Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Official County Publication Established In 1879


Bryant Letter .-w. .- ,,. .. ,- City Insurance In Re-districting HassleBoard

Praises Starkeaeanup Draws Gripes Picks Squeeze Plan; :


Drive From EmployeesApparently

, Mayor Randal Chitty has ? cWt1: in the throes ofa Hardy Resigns JobAttorney

received a letter from Gov. r Y. "Prt" "summer lull" the Starke

FarrIs Bryant commending I 'c' ; city council met in a brief

the City of Starke for "the L hour-long session Tuesday

tremendous results" obtainedIn night during: which they' The Bradford County (Commission ended a two-day

Clean-up, Paint-up. Fix-up; heard complaints from city SaysWill hassle over redistricting by approving "for further de

campaign sponsored by the 4 4b : '. employees about insurance. : velopment" a Squeeze-Starke plan that Charles Hardy

Civic Round Table. ... .'" Power Plant Supt. Zane termed so impractical he resigned as the board's re-

"One of Florida's finest as- : Brooks told the council the File Suit districting plan-man.

sets is its beauty and cleanli- 44p''j !' -;, A city's present hospitalizationpolicy
\ .. ,: Hardy told Chairman Carl Prevatt: "I wouldn'tconsider
& ; :
,.. with the
ness the Governor's letter ",":> .>.;: "t PeninsularLife
said. Insurance of I was serving the best interest of the countyby
"It's natural beauty can Company
only be brought into proper Gator Goes VisitingIt i Jacksonville does not pal Next working on a plan like that. We would be better

focus by keeping its man- : claims on certain items pre- Monday off to let it stay like it is." Says Is 'Disservice'Plan One

made additions clean, neat, isn't every day that an alligator comes railing at a business -: viously covered by Blue Cross- In voting for Plan 1, the .

and orderly. Projects such as establishment in Starke, but that is exactly what happened I Blue Shield. The city changed so-called Squeeze-Starke fore the board on numerous erations of area if adopc
yours make your city and last week at Gateway Chevrolet, Inc. on U. S. SOl North.A 'policies because of an increase "\Ye will file suit Monday," Attorney George Pierce I method of redistricting, the occasions in the past, plead Plan 1."

state a better place in whichto company salesman took a prospect out to view a car on the in rates by Blue Cross- said Wednesday upon learning the County Commissionhad I I board's majority bloc [Pre ing for a reshuffle of thecounty's Chairman Prevatt said the

live and visit." Blue Shield. Brooks told the voted to develop Plan 1 (the Squeeze-Starke plan) vatt, Green, and Chastain] eight election precincts law did not
lot at rear of the building, and there was five feet of Florida which also badly say anything
A similar letter was also] received council that several other city as a possible way out of its re-districting dilemma. authorized further study and are about area-only population-
alligator snoozing on the ground in front of the car. Pictured out of balance, population-
by the employees were also dissat- counting of noses prior to
Mayor from Pierce told the board Tues so he could not
with :Mr. Gator are (from left) Joe Giddens, Jimmy Lawson, ceedings to compel the boardto see anything
isfied with final of firm bound-
Sen. Charley E. Johns. the present policy. day that "my client will I adoption wise.Hardy wrong with the Squeeze-
Harold Yarbrough and Walter Alvarez. They theorize that redistrict. If they did not said he favored
"Our town has certainly Brooks reported that he injured bring suit" against the commission aries of the new districts. Starke plan.Roberts .

taken on a 'new look,' and I the alligator came out from a nearby pond when water got too his ankle while on duty unless it developsan then come up with a plan Hardy told them that, under wedge-shaped Plan 3 becauseit replied that It

sincerely hope we can keepit high during recent rains. I and the insurance would not acceptable redistrictingplan. I that was acceptable to the this plan, the only way in would accomplish both pur would contribute to more

attractive so that it will cover the injury, even though Pierce said that Plan 2 court, then the court could do which Districts One, Four, pose-equalizing the commissioner factionalism on the board by

be appealing to our many Through ChannelsTriangle i it was serious enough to require or 3 were the most equitableand the job or appoint a committee and Five could pick up enough districts and permitting creating, In effect, two "citjr

tourists who pass through, care and x-rays. City would probably be ac- to redistrict the county. population for their propor- efficient and flexible arrange- commissioners" and three

and be an incentive for themto Clerk Merrill Edwards related ceptable. tionate share would be to extend ment of voting precincts. He "rural commissioners" who

settle in "I another incident in which the I their boundaires to said he undertook the job
our community, II AuctionSet John A. Torode, who appeared Council Praises up might not have as broad a
Sen. Johns I children of two the city limits of Starke through a desire to render a
said. city employees before the Commis- on viewpoint as they would If
were bitten by a dog. He sion several months ago witna Clean-up Leaders all four sides. Thus, the City service and did not want any they each had some city and

125 Cases said the company paid in one request for redistricting,1 In Resolution of Starke, in itself, would remuneration for work he some rural area in his dis

case but not the other because said Yisterday the suit wouldbe comprise two districts withan had already done. He said trict.
tor 21Sale
June of the manner in which I I II approximate count of 1- that he had spent around
brought in his name as a Starke's city council After almost a day and a
Heard InCounty $150 in personal funds In do-
the claim was worded. taxpayer. He said that he did I Tuesday night ordered I Ii 100 electors each. half of argument, Mrs. Chas-

The clerk was ordered to not consider Plan 1, as en- i drawn a special resolution I Hardy said the most prac- ing his preliminary work. tain made a motion to adopt

CourtCounty of an excess parcel of right-of-way, known as contact an agent of the Peninsular dorsed by the Commission ac- I recognizing the efforts of Dr. tical plan of redistricting Commissioner Roberts mov- Plan 1. It was seconded by

The Golden Triangle, at the intersection of U S. 301 company to request ceptable. D. W. Whiffen, Al Gregory, I II would be to create five wedge- ed that Hardy's resignation be Green, and carried, with Pre

Judge T. A. Yawn and State Road 100, has been rescheduled by the State. that he meet with the councilto After Pierce's ultimatum I Fred Snell, and Buford Mitchell shaped districts, each comingto accepted with thanks for the vatt also voting yes, and
I work he had already done
had 125 cases recorded on the Road Department for 11 a.m. Friday June 21. explain the policy and Commissioner Russell Green:i in the city's Clean-up, a point in Starke. in orderto and that he be compensated, Johns and Roberts no.

county court docket during A previous sale, scheduled answer questions from the said, "We don't have to sit 1 Paint-up, Fix-up campaignlast cut into the city's dense for his time. Commissioner Joh.ns said he

the month of May, 43 of them several weeks ago, was delayed angle. This action was later employees. down and take orders from I week. population, and I fanning out At the Wednesday morning could block the plan by mov-
rescinded however, with a request to the
In other borders.
action the council: county Hardy
for unlawful speed. one man. If we do then we I Idon't i Whiffen and Gregorywere ing his residence to Sampson
by the Road Departmentat that the sale be handled Granted of said this plan would have the session the Prevatt-Green-
I a request City
need a Board of County district
There were also 13 charges ('ochalrmen'of the City [now in his but
the request of Sen. CharleyE. : in the regular manner. j, Engineer Earl Bessent,of Reynolds double advantage: of equalizing Chastain bloc also voted downa
of no valid driver's license, 10 jj Commissioners. He compli- :, clean-up drive, Snell is motion by Johns and Rob to be In Green's district under

for following too closely, sev- Johns. i|: Smith, and Hills of mented Pierce, however, for president of the Starke Jaycees the districts in both pop- erts to hold hearingon Plan 11. "If I do this, you
a public
en for writing worthless Sen. Johns said he requested Guardsmen GetIinformation Jacksonville, to spend $558 on "smiling when you said that."' I I and Mitchell is presi- ulation and area, and would the matter to help deter- can't redistrict to put me out

checks, five for escape and the delay because he did I additional transformers at thecity's The suit If med. would be in dent of the Civic RoundTable provide flexibility for an easy I. mine the wishes of the public of my district," Johns said

four for driving while license; not think the public was sufficiently -I new well. the form of mandamus proTobaccoiease which sponsored the shift of boundaries to take in the redistricting con- He said he would do this

was revoked. There wel'ethree .Voted to appoint Inman campaign."I care ,of population changes in rather than see his district
advised, on the mat-i Green to the city Zoning I the future. This was labeled troversy. They said a public
cases each of breaking : To Protect Jobs don't know exactly would worth- whittled down in area to the
hearing serve no
ter Board to Plan 3. .
and he wanted the countyto replace Jum'us
and entering with intent to |I i ,how, to word it but we cer ,. I' 'while city limits of Starke. '
realize as much from the I Smith, now" deceased. Green I tainly to An alternate plan that Prevatt "We can't
commit a felony, no fishing;; I National guardsmen and I :, ought recognizethese Commissioner Green had replied
,was recommended by Zoning Program, Gets Hardy said would do a sec- "
for the where
license. and disturbing the I sale as possible. reservists who have to be absent men part frequently stated "the people help you move.
Board Chairman John To- ond-best job would providefor
peace. I I Under the law for disposition from their jobs in orderto I they did in the beautification don't want it," when arguing Upon motion of Roberts the
rode. Other District
of the One
members leaving
,2-Year ExtensionCongressman of our city," Mrs. Ru- board voted that "when the
Two cases were recorded annual
of excess right-of-way, perform their board [[ ] about it is sinceit against the wedgeshapedplan.
are S. G. Denmark, Mrs. Lawtey as ,
by Johns, council chairman next is hired to complete -
for each of the following offenses training duty have certain' person
the Road Department will sell Marguerite Hall, and Arch already has approximatelythe
I toldf the Attorney the boundary lines, tinder -
-breaking and entering obligations if they want their I D. R. [Billy chal-
I This statement was
Thomas Sr.Turned right population for
the and de-
property funds George Pierce.Rotary the plan approved by the
with intent to commit grand Matthews has announced
job rights protected, accord-
over to the Utilities i equal district, and wedge- lenge by Johns and Roberts
larceny, grand larceny, burning rieved from the sale will be ing to a U. S. Department of Committee several bids on that the House Committee on I shapa the other four districts who said Green hadn't been board, that a contract price

the woods no driver's license credited to the county's sec- Labor official. Agriculture favorably reported for the work be negotiatedand
pipe to be used in the Bes- .I Hears This was labeled Plan 2. talking to the same people
running a stop sign, ondary road fund. Harvey Driscoll, regional sent Road sewer project. Several his bill, H. R. 5930, to extend The Prevatt-Green-Chas- they had been talking to. that payment be made

improper passing, violation of The parcel will bes ld to director of the Department's council members reported for two additional years Speech Therapist tain action came after Commissioner Chairman Prevatt said flat only "on completion of the

the charter of the Railroadand Bureau of Veterans Reemployment the program permitting the Work Johns and ly that "the Lawtey people work.
i the highest bidder, at a public they had been asked when Explain Jerome
Public Utilities Commission I I -flights, said here lease and transfer of tobacco don't want to come into a district -
work would begin on the pro- George Roberts were defeatedon
auction and bid'of at I.
reckless driving, willful a ,this week that guardsmen ject and said they thought 't acreage allotments. II Mrs. Carolyn Walsh, speecb two previous attempts to with Starke" and hewouldn't Fire Department

and wanton, and allowing an least $390 [appraised value of and reservists must request should not be unduly post- Matthews stated that during therapist of Starke Elementary get either Plan 2 or Plan 3 vote for any plan Makes Two Calls

unauthorized person to drive. the property] must be re-II leave of absence in order to poned. the 1962 crop year, tobacco School, spoke at the Rotary approved for further develop- that would put them there.

Single cases werepermitting ceived. have the reemployment pro. acreage allotmentswere Club Wednesday describ-
Was told by City Attorney ment by Hardy. Commissioner Roberts argued Starke's fire departmentmade

livestock to run at large According to a legal noticein tection afforded by federal:i George Pierce that the state established for 572,462 ing the different types of Prevatt said he had no per- that at least three Commissioner two calls last week, according -

withholding support, resisting this issue of The Telegraph law for military duty. I legislature has appropriated: farms, and the total acreage speech defects found in school sonal objection to Plan 2 districts, and possibly to Chief R. C. [Red]

arrest, breaking and entering "Employers are obligated to!' $75,000 for a new National alloted was 1,235,510 acres. children, and corrective measures leaving Lawtey by itself] four, would have to dip Buford-one to Reno for a
with intent to commit petty the property Is des- grant leave of absence to During that year, acreage allotments that used in dealing
Guard Armory here. Mayor but would not vote for it be- into Starke no matter which stove fire and one to South

larceny, first degree murder, cribed as "a wedge-shaped triangular guardsmen and reservists for Randal Chitty said, however, were leased from I with them. ; cause he wanted Green and plan was adopted, if population Walnut Street to a email

hunting with an unplugged parcel of land, bounded annual military training pur- that the state appropriatesonly 20,347 farms to 17,148 farms. She defined speech defectsas Mrs. Chastain to be satisfied was to be anywhere near grass fire.

gun. contributing to the delinquency j poses. The total acreage leased in being "when speech differsso
on the west by MunroeSt. 25 per cent of the funds equal. The alarm from Reno came
of a minor, care- "The law now prohibits 1962 was 28,168 acres which much from the normal thatit also.Hardy's
and on the east by State with the remaining 75 per resignation droppeda Green's District 5 has only Thursday. May 30, from the
lessly burning the woods, fail. I employees to take their vacations cent coming from the federal reduced to 25,571 acres : causes the listener to pay bomb shell into the meetingand 309 registered voters and to I home of Irene Ferguson
ure to yield the right-of-way Road 299 [IU. S. 301], and on time through adjustment of yieldsas
at the an- the
same more attention to speech
government and said it will left the board, figuratively pick up an additional 800. where a oil cooking stove in
breaking and entering with the south by a turnout eon- nual military training is approved for transfer in patterns than to what the the creek when
be at least a year before construction speaking, "up Roberts predicted that the the kitchen flared up
Intent to commit a misde- SR 200 with scheduled," Driscoll contin 1962 was about two per centof is saying." "
necting Munroe will begin on the person without a paddle. Faced witha boundary would have to extend water on top of it boiled over.

meanor, skipping bond, park- St." The parcel contains 730 ued.He new armory. The city has already the total allotted. Mrs. Walsh said she has threatened law suit to force right up to the Starke Damage to the kitchen was
ed on highway, possession of said that employees are Matthews said there was a with the
been pleased
site very them to with a re- said.
donated 12 come Buford
square feet, more or less. a acre up limits on the west, or "maybe slight,
game fish while operating a entitled to reemploymentwith good chance of favorable action high degree of cooperation almost half "
for the new building and districting plan, into Saratoga Heights. The grass fire got away
trot line, improper license Unusual interest has been I such seniority, status, Starke is reported to- have by the House this year, shown by parents in assistingher the year has gone by and declared "People from some men cleaning the

: tag. lewd and lascivious behavior shown in the triangle locally pay, and vacation as they [Continued on Page 41] and he hoped early passage to correct speech defectsin months of intensive study and Roberts the outskirts: of property south of Tuck's

forgery and uttering since it borders on the east would have had if they had could be obtained. their children. : effort will be required of any living on here Drive-In on South Walnut

c a forgery, assault and bat- side, an unused block of Mun not been absent for training stepping "cold" into Starke have been voting and called tha

tery, and violation of restrictions roe St. which was closed by purposes. In Final Spring Session Hardy's person shoes. Redistrictingcan all their lives. How are they Street police In the
to fire department case
to feel about having
on driver's license. the State Road Department] Further information may \ be done only in odd- going somewhere else to vote?" fire did get to close to the
in re-routing 301 through the, go
be had from the Bureau of numbered years. motel owned by Sen. Charley

: city. If the block of Munroe' Veterans Reemployment Reds Top Whites 24-0 In ScrimmageThe Hardy had already spent Roberts said that Prevatt,i Johns. No alarm was sounded -
remains and is final- Green and Chastain were afraid -
unused of ,
FREE Rights U. S. Department months of study on the redistricting for that blaze, the chief
; ly closed legally by the city, Labor, Room 523, 1371 Peach- i that a Starke resident
plans and had a- since it of minor
Reds clobbered tha proved lineman" and also next also singled said was
was -
more year
for county commissioner -
one-half of the block will go tree Street N .E., Atlanta 9, might run
CHEST X.RAY to the owner of the triangle.j Georgia. Whites 24-0 last Thursday I lauded the work of Red team I. out by the coaches for bout completed a "nose count"everything to except determine -- in every district if the consequence.

making his property much night, May.30. in the Bradford, guard Jeff Warren and White special praise. liv- wedge-shape plan were adopted -
I how people
valuable. I team guard Joe Gardner. The Tornadoes will regroup many ,.but he said that the same Summer Shop
more Tornadoes final grid scrimmage -
TUESDAY Guy Andrews owner of the Free Chest White team tackle John Spen- this August 15 to begin practice ed within the thing would happen in at least
of the spring. each new district. It was at Program At BHS
former Winn-Dixie building ,X.Rays Set gler, who will be only a sopho-I for their 1963-64 season. three districts if the Squeeze-
JUNE 18 "We showed marked improvement this point that he asked the ,
at Madison and Munroe has Starke plan were adopted.
board's help in indicating A summer shop program
been very active in seeking!Tues., June 18 in our over-all play I you have defeated your purpose -
Bradford County I which plan they favored so open to grades 1-12 will be
title to the triangle. It was I over the job we did againstthe I ," Roberts said, "and
to duplicate
would not have
Health Department at his request that the SRD ,! Free chest x-rays will be Seniors two weeks ago," he have abandoned all consld- offered at Bradford High

scheduled the first sale. !t available in Bradford County Head Coach David Hurse said I his efforts by developing School for six weeks from
in hb
9AM.-l2Noon Since Andrews owns adja-2 for one day only on Tuesday,! of the final night's ,,"ork."The more ,than one plan June 17 to August 9, accordIng
1 poulation
June 18, from 9 a. m. to 12 i backfield timing looked much Ralph Kazarian
2 To 5 T\1 cent property on the west of i Hardy, who has supervised to Industrial Arts Instructor
a noon and from 2 to 5 p. m better and the lineplay was \
the unused block of Munroe, elections in Bradford countyfor Joins JohnsInsurance Ted Oglesby.
The free service will be given much sharper," the BHS athletic
Take advantage of this if he also gained title to the 1|'' many years, Is deemed to Firm Elementary students will
trailer of mentor enthused.
triangle, he would fall heir' by the I be in the best qualified person meet each weekday from 1-
opportunity for a Chest Florida State Board of'> Red team quarterback Don r 2:30 m. and junior and
the entire block, if and to work out a redistricting p.
t Health, located at the County !!! Falcon was termed the outstanding Ralph Kazarian. son-in-law
when it is closed by the city.Andrews plan with the 'possible senior high students will mee:
X-Ray at no expense to : has said the triangle i; Health Department on !j j back of the night .by exception of Mrs. Marian of Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. | from 2:30-5 p. m. Classes will

would be of little use to :;I, Church St. j. Hurse. The young signal caller, | Crosby, former supervisor of Johns, is associated with the 1 be held In the BHS shop.
you. With the assistance of the !I who will be only a sophomore i
: anyone else, but would be useful registration, who retired fromI Charley E. Johns Insurance
1 I Florida State Board of Health !I next year, scored once,
to him. since he owns ad- and I I the post the first of this year. Agency ,effective :Monday.Mr. Master MasonsTo
and the Tuberculosis Association -I completed several passes, 4'I
:: jacent property. He also argues -
the Health Department thrilled the scattering of fans Following Hardy's resigna Kazarian recently completed Meet
i A 3 3is. MondayAll
that he was deprived of _t _
This Space Contributed schedules countywide chest x- with some sharp running and ti ; : .. tion. Chairman Prevatt said the Insurance Casualty
a corner when the SRD closedthe :) I 'I ''y ;: _______ Mrs. Crosby would'be contacted -
end of and ray surveys every two years. I signal calling. Course at Jacksonville University Master Masons are Invited
Munroe St.
Weekly to Publicize i I I The other three touchdowns I to see if she would complete .
1 | I I In intervening years, a one- } the to attend the regular
getting title to the triangle' and has passed
j 1 day service is provided primarily were credited to halfbacks 3d- : the work. meeting of Bradford LodgeNo.
would help him re-establish.
state .
Events examination.In
Community by i his comer. for the convenience of!I die Noegel and Ronnie Harper Hardy told the board that 35 at 8 p. m. Monday

I teachers, food-handlers, and and fullback Mickey Agner. his primary interest In the announcing the association June 10. The Master Mason's
The I The County Commission atone ----I' ,
CommunityState time asked the SRD to| i dairy workers who are required -j Line Coach Frank Reeves ali -, matter was to render a serv- the Johns Agency said Degree will be conferred on

;| to have annual x-rays. i so singled out several of his ice to the county and he felt that Mr. Kazarian would be Fellowcraft Brother Robert
deed all excess rightofwayon Froah halfback Ronnie Harper follows his blocking over
Bank The general public is also j charges .for individual praise.I this motive would be thwartedby I happy to call and discuss an Myrlck:) by the officers and
U. S. 301 South to the I
the goal line in the final grid of this last
scrimmage spring
i invited to take advantage of j I He termed Red team tackle I the board's'-1ipproval of insurance program with anyone members of the lodge-D. L,
county, including the tnSSSSSSsS&ss-
-l this service. 1 Tommy Thomas "the most im-, Thursday, May 20. The Reds, beat the Whites 24.0. Plan 1. He has appeared be- desiring this gervice.ka.L Rigby, W. M.



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I Mrr and- Mrs.- Jesse New- I! Dr. and Mrs. Corbin Carnell'' Circuit Services Held | 176; s f<>et to East boundary fling, all I lying and being in hand the above described prop
'some and Mi. and Mrs. Rus- >and son of Gainesville were JudgeSnodgrass 1 I of said Block 6 South of Section 21. Township 6 erty. at the property of said
; FolkstonJ, Range West; thence South South, Range 22 East, i Bradford Building Supply, Inc.
sell McRae were in Tuesday luncheon guests of Mr., Friday ForPhillips and 18 degrees West 153U : Bradford County Florida. to satisfy each of the aforesaid -

Ga. on Sunday attending the I and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. | 68,,. feet to point of beginning: at public sale, to the highest .i executions
i, I < : Infant said parcel of lot of land being i I and best bidder for cash, at the P. D. REDDISH, Sheiiff
J Williams family reunion and Mr. and Mrs. Paul situated in the South- South door of the Bradford i of Bradford County.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Morris visited Faulkner\\Of Alabama, i\ !< east corner of Block 6, South :I, County Courthouse in StarXe. Florida.
I family Dennis James Phillips. infant of Range West of Simon J.I! Florida, between 11:00 a.m.. and 1 iiH.. 6U: -
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 6451 Williams and family. The Mrs. Mrs. Robert Faulkner in\I Rep. and Mrs. A. J. :ThomasJr. son of Erie Leslie and :, Temples Subdivision qf the 2:00 p. m., on June 24th, 1963. iI I -
: Newsomes brought their Jacksonville on Saturday. Northeast Quarter of the CHARLES A. DARBY
I granddaughter; Elaine Wil- I were called to Scottsboro, Joan McLendon Phillips of;( Southwest Quarter of Section CLERK CIRCUIT COURT IN' roi">TY Ji'ixiK's cornT.
)'trs. W. W. Page of Lake Cityi Mrs. llaxie Carter Sr. was in} liams home with them for a Terry Barry underwent sur-! Ala. last week by the death'of Lawtey. died Wednesday, May !II 21, Township 6 :South. I By Janet N. Carter i I IV AMI FOR BI1ADFOI1IJCOUNTY.
Range 22 East. Bradford Deputy Clerk | l-LOKIDA.
spent the weekend with! :Miss:Jacksonville gery Tuesday in St. Vincent'sHospital. Mrs. Thomas' father. Circuit : 29 in a Starke hospital. I
: last week visiting! weeks visit. I' j I County, Florida, and containing : (Court Seal) In re: Estate of
Kate Struth. They visited 11r.1|her sister, Mrs Clinton Buff.j I II Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk I Judge John M. Sn dgrass on Besides his parents he is 62,100 of an acre I ARTHUR T. BOONE andWILLr.UI !1 L, G Hemingway deceased.NOTICE .
i iresen'ed
more or less except: : a strip C. Ul'THRlE. JR. TO CnnDITORS
nnd Mrs. W. G. Struth in Jack-,I and attended the Girls Auxili-I were in Pierson Ga. on Sun- Mrs. Inez Acree of Willlston,!I Saturday. He was 68 years of survived by two brothers: for a road or street'on 1 Bv.WILLIAM C. GUTIIRIE: Jr. All creditors of the estate of

ponville on Saturday. 1 ary Coronation service day visiting Mr. and Mrs. !::Mrs. J. C. Stringer, and Leel]I i age and had been in ill health paternal grandmother. Mrs. i i the Eat border of above j 102 Florida Title Building L. G Hemlhgway deceased are
land. Also Beginning notified and required to
described Jacksonville
: 2. Florida hereby
4A Mrs. F. F. stump .is spending[Parkwood Baptist Church, Jeff Paulk. Myers of Alachua, and Mrs.j I I for several months. Funeral O. J. Phillips of Lawtey; and at Southwest corner of i I. ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF ..: file any claims or demand.
..this week with Mr. and :Mrs.(where her grandchildren, Carla} Sgt. 1-C Dickie Edmondson : Anita Rice and daughter i i i i services were held at 3 p. m. maternal grandei'parents, C. Northeast Quarter of Southwest It 6t\i'\ which they may have against I
of Section 21. I I IOTI the office -of the
Quarter said estate
John W. Griffin in Ochlochnee, Jeanne and Carlton Faulk, were; of Riverside :Military Academy Frances, of Princeton, W. Va.i I Sunday in the First Methodis1- .. B. MrLendon of Tampa. and Township 1outh., Range, county judge of Bradford' Coun

Ga.. and will attend the grad. crowrubearers. ': Gainesville, Ga. is home for 'were visitors of Mr. and Mrs.,I I Church of Scottsboro. Mrs Bryon Register of Jacksonville 22 East and run 20 degrees (''': OK SliritlPF'S S.\LE' I I ty. Florida in the courthouse at
uation of her :; East of North 131 feet to' NOTICE Is Hereby Given that ; Starke. Florida within six calendar -
granddaughter,;i Jeanne Faulk of Jacksonville the summer.Lt. H. L. Hough last Sunday. Judge:! Snodgrass haG served I i the Southeast corner of : T. P. D. Reddish. Sheriff months from the mite ot
:Margie Ellen Thomson, in Mqnticello ,? -i!is confined with chicken pox atj and Mrs. J. W. Woodall.; Mrs. Rachel Roberts of Water -'as circuit judge since 1949, Funeral services were held : West Half of Block 6 South i Bradford County, Florida, Of'' the first publication of thIs notice. .
on Friday evening.Mrs. the home of her and had also served three Range/ 4 West of Simon J. : and by virtue of certain write I I Each claim or demand mast
grandmother, of Rantoul HI. are visitingher street entertained a few in the First : must state
1 at 2 P. M. Friday Temples SubdUision: thence II execution to-wit: i i, be in writing and
S. S. Field returned to Airs. ilaxie Carter Sr. parents, :Mr. and Mrs.friends at a buffet supper. terms in the Alabama state Baptist Church Lawtey, with ': 19 degrees East of North 1. Execution issued by the.'., the place or residence and post:! ,
her home in New York along East line of said West Circuit Court Bradford I: office address: of the Claimant
City Mr. and Wednesday evening honoring; legislature. He was a delegate of
Charles God- Hines this week. :
Jack They Rev. Tommy Howe officiating. half of Block 6. 157 feet: I' County. Florida under datt ] and must be swtfra.to by the
Wednesday after a month's visit frey and daughter, Elaine, of j! will report at the Seymour I Mrs. Eva Fernandez on her, from Alabama to the National Interment was in the family thenoe 71 degrees West of of May 1. 19S3' issued pur claimant his agent, or his, attorney
with her mother, Mrs. L F.' Washington. Ga. last: 80th birthday anniversary. Democratic Convention in North 105 feet to West line suant to a tax warrant of or It will become old
spent Johnson AFB Goldsboro N. ;
plot in Hope Cemetery law.
Northeast to
of said Quarter The Comptroller of Floridsunder according
:Smith; and Mr. Smith. I week with Mr. and Mrs. Tyler -i C. on July 1. ,Others present were Mr. and, 1932 and was a Past Master f' Cl.! under direction of De-;I of Southwest Quarter the provisions of May 24th. 1963.

Miss Elissa StefaneUi will arrive Jones. They all spent ) Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stock- Mrs. J. T. Quigley, Mrs. Virgie;,. of his Masonic Lodge. He was Witt C. Jones Funeral Home j thence South 307 feet to Section 2 !.15, Florida Statutes ORIE Wiggins.A. WIGGINS Admini-
the A.
of beginning. parcel Orie
: ji point against
,w home today for the summer three days fishing in DunnelIon. -;' well of Eustis were Sunday i Flynn, and Miss Susan WaL a former commander of the i thus bounded being a Building Supply Inc. and strator of the Estate of L.

from Murray State College !I luncheon guests of Mr. and ,lace. j American ''Legion post in., THE RIGHY POINT for the portion of the West Half of the officers thereof, for tht. G. Hemingway, deceased
.I Murray, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Lawson : Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Scottsboio and a member of I Block 6 South Range 4 collection of delinquent I' THOMAS & PIERCE,
Mrs. L. A. Davis. i ray you write. Cona in and West of Simon J. Temples tail Sales Taxes in the a- Attorneys at I.aW'f
Mr. and :Mrs. Foster Shi and son, Jimmy and grandchildren i Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geiger [visited Mrs. A. G. Yongue in i i the board of directors of the select your favorite ESTER. I Subdivision and situated:; in mount of $397.88, together 205-20* North Tempi,"* Ave
'" Smith and son, Jimmy, attend. State National Bank and the the Southwest Corner of the with costs of collection. Stark Floridst
visited Six Gun Reddick, and Mrs. Annie Perkins I
Territory of Green Cove were
j Springs BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- Northeast Quarter of South- 2. Execution issued by the 'I| First publication May 80.
; <-d the graduation of Miss Shi and Silver Springs on Sunday visitors of Mr. and! in Ocala on Sunday. i Jackson County Hospital. He i I! GRAPH. I west Quarter of Section 2'. Circuit Court of Bradford :,. 1963.

Anne Smith from Roanoke Col. Sunday.Mr. I Mrs. J. D. Doyle.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining had served on the Alabama Ii i Township Bradford 6 South.County Range Florida 22- County therein, Florida in a cause ] ;';-30It 6.0I
East. lately pending
p.... It>gf>, Salem, Va. on Sunday. and Mrs. Alton Higgin- and Mrs. J. F. Robb were in Stockton, Ga. over the ': state bar commission, and. :OTICI; OF :o..ut and containing 4100of wherein Bestwall 4.iypsuin I i
Miss Smith returned home with botham of Callahan and Mr. I. and children of San Antonio, I weekend visiting Mr. and :Mrs I I I was a trustee of Auburn" Uni-, Notice is hereby given that I. an acre more or less: Company a Maryland Cor- ,I NOTICE for
the abovedescribed will not responsible
from and I I
Excepting poration. was plaintiff !
nrr family for the summer. I and Mrs. Robert Trantham of I' Texas will spend next week ;iJ. M. Timmerman. I versity.MAYOR'S. 'Foreclosure pursuant to entered a Final Decree in cause of: I j!i lands the follow- Bradford Building Supply, .i any debts'made' by anyone

Don Neel is working at the | Jacksonville were last Thurs- I with their son-in-law and I i Mrs. Edith Christiansen is'. numbered 13-214, in the Circuit I I ing parcel of land: Inc. was defendant to satisfy I other than myself. James C
Naval Air Station in Sanford I COURT Court of Bradford County.Florida. II i Commeme at SW Corner of a judgment against said
day supper guests of Mr. and ,, daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Bryon visiting relatives in New Or I will sell the property I NE'4 of S\V14 Section 21. defendant for $:'' t1.6. I Cox: or J. C. Cox.: 4tp 6-30
l this week. Mrs. Tyler Jones. leans for two weeks. I : 3. Execution issued by the :---
Newcomb. j Randal Chitty situated in Bradford County, I Township 6 :South, Range i
John Hemmingway of Eliza- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert i Frank L. Williams has been Mayor pre- Florida, described as: 22 East and run :230 fettait"ng mall Claims court 0 i '
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Crawford ; ) '
}. sided over a heavy session of Those certain lots. blocks, East side of CountyGraded Brouard ('uuntFlorida in t
-thtown. N. C. spentIonday: Thomas and daughter Kathleen [discharged from service and' therein lately pending j
7 of Jacksonville were 23 cases in Starke Mayor's i pieces or parcels of land sit- Road for point of a cause See
to Wednesday with Mr. and"Mrs. l spent the weekend in visiting Mrs. E. L. Crawford :,returned home Tuesday. after I I i uate lying and being in the beginning thence continue wherein Pennin&ular''
p I' Court Tuesday night. 1 City of Starke, Bradford North along said East side Supply Company was plain- j
Orie Wiggins. the Scrub. nn-- Rnndav.- i :wo and a half years in Land-! Four were charged I County. Florida and more of County Graded Road ';5 tiff and Bradford Building i "Hi
Mrs. Pearl I Edwards and Mrs Mayor and Mrs. Randal: Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley III i shut Germany. I persons the i particularly described ,as feet: thence South 71 degrees :Supply:; Inc., was defendant Neighbor"with
with failure to yield ,
satisfy judgment
to a
M R. follows, to-wit : East" 100 feet, thence
Judd and
daughter Suz- Chitty and family are visit- and family of Cumberland, right-of-way and causing an 1 lOne-half acre in the Southwest South 75 feet thence North for $113.86 damages and :.
..Jtne. spent the weekend in ing Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Chitty Md. are vacationing with Funeral Services disorderly corner of the followingi 71 degrees West 100/ feet costs of $S.50 JIM WATSON
accident and three with described of land, to to point of beginning: have levied upon the follo.Jwing'l.rsonal ,
Valdosta Ga. with Mr. and Mrs piece
hi Lakeland Ga. from Wednesday their parents, Mr. and Mrs. conduct by disturbingthe wit: East-half of block 6 .Also excepting front the property situate in thf$ and on June
r. E. Herndon.Mr. to Friday.:: Barney McRae and Mr. and ,Held Sun. ForJoe Fouth" Range 4 West: of Si- !' first described: parcel of buildings located at 301 East I
peace. Two persons were J. Temples Subdivision land the following described Call Stru't.o'lorida.! said hear special guest
and Mrs B. J. Jacobsen, Mrs. Billy Clark of Eau Gallic Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr. mon being d- rribpd as: t
Gunter 66 charged with each of the offenses i, of lands at Temples Mills I lands: property < > i
Jr. were visiting Mr- and Mrs.ttoland was visiting Mrs. C. D. Misses Bonnie and Janie of public intoxication, I also all Fraction South of Commence at the corner of All of the stock of goods lit il]' George Huggins
in Northeast of North wares and merchandise :
Block 6 Range 4 the intersection
Stern in Canton Ga. Williams over the weekend.Mrs. Griffis spent the weekend Joe Gunter, 66. died Friday reckless driving by improper !1 Quarter of Southwesti Grand Street and Michigan Bradfoid Building Supply, 1m, :

o\'or the weekend. H. H. Adams and Mrs.A. with Miss Joyce Cooper in morning at his home in Starke I take-off, running traffic i I Quarter and more particu- Avenue and run in a Northerly and consisting of building materials :' Bradford
t I larly described as being direction along the including but not CountyAgricultural
Mr. and airs. Otto Siemer, Jr N. Holliday will accompanyhe Chiefland.Mr. after an extended illiness. H3: lights reckless driving by Unlawful I l One-half acre in the Soutr-I East line of North Grand rd to paints, lumber, doors Agent
and family are moving to| BHS cheerleaders to and Mrs. James Eld- was a native of Bradford speed disorderly con- f west corner of Northeast | Street a distance of !93 feet tools, hardware, screens windows

Alianii this weekend where 1\11"1 I Gainesville this Friday to ridge and children of Griffith County. the son of the late I.I duct by doing bodily harm, :1.v Quarter of Section of Southwest 21. Township Quarter to thence the continue point of along beginning:said:; : office. and the touipini'it furniture! : 6:45: A-M-

Siemer is being transferred' Sunday where the girls will Ind. are guests of Mr. Bill and Dorothy Norman I and: disorderly conduct. 6 South. Range 22 East. Also lines a distance of 100 feet and fixtures of said Bradford lac- '

u.th; the Florida National' atend the Cheerleading Clinicat and Mrs. Charles' Cowen. Gunter, and had lived here all I Single charges included of Block begin at 6 South Southeast of cornel Hang to angles a point in ; an thence easterly at right direction As the Building property Supply of th said ON. -

National Guard. P. K. Yonge School. At- I Joe Hair of Orlando was I his life. I reckless driving by failure to .I 4 West of Simon J. Temple run 100 feet to a Bradford Building Supply, Inc.. POWERFUL

lire. Charles Hardy was in;'!' tending will be Hope Holli. the weekend guest of John I Surviving are his wife Sil- have avehicle under control I Subdivision and 71 degrees and West run to North 178U i point in; thence a Southerly at right direction anglesrun and lune/ ,that 196,1 on, at the 12 Noon 17th, on day said of CHANNEL 12

Palatka last. Saturday visiting day Suzanne Judd. Jane| Adams. lar Rosier Gunter. of Starke; I and causing an accident, disturbing feet to stake; thence II parallel to East line of day, upon premises of said

ruT mother, Mrs. G; E. )[C4 -I' Adams, Reba Hall, Suzi'! Miss Janice Vickers of i two sons. Williard W. and': the peace by excessive North and 13 degrees East I North Grand Street a distance Bradford Eat Building Call Street Supply, Starke Inc. WFGA-TV
15;;" : :auley. I'Broadway Margaret Colson. j Brunswick, Ga. is visiting I II Willis Gunter. both of Jacksonville i noise from a muffler unlawful of Land heretofore sold to I IC. thence at right angles run Bradford County, Florida: I Jacksonville

Twenty-five members of the;, Marcia Whittle, and Wanda Miss Jane Adams this week.i ; four daughters, Mrs.i speed, and driving H Clark to stake: thence I II in a Westerly direction 100 will offer for sale and sell to
I South and 71 degrees East I! feet to the point of begin the highest bidder for cash, in
First Intermediate De. Williams.Lt. Mrs. Alice Anderson spent I Mildred Garret Mrs. Ethel intoxicated. I .1 ,
Baptist !
___...um_._. ..UUO__ ___._._u.u
partment: enjoyed a swim-pic-i and Mrs. Jack Millerof the weekend with Mr. and Mae Brantley, and Mrs. Edna .
nic at St. Augustine Beach on Bangor, Maine have gone II Mrs. J. B. Burton in Orlando Batten, all of Starke; two -- .
Sinclair of Orlando
Saturday. They were accompanied to Waco, Texas to visit her Evelyn 'brothers, Dave and Tom Gun I

by Mr. and Mrs. Ben parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alton i grandmother, Mrs. W. S. Slade., ter, both of Starke: and a sis I

(("heatham, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cook for ten days after (arrived Wednesday to visit her; ter. Mrs. Rose Morgan of I
be next week I
Crosby, and Mrs. Roy Balt spending two weeks with his They will joined Trilby. I

t I I. parents, Mr. and Mrs. George by her mother, Mrs. Clyde Sin- Funeral services were held

ml.Mr.. and Mrs. J. p. Dill wer 1 Miller. clair, who is moving back to! at 4 p. m. Sunday in the Pine i limited '

visiting relatives n Georgii' Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner, Starke after spending the past!I Hill Congregational Methodist ;
'i school in Orlando. I :
p-- -Th .1 Bob Williams, and Mr. and | County Hospital this week 1 Griffis and Rev. Bessie Hogsed p
Mrs. L. W. Swan will attend officiating. Burial was in the
I include Mrs. Doris Price, Mrs.'
a : !I
the Southeastern Prison Conjentionin family plot in Dyal Cemetery
a reputation I Jessica "Williams. Mrs. Barbara::
.. .MIami next Sun- I, near Brooker under: directionof
*.X' r Griffis, Oscar C. Geiger,
rearnedby DeWitt 'C. Jones Funeral
'day to'Wednesday.Mrs. II ,:
I Mrs. Shellie Gene, ,
Lucile Davis spent the I IIrs.:: E. W. Hayes spent the i I _
quality aids past two weeks with her 'weekend in Daytona Beach!\ I, *?

brother. Rufus Tatum in (:with her nephew, M. Alonzo I i|Methodists Set II I

& fine service f Jacksonville. While there she Weekly, who entertained at ,Vacation School I, ***

attended the Lee-Tillotson ''a house party for the sisters!I v TV sa:

wedding on May 25. jof Mrs. Hayes. The party in-I Vacation Church School ,

Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus E. Beamof I eluded Mrs. Emma Ludwig of!I will start Monday at the First I Ii _

A\W1\ Morgan Road celebrated ,Miami, Mrs. Myrtle Dendy of,'Methodist Church and con- i i,, s-i 5sy SZ
their 56th wedding anniver- (!Jacksonville, and Mrs. Ellie I II tinue through Friday. June

sary on Tuesday.Mr. i Weekly, and Mrs. Callie De-i 14. There will be classes for :, I6f \ Your choice of4'
&: X
and Mrs. John ''1 .
HEARING AIDS Vellis of Ocala. They were Kindergarten Primary and .
I and family of Atlanta, Ga. !honored at a champagne,Junior children from 9 to ; t-, s M' i-1

MR. T. V. DUCK JR. \ were weekend guests' of Mr. .brunch on Sunday morning. !1 111:30: a. m. The director, i i& Innerspring.

