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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME: EIGHTY_,___ _____STARE, FLORIDA.. TIUKSIMY, MAY %8. 1'Jo'J! ; : NUMBER FOR! '-NiXE




d t S"[ + R .p Valve Opening Ceremonies MondayAt I/n I Hampton Slaying




Natural Gas Compressor I StationTop Son Convicted,



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/ A&s: : kE :zz ;: Inaugural Will Attend HereThe Public S For HearingSet Monday I!I i Mother Freed




i." Leroy Wheeler. 17-year-old Hampton\ Xegro youth, was

a 'Y q ? r eyes of Florida will be on I: On Lake Issue found guilty late Wednesday of second degree murder in the

fi k Bradford County when Valve March 8 shotgun slaying of Emma Haines, elderly Negress.

yy Opening cr compressor Ceremonies station at the at BrOOk-I I A public hearing will be held at j IA Circuit Court jury returned its verdict about 10 p.m.

Wednesday night after four hours of deliberation.The .
&. m. Monday will send natural )110 a.m.fonday, June J. toy the
'" : i surging through the pipe- W'o--" .. ___ # L._ boy's mother__ Louise. Has-._ :
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new
pas
-ti-- .oiaumru [;oars or uouniymissioners \XIm- i
:rl : 1rr line to all parts of the state. j i lands, indicted and tried on the while; Louise and some visiting
to consider the advisability -
I came charge, as a principal to the
'-- flit'ndsnre getting Willie into
On hand for the will
:;:- '' opening ''1
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,, of i
:: ; vacating, abandoning ors.j murder was freed
a car to take him to the doctor
be Floyd E. Stanley president i
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: :
r ','. -'I: ,- and chairman of the board of The j I'I continuing and closing a platted i The \eraict climaxed two fillldsys :n Starke. Willie Felton Turner

l."' .. : -,' 1t Houston Corporation? parent company I:street in Indian Beach Subdivisionon I of lepeliiious testimony from 1:? ore of her children by a

't .: .. of the huge natural gas pro-1 Santa Fe Lake. The street inquestion a long parade of witnesses comi former husband. took a shotgunand
.I' ,- I posed mostly of relatives and started down the road
IAA : ''... .. j3 r rk ject who will extend greetings I!i lies between >lots Si and !I pre-
tc guests invited to tour the sta-i jrrighbors of the Hagans family !mably in pursuit of Blocker
-: i 38 of Indian E ach.I I din the little I j j'of
s.;" ,.: t : r tion at this time. Rep. D. R. Negro settlement east Witnesses testified that Leroy
,
f'd f ."-.}... .. -I' _. ;. )t;;"",'" ,.' : ,. ,>: 4 .:_.:, ... '.. ,'.-t.f ,' ". __ ._ IBillyl I 1 Matthews of the Second )I At the last meeting of the Com--: Hampton where the Sunday Wheeler also Louise's son by
}.'.: .f'J'f ',. ,:!. .. : j} I morning shooling took place.An 'II :mother former husband, caught
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,.', .. Congressional District and Harold mission, the Bradford County. :
,. Colee president of the Florida |I odd twit was given to the up with Willie and took the gun
l'l' :- t I Recreation Board went on record''
State Chamber of Commerce will; : trial in that Louise and her son i from him opened the breech

., make responses. Jerry W. Carter, 'as being opposed to the closing ot indicted on the same charge, were remarked thai i it was unloadedand

{'" member of the Florida Railroad public accesgways to lakes in the (defended by different lawyers. returned to the house. After

"',---: ,",,.'''..'.. ; r" rnd Public Utilities Commissionwill county. Such action would be i,I The woman's innocence or guilt i i'I 'obtaining; a shell. Leroy loaded the

..; "'A also speak. contrary to the Recreation Hoard's hinged cn whether she had urged ( aun and started after Blocker

goal of access roads and boat !j her son to shoot Emma Haines, himself.
A barbecue luncheon will be
launching ramps on all lakes m'!'I or had begged him to come back'' State's witnesses Including
a. served to guest at 1 p. m.. and
h'Stivitit'Sil: be concluded in I the county a letter presented to I!land'; put down the gun. Defense t(ui e's own sister, Katie Lee Pit-
[testimony that made things; lock man and brother. Sam Pitman
Jacksonville, where Gov. Leroy the Commission by James Blood- !
Collins will extend a "welcome worth. Recreation Board cnaiJman,!|better for Louise fi. e.' that she testified that she called to Leroy.
stated. !had tried to stop the youth 1 made !'nd then said. "If you can't get
to Florida" to the
gas company The Board deferred action on nines look worse for Leroy Ii. e.,1'hm I Blocker 1. _get his_n_ damnedtold __nn.__
during a dinner at the Robert
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Myer Hotel. The governor will be the protest in view of the fact thata 'that he had done the shooting I)i mammy.
or his own. without instructions Defense::; witnesses, including
joined in the welcome by William hearing was scheduled for June I
1. from Ms mother!I. Consequently several friends of the family who
Clapp, chairman of the Florida
I the two defense::; lawyers-Zach vere in the house at the time,
Development Commission.
Douglas for Louise! and A. JTMomas testified, however, that Louise

At top: The beautifully landscaped grounds of the new natural]I The Brooker ceremony will climax Seniors Set Jr. for Lei oy-seemed almost had called to the boy to return

station near Brooker are pictured in readiness fo a complicated five-year driver I as much at odds with each' and put the gun up. and that
gas compressor
w rF on the part of the Houston Corp-.Class other in their line of questioningcf she had left in the car to take
the Valve Opening Ceremonies to be held there Monday. Night !
{ oration and its subsidiaries to defense witnesses as they were her husband to the doctor before

bring natural gas to Florida, the For with Asistant State's Attorney she shot that killed Emma Haineswas
CI e-up view of the building housing three :2000-horsepower engines last major population area in ther FridayThe I!Mack Futch. actually fired.

r.r where gas will be "boosted" to a pressure of 975 pounds pe I U. S. to be without this service. Defense and prosecution wit- In a statement previously givento

square inch after being received from Quincy station at 600 pound I Extending from the gathering annual Senior Class Wight j]nesses told substantially the same Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish

i x a Fe ; per,square inch. Square structures at right are rooting vats for the, fields of South Texas, across will be held Friday night. May 29, tOry.. but divided sharply on the and introduced as evidence

}s .. engines. Brooker station, No. 16, is last on the line in Florida. Louisiana Mississippi;! throughthe in the Starke Elementary School I Feint as to whether Louise, seeing I ngainst the boy not against the

j1fi long "panhandle of West cafetorium at 8 p.m. I]her son with a shotgun in pursuitof .mother at the trial, Leroy had

,: : Florida] and on to Cutler, below The class history, class proph- Emma's son, Lucian Blocker. I rdmitted: firing the gun and said:

L 1r Miami, the mainline is around ecy, and ,fast will and testament had said ". if you cant get him "Lucian hit daddy and' I thought

: o } 1.500 miles long with some 1,100 will be presented, and movies ot wt his damned old mammy- he was going to bleed to death. I

miles of laterals bringing the total class activities will oe shown. shell do just; as good." saw Lucian with something in his

x t pipe to 2.600 miles. Cost of BHS principal, g. W. Payne All agreed that the shooting hand. My brother had the gun
i; the mammoth project has been will present awards, and the ded-'l crew out of a Sunday morning I took it from him and got a
revised upward 'several times with fight between Blocker and Willie !shell.'; I ran behind Lucian throwed -
ication of the 1959 annual will De
t % the last! published! estimate beingin : Hagans Louise's husband in the it up and shot." He said he was
made t the editor-in-chief
>y Mary
}, + as the neighborhood of 185.000 street in front of the Hagans trying to shoot Lucian but knew
Agnes Matthews. The school'sAlma
000. home Blocker.' apparently, got the he wouldn't hit him.
Permanent personnel at the station are [1-r]: Pat Mnnden. station Mu Mater will be sung, led byMara
President 1 best of the bout and Hagans returned -I The prosecution brought out
j Stanley has describedthe
foreman: W. II. Hayes Worthington Springs; Reed Lewis, J M1y : Ann Payne
advent of natural ", to his house with blood that Lucian had run from the
Starke: Tom Mobley, Lake Butler; C. E. Scott Lake Butler; Tom the most important industry gas as to There is no admission charge, ,'streaming from his nose. I rcene by the time the shct was

DeMouIIy, Gainesville; Bill Abies, Gainesville Roger I and the public is cordially invited. ,
Kirkpatrick,
; t -y r 1 come to Florida since the com- In the hub-hub that followed f Continued on Page 21 I

Lake Butler; J. B. Kelley, lake Butler; and R. R. Dixon. station ing of the railroads and the'

superintendent large power companies." The entire -
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,. R Fc- permanent employees require some with 800 an in Bradford Crops

annual payroll of around $4.000-

COO. More than 3,100 persons were r

employed in Florida alone during Pepper
Giant scrubbing unit receives natural gas at station and washes it DamageIs
construction of the line with an
clean of all foreign matter before sending it to the pumping station. estimated of
payroll around $35.-


I fl. d -J I. I 000.000.Starke is among the 38 Florida EstimatedAt i
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towns and cities that have contracted -

? :, for and will be served by rrr
J..;..' 'FC"'I 95 Per CentMore r
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natural
gas. The local distribution Ft'
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system will not be ready for operation r 'r

Attractive homes have been completed: at the station for Superintendent -.f; until some time next fall. than 10 inches of rain fall I

( Dixon and Foreman Munden and their families. Homes ]. I t The Houston Corporation is the ing in the Starke area in a sixday -
r rtrent firm cf the Coastal
for several more of the staff will 1 penod. May 19-24 washed
be built in Lake Butler, eight miles ; Transmission N
., t Corp and Houston 1
t away whatever hopes Bradford
away. ra
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A Texas Gas & Oil Corp Coastal '
County farmers had for a profitable -


Two More Groups Go On RecordAs $W$ .-...".'. ... ...',.';;,pr." .", "......... ;r c and built McAllen.Houston the Texas transmission:Texas to Baton Corp.line brought Rouge from, spring R. Wainwright vegetable, deal.J. manager. of 4

the Starke.
) ) State Farmers Market,
fJ1 Jt; on from Louisiana to Florida. ,
.. ;- iil; described the situation as "the J'Y1

Opposed To Lake Road Closing a+t: .. :;iS, 'j :',"" t: R r,:, worst within my memory." He .r
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.. BaccalaureateSermon said that the heavy rains, followed -
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4\.c by hot sunshine, has ruined l 9 5 '
A resolution urging the Brad- at a \ ,:ft: 9P 4. .rAt '
ly was adopted unanimously ./ per cent of the pepper crop <5l w '.

ford County Commissiot.-ers not to i meeting of Post 56 American Leg '.'} "+ -" ,1... }' 2-' w' I Sunday l per cent of cucumbers, and about r P f F

close any public access roads It'adion Tuesday night ."h ...0'i ...' ...... -' ...... 50 per cent of tobacco and sweet,

ing to any lake in Bradford CounThe resolution further placedthe A workman [top center] is seen putting finishing touches on one: corn. Most individual gardens are Calvin Henly and Jasper Byrd neighborhood boy, attempt to

Legion on record as endorsing I of the big 2000-IIP engines which were given a trial run this week. Baccalaureate Sermon for the 1-kewise ruined, although growers speed water away from intersection: of X. Thompson and W. Anderson -
the County Recreation Board'sFtan9 100 Seniors who will may harvest a few and but- from hear rains during past
I They will pump approximately 288 million cubic feet of gas per day. graduate peas Street daring flash floods resulting )

SENIOR Commission on the matter to, acquire and imploredthe additional The engines themselves, like most everything eke at the station, from Bradford High School next said.ter beans later 'on, Wainwright. week. Residents of the neighborhood say clogged up drainage! ditches
week will
be preached at 8
pm.
prevent the water from getting away.
natural
i facilities for water recreation operate on gas. Sunday. May 31, in Bradford Activities on the Starke and*

for citizens of BradtordCounty Memorial Stadium. Brooker markets have
CLASS NIGHT, 1 come to a

on lakes where no SUCh I .. ,p .", t "" Rev. L. D. Haines. pastor of near standstill as a result of the Ft4. IJJ
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facilities now exist. l :, ': Baldwin the First Baptist Church will heavy rain damage. Wainwngnt
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ELEMENTARYCAFETORIUM 'I The resolution urged .Improve Lake 'City 0 preach the baccalaureate withRev. said "we are still running some

ment and opening of these tacili- Donald Kokomoor of the cucumbers, but they are from sur-

I ties where they have been arbitrarily First Methodist Church giving the rounding areas not local."

FridaXioht. closed Qy adjoining landownjers. ono invocation and the' benediction.The Following' the 6.5 inch rain of

May 29 8:00: P. )1. ." __ Loke Butler processional, recessional anda Wednesday and Thursday of last
special number will be presented week another 1.89 men downpour
Directors of the Starke Rotary
STUNTS MUSIC > 231 .. by the BHS Band. Sunday afternoon flooded low
Club, in a called meeting Wednes- J
CLASS PROPHECY resolution Starke Graduation exercises 'will be held areas in Starke and brought thee
day, also adopted a
!h;skin; the position of the Countv COMP. STA. Nt 8 235 at 8 pan. Friday; June 5, in th total for the first five months of

Recreation Board in its oppo- 24 staffium. Addresses will be made 1959 to a 39.28 inch average over

'"..1. I sticn; to the closing of access ;.' .. by the class salutatorian and war the county within a few inches

'goads[ to any lake. ':.. : 227 edictorian, and other members ot of the average recorded during

I I Sigsbee Scruggs. prominent .,' BROOKER 18 t. the class win speak on "Builders an entire normal year.

This Space Contributed Gainesville attorney was guest ," of Today." Sunday afternoon's flash flood

speaker at the regular meeting Alachua 235 :.1 .y,. B. W. Payne BHS principal in Starke was accompanied by hail

Weekly to PublicizeCommunity of the club discussing the re- .. '", '' win present members of the Senior and lightning that shuck one>
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juonsibiuty of parents in rearing class, and diplomas will be Louse <( t
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Events by their children. He was introduced : given out by H. P. Morgan Superintendent a hole in the 'roof and starting a

I Il.y Circuit Judge G. L. Patten. .c. .., ; 441 iWillit i' of Schools. The Band small blaze that was quickly ex- ts4' ,
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THE will provide music. tinguished. Lightning also struck sfY
COMMUNITY I -::::<.t. _' ..,.; "' '
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Recent Birth; ''k:..:'fK'l.1' ,,'......,-. .-''.,' .,,", .-nr.;r, 0 the tower at WRGR causing the >
STATE BANKOP "<,,-.. ,0." .........,.= '- ". ," Recent Birth station to be cut off the air for
].fr, and Mrs. Don Ledger of .''C ( ; .; < >:'''' ': GAINESVILLE: ::., several hours. Attractive new home of Dr. and Mrs. P. G. Felos on Bessenl Roadin
y STARKEMember .
Bayside, Va. announce the 'toirth "" ',. '',4 '" ->
I of a son, David Joseph on Apni L .j. :Maxvllle announce ,the .birth of a and Pratt St. intersection was rounded it during height of rainstorm on May 21. The came rain

( F.D.I.C.) 14. Mrs. Ledger is the former I Above map shows location of Brooker compressor station on S$: ron Ralph William on May 20 flooded with water swirling a- sent Alligator Creek creeping up dangerously close Ie the homes of

Barbara Anders of Starke 231 [Scout Hole Road] in western Bradford County. ]in Bradford County Hospital. [Continued on Page 2] Slack Futeh and Joseph Arnold.
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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA THTKSDAT. MAT 28,193
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Rain Ruins Several InjuredIn Award Winning .v.vvt..v.vt.r..vvvrv.., We have about decided we need has been changed from 7:30 to 8 i

editorial boats to live around here! o'clock. Teachers and Officers
Four Accidents Actress In Film
CLAY HILLby Lucile Whithead (Mrs. RuClphJ meeting at 7 o'clock any player
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Four accidents occurred in town Coming To FloridaTwo : had to take her three meeting Wednesday evening at 8.

F Time For A Change Bradford Crops last week with damage to several Mr*. 9. L. ntrickl R. week-old baby to the doctor Monday We had a few for the p-eachin

cars and minor injuries to several top stars Jeff Chandlerand for.treatment of the arm services Sunday morning who
Continued from Page;; 1] ,persons. Susan Hayward, bring a fiery I A&&AAA&&AAAA. vJ'ich *as: injured at birth. The failed to get out to Sunday
In Voting PrecinctsThe icmance to life in "Thunder in La by vas an unusually large one
Tuesday. May r:,. at 5 p.m. three Buddie "Wilkinsons have just School. Six of these were visitors.
round the pumps in service stations The Sun," new technicolor out- weighing more than 11 pounds at
wish to they were
cars were involved in an accidenton 9.400 baby chicks to take care of we say very
in the area and completely ccor spectacle playing at the
suggested change in voting precincts, as at the this uelcome.
N. Temple A'e. when the first present. They get I'iith.Well
outlined by an election official at the County covering Considerable U. S. 301. also car, driven !by h. E. Haldemanof Florida Theatre Sunday and Mon- bunch of chicks Friday of last we couldn't run off any- This was really a wonderful
damage was
day. Miss this
Hayward
was week. It sounds like some work vhere to church last Sunday sowe Come on next Sunday
Commission meeting last week, makes good sense, done to electric and telephonelines Pittsburgh Penn. stopped to ear's Oscar winner for best actress message.
iT Buddie and Nellie, We missed attended the Highland church and learn for yourself what the
in our opinion, and we hope that the Commis- by falling tree limbs. allow a car to make a left-hand honors
turn. The car behind him. driven Nellie from Sunday School Sunday again where we belonjl and enjoyed subject is, then you will known ,
sioners pursue the matter to a successful conclusion County Agent G. T. Huggins, Described as a "different" western -
John Everd Sisk of Wau- it fell her lot to take care the services very much. >ore about it than we can tell
before party primaries next May vho made a tour of the county by "Thunder" tells the storyof We had only '>S in Sunday School
while Bud attended
elf these babies !
chula, also stopped but the third you
Monday and Tuesday, said that 50-odd Basques from the
. As .shown by figures submitted to the Com- 25 per cent of the tobacco still vehicle, driven by Frank Gorm- French Pyrenees; who, in 1847, Sunday School and church. ard have we a do larger fee attendance that we should than

missioners, one Bradford County precinct (North looks good and another 25 per- ley, failed to stop. head for California with vines Our pastor class George the Adult Chism,women.taughtNellie's this considering the number en- MUSICENTER ,

Starke)) has 2.228 registered voters about 45percent cent may come out of its set- Mr. Gormley was charged with from the old country to start Wayne Johns son of Mr. and oiled. Forty-five of this number June 1 220 N. TempleIF
backs vith a return of favorable failure to have vehicle under con- their vineyards in the new world.
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of the total while another New
( Mrs. Floyd Johns, cut his head were 100 percent members. Needless IT HAS MUSIC
: River) has 82 about 1.5 per cent of the total. weather, but that more rain or trol. Miss Hayward portrays one of with' a shovel one day last week. to say the Intermeadiates WE HAVE IT!
hot dry weather following rain the
party
. In any given election it is extremely unlikely Friday, May 22. also about Spm. a fiery, strong-willed Stitches were taken in the place v.cn the banner again. OR 24-HOUR SERVICE
will raise the tobacco loss. Some oman who is wooed by two
that two cars collided at the Intersection end he had to miss one day ofschool The hour of evening services I
: more than 75 cent of the qualified
per tobacco on high ground has suf- of E. Brownlee and equally strong-willed men. One ,
: electors will turn out to vote.' This means that fered no damage, Huggins said. of them is a hard-bitten guide due to weakness from loss
The 1954 Dodge cf blood.
Church streets.
. while one set of election officials in North Starke Before the rains of last week, driven by Mae Frances Jenkins Chandler I J who undertakes, I if it's planned ;
two farmers had made first crop- against his better Clay Hill had no school Thursday ,
: is handling I.ti71oter from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., travelling west on E. Brown- judgement to
another New River handling pings of tobacco a few cucum- was lad the group through the dangerous of last week because of heavy \ !
group in the precinct is lee St. and the car driven by } insurance_ ,
: bers were on the market, as well Indian country between rain Wednesday. So many of the
perhaps 60. Miriam Sapp Johns of Lake Butler -
: as light offerings ,of squash and was turning 7eft off Church to Missouri and California. The roads were'washed out and other protection ,

: It is obvious: that something must be done to peas: at Brooker. Wade Gaskins Brownie when the collision oc- other is one of the Basques ? covered with water and the

relieve the situation in the North Starke pre- had sold 15 hampers of pepperat cured. *No charges were made. [Jacques Bergerac who, according school officials deemed it unsafeto you want._ .
May 21. His to try to drive the school busses I
$10 per hamper on custom became betrothedto
: cinct, and it appears that Mr. Hardy, who has second picking. 135 hampers on Saturday, May 23. at 5:30 p.m. a Susan when her husband his over the roads. II

: served as an election official for the past ten May 23, had been damaged by car driven by Betty Jean AaKins brother is killed. Friday afternoon we had a we are the people to see. It's a regular part of I

* .ears, has; worked out the most practical, the too much water and were taken Prevatt was slowing down for a The story of love and conflictis heavy thunder storm lightening our service to provide you with all the help you need Ii

: most simple, and the most inexpensive solution. only on consignment.Due turn off S. Walnut St. when her played against a background knocking out our lights teal;ng in choosing a well planned insurance program for
: Indeed, it is his belief that the plan for dividing to the lateness of the season car was Hit and the rear bumper cf magnificent scenery filmed up phones and 'ving all a fright.MUSICENTER.
home and business. Call for
car
r the.county into 11 precincts, instead of the present growers can look only to a -damaged by a car driven 'by Larry 8.500 feet above sea level on famous your us friendly,
few summer peas and collards Steve Broadway. Mt. Whitney. efficient service.HAROLD. i
: eight, will actually reduce the expense of
until the fall harvests. Several Broadway, who was travelling
holding elections since it would eliminate thenecessity C. WALL AGENCYINSURANCE
: St., -
have expressed an opinion that north on S. Walnut was charged
: of double shifts at present June 1 T220 N. TempleIF
having as ,
the only "safe" crop for Brad- with failure to nave vehicle un- THE RIGHT POINT for the -
: ui.several of the county's larger precincts.Mr. is strawberries. In control. IT HAS MUSIC SPECIALISTS"
der
ford County way ;you write. Come In and He.
. WE HAVE IT! 200 E. CaD Street Phone WO 4-4801
of the late season this year, sect favorite
spite Two accidents occurred Sunday your ESTERBROOK I
Hardy's plan would also solve the problem Starke Fla.
OR
f IS> per cent of the strawberry also in the late afternoon. One Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. 24-HOUR SERVICE ,
: without the of installing voting -
expensive procedure growers made money with an on S. Wafnut St. involved a juvenile -- ,

: machines in the county, as has: been ardently average price of $6.50 per 24-pint and the case was turned overto f (

. advocated for several years by companies selling crate through the season. Juvenile Court. RUby Kath-

: this equipment. The election official estimates "This year proved that straw- erine Walsh of Gainesville was OLD FASHIONED HOUSE CLEARING J

: that under his plan all precincts can have their berries can take wet weather." driving the car which was hit in

. Totes! tallied and ready to report by 9 pjn., even County Agent Huggins said "andit the, rear by the juvenile dnver. J ;
looks as if there will be more The second Sunday afternoon I
: in election years when voters are faced with an
berries planted in the county next accident occurred in heavy rain
: unusually long ballot. year! than at any time in the past when a car driven by Robert Lincoln Stock Reduction

: In re-shuffling the precincts, the (Commissioners decade." Cummings of Sarasota. trav- ;f
Another thing Huggins notedon north Temple, was hit
: will be doing no more than is their responsibility the elling on
his tour of the county was trav-
to dp! under Florida law which provides f.ood condition of field corn that on the rear bumper by a car Clarice Men's and Boy's I
Brownlee. !
: that voting precincts shall be as nearly equal in had been planted on land wherea elling west Thomas on was driving the Spring and SummerDRESSES ,

: ize as is practicable. How far Bradford Coun- cover crop had been turned second Elaine car. Mr. Cummings was Short Sleeve

. iyr is from this goal is hown by the size of its under. Organic matter makes the charged with running a red light, 'J '

: present eight precincts; Lawtey, 802; N. Starke, soil more easily worked and bet- causing; an accident. Sport Shirts

: 2228; S. Starke 1185; Graham 88; Hampton, ter able said.Son to. absorb moisture, Hug- Nationally! Famous Names in a Huge

. 308; Theressa. 227; New River, 82; Brooker, 235. gins Stores To Be Open Variety of Lovely Washable Fabrics. Easy Washable Cottons!
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: The law also provides that: "The Board of ,.. ''I Sizes 5 to in Prints. Stripes, Solids, f
Memorial Day 15,10 to 20,14 1-2 to 211-2 o to
County Commissioners in each county, upon rec- Convicted On and Woven i PlaidsFOR ,

: pu;, men .tion :and l approval of the supervisor, Starke stores will remain oper OUR REGULAR $9.98 TO $12.93; I
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: may in any general election year, on or before Saturday: May 30, Memorial Day, 2 $ P f \

. the 84th day prior to the first primary in a gen- Mother Freed According to the schedule adop- 3

: eral election! year, alter or create new districts '[Continued from Page 11 ted the first of the year by th<' $ -

: of precincts. Each precinct shall be numbered Starke Retail Merchants Division,
... fired. but that his mother Em- 1959 holidays which will be observed -
and suitable location be desig-
polling] place at
J* a .
.. "j..natN:' ,-il _* .''-.11.. .A- -_" r p. ..- ma Haines, ..was standing, in her by closing stores are a I Men's 8.2 Oz. Men's Khaki

yaid. follows: .. Army Twill -
: The present. plan of rearrangement calls for When Leroy fired Emma fell July 4 [Saturday]-Independ 1. WORK SHIRTSSummer

two ,precipcts in Lawtey, four in North Starke, to the ground and members ol f ence Day. i l
: the family believed at first that Sept. 7 (Monday!-Labor Day
PANTS J
in Starke. The Graham precinct : KHAKI
.. and two South I
Weight
: ThursdayJThanb.gmng Long
she had suffered a heart attack Nov. 26 [ _
: would be consolidated with Hampton to create Our Regular $4.98 to $9.98 f
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She was brought to Bradford Day. By Blue Bell Sleeves, 2 Pockets
one precinct with a total of 396 voters. New County Hospital where Dr. Don Dec. 25 [Friday] Christma

: River would be consolidated with Brooker into Christoffers pronounced her dead Day. :

: one precinct, with a total of 317. Theressa, the on arrival. An autopsy performed Jan. I, 1950 IPridayl-Nei $ $ '

fastest growing precinct in the county, percentage later showed that a pellet from Year's Dal. 958

: wise. would remain a precinct by itself with the shotgun had gone through 2ISO $2.28
her left arm and into her left
: a total of 227.
side in a downward direction, MUSICENTERJune

: It is conceivable there will be some small puncturing the aorta the body's 1 220 N. TemplE.

: amount of opposition to,the plan from a few chief artery which carries blood -
from the heart to all parts of the IF IT HAS MUSICWE
: voters who might object to going from New River Ladies'' Sleeveless
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body except the lungs. Dr. Chris- HAVE Men's Quality Underwear .
to Brooker. or from Graham to Hampton to
SERVICE
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toffers said that death had been OR '
: vote. It is i understandable why they might object"togiving instantaneous. BLOUSES '
Shorts & Undershirts i I
: ': 'up"their time-honored custom of Second degree murder carries l .

yptjqg<< within a 'st nfs' throw of their homes a maximum sentence of life im Finest Quality, Wash I"+J (
Each
69c
: fcut Dually, in t this day'of hard-surfaced roads prisonment. able Cotton in.a Variety Our Regular
28 to 44 36 to 46
Sizes
and 'autpmdbfles, no very .strong argument can NEED of Styles ? ; I

: be) ''made'to 'suPPort this small inconvenience. A MAYOR'S COURTCases ? Sizes 32 to 33

lo f''miit te ride; ever/two"years) is little I
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handled; in Mayor's Court t a $ '!+ i
: enough |o pay; for the privilege! I of a free ballot Monday, May 25, were: K

and'there Ji e always plenty, of politicians around Frank Gormley, failure to have TO M i8c 211 f-r
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: &ho are more than willing to "haul" voters to vehicle under control, causing an

M the poll? ift they. -have no 'other way of getting accident $27 bond forfeited.
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: th re>" Jim Ricks, public intoxication <: '

S *,/.<* >% plea guilty fine 27.50 or 5 days,
: Schools have been consolidated all over the Larry Steve Broadway, failureto BORROWMONEY -, .

: county' in the interest of economy and efficiency.ffyoiipgster have vehicle under control, DRAPES THRO-RUGS SHOES .

can ride a bus'to school five days lea: guilty, fined $27.50 or 30-daj

: ii vice f unite I f months a year, to.get.an education, suspension of license. Special
Robert Lincoln Cummings, running CIeandUeoPJ Variety of Sizes and Colors Ladies and 'Children
in
"how many adults would feel justified comTamJhjf red light causing an accident A ss Styles ors

: }* about riding'. 10 -or'15 miles to vote everytwb plea, no contest, fined I. Single Window Regular $1.98 to $3.98 $1.98 to $8.98

.. I'--. years'-t-ii' ?. JJ 2.50. 81" and 90" Length
Harold Norman Inot Harold KJformanJ .
:. wife Commissioners have shown commendable

: interest l in' the new: arrangement of precincts and bend forfeited.disorderly conduct, $27 $2.00 $1.00 $2.00

: we hope to see the plan in operation come Bed Gene McCrcy, disorderly con- 1

Iaf. ..arlrnirlrii- ooct, plea guilty, fined $27.50 or
S days. -

:r A Day Of Significance intovication Jaaaes Bailey$37.50[GainesJ or 7 days., public COME IN DAN RIVERSHEETS Boys': Short Sleeve ,.

