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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1958
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (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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VOLUME EIGHTY STARKE. FLORIDA. THl'KSDAV, NO.VKMBKIJ: 6. 1958 NUMBER ,.TWENTY"

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.I Haas Named t..-. Two Murder Cases Slated

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Homecoming Queen Candidates Vie For Crown Court
S. [Bill] Haas Soil Conservationist

was named Civil Defense 1\
Politicians vying in national Charlene Hardy and Penny Hol- |I announcement will not be made Director for
Bradford Coun- To
With
elections this week could have lings worth plastered walls with ,,, until time for crowning the Queen ty at a meeting of the Board of i: : Open

learned a few new tricks if they placards, gave out chewing gum ,>, at the Tornado Whirl pep rally County Commissioners here Mon- -.- L...

had been around Bradford High and all-day suckers labeled "Stick tonight (Thursday at Bradford He S F
day. succeeds Sheriff
I'I P. D.
School where a fever-pitch cam- With Me," and otherwise campaigned ,|field. Reddish, who has held this position Heavy Docket

paign for ijomecoming queen for the coveted Home- ,
The Queen will reign over for several years.
came to a climax in student body coming Queen crown with tactics' .-
voting Thursday. that would put professionals to ,: Homecoming festivities, and the In recent acticns the City I Two first degree murder cases

Candidates [from left! Mary shame. three runner-ups will compriseher Council and the County Commis- W. S. Haas and one assault with intent to -

Agnes Matthews, Linda Gaskins, Votes were counted today, but I court.Trees. sion have each budgeted $50 per 'kill are scheduled for gland jury
month to help defray expenses of I j action! here Monday as the tall '-
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the Civil Defense program in Day ,i term of Circuit Court convenes -

Commission Moves : Sewer Bradford County. with the heaviest docket in recent ,I
County Zoning Importance of a CD setup here t To Be ObservedAt years.

I Topics Occupy was sparked by recent appearances Scheduled to go before the grand
of state officials before BHS AssemblyThe jUlY are cases against:

To Information On SetbacksA Council's Time groups here. It was pointed out Roy Henry Gr fis. 41, charged -. -- -.. -r -. __ _._" _._ ._. __ ._ "

with the murder of Robert
that Bradford Tyson,
County, because of
i its proximity to the "target city"of annual Veterans Day Starke Negro, whose body was Bullet Riddled Windshield

five-member County Zoning' S. 301 South are permitted too The problem of aging oaks along Jacksonville would be called program will be held at a school found Sept. 17 in Alachua Coun-

Commission authorized by a special -' close to the present loadbed, the I assembly in the football i
city streets was before City Council upon to care for thousands of stadium ty.John An FBI report on this bullet-riddled windshield from State

act of the 1957 Legislature, county will have to pay for themat at its meeting here Tuesday refugees in the event of an attack I Tuesday, Nov. 11, at 10:50: a. m. E. Lamon, 66, charged with Trooper. N. Sellers' automobile will figure in a case presentedto

was activated here Monday and some future date when the night. Pete Sapp of Palatka, described The program is sponsored by the fatal shooting of his brother-
on that area. the grand jury here next Monday. Jeff :Merricks, Alachua
began working on proposals for rcad is eventually widened. the service's that he could I American Legion Post 56 and will in-law, Harry E. Tucker,.on lJ t.
controlling setback distances of Bishop said that a stronger law render the city in treating and Haas started immediately on r be conducted by local legion- 24. County Negro, is held in jail here under $15.000 bond on

new construction from highways, is needed to control the size and trying to preserve trees where plans for perfecting an organization naires. Jeff Merricks, Negro, charged charges that he fired on Sellers as the Trooper was chasinghim :

and the use of property for auto location of buildings and to pie- practical; trimming, when necessary here and expected to announce Veterans Day [formerly Armis- with assault with intent to kill, near Brooker last Oct. Merricks has denied the shoot-

junkyards and trailer courts. vent someone from building "a in a manner to keep the the location of the office tice Day] is on the list of holidays in the alleged shooting at :State ing. Sheriff P. D. Reddish sent the windshield to the FBI for

Members of the Commissionwere shack" next to a nice home and tree properly balanced; and de- within the next few days. adopted the first of the year by ,I Trooper M. N. Sellers on Oct. 4. analysis as to direction of the shots and it is expected that this

asked to meet with the Board depreciating its value. He suggested mossing to preserve under limbs. At its Monday meeting the the Starke Retail Merchants As- Griffis was released several report will reach the grand jury here next week.

of County Commissioners Monday that the Zoning Ccmmis- In recent ..years the City, with Commissioners also accepted an scciaticn, and most local stores ,weeks ago under 2,500 'bond;

morning at which time the new sion keep these needs in mind as its own street crew, has removed j I agreement with the Houston Gas will remain closed. Lamon is being held without bond; I| for breaking and entering.Two than a
felony.
law was discussed and its limitations it goes abcut its work and make I of r& Oil Co. for constructing natural and :Merricks: is also in
many the oaks where decay custodY'1 state prisoners.. Also on the docket are ten
pointed out. County Attorney recommendations of future legislation has made them dangerous to gas pipelines under county roadson i Winner Claims having failed to post Bobby of .
cases
Hams: and Donald Richard Short, withholding support.A
Mack Futch said a much more to strengthen the zoning leave standing. condition that it meets approval which was set at 515000.

comprehensive law had been prepared '- rules.E. The Council agreed to take of County Attorney Mack [ $25 Cash Prize Also on the docket will be information will be arraigned on charges ot case against Robert James
from
L. Matthews was elected Futch.A against Lillie Mae scape prison property at Jones of Brooker, charged with
and sponsored by the Commissioners Sapp's proposal under advise- For ShopportunityMinnie Raiford. I
but that the Bradford chairman of the new commission,,I ment, deciding at a later date letter from Governor Leroy Hood, Starke Neeress. for assault statutory rape, has been dismiss-
County whose other members are Freeman! I Collins was read in which he with intent to kill; Albert New-, Cases against Chandler Lamar I ed. Also dismissed
Legislative delegation had whether to obtain an estimate : Wheeler, colored resident were chargesof
trimmed: it down until little was I Register Jr., Starke; Zedra Hamil- from him or to continue doing :clarified the responsibility of the I of Rt. 1, Box 226, Starke, mans, grand larceny; Clarence and Walter Mitchell for possession assault with intent to kill a-

left except control of setback distances ton, Brocker: W. H. Maxwell,, the work with city help. The Commission to collect unsettled accounts I was announced as winner of the Harrin?ton. worthless check: Is- of moonchine will likely be gainst Jim Cummings. :Samuel

and use of land for junk Hampton; and Mrs. Alice Mc- tree surgeon quoted instances I when and if they are lefty f 25 top prize at the Shopportunity ham Davis George E. Hood alias : retufned to County Judge's Court White, and Willie Mitchell.

b county officials Jchn E. Mills. Odell due to a recent ruling by the :State I of assault against -
yards. Garvey, Lawtey. where Cities have preserved going out of party in front of Robbins' store Lavern Bawdy I Charges aggravated
money :
The Commission took steps to trees office. last afternoon. and Gene Horton, all for for- Supreme Court that possession ot j I James Howard and Louis
Saturday
and
Commissioner H. A. Bishop Jr. actually saved money
said obtain maps of county roads and by having the work done by qualified !- A double assessment on property Winners of the $5 cash awards gery; and Willie' B. Washington shine is a misdemeanor rather j Moore were likewise dismissed.
that the zoning law in
spite highways and to contact State] experts. t cwned by Hartmann was were Mrs. A. R' Judson, .Mrs. Rosa

of its weaknesses, could be instru- Road Department officials for called to the attention of the Sumner, Millie Goodge, Irvin
It was decided that the side- : C of C Banquet FIX UP PAINT UP
mental in saving millions of dol- their board ,
recommendations as to proper walk from Call Street to the by Assessor Gene Long. Itwas Thomas, and Sandra Bryan.
lars for, the taxpayers of Bradford setback distances. ,. voted to reimburse
Another Starke Telephone Co., on the Hartmann The $15 prize (No. 45-4965)) and

County by controlling setback distances Another meeting will be held as west side of the block, will be j f[(or the excess tax paid. the $10 prize (No. 472259)) have Reservations
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from 'highways. He said soon as this information is ob- replaced. It was voted that in An annual report from the njbt yet been claimed. / Business Men Volunteer ServicesTo

that 1 if new structures along U. tained. the future, all work necessitating ]Bradford County Library was ,J The next ,Shopportumty Party Needed MondayReservations

!r:'eadL' showing .increase>oi services Vnl, be fluI4 .at.4.. pJiu-Saturday,

B Squad Defeats f 1 Fines- .. And Bonds will disturbance be, done allowed by of private'companies only.streetsand after a'written sidewalks --, and needs.: making recommendations of I 1 Radio Nov: 15& r TV in on front West of Call Shepherd's St. Chamber rvations of Commerce for the banquet annual [ Spruce Up New CC Offices ,


1 Total $2,163 agreement is signed by the should be made by Monday, Nov.

Lake City 13-0 company to put these installations 4-H Girls Win Ribbons 10, according to Guy Andrews, Plans for repairing and painting I asked to turn out.

i In Lower Court back in good condition. chairman of advance ticket sales. the new Chamber of Commerce The membership committee reported -

1 The Council accepted the recommendation The banquet will be held Thursday h headquarters on Temple Avenue I wonderful response trom
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Tuesday. night at Lake City's!I Fines and forfeitures in County of its engineers forn Nov. 13, at 7 p. m. in the were made at an enthusiastic the businesses contacted so far
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Tiger stadium,.the BHS Baby Tornadoes ; Judge's Court totaled $2,163 for alternate plan for a sewer lift elementary school cafetorium. A meeting held Monday night. ThIrty I with around $2,800 pledged or

romped to their fifth win I i October, according to the monthly oroject that will result in a saving turkey dinner will be served. with business men met in the Martin' paid by the first 18 firms con

of, ,the season, 13-0, with a well-' l report filed by County Judge of approximately $5,000 in tickets at $1.75 each. tacted.
building, which will 'become I
soon
All those
present at the meeting
balanced attack. Richard Dagger I onnection with
sewer line extensions Reservation may be made by
'T.
A. Yawn. Of this amount. $913 j I the new home of the Chamber,!! volunteered to sell advance
replaced the injured along U. S. 301
Jimmy Mac north. calling Mr. Andrews at W04-850l, '
from fines and from I
$1,250 and labor
| was volunteered to
tickets for the annual C of C
lone on several occasions. I Since 301 is to be widened, the or the Chamber of Commerce of-
bonds estreated. make minor repairs and pamt the I banquet to be held in the Elementary
In the first period, Irwm :Mar Of the 63 October city wants to get a proposed line fice. W045811.All .
I cases on i interior.
The
I paint was also donated
tin : l laid before the road work School Cafetoriam Thursday.Nov. .
raced 45 to begins.
yards place the ,
: business
of people urged
docket, 27 were charges un are for this purpose. 13, at 8 p.m. Tickets are
!ball on the Lake City 25 yard l lawful speed with 12 of these forfeiting A proposal from the S. M. Wall to attend the banquet to hear Robert Mclntire, executive director -': $1.75 each, and reservations shouldbe

line. Two running plays by Dug- bond by not appearing tc Construction Co. to lay the new I plans for the expanded program. of the Chamber, said yesterday -: made by Monday. Nov. 9. Advance

ger and Martin placed the ''ball on answer charges at plea day heldThursday ; l line was discussed, but action of C of C work in Starke and that the first work night] tickets may be obtained
the Tiger five. was deferred until with .
At this a meeting
point |
of last week. Fifteen 1 Bradford County. will be held next Tuesday at t : from members or at the Chamber
Quarterback Moody fed the ball the ccnstruction company can be .
g others were found guilty and I o'clock and all volunteers will be.. office.
to Tom Gay, who plowed over cen- held. Wall has the contract for
j fined. Total of bonds forfeited on New School
ter for a TD. The point alter charges of unlawful speed were the widening project and the city Bonds

failed, and Starke led 6-0. ; is considering having the same School Board Eyes
$545, and fines on that charge Midgets Defeat
The next offensive threat by'were $357.Ten company lay the sewer line. Bids Slated To Sell New

Starke began on the Lake City & on the sewer project had previously Elementary
cases were for improper Melrose/ 200The
On a Lake City ,punting situation, been rejected as being too high. December 10th School PlansThe
passing, including two for passinga Virginia Parr h [left] Carolyn Pellum, and Linda Cox,
Allen Crews rushed through to Dewey Williams, local paint vy "
take the ball on a blocked kick.A school bus. contractor, appeared to register a Bradford High School 4-H Club Girls, competed in a home Bradford County School] Starke Midgets won 20-0
Other charges were for following The $450,000 issue for construction -
few plays later Jimmy Malone romplaint abcut painting beine judging event at the North Florida Fair in Tallahassee last Wpd Board went over plans tor the new I over Melrose juniors in a game
l too closely, driving on of Bradford County I
skipped around right end for 13 done in the city by unlicensed week. The local team placed third and was awarded a ribbon. Starke Elementary School and the I[ played on the Melrose field last
wrong side of road, allowing an school facilities is scheduled to
yards and the score. Richard workers on an hourly basis. Virginia placed second in individual scoring. Judging teams EHS auditorium with a representative -j Saturday.
unauthorized perscn to drive, im go on the market Dec. 10. With
Dugger scored the extra and proper driver's license, reckless Donna Sue Faxon, high school from Northwest Florida participated. the sale of these; bonds, 'bids on of the Sanford Goin firm. I I I Melrose gave a better performance -
Starke led 13-0 at halftime. student, requested that the Council school architects. at the regular i at home, and held Starketo
driving, improper tag improper _n .. the various projects will be ad-
In the second half, neither team sponsor a page m me BHS vertised Dec. 16. | monthly meeting held Monday 7-0 at the half. Atter takingit
worthless check and
license Mrs.
scored but Starke made several public intoxication. Three drivers vear book, but was advised the A. H. Freeman I (Crosby ElectedTo Constructionill include a new morning. easy in the first half :Starke

determined bids. City had no funds budgeted for School finally got fired up and played
The first drive with dri Funeral Is HeldIn Office.In bus No. 9 will be sold
were charged having no Starke Elementary School on a
in the third ended the this purpose. It was suggested their best football of the seasonduring
period on ver's license, two with driving I site between Colley Road and to a group from Kingsley Lake
Tiger eight yard line. A penalty that in the future such requestsbe TallahasseeMrs. Sing Association the last two quarters. Offensive
while intoxicated and one chargewas State Road 100, a BHS auditorium,. who will provide transportation last halt
had set the Tornadoes '''back to made before the annual budgetis blocking in the

the 33, when Bubba Moody ran a'j, made for lending a driver's prepared. May Wills Freeman, 89! a A. D. Crosby was elected second I a cafeteria and classrooms for: of about 56 students trom that I by Ingram, Bishop, :Smith Grover

keeper play on the fourth down i I j license. former resident 01 Starke, died vice president of the State Gospel i Lawtey Junior High a catetorium area to Bradford County schools.In McComb, Kuba, and Crews was
at Anderson Junior .
last Friday in Tallahassee, High Lawtey
that collected 30 yards but tailedto Johns Oil CompanyIs Social Security the made her home with where her Singers Association at their Singing and classrooms at RJE. discussing the clearing ot I especially) good.

make the first down. i Convention held at Live Oak, the site for the new Elementary I Scoring for Starke were Jack-

In the' first seconds of the 1 Low Bidder Date Next ThursdayA aughter, Mrs. L. A. Yates. Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 1 and School it was decided that an at- son with two touchdowns. hugger
She was the widow of the late Four BHS Seniors Bill Dowl.1 -
2. with one extra point.
fourth
quarter Starke moved 6:>
|On Hospital Oil representative of the tempt will be made to the .
Gaines- Dr. A. H. Freeman, an early get with touchdown.. and St .r.
yards five before Martin ing one
on
plays Other local people attending the Join B
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Company
ville' Social Security office will Starke physician and wellknowneye land cleared with timber extra
cut, ling with one point.
was jarred loose from the ball on Jerome Johns Oil Co. was de sing were James Lovett. Leola
be at the courthouse in Starke at ear, nose and throat SpeCialist before bids are let on construc-
Lake City's 18. This drive was dared low bidder on fuel oil for 9:30 Roberts, Dewey Williams, John Four Bradford High School '. This Saturday the Midgets wilt
a. m. on Thursday Nov. 13, tion. *
sparked by iTSgger's: runs of 25: the Bradford County Hospital at for the who practiced for many years Williams, Marcus Conner, Mrs.; seniors enlisted in Company B ot play Lake City at 10 a.m.
prupose of conducting IP Ocala, where he moved from
and 30 yards, and a pass trom a meeting of the Board of Trus- social security business. Starke. Lillian Jackson, and Mrs. A. D. Camp: Blanding! during the past! All members were present except A return game (and last of the

_ :Moody to Martin tor 15: yards. tees Tuesday night. The Phillips Persons who desire to make | j Crosby. Abcut 2,500 people attended week: Travis D. Alvarez, Lester :S. D. W. Starling.Rotarians Reason) is expected to be played
application Mrs. Freeman
In the last quarter with two 66 dealer's bid was based on for social was 'born May the Sunday session from Warren, William E. Dampier, and with Lake City here next Wednesday

minutes left. Starke again drove Starke tank wagon price less 4.3 or survivors benefits security retirement 21, 1869 in Georgia. She was a Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi D. Ritch Green. Hear afternoon.
I secure member of the Ocala Woman'sClub. I
to the eight yard line when time cents per gallon.W. social and North Carolina.A Green and Warren were assigned -'
security
account New Director
numbers -
E. Bigham Jr. of Brookerwas Pioneer Garden Club, Daughters to the Supply Section, Alvarezto ,
ran out Starke had moved about or get any. other social security of the American Revolution convention of the National 1 Lawtey Council
*5 yards on three elected chairman of the board Small Arms. and Dampier to Of Chamber Speak
running plays information are invited to and the United Daughters of the Association of Gospel Singers will] I
4by John Adams, and was trying tofcet to succeed Charles Hardy, resigned. see the representative at the time Confederacy. She was an active be held in Pell City. Ala. Nov. 15- the Service Section.All j Discusses Noise

the ball in play when the gun chairman.At. Ovid. Lewis was elected Me of his visit. member of the Methodist Church. 16, and the next Convention of four enlistees will take three A brief history of trade organizations Of Train WhistlesDiscussed
with emphasis on the ob-
sounded. the State Association will be held months of basic training at Kt.

Outstanding on defense were its December meeting the Surviving are trro sons, Edwin in Volusia County during Novem Jackson, S. C. upon graduation jtctives of a modern Chamber of at the Monday night
Tips Are
Given. W. Freeman, New York and :
City
Allen Crews Buddy Thomas Neil board will accept bids on a proPosed ber of 1959. from high school. They will then Commerce, was given at the Rotary -

rhillips, Charles Torode HenryHarrell enlargement of parking facilities By Forest Ranger Henry E. Freeman, Miami; and "0 to Aberdeen Provin Grounds, Club luncheon meeting Wed-j! meeting of Lawtey City Councilwas
one daughter, Mrs. Yates with : Robert Mclntire, new'executive the noise made by what is
Tom Gay, Richard DugandRabbitReddish. at the hospital. 340 Maryland for three months of Military resday by
On whom she had made her home Businesses
eer. Burning TrashNow director of the Starke considered excessive blowing of
Occupational
9 after the death of Dr. t reeman. Speciality and Bradford
Lat Saturday night the Baby Booster Club that the fire Obtain LicensesA training. They will then returnto County organization. I train whistles in the city, by the
is Funeral .
season services held at
r approaching were
Tornadoes held the Baldwin Indians Co. B as fully qualified mem- Mclntire said that the main job
To Meet Thursday County Ranger Glen K. the graveside In Greenwood Cem :
varsity to a 7-6 victory. Irwin total of 340 business licenses bers in their assigned jobs. of a Chamber of Commerce is to SAL.One
Martin Lewis, urges all property ownersto etery. Tallahassee with Rev. Gay- were paid to the City of Starke on no those things for a community unguarded crossing northof
put Starke ahead in The monthly meeting of the
do their
the first L trash burning in the Ion Howe officiating. or before Nov; 1. From now untilDec. that most people think "just hap- the school crossing and south
quarter on aUyarddash. Bradford County Booster Club early morning hours. while the Youths ArrestedRichard
Baldwin scored with sue: will be held Thursday. Nov. 6. at 1 a lU per cent penalty will pen." He discussed some of the of the Dupont mine crossing

minutes left in the game. A good L 6 p.'m. in the BHS music build-, ground this way is, still fire damp will 'be with less dew.apt in to Recent BirthMr. be charged those businesses not I plans for the local Chamber atterit necessitates the blowing. The
team effort Clerk and Charles moves into its new headquarterson I school crossing and the mine
by the Baby Torna- financial matters paid. On Dec. 1
inr. Important and the
spread get out of control. penalty increases -
and Thompson 17-year-old youths of
does Mrs. Howard Salzmanof Temple Avenue.
almost crossing are equipped with protective
brought upset overpie 'I
an will be discussed according to Lewis says. to 20 cent.
highly favored Baldwin squad. President A. N. Holliday who I He also recommends that trash Washington D. C. announce per Starke were arrested this weekon Guy Andrews reminded the arms and the depot crossing -

The B squad will play Green I promised a brief meeting in order be burned in a metal drum or the birth of a daughter, Lesi Ann Last issued year in 512 'business licenseswere charges of larceny of fender membership that reservations lorthe has blinking red lights. No
the
Cove here t1 other Oct. 13. 'the city and it is skirts from two automobiles. annual C of C Banquet to DeJH.ld action on the matter was taken.
Tuesday. Novell at that members will not miss muchof L fireproof containerwhen on. Mrs. Salzman is expected that the
3:30: final number Bond was set at $150 for each Nov. 13 should be in not later No other business was trans..
possible.
p.m. the Tornado Whirl program. former
Shirley Colley of Starke. this: year will exceed that.
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Farmer's DiaryBy HEILBRONN r r"By CLAY( HILL see US.No'i'. we will tell you how we Hill Not section so long, recently.ago Cecil Hardy

Sam McGarvry have traded families in this neck I had the misfortune to have a
lURe Harvey McCarthytAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.il by Airs. I. L. dtticklandLAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL ofthe j_ woods Last Tuesday our skunk and dog fight under his

of our rooms. Then he turned the daughter: Joann Lang of Tampacame car, He was unable to use the .car
equipment on to Cool, and as if U to take care of us. Earl i for several days due to the per-
r- by magic the whole house was Howdy. Neighbors hope all of After our long silence we will Lang's wife Francis brought her. J fume inside the car. If our daughter
cooled off in a. very short time. :you were able to attend and entry to answer a few questions.We In a very few minutes after Joann -in-law hadn't used good presence -
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It's wonderful, and now our only s jcy our big County Fair last week. have been too sick for the past and, Francis got here Joann. of mind one night last week
question is: How much does it Regret to report that Miss Con- three weeks to write any news, Francis and Grace, all Langs, got when they were returning home
cost to operate? *'nie demons daughter of brig and in J fact we have been so sick a their 'heads together and Grace ]from the hospital, and jerked her
Mrs. Roy Clemons is still ill in good< part of the time we have was to leave her family here and
\. Heard a peculiar sound Sunday the Bradford County Hospital. had all of our family and friends go back with Francis and take ]pretty little black skunk, we fear
morning and thought it was a Please pray in her behalf. Also rather worried about us. From care of Joann's two children and i they would not have been able to
You'll have to admit that Jim bird up in a tree near our home. for Mrs. Milton Rosier, R. W. what we have learned it seems to husband] while Joann is here. Thisis i use their car for a few days. Wait

the feed dealer in But soon learned that there high Bond and Keith Reddish and for as they, some of them at least, what we call friendship and until this great hunter is able to
is a good showman. He in the sky ''was a flock of Cana- others in the community who are thought we were not going to sur- love.We be on the job again and Mrs.
have given Ernie Jones' sow dian geese flying south. sickness 1 and pain. vive. But we have fooled all again, are glad to see Dick Starling Darden of Peney Farms will see if
good "pep" talk because she aWe Mrs. Lois Henson of Jacksonville and here we are. We suppose it able to be back in church and we can find some of these animals

not 15 or 20 pigs, but had a little more rain but was weekend guest of her just wasn't our time to go or we able to be around again after his and thin them out some. Also Mr.
total of 22. We haven't seen it was only a teaser and not near- parens Mr. and Mrs Ernie Johns. would have been gone on to the accident, but sorry to learn that Matthews, Publisher of the Brad-
yet, but we understand that ly enough to set berries. And unless Mr and Mrs. E. L. Cox visitedin better world. We do thank all of Hazel Griffis and Bill Pendarviswere ford County Telegraph tells us
in the week 19 of them we get some soon, the berries Jacksonville Monday of this our friends and Christian brothers on the sick list last Sunday we were failing to do our work
alive and doing well. planted will have a hard time week. and sisters for their good wishes and not able to attend church. We when we came off in such a hurry
i ,, and a lot Qf the temporary graz- My uncles Claude and J. D. and prayers for us. We will never hope they have a speedy recovery. for treatment that we left our
Of course it isn't always the ing crops that have been planted Fralick of Providence visited in forget the love and devotion that We were informed that Pansy shot gun at home and could not

w, that brings the most pigs i will dry up. our home Friday evening. Claude has been showed us in this crisis. 1 Knight is teaching our little classof look for the possums and coons
pays off [although i a a ai Fralick, Lake City Elementary May the Lord guide and bless Nursery 2 and Beginner 1 in in the trees in front of the hospital -

a chance that it thereWe] f How about the fine display of School principal, attended the each and everyone of you. We i Sunday School until we are able We didn't see any of them k

a neighbor who had a sow stock shown at the Bradford football game between Lake City hcpe this is the last of these attacks 1 to go back. We do net know just there and we wonder just what
brought 18, but by the time i County Fair? County Agent George and Starke in the Bradford Sta- we have for they are really 1 how long this will be, but we are would have happened if we had
; sow got done mashing them, Huggins was quite pleased with dium. very painful and weakening. We i anxious to go back, even if we started out shooting with that old
were only five left! So it's i the showing which included some Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby especially thank A. E. Maxwell i never teach any more. noisy 12 guage shot gun while in

I number raised that counts! mighty fine cattle and hogs. and Mrs. Crosby's mother, Mrs. Carson: Grifis, Bun Griffis, Lee Rev. Currin is to be at the there. We will let all of you draw
$55 Carmichael returned to their Moore. Elgin Lang and our Highland church to preach for us your own conclusions about this!

