today, there is none that will give
Carmichael ,and family and Mr. a lovely Birthday Supper Satur- a greater return per dollar in- KeroseneBI
I THI S**}iWfLT; THE SAME PRICE' OP ANY' and ,,Mrs,, Archie Carmichael and day evening given in honor of her vested than liming the soil-when HeatingDURING
> % < : daughter of West Palm Beach. daughter. Marilyn and her son, needed. Using lime to supply
ORIflliURY MUFFLER WITH A WRITTEN GUAR- Keith Reddish visited with Pearson. Both are students of available calcium [and magnesium
friends in Jacksonville Sunday. the University. Enjoying this when dolomite is used] has THE 1958-59 WINTER SEASON
; ANTEE FOR THE LIFE OF YOUR CAR! Mrs. E. LCox attended the Callahan happy occasion were two friends 1ong been regarded as one of the
.'1 Fair in Callahan with Miss Earl Norman and Miss Donna basic principles of good soil man- YOUR TANK WILL BE CHECKED REGULARLYAND
Ross and Mrs. Ann Green. Wed- Zack. After the supper Mr and agement. The value of lime has
If It Goes, Bad You Get A New One :nesday of last week. I Mrs. Jack Judd visited with the| been pointed out in numerous experimental FILLED AS NEEDED
i Mrs. Marvin Moore Mr. and Cox family. results.
AT NO COST! I Mrs. Leonard Sapp. Miss Flora I! Billy Moore, son of Mr. and Huggins says the amount of CALL US TO-DAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATIONJEROME
Sapp and George Dobson. all of! Mrs. Cornelius Moore, will leave lime to apply and the frequency
ij I Jacksonville and Mrs. John Simmons today for Lachland Air Force Base ',f application depends on the ,
and son were dinner guests: in Texas. We will miss Billy and :rep: and the type of soil..In general JOHNS OIL CO

i4 DCDD'S SUNOCO SERVICE of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Moore will be looking forward to seeing : more lime is required torow
!
Sunday of last week. him when he comes home on leave ? legumes than other crops,I B6 YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS 66 JOBBER
j 452 N. Temple Ace Phone WO 4-7911 Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Johns's as an Air Cadet. Good Luck Billy, !and it will take more lime on

J iYF vim., _. weekend guest was their' daughter -', we.ar proud of you: ,. ... heavy than on light soils. phone. W.Q 4:9711 743 South Walnut St.f .
r ( t .
.
4 Mrs. LOis'HenSon of Jack Very sorry to report that Miss! There are a number!ofi"liming -<

.I sonville. Their Sunday dinner Connie Clemens, daughter of Mr.
_.
I
- and Mrs. Roy Clemons is still "ill

in Bradford County tI9'pital.l

Shore the Profits in Starke t Please Let us pray remember in her behalf.also to pravfor I g f r ark ,

Mrs. Milton Rosier who is '
';
still at home and for anyone else -i r f ;x

TfflI : Th Dt that is in sickness or pain. S S 1

Guess that's about all, Mav the ivy -. S .
h I 1 Good Lord watch over and bless -. rs
you and yours always .bye now.

S. ,,. 4 .

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I SERVICE MEN f fhas

.p nM >f ls.
II i

Marine Pvt. William D. Clark,

FRI SAT OCt 31 NOV j JA .SONVILUEPRICES son of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Clark of TP

N Hampton, graduated Oct.,13 from ; 'J > 1 1d
an intensive four-week infantry

training course at Camp Lejeune,,
'N.' C.'During this period'he' an '

PIECE HAIRCUT -W-ARM CLOCKS 295 his fellow_ Marine lived primarily 1 ,,

t .METHOD in the field and took part in bivouacs ..

1 marches, and muscle. c i. .ti

az: StationelJ HALF PIU E building exercises.. "

Ronald,, M. Jackson aviation '
ordnanceman 3-c, USN, son of $ -. "
t ,14% :
Mrs. Wanda O. Douberly of Route .
PL Vacuum Bottles 0
98c 1, Lawtey, recently took part:"in t
_
"
; t .;> a First Fleet Striking Force exercise -: ash / .v
r ." .
off the coast of' Southern
Household California. He is serving with Air
itt.It 0 6 "'-Guts sl A UBubmarineSciuad 1>n 37. The AiaY
ALUMINUM F [ 25c
exercise included training in the
} \ use ,of guided missiles.
-

NOW ONLY .95 I'I''p t. -Rubbing- Alcohol 19c.Kell Samuel M. Mott see, boatswain'smate k A\

Cuts All. f $ S..SAVITUK 1-c, USN, son of Mr. and a

Styles .piyS'orit$ fa fan kirnH"BUTCH" Mr$. S.. M. Mott of Brookef, also

.3 sP ct diao asides Flash I ;,; no A"FLAT..TOr cise.took part These in the operations First Fleetexer serve to

; .1IstnKfioInl WJOC; -
1lairCltfUIIIIS, ; ; keep ships of the First Fleet in'a
or Regular .gmmteedtoafcllyMr! WITH BATTERIES high state .of combat, r.eadinesspreparatory f:MWWsi3 ,

I to deployment to the

Seventh Fleet In the Western.