Bobby Jean Matin doorderlj / SPORT SHIRTS
: Bradford /County will be the center of attention conduct. plea guilty fined $52.59 I

: for all Florida next Monday when Valve Opening or 10 days. TODAYLOANS
_ Fine woven cotton plaids. Sanforizedand
: Ceremonies for the new" natural gas pipeline
mercerized and combed cotton
r .vwfll tie held at the just-completed compressor 'Musicenter'To ;
Finc Muslin 81 x 99 knit pull-overs.
E station! near Brooker. Open June 1

Host on this occasion will be The Houston On Temple Avenue UP TO Regular

: Corporation and its subsidiaries, Houston Texas Musicenter $1.69 0 1 t $1.39 to $1.98 7 7 :;: fSizes
at 220 Temple Ave.., $600 l
: .,Gas & .Oil l Corporation, and Coastal Transmission will
Corporation.:. .. June 1, according to an announcement 2 to 16
ti ,
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: -TheValve Opening Ceremonies ,will be the cliw yesterday by the owner *
of the new service, Sam iSack.
,f max'of: a 'complicated five-year, project_ on the Musicenter will
specialize 11 t
JMU, of Houston? to bring natural gas to Florida: stereophon'c sound,the owner said,. "Folks Find Us SKIRTS I Sofa Pillows Handkerchiefs

: the, last major population area in the U. S. without including single records, albums, I

:, .jdatural. I .gas service. and tapes. Records will .be demo: Friendly That Swing Into Summer AH Colors and Shapes White Regular 15c ea..

: .Girt 1": "ir,:;>. industry-wise! : are .expected to earphones onstrated ,to Zack customers said, providing by use ol a; LOCAL FINANCE Choose from our Color-Bright- Zip-On Covers $1 1 00 Do .

: J.,.-Jft* i3: M1.C wake of bringing this low priced tew concept in musical "presence.* Selection of Gaily Printed, Extra

fuel. :-to .F]( dda. It will be a' significant.day when Musicenter will also be file office Full, Pleated Skirts. Kapoc Filled
JUaalv are at Brooker of Musitime, Regular $1.39 to $2.98
: opened next Monday. a service that t: COMPANY Our Regular $3.98
provides music on a ,fee basis te
..
r#E.Ro jf/ppoRocoujjiTy TELEGRAPH business concerns on the area. 116 X. Walnut Street

..r. *: *%* .EST. 117.. MUSICENTERJune (2 Doors From Post Office) $ S
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKE. FLORIDA THt;RSDAY. MAY %8. 1919N.

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Miss Ann Johns 3. y.. I Infant Drowns fishing minnows.

Weds'G. L. Warren 4 Born Feb. 19, 1953 in San Di :o.

:In Methodist Six kTt. t 1 In Rain-filled Calif. the chile was the daughter
Church II of Mr. and Mrs. John McRae The
w. I I J Minnow HoleA father who is in the Navy, was
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Mr. and Mrs. Silas Randolph .
RetiringT I home on leave at the time. and
Johns announce the marriage of ram-filled minnow hole Wednesday he and his family were staying;
their daughter Linda Sue to Stall I
afternoon claimed the life with the Wesley McRaes.
,', Gladys Mooty Sergeant Gerald Leonard Warren eachersAre r : ,f one-year-old Velma Deen Mc- I
,. -._ r ... ..... -.,_ .. b -.-.- _._ _1$ sen of Mrs. Newn Warren and Besides her parents the child
Rae as she played in the yard at
is survived by two sisters. Jimmy
the late
Mr. Warren.
.- Mrs. A. N. Holliday Gaskins-Norman __ the home of her grandparents.I Marie and Jeanne; and four
The double nng ceremony was 4' : ..Zi' Mr and Mrs Wesley McRae. five brothers, Daniel J.. Bradford Wayne -
Is! InstalledAs Wedding PlansThe performed Sunday afternoon. May niles west of Starke. Patrick and John McRae

PTA PresidentMrs. 24, at 4:30 o'clock in the First Honored The child apparently left the Funeral sen'ices were held at

marriage of Miss Linda :Methodist Church 5y Rev. Donald house unseen and when missed, 3 p.m. Thursday in Pine L"'.vi!

.. A. N. Holliday was installed Gaskins to C. Glenn Norman will i Kokomoor in the presence of the :about: five minutes later a searchwas i Baptist Church with Rev Alton)

(as president of the Bradford be solemnized Saturday evening i immediate famines. started. She was dead when : Dobbs officiating. Burial was m

r. High School PTA at the final June 27 at 8 o'clock in the Heil-; The bride was attired in a white found shortly after in a water- Crosby Lake Cemetery under t'".e
r meeting of the school term brcnn Baptist Church. An item Arnel cotton street length dress filled hole about three feet' deep! direction of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral -

y 'held 1 Tuesday May 19. She succeeds lat week giving the date as June complemented with white acces- < that had been used fo- keeping! Home.

w :Mrs. Charles A. Darby. ?1 was an error.A !sories. She wore a corsage of
will be held after
Other officers installed were: reception white carnations l lilies of the valley -
Mrs. W. E. Bigham ,vice presIdent the; ceremony at the home of the white satin ribbons, and putts -:71

.J..:.,..I ; Mrs. E. A. Yancey secretary -I I D.brides Gaskins.parents Mr. and Mrs. J. of illu&Ton. wO Mn q M Hllr M 10 PC. LIVING ROOM] GROUP

-. ; Mrs. Chester Moody, treasurer -I 1 Miss Betty Jane Morgan, her
; and Mrs. 1... t.:. Dug t'r. only attendant, wore a' mint green Six long-time teachers, retiring Mrs. Jessie Young, Miss Louise ,, have great difficulty in replacing I
CarrolGreenMr. ; Bradford school I Mrs. T. T. Mrs. them.
historian. batiste dress with white 'accessor from the County Raulerson Long I 'L
Installing officer was Mrs. K. .... ies and a corsage of white carna- !system at the end of the present Ola M. Perkins Mrs. Floy Sullivan Other teachers who have re- p t
w and Mrs. Purvis Green of te.rm. were paid tribute at a love- and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. t '
Demorest of
elementary .
supervisor tiens.I I tred in past years and who werealso
-- Starke announce the engagementrnd I ly dinner given Thursday nightcf An tribute to each e-
education in Bradford County appropriate : k
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I 'Warren honored at the dinner were: ; ; rr p
Dewey
N1W- approaching marriage of their of Statesboro, last week in the Starke Ele- .
cf
.oO daughter Alice Faye, to Charles)j I Ga. attended his brother as best mentary School cafetorium. the retiring teachers was given Mrs. Emma Hill Mrs. Blanche
Guest speaker was Dr. B. It. of her co-workers, and
by one
W. Carroll, son of Mr and Mrs. I A grand total of 196 years of Edwards, Mrs. Geo. W. Roberts.
man.A
of St. Kiv-
Tilley president John.
I John R. Carroll of Miami. The I small reception for membersof teaching experience is representedby School Superintendent H. P. Mor- Miss Ava Edwards Mrs. H. C

--- described rr Junicr College. Palatka. who wedding will be an event of June : the immediate families was held the group (from left to right]: (1i.D said his department would Ritch, and Mrs. Beatrice Futch.
the
increasing collegeenrollment I
S.GRADUATES. i at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. c.;.
in Florida. .
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.,'. I I Brown 314 N. St. Clair street.
-- Miss Saundra; JonesIs |New WSCS Officers j Picnic PlannedBy
The bride's table was overlaid witha .
-, cutwork cloth and centered with Complimented .Are InstalledThe Girl Scouts

..... C i if .gn arrangement of white
gladioliflanked '
At Two ShowersMiss following new slate of of- And Brownie TroopsThe
.. by silver holders with
ficers for the Methodist Woman's
burning white tapers. Saundra Jones whose Brownies and Girl Scouts
.w. *.. V- *...* -N. ...yIt's 4- ']girl: and 'lire. Warren are residing marriage to R. A. Green Jr. will installed Society of at Christian the morning Service service were in will have a swim-picnic at the E.
be event of June 6, the L Matthews' Lake cot- 1-Couch -2-SteP End Tables
Your Last Chance to Sign the 'Clock ,in a cottage on Hampton an was in uie First Methodist Church Kingsley
:Lake while he is on a month's inspiration for a beautiful bridal tage on Saturday morning. The
last Sunday:
'leave of absence. rhower given Friday afternoon group will meet at the J. D. War- Platform Rocker l--Coffee Table'
Dial for FREE BULOVA WATCH. The Mrs. E. K. president
May 22, at the home of Mrs. Garl Ferryman ; ren home at 11 o'clock for trans- '
Mathews 347 N. Church street. Mrs. Drew Reddish recording secretary portation. Members will bring 2-Table Lamps 2-Sofa Pillows
Garden Club Mrs. H. C. treas- ,
Clock will be Started this Weekend. You ; Ritch
Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. their own lunch and drinks will be
installs OfficersMrs. Mathews Mrs. L. G. Powell Mrs.L. urer: Mrs. Ethel Lowell secretaryof furnished.

May be the Lucky Winner! H. Jennings, Mrs.T. B. Hard- promotion; Mrs. E. V. Wide- 1..\Vall Picture
J. N. Hopkins was installed ing Mrs. Jesse Newsome Mrs. gren. secretary Missionary i;d- Woodman Circle
..... president of the Starke Garden Maxie Carter Sr. and Mrs. R. ucation; Mrs. W. L. Blair, secre-
:: H Club at a covered-dish supper and R. Andrews. tary of Christian Social Relations; Holds Meeting

installation service Monday evening The home was beautifully decorated Mrs. L. D. Vming secretary of
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y. in St. ]ITark's Parish House. throughout with arrangements the Status of Women; Mrs. S. K. Menibers of the Supreme Forest 129.95Sold

,. Serving next year with Mrs. cf Spring flowers in shadesof Johns, secretary of Local Church Woodman Circle met Tuesday
.. .. at 8 o'clock the
night in home
Hopkins will be: first vice president pink and white. Each arrange- Activities; Mrs. Titus Olson, secre-
Mrs. A. R. Gorman; second ment was accented by the tropi- tary of 'Spiritual' Life; Mrs. Jack of Mrs. Freeman Johns. The meet-

.1M... vice president Mrs. ].[. F. Hazen; cal beauty of waxy magnolia McCombs, secretary of Literatureand ing was conducted ''by Mrs. Wes- on Easy Terms No Carrying Charges

third vice president, Mrs. Jessie blossoms. The tea table was .. Publications; Mrs. G. :So ley Andrews in the absence Of

... Young; recording secretary Mrs. overlaid with a white satin cloth Newcomb, secretary of Student the president Mrs. Ira Wilson.!

-- Paul Raymond; corresponding rand all appointments were of Work; Mrs. George Muggins, sec- The secretary was instructed to We Give ZC'i Stamps
send get well cards to Mrs. P S.
"- secretary, 'Mrs. Joe Sistrunk; early American crystal.: The cen- retary of Youth Work; :Mrs. W. i
: treasurer, Mrs. O. E. CroSby. ilrs. 'terpiece of pink and white gladioli B. Thompson :r., secretary of Denmark Mrs. Lizzie McKmney
-eo xcz: s;LUCKYr 6RA1 9TU.: Warren B. Mizelle and Mrs. W. 1,. hydrangea and magnolia Children's Work; Mrs. H. H. and Mrs. Paul Raymond.
..- :: Bigham Jr., president 'and first;I'blossoms was enhanced by crys- Adams chairman of the Committee -'I During the social hour Mrs >

t-_ vice president respectively of the tal candle holders with burning on Nominations; and Mrs. L. Johns served refreshments assisted HARTfURNITURE CO
l-'nk tapers. by :Mrs. Eula Mae Conner.
Brooker Garden Club were installing A. Davis membership chairman.
y' .Y officers. Guests were greeted at the door New circle leaders for the com- The next meeting will be held
.-. 4 4,+f. > Preceding the installation service by Mrs. Garl Mathews. Mrs L. ing year are: Mrs. J. J. Merz, Circle June 23 at the home of Mrs. Lula Starke ..FloridaEQUIPPED
.. I G. Powell introduced them to Hutto. .' ... ,...
? 2'WATCHES a covered dish supper was en I I One; Mrs. O. H. Haynes Sr., t.R. .""- .. f
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..... !joyed by members of the club and the receiving line composed of .Circle Two; Mrs. Bertha 1'earce. -
their special guests members ol the honoree her mother, Mrs.I I Circle Three; Mrs. George Snell, GravesAbernathyReunion
Tyler Jones and Mrs. Lex Green. _
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The guest book was kept by Miss ScheduledThe
I Circle Five. Wesleyan Service
The buffet
supper table was Linda Kay Sale. I I Unit One president, Mrs.
Guild WORLD'S
centered with a modem arrange- Presiding at the punch bowl Graves and Abernathy: fam- FINESTHiFidelity
ment of and white Nelson Green; Unit Two, president -
pink reunion will celd
gladioli \:ere Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. An ily oe Sunday
and attractive arrangements ot drews. Assisting as floor hos- Mrs. Henry Godwin. June 7, at Gold Head Branch State

FOR THE GRAD mixed- summer flowers- also graced tesses were Misses Judy Dankel, Park near Keystone Heights. A

.. points of interest throughout the Jcan Furlong, Jackie Grider.!Mrs. E. M. Davis A basket dinner will be served.

.- club room. Sylvia Paulk and Mrs. George I I Announces RecitalMrs. Members and old friends of the

M.r F( $$19.95 During the business meeting, Williams Bishop III. The hos- family are invited.

,-_. up presided over by the president tesses were also assisted by Mrs. E. M. Davis will present I

Mrs. Jessie Young annual committee Paul Raymond :Mrs. G. B. Flynn her piano pupils in a recital Tues-. State ConventionOf TO PLAY
t. 'reports and announcements Sr. and Mrs. M. P. Hazen. day evening June 2, at 8 o'clockat STEREO-PHONIC RECORDS

.. :were given. Invited to call between the appointed the Starke Woman's Club. Legion SoonThe r

-. GEM JEWELRY Hostesses for the evening'were hours four to five-thirty, The pupils are: Harold and
I. .
318 41st State Convention of
w.. :Mrs. Garl Mathews, Mrs. W. H. were guests Gayle Andrews Jeffery Warren
.- i Nollman Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr., Susan Wiggins Janet Hardy the American Legion Departmentof HEW
.... A delightful Florida will be held June 4-7
109 towel shower
E. Call St. Starke Fla. was
and Mrs. Gladys Harrington.Kindergarten Jayne Hardy Suzanne Judd. Mary
,.. given Monday evening by Mrs. Louise Haines Michael Sheppard, at the Robert Myer Hotel in 1959
-- 4 Sarah Hunter and :Mrs. Dave Jacksonville. Delegates from Post
Ray Norman Dee Walters Jac-
SS Pupils Paulk at the Crosby Lake homeof 56 will be Harry Rabb. Seeber @
cueline Anne Arnold Sally Ann
... Have GraduationGraduation the latter honoring Miss Saun Fpperson Carol Searing. Wayne Goodman. Bill Graham and Harry r M.d..l SF 119 and Cwnpanioi Remote Speatw
dra Jones bride-eJecL Lloyd. ,
1 Kinney, Dorothy and Elizabeth PLAYS ALL YOUR
y exercises for Mrs.C. Attractive arrangements of' Mixon. Post Commander Rabb urges all RECORDS
.I G. Priest's yellow 'I Legionnaires in the area to attend -
SPECIALSFOR kindergarten pupils gladioli were used to ad Refreshments will be served I
were held in or all of these import-
tt Sunday afternoon in vantage decorating the party following the recital. The publicis any
the First Methodist Church,with rooms for the occasion. invited. ant sessions. He also announcedthat

rMI6 ? 'W Rev. L. D. Haines as the speaker. Appropriate games were played Post 56 had obtained a suite xisrt
M ti "The Life of Christ" was pre- during the of rooms in the hotel for the use
evening and
.
r.; prizeswere Den I Cub Scouts
wu.w '.; ." : sented by the children and HughB. awarded to :Mrs. Mildred and benefit of members duringthe

... r Ingram presented diplomas. Lawson and Mrs. Anna Fender. Have Weiner RoastDen convention. .
-w. Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. playedthe
.ear, processional and Rev. Don The honoree was presented wth} 1 of pack 70 enjoyed a BANK HOLIDAY
.....,;: a gay array of towels from the
GRADUATION
Kokomoor gave the devotionalThe weiner roast and swim party Mon-
--* 20
guests who were members of The Community State Bank
day afternoon at the Jim Chasteen
1...... kindergarten graduateswere the four Bradford County School cf Starke and the Florida Bankat
: Len Register Robin Mullins Kingsley Lake place with 11 boys '
-
Cafeterias.Home Starke will not be open for'
1... Dean Johns attending
Douglas Brown Eb-
.-. made Ice business on Wednesday June 3.
and
cream cake
We Knight Mike Marco. Don Assisting at the party were Mrs
Wb Jefferson Davis'
e-I- Just Arrived -- (Large Selection Frees Lavern Outlaw Nancy Gay were gifts.served following the openingot Vernon Silcox leader, :Mrs. A. E. holiday in Florida.birthday Both a banks legal

Nancy Dowling Denise Winkler, Wilcox, :Mrs. T. G. Patch, Mrs. H. will remain open during their X-
.- Anne Terwillegar. Carol Starling H. Adams Mr. and' Mrs. Jim
Beautiful Farrington usual] hours Saturday 30,
..' or. May ,
.--' Donna Bryant Pam Perry: Jan Helen Masters Chasteen:; and Clyfle Terwillegar. Memorial Day, .-"*"." t 3s--wy: : ,,--1I
Thomas Susan Dyal Ellen Bloods ----.- i-I Ii
JEWEL CASES for Girls and Circle Meeting
.w Boys .-orth. Kitty Hazen Terry Roberts

Robin Warren 'and Linda Helen :Masters Circle met at youJVE

Priced from $1.75 to $15.00 Richardson. the First Baptist Church Tuesday NEVER HEARD I
1 After the program, a receptionwas May 19 at 10 am. with Mrs. JL
given by the mothers in the C. Powell, circle leader presiding.
recreation building. IT SO GOOD
8 m m Bell & Howell MOVIE CAMERAwith Devotional Twelve members attended. The, .
J
was given by Dot
built-in Light Meter, 44.95 Farewell Party Sheppard! and taking part in the I

For Mrs. HarrisMrs. program "Praise from the Isles"
: The Newest Concept Of

,S ., POLAROID CAMERA J. M. Vickers Mrs. Nat was. M.Mrs.'Irby and Laverne Mrs. Outlaw U G. PowelL Mrs.L. As Low As

$72.75 Dankel Mrs. M. A Payne and Mrs. K. C. Byrd gave a report I A Record Shop 15995TRADE

Mrs. :M. H. Sheppard entertained on the May luncheon and program. WITH
at a farewell '. 1 .
party last
Thursday
PORTABLE RADIOS All Transistor Mrs.: Frank JarVis was introduced
evening at the home of tHe latter OPENS
as a new member. JUNE 1ST.
and Tube Modelsfrom $19.95 on S. Water street for Mrs. Ira
The meeting was' closed With 0 40 Walls *
Peak Power
Harris who with her family is: Output r
<
Prayer by Mrs. J. E. Harding.
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.... VM PORTABLE PHONOGRAPHAll leaving June 4 for Valdosta Ga. World Famous Cobra-Tone Arm
...
Arrangements of Spring flow

... Speeds, Automatic Changer ,.44.95 ers .were used to advantage'in UDC Meeting Set MUSICENTERStereoPhonographs New DeLuxe Cobra- fatie 4-Speed Record

decorating for the occasion. Games For Kingsley LakeA Changer

wire played during the'eve
TWO SPEED TAPE RECORDERS -, add prizes awarded to the winners A covered dish picnic will be

.4.. electro or Columbia $99.95 after which refresbme/:;!: is enjoyed by members of W, T. Background Music
were served. Weeks Chapter U.D.C. at the home Prices from

..... Mrs. Harris was presented with of Mrs. F. B. Beard on Kingsley Records Tops In Pops $19.95

....... personal farewell gjfts frqjn the 23: Lake, Thursday June 4, at 12 .
guests and from her hostesses. noon. This will be the final meet. :l. !- 7fI' 1 't. C '
OMPLfTE: O
...1. BULUNGTONSTUDIO Ing of the chapter year.MUSICENTER. IF IT HAS MUSIC WE HAVE ITO LINE, RADIOS. 4

: -t 1> .
Madison St. WMU 24-HOUR SERVICE

& GIFT SHOP -Circle l''of, the Madison Street .J... '' .. WINKLER
.
June I
Baptist Church; will meet Tuesday -- 220 N. Temple ELECTRIC- SERVICE

morning at 9:30 o'clock at the IF IT HAS MUSIC' 220 TEMPLE: AVE.

.-__.104W.jCALLST.PHONE: 1YOA7271. __ Home of Mrs. Freeman: Register WE HAVE IT! PHONE WO 4-4081 234 N. TEMPLE AVE.
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MAY 28 1959 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKE FLORIDA -rtn-
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+- JII. - .. - .... ---,- --"'- T -r Mrs. Roy Jordan of Orlandowas Cripple Clinic Court Tim Changed 4.4.J... r."UI. .)'ot.-_
ths guest of Mr. and Mrs. M.
B. Jordan .from Wednesday to Mayor's Court vail tje op ncd at All lic-U rfws a.X lrr"d 'o qt1 -
Sunday.Mrs. BPW '' t Well AttendedSixtyfive 5:30 a.m. Monday. June 1, so Chat j tend the initiation be hrld :Monday *
David Reid and son of trials nay be finished before Mayor -! mjrht. Jure 1. al the Jo;; r .
Jacksonville spent' Thursday to children were exam- \V. T. Jackson goes to opening', Owen Vaughan, iXaJcd Kulcr.j .

Sunday with her parents. Chief Club l lIves a;< 4 ined during the successful dp-i I ceremonies at the Brooker Compressor j i
i
iN THE NEWS and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter, at ; pled Children's Clinic held last StalTon of the Houston
Lake Santa Fe. Friday at the Bradford Ccunty I Natural Gas Corp. JMUSICENTERJune

...-. ...,- -..----.- -. Dr. and :Mrs. A. Y. Covingtonwere ; 41'a Health Department. Approximately II 1 220 N. TempleIF
I called to Murray Ky. on 250 people jammed the waiting companies of Jacksonville were IT HAS MUSIC
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen Mr. and Mrs. Elton Smith and Sunday; ; when they received word It rooms and halls during the clinic measurements andadjustments.
Roc for !
.nd family spent Sunday with family will spend the weekend in'that Mrs. Covington's brother, ers hours. pnscnt Assisting the doctors WE HAVE IT!
j I
Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Sherwood in Alma, Ga. with their parents"William Irvan 36, died suddenlycf Refreshments were served during << were the Florida Cripple Chil- OR 24-HOUR SERVICE
Wesccnnett. Mrs. Joseph Smith, and Mr. and a heart attack. 300,'
I To the morning including (rm's Field' Nurse. Mrs. Sarah
Mr. and Mrs. N. 3. Dankcl Mrs. M. M. Boatright. Mrs. Lois Gibson of Winsboro, :.sandwiches, and cookies, donated I i iMcCullough; the social workers,
rnd Mr. and Mrs. J.y,. Furlong Mrs. J. L. Ray of Waldo, mother 'S. C. was the weekend guest of by Rotary Anns, and milk and i Irs. Martin: and the staff of the r
were in Waj'cross. Ga. on Sunday cf Mrs. C. W. Colson of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell and I Hospital cod drinks. j Bradford County Health Depart-M
tl icing Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lee underwent: surgery Monday in Mrs. Mattie Gahagan.
and Mr. and Mrs. Murray Ander Doctor's Hospital, Tampa.Mr. Wendell Kelly son of Mr. and Examinations were conductedby :imnt.j : Florida
Dr J. W. Walker. pediatrician Y. Covington, director.
and Mrs. Lowell Mathewsof Mrs. H. C. Kelly of Lawtey. will I j Dr. A. i
and Dr. Harry L. Collins, orthopedic -'
son.Gary
who 1
Hildebran David Canova, Neptune Beach were visiting be a candidate for a bachelor'sc'egree F f } ; a ,expresses thanks to those 1I
both of Jacksonville .
rod Bud Lawson of Mars HillC Mr. and Mrs Garl Mathews on I at the Florida Southern surgeon clcna ted sandwiches and cookies,I
and Dr. Schofield of the
liege! N. C. will arrive this Sunday.. They all visited Mr. and College spring commencement on Dutch East Indies. Representatives rid also to those who helped in: THEATRE
rcetrnj for their summer vaca- Mrs. Bruce Mathews in Gainesville Monday. June 1. He will graduate of several Grace and shoe registration and serving.TERIVILLEGAR .

ton. Sunday afternoon. with a major in psychology.Pvt. ... .. ,, '.
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--- -- -- -- Edwin Mosley former _,.... .. A
a -."; .L .__ _. .... __ r ? SAT. MAY 30
I -
employe of the Bradford County 1

.. .. ..
'" \Telegraph, is spending a leave

with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. MOTORS I
Earl Mosley of Lawtey. After I
completing basic training at Ft. I

Jackson, S. C. He will report r I
June 5 to Fort Gordon Ga. CARS I I
USED
Mrs. Frances Moyer and daughter .It is following the mother to right 1 Mrs. Martha Bales. Mrs., HOME OF A-i

Jane, of Jacksonville were stinct to rock a baby or a in-I J. D. Doyle, and Mrs. E. A. Hall i11 S DtaQSf O HI

Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. child said R. E. BPW members who made the II see.a.Ww.Ifl _.- -rw
Orie Wiggins.Mr. hospital adminstrator, in accepting presentation.The A when KUXCW must
with
Check Clyde
and Mrs. Mack L. Williamswere two rockers presented last second rocker will be used -- ....
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Char- reek to Bradford County Hospitalby in the nursery when nurses feed
these r
les W. McQuaig in Waycross, Ga.. ths Business and Professional babies on formula or premature \ Terwillegar on
over the weekend. Wcmen. babies who need a little nourish- -
Mrs. Gladys Weldon had as Mrs. Betty Jean Sweat is the ment often. Used Specials! NO {

reekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. In st mother to use one of the "We were much in nerd of

Charles Patrick and son of j rockers to comfort her three year these rockers," Mr. Edmondsonsaid. I. DEALERS PLEASE. -t
Sneads. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Weldon old daughter, Linda Kay, who "Nurses and mothers have
tid of Macclenny and Jimmy has an infected knee. teen trying to rock the children
; With Mr. Edmondson are Heft ;m straight-back chairs." '
Weldon of Jacksonville.Mrs. Ton
;
h
195.0QIC.1 1 Dodge / Plus "Hareless Woir. Cartoon
i Brad Lode and son and
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren 1 Mrs. Leslie Sapp and daughter
:Mrs. Mary Oak of Jacksonville ( TRUCK.
end sons of Statesboro Ga. and cf Palatka were last Wednesday
spent Tuesday with Mrs. Shellie Sun.. :May :.11 and
> Dependable.
Mr. and Mrs Richard Ray and visitors! of Mrs. Carl L. Johns.
Hall and Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
sons cf Savannah, Ga. were visit- Gene Shaw of Macon, Ga. spent Mon, June 1
Wells. ing Mr. and Mrs. J..S. Sapp and the weekend with his mother, Mrs.
"Agifllwj to be awfully lovesick" $17995 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parkerof I family over the weekend. Frazier Shaw, l 1952 Chevrolet Fordor Susan Hayward 1
i uyj Hannah,"to take the first Cocoa will spend the weekend m.OO I
Mrs. Maggie Anders visited her Mr. and Mrs. George Hugginsrnd ACADEMY:\ AWARDWINNER
,iD tNt comes along! with Mrs. L. S. Hutto and family. FISHING CAR.
son and daugtiter-iri-law in family were in High Springson
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Freeman,
Gainesville last week. Sunday visiting Mrs. S. M. Jef
Sr. of Tampa were last Thursday -
Mrs. H. A. Durden of Jackson-!r fords and attending the Spring "Bestctress: of the Year"I'
THE FULLY AUTOMATIC Mrs.: luncheon Owen Vaughn.Mr. guests. of Mr.and \Ile Beach was visiting her parents -j Hill Methodist Church homecoming. I 195.00 l 1949 Pontiac TudorRadio

.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch, :
and Mrs. J. C. Vining of & Healer., Auto. Trans.I r i SOSAHKJHWAIIDA
lnt Friday. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazcn were
EASY HOLIDAY WASHER Dcland were Sunday guests of 1
Attending the District Officers visiting their son-in-law and
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining. I
Training Day of the Methodist daughter Mr. and Mrs. Max Fur- JEff CHANeL
David Bristow and Misses Mary ,
Church W. S. C. S. at Wesley long on Sunday at their new Ford V-8 Fordor
Katherine Wainwright and CarolTunpe 195.00 I .9
Community Church in Gain?3- address 926 NW 21st Avenue, L '.
spent Sunday with friendsat
A \ii1e last Wednesday were: Mrs. ..Gainesville.Mr. Good Motor. ; 4kI
I Daytona Beach. .:S. K. Ferryman, Mrs': W. L. Blair,, and Mrs. Billy Burbank.
f Mr and Mrs. George McDaniel i Miss Amy Cnburn. Mrs. J. J. Men I fr, and family of Fernandina -
of Tallahassee! were weekend I
Mrs H. C. Hitch Mrs.; Dr-mld: Ko- i Beach were w' *cnd visitors of 1953 Willys Fordor 4'UI .
295.00 ,
nests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Row-
komoor. Mrs. Drew Reddish Mrs. .Mr and Mrs. M. W. Lance.
land. Gfcrge Snell Mrs C. S. Had- I Mr. and Mrs. H. E. McLarin A Real I Buy! 6 E. ., ,
i Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchins dcck, Mrs. George Huggms Mrs.C ;rnd daughter. Frances, of Fair-
wpre visiting Mr and Mrs. R. A.I D. Williams. Mrs. Titus Olson, ,burn Ga. were Sunday guests of I l.z-R .f.
Green in Tavares, and Kr. and.and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Sr. and: family. 895.00 1955 Word Pickup! ,. "1 4 .
Mrs. J. H. Hooten in Eustis. Jess Newsome and Mrs. Rus-i I i I Rev. and Mrs. Donald Koko- J

Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs. L. F. rpll McRae of Starke. and Perry j'I noor will be in Lakeland all next, Fordflinalic, Radio and .\ completely different kind
Dinkins were visiting Miss Jean New-some of Jacksonville were week attending the Florida an-, Very Nice. .
of Western and introducingto
Mundy at Bessie Tift College, called to Atlanta on Thursday by r.ual conference of the Methodist
C Forsythe. Ga. on Wednesday and the serious illness of their mother Church. Judge E. K. Ferryman fans some of the strangest

Thursday. Mrs. Eunice Newsome. will be Lay Delegate. 1 1095-00 1957 Ford Custom Indian fighting known to
Misses Sylvia Paulk and Judy PFC Jimmy Hazen stationed i in, man. I
Dankel spent Tuesday and Wednesday Germany recently received a 300 Fordor. A Real Bargain.
with Mr. and Mrs. Ervin] broken ankle while on duty there Plus "Down to :Mirth" Car
Andrews at New Smyrna Beach.! rnd will be in a cast for tenreeks. toon.