The official weather bureau for- From what we hear there are a home Wednesday of last week daughter-in-law, Dottie Fields for i again, next Sunday. All are wel- Hope to be able to write some a-
is, that we will have a cold I lot of quail around. You see them after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. their< help and attention. Dottieis i come to attend. gain next week!

but one of the Alma now all around, but come huntingseason LeRoy Carmichael and Mr. and going overseas in the next few Mrs. Batton, and her mother
says the whole winter will]1 they'll scatter and hider Mrs. Archie Carmichael and fam- days: to be with our son, Charles and daughter spent the day with St. Mark's Episcopal l
; ; mild. So take your choice o r and then it'll take a good bird dog; ilies in West Palm Beach. Fields who is in service. She left Rev. and Mrs. Chism at the High- Her.
Raymond e>:.
MacBlata
experts. to find them. Miss Joyce Morgan spent the us Sunday after spending the land church not so long ago.
: .5. weekend with relatives in White week helping with the sick. We are sorry to see Irene Pad- Sunday Services- 9(5: a.m.
Church School
It's been quite cool already and We're going to plant a Satsuma Springs. Just here we wish to make an gett so crippled with her arthritis Prayer and: Sermon.11:00 ajit. Morning'

( ) had our Heatilator fire orange tree and hope for the best. Very sorry to rerort that Mr. apology for not writing the following again and hope she will son be Holy Communion First
Sunday
going and it has done a We know we can't have any othere and Mrs. E. S. Summersill and before now this was givento wen again. 11:00 a.m. Third
job of keeping our new kind here without protection and I family have moved to Jacksonville us, we believe, three weeks a- Maud Carter, Mr. and Mrs. 7:30: a.m. ; Sunday,

,, It is a circulating type so we'll try a. Satsuma., We will miss the Summersill go, but as we have said we were Clyde Padgett, Lloyd Wilkinson, WednesdaY-7:00: p.m.. Choir
that works a lot better family in Church and in the community not ablet to write it so we hope no and Shirley West all spent the Practice; 7:45 p.m., Litany and
i the old-fashioned style Had Sam's folks here for our and hope they will visit cne holds us, or Nettie responsible weekend with relatives and Bible Study.FREEFISH .
: i 1 makes you feel that half first housewarming, and Mombrought us soon. < fbr not sending this in earlier. r
you is In the oven, and the Alice a Chinese Counting j Pearson Cox of the University Card Of ThanksIt
) in the deep freeze, plant. It's an unusual plant i in in Gainesville spent the weekend
is impossible to thane all In
< I But for really keeping wa two, then three and so forth all 1 L. Cox.
means of expresing my heartfelt
i winter we'll depend on our the way up to nine leaves Mrs. R. L. Morgan visited in thanks to all relatives and friends .
| \ Heat Pump which in a Jacksonville Wednesday of last
for their words of consolation and AndTURKEY
to providing heat when Most people when they move' week.
for the beautiful flowers at the
need it. will cool our home i in move away from a house. You Mrs Vernon McEwen returned i
death of
my only sister, Lois
hot ,weather.. The machine might know that we are screwy, to her home in Alabama Sunday, Fountain Carter.
May the Lord
1 installed Saturday and the for in our case our house is moving Her husband came over the weekend .
bless all of you.Signed .
who installed it turned it on away from us. It is all set to and she returned with him i Nettie Carter. .-

5 r heat, and. Lo and Behold ,in go and we hope that it doesn'tget because her father, R. W Bond is Mrs. Viney Fountain of Drs. In- 1sta'ti 'j i
few,minutes a current of the road ahead of us whene
warm on well on the road to recovery. Mrs.; ieMcEwen making her home with herr +
was being piped into each oneOut \\ take off for work. had been visiting he
daughter, Mrs. Louie Carter of
: parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bond Clay Hill. Nettie also has her

j for, three weeks, because of herfather's sister's baby, who has been named
i.U t illness. We are happy Mr. Nancy Marie.
: ; ; Bond is feeling better.
There is
a revival starting at
R...L. Morgan is visiting several the Long Branch church Nov. 10.
01 ) days in Georgia with relatives and Rev. Jack Hall is to conduct the
enjoying: hunting deer and other revival. All
are invited to
attend.
The 5 OUR; SOlI. fJl STBTI a wild game. John and Betty Brumbelow SHOOT
Mr. ,and Mrs. L. H. Armbursterof
spent the weekend with Mom and

'I Past Soil N-E-W-S Conservation Mrs.Gainesville, E. .L. Cox last visited Thursday.Mr. and Dad Jacksonville Strickland Sunday, returning with Dottie to, TUESDAY, NOV. 11 10 A.M. 6 P.M.

Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby, wand'tlieor has
Soil Conservation SenlceBy been chauffeur for Mr.
J guests Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Strickland for the past week.
[Edited By Alice McGaney Bill Haas Carmichael of West Palm OUr visitors Sunday as soon as Union Tavern
I J Beach left Friday for Fort Wald- i* was learned
t we were home from
Ji'f' 'Twen -five'yearsago;Nov: 11 More folks each year arp planting tron"fcVf an enjoyable fishing trip. Bradford County .

: observed as Armistice Day winter feed, so they will have 1" My mother, Mrs. Maude blot Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Hospital Higdon, were, hYMAN GREEN, Prop.
than Veterans Day and some green grazing for their will leave tomorrow for a week's Rev. George
.! W. E. Middleton issued a stock. visit with her mother, Mrs. J, M. M r. and Mrs.Chism.Ernest Cecil Padgett Hardee,, HIGHWAY 100 JUST WEST OF LONG BRIDGE

ion urging that "all J. C. Sapp used the Dstrict's 3 Fralick and family in Providence. Ernie and Irene Padgett and Jimmy r
i zens remain silent for one f grain drill to plant rye. C. R. Announcements for HeilbronnChurch Lang and our grandchildren,
when the siren ceases Bradford used the drill to plantrye for the week are finthe e the England children. Needless to Y'ALL COME!

{ at 11 o'clock, exactly and Pensacola Bahia, preachingand singing every Suns! all were welcome and we in- i. .
years from moment guns ceas- :spreader to fertilize his rye planting tday morning and evening. Prayermeeting' ,

their slaughter and peace and and the District's rotocycle[ weekly, every Wednesday
mower to mow the weeds in his evening at 7:30 p. m. Rev. Cecil .
will once more prevailed j pecan grove. Red Emanuel also] Crawford preached last Sunday at
: t the world." used the District's grain drill and both services. Cute little Ray Nor-
/ Se. spreader to plant and fertilize: man led the congregation in 1 Th'
Were you one of the BHS stu1 1 his
winter pasture. Mrs. Lacy; songs accompanied'by his talent-
who> donated a penny to- Wynn used the District's fertilizer ed sister, Miss Barbara Jean Nor-
rd the purchase of an American spreader on some winter pasture man at the piano. Won't you :

for the school grounds? Back she is planting. come and worship with us? You, ?

November. of 1933 the school Fish for stocking ponds have 3 your loved ones and friends are

of the Telegraph read: i been delivered to R. C. Dampier"M. always wanted and needed. ,rsIIARAIN1 .
sty dent is asked to give the ] O. Harrell Jesse Newsome and( Mrs..R. L, Morgan, WMU presi-

sum of one cent "toward the
bf a flag. If the students i several late requests for fish andif ( week of Prayer for Foreign MISsions .
answer this call for the flag, i the supply lasts everyone who to be held in December The
will not{ be long before you will i made a ;request will receive then Qtdate and time will be announced You S'Ef !

a beautiful American flag The fish are supplied to the Soil, 'later. Tell your friends about this

? from the long 'Conservation Service by the U. S. J program and let's make it our t
( flag pole that stands out 1 Department of The Interior, Pishand very best and one with the highest 1 r'E L
front of the school." i Wildlife Service. A fish pond( attendance. Church ladies are
.* i is a delightful part of a farm. !also asked to give their couponsa ,A- y
Mrs. H,, M. McRae, who has Where ia good site exists for 'to Mrs. Jimmie Lee for the pur-
n a correspondent for the TeleI I pond it makes good use of the 'pose of sending them to the Or- # M'f p

: for many years, had a I land. The pond water often has ]phan's. Home.
t y anniversary Oct. 25th. i other uses too. It adds beauty I to Hope to bring? you a report on
l if: she, and the others 1 the farm and provides recreation 'the Elementary PTA Meeting in

] ent, remember the social hour :for farmers and their friends. Fishponds the next issue.

her home 25 years ago with are profitable when they Don't forget the big Tornado ,
furnished by the Corinth 'are managed well. To product the Whirl tonight with the skits by I
? :most income and home use they 'the school clubs and the crowning
must afford of the Homecoming
good fishing year ] Queen, fol- L&
Homecoming functions at BHS after year. Most disappointments ;lowed bY'the big Homecoming
1933 were directed by Lois result from mistakes in manage football game Friday evening between -

Kathryn Haynes. and F. ment. Before you build a pond be ] Fernandina Beach and the ..
) Johns by appointment of the! sure yoyr soil will hold water against Tornadoes.

( class. The date set was; excessive seepage. For more Guess that's all. may God bless 4 r % !
: 17th and the football team information on fish ponds contact !each of you as only He can do. yhrr, I
"
.
;; Newberry., winning 187. the Soil Conservation Service. Bye now. 5. c
Nothing,. TZxhing. e NOTHING else f..Y .
I stopped by to talk with J.
The Red cress roll call of 1933, Hixon the other day. He Is still BTOUTJU LOVE!: the Dew Eater does so much as electric service to lighten ;e. ,t ara;,; '

the direction of A. J. staying mighty close to his bed.: brook I parse-size fountaM pens ia 1
Sr., also had as district; but he is getting better and pastel ford Comity sbad s. Only S.09 at Brad- your work, brighten,your home, give you t<

: the following: Mrs. W. should be out and TPlrrrapIi.
around in a : more tone: to tale it easy- stay young
,...
Torode, Lawtey Mrs. few weeks. '
; L.. G. We talked about w QJkOTICE TODEFE\D ,
; North Starke, : Mrs L.; p. ter pasture and feed. He remarked Ia Clrealt Court, Bradford County. .have. fun!
South Florida: Ia Chancery ri
Starke: Mrs. W. D. "When I get able I'm going to Case Xo. 12-635 What
bJH" is
was once a"light now an =
Hampton; Mrs. H. D. plant some red clover for pasture Allen Marcell Lewis Lewis, Plaintiff, vs. Flora
Defendant
Theressa; Mrs. C, D, Rob and hay." J. B. White used the NOTICE TO APPEAR investment m electric living. ,. covers not
Graham! : Mrs. L. A. Brown, red clover,: last year and said he To: Flora Allen Lewis whose resi-
\ dence and address Is: Unkown only such taken for granted services
; and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins made a world of grazing and then You as ;
are hereby notified that a '
l! iv River: a a cut field some mighty fine hay froma has suit been for filed.djyorce aeatost you_ ta the cooling, lighting, laundry. but a lot of r
) he planted in red clover. above named Court and,
cause and
\ Many farmers are unable to | you are .required to serve copy of "forgotten* ones, too He Lot water,
i strawberry 'plants, at least t First your answer or pleading to the com-
Christian
l : plants Church plaint on the Plaintiffs correct time and entertainment.
: at a reasonable price Attorney B. K. Burnsed, Macclenny
,year of 1958 but 25'years it:* : 9 Florida .
1 Morning worship, 11 a.m. and file the original m the office of Yes, for value recett'ed'which is the
r were advertised' in The Tele" Rev. j. E. Sherwood, pastor the Clerk of the Circuit.. Court on cr k
ph at $1.50 per thousand.: Sunday SchooL. 10 ajn. before, the onlj.true ineasur ..
H
S. day of November, 195;
Youth Churcn 7 pan .otherwise the allegations of hid
We see that Mrs. Lloyd Green Wednesday Prayer Meeting, complaint ed'by,you will be taken. as confess- SUNSHINE..- SERVICE ELECTRICITY/ / / ..?. ....-
cooking for a party 25 years 7:30 p.m. .
This notice shall be published
In celebration of the birth Adult Choir once,each week for four consecutive YOURBUDGET'S" BIGGEST BARGAIN!
practice, 6:45: pjn. weeks In the Bradford County Tele-.
: I of her father, P. Iii. Bare Wednesday. wanh.Dated., '
Mrs..Barefoot gave.a chick Ladies C Council this 22 day of October.. t\ FIOBIDA POftEJ '
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> 1st And 3rd} 1S58.! IGHT COMPAY
\< nner' aided by her daughter,, Tuesday nights. ,, UOfTIClAt SEAL) ,
._ Lloyd Green, and Mrs. R. A. Everybody welcome Charles A. Darby Htfpf' ng Build I l lorida I
to each' .Clerk of the Circuit Court gkrncar
service -BycUarian.U1'Crosby.: ; deputy Clerk. ... -- .
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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 6. 1938 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEuhAPH- STARKE. FLCRI3A
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Methodist ChurchChurch yyyyyyyyy! yyy YYVYYVVVYYYVyTvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy vvvvvvvvvvvYTvvvyYI'Y1TV, Barry of the University of Flor- Mrs. Edna Hayes and Mike Greenof

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED da.Marsha Gainesville were Sunday guests
School. 9:45: a. m. and Nancy Green were of Mr. and Mrs. Guy HarrelL

I .CHURCH Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Nursery CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy BROOKERt guests of Peggy and Pat- Mr. and Mrs. James Hamiltonare

/ NEWS provided for small children, Ozora J. ShellFiesta By Barbara Sue Davis y Corum in Gainesville. the proud pa'rents. 'of .s. new
and Junior Church for older
a Dewey Stokes of JacKsonviile baby girl born Friday in the
children each Sunday morning< &&LA LALALA AAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ALA LA&AAAAAAA-----r &&" &&&.'&&&&&AAAAA&&, visited his mother, Mrs. H.: E. Gainesville hospital.

u during regular worship services. Social Club W. Thompkins, gloves, Barbara Natural Gas Coming Stokes, Thursday afternoon.The Mrs. T. B. Edwards ehJoyed a

Methodist Youth Fellowship. 6 The last meeting, was held at Jean Hankerson; flowers, poster To Brooker Area ghosts and goblins were out luncheon given in honor of heir

Presbyterian Church At The'Tabernacle p. m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. the home of the president, Clarence and rabbit, first grade, shelves, Progress is under way on construction Friday night in Brooker when the birthday Sunday'in her home with

DeSue at which time a delicious Clifford Hudson, chair. John GIvens of the new suD-station small fry and teenagers gathered the immediate members of her

Friday Adult Choir practice Rev. C. E. Dibble of Penney GRAHAM meal that Included southern table, Chester Crum second for the purpose of piping natural for their annual trick or treat trip family.

8 p. m.Sunday. Farms preached at the Tabernaclelast BAPTIST ChURCH fried chicken was flower pot. Willie Felton gas into this part of the county. around town. Mrs. James Temple, Mrs. J. C.

Church School for Sunday on the subject "The Sunday school if 10 a, m. MornS new members served.a nd. James Wanton vases and The station will be located about After the trip the children enjoyed Harrell, Dickie Davis, and Terrall

all ages 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor- Passover." Communion was observed Ing Worship a. m. Training added to the club and will be initiated flower pots Miss Frances Jenkins two miles from Brooker on the games and records playedfor Green enjoyed the football gamein

ship 11 a. m., sermon by Rev. Oliver at the close of the service. Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship 0 at the next meeting. Mr. crochet scarfs. Barbara Scout Hole road. Reports are thatt dancing at the community center. Baldwin Saturday night.
m.Rev.. W.
Carmichael of Jacksonville. Evangelist W. D. O-Pry and family 7:30 p. and Mrs. William Holland will be Jean Hankerson Veronica DeSue, there will be five new Refreshments were served We are sorry to hear that the

Tuesday 9:30: a. m. Circle 2 of Lake City were visitors at Collins, Sr., pastor. host and hostess to the next regu- poster Mrs. A. G. Moffett Rosa erected near the station for the by the several afternoon mothers who directed son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest

Mrs. Bert McMaines hostessat this service. The weekly studieson CHURCH OF JESUS ar meeting' which will be the Lee Moore, skirt*, Shirley Moore,j I maintenance crew. Miss activities. Russ (Sonny Dukes of Lake But

her home 237 S. Monroe St. Tuesday. Friday and Saturday LATTER DAY CHRISTf Friday, the day after "Tur Barbara Hankerson, Dress, Flora We in this vicinity are proudto Shirley Green was surprised ler) was involved'in an, auto accident -
8 rights are being conducted by key Day" so look out for another Hudson, preserves Mrs. M. L.I have this addition to our com Monday afternoon when a few Saturday morning near
p. old
m. Circle 1-Mrs. Carl Services each Sunday in friends stopped by her home fora
Supt. delicious meal and celebration. Paul Hats Isabelle DeSue and munity and are in hopes it will Brooker. Sonny is in the hospitalin
Kirtslnger. Barney E.
hostess. In Sunday McRae. Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- chat and to wish her a happy
School The place of the meeting will be .Rosetta Wheller, Peracle Hood not be long before we are able Gainesville in critical condition.We .
building. day School 10 a. m. Sacrament 20th birthday. Cake and cotfee
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH announced before that date. I Mary V. Dell Dress Mary Perdue; to have natural gas piped into our wish him a speedy recoveryand
8 p. m. Circle 3-Mrs. Service .::30 p. m. Everyone wel. were served later in the afternoon.
Rudolph President DeSue wishes to thank third prizes: horses, Mary Perdue, homes. ask your prayers for him.
Sink hostess at her home Premlllennial Fundamental come. Mrs. B. H. Cormuall Jr and two
in all who attended the Florida Hudson, molding, Miss Church News
persons pre- Lucretia Cumber and Bobbie
Missionary.
Saratoga Heights Seven miles south of children Stephen and Donna of
Halloween ball and hopes they Mae Frances Jenkins, scarfs Pauline There will be a Mission Study
Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack- FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Tallahassee visited her parents, Hodges attended Gainesville High
with DeSue. Maxine Odum and and a covered dish luncheon at
CHURCH OF CHRIST ham pastor. LawteyA. will continue to cooperate Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Blair, Wed- School Homecoming activities
the club have in mind a Dorothy Perry 'Veronica DeSue the Brooker Baptist Church on
as they
C. Friday night.
L. E. and
Overturf Jr Massey. Pastor nes3ay Thursday of last week.
Minister Sunday School. 10 a. m., Worship .turkey, Mrs. A Chandler Nov. 6. The
Bible school, 10 a. In. big project in the interest of RJE. T. posters Thursday, program Mrs. Lillie Cone is visiting her A3C Kenneth Parrish of TyndalAir
Sunday Sunday School, 10L 11 a. m. Training Union. 7 Mrs. Ethel Young, reporter. John Kelly, '''Mrs. M. J. Lee, will start at 9:30 a.rn.iwitfl Mrs. Force Base was visiting his
Preaching, 11 a. m. daughter, Mrs. M. F. Hazen in
m., morning service, 11 a. m., p. m.. Evening Worship, 8 p. m. Service 7:30 Weekend Pass dresses Betty Crum, Gloria Edith James Griffin of Camp Blanding Starke this week. parents Mr. and Mrs. Lee Parrish,
Evening m.
evening service 6:30 p. m. Wednesday Prayer p. Cummings, Aker Lee instructing the Mrs. Leila
meeting Williams. group. the weekend.
Bible Study and Prayer Meeting Sgt. Wheeler husband of Mrs. Mr. and :Mrs. T. W. Markey over
Wednesday Bible study 7:30 7:30 p. m. 7:30 pm., Wednesday.Radio Minnie Wheeler spent the week- Principal Eddie Thompkins served Mundy, Associational WMU President have returned home after a Vacation Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
p.m. Everyone welcome. as' general chairman for will attend. A nursery will N. J. Davis were Mr. and Mrs.
program, 8 to 8:30 a, end with" his family after several the in Georgia 'with friendS and
ai. each Sunday over station months cf sea duty. He is stationed .entire county and was'assisted L be provided for the small fry, so relatives. L. A. Davis and son of Gainesville,

WRGR. Starke.St. at Camp Eustis Va. and will by several ,of his staff members. all ladies of the church may enjoy Rev. L. L. Parker is home out and Miss June Stokes and friend

FIRST BAPTIST Church Starke return to Starke again on Dec. i He wishes to thank all groups that; the day together.The of the hospital and reports are cf Santa Fe Lake.
made this Sunoeams, Gins Auxiliary, Linda Green of Broker, and
Edward's Catholic 22 to spend the holidays with one of the best educational he is doing fine.
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Church his wife and family. Mrs. Wheeleris exhibits, if not the best in I and Royal Ambassadors'of the Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis of Flora Slade, Harriet Powell and

Pastor Starke. Florida assigned supply for'' the fifth 'the history of our participationin I Brooker Baptist Church held Waldo and Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Mary Katherine<<; _Waifiwright- all

Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town Holyday Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. and sixth grades at RJE. the fair. Commander H. Rabb their first mass meeting on Tuesday Davis enjoyed the weekend at or Starke. attended the Future

Masses at 8:30 a. m. & Tombstone Received and. his fellow workers also commended Nov. 4. Ten of the instructors Salt Springs.Mr. Teachers Club Convention at uay-

Phones: Office 234 Pastorlum 130 5:30: p. m.Weekday. Relatives of the late CharlieLee the school highly. Let's; were present, and the meet- and :Mrs. Howard Douglasand tona Beach last weekend. They

SUNDAY Mass at 8:00 a. m. will be interested in knowing look to 1959 and the American I ing was termed a success. Time children were Sunday guests were accompanied by their club
SERMONS
11:00 A.M. 7:30 PJVI. Confessions:. Saturday 7 to 8 meetings are held on the : Mrs. T. T. Long.
sponsor
that the U. S. Government. has Legion. presentation of the annual I Iair. regular of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U.
p.m. 'f first and third Tuesdays of each : J. Strickland, in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Philpot of
.
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Tralnin gUnion 6:45 P.M. Baptisms, sent a "headstone", properly en- Mrs. F. S. Pierce reporting.
marriages and Instructions graved, to Starke from Columbus. Church News month. Mr.-and Mrs. Kenneth HUBS and Gainesville were supper guests of

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. by appointment. Miss. honoring the deceased who Mount Moriah,Methodist Church I Plans for building the new son of Melbourne were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Evan W, Hodges
church parsonage will be presented guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest and Bobbie Wednesday
PENTECOSTAL was a veteran of World War I. Mount Moriah Methodist
A FRIENDLY HOLINESS by the building and finance Russ Mr. and Carl Edwards! and
Mrs
WELCOME AWAITS YOU CHURCH The stone was set in the Lee family Church Rev. H. J. Blunt pastor -
committee at the next business: Muril Johns of visited
Mulberry family of Gainesville and Mr.
cemetery by his' Rev. will hold
brother
AT THE Sunday School 10 regular services on Sun a
FRIENDLY CHURCH a. m.; Morn' meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 12. Mrs. Beulah Harrell and family -
and Mrs. E. Jr. and
W, Hodges
ing Worship, 11 a. Lee and Elmer R. Shell. The cere- day starting with Church Schoolat I .
m. should
; Evangelistic All members of the church Monday.
family of Americus, Ga. were Sun-
was witnessed by Sussie 10 Supt. .
services. 7:30 mony a. m. or Assistant in I "
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p. m. be present. r" Mr and :Mrs. O. C. Hayes and
day guests of the Evan Hodges.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting Williams, wife of the deceasedand 1 charge. Morning ,worship at 11 a. Personals 1--

7:30 p. m. mother of Mrs. Lottie Reynolds ,.m. At 5 p. m. the baby ontest will:1 GM3 Charles Kelley of fthe U.

Madison Street of Wateroak_ community. All culminate. The contestants are:: S. Navy Baptist Church
AIR other relatives are urged to visit Jerome Chandler
PARK BAPTIST CHURCH I son of Mr. and I; is home on a month's leave with
Sunday School 8:45: : a. m.; MornIng the grave and see this very attractive .Mrs. Julius Chandler; Gary Jerome his mother, Mrs. DOris Kelley. MUFFLERSGuaranteed .

((900 Block West Madison Worship 11 a. m. Training gravestone. He was also Reddish, Jr., son of Mr. and I Johnnie McGee of the U. S. Air
Street
) Union 6:45 p. m. Evening Worship the uncle of Mrs..Carrie Robinson Mrs. _Gary Reddish: Rodney Holland Force is home with his parentsfor

7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer and brother of Mrs. Mary Doho- son of Mr. and Mrs. William a few days.

