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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME EIGHTY STARKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JUNE 1. 1059; NUMBER
.. : Another series of hard rains -
during the past week climaxed ____ _____ _
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At Brooker Compressor Station by a 3.64 inch downpour in SUirke
Sunday afternoon dashed what-

Festivites Usher In Natural Gas Icr ever struggling meager hopes vegetable farmers crops and had

put Bradford road crews far behind -
in their desperate attemptto

maintain sehcol bus ,. .
and mail -- ---- -- -

New UtilityHailed Y ,n-s jjjjf Delivery routes throughout the LeRoy Olive! and W J. Dodd Pratt Street dunns 3.64 inch ,:ashed tnnde; the staticn durina

flooded countryside. attempt to service a car as water ,r'orvnpour late Sunday afternoon height of wate. Damage was de- I
Rainfall recorded in the Brad-
floods! U S. 301 at Temple and|Waves caused by pain; cars .c:ibro as negligible
ford area during the first five
As Key months of 1959 has ranged from .
1 high of 47.35 inches at Louis

k Hill Fire Tower near Highland.to : .
To More Industry 37.37 inches at the Starke
-i1 i1rye.
'. t power plant. Reports from six
x stations in the area including 70 C (F _

Climaxing: five years of dogged! s '. Satsuma Fire Tower and Key- ....
effort and an expenditure of almost 'h" stone Heights Tower in Clay County -

$200,000,000. the turn of a shows an average of 40.67 in. !_"r

Salve at Brooker Compressor Station !..'' 4 : felling. in the area since Jan. 1. Q M o-."--",,'t.., s,.,.. -
No. 16 Monday afternoon '.,.. Normal rainfall for an entire year .i-. .
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brought natural gas to peninsular }.. ii. this section is around 50 inches. .. ,, :..:-, -;,. _. .-:- _

, Florida. __ ,:+ Ccunty Agent G. T. Huggins 3U--3&-.-. !.:.T;;. _.' ,. ,'.. ":--:0-----, ,: -.- ...---, ---- -,..-__.-...
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It was a dramatic moment as said yesterday an already "im- *Mfci>**cgr\y; : ? *T"...,'l./'" ",''$ .&&&'r-Z.1' W.'..,.-' "- __
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some 1.200 people from Florida s S possible" farm situation has become fT Sf !* ,: :... ?. ._. _. -
and Texas gathered to see Con- i worse since last week. Pre- .. ''''''''_-- .' _. _.
.y'r viously he had estimated that 50 :". I"f"o .-v,4...- --<*j.. Ji '
gressman D R. [Billy] Matthewsand "
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; isjjpi .,- '- /sgrr** "Bi'Srr-"J, --1
top officials of Houston I cent of the county's tobacco '. -, > .
Corp- t'-"S per '" K' .. ; '
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oration and its two subsidiary crop might survive but revisedhis .-,... ..... "" .' ... ,.. .'c.'.,.,.. .. .-.. *- ..-: > *:L
companies perform the rites that Congressman Billy Matthewsend ral ceremonies_ Monday. At left is i of Coastal Transmission I figure downward this week ... Iib.". ,.' .; V"V? ""
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sent natural gas surging from Ted Rinehart a vice president F. E. Stanley. president of Hous- I I sIdiary of Houston and after finding evidence of root rot 00\- """:C'1.-c.. ,rk..:.';i_<:' '. ..,.:.,., .. rftf***.,f *tr- *'V '* T J<*: 'i 'Sk7 -- >
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Brooker to Miami under a pressure of the Houston Corporation, ton Corporation, while others in Kieinkauf fright] assistant in' plants that still looked good ..._. --' 1 ,. ,.. iv ,:,!;. T's& 'Sr t** ?*1T
turn valve at natural gas inaugu- photo are W. J. ,Bowen, president!I urer of the corporation. >1.'; ,.,......: SSfer 5fcL4i
of 600 pounds per square I II Ii above the ground. He said Law- "" -r- .;- ,-t 11'VL f l'i--SFJil?
inch. ley farmer Quincy Rosier reported A ac-
Likened in importance to driv- losing a tobacco crop on ground
Busy U. S. 301 became a solid traffic kept moving with no cars full watet backed up in thu area
ing the final golden the that had not been drowned out
spike on lake for several blocks during I.:.tailed. The highway drains into Water also washed up into Gib I
transcontinental natural 22 '
railroad
t r years. 'Sunday's rainstorm, although Alligator Creek which became .soS ClOwn Service Station
ces; was hailed by state officials Huggins said about 200 acres
attending: the ceremony as "the .l' f of cowpeas. and a few acres of
&Lr
missing link" that will bring industrial butter beans and corn in the
prosperity to Florida. .I,1 13 Heilbrcnn Springs and Lawtey Y

Floyd E. Stanley, president and #. might still have a chance S
chairman of the board of Houston !.- r making a fairly good yield but
the L v11t' ?a took view of the
Corporation man whose X x a gloomy
drive and dogged/ determination I e 4f situation.

sparked construction of the 2,609 Starke Farmers Market Mana-
mile project, predicted that the J. Wainwright described t

daily deliverer of natural gas to pepper crop as a 95 per cent
Florida will reach 417 million cubic and said sweet corn will be
feet early in 1060. At pres- to a 40 per cent yield, at
ent the daily delivery is 282 mil- best. "Cucumbers are through,
lion cubic. feet half of which is ..tiNr Fordhooks and string beans are
being qsed. by the. line's two largest gone, .and peas are severly'damaged -

customers, Florida Power & ," Wainwright added.
Light Co. and Florida Power ''r County Commission Chairman
Corporation. Harold Norman who farms in the

He said that completion of the I Lawtey area said his pepper crop .. i R.
giant steel artery from the gathering Railroad Commissioner Jerry in front of one of the three 2.000 1.200 that lined up for a total loss, and held little
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fields of South Texas to II Carter [upper right 1 and officialsof 1 i horsepower engines used to boost ;Lecue luncheon closing the I hope for survival of his knee-

Cutler a point below Miami, in Houston Corporation and their' gas on Its way to South Florida. ing ceremonies. high corn. He still believed that

nine) months' time had set a new '..wives pose for television cameras! Below is part of the crowd of I his: crop cf peas would make a
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record for construction speed. Included '" -..-. .-- fair harvest. w
in the project were around I County Road Foreman R: E.

1.500 miles of 24-inch main line I Jones and County Clerk Charles Cater spreads at far as eye can see looking wet along PrattStreet
a
end some 1,100 miles of smaller I Darby reported that graded roads
late Sunday afternoon. Home at upper right i ithat of
laterals. throughout the county are in the City Moves
Robert Green family, which remained undamaged a* water
Harold Colee. executive direc- worst condition they can remem-
tor of the Florida State Chamberof ber. Darby said the last few days quickly recededhen rain slacked.

Commerce hailed the event as (Continued on Page 4)) Toward Sale '''!. .,.

"an epochal day" for Florida and T .. ,.. ..
predicted the state would blos- I S
*'Rsr BUS Graduates .
som Congressman industrially.Matthews described Of Gas Bonds. : .

the arrival cf natural gas as I
"the golden touch" that would Largest Class Ett&
for the
bring additional prosperity to An ordinance providing certificates jsale j' t i U
a f of $425.000 in revenue -
Florida.B. .
for construction of a muni-
R. Fuller Jr,, executive director This
FridayGraduation cipal natural gas distribution SyS-
of the Florida Development ,
tem was passed by City Council
Commission said the arrival of
Tuesday night. t
tI
natural gas has already stimulated exercises for the Money for retirement of the j .
Interest the of industries
part -
on
largest class ever to be awarded natural gas certificates will come
seeking Florida locations. high school diplomas at Bradford 'solely from sale of the gas with

Others praising the new utility County High School will be held ,ro indebtedness' to the city according .
were Commissioners Jerry W. After Heated Hearing Friday night at 8 o'clock in Memorial to provision of the or-,
Carter and Wilbur C. King of the Stadium. .
In event of rain dmance.
Florida Railroad and Public Utilities the ceremonies will be moved to Nextstep will,"be advertising j-

Commission.At Lake Access Decision Delayed the First Baptist Church. and validation of the bonds which .
the s
Brooker Compressor
present
Speaking for the 100 membersof 115 estimated to take about 60 days. : ;1.. "" 55g
Station is last on the the class. Franklin t'';) ..
Ritch Salutatorian Alter bids have been accepted on : .r.=
line in Florida but plans call for,'!i I With neither side scoring a decisive dents of this small lake just off Poring counties and what I will make the welcoming the bonds which' will be in $1.000

additional stations between here. victory Monday morning I II' Route 100. Although they have[j! be the consequences?. address. The farewell address I denominations and payable at the
and Miami when the load is in- No nwl for swinjming i pbelr along t. S. 201 hetneen Stark
in the first skirmish at a public :; previously petitioned the Board 2 ked. will be made by Jimmy Hobbs.. Florida Bank?construction of the
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and
creased. I' Lantey these wet day' .'Bobby VerbiM and James Allen
hearing before the- County Com-1' to close a public street down to "There are 500 platted valedictorian. i distribution system can begin. ;
Concluding Monday's festivitieswas i Three members of the Senior and S1e'en'of Atlanta, McCrary are just Wo of the many younjpteri takin; advantage
'mission opposing forces will be the shore of Silver the residents i| on Kingsley Lake. about Brown
served a to barbecued all steak dinner ; given a breathmg spell before resuming II there have never, actually taken !( hundred yards, that have Class George Patten Mara Ann I Ga. second low-bidder, has been of miniature lake-* that farm at every *>"x culvert along the

of the Kissimmee guests by members :!j the Battle of* Indian the necessary legal, steps to bring 1 bten open" he stated. Payne and Ray Maxwell will I chosen to do the work and a pew SOI lane, now under construction.
Jaycee chapter.
t I I Beach next first Monday. .the ,matter to a public hearing. '1 I cared that all public- speak on "Builders of Today. representative of that company ,
Hard pressed on both flanks by But Indian Beach is another property is now open to BHS Principal Beecher W. has agreed to lower the comple-
GRADUATION the forces of pro and con. the I matter.. The property. .owners I I cf all races and that there Payne will introduce each mem- tion time..from '1180 to 150 days Permits Issued Co. B Carbine

five-man County Commission. concerned there have retained .tb'f: an integration problem ber of the class, and diplomas with the provision that the con- For Two New Homes .1
EXERCISESBRADFORD fought a delaying action in the I Starke attorney H. V. Knight to I cf the lake streets, now will be awarded by H. P. Morgan tact state that the'company will Team Wins

\lake-road closing :issue. After a I. present their case to the Commission v ere opened. Superintendent of Public Instruc- not be penalized for circumsances. Building permits for only two!
HIGH couple of hours under the cross and Monday morning he: Recreation Board tion. Leyond their control. !'! new houses were issued by'Build-1'Battal.ion.Trpphy

CLASS OF 1959 'fire: -of opposing forces; Commissioner oi-1 just that. fIn I. James"Bloodwdrth! Rev. Lacy Conway of Airpark Pierce. Carrison and Wulbern ing Inspector Dwight Carpenter I
t
I H. A. Bishop Jr. moved his opening remarks Knight the opinion :that the:> Baptist Church will bring the invocation city fiscal agents, prepared the last month. j
I that the hoard take the Indian said it was unfortunate that so sion's acticn in this case and the High School ordinance and met with Council Both the permits were for con-. The Carbine! Team from Cbrjjany -
Beach access road matter under much agitation had been 'made s-et a precedent. He Band will play the processional Tuesday night to review the provisions. Crete block residences at a cost B. Florida National Guard,

l\Irmorial'Stadium I advisement and Commissioner ever this issue at tbis time. He if the Board approved'the recessional, and selected numbers. of approximately 10,000 each. II von The battalion, carbine match
Jessie Chastain offered a second. ,said he felt that resolutions of the Indian Beach Because of inclement weather Edward Wulbem and Charles The first was issued to B. L. dIning the weekend firm exercises -
Friday, June 5 Other members of the Commis- : adopted by American Legion' Post would be caned Upon" the Baccalaureate was held in the Thompson of that firm stated'';;Moxley Jr., who will build on lot I Ii at Camp Blanding. May 23-
8:00'P.l\I. sion agreed temporary: armis- 56. the Starke Rotary Club, and other access roads on First Baptist Church last Sunday that because the city will sell a:'i i four of Searing Street In the ; 24. Co. B's pistol team placed

The Public tice would give them a chance to the County Recreation Board opposing ty lakes. night Instead of in the stadium, natural gas to the city power I j[ Bradford Heights subdivision. j,second in the pistol match.!

Is inspect the disputed 'property in the closing of, access'roads [Florida law, provides \ as scheduled. Rev. Lewis D. plant at a profit the bonds should i j! The second permit was issued to '! Carbine! team members are: ltLi. ;
Cordially Invited the interest of a fairdecision., to any lake in the county"7 were a road or street is Haines pastor of the church, sell readily at an advantageous. T. I. Mersereaa. who will build : .. James F. Bloodworth. team
Although Monday's hearing was adopted in haste .and withoutI property is divided brought the sermon which was rate of interest.Repayment I II :captain and non-firin member:
I
in the Green Acres subdivision.I
This Space Contributed I called for the purpose of closing I nowlede of the facts [involved.He adjoining property owners. based on the life of Sampson who I of bonds and interest I .CWO Albert Foster; M. Sgt. Clar-

Ia platted street between lots 37 said he would like. the opportunity -j present market value of ended as a ,failure. because he I will begin ,in 1962"and bej! ence R. Scoggins; SFC Virgil M-

Weekly to Publicize and 38 of Indian Beach Subdivision to meeitli. these trty in this area, a 50 thought only of his own pleasureand completed in 1988. The agents al-j'i I WOODS FIRES Jordan; Sp-2 Clyde W. Marsh:
on the eastern shore of Big I groups and explain the. matter to might, easily be valued at not of the needs of others. so estimated- that the profit from'i
Community Events by I Lake Santa Fe the skirmish I II II them. wing each property, The invocation and benedictionwere sale of gas to the power plant ;' Fires since Jan. 1, 1939-29. I.Sp-3 Robert H. Lappe: and Sp-3

scattered to the banks .another I I Knight said that ev ry' such $2.500indfall when and if brought by Rev. Donald alone will sufficient to meet Acres burned, 164.6. 'Robert W. Voorhees.

THE COMMUNITY I Bradford spa-Supper Pond as road or street'should'stand On its street Is closed -* Kokomoor of the First Methodist the required payments. Fires daring same period in Pistol team members are: 1st

it used to be known to fisherman ant situation and be considereden Bloodworth said that Church. Also provided in the ordinanceis 1S58-86. Acres burned M9,3. Lt. J. G. Wood, team captain; 2nd
in recent its. of the Since, the method of handling finances -
STATE BANKOF before developers years merits. He warned in question. Indian scheduled Band numbers I Average rainfall during the Lt. Hugh Rhodes; SWO Maurice
gave it the more saleable title of consequences if. the-Board adopted already been fenced off could not be carried out, one of I It of the distribution system.
past week at the county's three Wingate; SFC Virgil M. Jordan;
STARKE Silver Lake. a blanket policy of refusingto gate installed by the t the youth choirs of the church An revenues from sales of natural .
fire towers: 1.5: inch
Wednesday ;
Member Some of the most heated verbal close any street to. any lake. property owners. "1 can Pmusical numbers ac- gas win be. deposited in a and Sp-2 Broward Capps.
( F.D.LC.) i grenades were tossed; back and If it did so he said: the policy cute\ them wanting that I companied by Mrs. Lex Green. separate account.! A specified Thursday 1.6 in.; Friday, 1.6 in; SFC Jordan had the highest

.. ''I forth by residents and non-resi-J ould perhaps spread to neigh- ,(Continued OIl Page organist. __... [Continued on. Page 5] 1 Sunday, 1.56) in. pistol score.la.tbe batten __


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PAGE TWO
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA
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THURSDAY, lmf, 1939 L
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: editorialNatural wvvvvvvvnvvvvvvvvvvvv'\ be held each month on the fourth vill become the bride of CharlesW. week for Hawaii. I. Tfc' bruit Cart Of Floridar.1IIIh be sold to the Highest! bidder! at the
U 1 vrtdnrsday evening.Personals Carroll son cf Mr and Mrs. Deepest sympathy is extendedto Jndirlal ClrrnU. IB A ad F.r court house door on the first Monday -
\ \ Bradford Coaatr. la .
t1 Cbaaeery.Iuruthy In Month of July. 1959, which
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II I VIJy John R. Carroll on J-ne 3. all the family. of Mr. L. C. Lawson Plaintiff, VS. is the 6-day of July, 1959.
Miss Barbara: Matchetl. daughter Miss Linda Catkins daughter demons who departed this life Charles Law son. Defendant. Dated this 25 day of May IsJJ.diaries .

Gas And Industry tlr*. n E. Iran of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Mat- .cf Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gaskins last week. Funeral service was held lire To: Charles Of PBblirattoa Lawson 1223 Perry Clerk A.of Darby Circuit Court of Bradford

chett. completed 'Tier third year will be wed to C. Glen Normanon Sunday afternoon at the New Street Richmond Indiana. County Florida
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:aaaaaaaaataaaaa&.... AAI at University of Florida last week, You are hereby notified that a Xame in which assessed Clyde W.
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nor- Hope Primitive Baptist Church.
To the casual observer it might seem that two Complaint for divorce has!! been filed Colsoa. 1
Florence Aikins of \Valdo, and has been home with her fami- nan in the Heilbronn Baptist May the wonderful and precious against you in the above stjrlrdcourt 4t 5/2 1111
significant events taking place in Bradford Coun- 1 this week and you are hereby requiredtc
racy Jones Wed ly Church Saturday evening. June Lord bless, comfort and guide
serve a << of Answer or
ty this week had little, if any, relationship. For Florence Ciara Adkins, daughter Mr., and Mis. Dub English and 27 at eight p. m. each one of this fine man's fami- other pleading copy to the your Complaint on WATCH THIS SPACE
one however who reads between the lines it is children of Cross City were visit- the Plaintiffs attorney, Edgar Leo
of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Adkinscf Mrs. Cornelius Moore wishes to iy and his many friends through Johnson. II S. W. 2nd Street EACH WEEK
easy- to see that one of these events might havea Waldo, and Tracy Jones of crs: here Saturday with Mr. and take this opportunity to advisecur these dark days as only He and Camestille, Florida and file an

very marked effect on the other.In Hampton were married Saturday Mrs. W. P. McElroy and family. community about the Heil- He alone can do. original Anawrr" or other pleadingin
the Office of the Clerk of the
the western part of Bradford County, early evening, May 30, in Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Bob Faile, son- brcnn recreation program for Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Shultz and Circuit (Court on or before the 15th

Monday afternoon, history was made with the Baptist Church. in-law and daughter of Mr. and cur children. She invites children children of Hamlet N. C. and Mr. day of June. 1859.
moved Herein fail not or a Decree Pro
Brannen,
turning of a valve that sent natural gas surging Rev. W. P. McElroy, pastor of Mrs. Raleigh to desiring to take part in this and Mrs. Archie Carmichael and Confesso a ill Ire entered against Musicenter f
the church last week from Jacksonville for the relief demanded in the
performed the dou- program to come to her house to daughter of West Palm Beach are yru
through 24-inch steel pipes down the Complaint.This .
peninsulaof
S. C.
lancaster.
ble-ring ceremony, before the altar play baseball-there are plentyof visiting; with their aunts and un- order to be published oncea
Florida. That was the first significant event. banked with white gladioli, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Richardton bats balls gloves and other cles, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Reddish week for four (4) consecutive 220 Temple Ave.

The second will be the graduation this Friday lavender asters, and ferns. of Gainesville visited Sunday baseball equipment. I feel sure and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Cros- weeks,in the lITadford: County published Telegraph In- r

night of 100 Senior boys and girls from Bradford For her wedding, the bride worea with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chancey.Mr. our community will want to help by and their grandmother Mrs. Bradford a County newspaper Florida. Stereo Albums

County High School perhaps the largest classin white suit with white acces- family. and Mrs.of Gainesville John Willie visited Eddy Mrs. Moore in this wonderful Carmichael.Mr. Florida Hone and this 9th Ordered day of at May Starke, 1513, % Hi Fi Albums

the history of the school. sories. She is a graduate cf and and Mrs. recreational program for our and Mrs. Archie Carmichael's (OFFICIAL SEAL) Stereo PhonosIF
Gainesville here Sunday with Mr. $1| Charles A. arby, Clerk of
High School, class of youth in good old Heilbronn and
The ? this young daughter was takenill
relationship Simply
: 1357. D. H. Crawford and children.Mr. Circuit Court Bradford County -
to publicly thank her for her Tuesday morning of this week. Florida.
Bradford (County, one of the so-called "unde- The and Mrs. George Williams : IT HAS MUSIC
bridegroom Johnson
is the son of work and concern in the most We Itigar Leo Attorney
hope she will well real
veloped" and lagging (industrially) areas of the Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen of and Howell, Miss Hilda Warrenof valuable possession we own-Our get far Plaintiff Florida.P. O. lJ"x 2J1Cainest WE HAVE IT!

State has suffered a tremendous loss year after Hampton and attended Bradford Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Leo children. soon.Harvey's ille. 5,4 4t C'lOTICK : OR 24 HOUR

year of its priceless asset the boys and girls County High School before en- Wiggins of Jacksonville in White spent The attractive Kingsley Lake McCarthy and mother hs ,brotherinlawand Mrs. Leona SERVICE

who graduate annually from BHS and who tering the Air Force. Sunday afternoon
home of
are Mr. and Mrs. R. L. [Bill]
sister Mr. and John .
Mrs.
'
\ Fort *ppijr'Tio ''
forced to leave the county in order to find em- The couple will live in Starke_ Springs.Mrs. Leo Singleton and children Reddish was the setting for a Stillwell and children all of Fer- FOR T.'\ IIKii
commensurate with their abilities. Thisis here Mr. Jones is employed. swimming and supper party for :5-er. 194.1C. Y. II.
ployment Dankhaus nandina Beach visited us Sunday.
Bridal Shower Honors Two and Mrs. Joan NOTICE I.HKKKHt OIVKJ. "TOPS IN POPS"
a steady drain on the community, for these and children of Ft. Myers arrived the Intermediate Sunday School Pearson Cox son of Mr. and that Elain CVt.Kon the hrdder ut the
Miss Florence Adkins, bride- baa filed ...14
Class of certificates
Heubionn Church, Fri- following
young people, once they are gone, seldom if ever elect of Saturday, May 30, and on Monday this week for a Mrs. E. L. Cox will arrive home certificates fn, a las: deed lo lis /.. I. Hattie of New Orifana
return. What they would mean to the community Brenda Forsyth Jones, recent visit here with Mr. and Mrs. aay of last week. Mrs. Jimmie Thursday from the Universty for :,ued thereon. The r.rtlfl.<'at. numbers Z. l> Sorry (I Ran All the
Lee teacher of the class accom- and :years of l..uane the 4-- Way Home)
Nita Johnson the vacation. Miss Marilyn -
Mrs. summer
if they could be gainfully employed here and bride, were honored with a dou- Marklee Norman, panied the people and they jtcriptlon of the property, and the 3. Kansas
young City
Jean Keys Cox recently home from ..
Frankie wn4
and Mrs. lames in which it was a
retained to help build Starke and Bradford ble shower at Hampton town afternoon 4. KooMc Lend Me Tour
report a very enjoyable the Health Center in Gainesville are as follow: ,
County instead of enriching some other area is hall on Thursday evening, May and children.Mr. followed by a delicious sup- Certificate Xo 42. Comb
M. R. Misner and where she was a patient for .
28. and Mrs Tear of I uanc:? 145! !. :i. Quiet Village
easy to imagine.If son moved frrm Hampton last per.We sometime is improving but has Description Properly Com 210, 6. Only You
Games were played, and prizes ft E of XK Cor -f Proadwar
the introduction of natural gas to this area won by Mrs. Robert Cox Mrs. weekend to their new home in were very glad to have our not made a full recovery. Let us &: Uoyt Sts! & run N 105 ftK ?. Enchanted

means as much as is predicted in attracting industry Donald Slade Mrs. Florrie Bell Gainesville.Mr. visitors at Heilbrcnn Church Sun- remember her in our prayers. 524 ft. .S 10* ftV 24 th. 8. Endlessly
to Poll in Sec 2S T 6 *<. It 22
day at both services and hope 9 Goodbye Jimmy Goodbye
it is possible that in a few years many Brown and Mrs. H. B. Hinson. and Mrs. Ellis Campbelland Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. E.All .
10. In Love
baby of Washington. D. C. they will return soon and bring R. L. Morgan and family was of said property in th County Teenager
of our young people will be able to remain with The gift tables were centered of ,
Bradford State .f K'orM.
us and make their contribution to society here, v/ith: bouquets of spring flowers have been visiting here for two someone. their nice Miss Faye Morgan of Unless such ('fOrt inr.t. ..r ertlficates OPEN 9-5:30 EX. WED.
and large colored photographs reeks with her parents. Mr.* and Rev. Otis T. Jones, pastor renders Jacksonville. shall be redeemed according
than elsewhere.
rather
and Chart*. all to law the property drU.ed! In
Mrs. J. B. Prevott: inspiring messages at wor-
of the husband and fiance of the Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Milton
arch certificate or And there is little to doubt that the
reason and children of .
hours and
Mrs. Ted Curtis rhip we have good sing- '
two guests of honor. White paper Rosier over the weekend were -
new facility will be a major factor in bring- spent two both .
gas Stewart. Miss have ing congregational and for
v edding bells were hung above the their daughter, Mrs. Ruby Gayno
ing more and more industry to Florida. In com- tables. Corsages of red rosebuds weeks here wth her parents Mr. specials; plus the talented Mrs. rf Ocala and their grandson and COMPLETE TREE SERVICE

menting two years ago on the then "proposed"piPeline were presented to Miss Adkins and Mrs. P. H. Lott and Brenda.Mr. Lamar. Reddish at the piano. Yes wife, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Varnesof

the businesswise Kiplinsrer Service of and Mrs. Jones.Refreshments. and Mrs Arnold Haddock sir, there is something about a Jacksonville.My +
visited here Satur- church makes Pruning Work
and children country that Cavity
you
Washington, D. C. said: "Note well the route of pastelfrostedcakes mother Mrs. Maude Mott.
day with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Johnson feel at home and welcome, so Bracing Tree Removal
the lateral lines the communities to be serv- and lime punch were sened Frank cur youngest son, Wayne and I
and Mr. and Mrs. come whenever you can. J *
ed. All of these communities are candidates for to 35 guests present. Hostessesfor visited in Jacksonville Monday of De-Iossing Transplanting
Williams and family. -.
the evening were Mrs. Charles There has been a change in the
this week. Free Inspection and EstimatesSAPP'S
expansion of light industry. of Oakland
Mrs. Will Saxon
choir
practice night. this
Starting
Hicks, Mrs. George Williams Well guess that's about all for
In his remarks at the Valve Opening Cere- Park spent several days here last
week
choir the
practice under
Mrs. J. W. Home, Mrs. M. R. this week, may God forever bless
monies near Brooker Monday afternoon R. B. Week with Mrs. J. H. Saxon. leadership of Russell Redding will
K ner.. Mrs. D. E Hill, and Mrs. you and yours bye now. TREE SURGEONSPETE
Fuller Jr., executive director of the Florida Development Frank Williams. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sheely of be held on Saturday evenings at

Commission said that the coming of Awards PresentedAt Adel. Ga. were guests all last 7:30 p. m. rather than on Friday
vfek with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. liishts. St. Mark's Episcopal SAPP, Owner
natural has stimulated interest IIES Graduation
gas already great Sheely and son in Hampton.Mrs. Rev. Raymond C. MacBlala
Brenda Lott, as outstanding Tonight [Thursday] there will STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965
among industries wanting to move to Florida.He Louise Manire spent last
said that the Commission had 132 "live" eighth grade girl, and Henry *\'erkendith friends in Jacksonville be a program and business meeting Sunday Services-9:45 a,m. P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5.4887 Palatka, Fla.
Eryden as outstanding eighth of the WMU at the church at
.prospects for new industry at the present time, and attended services for Church School; 11:00 LID., Morning AGENTS ,
grade boy, received the American 8 p. m., with Mrs. R. L. Morgan
in the deaf at Trinity Baptist Churchin Prayer and Sermon. Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA
and that natural gas would be a factor more Legion awards at the graduation presiding. All ladies are urged to 9.3617

than a third of these potential newcomers. program at Hampton Elementary Jacksonville on Sunday. Attend and take part in thisgreat Holy Communion( -First Sunday Gainesville, Fla. Ocala, Fla.