PURCHASE They brought back with them I 1 1995.00 1958 Ford Ranch I
SPECIAL little Larry David Andrews for a'' Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Royster. Jr.
(I hort visit with his grandparents and family of Jacksonville were WAGON V-8. Healer, Good Tires. Tues., Wed. June 2, :3

.here. I Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. 100% Guarantee 30 Days.
Buck Gill and Lamar Shaw and Mrs. Drew Reddish at Kings-
cf the University of Georgia will(jley! Lake.

arrive home Tuesday for their Mrs. George Jordan and familY 1995.00 1958 Bel Air Chev.
Full Foam E lid summer vacation. of Alma, Ga. spent the weekend f
T-Sgt. and Mrs. L. J. Richardson v ith Mrs. Ben Faulkner and Mr.I Fordor.lower( Glide Radio

and family left Tuesday by oral Mrs. Paul Faulkner.J. Heater( Good Tires. Almost New.
1 w!M- x v. plane for Adrian, Mich to visit E. Darby of Tampa; spent 100't Guarantee 30 Days.
2 4'iecet relatives for a week. last Tuesday to Saturday witt

Miss Vida Jean Gentry of Wes- his sisters Mrs. T. J. Griffin,Miss:: MGM PfMIIS.

,. : ,i leyan College, Macon, Ga. returned Ai.nie Darby. and Mrs. Carrie{ 1955 Ford V-8
Tt Thursday for the summer-'(Ritch. 995.00 NOWHEREttectcnnmr

Living Room Y YY1 n p cation. Mrs. J. L. Gentry and Miss Mrs. C. D. Williams is spending: Custom 4-Door, Radio, Heater WhiteWall
Mary Henderson went Thursdayto this wprfc with her sister. Mrs TOGO I
Tires. Clean Local Car.
bring her home. I|D. J. Clark in Tampa and nexivfek t teu n.tundtom*
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Firth will will attend the Methodist 1 GEORGE NADER !

Suites spend the weekend in Belleville I'conference in Lakeland.Mr. Don't Delay A Check With A MICHAEL BALCON PRODUCTION

Mich. visiting Mr. and :Mrs. WIl-I and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. .., MEAUHGFU* M.N....
liam Whichello. They will aLo were i.ojtinil Mrs. J W. Jack!' 11
K
Several Colors attend the auto races Saturday at rnd dauzh'er.: Hilda in BacontonG .
Similar to Illustration Indianapolis, Ind. !. on Saturday and Sunday. TERMLLEGAR MOTORS TODAY INTO THE GREAT UNKNOWN

x Miss Madge Middleton, Miss Mrs. W. J. Dodd, Jr. and son",
Delia Rosenberg, Mrs. E. A. Hall,i(Bobbv. were visiting' Mr. and Mrs. F
and Mrs. Nate Dyal attended the Dan Priest in Lire Oak on Frida y: Your Authorized Ford Dealer and 1f.
95 With Trade District Three planning meetingof pad Saturday and attended: at; t -
BPW Clubs Sunday at the dance recital in which Leisl]h
ONLY 119 George Washington Hotel in Priest participated.Mrs. i A-l USED GARSFREE

JL. $10 Down $10 Per Month I Jacksonville. Mrs. Dyal. District D. T. Stroud of Jacksonville -I t tA

Director, presided over the meet- was visiting Mrs J. H. Field 31 ... .. ,'.' -I.. -
I I the first of the week. .. -
ing.Mr.. and Mrs. Julian Funk and .. .
.
daughter of Jacksonville werevisiting .. '
) Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chas-

tain Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .

"SAMSON I TE" Nate Dyal, Mrs. E. A. SHOW ....,
Hall and Mrs. J. D. Doyle attended
the banquet and joint installation \ KUSUUTHGttSQR
lUli IMDI
w ;
of officers of the five
rtgokcno*
M umWMiio
.

yyx.e' :aa.;,.1'Y ,, i LADIES' OVERNIGHT Jacksonville George Washington last Friday BPW Hotel Clubs evening.in at Jacksonville _the EACH SATURDAY MORNING, 10:30: A.M.AT Plus loon"Caballero Droopy" Car

x
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knight oi t
1 Reg. $19.95 THE
Gainesville were Monday visitor!
ci Mrs. D. E. Knight.Dr. Thur., :Fri. June 4, 5

and Mrs. W. E Middleto -
observed their 59th wedding anniversary f1"
FLORIDA THEATRE Jia- w
:
on WednesdayMr. ss ; r OUT/)
Irough May Only $16.95 and Mrs., T. C. Hill hav< S J WAYflJohfl'W

I returned from a month's vacatioi 1 "
in their former home town, Jack.
I ,. _..,
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tonville, IlL "RADIO KING AND SENORITA"Pick
.
Mayor and Mrs. W. T. Jackson
were in Panama City ove] UGO
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the weekend on a business-plea


"It's A Fact You Can Do Better At" sore Williston son trip.children stayed Mrs.during Frank with ,Weaver the their Jack ab o, Up'Your FREE Tickets at the Following Merchants :


sence., \
FURNITURE COMPANY [ I Mrs. T. J. Griffin is spendini Simmons' ,Koch Drugs Starke Hardware Co. GO'
DENMARK
the latter part-of the week,wit! .L
t Dr. and Mrs. C. C,, Mendoza fc Ace Electric Service" City Barber Shop .,4

I Jacksonville.MUSICENTEF. .... .
rr"! \I Terwillegar Motors Barksdale's Dept. Store am>"t ALAN FREED JIMMYCIANTOI'

OF STARKE C SANDY STEWART CHUCK BEHK/'j
W Shepherd Radio & TV Local Finance Co. of Starke .

.. June 1 -: 220' X. Tempi Plus "Another Day Doormat"

ti (34 -II6 West- Call SI. Phone WO 4-4321 Starke, Florida :IF IT' HAS )MUSIC., 11 Robbins' Dept Store Gem Jewelry Cartoon.THURSDAY. .

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r- tTr -' I Boat And Fishing either tonight (Thursday) or Fri-
Lt i : Summer
L iJ4. Program Registration.Forms riay. according to an announceEnthusiasts -

t I WillMeet mcnt by Robert Mclnttre. execu-


Should Be Returned Thurs., Fri. tive director.
i. ImmediatelyRegistration Mclntire said that "matters re-
All persons interested in boating -
4J, I fating to the interests f the fIsh.
'
4 ;_ --- or fishing: are asked to meet

forms for the annual L. Overturf. Schedules for the 1t in the Chamber of Commerce of-1 ing and boating public will be dis-

8-week summer program I !ibrary activities will be announced \-. fice on Temple Ave. at 1:30 p.m. cursed.

1 13\'e been issued to all Bradfoid through the respective schools.

\ County school children throughthe Coaches Lennard Register David -

schools they attend. Parents Huire and Playground Director Sell It Rent It Trade It
:: who wish their children to participate John Manning are cooperating .

:T: in the program should with City Recreational 1"1-. ?-Y---' .

\ : complete the registration form Superintendent Bob Benner in a 20 WORDS OR IKS*. Oar lBM>rlloB un.I..M Cktrte) -. 41
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 3* -_ 4* PfFxo w...
and return it to the respective supervised program of baseball. I
% imrorvr ox RF.PKT SKRTIOXS! SAMC AO
schools as socn as possible so that Eoftball.: tennis, tumbling, and -k ,
25:? ADDITIONAL FOW BLIND ADS OR ADS HOT PAID IX ADVANCE.fLASSIKIKD : .
a sufficient number of busses ether outdocr sports slated for I

7' ; __ ft oill be available. the afternoons with an evening ;2J-i; : I DIPL4T _________h__ *l-25 Per !.... Plrat l. *rtt.B

Instructional swimming lessonsfor : program: of pingpong and indoor :, : I1.0O PER INOf FOR SlUB: AD REPEATED) O\K: OR MORE TIMKf
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'The Bridge Nobody Wants' white children will be offered sports and games slated for Tues- : : CARDS OF THANK (C> T. M W.rd.) ._ P-M

each morning at the Kingsley day and Thursday evening. The OVER A WORDS! .4 O.U Per W.r4

Lake facilities of Camp Blanding.The regular: program 'for teen-agers Coffee Day For Cancer FundMrs.
S. M. Wall Co. employees repair -:! pioyees at company expense. WRMORIAL AND RESOLUTION! ------. -------_ .4 O.t. fvr W...
white program will be under leng conducted en Saturday -
the bridge on old S. R. 13 I I The bridge is at the south entrance the supervision of J. C. Hobbs assisted by Mr. Benner will continue evenings : Ruth Broadway, partner In cancer and the restaurant donated SLF.SMEN er .'GENTS WtVTKDX 15 acre farm for Lease or Rent.

south of Lawtey, where Turnapull ;I to "the road nobody i by the regular staff mem- through the the B & G Truck Stop on U. S.: the coffee so that 10 cents 'd Extra $53; to $50 Weekly! All. under cultivation. Reasonable.!
[ earth-moving equipment) : vants." When the State Road summer. Koute Work On Your Day Off And 2 mill's east of Starke op Rd. 16.
large bers and volunteers. Adults of the 301 South and }Morris; Koskey, went into Ule cancer: container for Fvenings Brings Extra Cash. Wife Can be used as farm or pasture
Lioke through last week. I Dept. rerouted U. S. 301 to its community who can assist in Homemaking Program driver f9r Armours, Illustrate each cup of coffee. The totalco1Jt'C'ted May Help Too. Write McXESS CO. \\ rite Box: 213, Atlantic Leach Fla
I'resent location this section of High school girls who have completed IM>pt. Z, Pox 2766, PeSoto Sia. Mem- I tip
The heavy equipment is poweredby the restaurant was $60.10 and other do-
fDimming supervision; are urgedto Coffee Day at HPHouses.
: the 8th grade may par- phi!' 2. TVnn
the old road abondoned and
an International 200 tractor, was contact Coach Hobbs at the where $90 WitS collected for the nations 'brought the amount to Maid Wanted-Good with children.
the county has never officially ticipate in a homemaking program New II OU"" s. Oood Houses. Work Thursday thru Sundays. Call
end used to haul fill from barrow- taken it over. Pot holes have been Ftarke school Busses will trans- sponsored by the Home Economics current Cancer drive. I $90.A i Dial me at WO 4501. Let's talkit WO 4-7464. Zip 6,4
port the students of the Starke On two days patrons of the few years ago Mrs. Broao ay over, let me tell you what I havein
pits to the new lane of U. S. 301. filled! within the last few months Department of Bradford hoU!,..". Or call me about a nice FOR SALE Record player with
area leaving from the Elementary restaurant were invited to donate! used the same stunt to collect a
Carney Hamilton, in charges of but are presently again washed High School. Informal classes in furnished apartment for two, out- cabinet. 741 E. Laura St. Itp
I. School at 8:15 a. m. Monday cooking sewing. and related the price of a cup of coffee for large sum for the polio drive. -ide of town.A. .
the crew, said the Wall Co. is out, with the road in poor repair FOR P.FAT-2 bedroom unfurnished
making repairs with their em- to the city limits of Lawtey. thiough Friday. homemaking topics will be arranged ... THOMH, REALTOR house. Window fan. Corner Christian -
James L. Temple will pick up under the direction of SOS; Temple Awe.. TeL WO 4. .OI and Pratt !':II'I.' Mrs Mundorf
rzi WO 4.6qi; tfrhg
students in the Brooker-Graham- -
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Mrs. Mary M. Gibson.
Couple Injured tamed praise of the whole county Hampton area to arrive in Starke! ,- FOR S.o\LE-Two large lots in desirable roRLP.3) :: acres cleared land.
Miss Alvarez has passed the letter by' 8:15 a. m. John Manning will Educational Guidance m-ighhorhond. Close to town '.iII" Knight I' -
In Accident Assistant Principal Joe Wood and school. Jimmy Moore phone
en to the Telegraph. *_ick up students in the Heil- WO 4-H7I.' 2h* 6'4' FOR REXT! furni-hed apartment
1 will be available at his office in :? rms. and bath abo-". .4 and bath
Shows Gratitude In January of this year, while bronn Springs-Lawtey area to I
J the high school during the summer FOR SALK-19:.4 Chevrolet !Station' I.plo.Phonf' WO 4-4561.;>> 403 X.
raveling through your town of arrive at Camp Blanding about, months for counseling with Wapon. Will take trade. Inquire Walnut St. lip

: Early in January Mr. and Mrs. Starke I was hit by another car 8:30: a. m.Swimming. after 4 p. m. or weekends.. atmithi
students and their parents about Shell Station Lawt.,. Itchg NOW. The ultimate In prestige. 601ENC.RAVEP
and my wife and I were badly students may wear
Henry M. Goldblatt of Rhode Island courses of study and allied prob- business cards, n.n
hurt. We were confined at the I their suits or change at Camp I WAXTKO: -Cook to live in. Three in (price includes plate). Never before
I were injured in an automo- lems. family references and health card. engraving at this low prl<**.
with
Fradford County Hospital EJanding. Each will need a towel.
: I : Bolli;". Rox 57. Melnw. phone Bradford ConntT Telegraph itCITI'.I'S.
be!) accident in the county. Both Negro Summer Program
Lake
Dr. Ritch attending us. Busses will leave Kingsley I Oranlfe 5-5481! Itrtig ,
; were patients in Bradford County about 11 No other activities Summer actvities for Negro I bearing alze! container
the hospital a. m.
at
: Hospital for several weeks and,, "During cur stay :i'Jtudents will be under the direction FOR SALE-Adjustable dress form. ;!I' grown. Also) Plum Carn-r Apple-"
we received the best of care are scheduled for the morning'I'! A- \lo enamel top table. 517 X. Water i iSt I Pear. Hood and Eal"wln, Fig
I were so pleased with their treatment -real Southern hospitality and period. To take swimming lessons of Principals Eddie Thcmp- "on" WO 4-' 7M; iteM j i (Orapevin. Persimmons etc. ErI -

: there and by the friendliness I kins and C. C Anderson and Nero I rreens.: Shade Trees Camellias, over
have attended 1 -
cal warm friendship. In other the student must FORJ.F..1IS4! Pfmtiac Hou e i iTiri 'tl<>.. AulDKii fin. plants
0 of the townspeople; that they 'words instead of being in a town school for at least one.; ? School Supervisor Ozora Trailer. 31 ft. .\. 1 .>f>ndit ion. Can I full of bud and bloom. See our
wanted to make some gesture toP Shell. Negro students should contact I... seen S mi. :;:. of Stark- P. S. :50bv plants fur quality. We are located
where one knows an 'one-the :ear. ()tion"et htit. after 6 p. m. P. 1* miles! east of Keystone Heights
the
the
community. Their decision schools
they attend for
friendships! extended to us madeus Afternoon and Evening Activities Wablin 1PCarpenter on Hiwav 100. Thousands nr plants.0. .
vas to'send a $25 check to the sn activity schedule. .
Eldon Mathews high school C. Carries Nursery, Phone MU
feel at home and one of you. Con tract imr. KrcMentia
: Bradford Cancer fund. Programs To End 31 14'I;. F'rishntnP1" If
County July
thelI band director, will supervise a :; .Ira wins and blue printing II. Johnnn -
"In for all
The letter wag addressed to Miss appreciaticn music program at the high school i All school summer programs are >M. 1 F.*.x I!: --\. P"onf'0 NO MONET DOTN Zenith

:Dc-rothy Alvarez but since it con- I kindness. I am enclosing a check music building. Interested stud-I"I expected to complete the 8-week Teachers Become Students i, !-.-ut: : !tT' .. WashingMachine.; ?, now at tfichc DAHMER'S .

for $25 to your cancer fund with :' 5IMO
lesson offerings "'uP.U -7: corner lots
ents should arrange a on July 31. Parents
IMUSICENTERJune I best wishes and thanks back-to-school for teachers at Converse College ini with 4 room and hath. $%.5:1n Cash. FOR SALE bicrcU
many to tchedule with the music director. ,Dishing to know further details It's istry Fee Perry Davis, I.awtey, Fla. :Sti! -Girls 20 in.

: 1 220 N. Temple the fine people of Starke. I Library activities including en- j j about any phase of the summer at least three of them this I I Spartanburg S. c., while Sprow i 64; two.._.....new..
T IF IT HAS MUSIC Yours rncerely, I i lichment reading, will be under I program are invited to contactL summer. will take advanced mathematics at j iI' X. Walnut St. I; rnme. 5 bath
WE HAVE IT! Ma- H. Charles Cowen. Harland Sprow. :;' :m'. 1I.,?n.nll. $73
he direction of Mrs. Helen I Gibson, program coordina- Oberlin in Ohio and Duncan i hon e. in s '
Henry M. Goldblatt College -
OR 24-HOUR SERVICE 307 Lawrence Drive I lone. Mrs. Nina Andrews. and C. I tor. at the usa building. and Wendell Duncan all members will be studying physics at : ...\li down-.. Anderson.balance' $50 Harden,, mo.Restanranff.r See' Mrs Pyrofax Range

I of the BHS faculty WIll change l<.-v. ltT. SALE
Cranston 10. }(. I. I Three Local FFA Legion Will Make from instructors to students this Duke University in Durham N. C.
I mall estate looking place for rent
Members To Get Awards In Schools tummer. All three have won Awarding of these scholarshipswas in Lawtey. Three hf'drtW'ms modemconveniences. I ALL RANGES MUST GO!
from the National based academic '. Write Mrs. Be!'siOibson. '
scholarships upon high :
i YOU CAN'T BUYI State Farmer RankTwo Gov. LeRoy Collins has pro- Science Foundation. records and proficiency in teaching : TawteT. ttT' PRICE CUT

claimed the week of May 22 Cowen will !be studying chem-: FOR !II'I..: 3 CYL. GAS FREE!

Future Farmers of America I Homes on Alton. Hd. 2 bedroom._ _._ I Old Range Make Down PaymentPlus
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through June 6 as "American Leg- '.
mil 2 Z iw iroom rlnan"lII"""
members from the State Chap ion School Medal\ Award Week," Softball ScheduleIs available. J. W. Thomas.!! Phone WO FREE (Cake Decorators
ter and one member from Bradford Lake Residents -117I. iteM
; it was announced yesterday by Announced See Your Pyrofax Distributor
Chapter will ibe recommended [
TIRETO Post 56 Commander Harry KabD. W.TF.OYard man for workaround
A BETTER to receive the organization's :Motel. Inquire Pixie Motor CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS
highest State Degree, that ot The principles on which the Defend Stand Garden Restaurant with a record Court 744 N. Temple Ave. !PfarkeItrhe. AND APPLIANCE CO. .
awards are made are based on of 5 wins and no losses remained -
State Farmer, at the 31st Annual
'State FFA Convention" in Day.- the individual qualities of honor top banana in the softball FOR SALT-Sn.all farm in CItvLimit" 119 S. Walnut St. Starke

t'courage scholarship, service lead- I league this week, with Keystone S acres barn furnished
PRICE AS LOW
tona Beach, June 913.P. On Access Issue V>n.e. Eltri- apt. size stove.Crosbv AS $129.50
ership, companionship, and char- Heights. 3-3. the runner-up. *' Shelvadore refrigeratorEverything
SAVE YOUR LIFE C. Hutchins, Bradford Chapter f ROT
acter. Results cf games played dur- a bargain. Rt. 1
Advisor, and C. A. Marlowe .c 1; n.. phn". WO l.'fll! itehtWTE1) ". IIANUWRITTNli: SECRETS revealed
ing the past week are:
Post 56 has again taken tne responsibility ; in book of
absorbing interest
Starkp> Chapter Advisor, report Editor of Bradford County .. to
noon r r.n nF.FnIG- all who
22-Maintenance study
of selecting and a- May Shop 9., our character traits.
that riiey have received informa- TelegraphDear riHTOKS "TOVE PHONE" WO "nly $1.00 postpaid. C. E. Boedecker,
Cities Service all-nylon cord tion Trom FFA headquarters in warding these medals to the boy Sir: Keystone 4. In completing a pre- 1-8311. Ur' KHAVE Bo!* 33, Rt 1. tark". Fla. Phone

-- Wilemaster tires are the saf- and girl in each graduating classof viously incomplete game Key- UPlt5I! : Ctp C/.
Tallahassee stating: that the Executive The residents cf Silver Lake,, ws ; a new loan program tot
est, longest wearing tire in each school in the county. A etone beat Maintenance 18-17. farmer T/osns of 1 to 6 Tear FOR fl1NT-2 furnished
Committee of the State formerly known as Supper Pond,, apartments -
history. representative or the Post will award May 26-Development Commission for the entire credit reonlrement 10 and ass per mo. Electric
Association has reviewed thediaper's would appreciate the opportunity S 5 2. of the farmer ana bIll fam utilities, air condition for bedroom
Tube or tubeless, new Mile- the medals to the"students Keystone Tred'1
applications and will recommend to give their side of the controversy S ily. Gainesville: Prodnctlon only. Shady Lawn. P3 mile E. Call
master tires are pound for so honored at each commencement This week's schedule of games socatlon.: CO Korth Vain >:t. bridge. P.essent Rd, RFD Box
pound stronger than steel. to The delegates at the exercise. I to close or to keep open a I to be played: r. in.fvllle. FIlL tfch 440 sign on left. Mrs. Clarke

amazingly convention that the three boys receive public read leading to the lake, ""fa*. tf'hlf
f.cW/ they're priced
yet In his -
proclamation the Governor I j May Development Commission -: RADIOS REPAIREDAll
'low for such quality! the coveted degree. fpondl. Make All .....1aa..I. FOR 8.0\14'-1 i miles S. of Starke
stated that the school medal I
vs Maintenance Wal ..
Shop; Tkanrea gurate Hy leO,
.n
SH arres 257 ft.
hiway
17 I There are over 40 families: residing -
They are:
Billy Dampier, son
award program, as carried on by : do vs Garden Restaurant. >HKPHEHD'9 RADIO A TV rontage. High and dry and all
of "Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier, the on the lake. /r5d lo that !..... tree, OwverJI2 lar l -d Phon. WO 4-0694. 4tp 5'28Fxperienced '
advances
and
Legion, emphasizes number their friends a 1.t l itlatives,; May 31-Co. C vs Garden, 2 K. Call M. Pfc... WO 4Ol
Starke; D. Ritch Green 17, son of
these for Pla.nnXUINC .
the Ktarfce.
qualities Waldo : carpenters wanted to
m.; vs
p. Development
Mrs.\. Nelson Green, itt 1, Starke; of end the fact that'mrirt: of them *.rk in this area. Steady work.
and James Terrell Green, 17, son express purpose developing own boats and you have a pretty: Commission, 4 p. m. : : ENGRAVED Wedding Invttations :Must have own tools and transpor
.
worthy and outstanding citizens. June with double Hirelopea 10. tation. Apply write or phone Jim
of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Green, crowded lake. Add the public and Development Commission for $21.85. Bradford Cour'T Tele waiter Corp. S281 W. Beaver St

; Brooker. you have trouble.Overcrowding vs Garden; Waldo vs Co. C. graph. tt .k-nvill. tff'hgFOR

\9 Attainment of *;e State' Farmer Two FFA Chapters I with high powered June 4-Waldo vs Keystone.MUSICENTERJ. Just Received large" shipment- of .U.E-rArgf cement block

Elect New Slate boats causes accidents to used angle Iron. channel iron. "I"beams. home 1'I. acre lot. 20 pecan trees.ll
UP TO 25% MORE Degree is based on the Future I Suitable for all purposes. \ City facilities. In city limits.
toth the skiiers
and In
Farmer's record in farming, lead- : bathers. I A lo, new stock of doors windows. Wry reasonable. 920 Thomas St.
MILEAGE is still another Of OfficersNew !
erder to accommodate these boats ,!crecns and screen doors used soil Phone WO 4-mi. tfchg
great advantage of these incomparable ership, and scholarship. The degree it is necessary to skirt the edgeof t June pipe, and water pipe all sizes. Steel
1 220 N.
tires-it's like 4r% is limited to FFA members officers to head both local Temple 'ffie safe how case, double porcelain WILL TRADE-IS years diversified
the lake where children '
and xperience In
cabinet sink. bookkeeping
tire free with J active In the KFA of Future Farmers ol IF IT HAS MUSIC Account-
getting one who have been chapters Drop in look around W. T. Jack- ng and taxes: In exchange for posi-
adults
every three you buy. __ __ __ have completed at least two yearsof America were elected at meetingsheld are bathing. The danger WE HAVE IT! p',n rear of Big Dad factory. Starke Mon .with.. commensurate salary and
ALLOWU. here is'plain to see. As to fishing, phone WO 4-4001. Ak for Mr. i u.- with a sense of humor.
BIG TRADE instruction in vocational agriculture Thursday, May 21, in the tiltS OR 24-HOUR SERVICE r flsmeq tfehgCOLOI.L' Write Bookkeeper Box 823-F
ANCE TOO! Stop in... and have in perafIon anoutstanding ag building.The that is impossible during the sum- :3t chrd S/21;

trade in your present tires in supervised Starke officers mer months.Is FLORIST!
program new Chapter Only P. T. D. Florist in Starke. Fort SALE-3JRollAwayBed
.. and drive off with a won- _ _ farming.MUSICENTER. are: Wayne Parrish, president it legal to have picnics in Flowers! wired any place. Flowers :ke new ,:;. Phon WO 4.003
derful new set of Milemas- ; Henry Harrell vice president the middle of a public road strew- WHY PAY RENT?! for all occasions locally. Phone 3tchs /ZS
WQ 4-IJ231.; SQ t EA'"t Vona St. Itcbg:
!
ters ; Jerome Griffis, 'secretary; ing garbage, filth, bottles and I

Jones Richard beer cans in the road, and even FOR REXT-Furnished apart. CARPENTER WORK
Buddy reporter; WILL BUILD HOME ments. KeasonaMrates.) Near o
June 1 220 N. Temple] Cain, treasurer; Lawrence Griffis worse, in the lake? ON YOUR LOT shopping center. Phone WO '-:011 DOCKS
We appreciate the fact that 'r WO 4-5134 or call at 21S S. BOAT HOUSES,
MUSIC
IF IT HAS chaplain; Danny Phillips, sentinel.
MS( SERVICE SILCOX Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office. ADDITIONS
WE HAVE IT! New officers elected for Bradford the public is entitled to the free .. No Down Payment ._tfrbgWAXTED

OR 24-HOUR SERVICE Chapter are: Allen Crews, use of the many lakes in this Satisfaction Guaranteed
-Waitress. B A C Truck
703 Temple] Avenue Starke Fla president. ; Joseph Thornton vice beautiful section of the country TONEY HOME BUILDERS, Mop Restaurant. Apply after 2:36 JIMMY RICKS
and 'n the afternoon .
large lakes should have pub- tfehg.FOR
president; Charles crews, reporter I Inc.
Phone
: ; EugeneBarnes, secretary; He roads and beaches, but they I SALE-Well filled and grad" WO 9-2951
-- -- I should be well supervised with lake front lots southwest side' tCKlng"l..y 3tp 5-28
Nathan Green treasurer; Lane i,Contact RAY FORTH Lake. J. W. KrounleeUt.

I Gaskins, sentinel; Wayne Sapp public conveniences trash cans PHONE 4123 I 2 Box 10.:: Phone WO 41151.
chaplain.The picnic areas, and lifeguards in i Stp ti/4

order to make it safe fcr all HASTINGS MATTRESS
con-
new officers or. both chap- Keystone Heights Fla.
ters will assume their duties the cerned. Men's Leather & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

Rest last Tuesday in June. Never has- access to the lake 710 Lemon St. Palatka

Long Bridge Senior members of the FKA teen refused to residents of this HALF SOLES Furniture Repaired Upholstered ]-

chapters were appointed to plan section, Mount, pleasant regard-I WUD-U ? ? ? I & Refinished
less
and carry: out arrangements for whether they own property on MATTRESSES REBUILT

the annual end-of-school party to the lake or not and it never will I 1.50 upI New Innerspringsand

he held at Strickland's Landing< on be.We Build a Home on Your Lot Box
Springs
do not want to take up too
OPEN May 26.Starke. or Farm? I Men's Rubber Drop Us a Card or Call
NOW I much space in your paper. so we.
will into this matter morefully' I PALATKA EA 5.9166
go i
*
> I NO MONEY DOWN HEELS 85STARKE'S
Postoffice
STARKE WO
as to danger to health and' 4-5934 ,

Open Half Day hazard to life and limb at the I, SEVEN- YEARS TO PAY MRS. PEGGY SHALLER, Starke.A .
"
; UNDER 1W% MANAGEMENT : This SaturdayPostmaster .meeting on June 1. I OABSTRA'CT NEEDED SHOEREPAIRING rent

Thank you for this opportunityof tfchgONETON I
We Do Not
expressing our opinoan.
G. J. McGnff announced

: yesterday that the Starke For the residents of Silver Lake. Keep Your Deed 123 S. Walnut St.