WELCOME Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m way of Starke. "Sleep on Charlie Holland; Vesta Lee Dell daughterof Mrs. Eldon Hardy and childrenof for the LIFE of

Everyone welcome. and take your rest we loved you: Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Dell, and I Starke and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. your

Bradford High Graduates their but God ,loves.you best.," Gail Martin Roberts, daughter of I Crews of Alachua visited Mrs.
friends .
and HAMPTON It's 'A' BOJDeacon :Mr. and Mrs. ;Joseph Mace Rob Mattie Barry Sunday afternoon.Mr. car of No Extra Cost
'
relatives during this Homecoming CHRISTIAN CHURCH and Mrs. Clarence Wil- erts. The sponsors of these.babies and Mrs. Lloyd Barry Visited -

weekend.Our Christian Endeavor Friday, 7:!O liams are the proud parents of a .I and young children are" working Mrs. Barry's aunt, Mrs. K.

p. m. Bible StUdy Wednesday, baby boy born Thursday Oct. hard to win one of the prizes. Beach in High Springs Sunday.

7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Worship 30 at the Bradford County HospitaL First prize is'a.$25 war bond, second Mr. and Mrs. Alan Land of Why waste money on a new muffler every few years .

new Sanctuary will be open all day Friday for those 11 a. m. Evening Worship, Mother and son are at $10 :cash, ':and'.third, $5 Jacksonville, were the weekend. without this guarantee in today and let install
who would like to visit and spend a moment in 7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 a. In. home on Pine Street and are do- for the highest amount over $50. guests of her parents Mr. and Stop : ,us -

Graduates will be recognized at our Morning prayer.Lord's ing fine. Congratulations to the All persons in the several communities Mrs. Lloyd Barry. Also Wilbur one of the."Life of Your Car" Mufflers.
Day Services. NEW RIVER new soldier. are asked to help the '. -

.$1 BAPTIST CHURCH Thurston School News child of your choice win. Special in .I
said the should apply
9:45 A.M.-Sunday School-Prof,, p. T. Nolin. Supt. Sunday School 10 a. m. Wore The enrollment has been rather Dinners will be onsale' all day by our churches same.today. New as well TillS.. MUFFLER AT TilE SAME PRICE' OF. ANY
11:00 A.M. ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening: Serv. constant since the opening of the committee at the home of \'
-Morning Worship-Rev. J. II. Mabry, Jr., ce. 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eack school. Parents are to be com Mrs. Maybelle E. Roberts from as old members should be made ORDINARY .l\I FFI.EIt"WITII- WRITTEN ;GUAR
Preaching. to feel welcome. .
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. mended for seeing that their child. 11 a. m. to 7 p. m. corner of Pine
6:15 P.M.-Training Union-R- dren attend school regularly. arid Florida Street. Eat your sup Next Sunday special discussionon ANTEE FOR THE LIFE OF YOUR CAR!
Dansby, Director. the Sunday School lesson will
7.:30 CHURCH OF GOD We participated in the Bradford per out Saturday, chicken chit
P.M.-Worship Services Rev. be given by Bro. Jessie Williams,
Mabry, Preaching. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning County Fair and the following terlings and other good meats .
(Nursery with attendants available for all services) Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday r prizes were' won: first prize, blue ii that you love to eat. Co-sponsors: Sisters Arata Williams and Ger- If It Goes Bad You Get A New'One
trude Visitors
Carter. always
Evening Service, 7:45: YPE, ribbon for and piggy are
tv -= p. m. a globe a M. E. Roberts and William Hol ,
U -- -7 Service Wedmesday, 7:45 p. m bank: second prize, red ribbon, land. Vera Coleman, reporter. Remember Attends welcome.FuneralMr. A. Williams reporter. AT NO COST!

Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. preserved apples; third prizes, to visit our sick and attend
.and Mrs. Willam James Lee
LAWTCT white ribbons, luncheon set, dresser prayer meeting and class s=
Sunday School, 10,a. m. Morn scarf, peppers and posters: meeting each week. Sister EthelJ. of Norwalk Conn attended the

ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Service Principal S. C. Price and Mrs. D. Williams is still shut-in. funeral of Mrs. Charlotte Moore, DODD'S SUNOCO SERVICE

Saturday 7:30: p. m.HIWAY B. Jackson wishes to thank all 1 Pleasant Grove Methodist Church known as "Spicey", on. Monday."Jay" ,
is the of Mrs. Ollie Mae
the parents and children for ,the Pleasant _Grove Methodist\ son 452 N. Temple Ave. phone ,WO
,4-7911
Cummings.
left
They the city on
CHAPEL received in'this
cooperation
com
Church. Rev. H. J. Blunt, pastor
ASSEMBLY OF GOD munity enterprise.Mrs. Albert;, held regular service last Sunday: Wednesday morning to return to

Q. M. Osborae, Pastor reporter. starting with Church School at Connecticut. -

__ Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning Hampton Training School 10 a. m. Supt. Leo DeSue in

Worship 11 a. m. Evangelistic The regular monthly meeting charge. Love Feast was held at 11

: 13I Service, 7:45 p. m. Thursday of the PTA will be held on Nov. a. m. Communion at 7 p. m. GO FORD-WARD
weekly prayer service. Invitation 18 at the school. President Durham -
Sunday, Nov. 9th at 3 p. m. the
extended to everyone. asks all to .
patrons please Spiritual Echoes will render a -

attend. Don't forget the free movies program at Brooker, and on Nov.
tT1FIRST
WANTED Clean Cotton Rags, that will be shown by Jack 10 they will appear at Mt. Moriah ,. .for the _

No Pants, No Shirts. Must Be Trawick on Tuesday Nov. 18 at I; Methodist Church, Jacksonville.The I

Clean. Bradford County Tele- the next PTA meeting. Mrs. M.:
Spiritual Echoes wish to lPiS. iY
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Taylor, principal, Christine Clark. thank their jnany friends for the _

n\"lT.\TIOS FOR BIDS! reporter. help received hi the purchasingof a=I
The Florida Educational Television Anderson Jr. High robes. Whenever you need a ov"r. looking or the '59 Ford
CHRISTIAN CHURCHStarke Commission. Room 11%. Knott American Education Week will good'program don't fail to call I SlJle 'del And for '57. there's lots
Building, Tallahassee, Florida, invites besides
bids for all labor and materias be observed at the school starting on us and we will be at your ser new styling. There's new
Florida for construction of a concrete block with a in chapel Mondayby strength-from new heavier bumper
program vice. Mae Belle
bUilding. eight (i) feet by twelve Dell reporter. to husky wrap-around body cornerLNw
AN OPEN LETTER TO OUR FRIENDS & (12) feet with poured concrete floor the third and fourth grade Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church gas jovtngi-with Ford's Short
MEMBERSWe and reinforced concrete slab; roof classes taught by Mrs. R. Don- Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church. Stroke Six. New comfort-the smoothed

are in the process of erecting an addition to our to gate be of cnstructed the Humphrey-Gold near the Corporation north- ald. "A Panel To Tell the Truth Rev. L. A..'Sampson, pastor will ride of any hdf-ton pickup'I! ---

present church building. This unit will north of Starke. Florida. About Education," Supervisor hold regular Trustee Day on Sun-
give us added Plans be secured from William -
may
rooms for Shell wity] serve as moderator:The day starting with Sunday.j'School
Sunday School classes and for J. Kessler. Consulting Engineer i. .. "
social _ .
activities. The space Florida Educational Television articles presented by the schoolat at 10 i a. m. Supt. Irene Thomasin 1 .
extension will cost about $5,000.00. The Commission S857 West University the educational exhibit of the I i. tlIARD .
charge. 11 a. m. morning worship ,
work is Avenue, Extension. Gainesville. .
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presently being carried a!'
labor on by contributions of Florida. Phone Franklin 6-3157: and Bradford County Fair were .highly ,. evening service at 6 p. m.Mlsisonary .
and finances. Each Saturday morning members all bids must be submitted to Engi- praised! by the fair officials and meeting will be' held .
and neer Kessler not later than November ___ _
friends work on the construction. We solicit your 12. 1958. received the following awards: Sunday ,at 4 p.: m. at the homeof New line oi '_ "
help m' this good work. Financial contributions Tax exemption certificate on materials First prizes: Jewelry box. musical the president Sister Elizabeth 371 LE rated 4

be mailed to the First Christian Church P. 0. Box may 428 Commission.will be provided. by the band.. Robert L. White'Joe ll:; Givens. Reno Theater. All members up to' combine
TELEVISION Felton Edward advantages of tilt-cab design
Starke, Florida.or FLORIDA EDUATIOXAL Rudolph Johnson; and friend are invited to attend -
placed in the miniature church in COMMISSION. Milton and with; the carrying capacity of tandem -
Hamilton Floyd
the'estib'ule .of the main church James Etheridge. Jr.. Executive Junior Church each Tues oxlei. Other all-new models: -
building Secretary Room 11%,. Knott Building Clarence Williams; a stole 'Mrs. day at 5 p. m. May Lois Morris 4-wheel dfive units at low ford I
Tallahassee. Sadie Clark Lawtey:' trash bas- president E. J. Givens, reporter. prices, available early in 1959. "j r
I I 101JO-2U2-S _
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ket. Herman Johnson/aprons and Antioch Baptist Church '

skirts by James Houston, James Antioch Baptist Church. with .for aiiO90q4k'P

Call The Newton Cynthia Sherman Louise Rev. George W. Lee, Sr. pastor
.\ Fuel Oil Johnson Annie"' Mae Britt, Dorothy held regular service Sunday start- /

Hamilton and Mary Bright Ing with Sunday School at 9:30:

Second prizes: Ola'Britt, Ida'Mae Bro. 'Willie Brown. ,acting Supt. _
.,. '
Davis, Edna Mae Kitties Annie Charles Covington gave a won- the 59 Ford Ronchero-e
No. from longer wheelbose' to
WO 49711Kerosene Long and Benejamin Franklin- -for. derful discussion on the''lesson. loodspacei Konchero gives you greater the tt..lr. t'1'ti

skirts. Several visitors were present and luxury end handling ease of a '29

Third Prizes: Howard. Armstead, included: .Mr. Weeks of Middle- Ford car yet it hauls half-ton ,-.
Patricia Smith. Helen' Houstonfor burg and Mrs, toads! New features include a 20%
Angie 'Franklin of
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windshield
bigger increased body1--
chamise blouses, skirts; Gloria Stark and Lake Butler. Three
th, MW ride stabilizers.GO'59. -
Oil Hampton, Dorothy Britt, Odessa persons joined the church. one fken

or Heating Hamilton, Betty White pet house:: was a transfer of "membership

Robert Lee White- posters third. while' two 'were- candidates ,for FORD

DURING THE 1958.59 WINTER SEASON grade, dress C. Mae Perkins; Pa- Baptism. The date of the baptismwill TRUCKThey're :
tricit Palin. apron. C. C. Anderson be announced by the pastor

principal. Exhibit committee:: and officers:
YOUR TANK WILL BE CHECKED REGULARLY Mrs. M. W. Turner. Mrs. D. 'B. On the'third Sunday at 3 p. ra here-new Ford trucks for '59. reinforced seat fabrics that wear up to

,Richardson and Jessie J. Moore the choir and pastor will visit St. Here to take you.Ford-ward for savings, twice as long. ... new cab interiors. And

AND FILLED AS NEEDED ;Jr.. Marks, of MWdleburg., Rev Byrd Ford-ward for modern style.and- rugged there are the proven ,gaz savings: .the"

I'Special Education RJE pastor. AQ"members': and friendsare dependability! proven longer.life of ord'''rugged..eh&V. >
CALL US TO-DAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION-- I Classes taught by Mrs. L C. Jel- invited to Join the group. A There are brand-new features: Dylonai..I Come see.the new 59s now{.

I|son and E. J..Givens received the donation >was'/collected. and sent "
following awards from county to Mother Lola Singleton of 'Calvary LXtS TO OW"...16.* TO HUM
JEROME "u.>*'. FORD TRUCKS COST LESS
\ .. JOHNS OIL CO. fair participation: First prizes 2 Church and Deacon' Tom ...utsrtoM ,roo,_

alligators made for ash trays, Marks
,of New Hope Church. Rev.
66 YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS 66 JOBBER 66'l ,poster third, prizes scarf and. : Arnold delivered.;: he.evening: sermon -

apron.'DresS:.'.Josephine SeweD. and emphasized the fact that TERWILLEGAR MOTORS.

Phone WO 4-9711 743 South Walnut St. RJE Awuds .:people enjoyed: going: where they

First prlzesrsock dolLs Mrs. S. feel waico ie m.:th stcT of Mary 206
W.IIadison
D. Williams canister', Mrs 'E Martha,-.Lazarus-:and Jesus and St. Starke, Florida Phone- WO 43381ii' .
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.V Junior Club Woman's Club Class Of 1955 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith and ginbotham and daughters, Shirleyand I redeemed according to law the j>rop-

Will Sell ToysIn 'Win Hear Talk Will Get' TogetherThe Hank Griffis, son of Mr. and Mrs. June. erty or certificates described will in such be sold certificate lc the

Henry Griffis. Two other Maxville Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chilson and highest bidder at the court house

I Thrift Shop On European Tour BHS graduating class ot children were in the contest and family of Starke visited with: Mr. of door IVcemlier.on the first His: ,Monday which in is Month the 1
scored very good. They were I and Mrs.
1955 will meet-at the cafetena be- Frank Wellhausen and day of eiember. ISiS
?ians' -for ,boosting: Christmas Mrs. W. B. Sewell will talk on Vickie Mosley daughter of Mr. family Saturday night. Dated this 30 day of Oct.. ISA: !).
tween 6 and 6:15: p.m.c'riday and I .
sales at the Thrift : OFFICIAL SKAL)
Shop were highlights of her recent Europeantrip and Earl Mosley and Robin
sit together at the alumni banquet Hig- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson CHAKLKS. A. UAIUJY.Clerk .
made at the Junior Woman's Club during the the ginbctham, daughter of
program of Mr. and left Sunday for Maryland where of Circuit of BradfordCounty

r.Wly. Mooty __ meeting in the club house Monday Starke Woman's Club meeting to Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham.Mr. i they will make their home. Florida.
h ---i.- 11-6 4t 11 iMITICK
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Members -
night. were reminded be held Wednesday afternoon at and Mrs: Frank Wellhausen : Frank Wellhausen and children --

Christmas Tea to bring a'new or repair- 3:30: o'clock at Uie club house. Little Women Plan were visitors in Macclenny last and Leslie Chilscn and children
Miss
Richarde
rble- toy to the next meeting toV The program is in charge of To Fete New Members Saturday., I attended the footbaU game in *I:>(nt.u..IMHKR > :

Set For December 1 10 Is Luncheon HonoreeIn be placed on sale at the shop during the International Relations department .I I Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish; and I Baldwin Saturday night. : \OFOItll. ('01 \TV. FI.ORIIllM'KdU
TSCHOOL
the holiday season. with }Irs.c', B. Beard,, A dinner will be given by the children enjoyed the fair at Jacksonville I Mrs. Doss Higginbotham went I DIVTHICTNO.

By Woman's Club Gainesville Tickets for the silver service I chairman- and Mrs._ -, L.. G. Powell,, Little Women's Club Monday ; Speedway Park in Jacksonville I back to Jacksonville Monday and i'lIonl. flt)'1)4ealcd

Menrbers of
Club Christmas tea committee met Miss Jane Richarde. whose 13 were distributed among afternoon will be Mrs. James I oring new members. Following'! Harold Parrish and Pappy her face. I Ira d ford County. Florida at the ,)t-

at the home of Mrs. J. W. Kin- wedding to Lyle Buck III will bean the members for sale, and proceeds Lewis, chairman, :Mrs. S. L. Peek, the dinner a fashion show. will be ,. :Arnett returned home last Mon- :i Mrs. Kyle Cannon and daughter flee Public of the I Instruction County Superintendent of Pol'a fordt'ounty. ul
Mrs.
caid, chairman last Thursday event of this Saturday eveningat will: go 'into the community Jr. George Kopelousos,- Mrs. presented.cyyrVVYVVVVVVTVVVYYYVVI. 1 day from a six weeks tour of duty I Ginger visited Mr. and Mrs. Florida at the Bradford

afternoon where elaborate the First Methodist Church, I swimming pool fund. The service "J. R. Kelly, Mrs.. }c'osterShi around Cuba with the U. S. Navy. r George Hurst and Mr. and Mrs. County ('ourthousetarke.. Florida,
plansare will be given away at J>>> p.m. on r Smith, ,Miss Clara Leaman, Mrs. ', until :2:110: oVIotk I'M. K.S: T Otcember -
was the inspiration for a lovely They will leave again Edward
being made for this festive : Wednesday Jones and family in Jacksonville 10. 1SS.!) for the purrhasii
1 i Dec, 13 in frone"of Leila's. Garl Mathews, Mrs. 1). L. Silcox .
occasion. bridal luncheon given last Satur- for another tour. last Wednesday. U3I1O ll. Firad Cord COUllt Florida.Special .
day by Miss Elise Jones at her Judy Dankel! Sylvia Faulk and' Mrs. V. V. Hazen, Mrs. M. W. We all Tax School IHstrn \" t
The tea will be held at the regular 'Cr MAX VILLE are very sorry that Mrs. Miss Mickey Godwin of Jacksonville School Ponds, dated May I I. i ss.
ssler Mrs
club meeting on December 10 home in Gainesville. I Virginia Darby'transferred trom : C. WIlliams, Mrs. Willie Harris injured her foot last visited with Miss June with principal anti semi-annual; ..nt..r..t -
the Little 'Women's Club into the R. F. Young, and Mrs. J. K.: Kite. (1Ioi1 and Xovembei IIpal.It'
honoring all the new club memo Arrangements of white gladioli ., week when a can of flour fell on | Higginbotham last Saturday.Mrs. the
at <<
I Junior B. 'Nolan II Chemical Corn )Kihange :\-
Club C.
bers and members of the Junior and chrysanthemums were used at this meeting. By-Mrs.! it and hope she will be able to I Dewey McPherson and Bank New York. N, Y orti

Woman's Club. to advantage in decorating the I I Refreshments were served after 'James Blackshear &A. A.A &6&&&&& .A'A get around on it soon. I Kyle Cannon and daughter! Gin- Florida the option Bank of at the Starke.holdei. Starke at I iht,

Mrs. C. J. Houpt social chairman Jones' home-tor the occasion.:The I j I I the meeting by the hostesses, Mrs. Theatre Edward Edenfield and daughter -, ger, attended funeral services in Florida.Coupon.

and 12 committee members dining room table was centered i,i I den Matthews, chairman, ,1\1rs'l i iI Has Party Revival To Bet Long Branch Elaine left by bus Monday :j Jacksonville last Thursday for bonds <(
attended the meeting.Wesleyan ', hi1 a bnue's caice iced in pink,i i I Charles. Meister, Mrs. Sid Shut ord, ,L. Revival services will start on night to join his wife in Ohio. j'uau n.._ 'U'.UllL.Adkins,__". nomination 1-45U of $lI1tl.inclusue.each and maturing dr--

and flanking the cake were Airs joe uray, Mrs a. u. ttoit- Mrs. James Blackshear entertained -, Sunday night, Nov. 9 at the Long I Mrs. Ruby Durrance and son. ;; serially in lIulII'n 'al order

Guild ..naesmaio. lisunnes homing-tiny I;'f, zendorf Jr., and Miss Della Rosen at a small' theatre party, Branch Baptist Church. Rev. Jack Howard, Mrs. Dora Byrd and E.i i Named "War n May Amount 1, as follows tear: Amount

pompoms and sweetheart roses. berg. last Saturday afternoon for heron Hall of Green Cove Springs, pastor II C. Padgett were visitors in Jack 1559: IU.OIIU. IiiiiLi6O : j::. imo
To Meet Thursday die twelve guests weie served at .. Tommy, who was celebratinghis of'ti1 Russell Baptist Church, sonville last Saturday.Mrs. 1 ;.000. is 7o :: : '"tll,
Prosecutor 1SB1 16.000. 19711S72 :!UOO.(
,card tables in the'livingroom.' First Baptist WMU seventh birthday anniversary., will conduct the services and Dorothy Waters and family For flii2! : IK.OIIO., :: _':..11011
The Wesleyan" Service Guild, Following the luncheon the Following the matinee, Tommyand where will be special singing. The : enjoyed Sunday dinner with li63! 18.000. 1S73: ::::11.111111
Unit 1, will'meet with Mrs. M.V.. I Has Board Meeting his eight Alachua 19641S65 1S.OOO. 1974 :27 "HO
onde-to-be presented each of .her: friends enjoyed refreshments public is cordially invited to at- ( Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and f County IJt.tioO. 1S7.JI! ; :::!'iiistj.

1irclock.Cressler. Tuesday' evening at <::30 ..idal attendants with as personal I And 'Study Course at the home of Mrs. I tend. The revival will last all of lamily at their new home in Jack- I l 1966 .Otln.( '7t> .'ill',1)00.

Unit 2, will meet Tuesday eve gift Miss Jones presented the John Torode with Mrs. Torode assisting I next week. V sonville and visited, in the after- 'I' A. Z. Adkins Jr., Gainesville 1967! :21.000.:2o0th 1S77197S! t tj.n.loo.l16S : 000..

ning' at 7:30 o'clock at the home hcnorce with a piece of her The executive board of the First Mrs. Bleckshear in serving. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and noon, with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rob- attorney. was named Wednesday Certain of these Bondsarc subject -
chosen Baptist WMU met Tuesday at 11 j daughter Karen, Mr. and Mrs. erson and daughter. Little Jackie as Alachua County to redemption, prior to mal urJty
o' Mrs: R. S. Mullins with Mrs. silver as a memento of prosecutor by the dt tails of whuh may be ...e'c'urt'd -
Charles Meister as co-hostess. die occasion. a.rn4 followed 'toy( a covered dish I'Twining-Edge H nry" Griffis and children and Waters returned home with his 'Gov. LeRoy Collins. He succeeds from the Official Statement

V luncheon and business session presided Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilkinson attended grandmother for a visit. Osee R. Fagan, who resigned to The Bonds are general obligations
Among the guests this
attending -
of Tax S hool lUstrii
Sptcial N'o.
delightful affair were Mrs. H, M. over by the president, Mrs. :Mrs.. Ida Edge of Chattanooga the Homecoming Day Ser- Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bell of run for the State Legislature. 1 of Hradford Connt. Florida

Richaide of the State J. E. Hildebran: Tenn. and Howe Twining ot vices at the Black Pond Baptist Jacksonville were dinner guests \:>f Adkins is the son of the late I which District is coterminous with