Harold Colee executive director of the Flori- School auditorium Monday eve- evyyyyyyR1yyyTTTT1vyv1IIEILBRONN work. 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday, Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla.

\: da State Chamber of Commerce said that up' ning, June 1. Pvt. Warren Johns, son of Mr. !:30 ajn. For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our Agent .

till now Florida had been able to offer everything The ten graduates took partin and Mrs. E. C. [Ernie] Jchns, Wednesday O p.m. Choir FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO.

plentiful labor. wonderful climate favorable the program; presenting three will leave his base of training at Practice; 7:45 pjn. Litany and '
224 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-3965 '
vocal selections: welcome by Fort Gordon Ga.. Friday of this Bible Study.
tax structure, and ample water supply Sire.
Jimmy: Williams class president; By Harvey McCarthyt..aaaiea..aaaaaaaaala.
everything> that is, except abundant chean pow- salutatory address, Shirley Tay- ---- -

er. "We'll come back when you get natural gas," lor; valedictory address, Brenda > ., x. : w; r.r.; .. : ; :ruse%" o. .g:...y: .. ..r ......'... .. .,. ..... .

Colee said his office was told time after time. IoU; class history, Henry ,Dryden .Howdy FolKs and the very best y.% r : :rr i: r: .v.%'."l::%+,..S::snv wnJv.:6i,: :SryJ'r. a
f i' b. .. ''"Y.: .b.v;
'mW ytt y
of wishes and congratulations to '- '
Now that Florida has natural gas, he predictedthat ; class prophecy. Frances Lott;

the State would "boom industrially." and class will, Alethis Williams. all our BUS graduates and to two F
aaK. !
Harry Rabb gave the commencement of our forme students of Brad-
And FO it iS. that the two big events taking
address, followed by ford High who will graduate from
place in Bradford County this week have
a
very
presentation cf diplomas by H. other schools. Miss Sandra Car-

close relationship we believe. Although bene- P. Morgan, county school super utchasl, daughter: of Mrs. De-

ficial effects of the new gas service might take intendent. lories Carmichael, will receive her

some time to become apparent, industrially During the program in appreciation t'iploma! with Paxon Senior Class

speaking perhaps by the time the Class of of their service to the Friday evening. June 5, at the 1

1959 has completed its college training and pre- school the retiring teachers were Gator Bowl in Jacksonville and
given appropriate presents by the Miss Shirley Ann Norman, daughter -
pared itself for careers in business and industry,
fatuity and student body. Miss of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norman
Bradford and the other
County "undeveloped"areas
Louise Raulerson received a pressure will graduate from Southwest

of the State will have something to offer cooker; Mrs. Floy Sullivan, a Miami High School Sunday after- ;; ,
young people that will keep more of them in the lorteble! electric mixer; and Mrs. noon June 7. We are proud of

home community, where they are needed.SV leikins, a large Haviland China etch and pray God's rich bles-

platter to match her set. Mrs. sings be upon them always. +

Janie H. Noe acted as mistressof Miss Alice Faye Green daughter N

Faculty Commended ceremonies for the presenta- of Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Green, _

tion, assisted by Linda Leper. i :

It was somehow reassuring this week to note Marcia Griffis, and Myrtle Ann : /(. _

that.a faculty committee at Florida State University Hinson.

turned thumbs down on a student request to High School Grads MONEY

permit women over the age of 21 to drink intoxicating Graduating from Bradford i iWORRIES
l
County High School this
liquor while off the campus. The Friday
evening are nine students who
Dean of Students, who served as chairman of the finished
elementary school herein
group, said- the committee's decision was unanimous Hamptcn. Tney include Geraldine ,': :

in vetoing the proposal advanced by the j Webber Dorothy Loper

Women's Senate, and the decision leaves unchanged Dudley Hardy W. H. Johns '"iA :a :'9- r anFr i>tr

the old rule which forbids all women studentsto Richard Johns, Henry Mosher, '>: r

drink intoxicating liquor, either on or off the James Thomas, Charles. Prevatt,
and George Young. _" ".M
campus.
Joe Allen, who
We are not naive enough to think that the ruling completed the
eighth grade here, will be grad-
will be observed all students for .
by women uated this week from Andrew .
there will doubtless be infractions by those who Jackson High School in Jackson- .:jAc.> -

sometimes like to break the rules, just for the ville.Louise ;:!.':i. .,:.:,:b .,..:.. :::.::,y,.: ..: },( ..;:;....f'. .y' ,
sake of breaking them. But it is reassuring, in Weest, daughter of Mr. ; :&: '.!

this day of general relaxation and weakening of and Mrs. Gordon Weest of Miami SEE USTODAY >i bpi iigif: ;; ppp

moral codes, to find a group with backbone and granddaughter of Mrs. Gr

enoth to take a firm stand in spite of popular T.graduated F. Brown from of Hampton a Miami, will high be :: <-, !..-<: :{:. ;..:,:.. .... yy.,,:, ll ;y

Clamor to let down the Gars. school.: Happy riding...on modern, mooth-riding concrete

At least, then, the women students who con- At Christian Church

tinue to drink, either on or off the campus, will John Wagner was guest speaker tP

not have the satisfaction of knowing that their at Hampton Christian Church

action is sanctioned by school authorities, and last Sunday, and will be at services Therms: no "fighting the wheel"

they must face the stigma that attaches to those at the church next Sunday, LOANSUP .

who break with custom and tradition. June cation.7, while the pastor is.on va- TO : : ; new-type concrete gives you the smoothest ride ever!

Baptist YBS Dates Set .f

Beware Plastic Bags! Vacation Bible School dates

for Hampton Baptist Church $600
.
Keep plastic bags away from infants! This were set for June 29-July 3, at New-type concrete is laid flat to There are two good reasons for ,

warning was voiced throughout the land recently the teachers and officers meetingof stay flat. It gives you that good this. First a specially designed
the Sunday School and Training subbase that the concrete Concrete Increases !. sfrtngfb
after repeated tragedies took the lives of chil- Union last Friday evening. solid feel. No bouncing and bump? supports
load
to give it even greater year by yearang
dren, and some adults, in other parts of the coun- Friday, June 26, will be preparation over dips and waves strength. Second-"air entrain-
Concrete actually improves with
try. --: 'i day for the VBS, with
"Folks Find Us went-a new process that puts age-gets up to 20% stronger in
The thin material, such as used in dry clean- legislation etc. for the following Driving this new concrete is sheer billions of tiny air bubbles into the five years. Here's a durability

ing bags, can adhere to the face of a baby and week. Pastor W. P. McElroy willseive Friendly"LOCAL pleasure! Only concrete can be engineered concrete to prevent surface rough"bonus" only concrete gives.

cause death; bv strangulation. It has already as principal of the week'sschool to such precise flatness and ening by severe weather and Crushing resistance teats under .

do+.o ?o in several instances.So smoothness. chemical de-icers. laboratory condition prove it.It's

when thin plastic bags come into your home, furnished"The Brooklvnaires" quartet I It's made possible by the very Yet, concrete's first cost is another reason why concrete last.
special music for FINANCE
longer, costa less mamtafn
prayer > to
nature of concrete the it moderate.Upkeep is low-as much .,.
if they're large. enough to cover a child's head meeting at the church on Wednesday way l
tb:only raft procedure is to get rid of them at evening this week. The can be placed and leveled to highly} as 60% less than for asphalt. And .

once. male quartet is composed of COMPANY accurate engineering standards.. conaete offers dependable skid re
young men from Keystone not just pounded into shape. sistance high night visibility. No

Heights and Graham. What's more you can expect wonderit'sthepreerredpavementnewtype 1.
fwr nOAGIsORD.COUNTY TELEGRAPH- Family night was observed during 116 X. Walnut Street concrete to stay smooth for the Interstate System and other r;=' .f

s EST. 1879 prayer meeting at the churchon ((2 Doors From Post Office) and flat for 50 years and more important primary highways. _? ;. _

e FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY XEW9tf Wednesday evening May 27, Mrs
Marguerite Hall, llgr. sv ,
with Sunbeams > >
GAs
tl1 YWAs
? rtPKB VrBU HCD CONTINOCBLY PORTLAND
vvif*> ,. RAs, WMT and Brotherhood PHONES CEMENT ASSOCIATION

.PNhIi.lted ,..h Tfc* .r. and"Sf''R Entered THE"aa'3er..d SAME M8THEln.r Claw )Matter. ratings; in various rooms of the WO 4-0101 and WO 4-0111 16121 C4atf Drfw,OrtaSo, HarSSi ,

.tt'P1r.v" Office" 'f" 'UrLf'FJ., paper Aet .f Mar. S. 18T9. church, following the prayer meet- A national organization to extend eatd improve Ae ute conceit
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I i cises: will be Monday at 3 p. m. !day night. .............yyyyyyyyyyy.i t I daughter of Jacksonville visited flmihes.

I in the gym.Seniors i Mrs. Joe Lucas Mr. and Mrs. i ''M-. and Mrs. H. C. Wainwrightand Bill Prevatt and family of New

graduating besides those I Oscar Wilkinson George and I the Ed Durban Sunday. York stopped, enroute to Miamien Factory Prices

I going to New York are Sidney 'Ronnie Bothwell, Mr. and Mrs. LAWTEY Jimmy Eunice of Valdosta State Saturday for a visit with his
.
Wellhausen Bonnie Harris, Eddie :Junior Mosley Mr. and Mrs. College spent the weekend with sister Mrs. Pearl Starling and
By Mrs. C. B. Nolan Miller, and Richard Bell. ,Franklin Bell Frances and Janice his grandmother, Mrs. Selma Eu- family.
By Hn. Joyce T. hatchAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAALAALA
.<*ii weiner roast last Mrs. Harold Eunice. One Quart With Each
Thursday
this week for Oceana. Va. where
Vincent Palka 9th grade with a party at the FREE
I Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Gilmer will be stationed with night at Hampton Lake. Mrs.Wesley Wilkerson and children or Gallon i One you buy
Wednesday for Graduation Exercises For home of her
nd family left i parents Mr. and Mrs.
and of
the Navy. Mr. Mrs. Kelley Mize are Jacksonville took Mrs.
|>ceana, Va. where Mr. Palka will' the proud parents of a boy born Lawtey Junior High Andrew Wilkerson and daughter Dan Harley Saturday evening.
6e stationed with the Navy for The Rural Letter-carriers As- The following young people will Miss MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
last week. Buna to see the car races Mrs. Effie Boatwright and fami-
atstrickland's
sociation enjoyed a picnic
receive their diplomas Thursdayat
the next year. George Pheil, formerly stationed in Jacksonville, Saturday evening.Mr. ly had as Sunday guests Mr. and
I A singing convention and din- Landing last Satur- 8 p. m. in the school auditorium 501 N. W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6.7588
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and Mrs. Sidney here with the Navy, Is and Mrs. Bobby Morris of Mrs. I. J. Manning and family
afternoon. Mr. -
enjoyed day George William Anders,
the grounds was ;
ger on and back once again attending school Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Edna Manning and sons
Harris family were
Church last Sun- Merle Boatwright, Carol Fay
Holiness
the
ftt for three weeks. Doyle Eubanks
this weekend. Mrs. of Glen St. Mary.
among those enjoying this oc- Bradley. Betty Jo Clark, Macil
day.Buck All of the classes of the Max- Morris, a former 'teacher here,
Bacon
Hansel of
Lexington 1
Wellhausen. Roger North, casion. J. Conner. Larry M. Crawford, The perfect tribute to j/j/
ville School have enjoyed trips called on some of the teachers
Ky. visited the L. P. Rafuse fami-
Patsy Smith Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eden- Vera Mae Crews, William Quincy
Jean Carter.
Norma and picnics to the Jacksonville Saturday afternoon.Mr. ly on Friday. a cherished memory f.
t'1d Evelyn Coleman enjoyed atrip field announce the arrival of a Cruce, Charles D. Griffis, Abbie .
Zoo in the past few weeks. and Mrs. Bill Zack of Jack-
to Washington, D. C. and 3 lb. 14 oz. daughter, last Tues- Esther Harley Pauline Elaine Hermie Kelly was in Lakelandthis
Piano Recital sonville were weekend of
New York City with the senior day morning, May 26, at home. Harley. James M. Higginbotham, guests weekend to attend Bacca- Every funeral that we conduct
Mr. and
Cole Mrs.
Mrs. Combs Jr. held Ii'' L. S. Tanner. Mr.
Sass of the Baldwin High SChool.fey Tne young lady has been given James Harvey Moore. William B. laureate and Graduation exercises is a source of sustaining
piano recital at Sanderson School Tanner and son, Oral, and Bill
returned home last Satur- the name of Becky Faye. last Patrick Virginia Prevatt, Doris Zack at Southern College. His son solace and spiritual inspiration /
: Thursday night. Taking party attended a mechanics con-
a week's tour. Linda Waters Bonnie Padgett Taniner and Randall 1.. Wilkerson. Wendell, was one of the gradu- to the family.
t>re Susie!! Harris, Mary Copeland. vention in Gainesville on Satur-
Baccalaureate for the Senior Kay Strickland and Shirley Hig- .
Carolyn Strickland, Rose Mary ates.Mr.
Class will be held in the gym Sinbotham were among the Max- Wellhausen, Karen and Sharon P. T. Nolan. principal or starke day.Mr.. and Mrs. Guy Futch and and Mrs. C. B. Cannon and Hundreds of details are managed and economically

ext Sunday afternoon, June 7,I ville girls serving at the Junior- Griffis and Henry Wellhausen of Elementary School, will deliver family had as weekend vsitorsMr. son, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smart attended to that only a trained and careful
|t 3 p. m. and Graduation exer- Senior Prom in Baldwin last Fri- the address. H. P. Morgan, Super- need
when the
Maxville and Bobby Nolan, for- and Mrs. Orie Garrett and and daughters of Jacksonville organization can perform urgent
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.merly of Maxville. intendent of Public Instruction, sons: of Tallahassee, and Mrs. and the Truby Rowe family of for serving is at hand.
-mThat's Our Business I Among those attending the recital will present the diplomas. Mrs. Owen McStephenson, Mr. and Starke visited Ifenderson
: from Maxville were, Mr. Eva Henderson and Mrs. W. F. Mrs. Johhny Crews and Mrs. Mrs. Mattle DeW I T T' C. JONES
itIt's Glass We Have IU I and Mrs. D. B. Griffis Mrs. Hen- Moore will have charge of the Charlene Moe of Jacksonville. during the weekend.
SERVICE
i J CALL WRITE or VISIT ry Griffis and children Diane and music. Miss Betty Crawford of Jack- Miss Jackie Harley of Jackson- FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE
ii i I Hank Mr. and Mrs. Millard Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl sonville spent the weekend with ville spent the weekend with her PHONES: WO 4.2600 WO 4.2610

Joe Peters Glass Co. Strickland, Mrs. Gladys Copeland ;Prevatt during! the weekend were her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Har TV*furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and acceptANT

Mrs. Kyle Cannon and daughter their son, J. C. and family of Crawford.Mrs. life Insurance; policy In force Issued by ANY company a*

FOR ANY GLASS NEED Ginger, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Well- Ocala. Rev. and Mrs. Geo. Chismof Tip Dixon and family of ley.Don't Forget The Revival At payment In part or ta full on funeral service Gonsultatiaa
hausen and Buck Moniac, Ga., and the L. H. Halt>yVille, Ala. First
sons and Gary, were recent guestsof Baptist Church Beginning carries no obligation.
We Design Modern Store Fronts
Mrs. Oscar Harris, and daughter Harpers, of Kingsley Lake.S. the T. W, and C. W. Tatum June 7.
Just Mail Us A Pattern for Clara Mae and Glenn Jones of J. and M. B. Futch of Jacksonville -

Table Tops Jacksonville.We :; called on relatives here

1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-1353 are glad to hear that Gin Saturday afternoon.
ger Cannon is now an employeein Deepest sympathy Is extendedto
Pardon Our Powder And Paint!
the office of the Jacksonville the relatives of Mrs. Senie

Journal.We Fevatt, who passed away sun-,
that day morning at her home after a
SAYE are sorry Mrs. Sarah I
q T Jane Griffis has been ill again. lingering illness. '

Miss Minnie Groves took her to a Rev. Sanford Mayo of Ocala
Starke doctor for treatment last was the Sunday dinner guest of We're Fixin' Up Just For YOUPlease

week.Mr. Mr.. and Mrs. R. E. Lee and family. -

and Mrs. Melvin Watson a
have moved back to their home on Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Wlkersonhad
U. S. 301 near the garage he is as Saturday visitors Mr. and Please Excuse Our Muss and Fuss With Carpenters

operating with Sammy Midyette. Mrs. Donald Ballentine and Mr. FORM" Tearing Out Counters and Such. Just Come Down .

I Mr. and Mrs.Lacey Brown have and Mrs. Bob Cornwall of Jack- to the OLD EAGLE STORE AND TOTE THEM BARGAINS -
STRAW HATS
built a home and are now buildinga sonville. BRASStrapless OUT THE DOOR!
garage so he can resume his Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beasley
and sons of Ocala tasted her
work as a mechanic.Mrs. and Padded Mens,* Womens
grandmother, Mrs. Autie Breweron GIRLS'Ladies'
Gladys Copeland and Mrs.
ALAOp Henry Griffis took their mother Sunday.Mr. RegularSir Childrens
Mrs. Fred Lang back to a Jack- and Mrs. R. E. Lee and $1.50'
sonville hospital last Friday. Sheis family visited Mr and Mrs. S. DRESSES S E S

SSOR getting along nicely following Devero of Jacksonville, Friday C C
evening.Mr. 25 25
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED mnor surgery.
and Mrs. Frank Sweat and SPECIAL CLEARANCE ON ALL
PRICES GOOD Thru Saturday, June 6th. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Crawfordand ,?
sons of Jacksonville, were Sunday -
children of Jacksonville and THE POPULAR STYLES
Pete Wilbanks visited the Frank visitors of her parents, Mr.
'- Wellhausens last Thursday night. and Mrs. Carl Carter. Sizes 3 to 14

enroute to Sanderson to the Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt fens'Regular
piano First Quality
lecital. and family visited Mr. and Mrs. $2.98 to $!j.98

AST OR L. P. Davis has returned home Ernest Southeriand of Lake But COTTON STRETCHand

ffe from a visit in Nevada with rela- ler, Sunday. I
: tives. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
D. B. Thomas r a.ooGirls'$ () ARGYLE
c0 Baptist The Junior Church Girls put on of a Maxville play at Mr. and Mrs. Jamie and family Milton were and SLIPS i LC s'

Prayer Meeting last Wednesday Milton Clark of Macclenny. j4 SOCKSRegular
night. Everyone enjoyed it very Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Rosier Shadow Panel '
1.Lb. Can 49 much. and the Clarence Rosters of Pa- .
latka Lace Bodice and Hem 69c & 79c
were Saturday visitors of
with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas and Dressy Dresses
+ one their father,
Britt Rosier, and
llff.O mori children Peggy and Susie and Mr.
() or and Mrs. Earl their brothers, Cedric, and Ray.G. .
Mosley and children -
food Order. W. Boles of Fernandina
enjoyed music Saturday I $1.47.30fl 41CViORLD
Eight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. visited Rev. and Mrs. Earl Moses, :

s George Mosley. Sunday. .
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higginbot- Mrs. Billy Torode and son Jeff
-- ham and Mrs. Randolph Crosby of Gainesville had Sunday dinner

ASTOR Of' JEWEL enjoyed Ixchlooca a last fishing Tuesday.trip to They Lake I with had!The Mr.Theodore and Mrs. Fred Crews Moore.family THE BEST PEOPLE IN THE OUR CUSTOMERS, -DESERVE

caught 104 fish. i as guests during the weekendMr.

) Rev. and Mrs. H. F. Higdon and Mrs. Wilbur Bell and A8 a token of appreciation
and family were called to Tennessee family of Jacksonville, Mr. and THE BESTTHAT'S: WHY
Shortening last week by the death of Mrs. Marklee Padgett and son of for your patronage
Mr. Higdon's aunt. Clay Hill, and the Louie Crews
WeddingA family of Starke. is bringing you the Most Modern Department Store in Starke.
Benton Futch of Nashville,
wedding of o
interest to a wide
3 Lb. Can circle of friends was that of Miss Tenn. spent the weekend with his Air Conditioned for your shopping comfort, carrying a completeline
lImIt one Linda Simmons daughter of Mr. wife and children. He with his

Pieose. 49 and Mrs. Elwood Cowart of Max- Eon Steve were Friday evening of Quality Merchandise for the entire family at reasonable
supper guests of his mother Mrs.
ville, to Raymond Harris, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Harris of Max- Joyce Futch. prices f fBOYS' !
Mile. The Mr. and Mrs. Nick Polk and I I
wedding was solemnized -
May 7, in Folkston, Ga. family, Mrs. Robert Meyers of !
....- Mrs. Harris attended Baldwin Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.,
Allan Carter of Starke spent the GIRLS'IVY
r School. They are making their LADIES'Shoes .
SMOKtDII weekend at the home of Mrs.'
YLpNDsuNN home in the Rainer apartment.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Palka Mattie Carter PANTS PEDAL PUSHERand ie
\ end Mrs. Hattie Nolan were vist- Miss Vera Crews was the Fri-

II tA ors of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolanin day overnight guest of her broth- andDRESS
a Jacksonville last Friday night. rr-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Boatwright of Jackson- BLOUSE SETS
Mrs. Bonnie Padgett entertained PANTS
H ville. They brought her home on
-' Saturday and remained over Sun- 4 Sanforized Cotton in a
Wash 'N Wear Fabrics
I
it Dressy Styles Variety of StylesSACRIFICED
49 day.Miss
p 1 HALF or FAi Enza Blanchard and Mrs. Sizes 6 to 16

3 i WN OLE Joyce Futch attended Commence- Values to $9.98 ,
I 1.5. Gulf Life ment exercises at Union County Reg. $2.98 to $4.98

11 i High: School in Lake Butler Friday -
A APTAPLAN $
l' evening. A friend, Miss Chris- $ $1.63Set

tine Griffis was one of the grad- $1.00
1 I Ii uates. 4.98 !
i Fits your David Crawford spent the week- -

I changingneeds end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Crawford.

i Harold K. Norman and son Mike

visited Mr. and Mrs. Leon Nor- BOYS' BETTER LADIES' MENS
f''f .
iA\1 man of Miami, Sunday.Mr. .
:
and Mrs. Fay Durban and
I SPORT SHIRTS I I Pajamas and Gowns SWIM% TRUNKS"Tom

Now Gulf Life featureslife at the home of her parents: :Mr.