A Ufur Dg Aid Consultant and Mrs. Donald McRae.Mr. i Local admittances to Doctor's:,:1 Mrs. George Huggins invitesall

From and MrsGus Baumanof I Hospital this week include:I children to attend. t I -. _ or Foam Rubber

Hollywood, Fla. are spend- Mrs. Bessie Harris, Linda Suel I i I V 'tI

MAICO HEARING I ing several days with Mr. and Hildebran Mrs. Hazel Courson I One Woods Fire I ftlu p ; SAVE'$20EOO<

Mrs. Fritz Kramer. and Mrs. Maggie Hodge.Mr. I

:Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gas- and Mrs. George Combs I Reported This Week, -:;- ..
SERVICE kins and children were week- and family of Tulsa, Okla. I
end !I Only one woods fire with ,*\v*>-; '
guests of Mr. and Mrs. spent the first of the week with S
Jacksonville Fla. will I 8 s? 95 ;
give : Vernon Reddish at the Paulk Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt. The, one-tenth of an acre burned H_ f

FREE hearing test! and demonstrations -,I guest house on Crosby Lake. Houpts also had as Monday 1 was reported by the Florida

Monday, June 10, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk guests Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hayes: Forest Service in Bradford: Reg. b

Koch's Drug Store !I were guests of Mr. and Mrs. and daughters of Fort Worth,.; County last week. Since Jan. *3S I
Luther White in Chieflandlast |Texas. 1 there have been 69 fires $79.95 \
Stulle I \ *
J! Friday evening and attended with 494 acres burned. Duringthe
j Miss VIda Jean Gentry returned I
>x,> .
\ the graduation exer- home from Lawrence-, same period last year COMPLETE SET-MATTRESS AND BOX SPRINGS

cises. vllle, Ga. Wednesday. She had there were 147 fires with 1.- *.. Tvtin or double size mattress or box spring. Foam old in fief
!been employed by the G\\innettj] 325.3 acres burned. only. Double size foam add $20.00 per Mrt.

County Board of Education. : Rainfall reported during'the -, BLACK LABEL
30 GAL DEARBORN I week ending "teI
Monday was: t Xrf -
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Royster .: sSK
New River. 3.3 inches; Sant. >
and children of Jacksonville Fe. 2.2 inches; Highland, 1.1 E s i\ v < V
were Sunday guests of Mr. and inch. I s>. i: : ;:

Mrs. Drew Reddish. v_ :
lot \\Vater' Ilealet'
Tombo Smith and Miss In..,Bible ConferenceSet %> *vTV"

grid Goldstein, of Greensboro,\I I

Ga., students at the Universityof I At Park ,,
Georgia spent the past r i
Of Palms 111
GLASS LINED "gCOMPLETELY week and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy i I IH i/1* 1

4 Rowe and Mrs. Eoline Smith
A !
Prophetic Bible
: Conference : -

,. before returning: to the summer -';I will be held at the Park- Z&S&\ BttvfS
AUTOMATIC session.Mr. i!
of-the Palms
Conference +h
and Mrs. A. F. Garner{ Grounds near Keystone \ \4\;
: were visiting Mr. and :Mrs.i Heights. June 15-21. tit\; rTT- ----- -- -- ---- -

Lawrence Kelly in Milton from! Sponsored by the Miami Bible I
Friday to Tuesday. i i iMiss College of Miami, the I I
: Jane Guy of Gaines-I conference will feature Dr. I \IL' p WE ARE PASSING THE SAVINGS ON TO YOU. THOUi I
i 75 rifle, a student at Wesleyan William Ward Ayer of St. :....J\ -

$ College, is spending several I Petersburg as principal speaker ,, -. \ i

: I weeks with her grandmother I and Ed Lyman as soloist. .: ( $ ; SANDS OF THESE FINE BEDDING SETS HAVE BEEN

Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at Kingsley'' The missionary speaker will

I PER Lake. % I be Unevangelized Rev. E. J. Pudney Fields Mission.of the .' i. : | SOLD AT THE REGULAR PRICE NOW! SAVE $20* I

and N. D. Wainwright .
Mr. Mrs. '"
: : MONT Jr. of Hollywood and) Dr. Willis E. Garrett, and Dr. s, ; 0: 0 \ I WHILE THEY LAST! I
John W. Cawood. faculty : .
Mrs. D. T. Clark of Miami will;, -

When Using Slide Gas. be weekend guests of :Mr. and! members of Miami Bible Col- '-;:.," .s' 1.-.. ..-. --. .
lege, will also be heard.Dr. -- -- .XA L X ZJ __-- R M -
Mrs. J. R Wainwright and all
: Pays for Itself Out Ayer will speak at 11 a. .
will attend the Wainwright, {
1f of High Electric Bills family reunion at Gold Head I m. and 7:30: p. m.Friday.each day.for I Only MALONE mattresses are CLIMATIZED/ / for Florida
Sunday through
I .
: and Slow Recovery Electric Branch on Sunday. I
those who wish to attend )
Water Heaters. }[I\ and Mrs. Arne Hauger' only his meeting. \!

have had as guests Mr. and I The Conference opens Sat.urday J
Mrs. Harold :XI Pickett of Jacksonville -'

COMPARE ANYWHERE on Saturday and Mr.: concert night presented with by a Mr.sacred.Ly- DENMARK Furniture Co

,and Mrs. Frank Canova and! man, wen-known tenor. The I

son of Green Cove Springs Iondiluler public is invited to attend |

on.Sunday.Mike I with admission .
no charge.
SLADE .-- .
GAS "-
STARKE York of Miami is spend |
Steno Notebook steno
ing the summer with his uncle I ;
and aunt, Mr. and :Mrs. F. W.' Ke-rect Type Typewriter i! 434 446 W. Call St. Phone 961-4321 Starke, Fla.

332 W. Madison St. Phone 964-3551 Strickland, and grandmother i' Pens, Typing Paper, Eraser: j

It Mrs. Marion ;Moyer. ,Ribbons_ The .TELEGRAPH.l 4 Jl VA
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Gwendolyn Tanner Mrs. Jack E. Miller Is Guest Of HonorAt tervals. were Mrs. R. E. Mac- ;' were Mrs. P. G. Felos, Mrs. J

Blain, Mrs.:O. L. Beasley Mrs. j, W. Kincaid, Mrs. James

: Weds G. \V. AndersIn Lovely Tea In Parish HouseMrs. H. H. Adams and Mrs. N.: Rowe, Mrs. George Winkler,

I H. Willis. j I Mrs. Donald Carter, Mrs. Paul
Lawtey G. E. Miller entertained larium was overlaid with an I Mrs. Tommy Johns of : Hutchins Mrs. Donald Welch.

Gwendolyn Amelia at a lovely tea Wednesday !., Italian cutwork cloth and Jacksonville, and Mrs. Eugene i I: Mrs. R: F. Demorest, Mrs

I j Tanner, daughter of Mr. and afternoon, May 29, at St. ;| centered with a silver punch : Norman kept the bride's guest Tim Warren, Mrs. Clifton
Mark's Parish House to introduce :., bowl surrounded with a garland -:
GLADYS MOOTT FHQNE 961-0651 I of Law- book at an attractively appointed -i Brown, and Mrs. Gerald
__ Mrs. Louell S. Tanner !i : '
--- her daughter-in-law, of smilax and majestic
., table which held a : Crosby.
became the bride of
I tey William Anders at 7 I Mrs. Jack E. Miller. i j' daisies. Presiding at the !! miniature tree arrangement i Approximately 200 guests
George I
Woman's Auxiliary Tuesday May 21, in the .- Guests were greeted at the .i. punch table were Mrs 'i'of lemon :yellow pompoms ina called between the appointed
I p. m. J door, at intervals, by Mrs. J. '! Charles Sawyer and Miss Betty four
$ silver compote. hours, to fivethirtyZipper
Met I ,
Monday NightIn home of the bridegroom's parents _ _
I R. Wainwright, Mrs. O. L. i J Lou Wainwright.. At one

Parish HouseThe Anders, Mr., in and Lawtey.Mrs. The Owen dou-J. 4tIJ} II I Haynes Jr., and Mrs. J. W. I i j' end of the room was a large ed Soft throughout salon music the tea was hours.play- .[ Soh'books19: at

II Hitch. Mrs. Miller and her driftwood wistaria tree at the i Assisting as floor hostesses Bradford County Telegraph. -
''. Woman's Auxiliary of i ble ring ceremony was per- 1I I honored guest received in: base of which was a low spray I
formed by Rev. A. E. Massey a.z ? II
_ St. Mark's Episcopal Church : and the traditional wedding front of the fireplace where !: arrangement of yellow glad- I

the mantle held a line arrangement -I ioU and daisies.
in the i
met Monday night par- music provided by Mrs.
was A Case Record From
I I on either side of The tea table in the re-
ish house with Mrs. Clyde II Joyce Futch.
I yellow gladioli, and majestic ception room was covered I
& Terwillegar presiding. The i The bride chose a waltz daisies centered with a candle with an imported linen cut-
father, and i A File
marriage by her Chiropractor's
devotional was conducted by I board holding three white work cloth with insets of
H selected as her matron of
Mrs. Herbert Thomas. candles. The arrangementswere Point de Venice lace medalions. -
T honor her cousin, Mrs. Glenn ___ I : By: Dr. H. G. Bellinger
Mrs. George Winkler discussed ', p flanked on either side The centerpiece was an
I Shuford.Mr. I i I by three-branched brass can- j antique silver fruit bowl holding Case No. 5242A
altar work, and was Shuford served as best A1 _
i 1__ ____,_ r1L_ delabra with burning white i! white double English had
appointed by the president as -4- school teacher 42 years of age suffered
man. I ,
_- assistant to the monthly altar I, The bride chose 'a waltz t pendant a gift of the bride-1 I white carnations. tapers. | stock, and golden rapture i iI frequent mild headaches, and occasional nii-
Miller attired in a I interspersed with leather -
Mrs. was
committee. I length dress of silk organza I groom. The shoulder length i After a reception, the couple -: j :, Dr. Bellinger graine headaches most of her life. The migraine
sheer pale yellow dress embroidered | leaf fern. In the center of:
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid asked : and lace over taffeta fash- veil fell from a tiara of pearls I left for a short wedding i! headaches were so severe she would be hi bed

that help be given to 120 Underprivileged ioned with bouffant skirt, and and sequins, and she carried I trip, and are now residingin with white daisies j! the arrangement was a silver !I for three days then lose an additional two d 'js
I with which she wore a cor- I j compote filled with sweet-
children this I II I fitted short bolero. Her only a white Bible topped with I Lawtey. i i of white carnations and heart roses- On either side., from work recovering from the effect of the drugs she had

summer, who are under the ornament_________n was n__ a diamond' sage ; taken to ease the pain.
white accessories.The were three-branched silver
Nancy ForsythTo nings.guidance of Dr. Florence Jen- I Junior Club Wainwright Clan I Earnestine Brown I guest of honor was I:I candelabra holding white taI -i Under chiropractic care, a pressure was found on the spinal

lovely in a white chiffon I pers. Silver compotes. outlined i cord produced by a misaligned vertebrae. The pl't''IOure'a
\Ved Lee The matter of
John purchasing anew Hold ReunionThe Daniel I II I
To CrewsMiss "
stove and refrigeratorfor I Names Chairmen I Weds i street length dress with lace I with ruffles of white nylon removed bthe chiropractor and the patient today enjojs

I I bodice complemented with tulle held yellow and white' health !she previously had not known.
Mr. and Mrs. Vasco For-I the parish house kitchen !And CommitteesThe annual Wainwright Earnestine Brown be I
white accessories and strap mints in the form of daisies ,
syth announce the engage was brought up by the president family reunion will be held came the bride of Daniel a I : For further Information In problem cases, rhone 964-2881
: of sweetheartroses wedding bells, slippers, and
ment of their daughter. Nan and a committee com following department June 9, at Gold I II of Starke in cere corsage I or write
i Sunday Crews a
cy to John B. Lee, son of posed of Mrs. O. L. Beaslei. chairmen and committeeshave I Head Branch State Park near I Ii mony performed at Boatdrain and satin leaves. I wedding rings. Silver trays i

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis T. Lee.I! Mrs. George Winkler, and i been appointed by the Heights. eve Inviting the guests to the I holding assorted sandwiches:
I i Keystone Baptist Church Saturday table and tea table, at Also the table i
punch were on The Clinic
Miss Forsyth is a studeni i Mrs. Terwillegar was appointed Junior Woman's Club president The family historian, Rev I Bollinger Chiropractic
ning, June 1. Rev. Sweat, the of I
I intervals, were Mrs. Clyde. were placed trays petit-
at Bradford County High i to purchase the needed Mrs. Randal F. Chitty. of Doctors I
D. Ryan ',
Thomas pastor, of ciated. Hazen and decorated 426 N. Walnut Street Starke Fla.
School. Mr. Lee graduated ,i items. II Education departments;: Inlet, will read from the Terwillegar, Mrs. T. C. i fours iced in yellow ; ,

from BHS in 1962 and is now I The first fall meeting will Mrs. Carl Minx, chairman;; I archives of the U. S. Census The bride is the daughter I, Jr., Mrs. T. G. Ritch, and : with yellow rose buds. j I Insurance Cases AcceptedWOMEN'S
Mrs. A. W. Brown
of Mr. and coffee I
Mrs. Fred Graudon. Presiding at the silver i
employed by the Florida Na i be a covered dish supper in I Mrs. Warren Winkler, Mrs: and from other sources partsof I ;
of the State Farm, and the The punch table in the so- services at each end at in-i
tional Guard Bland- the house. It
at Camp : parish was an- i Lavon Andrews. the history of this pioneer
of Mr.
ing. I nounced that the Auxiliary I Conservation department Florida family. bridegroom is the son

Wedding plans will be announced I, will enter the district meeting i iI Mrs. L. J. Kite Jr., chairman; The two brothers, Newnan and Mrs. Graham Crews of I

later. I on Oct. 23. I Miss Gayle Andrews, Mrs: Cone and Edward J. Wainwright Starke.A LAST 3 DAYS !
Mrs. Kincaid, Mrs. Beasley, Jack Hazen Miss Brenda settled in Nassau reception was held in the

Cub Scouts Visit and Mrs. Winkler have charge Lewis. County Florida in the early: educational building of the

of the altar for July, and are American Home depart 1850's and shortly afterward church after the ceremony.

Television Studio also hostesses for the choir on ment: Mrs. R. F. Merritt,, moved to Bradford County. I Mr. and Mrs. Crews will]

Wednesday evenings.Mrs. chairman; Mrs. A. Q. Smith,, Many of their descendants make their home on the Grif- '

Twenty-six Cub Scouts ,' Terwillegar expressed Miss Sally Sink, Miss Gayle] still reside in this area. fis Loop Road. _
from Dens two, three and five I thanks to those who Miss i.t I
: participated Andrews. Family pictures, press clip Before her marriage, :
with Den Mothers Mrs. Carl II in the recent clean-up I Fine Arts department: Mrs, pings, and letters of informa I Brown was complimented at a
L. Johns, Mrs. Bob Muffins
1 I day at the parish house and Frank Reeves chairman, tion will be on display for all miscellaneous shower given at
and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby were
: mentioned especially Mr. and Miss Carol Ward, Mrs. Billy After prayers:
generations. the home of Mrs.
guests of the Popeye Playhouse Mrs. Walter Richardson, Mrs. Dodd, Miss Brenda Lewis. old-f ash Burnett I
I. and fellowship an of the State Farm.
I Monday I Kincaid Mrs. Beasley, Mrs. Community Affairs depart ioned dinner on the groundswill i av

I evening. Kenneth Grider, Mrs. Mattie ment: Mrs. George Roberta be enjoyed by all.
I Mr. And Mrs. Green
The accompanied
boys were
P. Gahagan, Mrs. Jr., chairman: Mrs. Eugene
t by Mrs. John Torode, Mrs. I Mrs. Mrs. R.Thomas'l
McRae Tanner, Mrs. Warren Wink Celebrate 25thAnniversary
Miss WainwrightIs
Eston Jordan, Mrs. Curtis e'l nandez, Mr. and Mrs. Jack ler, Mrs. Billy Dodd. I

and Mrs. George Roberts I Miller Rev. MacBlain, and International Affairs department ComplimentedAt I i

John H. Powell.At : Mrs. Alton Greg
Brownie Outing the close of the meet- ory, chairman; Mrs. J. E. -LuncheonMiss Mr. and Mrs. Purvis A.
Sr. celebrated their:
ing refreshments were served Denmark Mrs. Charles Saw

ti The Brownie Scouts will by Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Julian -I yer, Mrs. H. Walton Grady. Betty Lou honored Wainwright at a, i silver wedding anniversary .I
meet at the home of their McRae, assisted bride-elect, was with a dinner party for
by Judy I Public Affairs department.Mrs. I
leader, Mrs. J. D. Warren, on / McRae and Kathleen Thomas. Harold Godwin, chair delightful luncheon W. H.Saturday Graham, I friends and relatives last.. Y4AV4Uf0I "

1 Saturday morning at 10 man; Miss Dorothy Hardy given by Mrs. Sunday at their home on I
I and Mrs. G. J. McGriff Jr Route Two. given by Mrs. Julian
( o'clock for a weiner roast and Mrs. Frank Reeves, Miss Car Alvarez cottage on Hurry only three more days to scoop up
swim party at Gold Head I at the Green, Mrs.Albert, GreenJr.

I Branch. Also accompanying, Thomas ReunionSet ol Clinic Ward.chairman: Mrs. Eu Kingsley Lake.' table ., Mrs. Donald Green, and. these tremendous values! Buy now for Father's -

the group will be 'Mrs. Elmer I The buffet luncheon Mrs. Paul Jones. and vacation and !
t Thomas. ; For June 16 gene Membership Tanner. committee: was covered with a white linen The attractively .-appointed Day save a heap
I II cloth and centered with an
buffet table was
Charles Sawyer, chairman
Mrs. .
I! The Thomas Family Reunion : Mrs. Dewayne Elder, attractive white cake decora' with a clover 'leaf shap.white' d I
I Ij will be held on the annual ted with wedding bells. cake' decorated with. -
j meeting date. June 16 Mrs. Fred Snell. Mrs. Harold The 20 guests included peru pink rosebuds and silver dec- BEAUTiFUL SHEER CARP'S FAMOUS FOR BEAUTY"Accent"

I Father's Day] at Beulah Godwin. sonal friends of the honoreeher I orettes. The gift table was :
committee Miss Betty
Baptist Church on State Road Social : mother, Mrs. J. R. Wain : centered with a silver loving. Throw
Jane Morgan chairman: Seamless'Wylans Rugs
21 in Clay County. I Mrs. Carl Minx, Mrs. Fred wright, Mrs. Charles Darby. I cup with the date of their
Events of the day will begin Mrs. F. J. Shaw, mother of wedding engraved on it.
Snell, Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, Ljq REG. REG.
bridegroom-elect, and 77 66 ...-
regular church services -i the Thirty guests enjoyed this
I Mrs. Jerome Johns, Mrs. J. 2.9927x4Mn.
at 11 a. m., followed by ; Mrs. Ralph Rhodes. delightful affair.Methodist ti/i/ NEW LOW 1.992x3Ff. 11
'dinner on the grounds at 1 E. Denmark. The hostesses presented the I' .

CharleyE. i p. m. A brief business meeting Publicity chairman: Mrs. bride-elect with a laundry I,I' CircleIs :, -.ici PRICE! J C KG. 3.99 344
I will be held in the after- Jerome cart and ironing valet as a iI 2x6Ft.RIC. .
,. EI
House chairman: MrsA FIRST ? j
'noon, followed by registration memento of the occasion. EntertainedMrs. I. 5.993x5
and presentation of the I I Q. Smith. I (A :k QUALITY J FtREG. (
I' Parliamentarian: Mrs. .
Johns speaker of the day. I Outlaw. Ladies Council Eugene Williams and 88

All relatives and friends of I vern Mrs. S. G. Denmark were co- if T4hx1&ckrtvlscose
i I Telephone chairman: Miss Fetes Seniors Of Methodist Cir Sheer 400-needle micro-mesh hope with
this large and well-known hostesses to
about this I I pair guaranteed. New shades skid "
Question: i Sally Sink. every summer non- backing. 4
I family are cordially invited cle Four at a luncheon and
Thrift shop committee: Christian Church II in sizes 8'/z to 11. Choose from 11 )
"You insurance folder I, to attend. I meeting on Tuesday morning colors.
Bernice Epps, chairman; Mrs
shows persons hurt in fallson Jack I The Ladies Council of the I at the home of the former onE
Andrews. Mrs.
slippery sidewalks or Teen-age PartyAt I First Christian Church entertained 'I Call Street.
Mrs. George Roberts,,
waxed floors, tripping over Hazen Mrs. De the church's BHS seniors Mrs. W. E. Middleton had MEN'S HEAVYWEIGHT

garden hoses or toys, being, Chitty Home Mrs. Walton Grady, at a Coca-Cola party the devotion and Mrs. E. L.. ,

hit by a bicycle, baseball,i, Wayne Chitty and Robert wayne Budget Elder.committee: Barbara Sunday afternoon in the rec Matthews was program chair- IVY LEAGUE 4' 'iFTRM VISCOSE

or golf ball, bitten by a Powell entertained at an end- I: Casey, chairman: Miss BettyJo reation building. Honored man. Mrs. j. P. Gill was admitted

dog, etc. Does a mere guests were Harriet Goodman, as a new member.

$12.00 premium cover<< an I of-school at the party Chitty Tuesday home evening on- I The Morgan.above departments: Tommy Harley. Lynn White, After served the meeting from an, luncheonwas attrac- SLACKS I SETS BEDSPREADS

entire family's liability for Blanding street. I were placed under the follow i and Albert Williams.
all such accidents?" The refreshment table was; tive table centered with an
I The carport was attractively ing vice-presidents: Under j I REG. 6.28
ofI arrangement of mixed summer
i decorated with red and ; first vice-president, Mrs. I covered with a centerpiece
Charley E. Johns I be YearBook I I orange gladioli, flanked by flowers. OUR Shirts,
green streamers for the occa- James Rowe, will I : $5 OUR
graduation dolls, and centering Reg. 2.79

i Agency sion.The 30 teen-agers enjoyed I department, programs, social, membership committee i the gift table was a tall School Bus Drivers REG. 322 Ponti Reg. ,3.49Shirts REG. 329

PHONE 961-0121: games dancing, and refreshments and house chairman. I graduation doll. Gifts were Are EntertainedThe 399Wash 3.99

t 131 S. Walnut St. i during the party hours, I Under second vice-presi presented to the four grads $2 Pants, $3
i Council.
I eight to eleven o'clock."ALMOST" I dent: Mrs. Tom Casey, will from the Ladies attendedthis Bradford County,school :%l Sturdily mode! with famous
I be finance and budget, com Around 20 guests bus drivers and their families I 'n wear heavyweight cotton. Stevens twist! twill! San- Heavy viscosi tufting on 100%

munity affairs department,, delightful affair. enjoyed a chicken barbecueand Unpleated! front, tapered legs. Solid forized. Shirt sizes 14'/i to cotton backin Completely wash!

i international affairs, and covered dish'supper Mon- colors I in sizes 29 to 36. 17 pants 29 to 42. ab!.. Beautiful solid colors.MEN'S .

THE PERFECT HOST public affairs. |WorthingtonHoltWedding day evening at the' Nelson

Under third vice-president:: Plans Green home on U. S. 301

Mrs. Bill Epps; will be thrift North. SPORT SHIRTS WHITE FLATSOUR

shop workers, clothing, building Around 60 attended this
f The marriage of Miss Sandra -
and dental clinic. Lee Holt and Charles Paul delightful affair.CrawfordHart. 1.99 VALUE REG. 3.99

Under fourth vicepresident i Worthington will take placeat Sanforized wash 'n wear: woven plaids, solids! 137 333Variety

Mrs. George Shuford i I 4 p. m. Sunday in the New and fancy patterns. Sizes S, M, L $4BOYS'SPORT of new styles. Sizes 4/ to 10.Women's .

will be members honor points,,
River Baptist Church. \
: fine arts department American Miss Holt is the daughterof The marriage of Miss Kay

I home, education and con- Mrs. Robert L. Black, and i Hart daughter of Mrs. W. H. SHIRTSOUR TERRY HOUSESHOES

servation departments. the bridegroom-elect is the I Hart, and Ronald Odam

I Secretary for the club is I son of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. j Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. REG. 1.99 4 53 1.99 VALUE < '

I Mrs. Fred Snell and treasurer |I| Worthington of Perry. i Zary Crawford, will be"solemnized Choose from our entire stock! Woven gingham 2 for Washable terrycloth with comfortable sponge
i ,
is Mrs. Kenneth Grider I Rev. Rex Brookins, ministerof at 8 p. m; Friday, June plaids and fancy patterns. Sizes 8 to 18. gj .crepe. soles. Sizes 4 to 10. _
II -
Mrs.! Hollis Knight is senior
21, in the First Methodist
River Baptist
the New

I sponsor. ceremony.Church will A reception perform will the Church follow of Starke.in A the receptionwill Starke MEN'S CASUAL SHOESOUR WOMEN'S HALF SLIPS

;Bowling Party follow immediately in the Woman's Club. REG. 2.99 66 SPECIAL VALUE!
No invitations are being
To[ Fete SeniorsMr. I church. Choose from canvas oxfords or leather sandafs 2 Fine quality acetate tricot; lavishly lace trimmed $1
No invitations are being sent locally, but all friends perfect Father's Day gift! Sizes 6 to 11. at bottom. Shadow panel front. White and colors.
I i and relatives of the coupleare Sizes S. M. LWOMEN'S ..
sent locally but all friends
and Mrs. Guy
for most factor. invited to attend.
except one importcnt
and relatives cordially Invited -
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Register .. WASH CLOTHS
ROACHES, the household! pest "most '! to attend. PANTIESt

toked: about. Jr.. and Mr. and Mrs. 1 i Wesleyan GuildThe C

; Foster Shi Smith will be hostsat ; 19c VALUEFirst J 3 pair guaranteed full
one year!
Perhaps she should have called for ;Called Meeting
a a bowling party for BHS. I I Wesleyan Service Guild quality, heavy terry cloths. Solid colors, Sanitized run-proof tricot. Hollywood 3 $1\'
free estimate. .it wouldn't have happen
checks .
d. I graduates at Starke Lanes, A called business meetingof will have a covered dish sup- or stripes.REG.5.99 styles. White and cofors. Sizes 5 to 10.

and business meeting
following commencement exercises the Junior Woman's Club per

Friday night. will be held Monday at 8 p. i Tuesday evening" at 6:30 at DRAPERIESENTIRE WOVEN GINGHAMSOUR
i the home of Mrs. Bob Mullins. -
The party will last until I
t HE m. in the club house. The : .
1 p. m., and dancing bowling,, STOCK! REG. 69c
: will last 30 minutes
\ meeting only -
and refreshments will be en- Completely washable ready to hang. Solid colors !- 488 Nationally famous maker. Checks stripes, 5 4c
joyed. Prizes will be providedby : and all members are J Esterbrook Cartridge and florals scenic and modern designs. 90 ond solids and border prints.. 36 and 45-inch .

1, .- "Starke, Florida local merchants. tl urged to attend. ', Fountain fens' $1.95 $%.95 63-inch lengths. .widths.I .


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PAGE__. FOUR'_" ________________________, BRADFORD_ COUNTY_. -TELEGRAPH_- ._, STARKE. ._, FLORIDA_. _ --THURSDAY JUNE 6, 1961

I,grees. |ISo r time at least.; Anyway, we- I Terwillegar Wins I]Kingsley Baptist : Florida bring closed and
abandoned as follow:
time marches on. Last i were pleased to know she had City Insurance 1. Portion of a 40 n't. wtdestref't
Citizenship Award Church Sets between Blocks I and
Wednesday night my son and improved enough to come to i
I 2. extending from AVet-t bide
L' wife and sister-in-law and see us, even if we did have At Bolles SchoolClyde ;J Bible School | of Lot 1 through Lot g,
niece to the 2. Portion of 30 ft wide
I I IV came spend eve 1 I Draws Gripes a
to go to the car and talk to street between Blocks 2 anJ
and I showed them the
I ning ", Byron Terwillegar in, I Vacation Bible School will i 3. extending from West side
slides I took in the Holy her she was unable to come son of Mr. and Mrs. Terwillegar i be held at the Kingsley Lake of Lot 1 through Lot 8.
3. Portion of a 30 ft wide
? 1U111 Burqess Ato/I! Land.I into the house. She was to of Starke, was presented: Baptist Church, starting June ,: Continued From Page 1] street between Blocks ::1 and

get letters .every week return to the hospital for the Citizenship Award for The! 17 through 26. Preparation, 4. extending from Vest tide

-Box lOt, Sulphur Springs, Ind- from the Arabs in the Holy more tests Monday morning.The Bolles School at the annual: j and registration day will be first priority on the first new of 4. Lot Portion 1 through of a 30 Lot ft 8., wide

Land: I met. They are reallya 4 awards ceremony on the River -, held Saturday. June 15, at 2'' armory to be constructed in street between Blocks 4 and
Highland church is : Florida in the future. 5. extending from West side
Wherein the days of May last cholera and typhus shots. I wonderful people and they Campus at the school last p. m., and commencement exercises near of Lot 1 through Lot 8.

pass swiftly and June is here. Then I will have taken alii; seem to love me as much as trying to develop a projectto Saturday morning. i j will be held Wednes-, Voted to pay the Bradford and renouncing and disclaiming

The air is still cool and birds necessary shots. The typhoid I loved them. clean up the land around In presenting the award I day, June 26, at 7:30: p. m. ; County Sheriff's Department any Public right in and of to the the County land lying anti

sing. Farmers plant corn and I and tetanus and small pox I Bye now and God bless the cemetary, lay the ceme- Dr. Winston Johnson, head Classes will start each day'at $90 for helping with the city within the confines of said
I tag registration. lands.
soy beans. The roar of the shots are still good from the I you everyone. tary off in lots get this old 1 I IL l master, said, "The Citizen 9 a. m. and close at 12 ,: afortdescribed Dated this 4 day of June, A.

tractor is heard early and other trip. My passport is in |I Love-MOTHER LURACLAY cemetary so it is more attrac- ship Award is being given to I noon. ,i Recognized city employees D. 1963.
Brooks John
New York getting the visas j __ a student who was an officerof This year's principal will be'I Spence, lloartl Of County
late.There VyyyyyVVyyyyyVyyYYYVY. tive, not such a wildernessand I John Henry Morris and Her- liradfurd County. Florida.
never comes a lonely for all the counties I hope to | his 7th grade class last II' Rev. Huey Perry pastor of By: Charles A. Darby
junk pile as it to man Lee Jr. for
day but that we miss th3 visit. So I am getting excited !I appears ; year, was president of the I the church and music will I completing Clerk of said Board
be now. There are quite a few courses in the Adult Educa- Seal
about another journey soon. i I HILLy I. Student Council of the Lower be in charge of Miss Donna I It 66
laughing ways graves of the relatives of numerous tion Program at Bradford
Of course I am buying a : School, this year, was the recipient i Dunagan of the Madison i
Of those
who used to walls people, not just in High School. CU.L FOR BIDS
with us through all our few new things to add to I Mrs. J. L. Strickland&ALAAAAAALAAAA4ALAAAL of the Citizenship Street Baptist Church. I Unit No. 1. Renovations To
but "We
Highland other places expect to
II what I have for hot weather. Award last year, and is to be Other workers will include: I express our Existing Refrigeration Rooms
happy yesterdays.And I sleeping there, so why not Rev. Huey Perry thanks in more than just Starke State Farmers :Hark:
the only 9th grader the
I am buying something nice on Mrs. Warren Ebling. refreshments -I starKe. Florida
as we face the problems -I to wear when I meet Nehru in Last week this writer was clean up and beautify the Resigns Kingsley Student Council next year.' i| ; Mrs. E. O. Elder, words," Councilman Carl Bid-* Will B* Received Xo Later
grave with which | last resting place of these ( Hurst told the men. The Than 12-00 o" lock Noon E. S
India ani some other U.S. on the sick list again unableto I I Byron was one of two boys and Mrs. Gerald Crawford T.. 20; June 1:)63 At The Officeof
the years of life are filled people and make this ceme- i Baptist Post I council told the employeesthat
ambassadors and heads of write her column for a in the lower school to attain Beginners; Mrs. Leonard I ; W. O. Whittle, Chief Florida -
We miss the which attractive to the I those who P.
hand tary more i completed State Farmers' Markets
state. It; should be interestingalso paper. or even write a note. I 1 the rank of corporal when Moore, and Mrs. J. T. Pre- '
guided us and miss the public? If you are interested II Rev. Huey Perry pastor of courses in the "back toschool" 0. Box 1191, Winter haven
to study each country.I Sorry, but it couldn't be helped. !; the school was a military Iill { vatt, Primaries; Mrs. Ernest Florida
voice forever stilled. get in touch with our pastor, I the Kingsley Lake BaptistChurch program would be rewarded -
Hope to do better-for school. He has consistently Harrish. and Mrs. J. L. Brad- YOn:
little out .
-Edgar A. Guest. a garden Rev. George Chism and he has announced his ill and with extra days add- A.) Materials Only, As Required -
awhile at least. maintained a B average ley, Junior Girls: :Mrs. Huey
back and my potatoes are I will give more light on this resignation in order to enter I II ed to their vacations. Hurst For The Renovation -
Time is passing swiftly and growing. I set out some tomato Mr. and Mrs. Charles stu- I j has ended the 7th and 8th : Perry, Mrs. E. :M.: Norton. And Repairs For
Southwestern Baptist Theological when the school began. Hurst
Of donations ,
subject. course, no'! Three Kxi.stlng CoolerRooms
May: is about gone. It has beenjpol art of Jacksonville were recent -I I I grades with 15 merits and Mrs. Cecil Whitehead ;
plants and peppers. I have will be needed to do some of j Seminary in Fort said a committee would haveto At I'nit Xo L
here with plenty of rain. visitors to the Strick- I i demerits. j Junior Boys; Mrs. J. M. Bradley B.) Furnishing And Installing -
three short rows of beans up this work too; who will help? !. Worth, Texas. I this review the council's actionto New Refrigeration
.Since I came home from the also. I hoe small lands. This was the first time He was a paper boy Mrs. Robert Smith, and Equipment And Or Replacement
my gardenover We had a wonderful serviceat I Mr. Perry has served the I find out just what rewards -
Holy Land and Europe I seem I year at Bolles, and earned; Mrs. W. H. Anger Intermedi Parts As Required -
and recall my lot and we had seen Charlie and :Ma- Highland Church Sunday Kingsley Lake Church for had been promised before action For The AboveMentioned

&> miss my good Don more one half of rich black gardensoil ble for ages. They had been morning in more
<'-.*.han ever. I try to be brave I have in Nebraska. I usedto to the Long Branch Cemeteryand one. First we had:: 64 presentin which time it has experi- I I for himself, and an equal amount Woodie Callan and I Vendors Materials:May Pertaining Acquire To A List Paragraph Ut-

and keep busy with things because decided to visit us for a for the school delivering Mrs. T. E. Nail will also help :
enjoy my big garden Sunday School and 52 of enced a steady growth. He I Social SecurityA A" Above From W O
\corthwhile. I planned this I raised such wonderful few minutes. It is nice to have these were 100 per cent mem expresses his appreciation a daily paper to the stud- in the Bible School and in I' Whittle Or From The Manager
At The Starke State Farmers
.N.trip to fly around the World. vegetables to serve Don at old friends-and new ones- bers. It is almost needles to I to all those in this area who ents and faculty. The students" other capacities. representative of th Market In Starke Florida.