DERK mother of, the bride-to-be,Farm Mrs. The:' program on work in the Starke were united in marriage Church last ''Sunday. Rev. Lester Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bell last Tues- Circuit Judge A. Z. Adkins of I prompt I'..ad ford payment 1
TA'RKE< FC':.' Margaret Buck of Palatka mother I Philippines was in charge of Mrs. Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock Taggart is the pastor of the day.Mr. Starke, and a cousin of Assistant faith) and credit of said District. i I'
I
J of the bridegroom-to-be, Mrs.E. I F. B. Bead leader of'Ida Darby|I at the Twining home, 408 Red- church there, he is the former. and Mrs. Bob Nolan and State Attorney J. C. Adkins ot irrevoiably pledged.Bidders .
r Circle. The closed{grave street with Rev. J. H. Ma- pastor son of Seville Gainesville. arerei1iited to name
MaxviUe and
-Fri-Sat. meetingwas Mr. .
Nov. 7, 8 K. Ferryman of Starke, and 'Jr. 'I and Mrs. the coupon rate or roles not exceeding -
with prayer: by Mrs. W. K. AI.ex. bry performing the ceremony. I Mrs. T. H. Edwards also attended J. C. Nolan and family of Jacksonville five per cent. Bids must besubmitted
Ward
DOUBLEFEATURE Mrs. Lake
Roy of City. Attending the, couple were Mr. I ('\1.1. FOR Mill* i on a form to be furnished
ander. I Homecoming Day services atj were Sunday dinner l by the Board such bid iiia. ,
to
MTOHii: :S. 1H..SScaled > i urnpanied -
and :Mrs. F. J.
ThelLaw. Pellum, Mrs. N. S. : Black Pond on' Sunday. guests of Hattie Nolan and family. bid.will IIP received by by a certified or bank ash-
Alumni Dance Dankel and A. J. Thomas Sr. I the 'ity rouncil of the of i ier's or treasurer's t'hi.-k in the
The WMU Mission Study Course Civic Club Carnival Successful Among the contestants at theBaldwin City
and Jake Wade I' A 'small reception for immediate Starke, Florida at the City Hall in amount of $9,111111.011. andulijei! to
Changed To Armoi was held in the Baptist recrea- Everyone who went to the Civic.I schcol last week, Edith Starke. Florida, until 7:00 o'rlntk the unqualified approving legal
Robert Taylor, RichardVidniark; y tion room Monday, 'tuesday, and friends was held following theeddlng Club Carnival 'in MaxviUe last I j)I Harris and Harriet Stanley were I*_ M., on Tuesday, Xovemlwr 18. I opinion, of Patterson. Ki'-,man.
:: I Hitharlsnn'a I"nil. Homl! Attorneys.
\ at IK5H
\ the home. at whirl time and U all
And Twining >
Friday Night V Wednesday of las week with I Thursday night Oct. 30 had a i)i running for duchess, Bobby Nolan l>ida r-i-fhfd will W publU-ly{ t>pen e .-d of. Jacksonville. lo'Id.
Let's Go Navy! Mrs. L. D. Haines mission study wonderful time. It was a'ery :', for duke, and Richard Bell for and read aloud on the following) Complete financial information
The Alumni Dance, sponsored by chairman, in charge. Miss Oelores WSCS Notice )I king. Bobby Nolan I Urgular gasoline, approximately i instructions to hid,1ir'f
arid I
Leo Gorrey and the Bowery Boys the Junior successful event the Club won as dukeand alinu( gallons. ward to successful bidder. hid
V Woman's Club, will not /
% Plus Serial McKnight, who has taught in the made money of it. We are all )I Richard Bell as king. They Hi-Test gasoline. approximately form copies of the Official Statement. -
Chapter So. 5 and I be held in the USO building, as Philippines, gave interesting; Circle" 4 of the First Methodist |' were awarded J 10,mill gallons. and other pertinent. material
Color Cartoon. looking forward now to seeing our ,. loving cups. So were may be obtained from the\ undersigned.
Kero.-ene, -
announced. It will beheld
previously WSCS will meet the home approximately :2000!
discussion of that at ot
area. the
j.building go up. If everyone will baby king and queen gallons. or from Pierce. Carrison.Vulbern ,
SUN. MON. I instead, in the Starke armory The "social ch irman, Mrs. Garl I Mrs. Drew Reddish, Tuesday, Nov.)] i Mrs. John North Alioit quantities for twelvemonths \ Pln1n'iald'iKt'1 x Serite. .
TUES. just get in there now and start and daughter- a .
k : ,, .. ,
l after the Homecoming game, 11" 8' period. \ In P 0. Box: 15 .7. Jacksonville -
at p.m. :Mrs. Ben
Nov. 9 10 11 Mathews, served a typical Philippine Moxleywill it will be ,Jewel were visitors in
Friday night, Nov. 'i, from 10 till pitching, soon a reality. < Macclenny The said 'ity reserves! the rightto I. Florida. The right to reject
be co-hostess. ,
DOUBLE FEATURE meal. On Tuesday night an Beside all of the booths and: Saturday. accept or reject any or all bids. any and all bids Js reserved
::1 a. m.Music. Indonesian dessert course' 'was Guild No. I will meet Tuesday i Miss Norma Jean CITY OF STAKKK, KlJOftlUA TIIK l-o.XKD OF PPISLh': IXsTirrcTiox -
eats at the club Maxville's own Carter- and
<<
My ,Man Godfrey I will be provided by Larry served. at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Hill Billy Band played throughout Olen Baxley of Middleburg attended Hy rarl Johns, City clerk1U,30 3t 7-14 "ol'XT10'1..0:111.IIBH.lI1'uRl I .A.It >
Gibson and his orchestra. Tickets :;r. W. Cressler. )' (.-) Harmon I' Morgan
June
Allyson and David Niven : Approximately 135 members at tile evening and were very good. j the football game in Baldwin $ ,
be purchased from Junior Guild No. 2 will also meet Tuesday eI-reaIy
may \OT1CK OK AI'HUCTIOFOB'
V ANDBLOOD tended the course. The band is ccmposed of Henry i Saturday night. II-6 :'t 11-1;
Club members or at the door for at 7:30 p.m. at the home ot i 'I'\:\: lIKiii '
ARROW and Buck Wellhausen, Harvey : Mr. and Mrs. F. B, Coleman L %..tIe Is ber..bglnn., that W. K.
$1.50 $1 Mrs. Bob Mullins
per couple, or stag. with Mrs. Charles
Art For Fun'Classes McPherson and Owen Knight 'and family had as their guests for Alderman the holder of the following -
Starring Scott Brady Tables may ''be reserved by Meister as co-hostess. certificates has filed said certificates -
I'lua Color Cartoon for Children with Tobey Rhoden of Macclenny: j> Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. for a tax det-d to I be EVERYBODY'SGOING
phoning Mrs. Joe Warren, Mrs. PlannedAt helping out on the piano occas-j j Buddy Browning and Mr. and sued thereon. The certificate I"'J

W d., Thur. Nov. 12, 13 Harry Elrod, or Mrs. S. K.' Marco. Woman's Club ACS Applications ionally. The singers were Evelyn i| Mrs. Ray Pellum and son of Jacksonville scription hers and years theProIertY.of issuance. ., and the de the

DOUBLE FEATURE Exceed AllowanceFor Coleman, Elsie Cannon, Gladys j Mr. and Mrs. James Cole- names in whith it was assessed areas I
Copeland Ida Lee Griffis Henry'man and daughter Jewel' North follows.Certificate: .
The Tall Men Beta Sigma Phi If Starke should develop intone and I Xo. 23: ; Year of IssuanceIte.scrintion TO'THE
Soil Bank and Buck Wellhausen and Owen 1!i; Vince Taylor and Lynn Post- 19iG:

Clark Gable, Jane Russell and The Beta Sigma Phi sorority of the art centers of Florida Knight. Beside the band the club' ell of Cecil Field Naval Air Sta- of tronTty| : Lot U &
some of the credit will to the V Xtof: Lot 46 in Law ley E. of Ninth Annual
-
Robert Ryan go :Final reports show thatHorida'armers. with !tion., I
will meet Monday evening at S sponsoied a contest Linda J,' IJy.Name.
Fine Arts of the i '
AND Department f have made application Waters and Frances Bell running There will be another dance at in which l axse.v-ed Fannie

The 3 Faces of Eve o'clock at the home of Mrs. George Starke Woman's Club for their t o place 138,132 acres under 1ll:>\\l as Queen and Harvey McPhersonand 'the MaxviUe Civic Club this Fri. Stewart.All f. said
> property being in thei'otinty Putnam
Flynn Jr., 520 Weldon street, sponsoring of an "Art for Fun"class Conservation Reserve programcontracts day night and County
})aid'a"I1f' Back Wellhausen running for'King. they will sell hot of Bradford. State of Florida
piuiC, Joatine Cartoon Woodward with Mrs. Robert Turner, co-host each Saturday morning beginning according to 0.' 1, \tc- Linda and Harvey won the' does, hambur ers and drinks.! Cnless suih certificates shall l... i
lor Nov. 8 at the clubhouse Arthur Administrative ledeemed according to law the .propel
State Ot-
Leonard
ess.TERWILLEGAR. contest and were crowned King Wilkinson, son of Mr. ty described in such certificateor
ftom 10 to 11:30: a. m. fi leer Agricultural' Stabilization and Queen.: Five prizes: were alsoon and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson!; Sr. lefti I I certificates will I... sold to the
The program is designed for, and Conservation Committee. i Monday for the highe.-t bidder at the court housedoor I FAIRNortheast
w by: Mrs. Dewey McPherson, service. on the first Monday in Month !
boys and girls between the ages The acreage t offered is nearly box of" groceries; ; J. R. Warren, a': ,J We are sorry to report that Mrs. of IVcemlier. 19-tS: which i i" theI I
of 7 and 15 'and its aim is to develop t hree times' as large as the State I C.E. Wilkinson, Sr. has day of ecember 1!15i! '
MOTORS toaster; Harriet Stanley, a doll; been ill l ated this 30, day of Oct., 19 5S.
the artistic qualities in a oal of 50,000 acres. The State allocation Mrs.,. C. B. Nolan, a bedspread and j' at her- HfHTIA- i,0f'. (OFFICIAL SKAL) I' Florida's

child, not by rules and dictating l for 1959 Conservation ReP auf McKevin, a cutlery set. We regret: that Mrs. Grace Pad CHAIILIJS .\. ItA m \",
Clerk Cradl'unll
methods but by encouragement,, serve contracts will permit the Dan Groves and daughter, Minnie gett has been sick for two or County of, Florida.Circuit of ,| BEST CATTLE SHOW

HOMECOMING SPECIAL! sympathy suggestion.,. and, where7' necessary,, acceptance of the offers of less made than by:39 farm-percent Macclenny and T. Saturday L.Manning and visited also in I will three soon weeks be and well.do hope Micces; that Susie she 11-6 4t 11-27: I Ifll'ItE (Judging Wed. & Thurs.)

ers.' As a result, farmers I \ OF APPI.ICITIOFOIl
''The class work will include many with Mr. and Mrs. Pat Griffis Harris and Rose Mary Wellahusen'I !; T\\: I1KKII:
1953 supervised drawing and paintingin will not be able to enter into one and family and Mrs. Edna Manning I went home from church Sunday: ;, Xotice is hereby given, that W. It.Alilerrain -AMore -
FORD CUSTOM of the long-term contracts to reserve and fixed the holder of the follow-
$345.00 various mediums a study! pf and family in Glen St. Mary. 'I Sunday dinner for :rand ing ceitificates hall filed said certificates -
a part of their land
; from
: FORDOR V-8. Radio and famous painters and tableaux of Mrs. Mary Griffis and children then late in the afternoon for a tax deed to be issued Than 30 Entries in
production of crops beginning in I thereon. The certificate
their paintings the j Susie visited with Rose numbers BEAUTY CONTEST
by
Heater. pupils. 1959. spent Monday visiting! Miss Minnie Mary. I and years of issuance the description -

Many features are planned suchas L Jlrs. Mildred local ASC Groves. Revival' At Holiness Church of the property, and the I 8 P.M., Thurs.
an outdoor painting session, Sapp Patty Parrish. Edith Smith. Revival services will start next I names follows in which it was assessed areas I
County Office Manager, reports :
pecial day when mothers will be Peggy Smith a'nd Sunday, Nov. 9 Week Long Activities
that available funds have been allocated Carolyn Brosky at the Congrega- I Certificate Xo. 44; Year of Issuance :
invited to paint along with their to counties. Under the put up a good fight along with tional Holiness Church and will I 1836Inscription I HIDES FOR THE KIDS!
I of property: Lot 3 of
The perfect tribute to f \ hildren, visits by artists and an I Tenservation Reserve regulations the other girls on the Baldwin i I run for one week' with the Rev. Blk. :2 in L. T. & C(':; !:. I>. i I

open house and clothes line exhibit for basketball Junior Varsity team I I Cleo SOITO of Georgia conducting., Name in whith as.-essed Louvenia NOV. 10-15
a cherished applications contracts had to I Koliinson. I
memory of completed work. be accepted in accordance with last, Wednesday, Oct. 29, even I The public is invited to attend. All of said property beiji.P. in the I

though they lost their with Shirley Higginbotham County of Hradford, State of Florida
Mrs. C. A. Knight, Chairman of a definite priority plan on the game and Mrs
: Unless such certificate shall IKS.11
Every funeral that we con. the Fine Arts Department announces basis of the percentage' of the Thomas Jefferson with a score of Hazel Wilkinson and daughter

duct is a source of sustaining V that Mrs. C. L. Scholl. farm land offered and the best 19 to 16. These girls look to beery Shirley went to the football game

jSolace and spiritual inspiration V who conducted similar classes at offer per acre. Of the nine harmers v promising this year. in Baldwin Saturday night. II _

to the family. t d t he Y. W. C. A. in Harrisburg Pa. applying for this program We are all so glad to learn that Little Miss Vickie Peters has returned -

for two years, will be in charge, funds alloted Bradford County Mrs: J. L. Strickland, our Clay to her home in Keystone'

Hundreds of details are managed and economical assisted by other club members. made it possible for only five to Hill corespondent who has been Heights after visiting with Mr.
be accepted now. ill in the Bradford County hospital and Mrs. Harry Padgett and family
ly attended to that only a trained and careful There will be no charge for the -
organization class and registration will begin; It is very doubtful that addi- was able to return home last, while her mother Mrs. Mar-

for serving is i can at hand.DeWITT perform. when the urgent need Saturday morning at ff:30: at the tional funds win become available. Saturday and we do all wish hera lene Peters was in the hospital.Mr. .

Woman's Club. All children between However, if such funds are avail- 'speedy recovery and Mrs. George Johnson

ages of '1 and 15 in the able other applicants will be considered We were glad to see two Max- [and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ,

C. JONES ommunity, who are interested hi; on their established priority ille children win the baby King: .I Robinson and family of Jackson- \) _

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE drawing, are Invited to attend. rating.Rites and queen contest at the Baldwin II vile, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hig-

PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4-2610 Carnival last Friday night. They I ginbotham and family had din Ic\:

We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and aecept Brownies To Meet WednesdayFor were Robin Smith, daughter of ner with Mr. and Mrs. Doss Hig-

ANY life Insurance policy in force issue by ANY company as With Girl ScoutsThe Mrs. Stolen 1 4_ _. _
in --
payment in full --
part or on funeral services Consultation ;
-'
,
carries no obligation. Brownies and Girl Scouts Mrs. Hattie Harris Stolen. 68, TERWILUGAR MOTORS

I will hold a combined meeting died Monday morning at her home Wiil car starttomorrow
your
b Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock iT! Lake Butler after a 'brief ill : r J .

6t the home of-Mrs.- J.. D. Warfen. ness. NEW 1959 FORDS ON DISPLAY 1. -
321 N. Myrtle street. She was born in Bradford Coun- 14 1 morning ?

ty. June 22. 1890. the daughter of *
The '
NOTICEWe scheduled regular for Friday.Brownie afternoon meeting has, the late'James and Lizzie Fmley NOW. AH l Colors and Body Styles. f & > *

.been postponed to the_above date Harris. 'rtJ., Before you say yes, think ", hen it was that you had your

due to the conflict of tune wit 'Besides her husband, Seymour I last battery check. ,
V
the Homecoming Stoten, she is survived by one Stop in TODAY and Get Your
parade: And ivc a thought to the age of the battery itself.
daughter Mrs.
Bertie :Mae J-'or-

have enlarged the building of Norman-Harderibrook sythe of Raifordr two brothers, New Ford! It's hard to be certain, isn't it? But it'. not Hard to stop

John Harris of Kaiford, and Tom by our Cities Sen ice elation and fiuJ out for cure the

.Johnson & Son Grocery and moved :Mr. and Mrs Troy Norman ol Harris of Sampson City: and one -- condition of your battery.
sister Mrs. Jessie Griffis of Kai
Starke announce the marriage ot And it's good to know that tfjLt
The Farmers :
ford-
Supply into the new addition their daughter, Cynthia Karleena: Funeral OQJifflVER'S you should need a replace
services were held In PROTTCT
to Edward Hardertbroofe, son ot: license
have the best...the
the Lake Butler Christian Churchat ment, we
just ACROSS
THE STREET Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hardenbrook
: Service dry-charged
3 p.m. Wednesday with Kev Cities
of Starke. The wedding took C. P. Tri-Fill Battery. The dry-
Dance
FROM 'OLD LOCATION. place Oct. 18 at Folkston, Ga. officiating. BUY
Burial Tri.Fill need water
was in the family plot charged
The couple is'residing at 558 W.
in Brown three times in
Cemetery near Starke, only year
Call street.
with DeWitt C. Jones lo'uneralHome LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCE normal use and- lasts up to

in tharge"of arrangements 70% longer.Have .

St. Edward's Altar
battery checked
your

The FARMERS Society Plans PartySt. Recent Births No Membership Fees 6 Mo. Policies tomorrow. And have a look _________________

SUPPLY ilr and Mrs,,Carl Cox-of. Gran at our dryo'bar&ed.Tri.FiU CITIES 5EPMH

Edward's I Altar Society is din announce tUfc birth of a son, battery too. _ _ _

giving a Tupper Ware party Tuesday Carl F. Cox Jr., on Oct. 31 at
PHONE:1 WO 4-3951 'eO evening, Nov. 11, at's o'clock| Doctors Hospital.

Brownlee & in the Parish Hall to which the JMr, and Mrs-. Lewis Smith ouT DOYLE CONNER AGENCY I SILCOX CITIES SERVICE

Cherry Sts. Starke, Fla. public is invited. Door prizes w Starke announce the birth ofijson a ; I.E. J

be given and rerre.- ments ren'e' Dogan Lewis on Oct. :31 at "W.'Cairst. Phone: WO 4-4301

No :price for ad issloL Bradford County Hospital. I I 705 Temple Avenue Starke, Fla..




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and Mrs. Lester Robinson Mir. and Mrs. D. P. Orr of- North #. x.' xp1
o) Tallahassee will be weekend Branch, Mich were overnight + F

guests of Mr. and Mrs. James guests Monday of Mrs. Carrie ,

Lewis. Ward while enroute to Oneco, Fla.
Mrs. J.,B. Sapp was visiting her Mrs! L. W. Hieatt and childrenof
Sister! Mrs. Donnie. Moose in -
Orlando will be weekend guestsof C'V
Gainesville on Tuesday.. ( Mrs. Pauline Torode. VV a; .
Misses Jackie and Pat Hobbs of x a
Mrs. i2
O.
T. Feamster returned ; L
Tallahassee will be home for to her home in V
Newport News, Va.
Homecoming weekend. on Monday after spending a week 'V
Mr and Mrs. H. B. and
Kelly
,
with x
Mr
and
Mrs. Rudolph Sink ,
children and Mr.. and Mrs. J. k.Rattlerson and family. V V V Nei if s sB Y

of Gainesville, were bin. and Mrs. J. R. Hixon have .
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and .3
Mrs. J. R. Kelly. had as guests, Mr. and Mrs. Orville "
Harris of St. 2x ,4
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hughes and Petersburg over xi. J1
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a
the weekend and Mr. and Mrs. J 1
Paul.Hughes and son. Robert of :
Frank Hixon of Savannah, Ga. on
Naylor, Ga. were Sunday visitorsof d
I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lee. Monday night. 3,
Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and daughter Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville

,- Miss Gloria Johns, ot Jacksonville was visiting Dr. and Mrs. W. E. III k z E s
Middieton J
were on Sunday..
visiting Mrs. T. J.
Griffin on Sunday. Mrs. Erma Netherland of Louis

i Mrs. George W. Bishop, HI, of r ville; Ga. spent the weekend with
Charlottesville, Va. spent last her daughter, Mrs. B. L. Moxleyand tw dx :

week with her parents, Mr. and family.Mr. ,-
Mrs. Lex Green. She was accom and Mrs. Ed Ensor of Jacksonville t
panied home by her brother will spend the weekend a ,

Michael, who is going through the with Mrs. Bertha Pearce. g

University of Virginia speech Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Crosby returned

clinic for two'weeks. to their home in Albu V
Mrs;'Fred Guy and A. Z. Ad querque, N. M. on Wednesday J..V ..

kins, Jr of Gainesville will visit after a week's visit with Mr. and a4JV
their mother, Mrs. Adkins" Sr. Mrs. Charlie PowelL t

Friday evening while here for M. G. McMillan was 1 In Miamiover x p '

Homecoming ( the weekend attending a 4 1 ___
Dick Torode underwent minorsurgery meeting of the Florida Society of

in Riverside Hospital on Professional Land Surveyors of

Wednesday He is expected to remain which he is a member of the

there until Friday. Board of Directors. 1 V Wayne Parrish, FFA member from Brooker. shows his prize
Rev. Donald Kokomoor Mr. and Mrs. Junius :
attended Smith will
V winning corn to Harry Rabb, American Legion Post 56 Commander I
,the Methodist Adult Conference have as weekend guests Mr. andMrS.
Council in Lakeland on Charles Mvprs of .Tacksnn. f. __ and president of the Bradford Fair Association. I
Tuesday'and Wednesday.Mrs. ville, Mr. and M-Nat-; b; ,'1 r

Ben Cook and children of and Dr. and Mrs. Sam Sternberg, V. A ,
Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and of Daytona Beach, and Mrs. G. A V
Mrs. Adolph Gay on Saturday. K. Bennett and son, Kemble, of r ?! V
SP-3 Theodore Goodge of Fort Orlando.

Sill, Okla. left last Thursday Mrs. M. L. Lawson and daughter .. '
evening for two years further Sally, visited Mr. and Mrs; 1Rx Isla' 9 pPha V4 .
duty in Europe after spending 30 Guy Dyal in Green Cove Springson E .

days leave with his parents. The Sunday. s tJI
night before he left 30 membersof Mrs. D. J. Morriss of Washington "
waIX'rx
the Goodge family enjoyed a ; D. C. arrived Wednesday to

supper party in his honor and also spend the remainder i of the week '

honoringthe! birthday of Mrs. A. with her,sister, Mrs. C. A. Knight. x ; ..

L. Goodge.. Mrs. Knight will also have as I 4 Nv : %
Mrs W. B. Sewell and Mrs E. weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. *

D. Bedenbaugh spent the weekendin E. Powell and son, John, of Jack- 1:. VV -aa w,
Orlando Winter Park and L sonville.

Leesburg.Mrs. Mr and Mrs. M. W. Lance .
4k ._" '",,_d'<<_ -V'O.rt:: -
Viola Johnson of English, spent last week visiting friends rzs"Cowboy"
Ind. has purchased the I. E. Clarkhouse and relatives in Fernandina 4V V 'V'r
, at 403 N. Walnut street. Beach St. Simons Island, and [ \/ Doyle E. Conner Jr. proves he's a match for any ..
The Clarks have moved to Ala- Waycross Ga. stubborn pony colt as he lends a hand in arranging exhibit of f ,' .j. '.
'
Dr. C. J. Houpt was in Boston, Shetland ponies at the Bradford. County Fair last week ,...''
At V V \r'v k, <<# + jf'k f7 m.'M'I
Mass from 'J 1, ,.. 4-t. '0 ;"'WiI.'C'
Sunday to Thursdayof fL ;: ir1 t. ':
last week
attending the 31st
This grand champion! Landrance sow, owned by Marvin Rosierof
annual Clinical Assembly of the
bama.Florida American College of Osteopathic ; Lawtey, gives nourishment to her three-weeks-old offspring dur-
1 Surgeons.Mr. ing a lull in activities at the fair.

l and Mrs. D. S, Wescott of 4 -
Tampa will be weekend guests of
Sen. and Mrs. C. E. Johns. UNICEF Drive
e
:Mrs.: Merrill Edwards.and fam
I THEATRE: ily visited !Mrs James Kinchen in t'ti Nets $156 For Use

Jacksonville on Saturday Of United NationsTop
Mr.. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomasof

SAT.:, NOV. 8 ONLY Brooker were Sunday dinner / collectors in the UNICEF

DOUBLE EJ\TURE- guests o? Mr. and Mrs. Paul .1 Trick and Treat drive to collect

,. Faulkner. Richard Cain FFA member, is shown with his cage of grand ___ imds for the world's needy chil-

"arid=! RORY CALHOUN- Col. T. T. Long visited his son, I champion White Leghorn pullets. IQY (!ren last Thursday night, under

Dave, at Wilmington, Dela. from __ the sponsorship of the Methodist

..... AMCHERRITtf Wednesday to Tuesday. Youth Fellowships, were George
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Lee and Opa NV\ 'atten' Jr., Harold Tyus, and Jun-

.' .. Ro'. family of Tallahassee are spending t aF 't. I ius M. (Butch) Smith Jr. A

,, IronxrxaxnlK the weekend with her parents. t r. total of $156.20 was brought inVly
III EASTUA1 COLOR Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling, Sr. l ': \ t > the seven teams which covered

AND Mr. and Mrs., J. M. High of I Itarke, and included members or
Jacksonville x Junior, Intermediate, and Senior
spent the weekend z,
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. \pt; 't : ;,' a Fellowships, and their fnends.
The tb 0f flight from tenor 1. M. Edwards off; The
Sr. The family had a young people met at the
t''h' a Honeymoon isa q family reunion on Sunday for s church where they were divided

masterpiece Mr. Edward's birthday anniver- into teams and enjoyed a spaghetti -
i of _
suspense
"aryv yyofC supper served by the Wom

.a.. hill Mrs. Alice Andersen spent sev- an's Society under the direction
DORIS DAY ?oral days last week with Mr. and C ol Mrs. Titus Olson.