M insurance at and Mrs. Harry Padgett last Saturday "Tom Sawyer" and "Blue Bell" Ivy Style

Chocolate' night with a party honoring Drip-Dry Cotton Batiste
yap Ib quantity discounts. The her brother and sister-in- Regular $1.98 and $2.98 Regular $2.49 to $2.98

Strawberry and 5 9 more you buy the Jaw, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Padgetten

more you save. Ask your their first wedding anniver- t 4 Au A I 3 For..... unn 4 R \

Gulf Life for representative complete sary.Earnest Padgett of Jacksonville rp I I 6" T J.- I CP leU ;

E visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry
information.Gulf. Padgett and family Sunday night.
Mens' 8.2 Oz. MENS' LADIES' I LADIES'ARjY
and
Mrs. Kathleen Padgett

G. r A_ large S\iF end family Mrs.of J.Middleborg W. Mann visited and family Mr. TWILL S HOE S SUM JIM DUSTER S


Sunday Miss Carol afternoon.Norman of Highland Khaki Pants Dress Styles Washable Woven PlaidsVash 'N Wear

i EGGSt spent the weekend with Miss Sizes 6 1-2 to 12 Sizes 10 to 18 Cotton Prints
"Blue Bell"
t Bonnie Padgett.Mrs. Regular $6.98 to $9.98 Regular $1.98 Regular $2,98 and $3.98
t Life Nettie Mae Padgett of


i 19 ; O INSURANCI Middleburg Harry urday afternoon.Padgett visited and Mr.family and Mrs.Sat,. $2.28 $].00 $$1.33 $$2.00 I


.1 oo COMPANYW. Jack Waters and his daughter
Jackie and Roy Waters of Jack

sonville spent Saturday with Mrs. These Are Only A Few of the Bargains at the Old Eagle Moving Sale!
H. HAND, Superintendent Dorothy Waters and family.

f it i Box SOB Phone WO 4-4723 Faye Battle of Jacksonville NUMEROUS CLOSE OUT ITEMS SACRIFICED BELOW COST! !
1PRICES", rd.- rSnStamps Starke Fla. felted Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Big ,

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6-___ _-- _. .-_ -- --__I---a-- _I____ of Santa Fe with the exception- e-ral! mess.
Dessert-Card 'lliip* Wi? pf public facilities on Melrose James A. Gnann. who said he

Parties Given i. i & Bay. seine 20 to 25 miles from ras a deputy in thai area. countered -

Starke. -Why should our people with the statement that
Five HostessesMrs.
By i be forced to drive that distance the big boats were put in at pn-

when we have a public street much vate landings and not at theft
O. L. Haynes Jr., Mrs. Mer-!
I closer; to us?" he asked. 1 of the public street. He said
nll Struth. Mrs. Steve Simmons,
Bloodworth said he did not that filth In the lake was causedty
Mrs. J. E Denmark, and Mrs J.I lake
atree with Knight that the public pecple who toe on the
:M. Vickers hostesses at a
were
Gladys MootypIuI launching would! rather than those using the public
__- __.I-A. -1- -. ._....3----a. delightful dessert-card party in I ramps necessarily -
bfccme hazards landing
he Woman's Club Thursday af- I 4 I. fT l'i crd public nuisance sanitary if the State Among others heard at the

Senior Groups I Smith-Forsyth ernoon and evening of last week. & Read Department and the CountySheriff's hearing; were I pro-closing I Mrs.F. .

Are Entertained The six tables of bridge and I 'S department performed S. Sibley. and Mrs. Robert
anasta at both afternoon and \
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tnfir duties adequately."Now Drake: I lanti-dosingl Chas. E.
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: At BreakfastsBHS emng partie* were played in the I .k1 Rabb Jr
is the time for us to James and H. H.
rjnroora of the club house which
I straighten this out before.
thing
graduates who are members was decrated: with handsome arrangements _
::: of various churches were en- of blue stokesia and I If we sit around and let all the I I

tertained at a series of breakfasts 1)'dran1ta. 1 L have recess to roads start be closed and then -- UL F TIPS

Sunday morning. preceding Sun After several progressions of I condemning property

". day School. :J.'idgend canasta were played ; for recreation purposes." Blood- j by ERNEST TANXER

Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines I arizes were awarded to the win- I New Officers of little Women !i worth said. 610 X. Temple Ave.I' .
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atre hosts at the Garden Restaurant k' -CIS. I The i issue was sidetracked to ,
to the 14 graduates who I, Recently installed officers of Kathleen Conway. president; Anne I their duties when the club resumes .Silver; Lake when W. H. NoUman.i .

: are members of the First Baptist Farewell PartyAt I he Little Women's Club are (Il-rJ] Matthews, vice president; Sarah I III next fall alter summer ad- i|I who owns property back from the ]

w Church. Enjoying the affair with Brenda Lewis, treasurer; Linda I II Osborne. corresponding secretary.The journment. I lake said someone would have to1 1 1i I'' '

U the group were Orie Wiggins, assistant At wen HomeMr. Kay Sale recording secretary; new officers will assume i Answer in court if he were de- :,

= superintendent of the Sunday i lued access to the water. ,

School, and Mrs. Wiggins. and Mrs. Fred Grose who "I've heard of closing roads ti.&W?

?nd Mrs J. E. Hildebran, Sunday nil leave Sunday for Savannah : Brown-Gnann Rain RecordsFaIihi I Lake Access and streets where no one wantedto

Echocl teacher. and Mr. Hilde- Ga., were honored at a going use them. Nollman said. JI

bran. away party Sunday evening at : "but in this case it appears, they
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Mrs. J. W. Ritch was breakfast he Charlie Cowen home on W. AreaContinued Decision DelayedContinued i I want to close a street because

; hostess to the five graduates who Mhdison Street given by the : MORE people want to u'e it"

are numbers of the Madison Christian Youth Fellowship cf i He reminded Commissioners
from Page 1) [ from Page One '
lie First Christian Church. Mr. (
Sueet Baptist Church. Rev. J. H. ; that they were trustees of this

: Msbry Ji.. who was also a guest Mr_ and. Mis 7illiam Vasco Grose has been director of the 'c of rain had set the road main- ty." he said.s"It is a beautiful public property and said that ,

presented each of the five seniors ,:oup during the past year. back $25.000 worthof strip of lake front. But on the when the roads were originally
crews
Forsyth of Staike announce the I tenance
: vith gift. : Spring flowers were used to II II I records of platted each citizen of the county -
a personal; I : I time. He declared it would take public Bradford County -
of their daughter. Car-
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews marriage Decorate the home for the oc- three months of dry weather to that street has been dedicatedto in effect owned a portion of
lull Dianne (Johnnie] Forsyth.to .
rnd Mr. and Mrs. Footer Shi -a ion and a lovely arrangement '"'- -, work the roads back into top- the public forever for use as a Inc deed. He raid that th? county -
I Richard Collins !IDickl] Smith,
Smith were hosts to graduating I centered the white linen covered : c '. notch shape. road. It is there and should not : is now trying to attract industry Ar j
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ho-
numbers of the First Methrtfist efreshment table. ". Jones said roads. bridges. culverts be taken away from the people." but that industry is recrea
I "an Smith. The wedding took Church at breakfast in the Matthews Games were played by the washedcut Knight met Bloodworth's attack tion-minded and would not come
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and shoulders were Don't be tree because jouto
pace .April 18 in Kmgsland. Ga. f- up a
home cn Church Street. group during the evening. S He said : by stating that roads are burdened ; into an area where there was no
: all the county.
At present they a're making their Mrs. over run out of gas or the battery i*
in
Assisting serving
were f4.t- Road washed out! with the rerponttbihty of tra- i i public access to lakes for fishing'
: Arthur Holliday home N. Walnut with Mrs.street Hogan and Smith plan on to Cowen. Mrs. Dan Harley and Mrs. I. :3' : Monday the Theressa night and brought the HI. and not with recreation. lIe land[ imming. dry. Get the- habit of letting: ni

Host At Dance move to the Smith ccttage on Margaret Blankenship. lumber of washed out roads to' said the 50-foot street would not t' Joseph Kerncan. a propertyowner !: check it for '-OUt have those fires
: be sufficient for the outlIned Siher said ifaxked next time1 )-ou'reout our
Crosby Lake this summer. the. Already out were the Leon purpose on the public
: Farewell Party the Heilbronn by the recreation board Street had developed into a Hay.
Arthur Hollulay celebrated his Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Brown of j Conner Road in ,
15th Tuesday '''district. Charley Kelley Road at chairman. I health: menace due to carelessness:
: birthday anniversary Given HartPat
\VOW To Attend By Kay th State Farm announce the enragement i
at Bloodworth said that 50 feet is of ujina it. and that
Road persons
evening at a Calypso party Brocker. Lefric Johns
of their daughter. Shir- lo ccpmodale
: for 45 ninth graders at St. Edwards Palatka Fish FryA Tobias and James Swear- ley, to Bill Gnann son of Atrs.i Erooker. and the Merritt Road at mple! for a boat launching ramp. : tuats too big and powerful for g fnough

Parish Hall. ingen who with their families Inez Gross of Gainesville. I New River. All are school bus and He declared that there is no free that small lake were churning '_

: The hall was gayly deco!ated fish fry and Camp Meeting moved to Sanford on Wednesday.were mail delivery routes. but Jones annchms place on the east side np the bottom and making a aen- -
i The wedding will take place at!'
with yellow ani green crepe paper pill; be held by the Palatka WOW I honored at a farewell party.i I heaved a sigh! of relief as the
of the bride-elect 8
the home at
; treamers and colored balloons. Tuesday night June 9. at 7:30: I last Friday evening given by ,Miss l last day of school Tuesday helped
I p. m. on June 12. Relatives and VALUE-RATE the ROCKETThe :
The teenagers enjoyed dancing o'clock. All local WOW members. Kay Hart at the Woman's Club. elminate some of his worries. '
i ciiise friends of the couple'are in-
curing the party hours. 7:30 to end candidates are invited to attend The club house was attractively The read foreman also listed

11:30, and had refreshments af- and are asked to meet at decorated with red and white I, rlted to attend three bridges that have gone; down

terward. the hall at 6:30: p. m. Transpor- streamers and bal l under the force of overflowing
crepe paper
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Assisting Mr. and Mrs. A. N. tation will be provided to Palat- loons. Red and white gladioli,i Miss Stern Presents streams. The bridges are locatedat who .. / '

. Holiday Jr. weie Mrs Holliday ka.-O: J. Anders, Camp Council craced the refreshment table Pupils Tonight Brooker, Lawtey. and Sampson i .' man. ,

Sr., and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. Commander. where punch mints and nuts were ,

served. !I! The piano students of Miss City.Darby lauded Jones for his fine : owsvIue _

Circle 4 WSCSCircle Madison St.VMS The 75 guests enjoyed dancing I Louise Stern will present their 'efforts to stay within a budget to

-.,.. during the party hours. ( Spring Recital on Thursday eve- that is becoming embarrassingly goes Olds !

4 of the First Methodist Circle 2 of the Madison Street Mrs. W. H. Hart was assistedin i i ring, June 4, 8 p. m. at the Wom- tpht.! About $84.500 of the total ....* /

WSCS will meet Tuesday. June Baptist Church will meet Tuesday, serving by Mrs. Tobias. Mrs.! ?n's Club Building. Numbers for budget of $106.000 is allottedto _

9. at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. I Jane 9, at 7:30 p. m. at the homeof Sweanngen Mrs. Edith Christiansen. the and two pianos will be heard the entire maintenance pro- More and more medium-priced car i ""' ..

: George Snell, Kingsley Lake. Mrs. R. O. Dansby, 271 Alton Mrs. Edna May Stevenson of I including compositions from Mo- K.-am. including salaries, paymentof tujers ho u.nt the moo for thrir '

. Members attending are asked to Road. Starke and Dora Beasley of /ait and Beethoven to the mod- workman compensation claims. uioneyarejoiuinthtswiDgtOOlts.VIiyBecausethmyfigureupallthe. . : _____ _
I meet in front of the church at Circle 3 will meet with Mrs. Gainesville. $ ems of Khatchaturian and Arthur building upkeep. insurance. pur- ..

1:45 p. m. to receive instructions I I R. E. Edwards. 397 N. CherrySt. Benjamin.The chase of new equipment purchaseof \ j ;

for reaching the Snell home. ., at 8 p. m.Announcing 1 st Baptist WMU \ public is cordially invited I road and bridge materials. extra: quality features and conreniencrs ..1i _

-.---- -. I and a social hcur will follow the I and upkeep ar\d operating expense Olds lias as standard '
7 I -Li :. .;, _" \ 'ir'j .. ,_. '-u.le- "' .. -.L_. I Met TuesdayIda recital. The following pupils will : of currently owned equipment. rqtlpm'nThfY carefully roD-idrr t g .____ __ _
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I Darby Circle. Mrs. F. B.i i take part: Jane Adams, Gregory With fiscal five mcnths and remainingin conditions the economy of the Kotket Engine: ,< _

Alvarez Pat Anderson Jackie this year __ _____
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Beard. chairman. had charge of ,, with each ; _
becoming' worse
The Opening Of decorations: and program when Bales Barbara Blankenship, rainfall. $55.500 of the road OM!! ...its higher re ale t aloe. Hut -
J. FEW: ., 3 ..
Mary Bellinger. Chasteen.
Roy '
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the First Baptist Church WMS ask themsehes
budget has already been spent. mot of all they -
Joyce Denmark: Steve Denmark, ...,
met for the monthly business andpicgram %
item ofexpense +
Jcnes said his biggest _
meeting at the churchCn John Dodd Romesa Dodd, Suzanne "/ this diP tin J of car my family i
i for I
at the was
BOOKKEEPINGAND Ford. Frances Ford. Pa- present .
Tuesday. The executive board ; : maintenance of and Itri1lbeprowItOti4. .. '
and oil and
met preceding a covered dish lun i i tMcia Griffis. Elaine Harley. Kay I eas trucks. one that will Eire! us thefts!! ,
the countv's three dump ,
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Hart. Marcia Haynes, Marilyn .
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cheon. i[ Hernwall Lee Moorer. Lorraine Ke saii: his only method of fighting measure of fun and comfitrl uet .
,. INCOME TAX SERVICE An interesting study on Thai- '. 4
I Priest Betty Ann Register. Sandra washouts at present in to vant is this the car whose -

land was presented by Mrs. J. A. Register. Betty Jean Schmitt, haul dry dirt into the holes. The 'S .t)le KIll slay in stjle?" _____ _____ _' .
,.. Griffin. Mrs. TVIaxie Carter Sr.,I orly source of dry fill in the _
Mary Schmitt Joann Scott David
121 W. Call St. Starke Phone "'4-7191 '!rs. J. P. Dill. Mrs. M. B. Jor- I Silcox. Rose Marie Starling, -, county is located in the south- The overwhelming "yes" can !>e

dan, Mrs. W. B. Alexander and 'east section. near Keystone and found in the rooming: sales $'ucce s
Janice
.: Vickers and Carolyn
RAU'll HUBBARD, Owner Mrs. Beard. Vckers. only 300 yards from the county of the *39 Old mobile. See your

It was reported that three Intermediate line.; The small trurks are making Oldsmobile dealer today..Value-

:: Specializing in Weekly Bookkeeping and Income Tax Girls Auxiliary mem-, 6th Grade PartyAt trips up to 20 miles one way in Rate the Rocket! BY EVERT MEASURE...THE VNLOf
bers will be sent to camp at three and 1J
cider to dump three or CAR Of THE MEDIUM PBCt CUH
: Service for All Small IJusinesses:;, Individuals. Professional Branford June 15-20. sponsored Lake
Kingsley one half yards of fill.

tI, :Men, Farmers, Partnerships, Corporations. etc. by three of the circles. Jones said his two motor graders CATE-HENDRY CHEVROLET CO. Inc. -.. 210 W. Call St.
,
. Misses Elaine Strickland. Janice and one bulldozers wOre useless

: Summer Office Hours Mon. Thru Thurs. ,Glenda Brown Vickers. Janet Hardy and Vicki in pulling dirt back on the .
Strath were hostesses to 40 sixth roads from ditches until the water -- -' -
I:00) () Till 12::}O -I :00 To 5:30 Is Party HonoreeMrs. I has down. He said mUCh <,-<>,'.:; y '.-
I graders at a swim party last Fri- gone ... -
day evening at Strickland's Land- of the long distance hauling could ...-....< 1'- ..___.A.JIf-A. r _..,. ,
A. C. Brown and Mrs. Geraldine -i : """"""' < 7' .
I be eliminated if he had a truck- *.: ;. '..-. ...... .>....... .-, t>t.
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.1. By :Appointment Afternoons 1 toI P.M.1.i Gnffis were hostesses. at ing.The .(i>" -r; ;w' 'A: > --"PI -- : -

a lovely birthday party Saturday I i group enjoyed a hamburger mounted dragline to clean out ."i'r'_' (J'" I" 1

sights i Friday and Saturday evening at the Woman's Club for. fry. swimming, games and ditches. Unfortunately, the county ': jadJta

their daughter and sister. Glenda ,. dancing during the evening. does not own a dragline 1

Gail Brown on her 16th birthdayanniversary. : Assisting at the party were Mrs.J. truck-mounted or otherwise.In .
.-. .--- "-. E. Hardy..Mrs. J. M. Vickers, Starke. City Clerk Carl Johns .
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.1. Colorful arrangements of pink Mis. Merrill Struth and Mrs. F. said his office had been flooded pcf4J

,. asters yellowsnapdragons. and i I W Strickland. with calls from irate citizens who

haTToons were used to decorate i l complained of poor drainage. \

; WRGR Radio the club for the occasion. The MYF Has Picnic Johns and Street SuperintendentS. .

table and refreshment R. Hicks said the city sewersystem ,
punch
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.. It w __ ..t. -
in the best
table were overlaid with cutwork The Intermediate Class of the was shape ._."
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I'II' cloths and enhanced with the same l Methodist Youth Fellowship enjoyed bad ever been in. and could note \: _, --' 1

U EVERY DAY blossoms and crystal candelabra.t a picnic supper and swim :* blamed for poor drainage con- Jll'
GAME OF THE DAY \
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held refreshm'nts.and .I party last Friday evening at the ditions. They both said the trou- 'tt\ :--:# iF
Crystal trays : -< ,
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14I, and decorated -. H. H. Adams' Kingsley Lake cottage ble resulted when Alligator creek '-.....', > :iIo.v.". :.- ., .:."'-...... .- ,. ?
pink
tMIII SUNDAY, 3:00; P.M. WALTER WINCHELL a green, yellow << >1'
cake. : with 30 members and their 'frecame overloaded with water and "t",...oh.E:
dates attending.I was unable to handle the town's '
7:00-7:15: P.M. FULTON LEWIS JR. The guests enjoyed games,I
lr Chaperoning the party were runoff. .
and Cha-Cha contest
dancing a
Rev. Donald Kokomoor. Mrs. Johns said this is the first time of
6:0010:00)1.: STARKE WAKES UP during the party hours. t Adams. Harry Green. Mrs. O. such a situation has come up .
Invited to attend this dehghttul ;
L. Haynes Jr., and Mrs. J. R. since the creek was cleaned ana .

: 10:00: A.M,1:00 P.M. Mighty Music In Motion affair were 100 guests. I Wainwright widened several years ago, bat

.. added this is also the first tuneso :
1 -1:00-8:001')1. Rhythm Riders & Teen Mrs. Warren Winkler Morning Circle much water had 'been dumped Is

into it.He .
Time Hostess At BridgeMrs. ,, l r ?
Members of the Morning Circle said he told complaining k; I; ;

., Warren Winkler entertained -I of the First Christian Church citizens; there was nothing to do

: J &- J ItuildrnMirphrnl's Warrens Shell Service at a dessert bridge party Saturday !lucre entertained _at a luncheon except wait for the waters to go 4-

;; Kadto & TConlluunit). State Bank afternoon at her home on last Thursday when they held down.With
Pratt street honoring Mrs. John their! regular meeting at the home road and farm work washed .
I Garden Kestunmt C. II. >>a!'>orthy Anderson of Cocoa. i out all over the county. the one .
j lof Mrs. Smith DeVoe. Eight members -
Xtx-grl Aut. Sale G. J. McC.riff Motors The eight guests enjoyed several -: bright spot seemed to be in the
attended.Legion -
of bridge after continued on newS schoostructures.
progressions I progress
Winkler Electric Sen ice Starke Builders .
v.hich prizes were awarded. : School Superintendent ,;
Flu. Pourr & Light Sctzer's i ConventionN H. P. Morgan .said work 1. r -

Jimmy MuurcS Sun: Sports Gem Jewelry Wesleyan GuildUnit "In Full' Swing went along well *t'the new Starke .. $I-
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ultimate fn luxury performance.
i I elementary school wmcn was 1 00 PLUS for the

Goldnirr ServirenterDojle First Federal of Gainesville 1 2 of the Wesleyan Guild Around 25 members of Ameri- "dried-m" some time ago. He Choose. : Over 100 octane plws. every-..-worthwhile protective; _

Conner In>urance Ko<:h's Drugs J 1 will meet at the home of Mrs. ;i can Legion Post 56 and their wives said the biggest delay at the BHb 4.-- feature.

I Starke Laundry Charley John Insurance :. Henry Godwin Tuesday evening are attending the State convention auditorium job had resulted not very best SUPER 5-0 a super premium at ordinary premium

Cate-HendVy Chevrolet Florida Pest Control t at 6:30: o'clock for a picnic supper i:I being; held in the Robert Mycr from bad weather. but from thecontractor's price. Perfect -odOJ'. _high_comp!! sioll awto-,
with ditflCuIty in -
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and regular meeting ] securing .
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gasoknefor mobiles.
Starke Kadio & TV Bottom DolLrr Mrs. Jake Gruis as co-hostess. I Hotel, Jacksonville June 4-7. building steeLRecent -

t. Town Finance ('0. Florida Theatre II I Post Commander Harry Rabb MILEMAS -pre.tufft performance rtflwter prlc*.

Robbins' Dept. Store AM MOREMIghty i Dance Recital reminds members and friends that I ',your,car. Stepped vp'octane, power, and mifetige. !
BirthsMr. I
the Post will maintain a hospitality ,
Miss Patty Harrod will presenther

dance pupils in a recital Monday room in the hotel during' the and Mrs. Herman Connerof
(MS SERVICE SILCOX
., 1490: evening at 8 o'clock in the convention, and all members and Starke announce 'the birth of .