Respectfully yours,
postoffice will remain open from Dorothy Kerrigan AS LOW AS $37.50 Across from Park TheatreFOR
1-
: :[ 8 a.m. until 12 noon Saturday in Air Conditioner
.
: spite of the factthat it iS May May 25. 1959 I PER MONTH

REXT-On
KlngMey! Lake furnished -
30. Memorial Day, a national holi I 3 bedroom house..
day. feet the holiday comes on Satur- We build anywhere in Florida Sept. All electric kitchen and May dock thru
We extend a cordial welcome day and stores will remain open Phone WO 4-UCI or LE 3-2541.: $$168.00
McGriff said that due to the and no travel] added
it was felt that it would be'too 2tchr S'3 e

". friends and great an inconvenience to the public BLOCK OR FRAME FOR REXT-Furnished garage
all old customers
'. to our W. C. T. U. for the post office to be closed apartment on Kingsley Lake. Comrnpetely Service
Warranty
".- $25.00 IN CASH furnished except linens. Included
ANNOUNCING' INTERDENOMINATIONAL all day. Trent by week only. Phone WO 4-

': .. topayusavisit YOUTH TOTAL ABSTINENCE .The postmaster said there would FOR LEAD OF SALE 401 tfrhg
of mail but that \WINKLERJkffService
.-.. 4 TRAINING CAMP.AVON be no" delivery' Tailor made t/rapies made to order.
business, booses can receive first Mrs. P.obbie Shaller. 209 E. AdkinsSt
L ._ _".. w ....;, PARK. FLORIDA: TEENAGERS calling Mail To: "HOMES" Phone WO 4.594. Itchg
: 27TH. c1a.a.niail .and pac ages toy
JUNE 22ND -
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FOR INFORMATION CONTACT for them during the morning 902 S. Range Madison, Fla. Georgia Red Sweet Potatoes. Plants I
For Sale. Owen Simmons, Hampton.
It .. SECRETARY LOCAL LAURA ,at toe postofOce. Pboo Hobart S-H71. SUbS 1.4 :

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I -THURSDAY MAY 28 1959 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: ; STARKE FLORIDA PAGE SEti'E1


\ 0- St. Edward's Catholic Chirtu .........y.TTTTTT TTTTTTILAWTEY Tyre'r I ...y.yy.yy.y.y..... 'VnBROOKER / they all visited Mr. and Mrs. swim refreshments of sandwiches

\ f Starke, Finite The Fred Moores had as Sunday ny Dukes in Lake Butler. Son-I and soft drinks were served by

: I. SunaaMass at 10 a,'m. guests Mr. and Mrs. Billy Torode I Mr. and Mrs Arthur Mrs. McDarid and Rev. Temple.

Holyday Masses at 8:30: a. m. & and son of Gainesville. Gulf Hammccn were recent guests Twenty young people enjoyed thfoccasion.
: CHURCH dy Mr*. Joye,T. .11 I
NEWS 5:30 p. m.Weekday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starling Bj Barbara Sue Davis ol the Ralph Nettles family. <
I
; Confessions Mass:' Saturday'at 8:00 a 7. to m. 8 &&.&&&& ..&&&&& &&&A&& Mrs.and Bob Bernice Futch.Privett and Misses and Geral-Alma -....aA.........................................A&&&&, Janie Lou Taylor of Worthing- Vacation Bible SchoolA
Junior High School Activities trn Springs was Cunday guestof meeting of Bible School
n P. m. dine Starling visited Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jenovar and Pam Nettles. workers wll! be held the first
The Ninth Grade will
Baptisms, marriages and Instructions presenta ,
Mrs. D. Ogilvie in Jacksonvilleon two weeks of June to make plans
children
play, "Juke Box," on and Mrs. Dunton of Shower Honors :Mrs. DukesA
'by Friday
St. Mark's 'Episcopal At The TabernacleMany I appointment. evening May 29, at 8 p.m. Ad- Sunday. Gainesville were Sunday afternoon miscellaneous shower was for the Vacation Bible School to

RAT. Baymeod ..... MacBlata FIRST BAPTIST CHVKCH mission 50c for adults and 35c Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips .guests of Mrs. Groover Thomas. given honoring Mrs. Louise Edwards he held the last eight days or
pent Sunday afternoon in Calla- Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas July. Rev. Temple asks all who
missionaries are among I I J. R. Smith pastor. Ralpn for children. I Dykes at the Community
han with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie visited her are interested in this project to
Sunday Services-9:45 a.m.. parents Mr. and Mrs. center Friday night. I
the visitors at ti.e; Gospel Taber- Copeland. Minister of Music and Baccalaureate will be held on ,
racle to view the painting. 'The church organist Sunday, May 31, in the .school Phillips and sons. E. C. Levis or Starke Sunday ;j'; The center was beautiful dec- please contact him as workers are

I Morning Feast of Belshazzar." Among the Services: Sunday School. 9:45: : I auditorium. Rev. Sanford Mayo, Miss Betty Gaskins of Jacksonville Linda Sue and Ronnie Thomas, I orated with paper streamers, i-peded for several classes

Holy Communion-First Bun.s most recent were some on furlough a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. pastor of the Methodist Church, spent 'the weekend with her Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stalnaker i| potted plants and white glads.

t from Japan, India, and Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening will be the speaker. parents: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gas- and children enjoyed swimming ,; After several games were play-
day, 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday, Latin America. services 8.p. m. Graduation exercises for the 9th kins. Bill Gaskins and Miss; Ola at Lake Butler lake Sunday after;i, td refreshments were served the

7:30 a.m. The contest in the Bible School "Make church worship a family Grade will take place Thursday Mae Phillips carried her home noon. :10 guests by hostesses Mrs. Allen
'
Wednesday-7:00 p.m. Choir affair. evening, June 4, at 8 o'clock. on' Sunday.Mr. Elaine Crosby of Starke was the I Douglas. Mis. Talmage Blair. Mrs
Practice; 7:45: p.m., Litany and resulted in a tie again last Sun- Sunday guest of Juanita Stalk- I rraP
This decides thev Mrs. Leona Edwards had as and Mrs. Luther Hilliard Virginia Sibley. Mrs. Harrell. Mrs. ac
Bible day. Sunday .
Study. GRAHAMBAPTIST Wednesday overnight guest her and family attended the Austin ner.Mr. Ernest Edwards: Mrs. Malclom
inning side and a picnic supper and Mrs. Carl Thomas
and
CHURCH Lewis Mrs. Guy Harrell. Mrs. M
Park uaughter, Mrs. Bryant Tucker, family reunion ?t Doctor's Inleton
till be held in Pettingill '
Madison Street Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning of Fernandina. On Sunday her Sunday.Mr. baby of Gainesville were Sunday. D. Harrell and Mrs. Betty Gamey

night adjoining, June the 5. for church the Bible on School Friday Worship, 11 a. m. Training guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carl ahd Mrs. Arthur Pearce guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tim I Mrs. Dykes received many lovely !

Union, 6:30 p. m. evening: Wore Edwards and daughters of had as Sunday afternoon guests Thomas. cifts. ; 4h
Church and members of the con-
Baptist group ship, 7:30 p. m. Rev Billy Bryant Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Frank Lovell and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hershal Laifield I" Church News

((900 Block W. Madison St.) gregation. pastor: j T. W. Hodges of Brooker.Mr. Mrs. Annie Stevens, and Mr. and and children of Gainesville and ; The young people and intermediate !

NORTH RIDE CHURCH OP CHRIST II and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt Mrs. R. W. Sapp and family of Mrs. Laifield of Hampton were i! classes of the Baptist J. L. WATERS

Services Each Lord's Day BAPTIST CHURCH C. L. Orortnrf Jr., Minister :and family spent Friday evening Jacksonville.Mrs. Saturday night dinner guests of'' Church enjoyed a swimming : (;general :Merchandise

Sunday School 9:45; A.M. Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morn- Sunday Sunday School, 10 i with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Souther- Troy Bennett and Gary Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott. | party at the McDavid pool Fn- Lawtey. Fla.
Mr. and
Jack :,
Mrs. Simmons
land in Lake Butler. v ere Saturday guests of day night! After games and a
tng Worship, 11 a. m. Training a. m., moraine sendee. 11 supper __... _. I
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. a. m., ui.u son 01 Mountie Oak:, Rev, andMrs. I-
Union, 6:3u: p. m. Evening Wor- evening service 6:30 Miss Jackie Harley of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Man-in Thompson I
: .
p m.
Edgar Wilkson and childrencf
Training Union 6:15 P.M. in Jacksonville.
ship. 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting was the weekend guest of
Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. J E. when needRELIABLE
Evening Worship 8:00 P.M. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Everyone BOATDRAIN her parents. Mr and Mrs. H. C. Mrs. J. A. Ogilvie and Mrs. I you
Mott and sons and Mr. and Mrs. ,
\ll.elcome.neT.. H. R. Carter, BAPTIST CHURCH Harley. Suber of Jacksonville were Friday i 1
PRAYER MEETING Noon Mott
Pastor. Mrs. Martha Bales and daughters guests of Mrs. Steve Starling enjoyed a picnic supper

Wednesday 7:80: P.M. Sunday'School, 10 ajn Preaching and Mrs. Mae Wells met Mr. Sr.. and the ,Luther Hilliard at Hampton Lake Saturday I GAS SERVICETHINK

Nursery Open For All Services RVERGREEN .' 11 ajn. Young People's and Mrs. Ernest Wells, of Mobile family. IIJ Mr.ht.
BAPTIST CHURCH Meeting 6 p.m. Evening Ser- Ala.: in Chattahoochee on Sunday Rev. Geo. Chism of Moniac Ga. and Mrs. Shirley Tetstoneand

A Cordial Welcome Extended Sunday School 10 a. m. PreachIng vice, 7:30 pjn.-.,L. Lee, Pastor. and enjoyed a picnic lunch .together. visited Mrs. Senie Prevatt on Sun- daughters visited Mr. and OF SLADE GAS
To All Who Will Worship With Mrs. Buck Tetstone of Gainesville -
11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : day. Friends of Mrs. Prevatt will

'(;s. m. Preaching 7:3ff p. m. Prayer NEW RIVER Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zack of Jacksonville egret to learn that:she has been Sunday.Mr. i

Meetinr> Wednesday 7:30 p. m. BAPTIST CHUFCH spent the weekend with suffering-from *ir eye-inf l'Ction. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler j TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UI

J. H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor Wednesday Bible study 7'30 Sunday School 10 a. sa. Wor- Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Tanner and Mr. and Mrs Tom Newman and and children of Starke were Sun- I
family. family of Macclenny day afternoon guests of the G.j 1'1I0XE0 4-3551
p. m. nhip Hour. 11 a. m. Evening 8err- spent Sunday
. W. Davis
ie: 7 p. m. Prayer Ming' eats Mrs. R. L. Smith and family with Mrs. Leonard Prevatt and family.
I It Mrs. Eldcn Hardee and daugh-
v' in Jacksonville family.
Wednesday, 7:30 ,.m. ere on Sundayfor
a visit with Mrs. Catherine Buddy Smart of Tampa spent ters of Starke visited her mother I .

FIRST BAPTIST Church. Starke CHURCH OF JESUS CIIBISTLAT1'Ia Bevins and family.Mr. the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Mattie Barry Sunday.
Mrs. Mattie Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry were
: DAY SAINTS and Mrs. Commodore Crews Henderson.Mr.
Rer. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Services: each Sunday in old and daughter were in Jacksonville and Mrs. J. A. Ogilvie of Sunday guests of Mrs. Ollie Bass,

1 Masonic Hall on E. Call 8t Sunday on Friday and brought their Jacksonville were Friday over- in High Springs. I
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town Harry
Edwards of
School 11L m. Sacrament granddaughter, little Lindy Boat- night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonvillewas I

Phones: Office WO 9.6801Pastorium WO 9-2301 Service 1:30: p. m. Everyone wel. wright home with them for the Luther Hilliard.:They carried Na- the weekend guest of his
mother, Mrs. Lottie I
i come. weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Warren than Starling to an Oak Ridge Edwards.Mr.

SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Boatwright came for Lindy on Tenn. hospital on Saturday fora and Mrs. W. E. BighamJr.
.
4 PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Sunday.Mr. checkup.Mrs. and children were weekend
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. CHURCH and Mrs. Cecil Blevins and Martin Peterson returnedto guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E.

Sunday School,. 15 a. m.; Morn family visited Landon Underwoodin her home in Chicago via plane Bigham Sr. in Lakeland.' _
t Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. We are happy to d v. _
see Mrs. F
ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evange Jacksonville on Sunday.Mr. en Sunday'after: spending sometime -
f listic services 7:30 I). m. and Mrs. Henry Tanner I with her niece, Miss Dorothy L. Clark home from the hospital.Mrs. .
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Loca Waters
returned
J Wednesday Prayer. Meeting :and family of Jacksonville were I ambom.
AT THE FRIENDLY Y CHURCH 7:30 p. m.HAMPTON. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham home after visiting her son in
i Dave Tanner and family. and daughter of Maxville Augusta. Ga. for three weeks.

J \ CHRISTIAN Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban and irited the Nathan Starlings on i Mrs. Mammie Denmark is

CHURCH sons had as Sunday guests Mr. Friday night and Mrs.. Lorraine tisiting: Mrs. Loca Waters and rM onE AUOE / li
Jhv (
-r .S
i LOCAL MANAGER FOR Sunday Bible ficnobf. 10 a. and Mrs. Raymond Williams of Smith and family, of Jacksonville Mrs! J. C. Harrell for a few days t n

I m.; Morning Worship,' 11 a. m.; Jacksonville. were there on Saturday.Mrs. while Lucille Denmark is visiting "You could save all that! Jet; jour Concrete Block for

Evening service 7 p. m., and }Pray Mr., and: Mrs. Joe Shuford and Harold Norman returned Mrs. Wade Harrell. Both ladies; that new home at Starke Builders Supplies Inc."
I from
ermeetng: every Tuesday at 7:30 family of St. Augustine were home on Saturday from Jacksonville ere Jacksonville. :

J Jim Walter Corp."World'i p-ffl..John White,.. pastor. weekend guests of Mrs John Shu- where she had been a pa- Mrs. E. W. Hodges Sr. and!
.. Miss Lavonia
ford and Dave. tient in St. Vincent's Hospital. Hodges visited relatives NO MONEY DOWNRepair
.. in
Palatka
fGI3LAJ1O18APTIST Mr. and Mrs. Buron Hubbard 'Mr. and Mrs J. E. Warren.had Saturday.We .

CHTJBCH of Connecticutt were guests, of as guests last week Mrs. Leslie ;are sorry! .to,hear' that Mrs.E. .

Largest Home Builders" Sunday School ,:::15 a. m. I Mrs. Louis H. Hill last..week.Trm Bradley of Kingsley Lake, and W. Hodges Sr.. mother :Mrs.
Morning Worship. 11 a. m., sod Rowen Prevatts visited their dcIaughter.- LynneWar Lizzie Green Palatka, fell.-and "

1:30pm: : 'Prayer'Meeting ,lath Mr. 'and 'Mrs.: Rufus Prevail and ren, of Jacksonville. Marvin Warren broke her hip and is now a patient -

'tWIi.LBEIN STARKE Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev.George .daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus came for his daughter on in St. Vincent's Hospital in
Add Rooms ..
.! Chism pastor.: Everybody: Rigdon, and the Wilbur Bells in Saturday. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carport .

welcome. .Jacksonville on Sunday. Guests of the Carl Vanzants, Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Hodges -

: EACH THURSDAYAT Mr. and Mrs. G'' K. Hundleyand Mr. Davis and Mrs: Annie Bray visited her Sunday afternoon.Mr. Bath Room
FAITH BAPI'lST'muaouLawte1 and Mrs. Al
family spent Sunday with Mr. vrrre Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Beard of Rain of High

and Mrs. Gene Bishop; in Keystone Norfolk Va., lids Willie Mae Springs visited her mother Friday (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX-
A. E. Massey, Factor afternoon.
Foreman Mrs. Viola Wilson, Jimmy TURES
Heights. )
Bible school, 10 a. m. Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. E.
STARKE HARDWARE
CO. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Futch Bedel and Shelia Riley, of '
Preaching 11 a. m. W. Hodges during the weekend
Savannah. Mr. Davis went home
Pad-
end daughter. Ann. Andy Time To Re-roof
Evening Service. 7:30 ,p m. with Mrs. Willie Mae Forman fora were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards
12:30 P.M. TO &:00 P.M. Bible I petl: and Miss Cecil Conner en-
Study and Prayer Meet. :and children, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
dinner for Mr visit.
joyed a birthday
ing, 7:30 p m.. Wednesday.Radio Parrish and grandson of Lake
futch at the home of Mr. and Everett Burney brought his
program, 8 to 8:30 a. Mrs. J. R. Padgett at Whitehouse mother, Mrs.!Georgia Ann Sapp, :Butler. Miss Lavonia Hodges of
For Appointments Call a. each Sunday :Jacksonville. Mr.
over itatlon on Sunday. to her home here on Saturday. and Mrs. Lonnie STARKE BUILDERS

I JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector WRGR. Starke. Mrs Nancy Keene and the Allen tlrs. Sapp will be pleased to have Mr.Goodge and Edder Dyal of Starke,
and Mrs.
her friends stop by to see her. Dorrie Carter of .
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Harts had as 'Friday guestsMr.

STARKE -. WO 4-5311 Premillennial Fundamental and Mrs. Johnny Anderson of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest and Lake Ian Parrish City, and of Lake Mr. and Butler.Mrs. 01- INC.

Missionary. Seven miles south of Jacksonville.Mr. family were Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. SUPPLIES

"/fPa A Quality Home Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack- and Mrs. Brad Norton and cf Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williamsand children: of Starke Kenneth Russ and

ham, pastor. Mrs. Selma Eunice had as weekend .sans 'at Wellborn.Rev. were Sunday AT S.A.L. DEPOT STARKE, FLA.
It' A Jim Walter Home" Sunday School, 10 guests Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sanford Mayo's parentscf luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. I
a. m.. Wor- Ernest Russ. In the
ship, 11 a. m.. Training Union, 7 Barry and family of Columbia, Ocala attended.services at the afternoon --

OTHER OFFICES: P. m., Evening Worship 8 S. C.. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane Mrthodist'church on Sunday and
p. m.
OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA Wednesday Prayer meeting and family of Deland.Mr. were dinner' guests of Mr. and DARE COMPARE

7:30 p. m.Everyone. and Mrs. R. E. Lee and Mrs. Sam McGarvey. TO

welcome. .Johnny spent Saturday with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett

Thedies English in Jacksonville. and family of Daytona Beach TO CARE

I The Shirley and Jimmy Johnson ."were weekend guests of Mr. and i. YOU'LL COME
families enjoyed a family dinner Mrs. Buster Bennett and the

'., I I. at Hampton Lake on Sunday. Darley family. Bobby Bennett of
-' .. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Campbell Daytona viSited'them last Mon-

'"- of Mr. and day evening. BYSTUDEBAKER
'\ were Sunday guests for TH K
Mrs. Sidney Williamson in Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish .
e .
only ... -, .:.J c\ K1lISU Gainesville.Mrs. had as Sunday guests Mr. and

Jimmy Hogan and grandson. Mis. C. E. Barber, of Macclenny. .
bank Calvin Hogan. of Jackson- Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. had as ?' Convenient stvlish, roomy..The Lark b> Studebaker j is America'ssweetheart
a t :
,". vile, visited Mrs. Hester Hicks, Wednesday guests' her brother, W. (Fastest rising sales tune in the ndustf.7) '
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hodges and S. Biggs. and his daughter, Mrs. newtsF ,

can 14 tro.ooo iuxrauir : r the O. J. Anders on Saturday.Mr. Ferran Grimes and three sons Shorter than most cars, it handles and parks easily, scats six.gTal nmly.

1 iNsvAaa I and Mrs. Homer Hart and of Bowling Green.
Prices several hundred dollars under the so daughter of Jacksonville visited Mrs. Mike Futch and Floyd start

display Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Rosier and has as Sunday guests Mrs. Beu- maintenance!7 Fashion
t, priced field. Cuts costs o( insurance, gas,
< .1: the Frank ,Cruse family on Saturday lah Revels of Palatka. Mrs. Grady
.
'" Lanier of Miami and Mrs. Stella Fun Irive it-novvt
this ". approved by Harper's ..llaar.,? < .,
Mrs. Jimmy Reed and family of Thomas of Jacksonville.Mr. .

-. Jacksonville visited the Leon and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins hadas "
'
emblem -- Wilkerson family on Sunday. Sunday afternoon guests Mr.

: The Ice Cream Social which and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of St. AU- .-.

Teas held at the First Baptist gustine. .
Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs.
,
:: Church on Tuesday evening was
Where see the emblem of the Deposit G. W. Roberts in Gainesville
you enjoyed by all. Out of town visitors were
Insurance Corporation you know that the institution were Mrs. Nellie Osteen of on Wednesday to attend a WSCS

lank So know that if Mrs. Lu.Norman of Heil- officers training! workshop.MUSICENTER.
is a of dtposit. you you save .;, Tampa,

1 there, not only are your savings insured (up 'to 1. brcnn. and the Wolfe family
who sere guests of her mother ,
.
$10,000 for each depositor), but they are also direct T Mrs. Hester Hicks and Mr. and June 1 220 N. TempleIF

of the institution-an institution characterized Shuford.
obligations : ; > Mrs. Glenn IT HAS MUSIC

by sound management and a sincere desire to .. i Another highlight of the week
: r was the Sunday School Mass WE HAVE IT!

be'.. of service. .--. .. -, Meeting of the New River Baptist OR 24-HOUR SERVICE
.
...\. Association which was held at the
Wi WILL WUCOME YOU AS ;:} '!o', ';.t
., i hurch last Thursday evening. e
A SAVER AT OUR BANK ,. '" Fev. Downing of Green Cove

.. :' .. was.the. principal speaker. A.
Springs
... '
;" ':' ? In' spite of the stormy weather, WILLIAMSJEWELRY I ENJOY A DEMONSTRATION DRIVE TODAY in the V-8 that outscored all

there were 83 present.Rev. "
and Mrs. A. W. Hodges V-8' in the Mobilgas Run with 22.28 miles per gallon. And The Lark 6" does

.' .: pnd Mr. and Mrs. Harris and y even be Available_ as a 2-door and 4-door sedan, hardtop and station wagon.

of Jacksonville. spent Friday -
ramily
FLORIDA with Mr. and Mrs. C. G. WATCHES DIAMONDS Discover.,what t1ou'll! sate at YOUR STUDEBAKER DEALER'STODAY
REPAIRS
Hodges: r
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlton AH Work GuaranteedA.

: .rt and :sons of Jacksonville were
BANK AT STARKE -
'" Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. .- C. Williams McGRIFF MOTORS

One of 28 Banks of the Honda National Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.. Frank Cruce and family, 142 W. Call St.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bishop SUrteFla.Formerly .. Jefferson and, Court Streets Starke, Fla.TOOL .
and the H. B. Hague family were i :.

,_ J : In Keystone on Saturday' tp$ 9 ': 'Roberts Jewelry. SEll THE STUDEBAKER TRUCKS..THEY COST LESS

t I visit with. Mr. and Mri. 'Oeorie' .t:

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..BBADFOED 'COUNTY TELEGRAPH,- TARKE, FLOBIDA. -- % J4YZ.! 9yvyyyyy
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-- iyyyyyyyyyyyyyVI LawtKy-Baptist"Church; Thursday I _Ileorrlptlaa. -iI.; T. R- Aerca--- O.nn- .Taxe. I Df'tIforlp..I .- -6.-.---r'Am.: .- ..*Owner 01- -- ;Taxes 5-* I ". S. T. R Arise Owner Taxes

night fcnd won the attendance_ IA in SE Cor of W%

banner. "*or''t}I Lots ,49 ,& 64 Ex (40 Lots 6 & 1 ef'' P1k. Leroy Lone Jr. US of., XWU., oL SWUMH J 1 22 1 Ronald Griffis Sp5
Ri\V\ irros* ,f} End 13 .in S-Reno'SJD
piiisLOOP= of XEU Ex 4 34AEofDirtRd&!
Rev. and Mrs. Earl Moses visited '' .
& all Lots 50 .&> C Lots 1. 4. 5. S, of Blk ;

Rev. J. E.. Norman and family, in Wiwdlawfe t* 16 5 22 40 Et Melvlna. Abraham 20.91 20 In X.Rt'RO SD, Hattie Clark Elizabeth 7.26'I W of Hd Rd 4 7 22 ..75Mrs.. A. A..;.wmlamD 67.55

Saturday afternoon.Rev. .
By Verble AndersonAAALAAALAAALAAAAAAAALA&A SW>; of Lot 14 in ;
Com at Int of N Line
and Mrs. J. E. Norman and Woodlawn 18Cr 5 22 3 Carlton G. Williams 3.43 Lots C. 1 of Blk 20 WjllieMae.
of Sec. with
Ely
S.D
>m. at SW Cor tf' I in X-Rt'n Powell 1.33
(
sen visited friends in Middle- RIsof St. Rd ZOO,

burg Sunday afternoon.Let 8\\,1. of XE.. of run W of S %5O' for
NW&runN to Lots 3.& 6 of BIk U Lloyd Aldridge s.n POB, Swly on Rd ,
us not forget that Ever- R\V, of ST RD for In N-Ren SID .
that our pastor, 00\ Sely 450"; Stly
We are sorry POB Cont N W .,
green Baptist Church homecoming on rots 4 &3 of Blk. 22 Par RD 40'. fwly > '

,Rev. Orville Brookins is ill and will be held the first Sundayin line 417.5'* EJ08.TS' 'tn X.Rfno SJD Cora Lee .AI-. 450' to POB ri.7 22 6J9 Broadway ft
S 417.5 to X
edge
-difdre' 1:33 ...
meet-
was unable to be at prayer Al 6.43 : Gaines 284.90
2 Eugene Brewer Et
of nw: W to POB 18 5 22
June. Invite friends. .
your r : 5 A in SE Cor of SEU <'f
ing Wednesday night. Lot SofFIk %3 NReno'sI
of XEU! of XEU 21 5 22 40 Melvina Abraham ) -S Saul Hankfr8011 t.n -of XW Ex 1 A'in
Brookins
Mr. and Mrs. Ray LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST Est 19.41 ; S NECoralso4A479ftE&Wby375

.B ford".S. C. visited his parents, N'4 of NE Of SE. Lot 5. Zof Blk 1 In RobertLee 19.33
Brookins (presently meeting In City Hall '. 21 5 22 20 Agnes Thomas Wain- Gahagan SD, ,.. ft N & S S 7 22 8 Marshall Jackson 1667
Rev. and Mrs. Orville ., ... .
Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m., wright 10'nW Lot 6 of Elk 1 In Cabagan S.41 -'"* '
curing the weekend. % of SWU Ex 10 SI; Ex ./W E1lia Morris Est. Com at :XW: Cor of E
11 .
worship a. m.EveningYoung. ,
A in XE Cor 22 5 21 39 Agnes Thomas Wainwright Lots I. 9. 10of/ Elk H of SWU of XKU
.
and .
.
Mrs. G. W. Strickland people's Bible S 15.34 Elk 2 in Gaharan 8,15 & run E 460 ft S 308

daughters, Anneta and Cather of study, 7; preaching, 7:30. W 88 Ft of Lot 4 of SID! William. .- Wesley Ft W 431 ft.X 235
brother-in-law Blk 4 ex W 30 ft in LotlOofPlk3lnGa-' ft to roB 1.7 U 3 Azalea Motel 139.54
Bunnell visited her Wednesday-Bible study 7:30 Law ley W of Ry C B. Barbour 15.34 hagan SiD Willie Green S.48 E %..i Acres of SWU IM*'*.* .- ..

and sister, Mr. and Mrs. 7illie p. m. S% of Blk 25 in Law- of XWU of SWCom

Green. Sunday. Radio PrOgramStation tey W of Ry George F. Young 3.4 Lot 19 of Elk 3 In Ga- U 10 1 22 2 G. W. Mosley Est 2501
3.n
.
Parker
hagan SID William. W. at SW Cor of SE .. .. .. M__ ."
Linda Brookins and Teressa WRGR Mcnday, 6:3p a. m. Corn. 103:' Ft. E of'SW Corn atiW Cot of81k U of SEU & run N

Jones were guests of Patsy Cor-- --of-. -Lot- 10 & ran I % SofR Z.E..&; 378_ ft, _for. _a _FOB.
Judicial Circuit Of Florida X Z10r t; lbs Ft. S Run S 60 Ft. for a men> hi ail It X 75; _