./ LOUIS: JOURDAN Mrs. I. B. Barton in Orlando. 1 Voss At 8:30: p.m. the teams returned
,
BARRY SULLIVAN Miss Marceline Hicks is replacing ? 1 to the church and enjoyed

FRANK LOVEJOY Mrs. Russell Eberle at Brad- t lIt/ cookies and punch while the money -
'ord Furniture Corp.. / / WilUTHTTil i Dorothy It tfefU Bradford Home Demon- was counted and the winners
/
% Mrs. Edward Burns Miss Clara ,'" J '7 tration Ageipresident nt, arid judges, Mrs. II. B. Peyton determined. The amounts raised

Y IIwWhWNrr..a teaman. Rev. R.E. MacBlain and R S!like Woman's Club, and Mrs. Alice' by teams were- : Group 1, $6.ti5;

Mrs. Herbert Thomas, attended 1 t : .< 't t 'e1'r.A06uA3.iil. #J Jones, FP&I, demonstration agent from Lake Group 2, $41.59: Group 3, $llS.U';

Sun., Mon. Nov. 9, 10 the Episcopal District. meeting in ... 'jtJn.. _J. H- ,; City, exams te a pan: of flaky biscuits in the Group 4, |15.13; Group 5, J25.03;
Lake City on Wednesday. +. KYt 4, ... r I '''1 J. I. home Group 6, $12.48; Group 7, $1tl.J3.The .
ezhibi it ,
: L. area.Sheriff
Mr. and Mrs. John Frye and ; ']i.Md7tliRR5@AdgirKU.. '. ...,' .N"M". .....C' I.UuJ& winners were figured on the
hpfirett' Submarine Jrcttiret daughter of Cleveland, TenI were V V V average, according to numbers on
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. : the team. The three boys winning
GLENN fORD Herbert Thomas. P. D. Reddish [left] I averaged $8.35. -

ERNEST BORGNiNE Mr. and Mrs. ,Marvin Andrewsof .'' J,, '" _u_ and Senator Charley E. As a reward the winners Will
I Ozark, Ala. are visiting Mr. :' \, Johns shew their expert t\ be special guests, with their dates,
""':" ,
wna...... .N.- : r '
and Mrs. R. at the
next
O. Dansby and. family techniques. in sampling fish ;. family night supper
: muAf t toils: week., '. held at the Methodist Church.
fttowovt ntocKoi anti hushpuppies
: at rural- ,',.
Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss Manice .< IiI.- urban event. po.{ ; I This is the third year that the

Plus "Scoutmaster Anderson of Archer spent the .. N _'"'. group has participated in the
!:art on. Magoo"1 weekend with Mr, and Mrs. E. M. :- ;4 Y United Nations program. In lUJ6::
Davis. i the collection was about 150 and
.Mrs. M. H. Coliey has r tt < last the amount
Tues. returned '" year was ?yi.\
Wed. Nov 11 12"HypoChondri _
; -
."" titer two weeks in Washington. ?> g More young people participatedthis (
D. C.. visiting her son-in-law and Bill Graham [left] and County Commissioner IL A. Bishop Jr. year and alj enjoyed the tub
daughter; Mr and Mrs. Howard turned in their usual efficient performance as chief cooks at' the > :. r f of the evening as well as the help

5'alzmah d baby daughter, Lest Stark Rotary Club's rural-urban fish fry, a highlight of the fair.. I they brought to a good cause.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chancey and
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tors. John Hamilton of,West Palm [Photos Courtesy Gainesville Daily Sun]. !k, Rites WednesdayFor
Beach and Charley Roberts of f ,

td.M M Igiy111 Lake Butler were last Thursday Al Hartmann is getting along, Bill Morar of FSU spent the ;: W'- 7. Robert Lee Sapp

c ,. ... isitors of Mr. and. Mrs. Wesley nicely following Tues- r,
surgery on weekend with Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Robert Lee two and hair
tndrews.Mr Sapp,
.1..t
day of last week at Bradford Lawson and Miss Lawson.Mr. .
Agnes ;
., and Mrs. Harry Elrod Jr. months old son of Mr. and Mr;.
Pius Cal" Savemoved <'from Saratoga County Hospital. and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins were '' Charles Sapp of Lawtey, died suddenly -

Cartoon. Heights to the Charles Harris Mrs. M. F. Brown and mother in St. Petersburg on business over ,- ;. Monday morning at the res
Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald, spent Thurs- the weekend. z "f ; 3 : ,
home 315 L:1 idence. He was born in Starke on
Thurs, Fri Nor 1314 Mr. at.and Mrs Myrtle O. F.avenue.Siemer. Sr.' day to'Monday in New Port" Richey Miss Vivian Garcia, a freshmanat l'i..' Aug. 20, 1968. ,
visiting Col and Mrs. J. W. Mc-
Iw t ehlryy, 1 "n Road 16 East have moved to Jacksonville University spent 4 +"r.'t'fA.0: Besides his parents, he is BUT

ura 110, E. Adkins street. Neer., Mrs. Fitzgerald remained the weekend with, her parents at .,;.:. .. ','.. 1 M vived by a brother, Charles Jr.,
v:,, ,. Mr and ,Mrs: Paul Hutchins with the McNeers for a visit. their Camp Blanding home. and a sister, Joy Lynn Sapp, ana

Mis. John W. Griffin of Ochlo- Mr. and c grandparents. _
Mrs.
BLACK. and family have rented the Kin-i E. L. Matthewsand 4tf
? chnee, Ga. and Mrs. W. H. Funeral services were held Wed-
aid apartment on N. Walnut daughters, Anne and Betsy
$gIy.r G R street' I I Thompson, Jr. and son. Henry, of attended the fail meeting of. the nesday at 2 p.m. in the DeWitt C.
.. Monticello wilt the weekend Jones Burial
spend ChapeL was In
Mrs. Florida Press Association
: alwrrww MrAnd Merritt Williams : at Silver
"" ;. ,- with their parents Mr. and Mrs. N Evergreen Cemetery.
of St rte.arid Mrs.M,K;Williams Springs last weekend.
I F. F. Stump.Mr. .
md; son. Jim, of Eustis sPent the Mrs. Harold Norman has returned 5
'pjilj "Cloak and Stagger" weekend in ShelbyyUle. ky. where and Mrs. W..Norsworthyand home after an extended rt $ -

Cartoon: ? they attended the funeral of Mrs. son of Neptune Beach were visit with her daughters i in Indiana Mrs. C. J. Cone of Brooker Is
.,,,q ,* Mrs. M, H. Williams, Sr. on Friday weekend guests of Mr. and. Mrs. Wisconsin and Pittsburgh, spending this week with her son

afternoon. Guy Andrews. Pa. in-law and daughter, Mr. and
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Bradford oters Veto Amendments MAYOR'S COURT i Pecan Auctions HOSPITAL, ADMISSIONSThe 1 }ne chasis-19S9, two-ton truck cab and hers and years of issuance. the description -|I[ County of Bradford State of Florida
minimum
; of 151-in. of the property and the''{ Unless such certificates shall be
following patients wheelbase. 8-cycIinder i
1 J The docket of Mayor's Court were admitted 175 H. P. minimum names in which it was assessed areas I I I redeemed according to law the property -

Only 22 Per Cent Cast Ballots was session light with at the five Monday defendants morning forfeiting May Not Be Held pital during to Bradford last week County: John Hos Paul, rear.823X20 2-Speed 10-ply Heavydutymotor rear tires axle,front 5 forlll'aadspeed and, Certificate 195C follows: 15; Year of Issuance '' or highest certificates described bidder will at in the be court sold certificate to house the


bond by not appearing and .Bennefield,.Jo. .Ann- .Adcox, of Lawtey.JE'.ssle'.The !. ttmt N..transmission 3 direct in 5th. Description of Property: Com. at a door on the first Monday in Monthof
}'t. at Cor of St. St. & Lake December. 1958. which is the 1
until ma Hitch William Ave
one case postponed Saturday, ,
,
OneHeavduty 8 In.
- single cylinder & on W. side of day of December, 1958.
1 ness. man CDS out 01 four Bradford Judicial, and County candidateson Nov. 8. R. B. A.- Bessent, Joyce vyilma Varnes,' double-arm Class 11 Hoist. N. 29 ft.V.. St. St.. run
Alvarez. assistant, direc- 14-ton 70 ft. S. JO ft., E Dated this 30 day of Oct., 198.OFFICIAL ;; .
county registered voters the ticket Edna.Lois Smith', Clara Bell Mason -, capacity and 8-guage 70 ft. Par with Lake
Ave. SEAL
were unopposer except A charge of failure to have ve-. tor of Florida State ; Farmers steel platform body, 12-Ft. to FOB ( )

turned up at the. polls in Tuesday's for a few, scattered write-in hide under control, causing an Markets said yesterday :that due of Keystone Heights, Cleva.J. 96-In. wide, overall, 6 stake long big Name W. of in IJy.which assessed Pearl G. CHARLES Clerk of A.Circuit DARDY.of Bradford
unexciting General Electionto Carson'of Keystone Heights, Kdith! pockets on each side and 4 stake Hein.
votes, obviously intended as a accident against Robert Louis Tac- I to the extreme light crop In this pockets County, Florida.
I'I on
give a complimentary vote to Joke. cia was postponed until Saturday, area 'no plans have been made for Hodgeman of Lowell- YL, Joe Allen cross members rear with, 4-In.5-In.channel longitudinal a---All of said property being in theTERWILLEGAR 11-6 4t 11-27:

(Unopposed local candidates and Bradford voters turned down Nov. 8, at 10 a.m.. Bond on the holding the usual, pecan auction Byrd, Robert Dodd of Lake I-beam with 48-in 10-guage
follow rest Butler Ruth F. Lee Ethic steel bulkhead with side wings
the of Florida in turn ; Lawton '
Constitutional : sales
Amendment No. 1 charge is .$27 at the Starke Farmers Mark-. and peepholes. Painted and Installed -
ing thumbs down on the proposed by a vote of 414 to 237. This was I Two defendants appeared both et. Crawford, and villiam P. Wilsonof on City of Starke truck MOTORS
Keystone Heights. chasis with minimum of 84-In.
chain"
"daisy amendment to the the
so-called "daisy chain" pro- Alvarez said that cab to axle
on two charges. Butch Mas- growers are dimension. Bidders to
State Constitution. posal providing that voters would being contacted and it' is Also Florence Margaret Plucker quote F.O.B. at their plant. Federal -
possible
worth was charged with reckless! of Lake Butler Norman tax not to be included.
H.
Patrick
Although 5,252 voters have to -
accept all that
are registered proposed constitutional one sale might be held if i it

here, only 1,141, about 22 amendments as a driving, causing an accident and Is found'that' volume is' sufficient of Lawtey, Joseph B. Wright, to The accept said or City reject reserves any or the all right bids. 1959 FORD TRUCK SPECIAL!

pet cent; balloted Tuesday. package deal and would not have ,with having nO driver's license. and growers want; Shirley Lavon Napier of Lawtey,, CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDA

Bradford voters .gave Spessard the right to accept some and reject He pleaded guilty on both charges.On It is estimated that the Della Frances Norman 'of Lawtey, By: Carl Johns City Clerk.
f crop Hazel Eberle, Daniel R. Weeks,i 1030 3t 11-14 $ .00 NEW RED V 8 PICKUP
I,. Holland. Democratic nominee others. the first he was lined )27 with here is only about 15, per cent of Bobby Dean Baldree of Green -

for U. S. Senator. 1016 votes, to County voters also rejected sentence suspended but put on the yield in a normal year. County Cove VOTICE TO DEFEND On NOW!
Lottie I Display Special
Springs, T. Alford of Ala- 07J.
to .
123 for his' Republican opponent, Amendment No. 2 by a vote of probation for 30 days. On the no Agent G. T. Huggins attributesthe florluai Cbr lt Cenrt.. Bradford Gouty
chua, James T. Lingerfelt of Chaacerr.
Mid-
Ieland.Hyzer.. 306 to 207. This provided for driver's license charge he was slim output, to black scab, dleburg, Bessie Case No. 12-653 Price This Week Only.
Riley
Wilbur King, the Democratic abolishing the office of CountySolicitor sentenced to pay a fine of $27 or last years webworm attack, and Myra: Nell Clark of Green Taylor Cove and nelle Truby Slade C. Defendant Slade Plaintiff, vs. Jua-

nominee for Railroad Commission in Hillsborough County.In five days. wind damage, all of which have Springs. NOTICE TO APPEAR

Group 1, received 967 to 130 statewide totals Holland received Louis Johnson, also pleaded weakened. the trees. TO: Juanelle Slade, whose resi
Colored admissions were: Dean- dence and address is: Co| J. W.
for Republican Andrew Sandegren. 350.923 to Hyzer's 152385. guilty on two charges, one of no Eubanks of Putnam Hall,, Pope, Route 2, Douglas. Georgia [Hie Living Scriptures_ byjacktyiwn
The Republican opponents of reckless driving while You are hereby notified that
Jerry W.
Carter Democratic nomi- drinkingand a suit
6 '
for Commissioners King and Carer one of excess ar_Pile-up Christer Ann Hutchison of Haw for divorce and support of minor Two Bells with Much in Common,
nee Railroad Commission, speed while thorne, Terry Bernard Long, Emma children has been filed against you
Croup; polled 962 to 149 for his polled surprisingly heavy votes. drinking. He was fined $52 or Williams, and in the above name Court and cause

Republican' opponent Louis W. Sandegren received 237,412 toKing's 10 days on each count. Brings Damages Cynthia Denise and you are required to serve a
Flowers of Putnam Hall.. copy of your answer or pleading to
Ingram. 294,000, while Ingram poll Those forfeiting bond ''by nonappearance the complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney -
ed 192,023 to Carter's 2< f,560. James Of $2,500'It A. J. Thomas. Jr. 203-5 Tem ,
All other ,were H. Hanna
state Congressional WANTED ple Avenue, Starke, Florida and file
Clean
Cotton
On a statewide basis voters rejected running red Rags the
a light, bond 512; Sam original in the office of the
the daisy chain amendmentbut Bennett, no driver's license Damages estimated at Clerk of the Circuit Court on or -'I.' ..
bond $2,500 resulted No Pant No Shirts, Host Be before the 17
W; C. T. it. approved the one abolisninthe g $52; Ray Edwin Harris, reckless from A six- ar pile-up on a otherwise the day allegations of November of, 1958 said; _

office of County Solicitor in driving with excess speed 'bond wet U. S. Highway 301, south, Clean. Bradford County Tel Complaint will be taken as con x z t i r: I'a

"PROHIBITION EMPTIED THE Hillsborough County. $27; George Brown, running red early last Friday afternoon. teased This notice by you.shall be published .: J nr
graph. once
Ftlcc ,
JAILS. REPEAL, .IS FILLING Rep. Syd Herlong, incum'DentDemocratic '' light In school zone, bond *U; The chain'reaction' accident was each week for four consecutive weeks ,f A tcctl. at

THEM. Congressman in the and Alex Fowler, public intoxication in the Bradford County Telegraph.

touched off when Annett PhiUips, Dated this 15 day of October, 1958. 4
bond $27. Starke colored NOTICE TO CREDITORS (OFFICIAL SEAL) t
,
woman, attemptedto Florida Statutes CHARLES A. DARBY.
Men's Clothing make a left turn from 301 as Ia The Co.rt Of The County Judge, Clerk of the Circuit Court.

ALVAREZ'STORE: I 5th District, and Rep.. Paul Rogers, she was headed south. She gave I Bradford In Probate.County Florida Clerk.Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy 1'l: Y j"
Established
1894Ritch's Democratic incumbent in the 6th the correct signal, but was pre In re: 'Estate of Milton H. Lang 10-1S 4t 11-

District, won ,out over their Re vented from turning immediate; !}: To Deceased.AU -
Creditors and .
due 'to northbound traffic. Car perae. Hav- XOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
publican opponents. Rep. Billy tag Claims or Demaada Agalai .
TAX .
DEED
Matthews. 8th District No. 2 behind her managed to stop, Said Estatct Notice ia :
Democrat
r hereby
given that W. R.
: was unopposed.In but car No. 3 was following too You and each of you are hereby Alderman tha.holder of the follow .r
t&Gifts notified
Fruit and required to
Fla
Starke present any
ing certificates
close and bumped into No.2, causing claims and demands which has filed said certificates !
the First you. o r for a tax
deed
to be
District Incumbent issued 7 'STAND'
r '. "' either of you may have against the FAST Ti+EREFCREINTNEUBERTYWNEYE
it to
: : bump No. l. Southbound thereon. The certificate
ls+ -- .. republican Rep. Wm. C. nom
.. --.' ;r -,,' Cramer estate of Milton H. Lang, deceased bers and -
t \ of St Petersburg defeated his car No. 4 likewise managed to late of.. said County, to the County scription of;years the of property issuance, and the de the WITH CHRIST HATH MICE \= a/

stop, but No. 5 Judge of Bradford County, Florida, *
Democratic challenger, Winton was following names in which it was assessed! areas WF2EE 6ALS1Sponsored
at his office .
in the court house of follows I / .,
J : -
too :
.J King. close, bumped into N 0., said County at Starke. Florida, Certificate No. 16; Year of Issuance --
4..touching off another chain re- within eight calendar months from 1956 ;Y
",fis n1w.1 Nationwide, the Democrats action. Car No. 6 was also following the time of the first publication ot Description of Property All W % -
9
/ Wt H .:1: surged in Tuesday's elections to too close and this notice. Each claim or demanshall of Blk. 5 S of R 4 W E of W line "
into'No.5 '
: ; bumped be in '
et their greatest control of Congress writing and shall stat of NE14 of SW% Temples S-Di i
etc, etc., etc. : the place of residence and post of.: Name in which assessed Rufus Ills
\, s'. t since New Deal days. (ice of the claimant, and shall be s-
Cars 2, 3, 4 and 6 were'out of. sworn to by the claimant, his agent, byAll of said property being in thor e

i state, while No. 5 was driven b y or attorney, and any such claim County of Bradford, State of Florida

WANTED CUSTOMERS Lloyd Lamb of Gainesville. Lamb. demand..not so filed shall be void.. Unless such certificates shall be r =
In Eertha L. Lang redeemed according to law the property .
7t Starke. and Keystone Heights and the drivers of Nos. 3 and 6 As executor of the Last Will and described In such certificate

FOR FRESH EGGS were charged by State TroopeM. Testament of Milton H. Lang, de- I. or certificates will be sold to the
,. N. Sellers with ceased. highest bidder at the court housedoor
)via SOc A DOZEN following toe First' publication 10-30 '1958. on the first Monday in Month by members of the Madison Street Baptist Church
Same Price All close, causing an accident. Theyan ; 10-30 it ii.:%!0of| December 1958, which is the 1
6c4 Year Round pleaded guilty and paid ;3t day of December, 1958.
y'M ; Ai WILL CALL, FOR BIDS Dated this 30 day of Oct., 1958.
14 t DELIVER TO fine each. The U,500in damageswas OCTOBER :28. 1958 (OFFICIAL SEAL) --

HOMES covered by insurance. Sealed bids will be received by> CHARLES A. DARPY,
the City Council of the City JfIn Clerk of Circuit of Bradford
L21: SCHOOLS Starke.Florida, at the City Hall County, Florida. Sell It Rent It Trade Iton

RESTAURANTSBILL WANTED Clean Cotton Starke,, Florida, until 700 o'clock; 11-6 4t 11-27!
U..S.: 301' SOUTH .- STARKE, FLA. PH.: WO 4-0575 Bags P. M. on Tuesday, November 18, '

Ornamental l Concrete Products TESKE No Pants, No Shirts, Must Bfl Xo.1958.I Bids or Item may be No.submitted 2 separately on Item NOTICE APPLICATION For TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Rt., 1, Box 85-C collectively. At 'which time and Notice is hereby TAX DEED given that W. R. \\VITH A
"WHOLESALE TO Phone Clean. Bradford place all bids received will be
EVERYONE" Keystone Heights S674 County'rele- publicly Alderman the holder of the following
opened and read aloud the
on certificates has tiled said certificates -

graph following Item %! .. :I for a tax deed to be issued 20 WORDS OR LESS. Omt Insertion (Mlolmim Charge) __ .n

i .'-' ---=----- thereon. The certificate numNO --..-,-.-".-..nnITln"-----_.--..-'-. wnRn-- ---- O"IIR- --- o _- -______..____ _______________ 4 n_ _P_n. W.._ __"_

Tour 20.% DISCO t.\T O.\: REPEAT INSERTION SAME AD

.V' EMBER Community Calendar of Q.ateaVm be presented monthy as a public service by Kt ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS l. OR ADS NOT PAID HT APVAKCB.ft.25 .

LocalFmance-Co., Clip the Calendar and use- blank spaces to list dates' to be', CLASSIFIED DISPLAY! ____--___ Per lack Fleet I.un".
rem embered. 91 MO PER: INCH FOR SINK AD R IF.p. ATF.n 0\B OR MORi TINE
Organizations are invited to Calendar for
use listings. CARDS OF THANK (I'p T* 50 Wards) ______ ____ IM

OVER so WORDS __ __ u_._-___ __ 4 (>.<. Per W.r.

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY MEMORIALS AND! RESOLUTIONS! --______________ 4 O.t. Per W.rd

: -
FOR SALE-White face cattle. 21 FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs
1 brood cows, 17 heifers and 1 bull. apartment, 2 bedrooms. Contact Mrs.

C. It. Fereuson! Lawtey. 2tthg. PaiilfJayniond_ 241 South St. tfchg
.0
REE-Double cylinder hook up apartment, large halt Phone WO
. for cost of gas ONLV. Slade Gas Co. f..:.!I. tfyhg.
'. : : .: .
: tfchg.FOH
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FOR RENT-3 bedroom nftfurnlbhedhniisp.
r ,
GO ," '. .. :... ?. .. ;_. ::. RE Furnished first floor Inquire at Bus Station. ItchgFOR
'' -: ." ,'. !,' .i' .. ." apartments. Close in desirable loation. I
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: .
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: .' ; ',.. 1\; '! .- .. _' All conveniences. W. H. SALti-Fenta process treated
< : ; : '. I Vollman, 228 \V. Mad son St. tfchg I fence posts. 4 miles North on sui.
: ,: : :. ; 1" : ; I Green & Bakken Post Co. tfch
: ;C.
.
; : /OR RENT--or Lease--Johnson's WO WE HAVE a new loan program for
Farmer Supply Building. Phone
farmers. Loans
; -45M tfchg oi 1 to 5 years
: -- for the entire credit require
2 ': 4" '.- ments of the farmer and his tam
3 5 .
I 6 ily. Gainesville Production Credit
'
\ 7 8 KEROSENE Association, CO Worth Main,
'.. Gainesville. !'Ia. tfchf
: : SMOKELESS ODORLESS

,. '. ...'.. "' 15.9 Per Gal All RADIOS Make -REPAIRED AU Ii...
leiMiable
\. TO'. .. .'. .. ", .BHS.d. Charges oar./eel
o "

.. .,. ", : .. '_ .. .. ,'i..1;'>.,-. .: :.'. ." :'- :." :.,",' -- '. ,: :. '. .- 'HOMECOMING AT YOUR IMPERIAL SHEPHERD'S lama Greea RADIO, Owarr A TV
> are W. Call
M.
Pheae \VO401
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'. ....', .:,. -":,.,; ."t'"!.I. """. fs1" '" 1,,'.,.. ,. ./ DINNER SERVICE STATION lit arkr, Fla.FOR T
'
'r 1 : ,-I". "' :: -- ; AND GAME\ Hiway 301 North Stark I SALE-14 in X 11 ft steel

>: < : I culvert pipe, $UIi ft. ALSO Build
7 : ing lots for sale Im S nth (late
0 It S A L B USE
: i Subdivision. Low down
.. paymentLow
'
Building Supplies. Usea lumber ol
-
9. K. ::10 -' all types, windows doom, plumbing, monthly payments. BILLY
; 11 '
s- 12 13 14 : i > :" used tin roofing. Used Cypress JACKSON. Phone \VOt-llll e!f CfB-

: t \. 15 ,.:. benches ideal for any outdoor use, tral Truck Lines. tfchg
.' ', .- 11.00 per ft.. 8 to 12 ft. long. 1'honeW044011.
J
W. T. Jackson Transfer, ONE BEDROOM furnished apart
0 cia! Central Truck Lines tfchg ments for rent Phone WO4-4011. W.
; ,; C. OF C. ', T. Jackson tfchgI

FOR RENT-Unfurnished two bed I
CHURCH' VETERANS ANNUAL. I" room house with all modernon I. GE.VULVE ENGRAVED Wedding In-

. ... DAY BANQUET. \eniences. William Sik-ox. 1 mile i! vitatinna with double envelopes 100
!
,:,: on old RIa nit ini!' flit 1tp; |, for 121.95. Bradford Cour'y Tel*-
.1. ... .. I'rarh tt
Ilrf'lItig-: ;
NOW. The ultimate in 500 1'j]'
.' FOR RENT 2 nicely fur
: ENGRAVED business cards. $19.91! ;; apt, 2
'A .. ',. : 0 R "p t#: t (price includes plate). Never before ,I heaters.KW., Adults. $60 per. mo. ea
; In.Phony
7 .: ;.. engraving at this low price. WO 8-1545.! tfohaOLUJIIHA
," Bradford County T<*l-graph t tf i I +'
16 II6J.J5 HI! Fl Record
17. 18 ,20. I Player holds 12 records, in wooden
19. : "'I.U.L111
#- .. ,. 21 .. 22' Seven acres, fertile land very nice cabinet with four legs and extra
; '
.' two bedroom house modern conven speakers. Xmas Special at Dahmers
'4I : : ,.: !.:f.' iences. J miles of ::tall.t'. A bargain I Gift tlltwn Shoppe for $119.93, only $500

: : ." at 600000. Terms may be ar tfch*

\ ;I : \ : ranged. 19O-f.Door.1 ;; 8 Cyl. OLDS (in top

,ON < FLORIDA REALTY CO. condition. $Z76. See Ida Lee Proven

: .' ,ft; .. ,,. .. . .' OF STARKE 301 Restaurant, or take first grade
: -I ; : : : lit X. \Valnat M. Mark*, Fla.WO road to right going north after you
( .
pans 301 Restaurant
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: \ :. : <: 'E::. ; Pbeae 4VMIIFOR l I..ft. ; first house Ito oa>>

SALK T M
: < OW\
-
:: : . FOR SALE-Girls Bike 2," wheels.
: .1 Just like new 3 bedroom home i ia Good
: condition.
:. : '. :... : I. ,: t. ; Saratoga Heights. Masonry con at 331 W South price!St! $'li.. COB tact
.
struction with hardwood floors, tip
23' ". .. 24' : cremic tHe bath and kitchen. Two W'ANTED-Capable
.
26. woman
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25 27 : : as
; closets in master bedroom carportand
liousekeeper for
: 28 semi-invalid.
't ; : ,, 29' utility room. Good size: lot already be good cook with pleasing Mu,t
'
.J-.J'If landscaped :2 big pecan trees .onality. Good Pay. Phone per.
HY
: : Your inspection is invited.WALL 426S or P. O. Box 82J-B elo- I.