% Price on SCOTCH COOLERS 69 N C CANNON P clfic. i ,." ..

I .Sgt. Wm..R. Brookins of Hampton .
-- ASSORTED-LO TOWELS has reported for duty at the
Marine ColPS Auxiliary' !Air Sta

will tion be in Beaufort assigned, to S. lIe C. where quarters he TALL TIMBER. A SPLASH AND A SHOT .

Three Pharmacists to serve you day and night in Squadron.Sgt. .

4-4401 Brookins is a graduate ofBBS.
for
our Prescription Department. Call WO
<. i and entered the service/in Southern woodlands mean so much more to us than a supply of basic raw
Free June 1955. 'His last duty stationwas'
Delivery.
c, -with'Marine i 'Corps HadquarV materials: Tall timber, properly managed, means continuing shelter and .. '

r ers in' Washington- ,>D." C. food for wildlife-good hunting for years ahead. It also means that forest ,
\, Get The EST For LESS.qt .84..DavisS..Brannep, whose ,
i .
watersheds will feed their runoff
I wife Margaret lives on Route I, water into streams and lakes where the' ,

; t Starke,_recently participated ;a ,:, big ones drift. -
KOCH'SDRUG field training exercise 'with the .j

3rd'Inf. Div near Hohenfeb, Ger That's jchywe.manage our land ,to benefit hunters, fishermen and
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many. 'A member t'Co..A ofdiylsion's the :
I" conservationists alike-land where wild | is '
.e -" to 7th Inf., Sgt. 'Brannen '. ame increasing along with _. .

STORE" FOR :!. has'been- in- :Germany !since-last. ,- -. the supply of pulpwood. J..
I '
April. He attended Union County T


t- FREE TRUCK DELIVERY PH. WO 4-4401 : lIigh.&hool"THE EIGHT rOCST ior the, .. :,7" Container Corporation of America Ma -.

way you write. Come la and seJect -
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PAT.P-- _T\\'Et\'E __BRADFOR6 COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE... FLORIDA ...nrn n.,...... ....,........___ __ Uu
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BREEDING -- -=
KEEP HERD
PROPERLY NOURISHED .
FOR BIG'CALF CROPS .

Florida cattlemen who want a
high, percentage of the cows in
the breeding herds to drop calves
each ycar.-and contribute to the IIOME FOOTBALL GAME I
profits of the cattle operation
will _keep their breeding herds
properly fed says Dr. A. C. War-
nick, associate animal husbandman -
with the Florida Agricultural
.a d


crop Experiment"Florida's may be Station.lew due to percentage a low planeof calf ; Y r BHS LAKE I

their'nutrition early years,of ,the" he cows says.during S V5. CljTY *

Dr, Warnich has been making ,


heifers fail pregnancy and to culling and breed.examinations cows those"Proper for females several culling of years that beef increases \ YA'tea." Bradford Park Fri., Oct. 31, 8 P. M. I

the percentage calf crop
a rancher obtains from his breed- I
Ing herd" he'adds. Home Games Qut-Of-Town Games
In pregnancy examinations of

nearly 12,000 cattle on ranches ., :..,, t. f, September 19 Macclenny 6 BHS 14 September 26 Bolles 7
and in the Agricultural Experi- BHS 13
ment Station herds he has found October 16..
6
S Perry BHS 13
.
that dry cows show a consider- I 7BH S 20
ably higher percentage of pregn- 4 October 31 Lake
City In Starke
October
ancy than lactating cows. "If a 10 Palatka 18 BHS 6
lacating ,heifer or cows does not November 7 Fernandina Beach In
Starke
October
have suficient feed to produce 24.- Open
milk for her calf and also
grow
and reproduce, she will produce ALL TICKETS AT GATE 1.25 November 21 Green Cove Sprgs. In Starke November 14 -- Santa Fe. Away
milk for,the calf at the expenseof "
growth and reproduction; he

points His studies out. were with females Student Tickets Purchased at School a

one two,. three and four years
Day of Game 75c
old and older. As the cows grew ... rr .
older they did not require as d
much nutrients to make growth All
Children Grades 1 thru 4
and were able to produce a high-
percentage of calves.In 4".
Admitted Free if Accompanied '
Dr. Warnick's examinations I .
cf ranch 'cows for pregnancy, he
found that 44 per cent of lacating by Parents _, : *
three-year-olds: were pregnant, :
while 73 percent of the three- .
year-old dry cows were pre: rrt.