Starke Elementary Caftnnnm 1 friends of the Post invited to 2 -
are a daughter on June at the tf rad
703; Temple Avenue Starke FlaFAGE
The public Is i \1te\1. ford lfo
,. I wake! use of its facilities. I County pitaL
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: TJTORSIUY, JUNE 4, 1959 BRADFORD COUNTY 1EIEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA p.,..- Y TEI'

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f I' I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief I I Eric Moore of Broxton' Oa. Mrs. H. B. McLendon: Or-|:when necessary and when ec- first step taken because the cost tne city i iiU trur 11-: c.ty:
.- I II ,end daughter Mrs.\. Steve Walker' spent the weekend with his lando is visiting ha'soni:1law ,cnomically feasible '01 it, he said, can be paid out thrct! h tea difffTrot latera.sfrcn
'and children spent the weekend I I daughter, Mrs. Ira Harris, and and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.,?i Conversion of the municipal of :money saved over a period of'j the Jckomibe hue at a
with the Moncrief's son-in-law children. : Charles Meister. Dr. McLendon!*ipcwer plant to natural gas fuel'II three years. I pcint off Brownie Road ..westcf
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Bob Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen: will join his family cn Sunday was advised as the first step,' Bayless Highway.
The city has :a :20: year contract
I Underill in Melbourne. Mr. Walker and family will leave Saturday tospend after attending a dental conven I I both by the fiscal agents and by I II with Houston Gas Corp. for pur- ---
met his family there and they the summer in Spartan-: tion': in Ocala. The Meisters will Reynolds Smith and Hills, consulting -
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chase of which
will be
sold
, iN THE Mss returned to their home in Fort I I burg, S. C. They will visit Mr. also] have as their guests Mr. engineers for the city. I I to the city gas power plant and to : THE RIGHT POINT for the

lauderdale. find Mrs. C. H. Cowen in Huntsville Meister's parents Mr. and Mrs. Because of technical problems I consumers through the proposed i iiiytributioa : tray you write. Come in and se.
Arriving home this weekend Ala. while enroute.Mr. Walter H. Meister of ESTER ROOK
--- -- -- } Bismarck led favorite
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from FSU will be Jackie Hobbs and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe N. D who will arrive here by TELEGRAPH.
Willard and Mrs. Vergie Flynn has returned Council agreed tc have the consulting fcr both purposes will be sold by Mrs. Pass family
Jerome Edwards Jackie Colley were in Nashville, Tenn.. over the pane? an Saturday.Mr I I
tl Tallahassee will arrive todayto from several months visit in Mobile Gus Kopelousos Douglas Nolin weekend to attend the gradua- and Mrs. C. F. Shawver and I I engineers supervise the I',
join Mr. Pass and make their Ala. She was accompaniedhome and Barbara Bates. tion of their son, Samuel from Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Huffmancf conversion which will be on a I Iregctiated FOR ,DEPENDABLE PLUMBINGAT
home on the Raiford Road. by her sister Mrs. M. O. Mrs. Lola Johns and D. F. the Vanderbilt School of Medicine are contract with a contractor -
Alderson
W. Va. visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Neel of Nelson for an extended visit. Baker of Ocala were visiting Mr. Sunday. chosen by the firm. :Members -j ECONOMICAL PRICES
I ion I I Chief and Mrs. D. W. Carpenterat ,
Little Rock, Ark. were last Thurs- Mrs. Bessie Faxon and daughter, and Mrs. Henry Godwin over the' Mrs. Ira Harris and family will Santa Fe Lake for two weeks. of the firm will meet with
bay visitors cf Mr. and Mrs. Leo Donna, are moving to their new weekend. 1'leave' today for Valdosta Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish City Council at the next regular | CALLEOWiH
Champion Dome in Gainesville next week. where will meeting to plan the work which
Singer Sewing Machine Needles they make their home and children and Sheriff and Mrs.P. j
.'..." i"u.: a'!": I Mr. and Mrs. John Andersen at Denmark Furniture Co. tf Mrs. Harris will enter Valdosta D. Reddish spent last Thurs- is estimated to take about three'or JOHNS
.. '.' "" and son, Johnny of Cocoa spent Mrs. Alice Anderson and granddaughter State College f on June 16 to get cay: and Friday at Cedar Key. four months to complete and
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.A. Kay Turner spent her teacher's ee-re. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwin will cost between $75.000 and Phone WO 44975
1 W. Anderson, Sr. Oren Welsh of Dade City spent $80,000. When completed the
! Thursday to Sunday visiting FT/1
end son cf Lakeland are visting I (Ccldwire Servicenter, Next to Winn-Dixie)
FloridaTHEATRE Mrs. Bessie Sapp of Raiford is and Mrs. Lyle Anderson and the weekend with his daughter their parents Mr. and Mrs. Mack. pcwer plant will be a dual system I
visiting Mrs. Effie Johns this family in Charleston S. C. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and family. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Logan able to use either natural COMPLETE INSTALLATIONOR
week. Mrs. Johns had as a weekend attended the graduation of a Misses Elizabeth Province and Baldwin for two weeks. gas of fuel oil. the present fuel. REPAIR WORKNEw
guest Mrs. Minnie Carter of niEce. Mary Harley, in St. George, JErry Baldwin of Jacksonvillewere Purchase any model of Singer Mr. Scott consulting engineer advised -
Maxville. S. C. Tuesday evening supper I Sewing Machines at Denmark (that* the conversion be the -
Miss Jean Mundy returned Saturday Elmer D. Olmstead underwent guests of Mrs. W. Mundy and Furniture Co. tf
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from Bessie-Tift College, surgery Monday in the J. Hillis family. Mrs. John Love Wilkes returned
Ga. fcr the summer. Miller Medical Center, Gaines- Miss Jackie Vining of Jackson- Saturday from a month's visit
SAT. JUNE 6 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Utermoeh- v21e. vile! was visiting Miss Jean Mun- with her daughter Mrs. F. H.

len and family of St. Joseph, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sublett of dy on Wednesday.Mr. Evans and family in Coral Gables HOMES
Till arrive today for ten days Murf reesboro. Term spent Friday and Mrs. Charles Holtonof and with friends and rela-
I'' [ONE i visit with Mr. and Mrs. Leo to Wednesday with their daughter Harrisburg Pa. were overnight tives in Jacksonville enroute
; Champion. Mrs. Harry Green and fami- guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. J. home.
I G. Holton.
Extra Bobbins save timeStockup ly.E. Mr. and Mrs. Joe NO'.V cki of
with Singer Bobbins at Denmark D. Tenly underwent surgeryin Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberlyof j Jacksonville were Saturday,visitors -
Furniture Co. tf Alachua General Hospital on Eagle bake spent the weekend I of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Strick-
Bud Lawson left Wednesday to Monday.Mrs. here with Mrs. H. C. Wimberly: land. AND LOTSFOR
JIXANIRtGALSCOPE spend the summer in California. O. L. Haynes Sr. and Sr. and the Nelson Green family.I
Mrs. Meredith Lee and son, Mrs. A. N. Holliday and children Mrs. Ernest Boland and children -
larry, of West Palm Beach were are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. E. of Athens Ga. are visiting II City Moves
cvernight guests Monday of Mr. McLarin in Fairburn Ga. for a her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. )

I \ and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. few days. peer I I
NICRIR* ; f Ir IrI11Dci Mrs. L. S. Hutto attended the Jane Guy of Gainesville was Mr. and aars. u. I.:. McCauley' ToSell BondsContinued
= 1 SALE
funeral of Hilton J. Dunkley in ,hostess at a spend-the-day swim I I of Atlanta Mrs. Y. A. Harris of

li ms id! PRlvdae.Releand bf 20th Cddmi4o Jacksonville Saturday morning.Mr. I party Saturday at the summer Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. ( from Page 1)
and Mrs. Carl L. Johns,'home of her grandmother Mrs.A. .I I Chris Edwards of Jacksonville

and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe all Z. Adkins on Kingsley Lake. will be weekend guests of the H. cmount must be deposited in accounts -
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of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Jim Highof Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr.I L. Speers Lex Greens and G. J. for repair and maintenance IP IN{
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. leave this weekend for ten days Me'Griffs, Sr. ,- sinking funds for interest
Leslie Sapp of Palatka spent the vacation at Key West and Miami.: Dave Long will return Tuesday I and principal repayment and fora
weekend at Horseshoe.Mrs. Their children. Marcia and Anne, from St. Andrew's School in Mid- reserve fund. Revenue more than
Frazier Shaw and daughter will leave by plane for Atlanta dletown, Dela. necessary to meet these needs can I
I I5ThET Mrs. Ovid Bennett and children Friday to spend a month with Pat McGriff returned Tuesday be used after the funds are built j ARKWOOD ESTATES
; spent the weekend at Salt, their: grandparents Mr. and Mrs. from Milwaukee. Wis. where he rp for other needs of the city.
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OF Springs.: David G. Scott. was teaching at the Layton Schoolof Bonds will be advertised at 100
Replace your old sewing machine Mrs. Charles Hardy and chil- Art and working in Chicago.Mr. )per cent of par and at 98V2' and
DARKKESSROBERT belt with a new Singer Belt dren were visiting her mother and Mrs. Barney McRae the best deal for the city accepted. -

... -" from Denmark Furniture Co. tf Mrs. G. E. McGauley, in Palatkaover Jr. and son of Miami were visiting -i. The fiscal agents suggestedthe I Pratt, West more/end/ and Jefferson Streets
KEYS.JOHN CLOSEPlus Mrs. China Faulkner underwent the weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. McRae Sr. on advertising at a discount rate
a....RIIIIIIUCIIIII.e eraen nHOa.r urgery last Thursday at Doctor's and Mrs. Robert Barks- Monday.( en the theory that a lower interest Starke Florida
Hospital. dale and children and Mrs. C. G. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollmanof rate may be obtained thus ,
,, Mrs. underwent Barksdale and Mrs. Lula Mott 228 W. Madison to
, "Picnics are Fun Dino'1 Barney Spence street plan saving the city money in spite of
surgery: last Friday at Doctor's visited relatives: in Dunnellon.on move to 510 N. Cherry street this the discount. t
Cartoon.
Hospital. Sunday. weekend. Other provisions of the ordi- PHONE \VO 4-2111
Mrs. W. T Saxon of Oakland nance are: that the city may
i
Sun., Mon. June 7, 8 Park is visiting her sister, Mrs. not provide any gas free or at a.I
a irtstont Bertha Pearce. They visited another preferential rate; that the sys- OR WO 4-8681
RICHARD HtllltT ANTHONY '- DeLuxe Champion sister; Mrs. G. V. Phillips in tem may not be sold except as I I
WIOMARK.FONM.QUINMl i. I' + New Treads lake City several days last week. provided by law; and that addi- !I
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*' MALONE DOROTHY 'MItHELS MICKS *aVARIX | Applied on sound tire bodies Mrs. Julia Bryan entered the tions to the system may be made .
or on your own tires... 4" "Rradfcrd Connty Fo:oital Satur- ----
,\ )CK4iflPlus Friday for observation and treat "'- -- ------ ==---= -=-- ==-- --
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Cn rer SCGpE I I
r ment.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyal willspend
Mr
"Merry Minstrel Ma Bladcwoll = the weekend in Tampa with I

I Goo" Cartoon. I .UL i. j ** 6.70-15 fr :Mi. and Mrs.:J. N. Surrency and vh'A on ou r
r3o ''Ins tax,four rtcdppablt tires I family. gOflU
Tue, Wed. June 9, 10Kosuno oow Came Mrs. Annie Shelp mother of 'ye

j 1 PAYME1 tread width, depth, : Mrs. G. L. Farber, entered Riverside ,
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design and quality as Hospital in Jacksonville last New and
MusAnR ianenceR I with trade-in tires! new Firestone tires Friday for abservation and treat- An
KERB I_ Used Cars
Deborah __ __ ment. Ifv
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BRAZZI =--c -= Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark R .
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*ill spend the weekend with Mrs.I ,
Maurice CHEVALIER i 18-inch E. C. Morris in Pompano Beach I 'b To Select From
y.

; I .Mi41'sI Rotary Mower and Sue attend Morris the from graduation high school.of Miss it= on fhe.ge fine eeA 7 _

COIOR '- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Deeseof ..
\ ?MSmor _..:"' : ""'..-:;......:....: --=- C,_ =_ '.. --- '-- li:!" Birmingham Ala. were week-

Plus "A Bird in a Bonnet" -1 .. t OnIYl.7s"39991i' end mt Singer guests Williams.of Machine Mr. and Mrs.Oil Mer-and DURING THE MONTH OF JUr EVE\ WILL OFFER OUTSTANDING

Cartoon. ; i ,\ = i

0M H&' 1 H B M H V H B BVHVM .t ) at "- light Bulbs at Denmark Furniture USED- TRUCKS No Dealers Please! I II II
Take the work out of t Co. tf VALUES on NEW & CARS &
Thurs.,.Fri. June 11, 12 n Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Holton and I ,
I Powerful 2V4 H.P. Clinton I I
family were in Orlando on Sun I
.. i gine. Leaf mulcher li
M-G-M I day visiting Mrs. Clara Holton i
'r" presents a.o.IS9 ...no extra charge f [ and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Welch. I $ i

.' AUDREY =- ..,-- =--"'" ,----.. -" ..-:::--:':':'" Seven girls enjoyed a Pizza Pie No Reasonable. Offer Refused! :
.x HEPBURN .. -- Party at Martha Weldon's Tuesday -

zANTHONY Open Daily 7 AM till 6 PM evening.Mr.. and Mrs.. Clarence Layton I I II I

PERKINS Thursdays and Fridays Open Till 9 PM cf Elizabethtown, N. C.. former \We're GoingAfter Volume Sales We Sacrifice -- You Benefit! :,

Starke residents.. are visiting.Mr. .- -- .. '
GREENMANSIONS Auto and Mrs. Orie Wiggins today. .... i
Complete Repair Dept. I
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I Mr, and.Mrs. Ned Yancey and 1'-4 ( J

..the forbidden forests family, :spent the weekend in St. NEW; : FoRD
,1959 FORD
beyond the Amazon Including Automatic TransmissionDODD'S i Augustine., NEW 1959 I j

CO.Starring LEE J. COBB .I )'''rr. and Mrs. Charles, Sawyerare
.hi METROCOIOI CmemaS.|.M I ,visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. C. pipst OP CUSTOM 300SPASSERGER
SERVICE & AUTO SALES I Sawyer in,Atlanta. :.
Plus "Madeline Cartoon Mr.andMrs., ,F. F.. Stump ob-. \
nerved their 48th wedding anniversary r7Any'f :
.. ', ... '-. .528 S. Walnut St. Starke, Fla. Phone WO 4-3861 on Wednesday., 45 SEDAN

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Page, HL
,. (I I. and children.,Kim and Karen of jCoIor) f.. Wheels and With Purchase of Each

lake Kate City Strutlu spent Sunday with Miss Tires Air;{ Cleaner r Oil New or Used Car or Truck $$1 9 4 5 .I

Customer Will Get One
FREE SHOWEACH A2-C John Wall m. of ,Mac- Filter
: Dill AFB is spending several days

this week with his parents. I ENGLISH- Chance To{) Win/ Any Color Deluxe Trim -
Max Pueker of Ham}ton Js I NEW FORD I
making his home with Mr. and Two Visors
Rest
Arm I II
SATURDAY MORNING 10:30 A.M. Mrs. J. E. Wall. Jr. and family. ANGLIA: 1949

: Roddy Struth will arrive Sat- I Deluxe Horn Ring Cigarette -
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urday from Young Harris College.Mr. I' FOOD TUDORValued

AT THE Augusta. and Ga.Mrs.will Don be Joiner overnight of $195 I down, 52.30 mo. Lighter 5 Tires Oil :i

guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs.L. at $200 I
Includes Taxes, Tag and Title 'i Filter Air Cleaner.
D. Vming while enroute to Mi I '
FLORIDA THEATRE i
ami.W. !
F. LaMorte of New York City !

.was a weekend ,guest of Mr. and
.Mrs..Junius Smith. ,,1 1950 MercuryFerdor ;: $S : 1949 Ford $11 00 19191'or.liae $100 1955 Chevrolet $995 i ij

,Mr. and.Mrs. Inman Green and
; "RADIO KING AND SENORITA"! j V-8 Fordor Bel Air Fordor I
family visited Mr. and Mrs. Geor- .Nice Car
se Manassa in Green Cove Springs I
cn Sunday. 195-1 Ford 1937; Ford S
095
I Mrs. Marcus F. Brown Jr. of 1932 Chevrolet : S795 Custom Fordor 1953 Willy'sFordor 5195 !

: PickUp Yonr-FREE Tickets the Following MerchantsSimmons1 and Greensboro Saturday N.with C. spent Mrs. Brown Friday Fordor 5100':ew Tudor Tires' ,& Clean Blue and White. A Bargain I I

I
f Sr. They: visited Col and Mrs. J. II


-,.. Ace Electric Koch'Service Drugs Starke City Barber Hardware Shop Co. W.urday.! McNeer in New and Port Mrs.Richy J. J.on Fitzgerald Sat-- THESE .DEALS MOT BE DUPLICATED AHlUBERE! ( II IITERWlL.LEGAR t tf


Mrs. L. F. Smith, Sr. enteredSt. f t

: Terwillegar Mdtors Barksdale's Dept. Store ville.. Vincent's Sunday for Hospital observation Jackson-andpossible MOTORS II


Shepherd Radio & TV Local Finance Co.of 'Starke Mrs. B.surgery J, Jacobson. Mrs. J. W. I
Ritch and Franklin and I
son, ''
Robbins' Dept. Store.: Gem Jewelry George Patten Jr. were guests I1i! 2% W. Madison; St. Starke, Florida I'hone0 43381J

.. .- of Sen. and Mrs Cl'iarley.E..Johns .
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COtJNTT TELEGRAPH STABKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JTJNE 4. 1933

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Johns Softball League I Comm. I
Moves
: Sun.. June 7: Keystone vs. Co.
Schedule GivenStill
C: Garden vs. Maintenance

Tues. June 9: Keystone.

To Put Sheriff undefeated. Garden Restaurant Garden; Waldo vs. Co. C. I

; ; continued to lead the Thur.. June 11: Co. C vs. Gar-

IF Softball League this week with a den; Waldo vs. Development

; 7-0 record of wins. Kestone Comm.
Back On Fees "
: Heights with 4-3. is runner-up.

Results of the past weeks --
'

.: Sen. Charley E. Johns intro- If. Lames; : M PAY RENT?
; Thur.. May 28: Keystone over
: .
duced a bill in the State Senate : i
Co. C. 19-8; Maintenance Shop
e Tuesday that would the
remove I I I over Waldo. 14-6. WILL BUILD HOME
Bradford
; County Sheriff from
.. : FrL May 29: Maintenance Shop ON YOUR LOT
the budget system and place the
ever Development: Comm.. 10-1;
office back en the old fee
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sys
No Down
Garden over Waldo 5-0. -- Payment.

tem.The Tues.. June 2: Garden over Development -

Sheriff's budget has beena :\ 3 h :fiiT ; Comm. 15-4; Waldo TONEY HOME BUILDERS,
controversial topic in Bradford $
i
I .:. ,1> over Co. C. 21-0. Inc.
County since the fee sYsternwasaJa&flwL&fl.4 I : .
n "' A'" ._._ _____ ___ "T.2__' Week's Schedule .
: iwu yvara: a.u. uuuui -
4t4--- -
Games scheduled during the Contact RAY FORTH
:II" present law the Sheriff budgets
: what he thinks his office will Class Night coming week: PHONE 4123 '
; I Thur. June 4: Waldo vs. Key-
; spend and county funds must i : stone Keystone Heights Fla.
; Co. C vs. Development
7 make up the difference if his I .


:.: of fees Sheriff town fall Wednesday short.P. D. Reddish and was Thursday out-I'I Program Given Sell It Rent It Trade Ito


and not available for comment I By '59 Seniors : WORD! OR LF.!!!!. O.@ lavertloa (HUlB.M Charge) ._ .fI

: on Johns' bill. I \ # EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER JO __ .fe Per f9pt

Fate of the bill when it reach-I, d j ) l ;f4ii cLL 20% niscoi-ftT o:* REPEAT INSERTIONS: SAM AD

; PS the House of Representatives Presentation of awards was one I 4 p 33t ADDITIONAL FOW BLISD ADS OR ADS SfOT PAID I* ADVA CJIS.
is of the highlights of annual Sen- M

V problematical.! On several occasions ior Class Night presented in the .-----tItY ; : CLASSIFIED DIOPLAT $1.2$ P., leek Pint hHTtt9.
; 94f
t-J ,
: Rep. Doyle Conner has 11.00 PER INCh FOR SAME AD REPEATED OE

: defended the budget system, stating I I. Starke torium last Elementary Friday. School cafe- : CARDS OF THANK Cp T. BO Word) ___ OR MORE TIMEl !
: that it should be given a fair Ii I ft1I4 gfti .....
: trial before being abandoned. District Upper left Commander.: Guy Andrews. past : J4 e'. k.. _OVER SO WORDS -- 4 (>.<, per Weed

presents WFWORI.\I." Afl 1tFIIOIt'TIO! %1I! _h h a r. _. _. ...__ ........___
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Post 56 Amprican Legion award .YW
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'Harvest Of Hymns' ftr Citizenship to Ann Elder and r1 ,,1-:' FOR SALE-Two large lots In de-I I MaId "'.fnt'0wd with children
: .' sirable neighborhood. Closto Work
At First Methodist Ray Maxwell. and BrhooL Jimmy Moore. wo Thursday_ thru Sundays. Call
't.f. phnn 4-;4<4 :ftp,
: Upper center: A. L. Crosby Jr.. !.: AVQ 4-:;'>7t. Zfrhp S;"f 6.4
This Sunday Night tL I ". .f.A'_. ?-OR RENT: Z bedroom
president of the Starke Rotary >'i: Carpenter Contracting. Residential unfurnished
'" .- __ I"'utle.Vlndow fan. Corner
CHib! presents Arian Award for ..3., .. .. drawing and blue printing. II. John- tl..n and Pratt >. Ira. 11undorf Christ --
The First Methodist son. Rt. I Box I: -A. PhoneVO tvo
: Mill feature a "Harvest of Hymns"Church outstanding:: band member to Classroom (left) was used in portnrjinff class history at Center: Helen Kelly reads the 1959 Last Will and Testa !.'-1633. :lp 6 4 4-1't.: ?trrh: I

ft the regular Sunday evening Sammy Gill. Class Night activities. Students"" are Dudly Hardy, Ray Maxnient.. At right: Frances Landrum holds canvas for artist Charles FOR SALE:-7 corner lots 50-100 ENGRAVED NOW The! ultimate In prestige. SOt

service at 8 p. m. ; Upper riht: : BUS Principal B. welli Pat Humphries' Mary Agnes Maltheus, Jim Hobbs, and Prevatt. assisted by Mary Agnes Matthews in scene from Class with 4 rooms and bath. JZ.Snn Ca.h.fcee (price Includes business plate). Never cards before.IMS
W. Payne presents Danforth Award Perry Davis. Lawtey. Fla. Zip
engraving at
this low price.
skit.
The program will feature con- to Terrell Green and Judy Penny HoIIingworlh.! Prophecy 6,4 BradfoM County Telegraph tr

: gregational singing of favorite Ktllcy. Terrell was also recently FOR ?UK

:. hymns; the Men's Quartet is two announced as winner of the coveted forensic Franklin Ritch; School Other highlights of the program I Homes:2 -on 2 Alton bedrooms.Rd 2-3 Financing bedroomtnd prown.CITRUS Also bearing Plum sites Carner? container Apple-

elections, end the three MYF Gair Woodland scholarship Patrol. Jean Dugger; Student narrated by Billy Dampier, i :available. J.V.. Thomas. Phnp0 Pear, Hood and Efctfwin Fig

:I ber.groups Altar will each present a num- I emcuntinc to $1.000 annually for Council, Franklin Ritch; Science .were Senior filmstrips, the class Rites WednesdayFor [Rabies Clinics M171. tfrne GrapeVine. Shade Persimmons Trce Camellias etc. Evergreens over-

prayer time will con- four years' study in forestry Club, Barbara Bates; Best All- poem written and read by Ray xvTKn coon iKII4TORS ''iti HEFRIG- 400 varieties. Azaleas, fine plants",

:4 elude. The the service. : school.! Around Girl, Mary Agnes Mat- Maxwell, Annual dedication by Mrs. PrevattMrs. Set In CountyAnnual I 8-ZPII A: TO\KS.. PIIONK IfrhKWK WO Plants full of for bud quality.and bloom.W. are S.located e our

public is invited to join Other awards made at conclusion thews; Best All-Around Boy. Bennie Mary Agnes Matthews. Class History I II miles east of Keystone Heights

; R'.tch in this service!; led by Jim W. of the program were: Williams; Valedictorian, Jim Mara Ann Payne and Sh Senle Griffis Prevail 90. rabies clinics will beheld I HAVE a new loan program for 7-nWy C. Carnes 100. Thousands Nnrsery, Phone of plants.MU

: song. leader. in the county Saturday, June: tf
,-- ____ 1 I Tied Sunday morning at her home for the entire credit requirements -
Ritch. icy was chairman of Last Will. 10 to Sanitarian Jack. of the farmer and his tam- NO
rest of Lawtey after an illness of : ccording MONET DOTN Zenith
IfLALVAREZ'ITJRE// Men's Clothing several months. Trawick who has set the follow-I. Association ily. Gainesville CO Production Horth Cr Main.dM RMEWR Washing StachL.e now at 1>A-

I II Established 1894 II Floating Garbage Lawtey CouncilOK's Mrs. Prevatt was born in Clay ing schedule: Clllnellvl1I... Fla tfchRADIOS tfchgFOR

I City Light plant 8:30 a.m. to ALE- lrI8 SO
I County on Feb. 28. 1869. the l In. bicycl
Is New Problem One Week I REPAffiED two netitPI' III
I daughter! of the late John and 10:30: a.m.Hampten.. L All Make AD ..tet. Cnpvt!O Sf Ph'.n.Pyrofax. "'0 711 Weal
t-t U
; City Hall-10:30 am tea..abte CbMIFPHBRO'S. & p.n.t..
Caused By RainsA Vacation For Marshal Mary Revels Griffis. Her husband RADIO ft TV

i: : was the late Rev. P. M.: Pre- .to 12 noon. !.!... Grer.. Owner I
check on garbage': containers A one-week vacation for the Lawtey City Hall-1:30 p.m. to 4': .:. Call >t. Ph..e"0 .&- WtStarke Range '
H. Fla.
will be made throughout the city, city marshall after the first year xatt.Surviving are two daughters 2:30 p.m. SALE

according to Sanitarian Jack Tra- of employment was approved by Mrs. Selma Eunice and Mrs. John Kingsley Lake. Strickland's. CGNUINB ENGRAVED Wedding inviutioiw \

wick. because many householdersand Lawtey City Council at its regular Brown. both of Lawtey: three I store-3:30: p.m. to 4:30: pan. I. for U1.'with. Bradford double envelopes CourT-Tele-10/ ALL RANGES MUST GO!

businesses have been puttingout meeting Monday night. City sons Carl and Fonzo Prevatt, both I The price per animal is $2. graph. U PRICE

: UP TO $600 garbage for collection in improper Marshall C. Wilson who asked a cf Lawtey. and Mallie Prevatt. Bradford County Health Dept.urges .. CUT

containers. ruling on the policy, has been employed Jacksonville: 34 grandchildren 52 that all pets be vaccinated L ned Just angle Received Iron large channel shipment Iron. T of 3 CYL. GAS FREE!