OUrian, Sunday. Eighth!. Aid For Bradford Co..ty 210 Ft W 105 Ft to I POB. Run E 60 Ft. ft W .214 ft S 75 ft .
Our sympathy is extended to AT LAW. Peg or Lot IO-B In 48.73 S SO FU W60 to.Beg 19! 1 22 .Wiley WilHam-
.
Lawtey E of Ry Callie West a BOD :11 17.34
of ; Ft. X 50 Ft. to POB
Mis. Jeff Smith in the death CASE XO. 8161
in SD, Ex hg at Int of !SLY
killed in Hardy Brothers :Motor: Company Lot 7 of Blk 13 Law- Temples
an
who
her brother was 5.55 RIof| Co GR Rd
Incorporated. I'laintiff VS. TrubyC. 572 21 I 22 Ella Ellerson
tey E of Ry. tWilburenkins RW;, & E BDRYof
SWU
automobile accident last Friday. Slade. Defendant. Lot 1 SDofLot 13 WH of ;NWU of XEU 22 I 22 20 Ernie Jones 140.78 of NEU. SLY

Twelve children attended the County. Florida. under and by vtr in town of Lawtey Ut 8 of P/Ik 2 in Sat t J.'J ELY BDRY of SWi on

rarty'held at Lake Butler recently tue of a writ of execution hereto- E of Ry W. J. Barber. 8.50Lot2inBlk Williams SD; ,Ruth, Mae Pensalall 5.83t I of XEU 210'.
IB The Circuit Court Of TIle 16 In

honoring Dean Russ on his NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S: SALE Lawtey E of RY Harry Kittles.. '.n Lot in XWU Of XLY WLY.210'PAR ELY RD %.10'on, .

third birthday anniversary.Mr. Notice is hereby given that I, Com. at SE cor of Lot .. SWH as Dp!!(!. inDeed RD 210' To.POB 20 7 22 1 F. E. Thomas 922
'
P. D. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford 17 run W PAR with Bk 70 PO 301 W4 of E 3S6 ft of .5 ., .t.S
and Mrs. Melvin Prevatt : fore issued out of the above entitled Lake Ave. 30 ft, X Ex R/W in Xat % of SWU of SE

Lnd children of Jacksonville visited Court, in the above styled 100 ft to POB W Williams SD; 22 6 22 John & Annie 1.83 U 20 1 22 S Estella Gibbs Est 1534:
cause,, have levied upon the following 125 ft. X 104 ft. E : Williams. -
relatives in this section during property. situate, lying and 125: Ft. S 104 Xt in N 237.50' of S 356.25' SEU of !IOE' 21 1 22 40 Oscar Griffis 1890

the weekend.We being in Bradford County, Florida, Lawtey E of RY Mabel. Jenkins. 822 of WH of SWU of SWU of XWU 22 1 22 40 .'Osear;Grilfi. 18.90

were glad to have Liesa to-wit: W 160 ft of the X 376 SWU Ex RW| .22 8 ,22S Edwin & PalmerWilliams' Com at SCor of XEU -
One lot 420 feet North by South Ft of Lot 17 in 11.9' of XE'4 & run
June Sweat back in Sunday and 840 feet East by West (except town of Lawtey E A 118.75' of WH of :N 450: ft for POB
S
School after a, bout with measles. 1 acre in Southeast Corner) of Ry Aaron..Jenkins. 11.27 SW'l of SWU Ex then E 210 ft. N 21t
lying in the Southeast Cornerof RW| Dt' e. DB87PG29 ftWZ1OFtStoFOB
Attendance in Sunday Schoolat the SWU of the SEU of Section Com at XE Cor of Lot 22 I 22 1.81 29 7 22 1 John,Jones 641

Boatdrain Baptist Church went. 14. Township 7 South Range 18 & run W 60 ft Com. at NW Cor. of Gladys Harrington All Blks 10 11 & .. J

the 100 cent mark Sun- 21 East.as for a POD run S 94 SWU of SWU & 18 lying between St.
over per the property of the above named ft. W 60 ft, X 94 ft.. run S 160 Ft for'a Rd 221 St. Rd 18

defendant, and that on the 1st day 160 ft to POB in POB then run E 20 In Wright's Add to ..

day.Mrs.. James Norman and children of: June, 195S between the legal town of Lawtey E Ft S SOFt.. W 200Ft'N550 Hampton 30 7 22 5 A. J. Carver 3687
hours of sale namely eleven o'clock of Ry Lester Randolph I S% 'of XEU of !SEU .
Ft to POB
and her mother, Mrs. Wade in the forenoon and two o'clockin .Et Al' 4065' Ex 22 I 22 22.JJ & SEU of SF.... 33 'I 22 60 Hardin & Wel-
RW|
Cox I
Raleigh
attended Sunday night service at the Afternoon on IBid day at Ccm. at SE Cor of f ... -S f. .t'ft"lf- *" 23.55
the Court House BlklS&runW 80 '. Com at Tnt of ELY
the South Door of Com. at XW Cor. of
oatdrain. We were glad to have In Starke. Bradford Connty. Flori ft. for a POB. run RW| line of RD 100
SWU of &
SWU
them and hope they will return da. I will offer for Kale and sell N 274 ft, W 80 ft. S / RUB S 210 Ft E 100 I ITt & Sec Line run N
to the highest bidder for cash in 274ftESDft! to x on Sec line 300'V
above described property POB in town of for a POI, RunS 109' to ELY RlW
hand, the
of said defendant to satisfy said Lawtey E of Ry =:iAlbert Williams .8.22Com. 100 Ft.. E 259:; Ft line of RD 100 S on
".'- N 100 Ft, W 259; Ft
tXf cutlOJL : at SW Cor of .R/W 334' To PO
soon.EVERGREEN P. D. REDDISH Sheriff of Bradford I1k.1S&runN24Ft to POB n. 22 Llnnle Tyson Et Al 17.67 -B 55 7 22 % J. D. Terrell LIZ
County. Florida. for a POB, runWROft.NIO2FLE Com at XW Cor of '. S.... .. I Let 24 on Lakeview -* f.
4130:! 4t 5/21 I SW% of SWU & of Crystal Lake
I 80 ft. S 102 ftto : Run E Cle Ft S 110 Homesites of an unrecorded .

I. TW CoBBty Judge. Court Of POB in town of Ft for POB. run W deed Henry H. Homer 1.00

Bradford County, Florida la Probate Lawtey E of RY _4)' .Robert. ,,Austin .8.22 50 Ft. S 100 Ft. W Lots 50 & 52 on Oak
By Stanley Crawford ro CO Ft N 100 Ft to of Crystal Lake

1RE: Estate of JAMES LAWRENCE Lot 23-A Ex. N 100 ft POB 22 6 22 Sallle &; Joe Homeslte of an unrecorded ..
.&&&...AAA.A&...... .&.. ()flR, Deceased. In town of LawteyE 38.15 'Y.Wlams 148 deed tL- Gibson 1584
XOTICK TO CREDITORS: of Ry Joyce Lee uta..w

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford All persons having claims or demands Lot 24 in Town of 6.72 Com at NE Cor of Lots2S& lOonCy-

Senior and Junior and the latters' against the estate of James Lawtey E of Ry Freddie-'. -.4"1 Bell. ., SWU of SWU run press of Crystal t.-
Lawrence Orr deceased are hereby Lot 27 in Town of W 87 for POB S Lake Homesite )fan
baby visited Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher notified and required to file Lawtey E of Ry J. .W. BarberS 6.72 2J2.8 Wly 10' fc S un-recorded deed James F. Adie. 15.84

Butler and Mr. and Mrs. ThomasA. tneir claims in the office of the 165 Ft of Lot -32 'in 2S0.26. E 60' to POB 22 8 22 .Wilbur Royal 26.01E Lot 34 on Cypress ef a.-- *.- .- 'r i'-

County Judge of Bradford County, Town of Lawtey E 6.22 E 3A of S% of, SEU Crystal Lake
Bowen Jr. of Tampa during Florida in the County Court House of Ry !l-: Jessie Lee Barber of SWU. of SWU 22 I 22 S A. Crura 8.15 Homesites! of an unrecorded .

the weekend.Mr. at Starke. Florida. within eight 1 Lot in XW Cor of S4 of' SWU of NE% deed .Cynthia Scott
from the date of Lot 42 being 224<< N
months Allen 9.SO
calendar
and Mrs Roy A. Patrick of the first publication of this notice, & S on E & 257' 'N of SWU Ex' Par John Williams.JUt: 3.98 Lots 39 & 41 on Cypress ...,..." .
Sold 22W 6 22 "
Jacksonville visited relatives of t>r the same: will become void according & S on W by 100' E r. '. of Crystal!

this Sunday after- to law. This May 5. 1959. & W in Lawtey E 5.43 135. of that Port Lake Homesites of ,. ,. '
community of Stt of SEU "ofSWU
7 1959. Mine Lee tin-recorded deed .
First' Publication Mar of RY .r N of Or.Rd 23 6 22 Gerald. L. Crawford. UI an ". fT' Ronald if. Griffis 15,84Mm. 1
noon. t JOYCE ORR WATKIXS Lot 43 on Cypress of .
Edwin Mosley and Monroe rxecntrix of the Will of James Lot 42 in Town of 1 .A'In SW Cor of Crystal Lake Home- .,
5
EH of SEU of SEU .
deceased. E of Rv Ex .
Lawtey cites!
Orr.
Gaskins, who have been taking Lawrence Hollis! V. hni bt. Starke, Florida, Lot in NW Cor ..Y Will LeaHarry 10.77 Ex Hy: :1' 22 1 ,Lawrence Sr'- F. LaMes.S .111.93. .Sparks.. Edna E. '.410

basic traiinng at Fort Jackson Attorney for Executrix. WlAofLot 43 in S Lot 54 on Cypress of .,
517| 4t 5/28 town of Lawtey E I....,. Com. at SE Cor of W% Crysal Lake Home-
S. C., are home on leave. After of Ry Kittles ofNEU of SEfc of sites of an 'unrecorded -

tneir leave both will report to la Th* Circuit Court Of Florida Lot 47 & S 113 of Lot XEU for POB, ran < deed -,- William Frost 9.00
riKkth: Judicial Clrrnlt. In And For 46 in Lawtey E of 24.47 W 107.47, N 450.53', Lot !9 I of Lake Bedford -
Fort Gordon Ga. Hawkins
Bradford Coanty. In Caaarery. BylLotlOOfLN&SbY Amelia "E 110.79' S on Ely Shores J. Dillon

Arthur Green spent the week- Dorothy Lawson Plaintiff, VS. S k Eason-- 33.60

end here with hs parents Mr. Charles Lawson, Defendant. to POB 28.. .. .22 Carlton- R..T01man Lot 10 of Lake Bedford .
>! otlee Of PublicationTo 400 ft E & W in SE Shores -- Frazier V. '
.
and Mrs. W. H. Green. 1223 Perry of .
: Charles Lawson Cor of Lot 52 In SWU of !SEU .Rogers" 66.40
Harold Crawford of Charleston Street, Richmond, Indiana. Town of Lawtey E James Lewis XEU Ex Lot Sold Lots 13. 14. & 15 and .
hereby notified that a Cor A Fracl undiv :3'21 int in lot ..
You are of Ry 6.42 in .XW :
S. C. spent the weekend in Complaint for divorce has been filed Barber Blk 43 of L T &: 10 Donald.E. Champion 96.06 5 of Lakeview SD: Pansy H. Qu'g-'

this community.The against': you in the above styled Lot 12 in Otts SID of Lizzie McQulrft Cos Add 2 8' 22 1e- '' 3637
court and yon are hereby requiredto of Blk 13 Lot3nf Blk A &
Stanley Crawford family of Lawtey S 35.34SW Lots 5 & 7
of Answer or Est l-20th/ Int in Tract t.
your _
serve a copy in Orig Town of MeL W. T. Marshall 165.14
"i ittd the Rajmond Dicks of the Complaint on E in Bedford Oaks
other pleading to Leo :3H! A of XEU of Ptarke' t vT J t N. D. Inlow 15.34

Lake City Saturday night. the Plaintiffs 17 S.attorney W. 2nd Edgar Street, XE'4 of SW% & Lots 1. 3 of Elk 16 Ex Lot 5 of Blk D &
Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie McClellan Tainesville.. Florida, and file an XW i of XEU 'of W 25: Ft & Ex N ]-%lIth tnt in TractE
other pleadingin SW% 24 Ii .*' 13 John W. Caldwell 35 Ft'of Lot 1 of Bedford Oaks --
the weekend with his criminal Answer or 1 i'
rpcnt parents "' : 25.41S4 Orig Town of p ; -
the in
of the Clerk of SD!
Office ,
the Pt
SI.06 alder &Wind-
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mc- Circuit Court, on or before the 15th of SWU of NE VW Stark 5 Carl- Ritch.. T "ham -

Clellan.Mr. day of June. 19J9.; 'A 25 5 ,20 .Bertha'Smith 23.911A E 39 Ft Of Lots 2. 4 : f EH:: of Lot 10 & Lot .. .. 11.77
Herein fail not or a Decree Pro of Elk 22 in Grip '. 118.43 11 of Elk A 1It.
and Mrs. Alvis Kirklandand against in NW Cor %10' Starke Leon Dica'ndio .
((\nft''so11I be entered : 3.4 Town of Pleasant S/D 13 a 22 Helen Wells &
family entertained Mr. and you for the relief demanded In the SQ 25 5 2J 1 Wilbur Jenkins Martha Rudisill: 47.78
Complaint.This SWU of SEU of SEU Com lOFtE of.NE Tract I B Mt PleasantSD&lLatInSE
Mrs. W. A. Leemacks of Daytona v
order to be published:: once & E% of XWU of Cor of Broadway &

during the weekend. a week for four (4) consecutive SEU of SE.% 2$ 6 !Z 15 Lizzie: Williams Hoyt Sts &Run-N Cor of XWU beisg

Several members of Evergreen weeks in the Bradford County Tele- ..Est. 34.0!! 105 Ft E 52H Ft 716.10' X & S by ,* *

praph." a newspaper published in All SEU of SEU of S 105 Ft W 52H.. JFt Clyde W. Colson 88.18 466.10.E ,* ,W 7U ..Stt rling a Sawyer -
Baptist Church attended the revival Bradford County Florida. XWU E of Ry 26 6SEU ..n 3 Ethel Tucker S.4:: to roB' ; 28 I 22 V Jr. 1227r

at Oak Grove Church Mon- Done and Ordered at Stark "f. XEU of SE .. Lot 2 of-Blk 1 of L Elizabeth McCoy'Agt 10.49 Tract 10 Carl Vol- .

day night and sang for the serv- Florida. this 9th day of :May 1959. U Ex X 250: Ft 26 6 ZZ 6 "Ruf' us 'Moore, ""Est* 10.2 r T & cos SD; '* -V1Louvenia Ikopf sn": : Herman W. Gra-
OFFICIAL. SEAL) N250FtofSE'... of Lot 3 of Elk' 2 in L Robinson .6.33 lick
ice.Rev. SI I Charles A. Darhv Clerk County. of XEU of SEU. 26 6SH 22 4 Naomi Tisdale 6.7:1 T & Cos SID ..5 CmatNE Car of 74.M
Circuit Court Bradford t W14 run S 243',
Lacy Conway visited Rev, of XWU. of XWU' Lot.1&offlIk1S:
'
Florida. of ef W of EH of for POB Cont S ;5
J. E. Norman & X'i SWU 6 %,
Tuesday evening,, Edgar: Leo Johnson Attorneyfor 'n\ 27 6 2* 30 Robert E. Selner Blkr17 &, 18"of L T'Be' .W HI)' X 75', E -
,
Twenty-two Evergreen members, Plaintiff P. O. Box 231 s' Et AI. n.7..8 Co'. 'SD; Mack Coleman 25.51 440' to POB 13 8 22 Winnie Mavm .

attended the mass meeting a t Oaines\ille Florida. S'4 4t3 W 1%' of-Blk 15 & .Stone. 26.9725J7
E'4 of SWU of SE4 36&g34of.E'/: > at NK cor of SW
23.87 .
I Ex 1A in SE Cor tl 5 22 19 Aaron 31. Potts 'BHcs!!! 17 A'; 18 in: L '4 run S 170' for

N OTICE 1A in PE Cor of SW 19.40 T & Co's SD[ _Mary Coleman. 11.49 Port: Con S tS'.'W
.
Notice Is hereby given that th e"following: described lands will be U of SEU 28 ri 22 1 Odessa.Douglas, ". E 38 Ft of Lot 3 .4.- 440'. X 75':; E440' to

sold at Public auction on the Z9! th day of :May, 195S: at Starke. the 1 Lot in XW Cor of of.Blk 15 in.L T .&: 34.35 POB H 13 ,' .22 Mary E. Elms
County of FTadford. State of Fk rlda to parthe amount due for taxes Lot 21 being 150' E Cos SID Enoch Tyson EtAI. .. -,
l
advertising. &S 32 6 22 1 Paul' Crawford, '. t..9J Lots!! 3, 4 of .Blk ,40 Lilly & Lonnie U Ex RW; 14 22 29 Mlnthorne T. Gordon -

Description S. T. R Acre Owner Taxes Jr. in L T,&. Cos SID Jackson Hicks 10.99 tV'H of XW'of NE% IUI
Com at SW'cor of NW ;
I & S 3/4 of E% 23 8 22
NEU of XEU N& 14 of XWU & Run WH of Lot 1 of .Blk 210 Minthorne T. Gor-

E of River 4 1 19 3 R. D. & Corthy Cellon %.5% X 330 ft. for FOB. 10 In L T & Co's' Farmer's Supply 67.70 EU of NWU 23 8 22 40 &na no.%'

NEU of XEU Ex i E "SO/ ft., N 450 ftW Add (::.m at SE or of NEU Kennedy lUO
Drainage Easement 7SO ft. S 450' to Lots 4, 5 of Blk 19 Gladys Harrington 47.86 run W SII,"' for POt
K\V! 36 5 20 40 Alfred V. Everett 47.28 FOR Ex St RD in L T & Coo Add' X 1320'. W55'
Lots 13 14 of Blk 29 RW! 35 5 22 '8 Barty_ Hamilton_ 8.22 Lot lit Of Blk 26 In Gladys Harrington 47.86 SELY 63.5: E Sl67'S. -S

in town of New E'ofNWofSW rEva' *'' L T & Cos Add to PQB 2t. "
23.97
River 23-24 I 20 R. C. Baldree B.:0 >..4. 35 Ii 21 20 "Roberts-.. L'lk-4 in Temples Add Keystone Services
Lot 4 of Blk 32 In Tf *- Ex,Lou 1,2. &.3 of ( omatSEcorcfNEi IA.c. 12.27

town of Xew ComatNEcorotw Blk 4 Eunice Annis 25.01 'rUn W 523-5',. XW
River 1324SH 1 29 Jessie St well Est 6.22 % of SEIi" of XW'4 S. Lots,3.4offllkZZinJ.MJohueAdd LY 1664'- for Poll
of SWH of NW .1 &TuuS99Oft W N11S3'WLYonN:
M 34 6 29 10 Queen Esta Gantling 5.72 '"207ftS30ftW 483 .. Joseph H. Cumber J "line 5".SLr 3100' ,

Lots 1 2 10 11 of Blk ftN 33OftE 419 Beg at NE Cor of ...f Sr. '5." ,, SELY: ior to PO .
1 In Ward City 8 1 20 G. H. Parker ri.'Z% ftN6sIFtE2Ooftto S 'SEU of XEU run .. B 24 I 22 .

1 A SQ in SW Cor of POB also N 3/4 ... W 33Ft S 330 p.t Hogan 12.77

SWU of XWU" N of of EH of SE& ofXW'i Ft to POB then E )Epg at PT on Diy.I .
Rd and W of ditch 14 7 20 1 E. Z. Tetstone 3.9S 10 I 22 25 Paul, Parker 12L43 '130 Ft'S'SO" Ft 'W I '"Inl' of RGE 22 &:

One A in XW Cor of S% of X% of XE% .. SEx .... 130 ft N SO ft to t ; 23 of CR S&E''SS Irhe; .f HWY S of
1 Lot along roB 29 I' 22 Lela Buckles 17.6
.
XWU of SW'i being '. 21, run WLY/THI S
.
A E & W Hwy 301 in XE.Cor
% by 'BjW 75'SLY 72.6
Com NE Cor of
at
being 250; E f W
2 A X & S & WH to LakeELY on
of SWU of SWU 16 1 20 22 H. B. Crosby 11.77 by 597.5 N &; S &; SEU of "E'At run Lake to Int from ;.;. '
W 1221 2-3 Ft of EH Ex SWH Of XWfc "WM50 Ft S 15 Ft POB 25 .S U AlbTrt
of XEU for a'POB then ran Nelson 27.47
of NW & all 11 1 22
; WHof 23 Bradford Furniture W 60 Ft S.JW Ft.E I Com at XE Cot of S
XEU of SWU X .-. ""
: 1 8.35 % of XWU of NW
Orp/
LOFt N 100 Ft to
N4AofWof' ,
of River Ex 2 A to .
U S 59 W 144'
'P to
Clay Elect I Corp D. U of SEU 11' II f Wilbur Hunter i.13 BK 84-64 17 1 20 82 L. C. Clemmons 98.98 SK of SEU: of SW>4 A Lat-2 of Elk 1 in"Butler ..Jt91' ]I-nIN" 1 EH of SEU of SWU of XW4 17 I II Court SD .
6 Minnie Lou De- Spero E. GianlstesSeymonne 75.15 Beg %S.I.J
& of !0 CO H. B. lAin SW Cor of Lot 4 CJy& Carter 6.43
SWU SEU 17 'Z Crosby 28.53 Sue 15.67 '" fc-fc-- N' of !;W'' 25 8 23 48 's.
E.
All XEU X or E of W 9 A of XWU of of Blk 12 in Catkins NJ,4 of .NEU- of NE *' q ; ; Kennedy 18.90
River 20 'l 20 20 H. B. Crosby &.1: ofSWExN1A Add ZI. 22
10
CoHete
1f1nthrone T. Gor..t .
CH. 17 S ft I Annie Goodwins 25.01 Rosier itt ;, I ; Ii ,4 y1
WH of XWU of --. : t', 1 Sq A In SE Cor of. E% of sW'of1: 7.12
NWU 21SV4 1 20 :0 H B. Crosby 8.45 2A in 0 .t t "' **
XE cor of EH NE% 'CfNWU! 29 22 I II.Sq..tn ',U -- .21 .1 22 10
1 AncQ W. GriffisSampson 1942 Wattle Cue
of %.A par beings of 10.27
NEt of
SEU 210 SW.Cor ofEH
Cm .
1100.W.&: lir- S.' .
: X & S 306' .
by E
FtE&
W by 410 of XWU of SE32 I U nt '
&W In SE Cor. 34 5 21 2 Leona Johnson 8.43 ft N & S Let 6ofBlk I in 1 White NofNECor'of1tE.S7ODegW4W
18' 2 4.43
$H of XEU of XEU 10 6 21 20 M. J. Thomas 7.95 X% of E 2,3 of XW 4 U .WUliam. A Tysonir- Lincoln City ,- 'tot U. POBJ : ,
E of SEV of 20 Vernie E. Thornton 23.47 William McLeod 2.48 confsrwr
% XEU 22 6 21 of S
XEUUA Lots, i of Blk 15 In
18' 13 14.84 LY S
21' William Tyson Jr 100' S 10 Deg.
Lot 17 of Blk 1 Cros- .. .
as des -
In Lincoln City
by Lake Shores Muriel Ainslie 5.72 DD Georgia Allen 15.17 W 360 to Lake
Elks. 33. 34. 35 in BK 60 .Pg 3J9J 11 6 U U James Cruger 2.43 Lots 2*& 3 Of Elk 16 NELY onLaki-3O'

Crosby Lake Shores 7.40 Joe E. Starling 23.97 S 23! of SWU of'W'2'l" in Lincoln'City Lucions Cottle 6.83 :X"10 D.gE 3WtoPOBorLotl6 _' ,
% Leroy Dent 13.47 Com. at Cor ef
1 Lot lying in SE Cor SE 34 I 22 E. J. Procter
W 220 ft of NE W t' 36 CO
of SWU of SEU being XE& of % run 210"to'POB ,
-
SWU Dorthy ft Jennie Beg 167.5' W of SW
'
410 Ft. X & S 18 S U' COnt"W 2U', .
by 840 ft E & W II '7 21 8.Truby Slade 34.85 .Hall 4.85 N hGft.. E 214'8 cor of Sec 21.8.2%. .. i ,
Iot' of B1K 3 in Gra- '. W of NE 4 of SEE I '210'_ t o.OJ.ExRfV 31 .6 ..22 Everett W. Uedlin 11.99 POB. S 200' to Lake

hamE L. E. Ratliff 10.27 1/& 18 C ZJ' 20. George Goodwiw ... Ret to POB & run
.< W See Line 42.$'
40 Ft of 11:st between : t .1 < 10.77 1.210 Ft Sq in SE on
'
Blks!! 3 & S In Orah.im Mural Ratiiff .2.07. 'i of XEU of SE%, Cor of. XEU Ex. S 200 to Lake ELY .
5? T'- ta : Ex.2A1n XK eor* 11 1 ZJl 18 : Ernest DeQ .37 RJW 34Com3S9 I 22 1 J. C. Barton 8.19 along Lake 62.5 .

W 319' of F..HV"m. on Lot 3 of Elk 3 in I Ft W of NE"Cor r.- > Rd .RW; 3t. "....22. '\William. IE: Whiten -

S line of \\vu rNEU Green Acres 'SD: ef-XEU &.run II., I2Q
on W lire of Louis t-HJllen22 S IO!! Tt .W"I'! Ft Peg at 78$' E of .NW
flynfl X on :Cahl 10.99 N 1,2 Ft'E 399Ft S Cor of Sec. 8 232*

Lot 9 of Blk 2 in To Lake Ei80 J '. X
R/W 71'1 Y-U to FOB. Sun to Beg II' 22 ,10 Lawrence F. LaMes
W 170 Yds. X 124 ny Acres SD, I *. .*. 1 23r. W *9' to Begob.ftgyLar.f .
Alberta 3.48 Sr. 2143
!/S Yds F. 224 Yds. Lot 4 of BIll 2 in San- Tyson. AH SWU Of SEU S 'fi..or an
To POP- 29 1 21 \.2 Mrs.JI. L. Beard .26.97 nu Acres )Robert 1" t! Ry Er W'S34 Tl 24 I 22 Roy UcKinney 15.17 'un-recd Plat**desc1DB2M35T .

