Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 11, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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T '4 J. c' All County And City Bills !rAf.

7 t x xF' Cleared Legislative HurdlesRep.

ir.tCn' Doyle E. Conner said yesterday ion included the following:
that a bill introduced late 1. Providing for allocation of a

; in the session by Sen. Charley E. um of money by the County ;-,
Co. 'Dead Eye Dicks'Win Johns to place the Sheriff cf Commissioners for the purpose of -{

Bradford County back on the fee idvertising and promoting; Bradford -

system was not introduced in the County. .I Jf' -
.22 Rifle Trophy House. 2. Providing supoena powersfor ,

w Conner said he was in favor of the county .prosecuting at-|I

giving the budget system a trial .01 ney. I I' _
Pictured above are mrinbrn of Co. B (Camp and that he thought most of the 3. Providing for the compensation -Sampson Lake Up -

Standing) .22 Rifle Team \\ho won the North t'ksr-: complaints about the budget system of inspectors and clerks serving -'

ida League unit team championship. "roring 1245; ;: c for sheriffs had been eliminated at state and county electionsin To Old Tricks _

1 points out of a possible loOO.; From left: Albert .. by a general bill passed Bradford County, at a rate not ,

Foster, captain, individual score, 365; ClarenceScoggint -.,;,!.'"--.;'\. during the session. to exceed 1.50 an hour and sev- ,! Sampson Lake above has ,
/0- "" Control over sheriffs budgets en and one-half cents per mile
211; Robert Lapps, 218; Clyde; W. Marsh. "'. '' flooded! :: far into the pasture of
'_ each while such
,,;; ho* been given back to the coun- way performing
238; and Virgil M. Jordan 256. Medals were !' the southwest
pl't'o." ... ty commissions by this general services.! i Hogan: Snuth on -
rented to the team last week by Brig. Cien. RobertG. -:, nil Conner said. The act was 4. Amendin the 1957 County I I'I.shore for its highest mark since M. >* '

White, Assistant i Adjutant General. Not present t passed following widespread com- Zoning Act by giving the County' J '49. Line of trees in background ,. ; '

was team member Roscoe K. Scarbro, whose! score .:;' \ _' t nlaints by commissioners in Brad- Commissioners zoning control over marks the normal shore line.
was 346. 4'" :' ford and other Florida counties .all prcperty in the county lying Henry Jones of Sampson City

At right. Gen. White: seen presenting medal to ... that they were powerless to veto within 1.000 feet of the rights-of-: I who records water levels in Sampson -
e items in the sheriffs' budgets under v.ay of all primary roads in the for the U. S. Geological Survey
John .. '
Stephens f Co. C (Starke) who was high in.dividual _
!', a statute passed at the 1957 .cotinty: to regulate and restrict says this is the second time 9 it *+
scorer in the State His total for the t/"Wf -
session The new act makes it,t tt.e height, number of stories, andsire this year the water has floodedthe '
seven matches was 1,879, or an average; of 268.1 necessary for the commissionersto ; of buildings and other structures pasture. :

for each" firing. :. < < + approve the sheriff's budget setback distances from At right: Bridge over the canal
before it is adopted. Under the rihts-of-way, and property lines J leading from Sampson Lake to
1P57 law they had to accept the tor buildings and other structures the
Sampson River
was recently
98 Graduates Given Diplomas Four Accidents, budget as presented by the sheriff the use of and for junk yards cleared of logs by Dave Paulk but nnths washed down from the> culverts under the G. S. & F.

I ; I! or appeal to a board in Talla- and automobile trailer camps, and ::c: still clogged with water hyakke l In the background are the Railroad.
No InjuriesFour hassee. the location and use of buildings,

I Superintendent RaisedA and land for trade, industry or !
Third Of Class Will Attend College accidents but no injuries bill introduced by Sen. Johnsin other specific use. Flood

have been reported by the Bradford the closing days of the session Another amendment to the zoning Problems Get Attention

Almost one-third of the 93 County Sheriff's Department end passed by both houses :: act gives the Commission the
Diplomas I
were presented to 98
graduating Seniors of BHS plan since June 1. raised the salary of Superintendent power to fix reasonable permit I
members of the Senior Class of
Bradford High School at gradua-I! to attend collages and universities I II On May 28, three miles north of Public Instruction of Brad- and inspection fees to be chargedfor As Officials AreaAnother
tion exercises held Friday night I this fall. This is believed to be cf Starke on U. S. 301 a 1957 ford County from $7,000 to $7- building permits for all structures Eye Creek

June 5, in the Madison Street I slightly! higher than the average I B'l-air Chevrolet driven by Herman 500 per year. The new salary costing over $1,000.
P! previous classes. Harold Stein. New York schedule is effective July 1 and 5. An act requiring that all
Baptist Church. This is believedto
The University of Florida and City collided with a 1956 Ford. pteces the superintendent on par septic tank installations in the two to three inches of'inches: during the same dates;
be the I
ever the new St. Johns River Junior driven by James B. Crawford of with most other courthouse of- county be inspected and approvedby rain falling over the county in I Louis Hill Fire Tower had 1.50;
giaduated in a single class at I College at Palatka are tied inj I I!Lawtey when Stein passed a big ficials.In the State Board cf Health act- the week of June 1-8 brought theyear's and New River Tower 1.90. Jaycees Set

BHS.Many !popularity with members of the I truck on a bridge and met Craw- commenting on his new raise ing through the Bradford County total since Jan. 1 to an Totals for the year to date show

friends and rela !praduating class, each drawing !ford.Stein Y2st dRY, Supt. H. P. Morgan Health Department. average of 44.85-within five inches Louis Hill Tower near Highland Check

even some parents, were tives'l:a prospective'; total of 11 Seniors.I} was charged with drivingon .said "For the first time I will 6. !>n. act redistributing race : of the average total for an I leading; in rainfall with a whopping Safety '

pOinted'at being unable to : Those who have indicated they!I the wrcng side of the road. be making as much as the prin- track money received by the coun- entire normal year. ,I 48.85 inches. New River .

scats in the crowded chapel to will enroll in colleges and universities June 5 saw three accidents take :cipal of Bradford High School. ty for fiscal year 1959-60 as follows The drenching rains coming i i Tower. west on SR 100, is run- '
witness the ceremonies. Originally next fall are: I/place in Bradford County The City Bills Passed : : first 10000. Board of with almost 'daily regularity.\!ner-up with 45 inches: Santa Fe' Of Autos Here

scheduled for the high school University of Florida: Fred : inside of a 1953 Dodge belongingto Sen. Johns and Rep. Conner County Commissioners: second i j brought drainage problems back i)Tcwer near the south county line' .

stadium, the scene had to be Brandes Jimmy Ritch. Betty I Luther E. Oberry. of Lake Butter both j-aidthis.week that to the Si 0.000 Bradford County Hospital -' to the forefront afteira decade in reports a total of 43.70; while the'* J._

shifted due to rain that fell most Ann Simmons, Henry--Hall, 'Rayl caught fire eignfmlles north ,best of their knowledge all bills ; all remaining race track which -rainfall was considerablyless Hercules' Powder Co. guage at'' A voluntary. Safety' ,- Check of
of Friday, making the outdoor- Maxwell. Jimmy Hobbs. Judy Kel- cf Starke on State Rd.,16..A cigarette -'requested', the city and county funds to be' divided 60 per cent than normal. City, County, Starke has recorded 41.86 inches i i automobiles in the area 'will be

exercises impossible. ltyr John Green Terrell Green is suspected to*'have -caused passed the Legislature in the form tn the School Board and 40 per State Road Department, and .since Jan. 1. |I conducted by the Starke Jaycees
The Seniors marched down the F'anklin Ritch. and Jean Dugger. the fire. requested. ,City bill$ included the rent' to the County Commission. Chamber of Commerce officials I J. R. Wainwright. manager of I from 9:30 a. m. to 5 p. m. this

rinse! in pairs at the opening St. Johns River College: D. A Nash Rambler driven by following: were scheduled to meet at noon the Starke Farmers Market, reports -:,Saturday. The check will be conducted -

notes of the processional played I Pitch Green Charlotte Gregory.1 Donald Paul Wiles. Morgantown. 1. An act authorizing the City:;I Tire Blows Rim today Thursday and discuss a that L. R. Morris Produce in lanes set up in the
by Miss Joann Furlong, organist.All At mond Rivers Tom Tatum. Ben- W. Va., ran into the rear of a Clerk to issue search warrants. proposed: program for wideningand ,!Co loaded the first trailer of school tone on U. S. 301 in frontof

addresses by members of the ny Williams, Fay Maxwell, Linda J[ 1950 Plymouth coupe driven by 2. Providing for a permanent I WorkersTwo clearing out Alligator Creek corn !f700 crate) Wednesday, and BHS.

>graduating: class were well prepared -i Lovorn Dorothy Loper, Rhodia Philip David Goldhagen of MI- registration system for the City of Injuring through Starke and a distance i.that there would be a little more, All auto owners in the area may

and delivered in a credita Dines Charlene Hardy, Charlene" ami Beach when Goldhagen Starke. I employees of the Lamaree westward in an attempt to speed corn the latter part of the week. i obtain a free safety inspection often
ble manner. These include the Dennis. I slowed up to allow a car to turn excess water on its way from the The Starke market also handled i vital points on their cars by ,
3. Authorizing the City to issue Thuck Stop south of Starke on
welcoming address by Franklin Florida State University. Talla- off. The accident took place on revenue bonds and certificates U. S. 301 were injured last Sat- Sampson Lake drainage well. During 312 crates of pepper, Wednesday|coming to the school during the I

Ritch salutatorian; the farewell 'assee: Ann Elder.. Mary Agnes U S. 301 nine miles south of without a referendum or a free- urday afternoon when the rim : recent downpours the creek with the best bring $4, and 201>appointed hours.

address by Jimmy Hobbs vale- Matthews. Patsy Nichols Bubba Starke.. holder election. blew off a tire they were inflat- has proved inadequate to take hampers of eggplant at $3. [r The Safet Check will be con :
dictorian: and three addresses on LaMee, Glen Tomlinson. and Tom A 1948 Pontiac driven by Alan 4. Restriction to freeholders and tne water off fast.enough causinga R. A. Nettles, manager of the!ducted according to nationally recognized

the subject of "Builders of To- Stallings. Elton Middaugh of Tampa ran their spouses the right to vote in ing.James Hopper and Judson back-up flood condition in the B.-ooker State Market reports ai standards in cooperationwith
dy" by George Patten, Mara Ann Stetson into the rear of a boat and trailer rery light volume of I'!
University, Deland: any future election called for theprrpose Lamaree received minor cuts and area of U S. 301's intersection I peas pepper a campaign announced in
Payne and Ray Maxwell. George Patten. pulled by a 1957 Ford Station of selling the municipal bruises when the rim flew from wth Pratt Street. Water has white corn and butter beans|Look magazine. Minor safety flaws

Members of the graduating class University of Miami: Joan Wagon driven by Mary Virginia Jizht: and waiter; plant, or the pro- the tire. The rim apparently was washed up into service stations since June 1. He said the cloudy;,'will be corrected in the inspection
were introduced by BHS Principal Campanella. Zipperer of Gainesville. The ac- pored new gas distribution system. not clamped tightly to the tire and has threatened several homesin weather during the past; few days lane. but major defects will be the

B. W. Payne. who described the Wesleyan College Macon Ga.: ci' ent happened when the station Under the old law, any qualified and the increasing pressure caus- this area during recent two had been helpful and that a '!responsibility of the owner. who

activities of each during his or! Mara Ann Pavne. wagon slowed down to let : voter had the right to vote in such ed it to fly off. and three inch rains. iiht volume of vegetables might'' nay take his car to any garage of
her high school Roanoke College Salem Va.: car turn off in front of the "B continue moving through this Ills choice.
career. Superintendent -
I an election. Both men were taken to Brad- Starke bore the brunt of last
H. P. Morgan pronouncedthe Shi Ann Smith. & G" Truck Stop. New County Bills ford County Hospital for observation I week's rainfall getting 3.92 inches month. 'I The public is urged by the Jay-

class as graduated and an- Two other members of the New legislation requested by.theccnty but neither was hospitali- i during the June 1-8 period. Nettles said the rain guage: at "E'e.f; to cooperate with this important -

nounced that diplomas, due to iraduatinz class will enroll in Work Started and passed at the '59 ses-ized.j I Santa Fe Fire Tower reported 3 the Brooker market showed 14rs'inhes program.
crowded quarters in the church, Forest Ranger School at Lake I' I of rain during the last 10 I

would be distributed at the high City+ : John Allen Shadd, and Roland On New BHS dtys of May. and about 5 inches|
school building immediately after ) Stern. Geological Water SI Under dining the first week of June. "J Swim Program
j udy Waycounties
the service. Five graduates are !scheduled'; for : : The first load of watermelons' -

The invocation was brought at fix months active duty in therrned Science Facility j :mov<4! from the Brooker area j,Enrolls 500

the opening of the program by forces in connection with Drilling of a test well by the and six to eight wells, Wednesday and brought a satisfactory I

Rev. Lacy Conway, pastor of Air- rhr National Guard. They are: Construction started this week l'' I?. S. Geological Survey was started two cr three in Bradford county. price of from 3 to 4 cents I! More than 500 white students
a pound. The heavy rains have!!
'I class-
I of several
park Baptist Church.Arrangements cn conversion e Tuesday on the Brownlee Road will be drilled. He explained the I are registered fcr swimming lesions -
caused a lot of rotten-end melons J
of red and white rocms in "B" building at Bradford right of way opposite the Bill purpose of the survey is to map under the school summerprogram.
carnations, the class colors were and Travis Alvarez. Their first High School into an expanded Haas property.Joe the underground water-bearing hrwever. Nettles said. I!I I it was reported by J.
used! In decorating the church for three months of basic training I I science department at an estimated Cagle of the U. S. Geological formations determine direction Tobacco damage varies greatly,!''; C. Hobbs. director of the swfen-,
wll: be taken at Ft. according to location the Brooker -
Jackson. S. cost of $25.000. Carpenters -
this occasion. Dept. who is in charge of the How, quantity, quality and temp- lining program.
C. and the last three months at :: are now tearing out walls of manager said. Some has been
After the graduation exercises, work said the well is part of a erature of underground water, Mr. Hobbs explained that 243
Aberdeen Proving Grounds. Md. the rooms to be converted.The completely drowned some came
members of the class and their arvey which will include Brad- aid soil properties.It i students with little swimming ex-
Tomlinson and Chilson left ether project underway through undamaged. and other
dates enjoyed swimming bowling major ford Clay, Union. and AlachuaJoe will take about two weeks to pvrience were selected for the
Monday for Ft. Jackson. and the I Ii ?t BHS. a school auditorium. lowers! suffered a loss of from
to Mr.
and dancing at Strickland'sLanding drill each well, according first! classes which started June
(i others will leave June 21. :is well under way, with steel f ramnz :!5 to 50 per cent.
on Kingsley Lake. A Cagle, because soil samples are 8. The selection was necessary;
fried chicken supper was servedat erected after some delay in taken every five feet and water he said. because the 10 instructorscan

1:30: a. m., with Mrs. JamesC. Methodist Church obtaining material. pressures are taken when the well Adult Tennis handle only that number.,.

Hobbs and Mrs. J. H. Dennis : Concerning other phases of the reaches artesian'water. He estima- with 20 pupils each as the desir-
in charge of arrangements. Gets New PastorThe county's $605,000 construction ted that the- wells would go to a Class To Start i able maximum.

program School SuperintendentH. depth of approximately 300 feet Those students temporarily d!-
First Methodist Church P. Morgan reported that:
a penetration of the Ocala lime- (ferred and new students will re-
Monday NightBecause
minister in the
will have a new Four classrooms and a cafeteria
JAYCEE -z is. stone layer. i 22.
for instruction June
port !
when its meets Sunday.
pulpit are being built at Lawtey Jr. High.
SPONSOREDAUTO The new minister is Rev. H. O. and are about 50 per cent com- This survey is scheduled to be many adults have ex- L. H. Gibson. Summer Program,
in -1961, Mr. Cagle said
completed Coordinator laid that the primary -
Boyette formerly pastor of the plete. nressed an interest in playing tennis -
SAFETY First Methodist Church In Havana. The South Side Elementary but an Interim report will be Recreation Director Bob Ben-. purpose of the swimming:
ready this year. which'Aill is to teach children to
Fla. He will replace-Rer.- school in Starke is about 60 percent ;ner has scheduled classes program
CHECK The completed report, he explained -
ild Kokomoor who has been pas- complete. Morgan estimated.He begin .Monday. June 15 at | take care of themselves in- the.
should be useful to industry -
tor of the Methodist church here 3 j luster: rather than a purely rec-
also stated that a nt'w'Ubraryflf P-m.
Saturday June 14 : in the area because quality -
Icr the past three years and is the old Starke Elementary o Tennis courts at the Pratt street t 1 1tfayground reaticnal program. .'r
chemical properties) as wellas I
U. S. 301
,! being transferred to Apopka. School is substantially complete. quantity and temperature of : will be used and Mr.!'

SCHOOL ZONE Rev. Botette served in Fort Myer I A new cafeteria for:..Anderson i underground water is importantin 3enner said adults may come to City Police Hear ,

9:30 A.M. 5 P.M.: :; from 1950.52: in Okeechobeefrom ,l-. High in Lawtey is about 80 percent many manufacturing processes.It play or for instruction. -
Prison Wardens
1952-54 end in Havana from
complete and three new
is also hoped. Mr. Cagle said
Bring your car for this 1954 through 1957. He is mar- classrooms in 'RJE School in that the map of the undergroundwater Midget League At Dinner Meeting '
.rigid and has four children three '
FREE Safety Inspection. Starke are complete except for a win help in understanding
Schedule Is Set
Cooperate with this Na- sons anda daughter. ffnal inspection ,: ; the rise and fall of acme of the I I I Assistant Warden of the State i
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tional Program. Wayne Edwards Superintendent Morgan stated 4. lakes in the Keystone Heightsarea. Schedule of Midget League Prison! L. J. Swann. spoke CiR \

that he expected all buildings under Baseball for week of June 15-19: >arch warrant procedure last

This Space Contributed With Air Line construction to be ready for ise Johnson of Lawtey, BenjaminThe Mon. June 15-Starke Builders -';:Monday night at a dinner held by

use by the next school term. project is in cooperationwith Supply vs. Johns Oil Co. I I|the Starke Police in the Garden

Weekly to Publicize Wayne D. Edwards, son of Mr. the Florida Geological Sur- Wed June 17-Fla. Pest Control -;: Restaurant.
and Mrs. C. D. Edwards of Starke I Warden DeWitt Sinclair also
Community Events by Elks Flag ServiceThe ey.Miller vs. Comm. State Bank. I
\\8's recently assigned to the position Well Drillers of Gainesville Thurs., June 18-Comm. State(poke on general problems of the

THE of transportation agent for BPO Elks. will bold their with employees Charles Mil- Bank vs. Starke Builders'Supply.j risen. -

COMMUNITY National Airlines. He is stationed annual Flag Service on Sunday, Cagle of the t". S. Geological Survey tags soil samples ler and Billy Joiner, are doing Fri, June 19-Fla. Pest Con- Other guests included City Clerk
STATE BANK in Washington D. C. taken from a test well being drilled on Brownie Road. In the the drilling. Carl Johns and personnel from his
Mr. Edwards had completed June 14. at 3 :pjn. ..in.clUb. trol vs. JohnS Oil Co.
The next well to be drilled in
background is Charles Miller (left) and Billy Joiner employeesof office.
OF STARKE Weaver Airline Personnel School's room. All Elks .and their wives the county will be near Graham Last minute schedule changeswill
Miller Well Drilling( Co. of Gainesville.,. Miller was a member Lacy Conway> pastor of the
extension course and was attending are urged to attend, and the public ; and another will be located on be announced over WRGR at
(Member F.D.I.C.) ; resident school when selected of party drilling well near Keystone Heights recently when Airpark Baptist Church, offered
is invtl e- SR 100 between Starke and Keystone .- 1235p. ni..
.for the position. cave.in claimed the life of Cimaron Duoa.assistant. Heights' - ,grace..ISAARY __ .


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v editorial Farmers DiaryBy of 11,000 the war.square Its miles: mission of Munich is to cover and" Award ProgramIn Clean... Bradford County Tele-

Garmiscfi lliiiiiry Posts. and it County 5chooISJonesLangfordWhite
Sam McGaryeJNgcq \ plays a major role) IB the routine
0-M.*. Hail The Strartef l "t SERVICE MEN policing Qt Southern Bayarla. On Post 56of WATCH THIS SPACE

you talk about, something i cft-dtJtJ time, the main project of Starke recently) completed its EACH WEEK
.: The strawberry is still Bradford Count '.s best Lcbd to eat. that was it! "I ei the battalion has been the supportof annual program of awarding

bet agriculturally speaking, that isl: a' e f heard.buries came"",' from Brocker. we c an Qrphanage In Munich.. American Legion School Medals
ai commencement exercises of
Ittook the wettest season on record to proveit Acting Staff Sgt Robert L. each school in the eo mty.

but now it seems generally agreed that Brad- I Did you ever hear cf wild hydrangeas -, Brawn Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. R. These awards are made to the ...

fprd growers can't go wrong in turning their at- herein Florida:! ? We got L. Brown of Hampton, is serving boy and girl m each &ndJaing.cJass :

tention' back to the strawberry whose natural II I some cuttings that came from out \rith the Third Marine Division, who best exemplify the 229 Tempt Avt.
'.. discovered in the western part of the state, v hich recently took part in a large qualities of character, honor
affinity for this area was by our end we hope to get them growing a amphibious exercise in Korea. The :scholarship: leadership, and serv

grandfathers' almost. eighty years ago.. Got to talking to Truby Wainwright here. The blooms are larger than -r' + division has returned to its home ice. The selections are made by '. Stereo Album
: -f-: ,. '. '"
i.- this week about berry "
any we've ever seen of an elong- / base on Okinawa. the faculties of the various Hi.Fl Albums
four feet of. rain falling the county w
With over teasons of and he recalled aced o.A' .
years ago shape. and the clusters *
open Pvt. Van H. Preseott., son of Mr. schools. Stereos Phones
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since January 1, this is generally acknowledged that the biggest day on the gradually from the base out to. > and Mrs. Herbert Prescott of
; to 'be the''wettest :season' within the 'ofanyone'sti11' straWjerry market here was' the the tip. a" .,Ii:, 'I, '>"...Ww-: , memory t
''- took the 101st
.':: ... :- *J: State part with Post Commander Harry V.
: by :
tim that 32 freight" cars'"wererloaded : )
: aroundm'tp tell the tale. All truckcrops'Have Idt.'<;"<' < "''f ,, } Airborne Pir. in a mock parachute
Rabk and Past Post
<: in Lawtey. "That 'was jj, 'f; !,W}' IT1!
some have We're "
:5ufferectterrifically' building assault Pittsburgh Pa.
a garden on a '\1" '" ... on Andrews as follows:
: : back in the days when we'really little of >\ ) {;: .tt. 1r'Uf .... last OW W HOURt
but.. reliable" piece land month. Prescott regularly
1 But.the "old ,
across our
been Completely wiped ; Z !" :K .
\ School Ray
raised berries' 'around here, he ... :''' ....,c:' ,. ., Bradford High
"Hatchee" [Indian name for "". ""'f' assigned as a rifleman. in. Co. A of SBRVIG&"TOPS
elements and "a a .J"a "
strawberry) fied.Ithe' yielded # { ,".
: .
raid ) ''t< i :; ...-,. Maxwell and Ann Elder: Lawtey
:itieam] which may be far-fetched -....... .'V !a.t the division's 327th Inf. at Fort
n e profit.lolts"growe 's 'in spite'of, the fact that 4 "? t! '<"';. ') --'fA.; Junior High. William Patrick and
but it sounds a lot better than \ < : ,.. ,- """ Campbell. Ky. His wife Fredia.
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: the first heavy""crop on 't plants as 'ruined byearl. At that time the growers were : .) A".t. Afcbie Harley: Starke Elementary
"ditch. In A
.. it we hope to raise lives in NashviUe, Tenn.
,I'. a- .Ik S -Ii- "' using Klondike plants Mr. Wainwright Mickey Dansby and Milbry Walters -
all the plants we can buy, borrow : Airman Robert V. Carpenter -
tJ, ; said. He recalled that .f ; Hampton Junior High Hen-
strawberries stand lot of or steal. .... sop of rs.Y. G. Carpenter Thomas O. Rove, boatswain'smate Brenda Lott 1. Battle of New Orleans
It seems that can a earlier varieties were the Noonan, ry Dryden and ;
has completed .
)u Keystone Heights 3rd cfcs.: % USN. son of Mrs.Mary
: the weather and still Lady Thompson and Clouds. Brooker Junior High Arnold 2. Personality
punishment from come
We got the idea from Ori-\ basic Air Force training at Lack- owe tilt Starke, is serving
throagVvtitX' '&'nlce profit 'for' the Yearin Some of the early varieties were an Polk and Anetta Mott. 8. Endlessly
'grower. Texas.A
ental garden we visited in San !lapd AFB, San Antonio aboard, the attack cargo, ship USS
andyear out; no cash crop has been so depend- not self-polinatmg and needed Trancisco and it is our conviction graduate of' Melrose High Ttilare. and took; goJt, in a recent Gov. Leroy Collins nad previously 4. Kansas City
: other plantings the same field. School I, Airman Carpenter has rmpfaibjous ipT'ffipg the beaChes proclaimed the weeks of 5. Goodbye Jimmy, Goodbye
able'and'tmPtQved'm'thods of" growing'are'trtakhig 1 .- .- .- that if it can be done in 09 -
: ,'it;possible >'- farmers' to further: increase had 10 of California, it can de done betterin been selected to attend the technical of. Camp.,eBdleton, Ca.1it-Con- May 22 through June 6 as School 8. Quiet \VUtog
One year Truby acres Medal Awards Weeks. .
their yields' and consequent'-profit\ For instance,'' berries over at the old homestead Florida. AnYhow, we're goingto school for, Morse Intercept veatioaal ano\ simulated atomic 7. KiNfcie, Lend M.-Yoae
try and the Operators at Keesler AFB, Miss. capons were used in carrying out
spot we've selectedis
: the comparatively] Inexpensive process of ''oil in Heilbronn section and the. FIRST BAPTIST CHTJRCH- CombS
assault exercises.
: fumigation is' said.by. soinV growers' increase that year they burned off some of myrtle ideal because bushes it where is in a grove of Carl Green son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smith, pastor. Ralpn A1- Teenager* Lov- -.

: their 1eld! from .'to 40: per ceiltAnd'the'cost' the planting because of the rail- used to bed dcwn, and our the cows soil Perry M. Green- of Raiford recently B..: .. :_-- Permits Copeland Minister of Music and 9.'. rm, Ready

l 'n.eghl le: Ie! than $2, _per'acte' :.li 'J' road embargo.S's is rich. completed individual artil- .' church organist. 10. Melancholy Baby
,.. .. .,. Services: Sunday School 9:45a.
d-7" t' Ir t r lery training with the 2nd Infantry Permits! awttwrizing the construction -
Al'hough only around 175 acres or berries werep'kgd'i And speaking of berries agrower Division at Fort Benning, Ga. and repair of; buildings m. Morning'Worship. 11 a, m. QP.:EN' 9-5:30 EX \VED: .

: '' >trtse'count) 1.t is"year; 'growers(grossed: over in Gilchrist County fleas During[now our over recent with infestation thank goodness of- He ]is scheduled to leave soon for costing a. totali; of $1Z100.1iavebeen Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening CLOSE 18 NOON

a '"$'lO 0 in spite'ot adverse'weather cones'c laised some there this year for Germany where he will serve with issued.In.. Starke.since June services 8-p. m.
!, Alice had a bright idea.
the first tune and he claims that "Make church worship a family
: iofte, t presentti' nS' are ca Ti d"''>ut; this the berries are "better than those She thought she'd coax Pete in Battery C of the 15th Artillery.Pvt. 1. affair." L I"

: w 1 be :fti&eased' cong rablt next sea... grown in the Starke area." Maybe the house, and then after the A. permit was.issued to Poster -
e61xe';; 08e"'Who': hate ''observedthe''market'4nr&iut '' "so. but we'd have to see them fleas had climbed aboard him, Edwin Mosley son of Mr. Shi Smith. to,Wuld. a, home costing -;'
and Mrs. Earl Mosley of Lawtey, '
: s j'U e !i 'll ''-d anger"of overPr J before we'd agree.. chase him and the fleas out. But left June 5 for his new assignmentat West approximately Madison St. $10,000on COMPLETE TREE' SERWES .
; $* Pete was to smart. He refused togo
I 4\t\ ti&t Withstwtk itl Th e3' Believe tb t'iftJ.i'ieriatffs Fort Gordon Ga. He recently Star Homes also secured a permit ; -
: stE ppedtnpi'to 500 ore 600 11ms t itt The Methodists in Lawtey hada in with aU the fleas. b Work
completed sic training at Fort to add an 8 x 10 ft. porch Pruning Cathy
: k'e. eia}:'&U 'around fine dinner recently and one of'th Jackson,;S. C Removal
c tknet1# increasing"thevolume to a house to be used as a model Bracing Tree
prize dishes' was a blueberrypie But we're about to fool Pete ,
ef berries that home.3t. *. TrtnspbntinjFree :
so more buyers
made by Mrs. Lonnie Futch.CR ood' and proper, and we don't .J,
attracted, : to the local market, with a consequent mind telling about it [he doesn't dnanceman Ronald M. Jackson, aviation or- Inspection and EstimatesSAPP'S
t 3rd class USN son.of Mark'ar '
: increase in competition and higher prices. lead the Telegraph]1. That rascal 1 Episcopal
M ,s. u.berty of La.w-
Wanda Q.
has been driving us by digging Rev. Raymond ,. MrePfrFn
So far the excess rain has not injured runner f plants out from around the tes is serving with Air AntiSubmarine ; TREE SURGEONS
? Squadron 37, aboard the Sunday- Services 9:45 ..nx,
plants, and indications are there will be a' plenti- \ house just as fast as we'put themin. 'Yorkt
lTSS wn. He recently took Church School; 11:00 am. Morn .
ful supply of plants next fall. I| such is the 01 We've tried a lot of schemes, south' PETE Owner-
part an operation in the tog Prayer and Sermon. ,
case, we hope that Bradford growers will take sr. 4 but none has worked so far. But China'Sea. Holy Cosununloo-Fim Bun-. : PHONE WO 4-3965'
advantage of this opportunity and all out to now we're going to make a, big STARKE
go The day, 11:00 a.m.; Third:, Sunday,
bring our county back into its former preeminence >> ceremony about a planting of Pfc. James E. t Jimmy] Hazen, '!:3O.a.m.., P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palalka; Fla.

as a1 strawberry market. Past very rare and exotic plants [at son 'of Mr. and Mrs. Vasco Hazenof Wednesday 7:00 pm, Choir AGENTS '

.. least, that's the way we'll talk Starke has been serving, over- Practice: :; "7:45 poo, Litany and Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9-361T '
r. ''! bout> it]. Then we'll ahead
seas with the 508th Military Police Bible Study Gainesville Fla. Ocala, Fla.