... ,-,- .. 4 REALTY graph. Starke. Fig Tele.
,
lip
.. ... '. :--'. ...'.." r, c. 337 .V. WalBBt Ph. H 0 4-0091 FOR
THANKSGIVING HE..Tfurnished
..,
SUNDAY ; !llar& Florida sleeping
rooms Mrs. Harold
\ortnan
4113
DAY Cherry St' S
'a FOR RENT bedroom
-3 house.
hp
r Quiet, desirable neighborhood. N.
Cherry SL Phone WO :J-2342, Floyd FOR SALE" -Florence Oil cirCUit'
Green Itrhg tor heater In good condition.
PhOI'
'
I % In
t jWOJ evenings 2tp L
: FOR RENT-Corner Cherry and
South 5ts. 4 room unfurnished cottage Sleeping Room. For
Rent-41
.. -
Water
St.
""- : with shower. Reasonable Phone Wo 4.w.; ,
30 .. rent. Mrs J. T. Quigley. 1t -hg 3tchg 'f

: : SAW FILING-All kinds. Will pick FOR F.ST-Furni.hed

: : LOANS. LOCAL FINANCE CO. up at 'Starke Builders Supply, Mo ., Large kitchen and dining Cotta.:'If
ar"a"
Wed bath at 'if
:'\ and Friday R A. Nettle UpRepo WO 4.5544 lAke 8t Adult, Ph ,"

: :3 : PHONES' *!ed Lester Spinet Piano. Mahogany 1 McMahon '3t 11. n. A. F. Saul,..
f}; ne
: UP TO finish with bench $395.00.)
:
IIFolks Gridley Music Company, Inc. 102S FOR RENT- ,
.
ind'Us'Fiendly"
\VOH10 Went ''a"" sAd
tat
: : T"-:; University Ave. Telephone floor Ss-: .
.. .. FR ?-40t; ';.ln4>,.,'III... Fla. Itchg private entrance .
,
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: $600' 11-1 WALNUT ST. THREEDOORS.FRO: POST OFFICE '04.0111 FOR SALE OR THtDK ron\"nlen Si. "x-ation. m 'v 'bU' n

.( :. 4 acres small 4 room and bath on till
s MRS. MARGUERITE HALL Rt. 2 North end of Starke. Trade WANTED
Manager '-, Clean RagM
for 5 or C room house Starke or Cotton
No
: 1" r' Daytona. Write W. L. Burden, 310. I'ant1, No Shirt Mostor Bea.
Ohio Ave. CbarlcHon't' t.Va.. I I IUchgl Cl" C fol'f1IIof) Tf'If"

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COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA: THURSDAY, XQYEMBER G, 1958






WEBRADFORD .















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e ,rarylxr 5UO ReservationsMade : ... .
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For Dinner

YI P t L
;
3 f 1 A r
/

4/: 1 7 b a1f Friday NightMore s


1 ( j .4
'
a than 500 reservationshave

been made for the BHS I

1 L i1M F t S 4 : sa. ,n. Alumni Dinner to be held m the

high school cafeteria Friday right,

from 5 to 7:30: p.m.. preceding the

Homecoming: football game at 8.

,! The announcement was made

i !st yesterday by Mrs Charles A Darby ,
president of tne High School

PTA, sponsors ot the dinner at
which BHS alumni tram classes

yr s' during the past 50 years will meet
e greet, and eat a turkey dinner

'1' 1 fi 1 i with one another before movingto
.a i DOYLE E CONNER
Bradford stadium to see the
Temporary Chairman BHS Alumni I
F- 1 1 Tornadoes play Fernandina Beach
ij Pirates. Association

rr4 ;b + -j :Mrs.
Darby was joined by Rep.
i. f ttt +r a' "' .r .Z' .Y ',. y'y'I 1'+ .
r'r --
Doyle E. Conner, temporary chair-
l' rr'r ,. t '. .. man of the alumni association, '

First row ll-r] Gene Weaver liams. and Beecher W. Payne, principalof '
Crawford Richard
Dugger, Har- Seymour
Johnny Devcre, Jimmy
1 1958 TORNADOES Jim Hobbs, James Thomas. D.: Second row [1-r] Ed King, vey Tanner, Billy Helsaback, Malone, Harry Stallings, Hank Bradford High School, in extending -

Bitch Green Calvin Pace Tom Glenn Moore, Mike Denton, Span- dropped I John Dodd. Graham, Glenn Harrell, Larry a welcome to alumni and -

Stallings. Randy Johns Terrell ky McLendon Marion Cottle, Third row 1-rJ[ ] Mike Reddish Elder I dropped!I. their families who are converging l '

Green, Bubba LaMee, Benny Wil- Henry Hall Tom Smith, Ronald Neil Phillips, Cecil Leach, Douglas on Starke from all parts of Florida A'3a

... ._ as well as distant slates tor : }
-- .
f"-.fi.1..1ot" t!' :r'4 -- .14' -- '- ?,. -:,!.t''r. -. ,, *:: I'\--- their first full scale
";"' .Ii.: ""\ .... "old grad"gathering. 1
1 a Jrc.ar .} ..; ,-....... : -- S : : '. "l 0
." ,.
\
% z ;;
'
: : i J The dinner will be served cafeteria -
;:
'" .' r''"' ''' style, and alumni and mem-
j-- .I).. "
'w : .'t-., ters of their families will sit at
.
-. w tables arranged according to their

year of graduation. Hostesseswill e

be on hand to usher alumni,
A !
i1L i j I to the correct table, where each i
4sr + ii
J will find a scroll containing the i
names of other members of His I-I
graduating class. Tables are be-
k4'M
II'
a ing decorated by the Starke (Uar-
; # :: v: ('.en Club.
b A
y w r lrflx k, Individual parties are being Held
qua _
,by many classes, both before and

after the game, and further details BEECH EKV.. PAYNE

Y 1 yp $'s > re. concerning these will be Principal, BIIS
available at the class table in the
Y i cafeteria. and 58.The .

xA y, Y Also after the game, an Alumni parade will be put togetherin
1 i two sections. The alumni and
;
dance, sponsored by the JuniorWoman's
Club, will be held in the community section will form on
; the vacant lot near the Madison
,.
7 q r F + l y'O j1 r a Starke armory.
Street Baptist Church, while the
Gala Parade PlannedAt
S t .Av X TJSpSKBSb ; 1 lffig S *c *>W least 13 classes will be rep- High School section will form near
'
S r lSS *wS3wg4S! resented by floats and cars in the the football field. All floats must
f 'S : be in 3:15.
:
t 1 : .-,, colorful Homecoming Parade to ''be place by
of+r held Friday afternoon at 3:30: The community section will proceed -
kcx) *T42 "irn down State Road 100 toward
V* Hcvt -1" ** it. o'clock. Those already registeredfor
.. I
1 Y11 IMr1.Y1 M.[l' .i r MlYlr- a aI *., fTE't"'* 30 31, town, while the school section
..w sk.asf._ ',, :: : :; >.r.- ;: ..tI the parade include 1927, ,
CHEERLEADERSSeen r 32, :55, 35, 37, 39, 40 42: 55; 5tt; will proceed down Orange :street.
I I SCHOOL BAND These two will merge at the corner -
y w 185 pounds. of Orange anu Madison street
in action at the Homecom 'Ray[I Maxwell Robbie Capps, : Md' will The Tornadoes will likely be (IS. R. 100)), and from here both
Bob
tri, :game with, their usual pep Travis Alvarez, Helen Kelly, Pen- r.Aa Festivi-ap- the Smith as Major Domo. Under throwing; the ball more in this sections will proceed through the
and enthusiasm will be the Tornado Hollingsworth center Mary direction of Bandmaster
ny ; that seemsto business district and then northon
Homecoming as
: and gray Elden Matthews I far right] the game
Cheerleaders Heft to right|
Matthews
Agnes captain.
w of Temple Avenue to the Kair
be the most potent weapon
of the Band has
won superior rating in
Suzanne LaMee. Ginger Thornton quarterbacks have Grounds, where the parade will
The
Band with State and District meets. offense.
able receivers in Jim Hobbs, Ter- disband.

Brief History Of Bradford High rell Green Bennie Williams, and The winners of the J2S, $13, and
; Heavy Fernandina Henry Hall. But Fernandina's I I $10 prizes being awarded by the

Pirates will have to move Brad- Junior Class, parade sponsors,

ford's able line to score, for on will be announced at the football
Had d Start 'Institution'
Early Classic Friday defense the Tornadoes have been game Friday night.

very stingy with touchdowns.The Motion pictures will be made

It was late in the 1870's before was the Starke Male and Female Bradford team will be near of the complete Homecoming

schools, as such, were established I I Institute, established here in the for the sea- starters weighing over 190 pounds, full strength for Friday's game weekend, from the Tornado Whirl
in Starke. late 1870's. It was located in a Tor- and possessing the fastest back- with Sam Gardner the only player Thursday night through the different -

Before that time, children of I I two-story frame building at the and hefty field in the Conference, Fernan- on the doubtful list due to in- football alumni reunions This followingthe film, as
game.
settlers had been j Walnut Jefferson Friday dina has scored wins this season juries.
the early taught i corner of N. and well as other film accounts of the
held classes in the over P. K. Yonge, 19-0; Green Last Friday night on the home
by invididuals who Streets, present site of activities will be available to
I draw Cove Springs, 7-0 ; and Bishop field, Lake City scored early in
their private homes, for a fee paid Starke Woman's Club. Trustees at a later date.
turnout of Kinney 19-14. They have lost to the first quarter and again in the groups
by.the parents. of this institution were Capt. J. I Pre-game activities Friday nightwill
COACHES
Among these pioneer educators I|:C. Richard, L. C. Hull, Comer L. hundred I Fletcher. Madison, Santa Fe, and third to take a 13-6 decision from begin at 7:30: p.m. and will

in Starke were aMrs. Brown, who Peek (lone of its early principals], converge on Terry Parker. The Tornadoes BHS. The visitors did a good job include presentation of the Home
Hardworking Tornado Coaches guidance the Tornadoes of Florida I have won four and lost two. of containing the Tornadoes until
taught in her home on Walnut J. Ellery Davis, and John Hull.A coming Queen and her court and
are pictured above [left to right] Keystone Conference I the first of
The Pirates will from four minutes before the end
$tl'eet, Mrs. Jones, who also few years later a well-known operate i introduction of distinguished
David Hurse James Temple, and and have all their the history
won i
taught at home and .Mrs. John private educational institutionwas the T formation and man to man the: game, when quarterback Bub- guests.
Lennard Register. Under their dames in the current
Darby, who ran a small private established and enjoyed a will outweigh the Tornadoes several ba LaMee hit on three successive. Homecoming game sponsors,

school in the old ,house recently good reputation among early educators large, two-story structure on West school. Young rowdies, Con- pounds. Barnhart and Metzof passes to keep the Tornadoes from chosen by members of the Tornado

torn down at the corner of South of the State. This was Call Street, just west of the pre- ards, and libertines, and Tornadoes ; being blanketed. squad will be: Barbara Bates,
Thompson and Madison Streets. known as Orange College or Or- sent Christian Church. worms will save win side to Fernandina are two of the Lake City showed local fans Susan Wait, Jean Dugger Patsy

The first institution that can ange Academy and was established The College was establishedhere penses by not for confer-I fastest backs in the conference, the best and fastest backs, and Nichols, Charlene Dennis, and

be,!considered a "public school" by Prof. G. P. Young in a in connection with the Chris- school. I three and their fullback weighs a hefty (Continued on Next Page) Helen Kelly.

.a tian Church, which Prof. Young Bradford County High

and his brother'' organized at the under the name it still .

1 same time. The'school was chart- day, came into being in Page"i.attending Y

WELCOME ered by the Florida LegislatureFeb. nouncement was made "A Pecan Tree '

27, 1883.Although March 6 issue of The we in- '

i the Starke Instituteis of that year as follows: Grows in Our ? .

considered Starke's' first public BRADFORD COUNTY; to dine .r

ALUMNI school-it was operated as such HIGH SCHOOL Dining Room ; a.fat .

for only about three months out Starke Florida finest. t Rp i
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OL of the
year. The other five months "The above school! tq:

I cf the term it was, on a private purchased and is now

basis, with pupils paying. monthly by a .company i.Y

We join with City Officials, tutition. business and professional k. ? yt
Col. Peek had
one_ assistant, the town of Starke who
who received the handsome stipend inclination the ability
School Officials PTA and other M"Iq
:, of $20 per monthThe princi- means of making it 4y' '
pal himself, who had about 80 practical and thorough A
in extending to a in his b
groups you pupils care received $40 per the State. The 1 J

month.In .

most .cordial welcome to this the mid-80's the i Starke Institute been such manner remodelled as to A'/i\/ \ '

was under the able gui- both commodious and # ,

first Bradford High, School dance of Prof. George C. Looney style with an eye to -
one of the outstanding and most and comfort especially." -

t Homecoming: Return early and I respected educators" the day. Although considered a
He was the father oftMrs. S. F.
school, it was still the
Hamrick, who later ran a kinder-
often. charge tuition such' as:
garten here for many years, and
was the grandfather ..ofMrs.. W. class up to 4th Reader
month: Intermediate :i
=
H. Nollman.
Gram..' Geo:.. etc. :
Educaticn. to Prof. Looney. was
month
; Common School : ...,.
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T. a serious matter. In an 1886 advertisement $3.00 per month.
C: HAZEN, JR. jjjI. ; for the school he Prof.- Looney was
said: "We rigidly enforce good order -
Prof. McDonald.
Dr. -
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YIcrJ I bat in such a way that it is ---_- e __
Supplier of Clark. Prof. A.
,,, pleasant and profitable to good .
Galloway. R. W. Van 1
Sinclair Oil Products pupils.-galling and oppressive only H. Russell George
bad one. Parents who do not wish
their children governed are', requested B. Lane.. Prof.. Wnu RESTAURANT G \
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PAGE EIGHT B&10FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARES, FLORIDA. -
TIlt"RSD.\Y,1\o.n: mEn 6. 19SS
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!I' first graduating class In the new

Brief History sructure. that of 1915, had only Tornadoes Face .=.0.

one member A. J. Thomas. Sr, 4

flffifior t)
ago, the Starke; Elementary,. and .
(Continued from Preceding page) Bradford High School plants. haVecontinued (Continued from Preceding Page) WE1A..ME
to. grow and expand'
and Wi1lia Jett. their facilities until' today the! some extra sharp tackling. Morris-

It.is believed that the Class of physical plant is valued at million cn Hale, Columbia's ace back,
1908M whose graduates were Miss and a half dollars with; another stored the visitors' first touch- 1 .
Lois Peek I now Mrs.: E: K. Perry-: half million dollar constructionprogram down as he returned a Hobbs' --1 :. t
manl 1. and Miss Emma: Pierce to be* undertaken nextyear. punt 55 yards behind a well executed 1

tnoyt Mrs. *L. H. Hill, was the wall of blockers. Just before .' ..... y:.
first,to complete' a ful four yearS Instead of graduating classesof the half, Start interrupted a ';.) 'AND S ,

of, high school. Before that time, one and two, which were cot pass on the Tigers" 29 yard line .. .
( 4. .
climes had,:run only through the mon 50 years ago commencement but time ran out before trie' T t- .. ;
10th grade; with those desiring exercises now find from 80 to 100 nadoes could move the bail.

education beyond that having toi graduatees receiving'the' coveted Lake City took the second half

seek private tutoring. diplomas. opening kickoff on their own 40 .

By 1910 it became obvious that Staark can well be proud of its and marched 60 interrupted: yards
&tarke- was outgrowing the old Echcol. It has kept pace with the .for their second score'as'Quarter-

frame.building, and on Saturday, growth of the town and county. 'back Iteen carried' over from three
July '5. 1913' freeholders went to i yards out.

the, polls and voted 115 to 44 in BANK HOLIDAY The Tornadoes cranked up their "

favor"of bonding for a new $30,000 offense on' their own' 40 yard line !". .,
The Community State Bank of
school building to be located on and with one'pass to Terrell 1
Starke and the Florida Bank at
n1rie'cres of property'fronting Green: for 25,yards a second to
Starke will not be open for business I
Temple Avenue. This building at !Henry Hall for 5 yards. LaMee
next Tuesday. Nov. 11. Veteran's -
first housed the entire school, spotted Jim Hobbs near the goal .
Day a Legal Holiday in
but 1s now used [with the addition Florida. !and lofted a perfect pitch to him To the High School PTA for their efforts in this first Bradford
untiring making School
of two large wings; ] for the on the 5 yard line with a Tiger High, .
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high, school.. alone. New buildings s CARD OF THANKS defender hanging on. ... .

have.been built I since for the ele The kindness and sympathy of With less In than the four game minutes, the Tor-remaining Alumni Homecoming such an outstanding success. We extend a cordial welcome to all., of
mentary school. '
neighbors and friends in our recent nadoes were trying to score again.

red With brick'the building construction, the of jschool the 1 with us sorrow a precious will always memory.remain Our but to their Lake slim City lead.stubbornly held on you Homecoming Alumni and hope to see you more often in the future*

moved to1 its new location for the for .. '
sincere thanks and gratitude Friday night, Nov. 14, Tornado ,; '
1914-1915 term, during the A -
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all those comforting acts.-The
fans will travel to Santa Fe to -
princjpalshlp" of.. Prof' Jett.; The. J. Starling family. see Bradford battle the conference ,.tI
I WELCOME ALUMNITO
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.... Attending Homecoming:
leaders to date BEST WISHES/ALUMNI!

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Statistics .
YOUR FIRST HOMECOMING VISIT US 'f
BHS L. C. ANDGOOD ,'
First downs 9. .. 12 .. "
From rushing II.. 6..11I You Are Always Welcome! iji
From passing 3. 0 i: LUCK; :TORNADOES!

I s.I From Penalties . .0..1 ',r" ".. I "tC"
Yards' gained rushing .Y6..247 "It*$ A Fact You Can Do Better

Yards gained passing 80 9 .

Passes . .5.12..1-7 At"
Passes intercepted by ....1..1 AGNEW WINDOW CLEANING .
Fumbles lost . .1..1 DENMARK FURNITURE CO. GEM JEWELRY.
Avg. distance punts ..30.8..302Yards t .
AND JANITOR SERVICE N. L.
Woodburn
lost penalties 20..100 OF STARKE

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A EST. 1894 YOU ARE AL1YA'YS-WELCOMED

Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby entertained -
BACK HOME
with a sputnik party at
their home last Thursday nightfor

about 75 friends. The guests S AND YOU ARE ALWAYS. -. -,Tk
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were dressed In Halloween costumes -
SALUTES YOU ... ,
and the young people hada '' WELCOMED AT
scavanger hunt while the adults t 4
BILL GRAHAM ..
prepared for the weiner roast. T. & : :.t

Alumni of Bradford High N.5 Norman lead the group in :'''.., .'(,1'' Itt. LAWSON'S MARKET
singing "Blest Be the Tie That ; .i'.f.i> ..
Binds." Class of 1931 ....... .. ..
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And we cordially Mrs. Newn Warren of Starke r'k .,
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and her son Tim of the U. S. ..' t

invite'you to make use of Army and his financee Miss Linda \ tot'- rf .. {.,\,. 'iv '\ .- .. .. .... ... .'
Johns of Starke were dinner ..
the hospitality and facilities guests of Mrs. Warren's daughterand HATS OFF TO THE HIGH SCHOOL PTA f.

son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. CONGRATULATIONS ALUMNION

Pete Harrell Sunday.Mrs. FOR SUCH A WONDERFULJOB
of our clean and modern service
,
Shellie Rosier of Lowell
YOUR FIRST HOMECOMING!
spent the weekend with her
stations while in this
area. daughter, Mrs. Clarice Thompsonand

family. '. ','
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Starling attended i S e

homecoming at the a

, JEROME Church_ of God in Starke. Sunday.Mr. ttw MOENCH ELECTRIC SERVICE
JOHNS OIL CO.
and Mrs. Philip Murphyand DOYLE E. CONNER ,
baby of Lake Butler were i-, ,
Starke, Florida guests of her parents, Mr. and 220 East Washington Street
.
i ... Mrs. H. D. starling Sunday even General Insurance i I

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Fred Belche is on the sick
list this week. We hope he is well F -
HERE'SHEALTH TO YOUR soon.Mr. II I I I -

and Mrs. Bobby Turner had I -

as guests Sunday. Mr. Turner'ssister WELCOME HOMEd .
ALUMNI .
and brother-in-law
Mr. an
Mrs. W. T. Brinson of Valdosta. ,- I
And Cordial Welcome Awaits
Ga. and Mrs. Turner's mother, a .. YOU ARE ALWAYS, WELC031ED
: Mrs. Alice Anderson of Starke. I

Other guests of the Turner's dur I You To Visit Our Larger Store, HERE!

ing the weekend was Miss Mary

Ella Turner of Jacksonville who Just Across the Street From Oar I
is a sister of Mr. Turner and theirdinner .- '. HAVE FUN;
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ALUMNI! guest Saturday night. old Location. {
Rev. Alton Stephens of Palatka, .

Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and ,
,. the O. E. Crosby's visited Mr, and I GIB BROWN'5;STANDARD

Fred.Cannon and Grannie Kings
'. Let 'Us Help You Safeguard It ton Sunday afternoon. Grannieis The FARMERS. SUPPLY SERVICE STATION

feeling much better and we .. ,
With{ Our Skill want to remember her in our # 14 't
Accuracy and Purity daily prar rs. .-,.. \.
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Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whitfieldof ,
In Filling Your Prescriptions Campville ," .. .
spent Saturday with ....
their son-in.law and daughter,, OUR VERY.. *BEST. WISHES FOR AN While Attending HomecomingWe ',. .1--.

You don't take chances when you Mr. and Mrs. Milo Seigler. BEST WISHES ALUMNI, '. ,
Mrs. Morris Barton was a pa- ENJOYABLE HOMECOMINGr Invite You To Visit Us For 1
have your prescription fiHed at tient in a Lake City hospital fora i i
few days recently. We
Koch's. For every prescription put to report that she is home are happy and SINCLAIR PRODUCTS THE' BEST IN MEATS & GROCERIES' FOR A SUCCESSFUL HOMECOMING.
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feeling better. :
into our hands is compounded with
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Taylor hadas .
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scientific accuracy and! with first weekend guests their children I
Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Davis andbaby .

quality drugs. We maintain three of Tallahassee Mr,:and Mrs. EDWARDS GROCERY
; Shaw and children of Jacksonville GOODMAN'S SINCLAIR ,
.pharmacists to serve you day and and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fenderof AND MARKETJack HARDWARE
Jacksonville STARKE CO.
night, and with" the large volume SERVICE STATION
Hear that Mrs. W. H. Hardin is Edwards, Owner .
that we handle we can ill with an ear infection. Can '- .Ml .. *>)
surely sympathize with her because ."t > -

.SELL ,FOR LESS! I have had the same thing. .
Hope she is better soon.

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams .5.' J
WHILE CELEBRATING HOMECOMING DROP IN entertained with a birthday supper := BEST WISHES'
for their daughter, Mrs. Betty HAVE, A GOOD TLMEALUMNI WE CONGRATULATE THE
REFRESHMENTS
FOR AT OUR COMPLETE Sapp. Thursday evening. We wishher t ALUMNI HIGH SCHOOL PTA FOR

FOUNTAIN] SERVICE many more happy birthdays AND LUCK TO THE A'JOB SO WELL DONE!
: \ _Milo Seigler is in Tallahassee WELCOME HOME i ii
this week on business. .
TORNADOES!
DURING TOUR FIRST :
A most surprised and pleased i HOMECOMING G '
man' was W. A. Brown' Sunday i,

Free Beliyery when; on returning from church ,'..: I
z be found forty guests at his home WESTERN
AUTO ASSOCIATE
to celebrate his birthday. His children

XOC1UDRUG.flORE. occasion.had We prepared join them dinner in for wishing the : .WILLIAMS JEWELRY ,W. L. rHIG EN, JR. STORE .:

.,him many)more.happy one S' ; : .
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ThOugH for"the week-God has Builder J. F. Jaudon .. !;
Phone WO 4-4401
Starke Fla.
given us abundant reason foThanksgiving r .