*:I: will fly from country to each meal. We really enjoyed I II call on us. I say 'but v.ei11, the Primaries have been helpful during his I have nicknamed him "Twig. "An excellent Bible School ; Gainesville Social Security office Msy Refrigeration At'quireThe Subionti Specifications! actor

--country and tour each country I them. Now life has lost the I The Clay Hill church en- I won the banner again. but the stay here. "This includes I Byron's hobbies are golf. is anticipated. and everyone will be in the courtroomof And ('rltt"rhPor The Refrigeration -

'- and study things. It is a i savor living alone. I manage I' joyed a weiner roast Friday Sunday before LI was ab- I I those in secular fields as : swimming, skiing reading: ; 'I, is invited to attend the classes the courthouse in Starkeat Pertaining To i'aragraplAbove

.Seminar from a College in'jansts. to eat just what I need each night. Of course all had a I!, sent!] the young people won I I well as Christian fields," the j and "horse trading. He has I ," Rev. Perry said.of 9:30: a. m. Friday June 14, Or"B"From The From Market W. O Manager Whittle

: I fly from Muncie day. Milk beef, eggs fruit 'nice time and all especiallythe I the banner with a grade of I pastor said. "We count it a !1 always enjoyed selling and '" for the purpose of ocnducting As Noted Above.

Ind. to Chicago and then toa.San and fruit juice. I walk down younger ones enjoyed the 198 per cent. Next on our pro- I real joy to have lived here." swapping goods. He will attend adopted Bradford a Resolution County, Florida closing., I, social security business. This Immediately l>ata Will fpon Be Request Available

Francisco then Hawaii the road and 'back twice which weiners. This church announces gram Jsunday morning we Mr. Perry, his wife. Donna. I! The Bolles School next i vacating and abandoning por- I I Signed SW.. O. Whittle, Chief
Japan, Formosa Philippines, adds up to seven miles. I am I j their daughter Beth will :1 year and will be a 9th grade i tions of four streets in Crosby: in Crosby Lake Shores which Florida! State Farmers
their Homecomingnext had the house well filled for and Lake Shores d." nbrd as follows : are unused, recorded in Plat Markets Winter Haven,
Olong Kong. Siam Burma India getting strong as I can for Sunday and invite all to preaching services, but we all leave during the week of : student. He is 14 years old. :, : .i I Hook :2.! Page 17, public records I Florida
*- and Pakistan ths my trip around the world and 1 will their i Portions of four ((4)) streets: of Bradford, County 6 6 ::t ti 11;)
over attend. Let's be there! Rev. felt-at the time- that the July 7, and begin 1I

'jIlmalayan Mountains to Rus. I to join the Peace Corps if I :I I Clarence Knight will be the next greatest blessing, Nellie I' residency in Fort Worth in I REVIVAL TO START 1\\ --:----.-- L

'j1a. We stay sever days in am notified when to take the preacher of the day. Wilkinson was able to be 'I' August. I AT LAURA BAPTISTI I\! DEPENDABLE SERVICE

.-Russia. I want to get 'I' physical. It is the Senior Burlie Lioutza of Norton home from the hospital and Revival services will start

"-ted with Russian acquain.I' Peace Corps and I wish to Va. was in these parts last present at church. even if she j Summer Reading I Monday June 10, at the Laura WILLIAMSJEWELRY Akridge Taxi ServiceStarke

..see if they like Americans. I teach English in Africa or to
week and called by our houseto did have to use a walker Set Baptist Church. Rev. Ed Til- ,

Relieve they will. From Russia Asia or Kingdom of Jordan.I visit his daughter Anita. walk with. Also, Bessi i Program I man, pastor of the Taber- ,

we fly to Denmark for a have considered South Am- I He has returned to Norton. I Strickland and May Bell Nor-I For Children nacle Baptist Church of Pa-

and then to New erica. Just where a teacheris man were present. It seems
jstay The Edwin Knight family \i ,I latka will be the preacher.
.-York. I leave July 14 and re- called for and needed most.I Stricklandsj I II they take "time about" being Bradford County's Summer Everyone is invited to attend WATCHESDIAMONDSAll
visited with us : U
;turn Sept. 1. pray I can go. That trip is sick and missing. or both are i iI I i Reading Program for children II the services which wil start
and I
This next Friday I get my for two years.I I Sunday afternoon out at the same time. But 1 will start Tuesday June 4. each night at 7:30.: I Work GuaranteedA.
., went to Sunday school about somebody singing! We I under I II
.__---.- the greatest blessing of all Registration is already C. Williams
this morning and taught my all tried to see how many was after the wonderful ser- way at the Starke Library. PHONE

I class of high school young sngs we could sing. All turned mon Brother George deliveredto I and will continue at the library Within The Confines Thereof.To 142 W. Call St.

people. I had 26' in my class. loose and were free to yell When the invitationwas and at Bookmobile Whom It May Concern:
us Notice is hereby given that Starke Fla. Fla 964-268 1
They are so sweet and I lovethem as big as they pleased and given, the first person to stops around the county. on June 4th 1963 in accordance i '
God bless even make all of the mistakes with Sections 336.09 through I -
so much. I walk the aisle was our neig- This year's theme is "The :13612. Florida Statutes, the ,
9 them. They are so good. They they could make. We all en- bor Floyd Johns, upon the Bookworm" and children may I Board of County Commissioners ,

.. bring their Bibles and take joyed this get together and profession of faith and his I read any of the books in the

part in the lesson and are so invote these folks back again wife Louise by letter. Then I children's or young people's

t : j.j\ 18 fashion col wonderful. I am happy with -and anyone else who will another neighbor Francis I collection.

I if 1 ours! them. come. We will just sing untilwe Lang, upon profession of I All children who read 15 eolej OfFJCE
I recolours belts
I I i'iT handbags, belts HELPFUL HINTS: If a cake can't sing any more, then faith. Buddie and: Nellie Wilkinson books will receive certificates EQUIPMENT SALE
\I too! eat cake and drink coffee!
; II, /.....;J colours! !leather, sticks to the pan hold the pan were fellowshipped back which will be sent to the ,
strasvfS This to all not just
I linen silks, over a low flame for about applies into the church. They had schools and will be presented
/ S shoes remain supS the folks of the Highland
.f/ ple-won't chip! five or. eight seconds. It should gone to another cnurcn to try f next fall.

I i i S pennies easily applied! waterprooflasts -costs come out easily. To clean Church! This is a good way to help where they felt help Approximately a thousand _ _ _ "f_ _

montks! colour white wood work use equal to improve on our singing. was needed but never felt at books are available at the ...-,

as often as you wish! parts of milk water and a Our house is open to anyone home until they came backto Starke Library for this pro- "ECONOMY" Side Choi.-

: .Lady' Brooke little kerosene. This is an old- wishing to get out in the Highland. Talk about a gram. I c-\: Used in church audtoriurt ..,
woods HOLLER!
L. fashioned way.SCAILOPED. happy time-well, you should t cafeterias end libraries.
shoe cosmetic TMI' CELERY We were pleasantly sur- heve been ther. Tears of joy? -':--'---.'- ,: .. Heavy gauge stet, made to
last a lifetime. Foam rub be.
I Complete lady Brooke Two cups of fresh celery cut prised Sunday when our Sure, they fell fast and unashamed Have you an old refrigerator, ., seat and back. Seat fit; ,.'

b .I Shoe Colour Cosmetic'Kit Contains Shoe: up in one-inch pieces. One I daughter and son-in-law by the major partof fan or tools which you no long ]16U"wide, 151" deep -

S 1 bottle each /- can cheddar cheese soup John and Betty Brumbelow the congregation. It was a 5r use. Convert them Into cash l No. 2660 $25.73
E : '' of colour., *lou J from Jacksonville visited us. wonderful day. now. Phone 961-3101 and ask ;. Carton of 2............ $25.35 co.Li .
: bread crumbs, and grated
I wail! Betty has been in the Duval for classified.

S j' i' of Additional colour $1.00 bottles each cheese. Boil celery in water Medical Center for some time BETHEL BAPTIST CHTJBCB Li: ._ .__ I UPHOLSTERY CO OU...

Mditignacleaner\ until tender. Heat soup and a. very sick person. She had J 1: I Available in Green, Brown
and wax' .49 eacDRUG I School 10 a. m.: : ? J Flame and .
\ _______ stir slowly. Add celery and contacted double pneumonia, Sunday NOTICE OF FOUP.CLOflJ f 1 j Tan, Gray .nsh.Li
Morning Worship 11 a. m. S.4I.K IIV CLERK: OFCIUCIIT
: at dash of Tabasco, if liked. Pour rushed to the hospital for COURTNOTICE The9ECRETARTAL"Typewriter ; Ii
that-and had to stay right; Evening Worship 7:00: p.m. IS HEREBY GIVE
: into casserole and sprinkle that the undersigned. CharlesA. pedestal with; elevator pTatform! en 1 letter, 1 box drawer 1 f d I
KOCII'S Prayer meeting Wednesday 7
and It she is in
with bread crumbs and grated I on on. proved Darby Clerk of the Circuit right (as illus.! ) er left. Specify preference. Center:: No.! .431.l96.9 1U
serious condition-a diabetic 7:30: p.m.Rev.. R. T. Wil- Court of Bradford County Flor- drawer with lock and key. linoleum covered Top:
STORE cheese. Bake in moderate oven ida, will on the 17th day of
i -and of course she will not liams. Three: bcx drawers
June, 1963, during the legal 60U" x 30'i"! Mist Green, Desert Sand, Sahara (
.,until golden brown at 400 de- be well of this for a long hours of sale, at the main door Brown or Gray. No. 432._..__ 196.90IURNPROOFSTAINPlOOF
of the Court House of Brad- "ECONOMY" Arm Chair j ti

: \ m. ;: ',;( ).}' ..t:''' 't'4''K' :<:i ''\\. '. ;,'''' :m. 5i .. .:L Y "N ? !4V !l'.i.t\\ "mi City of Starke. Florida, offer cannot stain nor can cigarettes burn ............. ... ., dd' '1" to number $15.00 add1.I ?. office that took .
: for sale and sell at public out- your now 4
cry to the highest and best and stands up after years : t --! 4
bidder for cash the following of wear. Ruggedly con- 1 '- '. .

T RAMBLER ..THE BEST OF BOTH! I described wit Bradford: property County, Florida situated, to-In No' swTngTng STEEL doors SLICING to block aisies.DOOR Large CABINET and I i". steel.structed.Foam Heavy rubber gauge seat ,; I t

; and back. Seat 16 4"wide
Commence at the Northeast rvmy. Heavy gauge steel Five adjustable comarfmenfs. 4? j

Corner Township of 6 NE South, of, Range Section 21 2 | 76" hi 36" wide, 19V deep. k upholstery.15'2"' deep.V/an't"Naugohyde"scuff or :'J I 3 I

I E., run West 20 feet on North No. 7636 ?9 9.75 1_
line of Section 2 for a pointof Same at abeva but with lock and key. J. crack. ....Uo. 2651 $39.95 tj

: West beginning on said thence North continue Line of No. 7636L $105.00 fr, .

Section 2 Township 6 South """""" 9.0'nr" .. .:'ih
Range. 21 East 210 feet, : : ,7>:
thence South :210 feet, thence r
: I 1 East :210 feet, thence XorthI I DECORATOR.COLORS. Thc"z.EHA.s's" rife

I 210: feet to point of beginning ContaVi two full/ Hftp.*.
and lying in NE 4 of NEU I Mist Green, 4, i sion !U-t.'r< files: ; a do'jfa': .
of Section 2 Township 6 .
a South. Range 21 East and all Olive Gre i, iFI draw for 3x5 or 4x J
I 4IJ : South of County Graded Road Desert Sand ,- .' .y Q cards '3200 opacity;. Two
iLI % and containing one acre, mora or ijie Gray. ;:.._- li1L1 adjustable storage co -
.v or less.pursuant w partments under lock and
.. S. .. to the Final Decreeof : steel vault'
: i. '4 I* Foreclosure entered In a casei I, I. J key, a safety
A.J I i pending in said Court the styleof I k BOOKCASE SECTIONS ;, t' .:.. fil( ,J doubly prctected: by Dial
S. ; ; which is Mid-State homes, I ct J Lock plus on outer doer
kI I : lIne I a Florida corporation i :. Desigied for many uses. Keeps supplies, ca'cogs! \ t.'I.: under lock and key. 30'!z"
I Jr., ) 'z4i and 30'i"! ;\.
.14 orderly.
- :: Plaintiff. vs. Efisio Coiana ; : and-printed matter neat w, .... Wide 32" high. 17" deep.
wife --
.. and Bern ice Coiana. 4J 37'2": h, 17" d. Four adjustable compartments. --'

S .. .. ,, -. -- .. I I number Defendants of which and is the No. 13-212.docket t: (Shelf size: 30V'x; 16"). ......... No. 3495 $39.50At 3. No.1370 $63.50

: ,,. )o .....'. ;'' .,..' '" WITNESS my hand and the \ '. above but 22"K, 2 compartments....No. 298 $34.10 Wth: plunger lock that Ie4 oil/ drowtn....No. 1370PI$7t.OOCo1e

,... ,.,; .:: ,:.:: ,,..,,,, : "- -- s official seal of said Court, this
S .:......... .. ;; "" .' V' : t" 7. 'S. .-:::':... .. I ;30th day May. 1963.



I Deputy Clerk

QL S I Seal n Shelves are adjustable on 2" centers, can
Harry M. Hobbs
Attorney for Plaintiff be raised or lowered, or more shelves
211 Jackson Street a ded. Easily assembled. Olive! Green cr

; + I Tampa 2, Florida Gray. The "four-way reinforcement" gives
It : Itchg 6/6 .
I t I them greater strength. The open shelving ;
I I units include four steel l gusset plates for :
: i : :NOTICE OP I\TR\TIOV TO ;;; ; ;:_:_ ::--- .
-t 1 j extra rig'dify. .

1 .f ; Notice Is hereby given that : I I tF I LI i' SHELVING UITS-CLOSD
0 : .. the undersigned. under the pro- !
visions of Chapter 20.S53 Laws (As shown at right) Comportm : -
j of Florida. Acts of 1941. will ti I r.t in UNIT UNITS UNITS Additional r
I register with the Clerk of the t I Ii II Width H..g"t Depth Each U it r--i Price per unit -t $11.1...

w- RAMBLER ALONE OFFERS ALL THESE EXTRA-VALUE FEATURES 'Join the TRADE PARADE to Circuit County Court Florida In and, for upon Bradford receipt I ; : 8712 .....36" 87" 12" Six; $46.95 $46.70 $46.25 $3.95 is.i .

B Double-Safety Brakes i Ceramic-Armored Exhaust System m Supe.. of proof of publication of '. 48,- .v,' ; .-# f I E718 ......36" 87" 13" rwe 53.90 53.40 53.00 4.95 to.
this notice the fictitious name, .4: .. 8724 _... 36" ;7" 24" fivl 69.23 68.65 68.25 =.95 'a,
: rior Performance B Curved Glass Side Windows i More Service-Free RAMBLER 60RV.& BEAUTI-PLEAT OF FLORIDA 11 .- -, '_ 9XB .__..33V: 49" 9lte Four 33.00 32.75 32.50 3.7510.

B Deep-Dip Rustproofing B Self-Adjusting Brakes B Advanced Unit under which I am engaged in t'1. -, f ,; 1_,_.___ i 207 _.....3CW' 26" 17" Two 30.80 30.5 30.25 4.95 so.Lt. .
: business at Rt. 1 Box 272, .
Lt. : .. m..strcf&d ebevt G25 ......30' 43 ," 26g." Three 54.45 53.90 53.35 7.65 ta.
Construction n D Famous Rambler' Economy.:..and many, many more! Winner of Motor Trend Award:"Car of the Year"Good : I Starke Florida. TH2EE No. 7512 ants
I Richard Fogarty, lit 1 Box SHELVING UNITS-OPEN! (At shows ot left)
: 2r!. Starke, Florida, sole owner. .1
$8025 7512 ......26" 75" 12" Five $27.00 $26.75 $26.15 $3.95 .*.
Dated this 30th day of MayA.
reasons why more than 2.OOO.OOO owners have switched to Rambler D. 1963 at Starke Bradford 7513 _...36" 75" 18" five 30.95 30.70 30.20 ".95 .a.

: \ County Florida. 7524 --36" 75" 24" five! 37.55 37.35 36J5No. '.95 so.
6/6 it 6/27

I : : '110DO'S AUTO SALES, 528 S. Walnut St. Starke, Florida :.Votirr Of Adoption Board Of County Of Resolution C.minia -- Bradford

Poor iouFrg Strrrtu Cloning In Cro-.br Purtiam Lake Of

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""orable. This practice with the I j SPECIAL MASS I In The Circuit Court Of A wedge! shaped triangular
Orange Blossoms And Old Shoes I' 1..I..ri.. r.iKMlt i Jadl..ial l ('ir- pfivel C"f land in Starke
custom of eating honey at the FOR POPE JOHN XXIII .
t-nit lit \I1d For Bradford F;I ifiJa which is bounded ou
marriage feast, may be the origin : I ('..unri. In Chaartry.RICIIArD i i th.> west by Alunrw Street

Herald June, the Month of BridesThere'll of the word honeymoon. I .? F v .. Father Connie Dougherty': P."'.-. O r;,TOS.. Plaintiff. : "1 R aM S ad. on 260 the and, east the by south State
announces that a special Requiem
Meaning Of Veil I vs -" n i :f turnout connecting Stale
be about one millions,right hand until the wedding Sometimes the marriage 'Mass for Pope John LUCILLE KORTOX. I' Htr.dO: > and Jtunrw Strre' .

500 thousand weddings in the'when it was transferred: to t..e ceremony involved guarantees : XXIII will be offered toni trThursday r>ivortcnNOTICE Defendant, I- '.f i rare id plro feet I more contains or less ROs "

United States this year and, as'left The veil over the bride's face 1r; t Yti, ] in all churches of :: : I ',j ne sale' will WRIII' promptly -
the Diocese of St. Augustine. TOLnrille Norton residenceand : lat 11-00: A. il. A bid of
usual, June is the most popular Another custom credited to may have indicated that she: add less unknown I $3SI 11.00 mu't! be reeeired.L .
month for the altar-bound. !ancient Egypt is' throwing old had been secluded from men, This special evening mass will i You are hereby notified that I /l{ detailed legal description
Why June has become thei shoes or tying them to. the and her white robe was a war- be celebrated at 6 p. m. in a complaint for divorce has !j of 'the property and other in-
Church.I' hern filed against you, and j 1 f I foil nation regarding this sale'
traditional month of weddings'' bridal car. In the Und of the rant of her punty. Even: now Starke at St. Edward's you are required to serve a1 I:|, mrjv lie obtained from J It
and roses probably relates to I pyramids, the father handed it is thought bad luck for the Non-Catholics are welcome to': copy: of :your Answer or plead- !:, HOMinr! Jr., District t'hiet.'
The bid deposit shall be in the' 111'
lasement and
the transportation difficulties',the bride's sandal to the groom, groom to see th'i bride before }T attend. ; ing to the Complaint on the I I Iflrt I nch. State Road Disposal DepanI -
in early America too much symbolizing a transfer of aU- the ceremony on their wedduig I II plaintiff's attorney, George II .I mint' Lake City, Flurida.The .
II I I'ierce. P. O. Drawer 1030 i i,
successful 1 bidder
'' must
snow in the winter to get to al) thority. :day.Another I I StarKe. Florida, and file the 1 i exjecutp a proposal and furnfoh
wedding celebration. Spring! Mohammedans, back in the'1 widespread; ow>mi "I've had a good life and i| original Answer or pleading in a 'bid deposit in the amount of

and fall were bad times, too,! middle ages, used orange blossoms is for the bride to wear: "i>o'ne-! many wonderful experiences'J, Circuit the offU-e Court of on the or Clerk before of the the ..1 lft n >ediately per cent following of his the bid sale i im I,

because folks were busy with1 i' in their ceremonies, as thing old, something new, some- in the ministry," Mr. Strick- 28th day of June, 1962. If :)"011., f.>$ m of a Cashier's Check orot
planting or harvesting. j the orange was their most pro- thing borrowed, and something land says. i CnnffM fail to so will do.be a taken Deere againstyou Pro i i er non-cancelable instru-

Another influencing: factor! lific fruit. Today, orange blos- blueIn) ancient Israel thei Mrs. Wilkinson also thinks : for the relief. demanded in ;:I anctee ment. This that deposit the' successful is a guar-bid-

may have been that June is soms symbolize the hope that bride's robe had :a blue border' she has been "blessed with along I the Complaint.Done d.tr will complete the purchase I
and ordered at Starke ,
named after the Roman goddess : the wedded couple will be bless.. signifying purity, fidelity, and I WF life because I love the Florida this 4th day of June, A. I of the land set subject forth' by to the the conditions Department.

Juno. The Greeks had a''' ed with children. Throwing,love. i Lord and my church. I raised D. 1963 .
Charles? A. Darby
different name for this dame -:1 rice carries the same wish .' High-caste Brahmans ia India -I my children in it, and they all Clerk Circuit Court. 1'he Department reserves the
Hera. Anyway the point is' but in ancient times it was also believe a girl should marry) turned out good.:: I couldn't Bradford County, Florida'i right to reject any or all bids
Py Janet N. 'Carter I anil to waive technical errorsas
I that Juno (or Hera) was the! a way to protect" the mar- at puberty. Usually the child| I ask for anything more." Deputy Clerk i may be deemed best for the

goodness of womanhood, of I,I riage from evil gods. I',;bride remains with 'her family' I Other founding members of George Seal H. Pierce, Attorney for I interest\AKI3WK\T of the state AM IJI!>PO-

marriage, and of maternity.:I!| Sun Good.Omen .until she. is 15 or 16. M"airiagel the church, who are still living Plaintiff I i ",\10 BRANCH:
She are Mrs. Wilkinson'sdaughtel" 66 4t 627PI Uhtht or ur imikioHSTITI
was usually represented as Since the sun was a god in celebrations in India are so elaborate ) -| a I LOItIlU : ROAR UKUTMKvr -
a matronly type, but nonethe- many early societies it was believed -',. Compton's points:: out)I Mrs. Blackburn; 'I:I -. r.\
less beautiful. The peacock,'t j that if a bride-to-be gazed -that "the expense of the affair)! Rev. Chism (right) And Oldest! Members' :Mrs. Hattie Darley, and Miss' public auction will be held I 6/6 :t 8/14
Since Prescott. Most of them i'1 for the sale of the following i
the cuckoo and the pomegranate on' the sun she would be cer-,and of the bride's dowry frequently -
usual, for described parcel of land on the Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at
were sacred to her. Homer! tain to have children. This may drives the father to the'' Church Is Proudof were there as serv I site' of said property at 11.19I :
spoke of her as the "white-;explain the old saying "Hap-j moneyleaders." hay American -; Highland Baptist ices on Mother's Day. j I I A. M. on June :21st! 1963. i Bradford County Tclegraph.Terwillegar .

armed goddess'1 and the "ox- py is the bride the sun shines fathers can testify that this, : ':-' ::-.;-: :'-. ::_ -.< ---::. :,-: _-::'-'-.-: "--.;, :-.- -" :. ,:-:'0- ::'- ..--:. '_;-:::_ ,-----,::."-"-- _;:;-->>:.; -':::;;;-1: :Jt'-. .:.-::: -;-...\
eyed queen" all of which on." I turn of events is not exclusive:' Aged] But Active }Members]
l t adds to the kind
up of deity| Even though her wedding day with India. I Ii I : ;

every prospective bride oughtto is her happiest day, the bride I II bride threw her garter and the,,1 : I) I
I i
have on her side. ) At 1C5. Mrs. Easter Wilkinson -, the northwestern part of crete
bride to block sanctuary, a similar -
is supposed to cry symbolizing -(: wear a veil over her
These and many other inter-, the dismay of the bride of i elaborate hairdo called: a "horn; of Lawtey still attends Bradford County about 1840, educational building, anew MotorsI Tf
observations about services at Highland Baptist i when there two
esting the were only
olden times captured by force.!coverer.1' Jealousy >s thoughtto ;, parsonage, and: a covered
inl Church which she helped organize families in the entire area. I j shelter on the church
origins of wedding customs are The capture is also reflected vanish when it is removed ,, property -
culled from Compton's TLlur,the custom of the groom carrying .I in 1910. And at a com- I He came here from Georgia, where old-fashioned basket i
paratively "young" 81, Rev. looking for better grazing !
ed Encyclopedia. Here are the bride over the thresh-I Oscar C. dinners are held. I PROUDLY.L4Ull0Ullces
| GeigerSet James L. [Jim! Strickland, lands for his extensive cattle.j
some more While
; I hold of their new home. I! ]Mrs Wilkinson has
first of the church, is 1 I holdings. Aunt East born
pastor was
"Maine For been
of Lo\e"
.. Centuries ago in France the Friday I 1 ., a faithful member of the I
right there too. on March 12, 1858. She is
For instance the engagement bride threw her garter and the church for all these years, :
Funeral ServicesOscar This unusual combination' the mother of three and
ring represent the very I'girl who caught it was believed j Rev. Jim has spent some of
\ of longevity in one five daughters, and has "so
old custom of I this time in H
to other
a gift a girl to be the next bride. Todaythe parts. He .
C. Geiger Sr., 73, long : feat- .
desired in marriage. The dia-[ 'bride is somewhat more' was the subject of a i many grandchildren I've lost attended Stetson University
time resident of Starke diedWednesday ure article on the church' count of them."
mond ring originated in Italy,subdued and throws her bouquet -' J for two years, established four
where in a local hospital page of the Florida Times- I' Still able to get around by
the diamond
was believedto but the bridesmaids'1 THE APPOINTMENT OF
after a short illness. He was : Union recently written herself and talk with her other churches in Florida, and
be "flame I I It I
a of love. In an- still scramble to make the
I born in Georgia on Aug. 9, by Richard B. Stalder, T-U ; family and friends: she now has preached in 27 counties..
cient Egypt the ring was a catch. i I 1889, was a retired employee I religious editor. +, resides with her daughter, Until recently, he used to '
symbol of It also
I eternity. In ,
ancient times, according to
of the City of Starke and a Both of these old-timers Mrs. T. T. rAmanda] Black If I
symbolized the "captive bride" Compton's the date of the wed- I I j preach occasionally at the
member of the Church of God. were right on hand for the burn just north of Lawtey. 1110 E. "ED" TORODE
whose hands j Highland Church. I II
were tied to pre ding was often chosen at some I i :
Surviving are his wife Susan -! annual observance of Moth- : Mr. Strickland also comes i Mr.
vent her from escaping. Anglo- phase of the moon when the1 I Strickland and his sec-
I Glover Geiger; one daughter -;;, er's Day at the church on Sunday I of pioneer stock, his father
Saxons wore the ring on the to be favIL ond wife live
gods were presumed now on a farm I
I Mrs. Retha Bennett; three May 12. being the late Abraham
sons, Herman, Homer Lee, and As she has on a number I Strickland, who settled on I by themselves about five or AS

Ottis Geiger all of Starke; ''I'' of Mother's Days in the past, j! Kingsley Lake in the early j six miles from the church
I I They have one of the few
four brothers. Wallace and "Aunt East" was in church 1860's. He married a High- I '
FLORIDA George Geiger both of Soper- !' -"God willing"-and once { land area girl and moved to 1 "open wells" still in use in the NE\V\ AND USED CAR SALES MANAGER:?

ton, Ga., and Leo and Ernest I again won the prized corsage the Clay Hill section a short i| area, and Mr. Strickland still
r Geiger of Bartow. Also sur- I j as the oldest mother present. time before organizing the II takes pride in raising most of

siring are 15 grandchildren, And Rev. Jim, who calls !I Highland Church in 1910. the vegetables and poultry ... .. .,_ ..., .. _.'.. '_ .. .... .,,.. ._ .
I o ._,. .,.-._...-.,..>_>' .' ', ,<-_ -.- -..' "," _.-- '. ," .-._ "' ."'- -..... "--'_" '.''-'_- -", ."-_--.,--, .
and 12 great-grandchildren. himself i "the wilderness i|I Mrs. Wilkinson was one of that they need for the table. "w -

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Funeral services will be held with him in .._ .
the first to un.
preacher, was on hand to i join I --
T II EAT R E -r I Ii at 2:30: p. m. Friday in the do the honor of handing the i! getting the new church under

: Church of God, with Rev. L. flowers to Mrs.' Wilkinson i i way. ,
i, I S. Williams officiating. Interment 'i from the present church pastor -'I Rev. Chism, who has been

; I will follow in the family j I Rev. George W. Chism. j I pastor for the past seven
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1 OPENING TIME : plot in Dyal Cemetery un- Mrs. Wilkinson is the granddaughter j' years says the church now
MONDAY\ THROUGH THURSDAY i der direction of DeWitt C. of a pioneer settler i ii has a membership of 200- Its

OPEN 7OU: P. M. SHOW STARTS 7:30 I Jones Funeral Home. i John Griffis, who moved into: facilities include a small conri's -

FRI. 3:30 SAT. 1:00 SUN. 2:00: I

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i fined. without and unless said fictitious nan.e shall be registered with the
Sun. Mon. Tues. June 9 10 11
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i I clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business siwrrtb :e ':i ; FOR TWO

Is. with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit I ,fir u -
The signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of
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Conflict of : of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carried

: MANKIND'SMIGHTIEST on. Said registration may not'be made until the person or persons desiringto AT THE

engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or '
R their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four :s

MORTALS ; I I (4) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

1 I If where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be Contest No Gimmick

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of I ,.
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I I SPORTS I RECREATIONS NEWS Recent announces Bradford Births County the following Hospital Air Condition Now!


Brooker Girls Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whiffen

I'T : Beat StarkeIn Starke a son, MicKael James, O l Air Conditioning
5 L551
I i May 30. Engineered To rcil Your Needs

I SoftballThe I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Griffis, ""'HOLE HOUSE COJIFORT"ROVN'S
going to work. You are search- 4k11E I Starke Joyce
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IRONS 1 ing my brains. I am going to Ladies softball leagua Elaine, June 3.

provide the information, but got underway Monday night i I \ REFRIGERATION
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Joc-
and WOODS : you must listen. with Brooker playing at
kel Starke Janico
a daughter
"11 my talk doesn't make 'c11 I Starke. The ladies had a lot I 226 S. Walnut StreetS
Anne, June 3.IADSES.
sense to you, I will try a different I l : I II ;tc' of fun although Starke came Phone 969-1121
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way of getting into your ,' out on the short end of the ,I
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mind but I am going to give 'II : score. Starke had: 17 runs on!: 1
I j'EQ4V(5
I you the best of my ability." { 18 hits and many errors. Jean I|

II I I have tried this policy andit I : Alvarez had three hits for ;,

: is not theoetical. Other professionals five times at bat, and Kimber-I,

I, too have tried this : ly had three hits for as many :j WOULD YOU LIKE TO ,

approach and the results arc Tuesday of this week several times at bat. Ruby Howell had:':

i very fine. I ladies from Gainesville playedthe three hits for four times at OWN YOUR OWN

\\\'jf\ Our championship Tourna course for the first time. -" -- "- _u.__, _____ __ ._i aHtfcAii WJKdW KS I bat. These were the big guns .

iI ment will be played this and They we were were visiting most at happy the lake to'' Johns Oil Co. in Starke's hitting department. ': DRESS SHOP I Ii I

month. You have through \ I Brooker had 43 runs, 21 hits, j !
I June 9 to qualify. Those qualifying I have them enjoy our nine- and a good many errors. The |i IN YOUR HOME TOWN
Ii i so far are: Harold Bish- i big hitters for Brooker were I II

op m, 70: Buddy Bishop 78 j !I A few of the scores follows: McKinney with two home I Be your own boss and swnre

[take note ladies] Billie Miles, 'I an income for life the Pixie
realize that in my profession J. B. Godwin 78; Bill Epps. I runs and Stedham had five

with my responsibilitiesand 79; Charles Webb 82; Hally 39; Corrine Jackson 42; hits for six times at bat. Shop way. Your investmentis
Eleanor Davis 43 Rachel Emmett 9' ?:5A OFFSET
ambitions as a teacher, Seymour 75; H. H. Adams. ; I S :. The ladies of Starke have.i less than $3,500.00 for fixtures
: 85; Norman Willis 83; Marion 43; Ruby O'Kelly. 44; Mif + : ''I
I in schedule session
am really quite a handicapped : a practice tables etc. and Pixie-
Elder 85 S. G. Denmark, Nora Mae Scruggs 44; Mary _ _
position. A pro is'an I : .-45 4' 1 for 5 p. m. Thursday, June 6,j! with
Stringfellow 44 Ann Scraf- r : keeps you supplied _
87; James A. Griffin 88; Mike ; -
employee of a club. A mem- 1 at the Pratt Street Play-i S
ber comes to me and gives me I Willis, 88; Vernon Silcox 89; ford. 45; Evalyn Puckett 46; 5I 5IS : ground.: All ladies that would''|' $10,000.00 to $15,000.00 of ,

M. H. Sheppard 92; Neal'i and Hilda Peck, 46. mdse. (Dresses shoes,
his dollars to have a lesson. I like to play softball: are urgej j
Lyon 92: jack Eaves 93 Ho- With school out the has I I
; pool
He usually take charge and : to come on out to practice. sportswear lingerie, hats, I
ward Meyer 95; X. M. Smith, really been getting a workout :'
Prank Owsley the Recreation
after a few minutes he begins bags etc.) at no cost to you
96 Bill Powell. 98. Each Monday the pool will be
a' Director will be working with
to tell the pro how to give -Pi& i: at all. No experience necessary -
lesson. Only there is not anything I See you on the tee. closed for cleaning. The hours, # S the ladies until volunteer man. 'II' I,
Tuesday through Sunday will our trained staffeompl't'ly
you can do about it. You -HOMER agers can be obtained.
be 11 a. m. to 7 p. m. assists you. Perfect -
are subjected to all the likes Singer Sewing Mathloe II

and dislikes of every man in I Motor Parts Shirley Johns, Tournament I n.p. JI.'at1"'e for widows retired couples -
Chairman plans to start a i :NOW MHllItG: STARKE I
your club, so you have to takea I Write to:
Sales & Service I ,
Takes Lead In Ringer Tournament Florida Pest Control i :
different approach to each today Vacuum Cleanem Floor I''

of your patrons.I [Thursday] which will run for FollsheriiFree MISS PIXIE
Commercial LeagueThe about nine weeks. So Pest Control Wins Over RaifordIn Home Demonstration !
know you have heard everyone Call Fit131 Gallic,.*'Hie I BRADFORD County TELEGRAPH
try to come out for Ladies JODAY. BROWMXO: I BAIXBRIDGE, GEORGIA
many people say: "I won'tplay tie for first place in theMen's 16-1$ \."'. !Mtb Street ,
Day and get started in the Little League Play I
well this afternoon. I Commercial League was .
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had a lesson this morning and broken this week when Starke!