Trawick said that uncovered in his'present position since great grandchildren and two against; rabies since 'two positive beams. Suitable for all purposes.! Old Ranges Make Down,,Payment

garbage; breeds flies and in this I Ftt i, 19;):). great great grandchildren. cpses were fousd in animals pick- screens Also new and stock screen of doors doors, windows Plus FREE rake Decorators
used soil
CASHFOR \itt weather some garbage. in Funeral services were held at ed up in the county during thepast lIp., and water pipe all sizes.! Steel
Bill Haas, county civil defense See Your Pyrofai
paper containers. has been floating 3 .nrn. Wednesday in the First year.'Area office safe show case double por f Distributor
director, met with the council and celain cabinet sink_
around the streets. Baptist Church. Lawtey. of which Drop In CENTRAL FLORIDA
look around W. T. Jack- .I GAS
left a form for the
... FOR ALL WORTHY NEEDS ..- According to law. Trawick said. organization she was a members. Rfv. Edgar Residents "fOn rear of Big Dad factory. Starke I AND APPLIANCE CO.
I phone
of a city civil defense unit. This WO 4-4001. Ask for Mr.
garbage must be deposited in Wilkinson officiated. Burial was f;' I
covered '*""" 119 S.
form must be'completed 'before Will Get DegreesAf tfrhg Walnut St. Starke
metal containers of not larger in. the Lawtev Cemetery under the I
the city will be eligible to make CO 1,0 Ml I. Ff.ORI.1T I PRICE
CONSOLIDATE BILLS capacity than 20 gal. Violationof application for surplus materials direction of DeWitt C. Jones Fun- UF GraduationSix Only }'. T. D. Florist' in Starke. AS LOW AS $129.50UASD'RlTIXG

this ordinance. he added. constitutes eral Home. Mowers wired any plare. Flowers
TAXES REPAIRS to be used for civil defense. for all
sanitary nuisance and Active pallbearers were Terry. residents of Starke will receive occasiQns"aU1'. Phone ,
a ; wo 4.<:2' i. sn; <; BIt..t :lon" !st. SECRETS revealed
After organization of a 1frhg I -
citycivil
MEDICAL EXPENSES can be prosecuted as such. Futch Jimmy Eunice. Ralph degrees at University of In Look of absorbiJlI' Jntere t to
CASH defense unit, Haas said, the FOR RK.VT-Fnrnished all who study our char <'ttr
PURCHASES apart- trait
Futch. Gene Eunice. Bobby Norman Florida commencement exercises ments Only 11.00
council Reasonable rates. Near' poBtpai& C. E. Boedecker
IMPROVEMENTSReduce Samuel L. Renfroe may apply for' surplus and Emery Eunice. Monday June 8, at 8 pjn. Theyare shopping renter Phon WO '-:01 I Bix 9. Rt. I, Starke. Fla. Phone
properties. The application must : rr WO fUt or call at IIJ S. \_to !9-133: 6tp 614
Budget PaymentsOn Gets M.D. Degree I! then 'be appro"eby/ him and by therry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.
Furniture, Auto, the county commission. At The TabernacleOut Dcjle R. Eubanks. Bachelor of trrhsr FOR REXT- furnlsbed spartments -
1O
At VanderbiltSamuel I Science in Business Administration Utilities air and $55' per mo. Ekctric
Appliances \\'A1\"TED-Wa.itres B condition for
of town guests attending; : Muriel l Colgin Gay Master Mop Restaurant. & G Truck 'nly. Shady Lawn. *'' mile bedroom.
> &
1 I I I Apply after %:JO St. Call
L. Renfroe of Starke Old Drive-In and taking part in sen ice? at theGo.cpcl rf Education: Fred M. Grose !n the ,,fternnon trrhsr. 440 bridge. 'el'lent! Rd. RFD Box

was awarded an I'!. I). Degree by Tabernacle la '* :Sunday BSBA; Jake T. Gruis Bachelor ot FOR J'.t5fe Blgn on lefL Airs. Clarke
PROMPT EFFICIENT AND SALE-Well filled
COURTEOUS SERVICEON and graded tfrhl'
Vanderfoilt University at com Property SoldJohn were Mr.: and Mrs. C. F. reaver.' Science in Agriculture: BarbaraF. lake front lots. southwest side of Jlperienced

ALL REQUESTS mencement exercises held Sunday Jacksonville; Mr. and Mr?. V. H.: McComb. Bachelor of Arts in Kt Kingsley 2 Box Lake.130. Phone J. 'V.WO Brownlee 4-11SI. work In this' carpenters area. Steady wanted work.to

afternoon, May 31. Richards. Green Cove Springs i! Education; and Charles L. Meis- :3tp C/4 11u8t .have own tool and transportation. I
Kopelousos and Ben Sus- Apply
Dr. Renfroe is the son of Air.2nd and Orville Bumgarner. Lawtey. ter, Bachelor of Civil Engineering. r Walter write or phone Jim
STOP IN OR CALL TODAY low purchased the old Drive-in I Corp.. 3281 W. Beaver st
Mrs. Leon 1.:. Renlroe of Mrs. Richards contributed a solon I Leslie Annette Green of Brooker Ji.-fr..n.n. __ .
Theatre on S. R. 230. last week, I Men's Leather H"hg'FOn
Starke and is a veteran of World connection with the sponsor's I will receive a Bachelor of Arts in
from Martin Theatres of Colum- SALE-Large cement blockMATTRESS
War II. He attended the Univer- message. Education degree at the same home I acre lot. 25 pecan.
TOWN FINANCE CO. sity of Florida for pre-medical bus, Ga.Suslow. time. HALF SOLES All\H1'City reasonable.facilities, h. city limits.trees.
said they will dismantleall Uo Thomas st.
OF THANKSWe
studies before entering Vanderbilt CARD Two Starke students received Phone! \\0 4-isgi.

144 W. Call SU Starke. .'13. Phone WO 4-9091 existing buildings and divide wish to express our heartfelt diplomas from junior colleges this tfcbc
the eight into lots to 1.50 P
acres eight
1)r. Renfroe will begin a rotating appreciation for the comfort week: Delano Thomas from South HASTINGS

internship at Duval Medical be sold as homesites. and assistance we received due to Georgia College Douglas Ga. and &
I ; UPHOLSTERY
LDon't Purchase price was not disclosed. Men's WORKS
he loss of our daughter.-The J. Rubber
Center in Jacksonville on July 1. George:: Canova from Mars Hill 710 Lemon
St. Palatka
E. McRae family. [IN. C.) College.

/cm0flints __ I Eva Gladys Bundy daughter of HEELS 85cSTARKE'S Furniture Repaired. Upholstered -
; R -
RecreationIs Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Johns of Bolt I & Refinished
City R'r
.- Lake received an Associate of SHOE MATTRESSES REBUILT

Arts degree on May 27 from Florida REPAIRING New Innerspringsand

Christian College: in Tampa. Box Springs

jthr\: :. Stepped Up ucation.MAYOR'S Her major. was in elementary er- 123 S. Walnut St. Drop PALATKA U, a Card or Call


: 'L Across from Park TheatreFOR EA 5-9166
For SummerThere ) I STARKE WO 4-5931
f
COURTCases
_- .- '. --.l MRS. PEGGY; SHAXLER.. Mf.rLa.tgefl
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i :- RENT-Furnished $
handled In Mayor's Court garage
: :: ;::: -1uli will be a meeting of all this week were: pletely apartment furnished on Kingsley except; Lake linVns.IVnt Com. &*'. Uchg

1 ..- boys and girls over 7 years of age 7L Sonny Jones disorderly conduct 4)1: by week only. .'h'Jne0 4-

lI'' E1 at T pm. Monday in the USO for k by use of profane language. tr.hltTailor I POI: RE1\"T-3. bedroom hOUR. Z

I the inUial meeting of the Turn- $52 bond forfeited. made Drapies made to order. UoVr; &Urke On SR 'O"- Call
::: ;ra. Robbie S'haller.
: 203 B.
: Adkins
%k4' Willard
: Hines. public intoxication I itpW.tNTED..Biler
I %- lUng and Trampoline Class, Recreation St Phone WQ 4-5934: 3 611

r&3&_ __________ Director Bob Benner announced r. .- days. plea guilty $27.50 or 5 Georgia Red Sweet Potatoes. Plants Have Orland. and COCoa farm or acreage!

yesterday. The time for J. LL For Sale. Owen Simmons, Hampton F nchangr..." .... Write......... Haynes prnprty, :011 .'or"or. to-
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worry about this roof caving in it's quality future classes will also be anounc- Morgan public intoxication Hohart .737Z 2'rhsr. 4FOUXr I Via 1fp

from eJ. plea guilty, $27.50 or 5 days.. Parakeet. MiLE
roofing Starke Builders Supplies, Inc. dark blue. male. HELp WATED
i4FMMMN Frankie D. Loper failure to In Saratoga Heights. Owner Ambitious, young
may white
All teen-age girls who wish to p lays I learn billboard man to
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yield right of way causing an accident contacting Mrs. X. J.I.mith. construction and be-
take part in the softball program in the USO {- IJ21 Pratt St. and paring for come foreman. Start
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Wayne Blankenship tries out the new Trampoline $37.50 bond forfeited. ("i,. 'lff unce. and ad-
NO Security
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DOWN will meet at the softball field west, < PermanE'nt fut-
building under the guidance of Recreation Director Bob Benner Linwood Cuffee. driving without! ure. Able to aaaume reSP9D1ibllltr
cf the school at 4:30: p.m. Tues and get belt
and the watchful eye Scottie Rhoden. waiting his! turn- Trampoline a license plea guilty, $52,50 or Houses Town and Country, Farms, ("olorecrew.. ret'uUe Some heavy out of small

I oay.Tennis instruction will be part of summer activities planned by 10 .days. creage and K-nUls.A. brains and lleDse of order workLot mon
classes for boys and girls; Luke Green. public intoxication 'aluable.Vrite history and quali-
Repair the City recreation department. I. THO"RtU.TOR!! C'at/on.: GunnlllOD
will be held at 3:30 pm. on the I lea guilty $27.50 or 5 days. SOS: : Templef.. Tel. WO 4-5701 C.... P. O. Box 111. Orland Outdoor. Fla.Adv

Add tennis courts when the time for era Supply vs. Community State story-telling hour especially lor Joe Franklin Tetstone. disor- FOR SALE-Baby bed adjustable FOR RE.VT- Up

1 Rooms --- Carport future sessions will be announced. Bank on Monday; Johns Oil Co. younger children: will be held at derly conduct. by profane language aide and mattress good ccondition. ed house with bath.bedroom Refinished unfurnillb.
who wants to purchase $25. In.iulre 4th house left Pet. aide. In-
Everyone at
plea guilty $52.50 to 10 Hilbron
\s. Florida Pest Control on Wed 2:30 p.m. on Monday Tuesday, ergon Dairy. vectlon. Ut Dr
t Bath Room balls is requested to bring a 50- nesday; Starke Builders Supply vs. and Friday each week at the playgrounds days. lip mo. Phone MA I-IZI2. Ocala FU
the cost of balls tOUM)-Male Pincher liP
I cent fee to cover Florida Pest Control Thursday; And Tetstone disorderly conduct -I, Dover Owner -
may hareby
) (INCLUDING SEPTIC furnished by the Recreation Department. plea guilty. $27.50 or 5 days. coat and board. paying advertiiing LOST-Male Brown anelVbU..
TANK AND FIX- ciid Community State Bank vs. The playground schedule is as Contact City Police. Spotted Bird doK' bIt
TURES) Each player must have Johns Oil Co, Friday. follows: Carl Brown disorderly conduct ttchg Rp.no Phv.np W'O 4-IIUI.Thursday ttp
a tennis racket in order to take fhoplifting. plea guilty
$52.50 or fOR
Two Junior Boys baseball teams, Monday-2:30 to 5:30: ,.Pratt St.; REXT Attractive efficient FOR SALE-Sear* llelf

Time To Re-roof part in the classes. sponsored by the American Legion 6:30 to 8:15. Pratt St. 10 days. apartment rent.Excellent Apply \condition./. H. NollmaD.Reasonable 24 tl" ,mower and 20** .... mblna-proPelled
>n motor 2 .
The Baseball League Joe Franklin Tetstone. reckless 3-4 I
Midget have been formed and will Tuesday-2:30 to 5:30. Church L till S. (Therry St llchirFOR u...- ,::....1c.. Wf" )j-tm p. 9TS.OO. PIU
I !rpcnsored by the Junior Chamber driving, plea not guilty, $27.50. or lit.
play their first game Wednesdayafternoon St.: 6:30: to 8:15.: Pratt St. RENT-On King.ley Lake 3
!jof Commerce will play on Mon 1 I 5 days: FOR RENT-FnrBI h.I
at 5:15: on the high!]I, Wednesday::30 to 5:30,.Pratt; bedroom furnished cottage for mo. ht ....r of .to.._ 'T4 '< apartment
day.. Wednesday. Thursday and of June. Mrs. E. J. 21 Rpm"h'
I school baseball diamond. A schedule St.: 6:30.to 8:15, Pratt St. W. Dowling. 570
week at : w. c. T. Call St. Phone WO 4-46ZI. Itchg FOR SALE
STARKE BUILDERS Friday af tem n of each y.LIQUOR -H ft. beat
I of games witji out of town Thursday-3:30. to 5:30 ChurchSt. with w.nd.h.eld.. com pl.
5:15: p.m. Each of the four teams I WAXTED-Poaitlon as bookkeeper | top 2i b. p. ..IPtrlc ('-
teams is being arranged and winjoe .: 6:30 to 8:15.: Pratt St. INSPIRES CRIME In IIt.Mer motor and. trailer. Call
or Starke. foil
near
will play two games a week. Each or part time. WO 4-1111.
announced at a'tater date. Friday-2:30 to 5:30 Pratt St. CAUSES ACCIDEA-TS. SPREADS "rite Marian Finn can, Rt. J, EX>x ltchff |

1 INC. tame will be five innings, dr one Two playground leaders John The evening program win be DEhl'uuo.'V.IYCBEASlS: UNEMPLOYMENT 12. Starfce JtcheU FOR RE1\ -i room unfurn'hed'
SUPPLIES hour and 15 minutes in length.
'iwhisenant and Margaret Dlnkins conducted at the:usa on Tuesdayand AND \ .3 y-. Contact Mrs. Maude, Unit, at Icy houll'Lake Iight t and water. at Kln-
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games will be on the Pratt Street Playground Thursday.from 7:30 to 10:30() ." McCarthy's Garage, i miles out Rai- .41J1O oDe."JleW'1arK'8' for lJardfoll.
new Pratt Street playground diamond. "i Kd Itch .. .. fuThIbed nbln.
AT SJV.L. DEPOT STARKE FLA. and at the Church'StreetPark p jn. for high school students. Activities (NATIONAL VOICE. ? U.it. n was. !Star and Strlpee.

Games scheduled for the to supervise and lead acti- will include ping pang, tnr.ct' MAY 21, 1939.) FOR SALE-ir FrigMalre Freezer ........ ..r.i.f.l ';:4 ItcJut

.p I coming weet are: Starke Build j vlties: for children H of all ages. A games, and 'dancing. .-- t Bark Perfect dl condition. Dpu Store like new. Inquire llc&g 22 t'OJ: w. Madieoa'LF-tJ"flllf-bQId St. fn"ltnn1 ltcb.


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Chilson Edwin "* _, FRANKLIN RITCIlSalutatorian
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Clark. Mamiedemons Gaskins, Linda,., .i Maxwell, Ray Prevail, Charles

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Connie Gill, Sammy McPeak GaYle Prevatt, Elizabeth .
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C)a wf ord, Bonnie Green, D. Ritch : '- : Mizell, Julian Prevail, Ron6\ld..
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Martha ,. Gregory. Charlotte. Kelley, Judy. .: Marvin _. .. Webber. Geraldine
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Dodd, Arthur Hardy, Dudley Libby, Leslie Pace Calvin 1 .
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Dugger Jean Harley, Joe I/per, Dorothy Padgett Catherine -
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Processional _____ B. II. S. Band
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y sf w ?*" I Invocation. ... ____________ Rev. Lacy Conway
Invocation ___________ ___ Rev. Don Kokomoor Best a
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"The Awakening of Galatea" ___ Bradford High Band Wisnes
Franklin Ritch

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Baccalaureate Sermon r- Rev. L. D. Raines
"Autumn. Geguine" ________.______________ B. II. S. Band I :_;. .
i Benediction ___________ -____ Rev. Don Kokomoor 4

?k_ I,I Speakers. _____________________________ "Builders of Today"
I Recessional : : __ "Triumphal March"USHERS !! ,3T I'.,t:: .... ,
George Patten, Mara Ann Payne, Ray Maxwell
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i AutoAssociate j i Presentation of Diplomas ____ H. Morgan: Superintendent WARREN'S. .
Store I Deloris Clqversettle Hank Graham \vV.-KKi' \
4 Farewell Address _______________ Valedictorian Shell Station
J! Kathleen Conway Larry Elder I ,r.- 'i >t tSlarke

Starke, Fla. i ij I Robbie Capps Bobby Shannon Jimmy Hobbs Fla.

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I Bernice Privett leave my e my ability to say the wrong thingat I, Terrell Green leave my love : :
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; '''' ''''-'' graduate [II hopel alter the wrong time and still laugh for B. H. S. my battle torn football : .,, ;

v.-"' .' we're PROUD :,, 12 long years to every lucky about it-and to be a trouble- jersey. and especially my r f...:. :, :. .' I.
i Junior. maker.I ability to recuperate from football I ,.. -'; I
I of you I I, Roland Stern hereby leave to'' Arthur Dodd, leave all my injuries to John D. Davis.I o-t', .'.': n {.. "
wham it may concern the honor gfod relations and ability to pass Penny Hollmgsworth beingof [:- N : "i i s:.
.. 1959 GRADSBARKSDALE'S :,, of being called down to the office. Mr. Cowen's Chemistry tests to scund mind and body. will to .>..,.. ._.1. ',...'. :
\} )) every day. Betty Jean Schmitt.I Linda Smith the ability to be f.r. .'...: !
oJ i I. Gayle 'McPeak, leave to Jean- Mary Agnes Matthews leave f.<:tel and to stay small! !"' .
l' me: Braaley, the hard job of skip- my position as captain of the I, Calvin Pace leave my Loyal .' I I
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r ) s :'4>Nl ping without ever getting caught.I. cheerleaders to Robbie Capps in. 1
If League of Odd Guys card to Tom- '
\ Phillips Mobley will A. B.; hopes she will enjoy it as much my Clark.I ; ............ .......... ... .
Whitehead to John Nasworthy ': %s I did. Also to the entire junior i ;:. '{', :
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Shi Anne Smith,
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? ; i I, Catherine Padgett, being of' class I leave my fondest memoriesof sound mind and body do hereby I I Ill'a"e E.....;:..... ,
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4p to Linda Kay Sale. my
'; H':, :t'::1=;. J>od my love for blue eyes and I II Jimmy Ritch being of sound skeleton key to room 303.I I' : I,::.,t..:.... NI ,.J-
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; V '4'"'' I curly hair. j I my Randy Johns leave my ability. 'I -I -
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my to anyone who wants it. .. ..
:Ability to go get shots on study!' Harvey Tanner. I, Charlene Hardy leave to Do-I ,t. ..' ; z/ !
day to anyone that will have it. I'J I. Faye Maxwell being of weak lores Hardy anything she can get t.,.;...;.". ;T:: (mqriltllrip-rJnS
.. I, Dorothy Masters, leave my mind and strong body do here- her hands on. | J : :. !
I bility to write poetry in English by leave my big mouth to anyone I. Bubba LaMee! leave my I| ,t.;,..,:.:. C aSS- f v.: 1.959
I class to Bobby Newman. | who is brave enough to accept .
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ability to skip school and get I
I I, Joan Campanella leave my'| it.
i caught to anybody who is will
i tbility to throw grapes in the I. Richard Johns will my ability i" ..
... (I cafeteria to Faye Johnson. to get along with Mr. Sprow to ing to take the punishment. f
r1 i I. Judy Broughton leave my Lynn Perint. May you have bet- I. Pat Dixon leave my ability ;,
1I i oility to throw corn on a fork lei luck than I. .o get through school with such I j ft:
S $ O a : ; to my opponent Kay Elzy.I I. Connie Clemons hereby leaveto fright brains to Charlene Cowart. :, t: j I
I Bonnie Crawford. will myJ Sandra Whit head my abilityto I. Linda Lovorn. leave all the; It has been a pleasureto
J : ability to attend school at least I Ii get along with the teachers.I. hard studying I Ithat didn't dol | .;.. '
59 i I Franklin Ritch.! being to these students after me. that t watch
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I, Shirley Brown leave my abili- Virginia Ervin my ability to cuts Elizabeth -pre'att. being ofjtcund
ty to exchange my class ring to a many classes as I did and get > mind and body do hereby J luck to all of you.
--' wedding ring to Janice Jarvis way; with it. leave to Carol McRae my ability J
I. Glenn O. Tomlinson. bequeath I. Rhodia Hines. hereby leave to be late to every band activity -
I I to Perman Roberts one I my peace in Chemistry class to [and never get caught. GOODMAN'S
j!hot-licked to Perman Roberts, one! anyone that can get it. I, Judy Judd leave my ability I
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!of Ja-Da. I I I. Brenda Martin. being of to step from :graduation gown into Service Station
I. Wanda Browning leave my I I sound mind and body do hereby my wedding gown to Patsy ,
I I"gift of gab" to Margie Whitehead leave to Freda Hardee my quiet Cogdill.
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I : and my knowledge of interesting 'ays. I, Glenda Parker leave to Mary
Department Store gossip to Jean Bradley.I 1. Ray Maxwell being of sound Lou Edwards my place as representative GOODYEARTires;

Geraldine Fender leave. my I mind. do hereby leave my position to the OCT State Con- and Batteries 418 South Walnut
Starke, Fla.IT: 1 ability to keep'my thoughts to on the cheerleading squad vention.
Slarkc, Fla. fi myself to anyone that is able to to Harry Stallings.I I, Lucretia Cumbee, leave my
do it. Barbara J. Bates. do hereby Uue eyes to deep, brown eyed, Starke, Fla.Ine .
I. Mamie Clark. hereby leave my will to Kathleen: Conway my outstanding -I Jean Carter. I
bility to get by the teachers to ability to play tennis.. I, Martha Dayton, being of I
anyone that can do it. I, Armond Rivers, being of sound mind and body leave to
I, Terry Futch. leave the sound mind, leave my long legs tne Margaret Ann Dinkinsoneold I
I morgue to Harold Tyus.I. to Brenda Lewis with the hope locker No. 2i3 with a dried-
Lynda Chapman being of that with them she will be as up hamburger inside.I .
unsound mind do leave my title tall as everyone eke. George Patten, do hereby be-
I I Most Courteous" to Martha Wel- I. Helen Kelly. leave to Ginger queath my ability to filibuster !t

I I den.I I.. Dorothy Loper. leave to Do- I Thorntcn tnc ability the to Basketball go steady team and still and in ability class tactfully 49.5 and 5 convince minutes;cer-my ; ; iji!! : ;: ir.it fr;': :'t; tJt4.fJI

I iores Cloversettle the pleasure of ,i be friendly with all the boys. tain, members, of the faculty into ii: .....
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putting up with David on the bus my believing things that are non- :.:'.::.:
I to and from school every day.I I with the books ,and athletic ,ability cxjstant! and ,to crusade for the reeI1gs: :.:..:..:....
I Alma Privett. I leave my dim- ) to anyone who's crazyenough nghts; of students; to Frank Wil- 1 :::::::

|I pies and shortness to anyone who r to take it. !}ams in hopes he will use them ij j ijjj1jj )j ;;;.:;\\ J t :;:::;; j j \i
| will have them! I I I, Janet Zike. being of as sane for ,more constructive things. 11 world ......:.:6..:..........,., ..:......'..:.:.. :-.:: ,................
I. Ola Mae Phillips, leave to : nnnd as is possible and havingno :3teo leave myloyal league of Odd' today' '; ,mm'
Virginia Gaskins my ability to no judgement do hereby leaveto Guys .card .No.. 4 is in great need ilt: :j jof :

I keep my thoughts to myself. t' S'.iranr0 Law rov "'1itv tn Patsy Nichols, being of sound time and :::::::::: ":':'::::;::::;::>:
J P I. Charles Prevatt, being a undergo the severe punishment nirnd. and .body leave to Mary your m;;::;Lbest : :' '.:" .
i i southern gentleman leave my (of writing 3.000Old essays when ,Katherine Wainwright my excellent effort. The very..j.j...,..,..:: ..,...:..::,::.::,iA.....