: Let It Stand Governor w" end plant in a place well give to Battalion since Nov., 1958 at Phone, 1651 Lake City, Fla. t<<
Local men did very well in the him; and pretend to be very angry Augsburg, Germany. He will return CHURCH OF CHRIST:
'-. .- -.,? ...' -- first primary 25 years ago with when we catch him in it. It's a to the State in August 1960.. C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister For Expert Tree Surgery'Call Our Agent

: Governor ;Colling has hinted that he will veto Charley E. Johns elected to the dandy idea we think. What wills The '508th has a distinguished Sunday -< Sunday School 10 FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO.

: the biT! passed by tl ''Legislature'appropriatirtg state legislature, and Lex Green e plant? What else but dog History of service in World War a. m. morning,service, 11 a, BL, 224 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO 4-3965

$500,000 to be matched by'other Southern-states returned to Congress. AD local fennel! evening service, 6:30. p. m.

in r. cflices were settled in the first
program> to educate and' inform other sections -
: of thecountry concerning the wisdom and primary and the second primary, Fishing LicensesOn

justice of the segregationist; way of life. Considerable slated for June 26, contained only Sale! June 15 .X.,I' "' .":v s '-,
6 names including that of E. S.
: pressure will undoubtedly] be brought Let's 1st class.
on- Matthews for State Railroad Com- go :
County Judge T. A. Yawn reminds
: the Goveraor- in the
weeks to come by the so- missioner.In .
called liberals} and moderates the Commission fishermen that new licensesgo I
to exercise his powers County race '
: ofl veto; Delegates the 'Florida Methodist three seats were contested. They on sale at his office June 15. on concrete .

: Conference' this week, in fact/urged this 'course were won by L. 1* Conner Dist. Starke Builders Supply and -. ,
.'.' of action Unanimously] opposing the bill. 2; Mallory Thomas Dist. 3; and Alvarez Service Station- will alsoseffl
H V. Saxon Dist. 4. Unopposed licenses.

: In our opinion, however, this is'one of the most v.ere J. M. Rosier, Dist. 1, and R. The new licenses are effective ,

intelligent : 'constructive plans for combating T Osteen, Dist. 5, July 1, and old ones will be honored /1 -

integration that has yet'been devised. It: Three School Board candidateswere until that dat .
is, apparently .
also unopposed: J. C. Pre-
the only that is l left Residents over 65 and under 15
plan to those who vatt, W. C. Manning and S. L. not required to have fishing
sincerely believe that segregation is the best way Clerks.! are '
!. No- license is
:: necessary
.. of life,for all concerned.. Certainly, no'sane, 'sensible With 1,218 qualified voters in either for residents fishing with no

person would go along with those who advocate the county, 916 ballots [about 75 more than three poles. in their

:. and..practice violence :and Intimidation to per cent] were. cast. home'county. "

maintain -segiegation. Bitterness, hate, and open .5 TIle statewide annual license. fee ,
with hail in the '
defiance of laW'hd order'solves :no problem, serv Heavy rains for -resident is $2. -"
Wrecker section, did extensive .,
ink i ;:only to widen the breach and bring discreditto damage to vegetable and tobacco I '; ,

,the:nation. -, crops in the county. Lawtey ." : : -

farmers reported that the corn .. .
... .
What .
legal weapon are left then to those
who .
crop would be light as a result. ., .
are convinced that segregation must be maintained One cf the heaviest downpoursin PAY UPTHOSE t :

in the best interest 'of all raceReZx'1Y:'H.- the history of the county occurred _---"J-
Reedy of )Eusti_ ? proposed1' that Southern'States; early in June of 1934, and .. _._ ----------
as a group, underwrite a gigantic public relations Starke residents who worked at !, _
the State Prison could not get to .
effort through the. tiQD's
n press,.radio, and tele- their jobs over the dirt road. The f R
vision facilities to present the'true facts and reflect Lake Butler road was also washed

without-bias the position.'of the South in regard out'near the railroad tracks so

to its most serious crisis Certainly no Raiford was cut off from that

harm could be done and a.lot. of'good might be direction also. AStDUE:

accomplished by a campaign.to counteract the Five inches of rain was recorded -

integration brainwashing that' has' been inflicted in 12 hours.. .. /y l

on-the country for- two decades or by the ; .
more I
Luce dynasty magazines; Time, 'Life, and The County Commissioners .. 1--:
others of their ilk, as well as were' having money trouble 23 BILLS I S SUffTO CAT J ,
some misguided years J ago also, and called a AT NIGHT YOU SEE LIKE A .., I I
newspapetsf to .
meeting of taxpayers to help them > .
decide! if in defaulted
It is a matter of record that the .
position the
county road< bonds sold during rIve.onh
Negro in the South has steadily advanced.throughthe 1922-26 were; to refunded.. \ w .

-years. It is unfortunately true that the They were "faced with possible H

North 'has generally remained ignorant of"thefriendly court action and inability or 'disinclination PLO modern- concrete "

relations and mutual l respect that exists of the people to pay 1 .tr"fecfing .

in the South between the races, and which-prior additional taxes." ';

tQ..the. iniquitous Supreme Court decision was Fifty per cent' of the taxpayers j
steadily improving. attended the meeting and turned It.tafcee: ] i firfi class road for-; first class rider Light-colored concrete makes it easy and .1

The down.the bonds :with proposal an extra to two refund mill tax.the NS s -t' relaxing,$o drye.: ;at night. You can really see where you're going and you won't find yourself J '<,I', '

South's position is not unreasonable and S. constantly"outdriving your headlights." That's because light-colored concrete '. ,.;
not. unjust, and when analyzed and understood d 1
The Federal Land Bank loaned giveayou fatter visibility,at night than,any dark; surface. -
has changed the thinking and sympathies of farmers in the county $49,500 in / : :'

countless Northerners who have come to live the year ending May 1, 1933. Mostof $ k:3: f On 1 Kghtedjbighwsys! \ .and expressway?, this extra-high: night viability-level saves$> : r.,( ;

among. us and. have.. soon learned the true facts. the money $38,700 was used tax moneyc.onjthe' } ..,.Few .fixtures are needed. More'important; it cuts.the highway.
by farmers to refinance indebtedness. l "
But the South has been lax in making these Some of them had been ,.' t electric.b i\b1uP i ,tp $720 per mile per year.- That's an amount far exceeding

facts known to the rest of, the nation and ,thatis paying more than 10 per cent interest If any}othec.tapk D.f08L .

what was hoped would-be accomplished through and were able to refinance : :,
the Reedy bill. It would simply provide funds at five per cent. tlFalks. Modern concrete.l ves,you otJ: safety and money.saving. toq, A gay 'i. 'i'-I*;. f !
for financing a campaign that would present to The process helped the farmers : surface for dependable skid.resistance.. A smooth,flat ride-you're always in control of your car.... j A I

and also put money in the Fr'ndl moderate Modern concrete will last an expected 50 years and more. :
the retfx>f the Nation the genuine benefits of" hands Initial,cost_ is *yet : '

continued segregation in society, schools,* and S .500.of of the local money creditors.was used Only in t r And----upkeep coete.will stay low (as much as 60%less than for asphalt). j

churches the Southern states. equipment the purchase, and of$1,300 new land went; and for, LO FWM r : l k Put_them: all togetheratd: youTl why.modern concrete is the preferred pavement k

ThdV hy we hopes fnat Governor Collins livestock purchases. I.) for.ne! : lughwaysT-especklly on the.Interstate System. A new' ,...

let ,the bill' stand as it wag passed., : booklet about highways ia well'worth your reading.You'canhay .1{,

Florida Emergency Relief Administration CUNX\ free by j just writing it. t
t' a copy_ ,
workers were busy _, 'I ,. FOR'HIGHWAYS. ,WITH A SOUQ fU.1VR"
repairing roads damaged by the 116 N. Walnut Street
'. heavy trains, and were also] "fin- 1 '
((2 Doors From
Post Office
.ttr.m- iJimg tip"- the Lawtey city hallearly ) "" PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 1J

.J CLORIDA'S OLDEST! WECKIY XEWS- in( June.1934.. Mrs. Marguerite. ..... .. ,_Hall_ .. MgrPHONES : :: f:': 1f' 1612 EAST COLONIAL, DRIVE OILANDO... FLORIDA 4 ...,
ptpEq/FrBLi'HED: coJfrisocsLYVXPCK '
Brcoker news told of the fire 'I
-t' r : TSE'ftAUK KAlnEAD."If that destroyed the old Morgan WO 4-0101 and WO 4-011* i A national organization, to improve.tad txtead flit UKM.of concrete ? ,. 0 I
.,d h.r.:... E..1't4 s4 ....... CI.isTlattes& > I ,
:....-k+'}i Ptl1e!at Str e. Fbt- seder Act .( Mar. 3. 197! *. storehouse, and Colson's store in' I.jj 4l
a midnight blaze on June 1. 193"_ I. _


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SCS Election 1: Softball League Green PredictsU. Plea Day Nets Lions Install Summer Activities l Music Lessons 1:have rnce. had previous band expen-

Games Rained Out S. DictatorshipIf Firth As PresidentAt Announced By I Are ScheduledIn I Parents who plan to start their
Set For In Bonds
JulyPolling Garden Restaurant, still at the Trend Continues $1,665 Ladies Night City Rec Director Summer ProgramBand children in band are urged to
contact :Mr. Mathews to arrange
places for the supervisor top of the softball league, defeater Plea Day was held in County
Proclaiming that the U. S. could installed Afternoon and Mathews for individual instruction during
Bo Firth was as new evening recrea- Director Elden
election coming July 14 were 27 and 91 cases
up second-place Keystone Heights Court on May :
designated at a meeting of the 5-2 Tuesday June 9. easily fall into the hands of a were disposed of in !Short order. president of the Starke Lions tional activities of the summer will give instrumental music les- the summer. Students must be
dictator unless the trend toward Club installation ceremonies will include scheduled to enter the fifth grade
Board of Supervisors for the Brad- I at program tumbling '
Waldo defeated Company C 20- Sixty-two persons did not show -ens at -BHS music building daily Older
bureaucratic is checked Lions Den lessons from 3 to 5:30 rest fall to be eligible.
in the
: m. on
government held.
ford Soil Conservation District 13 in the only other game played. I i'p to answer to charges filed against p. i| from 11:15 to neon except Wednesday -| enter time
students any
former Congressman Lex night. June 4. Installing officer Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays may
held recently at the home of L. i '
Others were rained out. them, and forfeited a total as part of the summer'j said.
Green spoke at the Rotary Club was.'Bob! Hucker of Jacksonville, and tennis lessons from 3:30 Mr. Mathews
J: Green. Schedule of games for the remainder I of $1.665 in bonds. Most o!.these : program. The late morning periodis
luncheon meeting Wed., June 3. 'a' 'director of Lions International.Other to 5:30 m. on Mondays and
The polling places will be: Oscar of the week is: June 12 charges were for traffic violations; p. reserved for students who live ttRAHAMBAPTIST
Carter's Store, west of Law- -Garden Restaurant vs. Maintenance The speaker said that most of and bonds ranged from $20 to r new officers installed Thursdays. outside Starke. Afternoon lessons CHURCH
tey; J. L.. Waters Store, Lawtey; Shop; Keystone vs. Co. C. what he termed "so-called prog $150. I:were: J. P. Witt, 1st vice president Softball for girls will be supervised rill be from 1 to 3 p. m. daily except Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng -
ress" is made by promoters who I ; Lonnie Harley, 2nd vice by Coach David Hurse from
Agricultural Building. Starke; June 14-Development Commis- Twenty-three other persons en- Wednesday.An Worship, 11 a. m. Training
and Colson's Store, Brooker. sion vs. Waldo; Maintenance Shopvs. spend other people's money. He tered pleas of guilty and were president; Noland Woodburn, 3rd 4 to 6 p. m. on Tuesdays. evening practice period for Union, 6:30 p. m. Diverting Wor

Two places on the board will be Co. C. said that, in his opinion the sentenced to serve time in jail or vice president; A. C. Roulston Junior baseball will be directedby Senior Band is slated for Tuesday I I.ship, 7:30: p. m. Rev. BUlj Bryant -
tail twister and Maxie CarterJr.
will be ruined unless "we ;
voted on at this time. S. J. Mc- I June 16-Co. C. vs. Development country pay fines. Fines totaled $735: and Coach Lennard Register from evenings at 3, for students who pastor.
Lion tamer. New directorsare
Garvey will offer for re-election Commission. start saying no to all these demands ran from one dollar, plus $ll>>U 4:45 to 7 p. m. on Mondays Wednesdays
for tax money that are : W. T. Jackson, Joseph Warren .
us a member, and L. U. Morgan court costs, to $75. Thursdays and Fridays.A .
a survey and recommendations.It made in the name of progress. John Torode, and Hugh In-
Jr. will be a candidate for the Two persons charged with pass-, midget baseball program tinder -
was reported that continued At the conclusion of his speech.Mr. .I gram. Playground Director John'
place being vacated by Lloyd ing worthless checks were sentenced Now Open
rains have slowed down pasture Green called on T. H. Slade Wives of members attended the Manning is scheduled from 4:45
Green who will not seek re-elec I I to make restitution on the
work and i it was suggested oat 1 who said the country is headed dinner that preceded installation to 6:45: each weekday except Tues-
clicks and court costs and
tion.At with the excess water and the season for socialism unless the presenttax pay and games were enjoyed after the day and Saturday.
: the cases were dismissed. RINKAT
the last meeting the board LAKESIDE SKATING
getting late it might pay to structure is revised. He said ceremony. Social recreational activitiesare
also discussed Four suspended sentences were
drainage problemson
rtilize with only nitrogen as that income taxes in the higher slated from 7:30 to 10:30
Sampson Run and other natural soon as the ground dries off. i !brackets are so confiscatory that handed out and the cases were Negro Fumbles m. each Tuesday, Thursday: and p.

drains in Bradford County. The Florida Chapter of Soil they have removed the incentivefor closed. Second Chance Saturday under the direction of LAKESIDE PARK
supervisors are making an inspection Conservation initiative the ;
or America will hold expansion or on City Recreation
of the problems and. if its annual meeting June 19-20 part of many business men. Delegates Attend Given Two Years Benner who is cooperating with Bob
found necessary will ask the Soil at Clearwater. Everyone Interestedin Mr. Green urged that businessmen FFA ConventionAt the school summer program. LAKE BUTLERTUES.
Conservation Service to send a conservation, and especially take a more active part in Ralph Mitchell had a second
drainage engineer here to make supervisors, are urged to attend. rolitics. a4_ Daytona Beach chance but he didn't take advan- LAWTEY CHURCH OP CHRIST
tage of the break. AND FRI. NIGHTS --- 7:30 10:30
(presently meeting in City Hall)
Eight representatives from the :Mitchell was put on a three and..
Sunday-Bible study, 10 L m., SATURDAY AFTERNOONS -- 2:30.5:30
two local FFA Chapters are attending a half year probation period alter worship, 11 a m.EveningYoung.
the annual State conven- his May 1957 conviction for aggravated people's Bible SATURDAY NIGHT-7:00 To 10:00-10:00: To 12:00
tion at Daytona Beach this week. assault on his wife. Last!I study, 7; preaching! 7:80.
"GUARANTEED" One member of the Starke Chap- week Circuit Court. Judge John Wednesday-Bible study 7:30 BOUT SKATES 73c
ter. D. Ritch Green, is a candi- A. H. Murphree revoked Mitchell's p. m. -
I date for 5th vice president Dist. probation and sentenced the Negro -II Radio Program- Station FLATS 50c -"ti'il! '

S 3. in the election to be held to- to two years at lard labor WRGR. M';: 1dav. 6:30 a. m.

day.Both in the state prison. I Special Prices For All Parties
. local chapters will receive Judge Murphree handed out the I have vechicle under control causing -
The Highest Rate of Interest Any Insured Bank superior chapter rating and the sentence after finding Aiitcnell. an :accident, plea guilty probation -
Starke Chapter will be awardeda guilty of violating two conditionsof for 30 days.

?, best in the district. Terrell his probation.
III Can Offer You Green Billy Dampier, and D. One of the conditions \was that J
Ritch Green will receive the State Mitchell make monthly paymentsfor
Farmer Degree. medical care his wife required
t'I Other FFA members attendingthe after he assaulted her.
convention are Wayne Par-
Whyacceptless- rish, Henry Harrell. Percy Moody, MAYOR'S.COURT
% Elbert Hersey, and Allen Crews.

They were accompanied by Chap- The following cases were han- a.
ter Advisors Paul HutchIns, and dled in Mayor's Court Monday
than the
r. Curtis Marlowe.Confiscated. morning. All -- Must Sell Regardless of Cost!

, Chester M. Thompson, runningred
I.t We invite you to use all the modern facilities our bank Cars light $12.50 bond forfeited.

) offers you. Being a member of the Federal Reserve And EquipmentSold ning William red light Robert$12.50 Cauble bond forfeit-, run- Girls' and Ladies Sleeveless JAMAICA

System means we pay your checks at par, no exchangeis By CountySale ed.Edward 'P
deducted. Just of the Reno Dobson, failure to
one many conveniences we BLOUSES
of two automobiles and have vehicle und/ control, caus- e SHORTS and BLOUSES
offer when you pay your bills by check on our bank. equipment confiscated because of ing an accident, plea guilty pro-

Let us help you make this your bank, you will enjoy illegal use in manufacture or bation for 30 days. 1 Finest Quality, Washable -
doing business with us. transportation of untaxed whiskeywas I Dan Austin,;disorderly conduct (Cotton in a Variety MATCH MATES
conducted by County Clerk by fighting $27.50 bond forfeited. of Styles

Charles Darby at the county jail Melvin Nettles public intoxication Sizes 7 to 14, 32 to 38 Sizes 10 to 18 Regular $2.98 Set
on June 1. $27.50 bond forfeited.
High bidder both Edward Cunningham reckless
biles, a 1954 Mercury on and automo-a 1950 driving by excess speed plea 1
Chevrolet was J. E. Hardy. The guilty, $27.50 or 5 days.
o first car went for $450 and the Paul Thaggard disorderly con-
duct, $27.50 bond forfeited.
second !or $35.
An electric water pump was sold Peter Holmes driving without
I to Clyde Terwillegar for $21 and, license probation for 30 days.
-_. high bidder on a gas fueled water; Gary Paul public intoxication, *
i= plea guilty $27.50 or 5 days. Ladies'
pump, at $30 was E. R. Ham-
I mond.J. Mary Lorraine Jordan, public

E. Hardy also purchased 13 intoxication, $27.50 bond forfeit- SHORT SHORTS CAPRI PANTSEasy

gas cylinders for $2 each. ed.Paul
... Charles Hardy bidder, C. Thaggard. public intoxication -
was high Washable Woven Plaids Fine
, At plea guilty, $37.50 or 7 "Jeanie"
Simmons'KOCH By
at $450. for the Truby Slade prop- Quality Sanforized Cotton
.. erty at a Sheriff's sale, also held days. I Sizes 10 to 18 -Our Regular 1 $1.98
.GJIts\L>4< Monday, at the courthouse. The Paul D. Ostrander, failure to Sizes 7 to 14 Regular $1.79
property was an undivided one-
half interest in approximately 7 $1.33

seres, near Hampton, sold to apply -, p 38c
1as. on a Judgment against Slade i

V for the purchase of an automobile -
>Jp \ from Hardy Bros. Mrs. Slade .
owns the other one-half undivided Watch For
our *
interest. GirlsPOWDER 1


# ..r. To Retired CoupleMr. f andPAINT- ANDBLOUSE

and Mr. A. G. Frame' ot SETS

FATHER'S DAY }Maitland who recently purchased Sizes 7 to 14 Regular $2.98 OPENING
t 4y9a ro kr.rp the home of Dr. and Mrs. S. K. Previous Sale Prices $1.88 then $1.63
Marco on Highway 16, betwee] FOR DADON Eagle's FINAL CLEARANCE C ommg Soon
JUNE 21ST Starke and the State Farm, planto
rAW occupy the property sometime JUNE 21 W. CALL ST.
after June 15.Originally Fixin'UpJust SETS $$3.00 Next Door To

:a.T'.f 4 Yep/ Dad is entitled to his day, ., the Frames from have Charleston been operating W.Va. -. TIE SETS $2.50and For You! 2 I i STARKE Priest's, FLA.

a trailer park and service up
too --- and we hove gifts galore station near Sanford for the past

eight years. They purchased the KEY CHAINS $2.00and Misses! '

for the head of the home! 45-acre farm for a home, Mr. up Boy's Better Short SleeveJAMAICA
Frame said, but he plans to raise
Black Angus cattle as a hoUby. Gents'DIAMOND SHORTS SPORT SHIRTS

FINE BILL FOLDS ELECTRIC RAZORS of to Documentary'42300.the; deed The indicate stamps sale was a sale attached hand price RINGS Easy Washable Woven Plaids and Fine "Sedgefield," Tupelo," 'Tom Sawyer"

by Guy Andrews Starke realtor.Dr. From $69.50 Quality Polished Cotton Sizes 6 to 16 Regular $1.98 to $2.98
$$1.00 t 00 Rollectric -- Roson and Mrs. Marco and their GIVE DAD A LASTING Previous Sale Prices 2 for $3.00 then
O. I
Regular $1.79
Schick -- Remington .L children are living at present TH GIFT! Sizes 10 to $1.44

Brooklyn.their summer Later cottage they plan on to Lake rent Final Clearance $ .00
MEN'S BELTS up m Starke until they build another WATCH BANDS 88 c

home. .. _. .
Mr. Frame was in the building From $4.95 up "'. iii;
OLD SPICE SETS FLASH LIGHTS business in West Virginia, tout because n.
Mrs. Frame likes their new BULOVA

SHAVING LOTIONS home "just as it is," they plan Mens Childrens
FISHING TACKLE 1 no immediate changes. Handkerchiefs

TOILETRIES Star Homes Office $49.75 PILLOWS
Faberge For Men BARBECUE TOOLS Will Open HereA White Regular 15c each

Washable Zip-off Covers
Yardley I Standard Make
new home building company Filledlie
4-Piece Set Star Homes will open its office WATCHESOn Kapoc

I cn North Temple Ave. where I $ doz. 25
Special $1.00
j.98 I Fhrida Mobile Homes used to be.t I ,

RONSON LIGHTERS Dave Berrier' the local mana-I As Low As $19.95GEM
V ger, said the office
I. open this weekend U everythinggoes .
1 according to schedule. I' Ladies Womens'Childrens Boys'

PRESCRIPTIONS are our specialty -- Three Registered Phar- Berrier built homes in Palat-
ka before he came to Starke. He
You SAFE You said the company would employtwo PANTIES SHOES PANTS
macists to serve you Day or Night. are -- are salesmen here. t

SURE when you have your prescriptions filled at '. NOTICE First Quality Rayon Ivy and Dress Styles

The' Cart Brown mentioned in JEWELRY Sizes 5, 6, 7 $ Wash 'n' Wear Fabrics
Mayor's Court report last week Values to $4.98
Regular 49c
was not Carl William Brown, local Starke's Leading Jeweler

KOCH DRUG STORE mason. This explanation is madeat 109 E. Call, Ph. WO 4-7271 $$3.00

Brown.the who request reports of Carl some William confu- 3 pr.$1.00 2 pr.

'We Give Boat Coupons I
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Vitii4.Jc4 1J fJy Rehearsal Dinner !Mrs. H. M. HatcherIs '

WedsfiVjpfnsjiiIn : For Green-Joaes i\I Party HonoreeThe

,. Saturday-Rites- ,, L Wedding Party i! Ladles of Camp Blartdm?
entertained at a patio supper
. Mi3s Virzinia? -. ,* :Jean. Darby.,! On Thursday evening. June 4.tt Thursday evening of last \teek at

. daughter of. Mr. -and ,.Mrs.. .Charles. ,- I 8 o'cIocKMr.:. and ilrs. JLex the home of Mrs J. A. Gnttm
.-. Green. were, .hosts. at a rehearsal. Mrs. Hatcher wha
.- --- A Dp; by. f ecame the J:bride ot L I honoring Harry :
Mooty : h : .A : dinner for the Jones-Green. redding will soon move to her new homeon
Silas Randolph Johns 111, son. ot : *
-- -- - -----e ,.. h party at their home. on r<. tarke..
rII ---- --- -- -- L '(Iii E Call street
e Mr and .:\11'$. .. S. R.. Johns Jr., .at _
of iirchidcd
!. ,. ., "' I Walnut. St. The guest: 'list The patio was attractively dec-

Bermuda" Breakfast ,-\n i impressive_{:*<", ***' -ceremony*i at* theBaptit *. ;- 'k k ,out of.town guests and crated for the occasion with pot..
'4 s:4.: Given In Honor Pastonum.j Saturday afjlemoon : 1 It -. friends and relatives of the hon1tned j ted plants and lanterns

June 6. pt 4 .tAJock.; 'Ihe couple. The honoree was presented witha
pr'L Of Saundra Jones I Rev., Lewis, D ,Hines.. .read..... the :: : ; :.L4 Mirrored in the foyer was a beautiful sunburst clock as a

Miss i :aundra: jones, hose m=1.r- I t'nuptial .ypws In ,.tIC. presence ol L' -: r $ huge arrangement of large pink memento of the occasion from the
thc immediate\ JfanrJies.. I hvdranges. and the living room; ,.K) ladies attending.
. tt liage to Lex Green Jr. was an 4:
The rn'e.: JJiven! : In jnarnage : vas decorated! with arrangements I i
I. event of Saturday evening was by he" fWhcr. wotP., a .streetlength of pink roses. carnations and hydrangeas. -

_T' honored? at a lovely I; Bermuda!: dress: .of. white, organzaifashionrd 4 The same blossoms,..Deacons.. EntertainedMr.

C. Breakfast in the Garden Rcstau-I with}? a rpund: neck .and were- also used at vantage' points and Mrs. F. B. Beard and

a rant last Thursday morning* .Peter Pan. collar.; The dress feat- : throughout the home. I|Col. and Mrs. J. A. GrtfJm Were

. June given by Mrs. George v. used a vfjttea; bpdice._witji tjireejoujiter. The .,buffet dinner was served; hosts at a dinner for deacons of

. ; Bishop JII. I : lejigth sleeves I .and a lull k 1 4 <>n Jhe rear terrace: ,of the home; ,; the First Baptist Church and their

... ; The hor'eiTtoe: ; shapra: tiblewasveila'd skirt. She .wore a whitefnger'lip .f: ( from a J hTf cpverefl: with a ,jatge: wives at the home of the I latter
) veil) and .earned an old-fash r-- white ruffled organdy cloth oyeryyik. ,
. : ; a with pink linen tlotns ami .v,.. Tuesday evening of I..strpIi
. held four beautiful, airangrments ioned nosegay of white carnations I : -I : )Silver candelabra. Ilankeflhe ,i! Eighteen guests enjoyed the af.
I' l lovply n of pink,
. cf Spring blossoms in shades of and' steal button chryson- I arrlJg.rn: I fair.
. w and. carnatipns flat center-
roses : -
thmms.t V
. .- sweet pink ice njiue. and white.t 4 ; -i. ;t -
menu f t luss; 'HKlJth'rine. VTaini '(I the taole.; Tall pmk tapers
S Featured on the breaktast ,, &p A / 2; A'A :Crosby
, Herded hir cousin as .<,<. provided a .soft Tighi over the setting. AnniversaryMr.
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1 ere pink! strawberry pancakes.; ... ,
: Marking the honorre's place was a'ir.aiu: of nonor. She wore"a pink iiI J : The 1-iipe q nir.g table had I and Mrs. Oscar t;. Crosby

.. lovely crystal goblet of her chosen| dacron hess: with a high neckjne (, 't: U 2it1'I. ..n each side two circular smaUer.will entertain at a 25th \\";'r1dIng
'. adorned ditti pearls: and her : ..._ tables thit were covered with
. : pattej-n a gift ti-om ihe hostess. i;, ; '.- ... 4. -- :i anniversary ception uniav,
. Among thf 30 guests were those i I flowers were pink carnations. .-. white organdy. On one a huge June 21. at 4 o'clock in the t.arkeWoman's
rirl the Little Club Lamlruni. Barbara Bates. 2nd row (l-r) IVnnj
, genior, ..piember: !. of! Women's silver lazy susan; was used'to
, t from out of town: Mrs. Betty I Tom Smith served the groom as. -* f Vt *t 4 Club. All friends and
Boland of Athens, Ga.. Mrs. Mary.'! best man. 1'I' 1J} e.a. pretty picture, as they ,pose with, corsages !Hollingstvorjh. ... :Shi Ann Smith, Mary ARTIPH Jlatpresentfd rerve the jruests. and the other relatives ol tSe couple are mntelt

: Miss Sandra JohnsTo ann McWiRiams and Miss Monteen!I The bnde's mother chose a blue I II to .them at last week's. tea. 1st row !Iheus. (J.i-.t president, Jean Dugger, and Mara Ann provided the cIRna and silver. to attend.