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(presently meeting In City Hall) # a EVERGREENBAPTIST

Sunday SchOOl 10 a. m. Morn- Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m., 1 :# CHURCH
far Worship, 11 a. m. Evening worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung. "'. {, Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach
Worship, 7:30 'p. m. Training people's Bible f !t): .L..r c. .I ., tag 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30:

Union (Sundays)"' 6:30: p. m. Mid study 7; preaching, 730. -'. t 2 I p. m. Preaching 7:3(? p. nu Prayer
Week Prayer Meeting Wednes Wednesday-Bible study. 7:30 :,. "' Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. -
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i Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn IDGIJLAN1) tJiI. r y Z

lug Worship, 11 a. m. Training BAPTIST CHURCH L.. .. :." r '1. J.J

Union 6Su p. m. Evening Worjlhtp Sunday School 9:45 a. m. """'' -..'. !'II r isd 'f 't. "" ALUMIFLEXASBESTOS I
Morning Worship 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting r.f. \
Wednesday. 7:30: 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each -- J"I '. ;;:
p. m Everyone 7:30 J J "
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tor. George Cklsm pastor. Everybody < t) \ f '. METALIC

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I ELEMENTARY 'T TEACHERS .STAGE HALLOWEEN HIJENKSAlways lL1

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a highlight of the annual fortunate wives. From left to
PTA Halloween Carnival the right. the "deceased" .wives are: t

0 elementary teachers' Big Show Johnny Green, Louise Crosby, Jessie ,
outdid itself this year to providefun Young, Minnie Lou Patray et

and excitement for students Ernestine Register, Kate Shepherd, ) 3 ri I
and adults. 1 ru
visiting
and
A n fs 4:: Lily Bridges. ., :
Presented in four performanceslast Lower left: "Half Woman" Hel- i f
3 Friday the show, directed and
en Malone sings an operatic ana '
emceed by Hazel Cressler cleared + +
while torso-suspended In mid air. 1)) iiI
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$148 for the PTA Carnival fund.
Lower : Sword swallower 1
right 'rF
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In spite of rainy weather, the total y ---I
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John Manning performs his amaz- t
carnival profits were around $500. .
; ing feats assisted by Stagehands
Among the highlights of the rs n
Norman and Peek:
Big Show were: 1
Top left: Elementary School A big hit with the students was W
Principal P. T. Nolin Is shown the Shadow Show in which the -

leading his band of faithful musi two tragic lovers, Pyramus and A "I wish birds would
Thisbe, were portrayed in SIlhou- you hurry up
cians. This orchestra had a "wide"
Yz and finish this houser'QUALITY
repertory, but by some strange ette by David Bristow and Willie M is
Mae Denton. The narration was
trick of acoustics; every number I
GASOLINE AND OIL I they performed sounded exactly ably handled by Laurie Mullins.

like "The Band Played On." I Other outstanding acts included 1t J& J
Top right: Clown Ethel! sewell) the Weight Lifter; Tommy Nohn; rt

looks on in awed amazement as Siamese Twins Jeanette Meister r
Stagehands Muriel Norman and and Muriel Gay; Cave Dwellers,
& SERVICE
Margaret Peek mop up "blood" Madge McDonald and Ruth It'razJ J

spilled by Bluebeard's seven un- ier; and Fat Lady, lassie Crosby. ___ ._ .. .
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.F.F REGISTER$ & SON -
THE RIGHT rOUTT uir the Two Classes .V..TV..VTVVVVTTVTTTYYY' ItWELCOMES I I II
Get
way yon write. Come) to and select Early Together

Starke, Florida your favorite ESTERBROOBFAnntaln _, ...... T T i GRIFFIS LOOP

Pen. TOIEGRAFH
;. By Verble AndersonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA


; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Harden-
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brook of Westconnett were guestsof
Mr and Mrs. Jessie Harden-

brook of Colley Road.
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Ind., returned home Saturday

WHAT r after visiting his brother Thomas
c O'Brian-and sister, Mrs. Catherine

town : :.\\"k .. / McNeal.. for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Bria ,

and children. Patsy and James
..'" fl t M; and Mrs. Verble Anderson were '
', dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
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Jessie Hardenbrook Sunday.Mr. .
; : :i f and Mrs. E. W. Hodges oAmericus f

.. .. : Ga. visited Mrs. Hodges'
Lois Perryman parents Rev. and Mrs. Orville
1908 Verdie Futch 1909
BHS'
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-- .. .. Brookins over the weekend. ALUMNI
WHAT Half the Class of 1908 and hal might skip a grade and graduate Mr. and Mrs:-Norman" Harden'' .
the Class of '09 got together overa with Mrs. Futch in the class of brook
school were Sunday visitors at
cup of tea last week to'diScuss 1909.
Boatdrain
Church and sang some i
plans for Bradford High.School's Both Mrs. Perryman and Mrs. special numbers with our song' n ... To The .
first Alumni Homecoming'to beheld
Futch agree there were no partiesor leader Bro. O'Bnan.
| here Friday. other activities on school nightsin Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ of
Mrs. E. K. [Lois Peek] Ferryman those!days and many hours of Melbourne visited Mrs. Russ'
left, shared honors as a : homework were required to mast Rev and Mrs. Orville Brook-parents First Annual
graduate in 1909 with L:, H.
Mrs er-four years-of Latin math and ins. Mr. Russ was recently released
(Emma Pierce Hill, while Mrs. English in addition to U. S. and I from the hospital.
]Futch was teamed with Miss Louise European history. Any ."boy The
Sunday School mass meet.
Fripp to make up the graduating friends" they had were merely secret ing will be held at Gudara Baptist -!

class of 1909. 'crushes, and no dating or Church Thurs., Nov. 20 HOMECOMINGJOHN
Even at that, their classes were other social activities were alowed Every-body is. invited and Rev.
WHATABURGER double the size of 1910 when the during the .school, week. Brookins asks that all who can
1 late Ray White, who died In
Apparently, both of these early attend please do so that the
\World War I, was the lone graduate ,
grads were well behaved for banner can be kept at Boatdrain.
and 1915 when A. J. ThomasSr
neither remembers being punishedin There will be transportation for
itt comprised the entire graduating school, although ,Mrs. Perry- those who need it.

t class man, whose father, Comer L.'Peekwas Ellie Bowers was home over the A. TORODE
As Mrs.
Perryman and Mrs.
Fetch. once a school teacher, is glad weekend visiting his mother, Mrs.
remember it, BHS became
he wasnt teaching at the time be Ruth Ella Noegel. He is the
a four-year high school beginning cause he always declared he wouldbe grandson of Mrs. Myrtle Priest. Distributor
with the class of 1908. '
much more strict.. The Sunday School classes of
Mrs. Futch recalls that she was
Both Perryman and Mrs. Boatdrain enjoyed a picnic at
the only student in her eleventh Mrs I .
:Futch are looking'forward to the Gold Head Branch Park Wednes-
year, so the then principal, Dr.
Russell, tutored Miss Fripp in the Alumni Homecoming and hopeit day evening. Everyone had a good
time
especially when Gene Grif- I
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summer months so that she'HAMPTON will into I
grow an annual event.. fis ran away with the .castor'--.-- ......'
*' weiner roasting stick.

Crawford.PersonalsMr. birthday Mrs. Cecil party Rowe Sunday attended which was a The Price of Peace

and Mrs. David Younker in celebration of the 59th birth-

and baby son-in-law and daughter day anniversary of Wilmont
By Kin. D. E. tint
Brown, her father.
of Mr.and Mrs. J. A. Williamsof
.' &...&....&......a.1 Hampton. have been transfer- Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Martinezof

red from Millington, Tenn. to Green?Cove Springs were with ;
City Council ,
Discusses .
Dump Street California,' with the U. S. Marines us in church Sunday. They are }
Lights They expected to'.visit with members of Boatdrain and we are
City Council business ranged :: always glad to
Mrs. Younker's brother. Henry have them with
from the ty'dump.
to streetlights "
us
( \ Williams, an ambulance driver'in
at the'regular meeting of the U. S. Navy, now' stationed at Mrs. Rachel Sasser is visiting

Besure to, ',visit our Modem Stand on South !held the council Monday at':this Hampton weeklnsteadof City Hall Craw's Mrs. Landing W.. Calif. her Davis aunt of and Jacksonville.uncle..Mr. and Mrs. '

A. Saxon underwent
the Tuesday: date, which, fell on Hutton Lee Clark
election day; surgery in .Alachua General Hos-! of Camp

Walnut Street (U. S. 301)) while Starke for Referring. asked to to please the dump put-all citizensare trashin pital Visiting in here Gainesville for several last days week.last 1 I Jackson grandmother, Mrs. .S.Mora C., visited Clark,his and mother his-

I Mrs. Mary Brown
the allotted week: was her sister Mrs. Madison
place instead of
Lee, and Lucille Wilder, of Titus- over the weekend. L
scattering it around the road

the Finest in Food with the Quickest Service. turning leading to north the dump.off the The main roadway streetis her ville.them mother to Janet Titusville is Saxon recuperating for returned a visit while from with week.Mrs.is She visiting Emma will Moree with visit relatives of Albert Jacksonville and this- retrospection et and U.S.remember all take a with brief reverence pause for

not part of the dump, the council -
emphasized.The the operation Griffis.Eugene Griffis and Mrs. Zennis the valiant men and women who fought and

L. __'_ '_ .:... .. ,,_ ....- """ '._" i council voted to contribute' Mr. and Mrs. G.X: Brandes died the
:- ";;, ","", ._. : : and Boatdrain Baptist Church to preserve peace.
$25 toward: ,helping to cleanup son have moved into the'former Sunday School, 10 i.
a. m., Morn-
and beautify the Methodist cemetery Hess farm on the northeast
at the east city limits. edge of town.R. ing Worship, 11 a. m.: 'Training In humble observance of! VETERANS DAY
Union, 6:30
: p. m.; Evening Wor-
Three additional street lights C. Williams of Tampa drove ship. 7:30: p. m.: and Prayer this bank will not be open November. 11th.)
were approved by the council, onto e to Hampton Friday ,to join his meeting
every Wednesday at 7:15p.
be placed on Burden Street: wife and children who had bee Pastor :
p. m. Rev. Orivlle ,,Brook-
and two at Hampton Elementary visiting here with her parents, Mr. ins. Everyone welcome.
School, on Division Ave.. the and Mrs. J. W. Home. His broth
WELCOME ALUMNI front side of the school. er-in-law Russ Saryer, of Orlan FLORIDA BankOne
A. special meeting of the city do., visited here Saturday and Heilbronn Springs were visitors of 23 Banks In'ETTl at Stark
council was called Wednesday they attended the UPAuburnfootbiU at the homes of Joe Forsythe and the Florida National

evening of last week Oct. 29, to game in Gainesville Sat Ina Knight Sunday. Group
discuss enforcing the nuisanc urday. Mr. and Mrs. Wfllianu Hampton Baptist WMU ,will
ordinance passed in September.All drove to Orlando 'to. spend the ''meet at the church next Tuesday :Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

councilmen and city officers night with the Sarvers before returning evening, Nov. 11, at 6 p. m.. fora
were present for both meetings home to Tampa Sunday. covered dish supper before the .
'with the exception of Dr II. Mr. and. M".. Purvis Green of)business meeting and program.
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We had good attendance at *
Sunday School and'church last
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Sunday and were glad to have all I
the.visitor s. Our pastor Rev W. .
E. Hall l brought the messages at t : ,
both, services. 4.' I
Rev and Mrs. O. J, Raulersonof r;
Ktg l1'mee'sP nt Monday night FERN
with the H. M. McRaes. if H v NDINA *
Visitors of the H. M. McRaes .
Sunday afternoon were Mr. and &&.W' ,
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Mrs. John Roberts of Melrose, L' i _

Rae Mrs.sof and Delbert Heilbronn Mrs..Robert Green, Mrs.and Myrick B, M.daughter Mc-and- 'V a a Bradford' Park Fri., Nov 1, 8 P. M.

son. Billy of Starker and Mr. and sou ; o
Mrs. H. II. Lewis. I
Mrs. Vera Mitchell is spendinga sf S-5P-; 'I, ,Home Games -( Qut-Qf-Town Games
few days with.Rev. and Mrs. J. I

rhee E. Murrhee spent of several Billiard.days Mrs.in Mur-McCoy September 19 Macclenny 6 BHS 14 September 26 .. Bolles 7 BHS 13

I hospital at Folkston Ga. witha l 1'fr' October iG.. Perry 6 BHS, 13 October .
3. P. K.
Broken ankle caused by a fall. Yongue 7 BHS 20
We wish her a speedy recovery. October 31 Lake City- 13 BHS- 6 October .
10.
!!r. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and Palatka 18 BHS 6
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son I'J. November* '7 Ferriandina Beach In StarkeNovember October .0
James were evening dinner guestsof -- 24. Open
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Mr Saturday.., R. L. Batten of Theressa, ALL TICKETS AT GATE N 1.25 21 Green Cove Sprgs. In Starke November 14 -- Santa Fe. Away

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A, G.: Fduts of Lakeland, and Mrs. ra
Alice Crosby of Tampa stoppedby Student Tickets Purchased at School { ill
for a short visit with Mr. and t, lII
Mrs. H. H. Lewis on their way Day, of Game 75c ;
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way home after attending the I I
funeral of Mrs. Horace Lane of
Jacksonville, Wednesday afternoon. I All Children Grades 1 thru '4 r:

C, M. Mixon of Jacksonsivlle Admitted Free'if Accompaniedby ; :, '
was a recent visitor of the W, C.I
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, ,FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA .

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Beasley Will Seek Re-election Mary K. Schaeffer L, it c .

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Home Demonstration Club i met on Tuesday evening, Oct. 28, Ii + 4v

As Mayor Keystone Heights The ,K-L-M Home Demonstration ;at 6, p. m, .in the Educational i ry'.i r t

Club will hold a bake sale on :Building at the First Baptist

..," Saturday. Nov. 8, near the post 'Church, for their regular monthly -
}(. L. (Les) Beasley announced '
office. Proceeds will go into a meeting. A covered dish supper S
yesterday that will be a can- .
ne s ie
fund to send a 4-H boy and 4-H was served, after which each ::
didate to succeed himself as Mayor
girl from the Keystone area to the i grcup had its business' meeting.Mrs. .
pt Keystone H!.ghts in the December v Y
short courses at the unversities ] Fanny Olson and Rev. and ;r -
3 Town Election.
next June. Club members hope 1 Mrs. J. R. Smith. were invited
Beasley is completing his filth
that all mothers of 4-H boys and i guests. !xr"
one-year term as Mayor ,of Key-
girls will bring their baked goodsby i St. Williams Catholic Church
atone and previously served as
10 a. m. Saturday morning. Because the PTA Carnival had
City Clerk. He,is a native Meridian k J
[ Carnival A Success I to be posponed until this past
and has resided in Keystone I
Heih.t .aince'J94!$. I Due to miserable weather last ]Monday the Catholic Club meet- s.

Formerly in' the service station I Friday, the PTA's Halloween Carnival i ing and Instruction had to be r.

business for five years, Beasleyia' was postponed until Monday
'now' employed in the land department evening. The weather was more
of Clay Electric Cooperative. cooperative this time and the i ing. Nov. 10, starting with a cov- Colorful Costumes Set Party Paceana R

He is a member of the r. Carnival turned out to.be the
First Baptist Church ,Masons 1L11 I most successful one to date. i will, also be instructions. ,

Knights of Pythias and Rotary I Under the leadership of Chair-1 Mother Of Local Resident Passes and mgenuiiy' sparKed famous clown Emmett Kelly, won

Club.' He is a graduate of Tampa -, man ,Frank Harris everythingwent Mrs Charles W. Ellis, the mothof the costumes worn by guestsat first prize.

Business College.In smoothly and cne of the < Fred Ellis of Lake Geneva died the Hallowe'en party given In I Top right: Nan Muir (sword :

his bid for re-election Beas main attractions was the large i on the morning of Ocober 27, in Keystone Heights last week at the through head) and Charles T. ,j4r.

ley will 'be opposed by Ralph i*. .-.,' number of prizes awarded to 1 her Jacksonville home. She was home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Coneen. Smith as Carmen Miranda. | c

Bryan who announced his can- ,' those who registered. Charlie Mc- !91 years old. Funeral Services Above ((1-r) Scotty beam bill Lower right: Mr. and Mrs.r Home at the meeting,
---------- Glave was held Beam, Bill Few and I
didacy' last week. responsible for collect- were at the Seashole Memorial Gay Livmg- Charles McGlave dressed as news-i Minnie Birt Circle Meets .

Council Candidates M. L. BKASLEY ing these 70 handsome prizes from i Parlors in Jacksonville. .ston.Top papers-The Jacksonville Journal i! Mrs. Lewis Hardage was hostessto
With two expiring terms on the cooperating merchants in the ,1 Personals center: Mrs. Charles T. and The Bradford County Telegraph -'
terms for two the Minnie Birt Circle of the
City,,Council coming up. E. K. are years. area. A lot of fun was derived Miss Marilyn Rushton daughter Smith whose impersonation of the i I

(Gene) Williams and C. K. Mitchell The incumbent Tax Collector, from a Scotch auction, .during 1 of Mr. and Mr .,E.,A.,Rushton, I, Methodist Church recently. Mrs.
Fern Swinford
have qualified an candidtes Mrs. Sara McDonals, and Tax Assessor which three rabbits were among 1 has just returned to tier work as ffVVTTVVTTTTTTTVTYVTTTTTMELROSE Mrs. A. J. Cicen and Mrs. O. T. gave an interesting I j
talk about the United Nations.
for re-election to their seata. W. Tom Millican, are expected the articles disposed of. !a reservationist ,at Delta Airlinesin Robinson visited A. J. Cicen at I
A social hour followed delicious
H. Redfearn Sr has also quahtied j ja& I I to qualify to succeed themselves Costume prize' winners in the Atlanta, Ga... after a three- the Veterans Hospital in Lake and -
refreshments were served
a Council candidate. Council]I j I for one year terms. pre-school group were: Billy O'- weeks tour of Europe. Among the City. .
I by the hostess to the seven members -
Conner and Betty Penney, most highlights were a visit to'the.Fol- By Joyce and Marrr Rothhammer Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Whitehead present. y
original; Peter Morgan, ugliest lies in Paris, and'the Changingof
I Keystone Lions Plan Turkey Shoot I and Lindamae Rose, prettiest. : the 'Guard at BuckinghamPalace +u.u.u.uuu.L.a.... became parents to a baby boy recently Honor Earl Cherry Roll Students Melrose High prin- ,

:3rd and 4th Grades: Barry Wy- in London. She arrived- in Miss Margy Rothhammer left cipal, has announced the honor
man. most original; Betsy Glis- Brussels a little too late for the last week to live in Tulsa, Okla. Seven Boy Scouts of Troop 109 ) v a 6 .
also win roll ,
The Keystone Heights Lion'sClub in this worthy cause and students. These are students a
on, prettiest; and Eileen Penney, Fair but still got to see some of of Melrose accompanied their
with her brother-in-law and sister by
is resuming its annual a turkey/Tickets are on sale at ugliest. who have made all A's and B's in :
the spectacular buildings.
Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot this fifty cents each. On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle M. Milli- Scoutmaster Chesterfield Janes all subjects and have not missed :I y, tl
5th and 6h grades: Carol Stephenson Mr. and Mrs: Emory Cooper attended -
yearn Saturday, Nov. 8, at the Nov. 8, at 12 noon names will be. gan. So from now on, I'll be writ- attended the Court of Honor in more than five days of school for efa +i\---1-
ugliest; Dolores Murrhee the Fleet Reserve Associ-! t,4
field beside Keystone Lumber Co. drawn for turkeys on the basis of Gainesville Thursday night. John the six weeks period. In some
and Marion Beasley most origi- aion National Covpntion in St. ing this ,all alone. However, news '
dollar and turkey for each 30 tickets cases the students made all A's.
Each shot will cost one
one nal; and ,Phyllis Massa, ,pretiest. Petersburg Oct. 25-29. On Oct. can still be left Robinsons. Allen received merit badges in I
all proceeds will go to help defray sold. Drawing will be held at the From grades 5 through 12, the
DuPont Group Holds 30 they were guests at a supper Mr. and Mrs E. M Robinson. First Aid and Citizenship in the
the expense of uniforming the Keystone Heights post office. Halloween Party given by Branch and Unit 98 F. ''I honor students are: Grade 5, all I !fcv I *ti
School football Tickets may be obtained from
Keystone Heights Saturday night, Nov. 1, the Ed R. A. at the Fleet Reserve Club I [Continued next Page] |
team. Shoot will start at 1 p. m. any Lion or from any membersof Ccnneenhome II on : !
on Lakevjew Drive in Green Cove Springs in honorof
In conjunction with this and the football team. Ralph Bryan the I I -
was scene of a'fine Halloween visiting national officials. I
for the same-cause, the Lions are is the chairman for this af- Party' with all the fun, of masquerading Mr and 'Mrs. William'Reynolds

running a Turkey NONSHOOT.This .fair. Everybody is welcome and etc. Hosts and hostesses are vacationing in Birmingham, Jc HUNTERS' SPECIAL
will enable those men and uiged to help in this endeavor. for the evening were the Con- !
women who object to shooting Your dollars will help the "Lit- Ala.Scotty ?
neens, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrea, and Ralph
cannot be present to participate tle Blue Team"St. Ilgen and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas of Gainesville, ,spent the .5, .. ,
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COMMUNITY CHURCH OF ., W Iliam's Catholic Chapel Tolford. weekend with,, 'their. aunt Miss ABSOLUTELYri-
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Keystone Heights After all the guests had arrived Jane, Reynolds.

Dr. James D. Pa t. Organist, SundAY Mass at 8:30: a. m. Mr. Conneen asked couples to Miss Cleva Carson underwent A S;

Choir Director.. Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m. come: to the front cf the group. surgery 'i in Bradford County Hos-

Services: Church School S:45: Tuesday Mass at ,8:00 a. m. one couple at a time, and un- pital on Tuesday. Her friends all ft7L

a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. I Confessions before all Masses. mask. Then the judges the[ hosts have hopes for her speedy recovery -

Baptisms, marriages and Instructions and hostesses] went into a hud- .
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH by appointment. dle to, decide which couple shouldbe Kyle McMurtry, Jr. who has S
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLAJ. awarded the prize. This was a been hospitalized in Jacksonvillesince :

R. Smith, pastor. Ralph ST. ANNES' EPISCOPAL difficult decision, as there were his hunting accident, was Remington Sportsman1Any t
Copeland, Minister of Music and CHURCII so many wonderful costumes. For expected home one day this week. ( Gauge) (j

church organist. instance: ; there were the headless Miss Mary Lou Gardner is assisting b. h
Services: Sunday School. 9:45a. : The Rev. M. H. Breyf ogle Minister. man. and the ,Lord IWl-Exe- Mrs. Gena Christoffers in N ..
m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday Service: 9:00: a. m. cutioner with axe inscribed "Bet- Gena's new Gift and Toy Shop. f> '" +r.. P Model 48 Automatic ShotgunWITH

Training Union 6:45: p. m. Even- Parish Night Supper: Third Friday ter than Bufferin". as portrayedby This new shop has created a lot "

ing services 7:30: p. m. 6:30: p. m. Frank and Bebee Harris. There\ I of interest in town, because it has Pictured above is the Queen of grade; Susan Hurst 9th grade; PURCHASE OF EITHER

was the beautiful Rapunzel, with such attractive merchandise and the recent Melrose Homecoming, Sandra Ridaught 10th grade; and

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT' STORE her yards ,and ,yards of blonde is just what so many people have Miss Becky Brice [center] and Kathy Ridaught, 12th grade.

lair, portrayed by Gloria Hether- wanted for so long. her attendants, Susan Bates, 11th I ""..,..

Men's, Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes ngton, with her husband, Jim as Mrs. Mary Carew arrived Fridayof -I

the handsome prince, in shining last week to visit her friend -
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY ALL TYPES OF INSURANCEWe
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armor. There was Simon Legree Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann. She left i

as portrayed by Bill Beam, with Monday for her northern
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner on write Fire, Wind Storm, all lines of Casually) In- = N
his wife Scottie as Little Eva home in Hudson.Mass. She hopesto
George Schaeffer arrived in .a be back in November .to spend surance, and Bonds.

clothes basket at the back door, some time in her Keystone SPESIAL RATES TO DRIVERS ABLE TO QUALIFY LlT L-
as a foundling. Charlie and Kitty Heights home. '
AS NON-DRINKERS z
McGlave appeared as walking Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clark and
Cold Weather Ahead!
newspapers. Charlie ;was dressed young daughter Sharon of Greenville I
completely in a suit fashioned N. C. were recent :guests of WALRATH INSURANCE AGENCY o- I t tI

BE PREPARED CALLCANDY'S from the Jacksonville Journal, Mr. and Mrs. Al Nelson, who are 1I -

while Kitty was clad in the Brad- Mrs. Clark's aunt and uncle. Following "AS AVAILABLE AS YOUR PHONE I Ir

ford County Telegraph with the their weekend with the ,
FUEL "Keystone Highlights" prominently Nelsons, the Clarks went on to Phone 2731 Keystone Heights Fla.

displayed in front. Vero Beach to visit other rela- rJ I

., The winners were Charles and srnJjTjnI.j%? I
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OIL SERVICEPHONE Eddie Smith. Charles was clad as ives.Mr.. and Mrs. Bob McPheetersof .;;--. LAKE' FRONT SPECIALS ---' II

Carmen Miranda, with a head- .
St. Petersburg spent,last Sunday -
9271 dress to end all head-dresses. with Mr.jand: .Mrs. Al,Nelson White Sand'Lake A Good Investment g1Ii

Edith was a perfect replica of Mr and Mrs. Horace Shaw, pf

Emmett Kelly, the clown- in his Rawson, Ohio were recent over- LOTS AT $1250

Keystone Heights Fla. character of Weary Willie. night visitors at the home of the
reached little and
These lots
A buffet supper was served by are easily require clearing :
I Al Nelsons., ;i
the hostesses.decorated The with table a fall was center beautifully Mr, and.Mrs._ Jim Donnelly have next year will be the ''LOST I OPPORTUNITY OF 1958"S. j r

piece and other things In keeping been entertaining Mrs. Donnelly'saunt ,_ f ,

and uncle. from Montchanin.... ,
with the
season.
Community Church News Del., Mr., and Mrs, Harold Brack- E. MCK REALTOR 12' Cu. Ft. Upright HOTPOINT Freezer

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At the Sunday School Rally of tf 3* I
Its always the Comunity Church held Oct! Mrs. Hs.rold'Ridaught. who has Keystone Heights .;... Phone 3701-2051 4151-1209 After Small Down Payment $3.50 Per Week

5, the followng perfectattendancepin i been in the Alachua General Hospital : I -- .. .. ....-
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arrived home
Monday much -
awards were made: Those receiving -

the right time pins for the first year of: improved.Mr <, n 1u oi- p ti r '(.r T !i

perfect attendance were; Gene, and Mrs. Thomas D. Elmore :KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY I

Massa Robert Millican Bruce and their two children. Carolyn. ,

Sunderland Billy Hetherington,! II, and Stevie 7 are the new tenants DEPENDABLE (24-HOUR( SERVICE I

Laurie Beam Leslie ,Beam, Mar i in the Christoffers house on

shall Beam Pam Thompson I Peach St.. ,recently vacated b.y

w, Phyllis' Massa, and Kay Sunder : the Chuck Newmans.. Mr. Elmoreis Day Phone S IF-GAS Nite Phone

employed at the Sperry-Rand ,4351 2582
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land.Those .
with two years of perfect Corp.. In Gainesville. They afe t I. '

attendance were: Donald Il- from Indianapolis., Ind. COOKING HEATING WATER HEATING IIii

gen Dianne Ilgen. Edwin Baker: H. 'A. Whitehead is home from >
17 CU. FT. HOTPOINT
O Carol Baker. the hospital after father 'a long Most Complete Line of House Heating Equipment in North
Three years of perfect attend- session in the Bradford. ,County.
ance: Maron Sweet Pat Sweet, Hospital.,; : -- Florida. If You Plan to AddIUe t'Thl3 Winter See Cs First CHEST FREEZER

Glenda Rose Lee Townsend Julie Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bleha had