( I I' ale"yam"fortunate Yankee to friends know them to all! who I':' school.I caught. by Mr. Payne for skipping BillyJ driving: >ampier..ability.I ,.leave my m. *.' / .. of luck in .@.1r.....;.;.T.. ,-.. ::f...ilUl\\\\j\....\.\\.\.\..

'Al1 W. H. Johns leave my abilityto CLASS OF 59 i@!@ !!!!!! ,. ljjinijj!! !!
1 I. John Green, in all happiness c. jokes to anyone who is brave the ahead. .....!.!..... I ............
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leave to Hank Graham the abilityto get along Register enough to, tell .them. 4- years .

I manage Mr. Cowen. to Harvey Tanner. With us, the Class of 1950. we EfJffJ...:..1':.!:.iI\....... \r .J.iill:.........!.li...M.
I. Judy Kelley do hereby bequeath I, Susan Wait. being of sound take all the wcnderful memories ::::;:':':::;;::;:;;:: .
I to Linda Gayle Green my- mind and body II think] hereby of..our four years in high school." I ;;f:} '-/- .:i!!;:illii"'ijiiil"f!"' "!

WEll DOnE I spat; on the bus so she will finally leave to Harry Stallings my ability From our, Senior year we take ""
; bye enough ream .to sit down. lo keep a secret.I. .the,.memories,_of: Keystone Conference l ., jy : ::i@!
I 1. D. Hitch Green, being of unquestionable -, Tom Stallings. being of sound Championship, ,and the t1 9 : %
ignorance leave to1 1 1'I mind leave Mike Reddish my ?ther athletic awards Champion r M Ir.wwu iHJ
ray future i Charlie Torode my ability to hang blonde crew cut and.big feet.I. Debate team, Superior band, our .w
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]j around the water fountain between Jean DI1""VE'r.hon. o Membership of many clubs and
be $ j classes till the bell rings' mind and body hereby leave to rb3ni ti<;>ns. Senior prom class ,
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isattainments and still make it to class on time. !I I Mary Nogel my many memoriesof trip; to Daytona Beach, and last, .:..:::::
A y I. Chailene Dennis being of [ .being a Senior. '-ut certainly not least. the climax 1 ,
as unlimited astoday's I .,..,....
sound mind leave to Harvey Tan- I I. James Thomas being of to our 12 years' work- j4 \ L J JI

\ success. i.er. my sister. Good luck; you'llneed sound mind and body. do leave to GRADUATION en June 5, 1959. .:".'.:'.:'.:.:..:.':'.:.':
it! Bill Bessent my place on the football .,. .. I, :1-:1j
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clubs and also trumpet chair to "Dickie" Davis all our conversations -
Perman. Roberts.I. and arguments hoping y 1; STT, flfuSLf i ii \_ ijj\\jj i i l t !111I :
Frances: Landrum do hereby they wil! help him through his i fq I GEM JEWELRY ; i : : ::&id: : :
leave my aversion: of nightly pinups Senior year.I. a; and Gooi luck I

,Hardy Brothers Motor Co 1. to Jim Jimmy Hobbs.Lawson.leave to LarryIThe I I Bennie mind Williams and unstable being judge-of unsound -, .toourGiadsBROWNLEE s Starke Leading Jeweler I i H. C. Wall Agency

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ories I have collected at Brad- X. I.. WOODRURN Harry Manager
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Pat Humphries, being of Linda Gaskins leave my "INSURANCE SPECIALISTS"

... sound mind and excess weight do crown to anyone who is fortunate Call ..Jhone0 ,
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A successful year in athletics YEAR BOOK DEDICATIONIn I I
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4iy last Friday when awards and '!" :
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:"JJllfWg@YffWi@iJ.r this brief moment before our high school days' -: I
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..,, :; sports. will be a fond memory in our past, we of the 1959 An- II I
Durmg the BHS teams
:;;::;:;,' ":::;::;:;:;:;::::'- year won nual Staff, would like to thank in some small way the / I

iSUCCESS: :::: GRADS ":::.";.;::;.::;.;:;.:f:.::..:.... the Keystone in football Conference for the ChamIJionshi9 second- possible.people who have made. our preparations for the future I jej/ II I

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", ':----' the second straight year; and was in our minds are our wonderful parents,
nr f ability/ to succeed. Here's !}U lunner-up in basketball for the who have guided us toward manhood and womanhoodthus / 1G

ill to your continued success. !!!!t second Letters straight with year.three emblemswere far along the road of life.

m. g'tj presented to Jim Hobbs who But looking closely at cur past we see that our I ro s 1
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basketball and track; and hand in hand, with them Our Community.It I
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to Arthur Holliday who lettered SThJij111
'- en junior varsity in football, bas- is not an easy task to pin-point the many ways, I }
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both of whom All Conference
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our community into view.
honors in basketball. Silver base-
ball went to Calvin Pace and Ar- The churches- guiding us; giving us something up- PROUD
mond Rivers, who made the All
1 on which no value can be placed a faith in God. =
Conference team in baseball.
Letters were presented to boys The business men, lawyers, doctors, government of- May you use your knowledge
lettering in football basketball, ficials, and faculty members have "been there" whenwe
//jk' baseball, and track; to the girls' needed them from the first grade through the wisely, realizing that one
\ tasketball; and to all Cheerleaders. _
Track shoes were given to all 12th. We could always count on their support, whetherwe --s never stops learning. Good
trackmen who did not miss a were selling cakes at a cake sale, or trying to passa
practice during the season. bond issue for better schools. Our civic groups have luck to you and your class.
As a surprise event Coach Jim been constantly willing to "back up" any of our en- Gate Hendry ,
Temple who is leaving BHS to deavors.
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::- High, was presented with a Our school P.T.A. always there; always a guid-
I beautiful coffee table made in the ing guardian angel working for us. 210 West Call St.
school's vocational shop.
During the year BHS won three Thus, the Annual Stafi of 1959 would like to dedicate Starke, Fla.Class Starke Builders Supplies, Inc.
trophies in football [Conference. this year's annual to Our Community our elusive -
Times-Union award, and Straw- foster parent to whom we owe our everlasting
berry Bowl); one as runner-up in
gratitude for a life well begun! -
Gib Brown's Service Station Conference basketball; and two in I
track [IP. K. Yonge invitational, .
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Il-rJ: Bubba LaMee, OutstandingBack ii.1

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Captain Stallings and, Outstanding All Conference Lineman; Tom I WE'R E .. '::J--'j:1:1 t t'j I ,

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STARE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY. JUNE 4, 1939

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I I Outstadning Students Honored ............ nlnyyV. .nvvv.vvv.nvvvvvvvvvvv :si ers. Thursday: May 4, at the high
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I FLORAHOMEAND" 'Fapti!t Centennial Dinner school auditorium at 8:15: p. m
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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS .1 --..;;;" i ii' '}'l t! GRANDIN MELROSEBy Mere than 400 people; attended Class president. Tommy Bass will

r- -:; '" .' "'" .. tin Eliam Baptist Church Cen- s.\e the president's message. The

By Mary IC. Schaeffer ..' ...' -.,' :I Joyce RothhammfrUAAAAAAAAAAAf trrnial Dinner Sunday afternoon.May class, history and class will will
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;; ,, 31. Although the skies were be read.

wc'1".:' .' LALAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAARevival .u..has threatening. no rain fell until Principal Earl 'Cherry will present -
Miss Donna Pancborn/ Weds I Drake Sandra Forth Jimmy
I .rt Mrs. Minnie But Mrs. Louise long after the dinner was over. special awards. Among these
:Marvin Lee Wicker II'Ox. Mack Hall. Susan Hall Dee I: services at Florahome
I, 'lit.+ Sue, and Mrs. Winnifred Frednck- Rev. M. V. Stedham. Field Sec- awards will be the Valedictorian.
Dee Hardenbergh. Fred Hayes -
I Church of God closed Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Edwin -, -. son. visited Mrs. D. B. Lynn rotary of District No. 6 of the Salutatonan. Babe Ruth. Amen-
Bob Jackson. Tommy Jones, De-
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successful seriesof
evening after a
the marriageof f.
Pangborn announce Thursday.Mr. Florida Baptist Convention !gave can Legion and many more to
1 rnna Lee, Alec Livingston, Kyle meetings at which Rev. W. O.
their daughter. Donna Lou. to ', -. f .,. I 1 I the sermon. Rrv Sterna is the ftudents throughout hizh school
i McMurtry, Dwight Mitchell Mar- : ;; ,}r r' a + w Moon brought the messages. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Bruce of
of Mr. I, r
Marvin Lee Wicker son 4 father of RrB.. Ray Stedham. The policy of giving: awards has
Wicker of Spring- Egret Muir. Melvin Murray Roger :! and Mrs. Moon left fcr their Atlanta Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Char- I I i i.
and .
Mrs. Lee '! pastor cf the Eliam Baptist'I changed a good deal. The awards
Pangborn, Billy Phegley Mickey -: home in Mascotte Monday morn- ie Huffman and Miss Carolyn
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view Nebr. I i< + Church. \i that! were formerly limited to
j Robinson Mary Ann Schaeffer 'X'; #e ing. Huffman of Live Oak, and Mr. i I I
took in the I I will be to all high
The wedding place ; y Visitors included from seniors open
Barbara Stanley Billy Stapleton mild Mrs. William Owens of Jas-: many
L. Drake of Flora-
Talamadge I ':
of Memorial Methodist -iThool .
students.Commencement
chapel
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,4.s surrounding ccmmunitics and
I lunacy Sutton, Kenney Terrell t er spent some time in Melrose.
Church Fernandina Beach, on I 3 home attended the Centennial at ''
; few from other states. None of Eiehch es
i Rowan Thomas, Tommy Thomp- : i ast week.: 'I
Saturday May 30, with Rev. B. son Lee Tcwnsend, Richard : 1 ,eri Eliam Baptist Church. Melrose. j I', the former Eliam minl..terserE.'. To HP Held Friday
M. Montgomery offciating at the j h last Sunday.Mrs. William Chiappini spent the
I Waite Veazy Walker, and Barbara y able to attend but many sent Twenty-five students from Mel-
OUble ring ceremony. Miss Dru- Ann Wheeler. I mfr Clifford G. Miller and hei ;eekend with his brother and congratulations. G. T. Torlay. 89. roe High will receive diplomas
-j-ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fran- '
cttla Jones of Jacksonville was I z daughter Sharon spent Sunday ivts I the oldest member present. Hiday. June 5 th 8:15 p m. in
the bride's only attendant. William flay School GraduationLast evening: with Mrs. Miller's brother .t. Chiappini and family. 1 i i! Mr. Tarlay: joined the church in the high school audItorium. Miss

J. Lang of Washington D. week the Happy Hour' %. and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs Ray Gano. who attends the Uni- 1890. Jrssanna Teiell will give the

C. was best man. Play! School held open house every f a r George Sidney Hill of Keystone ersity cf Florida, spent the week- Following: the mcrnur: worship, valedictory and Mrs Mutle Ri-
After the ceremony the couple cay for all interested persons Heights.Mrs. nd with his parents. Mr. and daught will give the salutatory

"- left for a wedding trip to North ie>erving Friday for parents and I II s.... .Fannie Hinsley of Flora- 'Irs. Ovid Gano and sister, Mel- dinner war sened. j' address.
grandparents only. Peter Morgan ;: iSM Class Night To Be Held Tonight
Carolina. Upon their return they I home was a patient in Putnan I Dr. O. M Walker. Stetson Uni-
ill reside at 937 Cedar St. in|I elccmed all guests, and Billy 1 Jimmy Fox and Margaret Muir, cf Rotary several weeks ago. The I Memorial Hospital Palatka. foia Guests at the home of Col. Em- : The graduating seniors will v"rsity. will gin the commence-

Jacksonville until Sept. 1, when O'Connor led the pledge to the]I students from the Keystone plaque is now on display in Mc few days following a heart attack na E. VOel during the past week hold heir Class Night: tonight. Continued on next Page

Mr. Wicker:: will enter the University Hag. Song and dance numbers ,, Heights School, and members of Kay's Realty window Tuesday. She is presently ere. Colonel and Mrs. Harry II-

; of North Carolina for graduate hy the group were led by Billy :I tiit graduating 8th Grade class Prof. Ernest Bartley of the Uni- staying with her stepdaughter.Mrs. .rner of Winter Garden, and |
work in engineering. Hetherington, Jerry Pawlikowski I Major Helen B. Gearin
were presented with certificatesat rsity of Florida was guest Gornto of East Palatka. of Or-
Commencement. June 4th and Janine Gay Dance numbers the luncheon ando.
I I regular meeting speaker having as his topic the II Mrs. Alma Clark spent last
Tonight [Thursday] Commence- were presented by Vanessa Mil- of the Club last
i Rotary Friday, I newly admitted state Alaska weekend in Hollister with her Miss May Kennedy of Way- !
| lican.
ment Exercises will be held in Debby Ward Greg Harris in of '
recognition outstanding 1055. Ga. visited Mr. and Mrs.
whose statehood charter he hada biother-in-law and sister Mr.
the Woman's Club for the 8th i irnd Patty Mae Holmes. In leading achieved this
scholarship year. I hand in framing. The speaker and Mrs. L. W. Motes. She attended R. M. Cascn recently.Mrs. .
of the
Grade class of Keystone Heights one numbers Beth Jack- Jimmy of Mr. Ev-
and Mrs.
son
did was introduced by Rev. Bill Brey- church service there and Pearl Harris and Mrs.
son a fine job of substituting
School. I d
erett Fox will be class valedic-
logle. returned home late Sunday af- Frances Justus of Welka visited
for Pam
Rev. Bill Breyfogle of St. Anne'sEpiscopal Anthony who came down torian, while Margaret, daughtercf
Churchill give the' with measles at the last minute. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Muir will I A new member, Alex Brokas, ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Cason last week. l1S

invocation. Margaret Muir will After other class exercises attractive be salutatorian. was welcomed into the club, and Mrs. C. J. Allen and daughter, Ray Mathews who attends

be Salutatorian, and Jimmy Fox diplomas were given the I Mrs. Brokas was also introduced.S. Berlin of Tar Heel. N. C. and college in Cochran, Ga.. spent the b
vill give the valedictory address. children by their teacher Mrs. I' In above photo the two honor, E. McKay announced that Mrs. Walter Bowling of Charleston weekend with his parents, Mr. and

Class president, Danny Dodd will Gordon Adams. students are shown accompanied i Ladies Night will be held Tuesday S. C. spent last weekend with Mrs. Ralph Mathews.
by (standing. 1-r] Ken Reed, who
read the last will and testament, Woman's Club Gar:en Party June 16, at the Gainesville Coun- relatives in Grandin.Mr. Duplicate Bridge
was in charge of the presentation
end the principal. Paul Peters The annual silver tea and garden Everett Fox, Mrs. Muir and Mr. try Club. and Mrs. B. J. Aldermanof Winners of the Melrose Wom

will present awards. County party was given by the Wom Muir. who were guests at the At the Rotary luncheon on May Grandin attended funeral services an's Club Duplicate Bridge: high

School Superintendent H. C. Long an's Club on Tuesday May 26 meeting. 22 the question was asked "Do held in Palatka for Mrs. Miss Iva Hillyer and Mrs. Edith

will present diplomas.The on the lawn of one of its officers. President Al Watson displayeda Rotarians Make Better Bosses?" Charlie E. Sapp, Monday afternoon Larsen; second high, Mrs. Alice May the success of this moment be a guide to greater
graduation dance will beheld I Mrs. J. D. Henderson. Mrs. J. H. day Kitchen and Mrs. Helen Phelps.
in the lunchroom after com- Tullis and Mrs B. R. Weld kept plaque given to the club from It was employer-employee Scout News achievements. We join in extending; congratulationsand
foreign students at the University and many members brought an .........YYY..Y..YYYY
mencement. On Friday the class the guest bcok, The
and refreshments Girl Scouts of Troop 147
with guest.
them
: of Florida who were guests employee as a best wishes for
will enjoy a trip to Marineland. were in charge of Mrs. Sara McDonald had a Mother-Daughter dinner your future success. Help assure

Eighth Grade graduates are: t Mrs. Carl Wistrup. Mrs. Around 56 members and guests oition. LAKE GENEVA at the Parish House last week. that success by opening; a savings account with us
Joel Brault, Dianne Brokas Billy (Fern Swinford. Mrs. B. R. Weld, were present. I I With the fiscal year coming to Those attending were Mrs. Francis -

Carnes, Danny Dodd Barbara and Mrs. Walter Muhlhofer. Mrs. J. R. Smith installed of- a close the estimated total of by Blanche CunninghamAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA; I Chiappini and daughter. Heidi TODAY! +
30.000 visitors has almost been J. R.
: : Mrs. Nobles and daugh-
I fcers for the coming year as follows I
KEYSTONE reached. Total figures will be released ter. Glenda; Mrs. Tyre and
DEPARTMENT STORE : Mrs. Maude Watkins pres-
dent; Mrs. J. D.' Henderson. 1st July 2. Mrs. A. J. Beezer and son Louisof daughter Wanda; Mrs. Walter

Men's Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes vice president; Mrs. James Cook Summer Recreation Notes Punxsutawney, Penn. and her Wilson and daughter. Beverly; THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA

2nd vice president; Mrs. George The Recreation Board postponed Daughter Mrs. C. Barrett of Pitts- I Hilda Wise Cheryl Cherry and ,
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY the May 27 meeting to Penn. recently two Mrs. Lottie Harris.
burg. spent
Colgin, recording secretary; Mrs. Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner Henry Mickle corresponding secretary Wednesday night June 8, when weeks with Mrs. Beezer's brotherH. The Cub Scouts of Den 2 hada

; Mrs. B. R. Weld treas- reports on the progress of the Lucas.C. swimming party at the home Keystone Heights, Fla.

urer. Mrs. J. A. Williams was ummer; program were given. Mrs. W. Cuzzourt of Miami and cf Mrs. Walter Float on Lake
McGlave reported that Santa Fe. The. swam and Member F.D.I.C.
elected to the..bQard.of..cUrectors. Charley Mr. 'and Mrs. Gene Cuzzourt of group
lor a" three=year,term. v ontributions1 had been received Gainesville spent the weekend had weiner roast. Some of the
KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY from the DuPont supervisors who accompanied the
parents
young-
No regular meetings will be held with their mother, Mrs. Ger-
are residents of Keystone. The
until October but the memberswill trude Link.F. .
DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE Summer Program will start Mon-
be active In staffing the concessions of Jacksonville
at the Water Ski Tournament -I day afternoon, June 15. All meetings L. Easterly STILL GOING GREAT GUNS! REDFEARN'S
Day Phone OAF Nite Phone in July. will be in the afternoon son-in-law of Mrs. Blanche Cunningham -

'GAS live days a week. was installed Friday .
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More Rooms NeededFor r.
commander of the Jack-
night as ,
Library Notes ... .F ,
Ski Tournament The Library now has Dr. Frank sonville chapter of the Disabled -f t t..:::;::

COOKING HEATING WATER HEATING There is still a need for more Slaughter's new book "Thorn of Veterans. He also served as commander : (

rooms for rent during the South Arimathea" and lots of other during 1955 and '56. : .

Moat Complete Line of House Heating Equipment In North eastern Water Ski Tournament, good ones for summer reading. Mrs. Blanche Cunningham as -:-:.:.:.:.:-:.:- I

July 24-26. If you have a placeto Story Hour each Wednesdayfrom is her custom each Memorial Day.

Florida. If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter See Us First rent contact Mrs. Rosemary 3:30: to 4 p. m. All children placed flags on the graves of Vet- aa "" JiL1u'

Daurer at 4331 or write the Key- welcome.: Parents need not be erans buried in Keystone Heights. &"

stone Heights C of C. members of the Woman's Club. They now number ten.

Many ski enthusiasts have Until further notice the Library .

3 BEDROOM HOMEThis hen asking how to enter the mill be open from 2 to 4 p. m., COMMUNITY CHURCH V w I

tournament here. First, it is necessary Mon., Wed. and Fri. of each week. OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. \ ujjg&
well built well kept home has 3 bedrooms living
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Minister.
to be a member of the Library dues are only $1 per year Albert C. Holt.

4 room, dining space, one and one-half baths, all electric American Water Ski Association, for the entire family. Mrs. James L. Hethenngton, .. ... ..-. "' ....,.,: Ai"1 /
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kitchen, extra large screened porch 5 good bearing Girl Scout Newi Organist and Choir Director. \. .. .... :$: : ::;:::::="{ -'" "
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with dues of $3 per year. .- :::.:.:... ;:: '':-.H.. ..,-..........-.:.... ...
citrus, pretty lawn in town centrally located. $9750. members are sent application I Thursday four Brownies from June July and August- \ 0 \ ::::::::;::::;;:::;;::::: :;;;;:::;:;::-:::::::: I

Financing arranged if desired. forms for the tournament and: Keystone Heights and Melrose Church School 9 a. m. Morning

must be able to'qualify in orderto were guests of Melrose Girl Scout I Worship, 10 a. m.

S. E. MCK Y REALTOR compete. If interested write: Troop 295 Monday afternoon at 12 Cu. Ft. UprightFREEZER
Jacksonville Water Ski Club, Box the first Brownie Play Day heldin ST. ANN'S\ EPISCOPAL

97, Ortega Station. Jacksonville the Keystone-Melrose Girl CIIURCH.KEYSTONE II./\-J f
Keystone Heights Phones 3071 2051 4151 Scout Neighborhood. The hostess Rev M. H. Breyfogle Vicar :
10, Fla.. or contact Mrs. Daurerin
Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968 Keystone. troop planned and directed the Sunday-7:30: a. m. Holy Com- : : ; \
T : :
Gold Head Branch ParkA trogram. and served refreshments. munion; 9:30 a. m. Sunday ltT I

total of 4.432 pleasure-seek- Brownie leaders Mrs. Joe Daurer I School; 9:30 a. m.. Morning Prayer : I. :Model 9FL12

ers visited the park last weekend and Mrs. Thomas Elmore of Key- and Sermon I Holy Communioneach i ,

HOME ON YOUR LOT ::: half of that number were stone were present and Mrs. Wal-! first Sunday!; 6:30 p. m., v

weekenders. Sunday afternoon'sdownpour ter Float and Mrs. Fred Mason of Young People meet.

sent the visitors scurrying Melrose. Mrs. Jack Bass and Mrs. Holy Days-7:30 a. m.. Holy L1Th i (11A95LLLI
NO MONEY DOWN
: home early however. Fremont Tolles are leaders of Communion.

Some time in the future reconstruction Troop 295.Brownee. Parish Supper each third Wednesday o

By: Toney Builders, Inc. LOW of the Old Mill will Troop 229 held a family -' 6:30 p. m. / *

Box 106, 1495 UPBowlIng begin. This mill located on the i picnic at its meeting place. in I ILEE'S .
St. William's Recreation Hall last
Green .Fla.AS branch was once used to grind
I Friday night. Games and folk ? III IF
corn and to gin cotton for farmers -
When dances were followed by a buf- DRIVE-IN
: in the surrounding area.
fet
supper.
rebuilt it will be in operating con-
Six Brownies hew up" to Girl!