With four-year-olds, the con nant'l ..
able figures were 60 and 84

cent."Stricter culling of your *cowherd I .. f Q!fl 1ffl fIGItU
h
S'ee
and Increasing your level of 'fOIIs1111e \ iT_
nutrition :
will increase your annual .
calf crop" he says. "Many '- \... \!..
cow herds in Florida;, do,not receive -
"
enough nutrients in theirdailY'1ntake .l ryI R
to reproduce regular kff
ly. Often they will not tactate'oJll'Operly -
"or gain weight unless they I -
are fed s protein supplement during
the winter months It is par- I

ticularly kept on important a satisfactory that plane heifersbe of Best Wishes, To The Team Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
nutrition."

THOMAS CONSTRUCTION CO. SHUFORD STANDARD SERVICE GA Y'S HOME APPLIANCE

Termite Control Your Friendly Norge Dealer

STATION Maytag Appliances
FOR Coleman Heaters and
DEPENDABLE Bring Home The Bacon, Boys!
Household *. Commercial Floor Furnaces We Service All Makes\(

Pert Control KOCH DRUG STORECompliments Go Get 'Em, Tornadoes> t, '< A Good Team Like The Tornadoes + -, .
.S Grove Spraying -
H. C. WALL AGENCY Deserves Your Support
Call FR 6-2661
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE
Of STORE
Florida Pest Control GENERAL INSURANCE .

&. Chemical Co. I STARKE HARDWARE CO. Best Wishes To The Team
"
'24 N. W. 16th Are.eabwvffie SPORTING GOODS Everybody Out For Tonight's Game! TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

Florid
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YOUR AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
WARREN'S SUPER SHELL STATION
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Support The Tornadoes, With Your Presence

"CONTRACTORSCARPENTERS Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence .
Best Wishes Of
HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
I GEM JEWELRY B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO. .

PAINTERSWe N. L. WOODBURN .
Compliments Of -', j
The House Of Fine Diamonds :
have Limited Supplyof T. C. HAZEN, JR. Starke's Leading Jeweler Best Wishes From :

left-over paper on rolls. SINCLAIR OIL PRODUCTS
From 17 to 72 inches wide. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
I Phone WO 4.3661Starke Fla. Compliments Of '
Perfect for protection of :
floors, furniture, etc., while ":::
work is in progress. NEW METHOD CLEANERS Compliments Of

Compliments Of
Bradford County DODD'S SUNOCO SERVICE STATION

Telegraph I Best Wishes. To The Team
; J STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES
I WE GIVE S&II GREEN STAMPS
FAULKNER'S SERVICE STATION

.We're Proud To Be Tornado Boosters! Support The. Tornadoes With Your Presence
.
e Best Wishes Team VOLLEY STARLING'S


:.1 Zolf Springt LAWSON'S MARKET THE FARMERS SUPPLY GROCERY & MARKET s

.J HordM County.Florida M. _H __-___ _
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SILCOX CITIES SERVICE Be Present Tonight To Cheer Our Boys To t :

Onward Tornadoes! .
WtllUt C. KING) Yictory'

Fellow After 11 Citizens y.ars.of: faith- Come On Out and Boost Our Team! GIB BROWN'S SERVICE STATION FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLY

ful service on your
Railroad and Public Utilities
Let's Fill The Stands For Game
Commhflon, Tonight's
you Best Wishes From Best Wishes Team
have -honored me with .
t-
the Democratic ",Nomination JACKSON-BI S H OP CAR LOT :
for re-election. I SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV BROWNLEE & CHASTEEN

deeply appreciate this \ NEW AND USED CARSLet's
honor and want to thank -- ,
all of who : .
helped
you -
I Best Wishes From Compliments Of
me so the much.In General. Electionwe .. .. Support'The Tornadoes

,will win a greet LEWIS & LAWSON GARAGE .
BARKSDALE'S
Democratic victory in. .. DEPT. STORE HART FURNITURE CO.
Florida If all loyal '- U. S. 301 South Starke. Fla. I
Democrats go to the polls .
and vote for the party's
Compliments Of
nominees. Best Wishes Team GOOD LUCK TORNADOES!
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I will be grateful for* t" I
your continued support SMITTY'S BARBER SHOP .: WILLIAMS JEWELRY J-& J BUILDING SUPPLIES Inc. I
and your vote on x.' EXPERT WATCH REPAIR
November 4.
Sincerely, Best Wishes To The Team
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Best Wishes
Of
WILBUR C. KING' Best Wishes Of CAUFFMAN'S SINCLAIR SERVICE

Democratic Nominee -. :, -
Florida Railroad and ', SIMPSON'S TAXI SERVICE STATION

Public Utilities ,EDWARD'S GROCERY & MARKET =
DIAL WO 4-2001 RADIO DISPATCHER.
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