Com. 520 W of SE Cor t n .......... t Dell eq 3.48 : JV in SW >Cor"of- r'XE' .... > 35 1 22 James R. Jones 26.47
of Lot tf; ) '- run \V 1 Lot in SW Cor of 'of SEU_ com Lot 40 in .Indian .'
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> -f
\ r
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104/ xiov.: n in4\/ 'BSS of R3W in at SW cor-of NE! 'jBeich 'I' Jl. C. Whitehead 46.78

S20S' T., ron isLets 5 22 Kaiford Miller 4.41 Temples SD being "OfgE run N '4Y. '
3. 11 in UIHM- -.* appn> 100 EAt IV ,E :U.- 4i4r. W 'I J. P.. KELLY.
lawn "U 5 22 20 Fred T. Xatho 10.27 by 1::' N & S Tax Collector. Bradford Fla.
21 1 1-. : James JL ,GriiXis 1U .253.rto :'Bee K 1 U. : 2 Harlea Runt 21.9iDeweripti. County
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA -PACT xrvsTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTT
;TinjRSDA.Y.-MAY 28, 1959:
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I r., y y y y--- ing and shorthand, social studies, principal. We regret that the!I rrrYYYYYTT T YTYYTYTY' j. C. Hobbs. will be guest speak-! OTIf..: May 9. 1 I' 9

COLORED mathematics, science and other rain and stormy weather prevented cf. Supt. Morgan will present; Xotie i i" hereby !piten that the following INTEREST TO I
f NEWS. OF courses upon request. Community our having the closing HAMPTON\ diplomas, and American LegIOn: :,t I'u'lKAtxtion at lOA: o'clock n *n. on the 5th day of June ".ft.,
,
: 561 i 1939. at the nty Hall. City of StarXe. County of Bradford. Stm.f
wards will be made bPost
will also be. offered. but the children will
music
Choir receive -
program 1-1 nda. to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to he
; CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY No classes can operate withouta I their certificates at the B, Kin. D. E. inn Cmmandcr Harry Eabb.The Glee] same, together with an costs of ?u..h sale and advertising.

minimum enrollment of 15 chool: without ceremony. "Man Club will again provide music. j *
1)r'irrlptkis S. T. R. \rtr+ On ner T.,e.
. By Ozora J. Shell persons. L. H. Gibson, director Ian appoint but God can disap 4AAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPTA / Slides To Be ShownA I
I lot 520: ft. E & W
................. asks that we not start a class point." We are still thankful for series of slides on the Bible
i AAA A A............. .......... .. i Honors Teachers by3ftN&jV
J.,* ',;.7" with less than 20 persons which a very successful term and look I riil be shown at prayer meetingsin V XW WI. of

("[. *. Boy. Scout News team plans to participate in the will allow for drop-outs during rorward to working with each of !. The six teachers of Hampton Hampton Christian Church NvL 21 C 22 2 Mr!'. Alma Hough 211
I Elementary School were honored L"t 9 of Rk 2 in Sunny -
; The members of Boy Scout tournament which will be held the term. You have three monthsto ou next term, if nothing pre-,' at social hour the ,| starting Tul'SdaJune 16, at 7:30p. : Acres S t) Albert Tj>on 1.77
following
:Troops have the opportunity of later in the season.Kock'NRolIers make up your minds to come 'vents. S. C. Price Principal. a the m. The pastor. Rev. John, Lot 4 ot Ilk : in Sunny -
l PTA meeting in Are
attending Summer Camp. The Club I ack to school and keep the adult Closing Date Of School school Hampton auditorium night. II White and Mrs. White left Mon- l...t" .. S. A10 of flobert Den 1 TT
is NOW! First to President Jackie Tuesday for two weeks vacation F.Vk : in
time to register According education alive in oay a trip. Sunny ArresSV Alfred Barnes! 4.09
program All asked to ob- 19. The occasion sort of I
parents are May was
First Served $2 fee will Marshall: the Rock'N-Rollers will Cancer Drive Nets 836:
Come -a i Bradford County. "A little learning : '. of Bik 6 S of
eive; June 1 as the last day of a farewell party, since none of
leserve a place for any Scout. j have their first dance on Friday. is a dangerous thing" I The drive for funds to fight I n :S W Temp ST! 21L G :: 3 AltTints'& )Jlrlti:
I chool and until then the staff will bet
I Make Summer Camp a Mut.r : 'June 13, in the R J E Cafetorium ; Pope kindly see j present teaching cancer netted $56.45 from 5 ns
hat children attend school. tack at this school next fall. Hamp-I .ts C t; T of rtlk 1J
r Scoutmaster B. T. Marshall urgesas [ftarting at 5 p. m. They will be i I Commencement At R J E your t. ton, according to Mrs. T. in X-Ueno S TL ) Leroy Iy ng Jr. :.n
.many parents as pcs&ible to chaperoned by Supervisor Shell i Remember we are required by law Retiring "re Mrs. Oia M. Per- derman, who was in charge of thedrive "t s 3 AC of Blk 2!
I I Sunday at 3 p. m. the annual '0 see that pupils attend school in X. l>no S I) lJordYdridtpe 255
Jcms principal .and 8th grade
send their sons who are scouts to and others working on the summer : for this area. I. t* 4 & z 5 of t"lk V
i Camp Coacoochee. First period- !; program. This type of activity cormon:; was delivered by Rev. for 180 days during the year.' teacher for the past 12 years; 1\.trs.1 This included the amounts in :22: ;In X-Heno FftlIAT Ora Lee .AMrMg 75;
I V I Charles S. Morris II Ph. B. M. A., Unless a child is sick if he is enrolled .-.. ;! ..( nik i in
Sullivan. 2nd and 3rd grade
ill FJoy the canisters in in
July 20 to 26, second period- V. be a weekly feature during placed stores >
LLD of Los Angeles Calif. cur- lahapan Si R*l>ert le 71!
July 27 to August i. third period- the summer. All dates must be in school he is expected teacher, and lunchroom dietician Hampton. and from the two Lot s ,,f mk 1 in Oaht -

I tentative. August 3 to 9. Thompkins who is in charge of rently teacher of English at *o be present. who has been teaching here for 251 churches on cancer Sunday and I >ran S D Ex II IV Aaron JMIeyLetT I 77T

Saturday. May 30 the Junior the summer: prograui. The'Satel- Hampton Jr. College, Ocala. He Summer Program' years: and Miss Louise Rauler- ,frcm the house-to-house canvass Lot J of ink. 5 In Ga- '

Baseball! League of Troop No. :te-Sputnick Club of Lincoln City was introduced by Prof. A. O. Aftsr a week of rest son, 1st grade teacher. who has Mrs. Alderman said. han S f> LfnnonKoy 77
Jenkins time associate. His Tt 4 of Rlk 2 in
long all who Ca-
al will play its opening game. will announce its summer dance pupils can are invited to Iven at Hampton school for 10 N'MU; Circles ;Meet hacan S'T V L. .f.rf'ltnd 1 777J2

The players and Scoutmaster I j f-t.'On. Debbie Ann Marshall is theme was: "Eternal Security"which enroll in the summer activity program years. Marie Wisner circle of Hampton L-ts s. >. 10 r.f Kit 2

to I the member of the he developed by pointingup which will begin on Monday Mrs. Perkins who has been WMU the in Oahacan Si> 'WilliamV. >sVyItamp .
Marshall are deeply grateful youngest Baptist met at I.ot' 1'. 23 ..f Mfc 2 V
four
fundamental
wishes of
the businesses and other people Rock'N-Rollers. Joyce Reddish J'ine 8, at 9 a. m. Principals teaching in all for 46 years has ; church on Thursday afternoon Lot lntfllk3of) V

cf the community: who contributed leporter. mankind: 1. Desire to be recognized Eddie Thompkins and staff will served !in schools in Georgia and ; last week. May 21. Mrs. W. P. (iihgn Si) t -., Cohen. J nV.t

to the purchasing of the Adult EducationThe 2. Desire for response, 3. be on hand to register you. Swim- Florida. including several in Brad McElroy was in charge of the in of sIn nIl; J in Oahatnn AVTOT CreenVHH3in 1 77

Desire for new experiences, 4. m'ngill. begin on that date al- Tot !Iof8Ik! 3 in Ca- .
uniforms. Special thanks to Commander adult education classes ford County before coming to )program. "Witnessing for Christ. I
Drsire: for security.A haean S l' \ W. Parker 1.77
Julius Royal: and members WIll end on Friday. May 29. Vaca- I. so.Movies Hampton. Mrs. Sullivan taught I The evening circle of Hampton

} of Pest 314 of the American tion will extend to Tuesday September beautiful solo 'was rendered will be shown in the for six years at Theressa, before ;I II Baptist WMU met the previous !; Tom at XW <"Or of Jk"fRE&rrn V
by Tommie Lane Huff honor :: S ;
I .Legion for the contributions 8. Persons interested in I I auditorium this year instead of I the schools were consolidated and i I v.rek. en Thursday evening. May: S i;" ft fur a roi"

i made. Thi* team is being sponsored -I taking courses to complete high student "Let There Be Peace the Reno Theater because we 1 Tneressa students brought to ; :4. at the home of Mrs. M. R. run F: GII ft S S* ft. -
V ether music by the choir under \v tin; ft. X 5ft ft t..
Lave Venetian blinds and ,
bv the Robinson-Jenkins- school or for additional skills are can Hampton by bus. She began j Misner. The group \oted to > >l-e1'- SJ
t
the direction
Di>Sup Post 314 of Starke. The I asked to enroll at 7 p. m. at R J of Mrs. P. S. Pierce darken the cafetorium. teaching here just after the present the Virginia Faile Circle Ex n'l: 6 22 V lLi .Elt. rllon S 91
general i date. Classes in assisted by Mrs. Z. P. Jennings. Dancing will be directed once school building was and T,-t Q nf nik 2 In Xat' V IV V
p-ibhc is invited to the E on the above Mrs. Charles Hicks was .
ball diamond at R J E to see seving and cooking will be offered I Other persons appearing on each week, arts and crafts, music ed. Miss Raulerson construct-I tlf cted circle chairman Mrs. Don i: rum wiir-am at SW s n cor ofxv V Jtalhi. >V fa* JPcnsalallJt ; 2 55

I the first game.of the season. The I by Mrs. O. W. George, typ- I the program were Rev. George W. rnd remedial reading activities; teaching for 42 years and has' Hill, secretary-treasurer and Mrs. j I, of SWH &;

lee, Sr. Rev. J. P. Franklin. Rev. will be held. Regular out-door and I been at Hampton for the last ten. I'I'I E. L. Birt. program chairman. The'I Line run 7;i'I:4A on.ft for*4 POR.SPC

i Levy Lennon and Oscar Dell. The indoor sports and games will be The PTA presented each of the "Witnessing for Christ. I It.rogram. then X :2:lIft ft. n
The perfect tribute to candidates for graduation I 1ftft ft. S Sort ft. WIPO
were: played. Principal C. C. Anderson retiring teachers with a gift. and I was presented by Mrs. Hicks.
Leola Barber Beatrice (( ft to ron M C 1% >hn Lennon 5.05
a cherished memory Baskin pnd staff will conduct a similar I corsages of white gladioli were PersonalsMr.

Helen Bright, Vera Clair Coleman program in Lawtey at Anderson I given to each of the six teachers.Mrs. and Mrs. Donald McMa-i"I ? 1 U.?!>- of \\-ii "fSW ..

Every funeral that Mae Bell Dell, Jessie Mae Junior High. Plan now to haves i Janie H. Noe, who has hone and son of Bradenton and H'W,Peso of s\V Dm.'G% Ex; V

we conduct Franklin. Tommie Lane Huff your children attend. The activity -, been at Hampton Elementary as Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McMahoneof :, 2! C :: Gladys Harrlngrtoa' S.55
is a source of sustaining 'honor student] I ("tm at XW cor ofMV'i -
Joan Jenkins, day will be 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. ;t 6th and 7th grade teacher, will Shreveport, La.. spent last ; ('f SW &

1 solace and spiritual inspira- fsalutatorianl, Gertie Mae Jones Monday thru Friday. The schedule be on leave of absence to enter weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. run !S: :210/ ft. K 100

tion to the family.Hundreds'of J Martha McGreogor. Roser Lee will be published in the next is- I law school at the U of P. Mrs. M. L. Watterson. On Saturday. ft S 1M for ft.a TOT K 219:.; run ft. '

Moore Hazel Marie Tyson Lucille ue. Gladys Wasdin and Mrs.Elizabeth they all visited Manneland and X 1M ft.V !V!t ft '
.; details are managed and economically Mary Walker fin[ absentia 1 'Mary Fiesta Club Haines will transfer to other St. Augustine. to lOR 22r..m I 22 Linnf" T101Et A1 1.t'

attended to that only a trained and careful Helen White Charlie Mae Williams The next regular meeting will M'hools-Mrs. Wasdin returningto Gene Chasen spent last weekEnd SW'i at of XV siv roT' of* ,

organization can perform when the urgent need Dorothy Mae Williams, be held at the home of Mr. and I' her former home in Georgia visiting friends in Savannah. run K: BIO ft. !S: 110 '
Juanita Williams ft for POP. run Wso
for serving is at hand.DeWITT Lilla Williams Mrs. Clarence DeSue on Old Law- and Mrs. Haines joining the staffof ; ft. S loo ft. \\* soft
Margaret Williams RoseceU Wil- Icy Road. President William Hol- the Starke schools next 3rear. Ga.Mrs.. H. B. Hinson rode to Plant X 109 ft to POP 22 6 22 .* Sallic Jo.J1IIaml J.77

C. JONES hams Enoch Homer Allen James land is asking all loyal membersto 11 During the business session of City Saturday with Mrs. Douglas Tom at XE: 'or of
David Lee I
Diggs, Willie Felton attend as business of import- I I the meeting Francis Meng was Hardy of Starke to bring Mrs.Hardy's SW'i of s\V'i run ;
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE\ SERVICE Dan Elliott Fleming Albert Fra- W R7for: LOB S
ance must be transacted. Don'tforget I! elected to serve as president pro mother home after a visit 232.1VIy: G'<"* X
PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4-2610 zier, John Henry Greene Alfred the date. Friday May 29, I tm until the regular election of there. !ift.!fi. K 0" to POR 22 6 2%. WUbnrltopl 111.
f Wa furnish the highest service at lowest and Lee Hodge, Eddie Lewis HolmesJr. f: :3 A of P% of SRH
type prices, accept S p. m. at the above place. Gloria I I officers next fall. Mrs. Frank Williams Visiting overnight on Crum J.3.
Willie of s\v; of sw 22 C :: SeA
ANY life insurance policy in force, issued by ANY company as Hudson Johnny Jackson Graham, reporter. resigned as president. since day last week with Mr. a Thurs-\\ Torn at PR cor of WtJof

payment in part or in full on funeral services. Consultation !: Joseph Jenkins John Wesley Birthday Party I' she is moving to Gainesville next George Williams was Lt. Gerald XK'i of SK'i ofNF ,
Kelly, Robert Lee Perry Jimmie :", for POTX run .
carries no obligation. The last birthday party for I month. Matchen of Hollywood, Ala. He \V 107.47'; X lioVr2". ", '
lee SCott.valedictorianl.I 1. James the adult education music class" J. C. Hobbs. who has been I was enroute to Homestead where K 11079". S on Ely -

Charles William. Otto Williams. will be held on Friday starting named as Hampton principal for |i he is stationed with the Airforce to p-irv POP.ofv: 4..sr! 2SL'.t C 2: Canton R. TilTman !.C*

Mrs. F. S. Pierce, sponsor, E. at 9 p. m. at the home of the,irext year, was introduced by after a threeueeksisit at his !' 5 & 7 of Ilk 1J:

Thompkins principal. teacher. Pine and Chestnut Sts.(county Superintendent H. P. tome. in oripinat Town V ,. Mrs. TO" T. Marshall 65.5S
Anderson Junior V of Starke H.
ieyOU caniV. High The following students will be Morgan and gave a brief talk. Mr. Mrs. Vasco Busey and chil- -
The
'V Commencement program honored: Truely Allen, Mae Dean Morgan stressed the need for an Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Yates and IAftofT.ot.4of:
miss it! will be held rik 22 in Org _.
; tonight at Philadel- ]T label Lee. Jesse Mae Sewell, relive PTA organization here next children of San Antonio. Texas, I Town of Starke V LeMt PRaudioKIl7ah 40.13

V:' phia Baptist Church at 8 p. m. Elmer Shell Gladys Spring Arata year. when the entire staff at spent several days here over last. 1..t.r P.lk t t.f t, T "th McCoy

V : So low priced you The address' will be delivered by Williams and Emma Williams. I the school will be new and will weekend with her grandparents I &rn551) .. '.AIrt. 4.S3

Maxwell Saxon Coordinator of The menu will include southern i! reed the cooperation of patrons. I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox. Mr.\ i: is rt of Lot 3 of nik IIM
15 in L T & Cos S D V ,} nnrhTyofl. .
; V want to Tfcondary School Volusia County fried chicken, potato salad ice | Refreshments during the social I Yates leaves next month for army P.iVs !:t & NV i of 1ot2C V

who will be introduced by principal cream, cake and soft drinks. j I hour were provided by Mrs. James c'uty in Japan, and Mrs. Yates nin t. T & Cds V ... tn'fl' '.U

C. C. Anderson.The Other guests include: Andrew Allen r Gnann. Mrs. J. D. Griffis, Mrs. pud the children plan to make / V55OftfLnt4nffl1k I

diplcmas will be presentedby Louiza Brown, president of | Paul Meng, Mrs. Fran Meng Mrs. their home in Orlando.Mr. : 'V

qI H. P. Morgan Supt. of Schools. I the group Willie Brown Clem- [I Dt n Hill, and Mrs. Frank Wil- and Mrs. W. M. Phillips 33: in L T &; Cos Id* Simmons, .Et C.1e

Music by the choral group under mer Bryant Maltie Covington I:liams. Serving were Nell Williams, tud son of Jacksonville were Sunday sr)S. 4 of ink 40 in V1tt'

the direction of Mrs. Z. P. Jennings Jerelene Dommon Sara Terrell, I Mary Lou Gnann, and Brenda t visitors here with his brother- L T & COT S.D Jackson Intrl..I1nnle Hicks 1.59
assisted Miss W. M.
1won't- by Gertrude Carter and Dorothy Sue Hinson. in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.C. X 43: ft of Lot 1 23; V
Cromity. Others appearing on the ,. Terrell. Mrs. Saxon Observes A. Cox. ft of Lot :2 of nik
program will be Rev. S. Reddic 47 in L. T & Cos Simmons, Agt 8-*'
CHURCH NEWS S9th Birthday AnniversaryMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill West and SPVW Ida .

WHITE Supervisor Shell, Herman Johnson Bethlehem Freewill Baptist J. H. Saxon celebrated sen of Gainesville visited Sun- ( of Ix>t 1 of P-lk
valedictorian and Leola Hous- 1 It in It T & Co's Farmer's Supply SOGladys -
Bethlehem Freewill Baptist I her 89th birthday anniversary on day here with Mr. and Mrs. J. f
AddLots
ton, salutatorian. Cnurch Rev. L. McKay pastor, Monday. May 25. She has spentI W. Home. Mr. Home rode to

Wateroak School will observe'the following weekly i I her entire life in Hampton and f Jacksonville on Sunday afternoon 4. 5 of :r-lk Add 19 in Harrington IMS
LT.01'
and final closing
The annual schedule: Mon. 7:30 p. m. Faith-. has been a member of the Hampton -:i with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks- L'n 10 of lik 2 I in Gladys Harrington 16. 5P.oUrt

program of the school will be heldon IU Few Club; Tues. 7:30: Choir I Christian Church for 77 years, ;dale of Starke. Billy Home stationed 1. T Jt ("n'a AAA
/ SMWALLS 31 starting at L.ts 2 & 3 of rnk: 2
Sunday, May ,
?i : rehearsal; Wed. 7:30 Prayer since she was 12. at Homestead spent the KIM in Highway C. Green 40.13
__ : 11 a. m. The speaker will be Deacon I .\.1it"n .V
meeting; Fri. 7:30 Prayer Band; Mrs. Saxon remembers attend- Vf-efcend here with his parents.

E. R. Shell who spoke sev- every first and third Saturday in? church in a school building I Wilbur Hall of McAlpin, near Plk}ox 4 Ix in>ts Temp1a44 1, 2 & $ Eunice .Anni !.._3
schoolon .
for this
Ji eral years ago "I Can Circle" meeting. Everyoneis located where Home's Grocery Live Oak. spent Sunday after- of TlkI:
GOO EARE "We Have Made Our First L-ts 2. :3. 4 of: nifc :! Jo,eph II. Gamher
to attend services is before the build- here Mr.
urged our I now present I' noon with and Mrs. K. S".fI
'Children in preschoolwill in J M Johns Add'J, Sr.
Steps. throughout the week. Mary McBride ing was constructed. B. Watterson and attended

graduate to first grade and reporter. On' Monday of this week work scivices at Hampton Baptist Fez atF. ror nf
will enter 4th !SK1'of NIB runVtftS23Gft
,third grade pupils Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church men began tearing down the old Church Sunday evening.Mr. : : : V

95.r grade at R J E in September. Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church Methodist Church building here.I and Mrs. Fred Chanceyand to POTT then B 110
,Music win be furnished by the ft. ts 50 ft. W ISO ft. J J nae1tTe'N 'l.CI
Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will and Mrs. Saxon, in reminiscing. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Chan '.fl ft to I-oB 29Tfr C 22

tovJe I Rhythm Band under the direc- observe Missionary Day on Sun- recalled when the Methodist held j cey of Palatka spent Sunday herectth ; 1'> ftV of XB:

tion of Mrs. M. E. Roberts assisted day starting with Sunday School services in a church building by ; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chancey.Mr. r'or SF ofV'j:'. :of of XKU XK'tof
6.70115 tube.typi Chandler. -
.. plus la. and by Mrs. Amandelene rt 10 a. m. Supt. Irene Thomas the cemetery near the east city I and Mrs. Nat Alderman and run S 140 ft to POR
:<-4 f.ll (ecappabie lire. The exercises win be held at W 100 ft. S 100) ft, J. T. Pollard U2t2i7I
knuts. Later
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in charge. Rev. W. P. Jenkins they bought the daughter of Pooler Ga. were .
Methodist Church I K 1 100 ft. X 109 ft 23 4' 22
V Pleasant Grove presiding Elder of the Lake City building which is now being veckend visitors here with Mr. Lot 2 of pk| I in P.ut- V .pro :K.Jeymonn. GanIt5

Rev. H. J. Blunt, pastor. The District held a very successful loin down, from the Advent Bap- end Mrs. T. J. Alderman. On l If'r (".ntt Sit) "
general public is cordially invitedto 1 .\ in S\V ror of Lot
quarterly conference. The pastoris tists. I Sunday, they drove to Grandin 4 of nik 12 In ( a-

-$63.80* attend. deeply grateful to aH membersand Baccalaureate Sunday; where they attended church and kin Add '! Collet 5.0S
FOUR FOR and students of Rosief
The faculty to friends for the wonderful Commencement Monday vcre: dinner guests of the B. r,2' lit XIV cor ofXK'

afford! Wateroak School invites you cooperation received. Rev. Levy Baccalaureate for the 8th grade J. Aldermans.Mr. of SE" run !SIco"
Whitewall luxury at a price everybody can attend its closing activities Friday I I E 272' X
Lennon was given Exorter's Licenses graduating class of Hampton Elementary -i and Mrs. Edward Saxon W > 22 Auhrey Maura, Jr. "-1*
100',
277. 29 C
POB
to
Stronger and safer, too, thanks to Goodyealsexclusi'e May 29, at 4:30: p. m. Games ; and is now open for will be held at 4 p. m 'I ?nd daughters of Tampa were ,

cord and Stop- and races toy automobile and preaching invitations. The community i Sunday: May 31, and commencement -i here for the weekend with Mr. CART. JonXS. Tax Florida.Collector.
t 3-T Triple-Tempered dances and spring pa- City of Starke. .
bicycle] at large is asked to give exercises will be held at 8 and Mrs. Glenn McIntosh. S-U 4t 54

Notch Tread. Like all Goodyear Tires, they're geant will be part of the pro- tne up and coming young minister p. In. Monday. June 1. Both pro- Mrs. Jesse: Chastain and Mrs. : -

to to 25% more safe gram. your support and prayers. Regular grams will be in the school audi- I J L. Chancey of Hampton spent flV
give
Turnpike-Proved
you up annual ad-
Sunday, May 31, : Missionary Meeting at 4 p. m. t torium. I Sunday last week in Lake Butler ;

mileage no matter where you drive. Come in for dress. i church. Rev. W. McElroy attended the dedication
at the District and local P. will deliver -I where they :

a set of these tough, long-wearing whitewall. Monday, Juneat born during 12 noon the president E. J. Givens is asking the baccalaureate sermonI i services for the new church l ll 4IV.V:

party for pupils sll members to come out and bringa I i end special music will be presented building of the First Christian l
(
beauties today. Your old tires may make the months, of April, May, and June. I I
friend. Junior Church.each by the Glee Club directed by |Church of. Lake Butler.

down payment Hampton Training School Tuesday at 5 p. m. Rev. Lennon Mrs. Eva Henderson.

The closing play and program acting pastor. Parents are askedto I The commencement program USICENTERJune UPTO$600CAVSfl
Friday night and
will
Tube-type plus tax and recappable tires will be start held promptly on at 7:30p. m. send children out. Visit Wil- vill include salutatory address by 1 220 N. Temple,

*.. -- ,-,--_..- -- liams and Sons Drive-In Barbe-I Shirley Taylor: valedictory by
All parents ana paru panw> aic; : IF IT HAS MUSIC
cue when you leave.the church it Brenda Lott; class history Henry

Size 7.10 x 15 Tube-type Size 7.60x15: Tube-type asked to be at Macedonia Baptist is just the second door away. Dryden; class prohecy. Frances I WE HAVE IT! I

fits most pre-1957 tsmanyrei'entmodelsmodels ,. Church by 7 p. m. ,so that the Best barbecue in or out of Starke. Lott: and class will. Alethia Wil-I OR 24-HOUR! SERVICE
of Chrysler DeSoto, begin on time. The
of Buick, Nash, program can I. J. Givens reporter. hms. The incoming principal
Olds,"Mercury, Pontiac, Buick, Olds, Hudson, school will present a tribute to the 1: FOR ALL WORTHY NEEDS -
: \ --
Packard
Hadson Mercury, "Through the Year" starting .
seasons TIlE BIGHT POINT for the 1

95 with the opening of school in way you write. Come in and select COMPLETE TREE SERVICE

Autumn ahd continue through yoUr favorite ESTERBROOK
:
.. CONSOLIDATEBILLS '
] 1r 19Four winter, spring and (summer. The Fountain .Pen. TELEGRAPH.; -:.' .
sSuSAPP'S* Work REPAIRS
characters will include witches, Pruning Cavity TAXES 1

sly Jack Frost, springtime flowers Bracing Tree Removal MEDICAL EXPENSES i

sportsr The play isdrected ,CONTRACTORS 11 *
tnd summer I De-Mossing Transplanting V CASH PURCHASES "
for $71.80 ,Four" for $79.80 by Mrs. M. Taylor who is IMPROVEMENTS
Inspection and Estimates
Free
.. fta.tai and iccappable. < tiles' Plus tax and recappabte.tires Iso making the costumes, music CARPENTERS I Reduce Budget Payments

Mj by under O. R the. Shell direction Wateroak of M.Band E. PAINTERSWe On Furniture, Auto, ,
TREE SURGEONS

:.Compt c set of FOUR-only $155 a week Roberts the features principal for the will program be one on of' have .Limited Supply I I V Appliances t!f

at 3 m. The Perfect for protection of, PETE SAPP, Owner
mOTHER nro Sunday, May 31. p. ,
lORE piorv cararaa TIRES JUAN OH
Rays
PROMPT EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
Prof
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"* tddress win be delivered by STARKE PHONE WO :4-3965 ,
onro11s.
of left-over paper ; V
Taylor is
.Principal
1 r.inviting R. Shell.aU members"of the From 17 to 72 inches wide. .P. O. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla. ON ALL REQUESTS V


GOODMAN church patrons and to community attend both and of school these floors, furniture. etc? while Phone. FR 6-2661- AGENTS, Phone- 1IA 3617 STOP IN OR .CALL TODAY V

1IIV' programs. '*\S work is in progress.Bradford .. Gainesville, Fla. Ocala, Fla.

STATION Thurston School ,Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla.
SERVICE 1 Thursday; May 28, the PTA and .County TOWN FINANCE CO.
and For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent
U. S. 301 South I teachers will have a fun

frolic night. Mrs. Louiza ,Brown Telegraph 1. ,FLORIDA PEST.CO\: nOL & CHEMICAL CO. '
.- STARKE, FLA. I 7t .I Ill W. CaD St. Starke, Fla. Phone WO 4-9091
.V is president of the entertaining 224 Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-3965 I
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PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGKAPH STAKKE:, FLORIDA THURSDAY JIAY Z8r 19.)3
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r ,,,,. r r I ;" I -1 the egg mixture. Cook over hot. a member for two years 'and have CARD OF THANKS In FOB In Sec. 2* T. i S. R 23
Home DemonstrationNotes not boiling water and stir con- Our heartfelt thanks to all who E. I
been an all-around good club All of Mid property In the County
stantly until the mixture coats member will be selected to attend. extended comforting sympathyand of Bradford. State fI f Florida.
the spoon. Remove from the hot National Demonstration Week help in our recent sorrow. fnless shall such be certificate redeemed or according certificates _
water at once. Cool add the ; For the beautiful service flowers
; vanilla This 'is National l Home Demonstration to law the property described in
bjDOROTHY and sprinkle cinnamon or Week.YoU' might ask r end other kindnesses we are siirh certificate or certificates! will
be sold to the niftiest bidder at the
ROSS nutmeg on each serving.As deeply grateful-Mrs. Dewey Eland -
what is Home DemonstrationWork mart house door on the first Mon-
. e w Home Demonstration Agent a sauce-soft custard made ? It Is one'part of the Coop- rlF-l children. day in Month of July nit, which
i ; JMT* tames*McfoPONCA. Is the S; day of July, 1S59.:;
with 2 eggs or 4 egg yolks makesa erative Extension Work in Ag- OT": ron PPI.irTIOV Dated (tile K: day of May. 1S$S.Charles .
Tons month. nice sauce for fruit, flavored riculture and Home Economics of w = NE9itr- / FOR T."\ DEF Darr. .\. Darby.
191.IB. F. v Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
Now while eggs; are in abundance Soft Custard! gelatin, cake or pudding. Keep the University of Florida, Florida NOTlis;; HEREBY GIVEN ford County. Florida4t
milk one-fourth cup custard in a closed container In State University, and of the Uni- Wherein the blooming lilacs sour and takes a lot of sugar. It that Elaine Co!.on the holder of the S/S ,'n
ana at a low price, why not Three cups the refrigerator for such ted States Department of Agriculture bring memories and the May days is delicious made into pies or following certificates has filed Mid Xame In which assessed Clyde W.
salt uses. certificates .
(
try some of those mouth watering sugar, one-fourth teaspoon for a tax deed to be C"nl..nn
I
June and summer. eaten as a sauce. My tulips are
Court glide into issued
House with the.Joimty thereon. The
4 beaten, 1 teaspoon govern- -ertificate num-
recipes you've had stashed away 2 to eggs
ment cooperating. It is sing a happy song. lovely now and the daffodils. ITS and years! of issuance! the de CENTER
a programof MUS
for such a time as this? Here is vanilla, cinnamon or nutmeg. Grounds Beautification scription of the
Wherever are dear heart lost The iris are budded and the peon- property and the
you
recipe a good egg and milk dish, Heat milk over boiling water. Have you noticed the improve- adult education in home economics long to me. ies.- Our blue grass in the yard are names as in foll-vas which: : it was! aswssed! June 1 220 N. TempleIF

that the Home Demonstration Add sugar and salt to beaten ments we've made to the court ,and citizenship.The When buds light the boughsof is so pretty and green. I Have Certificate :No 4:;, IT HAS MUSIC
add the milk to house grounds this month? On services of Home Demon- green Tear of Issuance .
members have been enjoying this tggs. Gradually memory mowed it two times and now the l>es.:rJption r>f US* WE HAVE IT!
Tropert
the northside Jefferson Street stration Work are available to And spring's first lilac lavendersthe boy who does our mowing will ft 1of XE: Tor Clf FYoadwar:Com 110 OR 24-HOUR SERVICEThafs
of the Court House Annex the any homemaker who wants to air. begin Friday to now for me. Hoyt Sts & run :X 105 ft. E

J Factory Prices grounds were unsightly with improve her home and community.I Pause in your hurrying day My little wren came early this .
weeds and a large oak stump. am the representative of He sings all day long andI -- .- '
think back on where year. r .: Our Business
Mis. Edward Burns and I decidedwe '
Home Demonstration Work in
We saw together trembling hand hear the Mother bird scoldingas uS'U
would do something about it Bradford County and will be glad in hand. they build a nest. .. It's Glass Bar It.1!
as we were faced with this view to assist homemakers whenever mvreRnserJoe
: The purple blossoms capturingthe My dog Digger is twelve I CALL
IT' One Quart With Each I everyday from the library and possible. You can contact meat, years i J
FREE Home Denmonstration Office. the Court -land. eld now. His sight is bad but '
House
I One buy Annex by calling
or Gallon you Wherever in time's relentless "
I you are Peters Glass Co.
The city very graciously remov- WO 4-2865 or dropping a card to he is a happy dog and goes with ,
ed: the stump which was a big job box 267, Starke. Mrs. John flow me to the postoffice to get the
MARY CARTER PAINT STORE and a great help to us. Already Greene part-time secretary is also Rembember lilacs break a blos- mail. We have a lot of fun andI FOR ANY GLASS NEED

growing were arbor vitae next to available in the office .most of som and smile would miss him now if he should We Design Modern Store Froati

501 N. W. 8lh A\e. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6.7588 the building and between these the time. ail For two little who while.once trod in heavena happen to die. I do know his Just Mail Us A Pattern for
I days: are numbered.
Edward Norman, court house Jan- BunwichesThree Table Tops
-Daniel Whitehead Hicky.
.. itor planted azaleas donated by chopped hard-cooked I I think of all of you, and of 1313 N.W.
I 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FH. %-1353ALL
Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. L. A. eggs three tablespoons chopped The tall lilac bushes are in, Clay Hill school as it looked the*

r Davis. These formed the background green pepper one tablespoon tloom along my garder. As I last day when I left. Many

's. for the array of day lilies minced on1on,,bit minced garlic work planting and cultivating. I changes have come about and
planted in front. The day lilies cne tablespoon chopped pimento think back to days when I was i' many have passed on since I left

were donated by Mrs. F. J. Pel- two tablespoon butter margarine joung on a farm in Indiana. My Florida yet they are always in

o BUCKOpen lam Mrs. Jo McDonald. Mrs. Felix or salad oil, two, tablespoon- son was a baby and the work my heart and memory. I shall
Sapp, Mrs. Johnny Green Mrs.A. chili sauce one-eighth teaspoon hours were long and I was tired never forget. Daisy Lang with
C. Belche and Mrs. Edward salt dash 'pepper, two! tablespoons l.y evening. But I remember lilacs whom I boarded so many years

Burns. grated process American by the gate, the kittens about my and who has now passed on.
v it e Staring Winter Clothing six frankfurter rolls. cheese'j feet as I went toward the barn.I My best love to all, and God '
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This is the season of the year Day before if desired: can see the little wagons so i J bless you everyone. '1

when each family should put away gether all ingredients except rolls. full of nails made by my small MOTHER LAURA.

all the family winter clothing. With fork scoop out centers of son. I see the apple trees in f* -_-B HBi BH VH HI BHMIBH ft
r Perhaps these hints will help you. rolls and fill with egg mixture. bloom and the sound of humming

:+a> 1. Use painted or covered metal Wrap each roll in aluminum foil Lees. Written on memory's pages BULBSAND
,. or wooden hangers. Some or waxed "paper. Refrigerate. To are the dear faces I have always
plastics soften in the presence of serve heat hi 400 degree oven 8 loved. This morning as I turn

ITJ A u moth prevention causing the fab- minutes. Makes'servings.. the pages of memory I smell the
; .A. ric to cling to the plastic. I Irlacs and thank God for them. Gulf LifeADAPT.
2. Dry cleaning kills all formsof 1 .............y.........
We have been having lots of .A .
moths present at the time of LONG BRIDGE rain. Nebraska is not a wet -
.
i treatment. Either pack clothes state. The air is usually dry and PLAN I.
for storage immediately filer dry AND NEW RIVER in a few hours after the rain the
FLOWERSREDUCED
'ksiii i'7I!; cleaning or store at a reputable earth is dry enough to cultivate.My Fits your
J (: place. Mrs. R. F. Merritt strawberries are in bloom andit changing.needs .