,. Wed Mr. Durkee Matzat of Jackson* e, Miss Brenda -' print .nylon-jersey dress for 'the .(l-r) ..Patriciajllumphries: Martha .Paj ton, Frances; Payne. Tables were piacert in the living
Hickenbottem. and XIss with room, sunroomr dining room and
: JShir- wedding which she wore a
: On August 1 15 leyVr'e of Callahan, and'Mrs. corsage of white carnations.The Senior GirlsHonored LittleVfomen's Club poirh to seat the guests. These I
. Emma Jean Crudup of Gainesville, ( : tables were bfmtlflllnth miniature -
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns an- groom's mother was attiredin
Ga. pink rose trees made of pink
. nounce, the engagement and approaching -I a )beige linen. ,diF complemented i -I The Clarke .om.an's Club was; and gladioli. Completing the ar1wement Little Women's Club and her officers satin ribbon and tulle \\7ilch served J..A8

marriage of their with. a corsage? of.,white .carna- the: se.tt.ing for a }Ijvely tea. held I : \\:ere four iow silver Anne Matthews. LiriCa Kay as favors and were placed at, k*. '

. daughter Sandra Joyce, to Charles -Junior j Choir tion!. Wednesday afternoon,, ot last week ,<[;ajidle hol' ers with burning pink Sale Sara Os>borne Brenda Lewis. each place settmp.: 'spaced along\ L

: 'J Raymond Durkee HI, son ot Has Swim After the. ceremony, .)lr. and given"1bV the LiUlft' W. mell's .Curb,tapers.; silver: trays and compotes Betty Jean Schmidt, and Har- each sable were 'miniature: shell j
,I Capt. and Mrs. Albert Perreault Party Mrs. Darby entertained at their Ignoring the :Bradford. High |ie3d daintj' sandwiches' mints andcake liet Powell. Also greeting the pink wedding cakes decorated Fri., Sat. June 12, 13

of West Palm, Beach. I Members of the Methodist Junior home with a reception for/.th? School 0 senior o girls' an'd the members squares frosted: in pink. pvests were Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand with pink roses and lily of the I The Sheriff of

; The. wedding will be an event I Cnurch enjoyed a picnic luncheon bridal: party and members; ; of tjiefamilies. : "l pi the sefiior }Wornan's.! Club. Guests were greeted: at the door Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, senior \311t')', and on the top tier were I

: of'August 15' in the First Methodist -I and swim party at Key-: The living' room: and Arrangements of blue .liydran-: by Mrs. H. U. Peyton president club sponsors. pink satin roses. and tulle matching .- I Fractured l Jaw

3 Church Starke. I stone Beach on Lake Geneva. den were decorated. :with Spring gea were used to decorate porntsof of the senior, club, Miss Delia During the tea the senior girls the pink -rose trees. From KenethMorr. JajTie :Mansfield:
a ; J!l The'fireplace banked club .Eosejiberg. Little Women's Club with ot
. ,iMiss Johns and Mr. Uurkee are Wednesday. They ..'were accompanied owers.* was interest' throughout the were presented nosegays each miniature wedding cake entwined -,
: .tyjth seniors at the University ot I by Mike and Kay Go'd.wire. wan greeiarj$>$ Jhe mjmtie I r-ouse for the occasion. The tea i Sponsor, and -Miss .Mary Agnesratthews. blue Spring flowers by Miss. Kath- pink satin ribbons ending The Amazing

. Klorida.:; : where she is a member I Miss Mary katherine Wain-1 held a miniatu bride and groom. !table in fiij> s.unroom; was overlaid past president of the leen Conway. in a pink rose bud. The guests I

: of Zeta. Tau A'pha' sorority and wright ;Miss tai tha p yton. \l'ss -On -either-! side-' were.-' small "arrangement ; th.an jmporled? 9utwork, Little Women. Sta'nding in the Presiding at the punch bowl and pulled the ribbons from the cakes Colossal Man

he is a member of the -Kappa Sigma H H. Adams, .Mrs. G* S. Mewi of white gladioli 'and cloth and centered with an arrangement receiving line were Misses Kathleen passing refreshments were mem- asthey were cut and received a Glenn Langan CathOfJ1t.*

. -fraternity.. comb, and Mrs. Carl L. Johns.y H.. gardenias. The' bndeViable .'''yas : of pink and .blue asters I II I Conway, president of the' bers of the Little Women's CluO.I silver fortune piece a ring Plus Color Cartoon, for Childrea

, overlaid with an imported linen I fcatchelor button good luck elephant < \

S 4 -S-0,S,,C.Ca jS ." cutwork a Jiered wtddtng clofh aqd cake cft1.eredttI topped vntnj Luncheon.. ro-CT.+t GivenFTTT v r Lex Green Jr. Host I Calypso Party The, honored or a wishbone.couple, with theIr SUN, 3LON.. TTES.

.. wedding"" bells"and #ly of. tile val- oaundra. Jones At Bachelor\ PartyLex ''At Teen Time parents and grandparents. and June 14, 15.; 16 ]
ley. Completmg" JJie"arrapge- nearest :wedding attendants were Fort MassacreJoel
ments were silver candeljjfora l holding \9d Attendants Green Jr. was host at a Saturday NightTeen
seated in the dining room which
. lighted white -tapers. Pljedat Mrs. Roy 1... Wingate Sr. ol bachelor supper Wednesday evening Time will sponsor a Calypso had the same decorations as ,the McCrea Forrest Tucker

. / point of interest',in" the dining : ,Jacksonville and Mrs. David i*. June 3, at the Greens Kings- party Saturday night at the smaller t bl sbut, / much larger The, Naked Maja

. 7S room: were .ajcrapgements of Mitchell i of Callahan .entertained Lake home. USO at 7:30. with BHS I
summer beginning in
ley, proportion. A\a Gardner Anthony FranciosaPln
r white gladioli and eafflenip.Mrs. i i :
-r; \ at t lupcheon Thursday complimenting .- The 30 guests .included his wed- Off Beats furnishing the music.A .
C. ot"paipes I < Color Cartoon For Children
4' peW 1f Jjpnes their, niece Miss : will be to the
: # ville. aunt jof her J pjle...cut the an-I ding attendants, close friends, and prize House Party I
Jones bride of June 6,
. / dra girl dressed in the most original 'r d., Thur. June 17, 18
wedding : and' assisted in relatives. The group enjoyed an
caJjce wag; For LittleVomen
.. \ her bridesmaids.,. The party setting outfit. Judging will be at 9:30.
: serving by l iss Ehse'.Xjpes.? 're.. was .the home of Mrs. EK.. outdoor steak fry supper, swim- Members will be admitted with Unwed Mother
.. siding at the punch\ow4 was Airs. Twenty members of the LlUleWomen'S
.. Moe.nch.) : on Brownlee. street. .jning: and beating during the eve- dates at the legular fee. Non- Norma :Moore 1
J. R. WainwTighi. Mrs. TIm Club enjoyed a house
1 I The dining table was centered ning. members will pay 50 cents.
. Warren, Missesfietty Lou Wain-' With an arrangement of pink and party: at Daytona Beach on Monday The Hot AngelJackie
I IS wright, Phyllis and Lee"Darby"as- and Tuesday. They were accompanied -
white. summer flowers.. ... flanked. by Longh Kdward: Kcmmer
xi ..,I s>si & in ssJWfST'Ff: : \ 3tSy? Dan-, silver Ethel Biggs Circle by Mrs.[ W. C. Powell, rj: :.
: I lighted ,pink tapers In can-
Plus Cartoon
; Color
. /' :... kel ,kept the bnde'g (book. delabra.; Bridal place cards Met Tuesday Mrs.Gardner Nina and Andrews.Mrs. Hollis Mrs.Knight.Mural I
The bfule IS a of,
- graduate marked! the places of the guests
._, ..- i Bradford High class of '58, The Ethel Circle of First ---
,'.i ': School Biggs
.,.. 't Jtt/; i'.t tables holding! miniature ar I.
, '\ ."" ,:;; .* .L .'if' L. and is employed. in the office, of rangements of sweetheart roses Baptist Church met Tuesday nightat

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... ,0' ..'< ..4.;;;:.. The bridegroom is also a graduate was a of silver -' with Mrs. Harry H. Houston co- .fi'i
.. .". / .... 'of Lbrides: ,place piece! ,- .c_(
.. i : I ...it'; 1l:i Bradford High School, a gift from her hostesses.! hestesj /
. ,I'.t. t .-...: '1, '>. class of '59, and'.13 employed with :Miss Jones presented gifts of remembrance Mr. and Mrs. Alan Land of i I In the absence ot Circle Chair- for Dad'sBELL .. ( )

2\ { .V I *"'" ..#' \ the Clay Electric Cooperative. at to each of her at-I Hattiesburg, Miss. announce the man Mrs. Geo. A. Anderson. co. : ItVqcptiDn

. : t Keystope. Heights. I tendants. birth .of a,daughter, Gwen Helen,I"chairman, presided. Alter a short- :

'l ( v GREAT GIFTS .After spending some time withthefr .ion: May 26. Mrs. Land is the business meeting ,Mrs. Jeff .1
\t{ 4 Among the 21 guests invited
0 guests the couple lift. for; a I former Frances Barry of. Starke Hopkins brought a very interesting -r:
'of.. FOR A GUY! : were Mrs. Jones. mother of the
t GREAT .. short-wedding trip. They. are :snd. Brooker.. I program assisted: by Mrs:
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bride and Mrs .Green mother ot
,1.if Earl Miles, Mrs. W. B. }lund and
t'" now residing at 220 E. Washington Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Johnsof I }
;' -,. ..,.,, .making' !winning! ; street, Slajke. .. the. groom. Apollo Beach announce the l Mrs. Geo. A. Anderson. & HOWELL

.h .\ 9ifts for Father's Day. Come.: _. ,;J1 Out of town guests were Mr. The hostesses. were. assisted .by. birth! a son Robert Edmund,I A delightful social hour was enjoyed -

I ., 11 \ee our all-star. line-up of the /" ...... .and Mrs. JeWitt jC. Jpnes, Missj i:Mrs.Moench..Wingate's daughter, M.rs.I on Thursday. May 28. in St. Joseph's -I after adjournment of the II ELECTRIC EYE

kind of togs men go. for! t Elsie Joues.Mrs. G- W Chal'ker,! Hospital, Tampa. meeting.

I : ,and Mrs. Zpc.CraWford' ,of I -- ..... .

Make it, the,happiest day, of f/ie/ G inesme11'Marks of DeLand. '"and Mrs.; Mr.George and-'!'Jaycee Be InstalledAt OfficersTo MOVIE

Mrs. J. Morgan Darby) of Santa 1 09.9'So11jytF.

year for Dad with a gift fpmBarksdale's ., Fe Lake Richarde; and of Mr.the and.State Mrs.Farm.Morgan Dinner Dance t I

i ,Newly elected officers of
wide selection jstarke Jaycees will be installedSaturday" ___ Le \ / ,
UDC Members I I -evening ar.a dinner'lr.nce !

Enjoy Picnic i I i;. "to. be held in the StarkeWoman's Movies
I Tkcscolor Automatically
| Club Charles Prewitt, -
Our Popular Offer Is At Last I
.Meeting :nd District vice president, ..willte' -

rt STILL GOOD! A covered dish picnic luncheon 1 installing officer. 9 -.. j .- :-- liberal Trade, on Your Old Camera

Taking office at this time willl
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"as .enjoyed by members of W.IT.I
!he:'Jerome Johns, president;;
FREE BELTfr.V' Weeks Chapter U. D. C. when the ,
.GoldwjTe, ,vice president; :
final, meeting of the year. was n ldTlhirsdiy Ifcchnian ..SLEEK '
: treasurer;and Neil OTHER DAD\ } PAY SUGGESTIONS
June 4. at ,the home ofMis. I. ve-I
With Each Pair of Slacks F. B. Beard "on Kingsley. phurs. state director.Weleyan S =--- :

Lake.,; ;:E:
At Regular Price buring the business session, Guild r II' Bell i& Howard Electric.-Eye No. 127
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which followed the luncheon Mrs.
L. -A. Davis "was elected Has Dinner Meeting J ; Ii
delegate ,
\ \ 79.95 Now
a. to the Qenejcal Conyej\ton to beheld I Reg. 59.95LifeLite
( Mrs. Wayne: HaTnes and Mrs
SPORT SHIRTS in Detroit Mich. in November iit/
i i I Henry: .Godwin_ *were, hostesses-w< / at)1, _
.with 3 4rs. A. Z. Adkins namedas
al.eriate.. Mrs. Mattie G ana.gan -, a .delicious turkey uuiner ,at I tn' I IJ.
$3.00 Values and' -.Mrs.. Herbert Thqmaswtre 0\ ;, home of the latter on E. Cal, Easy Rechargeable fLASIi LJGHT
;j street Tuesday evening at the reg. J.
Batteries C.95
electee) J&ysr
delegates to the IQor.da I -
ular monthly: meeting of the WesJeyan I
State Convention to be held .in .
Ii ,.
P $$1.49 Service Guild, AJmt 2. > :
JacJtsop\1IJ.e in .Qjc,'\ob, {r,j ith Mrs. _'J
F.:: K. ferrynian' and Mrs- Pi: B. After the dinner served in thJ I
Beard as ltrlJ1es; Florida room: ,.Mrs. Godwin presipresided -s.-tAta ....',.......;....;..w Start. At POLAROID\ m CAMERA
;.r The following officers were dent: over the Business,.1 I as.-; :,.... I....-.- fT $1'19.95

elected forihe. >cojniog". )erm:, Irs. meeting where the programs ;jtpr 7portQbkTY ;:

L. "'G. P refl. president\ ; Jlrs. the coming year were OUtllJ\t\: :
a.- 72-75
COOL PAJAMAS Mrs. jr"R.: Hlxon 'gave ; el' I' :lip
George Hoberts, 1st rice president": the devo.Uonal I
Miss Mftdge Middjetoa, 2nd vvicepTesidgad and.,| )Irs7: R.-S. MuIIins had -
4 Airs. .E...K. Perryman piogram.Mrs. .* L'the A.VICTO'Rst .
$ 2-95 and $$3$ secretary: ; },Irs. Herbert Thomas ". -

tieasurer; Mrs. JP. B. Beard. p iis-. E.-R. Moench fr j 1 '...-.. .-..-... *->p o* TT:: Ieet st aL beaotiiut I Waterproof, Skciproof BATCHES2MB

torian:'Mrs7 L. A.' Davis registrar; fL'V e! m jtyfog- .the awst attractive Booking .

Mrs. J.IE. tVu 9n. recorder Jofcryses. Ho s"ToADK1-1 I. ejwr e l So powerful ywi grt oat-. :
The :'officers Uirtalled ,,
weret teachi '. '. performance; wen. m nost fringe areasl rr'H up
The outgoing The Alpha..Delta.Kappa. 4 4f..SlallfSllllt"
OTHER by pre iQent. \ *-. ZT***"- J"l,
SUGGESTIONS Mrs. Pfrrrman)presented a prof- er's honorary sorority: met at l the|; .11- Guaranteed Three
gram on' Jefferson Davis buthplfce .-;home of Mrs. El R. Moench Tuesday -]. f t '1'P-'L 4A1 i1 \t Years

Men's Jewelry Initialed Haudkerchiefs Fal"t Ky.. and ....,ttpMemorial I morning for *a Coca-l ola.pkrty ... .__t;. : B "
I- !I, !]_ 'r' '
and .
Park and _monumejntplaced4 :end of the year ku9e33.neetirg.
Ties Sampsonite Luggage... there .by .tce--tJXC.: A I : .'IIII k """'M1I--\\ "<

Hats.. '. Socks BeltsBARKSDALE'S, :Special! jrtgrajn is ,held th re Among the business discussed t r l! itI_.,_.1SHEPHERD'S BULUNGTOffSTUDIO
each y ar on June 3, Jeff4sonDavis' 'it. was voted that Miss Made

I 7 birthaay.... ?" Middleton be a delegate to "%Ui&National ( ;;.., tT :"f .C!

convention in Miami u{

pursing Unit August! ,. I :
'STrs.: itoenchiused Arrangement 4 RADIO (TV

\ +7c; .1Jq4foqf,\ untr NumgTTrit of yellow and white chrysanthemums
: I vsiJJ fliscontinne tht rrujrI :: indecorating lor the occasion. t: Starke.. Florida I 10 1 W. CALL ST. PHONE WO 47271f4Gt
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=- 1 ..1.. THURSDAY, JUNE' 11, 1959 BRADFORD_COTh'TYTELEG' : ItAP1J. STARKE.'- .FLORIDA" : :-- .

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-1" Ccrby and Mr. and V Mrs. INo Screwworms Cruger,' John Perkins Alex Long of Lawtjy, ani Zustne:
Billy Dealing: and son of Jacksonville II
44 Holmes of Melrose Annie P.uthmt h, .
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I were, Sunday visitors of 6;j For Three Months 3 i I -- .- .:- '... J
Mr. and Mrs. L.: D. Green.
In SoutheastLivestock Announcing The Opening Of
vfvv Marjorie Stevens of Jacksonville l'

is spending this week with :
her grandparents Mr. and Mrs.: owners and'.e1aI f
NThENEViSS agriculture agents continued to>' CITY FISH & MEAT MARKET
L. D. Green after which she will I
bold their t)>">stJi in s'leitthrouerout :
1 :oin her parents, Mr. and Mrs. f

!. II. .I "" ..-r r ...... .... -- ..... ..... ..... .0.1 Robert Stevens in Lompoc, calif;, V 4 -. ( t"- state anti son h- ,;I Ernest; Allen and Robert Magyar!
4 cast nan of tbp rqt'on this w'o i{
here they are making their 4 iI I II
+ )IJs} ICC: M..Lee and children of I Mrs. Mary Ann Wae Williamsof home. ;:V has I I[ the thJni. coTfe" 't've month l Fresh Fish Twice Weekly From Cedar Key-

"allabassee are spending several Jacksonville was among the Purchase any model of Singer' ; (passf1'witbont. a sn: ""ie cane of ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS. POULTRY AND

Jays with her parents, Mr. and t weekend guests of Mr. and: Mrs. f'wifg Machine it Denmark sorcwwcrms, being reported in the,, PRODUCE ALSO GROCERIESALL

!, :Mrs; R.J. Dowling Sr. Iex: Green. Furniture Co tf I area, I'I'I AT REASONABLE PRICES

). Mr. and Mrs.! J. I. Ogdn of I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meifter Alis. George Huggins and: children I D"'I. D. L. Wllan' and N. t:. :

Ptjmpano Beach were Sunday will leave this weekend fcr Orlando visited her mother, Mrs. S. M".d.1r" tcint directors" of the : 617 E. Brownlee St. Phone WO 9.1093 Starhe: Fla.

) visitors of Mr ani: Mis. E. J. where they will visit her M. Jeffords In High Springs on vi State-Fwte-a} Serevwnrnt 1rant-

Dowling, Sr: .rarrnts. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Mc- Monday. Tommy Huggins remain- ration ProTii.ow. their oh'pc.l

F Mf$.;,A,' G. Ycugue and grand L'dcn.> until June 26 when they I.I ed'with his grandmother for the tf live now i. to"P'pt than last scrw-' -..
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daughter. Alisa Mr. ani: Mrs. I Mil mo e to Fort Worth, Texas. ,summer. .qr Y' worm'flv *..d'rr k !TP' the pest

I Enwry Dean and Mrs. Edith Mer- ::Mr. Wister, who. graduated from Sandia Haas underwent a tonsilectomy i.1 comnlcelv t'timi'l I RCoun'v Announcing Grand OpeningOF
rhnan'of'' Fairfield were Sunday i.U. cf F on Monday. has accepteda last Thursday at the; : ty"nt r..OPrft HT1 i"q

ti. "er guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. position as assistant structural Alachua General HcspitaL end Li Asfook In TVM>tr rVaMe J rae OLD PELICAN CLUBTO

t a ,Cattwell.Strata's. engineer for Convair Air Craft in Mr. and Mrs.\, H. H. Joiner of ,... .. tli iint'dit" tate JI'1rt
Fcrt Worth. Winter Garden spent last Tuesday -
federal officials, in nri'!r nnrea"! -# BE KNOWN AS
.. .-- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dansbv of: to Saturday with Mr. and New Christian Church.Pastor ,
ire v11711aT'rf11ntil tft" i""aP' Ot
Jacksonville were Sunday visitorsof Mrs. W. S. Haas and family. erml-I! I

Garage'RADIATOR Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby. i I Bill and Bobby Douville of Pen- infestation i4 f'nmI.t.Iv CANARY IW:
, And natf'f1. TbPv cold i'recftsek! 0'\1-1 4
Lavora Capps and Kav Walrathof sacola are visiting their grand- Family'Rev.
prq s"r-nlrl; en-t"'11a tn mofrA frptA -
Brigham Young University, parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Gri- tI +i

, SHOP Provo. Utah, arrived home Mon- der.Mrs. Bob L. Badgett, new min-!i Augusta W. Va.,' before comingto nrtnnt inc..oetjnn, 0' thou :> "' '1. .

day for the summer. Kannie Oliver and Mrs. J. ister cf the First Christian Church I Starke. | t"k.. "..." nt(>q nnti me t"p1-I ,

1 Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Colson and D. Griffin of Lake City attended of Starke is pictured above with The new pastor and..his family i*> rtg on any suspected infrstations. .' .

t GUARANTEED WORK family of 1300 W. Pratt streetare the: dance recital of their grand- h.s wife, Norma, and their' four arrived here Wednesday. A cov-i, WILL BE OPEN WEEK'OF JUNE 15

I nicving to Atlanta, Ga. this daughter, Kathy Griffin Monday months-old daughter. Mr. Badgettis ered dish supper will be hEld'

Scott Atwater weekend. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. evening.Lex a graduate of Johnson Bible at the church Friday at 6 p. m. Marriage Licenses Opening Dance

Thomas of 261 S. Orange street Green, Jr. had as weekend College in Tennessee and served I I tc welconie them to their new
: Used 715 HP Motor\ ,
have purchased the Colson home guests at the Green cottage on churches in Marlboro, Ohio and home. f Six i I\rri"J!: ;> trwhcnc; Nava' h. n SATURDAY; NIGHT, JUNE 20'DON

i I. f.Lawn.; Mowers and plan to move there within Kingsley Lake, Ted Stulhch of --- iccuwl in Wnriford County since ;
t Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Nolin and)1 I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kunig, the
two weeks. The Lloyd Hedge- Miami, Ray Marks and Norwood Anril 24 this vear. I HASS, Owner Route 1, Box 485

, L. cocks of W. Cypress street plan Gay of Jacksonville, Bill Martin her mother, Mrs. Oma Cotton" a'-1 former Dolly Sullivan, have movd Li'Mw, is,,n d to Marvfe ,
COMPLETE tended family'reuniod a.
a to Jacksonville Beach.
to rent the Thomas house later in cf Daytona Beach and John McDonald Ratto" 17 nf RtQrh andQrnnfn
{ BRAKE SERVICE the month.Mr. of Orlando. ,day at Leorya. MrsCotton,.re-j I I Mrv and Mrs. H. W. Moyer and Hugh Crawford 18; of -
mained there for a month's visit. grandchildren. Greig and Jan
Mrs. Leah Bauknight of Jacksonville '
and Mrs. E. R. Moench had L'11J'tpv

r Cor.; Orange Street and I as weekend iriests for the Jones-I was a weekend guestof i. Patsy and Qatar Helms of Mqyer: of Jacksonville were Mon- Ins' no 7 !fipins'tt: rf !F*.>rVpKenneth I
Green Cove Springs are spendingthe day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. F.
t Edwards Road Green wedding Mr. and Mrs. L. Miss Kate Struth. ..rrf K. Mott) 21, of Key WRGS RadieEYERY
summer with their uncle and W. Strickland.Mr. .
PHONE WO 4.5174 E. Perry of lake Wales, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Snodgrass of Scotts- Wpct.
aunt and P. T. Nolin. .
Mr. Mrs. and Mrs. James Phillips and
& 4t 7-2 Mrs. Roy L. Wingate' of Jackson- boro, Ala. and daughter Miss Gerald LPon\2Ttf Wfl1"1'Pn r 1. and
Nolin. daughter are spending this week
tt tttttts ville, Mrs. A. B. Jones. Mrs. D. P. Gusta Snodgrass Pensacola' are Lfnda Sue Johns. 20 both of
., visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas. '. Mr. and Mrs Arthur Wills of at the Gray cottage on Kingsley
Mitchell. Mr and Mrs. Roy L. lt:Tie. DAY GAME OF THE DAY
Miami will be weekend guests of Lake.: ,
Win!"ate, Jr, and Alf Green, all : Jr. and family for a week. :Jlfartntorjtp Tvr! nnTla O'lin. ?1. of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. I Miss Margaret Rose Duncan left
jcf I Callahan.: I Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey and Gain&iJ'f>_ a'r* tack '"r,,iijs Hick- SUNDAY, 5:00 P.M. WALTER WINCHED'
i Mrs. G. S. Newcomb and son. Wednesday to work at Old Faith-
Mrs. J. C. Bpnnett of Feman- family were visiting Mrs George ,man. 47. of Tul1::! okla.
the Chuck spent Thursday to Tues- ful in Yellowstone'Park Wyo. for
FloridailfE tma was Saturday evening dinner Mansfield Tampa over Rhonda Carol Pride. Ifi. and 7:00-7:15 P.M
day in Orlando with her mother, the summer. FULTON LEWIS, JR.
guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Yin- weekend.Mr.
,Alfred Gene Weaver, 19, of Starke.
ing. and Mrs. Jack Freeman and :Mrs. H. P. Moye. They were accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy and

Singer Machine Oil and .cn, John, of Independence, Kas. home by a niece. Mrs.I family of Gainesville are spending HOSPITAL ADMISSIONSThe : 6:00.10:00 A.M. STARKE WAKES UP

Light Bulbs at Denmark Furniture have been guests the past week of fey Wood and son. Rusty, for the summer with Mrs. A,, Z. Ad-

1 AT Rl i -Co, tf Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman several days vi it. kin at Kingsley Lake. following patients were 10:00 A. I.-l:00 P.M. Mighty Music In Motion
I Miss Marcia Miller returned last Miss-Jackie Colley spent Wednesday -
Ida Lou Plummet of Atlantais at Kingsley Lake. admitted to Bradford County Hospital -

standing a month with her Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Powell and reek from Andrew College, CUth- to Sunday with, Miss Man- during last week: 4:00.8:00 P.M. Rhythm 'Rider; &: Teen
bert, Ga: and has now' gone to dy Cash in Sarasota. Misses Man-:
.,SAT. JUNE 13 inrle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. M. Mrs. Mattie Gahagan attendedthe Nova Elizabeth Thompson of
Clearater to work for the sum-: car and Jean Cash returned'with Time
gclden wedding anniversary I-awtey
F' Hazen. ; Evelyn Bernice Conner, J
Mark and Rodney Herlong of f Mr and Mrs. U. J. Peckham inJardeeville mer. Jackie for several days visit. Gary A. Palmer, Anne Lloyd Bay-

.' S. C. over the week Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jordan of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Guissinger lor of ,, '
vJacksonville are visiting their Keystone Heights; Clyde J & J Builders Warren's Shell Service
Shreveport La. are visiting Mr. and daughters of Baton Rouge,
.t grandparents. Mr and Mrs. W. F. Henry Moody of Lake Butler;
Herlong. this week. end.Mr.. and Mrs. Victor Berry of nd Mrs. Eston Jcrdan and Mr.I I La.' have been spending the past Fidelo Caruso Maud Hollis of Shepherd's Radio A TV Community State Bank

and Mrs. J. H. Holton for several, ten days with Mr. and Mrs. W B.
Garden KesturantXoegel II.
"'-:' Jim Hall Shuford underwent a Dillon S. C. are visiting her parents Melrcse, Charles Bryant, Mar- C. Nasworfhy I
11r. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp weeks. I Sewefl at the Bence'cottage 'on garet Clark Wood I .. !
tonsilpftomy at the Bradford of Raiford An- Auto Sales G. J. MCt Ziff Motors
Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar and chi- Kingsley.Lake::
bna County Hospital last Friday. and family this week. ; na Ruth Crosby, Corine Janet '.
cren! ,.Anne\and Byren; left Wednesday i Sin&'er-Si1rln -Machine Needles Roberts of Raiford, Brandon T.I I WlnklrtElwrric: Service Starke Banders'Se'tzers

J for' a week's' visit witbtiE'r at Denmark Ftrnitnre'Co. tf Fla. Power & Light
Cribbs, and Laurie A. Whitten of
How(Christmas in LIfaw '
ami May 'I parents and sister Mr and Attending-, the' graduation of
to one American town I *.. AIR CONDITION, Dale' 'McRae :Raiford. Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports Gem Jewelry
irs. J, Truluck,'and Mrs. Barney Jr. from the Universiiy -
l Also: Jim Hal Shuford Shirley
\ S'Ott in Sanford Mr. Terwillefaf J''of Miami Medical School Goldwire ServicenterDojle First Federal Gainesville
Taylor, Willie Cuzzie Keene
b \" ill go down for them next Wednesday -: tnia' evening' [Thursday are"Mr. Il\.he Koch's
I Glen $t Mary, John Will, Conner Insurance. __ Drugs, ,
: ., Sappof .
II' REFRIGERATIONAND ? V. ... tillMr. : and,Mrs Barney McRae Sr., Mrs" -- *> *- to -' W'
} t" : Middleburg Antonia Stafford Starke Laundry Charley Johns Insurance
t I't and :Mrs. Earl Beck' and'aaughters Buddy Crawford, and daughter;
Marion C. Whitehead of Melrose, Control
of Gainesville have Beverly, Mr/ and Mrs. Glen' Conner Cate-IIendry Chevrolet Florida Pest
TV SERVICE and .' all: of Herbert Earl Whitten of Raiford Bottom Dollar. -
moved to Kmgsley Lake for the sort Leonard Exell Johnson of Raiford, Frances Starke Radio & TV
rammer., Starke, Mrs: AI Harley of Kings-
Shealey of Raiford Diane Florida Theatre
Town Finance Co.Bobbins'
J. A.,Griffin attended the wuod.-W'Vi. Mrs. Gary Nasworth
Mrs. *
All Work'Guaranteed -- Free Estimates Ruth Hardy, Christine Ann Bry- AND MORE
PARTNER graduation' other nephew; .Tommy Jacksonville, and Mrs. Ira Wells Dept. Store )
V ant of Raiford, Edward B. Dyalof
Fully Equipped DependableAll Coker, at the George Wash- ol Atlanta. 'Lawtey and Lila Stay Dowlingof I
AKMSCOPtnCTUK Mgton Hotel in Jacksonville Monday Jack 'Abel left Tuesday to spend
Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S Raiford.
and visited relatives the Summer in Ventnor. N. J..
*tact Om.tf.PraactiwJUKI
Mighty 1490
YY If I I fU MCM*t>JOtt CotBH* in Jacksonville on Tuesday.Mr. and visiting in the New England Colored admissions were: Mary
Ann Pittman of Hawthorne Lou-
and Mrs. Byard Storm and States. ,
Plus "Roundabout" Cartoon RADIO & TV on, DeWitt. cf Gainesville have Tech. Sgt. James R. McGee was ise Johnson of Lawtey, Benejamin .

moved to Kingsley Lake for the I weekend, visitor at the home of ..----- .-- -

INMAN D. GREEN, Owner uimrner. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mc-

Suit Mon. June 14, 15 Phone WO 4-6901 Starke, Fla. Extra Bobbins save time-Stock Gee. At present he is stationed MANUFACTURER'S

U- np with Sinter Bobbins at Den- with the 93rd Bomb Wing at -

ii V mark Furniture Co. tf Castle Air Force Base in Califor- PROMOTION'' .