I'm all twisted up. That Motor Parts stepped into the -Carolyn E. Eaves Florida. Pest Control scored: I hit pitching of Bill Adams. I

pro doesn't know whathe's lead by taking four points an 11-6 victory over Raiford I I In the hitting department

rolleda in Little League Baseball for Johns Oil, Jay Roy Chas-
talking Pro- from Russ's. Bob Drake I
by taking four points from II' Tuesday. Tommy Chastain,{ teen and Adams had two hits
bably what the pro advisedwas 562 series for the first place I I
Community Bank, with Rudolph Danny Griffis. and Gary Hamilton '''in three trips to the plate.
the right thing, but it did team, while Bob Green had a !I
not suit the pupil's thinking.I 477 series for the losers. Hutcheson rolling a 576 combined their efforts Mike Crawford and Charles

tried to work out the answer series for the winners. and and pitched a no-hitter against j i Smith each had two hits for i
Running a close second is I
to that dilemma. Often i I George Schaeffer rolling a Raiford, with Chastain ,, Lawtey.On 20 Words or less, one time _- .95 Memorials, Resolutions --___ Be per wort
Pyrofax Gas Co., taking 2l !
476 for .
you can talk to the fellow first points from Food Fair. High: losers.Standings getting the win. John Bow- Friday Coca-Cola downed If not paid in advance -_____ -___ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words ____ Z.S9
and say "Now you want a series for the winning team I ers was the loser. In the hit- Raiford 8-2. Kenny Hall] Keyed or Blind Ads _____ 1.00 Over 50 words 5c per wore
Starke Motor Pts. 7 1
lesson. I think I be able ting department for Pest Con- was the winner and Mike Mit- Each additional __ _
might was 568 rolled by Bones Ma- Pyrofax Gas 5\'z 2la word over 03 Display ads in Classified __ 1.50 per ta

to help you; but first, you honey, while Vernon Glisson Gem Jewelry 5 3 I I trol, Gary Hamilton had two chell the loser.

must try to do what I tell I was high for the losers with : hits in three at bat. David Williams had three
Community Bank 4 4
for three for Coke, and John I '
you. You have. to give me a I II a 480. I Pood Pair 1% 6% On Thursday Johns Oil beat FOR SALE 16-ft Correct i, TAKING RESERVATIONS BRAND NEW ADMIRAL
Bowers had one for two for Craft motor boat. 75 Ore :!, for 1963-64
I chance. I am the one who is Gem Jewelry came in strong Russ's 1 7Cole's I Lawtey 5-1 behind the sixCole's Raiford. Marine hp. Kindergarten. Call freezer chest or upright for
inboard motor. Excellent I 964-9374 MAMA PRIEST.
i iI $10.00 down at Dahmers Discount
I Standings W L condition. Contact J. H. 6tchg 6-27 Ii House. Stfhg 6-2l
Florida Pest Control 9 2 Gill, Rt. 1 Box 495, phone 533- I
Lawtey 7 :3 2531 Kingsley Lake. 3tp 6-6 Bradford FOR SALE-One acre home

ADDING MACHINE Coca-Cola 5 6 11 acres with nice home near counties. Kitchen and surrounding cabinets i sites adjacent to Southslda

Johns Oil Co. 5 6 town. Price $9,000-Ask about built to your specifications. j Read The Classifieds! Elementary. High and Dry.
$2,500. an acre. Contact Billy
Starke Builders 3 7 terms. Phone 289-4491. No collect IF YOUR NAME IS} Jackson, Starke. Wchjf,

iiii.I .( Raiford 0 10 5 acres, practically new Ce- call. Avory Slade, Maxville. FOUND AMONG TilE
Wcs I4'i2- S-S Schedule ment Block home garage Fla. 6tp 6-6 I FOR SALE: 7 room, 2 bath,

good location. Ask for price CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL house, utility room, large cor-
leu 4! Thursday June 6-Coca-
Aon IbijDictate ,
j Cola at La\\otey,1 and terms. A. G. Loudon ,,AT THE TELEGRAPH1! ner lot. newly decorated in-
: vs. Lawtey
16 acres, nice home, short dis- WANTED TO BUY-Indian side. 210 E. Adkins St., key
Raiford vs. Johns Oil at Rai i tance :OFFICE FOR A FREEj\ ;next door. tfchg
to .
N9r. town immediate oc- Head Cents. I S. Montgomery -\ _
-'- I ford, Starke Builders Supply : cupancy. $8,600 with good 3655 Riverside Ave. Jacksonville TICKET TO TIlE FLORiDA .; FOR RENT-2 bedroom---- -

11-, i vs. Florida Pest Control. I, terms. I'I 5, Fla. ltp THEATRE. house. Apply unfurnished 307-

Friday June 7-CocaColavs. Large lot with 3 I
I'i bedroom I FOR SALE: The most beau- W. Cherry St. or Phone 964-
Johns Oil Co. home, all in I.
garage, good con- I tiful pine-covered building lot 2521. tfchg
Monday. June 10-Lawtey dition. Only $3900 cash. I in Starke. Approx. 2 acres; ., FOR SALE-Aluminum 10 ft.-!I _

41 No.TR4OGLt' vs. Florida Pest Control. STROUT REALTY, U.s. 301 1140 ft. on Road 230 [New: boat, Evinrude 10 hp motor |j FOR SALE-Reasonable priced -

$ Tuesday: June 11-Raiford South, Starke. Fla. Ph: 468- : Blanding Road], 661 ft. deepto : with trailer. Can be seen at I I used Televisions. Refrigerators

1'1. 10 KEY MANUALFor vs. Starke Builders Supply at I I 1766 Waldo. Fla. 2tchg 6-6 :1 Bessent Road. See WH 518 N. Water St. 2tchg 6-13 Washers. Excellent

COLEIk21d4Ll addition, subtraction and listing. Total capacity Raiford. i, INSURANCE Graham, Alvarez Store. I Condition. Bullington Appliances
9,999,999.99 both positive and negative. Keys I I WANTEDFreezers upright tfchr
: :/ Thursday, June 13-Coca-i j: AT REDUCED RATES 3tchg 6-13
I or chest type. Pay cash or !
for and Non.add, Minus, Sub-total, Total! i AUTO FIRE .
Repeat ; BOAT I FOR SALE -New and used
Cola vs. Florida Pest Control. : FOR SALE 100 ft. lots facing take in on trade on refrigera.tor -
Operates? both by lattery and electric(A C.) Clear lever. Two ribbon with sub. DOYLE E. CONNER I.
Keyboard -coor freezers. See me first for a
Friday June 14-Johns Oil i)I INSURANCE I Hiway 16 41fc miles from T.V. Stero player or]
PROTECTED BY A GENUINE LEATHER CASE tract items, negative totals and sub-fctals printingin Co. vs. Starke Builders, Law- Phone 964-4501 AGENCY Starke. J. B. White phone 964- I washing machine. Dahmer's : good deal. Dahmer's Discount

: Jn ear, Kome or We! Reg.hter ....... ...... No. 436 I I, House. 4tchg 6-13
your ideas your while fres'.t' i mind. Used for dictation. Records inter. red. Base 8" x 1 11" $149.50pius tey vs. Raiford at Lawtey. I _ _ tfchg 1651. 4tp 6-20 I I Discount House. 4tchg 613'I --I'

views and conferences. Operates tQf j i FOR RENT- Small two bedroom FOR RENT Desirable 3 NEW AND USED-Chain saws I FOR RENT Furnished
e For effica transcription. Your concrete room and bath apartments. j house on Kingsley Lake. Ph.
secretary block house
as easily as the phon..Errors erase _-"I 'Wt-- Independents Top j l $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. !
listens to your dictotion, then types at her Lake and Pratt StreetSOneblock Also 2 bedroom house for sale Lawn Lawtey 782-3061. 4tchg 6-13
I sales and
own speed. Crystal clear playback. automatically. Dictat at home or I Men's Softball In I from school $50.00 per Easy monthly payments. W. vice. Your mowers McCulloch Dealer ser- !I

Record ptione conversation. Both in your car. Eliminates costly stenographic month In advance. Hollis V. I H. Nollman. tfchg. Florida Saw Co. 19th Driv* i| HASTINGS MATTRESS
your i Second Half Play '
voice and the voice talking to you. dictation."SAFETYPE" f Knight. tfchg.Problems 15 ft. Upright, R. C. A. Whirlpool !, N. East Gainesville, Fla. 6-'i:& UPHOLSTERY WORKS
electric freezer. New II 3411. tfchgi!
I I The second half of Men's Insurance ? 710 Lemon St. Palatk
S S ; $245.00. 18.000 BTU [Nema
1 Softball League got underway Emery Cooper Furniture Repaired
Call The Man From Rates] Electric air condition-' I ,
-- .S f S'4: this week with seven games on TRAVELERS"George er. [Cools up to 4-rooms-1] WANTED Service Station Upholstered & Refinished

4iI -.- :-t r tap. The Independent team 'j E. LaRue/ $330.00. help. Apply in person at Jim MATTRESSES REBUILT

n. :i: Fii .5 came out as league leaders.In Keystona Heights Agt. For 11 cubic foot Electric Refrig- 'I my Moore's Gulf Station I j New Innerspringsand
Tuesday night's play erator. Deluxe model by Tappan$169.50. ltchg ,
: E Companies"Tel. SpringsDrop
;Q I This-full size cabinet is a fine additiont :.5i. iNii Brooker defeated Garden defeated 473-4692 Day COMPANY. ltchg I I LOST Black Wallet, Friday !- Us A Card or CallrALATKA
aurant 16-15. Lawtey
L May 24. Return to P. O.
I 473-4325 Nites.
Dust-proof, heavy
gauge -
any Natural Gas 23-7, while Independents -, WANTED 2 experienced1 Box 509, Starke. KEEP $13 I EA 5-9166
Auto Fire -
I '*: steel protected by strong doors defeated Hampton Home Business and return wallet. STARKE 964-5924
I : Chevrolet mechanics. Apply _Itchg I
Monthly Payment Plan
,. equipped with a two-way locking device 33 DRAWER CABINET I Available Gateway Chevrolet U. S. 301, VACATION IS THE MOUNTAINS -' MKi. PEGGY 8HALLEB,

k : controlled by a parocentric lock. 340 Compartment Capacity Will pay for itself in 230.Thursday night saw Inde- North. Itchg/ ? Starke, Agent

'', Easily assembled. 72" high, 36" wide, safe-guarding hardware, tools, catalogs printed pendents defeated Lawtey 19- tfchg. BEWARE of buying: any encyclopedia New cottage in Blue Ridge '

18i"! deep. Four adjustable{ shelves. matter, etc. Inside drawer size: 8V wide, 23i" 14 on the latter's home field. FOR RENT OR SALE Small before you see I! Mountains, 10 ml. from Ridge- I'
12" Cabinet size 30'i" wide 37z"! Natural I crest paved hiway. Sleeps POR SALE2 br. concrete
high, deep. : In Friday's play on ,
F :,_ Mist Green, Olive Green, Desert Sandor 2 bedroom unfurnished house.i, WORLD BOOK. Call or write : block home in .
walking distance
'. high, 12% deep. Heavy steel. Mist Green, Olive Gas defeated Pine Level 13-3, Phone 964-5685 M. A. PAYNE your local representative I 5 comfortably. Completely furnished i
.ci Cole Gray. ._..No. 772 $59.00 or see Robert I with utilities. $40 of shopping area and
; Green, Desert Sand or Gray.... No. 3312 $49.95 Lawtey defeated Hampton 23- Johns. 2tp 6-6 I since 1956 Box 603 j 1 per I churches. Furnished
Additional shelves.._.No.77-SH$ .7S ea. cabinet each drawer defeated phone 964-3794. tfcbg week. Some June, Aug., Sept I or
: Above equipped 10. and Terrell's Gulf I j NEWLY DECORATED furn-! I weeks available. Write P. furnished. Quiet large lot. 1
with 2 adjustable divide-s making 99 Pet. 0'1
L trees.
W Call 969-2845.
\ t Same as obove but 76"high. Standings j I ished apartments. One and Drawer A, Starke Fla.] tfchg
compartments, ,_ ... ..No. 3312D $59.00 W. C. Ward I i
: No.76 $&9.50 A3 of May 31; I two bedrooms. Reasonable. 3tchg 6-13 FOR RENT-Large 4 rooms

r it Additional! sLelvrs! _No. 6-SH $3.73 ea.CONFERENCE" Brooker 2213.Independents 1 Lights and water furnished. YOUR OLD WATCH will Floyd GreenElectraTronics i furnished apartment. 331 ClarkSt.
., S S I 2 0 1000(' i Contact 431 Center St. or make beautiful the down payment on a Mrs. D. L. Silcox._ tfchg.
new Bulova at --- ------- -
I phoNe 964-7191
S. Choir I Terrell's Gulf 1 0 1000 Dahmess Discount House. 'I Inc FOR RENT-Furnished larga

((1 Corrects improper I Lawtey 2 1 ..666Natural ':- tfchg j,I tfchgj || one bedroom air conditioned

posture. All! nylon I Gas 1 1500 :1 COINS BOUGHT ;'Industrial Division Sales servo l apartment. Renner Apart-
-. bearings. Fingertipcdiustment.Steelband 1500 lj EXCHANGED I FOR SALE-8 room house 4'ice Repairs on Motors, Gen.' menu. Phone 964-5744. tfchj
k I Brooker 1 t 'i bedrooms 3 baths wash house i'
.$ S : Garden Rest. 0 1 .000 I'! I Pay current market value double;, carport. 212 Redgrave era tor!, Switching and Con-i"',

1-- --- -- -,- ,. S back support. Seat: Pine Level 0 1 .000 i i* for old coins Indian Head 1 St. Phone 9642201. tfchg'trols. Welders and Tools, Powei'

.. 16 J[ 14-' x 2J ". Hampton 0 1 .000 I Pennies Gold Coins Com I :II Conversion, Transformers. j Johnson & Evinrude
No. 2809 ... $49.95 I Schedule memoratires Medals Tokens,i I FOR RENT 2 bedroom, nicely Service: and Repairs to AQji I

I Foreign Coins. $ furnished house. with carport -I i i Heavy Industrial Electrical; Motors with Boats

",. !>. 5- -S UPHOLSTERY COLOR I Thurday! June 6-Independents Denver R. Devrick I and large utility room.:j I Equipment I j

:"" .,C"', ,_ Natural Gas Pine DV Auto Supply GTfflfl!
vs. For adults with infant
.t$' ,._1 f Green Brown, Tan, or an ,,1939 N. E. 27th Ave.
:_._,- Flame and GrayS Level vs. Hampton at Brooker, 416 E.Brownlee St. child. No pets. Inquire at 733 PIIONE 373-1280 I II j and Trailers

., I Terrell's Gulf vs. Garden. i iI tfehg.WHY N. Thompson St. tfchgPEYTOS' tfchg.|;I!
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< | Tuesday June 11-Lawteyi >II PAY RENT? Own COMPLETE READY
!>o.-': ;:" your FLORIST -j Ij ji
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i vs. Pine Level at Starke. Na- I own Mobile Home. As low as FOR TilE WATER
i at'' 119 S. THOMPSON: ST. i i WE DONT i
tural Gas vs. Brooker $395.00 down. Use your car

The "TYPIST" tMirJ i, Starke. boat or furniture for down PHONE 964-4155 ':Sell you we help you buy.'j BigSavings.-. ]

Eliminates! fatigue. Fingertip : Thursday June 13-Lawtey payment. TRAILER MART NIGHT 964.3891 or 969-1022 Good selection of new anoj I

Desk adjustment. All!! I vs. Terrells Gulf at Starke INC. U. S. Hiway 17, Box 468 DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe used 8' and 10' wide Moi GuaranteedUSED

For executive who need nylon bearings. Steel :1 Hampton at East Palatka. EA 8-1050. tfchg i i bile Homes. i
more top spaee. Jener. DECORATOR COlOMtMiif Natural Gas vs. Wire Flowers Anywhere *

('us overhang will comfortably seat 8 to 10 people. Green 0 wrt Sand, Sahara; band back support. One j Brooker Garden Rest. vs. Pine WANTED-Free open listings tfchg :: LAKE GENEVA I MOTORS
Heavy rouge steel linoleum covered Browi or Col Gray. piece base in colors to 'I ; Level at Starke. Independents with good terms. All types. i; : I Ii WITH GUARANTEE
top. !: 1 ml
harmonize : at Brooker.
with Brooker
Center draper pith lock and key.72"w, 36"d. BUXNPROOF TOP "Nauga.hyde" 'I''I'"s.t June 14-Brooker 307. Starke Fla. Phone 468- '1, ES. Apply in person at Garden i i on Route 100 BANK FINANCING -

No..'*.'___2 :ettcr,2 box dowen$186.95 Available! with Celetej Top Bonded upholstery. -S Friday. at Brooker. Garden '_1766. Waldo. Fla. tfchg Restaurant. tfchg{ I tfchfc"I I
foam vs. Hampton :
Ho.4 75.. 1''Itner,.c box drawers 186.95No4 that alcohol cannot stain nor can rubberseat I FOR RENT- Large Kingsley i I I --' i HARTMANN'S
cigarettes ., seat: 1 6W'xl4W'2" vs. Lawtey at Starke Natural : ADMIRAL
*..I,. _..-.-....-._..6 box dro..ers. 192.45 bum -. Add WCI" to I Terrell's Gulf at Lake house. Completely fur- COLOR TV now : FOR SALE I
number.)3.0Odd'l. .2810RS$33.95 Gas vs. $450 with trade at Dahmers j
Starke. nished. Private dock. By weekor Discount House. tfchg I Ready mix concrete, concrete :j 838 N. Temple Ave.

month. Phone 533-2732. bloc: house piers, sand, ce, i i,,

I 3tp 6-7 FOR SALE-2 bedroom house sent, mortar mix rock steel !| tfchg

Bradford Connty'I !elegraph ruE RIGHT POLVT for the I FOR RENT 3 bedroom 2 finnished. 22 x 26 metal bldg. : cyster shiU, liaaerock roo! :-

way you urite. Come in and bath unfurnished house. 535; Suitable for small business."" gravel Kntels. BRADFORD 1 I FOR RENT-one room fur.

select your favorite ESTER- N. Walnut St. Available June Lake Geneva. Hill's Repair"I ENGR. CO. Phone 9642521. nished house. Also one 5

BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH 15. Phone 533-2122. Shop, Keystone Heights. Fla. Starke. tfchg;I room unfurnished house. 308S.

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-;., Sally Ann Epperson, daughter Outstanding: Student _
4' .. ',.ot of Mr. and Mrs. WJ.. This year's valedictorian,, ; t
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".'*. '., ,; Epperson of Starke, will give Miss Epperson, has received a $ __ __ _

p 1. Bradford the valedictory County High address School at College scholarship in to St. Presbyterian Petersburg. ftti X + .. 7i' LTY 1 'P Nr4Th

'commencement exercises, Fri During her high school career .
day night at 8 o'clock if in she served as a class officer
1 Memorial Stadium. for three years, was a _
I The Baccalaureate service member of the Future Teachers 'r

H t for the 120 graduating mem- of America, the Pep Club,
bers of the senior Class was Beta Club, and Spanish Club.
r held Sunday night in the She won the senior class superlative !
tit' auditorium, with Rev. JohnR. of "best all-around,"
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Brabham of the First was a cheerleader for three x

1, Methodist Church, deliveringthe years, a Homecoming football I ] % I L: 4

sermon. sponsor, and FFA chapter d _
Music for the Baccalaureate sweetheart.

: service was provided by the Sharing the commencement
BUS Band and the High speaker's rostrum with the

School Chorus. The invocationwas valedictorian will be two oth- CLASS PROPHECYGood 1963 Senior RosterAllen I
& : 'by Rev. Bob Badgett of er honor students Jimmy

.._ :;...x. ., :.4 the First Christian Church, Fox, and Jack McComb, who I I
and benediction by Rev. Wal- tied for designation as the evening Earth. I chain of Jiffy Stores. But!:
Sally Ann Epperson ton Grady of the First Presbyterian class salutatorian.The is your Dixie-Pixie < Freeman was princi- Benjamin Franklin Edwards, Stephen Craig McComb, Jack Foster Ritch, Bonnie Leota
I Valedictorian i Church. son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Titus, reporting to of the Alma Mater, but
I 1 Everett R. Fox of Keystone: the earth citizens, from : the verge of a mental Allen, Betty Jean Ellis, Joe David McGee, Mary Cornelia Sauls, Burnell

......... ...... Heights, Jimmy earned the I! first class reunion on I he retired.
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". "... .j> ... '.. .If&1! Allen, Eddie David Epperson Sarah Ann
,::\.;.). 9 ,Ii'. .; ....>.T'.11NfSir"ft. '"! <: .' '\, It. senior class superlative of: moon. This is indeed a I The group on the patio, I Mann, Ruth Emily Scott, John Raymond
.j ..' fors., ;:{. "most intellectual. He was a to remember, June 7, is a group of men deep in Alvarez, Richard Daniel Eunice, George Phil Mathews Ann Elizabeth
"I r.i member of the Spanish Club: This should go down in ) Oh! It's Lynwood Searing, Carol Rae

Pep Club, and Dramatics K. Sistrunk's history ; discussing the latest Andrews Thomas Ramon
.. .. : Forsythe, Patricia Emily Melson! William Devon Siemer, Angela Faye
,. .., '.,t.. '. Club. her senior history classes track record. Lynwood
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f, rSk ti -' ; Jack is the son of Mr. and writing this book. now the head Coach at B- Armstrong, Edythe Pauline Fox, James Richard Mercer, Johnny Mac Silcox, Patricia Ann
\ Mrs. J. F. McComb of Starke, Little did we know He has full hope for the
; and recently received an appointment tal day, June 7, 1963 to take the state title Gaskins, Linda Gale Miller, Richard Bradley Sistrunk, Mary Kathryn
to the Air Force was to graduate some of this year, since we mis- Bias, Arlen Lee L .
Academy at Colorado Springs.He most promising students. it by one point his Sen 1 1Blackwell Gay, Geraldine Mizell, Henry Lowell Smith, Alvin Wayne
participated in football, didn't know what they year. He is talking with i Linda Irene
t. S e ,, +4 Glisson, Everette Monroe Moody, Betty Jo Smith James
y.r other Kirby
basketball, and track, and was losing; Jack McComb BHS ex-athletes. ,
I an officer of the Letterman'sClub them, but they didn't see Steve Edwards, Billy Bradley, James Dearl, Goodman Harriet Eloise
Moody\ Carolyn Jean Stalnaker, Wayne W.
this year. He was also Our old classmate Bill Jackson, Marty

,,R M an officer of the Beta Club,f,I now a member of the and Fred Wheeler. Bryan, Sandra Jean Griffis, Jacqueline L. Moore, Robert Charles Starling, James Marshall
and a member of the Spanish j Chief-of-Staff. these men are ac- '

and Science Clubs. As a junior -I It is only proper that businessmen in Starke i I Buby, Thomas Anthony, Griffis Mathew Andy Morgan, Judy Gwenette Tatum, (Charles Wilburn
he attended Boys Statein President Dan Marwick they cpmprise a local .II I -
Tallahassee, and was voted :I should be greeting the called the "Class of 63". Carnes, Larry James Grover, Edward Wilbur Morris, Sylvia Elaine Terrell, Kenneth James
by his fellow classmates as at the door. He is now .they are at the f
"the most likely to succeed."j manager of the Keystone of the league. B. F. ;Christmas, James Edward Haislop, Judy Carol Mott, Joyce Anneta Tetstone, Ancil C.

Dan Dodd, senior class which just opened a is the water boy and I I
Jimmy Fox Jack McComb president, will give the address branch on the moon. I e elected water! boy of the I Coleman. Hazel Ruth. Hall, John McMillan Muir, Margaret\ Frances ThomasVilliam Rowan

of welcome at commencement Outside we see the I by the National Water Hardenbergh Delia Mabel 1
Tied For Salutatorian Association. Cooper, Clarinell Ruth Nipper, Steve William Thornton, Robert James
.. "1 ..,. ;.;: '" and School Superintendent ship from' Lawtey
(; H P. Morgan piloted by one'of earth's Ladies and gentlemen one ['Conner, Vernon i:James Hardin, Sarah Mae Noegel,' Larry Schafer Titus, Thomas-Malcolm ,
the most famous of this
will present the diplomas. The promising pilots, Larry
invocation will be given by es. Arriving with him are has just entered. It is Craft, James Edward: Harley, Thomas Harold Nugent, Paul Clayton Underhill, Velma Louise I
a, I Rev. William Dunagan, and loyal l citizens who | T. R. Andrews, who ,U 4
music will be provided by the 'i stick with Lawtey to the recently responsible for a Crews, LaDell W.' Holt, Sandra Lee O'Erian Patricia Louise Walker, Robert yeazy
I BHS Band and Chorus. Richard Durban, Dearl that will add Keystone
Other class officers include: ley, James Craft, Letha to Bradford County. Crowley, Joan Marie Howard, Alvin Britt Owen, Harry James Walters, Charles Lynwood -

Larry Noegel. vice president; Prevatt, and Alice i Veazy Walker of Key- Cruce, Marie Cathern Hunter, Theron Carl Owen, Joseph William
-' Cookie Mathews, secretary; are now Lawtey's most I is really satisfied with ,
Dee treasurer nent citizens. I He feels .that now the Wells, James Lee
Hardenbergh : William
of and Dally, Mary Ann Jackson Porter Pangborn, Roger Alan
and Phillip Reagan, What is that I Keystone
sergeantatarms.The the stairs? Could it be II can unite. His City Dennis, Henree Lou Johns, Barbara Jo Parker, James Buford Wheeler, Hershel Fred
class flower is red car- and Mrs. Kenneth James ', is composed of Henry/

nation, and the colors are red rell? Why yes it is. I j Dee Hardenbergh, Devrick, Viola Elizabeth 'Johnson, Johnny Percey Parker. Pamala Sue, White, Sherman Lynn
and John McMil-
I'' and white. wonderful how Patty 1 \ Wilkerson Raymond
41 Hall, publicity chairman. .Kaufmann, Lois Jean
Class sponsors are Mrs. gave up a singing 1 Dixon Patrick, Patricia Ann Franklin
Phillip Rodney
Ann Butrick, Bill Costello, C. marry the famous pro now has a grand '
1 .' .* P. Cowen, Richard Jockel, player? I of 5.000 people. Kirchaine, Barbara J. Polk, Olan Wayne Wilkison, Charles Edward
Dodd Dan Marwick
and Walter Sistrunk. There at the foot of I Here comes a fellow mem- .
The Class Motto is "A job i I of the press. It is Harriet I Gary Allen Polk, Ronald Edward Williams Albert Edward
:2 : stairs are Mr. and Mrs. 'Dowling, WilliamMathews ,
: worth doing is worth doing Noegel waiting for the society editor for \ I Lamb, Dawn Doris
:4 1 well." tells: Mrs. Noegel is New York Times. She has Prevatt, Letha Belle Williams, Alethia

In case of rain, commence- the little Noegel's to twirl her the head photograph- Dryden, Henry Allen I Leach, Glenn Carroll

.. ".-, .. ,. ment exercises will be held, in Mr. Noegel says they Jimmy Thornton. Lott, Frances Thelma! Raulerson, Alice Lucinda 'Warren, Sandra Odell
the auditorium. runs'a Harriett and Jimmy are not :Dukes, Jesse C.
learn to sell cars first.
only BHS alumni here in Lyon, Patricia Kay Register, Freeman- III. i
Well, that is a small Durban, Richard Franklin I
York. Sometimes they' .
stacle in a marriage. into Henree Lou Dennis'| I I I I I
Well, all the old is a foreign correspond- '
school romances seem to with the U.N. '
lasted. Here comes Mr. Next we meet Mary Ann :
Mrs. Arlen Bias to join who is now married to i11IIUIH I

married couples. Sally doctor and leads a very I!
I I now busy with being life in her Park Ave- r *a 4.

You have made us HAPPY II! dent of The Starke '! apartment. 111 lilt I! l
i Club but she still has Jimmy Fox is in the process U.
proud.Florida. G god luck. FUTURE I to be a loving wife to I receiving his diploma from i{ { CI Si
II who is now president of I University of Florida with ,
I .
The entertainment here i honorary degree in social-I I II Jj .
LJ. {' night Is really the best I' i ; If I
sible. Singing is none t All of these exotic hairstyles j .rs
0 than the world renown were done by Miss Ger- : f

ford Singers. The i i Gay, who is the beauti
I composed of Jimmy here at the Keystone 4r 1963.
Chuck Moore, and I s I
I Muir. The group recently Who is just entering Why
II I gOing +A
II I ceived a gold record for Edward Christmas, Glenn ,
l and Richard Miller '
j I version of "June is r grads v
Ai Out All Over" in which gentlemen now manage I ;
Muir did the ,vocal. The I{ Jiffy stores for Mr. rThis
Class I rangement was made by I I D i -. 7r""It.- -':
I "
I famous composer, Tom f Well in case of an emer- : 1. -- \ ..
ley, whose summer 'j I see we have a nurse /
of is in Lawtey, I'|' Yes, Sally Hardin is Zby ri.BI
j a nurse at Belleview Hos-
Over in the corner, I I is an important BestWishe
ae where she old class-
group of young women. I i sees ,
1963 girls often. We now see her. milestone.! Keep u
now reside in all [ j ; CLASS OF 63
I 1:
ers of the world but they 1 to David Allen who : c Class of

..:..:::..:.:::.:;.;.:;: ;.';'.:.';'.;:.;;,':;..:;:..;.. '..:;.;..'.;;.;'... have one thing in I won world-fame at the ;1 the good work. ff. bop e till school yea* :
=:a ..:::..::.'.::.:;.;;:..f.:;:.::.:::;::::.;;;::: :" I they are all secretaries. j'. Vernon food Conner service.and Joan dare bell fen and that a J t tItIJld

I I see Linda Blackwell, [ fib mitt you j
II just came in. Joan is
I dy Bryan, Clairnell !
an English teacher at 1963 f
Cathern Cruce Linda and resides at Kingsley
-:: J tins, and
Patsy OUrian. Vernon is another wha:
In the,garden we see i to become a faculty .
Armstrong. Mathew and enjoys the belle Terwillegar i '.

I Pest Control & Chemical and Mr. and Mrs. Steve I I':. of the lounge. He teaches : WELLS
per. It seems that Steve and also lives at the ,
Betty are still trying to .

Gene Long vince Mathew to give up 1 I Now we see Vicki Devrick,, Motors K. G. DUNCAN
National Guard and take famous bio-chemist talking ELECTRIC
I : Company -, married life. Good luck :'' Lois Kaufmann and fnc ,

. the! I
1{ Kirchaine who are' BRADFORD COUNTY'SFORD Your Friendly Store .
TAX ASSESSOR Who is that in back ]I for Walt Disney in .744 N. Thompson St. AGENTSTANDARD
Phone. 964-3965 Starke, Fla. ing gas into Phillip i I j I imagine that is' DEALER
-.- '- Cadillac? Isn't that i Interesting.I I Starke, Florida
Register HI? Freeman Why here comes Anneta; I Starke Florida
pumping gas while Phillip _(Continued on Next Page) j I


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I Last Will And Testament 1963 Senior* : Class of B. H. s.. .. I

We, the Senior Class of b equeath to John Wager all in track to Joe Gardner. I I, RICHARD MIILEIt..being I unstable mind and emotional I corner thumbing to Keystone j but Mr. Sistrunk because he : of luck. body hereby leave Lamar Wil-

1963 being of sane minds, f ulure" science fairs-ESPEC- I, C. J. MOODY, being of of sound mind and tanned 1 distress, do hereby bequeathmy I, JACKIE GRIFFIS, leave is the understanding kind.I. I I, ANGELA SIEMER, hereby I liams my old .locker, No. 105,

and some not-so-sane minds. I ALLY the National Science fairly sound body do hereby I body, hereby bequeath my : broad scope on all social, to Gail Coleman the ability FREEMAN REGISTERIII } leave to any junior the I one pair of tennis shoes and 'j
do hereby leave our Last Will Fair. Good luck, John! bequeath my enthusiasm in April 15 through May 25 vacation economical and political issues to learn everything that is to being of sound but tired j ability to go to the State Prison one straw hat.I .

and Testament. I, DAWN LAMB, being of sports to one Sharon"Stearn, I! spot on'Daytona Beach|I I to Mr. C. P. in hopes I''be learned. I jI mind and body hereby leaveto j to pick up a pig for Tornado : SALLY EPPERSON being -

To Mr. Casey, our sponsors i Sand ound! mind and body do bequeath 'I j j who has shown a great need I to anyone who can afford to; that it might inspire him in P A-SILCOX, leave I John Williams more head- j Whirl and not get of sound mind and body

a{ our teachers, we leave I [ to anyone the ability for It. May it profit you more flunk everything the last six :: his future undertakings as B.I nothing to anyone as I will aches than he or anyone else "J caught. ii i I do hereby leave Arlen Bias'

l our appreciation and thanks j t o do homework the period'efore ''!; than it has me. weeks. I H.S-'s professor of the future need it all in the future.I can ever realize. I also leaveto |:i I, THE RON "TURTLE"' driveway to Marcia Whittlein
I for everything that they have t> it is due. j I I, LARRY NOEGEL, being; I, EDYTHE PAULINE I, MARY KATHRYN SIS- DAVID ALLEN, being Of;: next year's Drum Major I:: HUNTER, being of sound I hopes that she will make

done. I, GERALDINE GAY. leave j I of very sound mind.and body, : ARMSTRONG, being of.ques.j TRUNK, being -ofsound sound mind and body;do leave j the opportunity to fall down mind and hardshell body, I Ij good use of it!