-. 3. Washing in a strong solution AAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAA.STATE looks as if I might have a
No : of neutral soap kills allmoths. bumper crop. All of the gardennow
pu TI'yes Cash New River is again out of its
.
is planted and I set out the
hat ailed Necessary 4. Wrapping clothing, just dry banks at Long Bridge. last of the cabbage plants last .
Tour lroJ..1ir., cleaned or washed if wrapped in Mrs. Edna Lavender is visitingher night. I want to set out another

--POY"'eftff iaob tit_ i t paper with edges sealed will remain son-in-law and daughter, Mr. cozen tomato plants then it will
free from moths indefinitely and Mrs .L. O. Cook of Jackson- all be planted but the sweet po- Gulf Life now has a new

if this paper is not broken. The ville.Mr. I tatoes. They will arrive May 20. life insurance savings

& addition of some flake naphthalene and Mrs. ViCK Rhodes find This afternoon I am goin to | plan with exclusive
fff 1 or paradichlorobenzene will daughter visited friends in New- the beauty' shop for my perman- .
Daily 7 AM till 6 PM j destroy any moths which may !berry, Sunday.
have gained access to clothing before tered Veterans Hospital at Lake time. I am having it cut off tages. AND a refund of

wrapping. City Monday for Observation.,. fairly short for soon the day will premium feature. Ask

Thursdays and Fridays Open Till 9 PM 5. Weather-Cold weather 50 Lewis Blank went to Green'Cove be scorching hot.I your Gulf Liferepresentative FOR LATE SUMMER., AND
degrees or below will prevent Springs Saturday to pick up his have goods to make my
Complete Auto Repair Dept. clothes moth larvae from causing boat. It is a pretty red and white i iboat. I granddaughter's graduation dress.

r harm. Heat-All forms of moths She graduates from the eighth for details. EARLY FALL FLOWERSPHONE

Including Automatic TransmissionDODD'S are killed upon exposure for a Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. grade. I have a sheer embroid-.
short time to temperatures of 125 M. L. Johns Jr. were his parents.: ered .blue nylon material. I made

degrees.! Sealing clothing com- Mr. and Mrs. ,M. L. Johns Sr. of a print dress first to see if I
pletely in paper, boxes or trunks Starke. could fit her. I sent it airmailto GulfLife WO .1-3965
SERVICE & AUTO SALES [seal keyhole tool and placingin Mrs. Myrla Crews has returned Indiana and now am waitingfor

the attic where temperaturesoften home after a stay in a Jacksonville an answer so I will know how

528 S. Walnut St. Starke, Fla. Phone WO 4.3861 reach 125 degrees will pro- hospital and is doing fine. to cut the blue dress.
tect clothing. For one trunk use Friends of Mr. and. Mrs. Bill Sunday is our 13th wedding an- FLORIDA PEST CONTROL

1 pound of flakes. Rivers will'be'giad to learn that niversary. We are having company -
6. Closet Care Spray closet Bill has been transferred from an The friends with whom I A INSURANCE

HugeSAVINGSCashDISCOUNTSBig walls and baseboards with a 5 Orlando hospital' to the Veterans veiled when I came to Nebraskathe COMPANYW. AND CHEMICAL
CO.
percent solution of DDT. This Hospital at Cake City. 'We wish first of May, and was married -
DDT residue will be effective for in their home. I am looking
recovery.
him a speedy
several; weeks to several months. Betty Massey'has enrolled in a forward to seeing them as they H. HAND, SuperintendentBox

Spring Builders' Special Adult moths crawling over the Jacksonville Business College and have been living in Florida all 308 Phone WO 4-t 73 224 N. Temple Ave. > ;< Starke, Fla.

walls will be killed but larvae in will begin her study there Monday. winter. Starke, Fla.
untreated clothes will not be af Mr. and 'Mrsl: Pleger Johns and HELPFUL HINTS: Boil eggs ,
fected. I slowly and when done pat in cold
Barbara visited in Long
daughter
15 Asphalt 2.50 Kit 7. Spray Clothing-A S per- water at once to prevent yolk I
and 30 LB. FELT Saturday.Friends .
cent solution of DDT may be used' Bridge getting dark next to the white.:

2.65 Per Roll Brick 42.50 M to control larvae. Spray lightly all will regret of M Mrs'learn Jackie that she Hersey has ,Wet your knife when slicing boiled -
over the fabric on both sides. eees and the yolk will not i *4i kHi.
1-2" SHEATHING Use for clothing left in closets entered Bradford_ We County wish Hospitalfor her a crumble. When Icing a cake dIP

Sheetrock 1.55 Plywood 5.12 Sheet during the summer. surgery recovei7.yyyyyyyyyyyyVYVVYVVVVVV. jour spatula in hot water occasionally -
speedy
8. Luggage and shoes. Clean to make icing spread.

thoroughly and wax. Sun fre- This time of year out here along .as I- .
2' 8" 6' 8" JAL. quently. During r with the lilacs we have rhubarb.It .
x DOOR ea. 29.75 rainy weather a t saw iw It stG2.75 owr Tonri .jj: '--'--.
small light burning in a closet is a plant that grows in a tall ; aanst COIIIJl8tlIof.. She up..11162 DI oriel taassanes Saw 811"'IIIWM....,Ant J
win help to keep it dry. FARMBy stalk and we eat the stalk. It is MltaMMt 500 wit*kMfer. 0 lomuHy lab"hnc U tonf
ndr.d auto.Iht ba.smsssioa -.
3' 0" x 6' 8" JAL. DOOR ea. 30.50 State 4-H Leadership CampA daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. iit+iR toeSdgniq rot cat saw I SIft OIl body taus end IIMI'add irannt tJtN l1 0 .

weekend of fun and fellowship Mw. O. E. Crosby Albert Greene. S21US ""). f

37" x 38 3-8" JAL. WINDOW ea. 12.95 Carol was Gladieux had by 4-H Linda girls Cox from and ..&&.....&&..& ...&&.. Farm residents who attended '1 .,>
the wedding-of Miss Linda Johns
Bradford County who attendedthe N ,
Bride-Ekci and Mr.- Tim Warren Sunday afternoon -

37" x 50 5-8" JAL. WINDOW ea. 15.50 Camp State held Leadership at Cherry Recreation Lake 4-H Shower Miss For Shirley Brown, popularrrrdeelect were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis ;,
Marton. and Mr. and Mrs.
Morgan
the honored guestat
Camp. The girls accompanied by was Richarde.
37" 383-8" the agent Miss Dorothy Ross a miscellaneous shower given
x AWN. WINDOW
ea. 20.75 Thought for the week. Use hos-
left Friday after school and returned last Friday at the home of Mrs. ,
pitality one to another.MUS1CENTER.
home Sunday noon. O. E. Crosby. Co-hostesses were
37" x 50 5-8" AWN. WINDOW ea.23.60 There were 1S2 members .Mrs. C. M. Burnett and Mrs. Lewis .

cgents, and leaders in attendance Marton. '
from the north Florida counties. Spring flower arrangements S01111II!bIMIn r '
For Guaranteed The purpose of the special activity "ecorated the party rooms. June 1 220 N. TempleIF tota.-swcdT IIttIfy nod a '""

ROOF REPAIRSCall was the training of older Miss Brown, Mrs.'J. W. Harden, IT HAS MUSIC ........aAtsanar- atartati .

t. rls in leadership to help in end Mrs. Rachel Sasser were win- WE HAVE IT! Saw ee t.,. id'.1i 1n.riM.hr pqt.i
J & J Building Supplies camp this summer and at eventsin ners of several appropriate games N vox. The Galoit.Ook Y.e enpp
OR
the 24-HOUR SERVICE ,. $52*gr eta a fanlww 500 haassee.a
county 'next year. played.
The program included special The hostesses served refreshments ;11(4 N
a ae ee rs. ,+
JL USE .L* Interest groups in assembly programs to the twenty-five guests. / aiaOataCnla7 M i.4 r+raw
recreation, and ceremo- Miss Brown received many love-
ibb nies. ly gifts and was presented a cor- PARK
J&Js County 4-H Camp sage and a lingerie set as a mem- w f

J ZIJIV Girls from Bradford Countywill ento of the occasion. STARKE FLA. JLNiflJ1 ] >>1.II J ;11 't. DS
of
MODERNIZATIONPLAN camp at Cherry Lake [near Little Larry .Roberts son I ,
Madison! July 6-11. The themeof Mr. and Mrs. ,M. C. Roberts Is Fri., Sat. !May 29, 30

2 camp will be The Stars" andit Cl with mumps., WINCHESTER 73 '

-, .. is hoped will that be this a star camping in their experience yule Mrs.Tenn.John,,,Robertson Mrs. Mary of Luckie Knox- I James Stewart & Shelley WintersI :- f'I'II'fi1r11 IN:!t JI?

Easy Financing 4-H program; of La Belle, Mr.. and::Mrs. Edwin Married A Monster

All girls who have finished Cemons! and..Mr.and Mrs. Dave From Outer SpaceTom

:p one project and exhibited it will demons of MIAmi'are visiting Mr. Tryon and Gloria Tatbott b & % 3J 6 ttT ; ,
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:NO DOWN PAYMENT be eligible to attend camp. An and Mrs. CK.E. Crews to be near .-..... aTUt arty 6 ,. ".. .-.r.. ''So' 6_ ill( sum 4IM.. ,
Plus Cartoons for Children :::: tin lIlT TDIII :i -
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t. exhibit is a completed record their brother. Laurice Clemons ,,1ft III fanl f f f.+n..... 'f[ ; 2..1 4 J......v. f f 1) AItrA-a1kY./lie..,YM.... r

}1.1ITitlt' 1 Loans orCC book of a project and a repre- who is seriously,.ill,?,in Bradford SUN., MON., TUES. rMw I> i
tentative: portion of work done on County Hospital. May 31, June 1, 2 tetar WM rWM..r .:: ::< k ..a..n.iw .". -. ..--rotw.r -;;<:. .....-..... :
I .\ Plan Loan that project. The aim of projects Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren of Alias Jesse JamesWith j .tA d 1 al i"wttc35.7 .
and exhibits is to learn SUtesboro, Ga. spent the weekend
by
I PetriUo f. DfvUmd Day 1 1 1 roe can save more thanevrr ""
for I /
worl'mg
eke you doing and to show brother-in-law and sister Bob Hope i. ,
," ?" SOI K. Call St. Starke, Fla. and ten others with his bdbre on a 59 Ford. Get our" aperi trade-m 4VUf! (JOfnC K .
or u what you've learned. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Harrell and The Party Crashers dividends_phis Ardmdendj that go with own-f'V / V Girls planning to attend camp rltended the wedding of Mr. War- Connie Stevens Bibert DrbcoO i leg the .erid'a morn! lxaulifufy proporoooed car WMJTI,
must have had a physical exami- rrn's brother Tim and Miss Linda U
Plus Cartoon for Children
ration and their polio shots., Johns. t DIVIDEND DAYS_AT YOUR FORDTERWILLEGAR DEALER.S
4-H Short Course "> Mr. and Mrs. C. M-: Burnett Wed, Thur. June 3, 4 _.

J& J I Girls' short course is plannedfor visited friends in Lake City, Fri Separate'TablesRita
those girls who were 14- MOTORS
Bart Lancaster
day.Mr.
: years old last January 1. It win and Mrs. Phil Brown of Hayworth
QUALITY & SERVICE be held at Florida State University Miami are visiting his parents, Young And Wild
301 E. Call Street STARKE: FLA. in Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brown. .'-' Gene Evans 206 W. Madison St. Starke, Florida Phone ,WO 4.3381If
1 Those girls who have exhibitedtwo Gff't"ne'is' spendins J You're Interested in an USED R
Mrs. A. J. fns Cartoon CA Be Sore to See Your. ,Ford ,Dealer
or more projects, have been I some time with her son and},
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-- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, 'FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVASTARKE 2! .j \


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I FLORIDA. THURSDAY MAY 28, 1959; ; ,

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TROPICAL FISH BY Melrose BaptistsSet Tvv'IIny11yyyyyyy'Iyyyyy.I I.If Kathy all.of Gainesville. i' Clove of Darlington S. C. and Mr. rt-ntly. The baby was named John this week for Georp to'1; i -
AIRy f Mr. and'.Mrs. R. F. Simmons re- '! and Mrs. C. P. Huffman and Tom ;, F.ul. Jr. Mrs. Chiappini is the 1TA Installs Officer
Centennial turned Thursday after visiting Nelson of Live Oak spent last former Dolores Wilson. Both Mr.
-..- = MELROSEBy I I I I The Melrose PTA held ;11.-r '-,!"I -
;.. .. Observance Sunday It friends and' relatives in Sparten- week in Melrose fishing. William end Mrs. Chiappini are formerly! tion cf officers at the lin.u :u.l .
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Rothhammer Ltirg. S. C and Winston Salem,: Owens of Jasper joined them fora cf Melrose. 1 iry M"ay 18. with Mrs TIm < u\.
Joyce
Fort Bragg and Fayetteville, N. ccuple of days. i Heidi this .,
Eliam Baptist Church of Melrose I Chiappini and Betty Ann 'eJr'PfeHdt'ct in t : ;
'..A..AA..AAAA c. : Charles Rogers of Tampa and Installed were: W. EI'i.; i .
c'aaiarn xcsaiCl1rJ will observe a century of Nelson participated in a dance re-
Ef9 service to the people of that area Helping Glenn Rothhammer, Rev. and Mrs. M. V. Stedham i, Winston Rogers of Live Oak called cital held Friday -nght"in-Keystone president: ReBill hr'\fnl l
Ts1Ttl 4 with a Centennial celebration on of Palatka! visited their son and on their mother Mrs. Maud nce-presidcnt: Howard NwirmetaiT 1
celebrate his birthday anniversaryat
Sunday May 31. The public is I daughter-in-law Rev. and Mrs. Rogers last week. Hc'chts. : and Murray SIP;)!.'!1.
a ,ryilil invited to attend a basket dinner his home Sunday were his t Ray Stedham and son John. Mrs. Mary Pearsall and Mrs. Mark William, ron of Mr. and : treasurer Sen. J. E. Cro.->. parr -

which will be held' following mother, Mrs. Grant Rothhammer, Mrs. Shuler' P. Cox and three} Dorothy Scully and sons. Bob and Mrs. Charts F. Williams, cele- i 'imentarian was unable to i .
the regular morning service. Melrose; his parents-in-law Mr. hildren of Jacksonville spent' John of Orlando spent last weekend brated his birthday with a partyat ; present.

y From a handful of people who and Mrs. Clyde Wesley sisters-in- Saturday with Mrs. Cox's parents.;! in Melrcse. his home Saturday. :Many of I Mrs. Odom told the group Mr
: law. Nancy and Ella Jane Wesley Mr. nd Mrs. John Paul Chiap- f his friends
d met in the home of Daniel Mc- Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mann. They attended. lJocre"ould pay his own WHI
Leod on Saturday, Apr. 30, 1859 and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Easter- celebrated Johnny Cox's birthday. rini of Orlando are parents of a j i Mr. and Mrs. Cahrles P. NeI- ;I Tallahassee! to take a l.Mdn!iu.iI !
2&q r +.tt astt ling and children. Terry and A. M.:, and Lowell Mul- 6 12 boy born '
trn tt and made plans to establish a Rogers pound ounce re- on and dauhlcr. Betty Ann. left I Continued on Pace 141 I

_'' Baptist Church of Christ to the
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Ir present congregation of well over -- :- -

200 the century of Baptist worship 11I:11:))
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+ I in Melrose has been one of .

/4I + } progress and devotion.The I1 r41 .....:i:. 1m I

: 1_ >Y { hntlc Eac ; :! of crginal four men.congregation 10 women,consisted and- REDFEARN'S 41T1P01'
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one Negro slave. Their first _
: church dedicated in August 1860
N t to tt
was smaller than the present educational -
building. Even now ; v

.however plans for additional expansion REDFEARN'SREDFEARN'S :
T : are under way. Realizingin i M

1955 that the present edificeis ,

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Billy Rose, "the tropical fish i the Gainesville airport early Saturday Mntunities and needs, the church '
man" of Keystone Heights is pictured morning. Rose said that voted to start a building fund in '

above unpacking a shipment very few were dead on arrival January 1956 which is steadily \ j4' I ;

of 5,000 exotic specimen, most arrived in good shape. growing. ,';1 1I'
that arrived last Saturday at hi;s Among the shipment were such Rev. Ray B. Stedham who became ', .!
hatchery by air freight fro m unusual speces as Golden Auratus the minister in May 1957. I'I"' I.
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Georgetown, British Guiana, z i Sr-ilurus Silver Tetra. Primodella is the 38th pastor to serve Eliam .a I

dstance of about 2,500 miles. (' Cats Golden Tetra, Dwarf ChicI in the past 100 years. This week we are adding several hundred new names to our list I!H' !

For their air travel the fist ; lios and Angels. I' :
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rrc placed in water in plastictags securely sealed at top afte] o! Keystone on Route 21, Rose its president. Mrs. Emma Lam- of friends and customers receiving this Keystone Melrose Flora'I"j : !
sufficient air has been pump:I who retired from show business I '
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creaux. on Smith Lake Wednesday ;:;
inside for the trip. The fish lef:t several years ago, supplies tropical ,. '
May 20.
Georgetown at 1 a. m. Thursdayand fish both wholesale and re- meeting until This September.It was .the last home Grandin section FREE wit h the compliments of Redfcarn's.We ,,Ii':,,I ..
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arrived by Eastern Airline a't tail, to customers in this area. -
was unanimously agreed that -. v" ,,
four camperships to Cherry Lakein h. it, and will appreciate your comments. III', I'
Madison County be awardedfor !

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS the week of July 13. Mrs. Margaret .

I Nelson County Agent is reviewing $ Iii!
the project work of 4-H MULTI-ROOM COOLING '
By Mary K. Schaeffer members and will award camper- FOR CASH I 2 HP 14,500 BTU PER HR '

--- ihips :accordingly. In order to provide i.
Accomoda-There were also groups from for these b' ; '
Chamber Meets; Seeks camperships the COOL COMFORTALLTHROUGH :; !I.:

Lions For Tournament Attendants Jacksonville Beach High School Home Demonstration Club will .. '; y
end from Baker County High hold a Bake Sale at the Post Of- .
Monday evening May 25, all : YOUR HOME ;:
School in Macclenny. There wasa fice on Saturday morning May ''
Chamber of Commerce Committees group of 4-H Club members 30. Power- PIus-tocoo1'cnti- \ ,
for the Southern Regional will deliver 110I. 1. t
Water Ski Tournament met with from Green Cove Springs and a The 4-H Cherry Lake Camp is W e any Appliance late, exhaust smoke and odors, POWER PLUS I*1 ..
group;: of 4-H boys and girls from :open to all 4-H boys and girls i + ; t ti
similar committees from the Jack- dehumidify, and filter the air. !' .
Keystone Heights. at cost of
$8 for the full week..
sonville Water Ski Club. The pur- 4-H Boys and Girls Enjoy Picnic They will : Compact new dimensions :
of the meeting was to coordinate go by school bus in during
pose in
The girls of the Keystone company with the County Agent I our:store t : beautiful> modern styling.Two- homeAIR :jl ,

all planning-of'both organizations Heights 4-H Club invited the 4-H end 'Jocal'1'leaden! Any person interested ,. 1. speed fan, concealed controls, ijt
for the Ski Tournament Boys to join them in their Annual
may contact the W
which is to be held in Keystone County all-direction cooling, low operating
Picnic at Gold Head Branch State
Agent or local leader Mrs. Helen with !
July 24. 25, 26. Park on Saturday May 23. About Egan. thi sse.- up cost. See it today! I CONDITIONi I I '1 as

Secretary Mrs. Joe Daurer is 68 youngsters assembled at the Following the business meeting '.......... '
dill looking for rooms or cot- school: to be taken by car or Mrs. Lamoreaux served iil.II IIt
a delicious -
tages or other accomodations for tiuck to the park where they balance. I :::ti '- -' 1:'
luncheon to
her 30 "
guests. to t ,.;3
the skiers and their families dur- spent a happy afternoon swimming Vacationers AttentionIf mo. on : !nll iin iUlnlqlrnii-li : ,:':

ing the tournament. Anyone having I exploring the ravine and you are planning to spend : l! iii i i iu nt 1'1'1!;
a place to rent at this time picnicking. Each child had your vacation weeks out of town : :-::::-:::--;- ;--::-..:;:: ::::..112!;::1 I:"

sill please call Mrs. Daurer at ought sandwiches which were and if you are a little uneasy :, ..... ....un... A. I I INlnllxwnwwmmww. !,; .
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4331. I nn.n..n'I """. ..-;;;,:,:,---- ,
I lad: out on a central table for the about your house being unattended I iw?? = 269"TERMS 4._ ;
Goldhcad ..' .._ ":: : ;''i
Branch State Park HOTPOINT" I
group to share. Soft drinks pota- the I ""' m..n. ;
Police i'I
Ever; Popular I hto chips and cookies had been Heights wants to Dept.-of help you.Keystone Chief !,I.1M1.:..="::.:.'J...::.:"=.=..."..:..:..=......::.'-..:..::.:lwlwnm.Iwlwlmm.N.Nnw::::::"'_-,._... ;1,1'',;
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This past week there were purchased with the proceeds froma Haberstroh requests that anyone ''C{Iw IuxmmuxnlNlNlmmm!.!!!!-!::::::::'.::''::.::::::::: _::.-. I 1'1
4.347 visitors at Goldhead Branch Bake Sale which !11nnmNImrNNllplNnummNlnmmwm: IIINtNNwnN/NMNwN.N.N/nl-+miiiii"i'.. ::: ,
held
I was on leaving town please stop at the AUTOMATIC WASHERS I m"n::::!:::!!:::!: !::::::!:::::: ;; ::-' ,. I, '
State Park. All the cottages were May 16 by the girls. Police I ..
Station on the corner of NII/NII//IIIIINwNMN: :;:::::',:; ?I I.'. ..
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filled: and seemed to I .. : : 't..Q: ':
everyone enjoy County Agent, Mrs. Margaret Lawrence Blvd. / -N-j1q ,, /N T111NnxN1NMINIIN : :
and Highway 100 !r:: ::: ::::: :MINNMNIINNnNNINNINNN'wmwn"Inth: :;::::.:.:,. ''' lij; i4fi .. I
the newest additions in the Nelson, and Volunteer Leader, and tell them when you plan togo. !Nnumnumxl/ :;:: ....:::=:::::::::...::...."...'-. t j 1, ,<" i ''I,
newly improved area including Mis. Helen Egan. are grateful for and to + *f ,NINUIllnNn-'"""
50 new grills and 50 new tables. the assistance of Mrs. Dovie Sib- emergency return.address.Also The leave police an I ,- START AT '':D Installs easily in window, transom, or wall. 'I i ;;

There are also ten new cypress !:Icy, Mrs. Jane Phegley and Rev. dept. will make a daily check on ''I 4 A real powerhouse priced to fit your budget! Ii,;,!
boats an Johnson Lake. It is I tnd Mrs. J. R. Smith in providing such house to that Ii'
see everything i
interesting to note that the level} both transportation and activities If intact. i I 16995 i
I Ask About Our Whole-House !
of Johnson Lake is constantly ris- for ths boys and girls Class Of '59 HonoredAt II Cooling and Heating ,: i.
ing. And it is also interesting to |?ince County 4-H Boy's Agent Mr. Open House I IIII

know that Henry Wright of Jacksonville !Owens was unable to attend. Friday evening, May 22. at the I With Trade for as Little as $20 per month! Ii!;::,;
one of the cottage guests I Fortunately, the rain that put regular
Open House for Teenagers I'j::
managed to land a 6 lb. Bass:; I Keystone in a deluge skipped the at the Community Church ,
from Lake Johnson last weekend. park and permitted the youngstersto r
Educational Building the eighth ::1:1i
Visitors la..t'ek included I:
Boy [ continue their exploring of
grade graduating class of Keystone "
Scout Troops from all over the the ravine uninterrupted.
Heights Junior High were
state: Troop No. 132, No. 99, No. I, K-L-M Club Meets i i i1 :!
the ,
guests of honor. There were /1 ,
64, and Girl Scout Troop No:--181. The K-L-M-Home Demonstra- :games and dancing and refresh- ,

ments. Each member of the Class i i :

HOME ON YOUR LOT 1 i of 1959 was presented with a little '. 49 lB. FREEZER WITH I;;;!:

remembrance of the
eveninga 11 lB. CHillER DRAWER i. ;


NO MONEY DOWNBy KLlClub metal book-marker.To Hold Bake Sale I I 1 I i i i I M I ,I. .,

Saturday. May 30, the Keystone -_......,. I ,
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Builders Heights Lake Geneve McKae at ..,: -- I II
: Toncy Inc. LOW : 'lb. i1iffiJ: ;. 2'.r.4.1: I :

Box 106, 1495 UPThis Home Demonstration Club will I
hold a Bake Sale near the Post I
Bow lin? ; Fla.AS i
? ( been Office in order to raise a little

to send four 4-H Club .
money ,. ,: ', x FAMILY SIZE :
members to Camp at Cherry Lake :,!

e -r this summer. Everyone is invitedto .. r # f 10.8 CU. FT. CIJ/ CITY ;
donate to buy or both. If you gY7)1
want to (bake something for the IH!

tale, arrange with Mrs. Helen ,, ill I'

Egan. at 3733, or Mrs.. Bee Coop r- : .
1 tr. at 2671, to have your baked- .
1 THfl Iii'
goods picked up. The old "bake- I
sale tree" is gone-having bowed I /!!' ::1 I 1i

to progress-but the sale will be t :
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[ BIG STORAGE ,
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at a spot somewhere near the f I r.r.i 1

Post Office. I i All Prices"Redfearn's 16 Sp. FT. OF DOOR SHE.YES! :..,
Summer Recreation "We Meet Advertised i ;

Program Meeting USABLE SNEIf ARE( I r \ .
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Lovely 2 Bedroom Model $1945Without The Summer Recreation Board i :,.y. "." '" I' '
i held a meeting Wednesday eve- :.',, ,. ,z' i I Iv

( Carporte) ning. May 27. Mrs.' Charles Mc- :t:' } 'I I" 'I 1
G'ave reported that quite a few ,
Many Models to Choose From Write for Free Folder large donations have already been
received from the .Junior Wom

an's Club, the Woman's Club, the
Any Place in Florida Same Low PriceNO PTA the Community Church { 'II

Men's Club, and the Girl's Club.