Col. J. A. Griffin is attending nia.Mr Vs
at Anniston. Ala. for two and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and' '
atuos.W Now Enjoy I True "Balanced i Comfort"I I With. camp ] ASU
IIES weeks. family were visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. .', (

aur Among those attending the R. Crews in Jacksonville Sunday -

YARSInuotoroMAr state American Legion conventionin it11, SMART 3-PC LUGGAGE SET...
.; NEW 1959, f Jacksonville the past weekend Miss Floried Killingswcrth of (
Pirmingham.. spent the'weet. *STURDY *LIGHTWEIGHT
were Mr. and Mrs. Hany Rabb; _
end with Mrs. Kate Killin v
KELYINATORROOMAIR Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Jr., orth J .,
....r Mr. 9.nd'Mrs. Arch Thomas Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dennis.

( IEM.eSGOPL,..,....... ..20r .a f Mr and Mrs. Joe Gray, Mr. and( Mrs. H. H. Rabb Jr,. Mrs. Bill PURPOSElam
Graham Mrs.; S. O. Denmark | .c:;>' DUAL
; CONDITIONERS!Ir. Mrs.: Seeber Goodman Mr. and I Z/x. f
Plus "Hare Way To Stars" Car- i Mrs. T. C. nazen, Jr., Mr. and; ,and Mrs: J. E: Hardy'are'attend.' .. t- "IITTU TRAVELLER" IRONrJ -
$0.0.., int the PTA short course in Tallahassee -
Mrs. Bill Tilley John Grew Ben
fronvTwsday FREE
Su lo\l!. Charlie Shaeffer, Bill V r
Janet Jayne and June
Tries., Wed. June 16, 17 bV' Graham, Buddy Bishop; Guy spending Tuesday to Friday
A"drews and T. M.: Finley. .
with- their grandmother: Mrs. 0Vf
Misses Mary Agnes Matthews
\ Barry, in Btoolrer.
... end Shi Ann Smith will leave
i Mr.1 and Mrs Jimmy Moote and t
Sunday for Tallahassee where
family have moved1 the T.'
.WMflJIJ r tpex. iU"ata'4we: 'wee$ Institute H.1
KCKlESBFOR&DQEN ; _ attheU. School of Shade home en Kingsley Lake .

..... .., ... ,... el..$ 1t Journalism' for students Inter which they recently "purchased.H. tt
Yj L. nrown1ee''Jr. of' Ne'w"Or1
r.r 1i', m-IOlIII.t-S. ..... -'--, V 1t % ested hi newt aper and yearbock 1ITTIE TXAYOIET FOtA (G IRON
leans will arrive Tuesday r"s..
V ;r.'l ':b V'' i w pubjUcationg.Mi for a '. '
-- '
'. ; r and Mrs. 'Murriel :Mundy i few days visit 'with his mother ,* ; !,- Tor kwn* 9r travel

z xiz $+ ;,! w 3 > .J.id; soil Bob, of Clemson S. C.! Mrs. Brewrtle*''Sr:: r Heats In stxtysecooda.r .
PARADISE I ?' Mryand'Mrs. Albert Lee CrosbyJr.
are-: spending this week at the
and'family have AC or DC
.I moved to the :
\{;undy cottage on Kingsley'lake.Mr
J and Mrs. Bruce Cox of W. L. Thigpen Jr. home at 932 MadeiaVLSJtFiY
W. Butler road which they have
f tjafksoavflte-B ach"were Sunday
nirchased. The1 Thigpens have I
Tartars of- MR' 'and. Mn;. Guy replacementguarantee
aI moved to their'new"home- OD' the-] t

I 11 I I I I I e.\e. Keystone Heights road.. j l''k1U"
Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Marco ,
Replace! your oY'sewinr ma-.
have sold their home on Raiford chine fceK'wKb LIi.
new Siner Belt;
.SpecialVELECTRo.GNETLC FILTER. fload to Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Frame froth''Denmark'Furniture' 'Co. it-i

A JA A7 F D Ct-0M j bf Orlando The Marco's moved on Mr.: and Mrs. 1.. M; Wildes of' -

tI.,.. c Wam*das tQ'their cottage on Femandina' Beach have rented

P111s.Novelty Shop" Cartoon Reitovts 95% of hermfvl dirt ., Brooklyn Lake. \ the Crosby home at 41ft N. Water I

dust cud pollen os conportdto Mr; a1u tf.'Mrs. M. W. Lance viSited Street. Mr. Wildes is employedat I O

65% with ordinary fibtrs '" Mr.'and Mrs. Billy Burbanks the State.Prison. ..,.,.

T13Ur.., Fri. '- June 18, 19 Jr.-at-Fernandina: Beach on*Sun
Mr. and Mrs: J. W. Furlong and
.. -
: RtEI SIGNAL,.........., .....'".. : day. daughter>, Joan: have moved from, ; Guarantee 3.
: CiI... fttar weds c....."" .VBhe*ftfc. sif.el Men Paul1\Dih\ Miami spent the the Smith house on Road 100 t 71s i.p,3,. [nd all car' 3g 1A e 95

: ,e0!"cIol"'ICHiIl! t ltd !.1 yoR.n week-ia Star e'V1sit-; oar pint foamaitd t1 .
fritot the
Cool Fin Duty Filler ,.. srYg L West to 324W. Pratt street. !. .....- -, !1 V
ing his mother,.Mrs. D. Ej Knight Mr.. and Mrs. J. V. Rowe and f.. __crid4e.. k'" .

4 BIG SIZES-1, 1Z,ZVi H*.. and brother; HoIUs V. Knight dat htef have moved from 522 W.. ::1. .

I firs: l nlghtandPaul.spent Tuesday P.rjtt'street to the Smith house on 1w::!m-.f..!!. YT. .:!l! _

Balanced coils'wring nor moistarf from air .Arffrsfafcfe' in Jaeksonrflje, I ad 100_ 'w St. Mr! 'and Mrs. A.1
I thermostatic Control Fresh Air Intake, loon Air.Exhiust- ,- '
: and.Mis. LJ J. Richardsio bottoms
T-Sgfe O. Russell and family of Ashland King oversize dimension* g Fully potketeJ-quilled
I Airiow .
) 2-Wey Two-Speed Fat Carle: Overfoad '
( ProHrtioa Unit act conkols .bd .mil and family spent the weekend Va. have rented_ the 'Rowe 100% plywood construction. o Dvramatic locks-French-folding ham!.
... .....- completely' se at Pemandma:Beach with Mr. and house.
I N (Alm woittwe ---031'4. .
I [ dawoge 4 e Scuff-reststant vinyl covering Train with protected
'JEAN ARTHUR, Mrs. Bill$ $ bankS Jr. Sgt. Richardson Miss Florence Brown of MiamiS
vmijEFUN As Low As leaves.Saturday. for nine ; returning home Saturday. o Harmonizing taffeta lining mirror, four shirred bottle holders

GEORGE 9TEVENSTECn.coor $13995COMEIN'TODAY months: further duly in Germany H Mist'
alter being home'on a month's CASH :OF THANKSWe IJTfir.. As entire Family-Choose from iaYBbe or :el

leave. desire to express to our kiad
... .
neighbors aid thoughtful friends
Miss NeffieLewery is the new

Ptas-"H ok- Line and Stoker"Cvtoon SHEPHERD'S! RADIOS) & TV cashier Miss Paulette at Koch's Stone Drug of Store.Green-- many cur heartfelt expressions thanks of sympathy.for liar BULLING TON'S Studio & Gift Shop

I JU1e.. Pa>> is_spcndmg the summer Such kindnesses and ncigO&oriy

Starke, Florida with her father, Ray Stone,. and tk *.gtttuIness caana never be STARKE FLA.

f r rf Mrs. Stone. forgotten,=The & U Cox Uouiy. ,

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Girl FrightenedBy Hi Y 'MembersEnjoy I T E. L. Cox Rites Educational TV Andrews And Rabb weekend 25 in Jacksonville.About members of. Post 56

Backfire Outing 4-H Discussed At RotaryBy Are InstalledAt and their wives attended the con-

a : Held' SaturdayEddie vention held in the Robert Myer
Jumps From TruckOne At Daytona Beach -. ,-, UF Official Jax ConventionGuy Hotel.

accident led to another last Bradford County Hi-Y members Girls Lee Cox. 57. local insurance The Immense potential of educational Andrews was installed as

when 10 year old spent from Tuesday, June 2, to agent. died suddenly Thursday television was discussedat Northern Area Commander of the ,
Friday night a
,. colored girl Annie Ruth Long, Friday at the Safari Motel in Day-' \ afternoon June 4. in a the Rotary Club Wednesday by Florida Department, American Legion -
became frightened; and jumped tcna Beach. Olf sonville physician's office Jack-I Ken Christiansan. director of the and Harry Rabb Jr. was installed -

out the back of a pick-up truck The Club Sponsor Dr. C. J.I hs' was undergoing educational TV department at the : as Commander of District

and Kenneth heart ailment. 4 at the state convention held last BUILD HOME
'ben it backfired. She has been Houpt Tyus accompanied a University of Florida. WILL

in Bradford County Hospital since the boys. ToSharf A native cf Monroeville Ala., The speaker said that some ON YOUR LOT

the accident with bruises and Boys who took the trip were born on Aug. 21. 1901 he was the viewers are spending as much as

head injuries. Travis Alvarez, Cahin Pace Tommy ton the late William E. and Susan nine hours a day in front of their W. C. T. (I. No Down Payment -

Annie Ruth and several other Stallings. Dudley Hardy, Arthur Partin Cox. He was agent for television sets. and that the aim

youngsters were on their way to Dcdd. Hank Graham. Jimmy ___ the Peninsular Life Insurance Co. of ETV is to bring them some "TilE SOUTH DAKOTA SEN- TONEY HOME BUILDERS,
visit Mary Louise Bright, who Lawson Bill Bcssent Mike Red- Course ___ for many years and was a mem- thing better than is offered by PUT A SKULL AND CROSSBONES Inc.

had almost drowned in another ,'ih. Johnny Stevens, Douglas ___ ber of the Methodist Church. most.of the commercial television
recent mishap but was rescuedby l seymour, Billy Helsabeck. Larry Surviving are his wife Lois Moore programs. CIGARETTES SOLD IN THE Contact RAY FORTH

four teenage boys. Elder, Harry Stallings, Mike Denton II- Cox; two daughters. Marilyn Joyce The speaker was introduced by STATE." PHONE 4123

Jimmy Malone Bill Powell .fr ,,.and Linda Carolyn Cox; one Bill Graham.
The truck backfired because it Richard Dugger, John Miller Tom son; Pearson E. Cox, all of Starke; Prior to the scheduled program CAPPERS WEEKLY FEBRU- Keystone Heights, Fla.
of but Annie
was giving out gas
Ruth saw the sparks and thought Smith, Neal Phillips, Mike Flynn, Darlene Phegley Linda Cox. and tion entertainment recreation three brothers, Dwight Ccx Cherry Sen. Charley E. Johns crowned 3RD. 1959.1FOR
Perman Roberts, and Harold Lake; William E. Cox. Savannah
and inspiration. Classes in home Miss Sylvia Paulk as Bradford
it was on fire. Carolyn are pictured a-
Tyus president.ALVAREZ' economics will be conducted eacfi Ga.; and Theodore Cox. Fort County entrant in the queen con-

bove as they loaded luggage Mon- morning by State Home Demon- Lauderdale; and one sister Mrs. test sponsored by the Florida Sell It Rent It Trade It

II day morning for their trip to the stration specialists. Ella Harrison Lyons Ga. Dairyman's Association as a part

I llhl STORE Establishedlg94llfflJ 44th annual Girls' 4-H Club Short Campus housing will be provided Funeral services were held at 2 cf its June "Dairy Month" pro ::e WORD OR LESS flue iBiertl. (MI.I_.. Clarke) .TB

Course at Florida State University in student dormitories and p.m. Saturday in the First Meth- motion. Officials of the Associa- EACH ADDITIONAL: WORD OVER D -_ __ 4. Per W.,.

June 812. They were accompanied meals will be served In the Uni- odist Church with Rev. Donald tion from Jacksonville and Rod 30% DISCOCJST!! OX: REPEAT ISSERTKHTS SAKE AD
Kokomoor officiating assisted by : S5! ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND: ADS OR ADS HOT PAID CT ADTAXCK.
by Miss Dorothy Ross vrsity cafeteria. man Reddish local dairyman and

home demonstration agent. All delegates must have achieved Rev. B. H. Rawls. Burial was member of the association were CLASSIFIED DISPLAY __ 11.25 Prr lack First fa.eflIe.

th About 500 girls from all partsof certain objectives in their local in Dyal Cemetery under the dir- present. S1.IW PER INCH FOR StME I AD REPEATED ONE OR MORE TIN El
give your car I ection of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Florida are registered for the clubs to qualify for short course;
Home. CARDS OF THANK U> To M Words) .__ ....
course which will include instruc- cttendance. I D. OVER ft* WORDS _____-- V, 4 C>.(. Per WeM
Active pallbearers were Legion Officers
iZIVG Reddish Gilbert Brown. Paul 4 .
MEMORIAL!* AND Rv..nL1jTn -- ----- {'st rVr W.Pe
Homemaking City Trying Out Faulkner. Gene Long. E. L. Craw-
Are InstalledSedber SILK FOR RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished
Atp Program Offered Non.JamableParking ford, and J. R. Kelly. 4 Homes on Alton Rd. 2-3 bedroom house. Window fan. Corner Christian
fend 2-2 bedrooms. Financing and Pratt Sts. Mrs. Mundorf
For Girl Students MetersCity Goodman was installed available. J. W. Thomas. Phone WO WO 4-CI1! tfrhg
B. E. McRae Jr. as Commander of American Leg- 5-1171 NOW. The ultimate In prestige. BOO .

Fcr eight weeks during the police this week installed 1 ion Post :56 at a dinner meeting WE HAVE a new loan program for ENGRAVED business cards, IIt.n
Gets Medical DegreeAt farmers. Loans o{ 1 to 6 yearefor (price Includes plate). Never before,
summer months the Home Economics right new non-jamable parking I I held Tuesday night in the Legion the entire credit requirement engraving at this low price.

Department of BHS will rreters in front of Canova's Drug I Miami UniversityBarney home. of tbe farmer and his fam- Bradford County Telegraph tf

cffer certain homemaking activi- Store. Other officers installed at ily. Gainesville Production CredM
new Alsodatlon0 ftorth MaiD.r.alnf'VlI1e. CITRUS, bearing sizes, container
ties to white girls who have completed The City has obtained the new E. McRae Jr.. son of Mr. this time were: H. A. Bishop Jr., Fla. ItchY grown. Also Plum Carner Apple

the eighth grade. meters on a 90 day triaL According and Mrs. B. E. McRae of Starke. I 1st vice commander; Joe Gray REPAIRED Pear, Hood and DalOwin. Fig. V
RADIOS Grapevines, Persimmons, etc. ETfr.
Classes in food and nutrition to Chief of Police Riley Sweat, received his M. D. degree from 2nd vice commander; Kenneth AH Make. All U.4l. greens Shade Trees. Camellias, over

clothing and textiles home safety the new meters are of an Improved the University of Miami Schoolof Grider, finance officer; John God- leasoaahle Charcr RADIO- rmTmMlHPHr.RD'S ,* TV. '" 400 varieties. Asaloas fine plants
full of bud and bloom. See
home improvement, and etiquette type and are far superiorto Medicine on June 11. win, post adjutant; Bill Haas, !.!... Gr..., Ow.*T plants for quality. We are located our

will be emphasized. the meters presently in use. A gradute of the University of chaplain; A. L. Crosby Jr., service 112 I:. Call Starke.91. "'Fla...e \\0 4-6901 II miles east of Keystone Heightson

Classes will be held from 8:30a Sweat said he hopes to get the Florida McRae served with the officer; Jimmy Lee. sergeant at I -0.Hiway C. Carnes 100. Thousands Nursery Phone of plants.MU

m. to 10:30 a. m. and from City Council to approve the purchase Army in Korea before starting his arms; Robbie Smaller historian; GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding ITltatioRs 4-4295. Florahome. Fla. tfNO
with double envelopes -
... A Cities Service spring Check-n-Chonga 10:30: a. m. to 12 noon Monday of more meters of the new medical educatl n. He is marriedto X. M. Smith, and Bill Tilley members for $%l.'ii. Bradford Cour"r Tele- MONET DOVJf Zenith

I through Friday fat the Home Economics type. the former Mary Virginia Ives of executive committee.The eraph. tf Washing 2fachL.es., now at DA-

; is ad it takes to season your car's performance Department of the high The new meters cost $55 each of Lake City, and they have two officers were installed by Just Received large shipment of HMER'S. tflchg;

r for spring. Bring your car in this; weeki school. Girls are requested to enter a little more than the old meters. sons. Barney F. HI and NormanI. i I Guy Andrews, who was elected as used angle iron channel iron. "1** FOR SALE-Girls 20 In. bicycle
through the west side door. It would cost $22.50 to exchangean I beam Suitable for all purposes.! two new tires. $10. 717
summer McRae.Dr. Northern Area Commander at the Also new stock of doors, windows. West
l As all high school girls are old meter for a new one. But, McRae plans to intern at Jacksonville convention. screens and screen doors, used soil Cypress St. Phone WO (-n.:

: travel. Rids your radiator of dangerous rust required to take at least one year Sweat stated, the new meters Commander Goodman announced pipe and water pipe all izrs.: Steel FOR RE.Tfurnished apartments -
the Duval Medical Center in office safe show case, double por-
and su0e.! I of the homemaking program. the can't purchased until the City that H. A. BiSTiop Jr. wouldbe celain cabinet sink. $50 and 133: per mo. Electric
Jacksonville and then start a career Drop in look around W. T. Jackson utilities air rendition for bedroom
,informal classes during the sum- makes its new budget in September. in charge of membership and cnly. Shady Lawn. 1U mile E. Call
rear of Big Dad factory. Starke
Oil CHANGE with mum-range 5D Koolmotor lOW. mer are designed primarily to be in general practice. ph"ne0 4-4W1.() Ask for Mr. St bridge Eessent Rd. RFD Box
Joe Gray would serve as program 440 sign on left. Mrs. Clarke
30. Gives lOW at starting cf a get-acquainted nature. No Ghqm. tfrhgCO -
light performance .. chairman for the coming year. F.ch'" tfrhlC'
high school credit is awarded for ... ... _.' .,.- '1' 't 1.0 MA I. FLORIST!
'. medium 20 grade performance warm."p. Vt. ,. Wives of members were guests Experienced
wanted to
the summer classes. :\ Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. carpenters
heavy 30 grade performance for at the supper which preceded the Flowers wired any place. Flowers work In this area. Steady work.
Food preparations will stress installation and several agreed to for all occasions I.' B.IIT. Fhone Must have own tools and transportation.
cruising. 41 summer menus, outdoor cooking WO 4-1i1. SOS. Ka!'t Nona Rf JN-he Apply, write or phone Jim
serve on a committee to discuss I Walter Corp. 3281: \\. Beaver St
and picnic foods. Under clothing .
Trof."ii for the Auxili FOR RF.NT-Furnlshed apart tfrtir
CHASSIS WBRICATION with tough plans reactivating
girls may learn hand-sewing, embroidery ments. Reasonable rates. Near
Grease. chopping center. Phone WO '-%011 FOR SALE-Large cement block
Squelches squeaks, guards against
use of the electric sew- ary.Area home 1'{ acre lot. 20 pecan trees.
I Commander Andrews said rr WO 4-5134 or call at 213 S.
I that he would like to see the Au- Offlre.H.hg *try reasonable. 920 Thomas St.
home. Other topics'Include
Phone WO
COMPLETE SAFETY CHECK of all the crucial grooming and personal problems. xiliary reorganized here as it 'was WANTED tfchg
-Waitress.! B & G Truck
spots? on your ca Girls may attend regular or : .1 en important part of the Legion Stop Restaurant Apply after 2:30n
... the afternoon. tfchg.Men's HASTINGS MATTRESS
part time. A fee of one dollar &tz I program.
SILCOXCITIES ; will be assessed to cover costsof
(@) Leather 710 Lemon St. Palatka
food preparation for the entire

.I SERVICE "! I prcgram. Funeral SaturdayFor Furniture Repaired. Upholstered -

Afternoon classes will be sched- H. E. Futch HALF SOLES & Refinished

705 Temple Ave. CITIES SERVICE ,uled for girls unable to attend MATTRESSES REBUILTNew

'1'1 during the morning. The program Henry Everett Futch. 48, of Innerspringsand

.t Starke, Fla.Stereophonic. I I Till be under the direction of 1 lawtey. died suddenly Thursday 1.50 up Box Springs

Mrs. Mary M. Gibson. Parents are :t right June 4, at his home.
: Drop Us a Card or Call
I invited to call Woodland 4-3751 ..aMusicenfer Born in Lawtey on Feb. 6, 1911. Men's Rubber
for additional details. Transportation he was the son of the late RobertH.

1 : will not be furnished. / Contest Winnerprizes Futch and Minnie Griffis HEELS 85C STARKE WO (-;)931

HeadquartersMUSICENTER Futch who survives. He was a
t'l .Waldo Planning Bernadette Soto [left, 12 year- which .also included five veteran of World War n, and a STARKE'S SHOE Agent

Bill to the Florida Theatre. member of the Baptist Church. I
Public Boat old daughter of Mr: and Mrs. passes '
', Ramp Soto. won the table model radio The prizes were swarded to Besides his mother he is survived REPAIRING tfchg

In Alto CanalPlans she is holding and five stereo Bernadette for making 606 words by his wife Lillian Futch;

record albums held by her motherin hem "Music ntcr." cne daughter Vanessa Marie 123 S. Walnut St. FOR SALE-Sears self propelled

for a boat ramp and parking the word contest.sponsored by Runners-up in the contcs were Futch; one step-daughter, Vivian 24" mower ana %0" uw combination -
Across from Park TheatreFOR motor 2 ;-t h. p. 7300. Pill
area on the Lake Alto canal Musiccnter .at the opening of the Mary Kay Wainwright. with 558 Elaine Padgett; a step-son Ben- Jht". 'A.k. 'tr) 4-J2SI:; tip .

near Waldo are being completedby jamin A. 'Padgett; and one brother -
Temple Ave.record shop last week. words, and Mrs. Robert Edmond-
SALE-H ft. boat
220 N. TEMPLE AVENUE Waldo officials and the Ala- Robert G. Futch all of Law- RENT-Furnished garage complete
Mrs. Sam Zack center co-owner son who used each letter only apartment on Kingsley Lake. Completely with windshield top, 23 h. p. electric -
chua County Water Conservation with her husband presented the once with 392. tey; eight sisters, Mrs. Daisy Star furnished except linens. starter motor and trailer. Call
Where You've Never Committee. ling. Mrs. Mabel CcClellan. Mrs. Pent by week only. Phone WO 4. WO 4-2
Waldo Mayor A. L. Jackson said Four Cases TriedIn IN MEMORIAMIn Eleanor Prevail, Mrs. Ola Starling 4801 tfche f'ORLF. -Household furniture.

the city had re-negotiated a lease loving memory of Locoa Kel- Mrs. Margaret Pauley and Mrs. Tailor made Drapies made to order. ; *? W Martl.r.n Rt: Urti

Heard It So Good! with the Seaboard Air Line Railroad [ County CourtFour ,Iv Blount who died June 15. 1956. Pauline Devore. all of Lawtey; St.Jlrs.Phon Rohbie WO:Shaller." 4-59J4 209 E.2 Adkins( II I CARPENTER WORK I

for use of the property for Deep In our heart lies a picture Mrs. Gladys Pringle. SanfordandMrs. ;
cases have been tried in DOCKS, BOAT HOUSES,
this purpose. Lois Colvin Lenox. Ga
ZENITH PHILCO RCA VICTOR County Judges Court since May More precious than silver or I in Houses. Town and Country Farms, ADDITIONS
The canal, used half a centuryago Funeral services were held Acreage and Rentals.A. .
by the railroad as'a connect- 28 by County Judge T. A. Yawn. gold; the Evergreen Baptist Church SATISFACTION! GUARANTEEDJIMMY
.. _
ing link between Melrose and Wal- Chas. Raymond] was It's a picture of our dear near Lawtey at 4 p.m. Saturday S03 Temple A,e. Tel. WO i7e1Uthg: RICKS, Jr.

do extends half a mile to Lake charged with reckless driving Mother, with Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt officiat Kl N. St. Clair Ph. WO 9-2951;

Alto. Another csnal connects Al- jail. Charlton's semi trailer ram- Whose memory will never grow ing. Burial was in Dyal Cemetery -,

to with Little Santa Fe Lake gard for the lives of persons and old. under the direction of De- FOR RE Attractive efficientcyapartment. "nn In2''PY Puppies.Ilk"For. fI'Sale.rk". Ray Fla Miller UpKOR

1. which, in turn. joins "Big" Lake property.' He was sentenced to -Eunice Box. Claude Kelly Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. Excellent condition. Rea
pay a fine of$400 or to 90 days in Hill. konable rent.. Apply W. H. Nollman, SALE-1 Chevorlet truck no
Santa Fe.BuildIng. Mary St
$10'h..rry ltchgWANTEDPosition b-xly. 110- cash. I
Gas hot water
Charlton semi rammed
of the proposed rampat jail. trailer heater 19 gallon capacity $lOVftO.
med the rear of a lumber truck as bookkeeper *g.. .J 'T Qnig'.. itrh Waldo will give boaters access In or arr Starke. full or part time.
to 12 miles of waterways the Wal- pushing the lumber through the "rite Marian .Finucan Rt. 2. fox fOR SALE or RENT 2 bedroom
cab. No Injured. 1*%. Starke. :tcagI1 home
one was -- on orth Cherry St. Small
do Mayor said. -
(GOOD THRU SATURDAY JUNE fault payment balance like rent -
13)) As another improvement. Waldo Herman H. Stein was sentencedto cc o FRKK Immediate possession. Floyd Green t
$100 fine 30 days for violation ': UrKK.DI%:>KR !SITIRI1AV ,
UP TO $100 FOR YOUR officials are asking the State Road or MCHT AT KU A MIDCE!* OKIIE- phone WO -:,.% or0 443I
of the of tfchgFOR
Department to build an overpasson right way. IV nn. r:JO :MCUHIGHWAT. BL.UIH
Old Hi-Fi Radio Record .
Phonograph M. Hammond .
Guy was convicted
U. S. 301 at Waldo as a part of : SALE-II.8SO 1)34 Pontiac
of carrying a concealed Tracer; 21 ft full bath A-l condition. -
Player .. If work that has
( they ) the four-lanlng project 9 miles So. of Starke on ;01
already been budgeted.The weapon and fined $100 or 90 days AVON CALLING I.-r Qunnset Hut, after I o'clock.

m jail. Ti TV'nM n Ito
if built
overpass, as requested /,- ,
EXAMPLE would start at a point Irvin J. Carr was charged with .,, '.><''!*. ... { t.t.: -- Opportunity for women digni. FOR CFNT-6 room unfurnished

I nlwfully passing a school bus. "':41- ,, 'b"f', :fl';.(;;:+.t';'" fled, interesting, profitable. Work noose large yardvWater and lights.
where 301 enters the north end of A ?c'' _J !; :_ ,:
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", olnllFley Lake.
but sentence was suspended and <> '" v. ..)> full or part time experience unnecessary. FiTone LE 3-2781
Band Name Hi Fi (1956.1958)Up town: and curve southeasterly over the case closed. ffi Write: Mn. Oulda Stqr I. st ripen. up.M'ARTMENT
tne business section to a point behind -
To $100 Allowance the railroad tracks. A 90- Plea day, held once a, month Sweat, P. O. Box :;-10, Uve Oak, FOR R&'tTbed-
rooms large living dinette
degree turn that now exists wouldbe for those who waive a jury trial: Florida. o'f living room. Furnished.room. Modern
held June 24. The ltchg bath. Really this Is floorhonratow
will be next a second
Brand Name Phonograph (1956.1959) eliminated by the proposed trial term for County Judges Tiavel Happy I ran WO 4-t overpass.
Up To $75 Allowance Court will begin June 15.Co. FOR SALE OR RENT-Partly furnished CHARMING LITTLE COTTAGE,
% TP.OUBLE"FRUt! ofA 2 room hone SIS per mo. A. furnished at Hampton Lake. Good
Rites Thursday Toth RL 2 Box SJ-F Starke. 3tp fishing. and swimmiag. sand bottom.
6(23 Reservation being take from 23th
Brand.Name Radio For Mrs. StaffordAntonia B Awarded magic carpet might*< (1954-1959) FOR SALE-1 SO Ford Fordor very F. r Clark at Hampton Lake tfchg
travel;actually,we understand they're rather drafty.You're % (-kan- Economical transportation.
Up To $50 Allowance Wegricht Stafford 82, efficiency Trophy far better off in antomobfle,, especially I'none0 4-2H1, H. O. Pollinger. FOR SALE-So pro Electric Guitar
your 42< N. Walnut St.
Itp rnd slightly used.
amplifier Very
died Tuesday afternoonin
of Starke. GeneralCo.
By Adjutant after taking It in for a thorough 'check-op at yout tood condition. See Mrs. PutHngton. \
a local hospital after a brief FOR RES'I'-tDrun'she4' C room Jrt RnTTInu4n'i'" Xtnjut tfcfryFLI.