To our parents, we leave t,o any junior girl my ability j do hereby leave to Tom Moore ; tionably sound mind and body :;I mind and body do here- my good attendance record to and bust his backside at every i leave my faithful name Tur- I, THOMAS BUSY being ofsound

I with the knowledge that whatever and nerve to have a date | the ability to sneak out and : after making it through twelve I by bequeath my firm' Tommy McLendon. | half-time show. To Marg, I tie, to Jimmy Lee. mind and body. plead

we make of ourselves, it vith a freshman and to enjoy)I It get caught. ; years of school, do leave to I faith in and knowledge of the j i I, LINDA BLACKWELIv leave those drums.I I i I, BURNELL SAULS, being with Mr. Davis to take Rich-

would never have been poet MORE than I would have'l I, DEE HARDENBERGH,: Linda Crews and Linda Bishop New Constitution to Don !i leave to some lucky junior j PATSY crazy O'BRIAN beingof ;'of sound mind and of good I ard Wainwright, Herbert Sellers -

t sible without their guidance, iI it had been a date do hereby leave my "position"{I the "moon lite nights" on I Brandes with the hope thatit girl the honor of being a sound mind do hereby ; heart, leave all the school to i and Miss Bonnie Thorn-
understanding, support and jpper-classman. I as treasurer of the Senior Kingsley Lake to and I Ii will prove as a surprising I member of the Queen's Court.I I I ] .
fellow class mates. The
I I, LYNWOOD WALTERS, Class to who is fool- else thinkof. the j JOHNNY JOHNSON do leave to Ruth Wright my ability my ton.I
t love. We also leave our thanks anyone I i i anything they can success to him as original | smoking area I leave to Ii PATTY KAY LYON. beingof
for everything they have givento being of sound body and mind, ish enough to run for the of- Good-bye old B.H.s.I United States Constitution I hereby bequeath to my loyal for "matchmaking" in mind after five
iMarklee. M smooching unsound
us, knowing that the pnly extend whole hearted wishes fice. I also wish to leave my I II CATHERN CRUCE, leave was to the Imperialists of the I friend, Harold Bishop, my the hope that she can do a y months of sneaking out, do
ground I leave to Marklee and j ji
way they can be repaid is by :to the 1963-64 Bradford High three periods with :Mr. Cowea i my ability to chew, gum in Old World. I also bequeath S lace-trimmed corset so that :! better job than I did.I I hereby bequeath to Bobbie
becoming adults they will be track team in hopes they to Reba Hall, as she thinkshe I I Mrs. Winkler's English classto that famous "crip" course he too can have a lovely : MAC HALL, being of ; Kitty. All my chewing gum,I Ii
friendi Faye Smith outstanding
I leave to dear my
proud of. shall be declared State Cham-i is such a great guy. I all the coming 1963-64 se- Comparative Government [ figure. : sound mind and decrepit j my i ability to be uncontrollablysick

c To the Juniors, we leave the pions. I hereby bequeath my I I, JUDY MORGAN, leave' niors. AD., to all Juniors with the I, JUDY HAISLOP. hereby, body do hereby leave to Herb i George.I on the Senior class trip.I .
joys and sorrows of being Se- fiberglass pole in track to anyone this thought to tne juniors: I' I, CHUCK MOORE, leave to firm hope and expectation, leave to Mary Louise McGee i Nelson my mild manners and I GLENDA CHESSER,here-I SANDRA JEAN BRYAN
niors. Like minute of it I able to tame it, in hopes "the toughest thing about: Mr. Cowen the foresight to that they will not find j next years P.AD. class, if she : calm soothing way of speak- ''I by leave to Patsy
every I being of. sound mind do here
because it is over too soon. We it will "bend" the future. success is that you have to let his students out for lunch "thinking" and "working" as can obtain an "A" average. j ing.I. j I ability to chew gum in class\ by will Voncille Williamsonmy

also leave Bill's Tuck's and Bradford High School, you keep on being a success." on time.I I new, different and hard as I I, BETTY JO MOODY, being j I SYLVIA MORRIS, beingof | without getting caught. ''\ place in the lunch line so
meant a lot to me, remain I COOKIE MATHEWS being CORNELIA McGEE Seniors i I, STEVE NIPPER, being'
the bowling alley, knowingyou have MARY we, the graduating of sound mind, at this unsound mind do hereby Mr. Cowen won't kick her out
will take good care of only the "best". I of sound mind and body, do hereby leave to June found it. time, do hereby leave to Pat. leave my sign snatching abil-. of sound mind and body, do;j next year, I hope.I .
them; the new student gov- I. :MARY ANN DALLY, do I do hereby leave to Harriet Brown "Uncle Townsend" and I, SALLY HARDIN beingof Cowart my ability to hang. ity to Leslie Jackson. I hereby bequeath to my brothI -I
ernment with the hope you hereby leave to Richard Hobbs Harper a mess. I leave her a "Uncle Woody" and I will be sound mind and able body, out the windows in typing I, MATHEW GRIFFIS, being -I I er Richard and Shirley Ann TOMMY ANDREWS, do
third period study hall in hopes bottle of aspirins and the position back to check on,you. leave MERRILY! class and wave at everyone! confused in mind and i Testone my car to date in. I hereby relinquish my paltry

will use and develop it fully that he will drop in more of head majorette, also, I, JOHNNY MERCER, being I, JOHNNY SCOTT, beingof and get away with it, some-; nature leave to the junior j I, SANDRA LEE HOLT, being position in this so-called institution -
and all the senior priv-
many often than I did. I the ability to catch her boyfriend of sound mind, leave my sound mind and body, bequeath times. i class one [tl] English teacher, of sound mind do hereby of higher learning
ileges that we never got. I, LYNN WHITE, leave my '' sneaking out as I did.I ability to get along with Mrs. first chair trumpet to I, GLENN LEACH, of sound,. Mrs. Winkler. will to Linda Kay White-I. and graciously bow out.

To the Sophomores, we philosophy of Life to any I'I' JACK McCOMB, being of Winkler to any junior who I Jimmy Lawson.I but groggy mind, do hereby i i I, LETHA PREVATT. leaveI head any of my abilities, if In witness whereof we, th?
leave the title of Juniors
new junior who will accept it. sound mind and body, do can get along with her. BONNIE LEOTA RITCH, leave a forgotten fifth to Jim- I to anyone my ability to i, she can find out what they officers of the class of 1963,
the love of next year's Seniors I, MARGARET MUIR, do I I leave, before it is too late. I, CLAIRNELL COOPER,I hereby leave to Diane Wynn I my Newman, in locker No. 18,. laugh to anyone who needs it. have hereunto subscribed our

Prom.and the fun of putting on the hereby leave my father to I I, JOAN CROWLEY, beingof I leave my ability to work oni I the front steps of the audi if he can get to it before the I I, WAYNE STALNAKER are.I, BILL JACKSON, beingof names at BUS. on May 27,

work the physics problems to sound mind, bequeath to i the same DCT job for two. torium providing she takes faculty does! : leave the Starke F.F.A. Chapter sound mind and stout body, 1063.
the Freshmen leave
To ,
we next year's physics class, until I the entire Junior Class my { years to Linda Sanders. Good good care of them. I, PAMALA SUE PARKER I in the hands of Mike do hereby bequeath to Mike President-Dan M. Dodd.
the ability to plan ahead for
the time comes when I'll need ability to do the right thingat ''i luck, Being on sound mind and I being of unsound mind do, Maruca and Wayne Hersey. Waters the nickname of Vice President-Larry Noe-
class with the hope
your trip than him to do my work in college. the wrong time and the I, VERNON CONNER, being in good health, I, ROWAN: hereby will to any unsound! I hope that both of you will I "Bubbles" in hopes that he gel ,
will do better job .I
you did.I a I, JAMES KIRBY SMITH, wrong thing at the right time,I of sound mind and aware THOMAS II, do will Tom' student of next year's senior I keep the F.F.A. banner flying, can live it down.I Secretary-Cookie Mathew

f we being of sound mind and body, I with the hopes that they ma y of football players weaknesses Gardner fifty pounds of my class my ability to not get i and advance the Starke Chap EDWARD CHRISTMAS, bergh.
VICKI DEVRICK, beingof do hereby leave the ability to! use it as well as I have in the: do leave the upstairs "C"1 weight and my spot on the along with any of my teachers ter. I wish you both the best being of sound mind and Treasurer Dee flardenCharley -
unsound mind, do hereby I
get four junior varsity letters I past. Building bathroom to the. -- -- I .
I I members of the 1964 Varsity I 1 "

I Football Team.I I II

: leave my ability to be quiet
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fB to Carol Gladieux.
; 7H I ".?f SSWyWww
i I, ANNETA MOTT, leave I 1963f

GRADUATES by ability to pop gum to Von-
cille Williamson.

: I, J. C. DUKES, leave to

OF1963 : Kay Garbett all of my undone ,
$ ... ..
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( ;. work. Also, I am leaving ::::::::.:;:::::: :::::. :::.::::::.: ;:;::. v

Kay the dear beloved Mr. Sis- /-titt; :\\W t$ itl M,, fit: h.
C J trunk and the right to be insulted -, 1' .l "-.*::W:::: :: ::tJ-"" ..:.;t ;:.'
: in his class.i !tt'.i::::::::i:::;: ;:: )'oI :::: .
L i HARRIET GOODMAN'I : 'f .:..:....:.:.:.;.t...:..:..$....$..:.:"" ( :"':;";"\....,..

A 1 do hereby leave to I winAifnCfwfi& .,. -'" {.

(1 S : Whitehead, Linda Huggins, .. tC1t 8
t I Lucian Prevatt and Linda Y

S d M : Bishop the "Daily Lunch I ; 1 the fut.ure' :

; Room" and only hope they'll I Our
b1963 have
y ; be able to help control the I ? yOU

CLASS OF w population explosion which 1 1I "h cg x' best wshss J ,.
will probably want to eat
1963Lacy lunch there. I 1T1 /

...., ; I, STEVE EDWARDS, being -i .J. :."",. .,-
BEST WISHES .. ;,-<<, ,.. .' '
1! of sound mind and body': .. -' -- --
oF : [I think] leave two words to FOR ALL THE ..;:.. 4'r pt4.t

;: ; Iii ,,, good old B.H.S.-"GO LIBERAL -'I rag + frig vc: t%
i !!." i iI YEARS AHEAD

i I, HENRY DRYDEN do I, : 6
GRADUATESStump's : -
hereby leave my silver-plated I II -.---
:ill. .-
I cleat wrench, four pairs of I Class of -

white football shoe laces, a .
zinc-plated water pail, and a i $ % 4; -,,'

full bottle of moisture-proof I
F.ffig.fi; ;: i
., :
"." "' O.r.nii salt tablets and "bear" pills, Pll
: : ( 1963
1963 to Henry Thornton in hopeshe I nrtl la

;';g i: == ly. will discard them prompt- i

being of questionable mind, do II GLAMO-REE BRADFORD
STATION hereby bequeath to Suzanne j:

HARDWAREPhone Randal F. Chitty Judd Starke, B.H.s. and the STYLIST ABSTRACT

Greyhound Bus Station Keystone Road in the hope',
that she'll make good use ofi; COMPANYPhone

9G4-5311 Phone 964-4031:) MAYOROF them. I am sure she wilL I i 353 N. Temple Ave. E Johns Agency

I, JIMMY THORNTON, be-! Dept. StoreStarke
M. L. Proctor, Jr. 661 N. Temple Ave. ing of sound mind and body ; Phone 964-8341 964-6881 i

Owner Starke, Florida STARKE [?] do hereby bequeath all i Starke, Florida Starke, Florida ::'-, GENERAL INSURANCEestWishesf
of my abilities to any junior!: Florida
: who can find them. i i iI

i i I ,I I I, JIMMY FOX, being ofj j j'' j i j

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t but as Huxley sai
I Ii.ladder was never meant to rest up r + _
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R t: on." I f ""A".: i'. Grads 1963j, .; :x:3:.; I

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'z t.W ;. saying thank you" z
albw :
x for the fine 'example .t. k
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( -'fs tf set by you and your r '
Make the future = ,'T'.
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c. We salute y_ j ABest
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your fine <.'J
it to be. "

r achievementWELL ,. > 0

DONE. "--,.. ._ .
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Communityof State Bank Gilbert S. Brown
Insurance Agency of EverythingFrom

"Your Mutual l Agent" Denmark Furniture CompanyOF STANDARD

:drke SERVICE STATION 367 N. Temple Ave.

218 N. Temple Ave.
'..,-, Phone 964-0681 .
Starke Florida Phone 964.4501 STARKE Phone 964-7071 -
:MEMBER F. D. I. C. l u ,Starke, FIa. 434-446 West Call St. Phone 964-4321 Starke, Florida .

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THURSDAY. JUNE 6, 1963 '
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CLASS PROPHECY spring.I see that Alvin Howard has .n,4 ; 4t, fC Summer Home-Ec struction in food preparation,

I according to Mrs. Gibson.The .
been given an award for grow- Program Offered
ing the best strawberrry crop Summer program does
(Continued from Page 1, Second Section S i
) of the year. Bradford Countyis At High SchoolGirls not grant a credit in home

Mott Sylvia Morris Judy Morgan a diver at Marineland. I'm indeed proud of farmers t economics. It does however
such as Alvin. who have completed ; provide orientation in a required -
Betty Jo Moody, Sandra I sure that this is quite fascinating. i I ,
We find that Carolyn Jean the eighth grade and those in I subject for all girls,
Holt, Jackie Griffis, .
cornelia.j Moody is still trying to get grades 9-12 who have not i Mrs. Gibson stat.ed.JJliJ .
McGee and Francis Phil Eunice now runs the '
,of these women it seems,j Sinclair station in Lawtey and Mrs. Mitchell to pass her as a' :previously enrolled in Home I
Economics invited to
have married and have ; P. ,E. assistant so that she are reg-
now I hopes to run for sheriff next ; ister for the course in the
families of their own. Most of ;, i election. We hear that Everett I may graduate this year.I '. ;" :L, .
summer enrichment
these people now live in i i Glisson and Wilbur Grover i hear that Henry Mizell, '#0" ',." i' .' program

Bradford or Union County. I'j' now are co-managers of a! Paul Nugent. Jimmy Owen, 'Ii' ,.. < I according to Mrs. Maxine

also see Judy Haislop a beau I meat market. It is really nice and Billy Owen have formeda j 4 ( fI t3i 3 I Gibson home econmics instructor -

tician in Lake Butler. She to be sure that your meat is )I loafers society which play I .. i t :. at Bradford High

also has changed the Miss to I top value. J poker and loaf most of the I, 'f' .1 ( j: School.
time. jt [ I The summer home-ec program -
That's life! Buford
Mrs.I I Well. Theron Hunter seems : ;, r: !!<': Il.
Parker wants to join but I'm "i- I at BHS will include instruction Sr
see Wayne Stalnaker in to have succeeded as a guide I ..",
his forestry uniform. He now I for a touring company. I not sure they'll let him in. j I I r ti'. t /4 ( t'::-'''!lMtl2'.kYi. '*i6i '-- m i 9 JJttliftU? *: _. ftiKSam i in sewing clothing
I selection
guards the woods of Bradford I didn't think he got Roger Pangborn is now the I J grooming, home

County.I I over that Class Trip.ever I hear head electrician at G. E. He i! Beta Club Initiates New Members ; I improvements, preparationand
still drives serving of summer foods.
see Billy Melson, Sonny that Johnny Johnson drivesone a red Corvair.
Te tone, Charles Wilkerson, Olan and Wayne Polk are etiquette and other areas! of
of his busses.I I The Bradford High School! nine challenges of
j character ton Judy
McRae Miller
and Raymond Wilkersou. It co-owners of a truck stop. i Phyllis -j:!I Thompson, John Wager, John interest to the teen-age girl,
seems to me that I read recently really am glad that Gary They hope business will pick up auditorium was the setting;i which he said should be car- ]I[i Marla Moore, Kathy My- .i Williams, Ruth Wright, Dianne Mrs. Gibson says.

I Kouba manages the Jackson- when they build a new super. for an impressive initiation i ried with them throughout.i rick, Eddie Noegel, Elaine I Wynn, Nancy Zacek, Morning classes beginningat
where they purchased a ville Suns now. It seems that ceremony Monday night. May life. Wanda
Elaine GilhOOly, Reba HalL
sonic airstrip in New River. I I 8:30: are planned to pro-
and garage do to quite repair a good space business.ships I' they really have come up Pat Patrick and Bonnie.: Beta 27, when Club new members inducted of into;The I As each new Beta Club Peggy Seimer, Peggy Shan- I I Besides Walters and Regist- vide instruction for students

lately. :' were member was called to the barger, Mike Sistrunk, Elaine | er, other
Ritch {j participating senior who have had
Also in Starke there is anew Ruth Mann and Velma Underhill now run a store called the organization. I no previous instruction -
stage he or she was presented Strickland Vickie S truth .
: members were: Stephen Edwards -
beautician school which 1 "Pat & Bonnie's. | in home-making.
I now rim a successful i I' The Beta Club is an honor';; with a certificate of member- Glenda Wade, Dee Walters, Dee Hardenbergh, and
is run by some of our old drive-in in Lawtey. Here comes Johnny Scott, society organized to Promote j I Afternoon classes are scheduled
classmates. I believe they are I the famous trumpet star who: the qualities of leadership, a ; ship membership card, a Beta Jeff Warren Margaret Pater. Joan Crowley. for advanced students.
Johnny Mercer is a prison I .I sticker, and the official club Junior inductees included:
II The Beta Club
I just appeared at Castro's in- is sponsoredby Both beginners and advanced
Barbara Johns, Dawn Lamb, chievement and citizenship
,guard at Raiford. He guards j I : !i pin The ceremony was closed David Blaisdell. Bollinger
Mary Miss .
augural ball which celebratedCUba's I Rosenberg.Restaurant students will be inSincere
Pail Parker, Angela Seimer, 1! ; among high school students. given -
Henry Mizell who is in for
the inductees the
first free election.Ha j by repeating Hazel Cogdill, Sharon
Pat Silcox and Sandra War The opened j
being an ardent segregation-i j I program was I .
[ Ha!] club plooo-e Deale Eugenia Ekard, Tom
by Miss Della the !
ren.I i4, along with Wayne Smith) is1 I Rosenberg Sophomore inductees Gardner, Juanita Griffis, In- i
I see that Carol Searing club I were:
see Patsy Forsythe is now : sponsor, and Freeman
Rowan Thomas and Charles now secretary to the Gover- I i Jane Adams Sue Ballad.I ger Hansen, Harley Hartley, :
the Secretary at BHS. She often {Register, Student Council ;
Tatum. nor. I I j j i: Mickey Dansby, Becky Dmi Marcia H a y n e s, Richard:
president introduced the guest
sees Phillip Dixon, the art i '
instructor La Dell Crews the Jim Wells is a seal hunter in Burnell Sauls is manager of speaker, Mrs. Evelyn Haney,1! kins, Frank Gomez, Phyllis Hobbs, Ernest Jenkins Suzanne : I ni

industrial arts teacher, and Alaska for Association.We the National. Seal Pyrofax Gas in Starke. He I i an English and Latin instruc- I[! Haddock, Linda Hagar, Mark: Judd, Jerome Kelley,

Daniel Alvarez who is the Trainers finally.gained control after 11 j tor at BHS Lynwood Walters Hamilton, Janet Hardy, Wil- i j I Barbara McKinney Mike Ma- :

dean of students.We find that Lynn White hard years. I read last week in I presented to the inductees; liam Harrell. Linda Kay Hol-,',, ruca, Andy Strickland. Donald,,
has been successful in findinga The Telegraph that Albert r IT
find that J. C- Dukes I
cure for that dreaded disease Williams is now managing the Summer Typing j i
has deserted Starke and is the I crI ,
"spring fever." He believesif farmers market and that Summer Set
band director at Palatka. Too you have "spring fever" Thomas Buby is going in as Swimming Program Offered For j ,.- -4

bad.I 12 months a year, it elimi- as his partner. High School I
hear that Joe Ellis is now the, Well, I that all the i
nates "spring fever" in guess
For 6-Weeks Starting June 17 j
I, I High school students in

I Bradford County may take ,

I Ii i Every student in Bradford I gin instruction July 8. first or second year typing I ( iYMGrads Class of
this for credit if they
County who so desires will Swimming Director JamesL. summer I
be given a chance to learn to Temple states that every wish according to an announcement I i Jt'
from Bradford'
'p1963U4Yo1rv ;SWim this summer when possible safety precautionwill i. !! I 1963
this week.
Bradford School's High
High annual be taken."Although !
Students taking typing for : .
we're swimming program goes teaching per- 1963 I
PROUD credit will be to attend :
required :
i, into a six-week session June sonnel is limited, all students
ILa classes four hours day!
4 a ?
: to
17. will have an opportunity
of Monday through Thursday ;: 1963i
you : In order to accomodate the learn to swim" Temple an I ; -
but non-credit and'!
majority of students regis- nounced. "Our safety record students I i I ,
1963GRADSSam : tered for instructional swim- has been perfect. We want to eight and ninth graders will !
be asked to attend I Grads
q .r i {ftnSng classes two periods keep it that way," he said. on two i
hours per day. There will also !
I'Por this have ..
: daily have been scheduled, reason we
I be a small fee for supplies I ''Y'
: According to Summer Program scheduled some of the students t
@ to come into the pro- and books. I best
I Coordinator L. H. Gib
.. n J Besr First meeting of the class I
son. The first period [desig- on a staggered basis."
av gram wishes. Good
is scheduled for 8:30: a. m. !
nated as Shift One] will include According to Coordinator
June 10 in Room C-9 at BHS. '
DOh@ Wishes I luck to all.
It the Brooker Junior High Gibson, eligible students include I
Last day of classes will be
: I
\ School, Hampton Elementary those who have com-
August 8. =
,, School Lawtey Junior High pleted one year in the pub- I II ?

.... School and the Southside lic schools through those who I II 4''
class '.. i Elementary School. Students will be in grade 12 during the I Starke Builders'Supplies
; 1963-64 school ,term. Parents I
\ from these schools will arrange 1I
F J4: t'1 ti \ of II I I4i with their principalsUuotrivtrAt have also been invited to assist 1I I I I Inc.

t3r I I :the.'I\I Kingsley with instruction in the i .,, ...
1 f' -r-'- "r J. R. KELLYYour
1 Lake facilities by 8:30 a. m- program. .
\ Grde Carl Johns, PresidentAt
Students registered for
v wr I
Shift Two will leave the II II S. A. L. Depot Tax T

r ; Bradford County High School I
,T bus area at 9:30: a. m. Beginning I I Phone 964-4201 Collector **
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... 'I I swimmers will be given I
a priority in attending the I I Starke, Florida Bradford County
b.h.Jt I ,
: classes which will begin June .. .. ., r I
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.xI e .t1J ; 1 17 for students in grades one, ".':.":. j I j-

t Lff !i i two, and three. Instruction .

.'. i I for students in grade four ar
; iI I I will begin June 24, grades I II

five and six will begin July

Peyton Florist I: 1, and high school students

North Florida 1! and late registrants will be- I II

Lumber I
Rosenberg 119 S. Thompson St. guest have arrived and I must I,
N say that I feel that the Class
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1V V V VVVVVVTVyyyVyyyF1 ,, o Donald Bennett Harold Eunice/and other rel'i j Bradford County Florida, to.tatty .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. W. p.r'':'rt-.i. I children of Clearwater. Mrs. i Mr. and Mrs. .... d' .a.
Markey Wednesday" afternoon. t, .. Four Seniors Given Billie Rhoden of Clearwateris : and children. I atives. Commence- at the Jfortkeast

I Miss Sue 'McDavid, and Mr. <.:'1'i \ spending the week with her Mrs. Hattie Darley, Miss I II Visiting Mr. and Mr$. Carl Corner XE'i Ot Section 3TownSmatf
.: South, 21
and Mrs. Salty Langford were ; .... mother.Mr. I Sinna Prescott, and Mrs. i iI Prevatt over the week ?.d I E.. run west" 2ft( feet on North

in Albany Ga. .Friday to ';>' (. ..;. ., Awards And Scholarships Ii",: v and Mrs. Ralph Wise I Hiram Bennett and children were Mrs.. Gar l\\ D&rman,j. line or.Section 3,. for a taint
By Shirley Green I '! L'L'a I of
beginning theit continueS
Sunday to participatein; hors ,I and sons and Miss Janet were in Daytona Beach Wednesday :I Mrs. Levy Peaty.-and Mr.. and I i fVegt>'on' said North e Line of

Phone 2281tAAAlAAAAAAAA.AAAAAA.AAj shows. . i .,>3. Brown spent Sunday in i where they attendedthe Mrs. Carl Peaty and children Section 2 Township 6 South.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack ,Simmons ":, 1' Gainesville where they visited graduation of Jimmie i I of Ocoee. Range. South 21 East: 210, fut 210, thence feetthence

of .Gainesville were'-. visiting Rev. L. T. Howe and family Bennett from Mainland High East 210 -r et. thence North
Mrs. A. H. Ophelia I Jimmie is the of BOATDRAIN BAPTIST 219 feet to'point of beginning
Hall of Jacksonville Mrs Moore. Sunday and attended the Church Sshool. son I I CHURCH and lyinfc-'in XE\i of KE>4
was the Tuesday night i afternoon. I where he is pastor.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett I of Section 2 Township IiI
guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. 1\Irt and Mrs. Arthur Kelley and Mrs. George Fleur- Jr. i I Sunday School.. 10.ft.. A. I t. South.'= Range 21 East and aU)
I I Morning Worship, 11m.. South of'CI'Unt1 Graded Road
Dyal.Mr. and family of Sarasota and !j ': ry and sons of Winchester, :I, Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett I I and containing one-acre. more
and Mrs. Loyd Wood Mr. and.Mrs.-L. C. Kelley and ',j: Va. attended the Methodist I of the State Farm were visiting I Training Union 6:38: p. m. :, or Ie. I to<< the Final I1tcree
were weekend guests of A-lc1 i sons of Waldo" were Wednes-! Church Sunday morning. .| the Darley-Bennett fami Evening Worship, 7:30: 1'. m. f of; Fore osur'l: entered in a .:age

and Mrs. Creig Wood and son I day guests of Mr. and Mrs.1 They were enroute home after : ly Saturday.Mrs. ,I Prayer Meetings. ,Wednesday. .. ;pending in, said Court the style

in Albany Ga. Airman Wood I Ij L. L. Dyal: I visiting relatives in South Micky Green and I 7:30 p. m.OTIt'F ,. :Inc of wth;''3 "Fl|-Mid-State.tlda. corporationPlaintt Homes,

became Airman First Class I Mrs. Mary :Schulmerich;; of : -.. '. Florida. daughter of Winslow, Ark. are f f; !. .f.- 5v Efisio Coian:&. Jr
j FORECLOSCRK : nd. BeTnSSei3 his
:\ OF *> ana wife.
when he received his third l Miami is visiting her daughter -i I Jack Brassel of the Navy spending the week with her SALE IIT CLERK OF Defendants: ."and the docket

stripe in a ceremony at Tur- Mrs. E: Kleinman, for' McCombFour Walters spent the weekend here with,1 brother-in-law and sister, Mr. cuicriT cornr' number of, which is No. 18211VITXEISS ::

ner AFB, Ga., Saturday morn- I several weeks. S his family. i j. and Mrs. Bradley Norton and XOTICE IS HEREBYCCENthat 'my hand and tha
i the undersigned. CharlesA. official: seal! of said Court, thiiSOih
ing, June 1. I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott of Bradford High f College in Greenville S. C. i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dorko her mother. Mrs. Selma Eunice Darby, Clerk of the Circuit I.(:: dsaMay; 1963.ckiJILCS .

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ed- I and sons visited her mother ,.School's 118 .graduating sen- for his pole vaulting ability. I Mrs. Mae Wells, and Mrs.: A. j j jI and other relatives. Mrs. 'I Court ida, will of Bradford on the County llth day, Flora tit: .. IXXRHYCL

) wards attended the annual I Mrs. Brook Perryman, in t iors have especially distinguished Walters began vaulting in :, H. Harley visited W. H. Biggs i!i Emma DeLoach of Jackson-i f June 1963! during the l 1 I, ;.. RK: CIRCUIT COURT
door .. N. Carter
i i3 J'ii.t1et
Edwards Building Supply din- Gainesville Sunday. They also themselves and their the seventh grade and by the ,I in Georgetown Sunday. Mr.;': villa was visiting the Nortons hours of sale, at the main ; ". 1.-__Deputy'i'Cterk.
: of the Court House Of Bradford
ner at the Holiday Inn at visited her grandmother Airs. I class by receiving awards time he was in the eighth : Biggs is a brother of Mrs. Saturday. County Florida, in' the I seal .It!

Gainesville Thursday night. I Lula Bennett in Alachua j and college scholarships. cleared 11 feet, 6 inches, Wells and Mrs. Harley. Jimmie Eunice of Atlanta, City of Starke. Florida ..offer ,lrary.M(;: II'tbs '? S TAttornerfer .
and sell ; i. for sale at" public".put-
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Mc-! General Hospital. One of them is a BHS Honor high enough to have placedin 11 Mrs. L. E. Frogge and chili I i( Ga. was the weekend visitor I cry to the "highest" and best "t Ill: Jackson Street ,

David Don and Brenda, were Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs. Student or CoSalutatorian the state meet, though he dren were weekend visitors of of his parents Mr. and Mrs. bidder for cash the- following Tampa 2, Florida,
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in Albany, Ga. Saturday and Mary Green, and Mrs. H. O. was ineligible that year. described property sitpatedin:;: \ ', ?
Jack McComb, who because I' ,
Sunday attending horse Brown attended church serv- Walters hampered by a severely .
of his high academic ,:, '.- ". ; ... ". ..
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shows. 'Wqfr'4pl. ices at New Hope Church pulled thigh muscle '
achievements! has won an ap- : < .
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Mrs. Dave Green was the Sunday.Mrs. pointment to the Air Force this year, had consistently 5. ( ( "
weekend guest of Mr. and Ross Allen of Ocala jumped 13 feet [his high is
Academy in Colorado Springs,
:Mrs. Alex Williams and son purchased a horse from A. 13' 1"] in his junior year.
I Colo. his four rpIY
at White Sand Lake near F. McDavid Wednesday.Mr. years This outstanding senior who I
in high school at BHS McComb -
Keystone Heights. and Mrs. Morris Dyalof Coach David Hurse says is t

Mrs. W. H. Sorrells and Delray Beach are visiting ;: compiled 3.62 honor "One of the finest boys I've i.i
point average was a leader in BfST WInE ; j jR
daughter of Jacksonville were friends and relatives for sev- 8t ever had the pleasure ofcoaching" S
udent activities, and bet- I
the Tuesday and Wednesday eral weeks. is also an outstanding -
tered two years at tackle on '
guests of her parents Mr. The Brooker Men's Softball student academically -
the Tornado football squad.He t CLASS1963
and Mrs. L. L. Dyal. Team defeated Garden i I
Mr. and Mrs. Desso Hersey Restaurant 17-16 in Starke also scored 483, of a Another BHS senior, a ,

find daughter of Waycross, Tuesday night. Terrell's Gulf possible 499, on the Senior girl this time was honored I s ,
Ga were weekend guests of defeated Brooker 22-13 Placement Test which greatly at an assembly of the senior 1

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goss and Thursday night in Brooker. facilitated his appointment.Two class last week for her science !- [

Mrs. Rosa Drawdy. Surprise Birthday Parties other seniors won ath- project entered in the i ;mss .

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinneyof :Mrs. Nora Sapp gave a,i I letic scholarships in basketball State Science Fair. Vicki Dev- \
Gainesville and Mrs. R. surprise birthday party I and track, unusual in I erick, who has won entrance' S

K. Dukes of Lake Butler were Thursday afternoon for Mrs. that most BHS athletic scholarship Moore to the State Science Fair for : ,

1 winners are in foot- I the third straight year was. :,iWe c2&J7flrF&

'! Moore scored a season totalof awarded $30 in cash and a !!

I ball.Cage Captain Chuck Moore 301 points, second only to I certificate from the Florida !: i

: of Lawtey has been awarded center John Williams' 331. Heart Association for her

THE FUTUResIN : a full scholarship to Lake Lynwood Walters, vice- project "Chemistry and Physiology -I '

i j City Junior College for his, president of the BHS student of Muscle Contrac- I I *$ E

YOUR i fl eUar' play on the courts body and captain of the tion." Vicki also placed first I

during the 1963 season. Play- track team, has been awarded in the senior division of the

Hands I,I lug forward and guard I a $500 scholarship to Furman State Fair this year. I :' ?ROUP

H i 1, i II i I WE WISH YOU I', : '

Mae Mott at Mrs. Mott's Diddle! Diddle-Cat! Billy The cast included the following -'

: home Those attending were Bigham; Fiddle, Miriam Pad-j Mrs. Blair, Libby: EVERY HAPPINESSAND May you use your knowledge

llI Mrs. Verlie Johns Mrs. Rosa gett; Cow, Judy Bass; Dog Tetstone; Mr. Blair, Cecil

j Kelley, Mrs. Mattie Sowell, Larry Hicks; Dish, Bob Dyal; I Stalnaker; Mrs. Cornell, Bar- SUCCESS hope you wisely, realizing $jtt one

: Mrs. H. O. Brown, Mrs. Mat- and .Spoon, Terry Jo Lang- bara Jo Parrish; Sheriff '
t : tie Barry, and Mrs. J. T. Bass. ford; Mary Had A Little I, Luke, Phil Gainey; Laura, FOR THE FUTURE will always never sops} leamms 3 : Good

: Mrs. Mott received many Lamb, Mary Natalie Sue Douglas; Patricia, Ar- : find j.

I J lovely gifts. sail; Lamb, Dwight QUICk-I lene Register; Kristie Hilda success. luck io you mid Vo/jr .Class. .

1 Mrs. Ernestine Dukes and Little Jack Horner, Robin Harrell; Tony Kenneth Ha- ; *,?

w Pvt. Kenneth Russ were given Parrish; Little Bo-Peep, Natalie I gar; Billy, Pat Castlen; Tom- : i i
I i '
1 I a surprise birthday supper I Quicksall; .Lambs, Betty I my, Larry Parrish; Happy'man CanovaPharmacy : :
'Thursday night at the homeof iSue! Parrish and Dwight [ in the moon]. Jimmy' ,
I their parents, Mr. and Green; Humpty Dumpty, Terry Temple; Jonesagog, James X".H P"MORGMi

CLASS I Mrs. Ernest Russ. Barbecued I Roberts; Three Little Kittens Mott; Smithagog Gene Mel- :, : .1 :

i chicken, steak, birthday cake, I Mother Kitten Freda vin; Junemoon, Ramona Har- Colonial Florist ..i ,
OF and homemade ice cream Clark; Kittens, Billy Bigham, I rell; Fireflies, Carol Gainey; : j '. .:

I I were served. Cherie Hinton, and Patricia : Rosalee Parrish, and Dottie Superintendent :of _Public:Instruction[
i Pvt. Kenneth Russ returned Tetstone. Larie Temple closed Sue Kelley. .

.: :J, I to Ft. Gordon, Ga. Friday the Operetta singing "Rock- I Starke, Florida ". 'Bradford County ." .' Pf..
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I after a 14-day leave. A-Bye-Baby." A singing rt fTTTTTTYYTTTTTTTI i I \ .

co i Brooker Junior High game, "Farmer in the Dell,' ",1.-." 01.

1 I I, Presents Play was presented by the group. LAW% T E Y I L LBy : I r .. .....'. 0 .

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o The Brooker Junior High The third and fourth ,
1 I School- presented a play Monday jgrades presented a singing Enia Blanchard f fWAUVALALAAAA1 !

I I morning, May 27, for game, Raggle Taggle. Nar- .AU '
i their parents and friends in rator was Charlene Melvin !

\'X'e salute eachof ; the auditorium. The group represented the Vacation Bible School ,:

I The first and second grades following animals: Donkeys, Vacation Bible School will

you for your I presented an operetta "To Patsy Edwards, Miriam pad- begin Monday morning, June
Tetstone, Judy 10 and continue for two
: Mother Goose Land. The gett Edward ,
big achievement. 1963P. I following characters were: Bass, and Steve Clark; Dogs, weeks. All children are wel-

j Mother Goose Larie Temple; Phyllis Jones, Tony Castlen, I i come. .