Scout Troop 190 on Wed.. June.1 I THEATREPhone.
HEALTH FACTSBENEFITS 3. They were Karen Cook. Jen- 4113 Only $10 Down

niler Davis Betsy Glisson. Elaine I Keystone Heights, Fla.
OF SPINALAD.JUSTMINTS l\ \.orn. and Eileen and Virginia

Penney. The ceremony took place Thur., Fri. June 4, 5 WeekFOR
I I $$2.60
I en the bridge at Al Nelson's place.

r r "Under spinal adjustment. Acute I j Troop 190 served refreshmentsafter

Diseases are cut short and chronic the investiture service. THUNDERIN
I
diseases recover which have Party At'Nelson's

been believed to be Incurable. I Mrs. .Herbert Nelson Mrs. Ev-

A. A. Gregory, M.D., Oklahoma erett Fox. and Mrs. Bill Beam THE SUNSusan
were hostesses on Wadnesday ONLY

This Lovely 2 Bedroom Model $945 Spinal City.adjustments have proved May Mrs. 27 Nelson, at bridge on Lakeview at the home Drive of Hayward, Jeff Chandler We Will j Deliver Any Appliance


J 4Daany (Without .Carporte) beneficial-for even the after following other:meth-conditions Some in of'the their afternoon friends and came some to1Jay Sat., Sun. June 6, 7 no$; in Our Store During This Sale '

Models to Choose From Write for Free Folder ods have failed: in the evening. Mrs. Kyle Mc-

Neuritis Murtry was high-scorer in the
Bursitis Rheumatic -

Migraine Sciatica Heart afternoon with Mrs. Velma Men- SHANEStarring With 30 Month BalanceREDF.EARN'S
Any Place in Florida Same Low PriceNO Trouble Liver- Trouble Asthma ten second high. The floating. Alan Ladd CASH up to on

prize was won by Mrs.\ J. D..' .
Nenonsness.
( CHARGE FOR TRAVEL) Henderson. In the evening.' Miss

For further information contact Iva Hillyer won first prize, and Tues., Wed. June 9, 10
j Local Representative Mrs. S. E. McKay second prize
Dr. H. G. Bollinger Mrs. Frank Harris was winnerof A Thriller!

i RAY D. FORTH Chiropractic Offices the floating prize.-The hostesses -

also presented a going-away
436 N. Walnut St.
gift to Mrs. 'Charles Smith who THE FLY
Highway 21 Phone 4123 Phone WO 4-3881 Starkeor will soon be moving. 'Where Service Is Assured"Phone

Mrs Brost Entertains ""- IB Cinemascope
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.
728 E. TJahrenlty Thursday. May 28. Mrs. C. V. PLUS CAKTOONS 9391 Keystone Heights, Fla.

| if You Don't See Us We Both Lose Money Phone 6-3238 CMaesvuto Brust was hostess at a luncheon -. .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA ThURSDAY JUNE 4, la t
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mother brought the cake and ether Conneen and her son Peter backin :ast Sunday to witness the grad- day night In June if nothing pre
KEYSTONE OF INTEREST TO COLORED j AT LlW.
refreshments. Assisting her town, after vsiting in Balti uation services at Florida A & M. vents. .
NO.
.CASE suIt
mother were Mrs. Gordon Adams more. University where Marvin GriffinDavIes..waS.
HIGHLIGHTS Weekly calendar: ,Mon. 7:30p. Motor
Hardy Brother
J ompany,
and Mr& -T.J..Haw.es.. the teach iMr&i:Daisy.Mansfield'is back in CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY graduated Monday m. Faithful Few Club; Tues. Incorporated. '!.1nUf' V Truly

L&i 4.AA4jAAAAAALkLAAAAI: i rs;:-'"and Mrs.'Tommy' Millic'anand the hospital/after making a fine j :With honors. 'He will 'receive a 7:30 Choir practice; Wed. 7:30 C. Slade. Defendant.

Mrs. George VaUedejU .lC*r'; i lecovery after her recent opera- By >Ozora. *- J. SkeU&AALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL scholarship to study law at De Prayer meeting; Fri 7:30, Prayer County.. Florldi \inder and by rtr-
[Continued from Page 111 t)!:;Ann'stwo' grandmothers'werealso ; Cion./''She went but to get the Paul University. Others attending Band. toe of a writ of execution: berets.

[Continued from ..Page-One present. Sunday paper, lost her balance, the program were Walter Whitten 'Saturday, starting late in the I NOTICE la n. Clrtait OF SHKHIFF-S Conrt Of StUj Tfct

and held in the Pecan PersonalsMr. fell off the porch. and injured Commencement, Reflections were presented by School Superintendent Willie Hall and "Buster" Jack- afternoon and extending into the :Notice Is hereby given that 1.
cardparty herself rather seriously. The ccmmencement'program at H. P. Morgan. Local night a'fish" fry wilTbe held F. D. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford
Room of the Garden Restaurant and Mrs. E. N. Diefenbach I I son.Mr. at fore Issued out 'of the above en
We hear that EdConneen and C C. Anderson Junior High was ministers appearing on the pro- fci9 Oak
in Starke. The guest of honor was and Mrs. Nellie Miller .have and Mrs. Charles Barnesof Street. All members and titled Court in the above Mylffl
pur- Herbert Nelson got upset in Hall very good. A class of 19 received gram were Rev. S. W. White-and California friends cause, have levied upon the ful.
and Mrs. Johns ofNew'Ybrt.Cit are asked to stop by and
of : Port
M. A. Long
Mrs. Berge chased the
Whiteside house on I' lowing property, situate lying and
Lake one last week, while junior high diplomas from L. H. Rev. Damon Dell. Staff reporter.I Tatteiid! the have with You always -
.N.: J.. and Miami. Other guests Lakeview Drive. Mrs. Diefenbachand evenng 'I ? d graduation supper us. are being in Bradford County Florid,
adminstrative assistantto Thurston School
fishing. Gibson of ;'Johnny3akson'at RJE welcome to all the activitiescf to-wit
''included Mrs. James N. Cook, 'Mrs. Miller are sisters. The .
Duplicate Bridge Results Supt.'H. P. Morgan, who could The' final 'activity of Thurston tagh school. All are' former our church. Mary McBride,] One lot <:o feet North by South
McDonald John
Mrs.
-Mrs. Sara Diefenbachs and Mrs. Miller are and 840 feet East by WeM .
<
cot be The class mottois : n.cept
June 1 the present. school w'as by principal '
Monday evening, sponsored dence' of Stake leporter.
Thornquist, Mrs. Margaret Gren- from Louisville, Ky. ; They were resi-I 1 acre In -Southeast Cornm
Mrs. Henry 'Mickle Mrs. and Alfred Duplicate Bridge Club met at theWoman's II : "Let us work and strive that Mrs. S. C. Price :and Mfs"D.'B.: housV''guests*.of"Mrs:'Li1Ii J Antioch Baptist lying In the Southeast' Corner
nan, Mr. Mrs. Watson
'
Club. and Mrs. Edith each tomorrow finds us farther Jackson, teacher, assisted by 'the S 'Hicks of N. Oak St. They left Rev. George W. Lee. pastor of the WI. of the PEU of Seo
"Mrs. Gladyce
Herbert Nelson, will spend this weekend in At- tion 14. Township 7 South. Range
Larson and Miss Iva Hillyer I than today. The music was under PTA of which Mrs.'Loulza Brownis will hold
Bachmann Mrs. G. Raymond lanta : Ihe'cily this- week for N.:Y. C. and regular service on Sunday 21 East.as .
: Ga.
,
where they will at-
Starnes. Mrs. A. F. Crosby Mrs. Und the graduation of their son, were high-scorers, while Mrs. the direction of Mrs. Z. P. Jennings the'president. A delicious meal California reporting a very wonderful starting with Sunday Schoolat the property of the above namod
Helen and Mrs. Alice Ket- with Miss W. M. Cromityat all. 10 Clarence defendant and that tm the bt
Olive Stevens Mrs. Mable McLaughlin Phelps was enjoyed by visit and-marvelled at the a. m. Deacon Wil- day
Alfred. Jr., from Emory Univer- the u of June. 1959, between the Il'gal\
chum were second high. piano. Mrs. Jackson 'was transferredto growthand improvement of liams, supt. Morning and eve-'
Mrs. Charles Wallenius sity. 'While in Atlanta, they will hours of sale namely eleven -o'-lo<-lc
Mrs. Edw. Thiele Mrs. S. E. Ken- visit Mr. and CHURCH NEWS I The address was delivered by RJE for next term tut states Starke since their last'visit. John- ning worship will be conducted by in the forenoon and two o'loik
Mrs. George Kinney -
Community Church :Maxwell Saxon, coordinator of the pastor. The choir 'will be on In the afternoon on Mid day It
remember
her Jackson will edward
the will always ny enter Waters -
nedy Mrs. David Nelson Mrs. who former of the Court
are Keystoners.The the South Poor Hotiw
,John nimble Mrs. Bert Christof- "Watson's Through June, July and AU- Volusia County Secondary Schools 'experiences !at :Thurston' and is College this fall. He won a vacation until the third Sundayin in Starke. Pradford County. Florida -
daughter Agnes
,Mrs. gust, Sunday School will be held! who was poetic and dramalid' in :deeply grateful to-all.'the'pupils '$200 -scholarship.AArmy September unless other plans I I will offer for sale and Bpfl
G. E.
Sr. Mrs. Wiggins
fers who
attends Emory-at-Oxford
I his approach. He advised "DOntforget to the hi h.llt bidder for ca!'h iaIvHtid
at 9 a. m., and morning worshipat ddoperalion BaSk are made by the president Mrs.
Irene Williams. Mrs. Mule Holli- will aIso'be present at her broth- and patrons' received Training the above described property.of .
Mrs. William Reynolds. Sr., er's 10. the little things that count during the past three-years;. 'Ple mon Albert of Lincoln City Louiza Brown. Several of the said defendant to satisfy! raidMerution.
way graduation, and will accompany "
much. He'added .
The church has accepted the that "yesterdayis members will be for the
The annual spelling 'contest has almost completed his basictrainlng'at away
Mrs. Alma Frost and Mrs. John I
the family on their return to tomorrowisrot P, I>, REDPTSTT Sheriff of Brad.
resignation of Dr. James A. Pait passed, forget It. was held 1 la'st Tuesday with'five Fort Jackson S. C. summer. Mrs. Arata Williams, re-
Karges. Keystone
Heights.Mr. here don't about it': I ford County Florida.
Carol Ann Glisson 8S organist and choir director.He worry first prizes' of $3.25 each awardedto He was employed as orderly atF.radford"County porter.Ibl'nl'zer.
and Mrs. Hubert Ridaught, 4,30: 4t 5/11
todal here The '
but is it!
is leaving to assume the same use : Baptist
Has Birthday Party and, Trina the following: Robert Pittman Hospital when
daughters. and Vickie,
position in a Gainesville cHurch. key word in his address was Mary Rev. E. D.: Robinson, pastor
Ann
Friday following Graduation 'visited in :Keystone Heights last Jacquelyn Mithcell he wa.s'tailed to the service. He
Meanwhile Mrs. James L. Heth I "WATCH"Vwatch your words: v-ill hold regular services all day ..
Delores
Exercises at Happy Hour Play weekend with the Harold Rid- Chandler Cynthia Clark. is the brother of two of the emp1oyeer
erington is filling the positidn for A-watch your actions: T-watch : Sunday starting with Sunday
Broughton Shirley Ann Young Ranell "Englist and Ber- 1
School. Carol Ann Glisson one of aughts and the Leon Ridaughts.Mr. WILLIAMSJtWIUY
the students, celebrated her birthday and Mrs. Don Cornwall tne summer months. your thoughts; C-watch your company rnd one second' 'prize of I $2.15: to tis, 'Robinson. Pleamon expectsto School, Supt. Henry Bryant in
William Baker has been ap- and H-watch your habits. charge. We are glad to have Annette -
in the schoolroom. along are now living in the Christof- Ruth Ann C1 rk. PrinCipal Pri e return home for a short leave :
Awards presented by Supervisor -
were
l-ointed treasurer by the Board Phillips and family back
wshes for each pupil a pleasant soon.
with all her
fellow-pupils. Carol
fer house on Peach Street. Don is
ol Trustees to succeed Charles T. Shell who emphasized the with us after an extended visitto ,
summer vacation and looks forward It's A Girl!
Ann looked very Pretty in a pink the new teller at the bank. They 01 attendance. -
birthday dress of ballerina length 'have 'one child.a Smith, who has resigned because importance perfect to 'working with you again Mrs. Thelma Green gave birthto Illinois. 'WATCHES DIAMONDS

-- cf his transfer to Wilmington, Loving cups engraved in silver next term.Wateroak I a bouncing girl last week. She: Plan now to attend the Federa-I, REPAIRS

NOTICE were presented to Herman Johnson School is the daughter of Mrs. Francena tion here on the third Sunday in ,

:May: 9. 1959.: Del.The Daily Vacation Bible School valedictorian and Leola Houston I of June. Rev. E. D. Robinson. Ranell f AH Work Guaranteed
Notfr' i is! hereby griven that the following described: land will be-sold Closing program for Wateroak Coleman Starke. She works at
at Public Auction at 12:00 o'clock will be held Monday, June 15, salutatorian. Perfect attend English, reporter. '
noon, on the 5th day of June A.D.. school was colorful with many. the Bradford County Hospital.She
1939 Florida:: fct, 'the-to -City the Hall, City of Starke County of Bradford, State of through Friday June 10, from 9 ance awards were made to two pre-school children completing 'expects to return to work in a ;I A. C. Williams
pay amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the
same, together with all costs of mi h. ale and advertising.! a. m. to 11:30 a. m. The Sunday first grade pupils taught by Miss work and ready to enter first the near future. I ;:- 142 W. Call St.

Dewrrptlofc 8. School Picnic will be held on ['A. B. Anderson and eight to pupils grade next term'at RJE.'PrincipalRoberts Miss Lucretia Parks, former THE RIGHT POINT for ie Starke, Fla.
T. R.
Aftrt Owner Taie Friday June 19, after the lastsession. taught by Mrs. D. B. Richardson. expressed her appreciation -: employee of Bradford County way you write. Come. In and select .- Roberts Jewelry
1 tot 330 ft. E & W Others the : ESTERBROOK Formerly
Mrs. G. Raymond Starnes appearing on program your favorite
by 336 ft N & S In to the patrons for the very Hospital is employed at Medical
.
NW cor, NWVl gf' still be the dean of the Vacation were Rev. S. Reddic and Rev. fjne cooperation she has received Center University Hospital of Fountain TELEGRAPH.. ,\

''lIrw% 21 I 2! 2 Mn." Alma Hough .31 I Bible School. t Levy Lennon who offered prayer through the years -and indicatedthat Gainesville where she is studying.,.. .
Lot 9
of
TMk 2 in Sunny '
Acres SID Alberta Tyson L71 St. William's Catholic Church and bendiction. The visitors included school consolidation was -a for certification as "LPN" licensed -;
Lot 4 of BIk :2 will be Mrs. Walker and Chester I when needRELIABLEGAS
in Sunny "\ Forty Hour Devotions sign of progress. She said she Practical Nurse. We wish you
Acres Robert Den 1.11 Snell both of Staff '
Lts7.8.9&IGof held at St. Edward's Church in Hawthorne. vould still visit the communityand her much. success in this promo-,

BIk 3 in Sunny Acres Alfred Barnes t.09 Starke on June 14, 15, and 16. reporter. friends.

SW 4 of BIk 6 !R: of .. The Chaplain from Green Cove RJE Presents Forum"Let's The address was delivered by tion.Arthur Frank Parks sent greetIngs SERVICETHINK

R 3 W Temp SliD| 21 I 22 3 Air &. .JarlzieB'arnu Springs Naval Station will deliver Get Ahead" was the Prof. Elmer R. Shell who was introduced and congratulations to his

Lots 6 & 7 of BIk 13 3,05. the sermon on Sunday! and theme of the forum presented by by Mrs. B. J. Lennon,! sster' from the U, S. Navy in

in N-Renp S'D Leroy Loni Jr. 2.39 Monday June 14-15. The Holy RJE students during'commencement former teacher at the school. A! France. He expects to return to OF SLflD' GAS
Lots 3 & 6 of BIk 22 week. Those taking'part included ,
Name Men and the ladies of the significant response was made by tnc states during the summer

,Lets in!!! N.4 ifc Reno S SiD of INk 'Lloyd" Aldridge' %.55 Altar Society from Keystone Hazel Tyson, Tommie Lan Mrs. 'Mariam Tyson patron and along with "Beanie 'Thelton Morris -

:22 inN-Reno S/D' Cora Lee Aldridge .55 Heights will conduct the vigil on Huff. James Diggs Joan Jenkins substitute school bus driver. son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP

L0t5,22ofBlkljn. Gabaan.SD!' Robert Lee. 7,18 that Sunday at St. Edward's dur- Jimmie Scott, Helen Bright Joseph I Music ,was under the directionof Morris of South Starke.. Ranell

Lot 8 of Ik! 1 in
hagan SD| Ex ,R1W ,Aaron Holley 1.17 Sacrament.St. White. was taken by Mrs. Alta- Sunday. May 31. the Booker T.I

Lot 3 of Hlk in Ga- Anne's Episcopal Church Music was under the directionof mease Chandler of RJE and Marshall 'Sr. family journeyed to

Lot hagan 4 of S/D BIk 2 in Ga- Levi Lennon 1.77 Cub Scout Pack 305 now has Mrs. P. S. Pierce assisted by Amandalene Chandler, pre-school Deland, to visit his parents,

11 boys registered and seven men Mrs. Z. P. Jennings ,and Enoch .'Dr rit.. rand
hapan SID; Roy L.. Mor land 1.77 assistant.but Mary Marshall MANAGER FOR
Lots!!! II. 9, 10 of BIk :2 on the Pack Committee. Three Allen presented a piano selection. today is here use lU"! The Tney "carried their God-daughter, _
in SID!
Gahacan William Wesley 3.32
Lot 19. 21 of BIk 2 mothers are interested in helpingas Honors and awards were presented Hampton Training School Vdia Elam Shell The rains came !

& Lot 12 of Hlk 3, of Den mothers. After an organizational : by Principal Tompkins The closing program of Hamp- end spoiled some of the fun, but

Lot Gahagan 10 of BIk SI! )3 in' Ga-' Tamp Cohen 3.82 i meeting of the Pack and Prof. A. C. Jenkins.: Diplomas ton Training School included a :fill l reported a very pleasant and Jim"World's Walter Corp1

hagan I SID" Willie Green 1.77 Committee, the first Pack play "Through the School Year." safe trip. ,

Lot hagan 19 of SID BIk! 3 In Ga- ':William '!V. Parker 1.11 ing will be announced. meet-\\ TYYTTMELROSE. $ 1 Those taking 'part were little 'Mr. and Mrs. Eli Graham and

be a cube-steak outing Miss Brown Dwight R. Jones, family and" Mrs. Sophia ,Royal,
Com at NW of BIk
:2 I: S of R 2 cor E & run boys and their families. Gloria Hutcliinson" Asbury rush d to Fort Pierce ,to the bed Largest Home Builders"WILL

S 60 ft for a FOB. Sunday School Teachers will .A.LAkAA4AAAAA4AA.4AAAAAAA Woods, Sandra"( Matthews, Donnie of'the-father of Gloria Gra-

run E OftSSOft, start.on a new curricula on Sun- Mitchell. Vernell Brown Elouise .ham/Jack Lee"who'had' emergency -

W-8OftN50 POP in TemplfB ft RID to day June 7, and the children'willbe (Continued from Pag 111 Cooper. Ralph Byrd, Earl McGol- I surgery. He was resting better BE IN STARKE

Lot Ex ofBlk RIW| 2 in Nat %1' '22. **Ella r., -Ellerson--". ** 9 3,5t taking home some papers that ment address. Principal Earl lie, Albert Byrd. Jacqueline Hutchinson when they left. While there Mrs.

WilLiams S/D ,Ruth,Mae.Pensalall 2.55 should; be of interest to their Cherry will present the diplomas. Samuel Clark Freddie Royal visited other relatives and EACH THURSDAYAT

Com at of SW SWivtrun1 cor of parents. Invocation will be given by Rev. Mae Blocker, Gwendolyn 'Mosley, friends.
NWH
R n' M Sec The Sunday School Picnic will Church. Benediction will be given Iradine Cooper, Jerry Woods, Gloria CHURCH NEWS

Line 760 ft for POB. be held Sunday. June 7, from 3 by Rev. Bill Breyfogle Episcopal Jean Jones, James Clarke, Allen Chapel A.M.E.

Ulf 100>n"ft.N S 3nn 300 ftr ft. W E to 6 p. mvWomen's Church of Melrose. Marzella Durham Charotte Taylor Rev. L. -A. Sampson, pastor will

JOO. ft. to, FOB 22 11 22 John LMinon. 5.05 Auxiliary will meet Jessanna is the daughter of I Shirley Brown Ophelia Taylor observe regular pastoral services STARKE HARDWARE\ CO.

S 118.75' of W4 of t., Wednesday, June 17. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Terrell. Mrs. Tyrone Matthews and Mary and communion starting with \

SWU of SWV RrRIW .., : : First Baptist: Church Ridaught is the daughter of Mr. Ann Blocker. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Sunt. 12:30 P.M. TO GOO P.M.

2fr Dec' DBS7-PG'ZZ 423: Gladys" Harrington 3-5! Last Friday evening, the Junior and Mrs. W. L. Chesser and the Brenda Taylor, daughte of Prin- Irene Thomas In charge, morning

Com at NW cor of -- Girls' Auxiliary under the sponsorship -[wife. of Kyle Ridaught.Both girls cip .r M. Taylor. service at 11 a. ra. 'whIch will Include I

SWM run S 410 of SWI ft. E, 190& Of Mrs. J. R. Smith. Mrs. : have been active in-extra curric- Sunday 'the closing address was Love Feast and baptism of For Appointments Call

ft 'tor POT?. rung Edna Beasley and Mrs. Evelyn ular activities. delivered by Coach Elmer R. all 'infants in the church that

100 ft, ''rT'259! ft. .. : Strickland, held a slumber partyat Those receiving diplomas will Shell. Both programs were at have not received this blessing. JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector \
.W.:59'ft"
N 100 "ft,
to POB 22 S 22 Linnie" :Tyson Et Al I..l.ft ;the pastorium. be: Jessanna Terrell, Myrtle Macedonia Baptist Church pas- AU ,members'&nd friends are Invited -

r
run E Ito ft. S 110 .for the Vacation Bible. School.All Miner, Becky Brice Maxine Jones, The speaker was introduced by porter.

for POB run W -, children interested should be Jcy Morris Dorothy Price, Kathy Mrs. Mabel E. Roberts, principalof Bethlehem, Freewill Baptist \ < W ft. :; 100 ft. W 50 I at that time to be as- Wateroak Rev. L. McKay pastor will hold
ft, N 100'ft to POll ,22 S 22 'Callie & Joe Williams 3.77 on hand Ridaught,-nerie Strickland, Becky School. Gloria Hut-
['signed to classes. There will be Scott, Ralph Terrell, Marilyn Var- chinson gave the welcome ''and regular pastoral t services starting Ifs A Jim Walter Home"1\\1

C'ltn S\VVi at"E ofSWMnn cor of !. departments for Nursery Begin- res Virginia Vickers, Frankie":Ad- Deacon Jones gave the prayer. with Sunday School l at the usual

W !!; for POB 'Sl5.fT ,. rers: Primary, Juniors and In- fans,Stephen Ashley Tommy Bass Pupils who will enter RJE next hour and services continuing OTHER OFFICES: I

? Wly' 60 X Wilbur Royal 10.23, I:termediates. A good staff of workers Becky'Brice Reba CarnesCarol term are Mary Ann Blocker, through the day. The Spiritual OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA
: 160' 11 22
Port 22
?10.26. to .
*; :t A of S% of SEVi I- '. will, be on hand, with Mrs.A. Ann Cook, Charles Gaboardi fMrley Brown Carolyn Sue Echoes did not appear on last _.. 'J

nf SWV of sW i :22! 6 22 I'I' C'A Crura. L32 ., E. Anthony as principal again Marcia Hillard, Maxine Jones, zeTI Durham: Dwight Jones Sunday-fide'. td'ratey;:we_ 'ther' but -a.
ofW4
SE
Com at rtir -
of NB'i of SES 8f this year. Bill Logsdon Ellen McElveeri, Cleophus Matthews, and Gwen-
KB'n for POB. run TueSday June 2the Nell and Mary McGee. dolyn! Mosley.

W" 107,47', N 450,53'. J Pearce Circlemet at the home of School News "Mrs.,M. Taylor principal thanked -
P! llfr.'S S tin'Ely '
Bdr of W 4 4f39:) ,' Tinman ........ Mrs Polly Price. A class party for the 9th grade 'all patrons for cooperation and
R. .uo
Carlton
Lots:to POD 5 & 7 of BIk 13'28 S 22 .". : Last Sunday evening the Men's was held Friday May 29. The win hold final' PTA meeting this HOW MANY

in original .Townof Marshall 65.58 Chorus made its debut and dida members of the class left school week 'for the election of officers.
.
Mr W. T.
Starve] fine Job Friday afternoon and ,had a picnic Mrs. Trudie Mae Durham presi

K: :30 ft of Lots 2, 4 of The First Baptist Church has lunch on the campus of the dent. Pupils who will become :six "PHANTOMQjJ.DOLLARS"

Plk of 22 Starke in Orig J.eon;. Dicandio,. 40.13 just purchased 18 additional lots University of Florida. 'Following years old by December 31 of this

Lot Town 2 of Ilk 1 of L T Ellubeth" McCoy adjoining their property for the the picnic they went skating. year will be registered by their
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& Cos SID Agt. 4.59 purpose of further expansion. The Annual staff for next year parents during the week.

EtftotLot3Ofk --...-"-. 11.82 They are outgrowing their Sanc- was selected. Pat Preston and Cancer CollectionsThe .
.EnochTiofl
16.lnLT& Cos SID _._. tuary and also the Educational Beth Pierce will be the co-edi cancer report has not
Biks 25 & '-NH Of Lot .. '... 4 Buildinsr., This will give them tors. Other members will be cho- '.reach the iuota. Mrs. Margaret
L T & Go'sKD
26 in
Unknown. ." e.u room for_.further buildings. Morel I.sen at a later date. DeSue. crusade captain, and others ,

S SO ft of Lot 4 of BUt .., ( on this at- a later date The 1968-59 "Bulldog's" {were have reported approximate IN YOUR PAY?