ALL OTHERS AT LEAST illness. 748th Armored Ordnance Phillips 66 Station. house- Available July 1st 711 W.
66 Dealer win Cypress St. Phone WO 4-2741 after MOW TOCR LAWK Call Cart
travel Phillips V
Mrs. Stafford was born in Austria ; has been ; For vacation your S
Bn. Camp Standing an pm. ltchglake sumner 123 W. Pratt St, phone WO !J.Vt7' .
$ $ on Dec. 14. 1876, was a member nounced as,winner of the AdJu- help you"travel happy..trouble fres!r HeU check: View Beach Cottages on SantaFe 21', <<.13\1

25TO5OWe'll cf the Methodist Church: and tant General's'Trophy ,for effid-: the cooling system battery and tires .. do a lake for rent by week. Fur- RCE STROCT REALTY for Hones.

had lived.in Bradford County for rncy in Bdrninis D'QOO.. supply thorough lubrication job .. drain, refill the crank- nished.reservations'electric kitchen. Make your Farms. Ranches. Groves, Acreageand
now. Swimming and Business property. We list ,
the past five .years coming here;' and maintenanee during the case with fresh Phillips Trop-Artie*Motor Oil... nirnlcing free. Parking Soc per ear. >onr property with free open Ust- .
Iroxn New York.Surviving calendar-year! of 1353., 66 FEte-Foel. Mrs. Maude Kabr Comer. Box S73 ings and adv. free. Also free cat -;
Beat Out-ol-Town'Pices two daughters.Mrs. : fill your gas tank with l lively PhflBps Earlton Fla. Phoo Waldo HO I- alogue. Contact Johnfe Hanveo. Rep.
Adjutant General Mark W. be ready for the open road. 55S2.' 4tp 7j: E ml S. of Stacks on U !S. Highway '
Then really
Robert Strunk of Starke, and you'll
Lunce. who 'mad* the announcement .01 or ten Waldo HO I.JlIL
>> In where see the orange A FOR SALE-30 acres. & room boos 4.hw
Gal- Drive 'T-t
with Mrs. Martha Byrnes of Eau you
your Trade Allowance said ths.trgphy wiH.be presented ( with bath on graded road.. School
lie. and black: Phillip* 66 Shield. aad'mail route. Cash terms Mrs.
during the summer field : or WANT TO BUT SMALL HOrSE and
Funeral services were held at .Atndeaaik, .. X. 5.' McDatld. Rt. J Box 57%. lot la Starke or short distance out.
MAKE US PROVE IT! training period. 'The trophy wiD I ,-- t.rfc. Up Will >ay Wall cash. Sidney"Hansea.Sl .1
10 a. m. Thursday.. In the ) V. Cloir S'. Up
be retained by the, winningunit &J FOR -B LE-Un
Jones Chapel with Bev. Don- Plymouth Plaza --- 1
y.-Seafoam GreeD 4 Door Sedan. FOR ..RENT-Small farm
OPEN TIL 9:00 PJU. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ald Kokomoor and Rev Marshall at its home station until MajI960 ....... AstoaiaUc Transmission. Heater Modern V Conveniences '>ear>dwentng tow.

Gamble officiating. Burial was when it will be returned'tcthe ,; JEROME. JOHNS OIL (COMPANY Wt.: Down Can Fan TlnanceFtlaiw [!)n'-I.,! E r""n.. Tm". Areflf'T ttehvii ,.
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rain graduation at I I and daughter Mr. and'Mrs. Mickey Bernice Evans Pope, whose rasldence SOTICK TO DEFEND I Hart. 301 Smith Building, Jackson
attended -
children Rural Carrier I i Tax Sale Brings and address is: Edison GorpU. !. Clrralt f..r1. Bradford C.anty, tulle 2. Florida, and file tbe original
FSU last weekend and also visited:I Mercer during the weekend.Mr. care of Pernice Peterson. Fl.rda; : la rfc"......r1. I In the office of the Clerk of the
STATE FARM Mrs. Jane's parents at Chatte-i and Mrs. Cecil Rowe of For Brooker P. O. You are hereby notified that ft Margaret O. Tic, Plaintiff, VS. Neil Circuit Court on or before the IS
of July. 1555 otherwise the a1lrgations
has day
$2,870 For 89 suit for divorce been filed V. Tief. Defendant. '
Jane's brother was .. "
hoochee. Mrs. Starke and Bill Gnann of Keystone Up For ExaminationAn against you In the above nam..dCourt f a.d i mplaint 'will be'akrn
Case! No. 12.751'TOTICF. ,
cne of the FSU graduates.Mrs. I and cause and you are required I as -"nf<-'<'r By Sirs. 0. E. CrosbyIIAAAAALAAVWAAAALALAAA Heights were supper guestsof 'Parcels Of Land to serve.a copy of your answer TOPPER T.l This n..ti"'e shall published onceach .
i John Crews and childrenof Mrs. Rowe's parents, Mr. and I examination for Rural Car- or pleading to the compaint on Neil V. Tice, whose residence and week for four consecnIUek

Monticello are spending a few Mrs. A. W. Brown, Monday.Mrs. I rier for the Brooker post office po.. tiff Plaintiffs 206 Guaranty Attorney.Life Chas.Building R.Hess ., I address is: 1'nknown. 'I -..kin the Bradford County Tel..

Mr. and Mis. Woods are receiving days with her husband and his O. E. Crosby and Mrs T. will be open for acceptance of applications Tax Collector J. R. Kelly said Jacksonville 2. Florida and file the i. Milt You for are divorce hereby notified that a 1 1I (t egraph.; thi. 4 day of June 1$;$. flt.it.4l
G. E. until June 23, accordingto this week that delinquent tax certificates original in the office of the Clerk I haft been f'iJ..11 i(!I !nFFICI.I.E.v .
congratulations upon the parents, Mr. and Mrs. N Norman i 'iralnsf yon in the abonjni...l ,
birth: of I. recently visited Rev. an announcement by the U. S. on 89 parcels of land were of th? Circuit Court on or before (".urt and taus. and yon II'*- r... :f CHAKI.BS A. DAnBT.'
Kimberly Dianna, five 1939: otherwise
a Crews. Aton: the IS day of July. .
Stephens who is .
a patient i"ird t<> >er\e a 'i .I.0' your answer Clerk;; of the Circuit Court
Pound girl, Civil Service Commission. sold to the best bidders at the the allegation of said Complaint :
Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turnage in St. Vincent's Hospital Jack sill he taken as confessed by von or Pleading In the complaint ->TI Rv Marian L Crosby Deputy Clerk.
Hospital last Thursday. and children of Atlanta. Ga. are sonville. Applicants must take a written tecent public sale. The sale This notice shall he publishn.: : the I'bintirrOUnrn..y Gerald I: lil1n :2

Mrs. M. C. Roberts, Mrs. Medford visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs.A. test; must have lived within the retted the county 287002. j 03h week for four ,cnnwnmei "
Don't forget homecoming at *ks in the Bradford Countv Trlejrraph. -
Shealy tnd Mr. and Mrs. C: Belche, this week. delivery of the office for one year Kelly said returns on these certificates -!i FOR THE
Herbert [Bud) Whitten are all Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Spencer of I Raiford Baptist Church Sunday, immediately preceding: the closing 'brouglR collections onj i I i Dated this 4 day of June '!II: : SPORTSMAN

Patients at Bradford County Hos- Jacksonville spent Saturday night June 14. Everyone is invited. date of the examination; and must this year's tax roll to approximately -, (OFFICIAL SEAL) ,

pital. Mrs. Drew Sweat. Mrs. X. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. have reached their 18th birthdayon 99 per cent of the total assess-' CliARLES A. DARBY. WE HAVE A

L. Johnson and Mrs. C. J. John- O. E. Crosby. At The TabernacleRev. or before th< closing date for rnent. This figure allows for discounts -: :Marian Clerk: of I. the Crosby Cir<-nil 1".1.C ui"Ry !.>rk Complete StockOF KIN DIVING t
are also ill. Mr and Mrs. Britt Alvarez of I acceptance- of application. Thereis given to those persons who CI14t -, :

-Mr. and Mrs. Joe James and Palatka visited their son-in-law and Mrs. C. E. Dibble of I: no maximum age limit, but per- made early payments and penal-!I U. S.
Fenney Farms, accompanied- by- sons who have nagged the age of, ties assessed on those who failed I
I;Mr. Dibble's son Rev. C. D. Dibble -,70 may be considered only for to meet the tax deadline. I i BEST QUALITY

I and family of Warren, Ind. i temporary renewable. appointments The Tax Collector said he has I SALE !
FIRST BAPTIST Church -- Starke were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. of one year. prepared 53 warrants for failure i ; Also
.. Quigley at the Tabernacle last Complete information and in- --- ---
to pay personal property tax. Thisis I
Saturday. The Dibbles
are evan-
Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor structions may be obtained at the the largest number of delinquents Ii
telistic workers and while here Brooker post office. Applicationform has had he i Cypress Garden *
Kelly since Spear Guns
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town cave a short recital of sacred music -
must be filed with the U. S. FEDDERS'WORLD'S
took office in 1949. The warrants : *
Phones: Office WO 4-6801 Pastorium WO 9-2301 over the Tabernacle broadcast Civil Service Commission. Wash. will be served /toy sheriffs officers Skiis Goggles

system.! ington D. C. and must be received who have power' to attach sufficient FINEST Ski Ropes Flippers

SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. The postponed picnic supper for or postmarked not later than property to pay the delin- *
the Bible School children held June 23.LawteY. i Ski Belts Snorkles
was quent taxes if they are met oy
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. Saturday night. Due to inclement refusals to pay.The Air Conditioners

Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.A weather the group met in Platform real estate certificates were i '! See It All At
the Tabernacle annex for a ham- sold after being advertised for 115V or 230V

FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU rurger supper followed by two educational Being ReflooredFor four consecutive weeks starting All Sizes Available i

film stnps. May 7. All taxes not paid became -
Recreation Use
Communion was observed after delinquent April 1.

the Sunday morning message, with Reflooring of the Lawtey Rec-
Fied Sacher of Park of the Palms ration platform was started last
,taking part in the service. week /toy Hubbard Harley and Early Request
V. R. Ferguson, of the recreation Xmas NO MONEY DOWN

HOPE BAPTIST (,1WRCJIPaul committee, and three young vol- for Toys

ONTERMITES W. Murray, pastor. Seven Cost of the materials, including (Issued. By Elks#

miles south of Starke on S. R. 100. glass for window repair, was $239 Repair

Sunday School. 10 am.; Wor- and was paid by City Council. It might seem a little early to

ship service, 11 a.m.: Training Boys helping the men were Joe start thinking about Chrisfmas One Full HP115V I Add Rooms --- Carport ---
Harley, Tommy Carter and Bobby -
toys, but that's what the localElks
Union 7 8pm.
p.m.; Evening worship, I
Bates. lodge would like for resi- $ o i Bath Room
dents of Starke and vicinity to .
i Wednesday Prayer meeting .............T.......... do.
Let me check your home and put 7:30: pm. ''I Exalted Ruler Owen Vaughan I (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES -

Exeryone welcome.Madison GRIFFIS LOOPBy .says that a drive, will be made to I )

mind i collect old toys, such as bicycles
your at ease I Time To
tricycles V Re-roof
Verble Anderson I : wagons, and others during '
: the next few weeks so there
.will be ample time to get them

Visiting Mrs. Rachel Sasser and :.repaired to give away during the SALES

1 Baptist Church Mrs. Brown during this weekend Elks annual distribution of Christ- WO STARKE BUILDERSSUPPLIES

((900 'Block W. Madison St.) were Hutlee Clark, Glenda Brown i mas baskets. I

and Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Byrd "The trustie at the State Pris- 4-4975
Services Each Lord's! Day and family. on who reconditioned our toys

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown and last year does an excellent job, tjrb SERVICE INC.
School 9:43 AJVI.
Sunday eon Roy of Groveland visited Mr. and will do so again this year"

Inspections With No Obligation Morning Worship 11:00 AM. and Mrs. Willie Green and Mr. Mr. Vaughan said. "However he

Training Union 6:45 P3I. and Mrs. Zenus Griffis, recently. has to do this work in his spare AT S.A.L. DEPOT STARKE, FLA.

CALL AO 4.3965 Evening Worship 8:00 P.M. Mrs Harold Black and daughterof time and needs more time than
Lakeland visited Mrs. Black's ue gave him last year. We would I

PRAYER MEETING family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey like to collect these items in the ,
Wednesday 7SO P3L next few -- -- -
and attended the graduation of weeks so that he can

Gerald Gainey. start repairing them at once,"
Nursery Open Mrs. Julius Kowatch entertained ,the: Elks official said.

A Cordial Welcome ExtendedTo 52 relatives and friends at a recent : Anyone having discarded wheel FREE SHOW

All Who Will Worship With family reunion held at her home. i toys and other items to donate

. AND ,CHEMICAL .CO. Us. Mark Moore is home.on vaca? to this cause 'may leave them ati I II' .. ____ _, .-. ..- :.....a I ,- .
turn. from'renege. 'any'Phillips! 66 Station or call

224 N. Temple Ave. Starker Fla. I J. H. Mabry Jr., Pastor Mrs. Audrey Woods of Wauch- I'Mr. Vaughan at WO 45971.H01IECOlDNG .
ula is visiting her sisters, Mrs. : .
Pete Griffis and Mrs. Julius Ko
watch this week. AT RAIFORD BAPTIST THE

Brother Cecil Crawford brought Homecoming Day will be observed -

ADVANCE IN FLORIDA the messages at both morning and Sunday, June 14, at the First
evening services at Boat rain Baptist Church in Raiford. All

LAND LOCATED & IMP. FOR PROFIT & GAIN Baptist Church. We hope he and friends, former members, and FLORIDA THEATRE
Mrs. Crawford will be with us a- pastors are invited. A basket

luncheon will be served at 1
and Mrs. Art Waldron of o'clock.
2949 ACRESIN Lake Placid visited Mrs. Waldron's
father. Gene Griffis, recently. Board of County Commission-
Myrtle Ann Hinson was theguest trs of Bradford County Florida
2 TRACTSONLY will; meet at the Courthouse in the -
of her grandmother Mrs. Clerk's Offio on Monday the 5th I
Priest. last week. 1 of July A. D. 195S, as a Board of i
( 6 MILES APART) WED. JUNE 17 Equalizers for the pnrpnse of hearing -
aunts Martha this'week Green at is Groveland.visiting her complaints al to the value and receiving of any property testimony << Up Your FREE Tickets at the Following MerchantsSimmons'

10 A.M. RAIN OR SHINE! Mr. and Mrs. George. Hendron real or personal or mixed as
Lied hy the Tax Assessor for the
ACRE KOKOMO FARMS GOING NOW! and family of Little Rock Ark. year 1959. against the owner or Koch Drugs Starke Hardware Co.
(1) 1,587 visited Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green agent of such property.
Harold K. Norman

460 Acres Pecans & Grassland GAINESVILLE, FLA. Mr.other and relatives Mrs. Zenus here before Griffis they and Chairman County Commissioners of Board of Ace Electric Service City Barber Shop

160 Acres Fine Open Pastures Drive west from Gainesville on State embarked for Africa. Bradford County, Florida
145 Acres of Planted Pines Highway 26 for 14 miles to the prop- The Intermediate Sunday CHARLES A. DARBT Terwillegar Motors Barksdale's Dept. Store

erty. 7,000 ft. highway frontage. Ap- School class enjoyed a skating Clerk and Auditor.

4 Hmesest Fences, Bldgs,, etc. prox. 1 mile from model town, New- party at Lake Butler, Tuesday It Shepherd Radio & TVRobbins' Local Finance Co. of Starke

Lavishly Rich Row Crop Land berry_ in a developing area.' night. Gene Griffis and T. R. ABA\DO\Kb XOTIfK MOTORKHinF.S OF !U.E OF I

O'Brien went with them. Notice is hereby given that I. PIX Dept. Store Gem Jewelry
(2) 1,362 ACRES FRED CONE FARM! Reddish, as Sheriff of Pradford
Formerly .
County Florida under and bv virtue .
.VVV........ ......VVyf ,
FLA. of a certain order issued out - -"
600 Acres Flawless Grassland GAINESVILLE, of the County Judge's Court of

Drive west on State 26 for 11 miles to Shaw NORTH SIDEBy Bradford County Florida on June
Bonus Yields of Row Crops 1: In,. will sell at public sale! the
Rd., at Farmsworth Store. Turn North S abandoned motor vehicles hereinafter

Homes for Modern Living ]-% mL to property. About 5 mL paved Mrs..Carl Brown for described rash. said to the vehicles highest being bidder ot- ...

Pines and Hardwood .for Cash frontage on Hwy. 241 and road to Gainesville 4 .. &AAA&&AA&AAA A & described ..:
One 1)50 Chevorlet 3 door sedan .
home of UnI,'. of Fla..lnd'"try. culture, and motor no. HA JUKI ': / I
Mrs. Ola Mae Sapp son
Bid gs. :and Fences to Match Land One 1956 Packard 4 door sedan!
recreation and shopping facilities. Charles attended the wedding of ser. no. ::62-149I4 ..

Miss Jean Sapp of Gainesville, One 1S4J Ford I door ser, no.
Sunday afternoon. ,,. .
One 1S4! Ford 2 door sedan r.
PROFIT MANY FACTORS FOR GAIN Miss Joan Bullard of Jacksonville no. 9XBA7J3127One

Prize location sound improvement : 'otments. Cash from many sources watermelons attended the graduation Friday no H6 1S4&916?.Ruirk Roadmaster. 'Pr. .. -... '-
of Blain Thompson. The said sale will be held at -
best natural advantages bothtractr cucumbers .
Nature's produce, corn grain Johnny of Mr. and Mrs. twelve o'clock noon on Monday. .
: automatically give you more of all that grow any-thing. Plenty help available. I' June 24. 1'$' at the East door "f i ,
Cowart Sr. is home on 10 "
the Bradford County Court Hone
ofdiminishing ,
makes real estate desirable! in these day
land supply and inflation. Fla. GREEN GOLD FIXES FOR SECURITY days leave from Fort Bragg. N. C. in Starke.P.Flnrid D. Reddish. Sheriff THE IHVISISLE SARCAIH

grows' at a dazzling pace. Thousands of acres 145 acres of pines planted on Kokomo Farm in Pastor and Mrs. H. R. Norman Bradford County Floridat I

are quickly being put to uv. To make money 1941 and 1950 that need thinning for pulpwoOd. were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. SHCLL when you buy your car is i
500 in the other farm with and Mrs. J. J. Cowart. '.
get this land near Gainesville. You set the price. acres pines on FOR BID!
healthy pines and hardwood. With good man.agement. Miss Jean Carter is visiting Mr. Sealed Bids: Will Re Received Py
DELUXE GRASSLAND: Fla. cattlemen make have a perpetual income. Cruise timber and Mrs. Tatum of Jacksonville The City Council Of The Pity Of A LOW-COSJ tAUK AUTO LOAN
!Stark Florida. At The City Hall
Ls estimated
when sale.
1975 and to
now. By pop. come
money and attended the revival at Trin- fa Starke. Florida. Until 7:AQ
to be 225 million think what having land should ity Baptist Church with them. ')'(' ....k P. M, On Tuesday. July 7. ... ft
mean. On Kokomo Farms, cattle graze in a 460 LIMESTONE DEPOSITS: :Mines adjoin Kokomo Whitaker and A. D. 1S39. At Which Tim- AndIHace ,
Mr. and Mrs. M.
pecan grove. Fine Stuart & moneymakertrees Farms and there's an estimated minion tons on All Bids Received Will Re ... Only you and your banker see this port of
acre Pikesville. Ky. this week. Publicly Onened And Read Aloud
: r
and good pecan markets near. Also 160 the property. Check<< the possibility of mining .onJt1'M On Th.. Following) : "'
of open pasture. Other farm has about 600 a royalty basis. Happy birthday to Linda Adkins Two new 195:: tnd r sedans.' .- your auto bargain. let us tell you how yaw ,'
both of whom ....
!" Both fenced andcross and Douglas Martin color) black. Tht! police special '" .
acres<< of unproved pastures. BETTER LIVING: 4 modern homes on Kokomo had birthday anniversaries last with a mimimum of 200 h.p. "
fenced. Water in every pasture. Buildings and with a minimum of 114 inch"vhe -. :. can finance your auto for less and includt .
Farms 2 on other farm. Every convenience. i .
; 1 bare, eqnlnned with heavy
Tobacco barns
match the land are up. corrals week.Mrs.
to Good, grazing more days in the U. of Fla. near. Best hunting & fishing near. Lucille Rowe and Billy duty brakes radiator fan and .:i : your insurance premium too with a con ,;
etc. LeereNevilleeaamp '
go. turn indicators. .
: Grand communities with high home and civic Martin were Tuesday supper All .X '' ---
year pays off here. standards. Profit and enjoyment depends upon guests of the Carl Browns. extra police"alternator requirement system.to be -<.: yeruent bank auto toarfa -
possession so be at this sale. excluded and ml>mited on new : '
ROW CROP LAND-Both farms have big Mrs. J. S. Norman and Michael police car. The following to be
of rich, mellow, easnf tilled land niiere'yuu 'can BOTH FARMS SUBDIVIDED OR OFFERED Cowart are on the sick list this traded: .
to advantage. Good tobacco al- week. Mrs..Norman is a patient 1 One 11! ;'. Tudor Ford Sedan.
use AS A WHOLE! We touch -
can only on highlights 2. One 1>58. Tudor'Dodjre Swirl
here. Plan a holiday and inspect every daughter Joan are visiting in Bids mast be' submitted sep:
feature, then be at the sale. You set the,price. in Riverside Hospital. ntely on Hems No. 1 and 2. Car
'o b. traded can b* seen at PolkHeadquarter
Will Be Held At North Side Baptist Church
Sale .
1 TERMS! The .aldIty<< r<
Thursday 8 p.m.. Brotherhood serves the right to accept or r< -FLORIDA.

L. KOKOMO FARMS I meeting. sect any or City all bids.o' tnr1r... Florid

Friday June 12, 8 pjn., WMU Rr: CARL JOHXS
'BROCHURE! Shows pictures and gives de J L Todd Auctiona .Co.P. meeting. City Clerk,
want more de- 2t 11 1 BANK AT STARKE
Call our office If you Sunday, regular services. .

tails. O. Box 678 Ocala Hotel Monday. 8 pm. Pastor and of- !. rtremlt NOTICE r_...TO. Bradford DF-FEXD Covat One of 28 Banks of the Florida National Group Member Federal Deposit Iuaruce Corp. y
fcers meeting. FlrM IB ........-.
BARBECUE FOR ALL OCALA FLORIDA Tuesday. 8 pjn. Choir practice. filynn Pop*. Plaintiff vs. Bem1<
Evans Pope, Defendant.
Wednesday.8 p.m., Prayer meet- Cn.* No. 12-7:

ing. ..tr NOTICE TO APPEAR To:



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PAGE,EIGHT ?AtRCD.tm..m..nnnt .\Y. JTVB 11.
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+m.V4 } office of the ,
the rhk .
11:15 in I
a. m. to their new home near Gainesville. of these children received st 50- wonderful message en the test, :OTICK. : TO PEFE'P I Circuit Court on or I.. ;. .
City Has Built .
Mr. Hobbs will be at Hampton i This position OB the council cent piece on the last diy of the LQ7aity.01 Love, talen from 1* Clrr.lt (...l. B""n.rol.. C aaty.Fletiaar Cay of July- ls5'.Negations .,'*" ,; ... ,6.

;. HAMPTON Elementary School, each weekday : will not be filled until the regular school. Ruth lfi; AD who misled this .Over Three Miles leery Criffis I. tfcimrfr Plaintiff* vs. Ruby {be. taken as of confe.d aid <>i,., .c,, ., If"""

afternoon throughout the sum- !city election in September. "These children and their par- message really missed a- blessing. 'Sewer J.ird Griffis Pf'ff'ndant. This notice. hall .Urnce ;. '.
87 Bin. D. 1;. mil 'mer. Present for the meeting were ents should be commended for Come ntzt Sunday and see how Since 1955More :>otlr Tn: Trptar Ruby < the Dradr.rl .
I weeks In :
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1AAA14ILAAAAAAAAAAaAAAAArSwimming : Council Discusses all councilmen the mayor clerk,I the; effort which WAS fl *de< to many ere m Sunday SchooL than three miles of sanitary ; Loral Rain Damage and city marshal.L. keep them in school" Mrs.: Perkins Nellie Wilkinson taken You are filt'd
Mrs. was sewer lines have been flllt for divorce has been Paled thi. :s day o' u t\ ,,,,.
'a Lessons For Children Street repairs and maintenance I A. Fntch Former Resident said. "The attendance of the sick Sunday morning and was against you In the above named 'SEA L)
Instructional swimming lessons' necessary because of rain damage, i'I Dies In Clewiston I school as a whole was good., she not able to attend church Sun- ed by the city since 1955, install-I' Court and cause and copy you of are youranswer required CHARLES<< A. 11 \fr. ., Y.
ing to statistics presented to nerve Clerk of the fir '
was the main topic of discussionat Leslie Arthur Futch, 47 died added. The annual report shoved day evening. We were unable to or pleading to the com- ,
are available to Hampton children : Council last week by street ;: By Marian L CroshcThat's i 1'1', ..
the June meeting of HamptonCity at his home in Clewiston on Friday -I j i 94 percent of t.he.children. were. In ,. attend also as.Buddy takes us. We li'iint on the Plaintiff'sttorm'y orgmal 4 It ..,
thif engineer S. R. Hicks. I and file the
under the i: K. IVrryman
summer Council at the hall May 29. A native of Hampton : .
I I city -I school throughout the year. hope Nellie U much. better at this -
Bradford county summer program,I Tuesday evening, June 2. I Mr. Futch was the son of the!' The school enrolled 150 children wrifing. From 1955 to the present date ,I Our Business

with bus transportation from I I There have been some minor ,ate Arthur Futch and lived here j'I during the year. The school We were glad to have Grandma 11.315 feet of 8-inch pipe and I

Hampton each weekday morning. washouts in the city's streets and for many years. He had operatedi averaged 117 for the year, plusan !ndarrlS back' in prayer' meeting 5,374 feet of 6-inch pipe have I If It's Glass> We Havt Ill!

Starting on Monday this week, storm sewer drainage has been i Futch Funeral Home in Clew average of 14 of the exceptional j Wednesday. night and Sun.day been laid. Cost in installing sani- CALL WRITE or VISIT
the bus picks up children [who slow. No definite action was tak- iston since 1949. children's group making an School and. church Sunday. tary sewer lines depends on the 1

have been in school at least one en at the meeting. I Survivors include his wife, Elsie average of 131 for the entire but she tells us she is going back depth the pipe must be laid. Tak- Glass
year] at the Hampton postofficeat Ben Saxon donated 15 benches I and a daughter Marcia, of hool. t o" Macclenny to stay with her ing $5 per foot a conservative Joe Peters CoIf .