H. C. WALL Ba-Ba Black Sheep Greg JoAnn, Gene, and Markalee; II The Women's Missionary -

I Douglas; Little Boy Blue, Cats, Debbie Douglas, Peggy Union met at the home of SYCCESfO VOlT

Agency D. REDDISH I Terry Roberts; Ride a CockHorse Edwards, Larry Hicks, Danny I Mrs. E. B. [Bobby] Dyal -

\ Ricky Mott and: Bren- Bass, Ailean Green and Vickie Tuesday evening, May 28. The .
I t da Bass; Ten Little Indians Jones; Roosters, Bob Dyal, I next meeting will be at First .... S r'

I Insurance Bonds SHERIFF. '. Greg Douglas Wanda Rabon, David Stalnaker, Diane Jones : Baptist Church. j r "" ,; ., .. t.P'. \,' 1

!I Roy Clark Mike Jones. Eddie and Freda Clark. Church Schedules : "
Starke Florida Bradford ,.! 1 ... ,. S
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Church '
Langford, Naomi :Mann, The sixth through the Grace Methodist c. !e J
Charles T. and Worship -.;.!;-.. '. .. .. ._- I
Jack Knight;, eighth grades presented School 9:45 a. m.; ::, -- -

I Donna and Gary Melvin; Hey "Round Up On The Moon." 11 a. m.: Evening Worship 8 o ... -....-._. _._ _

p. m.; MYF each Wednesday t. .,
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t 8 p. m.First. f j jIt'
I II I Baptist: Sunday t
i! School 10 a. m.; Worship 11a. ["i
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I m.; Training Union 7 p.
m.; Worship 8 p. m.; YWA -
I I first and third Tuesdays 8

GOOD LUCK p. m.; Junior GA second and X ,a a
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first Tuesdays in the after- t
1963 noon. Intermediate GA sec- __
ax + ,d ond and fourth Mondays at iRh ;
8 m. r '
Grads p. N #
I g I PersonalsMr. i S S.nE .
and Mrs. Leslie Phillips

/ have the sympathy of their i "' "

I e. tln r 1 I friends in the loss of their ". Yf ....

infant, son, Dennis James on II ,
29. .' '''4
Wednesday, May J 1
rr i Miss Rachel Boyer was '. "" 4 .
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J visiting her brotherinlawand I 5 I? I : '

r tt sister Mr. and Mrs. W. '. ....' .:'.N, ,r
Y x4i ) family during -.- .
Fred Moore, and .. r
.::5;'," the week. f A .J. iI'' .
i $ .e fi t ,". ':t."j: .. '. .. Friends were pleased to f i'f
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A > :.>. Howe and children of Gainesville t'

:} Thursday and Friday. 1
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::;,'.: >\',..:::;:.: :::...,: '. : Mrs. Mae Wells returned 7.S. ,
x...'._.. ... >. from trip to Nassau
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ONGRATULATIONS$ ../ attending the State conven- i" .' ..
I )1 'tion of the Postmasters League -
Graduation 1 Is an held May the success of this moment be a guide to'R
olden ahead. Wa t tapo achievement Meetings were :
: The t,9 years" are t i your diploma aboard ship, from Monday to .
achievements. The
they fill your dreams and gped ._ Jhe key to greater thing*.) Friday. greater entire community ex*
.. ---- -- Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and tends its for success"H '.
children of Jacksonville were congratulations your :. : .

dinner guests of her parents -t .
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders. I :,: -: 'a i.. t.xx ...
t 't o. iL 10' ,
Farmers Supply i Recent guests of, Mr. and; -..." _, i to a.'J/> (
and children o. >
:Mrs. Leslie Phillips '

I Y Edwards\ Grocery and MarketGroceries 405 E. Brownlee Street Register Oil Co. i! Rhoden Mrs. were A. of W.Mr.Marietta Feagle and Mrs.:Mr.Mr.Billy and and :I: :. Bradford County Telegraphh h. : ;l ",

Mrs. Crosby McClendon, and : _
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Charles of Jacksonville, Mrs- .
Meats, Feed Seed, ,Gas & Oil Starke, Florida Starke, Florida Byron, Register and :Mrs. '. '. ." .Jw... .,... .

Starke FU la.. Robert Bowie of Dinsmore. : '.
Phone 96-t-2182. .
? -- -_ Visiting Mrs. Mamie Crews ------5- ...._ 4 'j :-. "9'i

over the weekend were Mr.

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1- -.. you take things off the land I Said parcel contains 730 Circuit Court on or before the
square feet more or less. 28th day of June, 1963. If you
you have to put somethingback The sale will begin promptly fall to so do, a Decree Fro
if you want to keep your at 11:00 \. M. A bid of Confe&so will be taken against
'e land $390.00() must be received.A you for the relief demanded in
: HomeDemonstration detailed legal descriptionof the Complaint.
C. R. Bradford used the the property and other information Done and ordered at Starke.
district's grain drill to plant' regarding this sale Florida' this 4th day of June, A.
C may be obtained from J. R. D. 19 63.
Our Soil Our Strength millet and hairy indigo in Rielling, Jr., District Chief Charles A. Darby
County Commission Must Face Management and Disposal
Up Soil Conservation his pecan grove. Branch, State Road Depart Clerk Circuit Court,
I Bradford County. FloridaBy
Dolph Reddish used the ment. Lake City. Florida.

To Its Responsibilities In RedistrictingIn Notes M N-E W-S district mower to control the execute The successful a proposal bidder and furnisha must Deputy Janet Clerk N. Carter

!over-growth in his pasture. bid deposit in the amount of Sealrseorge
.rc X By BIO Baas i Edgar Faulkner used the 10 per cent of his bid immediately H. Pierce, Attorney for
By Dorothy Ross' following the sale. Plaintiff
their inescapable task of coming ed and should not be dignified by allowing ,i Soil Conservation Service district seeder cultipacker to The bid deposit shall be in the 66\ 4t 6 :37

up with an acceptable redistricting them to enter into consideration:: Home Demonstration Agent iI The other plant Pensocola Bahia seed form of a Cashier's Check or
day Bob Paterson other
formula, Bradford County Commissioners of the overall problem of redistricting.I I and Russell Norman were dis- and to plant his millet seed. I ment. This non-cancelable deposit is a instru-guarantee Fun For All
I Harold Norman and Bill that the successful bidder .
have an opportunity to prove that The job should be done strictly on the cussing the planting of -
pas- will complete the purchase
they are, in reality, commissioners of basis of which plan will satisfy the I Cook-Out 1:i'several times during roasting ture grass. Bob remarked thatif Patrick used the district grain of the land subject to the con-
1 Starke and older 4- time: : drill to plant peas for their ditions set forth by the De SCOTCHDOUBLES
the county as a whole, or simply com- law and do the best job for the county,I,[ Lawtey you don't prepare a good partment. !
missioners on a district level. now and in the future. i i' H girls enjoyed a cook-out I Stewed Corn-For six servings seed bed before you plant, you cover crop. The Department reserves the
and swim last Saturday at;; pick 12 ears of tender right to reject any or all bids
Discussions so far on this trouble- An alternate plan suggested by opponents -:I would have wished you had PENTECOSTAL and to waive technical errors'as '
some and highly sensitive issue have of the pie-shaped wedge plan!, Kingsley Lake. As guests of corn. Husk, silk, and wash. when you start bouncing a- 324 W. Brownlee St. may be deemed best for the
Mr. and Mrs. John Greene Cut corn from cob with a I I interest of the State
been discouraging for the most part would be to equalize on a population I the round while you mow. A good Sunday School, 10 a. m. ]UX.GEIEXTXD DISPOSAL :I
girls ate grilled hamburgers knife, then scrape ear to get
seed bed is
"full of sound and fury and signifying basis only, squeezing two commissioner -! with all the trimmings. all the sweet kernel. Place hi !i i planting important of seeds.when Morning Worship, 11 a. m. night of Way BRANCH DitUlon !

nothing," as Shakespeare would have districts within the present city: Although, the wind was blowIng a saucepan and add onehalfcup iJ J You will save any your type equipmentand Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m. FI.OIUUSTATK ROAD DEPARTMENT -I y

put it.N"o limits of Starke and disregarding area)I a young gale the girls of water. Cook over low yourself if you have a! Prayer :Meeting, Wednesday 6/6 :t 614I :

matter how circuitous the, argument entirely. !i: said the water was nice and) heat letting corn boil 10-15 good seed bed. I 7:30: p. m. Prayer for the sid I.

or how many extraneous issuesare True, the law does not say anything Warm. minutes. Stir often to keepit James Spina tells me he is I at all services.-David T. JIc- The Circuit Court Of ''
into the discussion the fact about but it would not be Those attending were: Kar- Ghee pastor. Florida. Eighth Judicial CIr-
dragged area, conducive from scorching. Season I I getting a good stand of millet ruit Innd For Bradford ,
still remains that the ONLY to to harmony on the boards _to en Lee Linda DeVore, Patty County. In Chancery EVERY
way redistrict or with salt pepper and bacon I and plans to use it for tem- RICHARD P. .
the county equitably, accordingto the best interest of the county as a, Bryan Loretta Crawford, drippings, butter or oleo. porary grazing. "I put my Zipper Notebooks $%.49 at NORTON.Plaintiff.. !'

population (as the law provides), at whole to have two "city commissioners"and Linda Brenda Edwards Jones,, Sharon of Lawtey Bryan -; Serve hot. cows in a short time each Bradford County Telegraph. LUCILLE NORTON vs. THURS. NITE

the same time giving some consideration three "rural commissioners" who Marilyn McCrary Carol Fried Sweet Corn-For six day," he says. The controll- Defendant, i

to area, is by means of wedge- would then be much more apt to be at Jean Cox, Gilda Graham,j' servings use 8 ears of corn. ing of grazing on temporary PUBLIC AUCTION DIVORCE NOTICE ,i CALL 964-6261

shaped districts, each one dipping into loggerheads over issues than if each and Celita Bryant from Cut cleaned corn from cob. pastures\ is important if you A public auction will be held TO: Lucille Norton residence j j!

Starke's heavily populated boundaries. commissioner had some rural as well as Starke. Melt 3 tablespoons of oleo or want to get the most out of described for the sale parcel of of the land following on the and address are hereby unknownYou notified that I I For Information

This plan would give each commissioner butter in heavy skillet, [or the crop. site of said a complaint for divorce has
J: some urban area in his district They were chaperoned by property at 11:00A.
use bacon drippings]. Cook II.: on June 21st, 1963. been filed against you. and !I
a portion of Starke, as well as his Even this plan would not prevent at Mrs. Jerry Stanford, Miss Roy demons used the Dis- A wedge shaped triangular you are required to serve aI I j Starke Lanes
own home area, to comprise his dis least three commissioner districts from Dorothy Ross and the hosts. over medium heat 7 minutes.I trict's grain drill to plant a parcel of land in Starke, copy of your Answer or plead- ;,
Pepper Relish \ Pour three-fourth cup top cover crop on his strawberryland. I Florida which is bounded on ing to the Complaint on the i
trict. It would equalize the districtsas cutting into Starke if the job of re- I the west by :Munroe Street plaintiffs attorney. George H.I| AMUSEMENT
milk or cream over corn. Sea Roy likes I
he to!
Friends of Mrs. Garl Mat says and
i on the east by State Pierce P. O. Drawer 1030
to and It would districting population is done at all
area. :I thews and others will[ be'j son with salt and pepper.: build up the organic materials;' Road 200 and on the south Starlce. Florida, and file the f CENTERACT
forestall districting problems in the equitably. I I by a turnout connecting State original Answer or pleading in'
Serve when hot in his soil after each If I'.
I! pleased to have her recipe I crop. Road 200: and Munroe Street. the office of the Clerk of the
future, as the trend in population con- District Five is so sparcely I for Pepper Relish. Relishes

tinues to shift from rural to urban ed (only 306 qualified voters)populat-I and pickles make food more

areas. In short, it is the most practical cannot be brought anywhere near on J enjoyable.

and sensible:: solution to the redis- par with the approximately 1,100 that I Recipe: 12 red sweet pep-

tricting problem.The each district should have after redis- pers, 12 green sweet peppers. : FAST WHILE THEY LAST!

only possible objection to this tricting without extending its boundaries 9 onions, 1 cup sugar, 1 tea

plan and the objection, in our opin- to tap the heavily populated West spoon salt 2 cups vinegar i

ion, is not well founded is that the Starke area. Thus, there would be the I and 1 tablespoon mixed spi '

pie-shape wedge plan would make it possibility of a Starke resident run-I ces.Chop peppers and onions,

possible for a resident of Starke to run ning in three districts even if this less I cover with boiling water let

for County Commissioner from each desirable plan is adopted. j I stand 5 minutes. Drain, cover FORD DEALER

district. If such an unlikely situation The board has no alternative but to again with boiling water

should ever occur, we have enough con- redistrict or find itself facing a law let stand 10 minutes drain,

fidence in the good judgement of the suit. A local attorney laid the cards i add other ingredients [tie

voters to believe that they would on the table at the meeting Tuesday' spices in bag] cook 15 min-

roundly defeat any movement to electa and said his client would bring suit un-' utes. Pack in hot jars, seal at

majority of the board from any one less the board comes up with a plan), once.

area of the county. It is inconceivablethat for redistricting, as the law provides. Sweet Corn i i ACS'SPECIALS

this would ever happen. Since some plan must be adopted, it?! At last! Sweet corn is rea-
dy, much to everyone's delight -
Supposing just for the sake of is hoped that the board will face up to!I for it is a favorite a-

argument that it did it is even more its responsibilities, forget "district-). mong the vegetables.

inconceivable that three or four or even itis" and do the job as it should be done, Remember, corn is best fla-

five men of the calibre it takes to get once and for all. vor-wise and nutritivewisewhen

elected to public office, would gang up The arguments against the wedge- it is fresh from the

to seek any undue benefits for a par- shaped plan have no foundation in log- field or kept on ice until used.

ticular area of the county at the _e$- i ic. They are based purely on outmoded The most popular way to
and unfounded: serve fresh corn to the familyoften'
pense of the others. If such a thing district-thinking
is the cob. Now that
j should ever occur, you may rest assur- fears. The Commission will be doing the weather is perfect for : .

ed their political careers would reach a the best job for the county now and those outdoor meals, plan to ::: '.

dead-end at the very next election. in the future if it supports the, cook out and roast some corn 1

j Such fears are obviously ill-found- wedge-shaped plan. 1, over the coals. This is sure to ..." '

i I please the family especially "

,- _'_'_''''_'_'_'_'_'.1 I 'one cheerfully. Now Sam's I, the small fry!

I about to give them back, for I I There are other Southern I

i Farmer Diary \ :he's not nearly as well equip- .! favorites, too, for fresh corn.

I ped as Paddle is to scratchthe i I Several are the stewed corn

I middle of his back with I! and fried sweet corn. In addition ,i I
By Sam McGaroy '
I :his foot. I' to being so delicious to
troublesome. We spray "Off" i; I eat, corn does make a contri
I Day lilies are a great delight food
on our lower clothing and ; bution to our daily
that keeps the nosey little I for they require practically I needs. It supplies us with energy -

pests away. Picking is like a I no care and they j i and some calcium, iron,
bloom on and on. Alice hasa ; and B-Vitamins. '
game: the big fat ripe berries -
are always right in DoI I! nice selection and she'smixing i Corn Roasted Over Coals- ,
them to get some different I tender and. _
i clump of briars; you reach I]; Select young ears

for them and the briars try!I II colors.. prepare as above. Save the .

I to get you. If you win, you thin inner husks from each
I Sam is going around these SAVE! GET OUR FAST
showers ACTION
Got some good :, get the fruit; otherwise, you it ear. Drain after washing. SPECIAL
during the week, and if they get a handful of briars, and: days pinching things Brush generously with melted < ,_
continue it won't be long before must be quickly explainedthat oleo. Next sprin-
how they can hurt! j je butter or ,
there will be water\ I it is plant tops he's con- I kle each ear lightly with salt. :' ON THIS SUPER TORQUE FORD! :
centrating on. He says thatif ::
ti standing In the ditches. High The price of eggs is so low Place thin inner husks back .
winds with of the showers I you pinch out the tops of I! and tightly
ear wrap
j now that only the most economical I .
blew over some corn and I I producers are able I nlants like 'mums and zinneas -I I in aluminum foil Place over Enjoy Ford's total performance the stamina, roadability and ,: ,
will branch !
that they -
tobacco and there was also I II I to show a profit. We're told;i So'' [not inn glowing coals. Allow
light hail.in places. the market is 37 cents and. as'' and produce more blooms. 25 minutes roasting time for _... all-around engineering excellence that has helped Ford win
far it appears to work very
that Is only a few cents! tl the medium sized ears. Turn

The old familiar scene of"stringing" I! above the break-even point well. victory after victory in endurance tests all over the country.
tobacco will soon t-
the producers are havingrough "
be a thing of the past. This II going. |, Red crepe myrtle is com- Methodist ChurchTI1ursdayChancel

week we saw a tobacco tying I' ing out now and it is a pret-| OUR SALES HAVE BEEN SIZZLING
machine which the owner I i ty sight that lasts all through, Choir I ALL SPRING! AND WE
Got; some well-rotted chicken '
also a' rehearsal 7:30 m.SundayChurch .
the summer. There's p.
says eliminates 13 hands at' manure this week and put;,' pink [tor watermelon], white,: School, AIM TO KEEP UP THE ACTION RIGHT INTO SUMMER

the packing shed and saves! a lot of it around our banana II I and a purple; but the latter, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship !

1 him $35-40 per barn. The machine -i j tree. We have no hopes ofl I in combination with the pink,; 11 a. m. Snack Supper for

stitches tobacco to a'' getting fruit but we'd like to,,'I is a dreadful sight. I'I'I MYF 6:30 p. m. Youth Meetings EVERY CAR IN STOCK PRICED FOR FAST ACTION! HURRY
stick in a matter of seconds! '' see some bloom as they are Evening Wor- !
I 7 p. m.
the biggest most extravagant!!I Kittens, like young humans I ship. 8 p. m. AND SAVE ON AMERICA'S TOTAL PERFORMANCE CHAMPS!
c The fruit season is at hand, we've ever seen. 1 Church
aversion to being Vacation
I have an Monday-
and judging by our plum,: washed. Our red cat wrestlesthe I School 9 till 11:30 a. m. [also -
trees there is good in Picked tip on lawn-
a crop up a kitten to the ground Tues. and Wed., same
the county. We did not spray mowers this week from an
then holding it there pro-i time].
our trees and the plums are' expert: when you start fooling thoroughly.I Service
ceeds to wash it Tuesday-Wesleyan I SAVE! GET OUR FAST ACTION
1 "stung" pretty bad. But they around with the blade dis- Kitten belts :Mama with her'!| Guild meets with Mrs. R. S. \
will be good for making jam. connect the spake plug lead _
I paws screams bloody murder,\ Mullins for covered dish supI I '
first. That makes sense, as MIDDLEWEIGHT FAIRLANE!
but Ma i> Scout
and tries to get away, per 6:30 p. m. Cub ,
Had our first blackberries; sometimes only a slight turn
still gives out with a good i Pack Committee meeting, 7:30: ()
this week: a bowl of good; can start a mower and: if your that all ,, Get red-hot
scrubbing. It appears ''p. m. buy on the hot new middle
ripe ones with sugar and hand is in the way you'll get i!' I
do is wash and eat Committee -
ever Wednesday-Library !
cream on them is a real treat. hurt. i weight that's in a class by itself -- with big-
then wash again. : meeting 9 a. m. Prayer -
The rains came just in timeto I'I
:Meeting and Bible Study, advantages low
at a nloney-savingpricel I
help thebriarberry" Sam helped Faddle get rid ,
| 7:30 m.
crop, although some bushes of his fleas this week, and THE RltiHr POIV1: for the i p.

( are loaded with small fruit. Paddle reciprocated by handing way JOB write. Come in andsr4eet I BAPTIST 1
the pests over to Sam. your t&Torite ESTER- CHURCH SAVE! GET OUR FAST
Some people hate to pick !! There's nothing selfish about BROOK Fountain Pea TELE-" SPECIAL OH

tem because red bugs are so ,i i Paddle: he gave up every last GRAPH. Sunday School. 10 a. m. .

i Morning Worship. 11 a. mJ THIS NEW COMPACT FALCON .

ORID 'I Training Union 6:30 p.m. Evening i iI I
ti 4
), F ii THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Worship Prayer Service 7:30: pjn.Wednesday Midweek -- ,: Have fun and save with America's all-time

$ welcome. .N champ! Choice of
N m ESTABLISHED 1879 7 p.m. Everyone economy two lively,

'0 c (4, E. MATTHEWS.. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER BROOKER BAPTIST money-saving Sixes or a peppery V8.

q Rev James Temple Pastor
Morning Worship, 11 a.m.
Evening Service. 8 p.m. SUn-
day School, ,10 am., Training

IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $3.50 - SIX MONTHS $2.00 Union 7 pjn. Prayer Service 206 WEST MADISON STREET STARKE, FLA.
OUTSIDE TRADE AREA each Wednesday, 8 p.m.


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Mary K. Schaef ferAAAAAAAAlll i By Mrs. Alice RothbaminerVVVYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy1 I : : :

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PTA MeefcThe \ : :'

Woman's Club Officers Actually the net profit was 1: Melrose PTA held its : ,
Installed At Annual !: $145.Estrellita. 5-
final meeting for the school 5 : .: t 1 .
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Garden t"y .
Party-Tea' !
Club '
't_ j 41:: J year in the high school auditorium I '-
Members of the Keystone : The monthly meeting of 4' y S Monday evening, May : : -
Heights Woman's Club held the Estrellita Club will be at /

their Annual Garden Party) 2 p. m., June 12, in the Masonic ; ; : 27.The FHA .r
$: i: Chapter presented '
Tea and Installation of Officers | Hall. A social hour and a fashion show as the pro- : -1 : :

for the coming year at i dessert will precede the busi- j; gram. Girls from grades 8 I'I

the home of the new president -, ness meeting. Hostesses will ,\ I IWOMAN'S through 12 modeled fashions

Mrs. John Bird, on i be Mrs. Roy Tyre and Mrs. I. I I from sports wear to evening
Tuesday May 28.Mrz. C. Stringer. Election of offi- j
CLUB OFFICERS INSTALLED attire, which they had made
J. A. Williams Social'i cers will be held. 1 I'S Ii I-
during the
school ,
Activities Chairman, was assLsted Cub Scout Circus New officers of Woman's Club pictured installation year.
Keystone Heights at :
I (from left): Junior degrees in FHA '
in serving the guests ; Held
Recently Sirs. \Vm. Reynolds, director Mrs. F. W. Tolles, treasurer Mrs. F. P. [
; ; Egan. corresponding : first step] were awarded to
by Mrs. M. H. Schroeder, Mrs. I Dens 1, 2, and 3 of Pack i, 1 _
f'I'retaryIrs; J. Karges, recording secretary Sirs. Charles U'allenius, 2nd %ice president; IIrs. Sara Baldwin
Shirley Beck-
Clarence Mrs. Lewis .
Sipe 305 of the Cub Scouts recently i
Muir. Mrs. Leamon Ward i presented a Circus. i|) II. A. Nelson, lit vice president; Mrs.. John C. Bird president. (Photo by Brune). I ham Jean Lively and Hilda'II J

Mrs. Buster Aiken and :Miss!II Den I, with Ilka Parades: .. ---, ;i Wise by Home Economics instructor 5,

Anna McCullough. Greeting! and Ruby Hersey as Den Koons as Chairman. .\i Roberta Sibley. Linda i I'fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY : Mrs. Frances Ste. J

the guests! were Mrs. Harold !i Mothers had the following j The United Church Women i!I David Schaeffer phenson.A I

sutton. Mrs. Frank Stitch-I;I performers: David Newhani, i i Of Florida. are. as all good :,i I Snellen, John Allen GRANDIN i iI chapter degree in FHA : ,

berry. and Mrs. James Cook. I Ricky Davis Jeff Davis Ger- ;j folks. still enthused and.I VI Ridaught and Jo j| '1 [second step] was awarded'I

Past President Mrs. Ben :, aid Mathias Willie Dey, i spiritually] dedicated to the ,, Their theme was a I I to Margaret Slade. Carol ,
I '1 !: By Charleyene I!
Rose, who is also an honorary j I Butch Bleasdale Rodney program as outlined at the garden, with a little Brantley I!: Rothhammer, a senior, re- I t Z4

member, presided at the guest j 1 Mooneyham and Rick Wheeler. West Palm Beach Conference j i Sea island touch. 1 1&A., ..&&&...&.&...&&, 1|i: ceired the Crisco Award as j I _

book table where 60 members i :May 21-23. The overwhelming 1! orations were a !! Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grout :1 the outstanding student in| Lariii:

and guests registered. Silver response to the appealfor j I I ting for all the 'Home Economics. '
I Den 2, with Helen Warren visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie ,
offerings were dropped into trading stamp books has; went home in shorts | '|: During the business meeting I'
and Dee Spence-Thomas as| Sapp in Palatka on Wednes-: Photo Brune
I by )
the miniature clubhouse, brought jubilation and pray- ;, hair-curlers, and : annual reports were given by''
Den Mothers, had these per-i ;i day. ANNE1S--
which was a gift of Mrs. Pat': erful thanks. The stamp !| looking very lovely in j '1, the PTA officers. Mrs. Mild- I
Hubert a'
formers: Mark Facer j Mrs. Callie Rye attended : NEW VICARAGE
Bradley at the Christmas Billy books were for the purchaseof t lous dresses. We like bridal red Worley installed the following ST.
Few Jack Funderburk | shower for Lorettai '
Tea, and has since been used j station wagons for the I the other parents officers for the
Mullis. Steven Thrift Mike i i Luke at the Civic Center in On Sunday May 19 ground chairman Kenneth '
; Nooney dence is
as the receptacle for dona-! Florida Christian Migrant I "make like a little !! ; 64 school term: President. ; being built in compliance -
Passwater, Ricky Parades, i Palatka Tuesday evening. was broken for the new cler-i> and William Worstall Vicar.
tions. Money is used for the Ministry. and watch them for a i 'Gilbert i Reed ; with requirements o!
Vice-President. '
; ;
Craig Spence-Thomas, Kenny I II Miss Luke is the bride-elect gy residence for St. Anne' |
; lot
Building Fund. II Mis. Frank Ilgen and Mrs. |1 Harvey Finn: : on the new ]t the Diocese of Florida to include
Warren and ] Chaperones were of Jimmie of Grandin. Second Vice- :
Sumpter, Ricky Rye Episcopal Church in Keystone'Heights.
The weather was threatening Mike Wrinkle. I i, David Nelson in their official 1- Mrs. Gene Croft, :!j Mrs. Ruth Gornto Vickie;.: President, Clarence Holden; !' 'I'j vicarage will be built is on ]i four bedrooms and a

but fortunately Mrs. Bird II capacities are keeping Mrs. Philip Knuth, |!i Secretary Mrs. Gilbert Reed: : I' Little Keystone Lake not far:i study in addition to normal
Den 3, with Hilda Dey and \ and Kathy, and Mrs. Eugene I ; Pictured at groundbreaking I
has a spacious carport under for Den'I' Keystone Heights Community Mrs. A. V. Kraus, Mrs. i i Brantley and Chris attended Ii i, and Treasurer, Mrs. Lois' -, from the present location of i living area.Overseeing.-
Madeline Wyman I ceremonies [from
i are I
which there were refreshment Church outstanding in the 1 i
I Sullivan Father Wm. the last meeting of the Melrose Williams. the church building. the planning and
: had Mike Funder- | j .
Mothers I leftV.] H. Redfearn Jr., I
tables, and most of the Christian Fellowship. Mrs.
burk Paul Martin Ricky | stall, :Mr. and Mrs. j PTA. The Home Eco-I After adjournment, refresh- j I Contract for construction!? !| construction is Chairman
activities took place there.I Nelson was elected Recording '! ments Senior Warden; N. W. Hard- i
Turner, Johnny Murtry, Mr. and Mrs. : nomics department held their were served in the awarded to the low bidder
Jerry 1 was -
Hardenbergh. Richard :Mui
Mrs. Bird decorated the carport 1 Secretary for the Florida United ( enbergh, Building Committee:
1I I and Billy Wolfe : I Miller and Mrs. Lane |I annual fashion show of clothing I cafeteria. i\ :'
with mementos of her I|' Warren Church Women [all-de- Graduation I IHights. The $18,000 resi- Fred Dodd of Keystone rhee and Carlton Paul.
i Held'
performing. the girls have made during I j I
tour of duty in Okinawa and I II nominationall recently. Installing er.Baccalaureate Fifteen -
Awards were given out by ServiceOn the school year. Vickie I seniors of Melrose -
Japan. There were Japanese! William Few. Cubmaster GilJ i i Officer was! Mrs. Or- I Sunday I I i modeled a shift and skirt, High School received diplomas -I
lanterns umbrellas plaques, i lin Troy. She charged the I :1 at
Parades had a few appropriate 2, the Keystone j i that she made. Commencement Exer-

and beautifully covers. Mrs.embroideredtable Charles remarks. I delegates church areas to return"determined to their to School Seniors had i I Mrs. Charles Kilgore and I, Donald cises Friday night, May 31. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MELROSE!

The Pack committee includes i I calaureate Service : Ricky, and Mr. and Mrs. Williams welcomed the
Hinck assisted Mrs. Bird in I set their feet on the i'
the decorations. !i : Cubmaster Gil Parades i i of Purpose, the Road of I Anne's Episcopal ; Charlie Sapp of Palatka recently -! audience as class president. !
: Bill j i William Worstall visited Mr. and Mrs. Ellen Scott presented the Val- !
I Asst. Cubmaster of I :
Outgoing President Mrs ; Service and the Highway I
Warren Awards Chairman !! inspiring message to W. D. Gornto Sr. and Mrs. edictory and Carol Rothhammer -I
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Adventure in Christian lAv- BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Julius Hanson, and the new 1
Bill Few; SecretaryTreasurer | niors warning them I Margie Stuart on Friday. gave the Salutatory.
President of the Junior Worn.an's ing.
I Richard Murrhee; and conformity, I Mr. and Mrs. John Tobiasof : Principal Clarence Holden I
MinI At II
Seniors Feted Banquet,
club, Mrs. Miriam : I' II
gledorff poured punch and Den Chiefs, Danny Hinck j Prom, And Party I self pity. Following New London Ohio returned I j presented a college scholarship I I --

Barry Wyman Marshall ice, refreshments were home last week after j I to Ellen Scott. The -
tea. The "Big Night" is now I
Muir. St.Anne's I in the Parish Hall spending a couple of weeks : scholarship was sponsored by I !
Installation Officer was Beam, and Johnny : history. On Saturday evening APPLIANCEST GARDEN SUPPLIES RESTAURANTSTHE
is! I Episcopal Church with their daughter and fam-i i the Melrose Woman's Club. I j .
District V Episcopal ,| of Keystone !
Mrs. Nona Howard I I the Junior Class I
I Mass: For SeniorsOn j: I Glen H. Thayer S Plants
ily, Mrs. James Sapp and gave the
director of the Florida Federation i I Cub Pack Sponsor. i Heights entertained the Se- ,
I family. commencement address. Mr. V Service Center 0 Garden Supplies and
and Committee Sunday
Clubs Pack members I
of Woman's nior Class with a sumptuous
from Chiefland, and Miss I' Members will miss Den banquet which was held in 2, the boys and girls !j Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Holden presented the diplomas J. R. TInES, Proprietor i Furniture Keystone Heights
graduating from !| Howell of Jacksonville spent | and Rev. Kenneth I O Duralite and DuPont .
Peggy Betz. Secretary assisted I Mother Madeline Wyraan St. William's Recreation Hall Grif- Authorized Motorola Philco' Restaurant
her. and her sons Bobby of Den :I That of course was just the '!BHS in Starke Class Saturday afternoon and evening I i I fith gave the invocation and I 'j Paints I I W. E. Flakes, Ovvner-Mffr.
Sales and Service
At the conclusion, Mrs. Julius -j 1, and Dana of Den 3. The i 'beginning of festivities. Fol- ; were dressed in with Mr. and Mrs. Eu- the benediction. I i 0 Wallpapers Painter's. I 1 ,
and for their i Brantley and family. i Other '! Service On All Makes I Supplies .5. Specializing: In
their j
Hanson passed the gavel I' Wymans moved back to | lowing the banquet, the boys i gowns I gene seniors who gradu- I
New Eng- !: I reate Service at 10 Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Jack I ated !I i TV RADIO STEREO I Blue Piatt'Sith
over to Mrs. Bird with appropriate former home in and girls went home to prettyup I were James Downs Vir- Zike'sDecorating \
: I Mass at St. son and family of Atlantic i ginia Ford, I Fresh VegetablesCOLD
remarks. land. for the Junior-Senior Marian Fredriks- \ Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals I I

Correction I News FromCommunity Prom which was held at the I' Starke. The six i Beach spent Saturday with i son, Margaret Herren, Paul'I i!: Keystone Heights, 473-4651 ; Shop I ( BKER

Chairman Mrs. Olive Ste- Church Masonic Lodge. The ball was members; of St. ; Mrs. Jackie Weeks and fam-' Huff James Matchett Tru- I|immmm i mmmmmmmmmmmfmmm tmmmmAUTO ''j' Keystone Heights Open From 6:00: .%.1. Till-?

vens called to the attention I i i Correction: The Community over about midnight, at which i I Parish. Seated in : ily. t die Morris, Bonnie Nazworth, PHONE 473-3861 I

of the club publicity chairman I Church Publicity Chair- time there was another I two front 'pews were i i Larry Stults, Tommy Mob- f Margaret Slade Frank Strick- SERVICE : At the stoplite Keystone lifts.:
to an error in last week's I I man regrets an omission: i changing of clothes for the Ann Dally, Joan :<' ley and Wayne Grey of Au- I land, Red Tiller and Edward GARAGES :1 I

issue. The Arts, Crafts, and Mrs. David Nelson, Chairman I round of all night parties. and Jimmy Fox, all gusta. Ga. were weekend ,:; White. i HILL'S GARAGE Lake Brooklyn

Hobby Show of April 15 was of Circle IV. the Morning The first party was at the S, and Mary Ann i i guests of Mrs. Annie Sikes. i i Duplicate Bridge I Terrell'sGulf i
I i Steve and Lou Marshal :i PAINTING & BODY WORK
one of the highlights and real, Circle and her co-Chairman, i home of Mrs. Lena Clemensat I Nancy Sutton and Joyner I Winners of the Melrose I Service i Restaurant

social-cultural and civic programs -'I''' Mrs. Mathew H. Schroeder.I Hillcrest; the next at the I Drake of KHS. The i of St. Augustine were: Duplicate Bridge Club for last '! j Electric and Acetylene I STEAKS CHOPSSI'ECIALIZINO

of the year. Talentswere entertained their new circle';;r home of Mr. and Mrs. Kyle I ates received Holy I visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. D. j: week include the following: i I New & Used Tires i Welding I

sn varied and of such'I with a Morning Coffee at the! i iI McMurtry on Keystone Lake, ion in a body and I Mann in Florahome on Sun 1 Mrs. C. Maxson and Mrs. H. From $3.00 Up All Sizes| Radiator Repairs LV

outstanding style, interest I Nelson home on May 27. where those who cared to. I sented with beautiful 15)I day.Mr. i. C. Segur first place; Mrsj Lubrication Batteries Acces.' 24-HR. WRECKER SERVICE'i ::1! SEA FOOD

and character that a one- All Circle Officers and I i could enjoy swimming. The | and little booklets as and Mrs. Bob Smith j Ray Becker and Mrs. Ei'I :;. OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30: P. M.I Tailored Seat Keystone Covers & Trim I, ORDERS TO GO -

day !show must be repeated.IS Members of the Community j group wound:! up at the home I entos of the occasion. and grandchildren of Jacksonville -S I Longnecker second place; i i iI
'! Keystone Heights 473-4279 473-4465, Nite 473-4109 1-4 ML Jf. of Stoplite
Church extends their deepest .|'' of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Norris I Following the Mass spent Saturday with Mrs. W. H. Davie and Mrs. : I I
sympathy to Mrs. L. Stitch- on White Sand Lake, for munion Breakfast was i Mrs. Vira Herring. I JW. E. Johnson third place; !- Keystone height

PROGRAM UP TO DATE:i' berry. Mr. Stitchberry passed I breakfast. While there were the Garden : Johnny Prevatt of Flora- i: and Mrs. W. J. Grolick: and : INSURANCE I I

ASK YOUR GULF LIFE away on May 31. Mrs. Stitch- II some for whom it was just :: Father Connie ; home graduated from Palatka, Miss Sally Mansfield fourth AUTO STORE I !I Beildler's

MAN FOR THIS FREE berry has been active in the too much [they worked aU host. Guests included ', High School last Friday and, place. ; Murrhee Insurance Holiday Inn

SERVICE I Community Church Women's day decorating etc. many ates and their left for Swannoa N. C. Thurs I Luncheon Western Auto ,

I Organization having been I of the others came rolling | a spi inkling of day. A buffet luncheon will be I Agency |I Restauranti

L.R.BRAULT I Circle Leader for several : home at 7 a. m. Sunday! I brothers. I Bob Strickland of Ormond ; held Thursday night at the I Associate Store I i i I
FIIONC 413-4151: I years as well as Devotional I The Juniors and their mo- : Franklin Elwood j|I'I Beach spent the weekend,.I home of Mrs. G. M. Allen ,;, General Insurance ,' Lawrence's Dinette

I and Spiritual Leader. She is thers had it all expertlyI I| Keystoners were with Mr. and Mrs. W. D.j I Jr. for the Women of the Appliances Major or Small Fire Casualty Bond COMPLETELY REMODELED
JtLL Hhvay :31 Keystone Height
: currently Co-Chairman of I planned and there didn't j learn that Mr. I Ii i Gornto Sr. :(i Trinity Episcopal Church. Auto Accessories, Tires j 3 Allied Line i OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY
Circle V, with Mrs. Floyd and i Jerry Weeks son of Mr. Personals | Dinners
seem to be any hitches Stitchberry had S Batteries. : Full Lunches -
i,!!I i no tragedies. They were all a j 1 in a Gainesville I and Mrs. J. C. Weeks. went i iI I Mrs. Mary Yarboro of Mul- Sporting Goods Bicycles. |'!i,Keystone; Heights Tel. 473-4285 Ala Carte Italian Food5

j i jump ahead of the article; Friday, May 31. Mr. I to Yankeetown Saturday to I'.lins. S. C. is visiting Mr. and Hardware Faints Garden f 1 Block North of Red Light

;: which came out in the "This| berry who was born I' spend some time with his;' Mrs. A. C. Spires.Outoftown Supplies. MILLWORK I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
S i
"Week" magazine of the Sun,j r was 79 years old. He grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.: guests visiting KEYSTONE HEIGHTS i iI

day supplements entitled,! early part of his life I John Raymond. 1 Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Williams ,i I, REAL ESTATE

"Prom Night is Danger 'Eastern Shore of I John Brantley, son of Mr. :, for graduation were Mr. and '!' I Keystone

"I'VE HADHANGOVERS Night." ,' Around the turn of I and Mrs. Eugene Brantley I j' Mrs. Gerald Williams of1 I' '
Electrical Contractors C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR
Millwork !
1 celebrated his 5th birthday Shop
The mothers who preparedthe i tury he joined the Starke Mr. and Mrs. David ,

.| banquet were Mrs. H. ; phone company I last Thursday. !''Williams of Gainesville, and !! CABINETS DOORS I j I

,j !' W. Norris, Mrs. Lena Clem- settled down in New David Rye and Michael Mrs. Essie Mae Phillips and .Jackson Electric Co.! WINDOW FRAMZJ REAL ESTATE

ens, Mrs. Joseph Wildt Mrs. )I I Pa. Due to an injury, Tyre of Florahome are sta-;; Richard of Alachua. (I. 'MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

BUT THISIS T. M. Hill Mrs. Harold Rid- pensioned by the Bell tioned.. at Pearl Harbor, Ha !I Iwa | Mrs. C. W. Durbin celebra-t ELECTRICAL CQNTRACTOBJ! SCREENS
: ; Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4297
aught, Mrs. Quincy Gardner,!!j I phone Co., and he I!| ted her birthday Thursday ,House Wiring; Electric Rangeland Trim Uiterlab ;

Mrs. W. H. Nelson and Mrs.]I I i wife moved to I!, Jimmy Rye attended the :.May 30. Water Heater Repairs Sub Made T. Onto

Kyle McMurtry. i i Heights in 1839. graduation exercises of the I I Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Chester I!,General Electric Repair Work Winifred H.
Heights 473-4255
i the; Palatka High School. He also J j Call "Toby" For All Your Keystone
Serving the meal were ,i and his wife of Quincy spent the week with j CRAWFORDReg.
following Sophomores: Cliff the social and civic I attended the dance and special -j their son-in-law and daughter Electrical Needs ,< t
Chapman Ginny Campbell|: the community he show and early breakfast -) Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen Keystone Heights Pb 4734975'PARM |NURSERY Real Estate Brokst

Dianne Chapman Tommy j the council, and that the Rotary Club of]j ji: I. Lake Properties AcrsagsRanchea .