To. ,Save Your MoneyMoney ,Walker. Roger, Smith, Johnny ap1e, weekend} in St. Petersburg e
Carnes. .
..combining. business with AFTER SMALL DOWN PAYMENT
in reserve gives you the security, independenceand Four years: Cindy Hethering- pleasures. While, 'they. liked ,;St_ 4'x8'x3-4" Sheetrock
ton, Veasy Walker: Janie McMur- BUILWNG $4.50 PER WEEK
courage to plan a' bigger and better future. No Jimmy. Petersburg, they were glad to be 1.55 Sheet
ry. and McMurtry. -
matter what your banking"needs: savings, checking, Five years: Dickie!Martin Mar- home again. Mrs. Bleha said they SUPPLIES Lumber Hardware Paint
trust '' just missed. the .tornado when We\ Meet All
Advertised
personal home-'Ioans 'ou'U'Iike i Prices
or ) our friendlysm' cia Haberstroh, .: Gary Chance. they were thereM and during their Cement Concrete Blocks _
re. I Six'',years: Billy .Carnes, and ,
I Johnny'liartuui stay they had one of the free ,Precast U Lintels
newspapers given away on dayswhen r
THE Seven years: Ginny Campbell ,the; sun doesn't Shine.' I I ItIIjI All Lengths '

KEYSTONE STATE BANK and' Carol Campbell. \ Mrs. A. R, Marwick -was,visiting I 'Lighting Fixtures REDFEARN'S.Where

*.. -* r i ci N lW ? ...Ten. years: Eric Redfearn; and ROY W. TYRE -
on ,Monday and Tuesday with the
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Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community Bobby Redfearn. \ '
Fred Dodds. Mrs.
Marwick is Mrs.
Keystone Heights, Fla. These children deserve a lot of Dcdd's mother. The ,two ,ladies ; IROOKLYN SUPPLY' HOUSE
credit
for their fine records. .
Member F.D.I.C.' drove to Jacksonville. Monday to Service Assured
#, Baptist Church News do'th i- 'Christmas ,Phone 2741 '
d1opp ; Keystone !Heights( Fla. Phone
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I The? Andrew; and Dorcas Classes Such provident people 1 -- Keystone Heights Fla.
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gratulated. The only trouble is I i grade; 4th through 6th grade and Mrs.
that there is not enough of them. !Sara Baldwin, 5th grade and H. C. Harley. ioe :t u-u ,
MELROSE Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy -
and
Ray
Let's try to do better_ next time !Scotty Lisciotti 6th grade; 7th XOTICC TO
cunniToiis
family of Jacksonville
and double this number! I through 12th grade: visited Florida
AAAA 1 AAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAContinued I Judy Harps Statatm.
Successful Carnival : grade Vernie Padgett Sunday. II. The tumtt Of The (....t,. J.d.e,
10th and John Allen 7th
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[ From Page Onel Mond RANCy Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bennett I, Bradford Count7. Florida
Overcast threatening skies failedto |j grade. !. Prakalr.'n .
Pn I find sons of Daytona visited the
A's. Sara Baldwin and Kenneth dampen the spa its of those"i---3n the whole, everyone had a !arleys end Mr. and Mrs. Buster D eoased.T re: Fj-tate. of Milton H. Lang

Tomlinson; all A's and B's, Cissie who attended the Melrose PTA'good, time and the crowd was .Bennett this weekend. AU Creditor and prrnam llav tJe666
Halloween Carnival Friday night. ]much larger than would be I 1ft. Claim* er D.RlII"d.rll....
tee: Joyce Johnson Vicki Gornto expected Mr. and Mrs. Francis Campbell Said Fauht
Though carnivals call- I I
many were under such adverse
Becky Mathews Hilda Wise con- spent Sunday with
Mr. Mrs.
and You and each of
you are
ed off Melrose hereby
decided to have
,
Sharon Miller, Bobby Ridenour, ditions. The booths closed at 8 so Sidney Williamson of Gainesville. notified and required to present any
and John Allen.'Grade 6: All A's theirs. This meant most of the everyone could enjoy the football .Miss Esther claims and demands which )you or
booths had to be set inside. Mason of Jacksonville either of you may have against the
up G. T. lluggiiu
that followed. By
and B's Linda Basset Cheryl game visited Miss Enza Blanchard estate of Milton H. Lang, deceased HEALTH FACTS
Highlights of the carnival
Cherry, Heidi Chiappinni. Gayle were Bulldogs Lose 34-14 late of said County, to the County
the ,costume parade, the hula- County Agent Sunday evening. Judge of Bradford County. Florida,
Cross Jo-Ann Eichelsderfer, Mike I The favored Cedar Key Sharks
lit his office
hoop contest, and the crowningof Mr. 'and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and in the court house of 1.
Accidents
Jolts, Strains and
said
Goodman Troy McGuire and defeated the Melrose Bulldogs at County at Starke, Florida,
the Kings and Queens. in their feet and their two children spent the week within eight calendar months from bruises produce spinal misalign*
Betty Anne Nelson Grade 7: All Melrose last Friday night 3414. Good Fair Ended to stick splinters the time
of the
A's and B's, Connie Mae Fcrmy- i Winners of the costume parade The Bulldogs twice drove deep Black cattle spotted cattle, cause possible infection. Well, I with Artie their Dobbs parents, Mr. and Mrs. this notice./ Each first claim publication or demand of menu which In turn produce nerve

Duval and Wade Matchett. Grade I were: most original, Tommy Od into Shark territory, only to lose red cattle, black spotted, red and finally talked him out of the added Walter and Mr. and Mrs. shall the be in writing; and shall state I pressures!
Wllkisen.K1l'4Gsur. place of residence and
8: All A's Carol Rothhammer and om as :a Purple People Eater: the ball on fumbles. white hogs, pigs ponies, colts, expediture for hay to use for fiN of the claimant, and shall post of be 2. Nerve pressure produce faulty .

Margaret Slade: all A's and B's prettiest, Marcia Mason, as an Cedar rabbits, pheasants bantams, all the bedding. : LAD sworn to by the claimant, his agent, function in any organ of the
Virginia Ford. Grade 10 All A's Indian princess: and funniest, Key opened the scoring birds, guineas, turkey and learned or attorney, and any such claim or human body.
: pole
in the first period when Joe Dan- Last Saturday night we MISSIONARY BAPTIST demand not so filed shall be void.
3.
and B's, Carol Hansen and Carole Faye Lcgdson with a humorous iels ran 14 yards for touchdown. owls; This variety made up livestock that all the livestock had to be su.4ay.ScAOOl 9:45: tun. MornIng Bertha L. Lang Drug do not correct the
a
Allison. Grade 11 version of the sack dress.ThO" exhibits. As executor of the Last Will and spinal misalignment; they only
: Beverly Wilson There may be big moved out of the tent so it couldbe C?::ahlp 11
Bill Delalno later un. Eveting
scored from the Testament of Milton H. Lang, deceased. ease the and Invariably
j pain
j temporarily -
participating in
the hula
and Bill Pace. Grade 12 livestock shows but'YOU
ger
: Jessanna; eight won't taken down shortly after mid Service 7:30: Prayer .
and kicked the two points p.m._ Meeting
Terrell, Becky Price Brenda McGuire hoop contest were divided into to make it 140. find many with greater variety. night.. Agriculture'Instructor CUr- each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every.one First publication 10-30. 1958. other disturb. the function cf
separate 10-30 4t 11-20 orran.'i..t.
and Ilene Strickland. age groups. Winners The Legion log building was tis Marlow,and I were the only welcome.Key. R. H. ]Mott, .
These sudents were: 7 year group, ended with a In the second quarter, J. W. filled with craft, homed and two persons near who knew anything pastor. Your Chiropractor i* a specialist -
to be
are
conLEE'S tie between Rains ran seven yards for one In
Ricky Garmon and remo8 pressure.
forestry
displays. Inside this at all about the three big
Phyllis Odom 8 Cedar Key score and Delaino Termite Remember there Is sub.mute
.; ; year group Rob building ,was another exhibition sows and litters of pigs that had Control no *
in Williams: 9 year group, BettyJean passed 12 yards to Bill Booth for C.! variety and"interest. to be moved out. NOTICK TO DEFEND .. for a spinal adjustment. It
11 another. Melrose scored when rr i Ctrciit .ut. Bradford Coin?. FOR DEPENDABLE can restore health otter
Cross Linda everything
year group, More
exhibits, more variety, We needed more help and the Florida: !. Cbaaee,.. _
DRIVEINTHEATRE Bassett end the 16 Tcmmy Bass went over from the else has failed.
: plus group more interest and more people all Case No. I2-S53 A Household .
Paschal Carr. one. Bass kicked the two points put together best available was LegionnairesArch Truby C. Slade Plaintiff, vs. Jua- & CommercW: Bring your health problems to
to make it 24-8 at halftime.In I : made this the best Thomas Jr. and Al Crosby. nelle Slade Defendant Peat Control
I The crowning of the Kings and yet on the way to a real County As one of Marvin Rosiers' Land- NOTICE TO APPEAR
Queens, which the third quarter Tommy TO: JuaneJIe Slade. whose test The
Phone i
4113 was scheduled to 0 Grove
Fair.The rnce ,pigs ran toward Arch he dente and address is: Co| "J. W. Spraying
Keystone Heights, Fla. take place at half-time of the Bass brought the Melrose fans to i Eddie Allen Family from called out, "George, which end doI Pope Route 2, Douglas Georgia Dr. H. G. Bollinger
football game had to be held in their feet cheering as he raced :Hampton probably had the great- You are hereby notified that a suit Call FR 6-2661
catch? Al did pretty good, just for divorce and support of. minor Chiropractic Offices
the auditorium due to the 60 yards for a touchdown. On the est family and
FRI., SAT., SUN. mUddyronditi variety participation needed a shoe shine when he fin children has been filed against you
n of the football field. return kickoff, Daniels ran back Even with exhibits of three In the above name Court and cause Florida Peat Control) '* 423 N. Walnut St.
Nov. 7, 8, 9 ished. Next week is a good timeto and you are required to serve a
The winners were: 1st through3rd 60 yards for a Cedar Key TD and classes of hogs, dairy calf, poultryand start planning for next year. copy of your answer or pleading & Chemical Co. Phone, WO 4-2881 Starke
Walt Disney'sLIGHT grades, Irma Jean Tison, 1st Delanio kicked the two points. a special cow whip made by the complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Reminder For ACP A. J. Thomas, or728NE
Jr. 203-5 Temple
grade, and Lloyd Baldwin, 3rd Coach Dave Barber cited Alvin|Young David, Eddie remarked Avenue_Starke, Florida and file 24 N. W. 16th Aye
Lilly as a defensive stand-out for that next year he was going tote If you have had Cost-sharing the original in the office of the University

IN THE FOREST Melrose. prepared with his exhibits. approval for carrying out farm Clerk before of the the 17 Circuit Court on or I Camssvflle, Florida Phone 6-5235 Gatoesvffl
KEYSTONE
day
of
November
1S58
;;
Starring James McArthur Barber said Melrose will haveto Well, that kind of interest will practices, you will know that Nov. otherwise the allegations' of said .

-AND- JEWELERSExpert postpone an 11-man game slat- surely give us a County Fair 14 Is a date to remember. fessed Complaint will be taken as con-
by you.
ARCTICROUNDUP Watch Repairing ed with St Augustine St. Joseph's Thanks to everybody who helped You should have completed d This notice shall be published once
later In the season. The Bulldogs make it :a success. that practice and let our office each week for tour consecutive weeks

Quality Line Jewelry have only 10 boys remaining on We must recognize the interesof textension know you should request an in Dated the Bradford this 15 dayot County October Telegraph.1958. TRE.ES:

I Walter M. 1luhlhoferPAUL'S the squad at present. the FFA boys and their instructors of tim (OFFICIAL SEAL) _

The Melrose 'Junior High foot- Paul Hutchins and We need "to have this information Clerk of CHARLES the Circuit A.Court.DARBY

ball team once again was defeated Curtis Marlow. If there is a word so that no funds will be Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy r
by Starke Saturday night to greater than' just "cooperation," lost. If we know that you are not Clerk. 10-16 4t 11-6 :::::: 9 Pruning

SUNDRIESF end their football season. The that is the word we need. going to use your allocation then :::; iim

powerful Starke Midgets held Special Fair Notes the Committee can assist other CALL FOR BIDS .....___::i 9 Bracing
farmers with OCTOBER :". 1958 "::::::
Melrose that
scoreless while they rack- While we are talking Count re-claimed
Sealed bids will be received by
Melrose Where Friends Meei ed up 20 points. Fair and reminding ourselves thata money. the City Council of the ,
i City of ;;:::;::;::Ji:IT m m m 6 De-Mossing
This game was the first that good Fair involves lots of peoplewilling Most Pigs Known Starke. Florida at the City Hall in ::..::..::..::.:.:.. :-.:. :.:"::.:.:.:.:":.:..:j. "
FOUNTAIN RENTAL LIBRARY MAGAZINES the Junior Cheerleaders have to fit in and lend a hand Do you know Ermie Jones? Do Starke P. ),1., on Florida Tuesday, until, November 7:00: o'clock IS, mmmE ;jj F1mHH -; '-
........... ... .. ..... Work'
cheered. Only recently chosen !wherever help is needed, I mightas you know Albert Griffis? Coupleof No.1958.I Bids may be submitted en Item .:.::.:..::.:.:. '":: ", .. :"..::.:..::...:. 9 Cavity .
or Item No. 2
they are: Virginia Ford, Trudie well as share a couple of item months ago Albert sold Ermiea collectively. At which separately time and or j.

%WELL DRIlliNG Service Morris, Madeline Tyre, Patsy Re- of just a little different interest. grade bred gilt. Ermie reports place all Lids.rt'ceh'ed will be publicly 4Lii.; J 9 Tree RemoVal. l

Pumps gan. Elaine Samson, MargaretSlade I had reminded Fair Manager that one night last week the gUt< following opened: and read aloud on the ''j ,t

and Marian Bass. They Harry Rabb that we would need farrowed 22 fine pigs. No he didn't Item ..to. 1 9 Transplanting
TERMS AVAILABLE looked real cute in their black and some shavings for the stock. On save them all, but he did have One-1959 two-ton truck cab and
chasis, minimum of 1S4 in.
white oufits.A Friday night before the Fair above the average, the last time wheelbase 8-cyclinder minimum- d

Prompt Service Free Estimates party was held for the group Harry called me at 11:40: saying I talked to him. This proud gil 825X20 175 H. P. Heavy-duty motor Complete Tree ServiceFREE
10-ply tires, front and
after the game at Kelley's Rest- he thought we, had better get t is one from a litter of 18 herself rear. 2-Speed rear axle, 5 forward
turant. some straw because he sure would 1 Better talk to these boys abou speed transmission, direct in 5th.

RALPH E. _hate for some of the fine stockmvv7 decreasing numbers. Item X o. ZOne INSPECTION AND ESTIS! TES.
MATHEWSP. Heavy-duty 8-In. single cylinder -
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.yyyyyy .y ......YYW. double-arm Class 11 Hoist
'JT91yTTTTTTTTTTT1LA'VTEY Moore and family 14-ton capacity- and 8-guage'
0. Box 528 Melrose, Fla. FLORAHOMEAND Mrs. William Wilson and family steel platform body, 12-Ft.: long SURGEONS
96-In. wide, *overall 6 stake big SAPP'SPETE
PHONE GR 55101That's GRANDIN socnt Friday and Saturday i in pockets on'.each side and 4 stake
Jacksonville with Mrs. W. R. pockets on rear, 4-In. channel .
Odom. cross members with5-ln. longi- SAPP, Owner' *
By DaneAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA dy Mrs. Joyce T. PatchAAAAAAAXAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA tudinal I-beam with 48-ln 10-guage
- - .f -- .Mr. and Mrs. James Waldronand steel' bulkhead with, side .wings P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5.4887.pala b-FIa.
Our BusinessIf and peepholt-8. Painted and -inStalled -
family visited the Robert on City of Starke truck AGENTS -
It's Glass We Have It! Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Lamoreix Guests of the Earl and Lonnie Waldrons Sunday. chasis with minimum of 84-In.
cab to axle dimension. Bidders
to
CALL WRITE or VISIT from Arizona are visiting Mrs. Testcn families during the week- Mr and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and quote F.O.B. at their plant Federal Phone FR 6-2661 (Phone MA 93617Gainesville

Millie Tyre and her mother Mrs. end wore Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tynerof ftev. and Mrs. Earl Moses visited tax not to be included.The Fla. Ocala, Fla..

Joe Peters Glass Co. McGrath, at Florahome. Sanford Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and accept said or City reject reserves any 'or the all rightto bids. 'Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla. ,
Harry Childers is home on a Teston, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee sons in Callahan Saturday.Mr. CITY OF STARKE FLORIDABy ,
furlough before : Carl Johns. City Clerk.
leaving here Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kersey, and and Mrs. Bryant Reddish '.
FOR ANY GLASS NEED for overseas Army duty in --- -
Europe.He
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Chapman of had as guests during the weekendDr. ,
We Design Modern Store Fronts is spending his time with his Jacksonville, and Ed Teston of and Mrs. Roy Young and .- +-----T--- ---1--- -' t

Just Mail Us A Pattern for mother, ,Mrs. Ruth Childers and Summersworth, N. H. family, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack _, : I ; t t- st

Table Tops other relatives in Florahome. Mrs John Teston of Jackson- Pons and family of Tallahassee.Mr. ,' -.'..:.... J"_ ,,-
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Johnson and
1313 N.W. 4th PL ville visited her brother-in-law and Mrs. Don Ballentineand
Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2353NOW son R. L. Jr., attended the Junior t 1 .
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. family of Jacksonville visited T-. > '
Football
Game at Melrose High t 1 ,
Dinkins on Saturday. the D. '>";:..' -
School last Saturday evening. G._ and Leon Wilkerson : i. ,.%. 7s. ;-:
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Carr and families this weekend. > ,, ?. 1,'
Friends to ,-
were glad see Austin i. -
OPEN IN STARKETRY Miller was able to come home on son of Tallahassee were Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Crews "* *__*'.. .

Wednesday of last week from the overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. and' family ,spent _Sunday with V '-i. -

ANY PAINT I MAKE AND I'LL GIVE Bradford County Hospital in Earl Padgett and family. Mrs. Ida Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Padgett lE'.s' .

YOU A GALLON: OR QUART WITH EACH Starke where he had been a patient Padgett returned home with- them and family of Clay Hill.

ONE YOU BUY for a week. after a visit here. The Louin Reddings had as : '.,

Bobby Ray Carnes from Wisconsin Mrs. A. J. Starling is spendingsonetime Sunday guests the Herbert Red- : ANNOUNCES? A NEW HIGH IN .
is visiting his parents. Mr. with her son-in-law and: dings of.Green Cove Springs, and :

and Mrs. Clyde Carnes in Flora- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph the Horace Reddings of Jackson -
home this week. Higginbotham of Baldwin.

FREE'Price Mr. and Mrs. Palcide Stantellanof Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peavy and ville.Mr.. and Mrs. Cecil Reynoldsand

Florahome are the proud parents son and Mrs. Gara Dorman of family of Baldwin spent Sunday -

of a baby daughter born Higginbotham KC. 6nbC te?&? with Mr. and Mrs. Jack'Reynolds

Tuesday, Oct. 28, at Glendale Ocoee visited Mr and Mrs. Carl and sons and Mrs. Lomie 'ce.

Hospital in Palatka. Prevatt during the weekend. Mosley. 9t

on our Paint starts at Mrs. Gallic Rye. Mrs. Ercell Don't forget the PTA meetingin Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Williamsand

Sapp and children, Judy and the school Tuesday evening, family visited Mr. and Mrs.
$2.00 A Quart $5.98 A Gallon Frank, and Miss Priscilla Griffinof Nov. 11 at 7:30.: Joe Kirkland and Mr. and Mrs. 7ThCROWFi

Grandin attended the Junior Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson 1 Ronnie Dikes in Jacksonville \

MARY CARTER PAINT STORE football game in Melrose last Sat- and sons of Jacksonville were i Wednesday.Mr. .

urday evening. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs.Robert C. Carlton

355 Temple Ave. Ph. WO 4-8565 Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brantley Troy] Bennett. i and sons of Jacksonville were

STARKE, FLORIDA and children Mrs. Ercell Sapp Everett Burney and daughter, !Saturday and Sunday guests of ((

and children Mrs. Eugene Brant- Mrs. Al Smith of Jacksonville I the Frank Cruce family. -'<

ley and children. Mrs. Pat Good called on Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp Ordinance F-C F. C. Gladieuxleft ...: _- .., .: ,t. .
man and children Miss PriscillaGriffin Saturday. Wednesday for Mayport to "

and Jimmy and David We were pleased to have Mr. i rejoin his ship. : : '

LOCAL MANAGER Rye attended the Halloween Car and Mrs. Preston Green of Mel Miss Francis Lane of nears :

FOR nival at the Melrose school last Ga., former Lawtey residents, a 5 1 Maxville visited"Mrs. Mattie Car- t EXTRAJ ,

Friday evening. guests at the morning service at t 'ter Sunday. :

Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Cox of First Baptist Church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rowell revatt '

Jim Walter Corp. Grandin are the proud parents of Mrs. Bettie Miner and sons and I and family were in Lake Butler

a second son, Carl Franklin Cox Mrs. W. J. Carson of Jacksonvillewere Sunday for a visit with Mr. and

Jr., born Friday. Oct. 31 in Doc Sunday guests of, Mrs. Effie Mrs. David Southerland and Mr.
tor's Hospital Starke. Miner. and Mrs. Ernest' Southerland.

"World's Largest Home Builders" Little Miss Edith Murrh re, Mrs. Johnny Jenkins of Jack Mr. and Mrs. Fay Durban of

granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. sonville visited her parents Mxis Jacksonville were Sunday guests

E. E. Strickland of Grandin i and Mrs. O. J. Anders, Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wain-

WILL BE IN STARKE spending two weeks in Cle'Wistonwith i I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shufordand wright. .

her mother and stepfather. son, and Mrs. Hester Hickswere Miss Judy Padgett _spent Sunday i
Mr; and Mrs' ; Ronald V. Goodman.Mr. in Daytona this weekend toI with her brother-in-law and

EACH THURSDAYAT and Mrs. Ercell Sapp had I I see Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martin. sister Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davis of 4
as dinner guests last Sunday Mr. Mrs. Hester Hicks remained fora Jacksonville. .*. ...for Florida most Popular Premium gasoline!Jto J'

and Mrs. J. D. Sapp of Trenton; longer visit with her daughterand We are glad to report that

Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Bass, and Mr. family. Randall Bradley has returned f'

STARKE HARDWARE CO.123 and Mrs. Tom Parrish of New- Mrs. Mary Reddish and son his home from Alachua General l For.a gasoline that will change your ideas proved Crown Extra outperform oitur'prt* .A S .

berry. Bryant attended the Sapp reunionf Hospital: after spending several about premium gasoline performance, try miums costing more! ,.
Mrs. Theodore Gornto of Starke Sunday days there due to an eye injury. a tankful of the Improved CrOWD Extra now This lame advanced redoing -techmqu ,
P.M. TO 6:00 P.M. Grandin visited her son and D. B. Thomas and daughter, Also Mrs. H. C. Harley came home at'Standard Oil stations. has also made our Crows and Super Crows .

daughter-In-law Mr. and ,Mrs.J. i. Diann visited the Milton Claricesand from Bradford County Hospital An advanced refining technique makes ImExtra finer gasolines too. With_three two-

C. Weeks'and family In Brunswick the Jamie M tons in Mac- on Saturday proved_ Crown Extra the cleanest premium lines to choose from, you need." py- only, tot,* ..
"* '
Ga. last weekend. clenny Sunday. you can buy. actually reduces deposits power your car can use. -
Miss Jean of Palatka
Weldon Carter left in engine, gives more mileage per Standard Oil l gasolines refined; i it to*. .
For Brantley of Grandinmade Mr., and Mrs. your
Appointments Call Hoye Hague and was the Sunday dinner guest of and better performance over the South to suit Southern driving condition, 11"dollar
a business trip to Gainesville family visited the Bud, Hagues I in Misses Betty Jo and Mary Jane bole wide r&nie-of gauging values. Under and are constantly improved meet cbaaj

JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector of last week with Mr. Thompson Alachua Sunday.Mr. Clark. all-round driving conditions, you'll find Im ing fat: -cagine rcquiremtnU. *-. <. ,f
Putnam Hall. and Mrs. Bill Zack of Jacksonville Miss .Vera Crews was the Saturday I
STARKE WO 4-5311 Mrs. Callie Rye and Mrs. Edward spent the weekend with overnight guest of herbrotherinlaw .
Hutson of Grandin visited the,L. S.
Tanners. and sister Mr. ':'
Mrs. Carl F. Cox and her new Mrs. Everitt Futch, and Ann and_ Mrs. Sherman Bell of, Jack STANDARD OIL COMPANY i..J- .

little son Carl Jr. at the hospitalin and Andy Padgett were Sunday sonville. _. I.INTYia1j( ) I. I

lllt's A Quality Home Starke last Sunday afternoon.Rev. guests of Mrs. Susie Padgett I in Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Rosier and ;

Martin V. Stedham of Pa- Clay Hill. family visited the J. C. Pringles K. G. DUNCAN AGENT ; :: :.
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latka the .
was guest speaker at the Mr. and Mrs. Billy Torode and in Palatka Saturday. ,
,It's A Jim Walter Home"y I morning service in Paran Baptist! son of Gainesville. were Sunday i Miss Jackie Harley spent the Starke Florida Phone
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Church last Sunday. guests. of Mr. and Mrs. W. PI I weekend< with her parents, Mr.I WO 4.1521


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