8 a. m. The swimming program, .I from the old Methodist Church i Clewiston; his mother, :Mrs. Emma During the year, Mrs. Perkins fotheXi, Willie 1 Carter and wife. estimate according Mr. Hicks, the
under the supervision of J. C. : which is being torn down to the B. Futch of Clermont; a sister said 18,026 lunches were served We' miSs hef 'when-she is gone as city spent about $83,415 on sanitary qR ANY GLASS NEED

Hobbs incoming principal of :I tcwn for public use. and for the I Mrs. Lois Callahan of Lakeland in the lunchroom. she, Is' a regular attendant at sewer during this four year We Design$ Modern\ Store Fronts
Hampton School takes place at use of the recreation department. and his grandmother Mrs.j Personals church when she"is where she can period. Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Kingsley Lake, with 10 instructors !The council voted to have the ''G. W. Alderman of Starke. Visiting here last week with be with tttf. -- Much of the pipe has been installed Table Tops

present each day. Students may : benches painted and placed Funeral services were held last{ Mrs. J. L. Williams were Mr. andi Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Strick- in the East Call St. area Phone FR.
wear their swimming: outfits or around the Hampton Elementary Monday morning at St. Mark's i i Mrs. Carlos Dixon and daughters land and Mrs. Strickland's mo- where, : pipe must be laid at a depth 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. 2-H5J

Change at Camp Blanding. Each schoolground.:: Episcopal Church Clewiston with I Sandra and Carla of SpringviOe, thtf' rout Lake City visited Untie of 15 feet thus increasing the I I

will need a towel. The bus returns The council accepted the resig- burial at Ridgelawn Cemetery. Ala., and Mrs. Williams' sister, Jin and Aunt Bessie Strick- cost of labor. ,, -

the children to the Hamp- nation of Frank Williams councilman Honor guards. of the VFW and Mrs. Palestine Presley of Trenton.. hind Sunday afternoon, also visit The policy of the city. City I

ton postoffice as approximately : since he moved last week 'American Legion rendered military I Ga. All were dinner guests at the ed Sidney's! mother at Starke" Clerk Carl Johns said, is to lay I Factory Prices

.. honors. !home of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Mat- Sunday" HfWrnoon. They told us I sewer throughout the city as fast-
The perfect tribute toa 1 Attending the funeral from chett Wednesday evening.Mr. they have been having as muchcr (!as is economically feasible. I
Hampton were Mrs. T. F. Brown j and Mrs. E. D. Allen had more rain there than We have I
cherished memory Raleigh Brannen and Mrs. T. J.I as visitors last week: Mr. and had here. Well they aren't trying

Alderman and Mrs. G. W. Alderman Mrs. F. D. Cantrell and son and to farm any, not even raise a a series of lectures at Highland One Quart FREE With Each
Every funeral that we conduct i of Starke. Carl Ward of Claremore Okla., !erden. so they get by better than Church next week beginningnext -' or Gallon One you buy

is a source of sustaining School Attendance High and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chas- some of us. WE still say our Great Sunday night June 14 at 8

solace and spiritual inspiration 1 + For 1958.59 Term tam of Jackson. Ala. Master knows best and sends What and closing Saturday night. Sunday PAINT
to the family. There were 17 pupils at Hamp- Mrs. T. P. Brown left Sundayfor he sees best to send, so if he sees June 21, there will be dinner MARY CARTER STOREI
ton Elementary School who did Miami to attend graduation best to send rain-let it rain! and on the grounds and a sociable I
Hundreds of details are managed and economically not miss one day of school dur- : exercises for her granddaughter do not complain! time for all. All are invited to 501 N. W. Sth Are. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6-75S8

trig the 1958-59 school term Mrs. Louise Weest, daughter of Mr. and Rev. Jim Strickland is to give attend these lectures. -
attended to that only trained and careful
a Oa! M. Perkins principal said Mrs. Gordon Weest of Miami. -
organization can perform when the urgent need this week. Ii Mr. and Mrs. Bill Menafee of (

for serving is at hand.DeWITT They were, first grade. Elva Monterey Park. Calif visited here

Jean Baker: second, Kenneth this week with Mr. and Mrs
C. JONES Johns, Harry Baker, Phyllis Meng, H. B. Wiggins. Mrs. Menafee is

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE: SERVICE Madonna Meng; third Joanne Mrs. Wiggins' sister. Now In STARKE

PHONES: "'0 4-2600 WO 4.2610 Slade, Ronald Birt Carolyn Meng. Mr. end Mrs. tfaleigh Brannenwere
Rita Meng, Sally Ann Hunter, Jacksonville visitors on
highest type service at lowest prices and accept
Gary Johns; fifth, Edith Ann .Thursday last week.
ANY life Insurance policy in force, issued by ANY company aa Baker. Linda Sue Batten: sixth. Misses frefl and Amelia Williims North Florida's most progressive

payment in part or jo fun on funeral services. Consultation Odessa Melton: eighth, Stevie spent last weekend in Jacksonville STAR S HOMES
builder of
carries no obligation. Varnum; Mrs. Haines' room Linda with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Rhoden Lawrence Meng. EachHere Haddock and family. homes is proud to announcethe

I t i Mr. and }Mrs. D. H. Crawford opening of their new office in

and children spent last weekend- North Florida's most progressivecity.
visiting in Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. frank Williamsand .
children moved last week
from Hampton to their new horde .

I en the Newn n.s Lake toad. near ;
.t R arse. Gainesville. The New [ilitlAimt'mlliltl.'llli\111Iillltwf!' \

..j O CM I Mr. and Mrs. D. 1;. Hffl' and ... ... ...... ...... .. .. .
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daughters weekend in '
spent :: '::;;;{ ttr:;:;: ;;! ;'
timN) :;
Gene Bradenton Clouse with and family.Mr. and Mrs STARKE E : !

Mrs. W. H. Mawefl visited in lrll
Jacksonville one day last week.

'r "'..p with her daughter and family. OffIce & ;

Mrs. Olen Hicks entered Doc- u......,...:..' .'" j ................."....
tor's Hospital in Starke Sunday. s

: v 7 tL fcr an operation. Model Home ........... 7 .

I Otis Fbrsyth has Men at home ...;::.;. ___
with his family for a lu-day fuf 11.. : _xf::
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R lough from the coast guard at m. .
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Hp Petersburg Sunday Mr. and Mr3. ; : .:,::. ........ .. .....:.:: .:.;::;.... .J
h.;n .:p Otis Forsyth and children and 2117, NORTH TEMPLE } ::: .. : .. YET
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--.:: :--- Mr. and Mrs. foe ''Forsyth droveto At" .+ti.A.....*.:...;..:.;.;; ./ Rr r: Y ;4;
The Limits I ( ?
City :: ;;; o
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C'urf' Lochloosa to fake Mrs. Maz- -
- ore the greatest buys In years! Every Gulf fire l. iF

- tn every size; is available at big new savings during our zie visit Sparkman here. home after a week's Drive. Out See Us im STAR.BRITtifrfime? western cedar shingled

Red Tag Tire Sale! t b d>oom home with $5300
_, Mr. and Mrs.. Richard May and carport utility room and
oJ daughter arrived in HampWn *. TODAY'!' t -:ng windows across front. _-_, ,., .ter

Monday to visit their parents, : $43.50 tae. wittiest
per cad
carport wtifoj r"-
Mf. and Mrs. C. ,t. stay and Mr..

-- ..-s and Mrs: J. W. Home They were '

c- j enroute Air May Force is to to Homestead be since stationed completing where with Mr.the an More than 50 de3igns from $2950

air force school in AmdriD6
s Texas. ,. |IO DOWTN f ATUINT. -WO RI6 TAR. Just' ter ....

Miss Barbara Matchett left irinf yow deed-we do the rest. WC DO ; .

last Thursday for Rldgecrest, IT. MOT k1W YOUR DIED. ._-r.. "a .,.. =,."'" .-. ? "" _,.__. ;
C. for a week. ., .
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Mr and Mrs. Charles CreWs O YOU** nn AND CUAK, m LESS THAN .
and family of Kingsley Lake andMts.
SIX YIARS. Financing includes it
.. Wilma Knight and dau.f1- closing
!.t-rs. and her niece Norma ilari- I,. title imurance and 3 full years fire '
: :":
cil of Jacksonville were all Sun- : I irtourano*.. 4* ? f_': ?,'- '''' t .<
day visitors at the home of Mrs. tCWCICf"-' ;.:" d- ,... .
Western Cedar ---
Ira Knight and son. Ronnie. ij. i
l lI Bruce Maxwell of South Efekota Sk6aer. + w Novetty Siding. Board and Batten. ,
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visited here with Mr. and Mrs. ..s .w.: y t
ySidm" Asbestos Shingles I or attract- '" ,
:l'i .
ar: i,::r.- ,,
.-- W. H. Mavwell. on the last two' ....applbilaf ions. tfBHMalAto.a'.atra ,pr 'r::.. ...-",-..; -c, ; .::..: ,' 4.r.: __ w
Sundays, while getting located inJrcfcsotiville.

f HOT WlPAI. Floor plans: can be cKlnged or THE NORTH STAR $*. *. eaoder+4 J..Wo

Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hicksof WI can use your own plan. ., .....\.. room home featuring pal attraceiw
wlsoal aye
Gulf Cushion Tire Orlando and Mrs. ..MamieMrade '
of Hampton, who haS been YOU SAVf S WITH STAt HOMO. Com.pfetely I' I angement at a most ttoacfe pric. ...

I THE staying with the Hicks spent fMshad! ON the outside floored and a only $4X90 per ., Ii.
Saturday and Sunday here visit-
-lilt all framing far hide wails in place-- -,,, .
friends and attended
ing church. .,.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thomas dM/fted w Mint TfoW ca* easily fInisa IM .. :- ," :- '' "ylAMiw
i .,, __ ,,
tr; and family moved last We ek to' MI M4 $i.OOO. 53OOQ.rr ;f;: ;;- e y

95 > \Wide flflVtread Hawthorne. '" Home* ere not usual a1cell x

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!**l!tr-keck. these EXTRAttstwre -' .,
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Non-skid ,
[ design ,
CLAY HILLby -- ---.r- '
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> Black sidewaD tubetype5"4ffas Mr*. 1. J.. StrfckHU ITAI .HATVtB' : fUU LrOOT CIitfNGs.&Ira r
\ i MAC foundation-J s*ns. Afl tic and
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It :iz: tax an3 recoppatfe froot 4jS .ioiattt. owioMd. Double> framine on tfoore and TW SOVTHEJM CBOSQAe : tpecbei, l1k
Homecoming services at the .
-t---- J WifdJwL+ rex(;" 'gists. N reherS left-r ids bedccae: ttota oIfefs +
Clay Hill Baptist church will .be Ne.b_ re ea .e
next Sunday June 14. Sunday paint.:Meal awes .drip -and-210-powd- heavy. bftf iA Bowe tta p N. R boala r

School will begin at 10 a. in.. a.,Klr 44A&S for' extra roof life. ..pot d attractive ate-\ of Bo.tf and 4lanaa adNR

morning worship at 11, followed .ttaidar.aR roof and siding for extra ... EftMirae Westerg Cedar .
h, by dinner on the grounds. Afl are :
t.la.111. r. 'yr _...... .
a q invited to attend. Any special .., tty.559.90 pee
singers are invited to sing in the a..ria
Backed Iiy rat tr ar -
afternoon. See. %'MODE HOME
ay A fS! 'ii!7 the famous Vacation Bible School will begin I STAR HOMES: L c. BRCT.3 I It
at the Clay Bill Baptist 2117 X.
Gulf Homo a 2117 N. Temple I (U. S. 301)) Temple
; church June 15 through 19, fee*
at City Limits I Florida[ (Please Print) I
ginning each morning at 830.: :.

Too COB Be sore lasting until 11:30. Registration Or Mail D Please ... .. I ft& stlsder aW laaoit;,1 --
t_, \i; that the qocfity day will be June 13. from *:30: to this Coupon l F I .... t.c I

; ; of any Guff Tare 10:30.: at the church. A11'chJ1.: OR PHONE n I,laeee k". rr. reya.a.eeaMe 'dt r ttrlaa.tlttNl .
f' you buy is backed dren are urged to attend. .!' ie M satiiatio. t. .Mir -
The Adult men won the attendance '1/1 I I

t\t by Gulf. banner at the Higl11&Bd WO 41221Now -. '

k church again last Sunday. We : _
are glad our men are showing 86 I "- I
i{?jf Now Safe Guff Tires Now at Big Savings! much interest in attending :Sun- In LI I II ..; -

day SchooL We had 56 presentall '
CITY .. -
See Your Nearest Gulf Dealer Listed Below told where were Our women STARKEZ117 I -I r PHONE __ _. _
We will not tell how many of our N. TeM le (C. 8.SOI T -
:t'r .. _.. ,. __ let's try
,..:;" t''i' '4'.n, ?"O. '< "': ,. class were present '
;;., .t: k4'r. :.;..'; .-. ,,4' v
; :<; $: 'ti< w 't'j to take this banner from the \ at City,Limits
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men next Sunday; let folks know
we women are on the Job as wefl pen: Dafly 8:30 arm,
'* Tanner's Giiif Service Faulkner's -
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as the men and Intermediates! s tl.; Sttndigil.' =
The general grade was only 4t 2 to 6 pan. ;
CON l'. s. joi AND SR 16 263 X. TEMPLE (U. S. 301)) per cent. t
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Rev. Chcra preached

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, the land Bighams.were also weekend guests of 'Edwards and children of Gainesville daughter Carolyn visited relativesm Rex Wilkinson has broken his arm 1', were; guests of Mrs. Fanny Griffis ', In Tkr nfl-IIU. C_r.t Of FUrMa I I I II' 'I t 11\ny, In the ff;.-.. ..f the il..tlt ...r'th.
and Mr. and Mrs. Ollan Par- Jacksonville Sunday.Mr and we wish him .:I>:Io.b JurfH-ial Inuit In .\.* Oi.m.. .i curl :.n and t q! I .ra l-
BROOKERBy Rudolph Stokes of Alachua'visited rish of Lake Butler. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis of a speedy re- Sunday I I' Far Bradford Char lord ''..un' Florida; un"l. I.. ......
his mother, Mrs. H. E. Stokes, covery. I I Mrs. Fannie Griffis had as her; I. ('Raarrr I[lit6lh! day of July 1"! "?. and ar
r .
Mrs. E. W. Hodges was were Sunday guests of j I > th eume time serve a "'I'v >f the!
Barbara Sue Davis Sunday night. day night guest of Mr. satur-I[Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas.Mr. Graduation exercises for 1Iaxj(i(?inner guests Monday Mr. and''',, J known taste Lucille Flonnt. therwi5C.. .. I, *an>.- oj..n 'airy Coddani I' N Wlrnt
as emit Lucille M W T orrf5 '
viile seniors were held Monday : $tit-rt. Uainc\illc. Florida
Dewey Stckes of en and
Jacksonville .Mrs. Elli Griffis of Lawtey 'i
,.......AA........ Carl Edwards cf Gainesville. This and Mrs. Reed Lewis and :air i Ltuillc Hutchinson. 1'laintifC'l, tt..m..y for the Plaintiff Upon
& && visited night at the Baldwin High School
his mother, Mrs. H. E. I IOYIn. I 's. Ilorare\ nt unt. !>t>frn< I ,
week Mrs. Hodges and the towards children of Starke visited the :Miss Sharon Griffis. failure to II"' a l>e 'rre Pro Ont"ffn -
Stokes, Saturday. Baccaulareate was held,I I NOTICK TO .\rrF:\R I: will hr entered agin; -t you.1t'ttnrss :
Little Cherie Hinton has family are on vacation at Woodrow Thomas family Friday Sunday afternoon. We sincerely' Mrs. Fanny Griffis and Mrs.Frigo 'TIIK: 'T\TK OK FI.Ollll)t TOIl : my hand and offi. Ulal
ed home after visiting return-I I Mrs. Nancy Gainey. Mrs. Mattie Kmgsky Lake. afternoon. ': !I lf..ra"'e rtlonnt mh" <>>.. residence! t.- at Starke. Florida, this Zi day
of Jacksonville visited Mrs.
Mrs. F. :\[. Vickery in DeKuniak Sowells. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes and Mr and Mrs. Woodrow wish these yotng'people the best :nd p.!.t "rf''.-* addrr! is unknown. I .>f Ma1,S!
'Daughter: Ruby attended the Mr. and Mrs. Roy Elkinson of Thomas of everything in the future. Polly Griffis Sunday afternoon. I iou arh,'i>i v notified that a flKKH'I.! SKALHMII.BS )
Springs for several !, big
and children
weeks. The were Sunday .
Worthington .mrlaln! ha> t r+ file.I against -
Springs were Sunday Diana Griffis is visiting this n A. 1>.\HBYl
meeting at Mr. and and
Vlckerys met the G. E. Green',j I Shady Grove Church the Paul Faulkner family of :Mrs. Guy Frigo 1 >u m "In 11100nam..1 <',>urnnrrcin > ,
I guests of Mrs. Mamie Hodges.Mr ei "f the <'ir<'mt Court
family at Wakaulla near Trenton Sunday. family and Mr and Mrs. Strick- week in Jacksonville with her one I'l.iiniif sefks a dir -
Springs for a [!I and Mrs. Guy Harrell Re- tarke. ,.. Y >u ar required to file jy Marian C reshy Deputy' Clerk
picnic and Cherie returned with I' Mrs. C. L. Atkinson was Sunday mona. Regenia and William Har- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson and land- and family of Jacksonville cousin. Vicki Frigo. \ air ansarr, <>r .>thr d..fnrf. if''L t ___ 414 .t ?j
night guest of the Reed Lewis
of Jacksonville
i baby were weekend -
family in rell and Brenda and Don McDavid
Mr. and :Mrs. Wallace Crews Mrs. Reed Starke. 3pent the weekend at Salt Springs. guests of Mrs. Groover Thom
; Lewis and
spent a few days in as.
Orlando with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Beach and
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Scott recently. :L.;r.f Starke Atkinson visited Mr. and Mrs. C. son of Gainesville visited Mrs. J. Approximately 40. people enjoyed -
Mrs. Wallace Saturday of last house warming given by Mrs.
Crews spent several wrek. C. Harrell and Mrs. Loca Waters
days last week with Mr. and Sunday afternoon.Mr. Cora Stokes of Earlton Beach.
Mrs. Elmo Mrs. Graynella: McLellund of Mrs. June Davis of Gainesvilleand
Yarbor of Melrose and and Mrs. Roy Arriegdale of
while there I Jacksonville was the Saturday afternoon Mrs. Patsy Eddie of Waldo
visited Mrs. Ador Ft. Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs.
guest of Mrs. G. B. Col- for Mr. and Mrs. B. '
Robimon F. Davis in
and Mrs. Walter Mann. I Fred Drew of White Meadow Lake, r 1r ,
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gay and eon.Mr.. I N. J. visited Mr. and Mrs. Eman- their new home Thursday night.
son* of :Miami: were weekend and Mrs. L. A. Davis and uel Kleinman while enroute to Games were played and prizes

Rur.cf Air. and Mrs. G. A. son of Gainesville visited Mr. and their respective homes after va- were awarded to Mrs. Theo Dyle diflF
Mrs. N. J. Davis Sunday and W.
and Mrs. Davis.
Satuirtay the Gays were visited A. cation in the north and Florida. Betty 7
Davis of Waldo and Mr. Powellof
ments of soft drinks
by and cake
Mrs. Wallace Alto .
visiting the Kleinmans
Parrish was (COUNT EM)
and Mrs. Scrivan Ga. visited the Davises were served toy' the hostess. Mrs.
Ethel Parrish of Palat- Jerry Kleinman of New York City.
Monday.Little Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Klein- Davis received many gifts. r
wn.Mr. V
and Mrs. G. W Davis and Melissa Ann Gano of man visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis were .
daughter Barbara visited Mr. and Swan Lake is spending a long I Drew for the weekend while they )luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. .

Mrs. J. c fkmy Of Gainesville weekend with her grandmother,I wire in Daytona.Mrs. L. Hardee Sr. in Jacksonville

Saturday night and Sunday after- Mrs. R. F. Gano. M. I. Ogdon of Pompano Sunday and while there visited '
Mrs. Melbree Rain and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. '
noon thr- Dorsey Theldrekelland
-isited the P L. Tomlin- Beach was Monday guest of Mr.
cons of Myrtle Sykes of High Springswere daughters.Miss .
Green Cove Springs. and Mrs. N. J. Sowells.
Sot Tr-'dv Bigham of Paris Island Mrs.Friday Mamie night dinner guestsof Miss Fay Ingram of Alachuawas Armenia Rodgers ofGs.ines"ille fJ J
i i.'i"itin? his brother Thursday night guest of Miss spent the weekend .
Biphsrn Jr. while W. E. I Those visiting the E. W. Hodges Sandra Sowells. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

The Lloyd Wood on furlough. Sr. family during the weekendwere Mrs. Mary Wilson of Live Oak, Will Rodgers.
family of Jack- I I
Mr. and Mrs. Sollie Carterof
sonville George Davis had to be rushed
and Gcano Wood I and Mrs. Clodey Brannen and
of Lake- Ft. White, Mr. and Mrs. Carl to the hospital in Starke to have
I -
Mrs. Georgia McCall of Jackson- DE
's ville were Sunday guests of Mrs. a fish hook removed from his
Bob Thomas. throat. His remark was, "I know

Mrs. Bishop Thomas and chil- how a fish feels now.

:, 1 dren visited:; her parents Mr. and

day.Mr. '

QI x and Mrs. Woodrow W. 1

Thomas! and children and Wayne .
$600CASH Stalnaker were Sunday guest of R7 bfrd. C. B. XrianAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAA' -1

Starke.Mr.Mr. and. Mrs. E. C. Lewis of Independent experts and official facts and figures prove Chevrolet's ahead of Its

and Mrs. Wilbur Thomas of Mr. a"nt1ltlrs. Wilbur Wilkinson field in seven big ways.

Gainesville were guests of his ,and son of .Jacksonville and Mrs. BEST BRAKES. In direct competitive up: "The fact is, in its price class the ENGINE. Every motor maprln8
mother Mrs. Groover Thomas. 'Wilkinson sister of England tests of repeated stops from Chevy establishes a new high in daring has given Chevy's standard afld

R ..- FOR ALL WORTHY NEEDS ___ Miss Linda Sue Thomas was were guests Sunday of Mrs and highway speeds, conducted by NAS- styling .** It's the only car of the Corvette V8's unstinted praise. A*
Thursday night guest of :Miss Kay Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson and family. both three that's Cars Illustrated it "Ifldeed
CAR, Chevy out-stopped the leading low-priced unmistakably Sports puts : ,
of Bland. Harvey Ben and Wayne GOOdY other leading low-priced cars-and modern in every line. this device is surely the most wonderfully

CONSOLIDATE BILLS Little Eddie Lewis is spendinga were guests of friends in Macclen- why not: Chevy brakes are far larger, BEST ECONOMY. No doubt responsive engine available today

TAXES few days in Gainesville with his ny Sunday afternoon.Mr. built with bonded linings for up to about this: two Chevrolet Sixes won at any price." BEST ftfDEYou'll _
REPAIRS aunt Mrs. Lamar Hall. and Mrs. Leonard fifvin of 66%longer life. BEST TRADE-IN their class in the famous Slobilgas be able to tell this yourself
MEDICAL EXPENSES The fifth and sixth grades of
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. .4.Check the figures in any N.AD.A.t: Economy Run, got the best mileage of instantly. But Motor Trend mag
Brooker school celebrated
the ending
CASH PURCHASES Oscar Wilkinson surprised Mrs. CCJe: Book. You'll find that Chevy any full-size car. BEST ROOM azine expresses it this way: **. .. the
of school with a party Mon Grace
IMPROVEMENTSReduce Herrick a surpriseJ u:3d car prices last year averaged up to Official dimensions reported to A.M.A.* smoothest, most
Budget Payments day. Refreshments were servedby ; C'nic on her birthday last Sun 4S higher than comparable models make this clear. For example, Chevy quiet, softest ridCII
the home
room mothers. Mrs. day. Mrs. Herrick F.1'R OLET
s On Furniture, Auto, was 77 years of the "other two." BEST STYLE front seat hip room is up to 5.9 inches ing car in its price
Dolly Harrell Mrs. Martie Tirmy, !
old.Mrs. Science it wider than comparable BEST class."
AppliancesPROMIT ,. Popular magazine sums cars.
t Mrs.
Madge Hicks and Mrs. Mar Mary Wellhausen is spending -
I V. ;moJ Afforiatur* for Stark Car Adwuemtnt gie Lewis. a few days with her son-in- MoujodlV AaonalM
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mizelle law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE and daughters and Miss Wanellandat'
Oscar Harris and family. Make sure you get the most for your money-see your local authorized Chevrolet dealer!
ON ALL REQUESTS enjoYed a picnic at Lake Jean and J. D. Padgett spent 1or
Butler park Sunday: Miss Sandals Saturday night with Grace and _

STOP IN OR CALL TODAY Miss: from Lucretia Worthington COmbee.was Springs. and J.John D. and D. John Padgett D. enjoyed and son.a Both fishing -

the Saturday night guest of trip. Cate t Hendry Chevrolet Co. Inc.

k Miss Linda Gaskins of Lawteywas PTA Officers Installed : -
TOWN FINANCE CO. Tuesday overnight guest of 'officers installed at the last ,

A Miss Glenda Parker. meeting of Maxville PTA for next .2lf)<( W./.C Lt STREET STARKE. FLA. PHONE WO 4-2011

144 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. Phone WO 4.9091 Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green year's term were, Helen Wflkin- '
Shirley Green and little Cherie Foci president: Jeanette Brown

Hinton accompanied Harriet Pow- vice president: Ida Lee Griffis, > -* rv
ail and Linda Green to Daytona treasurer, and Dorothy Higginb6thm a

,, Beach Sunday. The young ladies secretary. Mrs Lucille Bell .. .

MTZ PROOF v..tTpayslo feed PURINA are attending Little Women Club Fill- serve as devotional chairman. ,, :L1 L I 4 /
r convention and will be staying at Maxville'' School closed last Fri-: j J
r the Surfraw Motel for several day along with the other Duval

days.Mrs. County Schools. Each teacherJRve

Yl Mattie Sowells, Mr. and :; a party for her room and the J It 3i ifr
: Mrs. N. J. Davis and Mrs. H. E. students enjoyed themselves very !

Anni church near Palatka Sat- leirn that .none of this years -1

urday a teachers will be back next year.
Mrs. Lloyd Barry is in Hattis- Mrs. Evelyn Griffis and daughter -

.: burg;Miss. with her daughter and ; Sarah Mat visited in Mac

:gon-in-law:: the Allen Lands and runny Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. f

.N SA.t new baby daughter.Mrs. I D. L. Griffis and family. +c 1 f/
Eldon Harttee and daug-! Mrs. Dexter McPherson spent

te'-s of Stark were the Saturday Sunday afternoon with her mother _
a,. !guests of her mother Mrs. Mattie Mrs. Sarah Jane Griffis. t4

< Barry. We regret that Mrs. Griffis is ill I
v a 1 ryt' Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Chambers with a cold.

Ais < and Mrs. Eloise Eatmon of Lake Mrs. Effie Mae Peterson and l '

City were recent guests of theF. 5 on. and Mrs. Louise Lee and li .
a f F ft i P
L. Clark family. Mrs. Eroalin Bell enjoyed an out
Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Clark of ing at Kingsley Beach last Satur-

Miami and Mr. and-Mrs. Charles day night. _
Ryals of Jacksonville attended Richard and Eugene Bell and

graduation exercises, of Mamie R.E. Jones. FFA teacher. Tommy i..wt

;' ,} a -i.i.F Clark in Starke Friday flight.,,. Clark find Jimmy Coleman left
F Mamie Clark is spending this :1 tNday!'! morning for Dayton

week in Jacksonville with her : Beach * sister, Mrs. Charles Ryals. tion. They will stay until Sat-

,+ # s_ ... .. Mrs. Viola! Gillis returned' home .'rday.
"Every dairyman ought to try Milk Chow (Special)," say after visiting;: her daughter for Robert Waldron and sons oCitra f V l t'

Mr. Grant (L) .and Mr. Young, owners of Teague Dairy.Purina' two months in Okeechobee. visited his son-in-law and ,

+rr..y. -- Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stokes and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. "Oscar

Dairy Program and Milk Chow children were Monday guests of Wilkinson and family last saturday ,
hid! mother, Mrs. H< E. &t k.es. night. j -
(Special) helped Teague Dairy produce .
.' Mrs. Bessie Sapp of Raiford and f. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Godwin and .. .
'* ->. .* Mrs. Annie Kelley of Starke visited son left Saturday for Jacksonville! _ea'Ile t

682 Ibs. jnore milk per day the Clyde ,Cone family last where they ..win! visit Mrs. Goflrin's -- q'

*" ** ** .' and Mrs:
9* *v -%- .. week.Mr. grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Robersonof I. A. Bornstein. **
Lakeland were Sunday guests Mr. and.Mf3. D. J. Parrish and
Mr. E P. Young and Mr. J. O. Grant, owners of Teagt
of Mr and Mrs. Clyde Cone.. children were, visitors of Mr. and
Dairy, Montgomery, Alabama, have followed the Purina Misses Margaret and Kay Colson Mrs: Buddy. Bradshaw in Jack.

Dairy Program since 1957. They have been well pleased to of Starke are visiting their onville last Saturday. *

lee their herd production average rise from 4982 Ibs. of :randparents Mr. and Mrs. G. Mrs. Junior Goolsby and son 1

tnilk to over 6000 Ibs. of milk per cow in 1958. B. Colson this week. Harold of Baldwin were weekend ,,: ;;J r '
Mrs. !t. F. Gano
attended graduation visitors of her mother Mrs. Le-
lust two and one-half months after they switched their 144 exercise for- her grand II! Sweat and family. -- -

milking cows to this new"highefficiency'milking ration;; daughter at the Kiddie Koflfgein Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown

each cow w averaging 4.8 Ibs. more milk per day a St. Augustine Thursday: and hate" moved into their new home! THE TRAIN THAT'S 125 MILES LONG

daily herd inereast of 682 Ibs; of milk. this>week. Mr.- and 'Mrs. M.' M. >d their son and family, Mr. t .
Gano and daughters are spending and Mr*. George Brown and family .
See. us for details about Milk Chow their vacation with Mrs. Gcno .. I have moved into their old home. I. .