Bird and Bruce Moon. i Mayor for a denlde., Palatka gave the seniors. | Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P.. Basbess
Guests other than the Seniors I dom and This week Paran church is'!'' Dunk and children of Miami ]] SUPPLIES I Clemens Nursery I IDAY1.JLIES Homes :tentalt] Qty
and Mrs. conducting a revival; Services -
include Father 1 "Stitch" was spent a few days last week 150 Varieties, i
I' I' "We Take A PcvsonaJ InteTe
William Worstall Mr. and: young and old. His I will be held nightly. In- with her
I parents Mr. and i from 25c to $1 ea. See Us For I In Your ReqUlMmt.Dt.-
Mrs. Philip Knuth. Senior j I tions to his fellow eluding Saturday. On Sun- Mrs. E. M. Robinson. C.&L.FeedCo. i

anyone feel this bad errands Class Sponsor, Miss Emma I,', immeasurable.In day there will be a basket', :Mr. and Mrs. Bill Logsdon I! iI I Your Every Need In Shrubs, 'Midway: Keystone Height a

any Kate Mansfield. Junior Class 1954, his wife lunch served after the morning are spending their vacation C. M. BURKHALTER JR. j Trees or Perennials. Meirci.' )

Sponsor. Mrs. Dianne Miller,,: died, and in 1957. he J services. j with his grandmother in Miami '. FEEDS HIway 100 at HiUcrest3Y2 I' Olwmy l-ope.a 8aa41.Tt-

will be a big chore. Just and various other members of ,i Mrs. Kettle Young of Charles Brantley, son of i S FERTILIZERS OB 5-29X1
use Key-
your Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brant- ; Milea East of |i.
the faculty. I sonville with whom he ; I Mrs. Alvin Tyler Is home >I p FAR31ERS HARDWARE ,

The invocation and closing happily during his ley fell out of a tree on Sat- : after a brief stay in the Ala- I I Keystone Heights ;S. E. McKay Realtor
Rev. and has two ugly cuts Earleten I, ,
stone-State Bank checking account and prayer were given by j ing years. J j urday chua General Hospital in! .
Father Worstall; a welcome Survivors include his a,:j just above and behind his Gainesville. j TeL Melrose GR 5-5163 CITRUS IN CONTAINERS iiLi; Lake Lwj $3m

by Robert Sibley, a Junior; : Nettie; a stepdaughter I! right knee. He is getting along i A Vacation Bible School ," I $1.50'To $5.00 Terms 16 Lots Sunset Lake

pay your bills by mail. and address by Mr. Knuth. Thelma Bunce; a : very nicely. ,j will begin at the Eliam Bap- ]FLORIST I Plenty of Blooming Camellias I :775. Terms Investment tracts

the principal and a speech | William Young; and a j j tist Church on June 5 and large enough for several lots .

m. of appreciation by Bob Jackson er Harvey, of Hialeah. j PAEAN BAPTIST CHUKCBiGRANDDf. I will continue through the j:from 50c up. Rare Camellias:access: to wide sandy beach.

Senior. I Services! were held on FL | 14th. The hours are from': Edna Williams grafted, $7.50 up. Plenty Of Use for recreation while hold
Members of the class had day June 3, at the Rev. Paul Travis Pastor I j 8:30: to 11:30: for ages 4. Evergreems and Landscape I' ing for investment. E-Z Terms.

STATE BANK made attractive menus. neral Home in Starke I Sunday SChool 10 am. through 16 Preparation day ; FLOELST-NUESEET Plants 2 BK CM furnished cottage on

Juniors who decorated the burial in the i, 11 was June 3. Let us landscape your home. beautiful Lake Hatthinscu .

MEMBER F. D. U C. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. Masonic Hall so beautifully: Heights Cemetery. I Morning Training Union Worship.7:00: p.aju m. |j Mrs. A. J. Lassiter recently ;i FLOWERS I 0. C. CARNES NURSERY:,$7,000. Terms.

IMC. : rwenour CAM* M IMC: WCNOLT COMMUNITY for the Prom were Lorraine Pallbearers were Jess left for Miami to make her ;,
For AD Occasion
Evening Service; 8:00p. m. ; I Uiway 100, 23 mL E. of Stark j
Dey, I Decorating chairman] is, Dr. Don Christoffers. Hour of Power Wednesday home.. Mrs. Henry Britton Is Keystone Heights Fla.
i SJelrose at Florahome, Ph. 6S4-5655 4734818BRADFORD
.. '_._:_ --.-. --.- -._ -', and her committee Rennie say Walker. S. E. I night 8:00: p. m. I the new owner of the Mel- !I'i Phone: OR -.

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If don't have the pa- : end to this leaf-eater. I Lots 3 &: W 62' of Reir at XE Cor of .
' *, 'from 11:15 to 11:45: a. m- 'will continue through July 31, I you j! Lot 4 of Blk 15 in SEU of XEU run I
Musical World Tour except for the Fourth of Julweekend ;, tience to wait out the battle I II I There are some 19 speciesof L T & COS S'D Mary Coleman 1.23N3QFtofLnt4ot W 33-5; Ft S 330:\ Ft

!! Memorial Day Program Mr. Francis said. Aj of nature, then try a mala scale insects that attackrost"S. to POR then E 130
HAMPTON Elk 1ginLT! & Ft S 50 Ft W 130
The most serious
Presented At School I bus will leave and return, thion spray are COS SDWH Alberta Watkins 5.56:: Ft X 50 Ft to rOB..::} 6 22 Lola But-kles 11i4

each morning ': red spider are six- ,. Florida red and cottony cushion of Lots 3 & 4 Lot ..
to in
Students at Hampton Ele- Hampton Mites or ;. SW Cor of
By Mn. D. E. Hill 1 scales. Rose scale is a of Elk 27 in L T & Frances Slocum Lot 4 of Blk 5 100
to be announced: crawlers than
mentary School were taken on ;{ the time legged no more I COS S/D Williams 3.05Lot X & S by 125' E &

LLLAPAALA1ALLLALAWREMINDER 1 1I a musical trip around the next week. Other planned rec-' one-fiftieth of an inch long third-rate pest. 2 of Rlk 31 in L W in tJaskin ADD James W. Thomas !. a
I J I Most scale insects attach T & COS SiD Ethel Lloyd Dixon 8.72 Beg 104'V & 15' X
world reation classes will be held Often there is quite a build-
RABIES I during a program pre 1 i I Lot 3 & X 25 Ft of of SC 'or of XEU
: themselves to the
sented by Mrs. Sandra She. in Starke afternoons, although ] up of damage-dealing spider.; Loti ofBNc33a of XEU. X SO', AV

SHOTS SATURDAY I ver's third and fourth grade transportation is not before you notice that the 'soon after hatching and L. T. Jfe COS S/D Emma Hughes Est. 12.::! '70. S SO', E 70' tobg
I Xt5 Ft of Lot 1 & :29! 6 :22! SPelU C .13
owners-remember, the'Teterinarian said. rarely move from their feed- rney
room, directed by Mrs. Carolyn provided for these, he rose leaves take on an off- S 23; Ft of Lot 2 of 11/
will be in Ham'p1on -I j I i ing site for the rest of their Blk 4TinL&T Tract A of Westpine .,'\
I Canova, music teacher. yellow color.A i S/D ex E lSt:9 6 22 :mTtlomat, B 1.\
; this Saturday morning,:, fVTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTlBayless | lives. Mealybugs are an ex- COS S'D Ida Simmons AgL S.49
Com at XW cor of .
Announcers for the program i hand lens is needed to ,
I 1 X 50 Ft of Lot 2 of -
frem 9 to 10 a. m. to vacci- : ception. They remain mobile Westpine S'D:: run
i were Lottie Rae Childs, :, discover mites. You'll find Blk 4 j in L T &: S :233.? Pt for POBW J'- .." .
rate your dog against rabies. throughout life. COS SDWU Hazel Williams 14.17 <,
Lucian Gauthier Phyllis Grif- Hiway some mites are Whitish and 123; o't. S 104 Ft '
of Blk 47 in L
Bridal Shower Honors J These "stick-tight" scales Ft
K 125 Ft. X 100
Eiland. In Others T- Emma Hughes S.73 ..' ,, "'
fin, and Timmy virtually colorless. I I & COD Est for : "(t
to POB ex l /W
Miss Alethia Williams j lose their legs and antennae
i Lots 2 of Sallie & Joe
Blk 48 in L
29 6 :22! J. W. Thomas 4":; \
the chorus were Larry be tan, reddish or pur I City
Miss Alethia Williams. j jdaughter By Mrs. O. E. CrosbyLAAAAAAAAAAAAA1kAAAA. | may with their first molt and become I T & COS S'D Williams 5.64 Lot 2 in Great OaksSD
Michael Breeden. William ple. 1 Lots 1. 2, 3 & 4 of Gene Xoegel; t., '!'
of and J. : !
Mr. Mrs.
round or pear- Blk 7 & Blk 8
Griffin, Donnie Keys, David ,I, j : number! of fOX Com at XW Cor of X-
There are a
A. Williams, was guest of : shaped outlines. The outer Lots 5. 6. 8. 9. 12 in EU of XWU run E
Newham. Janice Johns Mary will kill I L T & COS ADD ., E. K. 12.04 .
that II Perryman
chemicals '
We had wonderful attendance I
honor at a bridal shower at a spray surface may take on a waxy S40'< S 2S:> to S
1 Joyce Meng, Arbutus Pear- mites. Some old stand-by materials j Lots 8, 9, 10. 11 of sid: of Canal for
at Church Sunday.
Hampton town hall Tuesday covering powdery coat
Gloria a or Elks 19 in L. T. & POB. Cont S 135',
Hank Rainey,
evening, May 28. j sail Don't forget Vacation Bible] I include Kelthane, a cottony finish. They feed COS ADD E. K. Terryman 4.59 W :;56'; to Canal Ely .
Rhode 17 at' Aramite and Ovotran. Lots 13, & 14, of Blk Along Canal! 3SO' to
will June ,
School begin '
Room decorations includeda I Randy Brown, Bobby Hicks, ', by inserting a tiny thread- 24 in L. T. & COS ron 33 6 22 Leota if. McQaeen ; tI i

low archway of greenery) 8:30: a. m. and continue for i Bagworms are an interest- like beak into the rose plant ADD Lester J. Prevail 67.47 Beg at XE Cor of XW' -
David Meng,
and w&ite mums between the : Robbie Hines, one week. Everyone from age i i ing pest. Numerous sacks or and sucking out the plant W ;5fi Ft Of Lot ? &: of XWU & runS
Martin Meng, Ernest Triest, W 56 Ft of Xl.! of 361.5 W 361.5,
gift table and refreshment ta-\j one through 16 are invited to I foliage- 1 juices. 361.5'
Shannon Cox : bags dangling from Lot 9 of Blk 19"in X !6UE, to
ble, and bouquets of* mixed | Martha Batten, attend. I: striped rose bushes are Temples Add ,J J. A. Bell 17.45 I'OB 34 6 !2 24 Jacqueline A. Moorer 3 J.95MEUIIILL

Donna Crawford, Rosslyn Pt'I'onals THE RIGHT POINT fer the I Lots 1. 2. 3 of Blk
flowers. A bride
miniature I happened
of what -
I mute evidence :20 j in Temples ADD A.Iuters 31.JO
Johns, Cheryl Norman, Michelle i : : writ Coiac, in and TAX CO1.LECTOJLCliv
Faulkner way you
the Mr. and Mrs. Harry i I
and trimmed i
groom I Rho- to the leaves. Hand Lots 5. 6. 7 & 8 of OF STAKKE, FLORIDA
Barbara .
Stewart :
table, and decorated cakes and children were visiting ': and burning the select your favorite ESTER-: Elk 1 in City Park 5-9 4t 5-30 -'L __
den Glenda Starling, Janet picking BROOK Fountain SID Mack Futch 7.68
circled the punch bowl on the her mother. Mrs. Hicksin trash-glued pods will put an !

refreshment table. I; Saxon, Nancy Suggs, Katie- Jacksonville Sunday. :I I GRAPH.NOTICE. I .

Thomas Lorena White -'.
Hostesses for the occasion II i' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nor- I ---
Ronnie Hinson. Everett Pear-
were ?bS. Lamar Brown Miss nan and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon I I

Prances Lott, and Mrs. C. W. 'I sail, Wayne Rainey, Edward Jones and daughter visited Xotice i II! hereby given that the folldwln? described lands .

Slade. Rainey, and David Ernest. relatives in High Springs will be sold at Public Auction at 12:00: o'clock noon. on the 7th AREA BUSINESS S DIRECTORY "

I The second part of the pro- day of June, A.D., 1116: at the City Hall. City of Starka. County :
The wedding of Miss Wil- Sunday.Mr. of Bradford. Stat of Florida to pay: the amount due for taxes :

liams and Arthur Redding Jr. gram was several songs com- : and Mrs. Raymond herein set opposite of same, together with all costs of such .

j memorating Memorial Day. sale and advertising:
will be an event of this Sat- Crosby were Sunday guestsof 1-

urday evening at 8 m. at j Many parents attended the her sister and brother-in- 1 DFKcription Amoaat of Taxrx
p. I
i program, as well as the entire of hind S T R A OWllfP and 'Co,t. I AUTO BRAKES BEAUTY SCHOOLLearn I FURNITURE MUSIC SUPPLIES
Hampton Baptist Church. law, Mr. and Mrs. Waverly I II

PTA Supper Honors student body of the 'I Webber in Jacksonville.Rev. \V4 of SE Cor of .., I I

Two Hampton Teachers I school. Mrs. Carolyn Canova. C. A. Crosby is conducting I Sec and run W 105 .J' Complete Beauty Culture.l Home Beautiful Gridley Music

who will not be returning as I Ft for a roe run Hull's Brake Supply"BRAKE Girls Women Men
Mrs. Beatrice Futch, who is a revival at Bowden i X 105 Ft. W 193 Furniture Co. Co Inc.
music teacher next year. expressed .. Tuition Budgeted
retiring after completing 4irs I 'Baptist church near Palatka Ft. S 105 Ft. E 193; SPECIALISTS"For -
her appreciation for I Ft. to POB ". :20'! 6' 22' -...,*;. Lester Pratt J J f7.64 COMPLETEDECORATING
as an elementary teach- i students i this week. Coin at SE Cor of See' Every Car or Truck CENTRAL *RIDA'S

Iwvtand Mrs. Sandra Shever, I the cooperation from j I I Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp I & run W 315 Ft for Special Brush-Up Courses SERVICE Complete Music Stork
I II Turning Grinding
and parents Relining
I' teachers, I a POB. njn N' iRS I
taking a. leave of absence,, Joe the weekend Vast Selection Of Nationally]
during the years she has and son spent Ft, W 210 Ft. S While You Wait Central Pianos' by Baldwin, Storey ACl

were honored by Hampton I 1 music each week in;i, with Mrs. Rudolph Sapp I 105 Ft. E 210 Ft to Hairstyling I Known Brand Names rk, Henry L. MillerFiseliek -

Elementary PTA Tuesday taught in Ga. poTs 29 6:3 Lester Prevatt fT 12.27 )
: the school here. Albany, : Lot9 of fclk 2 in 1314: S. :Main Gainesville College GUARANTEED PRICKS

evening last) week with a j I Glaus Trips MarkSchool's Mr. and. Mrs. William i Sunny Acres !S'D: Alberta Tyson J '%, %.&5 372-1497 Assurance of Satisfaction Organs by RaidniA & Conn

basket supper in the school Greene of Jacksonville Beach : Com of W side of.nd 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville CONVENIENT TERMS Gibson' & Greldi Guitars-
ClosingSchool .V
I 200-200 Ft
cafeteria. ended here Tuesday visited Mr. and Mrs. Leroy; fromo!! Line of !SE-: AUTO SALES & SERVICE 376-4103 FRER PARKING Amplifiers

Corsages and gifts were ; class trips and i iI Norman Saturday. I, Ir1: of SWU & run 1703 N. Main St. Gainesville 1004 N. Main

presented to both guests of : after several Dinner guests of Mr. and N 204 Ft W 213,61j' Gainesville Shopping Center
parties during the last few I II !8 HT.M1 'fI'! to TOB LL'lCOL.'tlERCURY
honor. Sixty adults and children -I I Mrs. O. E. Crosby Sunday I or ETC 21 Tg 371 21 6 23 .1 Carl M. Ritch 85.54 BUILDING MATERIALSRidgway GARDEN SUPPLIES
I !. pOMKT FIAT )IETCORAuthorized New and UsedPIANOS
for the Romie -- --
were present ; days.Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. Parcel Dese or Bk 17-
occasion.Mrs. I Betty May's first Johns of Jacksonville Mr. i 173 21 g 22' Barn Williams et al 18.61 Johnson & Paris, Inc.

graders spent Tuesday the 1! Lot 1 thru 6 of Blk Leslye Best &; Sales-Service- G VITAUSmurUSSIIEE1
Futch taught first and Mrs. Denzil Thomas and i 10 in X Rf'noD!:: V Inez Higrhtower 10.27 Roof Complete Line of :
I last of school, on a picnic : '
day I of Elk: 20' in X Parts MUSICBudget
Lot 3
early in Mike of Lake Wales and SE ElI'LANTS-
grade in Hampton son.
P. Williams .
Branch State Sally : .55I
to Goldhead Reno S.D
her teaching career. and has I Mrs. Fronie Moody of Lake | Trained :Uf'Chanics-Good: Truss Co. FF.RTIUZJoCSIn'ticillt'sI't't TennJLillian'
In Ga-
Park. I Lot 1 of Blk 1
again been in Hampton for Butler. I hagan SID f Floyd Pickens ..4Z1 2.55 Used Can Supplies Music
I Friday last week, seventh Store
the last three years teaching On Friends of Smith Jones will !I Lot S of Blk 1 in Ga- ... ,".. Wood Trusses & "'V* Rent Fertilizer Spreader !
in Principal Aaron Holley J :.55
graders !i R/W
SID ex
second and third grades. She :: regret to,learn of his serious 1 hagan Barkley Motors Prefabricated Components! 224 N. W. 8th Ave. "Gainesville Leader"
class made a : Blk :3 I in Ga-
had retired in 1956, doing j Charles Foster Memorial illness. He is a patient in i Lot hagan 10 in SID ,. vWillie Green X f _It.3.-". 615 N. Any Size Free Estimates PIHXNE 37201':6Gainesville Since 1933

only substitute teaching until trip to Stephen Parents -- Bradford County Hospital I! Com860'r&3fl'(\ Nr Main. Gainesville 1132 So. Main Gainesville] Fla. 112 S. E. First Galnesvllk.

1960. Her husband, Lonnie i at White Springs. We wish him a rapid recovery '' of SW Cor of NAV'i Tel. 312-3961-Collect Call I ,
100 E '
accompanying the group of SW i. X MOVER
Futch, was a school teacher, Mrs. David Brown and | Buddy McRae is home with: 50', S 100', W 60 .. B & G Motors Co. I INSULATIONItOOF'IrcGAll ,

and principal for 48 years, were his parents Mr. and Mrs: to POB 22 6 22 Willie Lee Pearce 24.75 I

until his retirement in June ; Mrs. James Gnann. II Arthur McRae. He attended Cora 866', E & 30* CADILL.COLDSUOBlLEF85IlILLUN: BUILDING SUPPLIES American Gainesville
Futch's second X I
Mrs. Beatrice of SW Cor of N-
1961 making a total of 90years' school at Mont Verde this W>4 of SWU, X Mayflower ,
between the and third grade room 2O': for POll E McCoy Building :[Insulation & Roofing
teaching '
went to the Jacksonville Zoo i year.Mr. loo1. x 50w ior. First Ml* CorpS ** / Sales and Service LOCAL AND WING

two. They plan to spend mostof I week. Mothers going with I and Mrs. Loran Conner :30'; to POB 22 6 23 of Stuart !S! 20.61 Supply Center I CO. DISTANCE; MOVING
months in last and 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 I New Roofs Shinglesor
the summer II I Mrs. Car! and children of Georgia Parcel Desc In DB 88- I And
I the class were Storage CratingGainesville
their cottage in the Blue:I Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosbyof 441 :22! 6 23 Johnny Lan %.$i) PHONE 876-7515 LUMBER; Built-Up !
Norman .
Phone S76-5224
Mrs. Parcel in 83-
Brown Desc
Mountains near Clayton I Jacksonville were visiting, BUILDING: SUPPLIES Roof Cleaning &: Repair
f Ridge I I Mrs. Foster Hayes, and 443 22 6 23 Walter West %.Si
t Ga., but will continue to Youngblood.I I relatives here over the week Lot 6 of Blfc 2 Xat I HARDWARE Fiberglass Insulation

make Starke their permanenthome. I Mrs. Lawton .I end. Williams RID Lottie Mae Reynolds 4.09 Crane Motor Co. No. Main and :23rd Boulevard Blown or Batt Security Transfer

I I Mrs. Maureen Paul, exceptional Lots 19 & 22 of Blk '' *. *u.; II i PHONE 372-4361 Contractor or Retail:
also accompanied LARK AXGLIAENGLISH & Storage Inc.
teacher, 2 in Nat Williams ,
Joan Hinson has I r SID % Elizabeth Givens / 7.68 DAY or NIT

I the group. 1 Lot in NW?4 of FORD : Gainesville PHONE 376-4236 I II AGENTS FOR
Party I
Birthday I seventh grade
Sixth and Let's GoGardening '
W In
as Dec 12314! N.E. lUth Dr. ( aineS'illelI FOGARTY BROS,
Joan Hioson. daughter ofj I students were honored at a DB 70Pg 301 u: 5IERCEPES ,BRNZ VOLVO( CEMENTI..LNTEIS [
"" I:m* mu* mmm* m mmt I TRANSFER Inc.
John *
I hall R/W in Xat Williams \ I I"C.oDlplete ,
H. B. Hinson town
Mr. and Mrs. at Hampton
party Authorized Sales & Service
S/D 22 1 21 V Annie Willlans f 4.05 :JANITORIAL SUPPLIES Local &; Long Distance MovingCrring.StorngeFaekthg
celebrated her ninth birthday evening this week, ;I
) Com at SVT Cor of Service for All
anniversary on Thursday. marking the end of their NWU of SWU run WINDOW SILLS I Mops &; Mopping; EquipmentI I :

May 30, with a party at th* school days here since they I I"in P.400 Ft, N 400 Make*'' STEPPING STONES"If I I. Brooms! Brushes Phone 376-2666
; E 250 Ft for POB 1 1040 So. Main Gainesville
farm home that attending Starke 50G E. It's Cement We Cast It"I. Washes! Cleaners!
be By Ilervey Sharpe Cont E 230 Ft, S University Ave.

noon. after-j school; next year. Both classes Florida Agricultural Extension 100 Ft. "W 250 Ft, PHONE 372-4343 Cement i Rest Room Supplies : XEOX SIGNS;
N 100 Ft to POB ex THE I
The traditional cake and went to Starke for registration Service Leonard "" ,
i W 100' 22 6 2! Peterson 6.32
Precast Products
ice cream were served follow- I: on Tuesday last week. W SO' of X "93:7.5' of .Gainesville, Fla. Don MacClellan Co. Jeffcoat

ing opening of the gifts and' Hosting[ Monday evening's Bugs in your rose garden are S 356. 5' of W% of 2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville,

I Principal Francis like unwelcome house guest SWU of SW ex ,., DODGI"D.RT" Janitorial & MaintenanceSupplieS Neon Signs
games. 1 party were R,'W 22 f 23 Pioneer Finance Co. !&.lg PHONE 372-0953; I

Bookmobile Schedule I I and Mrs. Peggy Kiser, teachers both have brought along a Com at SW' cor of S- DODGE TRUCKS NEON PLASTIC PAINTED
X 500'. E 200' 1 1315 :N. W. 4th. Place
summer-Ion ravenous
grades. ; appe- Neon ( Neon Repairs .
Bookmobile schedule for the of the two for POB. E 50'. X Gainesville 372-2723 I Designing -

summer includes a stop in I Swimming classes, in con- etite. Rudeness may .chase 100 W 50', S 100' SaIe-Parts--.Service CONCRETE PRODUCTS I I Erecting Maintenance*

with the summer j: away free-loading humans, to POll being on Lamar USED CARS TOO 1611 S. Main __ Gainesville
Home'sGrocery junction
Hampton across from St. 22 i !2 > Emanuel Pope U": 27.57 LADIES WEAR
will begin I but not insects. Phone Day 372-0302
recreation I
and program ---
second -"
the "
on Con at XW COP of Foole-Gable
fourth Fridays of each month on Monday, June 17, and The little varmints are SWU of SWU & \ Motors INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Cherry'sGainesville's I Kite 372-8897

sneay racals. The moment you r6n g 160 Ft for a CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE
rOB then run E 208 119 S. E. 1st. Ave: Gainesville Fashionable
turn back they're apt to Most OFFICE EQUIPMENT
Ft. S 50 Ft; W 200 PHONE 3724345AUTO II !
SERVICE zip out from a nearby host Ft X 50 Ft to POB ... _' 'W. Address For Ladies I
AMBULANCE ex R/W 22 I 22 ..Ra1eigh Cu: S.U
plant and begin munching on, of Edwards Building DRF.SSI..S-StITS-COAT8
Com at XW Cor .
PHONE 9642600DeWitt I the best rose in the garden. SW1. of SWU & SALVAGE MATERNITY WEAR I :Most Complete Office

i do insects chomp run S 210 Ft. E 100 Supply Inc. ACCESSORIES
Not only : Machine
Equipment &
C. Jones Funeral Home Ft for a POB, runS
away at the plants, but wont 100 Ft. :E 25S! FtN1O0FtW53Ft Paul's Auto Salvage 726 S. Main3724844Gainesville 105[ W. University Gainesirtlla Store.

of all they eat the pride out o! : '* .
Linnie Tysom et al 1.14 Office Planning
I 23 8 22 Complete
DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director a gardener's prestige. To protect J 1LotInSCorof to POB We Buy Wreckjd Cars At Fla. 'MATERNITY WEAR__, __ I Underwood Products

Starke, Fla. i that pride you've got tc RL: of XEU of SW- TOP PRICES Nan's 601 W. University Ave.
2.i being 100 X t 4 .
RENTAL SERVICES i conquer a horde of creature S bSO' E 4W: 22 6 :23! Elizabeth J. GIVeR 16.37 All .Makes & Models Used ELECTRIC MOTORSElectric Gainesville 872-%.>:)5
Crutches |;l with chewing, sucking. piercing E SA of 8% of SEUof Stork Shop ,
Hospital Bed*, Wheel Chairs, I or rasping mouth parts. I' 'swu of svru :21I I 233> O. A. CruD 3.32 Part '
j Occasion Dresses PAINTS
Lot 5ot Elk Zin Teletype Service-We will find Special
The worst foes of roses are ,
1 Bradford Ht. SID MotorRepair Every Day Sportswear !
.:! thrips, mites I red spider] and ex S 110' Jacqueline. Moorer '.23 any part for you. f ornials.-Long Drettse, Slim ;/ Harper Paint Co.
W4OFtofN 103 Ft Phone 376-4512
aphids. of E i of XW; Regerg&j.fabIe: Co. I Jim Shorts Matching Tops We Stock
1301 S. Main
Gl L A C S'That's Our Business Young thrips are yellowish] I f of SEU of XEUt 6 22 Battle 10.77 OF GAINESVILLE, INC. : BABY GIFTS I WALLPAPERSARMSTRONG

M O Glagg We Have It" minute; slender creatures. 4.1 \VU of SEU of SEU GainesvilleIEN'S SMITH AND
E 1\41' 28* 0 :3'' 4 Percr Sullivam / 19.54 COMPLETE ELECTRIC 114 So. Main -
of XEU n
VISIT mature wisp of a thrip is aboul G AUTO TIRES .)
CALL WRITE or I BIk.ex1LotonS! ... DUTCH BOY AISTSPalntpr'
one-fortieth of an inch long Side. being 220 Ft
FOR feed E iV by 85.7 Ft AND SERVICE I
by '
The little pests rasping SALES I
side 10 S. W. 7th Street
GLASS CO. the plant surface ther t N&Son by 84.7: Ft X W & Son RECAPPINGCars "Distributor of H. M. Chitty & Co., GainesvilleROOFING

the it ooze*i E side in Bland. .,.. Trucks Tractors
I : sucking sap as Ing S/D '.. Virginia W. Smith Jf.V 100 Grade New Lincoln :Motors"PHONE SINCE 1902 I
i % A Cold Rubber
NOT INC.) from the wound. 372-8318 I
( SH of Lot 8 &: All *
I I I Curlee Suit
1 .... Factory Trained Recapper t .
Peters Glass Cflu"We Often thrips to roses ir I U>t' of Blanding 1020 S. :Main, Gainesville
'"Formerly Joe Junhut. Smith so.a Arrow, Norris' Casual Shirts
SiD :
'.huge, numbers from nearb]r English Tire &
Store Front The Helzel l Co.
Design Modern I! Lot 10, 11 CX W 200 f &; Underwear
I Just Mail Us A Pattern For ,!plants.it During is a good flowering idea periods tc- Lota Blk C U in IS.Blaodinjr-14 of! Recapping FLOOR COVERING I Stacy Adams Nunn- ROOFING

SID exV* 150' ofLot Busch Shoes. SHEET METALS
I Table Tops dust the blossoms with eitheii 1111 S. Main Street
I'I : 13 A 14 &part Stetson & Mallory Hat*.
1313 N. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR24353 |i I malathion or chlordane. of Blk C. E of Creek .. Gainesville 372-2197 AIR CONDITIONING

'!I Aphids. are a menace tc: &: Vf .t ditch H Virginia w: Smith 11.23 Central Florida Tile II[l S.E. First St. Gainesville No Job Too Large Or Too Small

Lots 5&7of: Blk 202 S. E. 4th St Gainesville
I tender rose shoots and bud! 13 in orig' Town of I- '. & Marble Co.CARPETS !MONUMENTS

t because of their rapid reproduction Stark It -: Mrs. W T. Marshall 5J.20 I Automatic Transmissions I ILee's : PHONE 372-1491
Btk 14 ex Hoover lot BY

Gas Genie says: rate.Incidentally. in SE cor in Orig .Itt Bradford nltil inS', Monarch, Loomweave, Gainesville Granite !; PHOTO SHOPFuller's
don't blam Town of Starks ',4 Supply Inc. :151.110E ONE DAY SERVICE
< ,
70 Ft of Lot 2 of ;- Downs & Marble Works
MEEl MY GIRL gentlemen aphids for' th< R I k 27 Original f" ** ALL AKES-REPAIR Room Size>-Wall to Wall I Foto Inc.

IaSiuia! [. damage. It's/ a fact that. flip Town, .of Starke exP. ', Installation CEMETERY MON: C3IENTS |. ,

FIUE D-SllE { pant females often reproduc.. w 1 J' -. AW. Hasten :%." AND EXCHANGEGator and Kentile & MARKERS II Central Florida's Finest

!! LIKES I1; I Coin on X side 6t Armstrong Lettering & Cleaning Selection of
I % generation after generatioI I Madison St where it Automatic
without any males around inter E side of Coverings Domestic & Industrial Marble New & Used Cameras

Regardless of, sex, the aphid: Courtt 201 FtN10FtW&: run E Transmission ServiceINC. COMPLETE: LINES OF & Granite I Photographic Equipment I;
; N t turalGas' feed[ by sucking the sap Iron !! Ft7InN4OFt TILES MARBLE Coffee Tables -- Counters Supplies
: :
11 N2FtW4OFtthen G'ville 376-6406 I
1540 Waldo Kd. Blanc & Unite Finishing
the: tender plants, causin; Wly con 52 Ft
Just As Well As I Do. the plant to become deform to Court St then S \ 2135 S. E. 4th St. } In Before Noon--Out at 5

) ed. .1, 125H Ft to POB 2$ 6 23 E. K. Perrymu 61.35 !19 SE 2nd Plate (next to P.O.) Gainesville 37B-61.11 ((619, W. University Gaineavillt

I ., I IO Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 FARM & I DUSTRIALCentral' I
Gasp ask ,Deirripilea t.ioi.t Taxet
in doubt about 'Natural l take hand ii
If you are Nature may a of U.d 5T R'' AOw.*rC a.< .t. MotorcyclesScootersStreit's TYPEWRITERS[

friends and neighbors that use it and get first controlling aphids. If yo\\1 Com at XW Cor of I[
Call & Sty,
:: Bay
information'as'to its convenfence; cleanliness, look. at any army. of aphids run X 21.5i Ft. W I I Tractor Co.: Bicycle Shop Hancock Typewriter
you may spot a friend thi 112: U Ft for POB .' ,

economy .and efficiency. We are sure you will want syrphid-fly larva deflatin; run 155.77 X Ft 94.31, Sly Ft.7Ft Wly I I L. & S. Auto Trim FGRD TRACTORS I Cushman & Vespa Scooters : ExchangeJOHN

Gas too.STARKE the juice from an aphid 1arv Ely 155; Ft to POB 21 2!. W. J. Stud still lI.n'' Ford Fanning Implements Ducati! BSA-Zundapp I
Natural \ :' .: : Auto Agricultural Industrial Motorcycles-Sales & Service! HANCOCK
> at the rate of one a minute V62ofLotg3&: 4 .. Complete UpholsteryTailor

: NATURAL GAS The branconid wasp can dea of&: Co.Blk S/D 61nLT -.9:; Carrie Coleman 9.23:! Made Seat Covers Complete Service & Parts Dept. SCHWINN BICYCLES I Victor n. C. Allen Clary

ConvwUbl Good Used Equipment Locksmith & Safe Work &t"gna-SaIH & Service
a death bloto hundred 0: EV o.ots': If ob Topa

o City Hall Phone 964-1301 aphids by laying its eggs' in_ Blk'.18 in.L. T, 4) .=..... ,; "" -i JCOS Coleu\aa 1.11 ..603 X. W. 8th. Avenue 4483 N. W. 6th. Gainesville 6615 W. CninNlty.ve. 431 N. .Main Gainesville
SiD Joe
I side; the aphid. 'Gainesville 372-8661: PhONE: 376-5430 Gainesville 376-7761 Phone 376553111I1"

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(Continued from Page 12)) rose Beauty Salon. MI
Miss Peggy Webb spent a vc1ckJLIR ;\ lN47

Bill Reynolds, and Don Pang- week with her parents Mr. I

born. and Mrs. John N. WebbShe ( [

Personals: was capped Monday at St.Vincent.s ( _. inI
Attorney Myron Prevatt arrived I School of- Nursingin ........._.. .. .. ._ ..,. .
at ,, ,, ., ,- ..
"""'." ---, ., '. -,,,
,,, ,
", ., -. ,"
home Jacksonville. This is the I ,,. .". .' "" ,- ", \> -" ., ," ",' ,'
from '
the hospital 'I' ( V AM 1 T v $ --.- ........' ; ''- .",,,,,,,,,'",.' '..' ,. .? ,",.,." ''.,'' '.
on Monday of this week. first step in the three year WINNDIXIE-
Marian says he is doing real 1 i I nursing course. I % I I YOU GET ONE FREE tf GREEN STAMP

well, but he will be out of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Roth- I IL '' FOR EVERY DIME YOU SPEND at WINN-DIXIE

his office for perhaps two ;j hammer and children Keena T.
I t t :."-," ,'; ,:- -0 mj' ,(
, weeks j Grant and Reed of North :-'.. f "",.: .. '," '., :'':: % *t :o1
Mrs. Everett Fox and Mrs. :> Little Rock Ark. spent a

Herbert Nelson left Saturday j week visiting Mr. and Mrs. -ff .

to drive to Chapel Hill N. i Grant Rothhammer Sr. and

C., where they attended the Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Roth- 4c,3
marriage of Mrs. Fox's sister I I hammer and family. 00 ST -
Miss Sue Ann Harris to Cliff !j Mrs. Vestie Logan of Har- t .