( CHARGE FOR TRAVEL) The program will start.on Mon- I. ,. I
day, June 15, and continue ,
Local Representative through Friday, August 14-on I '. I i : .


RAY D. FORTH t-oons.Monday through Friday after- "Where Service Is Assured". i SW\'c

The program will be supervised !
21 Phone 4123 hy Carl. Duncan a teacher in the HOTPOINT '95 \ I Ic '
Highway Keystone Heights Elementary Model EBS11 169 _

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA. ScnooL He will be assisted by local Phone 9391 :Keystone Heights, Fla.. REFRIGERATOR (With Trade) t''i'! I: ,
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adults. .
If You Don't See Us, We Both Lose Money Children who hare not returned i ; -
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TWELVE' BRADFORD-COUNTY 'TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY. MAY *9, 1959
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....................y... Keystone Boy Wins Distinction rere high scorers at the May cupper will be at 6 p. m. Every ,

KEYSTONE books through slot in the door. 25 session of the Duplicate Bridge member of the parish is cordially

The office of President of the Club. Second high were Mrs. Marcus invited to, come. ,All you need .

HIGHLIGHTS< Student Council of Bradford Bro=m and her partner. Mrs. bring is your covered 'dish, and

County High School for 1959-60 Burns both of Starke. your family. Somehow, everything N FRL, SAT. MAY ??, 30 ONLY!

WI4AA 4 \iJi; } be filled by John Dodd, son For people who like .to play rimes out fine at every supper,
[Continued from Page Eleven of 'Air. and Mrs. Fred Dodd of I ertous: bridge( the -Duplicate although no 'one is (old what to riMF

Keystone Heights, who is a mem- Budge 'Club is for ''them. They bring. oQ
their registration blanks are urgedto ber of the Class of '60. This is meet every Monday evening at Instructions for Teen-agers at

do this immediately, so they quite an honor for a Keystone 7:30 in the Woman's Club. 7 p. m., and for adults at 8 p. m. Carnation

may be provided for in the pro-I Heights student at B H S. Mothers And'Graduates' on-Monday. I ings.
I Meet At School Plans are being 'made now for BETTER BUYS'TKAMPWTPf1'

,gram. Jimmy Donnelly Has .. Members of the graduating class another of those wonderful suppers -
Birthday Party .
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Woman's Club Library Aims ''i 2'0', end their mothers met at the I on the Saturday evening
Wednesday afternoon, May ,
To Serve You -chool: to discuss some of the aspects of Labor Day weekend. They have
!Jimmy Donnelly invited a groupof '
It was noted that on the questionnaires his friends to have supper with of the graduation itself, ..1'been most successful in the past, SUPER STORES
recently circulated by him to honor his 8th (birthday. and the party and dance to fol- I and everyone is again Invited. So
low. Decorations, and refresh- keep that date in mind. *ffOODS I M.,5
ifolf i
the Library Committee, several Jimmy is the son of James and
people were interested in books Jane Donnelly. Fourteen children ments were the main topics ofI I I I PTA Officers Are Installed TENT
the afternoon. The class Newly elected PTA officers were SALE
Carl plans togo
'on horticulture: So. Mrs. were invited, but only nine
Wistrup, librarian, has acquired could come, as the others were to Marineland on Friday. June installed by G. J. McGlave at a
from the Florida 5. Graduation exercises will be at meeting last Thursday night. New
rew pamphlets down with measles. There were I
the Woman's Club officers are: President, W. M.
;Dept. of Agriculture entitled: the usual games, and after the on Thursday
evening, June 4, at 7:30 Beam; vice-president, F. W. Harris -
p. m.
Bulbs For
Beef Cattle In Florida, main course, a birthday cake and
Correction Pdease secretary, Mrs T. Elmore,
;
Florida Homes, Citrus IndustryOf ice cream. Prizes for the games 'y CLOWNS !
Florida. Domestic Rabbit were won by Greg Harris. Ray Your correspondent apologizes treasurer, W. Wolfe.
for being absent-minded-or Out-going president, E. E. Wil-
Land very
Raising In Florida, Florida, Williams Mike Murrhee, and
perhaps bit careless. As liams was"presented with a lapel
a preciously -
Farm-
Florida State
jOf Sunshine: Gerald Sheets. Jimmy was especially -
stated, the Charles Smith's Inn honoring his two terms as
"cfs
Bowl,
Market, Florida Sugar pleased because one of
ale being transferred-but president, All former officers were
not to
and many others. his guests was his teacher, Mrs. E
I Baltimore, to Wilmington, Del. commended for their excellent
Florence Harris.
On our questionnaire, we pro-
50 work during the
Sara Lou O'Connor Is Hostess solly.News year.
claimed an Interest in arts and Attendance prize was won by

crafts, so Mrs. Wistrup found us a At Birthday Party At the regular meeting of Brow- the class of Miss Mansfield.

took of that sort, and even.delivered Monday, May 25. Sara Lou ie'Troop No. 229 last Friday, the Linns Will Sell Ads 7ThFREE
O'Connor, daughter of Mr. and
it! Service: that's their
.. mal officers of the year were For Water Ski ProgramThe
Mrs. C. J. O'Connor, celebrated
motto. her birthday with a 'barbecued lected. They are Eileen Penney, Lions Club is undertakingthe
For the benefit of those people chairman; Jennifer Davis, secretary selling of advertisements for
Hamburger Supper at her homeon I MOVIES
who see signs week after week little Lake Keystone. The par- ; and Virginia Penney trea- the: Water Ski Tournament pro- BALLOONS
and who never bother to read urer. gram. The Tournament will beheld
ty was held in the O'Connor
them, the Keystone HeIghts Woman's The Brownies completed plans in Keystone Heights July 24, \ .
yard. Mrs. O'Connor was assisted "
Club is open every Monday, for their Family Picnic, to beheld 25 and 26. Those wishing to place -
in entertaining the guests by her r For
Tfie eliildienCarnation
Wednesday, and Friday afternoon, ether daughter Nancy, and her at their meeting place in St.William's an ad' in the program can write to C For The Children it
Box 477. Deadline insertion is
: for
from 2 to 4 p. m. Book borrowersmay son. Billy. Sara Lou was seven Hall on Friday, May J
be glad to learn that books old.Guests 29, at 6 p. m. The girls will treat June: 30.New .

heed not tie returned on those years included Gail and Terri their families to supper and entertainment officers elected by the
days just'any time whether or not Lions Club are: president: Kalpn
afterwards.
Christoffers, Gail Hickman, Carolyn .. .
-
the library is open. Just dropLEE'S Williams, Cindy Hethering- Friday, ,' June 5, six. Brownies i, Bryan; 1st vice-president, Cor- TALL
ton. Debbie Ridaujrnt... Dannie will! "fly-up" to Girl Scout' Troop I I l iett, Terrell; 2nd vice-president, c
I I have Prank Harris;: Tail Twister, Dar Milk 5 6.5
Baker, Deborah Hawes, and Mid- No. 190. The "Fly-up" girls :
planned their investure services rell Davis; Lion Tamer, Frank
Key Brokas. Some of the girls CANS
DRIVE-IN Jones; secretary-treasurer Ed
who are members of the two with Troop No. 190. .
Biuha; directors, A. E. Anthonyand
Brownie Troops could not attend .
On Monday of this week. C. J. McGlave. '
THEATREPhone he party asthey had to go to
Brownie Troop No. 390( was invited I'ersonab "
'
the meeting in Melrose on that
4113 to Melrose to visit with Last Friday, after school, a .q

Keystone Heights, Fla. day.Gina Massa Is Eight Years Old Melrose Girl Scout Troop No. 295. group of Bradford County High CARNATION CHOCOLATE DRINK 10 oz. pkg. 35c
I school girls drove to Juniper
For of this week,
Tuesday
Thur. Fri. 28 2J Wednesday May 13, Gina Massa fun .
May ,
oprings for a weekend of : -
No. 390
planned
Brownie Troop
I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
They were Sylvia Glisson, Linda
WALT DISNEY'S Massa, had to to go on a "Hobo-Hike. On Tues-
George
a party
I mark her 8th birthday. There day, June 2, the girls are havinga Moody, and Romesa Dodd Sandra, all CARNATION FRISKIES DOG FOOD 2 Mb. cans 33c
"Family Picnic" at Keystone' irom Keystone! Heights;
were games with prizes, favors, .
Knadle.. Jacksonville and Sara .
Davey CrockettAnd and ice-cream and cake. Prizewinners Beach, at 6 p.:m. All parents and of, ;-
Osborne, of Starke. Mrs. Fred .
were Debbie Brault, and brothers and sisters of Browniesare : t '

Stephen Elmore. Party guests included invited. It will be an excellent Dodd was their chaperone. They -- -- -- -... -. .
Donald and Dianne ngen, time for the parents .to get were back in Starke on Saturday

RIVER PIRATESSat. Cindy Scales, Debbie Brault Dick to know one another, and their evening in time for the Fish Fry

Martin Billy Belote Si evie El- scout leader, Mrs. Thomas El- and On the Saturday Spring Football game, Mary! I MEET THE ,
morning
., Sun. May 30, 31 more Dianne Davis. Peggy Shau- more.
Lou Gardner and her father, Sam
ghnessey, Debbie Ridaught, Cindy
Hetherington, Karen. Williams,, Last Friday at the regular Gardner went to Jacksonville, '
Blaze of Noon of No. 190' of 'theGirt'Scouts where they selected a suitable little 'ffl
Buster Baker, and Te'rrie Bennett. meeting Troop BETTY CROCKER CLOWN
: Mary Ann Law was "M. G" auto for Mary Lou.
The party was at Gina's home on
it's a cute little red one.
Spectacular Western
I-akeview Drive. invested as a Tenderfoot. Carolyn
John of Mr. and Mrs.
PLUS CARTOONS Results ,Purdy who was to have been Dodd son
.. Duplicate ridJe Fred Dodd flew to Pittsburgh on
-Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles. invested at the same time, was
unable .to be at the meeting'because Friday evening to meet his aunt, with the SPECIALS!
.
that Miss Marie Manvick and her -
her leaving
family was -
KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's day for Camp-of-the-Woods in friend Miss Margaret Boyd, to
orive them to Florida Miss Mar-
Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes New york. the girls v.ick and Miss Boyd are retired
For this Friday
prolessors Com (,;!anon Mate
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY planned: a swimming party and LPKGS.
V weenie roast at Keystone Beach, reachers College in Pennsylvania.They (1 20 OZ.. ,

Key fllne Heights Lucile! Foster, Owner lather than the regular meeting have purchased a home in Betty CrockerCake YELLOW
Winter Haven, where they will :
at the Parish House.
.-
blend their mirement. WHITEDEVIL'S .
..
On Monday of this week Girl Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Whittle L _

2 BEDROOM... MASONRY. HOME Scout Troop No. 225. of Melrose, and children, Loretta, Linda, and Mixes
,
-; i
were hostesses to Brownie TroopNo. Frank were iu Keystone Heightson FOOD
Living Room, Dining Space, Bath, Kitchen, lots of 229 and Brownie Troop No. Sunday aitemoon, visIting _

storage, car port, stove, refrigerator, circulating oil 390 of Keystone Heights, and the their old friends and neighbors __ ___ __ __ >1' -

heater, exhaust fan. Six years''old, excellent condition Play-Day party. There were refreshments ca Peach Street. The Whittles ,. .'. ., .. -.. ,, : .
Near school on Highwa21' in Keystone Heights. and games, and in eje now living in Jacksonville. - -- ----- -

$8,750 with. $1,500 down, $80.55 per month. Modest doing this, the girls of Troop No. This was Frank's, first visitto .. .. -" : ..... _.. __.. 4 _.
Keystone, and was '- -
closing costs. 295 were able- to complete their everyone :
happy to see and to admire the
work on their games-badges, .

s. .E. 1""M' C-QY'J :8 CHURCH :NEWS family.latest addition to the Whittle BIG AZALEA"

1 Community ChurchMr. Friends of Mrs. Ed Conneen

Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2Q51-4151--42091 and Mrs. Charles T. Smith WEre sorry to learn of the deathof I
were honor guests at the Church her father, Edward C. Maguire,
-, r7' Covered-Dish'supper. A beautiful of Baltimore. *

,f t .bt'.J sew .w--- cake baked by.Mr. and Mrs. Her- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sutton and Hot Sale

KEYSTONE GAS COMWY man Schroeder, bearing the words, children. Nancy and Lee, are .Dog -

Ii>_.. "Good Luck was presented"them, n.ovng borne this' \\-eek into their new
on Keystone Lake, formerly
and they were also given a beauti-
DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE occupied the Clinton .
by Vennys.The"
-- r---" ful silver tray. Mr. Smith, ,who, is
a DuPont employee is being Suttons have' lived: for sev-

. Day Phone SAF4SAS J5F transferred to Wilmington, Del.' eial years on East; 'Lakeview Drive: with MUSTARD or CATSUP -

4351 For entertainment'; Mrs. Jim Mrs: Ia1sy'Ma1field, who recently c

.. Hetherington- played two piano 'underwent surgery at Bradford' 5
.. County Hospital, is at Home, FREE PEPSI COLA! ea.
COOKING HEATING WATER-HEATING, soMs stroh; and and then Jim Hetherlngton'Mrs.: Jack. Haber-'sang cod doing"just' fine':;

.omeduets.: Jim Hetherington Mrs: Marguerite3 Ryan of Can-

Most Complete. Line of House J- Heating. Equipment In North sang a.solo, too. ;! "Old: Man River." ton, Ohio arrives ori Mar lei inHillcrest'f FREE FOREMOST ICE[ CREAM --
Church' t avisrt'wltH her parents
Florida If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter. Sea JJs-First, Community women officers
for the coming; year will ; the Jimf Goodsons; Mrs. .. .

be-'Mrs, W.'Ji| Grouch; president*I Ryan1' and I her; mother; plan' to' ....- -- .. ,.... .,.'- _- ..... \ f ...L ." .. 0-1
Miss Clera Carson first", vice-' leave'; on Wednesday: for Canton,

In The .Summertime president; Mrs; -Chester Moody! where Mrs. Goodson''' will visit '
for, a' whiles
second vice-president; Mrs.: Leon i
Wagner secretary; and: Mrs:, Mrs? Virginia Wright and her
Charles Wallenius, treasurer. I two' sons; Dickie; and Emmett, FOREMOSTFRENCH
y-W" J :
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meetings until next September : :
\"Drive'1.W.! .r i .st- i Anne's.Episcopal'Qnrctti i HEALTH FACTSBENEFITS' "

? There will ben at Teen, Town: .
, Dance on Friday evening; J.bT:29: ,': ;* OF SPINAL* I. CREAM

at 7:30. The' dance?will'break up ADJUSTMENTS' Regular Size Carton -' 23c

J.t 10:30.. .
kf1IkLa ,, :. Sunday, May 31, there will beHoly "Under spinal adjustments Acute

Communion 7:30 a. m. Diseases are cut short, and chronic :

'rind'at' 9:30 i I Sunday School, and diseases recover which have I, Half Gallon .8 c King Size Carton .; 29c

Mornings Prayer'' and Litany. AtG:3O been believed. to be incurable... "

p:: nt- theYoung! People will- A. A.- Gregory- MJX,'"Qkiahomaqt' I.

{ meet., The ladies of I the Altar Guild Pint 27c Flos'DepositSetter's p ,
a.v Spinal adjustments have proved -
are working' to provide things for 'p.

the church.hut'there are a few beneficial for the following conditions '. ,
things 'that 'they have not'-yet even after other methods ->

Leen-'able"'to get! If anyone has have failed: ,

the: inclination to donate some Bursitis- Rheumatic.- Neuritis DeliciousCilllla

at these articles, or .to"'make an Migraine.':- .Sciatica'_ Heart .
.ffertngr; they' are urged*to talk' I
=
Trouble .
Liver Trouble Asthma .
The most service! for ,the least effort .Give it o Mrs:J.-D. Henderson, or Rev. '- Nervousness.For 1
trial TODAY! Breylogle.- c I
a
i The Nearly New Shop is in need further- .- information w -contact. I
f.f furniture of any kind. Any and

THE r KEYSTONE( STATE BAN.t 111 kinds of furniture will be glad- Dr. H. G. Bellinger BUllS PKG. OF 1

t 3 ly received either on a consign- Chiropractic. Offices : ;
ment basis, or as an outright do- -- non

\ _... Jlank in a Friendly //Community..' nation., 426 x. WatanV'st.Phone ;. v .
Starkeor
WO 4-2881
William's Catholic Church .. .
Keystone-4 Heights, Fla.Member f'The *Catholic Club will meet "

I, F.D.I.C. this Monday evening-June-1/at' 728'Er University

7 p. m.T following the regularcovereddish Phone 6-3238 .:... GamesvDle

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V t..yyyy.yy..yyyy.y.yy Melrose Club Women Raise Funds 1 r y.y y! .. ..t Melrose PTA Officers Installed "

MELROSEA,4AA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, FLORAHOME \\11 I ALVAREZ' STORE Men's ClothingEstablished 1894 11lfI '!

t AND GRANDIN

1 Bane:
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3; 1 i i.f y AI' &&&&&& && & &AA Arid I t
Florida State University
course at SaM FLORlQA i I + C I ONIIE S
if the PTA would pay the expense The revival .at the Florahomc
for someone else, that person to IRI f''a: ,r ti 1 Church cf God started last Sun-

be chosen by Mr. Moore. The 1..o! t rtar evening and was well attended. (


a group Mr. Moore creed.gave a report on the kr J 4L: : Mrs.. Thelma Hallen of San : .. It COLtJMBIAJCOUNTyi.;

School:: Board meeting he had at- Mateo visited ,Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ? "
,
\ tended. He said he had been assured G. Halverson and Mrs. Hal- -,- .; .,

that the PTA would get a verson's mother Mrs. Sarah L. -' '", County Seat, .' :
report on the School Board finances Osteen, here in Horahome on r
and that the officers wouldbe Wednesday afternoon of last ya Lake City
i s
notified in advance of any : $ Ix week. : ? p
regular or special school board Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Lee Carnes r sr

meeting. He invited the School of Florahome are the pround '

Board members to attend future y r .r6 parents of a baby son born Friday S -7er
,' S.
PTA meetings.The May 15, at 11:30 p. m. in the
\ LUI CITY
program was then turned Members of the Melrose Wom! Hanks, Mrs. Keith Miner and Glendale Hospital at Palatka.:'The aNt .,uu auaunoetNT

ever to the Home Economic class, an's Club staged a successful Mrs. W. J. Gfrolick, 2nd row little man weighted in at 10 Ibs., S 4 17 ttr. 33
U-rl Mrs. Trudie SipprelL Mrs. 15% ozs. and has been named ,
'hich, under the direction of Mrs. "taste supper" l last Saturday I I a .
Steffenson. teacher, presented a Dorothy Moore, and Miss Bessie Ronnie Lee Jr. JO. :4 .w
right to raise funds for new kit-: Rutherford. Leo Strunk of East Palatka Newly installed officers of the dent; Howard Morris, secretary; .-":
Jashion Show. Theme for the .
. thow was "Seniors off to Nas- chen equipment in their club Dishes made from the favorite called on Mr. and Mrs. Oscar G. Melrose PTA are pictured above and W. E. Moore, president. 7. __ ._

tau" with Beth Pierce narrating., house. recipes of club members were Halverson Wednesday of last [1-rJ: : Murray Sipprell, treasurer; Senator J. Emory Cross, parliamentarian when- Columbia County named alter Christopher
Pictured above 1st reived at "10 cents taste" to a week. was not present Columbus was formed in 1832. DeSoto, on his
Ellen McElveen playing the part are: row a Rev. Bill vice
Breyfogle presi- northward trek
picture was taken.TRINITY through Florida founded
('f a senior packing, and Patsy [Il-rl Mrs. A. J. Witherspoon,large crowd of citizens attendingthe Mrs. Callie Rye of Gradin was village in what was once Indian, Territory a and large is
,
president of the club, Mrs. J. J. event. shopping in Palatka last.. Friday ------- -- --- -
Hinnant playing the of
part a now. the County Seat, Lake City celebrating its
I II afternoon. ..yyyry.yywyy.........., EPISCOPAL
junior helping her pack. The Centennial year May 17 through 23. Rich crops
Home EC girls served as models. week of school and that will l mean Mrs. Annie Kelly were her sons Guy Alderman of Lake Geneva KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS, CHURCH MELROSEM. flourish in this county's thousands of acres of fertile
Date for the next PTA meeting final exams. Now is. the time for I end their family Mr. and Mrs. bas a visitor In Grandin last &/n- IL Breyfode. Minister: farmland. Fruits, berries and nuts are grown commercially -

was tentatively set for the the teachers to find out how much Gene Kelly and daughters of day.Mrs. Sunday School 8:45: a. m. An important part of the county's econ-
first Tuesday in September and learning has been soaked up this Zephyrhills, and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sikes Sr. of Grandin 11:15.: Episcopal Young People. omy is derived from tourists who heed the call of
the following meetings the first Warren IScobiel) Kelly and spent last weekend in Clearwater, AAAAAAAA.tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Continued Morning Prayer and Sermon good hunting and fishing.In .

:Monday of each month. However. year.The Glee Club is undertakingthe laughter: of Starke. returning home Sunday evening. ( from Page 121 7:30: p. m. Holy Communion each progressive Columbia County and throughout

since ,there was a conflict of study of Latin American Folk Happy to have. Mrs. Lou Nor- Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Stricklandof first Sunday. Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation

schedules of the officers, it was Dances now that they are through man and her sister, Mrs. Hicksof Palatka called on Mrs. Ella and Emmett's wife and child, works constantly to assure the sale of beer and ale
decided to let the officers deride w.th; all their performances.Field Tampa visiting'with; Heilbronn Belisario and, her niece Miss,Karen,-all of Jacksonville, were WANTED Clean Cotton Rag, under pleasant, orderly conditions. Believing that
which day would be best. Day was held at Melrose Church Sunday evening. Mrs. Dorothea Mayo, in Gradin on Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. No Pant!. No Shirts, Most Be. strict law enforcement serves the best interest of
Baccalaureate To Be Held Sunday High School on Thursday with Norman is Heilbronn Church's Tuesday of last week. Arthur Bamford on Lake Geneva. Clean. Bradford Comity Tile- the people of Florida, the Foundation stresses close

Baccalaureate for'the seniors of representatives from the gym ciily living charter member and Mrs. _Alma Griffin had as a Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J'taph.MUSICENTER. cooperation with the Armed Forces law enforcement

1959 will be held in the Melrose classes taking part in athletic we're thankful each time she is guest Miss Glenda Conway of Arthur Bamford were Mrs. Barn- 4 and governing officials in its continuing "leU.regu1atiJn" .

High; School auditorium Sunday contests. able to be with us. Palatka. last Sunday ford's niece Selenda Batten and program.

night at 8 p. m. with Rev. Ray Grades competed against each Pvt. Warren Johns of Ft. Gor- Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Brantleyof Mr. and Mrs. Ray Boren and
StEdham pastor of the Eliam ether.WVmmTTtmymRy1. don, Ga. spent the' weekend with Grandin had as a dinner guest. daughter. Fay all of Jacksonville.Mr. June r 220 N. TempleIF BFER FLORIDA'SLIGHT ,\I' Untied Slate Brewer -

Baptist Church giving the address. his parents, Mr.. and Mrs. E. C. Rev. Robert- .Knight, pastor of and Mrs. H. P. Haberstroh IT HAS MUSIC BRIGHT flioi Fouxdalio*
Rev. Formy-Duval will give the I Ernie Johns. Paran Baptist Church in Grandin cf Valparaiso, Ind.. were recent BEVERAGE '-0" Florid* DnJMia
WE HAVE IT! o3.T. Km*S&m&
visitors at the home of Mr. Hab-
Invocation and Rev. Doughertywill Glad to see Monroe Gaskins, last Sunday. OF MODERATION "'SIO\> AIMd
give the Benediction. Mrs. KEILBRONN son of Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gas- crstroh's brother and family Mr. OR 24-HOUR SERVICE

Ray Stedham will sing The kins of the Evergreen section, yyy.yyyy.yyyyy..yy.... and Mrs. Jack Haberstroh, and

lord's Prayer." home on leave from the armed Marcia. They also visited their
Bookmobile Visits Melrose By Mrs. Harvey lUcCartb1L&&A&A&A&&A& forces. THERESSA caughter in Jacksonville Mrs.J. .

The bookmobile will visit Mel- *&&. Keith Reddish spent the weekend K. Feusner and Mrs. Haber-

rose Thursday June 4 from 1 p. visiting with friends in At- stroh's brother, Charles Weight, .- S >55 Sx
m. until 4 p.m. Everyone is Howdy Neighbors well I lanta, Ga.Regret By Ruth GriffisIAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALA of Gainesville. The visiting Hab- a

urged to patronize the bookmo- thought I wouldn't get to visit this to report that L. C. crstrohs left for home on Monday

bile or it will be unable to serve week in your homes through our Clemons is still critically ill and Rev. Paul Murray of Lake Wales morning.Mr. .
us. It will park near Robinson's column but I made it. Now that my brother-in-law Eddie has accepted the call as pastorof and Mrs. Bill Scales and
aaughter Cindy Lynn and Mr.
Grocery. that I have you all wondering, Weldon has suffered a heart attack Hope Baptist Church. We are
School News I'll explain last Saturday and is in Tallahassee Memorial glad to welcome him, Mrs. Murray and Mrs. George Massa, and : .
daughters, Phyllis and Gina, spenta
An Annual Singing Dance was rfternoon I was carrying a box of Hospital. Also our youngestson and their son Melvin to our
recent weekend at Daytona
held in the high school cafeteria :groceries from the car to the Wayne was taken with the church and community.Mr. Beach 74 ,

Friday night. The annuals were house and being inclined to be a mumps Monday evening of this and Mrs. Clyde Hersey and Kyle McMurty will toe! the oper-
given to those present who had lttle clumsy I stepped into a week. May we remember to prayn family visited their son and r :a. rwS., 'l< .
ator of the new $315,000 _AzaleaLanes' a < ?sl ,,&
purchased them. Then everyone hole that one of our dogs had : the be-half our our sick ones. daughter-in-law Mr. and MrS. bowling alley, now under ar w. r 7 $*{ 6 axah +x x>' b kr
had a chance .to sign each other's dug, I Iwe have four twisting my Heilbronn Church again invites Donald Hersey of Palatka Sunday construction. on the Gainesvilleroad .:F i k' :
annual. Those who did not attend ankle. Boy! .! did it hurt but I'm each of you .to worship at the .
in Palatka.. It will be an 18-
the dance were.'given their up and around again now and appointed times. Come and hear *"
Mr. and Mrs. W. Ezell and
G. lane, 'fully automatic alley, and is
thankful to be able to stand \inspired
annuals at school Monday. \ery preaching by Rev. OtisT.
Mr.
family of Jacksonville visited
expected to around Oct. 1. -
The Senior's caps and gowns on my two feel once more. Jones listen to our special I end Mrs. Clyde Hersey Saturday.P. open ,
have arrived and the seniors will Very glad to report that Miss singers as they stir your hearts A. Dampier -of' Jacksonville l'_:R ; Z i % ,
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go to have their pictures taken Marilyn Cox daughter of Mr. and with gospel singing and join in visited his son and daughter-in- CHURCH _
on Friday, May 24. Mrs. E. Ix Cox, was released from the congregational singing led KEYSTONE ,sax r ,r 1"a .a
law Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier
the Health Center in Gainesville by chorister Russell 1\!. IL Breyfogie Minister .... .. '
The seniors will be ready to go Redding with Wednesday. r'c---- -- -
to Nassau mike last Thursday and is steadily improving. the talented Mrs. Lamar..Reddish Morning Prayer, and Sermon. ; 1
as soon as they ;
Little Jeanie. Taylor Here ore tfie greatest Gulf lire Buys Every Gulf fire
returned
$115. more. Two of the last projects ?.t the piano. There is nothinglike 9:30: a. m. Sunday School 10 a. m. in years
Sunday to her home in Ocala.after' Holy Communion each first Sun- in size is available
include a rummage sale Mrs. Tate Crosby and her son, the Christian fellowship of a I every at big new savings during our (
May 23 at the Parish House William and her sister Mrs. J. country church come and be withus. 'a visit with her grandparents day. Parish Supper each third Red Tag Tue Solel!! /" '
Mr.'and Mrs. L. K. Childs
Wednesday 6:30: p. m.
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and a car wash May 30. t They M. Reddish visited Sunday with .
Susan Taylor remained for a longer -
will leave for Miami on the train her brother and sister-in-law Mr. Well guess that's about all, may visit. St.. WI Iam's Catholic Chapel

from Waldo on Thursday, June and Mrs. Eddie Hilliard and fam- the good and merciful> God for- that Keystone Hefehb
It is -with regret we report -
II, ily of Valrico. ever bless and yours bye
you that Mrs. 'R. M. Hersey Jr. Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m.
Next week will be the final Visiting over the weekend with now. is in Bradford County Hospitalfor Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m.

surgery. We hope she will soon Tuesday Man at 8:00: a. m. z /' .-r
., Confessions before all Masses .i.ii .ir .ir .it
.. Le ,well. i *ey
Baptisms marriages and Instructions
.r Among"th06eenjOying an out- -
?fPT? T. d y. 'msssP ing at Salt Springs last week were by appointment.

Mi. and Mrs: Ernest Triest and COMMUNITY CHURCH OF

sons, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gnann KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr.

; and children.-Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Albert C. Holt MinisterDr.

Dickinson and son, and Mr- and James D. Pact. Organist
Mrs J. D. Griffis and children. Choir Director.

They reported the fishing'was Services: Cfturcn School 9t': '
I f 5 ?J kS.x r .. vi.JI 1r'x t&od. a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. i
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