(Special). We have complete ihformafioh ,Mr. and Mrs. N; J. DaV l. F. B. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and El Every year our mill uses enough pulpwood to fill a train 125 miles long. _

> I Davis and children and C. D. family have moved into the" -the'distance from Fernandina Ocala.
about the Ptfrina: Dairy Program, hrIIM ,_ .. \. ; to
oaa r bowling attended the, Taylor reunion George Brown residence. f "'- .
followed by Teagoe Dairy and successful clew's' i at the Taylor Methodist TM Parris& family had Its annual r Although we maintain our own timberlands, we still buy 80% of .

dairymen whe -er cows are important Churth near Macclenny Sunday. reunion at the Parrish Cemetery ,.
Miss Lavonm Hodges and friend off Normandy Boulevard our wood from independent landowners and farmers. "_

3 .r of Jacksonville were Sunday'run.eheon last Saturday. A large number attended 'I To keep thismajor resource-the Southern woodlands-growing into

guests' of'Mr. and 'Mrs. E. .tnc1udint-.-Mr. and Mrs. tf
BROWNLEE% & ,CHASTEEN W. Hodges Sri and Ret. Thomas Leslie Sweat and family. -- '" i i the future, we replace what we use! Every year we give away without (

,i f' ., \ of High'" Springs. was a' tanner Mr and Mrs: dddy Bradshavisited t: charge over 3,000,000 pine seedlings-more than enough to replace the
Starke Florida suest. .. -.a **! _..*.' Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish .
wood in that 125-mile-long train assuring a continuous
t pulpwood l
Mrs. Melbree Rain of High and family and other relatives 4
( Springs was Sunday guest of her here during the weekend. supply for the needs of tomorrow. ;
IN n(t mother Mrs. Mamie Mrs. N. n .. .4
i.tco, Hodge. Mr; and L. Cannon.

i Mr. attL MTS.I Ralph,, Nettles Mrs. Gloria- ,Godwin and Mrs.
02GII -. end children were Sunday guests Helen Wilkinson and sen. Rex Container
. of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vorp or .' were visitors in Static list Fri- Corporation of f America; :::' ddl. Ita....

) :II'..,.a -;.-' .. Gulf Hammftck."Mrr 'I.'JY. .. .
_. -- ... find-Mrs. D. A. Hines and-We are very sorry that fitGe -_ It

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THI"RSD.Jl7XE: 11. 19.9!
'PACE TEN u _____ __._ __ _un -----

......... ytt..TT.TI I I Mrs. I I!Hush B. Ingram Jr., our principal I Mrs. J. O. Ojrilvie were in Oak I day afternoon.Mr. bald h.wiag i estate.You. claims.i IT drtnands against 1 i. t alias"tat known! of Jm as June Avery Hathcvtk Otrswell.Cars- I' a'e r'ertificale as follow Xu.: 1.

A i wIl 1 go to Bradford High School. Ridge. Tenn. this weekend and and Mrs. S. T. Shultz and I and .."..h of yuu..re lirifb ,. .11.. d.--l Year of Issuance 1>54.
. Mrs. Carolyn Canova goes to brought Nathan Starling, who has children of Hamlet N. C. and notified and required to present First publication on: June 4.Tm ISS9.! Description of Property' Com Aft

.. LAWTEY% :) th I'I't I Southside Elementary School.I.I.I been in the hospital there to his !Mr. and Mrs. Archie Carmichael : ,i.nv.r'either claims of and you demand may have. which alrin't'you. | The. alM.xe Kirrvlor: notice Or must ldwlnl.trat.rtTh. be pub- & Hoyt E of Sts.XB &((>run r. of X Proartw in:, t ts I'

I: :Mrs. Hugh Rhodes to Chipley ,home. and daughter of West Palm Beach the estate of Janir Avery CarswelU livhed in a newspaper published in !H ft. s 105 ft. w iju., '
Bj Hit. Joyce T. Futrh I I also known as Jan Hathcock Cars- | radford County. Florida once a t., I-OB in See. :S T. Ii S I:
Como and Mrs. Doyle Eubanks will join Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Tucker have returned to their homes after -
w-Il. deceased late of Eradford viek for four f'4> publications and FAll
.... A I I her husband in his new work. 9 and family of Fernandina were spending several days with County. Florida to the Honorable,j' proof of publication
;: Mrs. Eunice Kelly, Mrs. Jack Sunday guests of her mother. heir aunts and uncles Mr. and.. Thrron. A. Yawn. Jr... County Judge i i Inrnishrd by the paper filed in this I of fnless Bradford such tate:certificate of Florida or ceritf .
f Bradford
: Conntr. at his officein tffice.
Mrs. Moore Presents i Ebtes, and Bruce Rosen will attend I Mrs. Leona Edwards. Mrs. R. L. Reddish and Mr. and the County Courthouse in Starke. THKROX A. T.\WX. JR. eater shall be redeemed according
Pupils, In Recital I. in University of Florida. Mrs. M. F. Crosby and their liradford County. Florida, within'1. County Judge to law the property described .
Rev. and Mrs. Earl Moses spent
eight months from the date of the s4 4t 6 25 Mich! certificate or certificates wbe I.i I.
Mrs. W. F. Moore presented a Miss Dorothy Swanbom is
'. 1 I Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs.C. srandmother. Mrs. Carmichael. first publication of this notice I I .OTICE FOR .'PPI.U"'TIOXI i sold to the Highest bidder at 'he.
'piano recital Friday evening. June to Chicago during that the Each claim be T\ IIF.KI1 court house door on the first M t.
rek! planning a trip Very glad to report or demand must in
A. Pharis of Brunswick Ga. .
!>: !!,
5, at 8 o'clock in the auditorium : writing and must state th. pla.Pof I !S.e. 191.16. F. !*. I day in Month of July. 1 wh
Mrs. the summer. Jimmy Eunice who has been mall child of Mr. and Mrs. Shultz residence and po't-offi. addres XOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN, is: the t day of July, 1S19.:!
of, Lawtey Junior High School. .nah Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl attending Valdosta State College.is who was taken ill while visiting | tit the claimant and must"' be swornt. I I that Elaine Col.oon the holder of the I Dated thi J3 day of May l" -
The following pupils took part: ., by the claimant his apent. or following certificates has filed said Charles A. Darby.
Prevatt during the week were here has recovered. I made an I ,
the with his Court of Br.rt
spending summer of Circuit
Kirkland his attorney or it will become void ;<.t>ertificatf fo. a tax deed to be Clerk
Crawford Barbara -
Joyce Fred Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peavy and children grandmother, Mrs. Selma Eunice, error last week and reported that (, cording law. 'I i wud thereon The certificate num- I I ford County. Florida
Karen Lee, Renee Moore I I Billy Mrs. Gara Dorman Mrs. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold it was Mr. and Mrs. Archie Car- I Dated Mar 2'. A. P. 11t.! : hers and >ear* of issuance the description i. Xame in which ajsensed' Clyde w .
Maxine Redding Rebecca Rosier. William T. Kerford. Jr As Ad- of the property, and thenames Colson.!
Ernest Peavy of Cocoa; Mrs. raichael's daughter who >
It 526 c :
Eunice.Mr. young ninistrator r. t. a d. b. n. of the m whhh it was assessed
Elaine Redding and Sylvia Star- was sick.Harvey. _
i Jack Harvey and Miss Aleen "
:ling. and Mrs Donald Suber,
Brown of Orlando; Mrs. Carrie Richard and
J our sons
Jackie Bales Mrs. Raymond Suber and Miss
Miss played a piano 1
' with Clendinning Mrs. Senie Dallas Frankie Wainwright of Jacksonville Wayne and I visited Sunday with
and Sylvester Griffis of Plant his mother, Mrs. Leona MccCar-
were Sunday guests of Mr.
City; Mrs. Eunice Prevatt and thy, his brothers-in-law and sisters -
and Mrs. Luther Hilliard. Miss
been daughter. Pansy and Jeanette and Mr. and Mrs. John Stillwell
I I Frankie plans-to spend the sum
C. L. Mallia; Prevatt of Jacksonville; and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Jones and
mer with them
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Perry, of families of Fernandina Beach.
ford '
Gull Life Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling hadas Grand
for Hampton and J. C. Prevatt and Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. J.I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. .

A APT.APLAN family of Ocala.S. D. Starling and Mr. and Mrs.! L. Reddish were Mr. and Mrs.

Keith J. Futch, M. B., and Mr. and Sankv Groves of Maeclenny.. and Brooks and family of Greenville

.' Mrs. Van Futch of Jacksonville, of 1 Tenn. Mrs. Brooks is the
Mr. and Mrs. James Starling
I Fits your Mr. met Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Futch and Starke. :ter of Rev. and Mrs.
JUNE 13 1959
Billy family of Atlanta. and Ancil Air. and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott farmer pastor of Heilbronn 1

&.changingneeds Mr. Futch and daughter of Quincy. visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. .Church. ,

Ii IiJ here on Wednesday and attendedthe Leonard Norman of Highland I We are happy to report that .'

i Mr. funeral of Mrs. Senie Prevatt.Mr. Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norman and
and and Mrs. Everett Burneyof children have moved from Miamito
and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham -
Jacksonville called on his mother of Maxville attended the 9th their home here for the sum- WE ARE OPEN AS USUALEVERY

Mr. Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp Sat- grade graduation here Thursday mer. It always makes us feel goodto

urday afternoon.Mr. i evening. Their grandson Jimmy see our Heilbronn folks return
Life features
Now Gulf I m and Mrs. Joe Shuford and '.was a member of the class. home.

life insurance at family of St. Augustine were Mrs. Mary Reddish was Sunday Proud to have Mrs. Griggs of LEGAL BUSINESS DAY

i (quantity discounts. The weekend guests of Mrs. John Shu- dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. L Alabama. a former member of

more you buy the spent I ford and Dave. w. Baldwin at their Kingsley Lake Heilbronn Church, visiting and

more you save. Ask your the I Sunday Mrs. Enza from Blanchard Lakeland where returned she home.Deepest sympathy- is extendedto enjoying would church also services be proud Sunday.We and. From 8 A.M. To 10 P.M. -- Fri. & Sat. Till 11:30 P.M.

Gulf Life representative :: attended the Annual Florida Mrs. Bob ,Futc&: Mrs. Everett
happy to have each one of you
for complete I I Methodist Conference for the past Futch and other relatives in the with us for our Sunday worship. AND EXPECT TO BE RIGHT HERE FOR A LONG TIME!

\ information.Gulf. I week.Mrs. loss of their son and husband Wednesday prayer meeting and
spent I G. W. Durham of Jacksonville Everett Futch. .
Saturday choir practice. Our pastor -
: and Mrs. C. E. Strickland Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Itoberts Rev. Otis T. Jones and en-

.f Gainesville, were Friday over- attended their son George's grad- tire
church congregation urges We Offer The Finest in Domestic and
Mrs. night guests of their sister, Miss uation at the University of Flori-, each
of you and your family to Imported Products for Your Party
Elizabeth Terry. These ladies came da Monday.Mr. come and be a part of our church -
I Occasion. Will
or Special It Be A
for Terry Futch's graduation but .
and Mrs. Bryant Reddishhad family. We have wonderful
due to the crowded conditions at Pleasure To Serve You.
EVERYONE"I as Sunday guests Mr. and preaching, singing and fellowship
and the Madison Street Baptist Mrs. Allen of Palatka, Mr. and won't you come ?

LifeINSURANCE ter Church, where the graduation exercises Mrs. Joe Bass of Keystone May we remember, in our

Mrs. were held they were un- Heights and Mrs. J. M. Wilsonof prayers, Mrs. Carrie Norman who ,

INSURANCE able to attend. Jacksonville.A is very ill in the Riverside Hos- Come in and See Our SpecialsFOR
of Jack
COMPANY Miss Jackie Harley Reminder Don't forget you ptal in Jacksonville.Well .
ers scnville. and A. Q. Smith of r
have a cordial invitation to attend guess that's about all for
was Starke visited her parents, Mr. the Joe Martin Revival this time. May the precious Lord SATURDAY ONLY

W. H. HAND, Superintendent the and Mrs. H. C. Harley during the which is being conducted at First and Saviour forever bless you
weekend. Baptist Church this week.
Box 308 = Phone WO 4-472S and yours bye now.
also Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr. had as

Starke, Fla. are guests during the weekend Rev. ........ 'YYYYTYYYYYYYYYHEILBRONN. EVERGREENBAPTIST

four II'and Mrs. C. B. North of High CHURCH

Springs Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Sunday School 10
a. m. Preaching -
FOR Blocker and sons of Lake City 11 a.
m. Training Union 6:30:
and Mrs. Mattie Miley of Jack- m. 7:3( LONG REST
AT sonville. Rev. North preached at By Mrs. Harvey McCarthy p.Meeting Preaching Wednesday 7:30 p. m.p.Prayer m. BRIDGE

'_. CALL the morning.Methodist Church Sunday W Howdy W WAU Neighbors....and....&&... p.Wednesday m. Bible study, 1'30I I

Mrs. Luther Hilliard and children a very
EDWIN were Wednesday and Thursday pleasant day to you and you and

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kay- especially you. !. The rocBtr'a. ".d..-. Co rt. !. Where You Can Feel Assured Of The Fullest Extent Of Courtesy
The Heilbronn Home Demon- And For Bradford C.o.tr, Flarid -
mond Suber of Jack onviile.
Phone WO I. Prcbatr.file .
stration Club members enjoyed a
And Respect. ,1jY
Miss Mary Julia Futch of Tal- N. 1-4.14 _
(Goldwire Servicenter, ) lahassee came Friday for her Cook-Out Thursday of last weekat IV RKi ESTtTK OF
the Kingsley Lake home of Mr. J MK ."\FRYR \VEI.U .1.! .
COMPLETE brother Terry's graduation.The IB WB .* J.%>K \THCOCK CMKLU .*!!-'*. 11 Miles From Starke On Highway 100 Enroute To take Butler
people of Lawtey were and Mrs. R. L. I IBiill 1 Reddish. Dfffmnfd.OTICB .
OR REPAIR Miss Dorothy Ross demonstrated .\ TO CREDITORSTo
proud to have so many of our all creditors and all
young people graduating from the method of cooking potatoes, persons
onions and wrapped in alu-
I. Those Bradford on High this School list were this Misses year. minum foil over hot coals and Ford's the.bcst seller..so get the best trades on die
; chicken cooked over p.-- .*
barbecue s S
Ritch's Fruit & Gifts Geraldine Starling Alma and
Bernice Privett. Ola Mae Phillips. I oak wood. The results were deli- U PEOP0MONEDT i f .T. during
and Linda GasKiha. Tom Tatum, 'cious and with potato salad fruit _

F Blaine Thompson. Donald Teston s-alad, cake and beverage made
this out-door luncheon delicious
Ronald Perint Terry Futch. and
Jre Harley. and complete. -
I Those attending were Mrs. Felix rr
Mrs. Steve Starling Sr., spent
wNOLt&LE S ; Mrs. S. C. Harley Mrs.J. .
rs.u.u until
WE Sidnull Monday Saturday in
r 3
.r B. White, Owen White, Mrs. J.
Jacksonville with her daughters
oIeI a L Gentry, Mrs. W. C. Bowers
Mrs. J O. Ogilvie, Mrs. Raymond .
Mrs M. F. Crosby, Mrs. A, R.
Suber and Mrs. Louie Belle
Wainwright.Mr. Garver, Mrs. H. B. Hamilton ..c30
Mrs. A. C. Ellis and Miss Dorothy
and Mrs. Fate Redd and

family of Macon. Ga. spent the Ross.
Our deepest sympathy is extended -
weekend here with her parents,
of E. L.
to the family
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and
Eddie! Cox who died Thursdayof
attended Ola Mae Phillips' grad- --
[ uation. last week. We knew this fine .
t rusts '- .
4. Jimmy Sapp of Miami is spending man personally and we feel honored : : TIi: ::._. -- =_.
to have shared in his friendship -
.4 *. t
sometime with his grandpar-
&b ents and pray that the good and ,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce. _
holy God will bless and comforthis
U. S. 301 SOUTH STARKE, Mrs. o. J. Phillips and son. ti.
Danny, visited Mrs. Carrie Nor- family and many friends.
Ornamental man in Riverside Hospital on Sympathy is also extended to

"WHOLESALE TO Sunday afternoon.Mr. the bereaved family of Everett .

and Mrs. Leon Starling and Futch who died last Thursday ..,":.... .r,
evening. May God bless and comfort ( arm." .
each one In their dark days. ,
Miss Judy Morgan is spendingthis .w.. "' 1

week with her sister*..Miss af 'and you Detail these bull tin :dividends to boot.. .

NEW HOMESAND Joyce Morgan of Jacksonville. V. ._ =1"" jASi j .. ... ..
.. : : T -
a .. Tw'U'i_ 'L .. j .
Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. .- .. '. 9P .
- '
Ernie Johns were their son, Mr. t's
and Mrs. Clifford Johns and chil-

Iren of Jacksonville. SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE S E.

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bond were 1 ON
visited their son-In- 0 IR tq w To ON ttslrw
recently by WAXING

LOTS 'law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. 5102.7.P $219.85 $55.00. .... ALUMINIZED 66-PlATt
I vnr &
vesta Miller of Sylacauga. Ala. .. w."a,,,, .ar .vi MUFFLERSBATTERY
ala rats......_iuI ___w.r.nwd r./Sc.- ...rwd_ r.l Ib.... b...sd d M..f
Visiting Sunday' with Mr. and .r.._tIF..1 S F.r...t.ra..r _w_ 1i1..r..r. 1" .a....... aFr,.M a1
...a(001 ......w4ad. --atIrdf -. ...
Mrs. Frank Norman their a
were -V.1rr4 M..7veto.
..r -CIft..... Ir.la..a .....r....r river err........... SIB a.u aalls1
on and daughter-in-law, HIT and arwwr,lrrrrlia _...... II d.il? ....,r a.a. .....r. r.-....

Mrs. Clinton Norman of. Jackson- .

ville.Mr. -f -- 'Owdaeoo.w '''.af.wufaAra'aypldr l.ai''q .

FOR SALE and Mrs..R. L. Morgan and rMa..r. -"" c4 I t ......-. '- .." --_..---- .
daughters entertained their ne- ,
ohew, Johnny Cowart.Jr.. of the 1939's"best buy" is even better now during your Ford that's famous for savings. ..big savings on regnJargat"

U. S. Army who is home on leave Dealer Dividend Days! You can have the car.ith the and full-filtered oil double-life mufflers ..no-wax \

from North Carolina. He will biggest dividends on a better-than-ever dividend deaL finish...plus other economy features. a e I

"' IN vave Saturday. It was good to see That because Ford sales are sizzling along out front! .. No matter what kind of a car you're driving. bring .,

Johnny again in the communityind I Fords Thunderbird-inspired styling was awarded in. Once you see the 59 Ford (and find out the wondo.

we will be looking forward the Gold Medal at Brussels for its elegant lines. Ford is fur buy reaDy is) you'll be Fords biggest boosted! vA ,\
o his next visit.. that's built for with wider doors for List ",
the car : people Stop in at your Ford Dealer's soon and sample

My mother, Mrs. Maude Mott, easier coming and going with seats that are deep .stock.Get the trade-in dividend of the year.Better
PARKWOOD ESTATES 7&ted Sunday with her brother- and soft aH the way across so that even the man in the "r .

'in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. jniddle has full canE: Frank Richard and daughter. t
w- ;L. \\
Gail of Lake Butler
and her -
Pratt Westmoreland/ and Jefferson Streets mother, Mrs. J.. M. Fralick. and
brothers and sisters of Provi-

Starke, Florida Sunday dinner guests of Mr.

and Mrs. M. F. Crosby were Rev.

and Mrs. Otis T., Jones and i

daughter of O'Brien.

PHONE WO 4-2111 : Mr. and Mrs. Harold Normanand

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Norman MOTORS 1

spent the weekend in Miami with

,,' OR WO 4-8681 Mr. Norman's parents, Mr. and .
,-' Mrs. Leon Norman. They attended 206 W. Madison St. Starke Florida Phone t f. WO 4-3381:

the graduation of Mr. Nonnanl '.. Ci-o-_}oaf ear'" -" Cbec&rour; dry-N CHECK ACC1DJJ1'S '

deter, Shirley Ana Norman Sun

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Senior boys presented by American I r ..yyyyyyyyyyyyym..yy' I TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTf-

Legion Post 56. Ray is a
:959 graduate of Bradford High I r FLORAHOME
School, and is the grandson of AND GRANDIN

s ? sL. Mrs. M. M. Sargent of Keystone l
Heights. i By Dane Joyce RolhhammerIAAAAaAAAAAAALaAAALAAAAL
4 y ,
New ArrivalIf
ycu happen to see a. man ,
... ..-., "Bon Voyage" Florahome graduates Rev' and Mrs. H. W Tvlci went
around Keystone who is 10 feet ,t;, f .
from Melrose High School i Tallahassee: attend the graduation
I Ii
tall that's Bob Fiertz, father. '
M ..... -.. .a* you leave on your trip to Nas- I exercises of thru srandlauzhter. -
He and his wife are the delighted ,. ', '!'" j ,
*au. Mrs. Strickland will, accompany Carol Tyler. a graduateof
.. parents of a daughter Pamela v: s '
.... 3. them. f Melrose Girls Leon High: School. Later they
't -
Lyn. born Wed., June 3, in Ala- -- -
c II I I Mr. end Mrs. Oscar G. Halver- went to Norman Park. Ga to visit
chua General Hospital. Mrs. Birthday Party At ParkA j son returned home the first of Get School Honors ,. Rev. Tyler's 5i ttr.
t Fiertz! and the baby returned
last week art'r'i iting their Russell Keener and two dau h-
home from the hospital Sunday. 1 I Jess-anna Terrell I left 1 *as
total of 412 years of living Reading clockwise the guestsof daughter, Mrs. W. T. Ballard of t rs from California arrived Friday -
I 1' Chamber of CommerceA was represented at a party at Gold honor were Mrs. M. L. Cook, Ytt; I I Dade\ille. Ala. for several days. I i valedictorian, and Myrtle Rid- night to spend a few days
few more C of C memberships j aught was salutatorian at the
:1 Head Branch State Park, Satur- Mrs. Charity Glisson. 83: Mr. Mis. Ballard and little son. Zane. I' with his mother. Mrs. KeenieKeener.
have been received during day evenins. May 23. in honorof Gnann, 83; Mrs. Faith Turner. ,ir returned home with them for a 'commencement exeicise of Melrose .
the week. Memberships are open Ephrsm Gnann's 83rd birthday 85: and Mrs. Anne Tipping Mes-j I visit.Mrs.; I II Hmh School held recently. Mr. and Mrs. George Austin and
i: the year round and anyone wishing !anniversary. Mr. Gnann has been sier. 86.Friends. I I Sidney A. Gornto of East !j :gills have taken leading
to join do I j parts in school actniUes, daughter of Daytona Beach andMr.
may so by contacting and have
I a lifelong resident of Clay County and relatives from the j Palatka called on her sister. Mrs I .
I high academic and Mrs. John Rynd of AtUmta -
: Mrs. Joe Daurer at 4331. More records
and now makes his home on Lake Geneva area enjoyed this Frank Price, here in Florahome during
rooms still for their school caieers. arc the guests of Mi and
are needed
Plaque Shows Appreciation occu- Smith Lake, event with the honor guests. last Sunday -afternoon. She reports -i
Mr.v A. C. Spires.
during the Ski
pancy Tournament
J that her stepmother. Mrs. !
It's always nice to know that' Al Watson, president of the Key- July 24-26, so if you have ------ I Fannie Kinsley, who is staying THE RIGHT POINT for ci* Mrs Sienna Ililer of Holly-
your efforts are appreciated, and :stone Club, and Herman Schroeder such accommodations: please con- stone Heights. irons. with her since her recent illness way you a rUt" ('om.in and v> '\rod. recently visited her son
members of the Keystone Heights director on International Ser- tact Mrs. Daurer. The Cocoa Cola representative. CAP BarbecueThe 'j is improving. lest your favorite KSTEKBKOOK aid daughternlaw, Mr and
Rotary Club had this satisfaction The next monthly meeting will 'n Starke told the board that he public is invited to attend j f Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Andersonand Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. (Continued on next Page)
recently Foreign students from vice.The inscription on the plaque be held Monday June 15, at 8 would put up a permanent score; the Civil Air Partol and Air-Force little son. Olaf Jr.. of Jack- -s
: I
''board in the Park for the
the University of Florida who stated: "In appreciation to the p. m. when final preparations City I outing and barbecue on Saturday sonville visited Mrs.: Anderson'sbrotherinlaw I
were entertained by the club several Keystone Heights Rotary Club !will be made for the Ski Tourna- program games. June 27, at Ashland. one mile and sister. Mr. and
weeks ago. put their "thank horn the Latin American studentsat ment. All members and especially, Calvin Osteen and Sammy southeast of Melrose. Tickets are I Mrs. Oscar G. Halverson, here in TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
you" note in the form of a hand- the University of Florida May committee: chairmen are urged to Gardner have volunteered to as- on sale now at $1.50. See George: P.orahome! during the past week-
some plaque being held f above] by 15 1959." attend. sift Carl Duncan. program director Schaeffer or Bert Christoffers Jr.,' .

New Playground Equipment with the boys baseball Team or any other CAP member. end.T.. L. Drake of Florahome attended -

During the past week 3,385 this summer. Duplicate BridgeAt the Cemetery Association

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy visitors i flocked to Gold Head Starting time of the program the duplicate bridge session meeting at Paran Church in
Branch State Park, and all youngsters has been changed from 1 p. m. to Monday: night Mrs. Constance Grandin last Saturday.
attending had a chance to 1:30 p. m. daily, 5 days a week Barnhill and Mrs. Anna James Mr. and Mrs. Howard Young /IJlilJe/ ( fl
Mary K. Schaeffer use the newly erected American starting June 15. tied with Mrs. Bert ChristoffersJr Sr. and their son and daushter-: ll1l

Playground Equipment consist- Tennis instruction will be included and Mrs. Bill Terry for first in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Young
Gaboardi-Prevost: ing. A reception will follow at the ing of swings slides and see- in the recreation program place Mrs. Louise Logsdon and and children left Florahome last
Wedding Plans Told 1 Melrose Woman's Club. saws. During the summer season this year under the directionof louis Kyle had second high score. weekend: on a vacation trip to
Mr. and Mrs. James Gaboardi The bride is a graduate of Melrose three life guards will be on duty Alex Brokas. All children or CHURCH NEWSSt. Pennsylvania.Mr. Check with Clyde
a Melrose have announced plans i High School and Mr. Pre- each weekend and one or more on adults interested can pick up a William's Catholic Church and Mrs. Phillip Seigler of
for the wedding of their daughter i \cst is a student at the University duty during the week. registration blank from Carl Dun Last Sunday, the children of Cross City spent the weekend Terwillegar on these
Margaret Angela, to Thomas A. of Florida.' Bream and bass are startingto can at the city playground any the parish went to Holy Commu-I I with Mr. Seigler's father R. L.

Prevost Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. I No invitations are being sent, bite-so grab your poles and afternoon next week. They may nion in a body. Included in this|N I Seizler of Grandin. New & Used Specials
Thomas A. Prevost of New Orleans but all friends of the couple are come on out to Gold Head! be returned to Mr. Duncan or Mr. group was a smaller group com-i i I Mrs. E. S. Brantley and three
La. I invited to attend Keystone School Graduates Brokas. posed of members of the gradu- children, Zan, Charles and John.
The wedding will take place Local Boy Honored and Mrs. Ella Belisario of Grandin
Largest ClassThursday The Recreation Board held a ating Class of Keystone Heights
Saturday June 27, in St. Wil-I fly American Legion evening June 4, 33 meeting Wednesday night June J'chool, namely. Barbara Drake. were business visitors in Keystone I New 1959 Ford V2 TonPI'fil'1'
liam's Catholic Chapel in Key-j I Keystone friends are proud of eighth graders graduated from 10, to make final preparations. Nancy Sutton, Mary Ann Schaeffer Heights Monday of last week. 1745-00

stone Heights with Rev. Father I i the fact that Ray Maxwell received Keystone Heights School in a Library Notes and Jimmy Fox. These children ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL This Month Only
Cornelius A. Dougherty officiat- the citizenship award for I lovely ceremony at the Woman's More than 200 new children's were congratulated by Father CHURCH, KEYSTONE

I Club. All the girls wore white books are in the library now, bore Dougherty. I Rev. M. H. Breyfogle. VicarI
KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE dresses with corsages of red roses. rowed from the University of This Sunday June 14, Forty I I"I Sunday-7:30: a. m.. Holy Communion 1945.00 I New 1959 FordCUSTOM.
The boys were dressed in white Florida extension division. A library Hours De'otionsil1 start at St. ; 9:30 a. m., Sunday
Mcn'g\ Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes coats with dark trousers. Each card costs only $1 per year Edward's Church in Starke. and I School; 9:30 a. m.. Morning Prayer 300 Tudor Six Passen.
boy had a red boutonniere. SaL and makes all this good reading continue through Monday and' and Sermon I Holy Communion ger Sedan. This :Month Only.
u'atorian Margaret Muir and Valedictorian available for the youngsters.Mrs. Tuesday. i leach I first Sunday]; 6:30: p. m.

Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner Jimmy Fox spoke. E. E. Rinehart has given First Baptist Church : Young People meet.
Graduation Address was delive- two new novels to the library and Vacation Bible School will hold Holy Days 7:30 a, m.. Holy New Ford
rd by A. E. (Bud] Anthony, mem- there are also a number of Interesting its registration, day June 12, Friday Communion. 95.00]
ber of the Clay County School do-it-yourself types acquired at 2 p. m., and the school Parish Supper each third Wednesday -
Board. During .his speech Mr. recently on request of pa- t Continued on next Page i 6:30: p. m. Down Heater, DeLuxe Model and White
KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY Anthony announced that there __ __H __ Tires 30 Months at $52.30.

DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE will Heights be a next 9th year.grade It in is Keystone hoped I STILL GOING GREAT GUNS! -- REDFEARN'S

that other higher grades may be 895.00 1 1955 Bel Air ChevroletFORDOR.
Day I'hone Nile Phone added thereafter. .........
'" 4351 2582 James Eddy, from the officeof A Fine Car.

the County Supt. of Schools II BrJLNgAhrtpxrudr ,. ;: : .

COOKING HEATING WATER HEATINGMost presented graduates. Paul the diplomas Peters principal to the f 1 4 1 095.00 Custom
I'ijFI 3\3lfot
presented awards to those having VT ?
Complete Line of House Heating Equipment: In North I''r perfect attendance the school boy Healer and Good

and girl patrol and the membersof Tires. Bargain!
Florida. If You Plan to Add heat This \.WinterSee Us First

Dee the Mrs.Dee Dramatics Martha Hardenbergh Club.Pace requestedthat and Mrs. I ; tWLYa ) I 1495.00 1957 Fairlane i Ford

3 BEDROOM HOMEThis Ruth Meinke come to the stage s ;
to be presented with gifts from t- T1'IORS.. Radio Healer, Pow
the Dramatics Club. The two ladies er Steering. Extra Clean.
well built, well kept home has 3 bedrooms living
were Intern teachers duringthe
room, dining space, one and one-half baths all electric last semester and had been

kitchen, extra large :screened porch, 5 good bearing sponsors of the Dramatics Club. 1 Ford Custom
citrus, pretty lawn in town centrally located. $9750. Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle gave: 795.00T'IOR

Financing arranged if desired. the Invocation and the Benedic- r.I. "fir V-S. Radio Healer, New

tion.Graduation On y Tires. Almost: New.
S. E. M KA Y REALTOR exercises were in
-- charge of Bob Sharp, Class I ICoTF o t u rI }

(Heights[ Phones 3071 2051 4151 sponsor. 1955 Ford V-8 Pickup
Keystone 895.00
The Class party was held in _..J4.-o- w'Jn,_ _._ __', I

Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968 the Graduates lunchroom Take after Trip the exercises. \\ _-_.---.I"..::._..-..__-.:1004004'_:=:;nO:___:._.:.>_.-.._:.Jo-__"-""_- U h h40' S 1-2 Ton Truck. Radio Healer
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To Marinelancf ::!7 =.=1--==- _- Fordnmatic. New Tires. DeLuxe
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Friday. June 5, the graduating :=. : =f =J =:. =.. Cab. Wet Coast Mirrors, Wide
/ : \ '
HOME ON YOUR LOT class took a trip to Marineland r" I r\ Base Hear Wheels.
where they had a fine day. On the I
rrturn trip they visited the old I '
NO MONEY DOWNBy Moonshine Still near St. Augustine 'Lt\! : : 1 1955
Those who drove the boys 895.00 Jh v.r.gltation!
: Toney Builders, Inc. LOW and girls were Mrs. Fred Dodd, M \. ,(: A
Box 106, 1495 UP Mrs. Hilda Jackson. Don Pang-
AS torn Mrs. Rowan Thomas Mrs.
Bowling Green Fla. Jane Phegley and Mrs. Norman
Thompson. .. I ..T 1995.00 1958 Bel Air Chev.

!Seventh Graders Enjoy Trip FORDOR. Power Glide, Radio,
To Silver Sprints Model FJ13 DOWN and Heater. Almost New
Last Saturday morning June
6. the boys' and girls of the 13 Cu. Ft. ChestFREEZER
"seventh grade at Keystone School
rift about 5:30 for Silver Springs. 2295.00SED.tN Ford Country
There they enjoyed the Glass $2.60
Bottom Boats the Reptile Institute V-S. Fordomatic, Radio,
and while some went on the Week Heater. Power Steering. A-l.
r Jungle Cruise others went swim- 9 5
ming. Mrs. Ted Oglesby. Carl 259 .

Duncan. Kyle McMurtry Mrs. 00 1949 Pontiac 6
Doric Sibley and Rev. J. R. 100 I -
Smith, drove the cars. Membersof I
This Lovely 2 Bedroom Model the class who went on the trip! Automatic; Radio and Heater.
$1945Without FOR ONLY
were Jimmy McMurtry Eric Red-
We Will Deliver Any Appliance
( Carporte) learn Johnny Martin Ernie!
Parker Carolyn Hayes Linda NO REASONABLE OFFER
Many :Models to Choose From Write for Free Folder Forsythe Reba HalL Roberta $$1 Q
Sibley Leola Ridaught. Viola illOurStoreDwiiiglhisSale-.
PriceNO Ridaught. Ruby Lane Smith. Jo REFUSED!
Any Place in Florida Same Low
Ann Dasher Carol Campbell Linda

( CHARGE FOR TRAVEL) Herbie Oglesby Nelson. Jr.David. Tom Schaeffer Gardner CASH With up to 30 Month on BalanceREDFEARN'S Chance to Win 1949 Ford With Each

and Carolyn Forsythe.
Local Representative Summer Recreation Program Purchase -

Another contribution received -
RAY D. FORTH last week for the summer

... recreation program from the PTA. TERWILLEGAR MOTORSYOUR
Highway 21 Phone 4123 More money is still required to
operate the program and any "Where Service Is Assured"Keystone

KEYSTONE IIEIGHTS, FLA individual desiring to make a contribution AUTHORIZED FORD DEAI ER.r
is requested to call Mrs. Phone 9391 Heights Fla.

[If You Don't See Us, We Both Lose Money_ Charles McGlave.' at 4278. or mailit .1.1r.
to her at P. 0. Box 481, Key-


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KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS' I A. Hospital in Lake City. We I II Commander and Mrs. H. E. However if parents are un- Monday the high school students I Henry Bryant in charge. Morning I All members are asked not to frightened Annie Ruth who jumped
I hope he will improve sufficiently, Cocper returned Friday after a lole to accompany their children were shown the movie, "Mac- ,and evening messages was delivered forget the rally at which time off the tiuck and suffer,
]i to be back in his little shop in trip m the eastern part of the : it is requested .that they send aianed Beth" by the pastor. Serviceswere I I YOU are expected to pay $5 each. bruises and head injuries. She hi
I a few weeks. I Onjtcd States. I ':i not1 giving permission to I Graduation exercises were held high all day closing with the I j All boards and clubs have been to be hospitalized. Let us be mini'
LLAa 4L4J-&ALAAAAAAAALAAA 1 Friday evening, June 5, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Berkleman check out books.A I i|I for-the seniors Friday night. Fori Last Supper. The Federation will 1 asked to report $10. Wemust fix of our children and rememb
Mrs. Frank Jones entertained at have their and seivice cf the Gainesville this will be the end of their meet" on the third at
[Continued from Page 111 as guests son i i I many Sunday j complete the payments on the new they are ours and we must pr
I then home on Peach" Street with daughtci-irplaw.: Mr. and Mrs. Public Library, the bookmobile is I(i formal education. For -"1ers.i Ebenezer promptly at 3 p. m. .windows of the church and other I Pet them staff reporter
T\.ll: be held from June 15. through a dinner party. Guests for the Phil Berkleman and children.Phylis under the direction of Mrs. Dun-!j i there will be other commentrment President Robmson is asking all expenses" involved. We are calling

I evening were Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Lauia, and Ruth and in and Mrs. Love i exercises. But for all. the past member churches to be present.All f en each member to do his part. NOTICETo
19.The WMU held its regular Walker of Stetson University: I granddaughter. Kathryn McGm- Seniors To Visit Nassau i I school years will never be for- choir members of all churches IE. J. Givens reporter.
if.eenn" Tuesday in the Educa- Ralph Copeland of Keystone tj. of Atlanta. I With the excitement of graduation I gotten. :ire asked to attend in uniforms o Let's Protect Oar Children the parents of the 1953-5

t.oi.al Building at 9:30 a. m. I Heights, Herbert Dickenson of Sen. and Mrs. J. E. Cross and : over the Melrose High : And so another school year pass- ready to sing. Rev. E. D. Robinson Thursday. June 4* started off graduating class:

$t. Anne's Episcopal Church I St. Louis Mo.. and Lavaughn hildren, have returned from Tallahassee. seniors will soon see another i es. There will be no more school president, B. Robinson, secretary bright and gay just as it would We the Senior sponsors. wfc
Anne'b -I Johns. cf Jacksonville Later in dream fulfilled: a trip to Nassau -I news until next fall. The school R. English, reporter. for all youngsters just out of
The cnilditn of St. ::; Episcopal 'I I to express our apologies for tl
the evening, D:'. Walker was the i news column this year was made Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church school on summer vacation. This '
Church Sun-Jay: School, and Lucien Johnson received a Na-
lack of seats at E.
fci-est speaker aL the Melro High possible by Jessanna Terrell!, an Graduating :
t.ieir famihts enjoyed a picnic ticnal Foundation: : Fellowship at They have been hard at work I Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor I day however. almost brought
last Sunday afternoon at the o School giaduation The Jones'daughter. :th: !- University of Florida to be all year to make this dream;i 1 outstanding person. Jessanna held regular sti vices all day start- tragedy to a young school girl ercises last Friday nignte n.
I'cme oflr.. and Mrs. C. J. Maxine, was a member I' uced this summer. come true. Altogether they earn graduated at the head of her class ins with Sunday School at 10 a. about one mile south of Lawtey hoped that only the parentsthe
O'Connor and Mr. and Mrs. : of that graduating class. Mrs. Maud Robinson will spend ed $2,000. The cIais also paying -I II and her extra-curricular activities m. Supt. Irene Thomas in charge between the railroad and high- class would attend due to tl

Lawrence LaMee: who live on Mrs Albert Dachman spent last I'I I the next three months in Gaines- the way for their sponsors I! were many but she still had time 11 a. m. Love Feast, sermon by the way 301 in a small creek. Betty fact that it rained and the prt
Keystone Lake. Awards were presented -: wf jk in Houston. Texas. She hew ville. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Fowler. to write out the school news. pastor. 6 p. m. sermon and Holy Louise"; Bright almost drowned but
to the child from each : out on Sunday to meet her hus- Lions Club i Several parents will accompanythem. ,!'l'd like to take this opportunity Communion. Junior Church meeting was rescued by four teen-age" cram had to be held inside Hoi
I br.nd there, and the two of them to thank Jessanna and my sister boys: Charles Britt. Raymond ever others came. Perhaps ne>
da.':" who had prepared the best The Lions Club recently donated every Tuesday at 5 p. m.
booklet on the Disciples. I{.pent the week at the fabulous $25 to the School Boy Patrol andalso School News I Carol. who relayed the news to Visit the sick and shut-in mem-I Heath. Leroy Hampton and James f'are! will have sufficient spacI
Father Millard leaves Shamrock Hottl. me. They are to be commended for Newton. Tragedy" was not over
Breytoge of
paid for eye examinationsand Summer basketball will start our church. This is your I certainly hope so. My deepe
today for Valle Crucis. N. C. to Mrs. Edmond Sanders is in new glasses for school chil- the week of June 15. Teams include : job well done.TRINITY I I first duty as a Christian. Let's j for' on the next day. Friday night ppologies<
attend the Southern Town and Keystone visiting her soninlawand dren. Melrose Gainesville. P. K. get ready for our District Sunday I jabcut 8 p. m. a group of children -
Country Church Institute. He will daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bob Outstanding Students HonoredAt Yonge. Santa Fe. Newbeny. and : EPISCOPAL I I School Convention and Tri-State I were enroute to visit Louise I: -Charlie P. Cowen.
serve as a Supervisor on the pro- Fiertz, and also her new granddaughter Class NightOutstanding Hawthorne. Games will all be at I M. H. Breyfogle Vicar Ccnvention E. J. Givens re- I Ion the back of a truck which ga'e. Senior Sponsor.
gram. The program will last for Pamela Lyn. Mrs. San- students of Mel- night/ 1!porter.
three weeks. ders is from Buffalo N. Y. rose High School were honored at The elementary Sunday-10 a. m., Sunday Bethlehem Freewill Baptist when need
grades all had School; 11:15 a. m.. Morning
The regular monthly Parish Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hendry the senior Class Night Thursday. end-of-the-year parties Friday !; Rev. L. McKay. pastor held" you .I
Prayer and Sermon [Holy Communion -
supper will be held Wed. evening, and two children have just mov- After a welcome by class president Report cards weie given to the each first Sunday 7:30: regular pastoral services on Sunday -
June 17, at 6:30: in the Parish ed into their new home on High To'nmy Bass and Miss Max- I elementary classes ; I I ;: ; starting with Sunday School
Friday. but p. m. Young People meet.
Hall. way 21. Mr. Hcndry: has the Chev-I :ne Jcnes read the class will and I high school cards will be mailed 10 .:iat 9:45 a. m. Deacon Prince and RELIABLE GAS SERVICETHINK
Holy Days- a. m.. Holy Com
Giil I Scout News rolet agency in Starke. The Hen- phophecy awards were presentedto I ut thie week. School will be out munion. I other officiating, All members are
Brownie Troop !'"o. 229 had aIr dry children are aged 3 and 5 outstanding students. I asked to observe our weekly activities -
rewell swimming party for three jears. I First was a $50 check presented Y Y Y Y yy y y yyy and attend when possible. OF SLADE GAS

girls in the troop who were leaving Miss Charlene Lambert from I by Ester Harper representing the I NEWS OF ,INTEREST TO COLORED Mon. 7:30: p. m. Faithful Few
Keystone.; The party was at Knoxville Tenn., is the guest of Putnam County Home Demonstration 1 Club meeting: Tues 7:30, choir
Mrs. Joe Daurer's home. on Lake \ Council to Jessanna Terrell. rehearsal; Wed. 7:30: Prayer TANKS FROM ;5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Otm'va Mrs. Daurer is Troop Charles Wallenius- Charlene will I j I Michael Bowen and Joe Gibbons CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY If I meeting; Fri. 7:30: p. m. Prayer PHONE WOLOCAL 4-3351: :
LeadiIt was held after the representing the Bert Hodge f Band. The general public is invi-
impend the summer in Keystone
"Fly-up" ceremony last Wednes- Heights. Pest No. 45 of Palatka. presentedtne By Ozora J. ShellAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAllllllii.i ted to participate in each of these
day afternoon. The Troop presented American Legion Award to .I activities.I .
Capt. Robert C. Jackson is at -------- .
the three girls with gifts as a Trudie Morris and Larry Carnes. Can Circle meeting every
farewell gesture. The girls were Fort Stewart Ga. for summer The valedictorian and Balfour Cancer Report a masters degree at Indiana University first and third Saturday. Our MANAGER FOR
He with the 227 A. A. A.
Pamela Edwards and Eileen and camp. is award were presented to Miss I Many thanks to the business in a few years. building fund drive is still on.
\ Headquarters Group.TTTTTTT
Virginia Penney. Jessanna Terrell. Mrs. Myrtle traces: in Reno, Allen Chapel Joseph D. Green assistant We have lots more to do beforewe
Troop No. 228 will resume meet- Ridaught was salatutorian. The Church and others .who contributed principal of RJE will do graduate can complete our.new church. I I Jim '
ings in the fall when school Pa be Ruth award, for outstanding to the community cancer collections study at Florida A & M. He has II We solicit your prayers as well as Corp."World's

opens. sportsmanship, went to Charles Mrs Margaret DeSue was successfully passed the graduate money Mary McBride. re- ; .
Town Continues To Grow Gaboardi. A certificate of award captain and ccllected $11.24. as- record examination and has been ,I porter.
Bill Belote cur druggist, hopesto AALIAAAAAAAAAAA LAAAAA .was presented to Cheryl Cherry sisted by Ozora Shell who collected -' .admitted; unconditionally to the Free Caanan Church Of God
move into his new store building [Continued from Page 11] and Carol Hansen for making all $33.82. RJE collected graduate school. He is concentrating -j,iln, Christ Largest Home Builders".WILL
about July 20. It looks like avery .A's for the year Other outstand- $2584: C. C. Anderson Jr. High on adminstration and supervision Rev. Sampson White pastor ,
nice store. with lots of room. Mrs. E. C. Logsdon and family. I ng awards were D A R, Joy Mor- $7; Hampton Training, $5Vat; as well as guidance. Mr. 1 held regular service on Sunday '
We also see shelves of mer- She then went to Ohio and will ris: honoiary science award. Jes- :eroak School $2; Thurston School. ''Greene has completed his third :.starting with Sabbath School,I' BE IN STARKE

chandise: being put into the old later return for another \iiit.Airs. I clime store building prepara- D. B. Lynn, Mrs. W. O. I le Ridaught and Jimmy Williams -acd teachers as well as students I Mrs. S. D. Williams will con- The spirit was high all day. Several EACH THURSDAY
tory to opening another dime Preston. and Rev. and Mrs. New- ; Citizenship: Ilene Strick- for contributions. Our quota is I tinue her graduate study at Flori- visitors were present. We are i
store. Dime Stores are wonderful. ton of Pomona Park went to St.Petersbui .i land: Outstanding Student, Brenda 100. We have $80. Captain DeSue da A & M in the field of elem. g'ad that Sister White has improved AT

The new street, we will concede, g last Thursday. The McGuire; Service Marcia Hill- and a few others are still working education. She is sixth grade after several weeks of ill-
vU! lock very nice, trees or no I Newtons later spent the night at ard I j so that we may reach our teacher at RJE and earned herB. ness. The general public is always !-
trres. The only trouble is that it I'I Mrs. Lynn's.Mr Leading students in the curriculum I quota and more if possible. Mrs. S. at Florida A & M. Other welcome to worship with us I STARKE HARDWARE ,CO.
will make the older buildings and Mrs. G. T. Torlay and department were: Music' Terwillegar, county. campaign teachers in the county will attend each first and third Sunday. Sister -,
along Lawrence Blvd. look shabby I Granddaughter.! Barbara Tuskey, Maxine Jones; athletic. Becky chairman has extended our collections workshops and short courses. Emma Dean reporter. 12:30 P.M. TO GOO P.M.
and sort of pitiful. At least some visited their daughter and son- Brice and Ray Renfro: commercial thru June. Give another staff reporter. Trustee Day .
of the shabbiness could be camo- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pres- Sandra Ridaught: Math piece of silver or a check to help Roy Scouts Baseball The regular trustee day will be 0
flaged with the foliage of the tcn of Flagler Beach. WednesdayMr. Carol Hansen; agriculture. Mark fight cancer. Memorial Day at RJE ball park observed at Allen Chapel A ,LE.. For Appointments Call
tiees. : and Mrs. A. W. Tuskey and Giboardi; English; Beth Pierce; Rock'X-KolIers Dance the Boy Scouts of Troop No. 71 Church with Rev. Levy Lennonin
Things arcund the old Inn seem family of Avon Park arrived fora I Science Bill Pace: History. Beth The RockN-Rollers a recently Starke played the scouts from charge on Sunday morning at JACKSONVILLE 7-1141 Collector
to be showing a little more life few days visit. When they return Pierce; and Home EC., Mary Mc- organized sub-teen group will Gainesville. A very good game indeed II a. m. He is former chairman of
these days. We notice that the home Barbara will accompanyth Gee. have their first dance and dinner but we lost by J point. The the board and was serving when STARKE WO 4-5311
front of the biuldmg has been <:'m. In the athletic department at RJE Saturday June 13 startin final sccre was 4-5. The next the cornerstone was laid. Music j

mint ed. Mrs. George Simpson and Larry Cooper received his all- ? at. 6 p. m. The affair is invitational -I z&mz: will be played on Saturday will be furnished" by the junior 1 I "J( -It's A Quality Home .
PersonalsLast grandson George Hamilton, of conference basketball and a cer- and is expected to bej i cut of town. We hope the boys choir, Sonja Williams at the pi-I
Wednesday. June 3, Wally Maiden. Mass. arrived Saturday tif''cate from the Gainesville Daily very exclusive. Parents cf the'' will bring the "bacon" home. ano.At I It's A Jim 'Walter Home"OTHER
Muhlnofer our local jeweler andritn I jfor a two week visit with Mrs. ?im for bcin All-conference member are preparing the din-i Watch this paper for the date of 3:30 p. m. the Waycross Gospel -
Lottie Harris. Athletic Certificates of Awards I nrr Music will be furnished by !the next home game. Singers will present a pro- I OFFICES:
: : Dcnald :\fe ougalJ. of West- '''''re given to Donald: : Williams.I our favorite rock'N-roll recordn' Parents are asked to consider ;prram for the church. admissionfree. i; OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA
DRIJviiTHEATRE : itd! N J. is a auest of Col. and i .Tohnnv Prevatt. Richard Crews : T artists. Debbie Ann Marshall ,seriously sending boys that are A silver offering will be
o 1\II's, L. M. Pearsall. I tarry Brown Jerry Burnett. Ray is not a member yet. The new I members of this group to Camp taken. Come out and enjoy some
Capt. and Mrs Freeman of Long pppfro Larry Cooper, Calvin member are Shirley Ann Brown, !Coacoochee. The opening date is "

: t>land N Y, recently spent the i ')"Steen. and Mark Gaboardi. vice-pre-idrnt. Jimmie Jenkins July 20. There are three weeks of ., _c /
Phone 4113 lay with Mr. and Mis. Letter j i Girls receiving these awards were and Silas Sugs. The meetings camping scheduled if the enroll- i

5 Keystone Heights, Fla. j, Pat Piscn Carol Allison Carol are held each Wednesday at 4:30p : ment is adequate. Regular Scout ........
I Hurst. Carol Hansen. Madia Grif- m. Marion and Valera Jenkins meeting is held each week on ,
t II CASE RECORDS II fin. Margaret Royster, Linda were hosts for the last meetingat WedIl day. B. T. Marshall. Sr. '. ...:......,. .
Thurs., Fri. June 11, 12 I I 'Strickland. Maudi Tyre. Mary their home in Pleasant City. scoutmaster.
'I I JT\re, Paulette Tyre, and Doris Jackie Marshall president Joyce Summer .Program
: t By Ir. II. G. Kollmger i}'nrd.I Reddish' reporter. 'The summer program started on

Young Captives Case Xo. I{ 33 I Student Council members pre- Fiesta Social,Club Monday June 8 and will continue L iL .

: A mal. a .- 33 had pain In-tui-on '""ntcdstudpnt council pins were The regular meeting of the Fiesta until July 31. Parents are askedto .
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ix \ivru lOS !oohIlUld.frNllwnt attacks of upMt Tommy Bass, Jessanna Terre!!. Club was held at the home send the children each day. /
stomach and vomiting. Condition Bill Lcgsdon, Mark Gaboardi, of%Clarence DeSue on Old Lawtey Buses will go to the lake each .4/1 t
di.ignosed as diseased<< gallbladder I Ruth Pierce. Bobby }tedf earn, Road. Mr. and Mrs. William Holland morning for swimming and returnat I .
&11., Sun. -- June 13, 11 I and !surgery' was rwommtndrd. -I Calvin O'Steen Donald Williams, served as hosts. A delightful 12 noon for lunch. Afternoon -9-.? -
Marc Lawrence, and Larry Lin- repast was served. Tie next activities .will extend thru 3 p.m. 1 J .\ '

BEAUTIFULBUT I !Surgery was refused and Chiropractic "in. meeting will be on the fourth Fri- Some special activities such as i I 1:
DANGEROUSWith Those receiving perfect -attendance diy: in June. All members are dances musicals and movies will the If .
adjustments rstoml nor-
mal function to the gall bladder awards were Marcia Yar- urged to attend. William Holland, te conducted at night. We planto 1 !
Dridffittr Cardot and patient again enjoys good brough Pat Harris Glenda Mc- president, Gloria Graham re- run a special evening free movie ; : .
health. Intosh, Jimmy Moody, Wanda porter. and fun night on Wednesday for I
Adams, Woodrow Bryan, Stanley Homecoming Celebration adults if we can get enough per- II I ,
Tues., Wed. June 16, 17 For further information contact lowery Winslow Fredrickson. Hawthorne, sons interested. Remember "all )

Elizabeth Garmon, Glenda Nobles, The annual celebration and work and no play makes Jack a! heat's7: j
Dr. H. G. Bollinger "
These Thousand Jchn Aklen, Marc Lawrence. Elsie program will be held at Shell dull boy. t.
Chiropractic Offices France, Ernestine :llatcnett, Junior High School on ThursdayJune The Real Challenge I : :

426 X. Walnut St. Marian Bass Glenda Herren. 25. Come one Come all and Let those who know and have,, I ... i .
Mike Clark Chuck Read and 12 enjoy the happiness of the days' pride teach those who do not '
Hills Phone WO 4-2881 Starkeor day absent, Billy Ormsbee. All activities. Don W. Pelham of Lees- know. Let those who do not know /

tnese awards were presented by burg, will serve as master of cere- decide that with their desire to on' :
IX CINEMASCOPE 728 E. University principal Earl Cherry. monies. The program will begin at improve their surroundings and : I

Cartoonllh All Program.. Phone 6-3238 Gainesville Mrs. Evelyn Zoph, music Instructor 12 neon in the school auditorium. the help of God-their lawn and \_ /1
20 Years Experience"iiji'tTfj presented letters of Dinner will be served at 1 p. m. yard shall tell passers-by that- f
achievement to Susan Bass Sandra Take part in the platform speech-,-People who care live here."

Beckham, Reba Games Maxine cs. greasy pole climbing race, CHURCH NEWSMt. 1"
I Jones Ellen McElveen Kathy tc Plant City vs. Hawthorne. : Zion A.M.E.: Church Lawtey

Miner Kathy Ridaught, Dolores Baseball game at 2:30: p. m. Af- Rev. W. L. Richardson. pastor ,I MAKE YOUR HOME fifI

f< Pridgeon. Dot Price Kathy Sip- 'fernoon matinee dance 4 p. m, in will celebrate annual HomecomingJune I : J',
Dr!lle. Myrtle Ridaught. Jessanna the school cafetorium. Every- 20-21. The Sadie Hawkinsrace ACOOLPARADISEAir
Terre and Hene Strickland. thing free and prepared for your will be held on the church
Mrs. Marian Jannetides, commercial enjoyment. Chester Shell, general grounds at 4 p. m.. Saturday. conditioning units or modern home .

with personalized atten- teacher presented typingI "hairman. at 5 p. m. Church Bazzar all day ventilating fans cost surprisingly little.. '
: awards to Sandra Ridaught Qualifying Examination Everyone can enter the sick race You see, electricity is still the biggest I'
tion to Evelyn O'Stecn Pat Forsythe, Wednesday of last week Rev. until 10 p. m.
your banking bargain in your budget!
Lynelle McGee, and Winslow and Mrs. Alphonse Jenkins Sr. Sunday the following order of .

needs. Fredrickson and Typing II awardsto journeyed to Atlanta, Ga. to take service will be observed: Sunday .
Gloria Morris and Myrtle Rid- their daughter Joan Jenkins to School 10 a. m. Supt. Linwood .
aught. She also presented Short- take the entrance examinationfor Crawford in charge. Rev. Allen .
hand awards to Myrtle Ridaught, nursing school at Grady Hc- Scott will deliver the sermon .at .
So many of life's perplexing problemsare Edith Hall, and Gloria Morris. ;pital there. She graduated from 11 :30 a. m. Dinner will be served .. . . . . . . . . .. .. .

bookmobile Serves Melrose RJE this term as salutatorian of rn the grounds at 1:30 p. m. Surprise .
concerned with need for ready cash. With school closed and the facilities her class. She has had some prac- musical and dramatic program .. .....-', I

When of the Melrose High School tical nursing experience at Tyus at 3:30: p. m. Outstandingtalent ROOMIKfK :
such a need arises in life il :
:your I
library no longer opened to the Nursing Home. We hope Joan will from all over the state

we hope you will think of this bank students they will be happy that be accepted as a candidate for Ijnwood Crawford in charge. \.' cost juit. .t peanies*.r axxUboz,a day tooperate. a .
they are now able to borrow books R. N. this fall. Evening service will begin at 6:30p. : S
FIRST as the place to borrow ,moneyat from the Alachua County Book- Summer Graduate Study m. The feature will be a battle r .'. thinner 1ntgUedfiusl1OwaUL, smaller can b 9 II

Tiobile. Mrs. Irene C. Jelson teacher of cf songs for the crowning of the &, .. .
reasonable rates and on convenient The bookmobile visited Melrose Special Education RJE will studyat best singers. 4
*he first and third weeks of each Florida A & M University this Antioch Baptist Church .

term month on Thursday afternoon. summer.. She expects to complete Rev George W. Lee, Sr. pastor : .: :
from 1 p. m. until 4 p. m. It is :all requirements for the master held regular services on Sunday .. ,
parked in front of Robinson's rrf science with a major in education starting with Sunday School Don't taut'tUyour
TEE KEYSTONE{ STATE BANK' Grocery. This service is freee for for the mentally ,retarded Supt. aClarance Williams in : igLE haute runtatemperatun
\lachua County residents; Put- pupils. She will enter on June charge. The.morning message was '
nam County residents pay $2 per 15, awarding of degrees will take delivered by the pastor. Evening !

.\ Frat urll} Hank in a Friendly Community year cr $1 from June until No- place early in August. worship was'held at 6 p. m. pastor .
vmber. Elmer R. Shell will.attend the ,in ch rge. The choir is on vacation r t'J

Keystone Heights, Fla By no means limited to children University of Indiana majoringin until September. Sis.,Arata I I... SSIIISIIIISIIIIS., ... f j4
adults and small fry both guidance and administration. Williams, reporter. .
Member F.D.I.C. will fird a wide assortment of He has done graduate study at Ehnmer Baptist Church I ..VruINTTN: 7,

.. books. Persons under 21, en their A and M in curriculum constructional Rev. IE. D.. Robinson, pastor
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