Outlaw an event of Monday i I lan County Ky. is staying Quantity Rights Reserved i "

June 3. Miss Harris whose I with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ca- Prices Good Thru June 8th $y ndft

home is in New Orleans, is son. WINN.DIXIC STORES. INC.:

I working on her Master's Dei i Johnny Regan Julian Ashley +i COPYRiGHT-1961

gree at the University of N. and Irma Wilkes played. ,I t

C. Mr. Outlaw whose home J and Jean Bass Julian Jaco-I I ? f ,gs 5 TO 7 POUND WHOLE
is in Texas is also working' by, and Margaret Slade sang \ ,
for a degree at the University. I at the Seaside Fiesta in New I _
Mrs. M. L. Beasley and Smyrna Beach Friday. Virginia -

daughter Marian have returni i Ford and Miss Slade

ed from Tallahassee where;I j I presented a pantomine act :

they were living during the that night. j:

Legislature. Marian worked asa j dflOWflIIBBBB ;
Jerry Johnson Mr. and
secretary at Legislature,] Mrs. Johnny Newsom and t

i during the time it was in Mr. and Mrs. Robert McFar-

session. land. all of Hartsville. S. C I \, t5 *s.
Miss Denise Szabo a for- I attended the graduation of

, mer resident of Keystone i Miss Reda Tiller Friday

Club Estates was here to attend i j night. LB
the Junior Senior Prom iBII'
I Miss Wanda Whatley and
with her former classmates. ,, Scott Shiverler of Tampa'
Denise will graduate from P. DEPARTMENT OF
visited her grandparents Mr. AGRICUtTURfFULL
School in Gaines- .,
K. Yonge
i and Mrs. W. L. Brinson re-
ville this week. She said she CUT BONELESS ROUND ,3
| cently.
would love to see her class j I I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Baker FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM FLORIDA

I graduate but she will be in and children of Qulncey visit- I 88 Ctf
the process of graduating theme 'I ed Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen LB, ; Corn EAR
evening, the same time! I I i Saturday. .

:Mike and Jeanie Blum and I Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Corey x {' HASTNGS NEW WHITE U. S. No. 1
their small son will be leav- I SIRLOIN .
and children of Gainesville
ing this week for the North, j 10 39
1 spent the weekend with her. SWIFTS PREMIUM BAG
after wintering at Lake Santa
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Steak LB 88 ; dHam4i1/i9a
Fe. Mike who is working on ;i Durbin. :
his Ph. D., at the Universityof .
i Miss Roy Caldwell of Island .
Florida plans to resume .
the j Grove and Mr. and Mrs. I T-BONE TASTE 0' SEA HEAT & EAT a
his studies in fall so r>
:: David Hinnant of Middle- :
they will be back again. ;' 'burg were recent guests of Fish Sticks 1I'i.LB, BOX 79;
of Mr. and' .
Jimmy Fox son : Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morris Steak LB. 98 ; :.
Mrs. Everett Fox was host to
of 1963 graduatesfrom and attended the graduation 0 TASTE 0' SEA HEAT & EAT
a group of Miss Trudie Morris.
Bradford County Hign j Mrs. Nettie Mann and. EXTRA LEAN, FRESH GROUND Fish Cakes 12-oz.PKG. 391 era x. = r '
School at a cook-out and ,
j three grandchildren of Jack- ;

swimming party on Monday. sonville are here for the sum tB. COPELAND ALL MEAT REG. 59* :sy.
June 3. Jimmy, is also a Beef 5 $189

member of the class. Someof I mer.A. PKG. 491. .
W. Wilson and soninj j J 9 $ Wieners LB.
the KHS 1963 Seniors were t .
i law
| and daughter Mr. and ] "55
present as well. .
I Ii .
j Mrs. Jerry Fulton of Tampa GROUPER
To Whom it May Concern: !
i I are visiting Mr. and Mrs. F.I I '
Monday evening. June 10, is !' I -
I Wilson. 491 Fish Filets Ncr ,,
Ladies Night at the Keystone I I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ver- Roast LB LB.391 PHIS THIS ''THIS ', r, ,

Heights Lions Club Dinner j:! meulen and Mr. and Mrs. G > 9
to be held at the : FROZEN FOOD .ti r I
Meeting j .
M. Whitton of Largo. 1\Ir.1 j \ r
Masonic Hall. BONELESS (ALL MEAT) BEEF ': 1 : '
/ and Mrs. John ,
Bellerjeau i < ,' .. .
Indian -
River City Mr. and I '
I :
Don't miss out on the fun i Mrs. J. W. Simmons and fam- I Stew 6 9 Str,berrIes. 3 16-oz. s* MEDIUM JUMSO
at the Spring Dance at the j I LB. SMALL
ily of Orlando, and Mrs. ;:i I. Cups 3S-SIZE ZT-SIZE
Keystone Beach which will I Ralph Novak and daughter! 0 ell \ .'.SIE
be sponsored by the Junior MORTON Chocolate, Neapolitan, Lemon, Coconut

Woman's Club. I I Miss attended Virginia the Ford.graduation Mr. and ol\I\I DIXIE DARLING HAMBURGER (REG. 2/390)) C P. 8 9.' (A ; T" AlOUPES

nington Disk Jocky from WDVH Tommy will Ken-i fur j Mrs. Ralph Mills of Lees- I Buns 2. a.cr.PKGs.19J ream les &""FOR

burg spent three days with iI i .
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ford and i DIXIE DARLING HOT DOG (REG. 2/39$) WESTERN
The date is Saturday June j j $ $
attended graduation also. I
15, from 9 till 1. I Miss Carol Wolfe of Keyi i! Rolls la.cr.PKGS.191 emonade e 8 Cans 6-or. 1. VINE-RIPE SIZE

Admission will be $1 dona- stone Heights visited Miss S t 27's

tion per person. Marian Fredriksson Saturday. I SAVE 4( EACH BIG G MORTON CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY 3 ;

st William's Catholic Club I :Mrs. Ima Self of Gaines- I I 1 11e FOR

will put on another Steak! ville spent the weekend with Cheerios e 7-oz, PKG. 19 y $. Meat Pes e 5 FOR $1.
Supper on Saturday ; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
July 6. Watch for further an-' B. Campbell.

nouncements. r
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J.KEYSTONE R. Smith pastor HEIGHTS, Ralph We wish to ,- ?u''.4 Ie 5y'+,ir{' .- -,,,, "...,.. .<.!.,",:OYI'...,>fi ':,..'',:;........'..-C.'(. .>.:':.,:,-. 'J r NMM .Y7.. .. ryA. <*|AstofJA .
express our ? .ye.;f C "a f '@' ro .' .'.. ..(''-" '. :...<....._" "t ,' ....'. .7 y ,,' eN.r' r. : 6 ,
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Copeland Minister of Muslo I heartfelt thanks to .r irb.t.ar w; S q. :1' <'\.> <: :> i ....'i. 1 > G
our : / '
many ,. d "w. / "i'i SflORTE ,
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y ,..,if" ''' f I r w 3 i
and church organist "S"M /
friends for all their expres- :J :;

Services: : Sunday School sions of love and sympathy in __. > '. -. '4'J

6:45: a. m. Morning Worship the loss of our love one.-Mrs. :
sIlfsn lif7
10:50 a. m. Training Union Nettie SOUTH. ,
I Stitchberry, W. C. _, ,, .
7:00 p. m. Evening services j I Young and family W. L. --- -- MAYONNAlSt .
8:00: p. m. You are invited to I Bunce and family. :_
share family Prayer time wits THRIFTY MAD! ____ /

us. la The County Judg;>'. court \ 1J norterungr r
COMMUNITY CHURCH Of llrucifurd Count, Florida
Keystone Heights Fta. In Probate $ its 11w
IN Rfi: Estate of { 111
Sunday School, 9 a. m HENUY O'lIARA, QUARTSAVE T HA t .4. '

Morning Worship 10 a.Bi. Intermediate Deceased. ,
Group and Senior FOR FINAL niSni.Uir.K OF i 29c

Group suspended for June, AUMmSTUATHIX SAVE 7<
Notice is hereby given that Limit 1 witK %
v I
July and August.ST. I have filed my final returns I food order. ALL FLAVORS SUPERBRAND ,
n.i Administratrix of the estate I f y
of Henry O'Hara, deceased:
ANNE'S EPISCOPAL that I hare filed my petition
CHURCH for distribution and for final GIANT BLUE or WHITE ARROW a ) t POLY-UNSATURATED Save 15*
discharge: and that on July 5th.
Summer Schedule: 8 a. m.1'| ]963:. I will apply to the Honorable
service each Sunday morning j Theron A. Yawn County ,rycd) ( yf CAN ;,
Judge of Bradford County : .
First Sunday Holy Eucharist j Florida for approval of said al
9:30: a. In. other Sundays final returns and for an order of C Limit one with $5.00
distribution and for final dis- X Limit 1 with food order. :: Gat
Morning Prayer and Sermon charge as administratrix of the I
Daily office: 8:30 ajn. to 5 estate of Henry O'Hara. de- i aJ e g" ,.a. .
rUltPd. L '
pjn. This 4th day of June. 1963. I Q2I
Holy Eucharist Wednesday Administratrix's; Fannie Elizabeth O'Hara ; -

10 am. 6'64t___ 6Tf :! ________
Pinebreeze Grade "AM Medium , ,

o f I Tissue.1 4 ROLlPKG.-391. Fla. Fresh EGGS 50 Free
I SAVE 10< DEEP SOUTH SALAD 1 \ Chocolate Cake ,
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Y11 i Corned Beef 12-oz. 3 9 y. 9l +% g + 1 t ., t 1liP t s'r v 4 Jill
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Hood Soft Rinse pampers all J s + : f r s .: Pr I II ? r d fr / i i" ,_.

poclettook your washalles1, too!.-Fluffs and your towels ,',". b Hood SAVE 6'Afc EACH DEL MONTE E. G. ((303)) 50 Free &tf i Green Stamps 50 Free ##: Green Stamps 1 59 Free :d.vf Green Stamps .'

I and diapers to fleecy soft- + BInded Peas 6 CANS $1 i W
ne%. Leaves fabric so deep ONE 10O-CT, PACKACC One 4-oz TIM L

vrinlkle-frce that ironing's Y.YiON I Dixie Home Tea Bags m lj Fischers Black popper m Bapr Aspirin; : .

The complete fabric softener'__'" I I CANS $1.
I pple4
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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED on Sunday June 9, at 6 p. .m. 'J 15 at the Westlawn Hospital B, 1st Battle Group, 12th

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Friends of the birde and MAXVILLE in Greensboro N. C. SERVICE MEN Infantry, at Fort Lewis Wash.

groom are cordially invited. COUNTY The young man has been Warren entered tthe Army in

( )' Elizabeth GIveos) Church News WITH f named Billy Ray. AND WOMEN .: August 1961 and completed

Greater Free Will Baptist, By Airs. C. B. NolanLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&h Claude North and Pat Dil- ;, I basic training at Fort Jack-

L&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL4L4AAAAAAAAALAALI4AAAJ. Rev. L. McKay pastor. Sun YoUR1t: I AGENT Ion of Ft. Gordon, Ga. spent ': son, S. C. He attended BHS

Summer Program I ed by H. Taylor has inaugurated day was a high day, starting I, .. last weekend with Claude's I before entering the service.

The Summer Program will ,', a project for providing with Sunday School at 9:45: Eight Maxville Students parents, Mr. and Mrs. John'

start Monday, June 17. Par- recreation as a gesture for I a. m. Everyone was upliftedby Receive DIp1cm3Commencement North and family. | Pvt. Henry Hodges, son of Airman 2-c Robert E. Brown

ents are asked to please cobringing: about good community the 11 a. m. Testimonial exercises i i Mr. and Mrs. Vmce Taylor i Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hodges of I formerly of Keystone Heights.

operate with the program by : living. Meeting. At 5:30: p. m. the for the Baldwin High School j and family are vacationing in : Route 2, Starke, recently { has returned to Myrtle Beach

sending their children to enroll | OES Installation I YPCL was held, carried out Class of 1963 were held on! Madison, Ind. with Mr. Tay! completed basic training at ;( Mil after participating in a

on that day. Parents are Worthy Matron Janie S. ; by the vice president, MackI Monday night, June 3 at 8:00: I lor's family. j Fort Gordon, Ga. and spent 1 Tactical Air Command coliI ; -

welcome to accompany their i Mitchell; of Dell Chapter 168 I I Lee Choir No.1, was in P. M. in the School Gymna i Friends of Frank Wellhau. two weeks leave at home I weather deployment maneuver -

children to the lake. Safety is OES. asks all members to j charge pf the song service at sium. Among the 44 students, | sen will be glad to know that here before going to his new I, in Alaska. A navigation

the motto. I mmet Thursday. June6. at 7 7 p. m. and 'the evening sermon were eight of Maxville's young i i he is at home after spending assignment at Fort Hood. equipment repairman. Airman

1 delivered by Rev. citizens 3 weeks in the Riverside hos- Before the I Brown is assigned to unit of
Activities will include swim- p. min the Masonic Hall on was Ray Barber, Janice : Texas. entering a

mlns daily, indoor and outBrownlee/ St. Grand Deputy : Straymire of Macclenny. t wGeorg T. Bell, Edith Harris Sue HarI|.pital, and is improving, service on March 13. he attended the 354th Tactical Fighter

door activities, arts, and i; Annie L. Fleming will instfjl Greater. Free Wlil Baptist ri.s. Bob Kasson, Mary Kil- though still under treatment.We BHS and recieved an 'I Wing. He is the son of Mi

crafts, and reading activities officers at this time, after' Church announces the open- Jw HugginsSOIL gore Patty Parrish and Glen- | wish him a speedy recov, equivalency diploma completing I' and Mrs. Wilton E. Brown of

in the library to improve read which there will be a buffet ing of Daily Vacation Bible _._ da Smith. Miss Patty Parrish i his high school work Detroit, Mich., and is a grad-

ing skills. supper in the dining room. AU i School. June 17-28. All chil- I was the Valedictorian of the | ery.Glad to hear that Mrs. I He will be a general ware- uate of Melrose High School.
The RYC [Recreation I members are asked to please I dren between ages 4 to 16 I i'I SAMPLE TIME is price the farmers have received : class and she gave a most in-i Buddy Wilkinson is at horns I houseman with onthejobtraining

Youth Club is planning to be on time.-Sister J. S. can register. Varied activities here now for some crops. It : for most produce has I teresting address on "Youth i, again after three weeks stay I at Fort Hood.
!i may be a new summer pasture i not been good. One of our '
are planned, including arts 'I day, Leaders in the Riverside hospital. 17M
hold meetings in the new recMitchell, W. M.; Rev. D. Dell 'lbmorrow.1
it may be a fall vegei i.i growers had to stop digging :
and crafts. Weekly meetings: Patty also Miss Helen North is spend
reation building on Grove W. P. I : Pfc Jimmy Warren, son o lSIat
Street in Reno on the followIarriage'I i ; Monday night, Choir No. 1 I table crop, it may be preparing i. red Irish potatoes because three awards. First, The Val i ing this week in Jacksonvillewith Mr. and Mrs. Alexander H \
for clover pasture next; the buyers said the potatoes !
ing dates: June 14, July 1,1 I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Austin rehearsal 8 p. m. Tuesday edictorian award or highest I her brother and sister- Warren of Route 2, Starke.
fall and it is in too big. Such experience ;
i were
and Aug. 23. This club was | Sr. of Lawtey announce the night Faithful Few Club sure pre- honor award, Athletic Award in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roger recently participated in a 15
paring for our next crop of as this makes it difficult to OO6
organized to promote whole-i approaching marriage of their meeting. 7:30: p. m. Wednes- and Mathematics award. Miss I North. day U. S. Army-Air Forcf-
remember that the most destructive J
strawberries. Ii j
some recreation in this area daughter Vera.Mae, to James day night, General Prayer| : Mary Kilgore, who also gavea I Friends of Mrs. Sarah Jane Strike Command operation at
1 j You do not get the benefit acid in the world is .
for youth. Due to the lack' Digs ,son of Mr. and Mrs. : etjng. Thursday night, } ; very interesting address on | Griffis will be glad to know Yakima IWash.l Firing Cen-

of places for people to [ John Digs Sr. of Starke. Choir No. 2 and 'the Ladies from a practical liming program | a sour disposition. "Life is What you Make It" that she returned home on
young if wait till seeding i ii I thought that with a bis ,-._-- ._.._----_ __.__ ..--_,_ _aa.
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have clean entertainment. the The wedding will be held at Circle meeting at home of also won two awards, one a Monday from Baptist
Civics Class of RJE. sponsor- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. I. W. Prince. Friday or setting time to apply it. i;I Irish potato you had fewer: : citizenship award presentedby I' tal. where she spent hOSPi-1 I OUR FAITH -r
i Then you must remember I to pick up, fewer to peel, and:
night, PraTer Band meetingin the Jacksonville Chapterof two weeks recuperating from i '
that a liming material shouldbe they sure make better t 1. \Ve believe there Ii but one llvins and true God, everlasting
of Rev. and Mrs.L. the !
the home I Daughters of the I an operation on her eyes. wiwloui and Koodne..' Maker and
McKay, 7:30-Miss Rebecca worked into the root zone :t French-fries. ,I American Revolution and a Millard Canady of Ft. Ben- :; f Preserver of all thins., both vMble aud 111.1101.nd in the

STARKE Allen reporter. of the intended crop. You rTYTYTTTYTYTTTTTTTTTTyl Cheerleader award. Miss Edith | nin?, Ga. is spending two i unity of this (iodhead. there are three Person of one ub-,
must remember also that I tune, of eternal being, and equal in holiness justice, wisdom
First Born Church of ths r : I Harris received a beautiful weeks here with friends.Mr. I, and diRuItjt the Father the Son. and the Holy (ifco"t.

Living God is sponsoring; a!i there are different liming set of Sterling Silver as the and Mrs. Buddy I power* ::. Me helieve that the >on, who It the Word of the Kather, ,
BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO at 8 materials and a soil test is'! RA1FORD !' tht' and eternal God ..f one substance with the ).
sing Sunday night p. m. Award for the ; Browning motored to Pertox I rry
I' the to know which I jtook man1 nature In the womb of the blesed Mrglnj
All invited to attend only way : best student in Maryland this! week fo- atIaP"1
singers :, Homemaking i |t' hH' whole and iierfeet nature that 1M tu Ita>'. the '*
There 'will also be a selling ,i.one you need. i I. LLLAAAAAALAAAAk&AAA.AA.1 ; for the past 4 years and also': a visit with Mrs. Browning' j manhood were joined tosether In one person, never
in front of j You need to remember also I II received CheQrleader Award. I { divided, whereof Ix one Cttrl-t. 'ri.y God and perfect wan
Saturday night a brother-in-law and sister, Mr i
Mrs. Kathern reconcile
Reddish is' to
REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE I ,factually suffered, was crucified dead and burled
that there is >I .
I I the church. Ice cream. pea- 1! a proper way home from the hospital. Ware : Bob Kasson gave a very good : and Mrs. Don Eichclsor and '! : the Father to u' and to make atonement not ont) for our I
r nuts, fish, ani hot dogs will to take a soil sample. Just !1 glad that she is doing address on "Where Are We !: family. I, ?x actual jtuilt. but aKo for original kin.I .
Gardners I getting a plug of soil from i I 3. Me believe that Christ did truly rl..c ;alo from the
Earl's be sale. The public is invited Going? Among the graduates I
Garage on ,i Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Brown jdead, and took aKain Jibe body with all thinaappertainlnK to
c GulF Service to come and buy a I two or three places in a field I II fine.Mrs.. Kathleen Raiford formerly I was Bobby Nolan, son of j spent last weekend in Greensboro j I! the perfections of man'* unlure and ascended Into heaven and

iiT ALL KINDS OF sandwich. Pastor Elder F. I is not good enough. You need of Raiford passed away Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan, N. C. They carried thei-1 I I j there bitteth until lie fcbaU return to Judge;; aU men at the Iatz

AUTO REPAIR WORK ; E'\.tJ'f Mechabltal Service Howard; Zephania Lane re- I to plug down four to six inches May 29 at the home of her now liring at Baldwin. We are I''j three sons Fred. Jim and j day.4. M'e Relieve the Holy C.hont proceeding from the Kalher.

I General Repair Automatic I ported. i in 10 to 12 or even 15 sister Mrs. Lucy Palhill in I. all very proud of these young j Harold up there to spend the laud the hon It of one subHlam-e, mujefctjand ghlf). with theTalher
I : 01
All Work Transmissions; VhptiPzer. Baptist Church\ different spots, mix them all graduates and wish them the :j |I and the ,Sin, very and eternal iod.
OUlU'antedI I Tampa.Mr. summer. N
I together, and then you have a I I { :5. We believe that eternal life' with find In heaven a por-
Phone 969-2964 GULF PRODUCTS schedule. At 3 p. m. last Sunday 1 and Mrs. Russel Davis : very best that life has to of- .. We are all very sorry to''I lion of tlie, reward of the finally rljthteoun; and that t'.I."tlDIt
the church worshipped good sample representing that i fer. Mary Kilgore was the *i bani-hiiirnt from the preitenre of the Lord and sinendlns torture -
I So. Walnut Starke !I TIRES BATTERIES I and family had as Sunday learn that the home of Mr in hell the. unites of the pernintently ,,"'I..d.. Olatt. 25-4 I Cor. Rt. 16 Starke afc New Hope'B:1Ptist: Church, area.Stop guests his parents, Mr. and' class secretary and Patty Par- onI I j .,..
Temple & by to see us about : and Mrs. R. V. Durrance INalm !):I7; H. ilt7. 8.)
| PHONE 964-6781 Rev. Mosely pastor. The 7:30: I Mrs. V. H. Davis and Mrs.I rish, the treasurer. Bird Ave. off of Atlantic Blvd. i U. Me believe that Jesus ThrUt hrd IIIn blood for the
I I soil sampling. We have sample ,at and for the regeneration of
in Baby Boy I remKhlon of .Ins that are ;
service was charge !
Iroja of Jacksonville.Mrs. bv' .
bags and a sampling tool. ; II in Jacksonville was struck j penitent Kinners and for M.ilvation from kin and from III0nl.,;
AUTO SERVICEGilbert FLORIST I of the Jun.ior. Choir. Other I Tests are run at the Soils Tommy Bennett of Mr. and Mrs. Roger North lightning last week and very | (llom. 3::::>; 1 Jno. .t:5-10: < I' ph. :::1-10..tI
I 'services as usual.-Mrs. Ran- Jacksonville visited her parents : announce the arrival of a 7 I damaged by fire. I. 7. A\e believe trarh and. firmly maintain the .rriptnralidortrine
Testing Lab at the University b faith phone (Rom. Sil)
"I' of jutUficatlon!> )
S. Brown I Colonial Florist ell English reporter. of Florida. This is a "no j jcharge" Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sapp lb. 6 oz. baby son, on May School Supper i. S. "'f' brlieve that JPKUS ChrUt shed Hi. blood for the ('
I'I! Greater -Allen Chapel AME and family during the week- 12 at the St. Vincents hospital j plete rleansine of the jiiHtified believer from all : :
P. T. A. sponsored asupper
HAS NEW OWNERS service for SOIL The
Church. Rev. L. A. ,Sampson i ; in Jacksonville. Th? I | sin mid from Its pollution, subsequent to rp f'nnatlou. (1 0.1-1
HUndtrd OH Service SUtlon I Dot Bagwell, Mgr. TESTING DOES NOT COST end.Mrs. celebrating the closing :,I 1-9.)
FRESH FLOWERS pastor. will observe Trustee -IT PAYS. I Lonnie Dobbs of I young man has been named of school' on Friday evening I f'. We believe that entire" MinetlHcatlon" l I. an in,.' .
ATLAS I II Dav: this Sunday starting Gainesville was the Thursday Jeffrey Roger. (_ definite second" vtnrL. of fcrnef, obtninable by faith on the part I
MEMBER F. T. D. TOBACCO HARVESTING i May 24 at the school house.
I of the fully jiivlified believer. John 15Zirt :(IilS.I
TIRES XL BATTERIES I with Sundav School at 9:45. guest of her parents Mr. and Birthday Party II
Flowers Wired World Wide TIME is here for some of our :! I! Each family brought theirovn ; 10. We belirve thnt the Prntrrootal KapUtm of the 11..1 lyfiliost
Budget Terms- Road Service I I Junior Choir i in charge of ,11 Mrs. J. M. Conner. Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson enter- j and spread it to- 'I i and fire is obtainable II> a definite aet of appropriates
that know I
: Four I supper !
Starke 964-6291
i Phone I a. m. service. Speaker will be Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bur !i tained at her home on Satur- f""h on tie I pirt of the fnlly rlrnnsed believer and the Initialevidence
thoroughly I
right now are: N. G. Hayes, gether. Everyone of the reception of thU experience U upeaklnv withother
Phone 064-7071 Levy J. Williams son of the nett of State Farm visited! 1 with a : :
1! LANDSCAPING Clyde Kelley, Willard Gas- day night, enjoyed it. Guests of honor j tonunen an the Spirit jnve* uKeranre. fl.k. 11I3| Art.
late Henry and Madie Williams their daughter and family weiner roast honoring her son, i| SuptEsh :. i-n: ; 2:1-4: S:17: IA:4l-4l; 19:0.)
407 N. TeU'5)le. Stark kins and A. B. Rosier. for this occasion were
of .Starke. Evening Curtis Kidd old i I II. Me believe in divine lirallns all in the atonement. (ha
WE IN and Mrs. Harold who 14
was years
We have tobacco from about Brant, Mr. Charles Elementary -I :53:4, S; ""ft. 810, 17; Mark 10:14-18"' J.T. ,'.:M-10) .:,. Si2tl.: .)
Service 6 p. m. with Rev. L. and children in Cocoa Beach, on May 30. About 25 young I
LANDSCAPIcG.AND one foot high up to six I Education Supervisor 12. AVe believe in th. imminent personal premllloanlal
A. Sampson delivering a mis- I Wednesday thru Friday. The people joined there to help I : second comlni of our Lord Jesus> (.Jafl.... (1 TheftM. 411 -llhTltn
Principal !
NURSERY feet. high. This has been avery i Former
Hurst'sI 2:1.1 11 Peter 3iI-4 :21:20-41) and love and
; ; Matt. we
r sionary sermon I grandchildren, Ricky and Harold celebrate. After the :
Private and Commercial difficult season to geta L.[ Stack and Miss Walker, a unit for Ilia flPPnrlh.; (11 "'Ino.t.:'*.)
Eddie Thompkins, chairman I Cath returned home with weiner roast the guests
Service Station Property uniform stand of tobacco : i young former teacher. | Sunday School, 10 a. m.-:Morning Worship, 11 3. m.
of the Ttnstee.0aI'l". is them. Mr. and Mrs. Kidd ;i were served birthday cake
Also tree removal :and I This means that growers
expert all members to please I ; i Evangelistic Service, 7:30 P. M.
-SINCLAIR- 4. asking: must be more careful in gathering came Sunday to pick. the i and drinks. METHODIST rnURCE

Tri CountyDevelopment nay your obligations to the and curing their crop. : children up. I I Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Brown MELROSE j Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 7:30 P. :M.

Gas Oils LubricationGoodyear trustees for the support of the Different age tobacco in the I :MrsMaybelle Dobbs spent I II I :received word that their I II Pentecostal Holiness Church

Tires & Batteries | Co. church. same barn will not cure out !I I several days with her daughter -i'I daughter, the former Miss I Rev. Kenneth W. Grill !\, I

1 ]I Mrs. Howard Register I: Pastor 324 W. Brownlee Starke Fla.PastorDAVID I II.
ROAD SERVICE Trimming. I properly. We urge tobacco I II I : Irene Brown who graduatedwith I ,

JYour Satisfaction. Guaranteed Zipper Notebooks $2.49, at, growers to study the leaflet I: and family in Lake City last :! : the class of 1961 in Baldwin : : Sunday School 9:45: a.m. I.. T. McGHEE I
706 S. Walnut Starke 961-6111 :
I I 11
has birth to Worship a. m.
i mailed curing to-I I II given an ttI
Trl raph. we you on .
.Lak ButW 'UV'.6.t26'r RrUAfd Conn? ,I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Addison' I ..------------.:.
< bacco. This is the TEST year : -
: of Lake City were home for
I If
i to, put quality tobacco on the
i f market. Do a good job of insect I several days visiting their ,. E: 29W/;

i control. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore ,

1 .i Rosier and Mr. and Mrs.;
i Cecil Addison Sr. I I
have been the subject '
;I Farris Fleming and son,
ot of discussion more than usual _
'-4 ; I Rudolph of Lake City and
__ I during recent weeks.If I II I
I >', I you are considered a DO- I son, Glen, of Porthmouth, Va. : r .. .1 '
; .. I were the Friday guests of
1 IT-YOURSELF project, there
c ;' Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tomp-
i ? i'is one material that will do I
kins. Glen is planning on buying -
for each of those
a good job
.I the O. B. Gordon place. I II I

r1 : I keep trouble-makers.from suggesting We try a different to-I Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Allen I II ;

the Sunday guest of her
material for each Insect i I were

:: 2 Fof'b when we can help it. If : brother and family the Drew I

we were talking about roaches., Sweats. Mr. Sweat returned.I 1 ; 4 \ /

,. -, (/ \ alone we might suggest a..i home from St. Vincent this .
\ ._ week and is doing fine. '' '. .
'! \ ___ i different material. In this :, .- ,, : ,
# .' : Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Start
t f' ':
case, chlordane will do you ; t'Z
I : and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Williams -
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.1' ; a good job for all three if ,. .
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t ,.' . I of Gainesville were the '
." ;" ',: .' :: : : \ you apply it properly. Wehave ;
3\\ I 'Sunday dinner guest of :
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,' 'l'' fA' a good helpful on .
.t _
I ", 'i. ..v i parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waren \ _
I. termites
: \ killing roaches -
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: "d? Well know that the i Bloodsworth.
> : ,' ..: we _
( + Jacksonville
/\< .. < Mrs. Ida Rahn of -- .
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) ; "' t' 'A.V' -';i is visiting her son and ... ,_ : .. -
.,.. 't ; ': },'.:: ;:, : L. >:. .,: FIRST PRESBYTERIAN I family the Hugh Rahns. : .Wl r= "
t v. ;" : '. "i CHURCH Wednesday she visited Mrs.I \ a1 1 7 a_ -c I
f t t '\; J.' ,
.. .. '" .: : ,::'l1 ; ..,ij II. Walton Grady, Minister 'I Bessie Sapp. __.M -- -- -=- .a..i&L-I -.5 ,'a I

11 W ./ _:. .. ... ""'_,__ .. ",..... ._._ 'I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Casonof -
Week of June 9-15:
Miami arriveo; Thursday : _
SO NICE TO COME HOME TO. .. Sunday Sunday School,I to spend several days with .
9:45: a. m. Morning Worship ; their parents, Mr. and Mrs-

fqLj.E( L E C T R I C ., 11 ,a.6 p.m.m.Junior Evening Choir Worship practice -: Theodore Alice Cason.Rosier and Mrs. .. if:5 A'.-..- --- .. .. .........

7:30: pn.. : Mrs. Mary Freeman had asher [Convertible Mania Spyder Club Coupo

School Monday--Vacation, 6:30: p. m. through Bible i I Mrs.Sunday Earnest guests Freeman Mr.: and Mr.i ii -- .:. Come hill... or high water.

air "
conditioningElectric i and Mrs. James Green and\(

Tuesday-Circle meetings: I family of Jacksonville and '." smoother in Chevrolet Corvair/
No. 2 with Mrs. Lester Crews; Miss Beth Dobbs. Mrs. Freeman 2acations go a .

No. 3 with Mrs. Larry Hardin I returned home with her "

Conditioning not only cools the air, it purifies it. both at 10 a. m. Circle 1, 8 I son, Earnest Freeman .for -

Filters out dust, dirt and pollen. makes housecleaning chores a lot p. m. I few days. I'I''I'B ng on those mountains! They're not so lh: and over or going dry,because there's no radiator. Corvair'sengine
Wednesday-Deacons Meeting Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wade t when you've got Corvair's gutty six h.i rear- ,- is air cooled. No concern about brake adjustments

easier.: Removes stale odors. Reduces the indoor humidity helps: 7:30: p. m. I|i visited their daughter and i engine traction working on them. either, because the brakes adjust

prevent mildew and dampness. Ends hot-weather Thursday Senior Choir !| family. Mrs. Harvey Lonnos I i You scurry up the meanest grades. __ themselves. Nothing much to think

fatigue: and tensions. Brings priceless comfortfor practice, 7:30: p. mASK of Jacksonville. I You move with sure-footed agility on about at all except the good time you're

i Kenny Linsey is visiting i wet pavement, muddy lanes, gravel and having. I II SI
mere pennies a day. 2 comforts in t 1 his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. I other would-be'mis ries. W C1fEVflOLETJt1 Like to do that in a sporty bucket.t .

Year-round electric t And with Corvair's seated Monza Club Coupe or Convertible
Electric Air Conditioning is tried and proven Linsey of State Farm. Kenny most of weight
airronditionir.gccolsJor the wheels have steering 1 tJ 1 I M ? Like to spring into Dimmer with
r carefree efficient climate control 1 at 'is in service over seas. on rear you easy i i
your in I
summer; icarms
I too. Fact is, the handling's so light a 4-speed stick shift and Spyder package
in winter. Mrs. A. W. Brown
fingertips. Enjoyed by a half-million of your :. and responsive we don't even offer with its 150-hp Turbocharged

Florida neighbors. are busy finishing their new I power steering for the car. engine? Your dealer's got just the

home on the Griffis Loop i And there's more to feel good about. Corvair and the Trade 'N' Travel dealI

Take advantage now of the all-time low i :4 Road. No problems with your radiator boiling ATTOUS: 'RCm DEALERS( on it to put you in a holiday mood.

prices and easy terms. See your electric appliance th iI iI TRINITY EPISCOPAL I .opf. mal at extra out
iI .
,1* dealer or air conditioning contractor today. L I S CHURCH MELROSK


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) Command Gravely' PowerTerry's Sundays 10 a. m. Church

-fkuhot( ::t :- flu m.'less b1 l iJ21J 2 I School. 11:45 a. m. Morning

t Saw Shop I Prayer and Sermon First

...,rs CHEAPER, TOOl I Sunday. Holy Communion]. tpjn. GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC.

No.2 I Episcopal Young Church
2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd. I

HELPING BUILD FLORIDA Gainesville Phone: 372-3588 Communion. U. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE, FLA.PACE .
I The Rev. Lee W. Heaton.. ,

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