33 in L T &: Cos i.: Eat e.i4 Watchfor, :further; announce given out last week. The annual ly75. The quota is.$100 'and'tfe

SiD; -Ida*.- -Simmon'., ..., ... ments regarding our Homecomingin staff is to be commended for the are striving for 200 percent which

Lots L T 3.&4 Cos of B'.k S'D:! 40 in 'Lilly Jackson.'i?:D0TtDI Hick* 4.59 commemoration of ,our tenth excellent job that they did." A will' be $20d: our share of ,$2.000

anniversary. We are planning a lot of planning went into thii an- which county chairman, 'Mrs; By"phantom dollars"we mean in.

K ft 45 of ft of Lot Lot 2 1 of ft:BIk 25 A" \ big dayand trust that.an former nual, and it is one of the finest Clyde Terwillegar is determinedto come \wh' ch becomes outgo so L J

47 in L T & CosSiD .Ida .Simmons, Act 1.4) members who have moved away to be publshed at Melrose i in re- reach. We will continue: to'so- "
: .V- mn be in attendance. ccent years. .hit the rest of this week in an quickly that you scarcely realize ,
W% of Lot 1 of Elk
10' in L T A Co's { .'Pinner's Supp1. 20.04" Most of the '4-H officers were effort to get $200. Did 'you knowthat you ever had it.

Add TRINITY EPISCOPAL selected for next year. Those w'e benefit more from the Some dollars (those that must pay

L.ts' 4. 5 of' Blk 19 in Gladys; Harrington 18.45 CBURCH.MELROSERev. : chosen were: Sandra Read, presi- collections made for cancer than for food and
rent so on) are unavoidably
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14T&CO3"Idd M. H. Breyfogle Vicar
dent; Mary Ruth Perry secre- I the other group? Let's .do our,..
Let 10 of BIk 2$ in Harrington 16.45LT&Co'sAdd -- ;
Gladys 10 Sunday others
Sunday- a. m., tary; Maudi Tyer, treasurerand part! "phantoms"

Lots 2 & 3 of Elk 2 School; 11:15 a. m.. Morning Delores'.Pridgeon delegate. Vice-5 Birthday Party need not be. And the more "phan- '
Ex Rd in Highway Robert G. Green 40.U Prayer and Sermon Holy Communion'each -
president and Clifford Strong gave a birthday -
leader wilibe
Addition song into doHa
torn dolia&you convert savings The!
Elk 4 in Temples Add first Sunday]; 7:30p. chosen next year'from new mem pjTrtey1 honoring his mother, can ,

Ex Lots 1. .2 ',fc. 3 Eunice, !. Annis* 9.23otBlk4 m. Young People meet. Mrs. Allie Strong; cook at Bradford more important financial goals you can reach, in the-I

Lots 2, -3, 4 of BUt:33 Joseph H. Cumber ,Holy ays-l0; a. m.. Holy Commnnion. bers.An installation of FHAjJfficers County 'Hospital. The Idea long run. /

in J M Johns Add Sr. 32.49 held Tuesday e'V l The was originated" by Odessa Ham -
1-1 jras ng.*
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Beg at NE cot ofSB'i rew officers'are: president Linda ton assisted 'by 'Glory Ann. Theguests :T0 HAVE .MORE, SAVE MORETO SAYE MORfi
I. .Th'p Co..ty Jaisff'f Cottrt 'Of
of XEU run
W SSS'ft S' 310', ft Bradford County. Florid I la Pr.- Sue Strickland: vice-president included many of the children'In SPEND LESS-AND BANK ThE DIFFERENCE WITh-US
CUffoidSfriends.
eOmmU
to FOR then E 130: late Carolyn ,Wilson; historian Mar- the t1.
ft. S 50 ft. W ISO ft. ;, >..Lela Buckles'. .;. 7.64 T.V RK: Estate rxreased.of JAMES' LA.WOEXCE faret Royster; president-elect, /'UttJ Miss! Cynthia'Sherman
rsv-io ft tu rOBt 1 22 -.- :* -' ORU. I I
JVg15 ft AY of XE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Carol ,Hurst; secretary Carol cousin of the' honoree was
..,.r n'V a: ot \KMof All 'persons having claim or demands Hansen: treasurer Bessie Rid born on the same date many years ,
,SK" "r :\J.:I 4 against the estate of James ,.
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run <:5 1 tel ft In POB Lawrence Orr. deceased are here I irur- parliamentarian Delores later and1 stated I am"as" old.as I,
W ''*( ft S If\1I ft. J. T. Pollard 12.27 br notified and required to file 1 Pridgeon; program of work chairman cousin AHie!" One of her, best
> too ft 29 6 .21 tneir, claims in the office of the! '
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Lot 11f! >rTrk rr: 1.in But- Spero'" E:' Gianlstes- 25.72 County Judge of Bradford County, Carol "Allison. After the 1 installation tirthday- giftswas. thl! presence : FJ.ORiDABANK I j
l .r i-.,,,-t SiD FlorIda. in' the County Court Hotse! a joint party was held of her thfldren and the news that

1 .V in Plk"Yr 12 cor In of Cas-Lot .. at calendar Starke.months Florida from within the date eight of between the FHA and the FFA. her 'son from the' north .iiI )!arhf .: '
4 of
kino Add Seymonne Collete. the first publication of this notice. Beta (Club officers'were ft also "about June 7.'After the party I
Rosier 5,09 cr the same will become void according clifford sid-l"'feel: ,ifryears"Cid: AT STARKE
XW: of' to law. This May 5,' U59. selectedor: next year. They are:
H"1r : cor
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Vfr.t Publication :May 7, 195J. president ''Pat 'Preston vlcerres&enVBelh er." All persons" pres nt'leported'a
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:XE 4 "f i run j One of 28 Banks of the Florida National.GronpMember .Federal Deposit
100'. E !j R,!'. :X JOYCE ORR WATKINS ; Pierce; secretary, delightful time 'at' the party.Th Insurance Corp.
\V-27 tuTPOB 29 1 22 Aubrey Maura Jr n.n rxecutrix: of the Will of James,
400', ;
Lawrence 'Orr. -deceaced. Carof.: : treasurer Dale #Strongs"live in'Lawtey.
"A : .. aLpsen [ .
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Hollis V. Knight. Stance,Florida > S a w ..
rotors' '
CARL JuHXS. Tax Collector, Fallen; and historian, Margaret Grattta -- S. -
City_ ..of. Starke.. Florida. Attorney. for .Executrix. ". Jlfs Parks and MrsJJ
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AGE FOURTEEN ----- -- .- -__ n BBADFO&Pc6tJNTr_ : TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLOEIDA THURSDAY. JUNE: 4, 1953

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............. .....VYVYV minutes the rain started and they haul some poles in this, part of Highland Sunday: -and we have the last two weeks with his son- and post office address Is unknown. I of May. 1559.UFFICLtL quired to serve a ..copx .f your

had to get out and dig more ditches the woods. They find the:"' can not r.ews for you! The Intermediateclass n-Iaw and daughter. Mr. and You are hereby notified that a I SEAL) answer or pleading to the t>m-

CLAY HILL around the chicken houses do very much work due to me had to give the 'attendance Mrs: Cecil Addison. Other visitorsof JOB complaint in the has above been named filed against Court I CHAKLES A. DARBY p'iint I::. K. Prrryman on the Plaintiffs and file the Attorner original

than they had dug before and ain and the ground Ijeing so banner over to the adult mea! :the Addisons were their son- whereinthe Plaintiff seeks a divorce. Clerk of the Circuit Court in the office of the Clerk of the
net but they it is wo se other True Tou are required to file Fy: Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Circuit Court on or before the ft
i the
they tell me they had dug Plenty say men won by only one in-law''v.rid'da imter. Mr. and
by Mn. f. L. StricklandiffAAAAAAAAA Jour answer! or other defenses if 614| 4t 5/2: ; cay of July. 1959; otherwise tlviIlepatioos -
Ditches Before! We were late places. After all. we arenr't flooded point, but they nevertheless! ,MrsI. :Walter Quiett and children any in the office of the Clerk of of said Complaint will

.AAAAAAAAAAA (betting to church Sunday night, as badly as they are lit other: Now what Is wrong with us women !of":;Jacksonville. Charles Addison the Circuit Court in and for Frad- NOTICK TO DKKEMIIn toe taken aO confessed by you.
ford County. Florida, on or before Cirrnll ('.art. Bradford (...tr. This notice shall! be publishedrnee
due to their having to take care Maces-or it seems this 'i'ay. We ? Why can't we show our colors returned Jacksonville with the i the 6th day of July. 1939.; and at Florida fhaRrery.. a week for four consecutive
Our deepest sympathy goes to of these chicks. should thank the Lord for his and win this banner onetime? Qiiietts-to.work during the sum- I the same time serte a ....py of the Henry Oriffi Plaintiff. vs. Ruby wicks in the Bradford County
the relatives and all friends of same upon Carey 7tx1dard IS! X. W. laird riffi!' Defendant, Telegraph.
Aunt Senia Prevatt who departedthis Our daughter, Betty Brumbeiow blessings and for remetmbering Come on, let's try I mer. First Street, Gainesville Florida. Native To ..tptearT. Dated this :S day of May, m'.
us as he does. Congratulations ..: Ruby F/ird Criffis. whose
Jacksonville to Sunday night the' choir"was are in order attorney for the Plaintiff. Upon
from SEAL)
came
life
Sunday morning, May residrm-e and address il': Unknown
p Mrs. John Wilkinson's d ughter, made entirely of for Jean ,Dugger. Barbara Bates. failure to do so a Decree Pro Con- DARBY.
up A.
31. Her funeral was Wednesday see us one day last week. our young You are hereby notified that a CHAKLRS
whose husband is in the: armed folks-Intermediates and 'Juniors Calvin Pace and Shirley Brown fesso will l>e entered against you. suit for divorce has been filed Orrk of the Circuit Court
afternoon at 3 p. ra. This is ano- We have missed "Grandma"Pendarvis Witness my hand and official against you in the above named By: Marian L. Crosby! Deputy Clerk
forces overseas, is staying with They did who are those to graduate
good
a Job of leading among 45 4t 6 :.
ther of God's children who was from Sunday School seal at Starke. Florida this 23 day IVurt and cause and you are re
mother and dad Wilkinson for the singing. With more help from BHS. Barbara Crenshaw I
V loved by all who knew her. and church for sometime, she is
awhile. these Dgsters'could really sing, Gerald Conner and Cecil Addi-
relatives and friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Wilkinsonof visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Liang of but as we are all scattered so'far son will be graduated from Union

Clay Hill spent the day Sun- ,Macclenny.Our Tampa son of Mr. and. Mrs. apart and canT not meet to prac- High School. We wish a successful r .

day with their son and wife. Mr. visiting nurse Miss Dorothy Richard Lang of Clay HI ill, announce tice as often as we wish to, we future for each of these young I k T Ti. '
and Mrs. J. D. Wilkinson of Hugh. Murch called on different ones '
the birth of a sots Barney can not help'so much. people.

When they came home to take in Clay Hill last week. Fred May 24. Congratulations Sunday night Vas our appointed Mrs. Lucian Conner entered 1

care of their chicks-just before Martin Padgett and D. J. Car- time for the Lord's Supper. T. Riverside Hospital last Mondayfor QJr U

the rain-all was well. In a few ter have been trying to cut and
One day last week Gene Man- M. Knight brought the message. surgery. She has since returned '

ning fell at school while layng> Rev. Chism-Mr. Knight. and Mr. home and is doing well. .

and injured his neck. Strickland: "and Deacons Cecil] Cecil Addison Jr. left Monday w 4ivi.et1s

FIRST BAPTIST Church Starke Maud Strong formally of Hardee and Carson Griffis ad with the Senior Class for Wash- FREE BUYER'S '

Starke but now living in Tampa, ministered" the Lord's Supper. ington. D. C. The group will return DIGEST OF NEW OUR FORD V

has to return to the hospital for These three preachers are all the last of the week.
CAR fACTS _
Rer. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor further treatment of the hip\ she members -of Highland Church. Mrs. K. D. Conner has recently race d.wq 1x

Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town broke sometime ago. We understand Each person present Sunday night opened a Beauty Shop In Lake ==r Mr DEALER HAS

: that Bert isn't well either. except some babies! are membersof Butler.

Phones: Office WO 9.6801Pastorium WO 9-2301 They ask the prayers of all :praying 'a Baptist church. We had one Many Farm residents attended B

people. visitor, a lady'from Tampa, who. funeral services for Laurice Clemens '
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M.:
We have only two pupils com- was passing.tt1rough Highland at New Hope Church. Sunday. FREE HCK'FOR. YOU /.

Sunday School 9:15 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:15 P.M. pleting the eighth grade at Clay and was caught In the rain and: Don't forget the annual homecoming MUFFLER
I ai it 3 aa.os oa dldwda..s
Hill this year Carlis Manningand had to stop, so she attended at Raiford Baptist Church *.w all ads>- t

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.\ Wilbert Johns. But we ..havea church with us.'Needless: to saywe I Sunday June 14. Everyone is invited del r rs wd d e"eaco..d I .t'"
k aecsa+Lw Oi MM M M
good showing for the honor: were glad to have her with us. to bring lunch and spend | COME INI I CASH INI I \

A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU students. They are: First Grade, II the day. **.
Ford-
!Arc people
Boy v\e ever making
Elizabeth England.-Wilford Pad- uuauuuua.uu.uuSTATE We want to welcome Mr. and
We're dividends aQ
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH happy. dealing
gett: Second Grade Lonnie Hig- Mrs. Hicks and children, who have over the place. And the biggest dividend -

don Willie England, Ronald Pad- FARM moved here from Macclenny and I FREE EXTRAEASY TERMS of all is the.thrill you'll get

gett: Third Grade Brenda Mos- are occupying the home formerly SAFETY CHECK BF.III..'wAMf mf behind the ,,'heel.Wc've never had a

ley Larry Ray Whitehead, Wayne By Mra. O. E.' Crosby cccupied by Mr. and Mrs. Mere.GRIFFIS ..,.....,..., ..(..CM.*..
REVIVAL. 1st BAPTIST CHURCH Johns, David Mosley; Fourth q, M...A.......rd..".......1(10II, .P:.bpd.-, s.d proportioned outside. Come see,come

Grade, Ada Austin, Deloris England vvvvvvYvvyvyyyvyyyvyyyfDonald T..y..y.y.T............ j ...-....same save, come get tf these extra dividends -

Joe Higdon, John Wilkinson now during our special 11}
Carter and Sharon
I Fla. ; Fifth Grade, Elizabeth Pad- LOOP .. Dividend Days. ,
Lawtey June7-14-8Pl Greene entertained with a "Bop"party --- .:
gett Billy Jerold Mosley, Wilbur at the home of Mr. and tatej et a CO Ip r_vowfactov*'ivgg"(*4 ntoH pfcsrSara.
Padgett; Sixth Grade, Sharon
Mrs. Russell Carter
Saturday
Y :;H yes..3tYy Mosley.. Joy Ann Manning, Pa- night. Mrs. Carter and Mrs. By Yerfale AndersonAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Debra Mosley, Eunice Whitehead .
Greene served refreshments to .the standard AMERICA'S NO. 1 DIVIDEND CAR SlTCM
tricia White head Seventh Grade
; the 18 young people after they We were glad to have Mrs. fcijh-capacity surwstartmf body finish that
Linda Padgett Cecil Mosley, had enjoyed out-door games. Riley Sweat battery never needs waxing :

... Elizabeth Austin; Eighth Grade, attend Boatdrain
f, v2n Their many friends here wish Baptist Church with
Wilbert Johns. us Sunday.
We miss Mr. and Mrs. Arch We
were also happy to have Mrs.
We had 60 in Sunday School at
Dobbs who retired after 30
yearsof Pete Griffis back with us after a
continuous service with the stay in the hospital. We hope
sat'i ; state. They moved to their new
Madison Street Mrs. Sweat will come back again

Dome! in Lake Butler last week. and that Mrs. Griffis will be well

Church them happiness.We .__ cnough'to continue x
Baptist attending.Mrs. .
: join in extending our: sin- Brookins and Mrs. The Thundertiird-inspued Ford Gjlane costs
;: Block W. Madison to"Mr.. O'Brian only$SI more Van the Fairtane 500
((900 St.) cere sympathy and Mrs were Sunday guests of Mrs.
G. E. rews.'in the loss of Mrs.Crew's brey Moore. Au- Save on alummized I "Sweep to I11tlS over Fords nearest competitor on a Savemufflerthatnonnany Save vp to
Services Each Lord's Day I I Fairlane 500-any modd-with heater,radio and automatic op to JH on 1 SHavuroatab
brother, Laurice demons, Cheryl Jones was the Sunday ; twice as long I fc-ansroission;with air conditioning you can save {21I.U other accessories 1 regular gas and ei
School who died Saturday. guest of
Sunday 9:45 A.M. Audrey Flakes.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Candella of -
r The Intermediate
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. boys and girls
Jacksonville spent the weekend have been working hard and now DIVIDEND DAYS AT YOUR FORD DEALERS ,_
Training Union 6:43 PJI. .
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. have a party .
x. coming up. These "
Evening Worship 8:00 PJM. Russell Carter. The Carters and parties are rewards for classes '..59 FORDS-TKE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFULLY PROPORTIONED CARS f.PJ.L

their guests and their son and that work hard.
REV. JOE MARTIN PRAYER MEETING daughter-in-law, Mr.. and Mrs.
EVANGELISTREV. Wednesday -. 7:30 P.l\[. We miss Grandma IMaryl} TERWILLEGAR
William Carter and baby of Bay- Brown and hope she can be withus MOTORS

R. EARL MOSES, Pastor Nursery Open For All Services less Highway enjoyed swimming again soon.

CHOIR, PRAYER CROUP AND INSTRUCTION A Cordial Welcome Extended Saturday.Mr.and' a cook-out.* *"Kingsley-." Lake Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith attended 206 W. Madison St. Starke, Florida Phone WO 4.3381

CLASS 7:15 P.M. To.All Who' Will Worship With and Mfs.-. Pete Harrell and brother-in-law funeral services for his

EVERYONE WELCOME Us family spent the weekend in I cently. at Frostproof, re- "'Check Your Car V Check Your Driving 'iJ Check Accidents *

relatives and
Georgia visiting
J. H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor friends. *. Brother Cecil Crawford will
f s conduct
both
morning and eve-
E. L. Drawdy of :Tampa spent
rung services at
\ Boatdrain Sun-
cay because our regular pastor

will be out of town.
Training Union study course .ADVANCE IN FLORIDA j IiI


V has been the finished lessons. and we all enJOYed LAND LOCATED & IMP. FOR PROFIT & GAIN /1I

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REVIVAL \: Boatdrain Baptist Church

:Sunday School. 10 a. m. Wor-
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ship Hour. 11 a. m.; Young PeapYe"s. 2949 ACRESIN AUCTION

Meeting,. 7 p. m.: Evening I

Service. 8 p. m. and Prayer MeetIng -

Wednesday at 7:30 p. i ,.Pas- 2 TRACTSONLY

tor Rev. Orville Brookins. ( 6 MILES APART) WED. JUNE 17 '( J

HAMPTON CHRISTIAN ,
PINE
LEVEL CHURCH 10 A.M. RAIN OR SHINE! f i

Sunday Bible Schoof. 10 a.

m.; Morning Worship, 11 a. m.: (1) 1,587 ACRE KOKOMO FARMS GOING NOW! f

Evening service 7 p. m.. and Prayer .
V a meetng every Tuesday at 7:30P. 460 Acres Pecans & Grassland GAINESVILLE FLA.

m. John White, pastor. 160 Acres Fine Open Pastures Drive west from Gainesville on State

Highway 26 for 14 miles to the
NORTH RIDE: 145 Acres of Planted Pines prop-
Baptist BAPTIST erty 7'000 ft. highway frontage. AP'
Church CHURCH *
4 Homes-Best Fences, Bldgs. etc.
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morntoff prox. j mile from model town, New-

Worship, 11 L m. Training lavishly Rich Row Crop Land berry, in a developing area.

Union I 6:3u p. m. Evening Wor
,;> ', .. ship 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting (2) 1,362 ACRES Formerly FRED CONE FARM!

Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Everyone GAINESVILLE FLA.
welcome. 600 Acres Flawless Grassland ,
Rev H. R. Carter.
Pastor. Jrfve.t on State\ 26 for II miles to Shaw

\ SPECIAL MUSIC "DUETS.HBY -' Bonus Yields of Row Crops Hd, at Fanm\\"orth Store. Turn North S
1 ; Homes
'a The ,' for :Modern Living 1-2 mL to property. About 5 mL paved
:w y C..iys ".d"[, Court la
\** F.r Bradford Co...,.. FforiU. Pines and Hardwood for Cash frontage on Hwy. 241 and road to Gainer
.1 r-:.'..'" !. Probate.
File X*. 1-430 T>U tike, home of I'niv. of Fla. Industry, cultorr.
and Fences to Match Land
i Rl :. IV HB ESTATE OF gs. tl on and shoppIng ftl'UJ1'1't'3 -.
: CHOIR : : JAMB ."'ERr C4RSHKI.L. al.! .
TRIOSx I ? *..7" a JANE: HVTHCOCK CARS-
.... "ELL. Dertaaed.NOTICE NATURAL ADVANTAGES PRACTICAL ADVANTAGES FOR GREATER
TO CREDITORS PROFIT MANY FACTORS FOR GAIN
f To all
"i creditors and all persons! I
r < ; w baring claims
--V '' or demands against Prize location sound :
said estate. improvements 'otmrnts. Cash from many sources water

: s1 AND l mgS :r/a AND f' /T' notified You, and and each required of you to'are presentany hereby Nature's best natural advantage both melons, cucumber, produce, corn, grain .
-t' : tracts automatically give you more of all that
/ 'I claims and demand, which you grow anything. Plenty help available..
.. or either of you. may hare against makes real estate: desirable in there day of

the estate of Janie Avery Carswell. diminishintj land supply and inflation. Fla. GREEN GOLD PINKS; FOR SECURITY _
also known as Jane Hathcock
Cars- '
1 well derea. d. late of Bradford grows at a dazzling pace. Thousands of acres 143 acre of pines planted oh Kokomo Farm in
CONGREGATION '' County, Florida, to the HonorableTh are quickly being put to use. To make money, 1941 and 1930; that need thinning for puJpwood.

QUARTETI'ESREV. '!' .' Bradford rOD.A. ,Yawn. Jr. County Judceof get this land near Gainesville. You wt the price. About 500 acres in pines on the other farm with
County at his officein
the County Courthouse hi Starke. healthy pines and hardwood. With good maIIDELL'XE
GRASSLAND Fla. cattlemen make
Bradford _Count)'. Florida within : agement, have a perpetual Income. Cruise tim
eight months from the date of the money now. By 1973. when pop. till estimated ber and come to sale.
first publication of this notice. to be 225 million, think what having land should
Each claim demand must be in
or
writing and must state the placeof mean. On Kokomo Farms, cattle graze in a 460 LIMESTONE DEPOSITS: Mines adjoia Kokomo

". residence and poet-office address acre pecangrove.ae' Stuart & money-maker Farms and there's an estimated million tons on
; of the claimant and must be sworn trees and good pecan market near. Ala 160 the property. Check the possibility of mining on
BILL
COMPTON tby the claimant his agent or
EVANGELISTr' his attorney, or It will become void tcres of open p>>tvre. Other farm has about 600 a royalty basis. .
acpordtnr to law. acres of Improved pastures. Both fenced and
Dated May 29. A. D. U.'. cross/ fenced. Water in pasture. Buildings BETTER LIVING' : I modern homes! on Kokomo
every
., William T. Berford. Jr. As Administrator -
: to match the land Tobacco barns Farms; 2 on other farm. Every convenience.
c. L a. d. b. n. of the are up. corrals
DECATUR, ALA. ': Estate: of Janie Avery Carswell. etc.. go. Good grazing more days in the U. of FU. near. Best hunting k fishing near.
also known as Jane Hathcock Cars- Grand communities with high home and civic
off here.
ell. deceased. year pays ,
v. standards. Profit and enjoyment
First publication on: June 4. 1159.Ye depends upon
The Exee.t.r Or. A* mll.trat.r. ROW CROP LAM>-Both farms have! big fields possession so be at this sale.
The above notice must be published of rich mellow, easily-tilled land where ran
you
Starts in a newspaper published In BOTH FARMS SUBDIVIDED .OR
OFFERED
to Good tobacco al- -
Sunday June 7 Fradford Count Florida once a use machinery advantage.
( week for four (4) publications and AS A VVHOLE! We can only touch on -
I proof of publlratlonhich will be lights here. Plan a holiday .and inspect every
tnrnished by the paper filed in this feature, then be at the sate. You get the
.fffcaVTHEROJf Sale Will l Be Held At price
A. YAWN, JR. TERMS' !
County Judge KOKOMO FARMS


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A, Per' Bradford C.-tr. tails. Call our office if you want more de. .
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Lucille Blonnt otherwise tails.

W. E. HALL, PASTOR .t 'y. k.owa as Jessie Lucille Uobley or O. Box 678 Oc1* Hotel I

Jessie_ Lucille Hntcbiason. Plaintiff BARBECUE, FOR ALL OCALA, FLORIDAP
r: .,' ,n....r-Horace Bloont. Defenda.tNOTICR .
TO APPEAR
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